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Nov. 13

Univ. of Science and Arts (Okla.)

HAMMOND

7 p.m.

Nov. 16

Florida Atlantic

HAMMOND

7:45 p.m.

Nov. 19

at Mississippi State

Starkville, Miss.

7 p.m.

Nov. 24

Jacksonville State

HAMMOND

7 p.m.

Nov. 28

Millsaps College

HAMMOND

12:45 p.m.

Dec. 1

Spring Hill College

HAMMOND

5:30 p.m.

Dec. 5

at Jackson State

Jackson, Miss.

3 p.m.

Dec. 14

at LSU

Baton Rouge, La.

7 p.m.

Dec. 16

Southern

HAMMOND

7 p.m.

Dec. 19

vs Texas Southern [1]

Fort Worth, Texas

5 p.m.

Dec. 22

at North Texas

Denton, Texas

7 p.m.

Jan. 2

William Carey

HAMMOND

3 p.m.

Jan. 5

at Nebraska

Lincoln, Neb.

7 p.m.

Jan. 9

Lamar *

HAMMOND

3 p.m.

Jan. 13

at Northwestern State *

Natchitoches, La.

7 p.m.

Jan. 16

Sam Houston State *

HAMMOND

3 p.m.

Jan. 20

at McNeese State *

Lake Charles, La.

7 p.m.

Jan. 23

at Stephen F. Austin *

Nacogdoches, Texas

6 p.m.

Jan. 27

Central Arkansas *

HAMMOND

7 p.m.

Jan. 30

at Nicholls State *

Thibodaux, La.

2 p.m.

Feb. 3

Texas State *

HAMMOND

7 p.m.

Feb. 6

at UTSA *

San Antonio, Texas

2 p.m.

Feb. 13

Nicholls State *

HAMMOND

3 p.m.

Feb. 17

at UT Arlington *

Arlington, Texas

7 p.m.

Feb. 20

Stephen F. Austin *

HAMMOND

3 p.m.

Feb. 24

at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi *

Corpus Christi, Texas

7 p.m.

Feb. 27

at Central Arkansas *

Conway, Ark.

4 p.m.

Mar. 3

McNeese State *

HAMMOND

7:30 p.m.

Mar. 6

Northwestern State *

HAMMOND

12 p.m.

Mar. 10-13 Southland Conference Tournament

Katy, Texas

All times are CENTRAL and subject to change Home games in bold at University Center * Southland Conference game [1] - Robert Hughes Classic

TBA


Table of Contents University Information

Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Southeastern Louisiana University Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hammond, La. Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1925 Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15,224 Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lions Colors . . . . . . . . . . Green (PMS 3425) and Gold (PMS 124) Affiliation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA Division I Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Southland (SLC) Home Arena . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . University Center Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,500 Athletic Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.LionSports.net University Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.selu.edu

University Administration

President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. John Crain Director of Athletics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bart Bellairs NCAA Faculty Representative . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Joe Morris Associate AD/Compliance/SWA . . . . Sherry Kennemer Associate AD/External Affairs . . . . . . David Litchenstein Assistant AD/Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . Andrew Bechac Assistant AD/Media Relations . . . . . . . . . Matt Sullivan Assistant AD/Academic Affairs . . . . . . . . Hope Williams Assistant AD/Community Service . . . Tyronee Williams Assistant to AD/Academic Liaison . . . . . . Chris Bentley Interim Director of Athletic Training . . . Cary Berthelot University Center Director . . . . . . . . . . . . Duane Shafer Administrative Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . Anna Woodall Administrative Coordinator . . . . . . . . . . . . . Linda Alford Business Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tecla Schillage Ticket Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Leslie Rolling Athletic Department Number . . . . . . . . (985) 549-2253

2009-10 Schedule. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IFC Table of Contents, Quick Facts. . . . . . . . . . . 1 This is Southeastern. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5 Prominent Alumni. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Academic All-Americans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Athletic Facilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9 Sports Medicine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Strength and Conditioning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Academic Success. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 CHAMPS/Lifeskills. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Athletic History. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-15 2005 NCAA Championships. . . . . . . . . . 16-17 University Administration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Athletics Administration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 2009-10 Outlook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-22 Roster, Team Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Player Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-33 Patrick Sullivan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Robert Tibbs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Damon Forest. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 David Ndoumba . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Stephen Burches. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Brandon Fortenberry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 DeShawn Patterson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Gary Dixon/Trent Hutchin. . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Rodney Jones/Jason Marks. . . . . . . . . . . 32 Roosevelt Johnson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Head Coach Jim Yarbrough. . . . . . . . . . 35-37 Associate Head Coach Roman Banks . . . . . . 38

Assistant Coach Larry Cordaro. . . . . . . . . . . 39 Assistant Coach Alex Hausladen. . . . . . . . . . 40 Basketball Support Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . 40-41 2008-09 Final Statistics/Results. . . . . . . . . . 42 Team Game-by-Game. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Individual Game-by-Game. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Individual/Team Superlatives. . . . . . . . . . . . 45 2008-09 Southland Standings/Statistics . . . . 46 2008-09 Southland Individual Statistics . . . . 47 2009-10 Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48-53 Lion Basketball History. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Individual Single-Game Highs . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Team Single-Game Highs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Individual Season Highs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Career Leaders. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Year-by-Year Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 University Center Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Coaching Records Year-by-Year . . . . . . . . . . 61 All-Time Honors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Year-by-Year Results. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63-68 All-Time Record versus Opponents. . . . . . . . 69 All-Time Letterwinners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Department Directory. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 Southeastern Athletic Association. . . . . . . . . 72 The Hardwood Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Media Policies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Media Outlets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Radio/TV Chart. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IBC

Coaching Information

Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jim Yarbrough Alma Mater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Florida State, 1987 Record at School (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62-56 (4) Career Record (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159-98 (9) Associate Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Roman Banks, Assistant Coaches . . . . . . . Larry Cordaro, Alex Hausladen Basketball Athletic Trainer . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nate Borget Basketball Secretary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Judy Meyers Basketball Athletic Trainer . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nate Borget Basketball Office Number . . . . . . . . . . . (985) 549-3744 Basketball Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (985) 549-3603 Final 2008-09 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-17 Southland Record (Finish) . . . . . . . . . 7-9 (3rd in East) Letterwinners Returning/Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8/4 Starters Returning/Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3/2 Newcomers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

Media Relations

Asst. AD/Media Relations (Contact) . . . . Matt Sullivan Office Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (985) 549-2142 Mobile Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (985) 981-0009 E-Mail Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . rsullivan@selu.edu Associate Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kemmler Chapple Office Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (985) 549-3221 E-Mail Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . kchapple@selu.edu Office Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (985) 549-3773 Press Row Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (985) 549-2326 Mailing Address . . . . . . . . Southeastern Media Relations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SLU 10309 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hammond, LA 70402 Overnight Address . . . . . . Southeastern Media Relations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dugas Center for Southeastern Athletics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800 Galloway Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hammond, LA 70402

Credits

The 2009-10 Southeastern Men’s Basketball Media Guide is a production of the Southeastern Sports Information Office under the direction of Matt Sullivan, Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations. Written, edited and designed by Sullivan. Additional writing and editorial assistance provided by Associate Director for Media Relations Kemmler Chapple and student assistants Chris Mycoskie, Mary Gervais and Michael Thompson. Photography by Randy Bergeron of the Southeastern Office of Public Information. Special thanks to the College of Charleston Office of Media Relations and the Harlem Globetrotters. Printing by Champion Graphics, Baton Rouge, La.

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament




This Is Southeastern

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outheastern is the third largest university in Louisiana, offering 70 undergraduate and graduate degree programs that are nationally accredited. Southeastern now offers five new post-graduate degree programs, including the university’s first doctoral program in Educational Leadership and unique master’s degree programs in Integrated Science and Technology, Organizational Communication, Applied Sociology, and the Master of Arts in Teaching. Our classes are small in size, interaction is high, and faculty, not graduate students, teach 99 percent of our classes. Southeastern also is one of the major providers of distance education among state universities. Our main campus and satellite centers in Baton Rouge and St. Tammany and Livingston parishes are equipped to handle 

e-learning activities, and students have access to computer labs in classroom buildings, residence halls, the War Memorial Student Union and the Sims Memorial Library. A Student Help Desk is available by phone, and Student Productivity Services allows students to check out laptops, external drives, digital cameras, and other equipment. The Southeastern Channel, Southeastern’s education access cable channel operated in cooperation with Charter Communications and airing in several area parishes, offers original programming and telecourses that can be taken for college credit. Southeastern's Honors program offers an alternative academic track in all departments and majors, and our Study Abroad program allows our students to explore the globe. Southeastern provides the opportunity for


University Quick Facts Founded 1925 Location Hammond, Louisiana (population 22,000). Located on the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain, 55 miles north of New Orleans and 45 miles east of Baton Rouge Enrollment 15,000 students representing 41 states and 64 countries Campus 365-acre campus with state-of-the-art residential, academic and athletic facilities Student to Faculty Ratio 27:1 Academic Programs Six Academic Colleges with 70 associate, baccalaureate, and graduate degree programs Accredited By the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the Associate, Baccalaureate, and Master's degree levels

all its students to be successful in whatever they choose to do. Internships, undergraduate research opportunities and service learning programs help prepare students with real-world learning experiences. Alumni of Southeastern are successful in all areas of business, government, and entertainment. Internationally and nationally recognized Southeastern alumni include ABC “Good Morning America� anchor Robin Roberts, U.S. Federal Judge James Brady, and Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Russell Carollo. Founded in 1925, Southeastern's campus and facilities have grown to meet the needs of its students in today's technological environment. In recent years, Southeastern has undergone a $140 million construction program that has transformed the campus, including new residential facilities, classroom and lab buildings, and a student activity center. Yet our campus still maintains its southern Louisiana charm, nestled in ancient oaks, pines, magnolias and camellias. Southeastern's Turtle Cove Environmental Research Center, located at Pass Manchac, offers students an ideal facility for wetlands research. In recent years, Southeastern has

received nearly $3 million in federal funds to enhance environmental research programs at the facility. Another important benefit provided by Southeastern is our textbook rental system. Southeastern is the only university in Louisiana, and one of just a few in the nation where you can rent, not buy, your textbooks. At Southeastern, you pay a small rental fee at the beginning of the semester, and simply return your books at the end. You will still have to purchase some paperbacks and workbooks, but you'll save a bundle in comparison to buying all your textbooks and then selling them back at a fraction of their cost. Southeastern provides a wide range of health services on campus. Southeastern's Health Center has full-time nurses Monday through Friday for minor incidents, and if your case is a bit more serious, physicians make "campus calls" every afternoon to diagnose and treat minor illnesses. Our Counseling Center provides individual or group counseling to help our students to get back up when stressful times in college or life in general gets them down. Career Services provides career and educational counseling, help in choosing a 


University Degree Programs Undergraduate Programs College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

Art Communication Criminal Justice Cultural Resource Management English French History Liberal Arts Studies Music Political Science Psychology Sociology Spanish

College of Business Accounting Business Administration Finance Management Marketing

major and finding a job. Southeastern's intramural and recreation program includes activities from group fitness programs to flag football. Tennis courts, a swimming pool and Southeastern's new 85,000 square foot facility, the Claude B. Pennington Jr. Student Activity Center, also provide students plenty of other opportunities to stay fit and healthy. With more then 80 organizations, every Southeastern student can find a niche. Our school newspaper, The Lion’s Roar, and our yearbook, Le Souvenir, welcome students interested in journalism. KSLU, Southeastern's radio station and the Southeastern Channel provide experience for students who want to go on the air, just for fun or for on-the-job-training. Dynamic organizations such as the Campus Activities Board and Residential Services sponsor fun events like Gumbo YaYa serving up tons of gumbo in the fall. Homecoming in October is a weeklong celebration full of zany student fun and games, a huge bonfire and spirited parade. When strawberries ripen in local fields, the sweetest and juiciest star in their own "Strawberry Jubilee," which also includes cool games, hot bands, and free eats like red beans and rice and the biggest strawberry cake you've ever seen. 

College of Education and Human Development Art Education Early Childhood Education (Pre K-3) Elementary Education (1-5) Health and Physical Education Family and Consumer Sciences Music Education Secondary Education (6-12) English Education French Education Health and Physical Education Mathematics Education Science Education Social Studies Education Spanish Education Speech Education Social Work Special Education Mild/Moderate Disabilities College of Nursing and Health Sciences Athletic Training Communication Sciences & Disorders Health Education and Promotion Health Studies Kinesiology Nursing


College of Science and Technology Biological Sciences Chemistry Computer Science Horticulture Industrial Technology Mathematics Physics Division of General Studies General Studies Master’s Programs Applied Sociology Biology Business Administration Communication Science & Disorders Education Counselor Education Curriculum Instruction Educational Leadership Special Education Teaching, Early Interventionist Teaching, Elementary Education English Health and Kinesiology History Integrated Science and Technology Music Nursing Organizational Communications Psychology

Fanfare, Southeastern's annual arts festival, opens the year-long season of the Columbia Theatre for the Performing Arts, our beautifully renovated historic theater in downtown Hammond. Fanfare and the Columbia enhance the quality of life in the north shore region by offering some of the best in dance, exhibits, films, jazz, lectures, music and theater. Featured artists have included world-renowned celebrities such as poet-actress-author Maya Angelou, actor James Earl Jones, astronaut James Lovell, and the legendary Pete Fountain, as well as our own talented students and faculty. Students also have the opportunity to hear the best and brightest new musicians, artists and actors from all over the world for free, or at specially discounted student prices.

Campus Living

Campus living is convenient, smart and fun! Southeastern students have the opportunity to meet and mingle with people of different backgrounds, interests, ideas, experiences, and goals. Southeastern's campus provides dining halls, library, bookstore, health center, swimming pool, tennis courts, student activity center and a student union with a game room, snack bars, and post office. In fall 2005, the university opened the final phase of our $55 million housing program for students that features eight new state-of-the-art residence halls. All housing on campus, including the apartment-style Southeastern Oaks and the Village, features the amenities today’s students seek such as privacy, cable TV, and wireless Internet.

Ph.D. Program Educational Leadership

With its School of Nursing located in Baton Rouge and satellite campuses in Walker and Mandeville, Southeastern continues its mission of improving the level of education and quality of life for the citizens of the Florida Parishes. Through each center’s programs, adults and children will attain long-term economic benefits associated with improved education; become more comfortable with reading, writing, math, science, and technology; and become better informed on environmental issues in modern society.




Robin Roberts ‘83 (left), a standout in women's basketball at Southeastern before assuming a career in television that has included spots on ESPN and as co-host of ABC’s Good Morning America, was one of seven former NCAA student-athletes who were named recipients of the 2008 NCAA Silver Anniversary Award at the 43rd annual NCAA Honors Celebration in Nashville.

Prominent Alumni The reputation and strength of a university are frequently reflected in its graduates, successful alumni who have built on the foundations provided by a university like Southeastern. Our graduates – more than 50,000 located in every state in the nation and around the world – have earned positions of leadership in the fields of business, government, entertainment, education, science and the arts.



Christine Amertil

James Brady

Russell Carollo

Willie Amakye ‘86 - A former 800-meter national record holder for Ghana and a two-time Olympian. Pursued an acting career with movie roles in Amistad, Congo, Kicking and Screaming and TV appearances in X-Files, JAG, 227 and According to Jim Christine Amertil '00 - Three-time Olympian for her native Bahamas, finished seventh in the 400-meter dash at the 2004 Athens Games. Dr. Fanancy Anzalone ‘77 - Retired in 2006 as one of the United States Navy's top medical administrators. Is now the Miami Area Medical Administrator for American Airlines, overseeing more than 9,000 employees in an area that encompasses the eastern U.S., Caribbean, and Central and South America. Coletta Barrett ‘91 - Vice president of policy development and research for the Louisiana Hospital Association. Steve Bellas ‘70 - Has worked extensively in both radio and television for over 30 years. His stories have aired on CNN, NBC, and the BBC.

Bill Evans

Albert Kuhn

Vic Biazis ‘81 - President of Wisdom Global Adhesives Group, a worldwide industrial adhesives sales organization. James Brady ‘66 - United States District Judge and former vice chairman and chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee. Kirk Bullinger ‘92 - Spent 14 years in professional baseball with stints with Major League teams Montreal, Boston, Philadelphia and Houston. Paul Candies ‘62 - President and Chief Operating Officer of Otto Candies, LLC of Des Allemands, La. Russell Carollo ‘80 - Pulitzer Prize Winning Author and recipient of the Gerald R. Ford Prize for Distinguished Reporting on the National Defense, and the Society of Professional Journalists' national award for investigative reporting. Andre Coudrain ‘79 - Board member of the University of Louisiana System, the governing board of Southeastern and the largest university system in Louisiana. Is the Hammond city attorney and serves as the chief legal advisor to the mayor of Hammond.


Dr. John L. Crain ‘83 - Current President of Southeastern Louisiana University. Hugh Doss ‘64 - Chairman of the Board of Renal South and president/CEO of HDC Medical, Inc. Bill Evans ‘50 - Recorded more than 70 albums, won seven Grammy Awards and earned an international following as a jazz musician. Calvin Fayard ‘65 - Attorney, key role in leading the litigation team in the Combustion, Inc. environmental class action suit. The precedent-setting suit was settled on behalf of more than 10,000 Livingston Parish residents. Mayson Foster - Current Mayor of Hammond. Retired as president and chief operating office at Citizens National Bank in 1997. Served in leadership positions with Hancock Bank and Parish National Bank. Bob Fresneda - Managing Director for ReadSoft North America, a document automation software company whose global headquarters are in Sweden. John Fred Gourrier - Co-wrote "Judy in Disguise", a parody of The Beatles song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds". The song became enormously successful, ironically knocking another Beatles song ("Hello, Goodbye") out of the No. 1 chart position on the Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks in January 1968. William J. Handal ‘74 - Minister of Finance for the Republic of El Salvador. Distinguished himself in the business world with a long time career with Taca International Airlines. Dr. Nancy Douglas Joyner ‘67 - Dean, Lutheran College Washington Semester in Arlington, Va. Dr. John Kenelly ‘57 - Professor of Mathematics at Clemson University. Known nationally for his interest in using technology to revitalize mathematics instruction. Billy Kennedy ‘86 - Guided Southeastern to the 2005 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships, currently the head coach at Murray State University. Albert Kuhn ‘65 - Vice President at IBM, heads IBM’s Global Delivery Project, a $4 billion, five-year information technology out-tasking program between the IBM and American Express. Nate Lofton - Currently playing basketball with the Harlem Globetrotters, led Southeastern to the 2005 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships. Bob Odom ‘57 - Former Louisiana Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry, who served from 1980-2008. Now in the private sector, operates a consulting company to work with farmers on a statewide and national basis Charles O'Drobinak ‘53 - Rose through the ranks to become a member of the top policy board of national accounting giant Price Waterhouse. Woody Oge ‘67 - Site director for Avondale Operations, a division of Northrop Grumman Ship Systems. Dr. Clea Parker ‘48 - Ninth President of Southeastern Louisiana University John Pieno, Jr. ‘62 - Chairman of the Florida Sterling Council since its inception in 1992. A retired Navy Captain, former Secretary of the Department of Administration, has worked as an executive in the defense industry, and as a Washington congressional liaison.

Academic All-Americans

Nina Knavs

Vladimir Paunic

Former Southeastern softball player Brooke Lockhart (pictured with former Southeastern President Randy Moffett during the University’s Spring 2008 Commencement Ceremony) is one of 11 Southeastern student-athletes to be named to the ESPN the Magazine/College Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-America Team. Lockhart, a native of Christchurch, N.Z., was a third-team selection in 2008 and was joined by men’s tennis performer Vladimir Paunic and women’s tennis standout Nina Knavs who were each third-team selections on the At-Large squad. Lockhart is the first representative from the Southeastern softball program since Tara Maus claimed Academic All-America honors 1991 and 1992. Paunic is the first men’s tennis player to receive Academic All-America honors since two-time recipient Ola Fjellstrom in 1990-91 while Knavs is the first women’s player since Renata Smekalova to earn Academic All-America honors. Southeastern Academic All-Americans Haken Bennhage Men’s Tennis Brett Bergeron Men’s Golf Janice Ezegbunum Women’s Track and Field Ola Fjellstrom Men’s Tennis Steve Grigas Men’s Basketball Mikael Jonsson Men’s Tennis Nina Knavs Women’s Tennis Brooke Lockhart Softball Tara Maus Softball Vladimir Paunic Men’s Tennis Renata Smekalova Women’s Tennis

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Athletic Facilities I

f you happen to enter the Southeastern Louisiana University campus from the west, you can’t help but notice the Lions’ trademark athletic facility dominating the horizon. Southeastern’s multi-purpose University Center provides an impressive home for Lions and Lady Lions basketball as well as the volleyball squad. Built in 1982 at a cost of $16.3 million, the UC has seating capacity for 7,500 and hosts many other functions including Southeastern’s commencement, a variety of concerts and community events, and the circus. For home basketball games, there’s no denying the electric atmosphere in “The Jungle.” The Lions baseball team is fortunate to play in one of the finest collegiate parks in the region at Pat Kenelly Diamond in stately Alumni Field. Named for all Southeastern Louisiana alumni as well as long-time coach Pat Kenelly, 

the park holds over 3,000 and is the culmination of several years and $750,000 worth of improvements completely funded by the SLU Booster Club (now known as the Southeastern Athletics Association). Nestled amongst soaring pines, Alumni Field is enclosed by a twotier fence and includes state-of-the-art lighting, an inning-by-inning scoreboard with message center, field-level box seating and a fully-functional press and radio box. As far as history goes, almost no place on campus can claim as much as hallowed Strawberry Stadium. Built in 1937 the venerable 7,408-seat stadium is the home of the Southeastern gridiron and track and field squads. The field was renovated in 2003 with the installation of a new state-of-the art synthetic surface called Sprinturf. Other upgrades including a revamped visitor’s locker room and across the board aesthetic improvements. Coming on line for the 2008 season will be

a new press box with club seats and suites available. Boasting the same surface used for the 1992 U.S. Olympic Trials in New Orleans, the Lions and Lady Lions track and field squad trains in an outstanding facility which recently underwent over $250,000 in improvements. Across campus, the Southeastern Soccer Complex has seen improvements as well. Home to the 1998 and ‘99, 2002 and 2003 Southland Conference champions, a new fence, scoreboard and field improvements were added and continue to make the complex one of the finest in the south. Part of the beautiful North Oak Park recreation complex, Southeastern’s lighted softball field continues to improve each year. Under the guidance of head coach Pete Langlois, new dugouts have been added, lights installed and stadium seating capacity increased in his tenure. Prior to the start of the 2005 season,


a new press box and operations center was added and the Lady Lions hosted the 2005 Southland Conference tournament for the first time. Soccer and softball also share the recently renovated North Campus facility, which provides each sport with its own spacious locker room, coaches offices and indoor facility. Through the ambitious efforts of golf coach Tim Baldwin, Southeastern has an agreement with Carter Plantation - one of the top new courses in the state - and the Lions have a first-class practice and playing facility to utilize. The Southeastern tennis courts located just north of the heart of the SLU campus continue to improve as well. New nets and scoreboards were installed and court resurfacing added to the Lions and Lady Lions impressive eightcourt facility. Southeastern coaches and staff along with the football locker room reside in the Dugas Center for Athletics located adjacent to the south end of Strawberry Stadium. The facility, built in 1971, houses offices for administrative staff, as well as football, tennis, baseball and golf. Recent renovations provided space for the Lions’ new programs and staff as well as provided new office and locker room space for baseball.

Strawberry Stadium

Southeastern Tennis Courts

Southeastern Soccer Complex

North Oak Park

Pat Kenelly Diamond at Alumni Field 


Athletic Training

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nder the direction of head athletic trainer Tony Trombetta, the Sports Medicine program at Southeastern is at the forefront of athletic training in the state and region. Trombetta and his staff rely on numerous methods in first preventing injuries and are well-equipped in handling them when they do occur. Through a diligent preventative maintenance program, Trombetta’s staff helps to limit injuries through pre-participation physical exams, preventative maintenance rehab programs, taping, bracing and padding and education. When injuries happen to occur, the staff quickly evaluates, diagnoses, and provides care for those injuries with the best interest of the student-athlete in mind. The goal when an injury occurs is to return the student-athlete to his or her previous playing level as quickly and as safely as possible. Southeastern also utilizes a dedicated staff 10

of physicians in various specialties along with other health care professionals many of who donate their time to provide the highest level of care for Lion student-athletes. Southeastern also sports one of the few nationally accredited undergraduate athletic training programs in the state providing student athletic trainers both classroom and onthe-job experience to prepare for a career in sports medicine. The main athletic training facility is located on the second floor of the Dugas Center for

Tony Trombetta

Meghan Campbell

Southeastern Athletics and is equipped with a wide variety of evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation equipment. Other venues are located in the University Center (for basketball and volleyball) and North Campus (for soccer and softball)

Nate Borget

Laura Shelton


Sport Performance

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he mission of the Sport Performance Department is to help each athlete be the best competitor that he/she can be in their sport, as opposed to making them into a body builder, power lifter or Olympic lifter. The Sport Performance department, under the direction of Scott Reeves, will create programs designed to develop the athletes physical attributes to meet the specific demands of their sport. Success of the program will be measured by a battery of tests specific to the goals of the program, and by performance in competition. PHILOSOPHY POWER, LOVE AND SELF-DISCIPLINE These principles describe the spirit of the Southeastern Sport Performance Program. We strive to help student-athletes reach their fullest potential through hard work. Proper training methods and great effort can lead to outstanding achievement. Artificial methods of attaining strength, such as the use of performance enhancement substances will not be advocated or tolerated.

We have one rule: ALWAYS BE POSITIVE!! No matter what circumstances life brings your way, deal with it in an adult manner and go on (FIDO – Forget It Drive On). No matter what the sport performance staff asks of you, do it with maximum effort! GOALS OF THE PROGRAM 1. Positive experiences by our student-athletes in developing athletic attributes, toughness, discipline, and character. 2. Respect by our student-athletes for the Sport Performance Program. 3. WINNING - Putting the physical/mental attributes developed through the Sport Performance Program to use in competition. POLICIES & PROCEDURES 1. Southeastern Student Athletes Only 2. Always Be Positive - Encourage Your Teammates! 3. On Time Is Five Minutes Early - No Excuses 4. Dress As A Team - No Other School Gear 5. Bring Focus and Intensity To Each Workout - Have A Championship Attitude 6. No Jewelry, Ear Phones, Cell Phones, Tobacco, Food/Drink, Toothpicks Or Sunflower Seeds 7. No Sitting Or Horseplay - Work Hard

8. Clean Up After Yourself and Your Teammates 9. Be Coachable - We Desire To Make You The Best You Can Be. OUR MOTTO "Injured Is When You Have No Arms and Legs ... and Even Then You Can Still Do Neck and Abs."

Scott Reeves

Josh Miller

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Academic Success

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he Academic Center for Student Athletes is located on the west side of Strawberry Stadium and houses the academic support program for Southeastern studentathletes. The Center is Hope Williams a newly remodeled 3,000 square foot facility equipped with a computer lab, tutor rooms, quiet study area as well as offices for academic support staff. The Center was partially funded by a grant from the NCAA and is the academic home of Lion Athletics. Under the direction of Hope D. Williams, Assistant Athletic Director for Academic Affairs, the academic support program is designed to assist student-athletes through their academic/ athletic career at Southeastern Louisiana University. Student-athletes participate in a comprehensive program which includes academic mentoring, tutoring, academic monitoring, and structured study hall. Williams and her staff work with faculty, coaches, and cam12

pus departments to ensure that the studentathletes reach their academic goals. Academic Training Camp Motto: “Providing Academic Support to the Whole Student-Athlete� Academic Training Camp is a comprehensive academic support program for all student-athletes designed to provide academic support services based on the individual needs of each student-athlete. With a goal of classroom excellence, Academic Training Camp provides support for the whole student athlete. The ultimate goal is for each Southeastern studentathlete to graduate with an undergraduate degree of their choice and become a productive citizen in our society.

Veronica Ennis

Caroline Roy

Janae Sheldon


CHAMPS/Lifeskills

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he mission of the NCAA is to maintain intercollegiate athletics as an integral part of the campus educational program and the student-athlete as an integral part of the student body. With this in mind, the CHAMPS/Life Skills Program was created to support the studentathlete development initiatives of NCAA member institutions and to enhance the quality of the student-athlete experience within the context of higher education. Chris Bentley Under the direction of Chris Bentley, Assistant to the AD/Lifeskills and Academic Liaison, Southeastern is one of 108 schools in the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) currently participating in the CHAMPS/Lifeskills Program Participating members in the CHAMPS/Life Skills Program are provided with sample materials and supplemental resources which support a student-athlete's development in five

areas: academics, athletics, personal development, career development and community service. In the process of achieving this mission, the CHAMPS/Life Skills Program will:

• Encourage the development of character, integrity and leadership skills.

• Promote student-athletes' ownership of their academic, athletic, career, personal and community responsibilities. • Meet the changing needs of student-athletes. • Promote respect for diversity and inclusion among student-athletes. • Assist student-athletes in identifying and applying transferable skills. • Enhance partnerships between the NCAA, member institutions and their communities for the purpose of education. • Foster an environment that encourages student-athletes to effectively access campus resources. 13


Athletic History

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outheastern Louisiana University’s storied athletic history dates back over three-quarters of a century. Now, 15 intercollegiate sports strong, with nearly 330 student-athletes, the Lions are set to enter their 12th year of Southland Conference membership poised for academic and competitive growth into the next century. Southeastern Louisiana University Athletics competes at the Division I level as a member of the NCAA and the Southland Conference (SLC) and sponsors 15 varsity teams - eight women’s and seven men’s. For women, Southeastern sponsors soccer, volleyball, cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field, basketball, softball and tennis. Men’s athletics sponsored are football, basketball, baseball, golf, cross country and indoor and outdoor track and field. Since joining the Southland Conference in the 1997-98 year, Southeastern has won 21 conference championships, including women’s soccer, women’s tennis and men’s outdoor track and field in just the past two years. Southeastern’s athletic history has many notable chapters including winning national championships in men’s outdoor track in 1975 and women’s basketball in 1976-77. 14

Southeastern’s 1954 undefeated football team is well remembered as one of the finest in the school’s 60-year gridiron annals, and many former football players have gone on to distinguished careers in the NFL. The 1975 baseball team had a glorious year when they advanced to the Division II College World Series, finishing third in the nation. Today, Southeastern strives to be the best among its peers in the SLC and sister institutions in the proud state of Louisiana. It has posted its best marks in the Men’s All Sports Standings, winning the trophy for the first time after the 2008-09 year, and has led all Louisiana institutions in the Commissioners’ Cup standings the past three years. Southland Conference championships offer Southeastern automatic bids to NCAA postseason play in men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, volleyball, softball, women’s soccer and men’s golf. The school has earned five berths since joining the league, with the latest coming in 2009 with the women's soccer team claiming its first-ever berth in the NCAA Championships. Southeastern also made its mark in postseason NCAA Championship competition, with

the golf team placing 23rd in the nation in 1998’s championship tournament, along with qualifying four golfers for the NCAA championship tournament four times and advancing to the NCAA regionals in 2000 and 2007; with the baseball team playing in two NCAA championship regionals in the 1990s; qualifying numerous individuals for the NCAA Championship indoor and outdoor track meets and advancing student-athletes in cross country. Southeastern student-athletes have been named All-Americans in golf and men’s and women’s track and field, and have garnered numerous award in the Southland and the state of Louisiana. Southeastern student-athletes have also earned Academic All-American recognition; most recently in softball, while four individuals were named the Southland Conference Student-Athlete of the Year in the 2007-08 Academic Year.


ALL-TIME CONFERENCE/NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Football (7) 1946 1952 1953 1954 1956 1960 1961

Baseball (11) 1953 1955 1957 1962 1963 1965 1966 1976 1992 1993 1994

Louisiana Intercollegiate Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf South Trans America Athletic Trans America Athletic West Trans America Athletic

Women’s Basketball (2) 1976-77 2005-06 2008-00

Softball (1) 1994

AIAW National Champions Southland (East) Southland (East)

Golf (7) 1973 1974 1978 1992 1994 1998 2000

Gulf South Gulf South Gulf South Trans America Athletic Trans America Athletic Southland Southland

Men’s Basketball (7) 1953-54 1972-73 1984-85 1994-95 2003-04 2004-05 2005

Soccer (6) 1998 1999 2002 2003 2006 2009

Gulf States Gulf States Gulf Star Trans America Athletic West Southland Southland Southland Tournament Southland Tournament Southland Southland Southland Southland Southland Tournament

Men’s Cross Country (1) Trans America Athletic West

1973

Men’s Tennis (4) 1954 1966 1987 2006

Gulf States Gulf States Gulf Star Southland

Women’s Tennis (7) 1993 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008

Volleyball (4) 1993 1994 1995 1996

Trans America Athletic Southland Tournament Southland Southland Tournament Southland Southland Tournament Southland

Trans America Athletic West Trans America Athletic West Trans America Athletic West Trans America Athletic West

Men’s Track and Field (4) 1972 1973 1975 1975 2009

Gulf South Gulf South Gulf South NAIA National Champions Southland Outdoor

Gulf South

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2005 Southland Champions 2005 NCAA Participants

Front Row: Chris Lee, Justin Edwards, Jonathan Walker, Nate Lofton, Leonard Harden, Ricky Woods, Thomas Woods. Back Row: Eric Lefort, Tom Taylor, Steve Prohm, Billy Kennedy, Cavin Payton, Micheal Cyprien, Neill Berry, Terry Bryant, Scott Roniger, Jonathan Patton, Dee Gadsden, Gerald Lewis, Roman Banks, Landon Thomas, Dean Mannina.

It was a long time coming. For over 20 years Southeastern Louisiana’s basketball team was one of the others, a mere footnote on the national collegiate basketball radar. The Lions were one of only a small percentage of Division I men’s basketball-playing institutions never to have made an appearance in the NCAA Tournament. But all that changed on Sunday, March 13, after the Lions claimed what many would consider as the biggest victory in the history of Southeastern Athletics, in any sport. Little did anyone realize the far-reaching, spirit-engaging effect that a 49-42 win over Northwestern State in the finals of the O’Reilly Auto Parts Southland Conference Tournament in front of a nationwide audience on ESPN2 would evoke. That one victory did not serve as merely the culmination of a season in which the Lions posted a school record for wins (24-9) or the first victory over the Demons in Natchitoches in 20 years, but more importantly put into motion a wheel of pride and enthusiasm that continues to churn. 16

Not only did claiming the conference tournament championship and the automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament put Southeastern Louisiana’s name in every newspaper, every day for roughly three weeks in the month of March (NCAA bracket) and into April, it evoked a feeling of unity, spirit and pride among alumni, student, faculty and staff that has not been seen at Southeastern in time out of mind. It created a fan-euphoria unlike any seen in the history of Southeastern Athletics. The Lions, for the first time in school history, were going to “The Big Dance.” Faithful fans who had suffered through lean years clamored for tickets to the 15th-seeded Lions first-round game in Oklahoma City against second seed Oklahoma State. On game day, fans watching on a monster-screen TV in the University Center cheered each Lion rally while others gathered in front of dorm or apartment TV’s or in local restaurants to watch history in the making. Dick Sharp, a former standout Southeastern player in the mid-50’s and the unconfirmed record holder for most Southeastern basketball games ever viewed by one individual, had this

to say regarding the Lions remarkable achievement. “I waited all my life it seems for that moment,” replied Sharp who is ranked in the career-top 10 in scoring. “I was actually just hoping they’d play well. Represent themselves and the University with pride. But they did more than that. They had a chance to win.” Southeastern was slated to play the early game of the tournament. It was an 11:30 a.m. sold out contest against the top-10 ranked Cowboys at the 18,500-seat Ford Center in Oklahoma City, just a stone’s throw (or roughly 60 miles) from the OSU campus in Stillwater. Didn’t quite make for a neutral site. But set against a sea of OSU fans sporting orange and white and fighting history, only four 15-seeds had ever had ever won in the history of the tournament, the Lions set out to make their mark. After falling behind early in the first half, 219, and having their top post player Nate Lofton on the bench in early foul trouble, the game took on the tone of becoming a blowout. But behind the perimeter play of Jonathan Patton,


LEFT: The final score says it all as Southeastern defeats Northwestern State - for the first time in Natchitoches in 20 years - in capturing its first Southland Conference Tournament championship and advancing to the NCAA Division I Basketball Championship. RIGHT: Southeastern fans in Oklahoma City cheer on the Lions

the Lions kept the game within single digits at intermission. Patton continually knocked down big shots in the opening period finishing with 15 points for the half and helping the Lions to a respectable 35-26 deficit at the break. After intermission, the Lions continued to claw even closer pulling to within three on two occasions and to within four, 51-47, with 4:07 remaining. In the second stanza, Ricky Woods picked up where Patton left off before the break, dominating the Cowboys with acrobatic drives to the rack and finishing with a team-high 16 points. Oklahoma State, which came in averaging over 70 percent as a team from the free throw line, went on a 12-3 run over the final four minutes hitting 9-of-10 from the stripe to close out the game along with the Lions’ upset hopes with a 63-50 final margin. But down the stretch run of the game, as butts of Southeastern fans everywhere crept inexorably closer to the edges of their respective seats, a different game was won. “The final score wasn’t indicative of how close OUR guys had it at the end. OUR guys played great. I didn’t realize OUR team was that good,” are just a few examples of the general statements uttered by Southeastern fans old and new alike. The key word, though, is OUR.

For in losing with dignity, those players and coaches created in everyone associated with Southeastern Louisiana University an overwhelming sense of pride and, more importantly, ownership. And it is in that newly created sense of ownership that the Lions claimed perhaps their biggest victory of all. For long after the final horn sounds in the 2005 NCAA Championship game, Southeastern fans will be talking about the time OUR team went to the Big Dance. OUR TEAM.

2005 NCAA Chicago Regional March 18, 2005 • First Round Oklahoma City, Okla. •  Ford Center No. 15 Southeastern Louisiana (24-9)

MIN FGM-A FTM-A REB AST PF PTS R. Woods 40 7-16 2-3 2 4 4 16 Bryant 36 1-4 0-0 0 1 3 2 Lee 31 2-4 0-0 3 0 2 5 Patton 30 6-10 1-1 1 1 3 15 Lofton 27 2-6 2-4 5 3 4 6 Roniger 8 0-1 0-0 0 0 2 0 T. Woods 7 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 0 Walker 13 1-1 2-2 3 0 4 4 Harden 8 1-2 0-0 5 0 0 2 TOTALS 20-45 7-10 19 10 22 50 (44.4%) (70.0%)   TURNOVERS: 17 (Bryant 4, Patton 2, Lofton 7, R. Woods 2, Lee 2). BLOCKED SHOTS: 2 (Lofton 1, R. Woods 1). STEALS: 12 (Walker 1, Bryant 3, Patton 2, Lofton 1, T. Woods 1, R. Woods 2, Roniger 1, Lee 1). 3-PT FGS: 3-10, .300 (Bryant 0-3, Patton 2-4, Roniger 0-1, Lee 1-2).

No. 2 Oklahoma State (25-6)

MIN FGM-A FTM-A REB AST PF PTS J. Graham 18 1-4 5-6 2 0 4 7 McFarlin 39 8-10 2-2 9 3 3 18 Lucas 38 3-8 4-4 1 1 1 12 Bobik 34 0-0 5-6 4 0 0 5 Curry 36 4-8 3-4 5 4 1 13 S. Graham 12 1-3 0-0 0 0 0 2 Crawford 23 1-4 4-7 5 5 4 6 TOTALS 18-37 23-29 26 13 13 63 (48.6%) (79.3%)   TURNOVERS: 17 (Crawford 2, McFarlin 2, J. Graham 4, Bobik 4, Lucas 2, Curry 3). BLOCKED SHOTS: 1 (McFarlin 1). STEALS: 11 (Crawford 4, McFarlin 1, Bobik 2, Lucas 3, Curry 1). 3-PT FGS: 4-7, .571 (S. Graham 0-1, Lucas 2-4, Curry 2-2). Technicals: None Officials: Jim Haney, Pat Evans, Terry Moore Attendance: 18,567

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Dr. Tammy Bourg Interim Provost & Vice President Academic Affairs

Dr. Marvin Yates Vice President Student Affairs

Stephen Smith

Vice President Administration & Finance

Wendy JohnsLauderdale

Dr. Joe Morris

VP for University Advancement

Faculty Athletic Representative

University Administration

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r. John L. Crain serves as Southeastern Louisiana University’s fourteenth President. After having served in an interim capacity since July of 2008, the University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors appointed him to the university’s highest post in February. Crain previously served as Provost, the university’s highest academic post, for seven years. His 22 years of experience on the Hammond campus includes head of the Department of Accounting, chair of the Council of Department Heads, president of the Faculty Senate, director of the Small Business Development Center, and 13 years as a full-time member of the accounting faculty. A Southeastern alumnus, Crain holds a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting, a Master of Business Administration and Certified Public Accountant status. He received his doctoral degree in accountancy from the University of Mississippi. During his tenure at Southeastern, he has 18

chaired or served as a member of over 50 university committees and councils. He is a member of numerous professional, academic and community organizations including the Louisiana Blue Ribbon Commission for Educational Excellence, the Statewide Council of Chief Academic Officers, the Lake Pontchartrain Maritime Museum Board of Directors and the Louisiana Children’s Discovery Museum Board of Directors.

Board of Supervisors for the University of Louisiana System Elsie Burkhalter, Chair Winfred Sibille, Vice Chair Wayne Parker, Parliamentarian Paul Aucoin Andre Coudrain Edward J. Crawford, III Dr. Mildred Gallot Gregory Hamer, Sr. E. Gerald Hebert Jeff Jenkins Renee Lapeyrolerie Jimmy Long, Sr. Russell Mosely Carl Shetler Dr. Eunice Smith Steven Jackson (student)


said. “My whole life I have spent time in college towns; growing up, as a coach, and as an administrator, and I have been blessed by living in some great places. When I started preparing for the interview I was very impressed with the campus and the attention Southeastern paid to supporting the students; but when I met the people -- the faculty, coaches, and members of the community – I wanted to be a part of it.” At Southeastern, Bellairs will oversee 15 NCAA Division I affiliated programs that compete in the Southland Conference. Since joining the Southland in 1997, the Lions have captured 21 regular-season or tournament championships, including four regular-season titles in women’s soccer, three in women’s tennis, two in men’s basketball and two in men’s golf. Southeastern also claimed the Southland Men’s All-Sports Trophy in 2008-09, highlighted by the 2009 Men’s Outdoor Track and Field champion-

Southern Conference Coach of the Year, the Virginia Coach of the Year and the “Sports Illustrated” Unknown Coach of the Year. Bellairs also served as assistant basketball coach at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va., from 1988 to 1993, where his teams saw one NCAA tournament appearance and five NIT appearances; as assistant basketball coach at the University of Massachusetts (1986-1988); assistant basketball coach at the University of Maryland (1984-1986); and head basketball coach, head cross country coach and assistant baseball coach at Wilkes College in Wilkes Barre, Pa. (1983-1985). He holds a master of science degree in physical education and athletics administration from Western Illinois University and a bachelor of arts degree in sociology/social work from Warren Wilson College in Asheville, N.C. Bellairs and his wife Jacki have five children.

Athletic Administration

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art Bellairs, former director of intercollegiate athletics at Savannah State University in Savannah, Ga., and a senior athletics administrator at Virginia Military Institute was named the 15th Director of Athletics at Southeastern on Nov. 24, 2009. Bellairs succeeds Joel Erdmann, who accepted a similar position at the University of South Alabama in August. Southeastern men’s golf coach Tim Baldwin has served as interim director since Erdmann’s departure. “We are excited to welcome Bart Bellairs to our staff,” said President John L. Crain. “He has a broad range of accomplishments in athletic administration and shares Southeastern’s focus on the ‘student’ part of the student-athlete equation. He has a proven track record in inspiring his athletes and staff to achieve their full potential, whether in the classroom or in athletic competition. And he has experience in handling marketing, promotion, fundraising and budgetary issues, important skills in these days of tightened finances.” “I liked what I saw at Southeastern from the start but when my wife Jacki and I met the people, we knew we had found a home,” Bellairs

ship with the women’s soccer team earning its first-ever berth to the NCAA Championships. Prior to his move to Hammond, Bellairs was at Savannah State, an NCAA Division I program, with 15 teams, since July 2008. There he implemented an academics success plan that included an academic “road map” for each student-athlete from registration to graduation. He developed a Title IX/Gender Equity program that involved reworking the athletic budget to resolve long-time problems with staffing, facilities and scholarships. During his tenure at Savannah State, football, men’s basketball, softball and women’s volleyball teams all saw significant improvement in seasonal wins. Prior to joining Savannah State, Bellairs served as senior associate director of intercollegiate athletics from 2005 to 2008 and head basketball coach from 1993 to 2005 at VMI in Lexington, Va. Responsibilities included marketing and promotions, ticket operations, management of the licensing program and serving as director for all key athletic facilities. There he created new pricing strategies, athletic department promotions and new revenue streams. As head basketball coach, he was named the 19


The Outlook

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he 2009-10 edition of the Southeastern Louisiana University men’s basketball team looks to return to its winning formula of the past with a squad that returns

Expected to lead the way for the Lions in 2009-10 will be Sullivan, a 6foot-9 senior who has already etched his name in the Southeastern record books for blocked shots and can add

2009-10 Outlook Veteran Lions Poised To Contend For Southland Title three starters and eight letterwinners. After posting five straight seasons with a winning record – its longest stretch since moving to Division I in 1980-81– Southeastern finished with an uncharacteristic 13-17 record in 2008-09. But the Lions showed promise for the future as they finished strong down the stretch winning four straight games to close out the regular season and securing their sixth consecutive berth in the Southland Conference Tournament. With a lineup that returns four of its top six scorers from a year ago, led by Patrick Sullivan, fifth-year coach Jim Yarbrough looks to guide the Lions to the top of the Southland Conference standings. “We’ve continued to make the (Southland Conference) tournament year in and year out, have had winning records in three of our last four years and had some of the top players in the league,” Yarbrough said, “but we have not gotten back to the postseason run that we have come to expect. This year, I believe we have the right stuff – a combination of leadership and athleticism – to compete for the Southland Conference title.” 20

his name among the top scorers and rebounds in school history. As a true freshman, Brandon Fortenberry directed the Lions’ offense, finishing fourth in the Southland Conference in assists and fifth on the team in scoring. With a year of Division I experience under his belt, the southpaw looks to establish himself as one of the top point guards in the Southland Conference. Another sophomore – Deshawn Patterson – emerged as Southeastern’s top defensive stopper and will look to improve his game after a year on the court. Returning players Damon Forest, Robert Tibbs and David Ndoumba each provided Southeastern with solid options off the bench and will look for increased playing time in 2009-10. Forest, who helped Southeastern overcome the loss of All-Southland Conference performer Kevyn Green at mid-season, provided the Lions with a tremendous spark off the bench and finished as the Lions’ second-leading scorer in league play. Tibbs, a junior college transfer, showed flashes of greatness in his first year while Ndoumba, entering his third season in the program, brought tremendous

Seniors Robert Tibbs (above) and Patrick Sullivan (below) look to lead Southeastern to its seventh straight appearance in the Southland Conference Tournament.

2009-10 Southeastern Louisiana Basketball


The Outlook LIONS AT A GLANCE Team Information

2008-09 Overall Record

13-17

2008-09 Southland Conference Record 7-9 (8th) 2008-09 Postseason SLC Tournament (First Round) Opponent

Stephen F. Austin (67-56)

2008-09 Final National Rankings

NR

2008-09 Final Mid-Major Rankings

NR

Starters Returning/Lost

3/2

Letterwinners Returning/Lost

8/4

Newcomers

5

Starters Returning (3) Brandon Fortenberry (G, 6-2, 185, So.)

