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Billiken Basketball CONTENTS Schedule........................................................1 Chaifetz Arena........................................... 2-6 Chaifetz Arena Records........................... 6-7 2010-11 Season Outlook........................... 8-9 Coaching/Support Staff....................... 16-19 2010-11 Roster.............................................20 Player Profiles....................................... 21-37 2009-10 Statistics........................................38 2009-10 Results............................................39 2009-10 Superlatives..................................40 2009-10 A-10 Stats................................ 41-43 A-10 All-Conference Teams......................43 2009-10 Box Scores.............................. 44-52 2009-10 Year in Review...............................53 2010-11 Opponents............................... 54-63 Records vs. 2010-11 Opponents......... 64-65 All-Time Series Records...................... 66-82 NCAA Booster Guidelines.........................83 Alumni................................................... 84-103 Billikens in the Pros..................................104 Ed Macauley/Retired Jerseys................105 Team Awards..................................... 106-107 Honor Roll........................................... 108-109 Single-Game Records...................... 110-111 Single-Season Records................... 112-113 Career Records................................. 114-115 Senior Class Records...............................116 Junior Class Records...............................117 Sophomore Class Records......................118 Freshman Class Records.........................119 Annual Scoring Leaders.................. 120-121 Billiken Head Coaches.............................122 Tournament Appearances.......................123 NCAA Tournament Records....................124 1,000 Point Club.........................................125 Saint Louis University....................... 126-127 University Administration........................128 Athletics Administration..........................129 SLU Sports Medicine...............................130 Strength and Conditioning.......................131 Academic Services..................................132 Academic Excellence...................... 133-135 Athletics Directory/Head Coaches........136 Athletics Support Staff.............................137 Atlantic 10 Conference............................138 A-10 Composite Schedule............... 139-141 Billikens on the Road........................ 142-143 Billikens in the Community......................144 What’s a Billiken?......................................145 Attendance Records................................146 Annual Home Records.............................147 Media Coverage........................................148 Local Media Outlets.................................149 Media Policies................................... 150-151 Quick Facts/Credits..................................152

2010-11 Saint Louis University Men’s Basketball Schedule DATE Tue., Nov. 2 Sat., Nov. 6 Fri., Nov. 12 Mon., Nov. 15 Sat., Nov. 20 Tue., Nov. 23 Sat., Nov. 27 Tue., Nov. 30

OPPONENT CARDINAL STRITCH (Exh.) NOVA SOUTHEASTERN (Exh.) AUSTIN PEAY ROCKHURST GEORGIA TENNESSEE STATE IUPUI at Portland

LOCATION CHAIFETZ ARENA CHAIFETZ ARENA CHAIFETZ ARENA CHAIFETZ ARENA CHAIFETZ ARENA CHAIFETZ ARENA CHAIFETZ ARENA Portland, Ore.

TIME 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 9 p.m.

Sat., Dec. 11 Wed., Dec. 15 Sat., Dec. 18

at Duke (CBS) JACKSONVILLE at Missouri State

Durham, N.C. CHAIFETZ ARENA Springfield, Mo.

11 a.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

Wed., Dec. 22 Thu., Dec. 23 Fri., Dec. 24

Cancun Governor’s Cup vs. Northeastern vs. ETSU/Southern Miss vs. TBA

Cancun, Mexico Cancun, Mexico Cancun, Mexico

11 a.m. TBA TBA

Sat., Jan. 1 Wed., Jan. 5 Sun., Jan. 9 Wed., Jan. 12 Sat., Jan. 15 Wed., Jan. 19 Wed., Jan. 26 Sat., Jan. 29

BOWLING GREEN CHAIFETZ ARENA DAYTON* (CBS College Sports) CHAIFETZ ARENA at Temple* Philadelphia, Pa. at Duquesne* Pittsburgh, Pa. SAINT JOSEPH’S* CHAIFETZ ARENA at Fordham* (at IZOD Center) East Rutherford, N.J. RHODE ISLAND* CHAIFETZ ARENA at George Washington* (CBSC-R) Washington, D.C.

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

Wed., Feb. 2 Sat., Feb. 5 Wed., Feb. 9 Sat., Feb. 12 Wed., Feb. 16 Sat., Feb. 19 Tue., Feb. 22 Sat., Feb. 26

MASSACHUSETTS* (CBSC-R) at Xavier* (ESPNU) LA SALLE* (CBS College Sports) at Richmond* (ESPN/ESPN2) at St. Bonaventure* CHARLOTTE* CHICAGO STATE DUQUESNE*

CHAIFETZ ARENA Cincinnati, Ohio CHAIFETZ ARENA Richmond, Va. Olean, N.Y. CHAIFETZ ARENA CHAIFETZ ARENA CHAIFETZ ARENA

7 p.m. 10 a.m. 8 p.m. 11 a.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

Wed., March 2 Sat., March 5

at Dayton* XAVIER* (CBS College Sports)

Dayton, Ohio CHAIFETZ ARENA

6 p.m. 1 p.m.

Atlantic 10 Championship Tue., March 8 A-10 Tournament first round Campus Sites March 11-13 A-10 Tournament Atlantic City, N.J. (Boardwalk Hall) All home games BOLD played at Chaifetz Arena *Atlantic 10 Conference game Dates and times subject to change All times Central

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Chaifetz Arena

Chaifetz Arena, as seen from the Olive/Compton Parking Garage

A new era in Saint Louis University athletics began April 10, 2008, with the dedication of Chaifetz Arena (pronounced SHAY-fetz), the University’s $81 million, on-campus multipurpose facility located at the intersection of Compton Avenue and Market Street.

banners highlighting numerous milestones throughout the almost 200-year history of Saint Louis University. Six concession stands, 12 public restrooms and one family restroom also are located throughout the concourse.

Chaifetz Arena is named in honor of SLU alumnus Dr. Richard A. Chaifetz, who donated a $12 million naming gift to the Arena project. A 1975 SLU graduate and licensed neuropsychologist, Dr. Chaifetz is the founder, chairman and CEO of Chicago-based ComPsych Corporation, the world’s largest provider of employee-assistance programs.

The Arena bowl affords a clear sightline to the playing floor from every seat. Four 14x45-foot corner scoreboards, a 959-foot LED ribbon board and 140 feet of 10 mm LED floor tables provide information and graphics that greatly enhance the fan experience.

Chaifetz Arena is the home competition site of Billiken men’s basketball, women’s basketball and volleyball. In addition to the Arena bowl that seats 10,600 for basketball, the complex features Chaifetz Pavilion, a two-court basketball and volleyball practice facility that also serves as an 800-seat venue for home volleyball matches; locker rooms for all SLU intercollegiate athletics teams; state-of-the-art strength and conditioning and sports medicine facilities; an academic center for Billiken student-athletes; and a three-story structure that houses the administrative offices of the department of athletics. Billiken fans visiting Chaifetz Arena enjoy a number of amenities. The SLU Shop offers a wide variety of officially licensed Saint Louis athletics clothing, while the U.S. Bank Billiken Hall of Fame Walkway provides a glimpse into the rich history of Billiken athletics. The spacious concourse surrounding the Arena bowl features photo collages that focus attention on four University themes – athletics, academics, campus life, and service and mission – as well as

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In addition to the locker rooms, the strength and conditioning facility and the sports medicine area, the event level features Lorenzini’s, a 4,700-square foot club used for dinners, parties and other functions; a concession stand for fans who occupy the Arena’s club seats; and a media work room and interview room. Chaifetz Arena’s suite level contains 14 private suites and two party rooms on the north and south ends of the facility. Each suite has seating for 20 people and is equipped with a refrigerator, ice maker and television. Patrons have access to a full menu of food and beverage selections. Groundbreaking for Chaifetz Arena was conducted Aug. 28, 2006, and dedication ceremonies were held April 10, 2008. The total size of the structure is 269,300 square feet. Managed by Global Spectrum, the Arena hosts numerous events in addition to Billiken basketball and volleyball, including SLU’s commencement and convocation ceremonies, concerts and other performing arts events and trade shows.

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Chaifetz Arena holds 10,600 fans for basketball.

CHAIFETZ ARENA TESTIMONIALS “The size of the arena is perfect. It’s a great venue, and they have already turned it into a great homecourt advantage. The arena was an example of how important they (SLU) think basketball is. The arena was built to try and help build a very good basketball team. The venue certainly does help you recruit – no question about it.” Craig Esherick, college basketball TV analyst and former Georgetown head coach “What an unbelievable building and environment. They have a great type of crowd and an excellent team, especially at home.” Derek Kellogg, Massachusetts head coach “It is a big-time arena. With coach Rick Majerus and this arena, there is no reason why a lot of good things can’t happen at Saint Louis University.” Steve Lappas, TV analyst and former Villanova and Massachusetts head coach “Chaifetz Arena is a beautiful facility that you can say is one of the premier buildings in the Atlantic 10 Conference.” Tom McCarthy, CBS College Sports TV broadcaster “The place is so nice I’d hold my daughter’s wedding reception there! It’s just the right size, with just the right kind of basketball atmosphere. Fill it to the rafters and you’ve got one very nice homecourt advantage.” Gene Wojciechowski, writer for ESPN.com

Dr. Richard A. Chaifetz at a Billiken game in 2010.

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The rowdy student section, known as the SLUnatics, is a force to be reckoned with when opposing team’s shoot free throws at their end in the second half.

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Among the many events held each year inside Chaifetz Arena is the University’s commencement ceremony.

Tip-off from the first game at Chaifetz Arena – Nov. 14, 2008. The Billikens topped Missouri-St. Louis 48-33

A NIGHT OF FIRSTS FROM THE INAUGURAL GAME AT CHAIFETZ ARENA November 14, 2008 Saint Louis 48, Missouri-St. Louis 33 First SLU Point – Kwamain Mitchell (19:04) First SLU Rebound – Brian Conklin (17:16) First SLU Field Goal – Tommie Liddell III (17:03) First SLU Assist – Kwamain Mitchell (17:03) First SLU 3-pointer – Tommie Liddell III (11:32) First SLU Steal – Willie Reed (9:15) First SLU Block – Willie Reed (00:13)

Coach Rick Majerus, Dr. Richard Chaifetz and Father Lawrence Biondi

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Chaifetz Arena Team Records SLU RECORDS Most Points 81, vs. UMBC (12/30/08) Most Points in First Half 42, Fordham (1/20/10) Most Points in Second Half 45, Kennesaw State (11/22/09) Largest Halftime Lead 18, Fordham (1/20/09) Largest Halftime Deficit 14, vs. North Carolina A&T (1/2/09) Fewest Points 48, vs. Missouri-St. Louis (11/14/08) Fewest Points Allowed in a Half 13, by Savannah State (first half, 12/6/08) Fewest Points Scored in a Half 20, vs. Kent State (first half, 11/19/08) Field Goals Made 32, Fordham (1/20/09) Field Goals Attempted 66, Fordham (1/20/09) Best Field Goal Percentage .580 (29-50), vs. Fordham (1/20/09)

Rebounds 48, vs. Rockhurst (12/12/09)

Opponent Offensive Rebounds 22, by Dayton (2/21/09)

Offensive Rebounds 16, vs. Boston College (11/22/08)

Opponent Assists 14, by St. Bonaventure (2/3/10)

Assists 20, Kennesaw State (11/22/09)

Opponent Steals 11, three times (last, Duquesne, 2/27/10)

Steals 12, vs. Savannah State (12/6/08) and Fordham (1/20/10)

Opponent Blocked Shots 7, by Duquesne (2/4/09)

Blocked Shots 10, vs. Belmont (12/16/09) and Eastern Illinois (12/29/09)

OPPONENT RECORDS

Overall Record: 32-7 Record Versus Non-Conference opponents: 20-3

Most Points 76, Kent State (ot) (11/19/08)

Record Versus Conference opponents: 12-4

Opponent Field Goals Made 31, by Kent State (ot) (11/19/08)

Record Versus Ranked Teams: 1-0

Opponent Field Goals Attempted 67, by Kent State (ot) (11/19/08) Best Opponent FG Percentage .571 (28-49), by Saint Joseph’s (2/18/09) Lowest Opponent FG Percentage .309 (17-55), by Dayton (2/21/09)

Lowest Field Goal Percentage .309 (17-55), vs. N. Carolina A&T (1/2/09)

Opponent 3-Point FG Made 8, by Richmond (1/25/09) and Rhode Island (2/17/10)

3-Point Field Goals Made 12, Mississippi Valley State (11/24/09)

Opponent 3-Point FG Attempted 24, Rhode Island (2/17/10)

3-Point Field Goals Attempted 28, Eastern Illinois (12/29/09)

Opponent 3-Point FG Percentage .500 (5-10), by La Salle (3/7/09)