2008-09 Stats: 8.3 ppg., 2.8 rpg., 4.0 assists

DeShawn Patterson (G/F, 6-4, 220, So.)

As a freshman in 2008-09, Brandon Fortenberry averaged 9.3 points per game in Southland Conference play and finished fourth in the Southland Conference with 4.0 assists per game.

energy on the defensive side of the floor. Aiding the returning players will be a solid core of newcomers, highlighted by Ole Miss transfer Rodney Jones and Trent Hutchin, an honorable mention junior college All-American. Junior college transfers Jason Marks and Gary Dixon will each figure into the Lions’ rotation while the team’s lone freshman – forward Roosevelt Johnson – enters his first collegiate season with great promise. “We have a nice group of newcomers that could add a tremendous boost to our program,” Yarbrough said. “Rodney Jones has all the experience from playing in the Southeastern Conference and a year under his belt in our program and looks to make an immediate impact. Trent Hutchin should give us a great shooting punch from the perimeter in the same mold of a (former Southeastern standouts) Kevyn Green or Darryl Cohen.” After posting wins against programs from the SEC, Pac-10 and Big 10, Southeastern has placed itself on the mid-major map and the 2009-10 cam-

paign is no exception. Games against SEC foes Mississippi State and LSU, along with Big 12 opponent Nebraska highlight the schedule while the Lions’ will play an attractive non-conference home schedule that features Florida Atlantic, Jacksonville State and in-state rival Southern. “Our goal is to continue to keep Southeastern as a prominent midmajor program on the basketball map,” Yarbrough said. “We have taken on a lot of the big-name schools in our non-conference schedule and have competed very well. We will continue to play those games because those experiences will make us a better for Southland Conference play. We haven’t had the consistency in league play that I would like to climb on top and stay on top in the standings. We’ve been searching for that and I feel that this group may well have it.”

THE SCHEDULE

A schedule that features 15 home games, plus non-conference road games against Mississippi State, LSU and Nebraska, will challenge the Lions

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

2008-09 Stats: 3.4 ppg., 2.5 rpg., 2.6 assists

Patrick Sullivan (C, 6-9, 215, Sr.)

2008-09 Stats: 12.1 ppg., 7.0 rpg., 64 blocks

Starters Lost (2) Chris Cyprian (G, 6-2, 180)

2008-09 Stats: 8.7 ppg., 3.2 rpg., 2.2 assists 

Warrell Span (F, 6-6, 225)

2008-09 Stats: 10.9 ppg., 6.7 rpg., 1.5 assists

Other Returning Players (4) Stephen Burches (G, 5-11, 175, So.)

2008-09 Stats: 0.5 ppg., 0.4 rpg., 0.4 assists

Damon Forest (G, 6-3, 175, Jr.)

2008-09 Stats: 9.5 ppg., 2.4 rpg., 0.5 assists 

David Ndoumba (F, 6-7, 210, Jr.)

2008-09 Stats: 2.5 ppg., 3.5 rpg., 22 blocks 

Robert Tibbs (F, 6-6, 190, Sr.)

2008-09 Stats: 5.5 ppg., 2.3 rpg., 1.1 assists 

Other Letterwinners Lost (3) Jeremy Dunbar (G, 6-5, 190)

2008-09 Stats: 2.4 ppg., 0.7 rpg., 1.0 assists

Kevyn Green (F/G, 6-5, 205)

2008-09 Stats *: 19.2 ppg., 3.2 rpg., 1.3 assists

* Eligibility exhausted at mid-season

Antonio Pope (F, 6-7, 220)

2008-09 Stats: 3.0 ppg., 2.5 rpg., 9 blocks

Newcomers (5) Gary Dixon (G, 6-3, 170)

Pontotoc, Miss. (Itawamba CC)

Trent Hutchin (G, 6-1, 180)

Baton Rouge, La. (Copiah-Lincoln CC)

Roosevelt Johnson (F, 6-6, 205)

Norco, La. (Destrehan HS)

Rodney Jones (G, 6-3, 190)

Alexandria, La. (Ole Miss)

Jason Marks (F, 6-6, 190)

Little Rock, Ark. (Itawamba CC)

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The Outlook in its quest for a third Southland Conference title. Also highlighting nonconference action, Southeastern plays host to Division I foes Florida Atlantic, Jacksonville State and Southern while facing Jackson State, Texas Southern and North Texas on the road. Southeastern, which opens the season playing five of its first six games at home, open the season on Nov. 13 against the University of Science and Arts (Okla.) before hosting FAU (Nov. 16), Jacksonville State (Nov. 24), Millsaps College (Nov. 28) and Spring Hill College (Dec. 1). After playing games at Jackson State (Dec. 5) and LSU (Dec. 14), Southeastern will host in-state rival Southern on Dec. 16 before playing three of its next four on the road. The Lions open their pre-holiday roadtrip with a pair of games in the DallasFort Worth Metroplex facing Texas Southern (Dec. 19) in Fort Worth and at North Texas (Dec. 22). Southeastern hosts William Carey University on Jan. 2 and travel to face Nebraska on Jan. 5 before opening Southland Conference action Jan. 9 against Lamar. Besides hosting Southland East Division rivals Central Arkansas, Nicholls

State, Stephen F. Austin, McNeese State and Northwestern State, the Lions will play host to Sam Houston State and Texas State. Southeastern will look to earn a seventh berth in the postseason when the 2010 Southland Conference Tournament is held March 10-13 in Katy, Texas.

2009-10 Southland Conference Men's Basketball Preseason Polls Coaches Poll (1st-place votes) EAST DIVISION 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Stephen F. Austin (5) Nicholls (4) Southeastern Louisiana (3) Northwestern State McNeese State Central Arkansas

58 56 48 41 25 18

WEST DIVISION 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Sam Houston State (7) Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (4) UTSA (1) UT Arlington Lamar Texas State

61 57 45 36 30 17

Sports Information Directors EAST DIVISION 1. Nicholls (5) 2t. Southeastern Louisiana (4) 2t. Stephen F. Austin (3) 4. McNeese State 5. Northwestern State 6. Central Arkansas

58 54 54 33 29 18

WEST DIVISION DeShawn Patterson showed his versatility as a freshman swingman in 2008-09

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Sam Houston State (5) Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (4) UTSA (2) UT Arlington (1) Lamar Texas State

58 54 48 43 25 18

The 2010 Southland Conference Men's and Women's Basketball Tournaments will return to the greater Houston area on March 9-13, as the 16-team event will be held at the Leonard E. Merrell Center in suburban Katy. The top eight men's and women's regular season finishers will meet at the Merrell Center, playing 14 games over five days. The men's and women's bracket winners will earn automatic qualification into the 2009 NCAA Tournaments. The 5,600-seat Merrell Center is owned and operated by Katy Independent School District and is conveniently located off Interstate 10, near the renowned Katy Mills Mall.

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The Roster Numerical

No. Name Pos. 1 Trent Hutchin G 2 Rodney Jones G 3 Jason Marks F 4 Patrick Sullivan C 5 Brandon Fortenberry G 10 Roosevelt Johnson F 11 Robert Tibbs F 12 Stephen Burches G 20 DeShawn Patterson G/F 21 David Ndoumba F 23 Damon Forest G 30 Gary Dixon G

Alphabetical

No. Name Pos. 12 Stephen Burches G 30 Gary Dixon G 23 Damon Forest G 5 Brandon Fortenberry G 1 Trent Hutchin G 10 Roosevelt Johnson F 2 Rodney Jones G 3 Jason Marks F 21 David Ndoumba F 20 DeShawn Patterson G/F 4 Patrick Sullivan C 11 Robert Tibbs F

Roster Breakdown By Class

Senior (2)

Patrick Sullivan Robert Tibbs

Junior (6)

Gary Dixon Trent Hutchin Damon Forest Rodney Jones Jason Marks David Ndoumba

Sophomore (3)

Stephen Burches Brandon Fortenberry DeShawn Patterson

Freshmen (1)

Roosevelt Johnson

Ht. 6-1 6-3 6-6 6-9 6-2 6-6 6-6 5-11 6-4 6-7 6-3 6-3

Wt. 175 190 205 215 185 205 190 175 220 210 175 170

Cl. Exp. Jr. JC Jr. Tr. Jr. JC Sr. 3L So. 1L Fr. HS Sr. 1L So. 1L So. 1L Jr. 2L Jr. 1L Jr. JC

Hometown Baton Rouge, La. Alexandria, La. Little Rock, Ark. Orlando, Fla. Picayune, Miss. Norco, La. Pearland, Texas Hammond, La. Houma, La. Baton Rouge, La. Baton Rouge, La. Pontotoc, Miss.

Previous School/High School Copiah-Lincoln CC/Woodlawn HS Ole Miss/Peabody Magnet HS Itawamba CC/Parkview HS Edgewater HS Picayune HS Destrehan HS Lamar CC/Life Christian Academy St. Thomas Aquinas HS Vandebilt Catholic HS Christian Life Academy Louisiana-Lafayette/Central HS Itawamba CC/Pontotoc HS

Ht. 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-6 6-3 6-6 6-7 6-4 6-9 6-6

Wt. 175 170 175 185 175 205 190 205 210 220 215 190

Cl. Exp. So. 1L Jr. JC Jr. 1L So. 1L Jr. JC Fr. HS Jr. Tr. Jr. JC Jr. 2L So. 1L Sr. 3L Sr. 1L

Hometown Hammond, La. Pontotoc, Miss. Baton Rouge, La. Picayune, Miss. Baton Rouge, La. Norco, La. Alexandria, La. Little Rock, Ark. Baton Rouge, La. Houma, La. Orlando, Fla. Pearland, Texas

Previous School/High School St. Thomas Aquinas HS Itawamba CC/Pontotoc HS Louisiana-Lafayette/Central HS Picayune HS Copiah-Lincoln CC/Woodlawn HS Destrehan HS Ole Miss/Peabody Magnet HS Itawamba CC/Parkview HS Christian Life Academy Vandebilt Catholic HS Edgewater HS Lamar CC/Life Christian Academy

By State

Louisiana (7)

Stephen Burches (Hammond) Trent Hutchin (Baton Rouge) Damon Forest (Baton Rouge) Roosevelt Johnson (Norco) Rodney Jones (Alexandria) David Ndoumba (Baton Rouge) DeShawn Patterson (Houma)

Florida (1)

Patrick Sullivan (Orlando)

Arkansas (1)

Jason Marks (Little Rock)

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

Mississippi (2)

Gary Dixon (Pontotoc) Brandon Fortenberry (Picayune)

Texas (1)

Robert Tibbs (Pearland)

Pronunciations

Damon Forest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . duh-MON David Ndoumba . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DOOM-buh Alex Hausladen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . haugh-SLAY-din

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Player Profiles

Patrick Sullivan • 4 CENTER/forward • 6-9 • 215 • SENIOR • 3L ORLANDO, FLA. • EDGEWATER HS

• 2009-10 Preseason All-Southland (Second Team) • 2008-09 All-Southland (Honorable Mention) Talented big man enters his final season as the school’s all-time leader in blocked shots (175) and is second in field goal percentage (.580)…southpaw will see the majority of time at center for the Lions and will also see time at power forward.

Career Highs

Points 22, at Central Arkansas, 1/28/2009 FGM 9, vs. UT Arlington, 2/18/2009 FGA 16, at Florida Atlantic, 12/13/2008 3-FG 0 3-FGA 0 FTM 6 (2x), at Central Arkansas, 1/28/2009 FTA 10, at LSU, 1/3/2009 Rebounds 15, vs. Central Arkansas, 1/31/2008 Assists 6, vs. Southern, 11/20/2007 Blocks 6, at Arkansas, 11/14/2008 Steals 3, vs. Southern-New Orleans, 12/6/2008 Minutes 37, at Minnesota, 12/23/2008

2008-09 (Junior Season) Played in all 30 games for the Lions with 28 starts…finished as the team leader in scoring (12.1), rebounds (7.0), blocked shots (64) and field goal percentage (.575)…finished third in the Southland Conference in field goal percentage, fourth in blocked shots and eighth in rebounds…set career-highs in scoring, rebounds, blocks and free throw percentage (.667)…scored a career-high 22 points with 12 rebounds in a Southland Conference win at Central Arkansas…set the single-season record for blocked shots…passed Thelander “Legs” Tillman as the school’s all-time leader in blocks with three in a home victory against Jackson State…scored in double figures in 19 games and recorded seven double-doubles on the year, tied for third among Southland Conference players…went 9-for-13 from the floor and finished with 20 points against UT Arlington…scored 12 points and grabbed 11 boards with a career-high six blocks in an overtime loss at Arkansas…added 19 points and 10 rebounds at Florida Atlantic…scored 12 points and grabbed a season-high 14 rebounds at Northwestern State, propelling Southeastern to the Southland Conference Tournament for the fifth consecutive year. 2007-08 (Sophomore Season) Started 29 of 30 games for the Lions, finishing as the team's third-leading scorer (10.0) ... lead Southeastern in rebounds (6.3), field goal percentage (.587) and blocks (2.0) while ranking second in assists (2.2) ... etched his name in the Southeastern record books as he posted the second-highest total for blocked shots (60) in a season and became the second player in school history to record 100 career blocks ... his 58.7 aim on field goal attempts ranked fourth in a single-season in school history ... scored in double figures in 18 games with careerhigh 20 points coming against McNeese State ... collected five double-doubles on the season ... scored 16 points and grabbed career-high 15 boards in win over Central Arkansas ... scored 10 points and pulled down game-high 14 rebounds at LSU ... finished 6-for-7 from the floor, scoring 12 points and grabbing 10 rebounds at UTEP ... added 17 points and 10 rebounds in Southland Conference contest against Stephen F. Austin ... scored 11 points, grabbed nine rebounds and dished out six assists in win over Southern. 2006-07 (Freshman Season) Played in all 30 games as a freshman, leading the Lions in blocks (1.7) ... ranked as the top freshman in the Southland Conference in rebounds (4.4) and blocks ... averaged 4.5 points and shot 57 percent (58-for-101) from the floor ... earned first career start in Southland Conference home contest against Nicholls State ... recorded double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds against McNeese State ... tied for fourth in school history with 51 blocks on the season (tied with Bill Dukes in 1984-85) ... posted four games in double-figures, highlighted by season-high 14 against Texas State ... went 7-for-7 from the floor and blocked four shots in win over Bobcats ... scored six points, grabbed eight rebounds and blocked two shots in season-high 24 minutes off the bench in collegiate debut against Cal Poly at the Oregon Rain Invitational ... scored 10 points, going 4-for-4 from the floor, and grabbed nine boards in win over Chicago State ... recorded eight points, seven rebounds and three blocked shots against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi in the 2007 O’Reilly Auto Parts/Southland Conference Tournament. HIGH SCHOOL Named first-team All-District 4-6A at Orlando’s Edgewater High School ...EHS rated as one of the top high school programs by FloridaHoops.com ... Listed as the No. 8 prospect in the Orlando metro area by OrlandoHoops.com ... A third-team All-Metro selection … coached by Jeremy Lavoie … a member of the Tallahassee Wildcats AAU team that produced eight Division I prospects in 2004-05 and four for the 2005-06 campaign. PERSONAL Born July 9, 1988 in Orlando … the son of Eugene and Linda Sullivan … the youngest of five children … lists his parents as his biggest influence ... lists Jamaica as his ultimate vacation spot ... favorite NBA team is the Orlando Magic and favorite food is hot wings … a General Studies major.

Sullivan’s Career Statistics

Year GP-GS Min-Avg 2006-07 30-1 440-14.7 2007-08 30-29 783-26.1 2008-09 30-28 814-27.1 Totals 90-58 2037-22.6

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Total FG-FGA Pct 58-101 .574 121-206 .587 149-259 .575 328-566 .580

3 Point FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 0-0 .000 19-39 .487 0-0 .000 58-92 .630 0-0 .000 64-96 .667 0-0 .000 141-227 .621

Rebounds Off-Def Tot 39-94 133 53-136 189 67-143 210 159-373 532

Avg 4.4 6.3 7.0 5.9

PF-FO 69-1 88-2 91-2 248-5

Ast-TO 14-23 66-90 43-69 123-182

Blk 51 60 64 175

Stl 16 18 17 51

Pts-Avg 135-4.5 300-10.0 362-12.1 797-8.9

2009-10 Southeastern Louisiana Basketball


Player Profiles

Robert Tibbs • 11

FORWARD • 6-6 • 190 • SENIOR • 1L PEARLAND, TEXAS • LAMAR JC • LIFE CHRISTIAN ACADEMY Quick, explosive player looks to be more consistent in final season in a Southeastern uniform…looks to be more comfortable and confident in the Lion offense…versatile player who can play at the No. 2, 3 or 4 spots.

2008-09 (Junior Season) Junior college transfer played in 29 games with two starts on the season…averaged 5.5 points and 2.3 rebounds per game on the season…scored in double figures in five contests on the season…scored a season-high 22 points, on 8 of 11 shooting, in home win against Southern-New Orleans…scored 11 points and grabbed six rebounds in his Southeastern debut at Arkansas…added 11 points in win over Millsaps College…scored 10 points with a pair of 3-pointers in non-conference finale at Auburn…scored 13 points in Southland Conference game at Texas State…scored eight points and grabbed a season-high 11 rebounds in win over Dillard…earned starts in Southland Conference contests against Northwestern State and Sam Houston State…scored eight points and recorded three steals at SHSU.

Career Highs

Points 22, vs. Southern-New Orleans, 12/6/2008 FGM 8, vs. Southern-New Orleans, 12/6/2008 FGA 11, vs. Southern-New Orleans, 12/6/2008 3-FG 2 (3x), last at Auburn, 12/31/2008 3-FGA 4, at Central Arkansas, 1/28/2009 FTM 5, at Texas State, 2/4/2009 FTA 8, at Texas State, 2/4/2009 Rebounds 11, vs. Dillard, 11/29/2008 Assists 5, vs. Central Arkansas, 2/28/2009 Blocks 1 (5x), last at Texas State, 2/4/2009 Steals 3, at Sam Houston State, 1/17/2009 Minutes 32 (2x), last at Sam Houston State, 1/17/2009

JUNIOR COLLEGE Played one season at Lamar (Colo.) Junior College after beginning at Navarro Junior College... named first-team All-Region IX at LCC after leading the Runnin’ Lopes in scoring (13.1) and finishing second in rebounds (6.1)...shot 61.7 percent from the floor...coached at LCC, the same junior college attended by former Lion Kevyn Green, by Chris Tifft...helped LCC to a 20-9 record, helping the school achieve back-to-back 20-win seasons for the first time in 40 years...missed the 2006-07 season with an injury. HIGH SCHOOL Named the district MVP as a senior at Life Christian Academy...coached by Steve Buckelew. PERSONAL Born July 26, 1985 in Baton Rouge...the son of Timothy and Samantha Bridges...has one brother and one sister...chose Southeastern "because it was the most comfortable"...favorite NBA player is Kevin Durant...lists Cancun as his ultimate vacation spot...majoring in General Studies.

Tibbs' Career Statistics Year GP-GS Min-Avg 2008-09 29-2 515-17.8

Total FG-FGA Pct 57-115 .496

3 Point FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 10-32 .313 36-58 .621

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

Rebounds Off-Def Tot 31-36 67

Avg 2.3

PF-FO 55-0

Ast-TO 31-34

Blk 5

Stl 18

Pts-Avg 160-5.5

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Player Profiles

Damon Forest • 23

GUARD • 6-3 • 170 • junior • 1L BATON ROUGE, La. • LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE/CENTRAL HS Enters his first full season with the Lions after fulfilling the NCAA Transfer Rule after the Fall 2008 semester…provided the Lions with some great moments off the bench…looks to become a more top performer with more consistent play.

Career Highs

Points 26, vs. Central Arkansas, 2/28/2009 FGM 8 (2x), last vs. Central Arkansas, 2/28/2009 FGA 14, at Texas State, 2/4/2009 3-FG 6, vs. Central Arkansas, 2/28/2009 3-FGA 10, vs. UT Arlington, 2/18/2009 FTM 7, at Northwestern State, 3/7/2009 FTA 12, at Northwestern State, 3/7/2009 Rebounds 5, at Texas State, 2/4/2009 Assists 3, at Texas State, 2/4/2009 Blocks 1 (5x), last at McNeese State, 3/4/2009 Steals 4, vs. UT Arlington, 2/18/2009 Minutes 36, vs. UTSA, 2/7/2009

2008-09 (Sophomore Season) Finished fourth on the team in 3-pointers made (30) and attempts (95) in 22 games played…averaged 9.5 points per game, including 10.8 in Southland Conference games… earned three starts on the season, including games against Southland rivals UTSA and Stephen F. Austin…scored in double-figures in 11 games with two 20-point performances…scored a season-high 26 points, going 8-for-9 from the floor and 6-for-7 from behind the 3-point line, in Southland Conference win over Central Arkansas…added 22 points on 8 of 12 aim in regionally-televised contest against UTSA… scored 15 points in regular-season finale at Northwestern State, helping Southeastern claim its fifth straight berth in the Southland Conference Tournament…scored 15 points in contests against Millsaps College, Texas State and Nicholls State…scored on a driving layup with 0.4 seconds remaining to help Southeastern overcome a 17-point deficit and defeat Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, 70-68…added 13 points and a season-high four steals against UT Arlington. At Louisiana-Lafayette (2006-07) Sat out the 2006-07 campaign at ULL, before appearing the Ragin Cajuns' 2007-08 opener against North Alabama. HIGH SCHOOL Named to the All-District 4-5A team and was an All-State performer as a junior at Central High School...named to the All-Metro team by the Baton Rouge Morning Advocate...averaged 21 points per game as a senior and was selected to participate in the 2005 Louisiana High School Boys Basketball All-Star game...coached by Wes Watts. PERSONAL Born January 28, 1988 in Baton Rouge...the son of Linell and Beverly Forest...has one sister, Dominique...enjoys fishing, hanging out with friends and playing basketball...lists his father as his biggest influence...a Kinesiology major.

Forest’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS Min-Avg 2008-09 22-3 438-19.9

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Total FG-FGA Pct 65-166 .392

3 Point FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 30-95 .316 49-68 .721

Rebounds Off-Def Tot 16-36 52

Avg 2.4

PF-FO 44-0

Ast-TO 11-26

Blk 6

Stl 16

Pts-Avg 209-9.5

2009-10 Southeastern Louisiana Basketball


Player Profiles

David Ndoumba • 21

FORWARD • 6-7 • 210 • JUNIOR • 2L BATON ROUGE, la. • CHRISTIAN LIFE ACADEMY

Great team player who continues to be a big contributor to the program…a physically tough player who has learned much about the nuances of the game…looks to be big on the boards. 2008-09 (Sophomore Season) Played in 30 games for Southeastern, earning six starts… averaged 2.6 points and 3.5 rebounds per game – third on the team…finished second in blocked shots (22)…came off the bench to score a season-high 12 points, on 4-for-6 shooting, against Central Arkansas…scored 10 points off the bench with seven rebounds at Texas State…grabbed a season-high 12 boards in regionally-televised contest against UTSA…scored seven points in a comeback win against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi… scored seven points, on 3-for-4 shooting, at Sam Houston State and added seven points and 10 rebounds against McNeese State.

Career Highs

Points 15, at Lamar, 2/9/2008 FGM 6, vs. Dallas Christian, 11/16/2007 FGA 8 (2x), last at Lamar, 2/9/2008 3-FG 0 3-FGA 1 (2x), last vs. UTSA, 2/7/2009 FTM 7, vs. Lipscomb, 12/17/2007 FTA 8 (2x), last at Auburn, 12/31/2008 Rebounds 16, vs. Dallas Christian, 11/16/2007 Assists 2 (5x), last vs. Central Arkansas, 2/28/2009 Blocks 3, vs. Southern-New Orleans, 12/6/2008 Steals 2, at McNeese State, 3/5/2008 Minutes 27, vs. Lipscomb, 12/17/2007

2007-08 (Freshman Season) Played in all 30 games for the Lions as a true freshman...earned a start in Southeastern's final non-conference contest against Southern-New Orleans...averaged 4.1 points and was third on the team in rebounds with 4.6...scored in double figures twice with season-high of 15 coming at Lamar...went 5-for-8 from the floor against the Cardinals and was 5-for-5 from the free throw line...posted a double-double with 13 points and 16 rebounds in a blowout win over Dallas Christian...scored nine points, including a 7-for-8 performance from the free throw line, in a win over Lipscomb... recorded nine points and eight rebounds in Southeastern's regular-season finale against Lamar...had eight points and eight boards in his collegiate debut against Alcorn State... averaged 14.2 minutes per game while scoring in 28 of 30 games played. HIGH SCHOOL Averaged 17.5 points and 10 rebounds per game as a senior at Baton Rouge's Christian Life Academy...helped the Crusaders to two consecutive Class 1A state titles...named to the All-Metro team by the Baton Rouge Morning Advocate...helped CLA to a 32-7 record as a senior and was a first-team All-District selection...coached by Todd Foster. PERSONAL Born September 18, 1988...a native of Cameroon...last name in pronounced DOOMbuh...the son of Raymond Ndoumba and Manang Flore...began playing basketball in the in the 10th grade…the oldest of four children...best sports memory was winning two state championships in basketball...hobbies include listening to music and watching movies...grew up idolizing NBA All-Star forward Kevin Garnett...lists Brazil as his ultimate vacation spot...majoring in Biology.

Ndoumba’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS Min-Avg 2007-08 30-1 427-14.2 2008-09 30-6 399-13.3 Totals 60-7 826-13.8

Total FG-FGA Pct 40-89 .449 27-52 .519 67-141 .475

3 Point FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 0-1 .000 43-69 .623 0-1 .000 23-39 .590 0-2 .000 66-108 .611

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

Rebounds Off-Def Tot 52-87 139 31-74 105 83-161 244

Avg 4.6 3.5 4.1

PF-FO 58-1 41-1 99-2

Ast-TO 6-20 12-10 18-30

Blk 12 22 34

Stl 8 6 14

Pts-Avg 123-4.1 77-2.6 200-3.3

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Player Profiles

Stephen Burches • 12

GUARD • 5-11 • 175 • SOPHOMORE • 1L hammond, La. • st. thomas aquinas hs Joined the team as a walk-on and played valuable minutes in Southeastern’s run to the Southland Conference Tournament…gained strength and confidence in the off-season…smart player who knows the game and knows his role in helping the team win. 2008-09 (Freshman Season) Appeared in 13 games for the Lions averaging 0.5 points per contest…gained the majority of his minutes in contests against Stephen F. Austin, Central Arkansas and Northwestern State…sank a 3-pointer for his first collegiate points in win over Southern-New Orleans…added two points in wins over UCA and Northwestern State…played a seasonhigh nine minutes, adding two assists, in the regular-season finale against Northwestern State…grabbed three rebounds in eight minutes of action at SFA…played six minutes in Southland road contest at Texas State.

Career Highs

Points 3, vs. Southern-New Orleans, 12/6/2008 FGM 1 (2x), last vs. Central Arkansas, 2/28/2009 FGA 3, at Northwestern State, 3/7/2009 3-FG 1, vs. Southern-New Orleans, 12/6/2008 3-FGA 2, vs. Southern-New Orleans, 12/6/2008 FTM 0 FTA 1, at Texas State, 2/4/2009 Rebounds 3, at Stephen F. Austin, 2/21/2009 Assists 2, at Northwestern State, 3/7/2009 Blocks 0 Steals 1 (2x), last at Northwestern State, 3/7/2009 Minutes 9, at Northwestern State, 3/7/2009

HIGH SCHOOL A three-year letterwinner in basketball at Hammond's St. Thomas Aquinas High School...helped the Falcons to back-to-back Class 2A state championships (2007, 2008)...named second-team All-District as a senior. PERSONAL Born April 6, 1990 in Covington, La....the son of Bobby and Denise Burches...older brother, Willie, played basketball at Alabama-Huntsville...selected Southeastern over Centenary, Northwestern State and Mobile...lists his brother as his biggest influence... majoring in accounting.

Burches’ Career Statistics Year GP-GS Min-Avg 2008-09 13-0 43-3.3

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Total FG-FGA Pct 3-9 .333

3 Point FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 1-4 .250 0-1 .000

Rebounds Off-Def Tot 2-3 5

Avg 0.4

PF-FO 8-0

Ast-TO 5-3

Blk 0

Stl 2

Pts-Avg 7-0.5

2009-10 Southeastern Louisiana Basketball


Player Profiles

Brandon Fortenberry • 5 GUARD • 6-2 • 180 • SOPHOMORE • 1L PICAYUNE, MISS. • PICAYUNE MEMORIAL HS

Came into his own late in the season helping Southeastern claim its fifth consecutive berth in the Southland Conference Tournament…will look for better consistency in his second year in the program…has a deeper understanding of how to play point guard at the collegiate level…can create for others and can be a scoring threat.

Career Highs

Points 20, at Northwestern State, 3/7/2009 FGM 9, at Northwestern State, 3/7/2009 FGA 13, at Northwestern State, 3/7/2009 3-FG 4, vs. Southern-New Orleans, 12/6/2008 3-FGA 6 (3x), last at Northwestern State, 3/7/2009 FTM 7, vs. Northwestern State, 1/14/2009 FTA 10, vs. Northwestern State, 1/14/2009 Rebounds 6, vs. Miles College, 11/17/2008 Assists 10, vs. Millsaps College, 12/16/2008 Blocks 2, vs. UT Arlington, 2/18/2009 Steals 3 (4x), last at Stephen F. Austin, 2/21/2009 Minutes 38, vs. A&M-Corpus Christi, 2/25/2009

2008-09 (Freshman Season) Played in all 30 games for the Lions and finished as the top freshman in the Southland Conference with 4.0 assists…averaged 8.3 points and 2.4 rebounds with 28 starts…scored in double figures in his final three games of the season, highlighted by a 20-point performance in the regular seasonfinale at Northwestern State…led the team in minutes played (29.2) and was second in steals (1.0)…scored 13 points on 5 of 10 shooting at Texas Tech…scored 16 points in an SLC home victory over Northwestern State…scored 14 points with eight assists in a regionally-televised contest against SLC rival UTSA…dished out a season-high 10 assists in win over Millsaps College…scored 14 points, sinking four 3-pointers, in a win over Southern-New Orleans…added 11 points in a SLC road win at McNeese State and 13 points against Stephen F. Austin in the Southland Conference Tournament. HIGH SCHOOL The 2007-08 Biloxi Sun-Herald Player of the Year...rated the No. 19 prospect in the state of Mississippi by Hoop Scoop...three-year letterwinner at Picayune Memorial High School for coach Daniel Kennedy...named the District 8-4A MVP...a second-team AllState selection by the Jackson Clarion Ledger...averaged 19 points and four assists per game as a senior...led the Maroon Tide to a 33-5 overall record and the Mississippi Class 4A state runner-up...guided PMHS to three South State championships and two berths in the Mississippi Final Four...played in the Mississippi/Alabama All-Star Game. PERSONAL Born May 18, 1990 in Picayune...the son of Earl and Mary Fortenberry...has one brother, Earl, Jr. (24)...chose Southeastern over Southern Miss, Troy and Arkansas-Little Rock... lists his family as his biggest influence...favorite food is spaghetti and favorite television show is "CSI Miami"...a Sports Management major.

Fortenberry’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS Min-Avg 2008-09 30-28 875-29.2

Total FG-FGA Pct 85-204 .417

3 Point FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 33-99 .333 47-67 .701

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

Rebounds Off-Def Tot 8-63 71

Avg 2.4

PF-FO 72-1

Ast-TO 120-79

Blk 6

Stl 30

Pts-Avg 250-8.3

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Player Profiles

DeShawn Patterson • 20

GUARD/forward • 6-4 • 220 • SOPHOMORE • 1L houma, la. • vandebilt catholic HS Provided great minutes as a true freshman…a natural leader and communicator…most versatile member on the team, playing four positions…looks to continue his development after a year of experience. 2008-09 (Freshman Season) Played in all 30 games as a true freshman with 18 starts… averaged 3.4 points and 2.5 rebounds per game, starting 17 of the team’s final 18 games…finished second behind Brandon Fortenberry in assists (2.6) and was fifth in minutes played (20.2)…posted season-highs of 17 points and eight rebounds in 20 minutes of action against Miles College…went 7-for-9 from the floor, including 3-for-3 from behind the 3point line…scored 11 points in a Southland Conference win at McNeese State…dished out a season-high seven assists in start against Millsaps College.

Career Highs

Points 17, vs. Miles College, 11/17/2008 FGM 7, vs. Miles College, 11/17/2008 FGA 9, vs. Miles College, 11/17/2008 3-FG 3, vs. Miles College, 11/17/2008 3-FGA 4 (2x), last at Texas State, 2/4/2009 FTM 6, at McNeese State, 3/4/2009 FTA 7, at McNeese State, 3/4/2009 Rebounds 8, vs. Miles College, 11/17/2008 Assists 7, vs. Millsaps College, 12/16/2008 Blocks 2, vs. UTSA, 2/7/2009 Steals 4 (2x), last at Stephen F. Austin, 2/21/2009 Minutes 32, at Nicholls State, 2/14/2009

HIGH SCHOOL Scored over 2,500 points in his high school career at Houma's Vandebilt Catholic...a four-time All-District and two-time Class 4A All-State selection for the Terriers...coached by Rafe Blades...averaged 25 points as a senior and was named to the All-District 8-4A first team and the New Orleans Times Picayune All-Metro Team...trained with former Southeastern great Hank Washington...played on the Louisiana Select Nike Travel AAU team with current Georgetown star Greg Monroe and LSU’s Storm Warren...also lettered in football at VCHS where he was an All-Region and All-District selection. PERSONAL Born February 17, 1990 in Los Angeles, Calif....the son of Trisha Thomas...has two siblings...grew up idolizing former NBA player Kevin Johnson...chose Southeastern over SMU, Murray State, Nicholls State and Central Arkansas...lists cereal as his favorite food and "Scarface" as his favorite movie...majoring in Criminal Justice.

Patterson’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS Min-Avg 2008-09 30-18 605-20.2

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Total FG-FGA Pct 36-100 .360

3 Point FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 9-29 .310 21-35 .600

Rebounds Off-Def Tot 20-55 75

Avg 2.5

PF-FO 54-1

Ast-TO 77-53

Blk 6

Stl 24

Pts-Avg 102-3.4

2009-10 Southeastern Louisiana Basketball


Player Profiles

Gary Dixon • 30

GUARD • 6-3 • 170 • junior • jc PONTOTOC, MISS. • ITAWAMBA CC/PONTOTOC HS

PRIOR TO SOUTHEASTERN Averaged a team-high 15 points per game in 2008-09 at Itawamba Community College, where he was coached by Marty Cooper and former Lion assistant Brian Alexander ... ranked 33rd nationally last season among JUCO players in 3-point percentage ... averaged 0.6 points per game as a freshman ... blossomed as a sophomore leading the Indians in scoring 21 times and scoring 20 or more points in six contests ... a second-team All-State selection and participant in the MACJC All-Star Classic, Dixon converted on 44 percent (63-for-142) of his 3-point attempts while shooting nearly 50 percent from the floor and 73 percent from the free throw line. He grabbed two rebounds per game while averaging 1.5 assists and 1.4 steals as ICC finished 19-9 overall and captured its third straight MACJC North Division title.

HIGH SCHOOL A three-year letterwinner and two-time All-District 1-4A selection at Pontotoc High School for Jon Ginn ... named the PHS Most Valuable Player as a senior ... selected to the Nissan/Carlock AllTournament team ... also competed in track and field. PERSONAL Born March 8, 1989 in Amory, Miss. ... the son of Gary and Lisa Pulliam ... has two brothers and one sister ... lists his parents as his biggest influence ... enjoys playing video games, surfing the internet and hanging out with friends ... lists Hawaii as his ultimate vacation spot ... majoring in General Studies.

Trent Hutchin • 1

guard • 6-1 • 180 • junior • jc BATON ROUGE, LA. • COPIAH-LINCOLN CC/WOODLAWN HS

PRIOR TO SOUTHEASTERN A 2008-09 NJCAA Division I Honorable Mention All-America pick ... finished 18th nationally in scoring among junior college at 21.3 points per game while leading the nation in free throw percentage converting on 145-of-152 (95.4 percent) of his attempts ... scored 1,130 points in two seasons at Co-Lin, averaging 19.8 points in 57 JUCO games ... averaged 18.4 points and converted on 89 percent of his free throws as a freshman ... made 56 consecutive free throws as a sophomore and was a two-time First-Team All-Region 23 and Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges selection.

PERSONAL Born May 19, 1987 in Baton Rouge ... the son of Lawrence and Deborah Hutchin ... the youngest of three children ... chose Southeastern because "I felt like the coaching staff had my best interests in mind" ... lists his parents as his biggest influence ... lists the 1998 Chicago Bulls as his favorite NBA team ... enjoys drawing and shopping ... lists LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Paul as his favorite NBA players ... a General Studies major.

HIGH SCHOOL A second-team All-District 3-5A selection at Baton Rouge's Woodlawn High in 2006 ... was a first-team 8-2A pick and honorable mention All-State selection at CLA as a junior ... named alldistrict and All-Baton Rouge Metro as a sophomore ... selected to the all-district team as a freshman. Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

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Player Profiles

Rodney Jones • 2

GUARD • 6-3 • 190 • junior • TR. alexandria, La. • Ole miss/peabody magnet hs Tough and consistent performer will provide immediate leadership on the court…does everything well…an energetic defender who brings a blue collar approach to the floor…has two years of eligibility remaining. 2008-09 Transferred to Southeastern prior to the start of the Fall 2008 semester and sat out to fulfill the NCAA Transfer Rule. At Ole Miss (2006-08) Spent two seasons at Ole Miss where he played in 24 games, including 16 as a freshman ... averaged 1.8 points per game IN 2007-08 for the Rebels with a career-high six points coming against LSU ... finished 4-for-8 from behind the 3-point line and played a career-high 22 minutes against UC Santa Barbara in the first round of the NIT ... As a freshman, Jones averaged 6.4 minutes off the bench for Ole Miss while scoring a season-high four points in games against Tennessee Tech and Clemson ... hauled

PRIOR TO SOUTHEASTERN Averaged 10.3 points and grabbed a team-high 7.6 rebounds per game at Itawamba (Miss.) Community College ... helped the Indians to a 19-9 record and a berth in the Region 23 semifinals ... second on the team with 3.2 assists per game while shooting 59 percent from the floor and 69 percent from the free throw line ... as a freshman, averaged six points, five rebounds and two steals per game while shooting 57 percent from the field ... named the Indians’ Defensive Player of the Year after helping ICC to a 30-4 record and a No. 5 ranking in the final NJCAA poll.

in five rebounds against Alabama A&M and helped the Rebels to the NIT Tournament. HIGH SCHOOL The 2006 Class 4A State Player of the Year and McDonald’s AllAmerica nominee ... a three-year starter at Peabody Magnet High School ... helped lead the Warhorses to 108 wins, including a 410 record, a No. 5 national ranking and the 2004 Class 4A state championship ... in his senior season, averaged 27 points and 10 rebounds for the Warhorses, who finished with a 34-5 record, and was a first-team All-State selection and team captain. PERSONAL Born November 14, 1987 in Alexandria ... the son of Rodney and Kimberly Jones ... has one brother, James (17), and one sister, Kayla (15) ... chose Southeastern because "it was close to home with a very nice environment" ... enjoys listening to music in his spare time ... lists his favorite NBA team as the Boston Celtics ... a General Studies major.

Jason Marks • 3

FORWARD • 6-5 • 190 • JUNIOR • JC LITTLE ROCK, ARK. • ITAWAMBA CC/PARKVIEW HS PERSONAL Born on October 15, 1988 in Little Rock ... the son of Glen and Carolyn Marks ... has one sister ... father was a letterwinner at Lamar (1980) and Central Arkansas (1982) ... lists his father as his biggest influence ... grew up idolizing Michael Jordan and John Stockton ... lists Daequan Cook and O.J. Mayo as the best players he faced ... favorite food is barbeque ribs and his favorite NBA team is the Denver Nuggets ... a General Studies major.

HIGH SCHOOL A first-team All-State standout as a senior at Little Rock’s Parkview High School where he averaged 15 points and eight rebounds ... helped lead the Patriots to the 2006 Class 6A state championship as a junior ... coached by Al Flanigan.

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2009-10 Southeastern Louisiana Basketball


Player Profiles

Roosevelt Johnson • 10

forward • 6-6 • 205 • FRESHMAN • HS norco, La. • destrehan hs HIGH SCHOOL Averaged 18.6 points per game and was a second-team Class 5A All-State selection at Destrehan High School ... coached by Todd Bourg ... named an All-Metro New Orleans selection and was a first-team All-District 6-5A selection ... competed in the LHSCA All-Star Game ... chose Southeastern over SMU, Tulane and Louisiana-Lafayette. PERSONAL Born November 20, 1989 ... the son of Roosevelt Johnson and Monique Cammon ... the youngest of three children ... chose Southeastern because "I felt it was a good fit for me" ... lists current Georgetown product Greg Monroe as the best player he has faced ... favorite foods are red beans and rice and fried chicken ... lists blue as his favorite color ... a Sports Management major.

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

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2009-10 Lions

2009-10 Southeastern Louisiana Lions

Front Row (l to r): Nate Borget, Curtis Matherne, Larry Cordaro, Head coach Jim Yarbrough, Roman Banks, Alex Hausladen, Casey Apetrei. Back row (l to r): Daren Hankins, Gary Dixon, Damon Forest, DeShawn Patterson, Jason Marks, Roosevelt Johnson, Patrick Sullivan, Robert Tibbs, David Ndoumba, Rodney Jones, Brandon Fortenberry, Stephen Burches, Trent Hutchin.

2009-10 Coaching Staff

From left: Assistant Coach Larry Cordaro, Head Coach Jim Yarbrough, Associate Head Coach Roman Banks, Assistant Coach Alex Hausladen.

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2009-10 Southeastern Louisiana Basketball


Head Coach Jim Yarbrough Fifth Season at Southeastern • Florida State (1987) 62-56 at Southeastern (4 years), 159-98 overall (9 years)

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he very first time Jim Yarbrough stepped on the Southeastern campus he was excited about the possibilities of its basketball program. Of course, that visit found him as part of the College of Charleston coaching staff in town to play Southeastern during the 1994-95 season. At that point, CofC was one of the biggest mid-major names of the decade. During his tenure there, Yarbrough would be part of unprecedented success – a 15328 record in six years, two trips to the NIT, three to the NCAA Tournament and historic battles against college basketballs elites with wins over UAB, Arizona State, Stanford, Maryland, Massachusetts and North Carolina. But on a January night in 1995, standing in Southeastern’s University Center, Yarbrough thought “why not here?”. Yarbrough has viewed every coaching stop in the last 21 seasons as an opportunity. He has brought his high energy level to even his very first position at The Bolles School in Jacksonville, Florida (1987-1993) as the Boys 8th grade coach and assistant to the Varsity. His junior high team didn’t fair as well as he’d have liked, but the Varsity team began a remarkable run going to three state final fours in six years and winning a pair of state championships. Yarbrough’s passion and teaching ability would take form here and lead him to several great friendships important to his career His first, was Buddy Ward (Head Coach at Bolles), whom Yarbrough credits with modeling the art of teaching the game of basketball. His second, was Dr. Harvey Bernhardt, who was not just a mere friend, but as passionate about hoops as was Yarbrough. During Yarbrough’s six-year stint at Bolles, which included four summers with Team Jacksonville AAU, he made important contacts at the next level. One was a young assistant at Davidson College named Don Hogan. Hogan was recruiting several players from the Bolles School and got to know Yarbrough.

Later he would be named head coach at the University of West Florida and asked Yarbrough to help him get things started. Yarbrough was not destined to be in Pensacola long. In the Summer of 1994, Yarbrough bumped into a coaching acquaintance from his years on the high school and AAU scene – Charleston coach, John Kresse. Back in the Summer of 1989, while Yarbrough was coaching Team Jacksonville, Kresse sat in on several practices watching future player Rusty Palmer and admiring the young coach running practice. Palmer would go from Team Jax to being one of the Cougar captains during their first NCAA appearance ever. In 1994, Yarbrough would be asked to join the Cougar coaching staff. Indeed, Yarbrough learned Cougar-style basketball so well that John Kresse named him Associate Head Coach in 1998, the only one Kresse ever had. At 36, Yarbrough, who had been maximizing his coaching and recruiting efforts in Charleston, was ready to put his own ‘blueprint’ into motion. In 2000 Valdosta State was searching for a new head coach to reinvigorate and restore its program’s sagging tradition. When Yarbrough arrived in 2000, the Division II school had not participated in an NCAA Tournament since 1978. In only his second season in south Georgia, Yarbrough was able to establish his vision and traditions for success. The team went 24-8 and advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tourney. For his efforts, Yarbrough was one of eight finalists for national coach of the year and was named South Region Coach of the Year. The Blazers kept winning; Yarbrough kept fine-tuning his blueprint and during the 20032004 campaign finished the regular season ranked No. 3 in the nation. VSU hosted the NCAA’s South regional, and the Blazers finished the year 25-4. Again, Yarbrough would be named South

PERSONAL INFORMATION

Full Name:................. James D. Yarbrough, Jr. Birthdate:............................February 8, 1964 Birthplace:................................... Tampa, Fla. Wife’s Name:..................................... Glynda Children:...................Samantha (11), Jack (8) High School:................Northeast High School Bachelor’s Degree:..........Florida State, 1987 Major:.................................... Political Science

CAREER COACHING EXPERIENCE As an Assistant

Year School Record (Conference) 1993-94 West Florida 11-16 1994-95 College of Charleston *^ 23-6 (15-1) 1995-96 College of Charleston *^ 25-4 (15-1) 1996-97 College of Charleston *# 29-3 (16-0) 1997-98 College of Charleston *# 24-6 (14-2) 1998-99 College of Charleston *# 28-3 (16-0) 1999-00 College of Charleston * 24-6 (13-3) Totals 164-44 (89-7)

As a Head Coach

Year School Record (Conference) 2000-01 Valdosta State 11-14 (6-8) 2001-02 Valdosta State *+ 24-8 (10-4) 2002-03 Valdosta State 19-7 (8-6) 2003-04 Valdosta State *+ 25-4 (13-1) 2004-05 Valdosta State 18-9 (8-6) 2005-06 Southeastern La. % 16-12 (10-6) 2006-07 Southeastern La. % 16-14 (8-8) 2007-08 Southeastern La. % 17-13 (9-7) 2008-09 Southeastern La. % 13-17 (7-9) Totals 159-98 (79-55) * - Conference champion ^ - NIT participant # - NCAA Division I Championships + - NCAA Division II Championships % - Southland Conference Tournament

COACHING HONORS

2003-04........................ Gulf South Coach of the Year ...................... NABC South Region Coach of the Year 2001-02.......... NABC South Region Coach of the Year

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

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Head Coach Jim Yarbrough Jim Yarbrough Milestone Wins as a head coach beginning with the 2000-01 season at Valdosta State

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Opponent

1

Oakwood College (91-39)

Date

10

Albany State (75-56)

2000-01

20

Florida Tech (76-61)

12/17/01

30

Montevallo (71-70)

2/18/02

40

Tennessee Wesleyan (79-60)

12/6/02

50

West Alabama (78-65)

60

Barry College (60-55)

70

West Alabama (65-36)

80

Puerto Rico-Cayey (68-38)

90

Lincoln Memorial (57-49)

2000-01

2/1/03 11/29/03 1/24/04 11/15/04 1/8/05

At Southeastern Louisiana In four seasons in Hammond, Jim Yarbrough has guided Southeastern to three upset victories, beginning with a 57-46 win at SEC foe Mississippi State in just his third game as Lions’ coach.

Region and Gulf South Conference Coach of the Year. His success at Valdosta State centered on a staple of Southeastern basketball the last few years - defense. Emphasizing a tough, pressure defense, Yarbrough’s teams were consistently ranked among the national leaders in scoring defense and field goal percentage defense. During his five-year tenure at VSU, Yarbrough’s teams finished the season in the top 10 in scoring defense four times while finishing in the top-10 in field goal defense twice. Even in Yarbrough’s inaugural season at VSU, the Blazers finished 18th among Division II schools in scoring defense despite an 11-14 record. In May of 2005, the journey seemed to come full circle when Southeastern’s head coach Billy Kennedy left unexpectedly for the University of Miami. “Suddenly a job I coveted was open and with the help of former colleagues,” said Yarbrough, “the planets aligned just right to fulfill a lifelong ambition to coach on the great stage of Division I basketball and at an institution I really had been spiritually connected to for some time.” During his three-year tenure in Hammond, Yarbrough has done an excellent job of keeping the program very competitive. His 49 wins in three seasons eclipsed the fastest pace of any coach in Lion history. Additionally, the Lions are the only Division I program in Louisiana to record a winning season the past five years. The program has taken on schools from

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the power conferences and competed well with the likes of Ole Miss, Minnesota and Alabama. More importantly under Yarbrough’s leadership, the Lions have ‘finished the job’ with victories over Mississippi State, Oregon State and Penn State, and although the Lions have not recaptured the historic ride of the 2005 NCAA season, they have stayed in the upper echelon of the rugged Southland Conference. “This is truly an exciting and unprecedented time of growth for our program and this university,” Yarbrough said. “We have work to do to bring all aspect of the program to a

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Troy (71-68)

First win at Southeastern

99

at Mississippi State (57-46)

Lions’ first win over SEC school since 1966-67

100 Spring Hill College (79-65) 104 UTSA (72-68)

1/5/06 3/3/06 11/11/06

Bryant’s jumper helps Lions top Pac-10 Beavers

120 at Penn State (69-66)

12/1/05

Woods’ triple-double helps Lions secure third in SLC

115 at Oregon State (65-63)

11/28/05

First career Southland Conference win

113 at Lamar (89-79)

11/25/05

12/16/06

Cohen’s buzzer-beater stuns Big 10 Nittany Lions

In six seasons as the top assistant at the College of Charleston, Jim Yarbrough helped the Cougars to a 153-28 overall record and an 89-7 mark in the Trans America Athletic (now the Atlantic Sun) and Southern Conferences.

2009-10 Southeastern Louisiana Basketball


Head Coach Jim Yarbrough Jim Yarbrough vs. All Opponents as a head coach beginning with the 2000-01 season at Valdosta State

Opponent Record Alabama-Huntsville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5 Albany State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-0 Arkansas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1 Arkansas Baptist. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 Armstrong Atlantic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-2 Auburn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-2 Barry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0 Belhaven. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 Cal Poly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 Campbellsville . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0 Carver Bible. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-0 Central Arkansas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1 Chicago State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 Christian Brothers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 Clayton State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 Dallas Christian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 Delta State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 Dillard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0 Eckerd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0 Florida Atlantic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1 Florida State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1 Florida Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2 Fort Valley State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 Georgia College and State University. . . . . . . . . . 1-2 Georgia State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1 Harding. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 Henderson State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 Jackson State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 Lamar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3 Lincoln Memorial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3 Lipscomb. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 Louisiana-Monroe. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 LSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-2 McNeese State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1 Miles College. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 Millsaps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-0 Minnesota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-2 Mississippi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1 Mississippi State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 Montevallo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-5 Nicholls State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4 North Alabama. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3 North Florida. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 Northwestern State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6 Nova Southeastern. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0 Oakwood. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 Oregon State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 Paine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 Penn State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 Portland. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 Puerto Rico-Bayamon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0 Puerto Rico-Cayey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-0 Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0 Sam Houston State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4 San Francisco. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1 Selma. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 Shaw. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 South Alabama. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-2 Southeastern Bible. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 Southeastern Florida. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 Southern. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-0 Southern-New Orleans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0 Southern Wesleyan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-0 Spring Hill College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 St. Leo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1 St. Mary’s (Calif.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1 Stephen F. Austin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-5 Tennessee Wesleyan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3 Texas-Arlington. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3 Texas-San Antonio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2 Texas State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1 Texas Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1 Texas Wesleyan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1 Troy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 UC Davis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1 West Alabama . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-2 West Florida. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3 West Georgia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8 William Carey. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 Winston-Salem. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 TOTAL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159-98 (61.9)

steady and reliable foundation and put this program to a steady and reliable foundation and put this program on the basketball map. “But we get closer to the finished product each and every day. Our ‘blueprint’ is defined by tremendous organization and energy to all the details that create a long term tradition – academic excellence, recruiting, personal relationships, player and team development and building ties to the greater community..” Interestingly, some of the coaching opportunities Yarbrough has been offered over the last 22 seasons have been questioned by colleagues and others. “Someone might say ‘can you win there?’,” Yarbrough said. “‘Is that the right level’ or ‘that’s not a whole lot of money?’ And I always smile and begin to explain, ‘have you seen the facilities or do you know the potential here?’” Confident and a builder by nature, Yarbrough can’t help but see the value in each player he coaches and each person he works with, and he realizes every ‘big’ win for the program, in conference or out, and every drop of sweat gets the Lions closer to their desire for ultimate respect and the joy it brings for everyone involved. Named as Southeastern’s 11th head basketball coach on June 23, 2005, Yarbrough brings tremendous energy and a wealth success to the Florida Parishes as both a head coach and assistant after averaging nearly 22 wins per season and earning postseason berths seven times in an 11-year span. “My vision (for Southeastern) is taking that blue print of success that has been hand-

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

In six years as an assistant at the College of Charleston for legendary coach John Kresse (left), Jim Yarbrough helped the Cougars to six conference championships and five berths in the postseason while averaging nearly 26 wins per season.

ed down and applying it here,” Yarbrough said at the time of his hiring. “It’s about being very organized, doing things well, quality, a standard of excellence and keeping a constant intensity level at everything you do.” A native of Tampa, Fla., Yarbrough is married to the former Glynda Burton and they are the parents of two children, daughter Samantha (11) and Jack (8).

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Associate Head Coach Roman Banks Associate Head Coach Seventh Season at Southeastern • Northwestern State (1993)

R Banks At A Glance PERSONAL INFORMATION

Full Name:....................... Roman Patrick Banks Birthdate:..............................October 23, 1969 Birthplace:................................ Shreveport, La. Wife’s Name:......................................Tiffaney Children:.....................Tre’lun (15), Kennedi (9) High School:.......... Captain Shreve High School Bachelor’s Degree:...... Northwestern St., 1993 Major:.................................. Physical Education

PLAYING CAREER

Captain Shreve High School Basketball (1985-87) • McDonald’s All-America nominee • Honorable mention All-State (Class 5A) • All-City Northwestern State Basketball (1987-92) • Second-team All-SLC (1989-90) • Honorable mention All-SLC (1991-92) • Third-team All-Louisiana (1991-92)

COACHING CAREER

2006-present...............Southeastern Louisiana ..................................... (Associate Head Coach) 2003-2006................... Southeastern Louisiana ...............................................(Assistant Coach) 1996-2002.........................Southern University ...............................................(Assistant Coach) 1994-96............ Southern University-Shreveport (Athletic Director/Head Men’s Basketball Coach) 1993-94...................... Green Oaks High School .................................................... (Head Coach)

ASSOCIATIONS

• National Association of Basketball Coaches • Louisiana Association of Basketball Coaches • Black Coaches Association

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oman Banks, who has served as Southeastern Louisiana University’s top men’s assistant basketball coach the past six seasons, begins his fourth year as the Lions’ Associate Head Coach. Banks, who has been part of a staff that has won 106 games since his arrival in 2003, played a vital role in the Lions’ defensive effort in 2004-05 as Southeastern finished fourth in the nation in scoring defense (55.8) and produced the school’s firstever Southland Conference Tournament championship and berth to the NCAA Championships. Since his arrival in Hammond, Banks has played a key role in the recruitment of several of the Lions’ standout players, highlighted by 2005-06 SLC Player of the Year Ricky Woods, along with All-Conference selections Daryl Cohen, Kevyn Green and Terry Bryant. Regarded as one of the top recruiters in the state of Louisiana, Banks spent six seasons as an assistant coach at Southern University where he served as the Jaguars’ chief recruiter. While at Southern, he was responsible for the recruitment of two-time Southwestern Athletic Conference Player of the Year Adarrial Smylie and Dionte Harvey, the 1997-98 SWAC Newcomer of the Year. While at Southern, he was responsible for the recruitment of two-time SWAC Player-of-the-Year Adarrial Smylie and Dionte Harvey, who was named the SWAC Newcomer of the Year in 1997-98. Banks, who played at Northwestern State and was the Demons’ point guard in its upset win against Kentucky at Rupp Arena, finished his career as the school’s all-time leader in assists while ranking second in steals and seventh in scoring. He led the Demons in four categories as a senior in 1991-92, including a 16.2 scoring average, and was named honorable mention All-Southland Conference and was a third-team All-Louisiana selection by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association. Banks was named to the All-Southland Conference second team in 1989-90 after averaging 14.7 points and dishing out a career-high 157 assists helped the Demons

to their first winning season in five years and helped the team establish 23 school records while leading the nation in team scoring averaging 95.0 points per game. Banks started his coaching career at Shreveport’s Green Oaks High School before spending two years at Southern University-Shreveport, where he was the Athletic Director and head men’s basketball coach. A native of Shreveport, Banks was a three-time All-District 2-4A selection at Captain Shreve High School where he averaged 22.7 points and 7.6 assists as a senior in helping lead the Gators to a 28-7 record. Banks, a member of the Louisiana Association of Basketball Coaches, is married to the former Tiffaney McCoy, a school teacher in the Tangipahoa Parish School System. They are the parents of two children, son Tre’lun (15) and daughter Kennedi (9).

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Assistant Coach Larry Cordaro

L Cordaro At A Glance PERSONAL INFORMATION

Full Name:..................... Larry Michael Cordaro Birthdate:.................................. April 10, 1980 Birthplace:..................................... Ruston, La. High School:......................Ruston High School Bachelor’s Degree:.........................LSU, 2002 Major:.............................................Accounting Master’s Degree:............................LSU, 2004 Major:...............................Sports Management

PLAYING CAREER

Ruston High School Ruston, La. Xavier (La.) University Basketball

COACHING CAREER

2006-present.............. Southeastern Louisiana .............................................. (Assistant Coach) 2004-06................................... Texas-Arlington .............................................. (Assistant Coach) 2002-04.................................................... LSU .................... (Director of Basketball Operations) 2001-02.................................................... LSU ............................................(Student Assistant)

ASSOCIATIONS

• National Association of Basketball Coaches

Assistant Coach Fourth Season at Southeastern • LSU (2002)

arry Cordaro begins his fourth season as an assistant coach for Southeastern is no stranger to the Southland Conference. The Ruston, La., native spent two seasons at league rival UT Arlington where he served on former Mavs’ coach Eddie McCarter’s staff. Cordaro became one of the youngest Division I coaches in the country when he was hired by McCarter in 2004-05. UTA reached the Southland Conference Tournament both seasons that Cordaro was in the Metroplex and placed two members - Steven Thomas and Jarrett Howell – on the 2005-06 All-SLC squad. Among his duties with the Mavericks included serving as the camp director of the UTA Men's Basketball Camp, which saw a 40 percent increase in attendance in his first season. Before his stop at UTA, Cordaro was Director of Basketball Operations at LSU for two seasons where he assisted with oncampus recruiting, academic monitoring, coordinating pre-game meals and organizing meetings with the LSU men's basketball booster club. Cordaro also served as the co-director of John Brady's basketball camps and served as the video coordinator during the season. Cordaro began as a student assistant for the Tigers in 2001 and in three years assisting, LSU reached the post-season every season with one NCAA Tournament appearance and two NIT berths. Cordaro brought a vast knowledge of summer camp operations, working with some of college basketball's most knowledgeable coaches after working at The University of Miami (Fla.), Arizona, UAB, Birmingham-Southern, New Orleans, Texas, Middle Tennessee, LSU and Joe Dean, Jr.'s Dixie Basketball Camp. Cordaro played basketball at Ruston High School, where he graduated in 1998. He was a member of the Xavier University men's basketball team before transferring to LSU where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting in 2002 and a master of science in sport management in 2004.

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

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Assistant Coach Alex Hausladen

A Hausladen At A Glance PERSONAL INFORMATION

Full Name:............ Alexander Daniel Hausladen Birthdate:............................. January 10, 1984 Birthplace:.............................. Milwaukee, Wis. High School:............ Marquette University High Bachelor’s Degree:................. Arkansas, 2006 Major:...................................................History Master’s Degree:.......Christian Brothers, 2008 Major:...............................................Education

COACHING CAREER

2009-10.........................Southeastern Louisiana .............................................. (Assistant Coach) 2007-09................................Christian Brothers .............................................. (Assistant Coach) 2006-07...................... University of the Ozarks .............................................. (Assistant Coach)

ASSOCIATIONS

• National Association of Basketball Coaches

Assistant Coach First Year at Southeastern • Arkansas (2006)

lex Hausladen, a native of Milwaukee, Wis., and former assistant at Christian Brothers University, enters his first season as an assistant coach on the Southeastern coaching staff. Prior to his arrival in Hammond, Hausladen spent the past two seasons at CBU, helping the Bucs to a two-year record of 47-17, the 2009 South Region championship and a pair of NCAA Division II Tournament berths. During his stint at the Memphis school, Hausladen coached one first-team All-America selection, four AllRegion selections, the 2009 South Region and Gulf South Conference-West Division Player of the Year. In Hausladen's final season at CBU, the Bucs posted a 25-7 record in 2008-09 and led Division II in scoring defense allowing 56.2 points per game. Before his position at CBU, Hausladen spent one season at the University of the Ozarks, an NCAA Division III school in Clarksville, Ark. At Ozarks, he coached post players in addition to film exchange, recruiting and scouting. Hausladen graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2006 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History. While in Fayetteville, Hausladen spent four seasons on the men's basketball staff under Stan Heath. He was Head Student Manager for his final two seasons and also served as the Razorbacks'

Video Coordinator. Hausladen has coached at numerous summer basketball camps across the country, including Arkansas, Arkansas State, Lipscomb, Marquette, Maryland, Memphis, Wake Forest and Wisconsin. He completed his Master of Education degree from CBU in December of 2008. Hausladen attended Marquette University High School in Milwaukee, where he spent three seasons as a student assistant coach.

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Curtis Matherne Student Assistant

Casey Apetrei Student Assistant

Josh Miller Strength and Conditioning

Kayla Barnes Office Staff

Misha Rebector Office Staff

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Basketball Support Staff

Nate Borget

BASKETBALL ATHLETIC TRAINER

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athan Borget begins his first year as an Assistant Athletic Trainer for Southeastern. He will serve primarily with the men's basketball team. Borget, a 2006 graduate from East Carolina University, served as a graduate assistant at ECU spending the 2008-09 campaign with the cross country and track teams. He spent the 2007-08 season with the Pirates' Swimming and Diving programs and worked with the nationally-ranked football team during preseason drills. As an undergraduate at ECU, Borget accrued over 1,200 clinical hours with six varsity sports. He spent four summers as a first responder/camp

Scott Reeves

DIRECTOR OF SPORT PERFORMANCE

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cott Reeves, who oversaw the development of over 30 future players in the NFL, begins his first season as the school’s Director of Sport Performance. Reeves, brings over 17 years of collegiate coaching experience to Southeastern with previous stops at Texas A&M, Rice, Kansas State, SMU and TCU. From 1996-2006, Reeves was the Director of Strength and Conditioning at Rice where he established and implemented all football workouts for the Owls. Most recently, Reeves was an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Texas A&M, where the Aggies participated in 2007 Alamo Bowl. Prior to his stint at Rice, Reeves spent the 1995 season at Kansas State as an assistant strength and conditioning coach for football and was a member of the football staff that guided K-State to the 1995 Holiday Bowl. Reeves spent two years at SMU as assistant strength and conditioning coach for football and was the Mustangs’ coordinator for women’s bas-

Matt Sullivan BASKETBALL CONTACT

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att Sullivan begins his 10th year at Southeastern and his third as Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations. Sullivan is responsible for complete oversight of the sports information department at Southeastern including managing the publicity efforts for the Lions’ 15 intercollegiate athletic programs and serving as the athletic department’s media liaison. A 1994 graduate of Southeastern, Sullivan returned to Hammond in July of 2000 as Assistant Sports Information Director before being promoted to Associate Director of Media Relations in 2003.

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

administrator with Varsity, Inc. Summer Camps. Borget earned bechelor degrees in Athletic Training and Health Education from ECU and a Masters in Health Education from ECU in 2009. He was a Dean's List and Honor Roll student at ECU and is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. He is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers Association, the Mid-Atlantic Trainers Association and the North Carolina Athletic Trainers Association. Borget is a licensed health educator in North Carolina and is certified in CPR/AED from the American Red Cross.

ketball and men’s and women’s soccer. Reeves began his coaching career in 1991 as a graduate assistant at TCU before moving into strength and conditioning at the school in 1992. Reeves earned his Bachelor’s degree in Human Performance and Health Science from Rice in 1990 and was awarded a Master’s degree in Physical Education/Motor Control and Development from TCU in 1992. He was recognized as the NSCA Strength and Conditioning Professional of the Year for the Western Athletic Conference in 1999 and was named a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach (MSCC) in 2008. Reeves is a member of the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa), the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), USA Weightlifting, the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) and Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA). He has received certifications from several organizations, including USAW Sport Performance, Strength and Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC), Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and USAW Club Coaches. Reeves, a native of Grand Prairie, Texas, is married to the former Tomara Moore and they are the parents of three children. Sullivan spent two years at Samford University in Birmingham, Ala., where he handled day-to-day publicity for the Bulldogs’ 17 Division I athletic programs, including football, baseball and men’s basketball, which earned berths in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships in 1999 and 2000. Prior to his stint at Samford, Sullivan served as a graduate assistant in the Southeastern SID office where he covered baseball and soccer. He joined the department in 1994 as a student intern under longtime SID Larry Hymel and was a freelance writer covering high school, college and club athletics for the Baton Rouge Morning Advocate. A native of Baton Rouge, Sullivan is a member of CoSIDA and the Louisiana Sports Writer’s Association. He resides in Slidell with his wife, Stephanie, also a Southeastern graduate, and son Matthew (10).

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2008-09 Statistics/Results FIELD GOALS 3-PTS REBOUNDS Player GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct OR-DR-TR Kevyn Green 14-13 397-28.4 95-199 .477 43-101 .426 36-48 .750 11-34-45 Patrick Sullivan 30-28 814-27.1 149-259 .575 0-0 .000 64-96 .667 67-143-210 Warrell Span 30-22 863-28.8 142-290 .490 11-30 .367 31-57 .544 58-143-201 Damon Forest 22-3 438-19.9 65-166 .392 30-95 .316 49-68 .721 16-36-52 Chris Cyprian 29-26 683-23.6 91-211 .431 36-108 .333 33-47 .702 27-66-93 Brandon Fortenberry 30-28 875-29.2 85-204 .417 33-99 .333 47-67 .701 8-63-71 Robert Tibbs 29-2 515-17.8 57-115 .496 10-32 .313 36-58 .621 31-36-67 DeShawn Patterson 30-18 605-20.2 36-100 .360 9-29 .310 21-35 .600 20-55-75 Antonio Pope 28-4 276-9.9 38-67 .567 0-0 .000 9-31 .290 30-40-70 David Ndoumba 30-6 399-13.3 27-52 .519 0-1 .000 23-39 .590 31-74-105 Jeremy Dunbar 7-0 92-13.1 6-28 .214 5-21 .238 0-0 .000 1-4-5 Daren Hankins 7-0 11-1.6 3-3 1.000 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0-0 Cory Richard 6-0 14-2.3 0-4 .000 0-2 .000 4-4 1.000 0-0-0 Stephen Burches 13-0 43-3.3 3-9 .333 1-4 .250 0-1 .000 2-3-5 TEAM 36-52-88 Total 30 797-1707 .467 180-524 .344 353-551 .641 338-749-1087 Opponents 30 688-1679 .410 176-491 .358 455-676 .673 354-672-1026 SCORE BY PERIODS: Southeastern Louisiana Opponents

1st 1041 924

2nd 1076 1069

OT 10 14

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: Southeastern Louisiana Opponents

OFF 94 101

DEF 7 5

TOTAL 101 106

Avg PF-FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg. 3.2 21-0 18 19 3 9 269 19.2 7.0 91-2 43 69 64 17 362 12.1 6.7 62-1 46 57 5 24 326 10.9 2.4 44-0 11 26 6 16 209 9.5 3.2 79-4 65 52 3 39 251 8.7 2.4 72-1 120 79 6 30 250 8.3 2.3 55-0 31 34 5 18 160 5.5 2.5 54-1 77 53 6 24 102 3.4 2.5 41-0 9 17 9 12 85 3.0 3.5 41-1 12 10 22 6 77 2.6 0.7 11-0 7 4 1 2 17 2.4 0.0 1-0 0 0 0 0 8 1.1 0.0 4-0 4 4 0 1 4 0.7 0.4 8-0 5 3 0 2 7 0.5 2.9 2 2 36.2 586-10 448 429 130 200 2127 70.9 34.2 513-7 362 425 89 188 2007 66.9

Total 2127 2007

DATE OPPONENT RESULT SCORE ATTEND HIGH POINTS Nov. 14 at Arkansas L (ot) 87-91 13200 (21) Kevyn Green Nov. 17 MILES COLLEGE W 95-69 1023 (19) Kevyn Green Nov. 20 at Lipscomb L 58-70 989 (26) Kevyn Green Nov. 25 at Texas Tech L 63-74 9493 (13) Brandon Fortenberry Nov. 29 DILLARD W 99-59 731 (30) Kevyn Green Dec. 2 at Southern W 84-75 368 (25) Kevyn Green Dec. 6 SOUTHERN-NEW ORLEANS W 108-51 613 (22) Robert Tibbs Dec. 13 at Florida Atlantic L 58-72 873 (19) Patrick Sullivan Dec. 16 MILLSAPS COLLEGE W 85-56 1226 (17) Kevyn Green Dec. 20 JACKSON STATE W 70-51 591 (18) Kevyn Green (18) Patrick Sullivan Dec. 23 at Minnesota L 71-80 12625 (22) Kevyn Green Dec. 31 at Auburn L 65-77 3392 (17) Kevyn Green Jan. 3 at LSU L 61-90 9310 (17) Patrick Sullivan Jan. 10 * at Lamar L 65-76 3487 (24) Kevyn Green Jan. 14 * NORTHWESTERN STATE W 84-59 1269 (19) Chris Cyprian (19) Patrick Sullivan Jan. 17 * at Sam Houston State L 62-73 1173 (12) Chris Cyprian Jan. 21 * McNEESE STATE W 52-49 1729 (17) Chris Cyprian Jan. 24 * STEPHEN F. AUSTIN L 49-60 1063 (14) Warrell Span Jan. 28 * at Central Arkansas W 75-64 827 (22) Patrick Sullivan Jan. 31 * NICHOLLS STATE L 65-68 1051 (14) Chris Cyprian Feb. 4 * at Texas State L 82-84 1713 (15) Damon Forest Feb. 7 * UTSA L 61-66 913 (22) Damon Forest Feb. 14 * at Nicholls State L 50-52 1392 (15) Damon Forest Feb. 18 * UT ARLINGTON L 66-70 938 (20) Patrick Sullivan Feb. 21 * at Stephen F. Austin L 38-45 2836 (11) Brandon Fortenberry (11) Warrell Span Feb. 25 * A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI W 70-68 818 (17) Patrick Sullivan Feb. 28 * CENTRAL ARKANSAS W 98-61 1307 (26) Damon Forest Mar. 4 * at McNeese State W 71-61 832 (17) Patrick Sullivan Mar. 7 * at Northwestern State W 79-69 1403 (20) Brandon Fortenberry Mar. 12 # vs. Stephen F. Austin L 56-67 968 (13) Brandon Fortenberry

HIGH REBOUNDS (11) Patrick Sullivan (11) Warrell Span (6) Warrell Span (12) Warrell Span (11) Robert Tibbs (12) Patrick Sullivan (12) Patrick Sullivan (10) Patrick Sullivan (8) Warrell Span (12) Patrick Sullivan (9) Patrick Sullivan (8) Warrell Span (9) Warrell Span (7) David Ndoumba (5) Warrell Span (5) Chris Cyprian (10) Patrick Sullivan (10) David Ndoumba (7) Patrick Sullivan (12) Patrick Sullivan (4) Damon Forest (8) Patrick Sullivan (12) David Ndoumba (4) Warrell Span (4) DeShawn Patterson (7) Warrell Span (8) Warrell Span (6) Patrick Sullivan (6) Warrell Span (10) Patrick Sullivan (7) Patrick Sullivan (15) Warrell Span (7) Warrell Span

* - Southland Conference game # - 2009 State Farm Southland Conference Tournament (Katy, Texas)

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Team Game-by-Game TOTAL 3-PTRS REBOUNDS Opponent Date FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot SOUTHEASTERN 11/14 34 69 .493 6 14 .429 13 26 .500 9 36 45 at Arkansas 30 70 .429 7 17 .412 24 42 .571 15 34 49 SOUTHEASTERN 11/17 35 75 .467 8 20 .400 17 22 .773 22 35 57 vs. Miles College 24 71 .338 9 28 .321 12 12 1.000 11 21 32 SOUTHEASTERN 11/20 23 55 .418 8 22 .364 4 8 .500 6 14 20 at Lipscomb 24 48 .500 4 11 .364 18 24 .750 12 29 41 SOUTHEASTERN 11/25 26 69 .377 5 15 .333 6 10 .600 10 25 35 at Texas Tech 26 55 .473 6 14 .429 16 24 .667 9 35 44 SOUTHEASTERN 11/29 35 57 .614 9 19 .474 20 23 .870 10 34 44 vs. Dillard 25 67 .373 3 14 .214 6 15 .400 12 12 24 SOUTHEASTERN 12/02 37 69 .536 7 18 .389 3 7 .429 14 24 38 at Southern 25 61 .410 10 15 .667 15 22 .682 15 20 35 SOUTHEASTERN 12/06 44 80 .550 12 28 .429 8 14 .571 26 30 56 vs. Southern-New Orleans 19 52 .365 3 10 .300 10 23 .435 7 13 20 SOUTHEASTERN 12/13 23 56 .411 1 11 .091 11 18 .611 16 16 32 at Florida Atlantic 29 49 .592 2 8 .250 12 20 .600 10 21 31 SOUTHEASTERN 12/16 32 52 .615 9 24 .375 12 17 .706 11 22 33 vs. Millsaps College 21 50 .420 7 23 .304 7 8 .875 8 13 21 JACKSON STATE 12/20 25 54 .463 7 17 .412 13 18 .722 12 30 42 vs. Jackson State 20 59 .339 1 14 .071 10 16 .625 12 20 32 SOUTHEASTERN 12/23 27 56 .482 5 18 .278 12 14 .857 10 21 31 at Minnesota 29 56 .518 8 18 .444 14 19 .737 8 20 28 SOUTHEASTERN 12/31 23 56 .411 8 21 .381 11 26 .423 17 22 39 at Auburn 22 56 .393 6 17 .353 27 39 .692 17 24 41 SOUTHEASTERN 01/03 24 52 .462 2 8 .250 11 20 .550 11 23 34 at LSU 31 66 .470 7 18 .389 21 34 .618 16 21 37 SOUTHEASTERN 01/10 25 64 .391 7 16 .438 8 13 .615 12 24 36 at Lamar * 27 60 .450 10 21 .476 12 15 .800 11 30 41 SOUTHEASTERN 01/14 30 48 .625 7 15 .467 17 26 .654 5 26 31 vs. Northwestern State * 19 60 .317 4 14 .286 17 26 .654 19 17 36 SOUTHEASTERN 01/17 21 46 .457 5 20 .250 15 23 .652 6 23 29 at Sam Houston State * 22 51 .431 8 18 .444 21 29 .724 11 21 32 SOUTHEASTERN 01/21 20 58 .345 5 20 .250 7 13 .538 12 27 39 vs. McNeese State * 18 57 .316 4 14 .286 9 12 .750 13 30 43 SOUTHEASTERN 01/24 16 42 .381 4 16 .250 13 16 .813 5 24 29 vs. Stephen F. Austin * 22 54 .407 5 13 .385 11 18 .611 13 22 35 SOUTHEASTERN 01/28 28 59 .475 3 16 .188 16 25 .640 16 32 48 at Central Arkansas * 21 63 .333 7 23 .304 15 24 .625 16 19 35 SOUTHEASTERN 01/31 22 38 .579 5 13 .385 16 26 .615 3 14 17 vs. Nicholls State * 17 38 .447 3 11 .273 31 43 .721 11 17 28 SOUTHEASTERN 02/04 29 50 .580 8 21 .381 16 28 .571 9 25 34 at Texas State * 27 62 .435 7 19 .368 23 35 .657 16 15 31 SOUTHEASTERN 02/07 25 64 .391 6 19 .316 5 10 .500 17 29 46 vs. UTSA * 24 57 .421 7 22 .318 11 20 .550 11 25 36 SOUTHEASTERN 02/14 19 37 .514 6 15 .400 6 9 .667 3 18 21 at Nicholls State * 16 43 .372 10 23 .435 10 14 .714 11 17 28 SOUTHEASTERN 02/18 23 61 .377 9 28 .321 11 13 .846 6 22 28 vs. UT Arlington * 28 56 .500 5 14 .357 9 16 .563 10 33 43 SOUTHEASTERN 02/21 15 52 .288 3 15 .200 5 11 .455 7 25 32 at Stephen F. Austin * 18 47 .383 2 12 .167 7 11 .636 7 32 39 SOUTHEASTERN 02/25 26 56 .464 4 17 .235 14 22 .636 11 21 32 vs. A&M-Corpus Christi * 20 47 .426 5 12 .417 23 29 .793 7 24 31 SOUTHEASTERN 02/28 38 56 .679 10 19 .526 12 19 .632 8 28 36 vs. Central Arkansas * 16 50 .320 4 15 .267 25 32 .781 9 12 21 SOUTHEASTERN 03/04 25 57 .439 4 11 .364 17 22 .773 14 25 39 at McNeese State * 21 56 .375 3 11 .273 16 22 .727 14 21 35 SOUTHEASTERN 03/07 28 66 .424 5 17 .294 18 30 .600 18 36 54 at Northwestern State * 27 66 .409 8 19 .421 7 15 .467 8 28 36 SOUTHEASTERN 03/12 19 53 .358 2 11 .182 16 22 .727 12 18 30 vs. Stephen F. Austin # 20 52 .385 11 23 .478 16 17 .941 15 26 41

PF 28 21 15 22 24 16 20 17 16 16 17 12 16 8 19 17 16 18 17 17 20 15 25 22 20 15 17 16 22 19 25 21 13 13 15 14 20 21 33 26 28 23 20 13 17 15 15 14 14 9 20 17 25 16 17 19 15 23 17 18

A 16 12 23 10 10 12 11 15 25 8 19 14 27 7 7 16 23 14 18 12 17 19 14 10 13 10 15 21 21 10 19 18 12 11 8 13 12 8 13 8 19 13 15 10 9 13 16 16 6 9 13 11 23 6 4 6 11 18 9 12

TO 14 13 19 22 14 16 12 17 19 18 12 13 17 21 13 12 17 18 16 15 14 10 22 19 18 5 12 15 20 22 15 13 12 16 13 9 12 10 15 12 17 10 16 12 17 15 6 13 13 18 9 10 12 12 12 14 13 12 8 13

Blk 11 4 4 3 6 4 0 7 2 1 4 7 6 5 2 2 2 1 5 3 3 6 7 0 3 4 6 6 7 1 2 1 2 5 6 1 10 4 2 0 5 2 6 4 2 0 7 4 1 2 5 4 5 1 2 1 4 5 3 1

Stl Pts 4 87 6 91 9 95 5 69 5 58 10 70 12 63 7 74 8 99 3 59 7 84 0 75 14 108 7 51 3 58 3 72 7 85 3 56 6 70 12 51 5 71 9 80 8 65 12 77 3 61 11 90 6 65 4 76 9 84 7 59 6 62 11 73 7 52 3 49 4 49 5 60 7 75 3 64 4 65 5 68 4 82 8 84 4 61 8 66 3 50 9 52 9 66 3 70 16 38 7 45 5 70 6 68 3 98 3 61 8 71 4 61 9 79 8 69 5 56 6 67

* - Southland Conference game; # - Southland Conference Tournament (Katy, Texas)

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

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Points-Rebounds-Assists Opponent at Arkansas MILES COLLEGE at Lipscomb at Texas Tech DILLARD at Southern SOUTHERN-NEW ORLEANS at Florida Atlantic MILLSAPS COLLEGE JACKSON STATE at Minnesota at Auburn at LSU at Lamar NORTHWESTERN STATE at Sam Houston State MCNEESE STATE STEPHEN F. AUSTIN at Central Arkansas NICHOLLS STATE at Texas State UTSA at Nicholls State UT ARLINGTON at Stephen F. Austin A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI CENTRAL ARKANSAS at McNeese State at Northwestern State vs Stephen F. Austin

Date 11/14 11/17 11/20 11/25 11/29 12/02 12/06 12/13 12/16 12/20 12/23 12/31 01/03 01/10 01/14 01/17 01/21 01/24 01/28 01/31 02/04 02/07 02/14 02/18 02/21 02/25 02/28 03/04 03/07 03/12

Score 87-91 95-69 58-70 63-74 99-59 84-75 108-51 58-72 85-56 70-51 71-80 65-77 61-90 65-76 84-59 62-73 52-49 49-60 75-64 65-68 82-84 61-66 50-52 66-70 38-45 70-68 98-61 71-61 79-69 56-67

WL LOT W L L W W W L W W L L L L W L W L W L L L L L L W W W W L

Span 20-7-2 16-11-3 6-6-1 11-12-0 6-6-3 16-4-0 12-5-2 10-4-0 15-8-1 8-10-2 9-5-1 8-8-0 12-9-2 14-5-1 7-5-4 7-6-2 6-8-1 14-5-1 13-6-1 8-3-3 2-3-4 6-6-1 7-4-1 11-7-3 11-8-1 16-6-1 16-6-1 12-6-0 16-15-1 11-7-3

Green 21-6-0 19-4-0 26-1-0 9-2-0 30-3-1 25-4-0 20-4-1 15-3-2 17-4-1 18-4-4 22-4-3 17-2-3 6-1-3 24-3-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

Sullivan Fortenberry Richard 12-11-1 7-1-3 DNP 10-6-2 6-6-8 0-0-0 6-3-1 4-0-3 DNP 8-5-0 13-0-3 DNP 13-7-1 6-3-9 4-0-0 14-12-1 7-5-9 DNP 8-12-2 14-4-4 0-0-2 19-10-1 2-2-1 DNP 11-4-0 0-1-10 0-0-0 18-12-2 7-3-3 DNP 15-9-4 8-0-3 DNP 6-4-2 5-3-4 DNP 17-5-0 10-3-4 DNP 8-4-1 7-2-6 DNP 19-4-1 16-2-4 DNP 9-10-1 5-0-3 DNP 3-4-0 7-5-1 DNP 13-7-3 7-2-2 DNP 22-12-3 5-3-3 DNP 9-2-4 5-1-1 DNP 8-8-0 6-4-6 DNP 6-5-1 14-3-8 DNP 13-3-3 9-2-2 0-0-0 20-5-3 14-1-5 DNP 8-5-1 11-4-2 DNP 17-6-2 3-0-4 DNP 10-10-1 8-1-5 0-0-2 17-7-1 11-4-0 DNP 12-14-1 20-3-1 DNP 11-4-0 13-3-3 DNP

Opponent at Arkansas MILES COLLEGE at Lipscomb at Texas Tech DILLARD at Southern SOUTHERN-NEW ORLEANS at Florida Atlantic MILLSAPS COLLEGE JACKSON STATE at Minnesota at Auburn at LSU at Lamar NORTHWESTERN STATE at Sam Houston State MCNEESE STATE STEPHEN F. AUSTIN at Central Arkansas NICHOLLS STATE at Texas State UTSA at Nicholls State UT ARLINGTON at Stephen F. Austin A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI CENTRAL ARKANSAS at McNeese State at Northwestern State vs Stephen F. Austin

Date 11/14 11/17 11/20 11/25 11/29 12/02 12/06 12/13 12/16 12/20 12/23 12/31 01/03 01/10 01/14 01/17 01/21 01/24 01/28 01/31 02/04 02/07 02/14 02/18 02/21 02/25 02/28 03/04 03/07 03/12

Score 87-91 95-69 58-70 63-74 99-59 84-75 108-51 58-72 85-56 70-51 71-80 65-77 61-90 65-76 84-59 62-73 52-49 49-60 75-64 65-68 82-84 61-66 50-52 66-70 38-45 70-68 98-61 71-61 79-69 56-67

WL Ndoumba Dunbar LOT 0-2-0 8-0-1 W 0-5-0 3-0-1 L 0-2-0 3-1-1 L 3-1-1 0-0-0 W 2-5-2 3-2-1 W 0-0-0 0-0-0 W 3-8-2 0-2-3 L 1-0-0 DNP W 2-2-1 DNP W 0-2-1 DNP L 0-1-0 DNP L 3-5-0 DNP L 0-3-0 DNP L 2-7-2 DNP W 0-3-0 DNP L 7-1-0 DNP W 7-10-0 DNP L 4-4-0 DNP W 0-1-0 DNP L 4-1-0 DNP L 10-7-0 DNP L 0-12-0 DNP L 2-2-0 DNP L 0-2-1 DNP L 0-1-0 DNP W 7-4-0 DNP W 12-3-2 DNP W 4-4-0 DNP W 0-4-0 DNP L 4-3-0 DNP

Forest DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 7-1-0 15-0-1 2-1-0 0-2-1 DNP 5-1-0 0-0-0 7-3-0 8-3-0 0-0-1 4-2-0 10-4-0 11-4-0 15-5-3 22-4-0 15-3-0 13-4-2 4-3-0 10-2-2 26-3-0 12-2-0 15-3-1 8-2-0

Hankins DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP 3-0-0 DNP 2-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 3-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP

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Cyprian 4-3-3 13-5-1 7-2-0 10-1-2 16-1-2 11-1-4 11-3-4 0-3-2 6-3-1 13-3-3 3-0-1 12-7-2 3-3-1 5-4-1 19-5-6 12-3-5 17-8-5 5-6-2 8-5-4 14-2-3 12-1-2 DNP 2-3-1 8-5-2 3-2-0 10-4-1 11-0-3 4-4-1 9-4-2 3-2-1

Tibbs Burches Patterson 11-6-1 DNP 4-5-5 7-2-1 0-0-1 17-8-6 6-0-1 DNP 0-2-3 5-1-1 DNP 0-3-3 8-11-2 0-0-1 2-1-3 4-1-2 DNP 2-5-1 22-3-1 3-0-1 2-4-5 0-1-0 DNP 0-0-1 11-3-1 0-0-0 0-2-7 0-2-0 0-0-0 0-1-2 7-1-1 DNP 3-2-2 10-0-1 DNP 4-2-2 DNP DNP 4-0-3 3-5-3 DNP 2-2-1 6-3-0 0-0-0 6-2-6 8-3-2 DNP 5-1-6 3-2-1 DNP 9-1-3 0-0-0 DNP 2-1-0 7-5-1 DNP 5-4-0 8-1-0 0-0-0 5-3-0 13-0-0 0-1-0 8-2-3 7-4-1 0-0-0 0-3-3 0-0-0 DNP 2-4-2 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-2-0 1-0-0 0-3-0 0-2-2 5-2-2 DNP 2-1-1 2-3-5 2-0-0 2-2-4 0-1-1 DNP 11-5-1 4-3-1 2-1-2 1-3-2 2-3-2 DNP 4-2-0

Pope 0-1-0 4-7-0 DNP 4-7-1 6-1-0 5-4-2 11-8-0 4-1-0 8-4-0 4-2-1 4-3-1 0-4-0 4-3-0 0-1-0 4-3-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 5-2-0 1-0-2 8-3-1 6-5-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-0 0-2-0 6-5-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 DNP

2009-10 Southeastern Louisiana Basketball


Team/Individual Superlatives Points Field Goals Made Field Goal Attempts Field Goal Percentage (min. 5 made) 3-Point FG Made 3-Point FG Attempts 3-Pt FG Pct (min. 2 made) Free Throws Made Free Throw Attempts Free Throw Percentage (min. 3 made) Rebounds Assists Steals Blocked Shots Turnovers

Southeastern Louisiana - TEAM GAME HIGHS

POINTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108, SOUTHERN-NEW ORLEANS (12/6/08) FIELD GOALS MADE . . . . . . . . . . 44, SOUTHERN-NEW ORLEANS (12/6/08) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS . . . . . . . 80, SOUTHERN-NEW ORLEANS (12/6/08) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE . .679 (38-56), CENTRAL ARKANSAS (2/28/09) 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE . . . . . 12, SOUTHERN-NEW ORLEANS (12/6/08) 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28, UT ARLINGTON (2/18/09) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28, SOUTHERN-NEW ORLEANS (12/6/08) 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE . . . . . .526 (10-19), CENTRAL ARKANSAS (2/28/09) FREE THROWS MADE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20, DILLARD (11/29/08) FREE THROW ATTEMPTS . . . . . . . . . . . 30, at Northwestern State (3/7/09) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE . . . . . . . . .870 (20-23), DILLARD (11/29/08) REBOUNDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57, MILES COLLEGE (11/17/08) ASSISTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27, SOUTHERN-NEW ORLEANS (12/6/08) STEALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16, at Stephen F. Austin (2/21/09) BLOCKED SHOTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11, at Arkansas (11/14/08) TURNOVERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22, at Auburn (12/31/08) FOULS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33, NICHOLLS STATE (1/31/09)

Opponent - GAME HIGHS

POINTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91, at Arkansas (11/14/08) FIELD GOALS MADE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31, at LSU (1/3/09) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71, MILES COLLEGE (11/17/08) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE . . . .592 (29-49), at Florida Atlantic (12/13/08) 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE . . . . . . . . . . . 11, vs Stephen F. Austin (3/12/09) 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28, MILES COLLEGE (11/17/08) 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . .667 (10-15), at Southern (12/2/08) FREE THROWS MADE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31, NICHOLLS STATE (1/31/09) FREE THROW ATTEMPTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43, NICHOLLS STATE (1/31/09) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE . . 1.000 (12-12), MILES COLLEGE (11/17/08) REBOUNDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49, at Arkansas (11/14/08) ASSISTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21, at Lamar (1/10/09) STEALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, at Auburn (12/31/08) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, JACKSON STATE (12/20/08) BLOCKED SHOTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, at Southern (12/2/08) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, at Texas Tech (11/25/08) TURNOVERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22, NORTHWESTERN STATE (1/14/09) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22, MILES COLLEGE (11/17/08) FOULS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26, NICHOLLS STATE (1/31/09)

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

30, Kevyn Green vs. Dillard 11, Kevyn Green vs. Dillard 20, Kevyn Green at Southern 1.000 (5-5), Chris Cyprian at Southern 6, Damon Forest vs. Central Arkansas 13, Kevyn Green at Southern 1.000 (3-3), DeShawn Patterson vs. Miles College 8, Chris Cyprian vs. Dillard 12, Damon Forest at Northwestern State 1.000 (8-8), Chris Cyprian vs. Dillard 15, Warrell Span at Northwestern State 10, Brandon Fortenberry vs. Millsaps College 4, Chris Cyprian at Northwestern State 4, Warrell Span at Stephen F. Austin 4, DeShawn Patterson at Stephen F. Austin 4, Damon Forest vs. UT Arlington 4, DeShawn Patterson vs. UTSA 4, Warrell Span at Texas Tech 6, Patrick Sullivan at Arkansas 7, Brandon Fortenberry at Lipscomb

(11/29/08) (11/29/08) (12/02/08) (12/02/08) (02/28/09) (12/02/08) (11/17/08) (11/29/08) (03/07/09) (11/29/08) (03/07/09) (12/16/08) (03/07/09) (02/21/09) (02/21/09) (02/18/09) (02/07/09) (11/25/08) (11/14/08) (11/20/08)

Southeastern Louisiana - GAME LOWS

POINTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38, at Stephen F. Austin (2/21/09) FIELD GOALS MADE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15, at Stephen F. Austin (2/21/09) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37, at Nicholls State (2/14/09) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE . . .288 (15-52), at Stephen F. Austin (2/21/09) 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, at Florida Atlantic (12/13/08) 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, at LSU (1/3/09) 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE . . . . . . . . .091 (1-11), at Florida Atlantic (12/13/08) FREE THROWS MADE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, at Southern (12/2/08) FREE THROW ATTEMPTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, at Southern (12/2/08) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE . . . . . . . . .423 (11-26), at Auburn (12/31/08) REBOUNDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17, NICHOLLS STATE (1/31/09) ASSISTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, at McNeese State (3/4/09) STEALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, at Florida Atlantic (12/13/08) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, at LSU (1/3/09) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3,at Nicholls State (2/14/09) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, CENTRAL ARKANSAS (2/28/09) BLOCKED SHOTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0, at Texas Tech (11/25/08) TURNOVERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, UT ARLINGTON (2/18/09) FOULS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13, MCNEESE STATE (1/21/09)

Opponent - GAME LOWS

POINTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45, at Stephen F. Austin (2/21/09) FIELD GOALS MADE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16, at Nicholls State (2/14/09) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16, CENTRAL ARKANSAS (2/28/09) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38, NICHOLLS STATE (1/31/09) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE . . . . .316 (18-57), MCNEESE STATE (1/21/09) 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, JACKSON STATE (12/20/08) 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, at Florida Atlantic (12/13/08) 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE . . . . . . . . . .071 (1-14), JACKSON STATE (12/20/08) FREE THROWS MADE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, DILLARD (11/29/08) FREE THROW ATTEMPTS . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, MILLSAPS COLLEGE (12/16/08) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE . . . . . . . . . .400 (6-15), DILLARD (11/29/08) REBOUNDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20, SOUTHERN-NEW ORLEANS (12/6/08) ASSISTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, CENTRAL ARKANSAS (2/28/09) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, at McNeese State (3/4/09) STEALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0, at Southern (12/2/08) BLOCKED SHOTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0, at Auburn (12/31/08) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0, NICHOLLS STATE (1/31/09) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0, at Nicholls State (2/14/09) TURNOVERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, at LSU (1/3/09) FOULS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, SOUTHERN-NEW ORLEANS (12/6/08)

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Team Statistics EAST DIVISION STANDINGS Stephen F. Austin Nicholls State Southeastern McNeese State Northwestern State Central Arkansas

SOUTHLAND W-L Pct PF 13-3 .813 980 12-4 .750 1008 7-9 .438 1067 5-11 .313 997 3-13 .188 1070 3-13 .188 978

PA 856 944 1025 1045 1258 1162

OVERALL W-L Pct PF 24-8 .750 2099 20-11 .645 2029 13-17 .433 2127 11-18 .379 1853 11-20 .355 2188 10-19 .345 1841

PA 1795 1866 2007 1865 2475 2008

WEST DIVISION STANDINGS Sam Houston State A&M-Corpus Christi UT Arlington UTSA Texas State Lamar

SOUTHLAND W-L Pct PF 12-4 .750 1267 11-5 .688 1139 9-7 .563 1270 8-8 .500 1179 7-9 .438 1195 6-10 .375 1115

PA 1143 1048 1223 1189 1217 1155

OVERALL W-L Pct PF 18-12 .600 2279 18-15 .545 2255 16-14 .533 2341 19-13 .594 2404 14-16 .467 2445 15-15 .500 2198

PA 2078 2228 2223 2285 2319 2156

SCORING OFFENSE

## Team 1. Texas State 2. UT Arlington 3. Sam Houston State 4. UTSA 5. Lamar 6. Southeastern La. 7. Northwestern State 8. A&M-Corpus Christi 9. Stephen F. Austin 10. Nicholls State 11. McNeese State 12. Central Arkansas

SCORING DEFENSE

## Team 1. Stephen F. Austin 2. Nicholls State 3. McNeese State 4. Southeastern La. 5. A&M-Corpus Christi 6. Central Arkansas 7. Sam Houston State 8. UTSA 9. Lamar 10. UT Arlington 11. Texas State 12. Northwestern State

SCORING MARGIN

## Team 1. Stephen F. Austin 2. Sam Houston State 3. Nicholls State 4. Texas State 5. Southeastern La. 6. UT Arlington 7. UTSA 8. Lamar 9. A&M-Corpus Christi 10. McNeese State 11. Central Arkansas 12. Northwestern State

G 30 30 30 32 30 30 31 33 32 31 29 29

G 32 30 31 30 30 30 32 30 33 29 29 31 G 30 30 32 30 33 31 30 29 31 32 29 30

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES ## Team 1. Nicholls State

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Pts 2445 2341 2279 2404 2198 2127 2188 2255 2099 2029 1853 1841

Avg. 81.5 78.0 76.0 75.1 73.3 70.9 70.6 68.3 65.6 65.5 63.9 63.5

G Pts Avg. 32 1795 56.1 31 1866 60.2 29 1865 64.3 30 2007 66.9 33 2228 67.5 29 2008 69.2 30 2078 69.3 32 2285 71.4 30 2156 71.9 30 2223 74.1 30 2319 77.3 31 2475 79.8

FREE THROW PERCENTAGES ## Team 1. UT Arlington 2. Lamar 3. UTSA 4. Sam Houston State 5. A&M-Corpus Christi 6. Nicholls State 7. Texas State 8. Central Arkansas 9. Northwestern State 10. Stephen F. Austin 11. McNeese State 12. Southeastern La.