3-Point Field Goal Percentage .636 (7-11), vs. Charlotte (2/11/09)

Opponent Free Throws Made 26, by Missouri State (12/19/09)

Free Throws Made 27, vs. UMBC (12/30/08)

Opponent Free Throws Attempted 30, by Missouri State (12/19/09)

Free Throws Attempted 40, vs. UMBC (12/30/08)

Opponent FT Percentage .889 (8-9), by No. Carolina A&T (1/2/09)

Free Throw Percentage .850 (17-20), vs. Saint Joseph’s (2/18/09)

Opponent Rebounds 45, by Dayton (2/13/10)

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MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS

Longest Winning Streak: 9 (11/22/08 through 1/17/09) Longest Losing Streak: 1 Largest Deficit Overcome in Win: 18, vs. North Carolina A&T (1/2/09) Largest Lead Surrendered in a Loss: 9, vs. VCU (3/31/10) Largest Margin of Victory: 36, (75-39), Mississippi Valley State (11/24/09) Largest Margin of Defeat: 8 (62-70), vs. Richmond (1/25/09) Most Points, Both Teams: 152 (SLU 78, Duquesne 74), 2/4/09) Fewest Points, Both Teams: 81 (SLU 48, UMSL 33), 11/14/08 Points Scored–Allowed: 2,568-2,260 All-Time Attendance: 286,935

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Chaifetz Arena Individual Records SLU RECORDS Most Points 33, Kwamain Mitchell, vs. UMKC (12/22/09)

Free Throws Made 10, Kevin Lisch, vs. Saint Joseph’s (2/18/09) Free Throws Attempted 15, Kwamain Mitchell, vs. UMKC (12/22/09)

Most Points in First Half 14, Kwamain Mitchell, vs. La Salle (3/7/09) 14, Tommie Liddell III, vs. Samford (12/13/08)

Free Throw % (best perfect game) 1.00 (7-7), Cody Ellis, vs. Xavier (2/24/10)

Most Points in Second Half 20, Kwamain Mitchell, vs. UMKC (12/22/09)

Rebounds 13, three times (last, Willie Reed, vs. Xavier, 2/24/10)

Field Goals Made 11, Kwamain Mitchell, vs. UMKC (12/22/09) Field Goals Attempted 18, Kwamain Mitchell vs. UMKC (12/22/09) Best Field Goal % (min. 5 made) 1.00 (7-7), Willie Reed, vs. UMBC (12/30/08) 3-Point Field Goals Made 5, three times (last, Kwamain Mitchell, vs. Xavier, 2/24/10) 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 12, Kwamain Mitchell, vs. Eastern Illinois (12/29/09) 3-Point FG Percentage (min. 4 made) 1.00 (4-4), Paul Eckerle, vs. Massachusetts (1/14/09)

Offensive Rebounds 8, Willie Reed, vs. Boston College (11/22/08) Assists 7, Kwamain Mitchell, vs. Eastern Illinois (12/29/09) Steals 5, Kevin Lisch, vs. Savannah State (12/6/08) and Kwamain Mitchell vs Mississippi Valley State (11/24/09) Blocked Shots 7, Willie Reed, vs. Dayton (2/21/09) Most Season Points 241, Kevin Lisch, 2008-09

Kevin Lisch

Highest Season Scoring Average 15.1 (241 points in 16 games), Kevin Lisch, 2008-09 Highest Field Goal Percentage .607 (51-84), Barry Eberhardt, 2008-09 Highest 3-Point FG Percentage .392 (38-97), Kevin Lisch, 2008-09 Highest Free Throw Percentage .802 (65-81), Kevin Lisch, 2008-09

OPPONENT RECORDS Most Points by Visitor 35, Al Fisher (ot), Kent State (11/19/08) Field Goals Made by Visitor 15, Al Fisher (ot), Kent State (11/19/08) FG Attempted by Visitor 28, Al Fisher (ot), Kent State (11/19/08) Best FG% by Visitor (min. 5 made) 1.00 (6-6), Devin Searcy, Dayton (2/13/10) 3-Point Field Goals Made by Visitor 6, Akeem Richmond, Rhode Island (2/13/10) 3-Point FG Attempted by Visitor 13, Troy Cotton, UWGB (3/22/10) 3-Point FG% by Visitor (min. 3 made) .750 (3-4), three times Free Throws Made by Visitor 10, Rodney Green, La Salle (3/7/09) Free Throws Attempted by Visitor 11, twice FT% by Visitor (best perfect game) 1.00 (7-7), Darryl Proctor, UMBC (12/30/08) Rebounds by Visitor 14, Lavoy Allen, Temple (3/3/10) Assists by Visitor 9, DiJuan Harris, Charlotte (2/11/09) Steals by Visitor 5, Al Fisher, Kent State (11/19/08) Blocked Shots by Visitor 6, Damian Saunders, Duquesne (2/4/09)

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2010-11 Season Outlook For the second time in as many years, Saint Louis University has no seniors on its men’s basketball roster. However, if last season was any indication, fourth-year head coach Rick Majerus and his staff will have no problem having the Billikens ready to compete in the upper echelon of the competitive Atlantic 10 Conference.

and was second on the Billikens on the offensive glass with 56 caroms. A member of the A-10’s All-Academic team, Conklin will be looked upon as a leader on and off the court in 2010-11. One of the players helped by Conklin on the court is Ellis. Last season, Ellis was not cleared by the NCAA until January. Despite missing the first half of the season, he earned A-10 All-Rookie team plaudits after averaging 10.5 ppg and bringing down 4.9 rpg.

Last season, the Billiken were the youngest team in the country. Still, Majerus guided the Billikens to a 23-13 record, including an 11-5 mark in Atlantic 10 Conference play. The Billikens accepted a bid into the College Basketball Invitational and advanced to the finals of the tournament. Three starters and three additional letterwinners return from last year’s club. While a solid nucleus returns, the Billikens must still find a way to replace the team’s leading scorer and rebounder. Helping to fill that void will be a roster comprised of three juniors, three sophomores and four freshman. BACKCOURT The Billikens have three guards returning – junior Kyle Cassity, junior Paul Eckerle and sophomore Christian Salecich. That trio will help nurture a pair of talented freshmen guards in Jordair Jett and Mike McCall. Cassity scored 6.0 ppg last year and has appeared in 66 games (33 starts) in his two-year career. In 2009-10, he played a team-high 1,166 minutes and led the team with 117 assists. Cassity was second on the Billikens with 41 3-pointers and 31 steals. His 3-point shooting increased dramatically from his freshman to sophomore seasons, and the Billikens will be looking to Cassity to provide even additional scoring in 201011. Eckerle missed all of 2009-10 with a knee injury. As a redshirt junior, he is the elder of the group having began his eligibility in 2007. Eckerle has played in 61 games during his career, with his best performance coming against Massachusetts after pouring in a career-best 13 points. In addition to his onthe-court contributions, Eckerle is also a leader off the court.

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Remekun played in all 36 games last year and tied for second on the team with 32 blocks. He had his best game of the season in the finale against VCU, when he scored 13 points on six-of-nine shooting and also hauled in seven rebounds. Junior guard Kyle Cassity

Salecich is one of three foreign imports on the Billikens’ roster. Last season, the Aussie averaged 6.4 ppg and played in all 36 games (31 starts). Salecich is expected to build on his shooting numbers as he continues to get acclimated to the college game. Jett and McCall could each see significant minutes at the point. Jett, from St. Paul, Minnesota, scored more than 1,000 points during his high school career at St. Bernard’s High School. Likewise, McCall was a talented prep star at Foreman High School in Chicago, averaging more than 18 ppg in helping his squad to a sectional championship.

Evans comes to Saint Louis from Neuqua Valley, where he was an All-State selection his senior season. He led his team to three conference titles and a pair of sectional crowns. Evans ended his prep career as the school’s all-time leading rebounder and is second all-time with 1,122 points. Loe was one of the most sought after recruits in New Zealand. He starred for his home country in the 2009 FIBA U-19 World Championships, where he led his team

FRONTCOURT Junior Brian Conklin, sophomore Cody Ellis and sophomore Cory Remekun all return to the frontcourt. However, like at the guard position, freshman will be relied upon for quality minutes either in a starting role or off the bench. Those players include 6-foot-5 Dwayne Evans and 6-foot-11 Rob Loe. Conklin has played in 68 games during his Billiken career, including 45 starts. He averages 6.1 ppg and has pulled down 3.7 rpg. Last season, he averaged 6.2 ppg

Sophomore guard Christian Salecich

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2010-11 Season Outlook

Sophomore forward Cory Remekun

with 18.8 ppg, which was fifth overall in the tournament. Loe also collected 7.0 rpg and averaged 3.0 steals and 2.5 assists per game. Having to sit out this season is sophomore Jake Barnett, who transferred this summer from Toledo. With the Rockets, he averaged a team-high 12.9 ppg and sank 71 3-pointers en route to Mid-American Conference All-Freshman team honors. He will benefit from one year of practice time under his belt before his three years of eligibility begin next season.

The Billikens begin their third season in Chaifetz Arena Friday, Nov. 12, when St. Louis native Dave Loos brings his Austin Peay team to town. After Rockhurst on Monday, Nov. 15, Georgia, considered a contender for the SEC Eastern Division title, arrives Saturday, Nov. 20. Tennessee State makes a visit Tuesday, Nov. 23, and IUPUI, which earned a spot in the College Basketball Invitational, comes to St. Louis Saturday, Nov. 27. The Billikens visit Portland Tuesday, Nov. 30, in a homecoming for Conklin, who hails from Eugene, Ore. In a nationally televised game on CBS, defending national champion Duke looms Saturday, Dec. 11, as the Billikens play in Cameron Indoor Stadium for the first time since Jan. 14, 1988. After a Dec. 15 home contest versus Jacksonville, which went 20-13 last season, the Billikens make their first visit to JQH Arena to take on Missouri State Saturday, Dec. 18. SLU heads to Cancun, Mexico, to play in the Cancun Governor’s Cup, where seven of the eight teams in the field reached the postseason in 2009-10. Saint Louis plays in the opening contest of the event Wednesday, Dec. 22, when it takes on NIT squad Northeastern. After the opener, the Billikens will face either Conference USA contender and CIT team Southern Mississippi or NCAA qualifier East Tennessee State Thursday, Dec. 23.

SCHEDULE The Billikens’ 30-game slate is highlighted by non-conference contests against defending national champion Duke and Southeastern Conference contender Georgia, as well as an appearance in the Cancun Governor’s Cup. The Billikens potentially could play 16 games against foes that earned a postseason tournament bid in 2010. SLU will face three postseason tournament champions – NCAA champion Duke, NIT winner Dayton and CollegeInsider.com champ Missouri State. The Billikens could play 14 games against teams that finished in the RPI top 100 last season.

Sophomore forward Cody Ellis

Appalachian State (CIT), Colorado State (CBI), Mississippi (NIT) and Texas State comprise the other side of the bracket. The Billikens begin 2011 with a New Year’s Day game (Saturday) against Bowling Green, and they close non-conference play against Chicago State. In A-10 play, the Billikens will play home and home series with Dayton, Duquesne and Xavier. At Chaifetz Arena, the Billikens will also host Charlotte, La Salle, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Saint Joseph’s. Four of the eight A-10 home games will be on a Saturday. SLU will travel to take on Fordham, George Washington, Richmond, St. Bonaventure and Temple. The Billikens begin the A-10 slate Thursday, Jan. 6, with a home game against Dayton, and SLU closes league play Saturday, March 5, when Xavier visits. The A-10 Tournament begins with first-round games at campus sites Tuesday, March 8, and continues at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, N.J., March 11-13.

Junior forward Brian Conklin

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Head Coach Rick Majerus ACCOMPLISHMENTS

NCAA TOURNAMENT STATS

Winning Percentage: .717

First-Round Games: 10-1

1994 Olympic Gold Medal Assistant Coach Dream Team II

Years in Tournament: 11

Overall Record: 479-189

5-time National Coach of the Year 5-time District Coach of the Year 7-time Conference Coach of the Year 10

Overall Record: 18-11

National Runner-up: 1 Elite Eight: 2 Sweet Sixteen: 4 Second Round: 10

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Rick Majerus “Today a new chapter in Billiken basketball begins with the hiring of one of the most successful coaches of all time.” – Rev. Lawrence J. Biondi S.J.