W-L 14-16 16-14 18-12 19-13 15-15 13-17 11-20 18-15 24-8 20-11 11-18 10-19

G 31

2. UT Arlington 3. Southeastern La. 4. Texas State 5. Sam Houston State 6. Stephen F. Austin 7. Lamar 8. McNeese State 9. UTSA 10. A&M-Corpus Christi 11. Northwestern State 12. Central Arkansas

FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE ## Team 1. Stephen F. Austin 2. McNeese State 3. Southeastern La. 4. A&M-Corpus Christi 5. Lamar 6. Central Arkansas 7. Sam Houston State 8. UT Arlington 9. Texas State 10. Nicholls State 11. Northwestern State 12. UTSA

30 30 30 30 32 30 29 32 33 31 29

830 797 865 768 786 760 692 805 769 780 627

1761 .471 1707 .467 1919 .451 1726 .445 1795 .438 1741 .437 1610 .430 1906 .422 1826 .421 1934 .403 1567 .400

G 32 29 30 33 30 29 30 30 30 31 31 32

FG 615 663 688 784 742 710 718 752 740 633 839 866

FGA Pct 1634 .376 1704 .389 1679 .410 1824 .430 1720 .431 1622 .438 1639 .438 1710 .440 1662 .445 1419 .446 1872 .448 1858 .466

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES

Off. 65.6 76.0 65.5 81.5 70.9 78.0 75.1 73.3 68.3 63.9 63.5 70.6

Def. 56.1 69.3 60.2 77.3 66.9 74.1 71.4 71.9 67.5 64.3 69.2 79.8

Mar. +9.5 +6.7 +5.3 +4.2 +4.0 +3.9 +3.7 +1.4 +0.8 -0.4 -5.8 -9.3

FTM 478 517 526 500 541 400 480 427 464 350 327 353

FTA Pct 637 .750 708 .730 743 .708 713 .701 792 .683 590 .678 723 .664 646 .661 713 .651 539 .649 506 .646 551 .641

FG 709

FGA Pct 1488 .476

## Team 1. Texas State 2. Sam Houston State 3. Nicholls State 4. UTSA 5. Southeastern La. 6. UT Arlington 7. Central Arkansas 8. McNeese State 9. Stephen F. Austin 10. Lamar 11. A&M-Corpus Christi 12. Northwestern State

G 30 30 31 32 30 30 29 29 32 30 33 31

FG 235 243 211 268 180 203 160 142 177 161 176 164

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE ## Team 1. Stephen F. Austin 2. A&M-Corpus Christi 3. UTSA 4. Central Arkansas 5. Nicholls State 6. Sam Houston State 7. McNeese State 8. Lamar 9. UT Arlington 10. Texas State 11. Southeastern La. 12. Northwestern State

REBOUNDING MARGIN ## Team 1. A&M-Corpus Christi 2. McNeese State 3. Sam Houston State 4. Texas State

FGA Pct 637 .369 659 .369 588 .359 778 .344 524 .344 601 .338 491 .326 440 .323 561 .316 517 .311 573 .307 561 .292

G 32 33 32 29 31 30 29 30 30 30 30 31

FG 124 183 178 181 163 174 187 199 238 185 176 224

FGA Pct 466 .266 581 .315 551 .323 550 .329 495 .329 528 .330 567 .330 590 .337 705 .338 531 .348 491 .358 623 .360

G 33 29 30 30

Avg 37.6 39.0 37.9 39.0

Avg 33.8 35.4 34.4 36.1

Mar. +3.8 +3.6 +3.5 +2.9

5. Southeastern La. 6. Lamar 7. Northwestern State 8. UT Arlington 9. Stephen F. Austin 10. Nicholls State 11. UTSA 12. Central Arkansas

BLOCKED SHOTS

## Team 1. McNeese State 2. Northwestern State 3. Southeastern La. 4. Lamar 5. A&M-Corpus Christi 6. Central Arkansas 7. Stephen F. Austin 8. Texas State 9. Sam Houston State 10. UT Arlington 11. UTSA 12. Nicholls State

ASSISTS

## Team 1. Sam Houston State 2. Texas State 3. UT Arlington 4. Southeastern La. 5. Nicholls State 6. Lamar 7. Northwestern State 8. Stephen F. Austin 9. A&M-Corpus Christi 10. McNeese State 11. UTSA 12. Central Arkansas

STEALS

## Team 1. UTSA 2. Nicholls State 3. Northwestern State 4. A&M-Corpus Christi 5. Sam Houston State 6. Texas State 7. Lamar 8. UT Arlington 9. Southeastern La. 10. Stephen F. Austin 11. McNeese State 12. Central Arkansas

TURNOVER MARGIN

## Team 1. UTSA 2. Stephen F. Austin 3. Nicholls State 4. Texas State 5. Lamar 6. UT Arlington 7. Sam Houston State 8. Southeastern La. 9. Central Arkansas 10. A&M-Corpus Christi 11. Northwestern State 12. McNeese State

3-POINT FG MADE

## Team 1. UTSA 2. Sam Houston State 3. Texas State 4. Nicholls State 5. UT Arlington 6. Southeastern La. 7. Stephen F. Austin 8. Central Arkansas 9. Lamar 10. A&M-Corpus Christi 11. Northwestern State 12. McNeese State

30 30 31 30 32 31 32 29

36.2 36.8 41.0 35.9 35.2 28.9 35.3 34.7

34.2 35.0 39.5 34.5 34.5 29.5 37.1 37.1

+2.0 +1.8 +1.5 +1.3 +0.7 -0.6 -1.7 -2.3

G Blocks Avg 29 170 5.86 31 168 5.42 30 130 4.33 30 124 4.13 33 132 4.00 29 93 3.21 32 100 3.13 30 81 2.70 30 74 2.47 30 68 2.27 32 72 2.25 31 43 1.39 G Assists Avg 30 546 18.20 30 464 15.47 30 455 15.17 30 448 14.93 31 460 14.84 30 428 14.27 31 421 13.58 32 421 13.16 33 418 12.67 29 356 12.28 32 376 11.75 29 319 11.00 G Steals Avg 32 296 9.25 31 271 8.74 31 269 8.68 33 281 8.52 30 243 8.10 30 234 7.80 30 215 7.17 30 206 6.87 30 200 6.67 32 200 6.25 29 162 5.59 29 161 5.55 G 32 32 31 30 30 30 30 30 29 33 31 29

Avg 14.0 12.0 14.3 16.6 13.7 13.7 15.0 14.3 13.6 17.1 19.3 15.8

Avg Mar. 18.0 +4.00 15.2 +3.19 16.9 +2.61 18.2 +1.63 14.6 +0.97 14.5 +0.73 15.4 +0.33 14.2 -0.13 12.5 -1.14 15.5 -1.55 17.3 -2.06 12.1 -3.66

G 32 30 30 31 30 30 32 29 30 33 31 29

3FG Avg/G 268 8.38 243 8.10 235 7.83 211 6.81 203 6.77 180 6.00 177 5.53 160 5.52 161 5.37 176 5.33 164 5.29 142 4.90

2009-10 Southeastern Louisiana Basketball


Individual Leaders SCORING

## Player-Team 1. Palmer, Kevin-AMCC 2. Vereen, Anthony-UTA 3. Haynes, Marquez-UTA 4. Bush, Brandon-TXST 5. Kingsley, Matt-SFA 6. Bathie, Ryan-NICH 7. Benson, Brent-TXST 8. Allmond, Corey-SHSU 9. Dawkins, Kenny-LU 10. Bose, Anatoly-NICH

G 33 30 30 30 32 31 29 30 25 31

REBOUNDING

## Player-Team Cl. 1. Brown, Jay-LU SR 2. Marks, Brian-UCA SR 3. Mosley, William-NWLA FR 4. Falkner, Barkley-SHSU SR 5. Kingsley, Matt-SFA SR 6. Alawoya, P.J.-MCN SO 7. Bush, Brandon-TXST SR 8. Sullivan, Patrick-SLU JR 9. Span, Warrell-SLU SR 10. Pichon, John-MCN SR

FIELD GOAL PCT

## Player-Team Cl 1. Penn, Kleon-MCN SR 2. Vereen, Anthony-UTA SR 3. Sullivan, Patrick-SLU JR 4. Hunter, Fred-NICH FR 5. Kingsley, Matt-SFA SR 6. Falkner, Barkley-SHSU SR 7. Bush, Brandon-TXST SR 8. Ramirez, DeLuis-SHSU SR 9. Brown, Chris-UCA SO 10. White, Devin-NWLA SO

ASSISTS

## Player-Team Cl 1. Mitchell, Ashton-SHSU JR 2. Jefferson, Corey-TXST SR 3. Dawkins, Kenny-LU SR 4. Johnson, Omar-UTSA JR 5. McConathy, Mic.l-NWLA JR Fortenberry, Br.-SLU FR 7. Bell, Eric-SFA JR 8. Guignard, Roge'r-UTA JR 9. Haynes, Marquez-UTA JR 10. Smith, Jeremy-UTA SO

FREE THROW PCT

## Player-Team 1. Dawkins, Kenny-LU 2. McConathy, Mic.-NWLA 3. Palmer, Kevin-AMCC 4. Mitchell, Ashton-SHSU 5. McThay, Brandon-LU 6. Haynes, Marquez-UTA 7. Worrell, Tristan-LU 8. Vereen, Anthony-UTA 9. Taylor, Brooks-UCA 10. Alexander, Josh-SFA

STEALS

## Player-Team 1. Gibson, Devin-UTSA 2. Palmer, Kevin-AMCC 3. Carter, Kellan-NICH 4. Payne, Justin-NICH 5. Johnson, Omar-UTSA

FG 3FG FT 190 54 165 176 10 170 166 36 128 171 15 120 213 0 79 180 56 73 138 95 75 155 99 50 125 45 86 144 72 104

G 29 29 31 30 32 29 30 30 30 29

O 69 87 95 88 62 62 62 67 58 61

Pts 599 532 496 477 505 489 446 459 381 464

D TOT Avg 191 260 9.0 161 248 8.6 168 263 8.5 155 243 8.1 183 245 7.7 151 213 7.3 152 214 7.1 143 210 7.0 143 201 6.7 129 190 6.6

G 29 30 30 31 32 30 30 30 23 21

FG FGA Pct 99 154 .643 176 303 .581 149 259 .575 126 227 .555 213 389 .548 94 177 .531 171 327 .523 95 188 .505 73 145 .503 83 166 .500

G 30 30 25 31 31 30 29 28 30 30

A Avg 205 6.83 159 5.30 105 4.20 130 4.19 124 4.00 120 4.00 105 3.62 99 3.54 103 3.43 102 3.40

Cl SR JR JR JR SR JR SR SR JR SR

G 25 31 33 30 30 30 27 30 25 31

Cl SO JR SO SR JR

G 27 33 31 31 31

FTM FTA Pct 86 98 .878 69 84 .821 165 204 .809 135 170 .794 102 129 .791 128 162 .790 55 70 .786 170 217 .783 75 96 .781 88 113 .779

S 82 86 75 59 58

Avg 18.2 17.7 16.5 15.9 15.8 15.8 15.4 15.3 15.2 15.0

Avg 3.04 2.61 2.42 1.90 1.87

6. Dawkins, Kenny-LU SR 7. Mitchell, Ashton-SHSU JR 8. McConathy, Michael-NWLA 9. Guignard, Roge'r-UTA JR 10. Cyprian, Chris-SLU JR

25 30 JR 28 29

45 1.80 52 1.73 31 51 1.65 38 1.36 39 1.34

G 29 30 31 31 31 30 30 32 30 30

3FG FGA Pct 95 217 .438 99 227 .436 72 172 .419 33 79 .418 52 130 .400 64 161 .398 31 82 .378 72 192 .375 59 160 .369 50 136 .368

Cl JR SR JR JR JR SR SO SR JR JR

G 30 29 28 29 29 31 31 32 30 28

3FG Avg 99 3.30 95 3.28 71 2.54 70 2.41 69 2.38 72 2.32 72 2.32 72 2.25 64 2.13 57 2.04

## Player-Team Cl 1. Penn, Kleon-MCN SR 2. Mosley, William-NWLA FR 3. Brown, Jay-LU SR 4. Sullivan, Patrick-SLU JR 5. White, Devin-NWLA SO 6. Parker, Trey-UTA SO 7. Watt, Demond-AMCC SO 8. Kingsley, Matt-SFA SR 9. Marks, Brian-UCA SR 10. Toncinic, Filip-AMCC JR

G 29 31 29 30 21 27 29 32 29 33

B Avg 102 3.52 76 2.45 66 2.28 64 2.13 41 1.95 44 1.63 37 1.28 39 1.22 31 1.07 33 1.00

3-POINT FG PCT

## Player-Team Cl 1. Benson, Brent-TXST SR 2. Allmond, Corey-SHSU JR 3. Bose, Anatoly-NICH SO 4. Payne, Justin-NICH SR 5. Johnson, Omar-UTSA JR 6. Rybak, John-TXST JR 7. Murray, Drae-SHSU FR 8. Shank, Joey-UTSA SR 9. McThay, Brandon-LU SR 10. Pevehouse, Lance-SHSU SO

3-POINT FG MADE

## Player-Team 1. Allmond, Corey-SHSU 2. Benson, Brent-TXST 3. Guignard, Roge'r-UTA 4. Kapelan, Diego-MCN 5. Pillow, Marcus-UCA 6. Alexander, Josh-SFA Bose, Anatoly-NICH 8. Shank, Joey-UTSA 9. Rybak, John-TXST 10. Long, Brandon-UTA

BLOCKED SHOTS

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO

## Player-Team Cl 1. Jefferson, Corey-TXST SR 2. Bell, Eric-SFA JR 3. Mitchell, Ashton-SHSU JR 4. Guignard, Roge'r-UTA JR 5. Payne, Justin-NICH SR 6. Dawkins, Kenny-LU SR 7. Fortenberry, Br.-SLU FR 8. Gibson, Devin-UTSA SO 9. Collins, C.J.-MCN SO 10. Johnson, Omar-UTSA JR

MINUTES PLAYED

## Player-Team 1. Dawkins, Kenny-LU 2. Alexander, Josh-SFA 3. Johnson, Omar-UTSA 4. Haynes, Marquez-UTA 5. McThay, Brandon-LU 6. Pichon, John-MCN 7. Pillow, Marcus-UCA 8. Bose, Anatoly-NICH 9. Payne, Justin-NICH 10. Long, Brandon-UTA

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

Cl SR SR JR JR SR SR JR SO SR JR

G 30 29 30 28 31 25 30 27 29 31

Avg Avg Ratio 5.3 1.9 2.84 3.6 1.8 1.98 6.8 3.5 1.93 3.5 2.3 1.57 3.1 2.0 1.53 4.2 2.8 1.52 4.0 2.6 1.52 3.3 2.2 1.50 3.2 2.2 1.48 4.2 3.0 1.41

G 25 31 31 30 30 29 29 31 31 28

MP Avg 876 35.04 1051 33.90 1037 33.45 966 32.20 958 31.93 925 31.90 922 31.79 981 31.65 965 31.13 863 30.82

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE WEEKLY HONORS 2008-09 Players of the Week November 17 - Warrell Span, Southeastern Louisiana 24 - Kenny Dawkins, Lamar

December 1 - Kevin Palmer, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 8 - Matt Kingsley, Stephen F. Austin 15 - Jay Brown, Lamar 22 - Anthony Vereen, UT Arlington and Devin White, NW State 29 - Kevin Palmer, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi January 5 - Travis Gabbidon, UTSA 12 - Ryan Bathie, Nicholls State 19 - Kevin Palmer, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 26 - Travis Gabbidon, UTSA February 2 - Ashton Mitchell, Sam Houston State 9 - John Pichon, McNeese State 16 - Ryan Bathie, Nicholls State, and Anthony Vereen, UT Arlington 23 - Rogér Guignard, UT Arlington March 2 - Matt Kingsley, Stephen F. Austin 8 - Brandon Bush, Texas State

2008-09 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE TEAM

First-Team Matt Kingsley, Stephen F. Austin, C, Sr., Houston, Texas Kevin Palmer, A&M-Corpus Christi, G/F, Jr., Baltimore, Md. Anthony Vereen, UT Arlington, F, Sr., Houston, Texas Ryan Bathie, Nicholls State, F, Sr., Melton, Australia Corey Allmond, Sam Houston State, G, Jr., Oxon Hill, Md. Second Team Marquez Haynes, UT Arlington, F/G, Jr., Irving, Texas Ashton Mitchell, Sam Houston State, G, Jr., New Orleans, La. Josh Alexander, Stephen F. Austin, G, Sr., Shreveport, La. Brandon Bush, Texas State, F, Sr., Houston, Texas Kenny Dawkins, Lamar, G, Sr., Holly Springs, Miss. Third Team Anatoly Bose, Nicholls State, F, So., Sydney, Australia Travis Gabbidon, UTSA, G, Sr., Phoenix, Ariz. Devin Gibson, UTSA, G, So., Houston, Texas Roge’r Guignard, UT Arlington, G, Jr., Mesquite, Texas Jay Brown, Lamar, F, Sr., Griffin, Ga. Honorable Mention John Pichon, McNeese State; Patrick Sullivan, Southeastern Louisiana; Omar Johnson, UTSA; Kleon Penn, McNeese State; Brandon McThay, Lamar; Brent Benson, Texas State; Marcus Pillow, Central Arkansas; Barkley Falkner, Sam Houston State; Justin Reynolds, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi; Corey Jefferson, Texas State. Player of the Year: Matt Kingsley, Stephen F. Austin Newcomer of the Year: Kevin Palmer, A&M-Corpus Christi Freshman of the Year: Fred Hunter, Nicholls State Coach of the Year: J.P. Piper, Nicholls State

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The Opponents

Central Arkansas BEARS

www.UCASports.com

Florida Atlantic OWLS

General Information

General Information

Location: ...................Conway, Arkansas Enrollment:................................ 11,783 Nickname:................................... Bears Colors:.......................... Purple and Gray Arena:................... Farris Center (5,500) Conference:.......................... Southland President:.............. Dr. Allen C. Meadors Athletics Director:....... Dr. Brad Teague Rand Chappell

Mitch Rueter

Game 19 • January 27, 2010 7 p.m. • Hammond, La.

Game 27 • February 27, 2010 4 p.m. • Conway, Ark.

Team Information

Head Coach:...................Rand Chappell Record at UCA:...................... 95-83 (6) Overall Record:................293-145 (14) Assistant Coaches:.........Kevin Landers, ................ Austin Trembley, Tony Kemper 2008-09 Overall Record:............10-19 Southland Record:........................3-13 Southland Finish:..........t5th (SLC East) Lettermen R/L:.............................. 5/7 Starters R/L:.................................. 2/3

Location: ................ Boca Raton, Florida Enrollment:................................ 26,000 Nickname:.................................... Owls Colors:.............................. Blue and Red Arena:.......................FAU Arena (5,000) Conference:.............................Sun Belt Interim President:.....Dr. John Pritchett Athletics Director:........... Craig Angelos Mike Jarvis

Shavar Richardson

Game 2 • November 16, 2009 7 p.m. • Hammond, La.

Sports Information

www.JSUTigers.com

Jacksonville State GAMECOCKS

www.JSUGamecockSports.com

General Information

Location: ................ Jackson, Mississippi Enrollment:..................................8,500 Nickname:.................................. Tigers Colors:........................... Blue and White Arena:..Williams Assembly Center (8,000) Conference:......... Southwestern Athletic President:............. Dr. Ronald Mason, Jr. Athletics Director:.......... Robert Braddy Grant Maxey

Game 6 • December 5, 2009 3 p.m. • Jackson, Miss.

Team Information

Head Coach:.............Tevester Anderson Record at JSU:.................... 95-100 (7) Overall Record:................198-152 (11) Assistant Coaches:......... Eric Strothers, ..................................... Wright Busching 2008-09 Overall Record:............18-15 SWAC Record:...............................15-3 SWAC Finish:..................................2nd Lettermen R/L:............................ 10/3 Starters R/L:.................................. 3/2

Sports Information

Basketball SID:...........Wesley Peterson Office Phone:................(601) 979-5899 Mobile Phone:..............(601) 503-5898 E-mail:....... wesley.peterson@jsums.edu Fax:...............................(601) 979-2000 Press Row:...................(601) 979-2382 Website:................ www.JSUTigers.com Series Record:................ JSU leads, 9-6

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Head Coach:........................ Mike Jarvis Record at FAU:....................... 6-26 (1) Overall Record:................369-228 (20) Assistant Coaches:......... Mike Jarvis II, ............................................................. 2008-09 Overall Record:..............6-26 SBC Record:...................................2-16 SBC Finish:.....................6th (SBC East) Lettermen R/L:.............................. 4/7 Starters R/L:.................................. 2/3

Basketball SID:............. Justin Johnson Office Phone:................ (561) 297-3063 Mobile Phone:.............. (561) 302-0461 E-mail:...................... jjohn218@fau.edu Fax:...............................(561) 297-3499 Press Row:.................. (561) 297-4092 Website:............... www.FAUSports.com Series Record:................FAU leads, 2-1

General Information

Tevester Anderson

Team Information

Sports Information

Basketball SID:....................Steve East Office Phone:................(501) 450-5743 Mobile Phone:..............(501) 339-8215 E-mail:...........................seast@uca.edu Fax:...............................(501) 450-5740 Press Row:...................(501) 852-2673 Website:...............www.UCASports.com Series Record:................SLU leads, 5-1

Jackson State TIGERS

www.FAUSports.com

Location: ............. Jacksonville, Alabama Enrollment:..................................8,957 Nickname:...........................Gamecocks Colors:............................ Red and White Arena:...Pete Mathews Coliseum (5,500) Conference:.........................Ohio Valley President:........... Dr. William A. Meehan Athletics Director:..............Oval Jaynes James Green

Nick Murphy

Game 4 • November 24, 2009 7 p.m. • Hammond, La.

Team Information

Head Coach:.....................James Green Record at JSU:...................... 11-17 (1) Overall Record:................178-177 (12) Assistant Coach:................Kyle Roane, .....................Mike Smith, Scotty Fletcher 2008-09 Overall Record:............11-17 OVC Record:..................................5-13 OVC Finish:..................................... 9th Lettermen R/L:.............................. 6/4 Starters R/L:.................................. 2/3

Sports Information

Basketball SID:...........Josh Underwood Office Phone:................(256) 782-5915 Mobile Phone:..............(256) 453-0545 E-mail:...................underwood@jsu.edu Fax:...............................(256) 782-5958 Press Row:...................(256) 782-5528 Website:......www.JSUGamecockSports.com Series Record:................SLU leads, 9-6

2009-10 Southeastern Louisiana Basketball


The Opponents

Lamar CARDINALS

www.LamarCardinals.com

LSU TIGERS

www.LSUSports.net

General Information

General Information

Location: ....................Beaumont, Texas Enrollment:................................ 13,280 Nickname:..............................Cardinals Colors:............................ Red and White Arena:...........Montagne Center (10,080) Conference:.......................... Southland President:.......... Dr. James M. Simmons Athletics Director:............... Billy Tubbs Steve Roccaforte

Justin Nabors

Game 14 • January 9, 2010 3 p.m. • Hammond, La.

Team Information

Head Coach:............... Steve Roccaforte Record at LU:........................ 49-43 (3) Overall Record:........................... Same Assistant Coaches:.................Tic Price, ........... Silvey Dominguez, Kermit Holmes 2008-09 Overall Record:............15-15 Southland Record:........................6-10 Southland Finish:..........6th (SLC West) Lettermen R/L:.............................. 6/9 Starters R/L:.................................. 1/4

Trent Johnson Tasmin Mitchell

Game 8 • December 14, 2009 7 p.m. • Baton Rouge, La.

Sports Information

www.McNeeseSports.com

Millsaps College MAJORS

Game 17 • January 20, 2010 7 p.m. • Lake Charles, La.

Game 28 • March 3, 2010

7:30 p.m. • Hammond, La.

Team Information

Head Coach:.................. Dave Simmons Record at MSU:..................... 39-51 (3) Overall Record:..................... 66-81 (5) Assistant Coaches:........ David Dumars, ....................... T.J. Marcum, Steve Welch 2008-09 Overall Record:............11-18 Southland Record:........................5-11 Southland Finish:...........4th (SLC East) Lettermen R/L:.............................. 9/3 Starters R/L:.................................. 3/2

Sports Information

Basketball SID:............. Louis Bonnette Office Phone:................(337) 475-5207 Cell Phone:...................(337) 802-7127 E-mail:.............lbonnette@mcneese.edu Fax:............................... (337) 475-5202 Press Row:..........(337) 562-4061, 4062 Website:........www.McNeeseSports.com Series Record:........... MSU leads, 56-35

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

www.GoMajors.com

General Information

Location: ...........Lake Charles, Louisiana Enrollment:..................................8,645 Nickname:.............................. Cowboys Colors:..............................Blue and Gold Arena:..............Burton Coliseum (8,000) Conference:.......................... Southland President:.................. Dr. Robert Hebert Athletics Director:....Tommy McClelland Diego Kapelan

Head Coach:................... Trent Johnson Record at LSU:........................ 27-8 (1) Overall Record:................187-129 (10) Assistant Coaches:..........Keith Richard, .................Donnie Guerinoni, Brent Scott 2008-09 Overall Record:..............27-8 SEC Record:...................................13-3 SEC Finish:..................... 1st (SEC West) Lettermen R/L:.............................. 7/5 Starters R/L:.................................. 2/3 Basketball SID:................C. Kent Lowe Office Phone:................(225) 578-8226 Cell Phone:...................(225) 241-4360 E-mail:........................... clowe@lsu.edu Fax:...............................(225) 578-1861 Press Row:................... (225) 578-8226 Website:.................www.LSUSports.net Series Record:................LSU leads, 9-1

General Information

Dave Simmons

Team Information

Sports Information

Basketball SID:..................Brian Henry Office Phone:................ (409) 880-8329 Cell Phone:...................(409) 651-0514 E-mail:...............brian.henry@lamar.edu Fax:...............................(409) 880-2338 Press Row:...................(409) 880-2343 Website:........www.LamarCardinals.com Series Record:..............LU leads, 18-14

McNeese State COWBOYS

Location: .......... Baton Rouge, Louisiana Enrollment:................................ 25,896 Nickname:.................................. Tigers Colors:.......................... Purple and Gold Arena:............................ Pete Maravich ...................... Assembly Center (13,215) Conference:......................Southeastern Chancellor:............Dr. Michael V. Martin Athletics Director:................Joe Allevia

Tim Wise

Blake Martinez

Game 5 • November 28, 2009 12:45 p.m. •  Hammond, La.

Location: ................ Jackson, Mississippi Enrollment:..................................1,100 Nickname:................................. Majors Colors:.........................Purple and White Arena:..................Hangar Dome (1,500) Conference:..Southern Collegiate Athletic Affiliation:.................... NCAA Division III Acting President:....... Howard McMillan Athletics Director:..................Tim Wise

Team Information

Head Coach:.......................... Tim Wise Record at MC:....................... 83-76 (6) Overall Record:........................... Same Assistant Coach:............ Justin LeBlanc 2008-09 Overall Record:..............9-16 SCAC Record:................................. 6-9 SCAC Finish:............. T4th (SCAC West) Lettermen R/L:.............................. 6/6 Starters R/L:.................................. 3/2

Sports Information

Basketball SID:.............. Kevin Maloney Office Phone:................(601) 974-1394 Mobile Phone:..............(662) 312-8807 E-mail:...............mazauka@millsaps.edu Fax:...............................(601) 974-1209 Press Row:..................................... n/a Website:.................www.GoMajors.com Series Record:.............. SLU leads, 11-0

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Mississippi State BULLDOGS

www.MStateAthletics.com

Nebraska CORNHUSKERS

www.Huskers.com

General Information

General Information

Location: .............. Starkville, Mississippi Enrollment:................................ 17,824 Nickname:...............................Bulldogs Colors:.......................Maroon and White Arena:..... Humphrey Coliseum (10,500) Conference:......................Southeastern President:...............Dr. Mark E. Keenum Athletics Director:...............Greg Byrne Rick Stansbury

Jarvis Varnado

Game 3 • November 19, 2009 7 p.m. • Starkville, Miss.

Team Information

Head Coach:.................. Rick Stansbury Record at MSU:................231-128 (11) Overall Record:........................... Same Assistant Coaches:........... Robert Kirby, .............. Phil Cunningham, Marcus Grant 2008-09 Overall Record:............23-13 SEC Record:.................................... 9-7 SEC Finish:.....................3rd (SEC West) Lettermen R/L:............................ 12/4 Starters R/L:.................................. 5/0

Doc Sadler

Ryan Anderson

Team Information

Game 13 • January 5, 2010

Head Coach:........................ Doc Sadler Record at NU:........................ 55-40 (3) Overall Record:................... 103-58 (5) Assistant Coaches:...... Phillip Mathews, ..................... David Anwar, Walter Roese 2008-09 Overall Record:............18-13 Big 12 Record:............................... 8-8 Big 12 Finish:................................. 8th Lettermen R/L:.............................. 1/4 Starters R/L:.................................. 5/9

7 p.m. • Lincoln, Neb.

Sports Information

Sports Information

Basketball SID:....................Gregg Ellis Office Phone:................(662) 325-3595 E-mail:....... gellis@athletics.msstate.edu Fax:...............................(662) 325-3654 Press Row:...................(662) 325-3776 Website:........www.MStateAthletics.com Series Record:.............MSU leads, 16-1

Nicholls State COLONELS

www.GeauxColonels.com

Basketball SID:..................Jerry Trickie Office Phone:................(402) 472-7779 Cell Phone:...................(402) 540-0269 E-mail:..................jtrickie@huskers.com Fax:...............................(402) 472-2005 Press Row:...................(402) 472-2279 Website:...................www.Huskers.com Series Record:..................First meeting

North Texas MEAN GREEN

General Information

Anatoly Bose

Game 20 • January 30, 2010 2 p.m. • Thibodaux, La.

Game 23 • February 13, 2010 3 p.m. • Hammond, La.

Team Information

Head Coach:...........................J.P. Piper Record at NSU:..................... 53-93 (5) Overall Record:........................... Same Assistant Coaches:........ Kevin Johnson, .................. Billy Begley, Andrew Kearney 2008-09 Overall Record:............20-11 Southland Record:........................12-4 Southland Finish:.......... 2nd (SLC East) Lettermen R/L:.............................. 8/7 Starters R/L:.................................. 3/2

Sports Information

Basketball SID:........ Charlie Gillingham Office Phone:................(985) 448-4281 Mobile Phone:..............(708) 533-0820 E-mail:... charlie.gillingham@nicholls.edu Fax:...............................(985) 448-4490 Press Row:...................(985) 448-4294 Website:.........www.GeauxColonels.com Series Record:............ SLU leads, 44-38

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www.MeanGreenSports.com

General Information

Location: .............. Thibodaux, Louisiana Enrollment:..................................6,800 Nickname:...............................Colonels Colors:..............................Red and Gray Arena:........ Stopher Gymnasium (3,800) Conference:.......................... Southland President:........... Dr. Stephen T. Hulbert Athletics Director:............ Rob Bernardi J.P. Piper

Location: ................... Lincoln, Nebraska Enrollment:................................ 23,000 Nickname:.........................Cornhuskers Colors:.......................Scarlet and Cream Arena:...............................Bob Devaney ........................... Sports Center (13,595) Conference:................................Big 12 Chancellor:....... Harvey S. Perlman, J.D. Athletics Director:........... Tom Osborne

Location: ........................ Denton, Texas Enrollment:................................ 34,268 Nickname:......................... Mean Green Colors:......................... Green and White Arena:................ The Super Pit (10,500) Conference:............................. Sun Belt President:.............. Dr. Gretchen Bataille Athletics Director:........... Rick Villarreal Johnny Jones

Eric Tramiel

Game 11 • December 22, 2009 7 p.m. •  Denton, Texas

Team Information

Head Coach:.................... Johnny Jones Record at MC:................... 126-112 (8) Overall Record:................. 141-128 (9) Assistant Coaches:...... Charlie Leonard, ............................Bill Foy, Shawn Forrest 2008-09 Overall Record:............20-12 SBC Record:...................................11-7 SBC Finish:...................2nd (SBC West) Lettermen R/L:.............................. 8/4 Starters R/L:.................................. 5/0

Sports Information

Basketball SID:...........Stephen Howard Office Phone:................(940) 369-8548 Mobile Phone:..............(817) 793-5199 E-mail:...........stephen.howard@unt.edu Fax:...............................(940) 369-7461 Press Row:...................(940) 565-4674 Website:.... www.MeanGreenSports.com Series Record:............... UNT leads, 3-1

2009-10 Southeastern Louisiana Basketball


The Opponents

Northwestern State DEMONS

www.NSUDemons.com

Sam Houston State BEARKATS

www.GoBearkats.com

General Information

General Information

Location: .................... Huntsville, Texas Enrollment:................................ 16,800 Nickname:.............................. Bearkats Colors:....................... Orange and White Arena:.... B.G. Johnson Coliseum (6,100) Conference:.......................... Southland President:............ Dr. James F. Gaertner Athletics Director:.........Bobby Williams

Location: ...........Natchitoches, Louisiana Enrollment:..................................9,247 Nickname:............................... Demons Colors:............ Purple, White, orange trim Arena:.............Prather Coliseum (3,600) Conference:.......................... Southland President:............... Dr. Randall J. Webb Athletics Director:...............Greg Burke Mike McConathy William Mosley

Game 15 • January 13, 2010 7 p.m. •  Natchitoches, La.

Game 29 • March 6, 2010 12 p.m. •  Hammond, La.

Team Information

Head Coach:................ Mike McConathy Record at NWLA:.............156-155 (10) Overall Record:........................... Same Assistant Coaches:...... Mark Slessinger, ......................... Jeff Moore, Luke Rogers 2008-09 Overall Record:............11-20 Southland Record:........................3-13 Southland Finish:..........t5th (SLC East) Lettermen R/L:............................ 11/5 Starters R/L:.................................. 3/2

Bob Marlin

Ashton Mitchell

Game 16 • January 16, 2010 3 p.m. • Hammond, La.

Sports Information

www.GoJagSports.com

Basketball SID:................. Paul Ridings Office Phone:................ (936) 294-1764 Cell Phone:...................(281) 450-8920 E-mail:....................... ridings@shsu.edu Fax:...............................(936) 294-3538 Press Row:...................(936) 294-1838 Website:..............www.GoBearkats.com Series Record:..........SHSU leads, 19-14

Spring Hill College BADGERS

www.SHCBadgers.com

General Information

General Information

Location: .......... Baton Rouge, Louisiana Enrollment:.................................. 7,500 Nickname:................................Jaguars Colors:.............. Columbia Blue and Gold Arena:..F.G. Clark Activity Center (7,500) Conference:.........Southwestern Athletic Chancellor:..................Dr. Kofi Lomotey Athletics Director:............ Greg LaFleur Rob Spivery

Jazz Williams

Game 9 • December 16, 2009 7 p.m. •  Hammond, La.

Team Information

Head Coach:.......................Rob Spivery Record at SU:........................ 48-76 (4) Overall Record:................290-304 (20) Assistant Coaches:............. Joe Proctor, ........................................ Sheldon Jones 2008-09 Overall Record:..............8-23 SWAC Record:...............................8-10 SWAC Finish:.................................. 5th Lettermen R/L:.............................. 7/3 Starters R/L:.................................. 4/1

Sports Information

Basketball SID:.................Kevin Manns Office Phone:................(225) 771-2601 E-mail:............. kevinmanns@gmail.com Fax:............................... (225) 771-2896 Press Row:..................................... n/a Website:............ www.GoJagSports.com Series Record:..............SU leads, 16-14

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

Head Coach:........................ Bob Marlin Record at SHSU:..............200-123 (10) Overall Record:........................... Same Assistant Coaches:......... Jason Hooten, ....................... Neil Hardin, Oderra Jones 2008-09 Overall Record:............18-12 Southland Record:........................12-4 Southland Finish:.......... 1st (SLC West) Lettermen R/L:.............................. 8/4 Starters R/L:.................................. 3/2

Sports Information

Basketball SID:................Doug Ireland Office Phone:................(318) 357-6467 Home Phone:................(318) 288-6388 E-mail:......................ireland@nsula.edu Fax:............................... (318) 357-4515 Press Row:...................(318) 357-4544 Website:............ www.NSUDemons.com Series Record:............NSU leads, 77-42

Southern JAGUARS

Team Information

Location: .....................Mobile, Alabama Enrollment:..................................1,400 Nickname:............................... Badgers Colors:.........................Purple and White Arena:.....Outlaw Recreation Center (1,600) Conference:..............Gulf Coast Athletic President:......Rev. Richard P. Salmi, S.J. Athletics Director:....................Jim Hall Robert Thompson Marcus Coleman

Game 6 • December 1, 2009 5:30 p.m. • Hammond, La.

Team Information

Head Coach:..............Robert Thompson Record at SHC:.................... 101-86 (6) Overall Record:................144-148 (10) Assistant Coach:.......... Stu Stuedeman 2008-09 Overall Record:............19-11 GCAC Record:................................11-7 GCAC Finish:................................... 4th Lettermen R/L:.............................. n/a Starters R/L:.................................. 4/1

Sports Information

Basketball SID:.................Jim Stennett Office Phone:................(251) 380-4468 Cell Phone:...................(251) 751-3637 E-mail:......................jstennett@shc.edu Fax:...............................(251) 460-2196 Press Row:..................................... n/a Website:............ www.SHCBadgers.com Series Record:............ SLU leads, 31-17

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Stephen F. Austin LUMBERJACKS

www.SFAJacks.com

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ISLANDERS

www.GoIslanders.com

General Information

General Information

Location: ............... Nacogdoches, Texas Enrollment:................................ 12,845 Nickname:.........................Lumberjacks Colors:.........................Purple and White Arena:....W.R. Johnson Coliseum (7,200) Conference:.......................... Southland Interim President:......Dr. Baker Pattillo Athletics Director:................Robert Hill Danny Kaspar

Eddie Williams

Game 18 • January 23, 2010 6 p.m. • Nacogdoches, Texas

Game 25 • February 20, 2010 3 p.m. • Hammond, La.

Team Information

Head Coach:....................Danny Kaspar Record at SFA:.................. 158-104 (9) Overall Record:................377-156 (18) Assistant Coaches:..........Brette Tanner, ........................Ulric Maligi, Doug Nichols 2008-09 Overall Record:..............24-8 Southland Record:........................13-3 Southland Finish:........... 1st (SLC East) Lettermen R/L:.............................. 6/9 Starters R/L:.................................. 2/3

Location: .............. Corpus Christi, Texas Enrollment:..................................9,650 Nickname:..............................Islanders Colors:........................... Blue and Green Arena:..... American Bank Center (8,400) Conference:.......................... Southland President:...............Dr. Flavius Killebrew Athletics Director:..........Tim Fitzpatrick Perry Clark

Kevfin Palmer

Game 26 • February 24, 2010 7 p.m. • Corpus Christi, Texas

Sports Information

www.TSUBall.com

Basketball SID:................. Aaron Ames Office Phone:................(361) 825-3410 Mobile Phone:.............. (361) 793-4393 E-mail:............aaron.ames@tamucc.edu Fax:...............................(361) 825-3218 Press Row:...................(361) 826-4972 Website:............. www.GoIslanders.com Series Record:........TAMU-CC leads, 3-1

Texas State BOBCATS

Location: ..................San Marcos, Texas Enrollment:................................ 30,816 Nickname:................................Bobcats Colors:.........................Maroon and Gold Arena:.............Strahan Coliseum (7,200) Conference:.......................... Southland President:..............Dr. Denise M. Truath Athletics Director:............Dr. Larry Teis

Location: .......................Houston, Texas Enrollment:..................................9,500 Nickname:.................................. Tigers Colors:.........................Maroon and Gray Arena:.................... H&PE Arena (8,100) Conference:.........Southwestern Athletic President:.....................Dr. John Rudley Athletics Director:....Charles McClelland DeAndre Hall

Game 18 • December 19, 2009 5 p.m. • Fort Worth, Texas

Wilkerson-Greines Activity Center

Team Information

Head Coach:......................Tony Harvey Record at TSU:........................ 7-25 (1) Overall Record:........................... Same Assistant Coaches:............ Byron Smith ......................................Ansar Al-Ameen 2008-09 Overall Record:..............7-25 SWAC Record:...............................7-11 SWAC Finish:.................................. 6th Lettermen R/L:.............................. 7/8 Starters R/L:.................................. 3/2

Sports Information

Basketball SID:................Rodney Bush Office Phone:...... (713) 313-7603, 6829 Mobile Phone:..............(713) 826-8229 E-mail:..........................bushrr@tsu.edu Fax:...............................(713) 313-1045 Press Row:..................................... n/a Website:................... www.TSUBall.com Series Record:................TSU leads, 4-2

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www.TxStateBobcats.com

General Information

General Information

Tony Harvey

Head Coach:........................ Perry Clark Record at TAMUCC:.............. 27-35 (2) Overall Record:................277-234 (16) Assistant Coaches:.......... Cy Alexander, .......................Brian Merritt, Kevin Norris 2008-09 Overall Record:............18-15 Southland Record:........................11-5 Southland Finish:......... 2nd (SLC West) Lettermen R/L:............................ 10/2 Starters R/L:.................................. 5/0

Sports Information

Basketball SID:....................Brian Ross Office Phone:................(936) 468-5800 Mobile Phone:..............(936) 556-1168 E-mail:...................rossbrian@sfasu.edu Fax:...............................(936) 468-4593 Press Row:...................(936) 468-4635 Website:................. www.SFAJacks.com Series Record:............ SFA leads, 23-12

Texas Southern TIGERS

Team Information

Doug Davalos

John Rybak

Game 21 • February 3, 2010 7 p.m. • Hammond, La.

Team Information

Head Coach:....................Doug Davalos Record at TXST:.................... 36-52 (3) Overall Record:................... 108-87 (7) Assistant Coaches:............. Rob Flaska, ...................Terrence Fletcher, Eric Brand 2008-09 Overall Record:............14-16 Southland Record:......................... 7-9 Southland Finish:..........5th (SLC West) Lettermen R/L:.............................. 7/9 Starters R/L:.................................. 2/3

Sports Information

Basketball SID:..................Rick Poulter Office Phone:................(512) 245-2966 Mobile Phone:..............(512) 206-2045 E-mail:.................. rpoulter@txstate.edu Fax:...............................(512) 245-2967 Press Row:...................(512) 245-2434 Website:........www.TxStateBobcats.com Series Record:............ SLU leads, 15-13

2009-10 Southeastern Louisiana Basketball


The Opponents

UT Arlington MAVERICKS

www.UTAMavs.com

UTSA ROADRUNNERS

General Information

General Information

Location: ......................Arlington, Texas Enrollment:................................ 26,500 Nickname:.............................Mavericks Colors:................ Royal Blue and Orange Arena:....................... Texas Hall (3,600) Conference:.......................... Southland President:................ Dr. James Spaniolo Athletics Director:.............. Pete Carlon Scott Cross

Marquez Haynes

Game 24 • February 17, 2010 7 p.m. • Arlington, Texas

Team Information

Head Coach:........................Scott Cross Record at UTA:...................... 50-43 (3) Overall Record:........................... Same Assistant Coaches:.............Greg Young ...................Derrick Daniels, Allan Adams 2008-09 Overall Record:............16-14 Southland Record:......................... 9-7 Southland Finish:..........3rd (SLC West) Lettermen R/L:.............................. 9/5 Starters R/L:.................................. 3/2

Location: ................. San Antonio, Texas Enrollment:................................ 29,133 Nickname:........................ Roadrunners Colors:.................Navy Blue and Orange Arena:...........Convocation Center (4,080) Conference:.......................... Southland President:.................. Dr. Ricardo Romo Athletics Director:..............Lynn Hickey Brooks Thompson

Devin Gibson

Game 22 • February 6, 2010 2 p.m. • San Antonio, Texas TV: Southland TV Network

Sports Information

www.USAO.edu/sports

William Carey CRUSADERS

Game 1 • November 13, 2009 7 p.m. • Hammond, La.

Team Information

Head Coach:.............. Brisco McPherson Record at USAO:..............229-226 (16) Overall Record:........................... Same Assistant Coaches:.......Vinson Metcalfe 2008-09 Overall Record:............15-18 SAC Record:...................................9-13 SAC Finish:..................................... 7th Lettermen R/L:.............................. n/a Starters R/L:.................................. 0/5

Sports Information

Basketball SID:............ Jessica Jackson Office Phone:................(405) 574-1210 E-mail:.....................jjackson@usao.edu Fax:...............................(405) 574-1377 Press Row:..................................... n/a Website:.............www.USAO.edu/sports Series Record:..................First meeting

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

www.CareyAthletics.com

General Information

Location: ...........Hattiesburg, Mississippi Enrollment:..................................3,223 Nickname:.............................Crusaders Colors:.................. Red, Black and White Arena:........................ Clinton Gym (n/a) Conference:..............Gulf Coast Athletic President:.....................Dr. Tommy King Athletics Director:............ Steve Knight

Location: ............. Chickasha, Oklahoma Enrollment:..................................1,087 Nickname:................................Drovers Colors:...........................Green and Gold Arena:.........................USAO Fieldhouse Conference:...................Sooner Athletic President:..................... Dr. John Feaver Athletics Director:..... Brisco McPherson N'Faly Berete

Head Coach:............. Brooks Thompson Record at UTSA:.................... 39-52 (3) Overall Record:........................... Same Assistant Coaches:...........Dan O’Dowd, .................... Robert Guster, Jeff Renegar 2008-09 Overall Record:............19-13 Southland Record:......................... 8-8 Southland Finish:..........4th (SLC West) Lettermen R/L:............................ 10/3 Starters R/L:.................................. 3/2

Basketball SID:.............. Kyle Stephens Office Phone:................ (210) 458-4551 Home Phone:................ (210) 887-3636 E-mail:............. kyle.stephens@utsa.edu Fax:............................... (210) 458-4569 Press Row:................... (210) 458-4566 Website:.................. www.GoUTSA.com Series Record:..........UTSA leads, 13-12

General Information

Brisco McPherson

Team Information

Sports Information

Basketball SID:.................. Gregg Elkin Office Phone:................ (817) 272-5706 Cell Phone:...................(214) 577-8843 E-mail:.......................... gelkin@uta.edu Fax:...............................(817) 272-2254 Press Row:................... (817) 272-3795 Website:................. www.UTAMavs.com Series Record:..............UTA leads, 17-4

University of Science and Arts DROVERS

www.GoUTSA.com

Steve Knight

Terry Wade

Game 12 • January 2, 2010 3 p.m. • Hammond, La.