Rick Majerus Born February 17, 1948 Hometown Sheboygan, Wis. High School Marquette University High Milwaukee, Wis. College Marquette, 1970

With those words, the Rick Majerus era began at Saint Louis University on April 30, 2007. Without question, Rick Majerus is the most accomplished head coach in the history of the Saint Louis University basketball program. When he was announced to a cheering throng at an introductory news conference, the University made a loud-and-clear statement about its commitment to Billiken basketball. Majerus’ reputation as one of the game’s keenest minds is supported by a litany of career accomplishments. In 23 years of coaching at the collegiate level, Majerus has amassed a 479-189 career record and has never had a losing season. Majerus’ record stands among the elite in college basketball, as his .717 winning percentage is 14th among active coaches. He has taken 11 teams to the NCAA Tournament and four to the NIT. He has reached the 20-win plateau 14 times, including two seasons with 30 wins.

AT SAINT LOUIS Despite his late hiring, Majerus took over an undersized Billiken squad and guided it to a 16-15 record in 2007-08. The Billikens won games with a smothering defense and gave up the fewest points in the Atlantic 10 Conference. Majerus guided the Billikens past nationally ranked Rhode Island as well as NCAA Tournament squad Saint Joseph’s. Majerus helped Kevin Lisch earn third-team All-Conference honors, and Lisch and Luke Meyer were the only teammates named to the Academic AllConference team. In addition, Meyer was one of 10 student-athletes named to the NACDA I-AAA Scholar-Athlete team. In 2008-09, Majerus led the Billikens as they began a new chapter in SLU basketball with the opening of Chaifetz Arena. His second campaign saw the Billikens improve to 18-14 and helped Chaifetz Arena quickly earn a reputation as one of the finest on-campus basketball facilities in the country. The Billikens picked up a victory in the first round of the 2009 A-10 Championship before falling to top-seed Xavier. For the second straight season, Majerus guided the Billikens past a nationally ranked opponent as SLU toppled No. 25 Dayton.

Coaching Experience Marquette H.S., 1969-71 (freshman coach) Marquette, 1971-83 (assistant coach) Marquette, 1983-86 (head coach) Milwaukee Bucks, 1986-87 (assistant coach) Ball State, 1987-89 (head coach) Utah, 1989-2004 (head coach) Team USA Dream Team II, 1993-94 (assistant coach)

Saint Louis head coach Rick Majerus

Saint Louis, 2007-present (head coach)

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Rick Majerus In addition, Majerus coached the fifth Academic All-American of his career as Kevin Lisch earned third-team honors. Lisch was an honorable mention AllConference selection, while Kwamain Mitchell was tabbed for the All-Rookie team. The improvement continued into the 2009-10, when Majerus guided the youngest team in the nation to a 23-13 record. The Billikens exceeded expectations by finishing fourth in the A-10 regular season. SLU accepted a bid to the College Basketball Invitational and reeled off three straight wins to advance to the final before falling to VCU. Mitchell was named second-team All-Conference, while Willie Reed picked up an A-10 honorable mention. Cody Ellis was named to the All-Rookie squad, while Brian Conklin earned a spot on the AllRookie team. AT UTAH During his time at the University of Utah, Majerus led the Utes to 10 NCAA Tournaments and 10 regular-season conference titles. He coached his teams to four Sweet 16 appearances, two Elite Eights and the 1998 national championship game. Utah finished four seasons ranked in the top 10 during his 15-year tenure, including a No. 2 ranking at the end of the 1997-98 season. Majerus led Utah to 10 regular-season conference championships in 13 years, the most of any NCAA Division I program in the nation from 1990-2003. In addition, the Utes were regularly ranked in the top 25. Utah was ranked in the final USA Today/ESPN poll five consecutive years from 1995-1999, including top-10 finishes in both the Associated Press and USA Today/ESPN polls from 1997-1999. Majerus’ coaching earned him repeated national recognition. He was selected conference Coach of the Year five times, and he was tabbed the Basketball Times and UPI Coach of the Year in 1991. Majerus was the 1992 and 1998 Playboy Coach of the Year and the John Wooden Coach of the Year in 1998. He was also a seven-time District Coach of the Year.

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AT BALL STATE Prior to taking the helm at Utah,

MAJERUS YEAR-BY-YEAR

Year School Overall Postseason 1983-84 Marquette 17-13 NIT Second Round 1984-85 Marquette 20-11 NIT Third Round 1985-86 Marquette 19-11 NIT Second Round 1987-88 Ball State 14-14 ----1988-89 Ball State 29-3 NCAA Second Round 1989-90 Utah 4-2* ----1990-91 Utah 30-4 NCAA Sweet 16 1991-92 Utah 24-11 NIT Semifinals 1992-93 Utah 24-7 NCAA Second Round 1993-94 Utah 14-14 ----1994-95 Utah 28-6 NCAA Second Round 1995-96 Utah 27-7 NCAA Sweet 16 1996-97 Utah 29-4 NCAA Elite Eight 1997-98 Utah 30-4 NCAA Runner-up 1998-99 Utah 28-5 NCAA Second Round 1999-2000 Utah 23-9 NCAA Second Round 2000-01 Utah 1-0** ----2001-02 Utah 21-9 NCAA First Round 2002-03 Utah 25-8 NCAA Second Round 2003-04 Utah 15-5*** ----2007-08 Saint Louis 16-15 ----2008-09 Saint Louis 18-14 ----2009-10 Saint Louis 23-13 CBI Runner-up Totals 23 years 479-189 (.717) 11 NCAA tourneys 4 NIT appearances, one CBI * Coached first six games before undergoing heart surgery ** Coached first game before taking a personal leave of absence *** Coached first 20 games before retiring due to health concerns Majerus spent two seasons at Ball State, leading the 1988-89 squad to a 29-3 overall record and a spot in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The Cardinals’ victory over Pittsburgh was the first NCAA Tournament win in school history. BREAK FOR THE NBA His two-year stint at Ball State was preceded by a one-year venture into professional basketball as an assistant coach for his home-state Milwaukee Bucks in 1986-87. Under head coach Don Nelson, Majerus helped the Bucks post a 50-32 record and qualify for the NBA playoffs. AT MARQUETTE Majerus accepted his first head coaching job at his alma mater, Marquette University, in 1983-84 after 12 years as an assistant there. In three years as the head coach, he led Marquette to a 56-35 record and three postseason appearances. His best squad at MU was the 198485 team that posted a 20-11 record and

reached the third round of the NIT. Prior to becoming the head coach at Marquette, Majerus served 12 years as an assistant under legendary coach Al McGuire. Majerus was part of 11 NCAA Tournament appearances highlighted by the NCAA championship run in 1977. Majerus’ coaching career humbly began when he was the head coach of the freshman team at Marquette University High School from 1969-1971. IN THE BEGINNING Majerus was born to Alyce and Raymond Majerus on Feb., 17, 1948, in Sheboygan, Wis. Seven years later, the family moved to Milwaukee. Majerus graduated from Marquette University High School in 1967. Majerus enrolled at his hometown college, Marquette, and earned a spot on the freshman team. He did not earn a position on head coach Al McGuire’s varsity squad, but that moment began Majerus’ coaching odyssey. While still a student at Marquette,

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Rick Majerus MAJERUS YEAR-BY-YEAR IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT 18 Wins, 11 Losses (.621) 1989 Ball State 68, Pittsburgh 64 Illinois 72, Ball State 60 1991 Utah 82, South Alabama 72 Utah 85, Arizona 84 (2ot) UNLV 83, Utah 66 1993 Utah 86, Pittsburgh 65 Kentucky 83, Utah 62 1995 Utah 76, Long Beach State 64 Mississippi State 78, Utah 64 1996 Utah 73, Canisius 43 Utah 73, Iowa State 67 Kentucky 101, Utah 70 1997 Utah 75, Navy 61 Utah 77, Charlotte 58 Utah 82, Stanford 77 Kentucky 72, Utah 59 1998 Utah 85, San Francisco 68 Utah 75, Arkansas 69 Utah 65, West Virginia 62 Utah 76, Arizona 51 Utah 65, North Carolina 59 Kentucky 78, Utah 69

WINNINGEST ACTIVE DIVISION I COACHES BY WIN PERCENTAGE (Min. 5 years in Division I) No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Coach Mark Few Roy Williams Jamie Dixon Bruce Pearl Bo Ryan Dave Rose Mike Krzyzewski John Calipari Thad Matta Jim Boeheim Bob Huggins Bill Self Rick Pitino Rick Majerus Tom Izzo

School Gonzaga North Carolina Pittsburgh Tennessee Wisconsin BYU Duke Kentucky Ohio St. Syracuse West Virginia Kansas Louisville Saint Louis Michigan St.

Majerus earned his first coaching position as an assistant coach at St. Sebastian Junior High School in Milwaukee. That job led to another job at his old high school. After graduating from Marquette in 1970 with a bachelor’s degree in history, Majerus was hired by McGuire as a fulltime assistant in 1971. After Marquette won the 1977 title, McGuire stepped down, and long-time assistant and former SLU standout Hank Raymonds was named coach. Majerus was an integral member of Raymonds’ staff for six more seasons.

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Won 291 614 188 443 600 127 868 438 258 829 670 409 572 479 364

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COACHING HONORS In addition to his numerous collegiate coaching accolades, Majerus is well schooled in the international scene. He was an assistant coach on the 1993 Team USA squad and the 1994 Team USA squad known as the “Dream Team II,” which claimed the gold medal at the World Championships in Toronto. Standouts he coached on that team included Shaquille O’Neal and Alonzo Mourning. Majerus was also the head coach of the 1997 U-22 World Championship team,

1999 Utah 80, Arkansas State 58 Miami (Ohio) 66, Utah 58 2000 Utah 48, Saint Louis 45 Michigan State 73, Utah 61 2002 Indiana 75, Utah 56 2003 Utah 60, Oregon 58 Kentucky 74, Utah 54

Rick Majerus (left) was an assistant coach on USA Basketball’s “Dream Team II” with head coach Don Nelson (center) and assistant Don Chaney (right).

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Rick Majerus In 2008-09, Lisch became Majerus’ life story and includes personal the men’s basketball highlights of his coaching career as well team’s first Academic All- as numerous behind-the-scene stories and American since 1995, and anecdotes. The book was well received, he was the A-10 Men’s and all proceeds from the sale of the book Basketball Student-Athlete benefit breast cancer research. of the Year. In Majerus’ first season TV TIME at Saint Louis, Lisch and After a game at Air Force on Jan. 26, Luke Meyer were the only 2004, Majerus stepped down as the head teammates to garner 2007- coach of the Utes, citing health concerns. 08 Atlantic 10 Academic However, Majerus stayed close to the All-Conference honors. college basketball scene as a television Majerus has had five analyst for ESPN. For three years, he was a different players earn fixture as an expert commentator for some Academic All-America of the nation’s highest-profile games. honors, totalling seven After being around many of his former selections. Doleac and peers in the coaching profession, Majerus Drew Hansen were both decided to return to the sidelines and was selected in 1997-98, making eagerly accepted by the Billiken basketball Utah the first Final Four faithful as SLU’s 24th head coach in April Rick Majerus throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at team with two Academic 2007. a St. Louis Cardinals game at Busch Stadium. All-Americans in its starting lineup. Utah’s Mottola and which featured another future Billiken head Marquette’s coach, Lorenzo Romar. He is enshrined in Marc Marotta were both the basketball halls of fame in both Utah two-time Academic All(2000) and Wisconsin (2001) and was named America selections. the Utah Sports Person of the Year in 1991 Hansen also won the and 1997. 1997 Playboy Magazine Anson Mount ScholarFORMER PLAYERS IN Athlete Award for basketball, THE NBA was a Rhodes Scholar Regarded as one of the finest teachers candidate and was a finalist in the game, Majerus groomed three of for the Walter Byers Award, his Utah players into first-round NBA draft the highest academic award picks. Keith Van Horn was the No. 2 overall given by the NCAA. pick in 1997, while Michael Doleac went In addition to Hansen, 12th overall in 1998. Andre Miller became Majerus has coached Majerus’ third consecutive first-round pick two other Rhodes Scholar when he was selected eighth in the 1999 candidates during his draft. career: Marc Marotta at In addition, Hanno Mottola was Marquette and Rich Hall at a second-round pick in the 2000 draft, Ball State. becoming the first Finnish player to be chosen by an NBA team. Josh Grant and AUTHOR, Byron Wilson were also second-round AUTHOR draft picks in 1993. After the Utes’ magical season in 1997-98, Majerus ACADEMIC SUCCESS co-authored a book with As proud as Majerus is of his players ESPN The Magazine senior on the court, their classroom achievements writer Gene Wojciechowski bring him even more satisfaction. In titled “My Life on a Napkin: Majerus’ program, academics are the Pillow Mints, Playground Majerus has coached five Academic All-Americans, top priority. That approach has led to 44 Dreams and Coaching the including 2008-09 selection Kevin Lisch. different players earning academic All- Runnin’ Utes.” Conference awards. The book recounts

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Rick Majerus RICK MAJERUS’ COACHING HONORS 2003 Region Coach of the Year (Basketball Times) 1999 District Coach of the Year 1999 Western Athletic Conference Pacific Division Coach of the Year 1998 National Coach of the Year (John Wooden) 1998 National Coach of the Year (Playboy Magazine) 1998 District Coach of the Year

Majerus addresses the media at the 1998 FInal Four.