Team Information

Head Coach:..................... Steve Knight Record at WCU:...............483-386 (27) Overall Record:........................... Same Assistant Coaches:..........Tracy English, ..........................................Jeff Norwood 2008-09 Overall Record:..............9-20 GCAC Record:................................4-14 GCAC Finish:................................... 9th Lettermen R/L:.............................. 8/6 Starters R/L:.................................. 3/2

Sports Information

Basketball SID:....................D.J. Pulley Office Phone:................(601) 318-6111 Home Phone:................(601) 270-7592 E-mail:............... djpulley@wmcarey.edu Fax:...............................(601) 318-6550 Press Row:..................................... n/a Website:..........www.CareyAthletics.com Series Record:................SLU leads, 6-3

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Basketball History THE LIONS LEGACY

Lions basketball actually began in the late 1920’s. However, as time went on and the importance of keeping records grew, Southeastern recognizes the 1947-48 season as the first of the “modern era.” Legendary head coach Luther Marlar led the Lions hardwood crew for 20 season through the 1966-67 campaign. Marlar led Southeastern to one of its two 20-win seasons going 2210, winning 13-games in a row and a Gulf States Conference co-championship in 1953-54. Head Coach E.W. Foy notched the Lions next 20-win season (1972-73), as Southeastern went 21-7, to win another Gulf States title and host the first round of the Division II National Tournament. Southeastern added a Gulf Star Conference title in 1984-85, a Trans America Athletic Conference West Division title in 1995-96, and two Southland Conference titles (2003-04, 2004-05) with the latter resulting in the Lions’ first-ever appearance in the NCAA Championships.

2004-05 Southland Conference Champions 2005 NCAA Participants

Front Row: Chris Lee, Justin Edwards, Jonathan Walker, Nate Lofton, Leonard Harden, Ricky Woods, Thomas Woods. Back Row: Eric Lefort, Tom Taylor, Assistant Coach Steve Prohm, Head Coach Billy Kennedy, Cavin Payton, Micheal Cyprien, Neill Berry, Terry Bryant, Scott Roniger, Jonathan Patton, Dee Gadsden, Assistant Coach Gerald Lewis, Assistant Coach Roman Banks, Landon Thomas, Athletic Trainer Dean Mannina.

2003-04 Southland Conference Champions

1953-54 Gulf States Conference Co-Champions NAIA Quarter-Finalists

Front row (l to r): Luther Marlar, (no ID), Dick Chiles, Bob Schieber, Donald Hood, Dick Sharp, Dudley Pitt, Gaylon Alford, (no ID); middle row (l to r) Raymond Harris, (no ID), Charley Kinsley, James Mitchell, Bobby Combs, Huey Faciane, Jerry Jones, George Hess, Charles McCrory; back row (l to r) Dick Stiga, Bobby Booth, Jerry Askeroth, Leslie McDowell, Mack Harvey, Dennis Wagner, Cliff Foster. (Don Clayton).

Front Row: Michael Gardener, Matt Wilkinson, Assistant Coach Steve Prohm, Assistant Coach Mike Smith, Head Coach Billy Kennedy, Assistant Coach Roman Banks, Kyle Hebert, Terry Bryant. Back Row: Tom Taylor, Jonathan Patton, Lane Frey, Terry West, Jonathan Walker, Nate Lofton, Marcus Verner, Justin Edwards, Dee Gadsden, Micheal Cyprien, Neill Berry, Amir AbdurRahim, Eric Lefort, Jason Aucoin.

1972-73 Gulf States Conference Champions Division II Men’s Basketball Championships

1984-85 Gulf Star Conference Champions

Front row (left to right), Bruce Gilmore, Kevin Fogg, Willie Ray Brown, Dan Pieper, Wilbert Beard, John Shirley, Rickie Branch and Mike Krajcer. Back row (l to r), Graduate assistant coach Steve Welch, Assistant Coach Ken Fortenberry, Charles Jones, Craig Huss, Freddie Lucas, Mike Rance, Head Coach E.W. Foy, manager George Drury.

Front Row: Earl Robinson, Keith Gordon, Joe Venable, Pat Potts, Gordon Yancey. Middle Row: David Jones, Robert Cousin, Jerome Bazille, Bo Bo McNair, Teddy Butler, John King. Back Row: Assistant Coach Leo McClure, Assistant Coach Don Wilson, Thelander Tillman, John Dixon, Bill Dukes, Willie Samuel, Timmy Joe Premeaux, Head Coach Newton Chelette

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2009-10 Southeastern Louisiana Basketball


Single-Game Records SCORING

43, Jim McClain vs. Mississippi College 39, Sam Bowie at Central Florida 38, Gerald Jones vs. Cal State-Bakersfield 37, Wallace Waddell vs. Spring Hill 37, Jerry Travis vs. Univ. of Mexico 37, C.A. Core vs. Northwestern State 36, Tom Burke vs. Louisiana College 36, Bobby Perry vs. Mississippi College 35, Sam Bowie vs. Southern 35, C.A. Core vs. Louisiana College 35, C.A. Core vs. McNeese State 35, Hank Washington vs. Georgia State

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

32 (13) C.A. Core vs. Southern Mississippi 27 (16) Tom Burke vs. Louisiana College 27 (12) Teddy Butler vs. Texas State 26 (5) Troy Green at Northwestern State 26 (15) David Glisson v. Louisiana College 26 (12) Bobby Perry vs. USL 25 (11) Daryl Cohen vs. McNeese State 25 (9) Mac Harvey vs. Mississippi College 25 (7) Bryan Pietri vs. Loyola 25 (11) C.A. Core vs. McNeese State 25 (16) Corky Brown vs. Northwestern State 25 (11) Harvey Baker vs. Southern

FIELD GOALS MADE

17 (23) Jim McClain vs. Mississippi College 17 (24) Gerald Jones vs. Cal State-Bakersfield 16 (23) Tom Burke vs. Louisiana College 15 (22) C.A. Core vs. Louisiana College 15 (24) Booker Young vs. Florence State 14 (18) Don Wilson vs. Northeast Louisiana 14 (22) Jerry Travis vs. Univ. of Mexico 14 (23) David Williams vs. Northeast Louisiana 14 (17) Harvey Baker vs. Centenary 13 (18) Wally Waddell vs. Spring Hill 13 (23) C.A. Core vs. Belhaven 13 (32) C.A. Core vs. Southern Mississippi 13 (24) Jim McClain vs. Northwestern State 13 (23) Jim McClain vs. Mississippi College 13 (15) Bruce Gilmore vs. Jacksonville State 13 (18) Melvin Smith vs. Mississippi College 13 (24) Wayne Booker vs. Oklahoma City 13 (20) Jerry Kelly vs. Tennessee State 13 (24) Teddy Butler vs. Hawaii-Pacific 13 (22) Sam Bowie vs. Nicholls State 13 (20) Sam Bowie vs. Florida International

12-10-68 1-13-96 12-8-86 1-31-61 1-13-66 2-5-66 3-2-56 12-2-69 12-22-95 1-30-65 1-12-65 1-28-93 12-5-67 2-11-56 2-28-87 12-12-96 2-17-58 12-10-70 2-1-07 12-6-56 12-19-59 1-6-68 2-22-69 1-31-94 12-10-68 12-8-86 3-2-56 1-30-65 2-22-72 1-8-66 1-13-66 2-5-79 1-9-93 2-5-62 11-26-65 12-5-67 1-29-68 12-10-68 1-25-75 1-22-74 2-28-81 1-9-82 11-28-86 12-13-94 1-9-95

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

(min. 12 attempts) .929 (13-14) Stafford Riley vs. Northwestern St. 2-20-89 .917 (11-12) Craig Huss vs. Florence State 2-5-73 .867 (13-15) Bruce Gilmore vs. Jacksonville State 1-26-76 .857 (12-14) Jesse Shanks vs. Southwestern 12-3-58 .857 (12-14) Jesse Shanks vs. MacMurray 1-2-60 .857 (12-14) Eric Fortenberry vs. Marymount 2-19-87 .846 (11-13) Ricky Woods vs. Wiley College 12-15-04 .846 (11-13) Bill Dukes vs. Northwestern State 1-28-85 .833 (10-12) Ron Klosterman vs. Mississippi St. 1-22-58 .833 (10-12) Al Link vs. Millsaps 2-19-62 .833 (10-12) Steve Welch vs. Mississippi College 12-2-69 .833 (10-12) Curlee Connors vs. Louisiana Tech 2-16-70 .833 (10-12) Glenn Charles vs. Georgia State 2-6-97

REBOUNDS 31 31 28 26 26 24 24 24 24 24 24

C.A. Core vs. Mississippi College Charlie Doskey vs. McMurray College C.A. Core vs. McNeese State C.A. Core vs. Nicholls State Curlee Connors vs. Northwestern State Ron Klosterman vs. Southwestern (Tenn.) Jimmy Cress vs. Spring Hill C.A. Core vs. Southern Mississippi C.A. Core vs. Univ. of Mexico C.A. Core vs. Austin College C.A. Core vs. William Carey

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

23 (18) Bobby Perry vs. Mississippi College 22 (17) Alfrado Jackson vs. Louisiana College 21 (15) Stafford Riley vs. Sam Houston State 20 (16) Jerry Kelly vs. Jackson State 19 (15) C.A. Core vs. Northwestern State 18 (11) Nate Lofton at Southern Miss

12-18-67 1-2-60 2-8-66 2-1-66 2-25-70 12-3-58 2-5-62 2-9-65 1-13-66 12-9-66 12-29-67 12-2-69 12-4-99 12-17-88 12-30-82 2-5-66 11-24-04

18 (14) Sam Bowie at Central Florida 18 (15) Wayne Newsome vs. Louisiana Tech 18 (10) C.A. Core vs. Spring Hill 18 (15) Don Wilson vs. William Carey 18 (10) C.A. Core vs. Southern Mississippi 17 (13) Wally Waddell vs. Spring Hill 17 (11) C.A. Core vs. McNeese State

FREE THROWS MADE

18 (23) Bobby Perry vs. Mississippi College 17 (22) Alfrado Jackson vs. Louisiana College 16 (20) Jerry Kelly vs. Jackson State 15 (18) Wayne Newsome vs. Louisiana Tech 15 (15) C.A. Core vs. McNeese State 15 (18) Don Wilson vs. William Carey 15 (19) C.A. Core vs. Northwestern State 15 (16) William Bond vs. Sam Houston State 15 (21) Stafford Riley vs. Sam Houston State 14 (18) Sam Bowie at Central Florida 14 (16) Hank Washington vs. North Texas

1-13-96 2-29-60 1-18-65 11-19-65 1-15-66 12-15-62 2-16-65 12-2-69 12-4-99 12-30-83 2-29-60 1-12-65 11-19-65 2-5-66 12-19-79 12-17-88 1-13-96 1-5-91

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

(min. 12 attempts) 100.0 (15/15) C.A. Core vs. McNeese State 1-12-65 100.0 (12/12) Hank Washington vs. Tulsa 1-2-92 100.0 (12/12) Wally Waddell vs. Tulane 2-1-61 .938 (15/16) Will Bond vs.Sam Houston State 12-19-79 .929 (13/14) Tom Burke vs. McNeese State 1-6-56 .929 (13/14) Bennie Kimble vs. USL 1-14-56 .929 (13/14) Don Wilson vs. Northeast La 2-18-65 .929 (13/14) Willie Samuel vs. Arkansas 11-24-84 .923 (12/13) Steve Picou vs. Nicholls State 12-23-67 .923 (12/13) C.A. Core vs. Southern Mississippi 2-6-67 .923 (12/13) Jimmy Cress vs. Delta State 1-26-63 .923 (12/13) Harvey Theriot vs. Spring Hill 2-14-58

THREE-POINT FG MADE

10, Daryl Cohen vs. McNeese State 8, Amir Abdur-Rahim at Lamar 7, Kevyn Green at McNeese State 7, Daryl Cohen at Penn State 7, Daryl Cohen at Troy 7, Amir Abdur-Rahim vs. Sam Houston State 7, Troy Green at Samford 7, Mike Wolf vs. Stetson 6, Damon Forest vs. Central Arkansas 6, Kevyn Green at Northwestern State 6, Jeremy Dunbar vs. Dallas Christian 6, Quennell Green at Northwestern State 6, Daryl Cohen vs. Nicholls State 6, Daryl Cohen vs. William Carey 6, Daryl Cohen vs. Portland 6, Quennell Green at Texas-San Antonio 6, Quennell Green at Texas-Arlington 6, Jonathan Patton at McNeese State 6, Amir-Abdur-Rahim vs. Texas State 6, Amir Abdur-Rahim at Texas State 6, Jaron Singletary at Montana 6, Troy Green vs. Alcorn State 6, Troy Green vs. Southern 6, Maurice Clark vs. Centenary 6, Troy Green vs. Southern 6, Troy Green vs. Arkansas-Monticello 6, Sam Bowie vs. Southern 6, Troy Green at TCU 6, Hank Washington vs. Southern 6, Greg Winnier vs. Mercer 6, Greg Winnier vs. Samford

THREE-POINT FG ATTEMPTED

24, Daryl Cohen vs. McNeese State 21, Troy Green vs. Southern 19, Troy Green vs. Campbell 17, Troy Green at Northwestern State 17, Amir Abdur-Rahim at Lamar 15, Daryl Cohen at Troy 15, Amir Abdur-Rahim vs. Troy State 15, Amir Abdur-Rahim vs. Texas State 15, Troy Green at TCU 15, Troy Green at Samford

2-1-07 1-21-04 3-5-08 12-16-06 11-25-06 1-24-04 2-17-96 2-22-92 2-28-09 3-1-08 11-16-07 1-27-07 1-20-07 11-18-06 11-12-06 2-4-06 1-19-06 3-2-05 2-1-03 1-5-02 12-2-00 12-18-97 12-6-97 11-19-97 12-14-96 12-5-96 12-22-95 12-9-95 1-27-92 2-19-94 2-12-94

.714 (5-7), Quennell Green vs. Stephen F. Austin 1-7-06 .714 (5-7), Dallas Dale vs. Texas-Pan American 2-2-89 .700 (7-10), Kevyn Green at McNeese State 3-1-08 .700 (7-10), Daryl Cohen at Penn State 12-16-06 .667 (6-9), Quennell Green at UTA 1-19-06 .667 (6-9), Amir Abdur-Rahim at Texas State 1-5-02 .667 (6-9), Maurice Clark vs. Centenary 11-19-97 .667 (4-6), Amir Abdur-Rahim vs. McNeese State 1-28-04 .667 (4-6), Sam Bowie vs. Florida International 1-14-95 .667 (4-6), Hank Washington vs. Centenary 2-6-93 .667 (4-6), Hank Washington vs. Southern 2-3-93 .667 (4-6), Mike Wolf vs. Southern 1-27-92 .667 (4-6), Hank Washington vs. Nicholls State 2-2-91

ASSISTS

16, Kevin Fogg vs. Pikeville College 15, Leo McClure vs. Tennessee-Martin 14, Kevin Fogg vs. Southern 13, Scott Roniger vs. Spring Hill 13, John Shirley vs. Livingston

STEALS

10, Ricky Woods at Lamar 9, Hank Washington vs. Texas-Pan American 7, Amir Abdur-Rahim vs. Northwestern State 7, Thelander Tillman vs. Nicholls State 7, Bernard Sylve vs. Northwestern State 6, Nate Lofton vs. Texas State 6, Marcus Smith at Texas State 6, Lee Carney at Sam Houston State 6, Bobo McNair vs. Texas-San Antonio 6, Willie Samuel vs. Northwestern State 6, Hank Washington vs. Louisiana Tech 6, Greg Winnier vs. LSU-Shreveport 6, Reggie Jackson vs. LSU 6, Greg Winnier vs. Loyola

12-7-74 2-12-77 12-9-74 12-1-05 2-12-73 3-3-06 12-19-92 2-18-04 2-17-83 2-18-91 3-8-05 3-7-03 1-20-01 2-5-83 2-28-85 12-17-91 12-4-93 11-25-94 12-11-94

BLOCKS

11, Bill Dukes vs. McNeese State 2-4-85 8, Thelander Tillman vs. Arkansas-Little Rock 2-3-83 7, Nate Lofton vs. Northwestern State 3-8-04 7, Bill Dukes vs. Florida A&M 12-4-85 6, Patrick Sullivan at Arkansas 11-14-08 6, Jonathan Walker vs. Texas State 2-13-06 6, Ricky Woods vs. Spring Hill 12-1-05 6, Nate Lofton vs. Southern 12-6-03 5, Patrick Sullivan vs. Stephen F. Austin 1-24-09 5, Patrick Sullivan vs. Northwestern State 1-14-09 5, Patrick Sullivan vs. Nicholls State 1-20-07 5, Ricky Woods at McNeese State 3-1-06 5, Nate Lofton vs. Stephen F. Austin 2-5-05 5, Jonathan Walker at Southern 12-15-03 5, Harold Juluke vs. Texas-Arlington 2-3-01 5, Sam Bowie vs. Southern 12-22-95 5, Jason Winningham vs. Texas College 11-27-95 5, Jason Winningham vs. Campbell 2-24-96 5, Thelander Tillman vs. Northeast Louisiana 2-20-84 5, Bill Dukes vs. Sam Houston State 2-9-85 5, Marvin Pierre vs. Baylor 12-6-91

2-1-07 12-14-96 2-24-96 12-9-95 1-21-04 11-25-06 11-25-02 2-1-03 12-12-95 2-17-96

THREE-POINT FG PERCENTAGE

(min. 6 attempts) .857 (6-7), Quennell Green at UTSA .833 (5-6), Maurice Clark vs. Stephen F. Austin .833 (5-6), Hank Washington vs. Southern .833 (5-6), Darren McClure vs. Prairie View .778 (7-9), Mike Wolf vs. Stetson

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

2-4-06 1-24-98 2-21-91 2-8-89 2-22-92

Troy Green, who is third in school history with 114 steals, set school records for 3-pointers made (257) and attempts (700). He concluded his career in 1999 as the fifth-leading scorer in school history with 1,320 points.

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School Records POINTS SCORED

1. 135 vs. Mississippi College 2. 129 vs. Texas College 3. 128 vs. Dallas Christian 4. 126 vs. Mississippi College 5. 116 vs. Millsaps 6. 115 vs. Baptist Christian 7. 114 vs. Mississippi College 8. 113 vs. Houma AFB 113 vs. Mississippi College 10. 112 vs. Grambling St.

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8. 9.

53 vs. Dallas Christian 51 vs. Houma AFB 48 vs. Texas College 47 vs. Mississippi College 47 vs. Mississippi College 46 vs. Mississippi College 46 vs. Mississippi College 45 vs. Louisiana College 44 vs. Millsaps 44 vs. Southern-NO

FG’s ATTEMPTED

1. 103 vs. Southern Miss 2. 97 vs. Houma AFB 97 vs. Mississippi College 4. 93 vs. Florida Tech 5. 91 at Northwestern St. 6. 90 vs. Texas College 90 vs. Troy St. 8. 89 vs. Mississippi College 89 vs. Mississippi College 10. 88 vs. Dallas Christian 88 vs. Millsaps 88 vs. Northwestern St. 88 vs. Mississippi College

FG PERCENTAGE

11-16-07 11-29-56 11-22-97 1-15-68 2-14-70 12-10-68 12-2-69 3-2-55 12-16-67 12-6-08

12-5-67 11-29-56 1-15-68 12-1-67 12-12-95 11-22-97 2-16-73 12-20-69 2-14-70 11-16-07 11-30-61 2-16-62 12-2-69

1. 89 vs. Florida Tech 2. 75 vs. Millsaps 3. 73 vs. Millsaps 73 vs. Mississippi College 5. 72 vs. Kentucky Wesleyan 72 vs. Mississippi College 7. 71 vs. Mississippi College 8. 69 vs. William Carey 9. 67 vs. Nicholls St. 10. 66 vs. Southern Miss 66 vs. Union University

ASSISTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8.

37 vs. Texas College 34 vs. Livingston University 32 vs. Delta St. 30 vs. Indiana Tech 29 vs. Jacksonville St. 28 vs. Dallas Christian 28 vs. Pikeville College 27 vs. Florida International 27 vs. Elmhurst College 27 vs. Baptist Christian

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Most Points Scored 43, Jim McClain vs. Mississippi College (1968-69) Most Rebounds 31, C.A. Core vs. Mississippi College (1967-68) FGs Attempted 32, C.A. Core vs. Southern Miss (1967-68) FGs Scored 17, Jim McClain vs. Mississippi College (1968-69) 17, Gerald Jones vs. Cal State-Bakersfield (1986-87) Best FG Pct. (12 att.) 92.9 (13-14), Stafford Riley vs. Northwestern St. (1988-89) 3-Pt. FGs Att. 24, Daryl Cohen vs. McNeese State (2006-07) 3-Pt. FGs Made 10, Daryl Cohen vs. McNeese State (2006-07) 3-Pt Percentage .857 (6-7), Quennell Green at UTSA (2-4-06) FTs Attempted 23, Bobby Perry vs. Mississippi College (1969-70) FTs Made 18, Bobby Perry vs. Mississippi College (1969-70) FT Percentage 1.000 (15-15), C.A. Core vs. Miss. College (1969-70) Consecutive FTs Made 15, C.A. Core vs. Northwestern St. (1964-65) Assists 16, Kevin Fogg vs. Pikeville College (1974-75) Blocked Shots 11, Bill Dukes vs. McNeese State (1984-85) Steals 10, Ricky Woods at Lamar (3-3-06)

INDIVIDUAL: Single Season Thelander “Legs” Tillman (1981-85) FT’s ATTEMPTS

1. 64 vs. Mississippi College 2. 54 vs. Southern Miss 3. 53 vs. Louisiana College 4. 50 vs. Southern Miss 50 vs. Lamar 50 vs. Northwestern St. 50 vs. North Texas St. 50 vs. Georgia St. 9. 49 vs. McNeese St. 10. 48 vs. Mississippi College 48 vs. Mississippi College

FT’s MADE

12-2-69 12-28-55 2-19-57 1-12-57 12-18-64 2-6-65 1-5-91 2-15-83 2-21-59 12-18-67 12-10-68

1. 43 vs. Mississippi College 12-2-69 2. 40 vs. North Texas 1-5-91 3. 39 vs. Southern Miss 12-28-55 4. 38 vs. Southern Miss 1-12-57 5. 37 vs. Texas-San Antonio 1-6-00 6. 36 vs. Southern Miss 12-3-52 36 vs. Texas-San Antonio 2-25-82 8. 35 vs. Louisiana College 2-19-57 35 vs. Southwestern Louisiana 1-29-66 10. 34 vs. McNeese St. 2-21-59 34 vs. Mississippi College 12-18-67 34 vs. Mississippi College 12-10-68 34 vs. Centenary College 2-7-81 12-1-67 34 vs. Tennessee St. 1-9-82 1-17-68 34 vs. Southern 12-19-95 11-30-61 12-18-67 12-18-61 FT PERCENTAGE 2-9-08 12-10-68 1. 1.000 (19/19) at Lamar 1-10-50 2-4-69 1.000 (11/11) vs. Spring Hill 2-18-93 12-9-67 1.000 (11/11) vs. Florida Int’l 12-19-83 1-18-73 1.000 (8/8) vs. North Park 1-30-86 2-6-67 1.000 (8/8) vs. UALR 2-12-94 11-30-73 1.000 (6/6) vs. Samford 7. .969 (32/33) vs. So. Arkansas 12-3-54 8. .952 (20/21) vs. Ill. Wesleyan 12-16-61 9. .950 (19/20) vs. UTSA 1-5-06 11-22-97 10. .939 (31/33) vs. NW State. 1-20-54 2-12-73 12-17-63 12-30-75 BLOCKS 2-4-85 1-15-77 1. 14 vs. McNeese State 12-4-85 11-16-07 2. 13 vs. Florida A&M 1-16-85 12-7-74 3. 12 vs. Texas Southern 3-8-04 1-4-96 4. 11 vs. Northwestern State 11-14-08 12-29-73 11, at Arkansas 3-1-06 12-1-95 6. 10, at McNeese State 10, at Central Arkansas 1-28-09 7. 9 vs. Southern 12-6-03 9 vs Texas College 11-27-96 9 vs. Campbell 2-24-96 9 vs. UALR 2-3-83 9 vs. Georgia State 2-9-84 9 vs. Chicago State 12-2-06

1. .686 (35-51) vs. Southern Miss. 12-21-64 2. .679 (38-56) vs. Central Ark. 2-28-09 3. .675 (27-40) at Nicholls State 1-26-08 4. .667 (32-48) vs. USL 12-30-64 5. .659 (31-47) vs. Tampa 1-27-71 .659 (31-47) vs. Nicholls St. 1-28-82 .659 (29-44) vs. Chicago St. 12-18-84 6. .651 (28-43) vs. UALR 2-22-82 7. .646 (31-48) at UTSA 2-4-06 10. .645 (31-48) vs. Southern 2-15-89

REBOUNDS

INDIVIDUAL: Single Game

12-2-69 11-22-97 11-16-07 12-10-68 12-16-67 12-1-94 12-18-67 11-29-56 1-26-68 11-23-91

Harvey Baker (1991-95) STEALS 1. 2. 4. 5. 8.

21 vs. LSU-Shreveport 20 vs. Northwestern St. 20 vs. Baptist Christian 19 vs. McNeese St. 18 vs. Centenary College 18 vs. Northwestern St. 18 vs. Baptist Christian 17 vs. Belhaven 17 vs. Baptist Christian 17 vs. Northwestern St.

12-4-93 2-28-85 12-1-95 12-5-90 12-18-82 2-20-89 11-30-93 12-4-02 12-2-96 1-28-85

MARGIN OF VICTORY

1. 86, Dallas Christian (H, 07-08) 128-42 2. 63, Baptist Christian (H, 93-94) 100-37 3. 60, Houma A.F.B. (H, 56-57) 113-53 4. 57, Southern-N.O. (H, 08-09) 108-51 5. 56, Baptist Christian (H, 94-95) 115-59 6. 50, Pensacola Navy (H, 54-55) 85-35 7. 48, Univ.of Mexico (H, 65-66) 96-48 8. 44, Northeast St. (A, 52-53) 87-43 9. 43, Belhaven (H, 02-03) 88-45 10. 40, Northeast St. (H, 52-53) 89-49 40, Culver Stockton (A, 55-56) 85-45 40, Dillard (H, 08-09) 99-59

MARGIN OF DEFEAT

1. 54, Auburn (A, 98-99) 2. 52, Mississippi St. (A, 88-89) 3. 51, Baylor (A, 91-92) 51, Memphis (A, 92-93) 5. 49, LSU (A, 90-91) 6. 46, Purdue (A, 79-80) 7. 43, Mississippi St. (A, 95-96) 8. 42, Murray St. (A, 50-51) 42, Oklahoma St. (A, 90-91) 42, Montana (A, 91-92)

114-60 113-61 96-45 109-58 117-68 105-59 121-78 86-44 88-46 89-47

Points Scoring Average Most Rebounds Rebound Average FGs Attempted FGs Made FG % (min. 120 att.) 3-Pt. FGs Att 3-Pt. FGs Made 3-Pt. FG Pct FTs Attempted FTs Made FT Pct. (min. 50 atts) Consecutive FTs Made Assists Assists Average Blocked Shots Steals

TEAM: Single Game Total Points FGs Attempted FGs Made FG Percentage 3 Pt. FGs Att 3 Pt. FGs Made 3 Pt. FG Pct FTs Attempted FTs Made Most Rebounds Most Fouls Most Fouled Out Fewest Points Scored Fewest Points Yielded Most Points Yielded Most Assists Most Steals Most Blocks

590, Sam Bowie (1995-96) 22.3, C.A. Core (1964-65) 439, C.A. Core (1967-68) 18.5, C.A. Core (1967-68) 484, Teddy Butler (1986-87) 208, Sam Bowie (1995-96) 63.7 (137-215), Joseph Polite (2006-07) 285, Daryl Cohen (2006-07) 105, Daryl Cohen (2006-07) 44.4% (20-45), Kendrick Cannon (1992-93) 244, Jerry Kelly (1982-83) 168 (of 208), Don Wilson (1965-66) 87.9 (80-91), Terry Bryant (2006-07) 41, Troy Green (1996-97) 188, Leo McClure (1976-77) 7.0, Leo McClure (1976-77) 64, Patrick Sullivan (2008-09) 79, Hank Washington (1992-93)

135 vs. Mississipppi College (1969-70) 103 vs. Southern Miss (1967-68) 53 vs. Dallas Christian (11-16-07) 68.6% (35-51) vs. Southern Miss (1964-65) 44 at Northwestern State (1995-96) 17 vs. Southern (1990-91); vs. Dallas Christian (11-26-07) 71.4% (10-14) at Nicholls State (1-26-08) 64 vs. Mississipppi College (1969-70) 43 vs. Mississipppi College (1969-70) 89 vs. Florida Tech (1967-68) 40 vs. Spring Hill College (1961-62) 5 vs. Southern Miss (1952-53), vs. Centenary (1993-94) 25 vs. McNeese State (1960-61) 29 vs. McNeese State (1959-60) 140 vs. Southwestern Louisiana (1969-70) 37 vs. Texas College (1997-98) 21, vs. LSU-Shreveport (12-4-93) 14, vs. McNeese State (2-4-85)

TEAM: Single Season

Most Points 2,296 [27 games] (1995-96) Offensive Average 87.0 (1967-68) Defensive Average 53.7 (1948-49) Rebound Average 57.6 (1967-68) Most Field Goals 886 (1972-73) Best FG Percentage 49.1 (1985-86) Most FT Made 605 (1965-66) Best FT Percentage 73.6 (1966-67) Best 3-Pt. FG Pct. 36.0 - [155-430] (2005-06) Most 3-Pt FG Made 227 (1997-98) Most Rebounds 1,340 (1972-73) Most Games Won 24 (2004-05) Most Games Lost 24 (1988-89) Best Won-Loss Record .750 [21-7] (1972-73) Fewest Games Won 3 (1963-64, 1988-89) Fewest Games Lost 7 (1972-73) Consecutive Games Won 15 (1953-54) Consecutive Games Lost 16 (1988-89, 1997-98)

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Single-Season Leaders

GAMES PLAYED 1. 6. 9.

Nate Lofton Jonathan Patton Jonathan Walker Terry Bryant Chris Lee Dick Sharp Dennis Wagner Donald Hood Charley Kinsley Cliff Foster Teddy Butler Gerald Jones Terry Martin Neill Berry Ricky Woods

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

Sam Bowie Hank Washington Ricky Woods Sam Bowie C.A. Core Hank Washington C.A. Core Teddy Butler C.A. Core Ricky Woods

SCORING AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

C.A. Core Sam Bowie C.A. Core Hank Washington C.A. Core C.A. Core Sam Bowie Jerry Travis Jim McClain Hank Washington

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

C.A. Core C.A. Core Curlee Connors C.A. Core Curlee Connors Nate Lofton Pete Meriweather Ricky Woods Charlie Jones C.A. Core

REBOUNDING AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

C.A. Core C.A. Core Curlee Connors C.A. Core Curlee Connors C.A. Core Jimmy Cress Pete Meriweather Nate Lofton Ricky Woods

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

Leo McClure Keith Gordon Rico Grant Terry Bryant Michael Gardener John Picou Joe Venable Troy Green Booker Young Pat Strange

2004-05 2004-05 2004-05 2004-05 2004-05 1953-54 1953-54 1953-54 1953-54 1953-54 1986-87 1986-87 1986-87 2004-05 2004-05

33 33 33 33 33 32 32 32 31 31 31 31 31 31 31

1995-96 1992-93 2004-05 1994-95 1964-65 1991-92 1967-68 1986-87 1965-66 2005-06

590 580 566 549 536 533 521 510 501 499

1964-65 1995-96 1967-68 1992-93 1966-67 1965-66 1994-95 1965-66 1967-68 1991-92

22.3 21.9 21.7 21.5 21.2 20.0 19.6 19.4 19.0 19.0

1967-68 1965-66 1969-70 1966-67 1970-71 2003-04 1991-92 2005-06 1972-73 1964-65

439 396 393 344 336 315 308 304 299 296

1967-68 1965-66 1969-70 1966-67 1970-71 1964-65 1962-63 1991-92 2003-04 2005-06

18.5 15.9 15.1 15.0 12.9 12.3 11.0 11.0 10.9 10.9

1976-77 1984-85 1995-96 2006-07 2003-04 1993-94 1985-86 1997-98 1971-72 1987-88

188 157 151 144 143 137 136 132 126 126

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Ricky Woods Teddy Butler Sam Bowie C.A. Core Hank Washington C.A. Core Dennis Wagner C.A. Core Sam Bowie C.A. Core

2004-05 1986-87 1995-96 1967-68 1992-93 1964-65 1953-54 1966-67 1994-95 1965-66

217 (of 212 (of 208 (of 203 (of 203 (of 192 (of 188 184 (of 184 (of 182 (of

389) 484) 458) 458) 389) 344) (NA) 379) 430) 383)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

(Minimum of 40 attempts) 1. John Picou 1994-95 .456 (36-79) 2. Chris Lee 2005-06 .448 (26-58) 3. Kendrick Cannon 1992-93 .444 (20-45) 4. Teddy Butler 1986-87 .433 (29-68) 5. Kevyn Green 2008-09 .426 (43-101) 6. Carlos Burroughs 1986-87 .425 (17-40) 7. Dekyron Nicks 2007-08 .424 (28-66) 8. Marcus Smith 2002-03 .423 (55-130) 9. Hank Washington 1992-93 .417 (48-115) 10. Maurice Clark 1997-98 .412 (56-136)

(Minimum of 120 attempts) 1. Joseph Polite 2006-07 .637 (137-215) 2. Nate Lofton 2003-04 .596 (136-228) 3. Noble Evans 1997-98 .590 (115-195) 4. Patrick Sullivan 2007-08 .587 (121-206) 5. John Dixon 1985-86 .583 (91-156) 6. Wayne Booker 1980-81 .582 (164-282) 7. Craig Huss 1972-73 .580 (94-162) 8. Patrick Sullivan 2008-09 .575 (149-259) 9. Thelander Tillman 1984-85 .569 (70-123) 10. Troy Hall 1982-83 .563 (85-151)

BLOCKED SHOTS

FREE THROWS MADE

STEALS

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

Don Wilson Bennie Kimble Ricky Woods Jerry Kelly C.A. Core Wayne Newsome Hank Washington Curley Connors Hank Washington C.A. Core

1965-66 1956-57 2005-06 1982-83 1964-65 1958-59 1991-92 1970-71 1990-91 1965-66

168 165 156 153 152 148 144 140 139 137

(of (of (of (of (of (of (of (of (of (of

200) 232) 246) 244) 238) 198) 190) 203) 180) 227)

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

Patrick Sullivan Thelander Tillman Patrick Sullivan Marvin Pierre Nate Lofton Patrick Sullivan Bill Dukes Nate Lofton Ricky Woods Thelander Tillman

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

Hank Washington Bernard Sylve Nate Lofton Tavaris Nance Ricky Woods Ricky Woods John Picou Amir Abdur-Rahim Rico Grant Reggie Jackson

2008-09 1982-83 2007-08 1991-92 2004-05 2006-07 1984-85 2003-04 2005-06 1983-84

64 62 60 54 52 51 51 47 47 46

1992-93 1990-91 2004-05 2007-08 2005-06 2004-05 1993-94 2003-04 1995-96 1994-95

79 60 60 58 57 56 55 50 50 50

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

(Minimum of 50 attempts) 1. Terry Bryant 2006-07 .879 (80-91) 2. Leo McClure 1976-77 .862 (50-58) 3. Troy Green 1997-98 .859 (61-71) 4. Brian Pietri 1956-57 .855 (71-83) 5. Don Wilson 1965-66 .840 (168-200) 6. Marcus Kemp 1999-00 .836 (56-67) 7. Rick Minton 1978-79 .833 (50-60) 8. Troy Green 1996-97 .832 (94-113) 9. Don Wilson 1964-65 .823 (93-113) 10. Hank Washington 1992-93 .818 (126-154)

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Daryl Cohen Troy Green Kevyn Green Amir Abdur-Rahim Amir Abdur-Rahim Marcus Kemp Jonathan Patton Amir Abdur-Rahim Jaron Singletary Greg Winnier

2006-07 1995-96 2007-08 2001-02 2002-03 1999-00 2004-05 2003-04 2000-01 1993-94

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Daryl Cohen Troy Green Troy Green Amir Abdur-Rahim Greg Winnier Kevyn Green Amir Abdur-Rahim Jaron Singletary Amir Abdur-Rahim Sam Bowie

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

2006-07 1995-96 1996-97 2001-02 1993-94 2007-08 2003-04 2000-01 2002-03 1995-96

105 98 80 77 75 70 69 64 65 65 285 283 236 210 207 201 199 188 188 183

Hank Washington’s 580 points in 1992-93 are the second-most in a single-season in school history.

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Career Leaders

GAMES PLAYED

1. Terry Bryant 2. Joe Venable Jonathan Walker 4. Jerry Kelly Troy Green 6. Mike Wolf 7. Thelander Tillman Bo Bo McNair Harvey Baker 10. Robert Cousin

SCORING

1. C.A. Core 2. Hank Washington 3. Don Wilson 4. Harvey Baker 5. Troy Green 6. Jerry Kelly 7. Amir-Abdur-Rahim 8. Dick Sharp 9. Sam Bowie 10. Thelander Tillman 11. Cecil Harris 12. Robert Cousin 13. Ricky Woods 14. Freddie Lucas 15. Melvin Smith

SCORING AVERAGE

1. C.A. Core 2. Sam Bowie 3. Hank Washington 4. Curlee Connors Ricky Woods 6. Bennie Kimble 7. Jeff Tyson 8. Jim McClain 9. Charlie Jones 10. Amir Abdur-Rahim

REBOUNDING

1. C.A. Core 2. Freddie Lucas 3. Jerry Kelly 4. Curlee Connors 5. Gary Childers 6. Thelander Tillman 7. Jimmy Cress 8. Melvin Smith 9. Nate Lofton 10. Craig Huss Mike Rance

REBOUNDING AVERAGE 1. C.A. Core 2. Curlee Connors 3. Charlie Jones 4. Pete Meriweather 5. Stafford Riley 6. Ricky Woods 7. Nate Lofton 8. Wayne Booker 9. Freddie Lucas 10. Jimmy Cress

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

Leo McClure Troy Green Joe Venable Terry Bryant John Picou Hank Washington Lee Carney William Bond

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2003-07 1983-87 2002-06 1979-83 1995-99 1987-92 1981-85 1981-85 1991-95 1982-86

114 111 111 107 107 106 105 105 105 104

9. Rick Minton 10. Corky Brown

FIELD GOALS MADE

1. C.A. Core 2. Harvey Baker 3. Hank Washington 4. Dick Sharp 5. Don Wilson 6. Jerry Kelly 7. Freddie Lucas 8. Melvin Smith 9. Robert Cousin 10. Bruce Gilmore

1976-79 1967-70

229 225

1964-68 1991-95 1992-93 1951-55 1963-67 1979-83 1971-75 1973-77 1982-86 1972-76

759 543 529 490 472 453 452 446 444 420

1964-68 1990-93 1963-67 1991-95 1995-99 1979-83 2001-04 1951-55 1994-96 1981-85 1968-72 1982-86 2004-06 1971-75 1973-77

2,046 1,585 1,398 1,352 1,320 1,319 1,282 1,234 1,139 1,126 1,085 1,072 1,065 1,025 1,003

1964-68 1994-95 1990-93 1969-71 2004-06 1955-57 1976-78 1967-69 1971-73 2001-04

21.3 19.6 19.1 17.5 17.5 17.4 17.3 17.2 16.1 15.4

1964-68 1971-75 1979-83 1969-71 1962-66 1981-85 1958-63 1973-77 2003-05 1970-74 1972-76

1475 820 792 729 666 653 643 612 553 548 548

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

1964-68 1969-71 1971-73 1991-93 1987-89 2004-06 2003-05 1980-82 1971-75 1958-63

15.4 14.0 10.4 10.2 9.2 8.7 8.6 8.2 8.1 7.6

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

1973-77 1995-99 1983-87 2003-07 1993-95 1990-93 1997-01 1977-80

433 357 340 334 258 245 240 236

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Minimum 250 attempts) 1. Joseph Polite 2. Patrick Sullivan 3. Nate Lofton 4. Wayne Booker 5. Troy Hall 6. Stafford Riley 7. Jason Kay 8. Jesse Shanks 9. Robert Cousin 10. Donald Ceasar Ricky Woods

FREE THROWS MADE

1. C.A. Core 2. Don Wilson 3. Jerry Kelly 4. Hank Washington 5. Thelander Tillman 6. Ricky Woods 7. Bennie Kimble 8. Cecil Harris 9. Amir Abdur-Rahim 10. Harvey Baker Sam Bowie

2005-07 .620 (196-315) 2006- .580 (328-566) 2003-05 .569 (273-480) 1980-82 .568 (299-526) 1981-83 .551 (152-276) 1987-89 .544 (294-540) 1995-97 .541 (164-303) 1958-60 .533 (213-400) 1982-86 .531 (444-836) 2000-02 .526 (194-369) 2004-06 .526 (388-738)

1964-68 1963-67 1979-83 1990-93 1981-85 2004-06 1955-57 1968-72 2001-04 1991-95 1994-96

524 454 413 409 290 287 284 269 256 247 247

(Minimum 150 attempts) 1. Leo McClure 1973-77 .819 2. Rick Minton 1976-79 .817 3. Troy Green 1995-99 .811 4. Terry Bryant 2003-07 .810 5. Don Wilson 1963-67 .787 6. Corky Brown 1967-70 .782 7. Harvey Baker 1991-93 .781 8. Hank Washington 1990-93 .780 9. William Bond 1977-80 .779 10. Harvey Baker 1991-95 .767

1. Troy Green 2. Amir-Abdur-Rahim 3. Mike Wolf 4. Kevyn Green 5. Daryl Cohen 6. Glenn Charles 7. Hank Washington 8. Jaron Singletary 9. Sam Bowie 10. Greg Winnier

1995-99 2001-04 1987-92 2006-09 2005-07 1994-98 1990-93 1999-01 1994-95 1993-95

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Troy Green Amir-Abdur-Rahim Mike Wolf Daryl Cohen Kevyn Green Glenn Charles

1995-99 2001-04 1987-92 2005-07 2006-09 1994-98

(of (of (of (of (of (or (of (of (of (of (of

820) 577) 640) 524) 453) 447) 399) 351) 341) 322) 342)

7. Sam Bowie 8. Greg Winnier 9. Jaron Singletary 10. Hank Washington

1994-96 1993-95 199-01 1990-93

346 337 328 325

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Minimum 50 att.) 1. Dekyron Nicks 2. Teddy Butler 3. Jamaal Wolfe 4. Darren McClure 5. John Picou Kevyn Green 7. Maurice Clark 8. Daryl Cohen 9. Harvey Baker 10. Glenn Charles

BLOCKED SHOTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Patrick Sullivan Thelander Tillman Nate Lofton Marvin Pierre Jonathan Walker Bill Dukes Ricky Woods Sam Bowie Jason Kay Kelland Payton

STEALS

1. Hank Washington 2. Amir-Abdur-Rahim 3. Troy Green 4. Ricky Woods 5. Thelander Tillman 6. Joe Venable 7. Terry Bryant 8. Nate Lofton 9. Lee Carney 10. John Picou

2006-08 .446 (33-74) 1984-87 .433 (29-68) 2000-01 .404 (23-57) 1988-89 .403 (25-62) 1993-95 .396 (65-164) 2006-09 .396 (159-402) 1997-99 .374 (98-262) 2005-07 .366 (153-418) 1991-95 .365 (19-52) 1994-98 .363 (126-347)

2006- 1981-85 2003-05 1990-92 2002-06 1984-86 2004-06 1994-96 1995-97 1998-00

175 131 99 89 88 81 74 64 61 61

1990-93 2001-04 1995-99 2004-06 1981-85 1983-87 2003-07 2003-05 1997-01 1993-95

169 120 114 113 109 108 107 104 102 101

(127-155) (125-153) (223-275) (188-232) (454-577) (226-289) (171-219) (409-524) (120-154) (247-322)

257 194 170 159 153 126 118 111 108 107

700 597 490 418 402 347

Nate Lofton finished his career as the all-time leader in field goal percentage while ranking among the school leaders in rebounds, rebound average, blocks and steals.