1997 District Coach of the Year 1997 Western Athletic Conference Coach of the Year (media) 1997 Utah Sports Person of the Year 1996 District Coach of the Year 1995 District Coach of the Year 1993 District Coach of the Year 1993 WAC Coach of the Year 1992 National Coach of the Year (Playboy Magazine) 1991 National Coach of the Year (Basketball Times) 1991 National Coach of the Year (UPI) 1991 District Coach of the Year 1991 WAC Coach of the Year 1991 Utah Sports Person of the Year 1989 National Coach of the Year (The Hoop Scoop) Majerus helpled turn Andre Miller into an NBA first-round draft pick.

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PORTER MOSER Associate Head Coach

Born August 24, 1968 Hometown Naperville, Ill. High School Benet Academy Lisle, Ill. College Creighton, 1990 Assistant Coaching Experience Creighton, 1990-91 Texas A&M, 1991-95, 1996-98 UW-Milwaukee, 1995-96 UALR, 1998-2000 Saint Louis, 2007-present Head Coaching Experience UALR 2000-03 (Record: 54-34) Illinois State, 2003-07 (Record: 51-67)

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Porter Moser is in his fourth season with the Billikens. He brings a tremendous blend of coaching experience and local recruiting knowledge to the SLU bench. Prior to the 2008-09 season, Moser was elevated to associate head coach. “Porter is a former head coach at two programs and is a rising star on the college scene,” head coach Rick Majerus said. “He is highly regarded by everyone in the game because of his ability to teach the game and his relentless recruiting. As a result, I give Porter more responsibility than is customary for an assistant coach.” In the spring of 2009, Basketball Times magazine rated Moser as one of the top 50 assistant coaches in the country. He has helped the Billikens become one of the nation’s top defensive teams. Moser has coached two All-Conference, one AllRookie and three Academic All-Conference selections at SLU. Prior to SLU, Moser was the head coach at Illinois State for four years. Inheriting a last-place program, Moser led the Redbirds to a 51-67 record during his tenure, pushing his seven-year career head coaching record to 105-101, and left behind a championship-caliber team. Illinois State boasted the Missouri Valley Conference Freshman of the Year in Osiris Eldridge and two other players named to the league’s All-Newcomer team. Moser guided the program to a 17-13 campaign in his second season at the helm. That 200405 club also boasted the MVC Newcomer of the Year in Lorenzo Gordon. After going 9-19 in his third year, Moser brought a

talent-laden recruiting class into his final campaign, which yielded a 15-16 record. Moser earned his first head coaching position when he was promoted from assistant coach at the University of Arkansas-Little Rock. In three seasons at UALR, he posted a 54-34 record. In his first season at UALR, Moser inherited a team that had gone 4-24 the previous year. He was the architect of the biggest turnaround in Sun Belt Conference history by leading the 2000-01 team to an 18-11 mark. Moser took the Trojans from ranking among the Sun Belt’s poorest defensive squads to one that led the league in field-goal percentage defense and was second in scoring defense. After losing four starters and the top three scorers from that inaugural team, Moser guided the Trojans to an 18-11 record in his second season and an 18-12 mark in 2002-03 before moving to Illinois State. Moser’s coaching career began in 1990-91 as a graduate assistant at his alma mater, Creighton. He spent four seasons as an assistant at Texas A&M before moving on to Wisconsin-Milwaukee for one year. Moser returned to Texas A&M for two more seasons, then served as an assistant at UALR under Wimp Sanderson. As a player at Creighton, Moser was a two-year starter and helped the Bluejays to the 1989 MVC championship. He graduated with a degree in business management in 1990. Moser and his wife, the former Megan Lewis, have a daughter, Jordan, and three sons, Jake, Ben and Max.

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CHRIS HARRIMAN Assistant Coach

Chris Harriman Born May 28, 1979 Hometown Sydney, Australia High School Edmund Rice College Sydney, Australia College Augusta State (Ga.), 2003 Playing Experience Sydney Kings, 1997-98 Augusta State, 2000-03 Hunter Valley Pirates, 2003-04 Assistant Coaching Experience Nova Southeastern, 2004-08 Saint Louis, 2008-present

Chris Harriman returns for his third season as a Billiken assistant coach. His recruiting ties has helped SLU land highlyregarded international players, including top Australian products Cody Ellis and Christian Salecich, as well as Rob Loe from New Zealand. Harriman also helped Kevin Lisch earn a professional contract with the Perth Wildcats in the NBL. Prior to SLU, Harriman served for four years as an assistant coach at Nova Southeastern University in Florida. “I first met Chris when he played for Augusta State against one of my terrific Utah teams which, ironically, had (current assistant coach) Alex Jensen,” Majerus said. “As a player, Chris was a cerebral point guard and a terrific competitor who I thought would one day become an outstanding coach. He worked for one of the best Division II coaches in the game, Gary Tuell, who has developed an outstanding program at Nova Southeastern. “Chris is a 24/7 basketball guy who has great knowledge of the game with the rare ability to teach the game as well,” Majerus said. “His passion for the game coincides with our current staff, and we are fortunate to have him on board. In addition to being an outstanding coach and teacher, he is a man of character and will be an exemplary role model for our players both on and off the court.” Harriman had a short stint in his homeland Australia’s National Basketball League in 1997-98 with a traditional league power, the Sydney Kings. He moved to the United States and attended Augusta State

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(Ga.) University. Harriman tallied 627 points and 375 assists in his playing career at ASU and was named league Player of the Week in January 2003. As a senior, he led the Peach Belt Conference in steals. Harriman led ASU to two NCAA Division II Tournaments and one PBC North Division title, and he was a part of 78 victories. After graduating from Augusta State in 2003, Harriman played the 2003-04 season with the Hunter Valley Pirates in the NBL and was runnerup for Rookie of the Year honors. After his professional playing career, Harriman joined the coaching staff at Nova Southeastern under head coach Gary Tuell, his college coach at Augusta State, in August 2004. Harriman was instrumental in recruiting student-athletes to NSU and established a strong coaching reputation in Australia. In 2007-08, he helped Tim Coenraad earn first-team NABC All-South Region honors. Joining a rebuilding NSU program, Harriman helped the Sharks post 48 victories during his tenure. A 17win season in 2005-06 was the biggest turnaround in 15 years in Division II basketball. A native of Sydney, Australia, Harriman and his wife, Cheryl, have a son, Avery, and a daughter, Kacee.

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ALEX JENSEN Assistant Coach

Alex Jensen Born May 16, 1976 Hometown Centerville, Utah High School Viewmont High School Centerville, Utah

Alex Jensen returns for his fourth year on the Billiken coaching staff, his third as an assistant coach. Jensen brings tremendous credentials to SLU following a standout collegiate playing career at Utah. He has been integral in teaching post play for the Billikens. During his time at SLU, Jensen has helped the Billikens become one of the standout defensive teams in the Atlantic 10 Conference and in the country. Jensen was one of the best all-around players in Utah history while playing for Rick Majerus. Jensen still ranks 20th on Utah’s all-time scoring list with 1,279 points and is sixth on the school’s career rebounding list with 896, including second all time with 329 offensive boards. In addition, Jensen is eighth on Utah’s 3-point field goals made list with 102, and he is 10th on the assist list with 348. Jensen helped the Utes reach the NCAA championship game in 1998. As a senior, he

was the Mountain West Conference Player of the Year after averaging 13.1 ppg and 7.5 rpg while shooting 54.2 percent from the field. Jensen played for the Utes in 1994-95 and 1997-98 through 1999-2000. He earned his bachelor’s degree in finance from Utah in 2000. After his collegiate career, Jensen played seven seasons professionally in Turkey and also had a stint with the Yakama Sun Kings in 2002-03, with whom he won a CBA title. Jensen was the 1994 Utah Mr. Basketball after a standout career at Viewmont High School. He was honorable mention All-America and selected the Utah Gatorade Player of the Year by USA Today. Jensen was named first-team AllState and the 5A Player of the Year by the Deseret News and the Salt Lake Tribune as a senior.

College Utah, 2000 Playing Experience Utah, 1994-95, 1997-2000 Yakama Sun Kings, 2002-03 Coaching Experience Senior Graduate Manager Saint Louis, 2007-08 Assistant Coach Saint Louis, 2008-present

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Support Staff MATT GORDON, Director of Basketball Operations Matt Gordon begins his third year as a member of the Billiken staff as director of basketball operations. Gordon is responsible for the team’s video library, and he coordinates team travel. Prior to coming to SLU, Gordon served as a basketball operations intern with the NBA’s Memphis Grizzlies. Gordon, who attended St. Rita High School in Chicago, began his basketball career as head manager for the Illinois State men’s basketball team under current SLU associate head coach Porter Moser. Gordon was the video coordinator as well as basketball camp counselor for the Redbirds. He graduated from ISU in December 2006 and moved on to a position with Full Package Athletics Inc. in Lake Forest, Ill. Gordon was the head coach of numerous AAU teams and ran daily practices and workouts for the squads. During the summer of 2007, Gordon became basketball camp director at ISU and was responsible for the overall structure of the camp. The Memphis Grizzlies hired him in August 2007 to assist the video staff in recording and editing all games. Gordon worked with the XOS video editing system, the same program the Billikens utilize, as well as the Microsoft Visio program.

TONY YOUNG, Senior Graduate Manager Former Southern Illinois University standout guard Tony Young joins the Billiken coaching staff in 2009-10 as senior graduate manager. Before coming to SLU, he spent the last two seasons as a graduate assistant at his alma mater. Young helped the Salukis to the NCAA Tournament every year as a player, including the Sweet 16 his senior season in 2007, and was considered a lock-down defensive guard. He was named to the Missouri Valley Conference’s All-Defensive team three times and selected for the Collegeinsider.com Defensive All-America team in 2006-07. Young still ranks fifth on SIU’s career steals list with 171. He scored 1,069 points and handed out 204 assists in his Saluki career. As a senior, Young was voted first-team All-Conference. A native of Schaumburg, Ill., Young earned a bachelor’s degree from Southern Illinois in 2007. In high school, he helped his Schaumburg High School squad claim the Class AA state title in 2001.

RACHEL BECHERT, Basketball Assistant Former SLU women’s basketball standout Rachel Bechert (Diener) is in her fourth year assisting the men’s basketball coaching staff. She oversees all office operations for the basketball coaches. Bechert completed her playing career in 2007 and left as the Billikens’ fifth-leading 3-point shooter with 112. During her three-year playing tenure at SLU, Diener tallied 525 points, 134 rebounds, 134 assists and 76 steals. In high school, she finished as the second-leading scorer in Fond du Lac (Wis.) history with 1,411 points and was a three-time All-State selection. Bechert’s older brother, Travis Diener, played at Marquette and is still playing professionally. Her cousin, Drew Diener, also played for the Billiken men’s basketball team and is the head coach at Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee.

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2010-11 Roster Numerical No. NAME YR POS HT 5 Jordair Jett FR G 6-1 10 Paul Eckerle RS JR G 6-1 11 Mike McCall FR G 6-0 12 Grant Gehlen FR F 6-3 13 Brian Daly FR G 6-3 14 Brian Conklin JR F 6-6 15 Christian Salecich SO G 6-3 21 Dwayne Evans FR F 6-5 23 Kyle Cassity JR G 6-4 24 Cody Ellis SO F 6-8 30 Jake Barnett* RS SO F 6-5 32 Cory Remekun SO F 6-8 51 Rob Loe FR F 6-11

WT 210 175 165 160 160 230 190 205 200 240 190 205 240

Alphabetical Hometown/High School St. Paul, Minn./Notre Dame Prep Washington, Mo./St. Francis Borgia Chicago, Ill./Foreman Edina, Minn./Cretin-Derham Hall Evanston, Ill./Loyola Academy Eugene, Ore./North Eugene Gold Coast, Australia/Institute of Sport Bolingbrook, Ill./Nequa Valley Tamaroa, Ill./Pinckneyville Perth, Australia/Institute of Sport Wauwatosa, Wis./East Dallas, Texas/Mesquite Auckland, New Zealand/Westlake

*Will sit out the 2010-11 season due to NCAA transfer regulations STAFF Head Coach: Rick Majerus Associate Head Coach: Porter Moser Assistant Coach: Chris Harriman Assistant Coach: Alex Jensen Director of Basketball Operations: Matt Gordon Senior Graduate Manager: Tony Young

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NAME Jake Barnett Kyle Cassity Brian Conklin Brian Daly Paul Eckerle Cody Ellis Dwayne Evans Grant Gehlen Jordair Jett Rob Loe Mike McCall Cory Remekun Christian Salecich PRONUNCIATIONS Eckerle • ECK-ur-lee Gehlen • GAY-len Loe • Low Remekun • REM-eh-kin Salecich • SAL-uh-sitch

Front Row (L-R): Brian Daly, Christian Salecich, Jake Barnett, Paul Eckerle, Jordair Jett, Mike McCall. Back Row (L-R): Grant Gehlen, Brian Conklin, Cory Remekun, Rob Loe, Cody Ellis, Dwayne Evans, Kyle Cassity.

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KYLE CASSITY JR • GUARD • 6-4 • 200 TAMAROA, ILL. PINCKNEYVILLE H.S. Major: Business Administration

2009-10 • Sophomore Played a team-high 1,166 minutes ... led the team with 117 assists and ranked second with 41 3-pointers and 31 steals ... averaged 6.0 ppg and 3.2 rpg ... set a career high with seven assists at VCU ... contributed five points in the Princeton game ... recorded five points, four rebounds and tied his career-high six assists against Green Bay ... tied his career high with six assists against Indiana State ... scored 11 points with five rebounds and handed out five assists at Dayton ... tied his season best for the second straight time with six assists to go along with eight points and six rebounds against Duquesne ... dished out a season-high six assists against Xavier ... tallied 16 points with four rebounds and three assists at Massachusetts ... had a strong overall outing versus Rhode Island with 11 points on 5-of-6 shooting, six rebounds and tied his career high with five assists ... helped hold URI’s Keith Cothran to just seven points ... tied his career best with four 3-pointers and ended the Dayton game with 14 points and three steals ... had seven points, three assists and set a career best with four steals against St. Bonaventure ... led the team with three assists at Richmond ... had a tremendous overall game at George Washington with six points, tied his career best with seven rebounds and chipped in four assists ... added seven points, four rebounds and three assists against Fordham ... scored five points, including a game-tying 3-pointer with 16 seconds left, and tied his career high with five assists at Charlotte ... hit 6-of-7 shots from the field and finished with 15 points and four assists at Duquesne ... had five points, three rebounds and three steals at Bowling Green ... finished with three points, three rebounds, two assists and two steals against Eastern Illinois ... played a career-high 24 minutes in the Missouri State game ... registered a career-high three steals against Belmont and scored five points to go along with three assists ... added two points and three rebounds against Rockhurst ... chipped in four points and two rebounds against Southern Illinois ... sank two 3-pointers late during the comeback at Georgia and added five rebounds ... had 10 points and tied his then career high with five assists versus Mississippi Valley State ... tallied a career-high 18 points against Kennesaw State on 7-of-9 shooting, including 4-of-5 from 3-point range ... scored eight points and a career-high seven rebounds against Nebraska. 2008-09 • Freshman Started four times and played in 30 games ... in the A-10 Tournament game versus La Salle, chipped in a bucket, one rebound, one assist and one steal ... had two assists and one rebound against La Salle ... was in the starting lineup at Duquesne and had two assists ... had a key drive for a basket late in the Saint Joseph’s game and

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contributed four CAREER HIGHS points ... chipped in two rebounds and an Points: 18, Kennesaw State, 11/22/09 assist at Rhode Island FGM: 7, Kennesaw State, 11/22/09 ... sank a 3-pointer FGA: 11, twice, last, and finished with Dayton, 2/13/10 four points and one FG%: .857 (6-7), at Duquesne, rebound in the game 1/13/10 against Charlotte ... 3FG: 4, twice, last, at Dayton had one assist and (3/6/10) two rebounds against 3FGA: 7, at VCU, 3/29/10 Richmond ... earned the 3FG%: 1.00 (1-1), numerous times, start versus Duquesne last, Princeton, 3/24/10 and responded with FTM: 4, at Massachusetts, 2/21/10 five points, four FTA: 5, at Massachusetts, 2/21/10 rebounds, two steals FT%: 1.00 (2-2), twice, last, and a blocked shot at La Salle, 2/6/10 in a career-high 33 Rebs: 7, twice, last, at George minutes ... hit a trey Washington, 1/27/10 and finished with four ORebs: 2, at Georgia, 12/2/10 points and two assists DRebs: 7, at George Washington, at Fordham ... was a 1/27/10 boost off the bench at Assists: 7, at VCU, 3/29/10 Dayton with five points Blocks: 2, St. Bonaventure, 2/3/10 and two rebounds ... Steals: 4, St. Bonaventure, 2/3/10 ... nailed a 3-pointer Mins: 46, Green Bay, 3/22/10 and had an assist versus North Carolina A&T ... sank a trey to go with one rebound and one steal against UMBC ... scored five points and handed out five assists with just one turnover versus Samford ... chipped in two rebounds and one assist against Savannah State ... led the team with three assists at Southern Illinois. High School Was a Class 2A first-team All-State selection by the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association after averaging 20 points, 8.1 rebounds and 4.1 assists for the Panthers ... led Pinckneyville to a 28-6 record and a fourth-place finish at the 2008 Illinois State Tournament ... named Player of the Year by the Southern Illinoisan and was a member of the Southern Illinois Coaches Association All-South Team ... scored 1,319 points in his career, including 641 points as a senior, to rank fourth all-time at tradition-laden Pinckneyville ... member of the Honor Roll ... also was a standout pitcher for the Panthers’ baseball team and earned four letters ... ran one season of cross country.

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CASSITY’S CAREER STATS YR 08-09 09-10 Totals

G/S 30/4 36/29 66/33

MIN/AVG 506/16.9 1166/32.4 1672/25.3

FG/A 17/66 81/208 98/274

PCT 3FG/A PCT .258 9/39 .231 .389 41/124 .331 .357 50/163 .307

FT/A 5/11 14/22 19/33

PCT O/DR .455 2/27 .636 8/107 .576 10/134

R/AVG 29/1.0 115/3.2 144/2.2

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BS 2 11 13

ST TP/AVG 7 48/1.6 31 217/6.0 38 265/4.0

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BRIAN CONKLIN JR • FORWARD • 6-6 • 230 EUGENE, ORE. NORTH EUGENE H.S. Major: Business Administration

2009-10 • Sophomore Played in all 36 games ... averaged 6.2 ppg and 3.5 rpg ... grabbed 56 offensive rebounds, the second-most on the team ... was named to the A-10 Academic All-Conference team ... tallied eight points and four rebounds at VCU ... finished with nine points and four rebounds versus Princeton ... scored six points and added six boards with two steals versus Green Bay ... notched eight points and four rebounds against Indiana State ... scored five points in the A-10 Championship against Rhode Island ... hit two free throws and added a board at Dayton ... snared three rebounds against Temple ... hit all six free throws and finished with 10 points and a teamhigh seven rebounds against Duquesne ... recorded six points, five rebounds and two blocks against Dayton ... chipped in three free throws, four rebounds and a career-high three steals at Saint Joseph’s ... hit 3-of-4 shots and finished with six points versus St. Bonaventure ... led the team with 15 points to go with five rebounds, all on the offensive end, against Fordham ... hit 5-of-6 shots from the field and finished with 12 points, three rebounds and an important blocked shot in the final minutes of the Richmond game ... had eight points and a team-high six rebounds against Eastern Illinois ... scored seven points and tied his career best with three assists in the Missouri State game ... recorded 13 points and nine rebounds against Belmont ... contributed four points, three rebounds and two assists against Southern Illinois ... added four points and two steals at Georgia ... finished with 10 points and helped hold Notre Dame’s All-America candidate Luke Harangody to 18 points, more than nine below his season average ... tied his career best with 18 points on career highs of eight field goals and 10 attempts in the Iowa State contest ... got into early foul trouble against Mississippi Valley State but chipped in five points and three offensive rebounds ... finished the Kennesaw State game with 11 points, four rebounds and two assists ... scored 15 points and pulled down eight rebounds, six on the offensive end, against Southeast Missouri State. 2008-09 • Freshman Had an immediate impact and played in all 32 games, making 29 starts ... shot .522 on the season, ranking seventh on the SLU freshman list ... in the A-10 Tournament game versus La Salle, had eight points and seven rebounds along with a career best two blocked shots ... battled for nine points and five boards versus Dayton ... made 4-of-6 shots from the field and finished with nine points and two rebounds in the Rhode Island game ... scored six points at Richmond ... sank 4-of-6 shots and finished with eight points at Temple ... hit all four field goal attempts and contributed nine points and two rebounds against George Washington ... finished with four points and six rebounds, three offensive, in the Massachusetts game ... chipped in eight points and four rebounds at Xavier ... had seven points and

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tied his career best CAREER HIGHS with nine rebounds, five offensive, versus North Carolina A&T ... Points: 18, twice, last, vs. Iowa State, 11/27/09 notched 12 points and FGM: 8, vs. Iowa State, 11/27/09 four rebounds, three FGA: 11, vs. Notre Dame, 1/28/09 offensive, against FG%: 1.00 (2-2), at Duquesne, UMBC ...finished the 1/13/10 Fresno State game None with four points and 3FG: 3FGA: 1, twice, last at Dayton, seven rebounds, five 3/6/10 on the offensive end ... added eight points 3FG%: None 9, Richmond, 1/25/09 and tied his career FTM: FTA: 14, Belmont, 12/16/09 high with nine boards FT%: 1.00 (6-6), Duquesne, 2/27/10 against DePaul ... Rebs: 9, four times, last, Belmont, collected a game-high 12/16/09 seven rebounds versus ORebs: 6, twice, last, Belmont, Samford ... led the team 12/16/09 with 18 points on 5-of6 shooting and added DRebs: 7, vs. DePaul, 12/22/08 six rebounds, five Assists: 3, twice, last, Missouri State, 12/19/09 offensive, at Nebraska Blocks: 2, twice, last, Dayton, 2/13/10 ... narrowly missed a Steals: 3, at SJU, 2/9/10 double-double against Mins: 35, twice, last, Southern Boston College with Illinois, 12/5/09 11 points and nine rebounds, including four offensive ... was in the starting lineup for the Missouri-St. Louis contest and had four points, three rebounds and one assist. High School Was a two-time All-State first team selection ... led team to a 25-4 record and the No. 1 ranking in the state ... twice named to the state All-Tournament team ... averaged 20.4 points, 11.2 rebounds, 4.6 assists, 2.7 blocks and 1.3 steals as a senior ... in final two seasons, led team to perfect 30-0 mark in conference play ... backto-back Conference Player of the Year ... as a junior, led his team to a perfect 28-0 record, the 5A Oregon State championship and was the Player of the Year ... averaged a double-double as a junior with 19.6 points and 11.3 rebounds per game ... broke the school record for single-game scoring with 41 points, topping the previous mark set by former NBA standout Danny Ainge ... selected firstteam All-Conference selection for the No. 1 team in the state ... played football for one season and was a member of the track and field team.