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Year-by-Year Leaders

SCORING Year 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 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

Player Patrick Sullivan Kevyn Green Daryl Cohen Ricky Woods Ricky Woods Amir Abdur-Rahim Amir Abdur-Rahim Amir Abdur-Rahim Jaron Singletary Marcus Kemp Maurice Clark Maurice Clark Troy Green Sam Bowie Sam Bowie Harvey Baker Hank Washington Hank Washington Hank Washington Stafford Riley Troy Thaggart Teddy Butler Robert Cousin David Jones Thelander Tillman Jerry Kelly Jerry Kelly Wayne Booker Deboy Johnson David Williams Jeff Tyson Jeff Tyson Bruce Gilmore Bruce Gilmore Freddie Lucas Charles Jones Booker Young Curlee Conners Curlee Conners Jim McClain C.A. Core C.A. Core C.A. Core C.A. Core Ronnie Small Jimmy Cress Al Link Mike Brinkley Wayne Newsom Ron Klosterman David Glisson Bennie Kimble Bennie Kimble Dick Sharp Dennis Wagner Dick Sharp Joe Boyd Bert Barnett Harold Owens Aubrey Cole

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Year 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 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84

Player Patrick Sullivan Patrick Sullivan Joseph Polite Joseph Polite Ricky Woods Nate Lofton Gary Solomon Jonathan Walker Donald Ceasar Donald Ceasar Alfrado Jackson Kelland Payton Noble Evans Jason Kay Sam Bowie Sam Bowie Harvey Baker Hank Washington Harvey Baker Marvin Pierre Stafford Riley Stafford Riley Gerald Jones John Dixon Thelander Tillman Robert Cousin

G 30 29 30 28 33 29 27 27 29 27 26 26 28 27 28 27 27 28 28 20 26 31 28 26 28 27 27 27 26 25 25 27 21 25 25 28 24 26 26 25 24 23 25 24 15 21 24 25 24 23 22 27 24 21 33 23 24 22 23 24 G 30 30 30 27 33 29 27 27 26 29 27 26 26 28 27 28 27 27 24 28 20 28 31 28 27 24

Pts. 362 448 453 499 566 438 416 428 290 358 280 309 392 590 549 447 580 533 472 352 443 510 406 336 338 467 432 440 336 395 461 436 339 327 278 408 388 458 451 392 521 488 501 536 188 328 328 359 382 310 375 479 407 381 482 359 344 359 322 286

A 149 206 215 101 389 228 198 112 194 92 87 158 195 199 458 430 378 389 149 167 250 160 273 156 123 206

Avg. 12.1 15.4 15.1 17.8 17.2 15.1 15.4 15.9 10.0 13.3 10.8 11.9 14.0 21.9 19.6 16.6 21.5 19.0 16.9 17.6 17.0 16.5 14.5 12.9 12.1 17.3 16.0 16.3 12.9 15.6 18.4 16.1 16.1 13.1 11.1 16.6 16.2 17.6 17.3 15.7 21.7 21.2 20.0 22.3 12.5 15.6 13.7 14.4 15.9 13.5 17.0 17.7 17.0 18.1 14.6 15.5 14.3 16.3 14.0 11.9

M Pct. 259 .575 121 .587 137 .637 59 .584 217 .558 136 .596 99 .500 56 .500 102 .526 175 .526 176 .494 73 .462 115 .590 110 .553 208 .454 184 .428 174 .460 203 .522 73 .490 83 .497 134 .536 290 .552 145 .531 91 .583 70 .569 108 .524

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

Troy Hall Wayne Booker Wayne Booker David Williams David Williams Sam Ball Rusty Willis Dan Pieper Rusty Willis Freddie Lucas Craig Huss Charlie Jones Bobby Perry Curlee Conners Jim McClain Jim McClain Don Wilson Don Wilson C.A. Core Don Wilson Jimmy Cress Jimmy Cress Al Link Jesse Shanks Jesse Shanks David Glisson Bennie Kimble

27 27 27 24 25 25 27 22 25 25 27 24 26 26 25 21 23 25 24 21 21 24 25 24 23 22 27

REBOUNDING Year 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 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

Player Patrick Sullivan Patrick Sullivan Joseph Polite Ricky Woods Nate Lofton Nate Lofton Terry West Derrick Franklin Derrick Franklin Alfrado Jackson Marcus Mackey Noble Evans Noble Evans Jason Kay Jason Winningham Harvey Baker Harvey Baker Pete Meriweather Pete Meriweather Bernard Sylve Stafford Riley Stafford Riley Gerald Jones Bill Dukes Bill Dukes Thel. Tillman Jerry Kelly Jerry Kelly Wayne Booker David Williams Rick Banta Le. Washington Melvin Smith Mike Rance Mike Rance Freddie Lucas Charlie Jones Charlie Jones Curlee Conners Curlee Conners Roger Dormire C.A. Core C.A. Core C.A. Core C.A. Core Gary Childers Jimmy Cress Jimmy Cress Dave Votaw Charles Doskey (Not Available) Harvey Theriot

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Year 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03

151 244 282 278 327 209 277 135 170 221 162 209 172 346 333 314 283 292 344 158 259 264 248 225 175 358 331

85 .563 135 .553 164 .582 134 .482 167 .511 104 .498 145 .523 67 .496 91 .535 109 .493 94 .580 109 .522 84 .488 165 .477 158 .474 155 .494 141 .499 153 .524 192 .558 74 .468 119 .459 121 .458 118 .475 115 .511 98 .560 165 .461 157 .474

G 30 30 30 28 33 29 27 27 29 27 26 26 27 28 27 28 27 28 28 28 20 28 31 28 27 28 27 27 27 24 25 25 27 22 25 25 28 24 26 26 25 24 23 25 24 21 21 24 21 23

Reb. Avg. 210 7.0 189 6.3 146 4.9 304 10.9 238 7.2 315 10.9 128 4.7 203 7.5 130 4.5 149 5.5 204 7.8 172 6.6 198 7.3 198 7.1 276 10.2 177 6.3 152 5.6 234 9.4 308 11.0 234 8.4 160 8.0 281 10.0 212 6.8 260 9.3 186 6.9 207 7.4 242 9.0 229 8.5 230 8.5 142 5.9 185 7.4 200 8.0 195 7.2 190 8.6 194 7.8 218 8.7 299 10.7 146 10.3 336 12.9 393 15.1 186 7.4 439 18.5 344 15.0 396 15.9 296 12.3 167 7.9 231 11.0 240 10.0 160 7.6 216 9.3

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Player A Kevyn Green 48 Dekyron Nicks 80 Terry Bryant 91 Terry Bryant 64 Terry Bryant 71 Amir Abdur-Rahim 119 Terry West 113

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M Pct. 36 .750 64 .800 80 .879 50 .781 54 .761 97 .815 85 .752

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 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

ASSISTS Year 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 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

Donald Ceasar 42 Derrick Franklin 54 Marcus Kemp 56 Troy Green 35 Troy Green 71 Troy Green 113 Troy Green 56 Sam Bowie 132 Harvey Baker 122 Hank Washington 154 Hank Washington 190 Hank Washington 180 Stafford Riley 134 Troy Thaggart 97 Carlos Burroughs 92 Joe Venable 87 Willie Samuel 107 Robert Cousin 79 Troy Hall 90 Bo Bo McNair 86 Johnny Taylor 101 William Bond 69 Rick Minton 60 Rick Minton 66 Leo McClure 58 Rusty Willis 77 Rusty Willis 67 Craig Huss 101 John Shirley 65 Cecil Harris 89 Cecil Harris 73 Corky Brown 93 Corky Brown 74 Corky Brown 122 Don Wilson 146 Don Wilson 200 Don Wilson 113 Ronnie Small 77 Jimmy Cress 121 Glenn Bowman 88 Wallace Waddell 83 Wayne Newsom 198 Brian Pietri 83 David Glisson 68 Bennie Kimble 232 Tom Burke 154 (No Individual Stats Listed) (No Individual Stats Listed) Charles O'Drobinak 68 Charles O'Drobinak 83 Charles Kinsley 78 Bert Barnett 49 Aubrey Cole 76

32 .762 38 .704 67 .836 27 .771 61 .859 94 .832 41 .732 177 .746 99 .811 126 .818 144 .758 139 .772 84 .627 65 .670 66 .717 66 .759 80 .748 54 .684 58 .644 61 .709 78 .772 53 .768 50 .833 82 .805 50 .862 54 .701 48 .716 70 .693 46 .708 70 .787 59 .808 71 .763 59 .797 96 .787 116 .795 168 .840 93 .823 58 .753 90 .744 70 .795 62 .747 148 .737 71 .855 46 .676 165 .711 121 .786

Player Brandon Fortenberry Dekyron Nicks Terry Bryant Terry Bryant Nate Lofton Michael Gardener Michael Gardener Dyron Clark Jamaal Wolfe Lee Carney Lee Carney Troy Green Troy Green Rico Grant John Picou John Picou Demetrius Price Hank Washington Duane Donald Dallas Dale Pat Strange Joe Venable Joe Venable Keith Gordon Bo Bo McNair Troy Hall Wayne Booker Wayne Booker William Bond Rick Minton Rick Minton Leo McClure Leo McClure Kevin Fogg Kevin Fogg John Shirley

Ast. Avg. 120 4.0 123 4.1 144 4.8 99 4.1 91 2.8 143 4.9 73 3.3 60 2.3 69 2.6 73 2.7 85 3.4 132 5.1 94 3.4 151 5.6 121 4.3 137 5.1 125 4.6 93 3.3 66 2.4 79 2.9 126 4.5 120 3.9 136 4.9 157 6.0 89 3.3 111 4.1 109 4.0 95 3.5 107 4.1 121 4.7 91 3.6 188 6.9 124 5.6 115 6.1 90 3.8 123 4.3

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52 .764 58 .698 52 .666 35 .714 58 .763

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Booker Young Booker Young Cecil Harris Corky Brown C.A. Core

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126 90 91 62 83

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Year 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 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87

STEALS Year 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 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83

Player Kevyn Green Dekyron Nicks Daryl Cohen Chris Lee Jonathan Patton Michael Gardener Marcus Smith A. Abdur-Rahim Jaron Singletary Marcus Kemp Jeremy Hall Maurice Clark Glenn Charles Troy Green Sam Bowie John Picou Hank Washington Mike Wolf Mike Wolf Darren McClure Mike Wolf Teddy Butler

Player Chris Cyprian Tavaris Nance Daryl Cohen Ricky Woods Nate Lofton Amir Abdur-Rahim Dyron Clark Amir Abdur-Rahim Dyron Clark Lee Carney Troy Green Noble Evans Noble Evans Troy Green Rico Grant Reggie Jackson John Picou Hank Washington Hank Washington Bernard Sylve Darren McClure Troy Thaggart Gerald Jones Joe Venable Keith Gordon Bobo McNair Thelander Tillman

BLOCKED SHOTS Year 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 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83

Player Patrick Sullivan Patrick Sullivan Patrick Sullivan Ricky Woods Nate Lofton Nate Lofton Jonathan Walker Donald Ceasar Donald Ceasar Kelland Payton Kelland Payton Andre Lewis Jason Kay Sam Bowie Jason Winningham Sam Bowie Jemichael Pearson Vandy Hopson Marvin Pierre Marvin Pierre Darryl Jones Theo Howell Teddy Butler John Dixon Thelander Tillman Thelander Tillman Thelander Tillman

G 14 30 30 28 33 29 27 27 29 27 24 26 28 27 28 27 27 28 28 26 26 28

4.8 3.4 3.5 2.6 3.4

A M Pct. 101 43 .426 66 28 .424 285 105 .368 58 26 .448 182 69 .379 104 40 .385 130 55 .423 210 77 .367 188 65 .346 182 70 .385 146 58 .397 136 56 .412 86 33 .384 283 98 .346 163 49 .301 85 29 .341 115 48 .417 161 61 .379 119 42 .353 62 25 .403 129 43 .333 68 29 .433 G St. 29 39 30 58 30 30 28 57 33 60 29 50 27 41 27 33 28 36 27 42 26 28 26 34 27 27 28 27 27 50 28 50 27 55 27 79 28 48 28 60 26 25 26 33 31 47 28 31 26 40 27 42 27 46 G 30 30 30 28 33 29 27 27 27 25 26 25 28 27 27 28 25 27 28 28 27 28 31 28 27 28 27

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University Center Records Southeastern - Team

Most FGs Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53, vs. Dallas Christian (2007-08) Most FGs Attempted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90, vs. Texas College (1997-98) Best FG Pct . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67.9 (38-56), vs. Central Arkansas (2/28/09) Fewest FGs . . . . . . . . 16, vs. Tennessee State (1986-87); Texas State (2004-05); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Stephen F. Austin (2007-08); Stephen F. Austin (1/24/09) Fewest FGs Att. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36, vs. Houston Baptist (1982-83) Poorest FG Pct. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28.8 (17/59), vs. Mississippi (1987-88) Most FT Attempted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50, vs. North Texas (1990-91) Most FT Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40, vs. North Texas (1990-91) Best Free Throw Pct. . . . . . . . . 1.000 (11/11), vs. Florida International (1992-93) Fewest FT Att. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, vs. Louisiana-Monroe (1984-85) Fewest FT Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, vs. Louisiana-Monroe (1984-85); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Louisiana College (1988-89); Stephen F. Austin (2000-01) Poorest FT Pct. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33.3 (4/12), vs. Mississippi (1987-88) Most 3-Pt. FGs Att. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37, vs. Loyola (1992-93) Most 3-Pt. FGs Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17, vs. Southern (1990-91) Best 3-Pt. FG Pct. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .667 (4/6), vs. Jackson State (1987-88); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (10/15) vs. Southern (1991-92) Most Rebounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64, vs. Southern (1995-96) Fewest Rebounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16, vs. Jackson State (1988-89) Most Fouls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33, vs. Nicholls State (1/31/09) Fewest Fouls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, vs. Grambling (1994-95) Most Total Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129, vs. Texas College (1997-98) Fewest Total Points . . . . . . . . . . 42, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2000-01, 2001-02); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Louisiana-Monroe (2005-06) Most Assists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37, vs. Texas College (1997-98) Fewest Assists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (1982-83) Most Turnovers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30, vs. Grambling (1992-93) Most Blocked Shots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14, vs. McNeese State (1984-85) Most Steals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21, vs. LSU-Shreveport (1993-94) Fewest Steals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, vs. Southern (2003-04); Lipscomb (2007-08) Most Combined Points . . . . . . . . . . . 226 (129-97), vs. Texas College (1997-98) Fewest Combined Points . . . . . . . . 82 (42-40), vs. Louisiana-Monroe (2005-06)

Opponents - Team

Most FGs Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41, by Arkansas-Little Rock (1985-86) Most FGs Attempted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82, by Southern (1994-95) Best FG Pct. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66.7 (26/39), by Sam Houston State (1985-86) Fewest FGs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, by Stephen F. Austin (2004-05) Fewest FGs Att. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32, by Stephen F. Austin (2002-03) Poorest FGs Pct. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22.1 (15/68), by Baptist Christian (1993-94) Most FT Att. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49, by Louisiana Tech (1991-92) Most FT Made . . . . . . . . . . . 31 (in 33 attempts), by Texas Wesleyan (11/19/05); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 (in 43 attempts), by Nicholls State (1/31/09) Best FT Pct. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.000 (21/21), by McNeese State (2000-01) Fewest FT Att. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, by North Park College (1983-84); . . .Grambling (1994-95); Stephen F. Austin (2000-01); Central Arkansas (2006-07) Fewest FT Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, by Baptist Christian (1994-95) Poorest FT Pct. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32.0 (8/25), by Northwestern State (1992-93) Most 3-Pt. FGs Att. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36, by Louisiana College (11/21/98) Most 3-Pt. FGs Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15, by Louisiana College (11/21/98) Best 3-Pt. FG Pct. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800 (4/5), by Jackson State (1987-88) Most Rebounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54, by McNeese State (1982-83) Fewest Rebounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18, by North Park College (1983-84); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nicholls State (2000-01) Most Fouls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35, by Northwestern State (1984-85) Fewest Fouls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, by Southern-New Orleans (12/6/08) Most Total Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114, by Southern (1993-94) Fewest Total Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33, by Stephen F. Austin (2004-05) Most Assists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24, by Southern (1991-92) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24, by College of Charleston (1993-94) Fewest Assists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, by Northeast Louisiana (1982-83) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Baptist Christian (1994-95); Texas State (2004-05) (2005-06) Most Turnovers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32, by Baptist Christian (1994-95) Most Blocked Shots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13, by Northwestern State (1993-94) Most Steals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18, by Southern (1988-89)

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Southeastern - Individuals

Most FGs Made . . . . . . . . . . 17, Gerald Jones vs. Cal-State Bakersfield (1986-87) Most FGs Att. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25, Harvey Baker vs. Southern (1993-94) Best FG Pct. (10 att.) . . . . . . . . .857, Eric Fortenberry vs. Marymount (1986-87) Most FT Att. . . . . . . . . . . . . 22, Alfrado Jackson vs. Louisiana College (1999-00) Most FT Made . . . . . . . . . . . 17, Alfrado Jackson vs. Louisiana College (1999-00) Best FT Pct. (9 att.) . 1.000 (11-11), Ricky Woods vs. UT-San Antonio (2005-06); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (9/9), Terry West vs. UT-San Antonio (2002-03); Most 3-Pt. FGs Att. . . . . . . . . . . . . 24, Daryl Cohen vs. McNeese State (2/1/07) Most 3-Pt. FGs Made . . . . . . . . . . 10, Daryl Cohen vs. McNeese State (2/1/07) Best 3-Pt. FG% . . . . . . .857 (6-7), Damon Forest vs. Central Arkansas (2/28/09) Most Rebounds . . . . . . . . . . . . 22, Nate Lofton vs. Texas-San Antonio (3/10/04) Most Total Points . . . . . . . . 38, Gerald Jones vs. Cal-State Bakersfield (1986-87) Most Assists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13, Scott Roniger vs. Spring Hill (2005-06) Most Turnovers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, John Picou vs. Nicholls State (1993-94) Most Blocked Shots . . . . . . . . . . . . 11, Bill Dukes vs. McNeese State (1984-85) Most Steals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, Thelander Tillman vs. Nicholls State (1982-83); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bernard Sylve vs. Northwestern State (1990-91); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amir Abdur-Rahim vs. Northwestern State (2/18/04)

Opponent - Individuals

Most FGs Made . . . . . . . . . . 13, Myron Jackson, Arkansas-Little Rock (1985-86); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reggie Jackson, Nicholls State (1993-94); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Terrell Jacob, Arkansas Baptist (2004-05); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trey Johnson, Jackson State (2006-07) Most FGs Attempted . . . . . . 31, Myron Jackson, Arkansas-Little Rock (1985-86) FG Pct. (10 atts) . . . . . . . . .900 (9/10), Brian Brooks, Texas Southern (1986-87) Most FT Attempted . . . . . . . . . . 19, George Leday, Louisiana Christian (1992-93) Most FT Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17, Krisner Green, Spring Hill (2005-06) Best FT Pct. (9 att) . . . . . 1.000 (12-12), Ben Hunt, Texas Wesleyan (11/19/05); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (12-12), LeRoy Hurd, Texas-San Antonio (3/10/04); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (10/10), Earl Hawkins, Cal State-Bakersfield (1986-87); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (9/9), Brandon Bush, Texas State (2006-07) Most 3 Pt FGs Att. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16, Tim Roberts, Southern (1994-95) Most 3 Pt FGs Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, Pat Abney, Louisiana College (1987-88) 3 Pt FG Pct. Made . . . . . . . . . . 1.000 (5/5), Marion Busby, Charleston (1993-94) Most Rebounds . . . . . . . . . 19, Donald Newman, Arkansas-Little Rock (1983-84); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Luther Dilworth, Southern (1993-94) Most Total Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34, Krisner Green, Spring Hill (2005-06) Most Assists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, Robert Clark, Stephen F. Austin (1985-86) Most Turnovers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9, Richie Thwatt, Texas College (1998-99); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Lester Brooks, Texas Southern (1984-85); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dwight Moody, Northwestern State (1984-85); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lamar Holt, Prairie View (1988-89) Most Blocked Shots . . . . . . . . . . . 7, Larry Terry, Northwestern State (1992-93); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Derrick Hill, LSU-Shreveport (2004-05) Most Steals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, Lorenzo Duncan, Sam Houston State (1984-85); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kenny Brown, Mercer (1992-93)

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Opponent (Year) . . . . . . vs. Murray State (1982-83) . . . . . . . . . . . vs. Tulane (1983-84) . . . vs. Stephen F. Austin (1986-87) . vs. Northwestern State (1984-85) . . . . . . . . . . . . vs. Rice (1985-86) . . . vs. Stephen F. Austin (1984-85) . . . . . . . . . vs. Southern (1991-92) vs. College of Charleston (1995-96) . vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (1985-86) . . . . . vs. Jackson State (1983-84) . . vs. Sam Houston State (3/10/05) . . . . . . . . . . vs. Mercer (1994-95) . . . . . vs. Jackson State (1982-83) . . . . . . . . vs. Campbell (1995-96) . vs. Northwestern State (1/21/06)

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Coaching History SEASON W-L PCT COACH 1947-48 5-15 .250 Luther Marlar 1948-49 12-12 .500 Luther Marlar 1949-50 13-11 .542 Luther Marlar 1950-51 13-10 .565 Luther Marlar 1951-52 10-14 .417 Luther Marlar 1952-53 12-11 .522 Luther Marlar 1953-54 22-10 .688 Luther Marlar 1954-55 10-11 .476 Luther Marlar 1955-56 14-10 .583 Luther Marlar 1956-57 16-11 .593 Luther Marlar 1957-58 8-17 .308 Luther Marlar 1958-59 7-16 .304 Luther Marlar 1959-60 12-12 .500 Luther Marlar 1960-61 8-17 .320 Luther Marlar 1961-62 10-14 .417 Luther Marlar 1962-63 8-13 .381 Luther Marlar 1963-64 3-18 .143 Luther Marlar 1964-65 12-12 .500 Luther Marlar 1965-66 17-8 .680 Luther Marlar 1966-67 11-12 .473 Luther Marlar 1967-68 11-13 .458 Bert Barnett 1968-69 4-22 .154 Bert Barnett 1969-70 9-17 .346 E.W. Foy 1970-71 11-15 .423 E.W. Foy 1971-72 9-15 .375 E.W. Foy 1972-73 21-7 .750 E.W. Foy 1973-74 15-10 .600 E.W. Foy 1974-75 14-11 .583 E.W. Foy 1975-76 12-11 .522 Ken Fortenberry 1976-77 16-11 .593 Ken Fortenberry 1977-78 11-14 .444 Ken Fortenberry 1978-79 7-19 .269 Ken Fortenberry 1979-80 9-17 .346 Ken Fortenberry 1980-81 14-13 .519 Ken Fortenberry 1981-82 16-11 .593 Ken Fortenberry 1982-83 18-9 .667 Ken Fortenberry 1983-84 11-17 .393 Ken Fortenberry 1984-85 18-9 .667 Newton Chelette 1985-86 10-18 .357 Newton Chelette 1986-87 10-21 .323 Newton Chelette 1987-88 7-21 .250 Chelette/Leo McClure 1988-89 3-24 .111 Leo McClure 1989-90 - - No team 1990-91 9-19 .333 Don Wilson 1991-92 6-22 .214 Don Wilson 1992-93 12-15 .444 Norm Picou 1993-94 10-17 .370 Norm Picou 1994-95 12-16 .429 John Lyles 1995-96 15-12 .556 John Lyles 1996-97 10-18 .357 John Lyles 1997-98 6-20 .231 John Lyles 1998-99 6-20 .231 John Lyles 1999-00 10-17 .370 Billy Kennedy 2000-01 8-21 .276 Billy Kennedy 2001-02 7-20 .259 Billy Kennedy 2002-03 11-16 .407 Billy Kennedy 2003-04 20-9 .690 Billy Kennedy 2004-05 24-9 .727 Billy Kennedy 2005-06 16-12 .571 Jim Yarbrough 2006-07 16-14 .533 Jim Yarbrough 2007-08 17-13 .567 Jim Yarbrough 2008-09 13-17 .433 Jim Yarbrough Totals 697-888 (.440)

Southeastern’s first coach in the “modern era,” Marlar also has the most wins of any of the Lion’s 10 head coaches. A member of the Southeastern Hall of Fame and the Louisiana Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame, Luther Marlar led the Lions to their first 20-win season (22-10) in 1953-54.

Luther Marlar Billy Kennedy returned to his alma mater in 1999 and slowly built Southeastern into a Southland Conference power. Guided the Lions to their best two-year record in school history and led Southeastern to its first-ever berth in the NCAA Championships.

Billy Kennedy Ken Fortenberry, whose 10-year tenure as head coach of the Lions is the second-longest in school history, guided Southeastern into Division I basketball with three straight winning seasons, including an 18-9 mark in 1982-83. His 128 victories is second behind Marler in school history.

Ken Fortenberry

All-Time Coaching Records (By wins) Name Luther Marlar Ken Fortenberry Billy Kennedy E.W. Foy Jim Yarbrough John Lyles Newton Chelette Norm Picou Bert Barnett Don Wilson Leo McClure

Years (Seasons) 1947-67 (20) 1975-84 (10) 1999-2005 (6) 1969-75 (6) 2005- (4) 1994-99 (5) 1984-88 (31/2) 1992-94 (2) 1967-69 (2) 1990-92 (2) 1988-89 (11/2)

W-L Pct. 223-254 .470 128-132 .490 80-92 .465 65-64 .504 62-56 .525 49-84 .368 41-57 .418 22-32 .407 15-35 .300 15-41 .268 7-36 .163

Southeastern Basketball Milestone Victories Win 1 100 200 300 400 500 600

Date 1947-48 1955-56 1965-66 1973-74 1981-82 1992-93 March 1, 2003

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

Opponent Bogalusa HS Westminster Mississippi College Livingston Nicholls State Grambling at McNeese State

Score 45-43 94-68 89-79 73-71 70-60 72-66 81-78 (ot)

Coach Luther Marlar Luther Marlar Luther Marlar E.W. Foy Ken Fortenberry Norm Picou Billy Kennedy

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All-Time Honors All-Southland Conference

2008-09................ Patrick Sullivan (Honorable mention) 2007-08...................................Kevyn Green (1st team) 2006-07................................. Daryl Cohen (2nd team); .................................. Terry Bryant (Honorable mention) 2005-06......................Ricky Woods (Player of the Year) ................................................. Ricky Woods (1st team) 2004-05................................... Nate Lofton (1st team); ................................................. Ricky Woods (1st team) .............................Ricky Woods (Newcomer of the Year) .....................................Ricky Woods (Tournament MVP) ......................................... Nate Lofton (All-Tournament) 2003-04......................... Amir-Abdur-Rahim (1st team); ................................................. Nate Lofton (1st team); ........................................Michael Gardener (2nd team); ....................................Terry West (Honorable mention); .................................Michael Gardener (All-Tournament) ............................. Nate Lofton (Newcomer-of-the-Year); ...................................Billy Kennedy (Coach-of-the-Year) 2002-03......................... Amir Abdur-Rahim (2nd team) 2001-02..........................Amir Abdur-Rahim (3rd Team) 1999-2000...............Marcus Kemp (Honorable Mention)

C.A. Core (1964-68)

SLU’s All-American who rewrote the Lions’ record books. SLU’s career leader in scoring with 2,046 points and rebounding with 1,475. Single season highs with 22.3 scoring average (1964-65), and 18.5 rebounding average (1967-68).

All-Trans America Athletic Conference

1995-96....................................Sam Bowie (1st Team); ............. Troy Green (Newcomer of the Year; 2nd Team); Jason Winningham (3rd Team); ....................................Rico Grant (All-Newcomer Team) 1994-95.................................. Sam Bowie (2nd Team); ..............................Harvey Baker (TAAC All-Tournament) 1993-94................................ Harvey Baker (2nd Team) 1992-93..................................Hank Washington (2nd); .................................................. Pete Meriweather (3rd) 1991-92.................................. Pete Meriweather (2nd); ................................................ Hank Washington (2nd);

..........................Michael Gardener (Honorable mention); ...................................Billy Kennedy (Coach-of-the-Year) 2002-03......................... Amir Abdur-Rahim (2nd team) 2001-02......................... Amir Abdur-Rahim (2nd team) 1995-96.................................... Sam Bowie (1st team); .................................... Troy Green (Honorable Mention) 1994-95.................................... Sam Bowie (1st team), .................................Harvey Baker (Honorable Mention) 1992-93........................... Hank Washington (3rd team) 1986-87 ..................................Teddy Butler (3rd team) 1985-86.................................Robert Cousin (3rd team) 1984-85.................................Robert Cousin (3rd team) 1983-84...........................Thelander Tillman (3rd team) 1982-83..................................... Jerry Kelly (2nd team) 1981-82................................Wayne Booker (3rd team) 1978-79............. David Williams (Freshman of the Year)

All-South Independent

1981-82................................ Wayne Booker (1st team) 1980-81............................... Wayne Booker (2nd team)

All-Independent

1990-91.................. Bernard Sylve (Honorable Mention)

LABC Hall of Fame

1996-97......................................................Don Wilson 1994-95.......................................................Dick Sharp 1985-86...................................................Luther Marlar 1979-80.........................................................C.A. Core

All-America

1967-68............................................. C.A. Core (NAIA) 1966-67....................................... C.A. Core (NAIA, AP)

National Association of Basketball Coaches

2006-07.................................. Daryl Cohen (2nd team) 2005-06....................Ricky Woods, District 8 (1st team) 2004-05....................Nate Lofton, District 8 (1st team); ..................................Ricky Woods, District 8 (1st team) All-Gulf Star Conference 1986-87............................................Teddy Butler (1st) ....................Billy Kennedy, District 8 (Coach-of-the-Year) 1985-86........................................ Robert Cousin (1st); 2003-04.......... Amir Abdur-Rahim, District 8 (1st team); .............................................................Bill Dukes (2nd) ..................................Nate Lofton, District 8 (2nd team) 1984-85.........................................Robert Cousin (1st); ....................Billy Kennedy, District 8 (Coach-of-the-Year) 1995-96.................... Sam Bowie, District 8 (2nd Team) .......................................................Keith Gordon (2nd); 1994-95.................... Sam Bowie, District 8 (2nd Team) ............................................................Bill Dukes (2nd); ..............................Newton Chelette (Coach of the Year) Special Awards 2004-05............LABC Coach of the Year - Billy Kennedy 2003-04............LABC Coach of the Year - Billy Kennedy All-Gulf South Conference 1978-79............. David Williams (Freshman of the Year) 1978-79...........CoSIDA Academic All-America - Steve Grigas 1977-78........................................................Jeff Tyson 1953-54................. NAIA E.S. Liston Award: Dick Sharp 1975-76..................................................Bruce Gilmore 1974-75........................... Freddie Lucas, Bruce Gilmore 1973-74.................................................. Freddie Lucas 1972-73.............................. Charles Jones, John Shirley 1971-72..................................................Booker Young ....................... Hank Washington (TAAC All-Tournament)

Amir Abdur-Rahim (2001-04)

A three-time All-Southland Conference selection, Abdur-Rahim finished his career as the seventh-leading scorer in school history and was second in 3-point field goals made (193) and attempted (596).

All-Gulf States Conference

1970-71................................................Curlee Connors 1969-70................................................Curlee Connors 1967-68............................................ C.A. Core (LSWA) 1966-67..............................C.A. Core (LSWA, Coaches) 1965-66.................... C.A. Core (MVP, Coaches, LSWA); .................................................. Don Wilson (Coaches); .............................. Sportsmanship Award: Gary Childers 1964-65..............................C.A. Core (LSWA, Coaches) 1962-63......................... Jimmy Cress (LSWA, Coaches) 1959-60...............................Wayne Newsom (Coaches) 1957-58...................................David Glisson (Coaches) 1956-57.......................Bennie Kimble (Coaches, LSWA) 1955-56........................................Dick Stiga (Coaches) 1954-55.......................................Dick Sharp (Coaches) 1953-54..................... Jerry Askeroth (LSWA, Coaches); ..........................................Dick Sharp (LSWA,Coaches); ..............................................Dennis Wagner (Coaches) 1952-53.......................................................Dick Sharp 1949-50..................................................Harold Owens 1948-49.....................................................Aubrey Cole

All-Louisiana Sports Writers

Former Athletic Director and basketball letterwinner Dick Sharp was a 1994-95 inductee into the Louisiana Association of Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame.

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2007-08..................................Kevyn Green (2nd team) 2006-07.................................. Daryl Cohen (2nd team) 2005-06................................... Ricky Woods (1st team) 2004-05..................................Ricky Woods (1st team); ................................................ Nate Lofton (2nd team); .............................Jonathan Patton (honorable mention) ........................Ricky Woods (Co-Newcomer of the Year) ...................................Billy Kennedy (Coach-of-the-Year) 2003-04......................... Amir Abdur-Rahim (1st team); ................................................ Nate Lofton (2nd team);

Ricky Woods (2004-06)

Named Southland Conference Player of the Year in 2005-06. Woods twice earned first-team AllSLC honors and helped the Lions to the 2005 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships

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All-Time Results

1947-48 Luther Marlar (5-15)

Date Bogalusa Gaylords # Bogalusa Gaylords Louisiana-Lafayette # Mississippi College 1.10 Louisiana Tech 1.16 Louisiana College Northwestern State Centenary 1.28 Spring Hill College 1.29 Southern Mississippi Centenary # Louisiana Tech # Louisiana-Lafayette Northwestern State # Louisiana College # Southern Mississippi # Spring Hill College # Loyola (N.O.) # Loyola (N.O.) Northwestern State* * - NAIB Playoff

1948-49 Luther Marlar (12-12)

Date 11.23 Keesler Field # 12.2 Keesler Field 12.4 Spring Hill College # 12.7 Delta State 12.9 Livingston State # 12.11 Louisiana College # 12.13 Western Illinois # 12.17 Louisiana-Lafayette 12.30 E. Texas Baptist # 1.4 Spring Hill College 1.8 Louisiana Tech # 1.13 Delta State # 1.15 Northwestern State # 1.18 Louisiana-Lafayette # 1.24 Centenary # 1.27 Southern Mississippi Louisiana College 2.2 Centenary 2.8 Louisiana Tech 2.9 Northwestern State 2.15 Loyola (N.O.) # 2.17 Southern Mississippi # Livingston State 2.23 Loyola (N.O.)

1949-50 Luther Marlar (13-11)

Date 11.30 Tulane 12.3 Arkansas State 12.6 Western Illinois Southern Illinois 12.10 Louisiana College # 12.12 Louisiana-Lafayette # 12.15 Spring Hill College Southern Mississippi Louisiana-Lafayette 1.14 Louisiana Tech # Loyola (N.O.) 1.20 Southern Mississippi # Centenary # 1.31 Northwestern State # Centenary Louisiana Tech 2.9 Spring Hill College # Louisiana College Northwestern State Loyola (N.O.) # 2.21 East Texas Baptist * Northwestern State * Louisiana-Lafayette * College of Puget Sound** * NAIB Playoffs; ** NAIA Tournament

SLU 45 45 52 65 35 55 27 35 40 40 42 49 50 34 41 54 57 42 47 37

Opp 43 49 61 54 61 50 65 55 43 64 64 59 53 67 37 44 66 76 50 62

SLU 46 43 49 49 68 72 56 46 68 59 59 63 67 81 56 45 49 52 49 49 53 69 35 61

Opp 42 45 44 58 60 40 67 62 42 52 44 59 69 57 52 47 50 66 60 68 61 46 55 43

SLU 53 54 58 54 67 77 68 47 44 75 51 78 64 50 52 57 65 61 49 53 81 58 60 68

1950-51 Luther Marlar (13-10)

Date Keesler Field # Western Kentucky Murray State Southern Illinois Louisiana-Lafayette # Southern Mississippi Spring Hill College # Spring Hill College Centenary 1.13 Louisiana Tech 1.19 Northwestern State # Louisiana Tech # 2.3 Loyola (N.O.) # 2.6 Louisiana College # Louisiana College Louisiana-Lafayette 2.16 Centenary # Northwestern State 2.24 Loyola (N.O.) 2.27 Southern Mississippi # Centenary* 3.5 Northwestern State* Central Missouri** *NAIB Playoff;**NAIA Tournament

1951-52 Luther Marlar (10-14)

Date 11.30 Western Kentucky 12.1 Southern Illinois 12.3 Murray State Kentucky Wesleyan 12.8 McNeese State # 12.15 Spring Hill College 12.18 Southern Mississippi 12.27 Indiana State @ 1.5 McNeese State 1.8 Louisiana-Lafayette # 1.10 Centenary # 1.12 Loyola (N.O.) 1.18 Northwestern State # 1.19 Spring Hill College # Louisiana Tech # 2.1 Louisiana College Centenary 2.4 Louisiana College # 2.8 Louisiana Tech 2.9 Northwestern State 2.16 Louisiana-Lafayette 2.19 Southern Mississippi # 2.21 Loyola (N.O.) # Northwestern State #* Opp @ Mid-Western Tournament 74 * NAIA District Tournament 60 61 1952-53 63 Luther Marlar (12-11) 45 Date 47 11.21 Keesler Field# 67 11.22 Keesler Field# 57 12.1 Keesler Field# 56 12.3 Southern Mississippi# 52 Centenary 41 12.17 Spring Hill College# 43 12.18 Eastern New Mexico# 61 12.29 Western Kentucky 72 12.30 Southern Mississippi 68 12.31 Louisiana-Monroe# 52 1.10 Louisiana-Lafayette # 66 1.13 Louisiana College 47 1.17 Spring Hill College 44 1.30 Northwestern State 58 1.31 Louisiana-Monroe 70 McNeese State 53 Louisiana-Lafayette 54 Northwestern State # 70 Louisiana College #

SLU 68 59 44 77 67 57 54 24 59 49 80 84 66 86 66 59 66 80 54 79 81 67 66

SLU 57 58 57 66 82 59 65 55 57 83 50 48 69 58 70 54 53 72 59 46 50 54 68 48

SLU 64 70 65 84 60 94 67 60 66 89 71 86 79 59 87 39 62 69 87

2.16 Louisiana Tech # 77 2.21 Centenary # 80 McNeese State # 62 Opp Louisiana Tech 66 40 73 86 1953-54 78 Luther Marlar (22-10) SLU 61 Date Concordia (Mo.) Seminary 63 77 Indiana State 55 50 Kentucky Wesleyan 70 53 Cape Girardeau State 49 64 Western Kentucky 60 56 Spring Hill College # 54 65 Southern Mississippi 63 64 Culver Stockton College # 67 65 Eastern New Mexico 70 55 Taylor 70 45 Missouri Valley 71 58 Tampa # 90 68 Louisiana-Monroe # 105 76 Louisiana Tech # 74 62 Louisiana College # 83 64 Louisiana-Monroe 83 72 Louisiana College 86 63 McNeese State # 50 68 Southern Mississippi# 97 Louisiana-Lafayette# 66 McNeese State 45 Louisiana-Lafayette 85 Spring Hill College 63 Opp Northwestern State # 83 77 Louisiana Tech 79 63 Northwestern State * 62 75 Northwestern State * 64 68 Northwestern State * 64 65 Northwestern State * 54 56 Georgetown (Ky.) ** 77 67 Rio Grande College ** 78 69 Western Illinois ** (ot) 79 69 66 * NAIA District Tournament 48 ** NAIA National Tournament 58 63 56 68 59 61 41 79 41 64 69 66 66

1954-55 Luther Marlar (10-11)

Date Pensacola Navy SLC Alumni # Southern Arkansas Southwest Missouri Spring Hill College 12.11 Pensacola Navy # Spring Hill College # Missouri Valley # Southeast Missouri # 1.8 Louisiana-Monroe# Louisiana-Lafayette # Louisiana Tech # McNeese State Northwestern State # Louisiana Tech Opp Northwestern State 75 Louisiana College # 68 Louisiana-Lafayette 83 Louisiana-Monroe 89 McNeese State # 68 Louisiana Tech 79 Louisiana Tech 54 84 82 1955-56 49 Luther Marlar (14-10) 75 Date Mississippi College 71 Louisiana Tech 53 Spring Hill College # 69 43 12.17 Culver Stockton College Westminster @ 64 Mississippi College @ 66 59 12.21 Southern Mississippi Western Illinois 57 12.28 Southern Mississippi &

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

SLU 71 82 100 65 71 85 64 101 52 68 74 87 70 82 63 78 73 78 80 71 62 102

SLU 66 79 73 85 94 68 65 70 101

67 76 49 74

12.29 Mississippi College & 1.6 McNeese State # 1.11 Southern Mississippi # 1.14 Louisiana-Lafayette 1.16 Northwestern State # 1.21 Louisiana-Monroe # 1.28 Centenary Opp 1.30 Northwestern State 68 2.4 Spring Hill College 52 2.7 Louisiana-Lafayette # 81 2.11 Louisiana College 84 2.16 Louisiana-Monroe 84 2.22 McNeese State 69 2.25 Louisiana Tech # 65 Louisiana College # 65 @ Hammond Kiwanis Club Tourn. 62 & Magnolia Tournament 72 68 1956-57 64 Luther Marlar (16-11) 76 Date 62 11.29 Houma Air Force Base # 74 12.3 Mississippi 76 12.6 Mississippi College # 67 12.10 Christian Brothers 46 12.15 Sul Ross College 68 12.17 Troy State @ 61 12.18 Southeast Oklahoma @ 42 12.27 Southwestern-Memphis & 72 12.28 Mississippi College & 60 1.2 Southern Mississippi # 75 1.4 Taylor # 68 1.7 Louisiana-Monroe 70 1.11 Louisiana-Lafayette # 60 1.12 Southern Mississippi 67 1.15 McNeese State 50 1.26 Spring Hill College 76 2.2 Louisiana Tech # 65 2.4 Centenary # 84 2.6 Louisiana Tech 2.8 Louisiana-Monroe # 2.11 Louisiana-Lafayette 2.13 Louisiana College # 2.15 Spring Hill College # 2.19 Louisiana College Opp 2.23 McNeese State # 81 2.26 Northwestern State # 61 3.1 Northwestern State 81 @ Hammond Kiwanis Club Tournament 66 & Magnolia Tournament 68 35 1957-58 62 Luther Marlar (8-17) 70 Date 63 11.29 Southeast Oklahoma 70 11.30 Southeast Oklahoma 60 12.5 Christian Brothers # 70 12.11 Louisiana College # 75 12.13 Delta State # 84 12.14 Delta State 73 12.16 Southern Mississippi 106 12.20 Eastern New Mexico # 48 1.3 McNeese State 72 1.7 Southern Mississippi # 83 1.11 Louisiana-Monroe # 92 1.14 Louisiana Tech # 60 1.17 Louisiana-Lafayette # 78 1.25 Spring Hill College 1.27 Mississippi State 1.28 Delta State 1.29 Delta State Opp 2.5 Louisiana-Lafayette 82 2.8 Louisiana-Monroe 90 2.10 Northwestern State 57 2.14 Spring Hill College # 45 2.17 Louisiana College 68 2.22 Louisiana Tech 64 2.25 Northwestern State # 80 2.28 McNeese State # 82 70

71 68 73 73 56 78 87 57 69 85 96 80 71 62 102

76 71 52 64 67 77 103 74 67 67 90 74 92 60 78

SLU 113 55 72 71 49 82 66 84 81 72 87 64 63 60 47 75 69 64 60 77 73 93 68 87 64 59 69

Opp 53 75 60 74 64 65 60 64 79 54 72 65 56 72 73 63 67 75 85 74 72 82 69 82 59 66 89

SLU 58 62 78 81 77 60 63 85 37 66 65 59 71 64 61 59 49 53 62 66 61 98 49 65 41

Opp 64 68 74 68 71 69 68 66 72 67 60 50 90 80 75 62 66 64 63 81 53 75 68 71 53

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All-Time Results

1958-59 Luther Marlar (7-16)

Date 12.1 Mississippi State 12.2 Mississippi 12.3 Southwestern-Memphis 12.6 Southern Mississippi 12.12 Lamar # 12.13 Loyola (N.O.) # 12.18 Lamar 1.2 Missouri Valley # 1.5 Southwestern-Memphis # 1.7 Northwestern State # 1.10 Louisiana-Monroe 1.14 Louisiana Tech # 1.17 Louisiana-Lafayette 1.27 Spring Hill College # 1.31 Spring Hill College 2.3 McNeese State 2.7 Southern Mississippi # 2.11 Louisiana-Lafayette # 2.13 Louisiana-Monroe # 2.16 Louisiana Tech 2.19 Loyola (N.O.) 2.21 McNeese State # 2.25 Northwestern State

1959-60 Luther Marlar (12-12)

Date 11.27 Southeastern Oklahoma @ Delta State @ Mississippi State Newberry (S.C.) College & Louisiana-Lafayette & Southern Mississippi# Nicholls State # Spring Hill College McMurray College # Loyola (N.O.) # Northwestern State Louisiana Tech # McNeese State # Southern Mississippi Spring Hill College # Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana-Monroe # Louisiana-Monroe Northwestern State # McNeese State Nicholls State Loyola (N.O.) Louisiana-Lafayette # Louisiana Tech @ - SE Oklahoma Invitational Tourn. & - Southern Intercollegiate Tournament

1960-61 Luther Marlar (8-17)

Date 11.25 Wayland (Tex.) Baptist @ 11.26 Henderson State @ Mississippi Mississippi State Mississippi College & Delta State & Christian Brothers Kentucky Wesleyan + McMurray + McNeese State # Lamar # Louisiana Tech Louisiana-Lafayette Spring Hill College McNeese State Northwestern State # Spring Hill College # Tulane Louisiana Tech # Louisiana-Lafayette # Louisiana-Monroe

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SLU 72 64 80 70 84 79 60 58 65 72 78 57 94 61 72 62 82 88 77 63 54 74 77

SLU 65 69 65 81 71 62 77 63 72 57 61 58 34 63 65 72 78 69 65 46 83 59 75 70

SLU 60 67 56 55 71 77 72 60 65 25 71 53 59 62 42 69 81 87 70 73 63

Louisiana-Monroe # Christian Brothers # Opp 2.23 Lamar Northwestern State 94 87 @ Southeastern Oklahoma Tournament 59 & Mississippi Delta Tournament 82 + Southwestern Louisiana Tournament 90 67 1961-62 82 Luther Marlar (10-14) 59 Date 41 11.30 Millsaps College # 77 12.2 Mississippi State 92 12.4 Mississippi 66 12.15 Culver-Stockton College # 99 12.16 Illinois Wesleyan # 73 12.18 Kentucky Wesleyan 50 12.19 Western Kentucky 64 12.28 Kentucky Wesleyan @ 61 12.29 Henderson State @ Louisiana-Monroe 98 1.4 Louisiana-Lafayette 74 1.8 76 1.12 Northwestern State 62 1.20 Spring Hill College 57 1.24 Louisiana-Lafayette # 92 1.29 McNeese State # 2.1 Louisiana-Monroe # 2.5 Spring Hill College # 2.7 Delta State # Opp 2.13 McNeese State 79 2.16 Northwestern State # 73 2.19 Millsaps College 83 2.23 Louisiana Tech 70 2.24 Delta State 77 2.27 Louisiana Tech # 75 @ Bayou Holiday Classic (Southwestern) 64 48 65 53 75 65 29 83 52 81 66 62 68 43 75 69 67 92

1962-63 Luther Marlar (8-13)

Date 11.29 Millsaps College # 12.3 Spring Hill College # 12.5 Southern Mississippi 12.15 Spring Hill College 12.18 Southern Mississippi # 12.20 Lamar @ 12.21 Missouri Valley @ 12.28 Illinois Wesleyan # 1.3 McNeese State # 1.7 Northwestern State # 1.11 Louisiana Tech 1.19 Louisiana-Lafayette # 1.22 Louisiana-Monroe 1.26 Delta State 2.2 McNeese State 2.5 Delta State # 2.8 Northwestern State 2.11 Millsaps College 2.14 Louisiana Tech # Opp 2.18 Louisiana-Monroe # 75 2.27 Louisiana-Lafayette 57 @ Bayou Holiday Classic (Southwestern) 81 77 1963-64 74 Luther Marlar (3-18) 58 Date 85 12.4 Mississippi College # 81 12.7 Mississippi College 88 12.11 Southern Mississippi 40 12.14 Hill College 68 12.17 Delta State 54 12.27 Southeast Oklahoma State @64 70 12.28 Spring Hill College @ Spring Hill College # 51 1.3 Louisiana-Monroe 62 1.6 76 1.10 Louisiana Tech # 75 1.14 Louisiana-Lafayette 83 1.25 Southern Mississippi # 58 1.27 Mississippi State Louisiana-Monroe # 80 2.1 McNeese State # 71 2.4

77 78 68 54

SLU 71 73 66 65 70 68 62 67 81 74 63 74 83 81 68 52 77 81 51 77 89 69 67 78

SLU 83 67 63 63 55 60 59 73 49 82 76 62 77 71 50 59 78 59 75 86 76

73 84 77 62

Opp 49 96 83 56 69 95 86 86 74 86 68 83 85 75 48 75 68 71 64 78 78 78 79 75

Opp 48 56 82 73 61 93 56 84 41 61 84 63 80 89 63 62 92 52 54 80 87

2.7 McNeese State 2.12 Louisiana-Lafayette # 2.14 Delta State # 2.17 Northwestern State # 2.25 Northwestern State 2.29 Louisiana Tech @ McNeese State Tournament

1964-65 Luther Marlar (12-12)

Date 12.1 Belhaven College # 12.3 Mississippi College 12.5 Frederick College # 12.7 Spring Hill College # 12.12 Lamar 12.16 Mississippi College # 12.18 Lamar # 12.21 Southern Mississippi 12.29 Louisiana-Lafayette @ 12.30 Lamar @ 1.2 Louisiana College # 1.5 Northwestern State Louisiana Tech 1.12 McNeese State # 1.18 Spring Hill College 1.30 Louisiana College 2.3 Louisiana-Monroe # 2.6 Northwestern State # 2.9 Southern Mississippi # 2.13 Louisiana Tech 2.16 McNeese State 2.18 Louisiana-Monroe 2.20 Louisiana-Lafayette # 2.27 Loyola (N.O.) @ Bayou Holiday Classic (Southwestern)