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G/S 32/29 36/16 68/45

MIN/AVG FG/A 723/22.6 70/134 750/20.8 75/163 1473/21.7 145/297

PCT 3FG/A PCT FT/A .522 0/1 .000 55/80 .460 0/1 .000 72-112 .488 0/2 .000 127-192

PCT O/DR .688 57/67 .643 56/71 .661 113/138

R/AVG 124/3.9 127/3.5 251/3.7

PF/D 62/1 88/0 150/1

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2009-10 • Redshirt Suffered a knee injury prior to the season and did not play. 2008-09 • Sophomore Appeared in 30 games and started one contest ... nailed a 3-pointer and blocked a shot against Xavier in the A-10 Tournament ... grabbed one rebound against La Salle ... registered one assist at Duquesne ... came up with a steal at St. Bonaventure ... had one free throw in the Dayton game ... tied his career best with three rebounds in the Rhode Island game ... had one assist and one rebound in the Charlotte contest ... chipped in two points at Richmond ... scored five points with one rebound against Duquesne ... drained an early basket and added two rebounds at Fordham ... earned the start against Richmond and had a trey, two rebounds and one steal ... was a boost to the offense against Massachusetts by hitting 4-of-4 shots from 3-point range and finishing with 12 points ... had a key assist to Willie Reed late in the North Carolina A&T game ... chipped in four points, one rebound and one assists versus UMBC ... had an offensive rebound against DePaul ... sank a trey in the Liberty game ... was active off the bench against Samford and finished with five points and had a career-high three rebounds ... had a steal in the Savannah State game ... saw eight minutes of action at Southern Illinois ... scored the basket at Detroit that pulled SLU to within one in the waning seconds ... played eight minutes against Boston College ... hit a 3-pointer to go along with one rebound and one assist versus Missouri-St. Louis. 2007-08 • Freshman Played in all 31 games and made one start ... had two assists, one steal and one offensive rebound in the Duquesne game ... hit a 3-pointer in the St. Bonaventure game and added one rebound ... set a career best with four free throws and added two assists against Fordham ... had a career high with 13 points at Massachusetts ... drained two treys and finished with six points and two boards versus George Washington ... hit two free throws and added an assist in the Richmond game ... chipped in three points and one rebound versus Xavier ... sank a 3-pointer and blocked a shot against Massachusetts ... hit a long 3-pointer to go along with two assists and a steal at Dayton ... contributed three assists and one rebound to the effort at La Salle ... was named A-10 co-Rookie of the Week for the period ending January 19 ... contributed four points, two assists and a blocked shot versus Temple ... scored a seasonhigh 13 points, including three 3-pointers, against Rhode Island ... hit a trey at George Washington and tied his career best with two rebounds ... handed out three assists without a turnover in the IUPUI contest ... drained a trey and added one rebound, one assist and a blocked shot versus Loyola ... made a 3-pointer to go along

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G/S 31/1 30/1 DNP 61/2

MIN/AVG FG/A PCT 3FG/A PCT 562/18.1 39/109 .358 22/65 .338 330/11.0 17/50 .340 10/34 .294 892/14.6 56/159 .352

32/99 .352

FT/A 21/32 3/7

PCT .656 .429

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CODY ELLIS SO • FORWARD • 6-8 • 240 PERTH, AUSTRALIA INSTITUTE OF SPORT Major: Communication

2009-10 • Freshman Played in 22 games and made 19 starts ... missed the first 14 games of the season before being cleared by the NCAA and joined the team in January 2010 ... averaged 10.5 ppg and 4.9 rpg ... finished third on the team with 39 3-pointers ... was selected to the A-10 All-Rookie team ... had 10 points and four rebounds at VCU ... contributed nine points and four rebounds in the game versus Princeton ... finished with 14 points and eight rebounds against Green Bay ... recorded six points, four rebounds and two steals against Indiana State ... notched three points and tied for the team rebounding lead with six in the A-10 Championship against Rhode Island ... sank two 3-pointers and finished with 10 points and three boards at Dayton ... named A-10 Rookie of the Week for the period ending Feb. 27 ... chipped in seven points against Temple ... notched 10 points against Duquesne ... scored 19 points versus Xavier ... hit 4-of-8 shots from behind the arc en route to 14 points at Massachusetts ... recorded nine points and seven rebounds versus Rhode Island ... sank what would prove to be the game-winning 3-pointer against Dayton and finished with 11 points, seven rebounds and three assists ... led the team with 13 points, including three treys, and chipped in five rebounds at Saint Joseph’s ... hit three 3-pointers en route to 14 points at La Salle ... added seven points and two rebounds in the St. Bonaventure game ... chipped in six boards at Richmond ... poured in six 3-pointers at George Washington en route to a game-high 20 points ... finished the Fordham game with 14 points, nine rebounds and three steals ... tallied 11 points and six rebounds at Charlotte ... notched a double-double at Duquesne with 14 points and 11 rebounds along with four assists ... scored 10 points, including the game-winning free throws, and had five rebounds and two steals in his Billiken debut versus Richmond. High School Ranked as the No. 1 power forward and the No. 3 player overall in the 2009 class in Australia ... recruiting service Scouts, Inc. rated him the No. 76 power forward among college prospects ... averaged 14 ppg and eight rpg while hitting 42 percent from 3-point range for

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the Australian Institute CAREER HIGHS of Sport, the elite academy in Canberra, Points: 20, at George Washington, Australia ... played 1/27/10 on the 2009 Australia FGM: 7, twice, last, U-19 National team at Green Bay, 3/22/10 the FIBA World U-19 FGA: 17, Green Bay, 3/22/10 Championships in FG%: .583 (7-12), at George New Zealand ... led the Washington, 1/27/10 Emus to an undefeated 3FG: 6, at George Washington, pool play record and 1/27/10 to the bronze-medal 3FGA: 11, at George Washington, game ... ended the 1/27/10 U-19 tournament as 3FG%: .545 (6-11), at George the Aussies’ second Washington, 1/27/10 leading scorer with 101 FTM: 7, Xavier, 2/24/10 points, and he ranked FTA: 7, Xavier, 2/24/10 third on the team in FT%: 1.00 (7-7), Xavier, 2/24/10 rebounding with 51 ... Rebs: 11, at Duquesne, 1/13/10 helped the Emus claim ORebs: 3, at Charlotte, 1/17/10 the title of the Four DRebs: 8, at Duquesne, 1/13/10 Nations Tournament in Assists: 4, at Duquesne, 1/13/10 spring of 2009 and was Blocks: 1, three times, last, Xavier, named to the All-Star 2/24/10 Five team ... led A.I.S. Steals: 3, Fordham, 1/20/10 to the 2008 Southeast Mins: 37, Dayton, 2/13/10 Australian Basketball League finals ... helped Australia earn a silver medal at the 2007 Oceania Tournament and helped his team win the bronze-medal game at the 2008 Albert Schweitzer Tournament in Germany ... will be a member of the Junior National Australia team.

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PCT .635

O/DR R/AVG PF/D A TO BS ST TP/AVG 23/84 107/4.9 34/0 26 23 3 20 230/10.5

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CORY REMEKUN SO • FORWARD • 6-8 • 205 DALLAS, TEXAS MESQUITE H.S. Major: Business Administration

2009-10 • Freshman Played in all 36 games and made five starts ... blocked 32 shots ... against VCU, scored 13 points on 6-of-9 shooting and hauled down seven rebounds, including six on the offensive end ... sank a basket to go with two rebounds at VCU ... set a career high with two assists and rejected a shot versus Princeton ... blocked two shots and played strong interior defense against Green Bay ... scored four points and had a career-best two steals versus Indiana State ... hit one free throw and added two rebounds at Dayton ... set a then career high with six points against Temple ... was strong off the bench at Massachusetts with four points and four rebounds in just eight minutes of action ... hit his only shot from the field against Rhode Island ... finished with three rebounds at Richmond ... added two blocked shots in the game at George Washington ... chipped in four points, two offensive rebounds and a block versus Fordham ... notched two dunks to finish with four points and a blocked shot at Duquesne ... had four points, three rebounds and three blocked shots against Richmond ... added two points, four rebounds and blocked four shots against Eastern Illinois ... made his first start against UMKC and finished with six rebounds ... blocked six shots, grabbed four rebounds, three on the offensive end, and scored a basket against Belmont ... hit both field goal attempts and finished with four points against Rockhurst ... added two boards and two blocked shots in the Georgia game ... was a boost off the bench against Iowa State with five points and two blocked shots ... hit his only shot and added two rebounds against Mississippi Valley State ... scored a basket to go along with one rebound and one blocked shot in the Kennesaw State contest ... scored a bucket and had one rebound versus Nebraska ... pulled down five rebounds and blocked a shot against SEMO.

squad to 28-6 record and a tie for first place in the district ... helped team reach the championship game of Class 5A Region II final ... as a junior, was a first-team All-District 12-5A selection and averaged more than nine points and five rebounds per game ... Mesquite team was the No. 1-ranked team in the district for most of 2007-08, finished with a 28-7 record and reached the regional semifinals of the Texas 5A state tournament.

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CAREER HIGHS Points: FGM: FGA: FG%: 3FG: 3FGA: 3FG%: FTM: FTA: FT%: Rebs: ORebs: DRebs: Assists: Blocks: Steals: Mins:

13, VCU, 3/31/10 6, VCU, 3/31/10 9, VCU, 3/31/10 1.00 (2-2), four times, last, Temple, 3/3/10 None None None 2, twice, last, Indiana State 3/16/10 4, SEMO, 11/14/09 1.00 (2-2), Temple, 3/3/10 7, VCU, 3/31/10 6, VCU, 3/31/10 3, four times, last, at Richmond, 1/30/10 2, Princeton, 3/24/10 6, Belmont, 12/16/09 2, twice, last, VCU, 3/31/10 22, UMKC, 12/22/10

High School Named the 11-5A District Defensive Player of the Year ... voted to the All-Region team by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches after averaging 11 ppg and 6.6 rpg ... shot 62 percent from the field ... helped team to No. 5 ranking in the Dallas/Fort Worth area ... led

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YR G/S MIN/AVG FG/A PCT 3FG/A PCT 09-10 36/5 436/12.1 29-70 .414 0-0 .000

FT/A 9-20

PCT .450

O/DR R/AVG PF/D A TO BS ST TP/AVG 26/37 63/1.8 73/3 12 39 32 10 67/1.9

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CHRISTIAN SALECICH SO • GUARD • 6-3 • 190 GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA INSTITUTE OF SPORT Major: Education

2009-10 • Freshman Appeared in all 36 games and started 31 times ... averaged 6.4 ppg and 2.3 rpg with 64 assists and 23 steals ... hit a 3-pointer and added two boards at VCU ... recorded five points and four rebounds in the Princeton contest ... sank a crucial 3-pointer with 22 seconds left in double overtime against Green Bay and finished with eight points and tied a career best with five rebounds ... hit a bucket to go with three rebounds and two assists versus Indiana State ... drained a key 3-pointer with 1:36 left at Dayton en route to eight points and two assists ... had 10 points on 4-of-6 shooting in the Temple game ... chipped in six points, four assists and three rebounds against Duquesne ... hit a bucket to go along with four assists and three rebounds versus Xavier ... had three points, four assists and two rebounds in the game at Massachusetts ... sank 4-of-6 shots in the Rhode Island game ... recorded five points, a team-high four assists and two steals against Dayton ... scored 11 points, nine in the first half, at Saint Joseph’s ... contributed five points, two rebounds and two assists at George Washington ... set a season high with five rebounds against Fordham ... had five points and three rebounds at Duquesne ... iced the win over Richmond with two free throws in the waning seconds and finished with seven points, two rebounds and two steals ... had eight points and three rebounds at Bowling Green ... sank all six free throws and finished with eight points against UMKC ... tied a season best with 15 points against Missouri State ... chipped in six points and four rebounds against Belmont ... tallied 11 points against Rockhurst ... recorded four points, four rebounds and four assists in the Iowa State game ... finished the Mississippi Valley State contest with 14 points, four rebounds and three steals ... had a strong overall game against Kennesaw State with a career-high 15 points, four rebounds and six assists ... drilled three 3-pointers en route to 11 points, three rebounds and three assists versus Nebraska ... earned a start against Southeast Missouri State and contributed four points and two rebounds.

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High School CAREER HIGHS Averaged 12 ppg while shooting 43 percent Points: 15, twice, last, from 3-point range Missouri State, 12/19/09 and 89 percent from FGM: 5, twice, last, Missouri State, the free-throw line for 12/19/09 the Australian Institute FGA: 14, Missouri State, 12/19/09 of Sport, the elite FG%: .667 (4-6), twice, last, academy in Canberra, Temple, 3/3/10 Australia ... played 3FG: 3, four times, last, Missouri on the 2009 Australia State, 12/19/09 U-19 National team 3FGA: 8, three times, last, VCU, at the FIBA World 3/31/10 U-19 Championships 3FG%: 1.00 (1-1), St. Bonaventure, in New Zealand ... 2/3/10 Emus finished pool FTM: 6, twice, last, VCU, 3/31/10 play undefeated and FTA: 8, VCU, 3/31/10 reached the bronzeFT%: 1.00 (6-6), UMKC, 12/22/09 medal game ... ended Rebs: 5, twice, last, Green Bay, the U-19 tournament 3/22/10 with 38 points, 12 ORebs: 2, twice, last, Kennesaw rebounds, 10 assists State, 11/22/09 and six steals while DRebs: 5, twice, last, Green Bay, shooting 40.9 percent 3/22/10 from 3-point range ... Assists: 6, Kennesaw State, 11/22/09 helped the Emus claim Blocks: 1, six times, last, the title of the Four at Duquesne, 1/13/10 Nations Tournament in Steals: 2, seven times, last, spring of 2009 ... played Rhode Island, 2/17/10 with Queensland Mins: 44, Green Bay, 3/22/10 squad which claimed first place at the U-20 Australian Nationals ... averaged 10 ppg, 3.2 rpg and was fourth in the tournament in assists per game at 3.2 ... helped A.I.S. to the 2008 Southeast Australian Basketball League finals ... directed Australia to the silver medal at the 2007 Oceania Tournament and helped his team win the bronze-medal game at the 2008 Albert Schweitzer Tournament in Germany.

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YR G/S MIN/AVG FG/A PCT 3FG/A PCT FT/A 09-10 36/31 1020/28.3 72-215 .335 32-130 .246 53-72

PCT .736

O/DR R/AVG PF/D A TO BS ST TP/AVG 11/73 84/2.3 84/3 64 59 6 23 229/6.4

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# 30 JAKE BARNETT SO • FORWARD • 6-5 • 190 WAUWATOSA, WIS. EAST H.S. 2010-11 Will sit out the year due to NCAA transfer regulations. 2009-10 • At Toledo Named to the Mid-American Conference All-Freshman team after averaging a team-high 12.9 ppg and sinking 71 3-point field goals to go along with 49 assists and 20 steals ... his 414 points were the second most scored by a freshman in Toledo history ... his scoring average was second amongst all freshmen in the league, and he ranked in the top 15 in five categories in the MAC ... started all 32 games for UT and led the Rockets in 3-point field-goal percentage, free-throw percentage and minutes played ... topped Toledo with 24 double-figure scoring outings and tallied at least 20 points four times, including a season-high 26 against UMBC ... served as a team captain becoming the first UT freshman ever to earn the honor.

# 13 BRIAN DALY FR • GUARD • 6-3 • 160 EVANSTON, ILL. LOYOLA ACADEMY High School Selected for the Coach’s Award as a senior ... earned team’s Intangible Player award ... averaged eight points, seven rebounds and five assists ... helped the Ramblers win the regional championship ... earned academic First Honors.

High School Helped Wauwatosa East win the 2008 Division I state title his senior year with a 26-1 record ... averaged 12 ppg and was an honorable mention All-State selection ... averaged eight points and four rebounds for a 29-6 Notre Dame squad.

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# 21 DWAYNE EVANS

# 12 GRANT GEHLEN

FR • FORWARD • 6-5 • 205 BOLINGBROOK, ILL. NEUQUA VALLEY High School Was an All-State and All-Chicago Area selection ... selected the Daily Herald Player of the Year and named the captain of the DuPage County All-Area team ... ranked as a top-20 player by ChicagoHoops.com, and was regarded as a top-25 player by ChicagoSporting.com ... averaged a double-double as a senior with 16.9 points, 12 rebounds and 3.2 assists ... added 73 blocked shots and 61 steals ... helped team to a 26-3 record and an undefeated record in the Upstate Eight Conference ... led the Wildcats to three conference titles and two sectional crowns ... set school’s career rebounding record with 737 and finished second all-time in scoring with 1,122 points ... as a junior, was an honorable mention All-State selection by the Coaches Association ... helped Neuqua Valley set a school record for wins with 31 victories ... scored 30 points and pulled down 17 rebounds in the sectional finals of the 2009 state tournament ... was on the Neuqua Valley academic honor roll every semester.

FR • FORWARD • 6-3 • 160 EDINA, MINN. CRETIN-DERHAM HALL High School Was an All-Conference selection as a senior after averaging 13 ppg for the Raiders ... served as team captain ... helped team to 21 wins and to the finals of the sectional championship ... All-State track selection as a high jumper and finished in third place in the state meet ... was sectional champion and earned three AllConference honors ... also lettered in football ... selected to the Honor Roll.

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#5 JORDAIR JETT

# 51 ROB LOE

FR • GUARD • 6-1 • 210 ST. PAUL, MINN. NOTRE DAME PREP

FR • FORWARD • 6-11 • 240 AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND WESTLAKE H.S.

High School Scored more than 1,000 points during his high school career at St. Bernard’s High School ... was an All-State and All-Tri-Metro conference selection ... as a senior, averaged 20 points, five assists and five steals ... registered a quadruple-double with 17 points, 11 rebounds, 11 assists and 10 steals in a game against PACT Charter School ... was a second-team Associated Press All-State selection and was chosen first-team All-Conference ... led his team to a 28-4 record and a berth in the Minnesota 2A state championship game for the first time in program history ... guided the Bulldogs to three sectional championships and three conference titles ... played one year at Notre Dame Prep in Fitchburg, Mass, for coach Ryan Hurd ... averaged a team-high 14 points to go with seven rebounds and five assists ... helped the Crusaders to a 27-7 record and the No. 4 seed at the 2010 National Prep Championship tournament.

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High School Rated by Scouts Inc. as the top college prospect in New Zealand and was ranked No. 40 among all power forwards ... was the top player for the Junior Tall Blacks at the 2009 FIBA U-19 World Championships in Auckland, New Zealand ... led the team with 18.8 points, fifth overall in the tournament, 7.0 rebounds, 3.0 steals and 2.5 assists ... at the U-19 Tournament, shot 59.5 percent from the field, including 57.1 percent (4-of-7) from 3-point range ... scored at least 15 points in every game, including a 25-point barrage against Syria ... at Westlake, averaged 19.5 points, 12.3 rebounds and 3.7 assists while shooting 63 percent from the field ... helped his team win two national championships ... selected the Westlake Sportsman of the Year ... selected ASB college sport Sportsman Of the Year 2009 ... named ASB college sport Basketballer Of the Year in 2008 and 2009 ... selected Westlake’s Most Outstanding Basketball player final three seasons ... at the age of 17, was the youngest player ever named to New Zealand’s national men’s team ... named MVP of the New Zealand Secondary Schools Championship and led Westlake to the championship ... was one of 10 players selected to represent the World Team that took part in the 2010 Nike Hoops Summit in Portland, Ore.

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# 11 MIKE McCALL FR • GUARD • 6-0 • 165 CHICAGO, ILL. FOREMAN H.S. High School Was an All-State selection after averaging 18.4 points, 4.7 rebounds and 4.6 assists as a senior for the Hornets ... scored at least 20 points in a game 13 times, including a career-high 28 ... was the No. 6 senior in the state of Illinois according to ChicagoHoops. com ... ranked by Hoops Report as a “Top 10 Prospect.” ... helped lead Foreman to a 26-4 record ... led his team to the section championship ... hit at least one 3-pointer in every game and converted 44 percent from beyond the arc ... shot 79 percent from the free-throw line ... as a junior against North Grand, drained seven 3-pointers en route to a season-high 25 points.

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2009-10 Statistics INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS – ALL GAMES (Overall 23-13; Home: 18-4; Away: 5-6; Neutral: 0-3) TOTAL FG 3-POINT Free Throws NAME GP/GS FG-A PCT FG-A PCT FT-A PCT O/D R/AVG PF/DQ A K. Mitchell 35/35 200-444 .450 64-178 .360 93-130 .715 18/88 106/3.0 81/0 106 W. Reed 35/32 176-300 .587 0-0 .000 83-175 .474 83/195 278/7.9 79/2 27 C. Ellis 22/19 79-210 .376 39-130 .300 33-52 .635 23/84 107/4.9 34/0 26 C. Salecich 36/31 72-215 .335 32-130 .246 53-72 .736 11/73 84/2.3 84/3 64 B. Conklin 36/16 75-163 .460 0-1 .000 72-112 .643 56/71 127/3.5 88/0 25 K. Cassity 36/29 81-208 .389 41-124 .331 14-22 .636 8/107 115/3.2 59/0 117 J. Jordan 33/0 49-129 .380 31-81 .383 34-51 .667 3/52 55/1.7 35/0 58 F. John 17/8 24-71 .338 8-29 .276 13-16 .813 14/33 47/2.8 36/4 9 J. Smith 35/5 39-67 .582 0-0 .000 9-19 .474 45/52 97/2.8 42/2 10 C. Remekun 36/5 29-70 .414 0-0 .000 9-20 .450 26/37 63/1.8 73/3 12 D. Young 7/0 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 3-3 1.000 0/1 1/0.1 2/0 0 J. Reid 5/0 1-4 .250 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0/1 1/0.2 2/0 0 Team 46/79 125/3.5 Total 36 826-1882 .439 215-674 .319 416-672 .619 333/873 1206/33.5 615/14 454 Opponents 36 792-1962 .404 138-480 .288 446-659 .677 425/856 1281/35.6 656/- 356

TO BS ST MIN PTS/AVG 86 2 50 1148 557/15.9 60 73 26 962 435/12.4 23 3 20 615 230/10.5 59 6 23 1020 229/6.4 49 9 13 750 222/6.2 75 11 31 1166 217/6.0 43 0 14 600 163/4.9 19 0 7 290 69/4.1 15 32 9 367 87/2.5 39 32 10 436 67/1.9 1 0 1 23 5/0.7 1 1 0 23 2/0.4 8 478 169 204 7400 2283/63.4 495 107 227 7400 2168/60.2

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS – A-10 GAMES (Overall 11-5; Home: 6-2; Away: 5-3) NAME GP-GS K. Mitchell 16-16 C. Ellis 16-13 W. Reed 15-13 K. Cassity 16-16

TOTAL FG 3-POINT FG-A PCT FG-A 88-203 .433 27-79 61-149 .409 37-99 68-121 .562 0-0 46-107 .430 23-60

Free Throws PCT FT/A .342 55/76 .374 26-40 .000 24-66 .383 7-11

PCT .724 .650 .364 .636

O/D 11/46 16/62 31/76 4/52

R/AVG PF/DQ A TO BS ST 57/3.6 35/0 47 44 0 17 78/4.9 25/0 22 21 3 16 107/7.1 31/1 13 29 32 7 56/3.5 28/0 61 31 5 15

C. Salecich 16-11 30-78 .385 12-45 .267 14-23 .609 1/31 32/2.0 34/1 32 B. Conklin 16-3 24-55 .436 0-1 .000 26-34 .765 18/29 47/2.9 36/0 4 J. Jordan 16-0 19-52 .365 10-29 .345 8-13 .615 1/15 16/1.0 10/0 25 F. John 3-0 3-9 .333 1-2 .500 3-3 1.000 1/2 3/1.0 5/1 2 J. Smith 16-5 23-42 .548 0-0 .000 5-13 .385 24/30 54/3.4 25/2 7 C. Remekun 16-3 11-24 .458 0-0 .000 4-7 .571 8/12 20/1.3 29/2 4 D. Young 1-0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0/0 0/0.0 1/0 0 Team 14/33 47/2.9 Total 16 373-840 .444 110-315 .349 172-286 .601 129/388 517/32.3 259/7 217 Opponents 16 372-897 .415 57-207 .275 187-287 .652 195/398 593/37.1 280/- 165

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MIN PTS/AVG 556 258/16.1 454 185/11.6 403 160/10.7 572 122/7.6

22 1 15 429 86/5.4 19 7 5 273 74/4.6 17 0 6 257 56/3.5 3 0 1 36 10/3.3 10 17 6 214 51/3.2 13 9 3 152 26/1.6 1 0 0 4 0/0.0 1 211 74 91 3350 1028/64.2 219 52 105 3350 988/61.8

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2009-10 Results DATE

OPPONENT

SCORE

ATTEND

HIGH POINTS

HIGH REBOUNDS

11/14/09

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI

W, 59-41

7131

15 – Reed, Conklin

12 – Reed

11/18/09

NEBRASKA

W, 69-55

7596

20 – Mitchell

9 – Reed

11/22/09

! KENNESAW STATE

W, 76-66

6538

18 – Cassity

12 – Reed

11/24/09

! MISS. VALLEY STATE

W, 75-39

6842

17 – Reed

4 – John, Reed, Salecich

11/27/09

! vs. Iowa State

L, 54-65

3308

18 – Conklin

13 – Reed

11/28/09

! vs. Notre Dame

L, 52-64

3308

20 – Reed

15 – Reed

12/02/09

at Georgia

L, 56-64

4650

16 – Mitchell

8 – Reed

12/5/09

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

W, 71-61

9483

22 – Mitchell

12 – Reed

12/12/09

ROCKHURST

W, 66-53

7823

17 – Mitchell

13 – Reed

12/16/09

BELMONT

W, 75-67

6432

20 – Mitchell

9 – Reed, Conklin

12/19/09

MISSOURI STATE

L, 63-73

8483

19 – Reed

8 – Reed

12/22/09

UMKC

W, 61-54

6762

33 – Mitchell

6 – Remekun

12/29/09

EASTERN ILLINOIS

W, 60-42

7354

19 – Mitchell

6 – Conklin

01/02/10

at Bowling Green

L, 50-59

1518

13 – Mitchell

4 – Smith

1/9/10

*RICHMOND

W, 63-58

8134

16 – Mitchell

5 – Ellis

1/13/10

*at Duquesne

W, 79-75 (2OT)

2563

19 – Mitchell

11 – Elllis

01/17/10

*at Charlotte

L, 61-63 (OT)

5570

15 – Smith

9 – Reed

1/20/10

*FORDHAM

W, 75-48

7067

15 – Conklin

9 – Ellis

1/27/10

*at George Washington L, 62-67 (OT)