1965-66 Luther Marlar (17-8)

Date 11.19 William Carey College @ 11.20 Belhaven College @ 12.1 Louisiana College # 12.3 Southern Mississippi # 12.4 Mississippi College 12.7 Spring Hill College 12.13 Delta State 12.17 Northwestern State 12.21 Spring Hill College # 1.4 McNeese State # 1.8 Louisiana-Monroe 1.10 Louisiana College 1.13 Univ. of Mexico # 1.15 Southern Mississippi 1.18 Louisiana Tech # 1.29 Louisiana-Lafayette 2.1 Nicholls State # 2.5 Northwestern State # 2.8 McNeese State 2.12 Louisiana-Monroe # 2.15 Mississippi College # 2.19 Louisiana Tech 2.22 Louisiana-Lafayette # 2.26 Nicholls State 2.28 Delta State# SLU Opp @ Belhaven Invitational Tournament 71 79 75 95 65 73 1966-67 54 62 Luther Marlar (11-12) 36 65 Date 74 12.1 LSU 64 68 12.5 Southern Mississippi # 82 59 12.9 Mississippi College @ 76 83 12.10 Austin (Tex.) College @ 70 74 12.12 Delta State # 43 65 12.15 Northwestern State # 70 83 12.30 Millsaps College # 73 113 1.4 McNeese State 67 68 1.6 Spring Hill College # 49 47 1.10 Louisiana-Monroe #

52 67 66 83 76 67

SLU 78 83 92 83 69 94 84 87 95 90 81 80 99 74 77 92 80 78 87 82 65 88 78 72

SLU 78 88 81 95 89 76 73 79 85 67 99 92 96 79 74 79 86 86 78 66 94 85 88 90 100

SLU 89 92 60 84 65 60 89 77 83 80

67 61 76 90 96 75

1.14 Delta State 1.16 Louisiana Tech 1.28 Louisiana-Lafayette 1.30 Northwestern State 2.2 McNeese State # 2.6 Southern Mississippi 2.9 Louisiana-Monroe 2.13 Louisiana Tech # 2.16 Nicholls State 2.20 Louisiana-Lafayette # Opp 2.23 Nicholls State # 53 2.25 Loyola (N.O.) 85 2.28 Spring Hill College 77 @—Tip-Off Tournament (Jackson, Miss.) 74 77 1967-68 78 Bert Barnett (11-13) 99 Date 88 12.1 Florida Tech # 90 12.5 Southern Mississippi 89 12.8 Spring Hill College # 69 12.14 Northwestern State 77 12.16 Millsaps College # 82 12.18 Mississippi College 63 12.20 West Florida 86 West Florida @ 94 William Carey College @ 87 1.2 Southern Mississippi # 70 1.6 McNeese State # 96 1.10 Louisiana-Monroe 89 1.13 Louisiana Tech # 75 Mississippi College 94 1.17 Millsaps College 77 1.29 Northwestern State # 86 2.1 Spring Hill College 2.5 McNeese State 2.8 Louisiana-Monroe # 2.12 Louisiana Tech 2.15 Louisiana-Lafayette # Opp 2.19 Nicholls State # 75 2.24 Louisiana-Lafayette 67 2.28 Nicholls State 76 @ Strawberry Classic 74 79 1968-69 81 Bert Barnett (4-22) 77 Date 83 11.30 Spring Hill College # 79 12.2 Western Kentucky 63 12.4 Illinois State 105 12.7 Illinois Wesleyan 79 12.10 Mississippi College 48 12.14 Lamar # 81 12.16 Southern Mississippi 72 12.18 Lamar 86 12.21 William Carey College # 73 12.23 West Florida # 69 12.31 Louisiana College 62 1.4 Nicholls State # 64 1.7 Louisiana-Lafayette 65 1.10 McNeese State # 99 1.14 Louisiana Tech 95 1.24 Southern Mississippi # 76 1.25 Spring Hill College 64 1.29 Northwestern State # 2.1 Louisiana-Monroe 2.4 Mississippi College # 2.8 Nicholls State 2.11 Louisiana-Lafayette # 2.15 McNeese State Opp 2.18 Louisiana Tech # 88 2.22 Northwestern State 87 2.25 Louisiana-Monroe # 45 68 1969-70 61 E.W. Foy (9-17) 61 Date 69 12.1 Baptist Christian# 86 12.2 Mississippi College 57 12.9 William Carey College 70 12.11 Nicholls State

78 65 59 80 83 77 75 89 99 73 82 80 67

91 88 95 86 87 93 79 96 88 82 75 78 72

SLU 85 78 79 91 116 114 84 74 92 95 70 83 71 113 93 89 85 71 103 68 67 88 85 94

Opp 60 106 78 90 90 97 93 87 87 97 83 95 78 89 70 99 84 90 101 96 96 94 113 88

SLU 72 62 57 65 126 56 72 68 78 72 79 80 75 47 81 79 75 76 74 79 73 66 72 67 93 82

Opp 70 101 88 79 93 60 93 94 87 83 96 76 97 46 104 96 82 88 95 91 84 95 78 79 106 91

SLU 94 135 72 84

Opp 80 131 80 82

2009-10 Southeastern Louisiana Basketball


All-Time Results

12.13 Louisiana College # 12.15 Louisiana-Lafayette 12.19 Millsaps College @ 12.20 Mississippi College @ 1.2 West Florida & 1.3 Appalachian State & 1.5 McNeese State 1.8 Louisiana Tech # 1.10 Spring Hill College # 1.17 Louisiana-Monroe # 1.24 Louisiana-Lafayette # 1.27 St. Leo College 1.28 Florida Southern 1.29 Rollins College 2.2 Southern Mississippi # 2.7 Nicholls State # 2.12 McNeese State # 2.14 Mississippi College # 2.16 Louisiana Tech 2.19 Northwestern State # 2.23 Louisiana-Monroe 2.25 Northwestern State @ Mississippi College Tournament & West Florida Tournament

1970-71 E.W. Foy (11-15)

Date 12.2 East Texas Baptist # 12.4 Baptist Christian # 12.5 William Carey College 12.10 Louisiana-Lafayette 12.12 Spring Hill College 12.14 McNeese State # 12.16 William Carey College # 12.18 Mississippi College 1.4 Louisiana Tech 1.7 Northwestern State # 1.11 Southern Mississippi 1.12 Mississippi College # 1.23 Rollins College 1.25 St. Leo College 1.26 Florida Southern 1.27 Tampa 1.30 West Florida # 2.1 Nicholls State # 2.4 Louisiana-Lafayette # 2.8 McNeese State 2.11 Louisiana Tech # 2.13 Louisiana-Monroe 2.15 Northwestern State 2.18 Louisiana-Monroe # 2.20 Louisiana College 2.25 Nicholls State

1971-72 E.W. Foy (9-15)

Date 12.1 East Texas Baptist # 12.4 William Carey College 12.6 West Florida 12.15 Troy State @ 12.16 Nicholls State @ 1.3 Northwestern State 1.5 Louisiana-Monroe 1.7 Waterloo-Canada # 1.10 Belhaven College 1.12 William Carey College # 1.15 Louisiana Tech # 1.17 Nicholls State # 1.20 McNeese State # 1.24 Florida Southern 1.25 Rollins College 2.1 Nicholls State 2.3 McNeese State 2.7 Louisiana Tech 2.10 Northwestern State # 2.12 Louisiana-Monroe # 2.17 Louisiana College # 2.18 Belhaven College # 2.22 Florence (Ala.) State *

83 104 79 83 70 66 73 67 67 86 78 68 75 73 97 71 59 109 85 90 88 69

SLU 84 62 88 83 59 68 79 104 58 72 77 90 84 65 69 86 79 90 70 63 72 66 65 61 73 79

SLU 81 64 75 93 76 67 77 98 67 88 79 64 74 58 74 73 79 95 69 69 69 83 83

73 140 78 111 83 63 76 88 70 106 81 87 78 84 83 89 67 92 96 85 100 109

2.26 Union (Tenn.) @ Strawberry Classic Tournament * Gulf South Conference Tournament

1972-73 E.W. Foy (21-7) Gulf South Champions

Date 11.27 Louisiana-Monroe 12.1 East Texas State @ 12.1 Nicholls State @ 12.4 Louisiana College 12.16 Southern Mississippi 12.19 McNeese State 12.20 Lamar 1.8 West Florida # 1.10 Louisiana-Monroe # 1.13 Tennessee-Martin 1.15 Florence (Ala.) State 1.18 Nicholls State # 1.20 Delta State # 1.22 Livingston # 1.26 Troy State 1.27 Jacksonville State 2.3 Tennessee-Martin # 2.5 Florence (Ala.) State # 2.10 Delta State Opp 2.12 Livingston 71 2.14 Northwestern State # 56 2.16 Troy State # 81 2.17 Jacksonville State # 111 2.22 Nicholls State 80 2.26 McNeese State # 72 3.1 Northwestern State 81 Chattanooga * 83 Tennessee State * 89 @ Strawberry Classic 73 *-NCAA Regional Tournament 69 71 1973-74 61 E.W. Foy (15-10) 62 Date 95 11.30 Union (Tenn.) @ 81 12.1 Sam Houston State @ 75 12.3 Louisiana College # 83 12.18 McNeese State # 87 12.29 Elmhurst College # 70 1.5 Nicholls State 94 1.7 Southern Mississippi # 76 1.10 Northwestern State # 72 1.14 Delta State # 72 1.17 West Florida 93 1.19 Livingston 85 1.22 Mississippi College 1.24 New Orleans 1.26 Troy State # 1.28 Jacksonville State # Opp 2.1 Florence (Ala.) State 85 2.2 Tennessee-Martin 61 2.6 Louisiana-Monroe # 68 2.9 Southern Mississippi 69 2.11 Nicholls State # 73 2.14 Northwestern State 76 2.18 Delta State 81 2.21 Mississippi College # 68 2.25 Louisiana-Monroe 75 2.27 McNeese State 60 @ Strawberry Classic 101 69 1974-75 75 Ken Fortenberry (14-11) 62 Date 91 12.2 Louisiana College 79 12.6 East Texas Baptist @ 87 12.7 Pikeville College @ 113 12.9 Southern 75 12.19 McNeese State 83 12.27 Drury College & 66 12.28 Alcorn State & 70 12.29 Illinois Wesleyan & 92 1.4 Northland College #

100

SLU 72 75 87 54 74 75 85 63 67 75 53 62 70 75 85 81 76 89 66 93 66 79 96 82 69 92 67 57

SLU 95 92 78 64 93 68 81 71 65 67 73 71 67 93 67 89 75 69 84 80 68 60 64 59 60

SLU 66 75 102 76 72 74 70 62 87

91

1.6 New Orleans # 1.9 Northwestern State 1.13 Delta State 1.18 Livingston # 1.20 Mississippi College # 1.24 Troy State 1.25 Jacksonville State Opp 1.31 Tennessee-Martin # 91 2.1 North Alabama # 54 2.5 Nicholls State # 76 2.8 McNeese State # 60 2.10 Nicholls State 84 2.13 Northwestern State # 73 2.17 Delta State # 77 2.20 Mississippi College 49 2.24 Southern # 55 @ Strawberry Classic 76 & Quincy College Holiday Tourn. 76 50 1975-76 69 Ken Fortenberry (12-11) 61 Date 59 12.4 Louisiana-Monroe 74 12.8 Louisiana College # 57 12.9 McNeese State 75 12.26 Wisconsin-Parkside @ 63 12.27 Pikeville College @ 82 12.28 Illinois Wesleyan @ 65 12.30 Indiana Tech # 47 1.2 UNC-Greensboro * 69 1.10 Delta State # 63 1.12 McNeese State # 86 1.15 Mississippi College 84 1.17 Northwestern State 64 1.20 Livingston 62 1.24 Troy State # 1.26 Jacksonville State # 1.29 Nicholls State # 2.2 Nicholls State 2.6 Tennessee-Martin 2.7 North Alabama Opp 2.10 Southern Mississippi 86 2.19 Mississippi College # 54 2.21 Delta State 58 2.23 Northwestern State # 77 @ Quincy College Holiday Tourn. 80 * SLU won by forfeit 79 77 1976-77 81 Ken Fortenberry (16-11) 49 Date 54 11.19 Louisiana-Monroe # 71 12.2 Stephen F. Austin @ 75 12.3 Louisiana College @ 70 12.18 Southern 67 12.20 McNeese State 48 12.29 Indiana-Purdue # 77 1.7 Tennessee-Martin 59 1.8 North Alabama 79 1.11 McNeese State # 77 1.13 Missouri-St. Louis # 69 1.15 Jacksonville State 72 1.17 Troy State 68 1.20 Delta State # 50 1.22 Livingston # 68 1.24 Mississippi College # 69 1.29 Delta State 2.3 Southern # 2.7 Nicholls State 2.12 Tennessee-Martin # 2.14 North Alabama # Opp 2.18 Troy State # 76 2.19 Jacksonville State # 59 2.21 Northwestern State 81 2.22 Louisiana College 90 2.26 Livingston 76 2.28 Mississippi College 72 3.3 Nicholls State # 85 @ Strawberry Classic 55 80

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

62 53 63 78 66 58 65 80 83 51 76 73 75 70 73 86

65 56 65 67 51 76 69 66 70 60 71 67 74 66 74 67

1977-78 Ken Fortenberry (11-14)

SLU 77 60 81 41 67 65 78 2 69 63 56 66 57 65 83 65 52 48 47 78 68 67 76

Date 11.26 Tennessee-Martin # 11.28 Louisiana-Monroe # 12.1 Louisiana College # 12.15 Xavier # 12.19 North Alabama # 1.3 Louisiana College 1.6 Nicholls State # 1.10 McNeese State 1.12 Indiana-Purdue # 1.14 Delta State 1.16 Livingston 1.19 McNeese State # 1.23 Mississippi College # 1.27 Troy State 1.28 Jacksonville State 1.31 Northwestern State # 2.3 North Alabama 2.4 Tennessee-Martin Opp 2.9 Louisiana-Monroe 75 2.11 Jacksonville State # 65 2.13 Troy State # 75 2.16 Livingston # 60 2.18 Delta State # 92 2.21 Nicholls State 78 2.24 Mississippi College 49 0 1978-79 63 Ken Fortenberry (7-19) 68 Date 46 11.27 Louisiana College # 62 12.1 Tennessee-Martin 56 12.2 North Alabama 69 12.14 McNeese State 73 12.16 Louisiana College 68 12.29 Indiana Tech # 70 1.3 Northwestern State 61 1.5 Nicholls State 51 1.11 McNeese Stat e# 75 1.13 Delta State # 41 1.15 Livingston # 74 1.20 Centenary 71 1.22 Mississippi College

SLU 48 82 96 73 70 64 57 78 61 84 80 45 70 77 66 84 70 72 76 62 62 89 63 61 59 62 90

1.25 San Diego # 1.27 Jacksonville State # 1.29 Troy State # 2.2 Tennessee-Martin # 2.3 North Alabama # Opp 2.5 Louisiana-Monroe 60 2.8 Troy State 79 2.10 Jacksonville State 63 2.13 Louisiana-Monroe # 96 2.17 Delta State 56 2.19 Livingston 60 2.22 Nicholls State # 54 2.24 Mississippi College # 80 72 1979-80 74 Ken Fortenberry (9-17) 62 Date 55 11.30 Sam Houston State 58 12.3 Louisiana-Monroe # 55 12.5 Purdue 57 12.15 New Orleans 75 12.17 Baker # 76 12.19 Sam Houston State # 78 12.28 Indiana Tech # 61 12.29 Union College # 59 1.3 Spring Arbor College # 71 1.5 Louisiana College 77 1.10 Louisiana-Monroe 75 1.14 Livingston 60 1.17 Louisiana College # 62 1.21 Mississippi College # 67 1.26 Northwestern State 85 1.28 Centenary 1.31 2.2 2.4

Nicholls State # Northern Iowa Western Illinois

SLU 66 63 63 76 43 50 61 57 66 70 44 57 66 64 67 69 51 65 63 54 80 82 93 67 50

Opp 62 78 57 71 48 46 65 59 54 78 49 58 56 69 66 62 52 68 71 55 70 74 85 76 59

SLU 56 69 71 56 56 83 61 74 69 64 71 79 54 63 80 54 78 58 61 63 75 58 59 62 75 55

Opp 59 73 75 81 74 69 63 92 64 74 82 70 51 64 72 57 65 60 79 68 87 77 78 70 95 48

SLU 39 57 59 57 80 60 75 59 87 54 59 50 49 82 49 59 64 68 61

Opp 43 64 105 60 60 51 67 63 64 61 65 54 47 78 61 74 74 78 75

65


All-Time Results

2.11 2.13 2.18 2.20 2.25 2.26 3.1

Centenary # Nicholls State Livingston # McNeese State Northwestern State # Mississippi College North Texas State

1980-81 Ken Fortenberrry (14-13)

Date 11.29 Tennessee State # 12.1 Centenary # 12.4 North Texas State 12.6 Hardin Simmons 12.16 Urbana College# 12.18 Louisiana-Monroe 12.20 New Orleans 12.29 Mercer @ 12.30 Georgia Southern @ 1.3 Murray State 1.5 Hardin Simmons # 1.8 Northern Iowa # 1.12 McNeese State 1.15 Arkansas-Little Rock 1.19 Northwestern State 1.21 Louisiana College # 1.26 Louisiana-Monroe # 1.29 Nicholls State 2.2 Northwestern State # 2.5 Tennessee State 2.7 Centenary 2.10 Houston Baptist # 2.14 Arkansas-Little Rock # 2.17 Houston Baptist 2.19 Nicholls State # 2.24 Louisiana College 2.28 Oklahoma City University @ Choo Choo Classic Tournament

1981-82 Ken Fortenberry (16-11)

Date 11.27 Missouri-St. Louis # 11.30 Centenary 12.2 McNeese State # 12.5 Louisiana-Monroe # 12.7 U.S. International # 12.16 New Orleans# 12.18 North Park College # 12.29 Louisiana-Monroe @ 12.30 Alcorn State @ 1.4 San Diego 1.6 U.S. International 1.9 Tennessee State # 1.13 Baptist (S.C.) College # 1.16 Arkansas-Little Rock 1.21 McNeese State 1.23 Louisiana-Monroe 1.25 Northwestern State 1.28 Nicholls State # 2.1 Arkansas-Little Rock # 2.3 Centenary # 2.6 Southern # 2.13 UTSA 2.15 Tennessee State 2.18 Murray State 2.22 Nicholls State 2.25 UTSA # 2.27 Northwestern State # @ Pacemaker Classic

1982-83 Ken Fortenberry (18-9)

Date 11.27 College of Ozarks # 11.29 Centenary # 12.1 McNeese State # 12.4 Louisiana-Monroe 12.10 Urbana College # 12.13 Southern

66

62 77 65 68 52 73 80

SLU 60 63 74 76 90 62 50 67 87 60 56 64 58 48 71 68 81 82 71 65 92 63 91 56 86 65 85

SLU 67 57 57 85 67 60 66 66 53 60 60 96 63 63 71 63 79 70 79 75 70 65 72 69 73 70 66

SLU 73 76 68 59 77 69

54 86 63 73 50 85 84

12.16 Georgia State # 12.18 Centenary 12.21 McNeese State 12.30 Jackson State 1.8 Cameron State # 1.11 Houston Baptist # 1.13 Louisiana-Monroe # 1.15 Baptist College 1.22 Tennessee State # 1.24 Murray State # Opp 1.27 Nicholls State 58 1.29 Jackson State # 66 2.3 Arkansas-Little Rock # 77 2.5 UTSA 62 2.7 Houston Baptist 81 2.12 Arkansas-Little Rock 91 2.15 Georgia State 52 2.17 Nicholls State # 74 2.19 Tennessee State 72 2.23 Tulane 69 2.28 UTSA # 57 60 1983-84 60 Ken Fortenberry (11-17) 62 Date 90 11.26 Louisiana-Monroe 56 11.30 UT Arlington 80 12.5 Tampa # 80 12.7 Arkansas-Little Rock # 60 12.17 Jackson State 81 12.19 North Park College # 82 12.21 Oklahoma State @ 58 12.22 Florida International @ 87 12.29 Northwestern State & 69 12.30 Louisiana-Monroe & 77 1.2 Samford # 54 1.7 Roosevelt # 101 1.12 Georgia State 1.16 McNeese State 1.18 Tulane # 1.21 UT Arlington # 1.26 Nicholls State # Opp 1.28 Jackson State # 66 1.31 Northwestern State 56 2.6 McNeese State # 58 2.9 Georgia State# 86 2.13 Samford 66 2.16 Nicholls State 65 2.18 Arkansas-Little Rock 54 2.20 Louisiana-Monroe # 72 2.25 Tennessee State 54 2.27 Murray State 59 2.29 Northwestern State # 54 @ Orange Bowl Holiday Tournament 77 & Pacemaker Classic 57 71 1984-85 69 Newton Chelette (18-9) 74 Gulf Star Champions 87 Date 60 11.24 Arkansas 75 11.26 Mississippi Valley # 84 11.29 Arkansas-Little Rock # 49 12.1 Texas Southern # 84 12.3 Centenary 68 12.11 Tulane 74 12.14 Northwestern State & 63 12.15 Louisiana-Lafayette & 64 12.18 Chicago State # 65 12.27 Arkansas-Little Rock 12.29 Rice 1.5 Mississippi Valley 1.7 McNeese State 1.10 Louisiana-Monroe # Opp 1.16 Texas Southern 48 1.19 Texas State ^# 73 1.24 Nicholls State ^ 61 1.28 Northwestern State ^ 60 2.4 McNeese State # 60 2.7 Texas State ^ 64 2.9 Sam Houston State #

59 79 52 71 79 53 69 52 66 75 58 78 58 51 35 83 73 83 66 52 56

SLU 55 41 59 48 60 62 54 69 90 77 65 76 57 62 44 75 58 51 59 60 81 63 58 61 55 67 44 76

SLU 62 76 70 82 91 62 72 83 85 73 61 74 68 71 56 69 64 75 65 75 70

42 96 80 66 49 44 54 62 57 65 67 58 77 45 40 85 63 64 65 56 48

2.13 Nicholls State ^# 2.16 Sam Houston State ^# 2.18 Louisiana-Monroe 2.25 Stephen F. Austin ^# 2.28 Northwestern State ^# Stephen F. Austin ^ ^ Gulf Star Conference Game & Bayou Classic

1985-86 Newton Chelette (10-18)

76 78 65 75 89 87

Date SLU 11.22 Tennessee 58 11.24 Xavier 75 11.30 Rice # 80 12.4 Florida A&M @ 92 12.5 Louisiana-Monroe @ 62 12.9 Centenary # 84 12.14 Mississippi 59 12.16 Jackson State # 69 12.18 Arkansas-Little Rock 69 12.20 LSU * 61 12.21 Louisiana-Monroe * 73 1.3 Arkansas-Little Rock + 66 Opp 1.4 Oklahoma + 66 73 1.6 Louisiana-Monroe# 72 42 1.9 Lamar 60 52 1.11 Texas-Pan American 46 60 1.18 Texas State # 68 49 1.20 Sam Houston State # 49 50 1.28 Nicholls State 70 61 1.30 Arkansas-Little Rock # 97 49 2.1 Stephen F. Austin 60 66 2.3 Northwestern State 61 73 2.6 Nicholls State # 85 66 2.13 Texas-Pan American # 61 66 2.15 Stephen F. Austin # 78 65 2.17 Northwestern State # 62 80 3.1 Texas State 90 49 3.3 Sam Houston State 69 63 @ Pacemaker Classic 71 * Louisiana Invitational 46 + Sooner Invitational 76 70 1986-87 66 Newton Chelette (10-21) 78 Date SLU 63 11.28 Hawaii-Pacific @ 85 71 11.29 Southwest Missouri @ 45 60 11.30 St. Louis @ 54 71 12.2 Washington 61 45 12.5 Fordham & 64 60 12.6 Northern Illinois & 50 12.8 Cal State-Bakersfield # 83 12.13 Mississippi 59 12.16 Florida A&M 62 12.19 Rice 66 12.29 Arkansas-Little Rock + 52 12.30 Delaware State + 71 Opp 1.2 Texas A&M * 76 65 1.3 UT Arlington * 62 67 1.5 Texas Southern 73 67 1.12 Western New Mexico# 89 68 1.14 Jackson State 49 60 1.19 Sam Houston State 70 73 1.23 Concordia College # 95 69 1.26 Nicholls State # 70 80 1.28 Texas Southern # 78 72 1.31 Stephen F. Austin # 49 82 2.2 Northwestern State # 64 64 2.5 Nicholls State 77 87 2.7 Texas State 68 86 2.9 Tennessee State # 51 68 2.14 Stephen F. Austin 60 67 2.16 Northwestern State 70 54 2.19 Marymount College # 99 59 2.28 Texas State # 87 69 3.2 Sam Houston State # 78 60 @ Hawaii Pacific Thanksgiving Classic 65 & Wichita State Shocker Classic 68 + Arkansas-Little Rock TCBY Tournament

70 79 66 72 81 80

* Drake-Heritage Classic

1987-88 Newton Chelette (3-9)/ Leo McClure (4-12)

Date SLU 11.27 Centenary * 74 11.28 Stephen F. Austin * 63 11.30 Louisiana College # 81 12.2 Louisiana-Monroe # 68 12.4 Eastern Kentucky @ 46 Opp 12.5 Youngstown State @ 51 79 12.7 Mississippi # 43 91 12.17 Brigham Young-Hawaii # 79 75 12.19 Mississippi State # 51 77 12.28 Arkansas-Little Rock + 51 73 12.29 Coastal Carolina + 44 77 1.6 Prairie View # 86 64 1.9 Northwestern State 45 70 1.11 Louisiana-Monroe 60 62 1.13 Jackson State 57 82 1.18 Texas-Pan American # 51 79 1.20 Texas Southern 54 64 1.23 Texas-Pan American 57 103 1.27 Jackson State # 52 71 1.30 Concordia College # 97 81 2.1 Texas Southern # (ot) 67 56 2.4 Baptist Christian # 78 56 2.8 Nicholls State 59 65 2.10 Prairie View 84 76 2.17 Southern 71 105 2.27 Southern Mississippi # 51 61 2.29 Northwestern State # 48 64 * Century Cellunet Classic 72 @ Marshall Memorial Invitational 67 + TCBY Classic 72 65 1988-89 75 Leo McClure (3-24) 88 Date SLU 11.26 Texas Wesleyan # 66 11.28 Louisiana College # 52 12.1 Mississippi State 61 12.3 Louisiana-Monroe # 49 12.5 Henderson State # 66 12.9 Northern Arizona @ 48 Opp 12.10 Mississippi Valley @ 39 97 12.17 Sam Houston State 67 81 12.19 Northwestern State 64 82 12.30 Mississippi 54 75 1.4 Texas-Pan American 41 74 1.7 Louisiana-Monroe 55 59 1.12 Prairie View # 66 90 1.16 Stephen F. Austin # 51 88 1.21 Chicago State 61 61 1.24 Jackson State # 61 68 1.31 Southern Mississippi 50 70 2.2 Texas-Pan American # 56 56 2.6 Stephen F. Austin 62 93 2.8 Prairie View 55 67 2.11 Nicholls State 60 80 2.15 Southern # 72 62 2.18 Nicholls State 66 61 2.20 Northwestern State # (ot) 82 81 2.22 Jackson State 64 83 2.27 Chicago State # 63 67 3.4 Sam Houston State # 68 68 @ Southwest Missouri Tournament 57 56 1990-91 76 Don Wilson (9-19) 71 Date SLU 78 11.23 Central Florida @ 74 89 11.24 Liberty @ 72 88 11.26 LSU 68 76 11.28 Mississippi 52 64 12.1 UT Arlington 85 79 12.3 Stephen F. Austin # 67 12.5 McNeese State # 67 12.7 Texas State * 82 12.8 Alcorn State * 88

Opp 92 87 72 93 68 54 80 64 60 83 58 75 68 88 71 44 68 70 53 59 71 64 62 85 102 85 66

Opp 61 53 113 66 86 60 52 97 84 84 73 68 86 60 70 79 81 53 64 57 67 92 80 81 73 70 81

Opp 84 70 117 74 113 64 56 96 78

2009-10 Southeastern Louisiana Basketball


All-Time Results

12.17 Stephen F. Austin 1.4 UT Arlington # 1.5 North Texas # 1.7 Louisiana-Monroe # 1.10 Centenary 1.17 Nicholls State 1.21 North Texas 1.23 Oklahoma State 1.28 Texas State # 1.31 Northwestern Louisiana 2.2 Nicholls State # 2.4 Louisiana-Monroe 2.6 Centenary # 2.14 Southern 2.16 Tulane 2.18 Northwestern State # 2.20 Southern # 2.23 Baylor 2.28 Southern Mississippi @ Central Florida Tournament * Texas State Tournament

59 72 106 67 100 75 81 46 72 65 69 67 79 101 71 71 94 45 60

61 103 100 73 104 72 97 88 84 66 66 81 80 125 87 56 76 96 85

2.6 Centenary !# 2.8 Mississippi 2.11 Mercer ! 2.15 Nicholls State 2.18 Florida International !# 2.20 Stetson !# 2.25 Georgia State ! 2.27 Samford ! $ Toledo Tournament ! TAAC game

1993-94 Norm Picou (10-17, 7-9 TAAC)

Date 11.30 Baptist Christian # 12.4 LSU-Shreveport # 12.11 Mississippi State 12.14 Nicholls State # 12.18 Northwestern State 12.21 LSU 12.23 Southern 1.3 Centenary ! 1991-92 1.8 Florida International ! Don Wilson (6-22, 4-10 TAAC) 1.13 Samford !# Date SLU Opp 1.15 Georgia State !# 11.22 Texas Christian * 58 90 1.20 Mercer ! 11.23 Grambling * 112 74 1.22 College of Charleston ! 11.25 McNeese State 87 91 1.27 Stetson !# 11.29 Montana ^ 47 89 1.29 Central Florida !# 11.30 San Francisco ^ 79 84 1.31 Southern # 12.2 Louisiana Tech # 75 99 2.3 Florida International ! 12.6 Baylor @ 58 73 2.7 Tulane 12.7 Hofstra @ 70 57 2.10 Georgia State ! 12.17 LSU 64 101 2.12 Samford ! 12.21 Louisiana Tech 69 92 2.17 College of Charleston !# 1.2 Tulsa 70 97 2.19 Mercer !# 1.8 Mississippi # 82 86 2.21 Centenary !# 1.11 Centenary !# 90 70 2.23 Grambling 1.16 Mercer ! 65 81 2.26 Central Florida ! 1.18 Georgia Southern ! 75 90 2.28 Stetson ! 1.23 Florida International !# 81 79 3.3 Stetson % 1.25 Stetson !# 81 85 ! TAAC 1.27 Southern !# 93 98 % TAAC Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) 1.30 Georgia State ! 62 89 2.1 Samford ! 67 77 1994-95 2.8 Centenary ! 82 72 John Lyles (12-16, 7-9 TAAC) 2.13 Mercer !# 73 83 Date 2.15 Georgia Southern !# 72 79 11.25 at LSU 2.20 Florida International ! 68 84 11.28 at Mississippi State 2.22 Stetson ! 75 80 12.1 Baptist Christian 2.27 Georgia State !# 78 77 12.3 Northwestern State 2.29 Samford !# 71 78 12.10 Loyola (N.O.) 3.6Georgia Southern ++ 86 106 12.19 Southern * Century Cellunet Classic (Shreveport, La.) 12.22 Grambling ^ KYLT Classic (Missoula, Mont.) 12.29 Southern Miss @ Dr. Pepper Invitational (Waco,Texas) 1.2 Centenary * ! TAAC 1.5 Samford * ++ TAAC Tourney (Statesboro, Ga.) 1.7 Georgia State * 1.9 at Florida International * 1992-93 1.14 at Mercer * Norm Picou (12-15, 4-8 TAAC) 1.16 at Samford * Date SLU Opp 1.21 College of Charleston * 12.1 Baptist Christian # 99 63 1.23 Campbell * 12.3 LSU 65 92 1.28 Stetson * 12.5 Grambling 72 66 1.30 at Southern 12.14 Grambling # 72 69 2.4 at Central Florida * 12.18 East Carolina $ 65 72 2.6 at Stetson * 12.19 Texas-Pan American$ 87 69 2.9 Mercer * 12.30 Louisiana Christian # 98 95 2.11 Florida International * 1.4 Southern 88 97 2.18 at Centenary * 1.6 Texas College # 108 94 2.23 at Campbell * 1.9 Centenary ! 84 87 2.25 at College of Charleston * 1.11 Memphis 58 109 3.2 Central Florida # 1.14 Mercer !# 58 73 3.3 Florida International # (ot) 1.18 Loyola # 98 82 * TAAC 1.21 Florida International ! 61 68 # TAAC Tournament 1.23 Stetson ! 77 83 1.26 Northwestern State # 71 94 1.28 Georgia State !# 90 82 1.30 Samford !# 56 64 2.3 Southern # 85 91

76 61 77 76 67 74 82 66

SLU 100 72 55 69 82 62 86 70 68 61 69 67 59 88 80 102 64 67 88 63 78 78 79 88 72 71 61

71 71 98 75 72 79 75 58

1995-96 John Lyles (15-12, 11-5 TAAC) TAAC West Division Co-Champs

Date 11.25 at Mississippi State 11.27 Texas College 11.30 Nicholls State 12.2 Baptist Christian 12.9 at Texas Christian 12.12 at Northwestern State 12.16 Jackson State 12.22 Southern 12.28 at Grambling Opp 12.30 at Stephen F. Austin 37 1.4 Florida International * 49 1.6 at Florida Atlantic * 81 1.11 at Stetson * 86 1.13 at Central Florida* 89 1.18 Samford * (2 OT) 96 1.20 Jacksonville State * 115 1.27 Centenary * 82 2.1 at Georgia State * (ot) 80 2.3 at Mercer * 55 2.5 at Centenary * 60 2.8 Georgia State * 59 2.10 Mercer * 74 2.15 at Jacksonville State * 76 2.17 at Samford * 92 2.22 College of Charleston * 114 2.24 Campbell * 83 3.2 Central Florida # 104 * TAAC 98 # TAAC Tournament 62 91 1996-97 56 John Lyles (10-18, 7-9 TAAC) 78 Date 75 11.23 Loyola (N.O.) 84 11.26 at Mississippi State 74 11.30 at Jackson State 91 12.5 Arkansas-Monticello

12.7 at Texas A&M 12.14 at Southern(ot) 12.16 Grambling 12.18 at Nicholls State 12.21 Northwestern State SLU Opp 12.28 Stephen F. Austin 80 106 1.2 at Florida International * 67 106 1.4 Florida Atlantic * 115 59 1.6 at Centenary * 73 77 1.9 Stetson * 102 74 1.11 Central Florida *(ot) 109 91 1.16 at Samford * 87 82 1.18 at Jacksonville State * 62 89 1.25 Centenary * 100 92 1.30 Georgia State * 79 85 2.1 Mercer * 96 72 2.6 at Georgia State * 83 75 2.8 at Mercer * 102 78 2.13 Jacksonville State * 76 98 2.15 Samford * 73 86 2.20 at College of Charleston * 51 52 2.22 at Campbell * 85 90 2.26 vs. Campbell # 108 114 2.27 at College of Charleston # 91 90 * TAAC 71 83 # TAAC Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 87 78 70 66 1997-98 90 95 John Lyles (6-20, 2-14 SLC) 63 68 Date 65 77 11.19 at Centenary 81 70 11.22 Texas College 64 65 11.25 at Alcorn State

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

11.29 12.3 12.6 12.13 12.15 12.18 12.30

at Tulane Loyola (N.O.) Southern at New Mexico State at UTEP Alcorn State at Grambling(ot)

SLU 78 110 89 86 92 75 79 96 74 71 91 72 94 95 76 93 89 81 78 90 91 94 84 80 93 65 80

SLU 106 63 53 84 55 91 67 91 87 73 70 62 86 64 89 77 66 86 74 74 77 84 64 53 68 66 61 63

SLU 85 129 110 73 92 108 79 64 80 92

1.3 at Sam Houston State * 1.5 at McNeese State * 1.10 at Nicholls State * Opp 1.15 UT Arlington * 121 1.17 Texas State * 75 1.22 at UT Arlington * 65 1.24 Stephen F. Austin * 73 1.29 Northwestern State * 95 1.31 Louisiana-Monroe * at UTSA * 90 2.5 at Texas State * 90 2.7 109 2.14 Nicholls State * 68 2.19 Sam Houston State * 91 2.21 McNeese State * 71 2.26 at Northwestern State * 69 2.28 at Louisiana-Monroe * 79 * SLC 84 70 1998-99 90 John Lyles (6-20, 3-15 SLC) 77 Date 86 11.13 at Auburn 62 11.17 Grambling 92 11.21 Louisiana College 86 12.2 Centenary 88 12.5 at Southern 92 12.12 at Mississippi State 91 12.16 at Arkansas 83 12.23 Texas College 69 12.28 McNeese State * (ot) 83 12.30 Lamar * 1.2 at Stephen F. Austin * 1.4 at UT Arlington * 1.14 Texas State * 1.16 UTSA * 1.21 at Louisiana-Monroe * Opp 1.23 at Nicholls State * 90 1.28 at Lamar * 77 1.30 Stephen F. Austin * at Northwestern State * 92 2.1 Sam Houston State * 78 2.6 86 2.11 at UTSA * 98 2.13 at Texas State * 68 2.17 at McNeese State * 99 2.20 Nicholls State * 92 2.25 Northwestern State * 92 2.27 Louisiana-Monroe * 81 * SLC 76 80 62 92 76 68 88 71 58 68 71 88 54 81 77 55 93

Opp 74 97 114 104 53 107 82 78 91 101

1999-2000 Billy Kennedy (10-17, 5-13 SLC) Date 11.20 Southern 11.22 at LSU 11.29 Florida A&M 12.1 at Mississippi State 12.4 Louisiana College 12.11 at Troy State 12.15 at Ole Miss 12.18 at SMU 12.30 Stephen F. Austin * 1.3 Loyola (N.O.) 1.6 at UTSA * 1.8 at Texas State * 1.13 UT Arlington * 1.15 Sam Houston State * 1.20 at Lamar * 1.22 at McNeese State * 1.27 at Northwestern State * 1.29 Louisiana-Monroe * 2.5 at Stephen F.Austin * 2.10 Texas State * 2.12 UTSA * 2.17 Nicholls State * (ot) 2.19 McNeese State * 2.24 at Louisiana-Monroe * 2.26 at Sam Houston State * 3.2 at Nicholls State * 3.4 Lamar * * SLC

62 83 81 57 78 60 75 67 69 78 74 71 73 80 68 77

86 85 95 70 90 89 87 77 80 85 86 88 70 89 80 72

SLU Opp 60 114 77 68 97 77 62 69 59 90 60 97 57 95 81 64 90 84 75 87 66 87 60 96 66 77 87 97 69 79 65 69 64 85 83 72 79 81 89 77 59 83 51 65 68 99 55 91 69 72 77 83

SLU Opp 71 70 36 75 61 50 56 70 72 63 62 61 46 77 43 74 52 55 66 42 90 86 56 67 64 70 73 66 55 61 66 67 44 64 55 69 70 64 53 72 49 55 54 60 71 62 64 81 59 70 58 69 60 49

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All-Time Results

2000-01 Billy Kennedy (8-21, 5-15 SLC)

1.4 at Lamar * 55 63 1.9 UT Arlington * 50 65 55 58 Date SLU Opp 1.11 Stephen F. Austin * 59 65 11.18 Dillard 77 45 1.16 at Northwestern State * 67 74 11.21 at Florida A&M 76 65 1.18 at Louisiana-Monroe * 58 54 11.24 at Hawaii # 55 59 1.25 Nicholls State * 72 53 11.26 vs Elon # 51 59 1.30 Texas-San Antonio * 2.11 Texas State * (ot) 82 77 12.2 at Montana 59 68 Sam Houston State * 69 74 12.13 at Ole Miss 46 58 2.6 Lamar * 67 57 12.16 Louisiana-Monroe * 64 55 2.8 68 73 12.18 at Mississippi State 58 78 2.13 at UT Arlington * 51 67 12.21 at Southern 66 63 2.15 at Stephen F. Austin * 58 70 12.28 at UT Arlington * 55 61 2.20 Louisiana-Monroe * 74 67 12.30 at Stephen F. Austin * 62 66 2.22 McNeese State * at McNeese State * (ot) 81 78 1.2 at Alabama 63 92 3.1 at UTSA * 69 80 1.6 Texas State * 53 55 3.5 at Texas State * 75 70 1.8 UTSA * 54 45 3.7 1.13 at Nicholls State * 64 55 1.15 at McNeese State * 56 80 2003-04 1.20 at Sam Houston State * 59 56 Billy Kennedy (20-9, 11-5 SLC) 1.22 at Lamar * 46 74 Southland Conference Champs SLU Opp 1.25 McNeese State * 46 84 Date 73 56 1.29 Northwestern State * 63 71 11.22 Wiley College 76 83 2.3 UT Arlington * 52 54 11.25 at Alabama 48 52 2.5 Stephen F. Austin * 42 45 11.29 at Ole Miss 83 67 2.10 at Northwestern State * 58 60 12.2 Belhaven 76 71 2.12 at Louisiana-Monroe * 56 77 12.6 Southern 81 63 2.17 Lamar * 53 42 12.13 at Southern 66 63 2.19 Sam Houston State * 52 56 12.20 at Tulane 71 72 2.24 Nicholls State * 54 64 12.29 vs. Western Carolina # (ot) 75 61 3.1 at Texas State * 67 71 12.30 vs. Morgan State # Loyola 72 56 3.3 at UTSA * 66 74 1.3 1.6 Arkansas Baptist 78 49 * SLC 1.10 at Louisiana-Monroe *(ot) 72 70 # Hawaii Tournament 1.15 UTSA * 78 68 1.17 at Stephen F. Austin * 43 61 2001-02 1.21 at Lamar * 65 53 Billy Kennedy (7-20, 6-14 SLC) 80 77 Date SLU Opp 1.24 Sam Houston State * 83 72 11.16 Louisiana College 89 56 1.28 McNeese State * at Texas State * 64 63 11.24 at Memphis 46 65 2.5 at UT Arlington * 64 69 11.28 at South Alabama 43 71 2.7 74 72 12.5 at Texas A&M (ot) 54 55 1.31 Stephen F. Austin * 64 69 12.8 New Orleans 47 58 2.12 at Sam Houston State * 80 70 12.17 Stephen F. Austin* 42 55 2.14 Nicholls State * 85 78 12.20 UT Arlington * 60 69 2.18 Northwestern State * 89 72 12.22 at McNeese State * 63 68 2.21 Lamar * 2.26 Louisiana-Monroe * 81 67 12.28 vs. Dartmouth # 59 62 3.3 at McNeese State * 68 71 12.29 vs. St. Mary’s (Calif.) # 49 68 at UTSA * 86 106 1.3 at UTSA * 54 75 3.5 Northwestern State $ 72 64 1.5 at Texas State * 60 55 3.8 85 87 1.10 Louisiana-Monroe * 54 64 3.13 UTSA $ 1.12 Northwestern State * 63 72 * - Southland Conference game 1.17 at Sam Houston State * 71 70 # - Holiday Stores/Big R Classic (Bozeman, Mont.) 1.19 at Lamar * 63 59 $ - Southland Conference Tournament 1.24 Nicholls State * 56 40 1.26 McNeese State * 58 60 2004-05 1.31 at UT Arlington * 66 73 Billy Kennedy (24-9, 13-3 SLC) 2.2 at Stephen F. Austin * 65 61 Southland Conference Champs 2.7 Sam Houston State * 70 69 NCAA Championships SLU Opp 2.9 Lamar * 51 55 Date 73 59 2.14 at Louisiana-Monroe * 57 66 11.19 vs. Henderson State # 63 54 2.16 at Northwestern State * 52 62 11.20 vs. Idaho # 56 48 2.21 Texas State * 62 64 11.21 at Boise State # 62 65 2.23 UTSA * 50 64 11.24 at Southern Miss 80 53 2.28 at Nicholls State * 39 61 11.30 LSU-Shreveport 12.3 vs. Arkansas-Little Rock ^ 48 58 * - Southland Conference game 12.4 vs. Youngstown State ^ 77 55 # - Comcast Invitational (Albuquerque, N.M.) 12.11 at Southern 65 67 12.15 Wiley College 82 51 2002-03 12.18 at Houston 61 68 Billy Kennedy (11-16, 9-11 SLC) 62 35 Date SLU Opp 12.22 Loyola (N.O.) 48 64 11.22 at Vanderbilt 58 80 12.31 at Ole Miss Arkansas Baptist 83 61 11.25 Troy State 81 87 1.3 Lamar * 60 56 12.2 at Auburn 47 77 1.5 UT Arlington * 57 41 12.4 Belhaven 88 45 1.8 56 54 12.7 at New Orleans 69 77 1.11 Sam Houston State * 63 65 12.14 at Pittsburgh 55 89 1.15 at Northwestern State * 66 60 12.18 Loyola 83 56 1.19 at Lamar * 51 39 12.28 at Nicholls State * 68 60 1.27 Texas State * 63 54 12.30 Northwestern State * 51 49 1.29 at UTSA * at Nicholls State * 60 49 1.2 at Sam Houston State * 65 74 2.2

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2.5 Stephen F. Austin * 54 2.10 at Louisiana-Monroe * 70 2.12 McNeese State * 69 2.17 Texas-San Antonio * 69 2.19 at Stephen F. Austin 52 2.26 Louisiana-Monroe * 64 3.2 at McNeese State * 68 3.5 at Sam Houston State * 58 3.8 Texas State % 75 3.10 Sam Houston State % 71 3.13 at Northwestern State % 49 3.18 vs. Oklahoma State + 50 * - Southland Conference game # - Boise State Invitational (Boise, Idaho) ^ - SMS Price Cutter Classic (Springfield, Mo.) % - Southland Conference Tournament + - NCAA Championships (Oklahoma City, Okla.)

33 57 71 66 41 62 76 55 58 62 42 63

2.22 Central Arkansas * 66 2.24 Northwestern State * 65 3.1 at McNeese State * 45 3.3 at Lamar * 64 3.8 vs. A&M-Corpus Christi % 72 * - Southland Conference game # - Oregon Rain Invitational (Corvallis, Ore.) ^ - Lou Henson Classic (Las Cruces, N.M.) % - SLC Tournament (Houston, Texas)

2007-08 Jim Yarbrough (17-13, 9-7 SLC)

Date 11.9 Alcorn State 11.12 at LSU 11.16 Dallas Christian 11.20 Southern 11.25 Millsaps College 2005-06 11.27 at Jackson State Jim Yarbrough (16-12, 10-6 SLC) 12.1 at Alabama (ot) Date SLU Opp 12.8 at Mississippi State 11.19 Texas Wesleyan 69 76 12.14 Dillard 11.25 Troy 71 68 12.17 Lipscomb 11.28 at Mississippi State 57 46 12.19 at UTEP 12.1 Spring Hill College 79 65 12.29 at Iowa 12.5 Southern 65 62 1.2 Southern-New Orleans 12.8 Belhaven 76 70 1.9 at Sam Houston State * 12.14 at Auburn 51 66 1.12 Stephen F. Austin * 12.17 at St. Mary’s (Calif.) # 55 66 1.17 at Texas State * 12.18 vs. UC Davis # (ot) 64 69 1.19 at UT Arlington * 12.21 at Ole Miss 62 68 1.26 at Nicholls State * 12.31 Arkansas Baptist 83 53 1.31 Central Arkansas * 1.5 UTSA * 72 68 2.2 Northwestern State * 1.7 Stephen F. Austin * 75 73 2.6 McNeese State * 1.11 at Northwestern State * 60 70 2.9 at Lamar * 1.14 at Nicholls State * 66 73 2.14 UTSA * 1.19 at UT Arlington * 63 71 2.16 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi * 1.21 Northwestern State * 58 60 2.23 Nicholls State * 1.25 Sam Houston State * 64 68 2.28 at Central Arkansas * 1.28 Nicholls State * 84 76 3.1 at Northwestern State * 2.2 at Texas State * 68 60 3.5 at McNeese State * 2.4 at UTSA * 95 82 3.8 Lamar * 2.9 at Sam Houston State * (ot) 62 66 3.13 vs. Northwestern State % 2.13 Texas State * 66 46 * - Southland Conference game 2.16 Louisiana-Monroe * 42 40 % - SLC Tournament (Katy, Texas) 2.25 UT Arlington * 71 62 3.1 at McNeese State * 82 71 2008-09 3.3 at Lamar * 89 79 Jim Yarbrough (13-17, 7-9 SLC) 3.7 Lamar $ 65 68 Date * - Southland Conference game 11.14 at Arkansas (ot) # - Shamrock Office Solutions Classic (Moraga, Calif.) 11.17 Miles College $ - Southland Conference Tournament 11.20 at Lipscomb 11.25 at Texas Tech 2006-07 11.29 Dillard Jim Yarbrough (16-14, 8-8 SLC) 12.2 at Southern Date SLU Opp 12.6 Southern-New Orleans 11.10 vs. Cal Poly # 76 69 12.13 at Florida Atlantic 11.11 at Oregon State # 65 63 12.16 Millsaps College 11.12 vs. Portland # 63 55 12.20 Jackson State 11.18 William Carey 73 50 12.23 at Minnesota 11.25 at Troy 84 86 12.31 at Auburn 11.28 Jackson State 73 81 1.3 at LSU 12.1 vs. San Francisco ^ 56 71 1.10 at Lamar * 12.2 vs. Chicago State ^ 59 44 1.14 Northwestern State * 12.10 at Florida State 62 88 1.17 at Sam Houston State * 12.13 at Southern 70 59 1.21 McNeese State * 12.16 at Penn State 69 66 1.24 Stephen F. Austin * 12.20 Millsaps 90 67 1.28 at Central Arkansas * 12.30 at Minnesota 61 63 1.31 Nicholls State * 1.4 Sam Houston State * 45 69 2.4 at Texas State * 1.6 at Stephen F. Austin * 49 66 2.7 UTSA * 1.11 Texas State * 78 70 2.14 at Nicholls State * 1.13 UT Arlington * 73 69 2.18 UT Arlington * 1.20 Nicholls State * 75 69 2.21 at Stephen F. Austin * 1.25 at Central Arkansas * 74 66 2.25 A&M-Corpus Christi * 1.27 at Northwestern State * 91 96 2.28 Central Arkansas * 2.1 McNeese State * (ot) 69 64 3.4 at McNeese State * 2.3 Lamar * 73 64 3.7 at Northwestern State * 2.8 at UTSA * 64 57 3.12 vs. Stephen F. Austin % 2.10 at A&M-Corpus Christi * 74 80 * - Southland Conference game 2.17 at Nicholls State * 72 74 % - SLC Tournament (Katy, Texas)

63 71 63 83 80

SLU 72 62 128 58 73 61 61 59 95 66 67 50 57 61 45 84 67 80 70 55 80 74 57 56 54 60 75 69 83 51

Opp 54 72 42 46 55 49 63 84 53 61 76 57 44 58 48 83 73 66 62 60 61 88 61 62 52 63 72 63 73 71

SLU 87 95 58 63 99 84 108 58 85 70 71 65 61 65 84 62 52 49 75 65 82 61 50 66 38 70 98 71 79 56

Opp 91 69 70 74 59 75 51 72 56 51 80 77 90 76 59 73 49 60 64 68 84 66 52 70 45 68 61 61 69 67

2009-10 Southeastern Louisiana Basketball


Record vs. Opponents Opponent Alabama Alcorn State Appalachian State Arkansas Arkansas Baptist Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas-Monticello Arkansas State Auburn Austin College Baker College Baptist Christian Baptist (S.C.) College Baylor Belhaven College Boise State Brigham Young-Hawaii Cal Poly Cal State-Bakersfield Cameron State Campbell Cape Girardeau State Centenary Central Arkansas Central Florida Central Missouri Chicago State Christian Brothers Coastal Carolina College of Charleston College of Puget Sound College of Ozarks Concordia (Tex.) College Concordia Seminary Culver Stockton College Dallas Christian Dartmouth Delaware State Delta State Dillard Drury College Elmhurst College East Carolina East Texas State East Texas Baptist Eastern Kentucky Eastern New Mexico Florida A&M Florida Atlantic Florida International Florida State Florida Southern Florida Tech Fordham Frederick College Georgetown (Ky.) Georgia Southern Georgia State Grambling State Hardin Simmons Hawaii-Pacific Henderson State Hofstra Houston Houston Baptist Idaho Illinois State Illinois Wesleyan Indiana-Purdue Indiana State Indiana Tech Iowa

First 2000-01 1974-75 1969-70 1984-85 2003-04 1980-81 1996-97 1949-50 1998-99 1966-67 1979-80 1969-70 1981-82 1990-91 1964-65 2004-05 1987-88 2006-07 1986-87 1982-83 1994-95 1953-54 1947-48 2006-07 1990-91 1950-51 1984-85 1956-57 1987-88 1993-94 1949-50 1982-83 1986-87 1953-54 1953-54 2007-08 2001-02 1986-87 1948-49 2000-01 1974-75 1973-74 1992-93 1972-73 1948-49 1987-88 1952-53 1985-86 1995-96 1983-84 2006-07 1969-70 1967-68 1986-87 1964-65 1953-54 1980-81 1982-83 1991-92 1980-81 1986-87 1960-61 1991-92 2004-05 1980-81 2004-05 1968-69 1961-62 1976-77 1951-52 1975-76 2007-08

Last W-L 2007-08 0-3 2007-08 2-3 1969-70 1-0 2008-09 0-3 2005-06 3-0 2004-05 5-11 1996-97 1-0 1949-50 0-1 2008-09 0-4 1966-67 1-0 1979-80 1-0 1995-96 7-0 1982-83 1-1 1991-92 0-2 2005-06 6-1 2004-05 1-0 1987-88 1-0 2006-07 1-0 1986-87 0-1 1982-83 1-0 1996-97 1-4 1953-54 0-1 1998-99 20-25 2008-09 5-1 1996-97 3-5 1950-51 0-1 2006-07 2-2 1960-61 1-3 1987-88 0-1 1996-97 1-6 1949-50 0-1 1982-83 1-0 1987-88 2-0 1953-54 0-1 1961-62 3-0 2007-08 1-0 2001-02 0-1 1986-87 1-0 1978-79 15-17 2008-09 3-0 1974-75 1-0 1973-74 1-0 1992-93 0-1 1972-73 1-0 1974-75 4-1 1987-88 0-1 1957-58 3-0 2000-01 4-0 2008-09 1-2 1996-97 5-7 2006-07 0-1 1971-72 0-3 1967-68 1-0 1986-87 0-1 1964-65 1-0 1953-54 1-0 1991-92 1-3 1996-97 11-4 1998-99 7-2 1980-81 1-1 1986-87 0-1 2004-05 3-1 1991-92 1-0 2004-05 0-1 1982-83 2-2 2004-05 1-0 1968-69 0-1 1975-76 2-3 1977-78 2-0 1953-54 1-1 1979-80 3-0 2007-08 0-1

Opponent First Last W-L Jackson State 1982-83 2008-09 6-9 Jacksonville State 1972-73 1996-97 9-6 Kentucky Wesleyan 1951-52 1961-62 0-5 Lamar 1958-59 2008-09 14-19 Liberty 1990-91 1990-91 0-1 Lipscomb 2007-08 2008-09 1-1 Livingston 1948-49 1979-80 9-6 Louisiana Christian 1992-93 1992-93 1-0 Louisiana College 1947-48 2001-02 36-13 Louisiana-Lafayette 1947-48 1984-85 20-31 Louisiana-Monroe 1952-53 2005-06 29-60 LSU 1966-67 2008-09 1-9 LSU-Shreveport 1993-94 2004-05 2-0 Louisiana Tech 1947-48 1991-92 17-35 Loyola (N.O.) 1947-48 2004-05 15-9 McMurray College 1959-60 1960-61 1-1 Marymount College 1986-87 1986-87 1-0 McNeese State 1951-52 2008-09 35-56 Memphis 1992-93 2001-02 0-2 Mercer 1980-81 1996-97 8-5 Mexico University 1965-66 1965-66 1-0 Miles College 2008-09 2008-09 1-0 Millsaps College 1961-62 2008-09 11-0 Minnesota 2006-07 2008-09 0-2 Mississippi College 1947-48 1977-78 24-13 Mississippi 1956-57 2005-06 0-16 Mississippi State 1957-58 2007-08 1-16 Mississippi Valley 1984-85 1988-89 1-2 Missouri-St. Louis 1976-77 1981-82 2-0 Missouri Valley 1953-54 1981-82 3-1 Montana 1991-92 2000-01 0-2 Morgan State 2003-04 2003-04 1-0 Murray State 1950-51 1983-84 1-5 Nebraska First Meeting Newberry College 1959-60 1959-60 1-0 New Mexico State 1997-98 1997-98 0-1 New Orleans 1973-74 2002-03 0-7 Nicholls State 1959-60 2008-09 44-38 North Alabama 1971-72 1978-79 4-8 North Park College 1981-82 1983-84 2-0 North Texas 1978-79 1990-91 1-3 Northern Arizona 1988-89 1988-89 0-1 Northern Illinois 1986-87 1986-87 0-1 Northern Iowa 1979-80 1980-81 1-1 Northland College 1974-75 1974-75 1-0 Northwestern State 1947-48 2008-09 42-77 Oklahoma 1985-86 1985-86 0-1 Oklahoma City College 1980-81 1980-81 0-1 Oklahoma State 1983-84 2004-05 0-3 Oregon State 2006-07 2006-07 1-0 Penn State 2006-07 2006-07 1-0 Pikeville College 1974-75 1975-76 1-1 Pittsburgh 2002-03 2002-03 0-1 Portland 2006-07 2006-07 1-0 Prairie View A&M 1987-88 1988-89 1-3 Purdue 1979-80 1979-80 0-1 Rice 1984-85 1986-87 1-2 Rio Grande College 1953-54 1953-54 1-0 Rollins College 1969-70 1971-72 1-2 Roosevelt College 1983-84 1983-84 1-0 St. Louis 1986-87 1986-87 0-1 St. Mary’s (Calif.) 2001-02 2005-06 0-2 Samford 1983-84 1996-97 5-9 Sam Houston State 1973-74 2008-09 14-19 San Diego 1978-79 1981-82 1-1 San Francisco 1991-92 2006-07 0-2 Science and Arts (Okla.) First Meeting South Alabama 2001-02 2001-02 0-1 Southern Arkansas 1954-55 1954-55 1-0 Southern Illinois 1949-50 1951-52 0-3 Southern Mississippi 1947-48 2004-05 16-34 Southern 1974-75 2008-09 14-16

Two-Time Southland Conference Champions • 2005 NCAA Tournament

Opponent First Southern-New Orleans 2007-08 Southern Methodist 1999-00 Southeast Missouri 1954-55 Southeastern Oklahoma 1956-57 Southwest Missouri State 1954-55 Southwestern (Tenn.) 1956-57 Spring Arbor College 1979-80 Spring Hill College 1947-48 Stephen F. Austin 1976-77 Stetson 1991-92 St. Leo College 1969-70 Sul Ross College 1956-57 Tampa 1953-54 Taylor 1953-54 Tennessee 1985-86 Tennessee-Chattanooga 1972-73 Tennessee-Martin 1972-73 Tennessee State 1972-73 Texas A&M 1986-87 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 2006-07 Texas-Arlington 1983-84 Texas Christian 1991-92 Texas College 1992-93 Texas-El Paso 1997-98 Texas-Pan American 1985-86 Texas-San Antonio 1981-82 Texas State 1984-85 Texas Southern 1984-85 Texas Tech 2008-09 Texas Wesleyan 1988-89 Troy 1956-57 Tulane 1949-50 Tulsa 1991-92 UC Davis 2005-06 Urbana College 1980-81 UNC-Greensboro 1975-76 Union (Ky.) 1979-80 Union (Tenn.) 1971-72 U.S. International 1981-82 Vanderbilt 2002-03 Washington 1986-87 Waterloo 1971-72 Wayland Baptist 1960-61 Western Carolina 2003-04 Western Kentucky 1950-51 Western Illinois 1948-49 Western New Mexico 1986-87 Westminster College 1955-56 West Florida 1967-68 Wiley College 2003-04 William Carey 1965-66 Wisconsin-Parkside 1975-76 Xavier (La.) 1977-78 Xavier (Ohio) 1985-86 Youngstown State 1987-88 ALSO: Bogalusa Gaylords Houma Air Force Base Keesler Field Pensacola Navy SLC Alumni *Won by forfeit

1947-48 1955-56 1948-49 1954-55 1954-55

Last 2008-09 1999-00 1954-55 1963-64 1986-87 1958-59 1979-80 2005-06 2008-09 1996-97 1970-71 1956-67 1983-84 1956-57 1985-86 1972-73 1978-79 1986-87 2001-02 2008-09 2008-09 1995-96 1998-99 2007-08 1992-93 2008-09 2008-09 1987-88 2008-09 2005-06 2006-07 2003-04 1991-92 2005-06 1982-83 1975-76 1979-80 1973-74 1981-82 2002-03 1986-87 1971-72 1960-61 2003-04 1968-69 1979-80 1986-87 1955-56 1973-74 2004-05 2006-07 1975-76 1977-78 1985-86 2004-05

W-L 2-0 0-1 0-1 1-4 0-2 3-0 1-0 31-17 12-23 3-8 1-1 0-1 3-0 1-1 0-1 1-0 7-4 5-4 0-3 1-3 4-17 0-2 4-0 0-2 3-4 12-13 15-13 2-4 0-1 1-1 8-9 2-7 0-1 0-1 2-0 1-0* 0-1 2-0 2-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-6 0-5 1-0 1-0 4-4 2-0 6-3 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-1

1947-48 1955-56 1952-53 1954-55 1954-55

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

2009-10 Opponents in Bold

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All-Time Roster -AAbdur-Rahim, Amir......................... 2002, 03, 04 Alexander, Scevera...................................... 1974 Ameh, Stephen........................................... 2002 Anderson, Avery......................................... 1995 Annison, Ben........................................ 1951, 52 Annison, Dan.............................................. 1951 Arnold, Daryl............................................... 2008 Askeroth, Jerry..................................... 1953, 54 Atins, Ted................................................... 1993 August, Adam............................................. 1976 Austin, Howard......................................2007, 08 -BBacon, Francis............................................ 1958 Bagley, Larry............................................... 1968 Bailey, John.............................. 1981, 82, 83, 84 Baker, Albert................................... 1962, 63, 64 Baker, Harvey........................... 1992, 93, 94, 95 Ball, Sam...............................................1977, 78 Banta, Rick................................1976, 77, 78, 79 Barker, Eddie.............................................. 1989 Barker, Jim.......................................1966, 67, 68 Barnett, Bert......................................... 1951, 52 Bazille, Jerome................................ 1983, 85, 86 Beard, Wilbert............................................. 1973 Bell, Byron.................................................. 1995 Benton, Travis............................................. 2002 Berry, Neill................................ 2001, 02, 04, 05 Berry, Steve................................................ 1975 Bessonet, Calvin........................1965, 66, 67, 68 Billiard, Steve.............................................. 1976 Blalock, Darrell................................ 1968, 69, 70 Blevins, Odell.............................................. 1958 Blount, Carver............................................. 1956 Bohatka, William......................................... 1959 Bolin, Andy........................................... 1996, 97 Bond, William................................. 1978, 79, 80 Booker, Wayne...................................... 1981, 82 Booth, Bobby.............................................. 1955 Bowers, Tim............................................... 1981 Bowie, Sam.......................................... 1995, 96 Bowman, Glenn........................ 1960, 61, 62, 63 Boyd, Joe............................................. 1951, 52 Branch, Rickie............................................. 1974 Breaud, Ronnie..................................... 1960, 62 Brinkley, Mike.....................................1960, 61 Britt, Dave................................................1956 Brown, Brian............................................1986 Brown, Corky...............................1968, 69, 70 Brown, Willie Ray.....................................1973 Bryant, Terry..........................2004, 05, 06, 07 Burches, Stephen.............................. 2009 Burke, Tom..................................1955, 56, 57 Burnett, Woodford..............................1952, 53 Burroughs, Carlos.....................................1987 Butler, Teddy................................1985, 86, 87 -CCambre, David...................................1956, 57 Cannon, Kendrick...............................1993, 94 Canoy, Travis............................................1969 Carney, Lee............................1998, 99, 00, 01 Carter, William..........................................1959 Carter, George..........................................1958 Casabat, James............................ 1956, 57, 58 Cassidey, Jerry...................................1969, 70 Castilaw, Billy...........................................1959 Ceasar, Donald...................................2001, 02 Charles, Glenn........................ 1995, 96, 97, 98 Cheeks, Roger....................................1982, 83 Childers, Gary........................1963, 64, 65, 66 Clark, Dyron...........................2000, 01, 02, 03 Clark, Maurice....................................1998, 99 Coates, Sean............................................1989 Cohen, Daryl......................................2006, 07 Combs, Bobby....................................1954, 55 Combs, Cory......................................1998, 99 Connors, Curlee.................................1970, 71 Core, C.A............................... 1965, 66, 67, 68 Courtney, Donald.....................................1963 Cousin, Robert.......................1983, 84, 85, 86 Cress, Jimmy..........................1959, 61, 62, 63 Cummings, Ray..................................2006, 07 Cummings, Steve.....................................1977 Cyprian, Chris.....................................2008, 09 Cyprien, Micheal.....................2004, 05, 06, 07

-D-

Dale, Dallas..............................................1989 Darby, Louis.............................................1975 Davies, Bill...............................................1969 Davis, Columbus................................1978, 79 Deamer, Alvin...............................1970, 71, 72

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Dennis, Scott............................................1989 Devall, Gary.............................................1970 Dixon, John........................................1985, 86 Dodson, Graham................................1968, 69 Donald, Duane....................... 1987, 88, 89, 92 Dormire, Roger..................................1968, 69 Doskey, Charles........................................1960 Drury, Stuart................................ 1996, 97, 98 Dudley, Keith......................................1992, 93 Dukes, Bill..........................................1985, 86 Duley, Jamie................................ 1977, 78, 79 Dunbar, Jeremy........................................2008 -EEdwards, Justin............................2004, 05, 06 Elloie, Jason.......................................1999, 00 English, Tony............................................1984 Evans, Noble.......................... 1996, 97, 98, 99 -FFaciane, Huey..............................1955, 56, 57 Fairchild, Chuck............................1970, 71, 72 Felice, Mike..............................................1982 Ferachi, Ken.............................................1969 Finney, Tay...............................................1968 Fites, Doug........................................1993, 94 Fleming, Tom...........................................1969 Fobbs, Byron......................................1994, 95 Fogg, Kevin..................................1973, 74, 75 Foreman, Barney......................................1965 Forest, Damon................................... 2009 Forman, Hunter........................................1964 Fortenberry, Brandon........................ 2009 Fortenberry, Eric.................................1986, 87 Foster, Clifford....................................1953, 54 Franklin, Derrick.................................2001, 02 Frazier, Brett.............................................1968 Frey, Lane..............................2001, 02, 03, 04 Fugler, Alvia.............................................1952 -GGabor, George..........................................1951 Gadsden, Dee..............................2003, 04, 05 Gardener, Michael...............................2003, 04 Gilmore, Bruce.......................1973, 74, 75, 76 Glisson, David....................................1957, 58 Gonzales, Neil..........................................1986 Gordon, Keith...........................................1985 Gourrier, John..............................1962, 63, 64 Grant, Rico.........................................1996, 97 Green, Kevyn............................... 2007, 08, 09 Green, Quennell.................................2006, 07 Green, Troy............................ 1996, 97, 98, 99 Greene, Joe.......................................1986, 87 Grigas, Steve................................1978, 79, 80 Gulina, Mark.......................................1997, 98 -HHall, Troy...........................................1982, 83 Hankins, Daren...................................2008, 09 Harden, Leonard ...............................2005, 06 Harris, Cecil............................1969, 70, 71, 72 Harris, Claudell.........................................1991 Harris, Raymond..........................1952, 53, 54 Harvey, Mack...............................1955, 56, 57 Haynes, Wesley........................................2003 Hebert, Bryan...........................................1989 Henderson, Jeff........................................1975 Herren, John............................................1969 Hess, George...............................1952, 53, 55 Hewitt, Tom.............................................1960 Hodges, Tommy.................................1992, 93 Hogan, Charles........................................1994 Holloway, Bruce........................................1977 Hood, Donald...............................1952, 53, 54 Howell,Thelonius................................1988, 89 Howes, Tom.............................................1959 Huss, Craig............................1971, 72, 73, 74 -IIaun, Ward...............................................1951 -JJackson, Alfrado.................................2000, 01 Jackson, Reggie.......................................1995 Jacobs, Harvey.........................................1964 James, Johnny.........................................1979 Johnson, Deboy.................................1980, 81 Johnson, Joe............................................1976 Jones, Charles....................................1972, 73 Jones, Darryl................................1989, 91, 92 Jones, David......................................1984, 85 Jones, Donnie.............................. 1966, 67, 68 Jones, Gerald...........................................1987 Jones, Lionel............................................1983 Juluke, Harold....................................2001, 02 -KKay, Jason..........................................1996, 97 Kelly, Jerry.............................1980, 81, 82, 83 Kelly, Keith...............................................1989

Kemp, Marcus....................................2000, 01 Kennard, Donald.......................... 1956, 57, 58 Kennedy, Bart.....................................1991, 92 Kimble, Bennie...................................1956, 57 King, John................................................1985 Kinsley, Charles..................................1951, 54 Klosterman, Ron..................... 1956, 57, 58, 59 Knobloch, Ernie..................................1964, 65 Krajcer, Mike............................................1973 -LLeBlanc, Brian..........................................1983 Lee, Chris .........................................2005, 06 Lemke, Jim............................ 1966, 67, 68, 69 Lewis, Andre......................................1997, 98 Lewis, Paul.........................................1992, 94 Link, Al........................................1960, 61, 62 Littleton, Charles......................................1979 Litwicki, Ken.................................1970, 71, 72 Lofton, Nate.......................................2004, 05 Lofton, Oscar...........................................1959 London, Eugene.................................1983, 84 Lord, David..............................................1989 Lucas, Freddie........................1972, 73, 74, 75 Lusk, Ramon............................................1991 -MMacon, Brian............................................1977 Magee, Jeff..............................................1989 Martin, Terry................................ 1987, 88, 89 Maxwell, Bill.............................................1952 McBeath, Derrick......................................1981 McCaughey, Dan................................1986, 87 McClain, Jim.......................................1968, 69 McClure, Darren.......................................1989 McClure, Leo..........................1974, 75, 76, 77 McCrory, Randy........................................2001 McDowell, Leslie...........................1951, 52, 55 McElyea, Carmel.......................................1951 McMurray, Mike........................................1965 McNair, Bo Bo.........................1982, 83, 84, 85 McPherson, Bradley................ 1957, 58, 59, 60 Meriweather, Pete...............................1992, 93 Minton, Rick................................. 1977, 78, 79 Mitchell, James.......................1951, 52, 53, 54 Morris, Vaughn.........................................1987 Myles, Eric.........................................1997, 98 -NNance, Tavaris....................................2007, 08 Nard, Bobby.......................................1979, 80 Ndoumba, David..........................2008, 09 Newsom, Wayne................................1959, 60 Nicks Dekyron....................................2007, 08 Niehaus, Mike..........................................1975 -OO’Drobinak, Charles......................1951, 52, 53 Olah, Bobby.............................................1959 Ondra, Rich..............................................1971 -PParker, Charles....................... 1965, 66, 67, 68 Parker, Herb.................................1960, 61, 63 Patrick, Bobby....................................1968, 69 Patrick, Larry............................................1969 Patterson, DeShawn......................... 2009 Patterson, Reggie...............................2000, 01 Patterson, Roger......................................1963 Patton, Jonathan................................2004, 05 Payton, Cavin...........................................2005 Payton, Kelland..............................1999, 2000 Pearson, Danny........................................1993 Pearson, Jemichael.............................1994, 95 Perry, Bobby.......................................1970, 71 Picou, John........................................1994, 95 Picou, Norman.............................1970, 71, 72 Picou, Steve.......................................1966, 67 Picou, Lamar............................................1977 Pieper, Dan............................1973, 74, 75, 76 Pierre, Marvin.....................................1991, 92 Pietri, Paul.............................. 1956, 57, 58, 59 Pietri Bryan........................................1959, 60 Pitt, Dudley..............................................1955 Polite, Joseph.....................................2006, 07 Pollard, Craig............................................1983 Pope, Antonio..........................................2009 Potts, Pat.................................................1985 Price, Demetrius.................................1992, 93 Pruitt, Byron.................................1969, 70, 71 -RRance, Mike.................................1973, 74, 76 Randolph, James...................... 1997, 99, 2000 Reed, Larry..............................................1994 Reigel, Billy..............................................1979 Richard, Cory...........................................2009 Richard, Raymond....................................1975 Richardson, Barry.....................................1988 Riley, Stafford.....................................1988, 89

Robinson, Earl..........................................1985 Roeder, Paul.............................................1980 Roniger, Scott ....................................2005, 06 Roussel, Dennis...................... 1987, 88, 89, 91 Routon, Clarence......................................1952 Rucker, Young..........................................1989 -SSamuel, Willie....................................1984, 85 Saucier, Raymond.....................................1952 Scheiber, Bob...........................................1953 Schmidt, Daniel........................................2002 Schultz, Robert.........................................1958 Schwab, Lenny.........................................1988 Scott, Adrian......................................2002, 03 Scott, Kenny.............................................1981 Sekulich, Larry.........................................1959 Shanks, Jesse.....................................1959, 60 Sharp, Dick............................1952, 53, 54, 55 Sharpe, Shannon................................1993, 94 Shingleton, Brennen..................... 1996, 97, 98 Shirley, John.......................................1972, 73 Simmons, Lefty........................................1953 Singletary, Jaron.................................2000, 01 Slusher, Dan.......................................1969, 70 Small, Ronnie...............................1963, 64, 65 Smith, Danny.....................................1971, 72 Smith, Marcus....................................2002, 03 Smith, Melvin.........................1974, 75, 76, 77 Solomon, Gary.........................................2003 Span, Warrell.....................................2008, 09 Sparks, Bobby..........................................1962 Stephens, Kelly.........................................1992 Stewart, Charles...........................1953, 56, 57 Stiga, Richard.........................1953, 54, 55, 56 Stone, Pete..............................................1972 Stout, Rick...................................1981, 82, 83 Strange, Pat.......................................1988, 89 Sullivan, Patrick.....................2007, 08, 09 Sylve, Bernard..........................................1991 Swarts, Louis............................................1972 -TTaylor, Johnny....................................1980, 81 Thaggart, Troy.........................................1988 Thames, Willard.......................................1956 Theriot, Harvey...................... 1955, 56, 57, 58 Thomas, Gayle.........................................1962 Tibbs, Robert..................................... 2009 Tillman, Thelander.................1982, 83, 84, 85 Travis, Jerry.......................................1965, 66 Tumimaro, Joe.............................1959, 60, 61 Tyson, Jeff.........................................1977, 78 -VVenable, Joe..........................1984, 85, 86, 87 Verner, Marcus.............................2003, 04, 07 Vickers, J.B..................................1960, 61, 62 Vitter, A.C...............................1964, 65, 66, 67 Votaw, Dave.......................................1961, 62 -WWaddell, Wallace....................1959, 61, 62, 63 Wagner, Dennis............................1952, 53, 54 Walker, Albert.....................................1964, 65 Walker, Curtis.....................................2001, 02 Walker, Jonathan....................2003, 04, 05, 06 Walls, Allen..............................................1988 Washington, Henry.......................1991, 92, 93 Washington, Leroy.............................1977, 78 Watson, John.....................................1980, 81 Watts, Shelton..............................1963, 64, 65 Welch, Steve......................................1970, 71 West, Edmond.........................................1958 West, Terry........................................2003, 04 Williams, Donell............................ 1986, 87, 88 Williams, Ernest..................................1957, 58 Williams, David...................................1979, 80 Willis, Rusty...........................1974, 75, 76, 77 Wilson, Harold....................................1971, 72 Wilson, Don...........................1964, 65, 66, 67 Winnier, Greg.....................................1994, 95 Winningham, Jason..................................1996 Wissen, Bill..................................1978, 79, 80 Wolf, Michael..........................1988, 89, 91, 92 Wolfe, Jamaal..........................................2001 Woods, Ricky.....................................2005, 06 Woods, Thomas ................................2005, 06 -YYancey, Gordon..................................1984, 85 Young, Booker....................................1971, 72 -ZZeringue, Paul..........................................1988 Bold Indicates returning letterman

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Department Directory (all numbers area code 985) Academic Center Hope Williams

549-5131 Softball 549-5192 Assistant AD/Academic Success Pete Langlois Head Coach Karin Smith-Gadberry Assistant Coach Athletics Director 549-2395 Arica Rodriguez Assistant Coach Bart Bellairs Director of Athletics Chris Bentley Assistant to the AD/Academic Liaison Sport Performance 549-5997 Tyronee Williams Assistant AD/Community Service Scott Reeves Director Anna Woodall Administrative Assistant Linda Alford Administrative Coordinator Tennis (Women’s) 549-5193 Jason Hayes Head Coach Athletic Training 549-5133 Cary Berthelot Interim Director of Sports Medicine Ticket Operations 549-5466 Meghan Campbell Assistant Athletic Trainer Leslie Rolling Ticket Manager Nate Borget Assistant Athletic Trainer Laura Shelton Assistant Athletic Trainer Track & Field/Cross Country 549-5188 Sean Brady Head Coach Baseball 549-2896 Michael Bartolina Assistant Coach Jay Artigues Head Coach Brian Mondschein Assistant Coach Justin Hill Assistant Coach Erica Bartolina Volunteer Assistant Coach Matt Riser Assistant Coach Justin Cryer Volunteer Assistant Volleyball 549-5189 Julie Langford Head Coach Business 549-5100 Jon Haruguchi Assistant Coach Tecla Schillage Business Manager Women’s Basketball 549-3473 Compliance 549-5127 Lori Davis Jones Head Coach Sherry Kennemer Associate AD/SWA Eric Dumas Assistant Coach Brent Harris Assistant Coach Development/Lion Athletic Association 549-5091 Charinee Mitchell Assistant Coach David Lichtenstein Associate AD/External Operations Judy Meyers Secretary Kirby Thomas Graduate Assistant Departmental Mailing Address: Football 549-5550 Southeastern Athletics Mike Lucas Head Coach SLU 10309 Tra Boger Assistant Coach Hammond, LA 70402 Tommy Condell Assistant Coach Patrick Garvin Assistant Coach Overnight Mailing Address: Brandon Lacy Assistant Coach Southeastern Athletics Tyler Paopao Assistant Coach 800 Galloway Drive Allen Rudolph Assistant Coach Hammond, LA 70402 Matt Webb Assistant Coach Tyronee Williams Assistant Coach Numbers to Know (area code 985): Dexter Falgoust Graduate Assistant Athletic Director 549-2395 Cody Samples Graduate Assistant Ticket Office 549-5466 Sports Information 549-2142 Golf 549-5186 Athletics FAX 549-3495 Tim Baldwin Head Coach Basketball Office FAX 549-3603 Football Office FAX 549-5489 Operations/Facilities 549-3419 Sports Information FAX 549-3773 Andrew Bechac Assistant AD/Internal Operations Media Relations Matt Sullivan Kemmler Chapple Men’s Basketball Jim Yarbrough Roman Banks Larry Cordaro Alex Hausladen Judy Meyers Soccer Blake Hornbuckle Tresy Ross

549-2142 Assistant AD/Media Relations Associate Director 549-3744 Head Coach Associate Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Secretary 549-5185 Head Coach Assistant Coach

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The Lion Athletic Association

David Lichtenstein Associate AD for External Operations

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he Lion Athletics Association is a not-forprofit organization which exists to assist

in funding scholarships, operations and facilities for the Southeastern Louisiana University Lion Athletic Department. Lion athletics competes at the NCAA Division I level and in the highly competitive Southland Conference. At the core of the the mission of the department is the expectation to positively impact the lives of hundreds of student-athletes. These student-athletes positively represent the Lion Family with integrity and dignity as they prepare to be the leaders of tomorrow. Lion Athletics is committed to the development of the student-athlete in the following areas: • Academic Excellence • Competitive Excellence • Superior Citizenship Contributions to the Lion Athletics Association are overseen by a board of directors and directly impact the student-athletes and the sport programs. It is these funds that create the resources needed to maintain a level of achievement that proudly represents all members of the University community and the region that is serves.

Mary Lou Coats Accounting Coordinator

Kirby Thomas Graduate Assistant

List of Athletic Endowments and Scholarships Richard Sharp Endowment

Central Progressive Bank Endowment

State Farm Endowment

Amy Livingston Oberschmidt Endowment - Tennis

Dick and Glory Sharp Endowment

Dr. Dale Williams Endowment - Football

Athletic Memorial Endowment

David Venable Endowment - Football

Ray “Coon” and Jackie Porta Endowment

Gary Glaser Memorial Scholarship - Football

John Faught Endowment - Baseball

William and Launa Ladner Endowment - Football

Leigh and Duane Shafer Endowment

Bob Duhe, Terry King and Joe Abene Endowment

Robin Roberts Endowment

Red Stick Chapter Endowment - Football

Sandra Webb “Sandy” Goodwin Memorial Scholarship - Baseball

Charles and Kathy Reese Endowed Scholarship

Don and Willie Lewis Endowment - Baseball

Brooks and Dorothy Robinson Endowment

Ken and Christina Matherne Endowment

Grady Morgan Endowment - Athletic Training

Leroy and Elsie Chenevert Memorial Scholarship - Football

William and Emily Bond Endowment

Donnie Jarreau Endowment - Football

Sam and Chris Santora Memorial Scholarship

Anatomix Physical Therapy Endow. - Ath. Training

Gary Sandifer Endowment (planned gift)

Skibinski Family Endowment

Terry Passman Endowment (planned gift)

Sharlotte and Bret Brian Endowment - Football

Catherine and Duane Shafer Endowment

Johnson Family Endowed Scholarship

Scott Patterson Endowment

Gino Marino Endowed Scholarship

Rick Durham Family Endowed Scholarship

Stevens Family Endowment

John and Ellie Schroder Endowed Scholarship

Ellis Johnson Endowment

Greg Baker Endowed Scholarship

Ray Renton Endowment - Football

Dr. Sonny Chandler Scholarship

Manuel Dugas Endowment - Football

Louis Wiginton Endowment

Dr. Lee Mire Endowment - Football

Colonial Pipeline Endowed Scholarship

Danny Farris Endowment - Football

Kelly Wells Endowed Scholarship (planned gift)

Duane and Verne Floyd Endowment - Football

Sherry Beall Endowed Scholarship (planned gift)

Stanley Galloway Endowment - Football

Marino-Leblanc Endowment - Football

Pat Kenelly Endowment - Baseball

Dr. Robert and Lydia Hardy Endowed Scholarship - Baseball

Junior and Peggy Matheu Endowment - Football

Lura Hornosky Manzella Memorial Scholarship - Baseball

Robert E. Lee Endowed Scholarship

Bobby Felder Endowed Scholarship - Track and Field

Duke Robin Endowment - Football

FeLions Endowed Scholarship

Pete Valenti Memorial Scholarship

David Y. Brian Family Endowed Scholarship

Ralph and Margaret Daigle Endowment Joel Champagne Endowment Barton and Mary Leader Endowed Scholarship

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The Hardwood Club

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e a part of the success of Southeastern Louisiana University basketball by joining the Hardwood Club today! The Hardwood Club, the official fundraising arm of Southeastern Basketball, assists in helping build one of the top programs in the Southland Conference.  For as little as $50 a year, you can enjoy a “Chalk Talk” with Southeastern head coach Jim Yarbrough prior to each home game, a free subscription to “Inside the Lions’ Den” newsletter, plus the choice of a golf shirt, T- shirt or windbreaker jacket. Fans can also get a corresponding membership in the Lion Athletic Association beginning with a $100 contribution. For more information, call the Southeastern Louisiana Basketball Office at (985) 549-3744 or download an application on the official website for Southeastern athletics - www.LionSports.net Levels of Membership •  Lion ($50 - $99) •  Green ($100 - $299) •  Gold ($300 - $599) • Coaches Club ($600 and above) 2009-10 Members “Thanks for all you do!” Donald and Brenda Durr Daryl Smith Rick Durham James and Patricia Mitchell Dr. Jerry Holliman/Hammond Eye Clinic George Hess Johnny Milazzo Al Link Robbie Lee Lamar Marshall and Family Johnnie Alfonso Dick and Glory Sharp Charles and Patricia O’Drobinak American Factory Direct (Billie Comeaux) Judge Jimmy Kuhn Keith and Linda Wittie Buff Slayton Ed Burns and Family Drs. Randy and Barbara Moffett Dr. Marvin Yates Dr. Garrett Andre Coudrain Tom and Donna Gay Anderson The Southeastern Fe-Lions (Veda Abene) Terry King (AllState) Stephen and Denise Grigas Ted Cason Jim and Gina Yarbrough, Sr. Drs. Billy and Emily Bond Wallace and Cheryl Waddell Martin Balisteri (Aramark) Rickie and Dickie Brocato/Crescent Bar Lou and Cricket Ayala

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Media Information

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he Southeastern Louisiana University basketball team and the Southeastern Office of Media Relations wish to thank you for your interest and coverage of the 2009-10 Lions. This publication is designed to assist you in your coverage of Southeastern basketball. Please feel free to contact the Southeastern Office of Media Relations for any additional information.

UNIVERSITY CENTER

PRESS CREDENTIALS

MEDIA PARKING

Requests for single-game media credentials should be made through Matt Sullivan in the Southeastern Office of Media Relations no later than NOON the day prior to the game. All requests should be made on company letterhead and mailed to Matt Sullivan, Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations, Southeastern Louisiana University, SLU 10309, Hammond, LA 70402 or faxed to (985) 549-3495. All credentials which cannot be mailed are left at the willcall window at the University Center entrance (Gate 3).

PRESS SERVICES

One phone line is made available for official visitor’s radio stations. Additional requests should be made through the Office of Media Relations. Collect calls or a calling card number is required to make outgoing long-distance phone calls. A FAX machine is also available for use free of charge. Please see a sports information representative for FAX usage. Soft drinks are also made available during the game as a courtesy to working media. For broadcasts, remote statistical monitors are provided for both the home and visitor radio stations. At each game, a halftime summary will be provided and at the conclusion of the game, an official NCAA box score along with a complete play-by-play account will be available. Scores from around the conference and nation will also be provided.

INTERVIEWS

Post-game interviews with Southeastern Louisiana head coach Jim Yarbrough and selected players will be conducted courtside by a member of the Southeastern Sports Information Staff. The Southeastern locker room is off limits to all media following games and requested players and coaches will be available for post-game comment following a 10-minute cooling off period. Interviews during the week with coach Yarbrough or any Southeastern players must be arranged through the Southeastern Sports Information department. Due to the busy schedules of both our coaching staff and studentathletes, please allow at least one day advance notice to schedule interviews.

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The University Center is the home for Southeastern men's and women's basketball and volleyball teams. The multi-purpose facility is located at the intersection of University Blvd. and North General Pershing Dr. Follow the directions to the campus below and the facility will be on your left. The University Center which is located at the northwest corner of the Southeastern campus.

LIONS ON THE WEB

Southeastern basketball information is available around the world, 24 hours a day on Southeastern’s athletics website - www. LionSports.net. Updated statistics, news releases, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, access to Southeastern Athletics Sports Radio Network broadcasts, Live Game Statistics and more is available through our home page.

Parking for the media is available on the northeast side of the University Center. The only reserved parking lot, for members of the Top Cat Club, is at Gate 3. Ample free parking is available in the remaining lots haround the arena.

DIRECTIONS

Directions to Southeastern’s campus University Center are as follows:

Matt Sullivan

Assistant AD for Media Relations

and

Office Phone:

• FROM EASTBOUND I-10, I-12 (Slidell/Biloxi)

Take I-10, I-12 to Hammond to Interstate 55 North. Go North on Interstate 55 to the Wardline Rd./University Avenue exit (exit No. 32). Turn right unto University Ave. and go approximately two miles before turning left at the second red light.

• FROM WESTBOUND I-10, I-12 (Baton Rouge)

Take I-10, I-12 to Hammond to Interstate 55 North. Go North on Interstate 55 to the Wardline Rd./University Avenue exit (exit No. 32). Turn right unto University Ave. and go approximately two miles before turning left at the second red light.

985-549-2142

Mobile Phone: Football Basketball (M) Golf Hall of Fame Administrative

Associate Director

Office Phone:

985-549-3221

Go North on Interstate 55 to the Wardline Rd./ University Avenue exit (exit No. 32). Turn right unto University Ave. and go approximately two miles before turning left at the second red light.

Go South on I-55 on Interstate 55 to the Wardline Rd./University Avenue exit (exit No. 32). Turn left unto University Ave. and go approximately two miles before turning left at the second red light.

E-Mail:

rsullivan@selu.edu

Kemmler Chapple

• FROM NORTHBOUND I-55 (New Orleans)

• FROM SOUTHBOUND I-55 (Jackson, Miss.)

985-981-0009

Mobile Phone: 985-974-5466

Basketball (W) Soccer Softball Tennis

E-Mail:

kchapple@selu.edu

LIONS ON THE RADIO

Entering its 19th season, the Lion Sports Radio Network will broadcast its games on KSLUFM (90.9) in Hammond and on the internet at www.LionSports.net. Damon Sunde begins his fifth season as "The Voice of the Lions" for all home games with Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations Matt Sullivan handling the road duties. All broadcasts will begin 15 minutes prior to the scheduled tip-off and the “Southeastern Postgame Show” will be aired at the conclusion of the game.

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Media Outlets

PRINT Outlet Hammond Daily Star New Orleans Times Picayune Baton Rouge Advocate St. Tammany News Banner Ponchatoula Times (Weekly) Amite-Tangi Digest (Weekly) Lions Roar (On campus)

Address P.O. Box 1149, Hammond, LA 70404 3800 Howard Ave., New Orleans, LA 70140 P.O. Box 588, Baton Rouge, LA 70821 P.O. Box 90, Covington, LA 70434 P.O. Box 743, Ponchatoula, LA 70454 120 NE Central Ave., Amite, LA 70422 SLU 877, Hammond, LA 70402-0877

Phone / Fax (985) 254-7821 / (985) 543-0006 (504) 826-3405 / (504) 826-3401 (225) 383-1111 / (225) 388-0318 (985) 892-7980 / (985) 893-1527 (985) 386-2877 / (985) 386-0458 (985) 748-7156 / (985) 748-7104 (985) 549-3731 / (985) 549-3842

Contact (E-Mail)  John Lenz (sports@hammondstar.com) Tammy Nunez (sports@timespicayune.com) Gary Laney (glaney@theadvocate.com) Mike Pervel (mike.pervel@wickcommunications.com) ptimes@ponchatoula.com Joseph Ardillo (atdnews@bellsouth.net) Don Aime (donald.aime@selu.edu)

WIRE SERVICE Associated Press

1001 Howard Ave., New Orleans, LA 70140

(800) 662-7717 / (504) 586-0531

Brett Martel (nrle@ap.org)

TELEVISION Station Address Phone / Fax WAFB-TV (CBS - Ch. 9) 844 Government St., Baton Rouge, LA 70802 (225) 215-4826, 379-7876 / (225) 379-7880 Sports Director: Steve Schneider Reporters: Jacques Doucet, Erin Cofiel WBRZ-TV (ABC - Ch. 2) 1650 Highland Rd., Baton Rouge, LA 70802 (225) 336-2361 / (225) 336-2246 Sports Director: Michael Cauble Reporters: Chris Sabadie, Kristen Eargle WVLA-TV (NBC - Ch. 33) 10000 Perkins Rd., Baton Rouge, LA 70810 (225) 768-9195 / (225) 768-9293 SOUTHEASTERN WWL-TV (CBS - Ch. 4) 1024 N. Rampart, New Orleans, LA 70016 (504) 529-6291 / (504) 529-6472 Sports Director: Jim Henderson Reporters: Juan Kincaid, Scott Cody MEDIA RELATIONS WDSU-TV (NBC - Ch. 6) 846 Howard Ave., New Orleans, LA 70113 (504) 679-0657 / (504) 679-0733 QUICK REFERENCE Sports Director: Fletcher Mackel Weekend Anchor: Keli Fulton WGNO-TV (ABC - Ch. 26) 365 Canal St., New Orleans, LA 70130 (504) 619-6331 / (504) 619-6332 Sports Director: Ed Daniels Weekend Anchor: Adam Norris Assistant AD/Media Relations. . Matt Sullivan WVUE-TV (FOX - Ch. 8) P.O. Box 13847, New Orleans, LA 70185 (504) 483-1527 / (504) 483-1543 Associate Director. . . . . . Kemmler Chapple Sports Director: John Henry Smith Weekend Anchor: Rob Ennis Hammond The Southeastern Channel SLU 12872, Hammond, LA 70402 General Manager: Rick Settoon RADIO WFPR-AM 1400/WHMD-FM 107.1/WYLK-FM 94.7 WTGG-FM 96.5/WJSH-FM 104.7 200 E. Thomas St., Hammond, LA 70401 Sports Director: Richie Clark KSLU-FM 90.9 SLU 783, Hammond, LA 70402-0783 Director: Todd Delaney Sports: Jacob Rester WJBO-AM 1150/WSKR-AM 1210 5555 Hilton Ave., Baton Rouge, LA 70809 Director: Matt Kennedy WWL-AM 870 1450 Poydras St., New Orleans, LA 70112 Sports: Mark Chifici, Deke Bellevia, Bobby Hebert Louisiana Network 10500 Coursey Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA 70816 Sports: Jeff Palermo OTHER The Southland Conference The Sports Network College Sporting News

2600 Network Blvd., Frisco, TX 75034 2200 Byberry Rd., Hatboro, PA 19040 P.O. Box 5101, Skokie, IL 60076

Mailing Address. . . . . . . . . . . . . SLU 10309, (985) 549-2418 / (985) 549-2365

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hammond, LA 70402 Overnight Address . . . . . . 800 Galloway Dr. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hammond, LA 70402

(985) 419-0965 / (985) 542-9377 (985) 549-2330 / (985) 549-3960 (225) 231-1860 / (225) 499-9696

E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . rsullivan@selu.edu, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .kchapple@selu.edu Office Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . (985) 549-2142 Sullivan Mobile. . . . . . . . . . (985) 981-0009 Fax. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (985) 549-3773

(504) 593-6376 / (504) 593-1850

Athletic Website: . . . . . www.LionSports.net

(225) 291-2727 / (225) 291-7539

University Website: . . . . . . . www.selu.edu

(972) 422-9500 / (972) 422-9225 Todd Lamb (tlamb@southland.org) (215) 441-8444 / (215) 441-5767 David Coulson (dcoulson@sportsnetwork.com (847) 675-5180 / (847) 675-5180 Ralph Wallace (Ralph.Wallace@collegesportingnews.com)

For the most up-to-date information on Lions’ basketball, visit the official website for Southeastern Athletics - www.LionSports.net

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