1782

20 – Elllis

7 – Cassity

1/30/10

*at RICHMOND

L, 36-62

3193

18 – Mitchell

11 – Smith

2/3/10

*ST. BONAVENTURE

W, 67-65

6687

17 – Mitchell

11 – Reed

02/06/10

*at La Salle

W, 68-65

1177

25 – Mitchell

8 – Reed

02/09/10

*at Saint Joseph’s

W, 56-52

3152

13 – Ellis

9 – Reed

02/13/10

*DAYTON

W, 68-65 (2OT)

9453

21 – Mitchell

7 – Reed, Ellis

2/17/10

*RHODE ISLAND

W, 62-57

7257

13 – Mitchell

9 – Reed

02/21/10

*at Massachusetts

W, 69-56

3454

16 – Cassity

7 – Reed

2/24/10

*XAVIER

L, 71-73

10008

21 – Mitchell

13 – Reed

2/27/10

*DUQUESNE

W, 69-59

8169

23 – Mitchell

7 – Conklin

3/3/10

*TEMPLE

L, 51-57

7984

16 – Reed

4 – Reed, Mitchell

3/6/10

*at Dayton

W, 71-66

13435

20 – Mitchell

6 – Reed

3/12/10

^vs. Rhode Island

L, 47-63

5416

18 – Mitchell

6 – Reed, Ellis

3/16/10

& INDIANA STATE

W, 63-54

3542

19 – Mitchell

8 – Reed

3/22/10

& GREEN BAY

W, 68-62 (2OT)

4235

21 – Reed

10 – Reed

3/24/10

& PRINCETON

W, 69-59

4682

21 – Mitchell

10 – Reed

03/29/10

& at VCU

L, 56-68

4386

11 – Reed

6 – Reed

3/31/10

& VCU

L, 65-71

5612

16 – Reed

7 – Remekun

! Chicago Invitational Challenge * Conference game ^ A-10 Championship (Atlantic City, N.J. & College Basketball Invitational (CBI)

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2009-10 Team Superlatives SAINT LOUIS HIGH

SAINT LOUIS LOW

CATEGORY

OPPONENT HIGH

OPPONENT LOW

79, at Duquesne

26, at Richmond

Points Scored

75, at Duquesne

39, MVSU

45, Kennesaw State

15, at Bowling Green

Points / Half

47, VCU, Dayton

15, MVSU

32, Fordham

17, at Georgia, at BGSU

30, Xavier

13, MVSU

66, Fordham, at Duquesne

41, UMKC

70, at Duquesne

44, vs. Notre Dame

.580, Kennesaw State

.338, at Charlotte

.529, VCU

.275, SEMO

12, at Dayton, MVSU

0, at Richmond

3-Point Field Goals

8, Rhode Island

0, at Charlotte

29, at George Washington

2, at VCU

3-Point FG Attempts

24, Rhode Island

6, Fordham, Temple

.800, at UMass

.000, at Richmond

3-Point FG%

.667, Fordham

.000, at Charlotte

24, Belmont

0, at Richmond

Free Throws

26, Missouri State

5, Eastern Ill., Rhode Is.

37, UMKC

2, at VCU

36, at Duquesne

7, Eastern Illinois

.800, at UMass

.000, at Richmond

.867, Missouri State

.385, Rhode Island

18, Belmont, Rockhurst

4, three times

Offensive Rebounds

23, at Duquesne

6, three times

35, Green Bay

17, VCU

Defensive Rebounds

35, Dayton, at Charlotte

18, KSU, Princeton

48, Rockhurst

23, Temple

53, at Duquesne

25, Duquesne

27, at Duquesne

9, Eastern Illinois

Fouls

29, UMKC

8, Temple

20, Kennesaw State

3, UMKC

Assists

17, at VCU

3, SEMO

23, at Richmond

6, Xavier

Turnovers

21, at Duquesne

6, vs. Rhode Island

10, Eastern Ill., Belmont

0, at VCU

Blocked Shots

8, at Richmond, at Georgia

0, four times

13, at Georgia

1, vs. Rhode Island

13, at Richmond

1, vs. Iowa State

Total Field Goals Field Goal Attempts FG Percentage

Free Throw Atts. FT Percentage

Total Rebounds

Steals

Individual Superlatives SAINT LOUIS

CATEGORY

33, Kwamain MItchell, UMKC

Points Scored

11, Kwamain Mitchell, UMKC

Total Field Goals

19, Willie Reed, vs. Notre Dame 1.00 (5-5), twice, Jon Smith, SBU, at BGSU 6, Cody Ellis, at George Washington 12, Kwamain Mitchell, Eastern Illinois 1.00 (2-2), twice 9, three times

OPPONENT 27, Brandon Rozzell, VCU 11, Jordan Crawford, Xavier

Total Field Goals Attempted

21, Damian Saunders, Duquesne

Highest FG% (5 made)

1.00 (6-6), Devin Searcy, Dayton

3-Point Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 3-Point FG% (2 made) Free Throws

6, Akeem Richmond, Rhode Island 13, Troy Cotton, Green Bay 1.00, (2-2), three times 8, Kevin Dillard, Southern Illinois

16, Willie Reed, at La Salle

Free Throws Attempted

10, three times

1.00 (7-7), Cody Ellis, Xavier

Free Throw Percentage

1.00 (7-7), Jermaine Mallett, Missouri State

15, Willie Reed, vs. Notre Dame 7, twice 6, Christian Salecich, Kennesaw State 6, Cory Remekun, Belmont 5, Kwamain Mitchell, MVSU

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Total Rebounds

17, Damian Saunders, at Duquesne

Assists

7, Malcolm Eleby, St. Bonaventure

Turnovers

8, Shamari Spears, at Charlotte

Blocked Shots

4, five times

Steals

4, four times

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Atlantic 10 Statistics SCORING AVERAGE Player (Team) 1. CRAWFORD, Jordan-XU 2. HARRIS, Ricky-UM 3. GREEN, Rodney-LAS 4. GASTON, Chris-FOR 5. ANDERSON, Kevin-UR 6. BUTLER, Brenton-FOR 7. NICHOLSON, Andrew-SBU 8. SPEARS, Shamari-CHA 9. MITCHELL, Kwamain-SLU 10. SAUNDERS, Damian-DUQ

G 35 31 30 28 35 28 30 30 35 32

Pts. 718 613 554 504 622 461 491 480 557 479

Avg. 20.5 19.8 18.5 18.0 17.8 16.5 16.4 16.0 15.9 15.0

REBOUNDING AVERAGE Player (Team) 1. GASTON, Chris-FOR 2. SAUNDERS, Damian-DUQ 3. ALLEN, Lavoy-TU 4. LOVE, Jason-XU 5. BRASWELL, Chris-CHA 6. REED, Willie-SLU 7. McLEAN, Jamel-XU 8. ULMER, Lamonte-URI 9. WRIGHT, Chris-UD 10. NICHOLSON, Andrew-SBU

G 28 32 35 35 31 35 35 36 37 30

Reb. 319 360 375 305 266 278 262 267 269 213

Avg. 11.4 11.3 10.7 8.7 8.6 7.9 7.5 7.4 7.3 7.1

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Player (Team) 1. REED, Willie-SLU 2. NICHOLSON, Andrew-SBU 3. HALL, Jonathan-SBU 4. WRIGHT, Chris-UD 5. SAUNDERS, Damian-DUQ 6. SPEARS, Shamari-CHA 7. CRAWFORD, Jordan-XU 8. ANDERSON, Kevin-UR 9. MITCHELL, Kwamain-SLU 10. GASTON, Chris-FOR

G 35 30 28 37 32 30 35 35 35 28

FG/A 176/300 198/351 143/274 187/373 193/390 176/379 260/563 230/504 200/444 190/423

Pct. .587 .564 .522 .501 .495 .464 .462 .456 .450 .449

G 34 31 35 35 31 35 36 35 35 31

3FG/A 73/161 48/113 57142 56142 101/258 79/202 81/209 76/208 64/178 48/135

Pct. .453 .425 .401 .394 .391 .391 .388 .365 .360 .356

G 35 31 31 35 28

FT/A 154/182 99/118 80/98 124/152 117/144

Pct. .846 .839 .816 .816 .813

3-PT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Player (Team) 1. FERNANDEZ, Juan-TU 2. REDFORD, Brad-XU 3. JACKSON, Dante’-XU 4. BUTLER, Ryan-UR 5. MATTHEWS, Chris-SBU 6. CRAWFORD, Jordan-XU 7. RICHMOND, Akeem-URI 8. GONZALVEZ, David-UR 9. MITCHELL, Kwamain-SLU 10. KROMAH, Lasan-GW FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Player (Team) 1. HOLLOWAY, Terrell-XU 2. HOLLIS, Damian-GW 3. GREEN, Derrio-CHA 4. ANDERSON, Kevin-UR 5. BUTLER, Brenton-FOR

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

CRAWFORD, Jordan-XU WILLIAMSON, Garrett-SJU SPEARS, Shamari-CHA NICHOLSON, Andrew-SBU BRASWELL, Chris-CHA

35 31 30 30 31

119/154 135/176 121/158 95/125 98/129

.773 .767 .766 .760 .760

ASSISTS AVERAGE Player (Team) 1. HARRIS, Dijuan-CHA 2. GREEN, Rodney-LAS 3. TAYLOR, Tony-GW 4. WARREN, London-UD 5. JONES, Marquis-URI 6. HOLLOWAY, Terrell-XU 7. WILLIAMSON, Garrett-SJU 8. EVANS, Eric-DUQ 9. HALL, Jonathan-SBU 10. FERNANDEZ, Juan-TU

G 31 30 31 37 36 35 31 32 28 34

Ast. 143 128 129 153 146 138 120 121 102 122

Avg. 4.61 4.27 4.16 4.14 4.06 3.94 3.87 3.78 3.64 3.59

STEALS AVERAGE Player (Team) 1. SAUNDERS, Damian-DUQ 2. KROMAH, Lasan-GW 3. GONZALVEZ, David-UR 4. ANDERSON, Kevin-UR 5. WILLIAMSON, Garrett-SJU 6. COTHRAN, Keith-URI 7. BUTLER, Ryan-UR 8. GREEN, Rodney-LAS 9. GOVENS, Darrin-SJU 10. GREEN, Derrio-CHA

G 32 31 35 35 31 36 35 30 31 31

Stl. 89 62 65 61 54 61 57 48 47 46

Avg. 2.78 2.00 1.86 1.74 1.74 1.69 1.63 1.60 1.52 1.48

BLOCKS AVERAGE Player (Team) 1. SAUNDERS, Damian-DUQ 2. MURRAY, Aaric-LAS 3. JONES, Phil-CHA 4. REED, Willie-SLU 5. NICHOLSON, Andrew-SBU 6. GASTON, Chris-FOR 7. GARRETT, Darrius-UR 8. WRIGHT, Chris-UD 9. ALLEN, Lavoy-TU LOVE, Jason-XU

G 32 30 31 35 30 28 35 37 35 35

BLK 94 70 65 73 55 50 60 53 50 50

Avg. 2.94 2.33 2.10 2.09 1.83 1.79 1.71 1.43 1.43 1.43

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO Player (Team) 1. MEJIA, Stevie-URI 2. TAYLOR, Tony-GW 3. JONES, Marquis-URI 4. HARRIS, Dijuan-CHA 5. GUZMAN,Luis-TU 6. HOLLOWAY, Terrell-XU 7. FERNANDEZ, Juan-TU 8. WARREN, London-UD 9. EVANS, Eric-DUQ 10. LOWERY, Rob-UD

G 36 31 36 31 35 35 34 37 32 31

A/TO 127/46 129/51 146/58 143/66 112/54 138/69 122/66 153/85 121/75 108/69

Ratio 2.76 2.53 2.52 2.17 2.07 2.00 1.85 1.80 1.61 1.57

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Atlantic 10 Team Statistics SCORING MARGIN Team 1. Xavier 2. Temple 3. Dayton 4. Richmond 5. Rhode Island 6. Saint Louis 7. Charlotte 8. George Washington 9. St. Bonaventure 10. Duquesne 11. La Salle 12. Massachusetts 13. Saint Joseph’s 14. Fordham

G 35 35 37 35 36 36 31 31 31 32 30 32 31 28

Off. 79.8 64.9 70.2 69.3 76.0 63.4 73.4 70.3 70.1 70.3 70.4 70.7 69.1 64.0

Def. 69.5 56.8 62.3 62.7 70.2 60.2 71.1 68.2 70.4 71.4 73.1 74.9 75.2 79.3

SCORING DEFENSE Team 1. Temple 2. Saint Louis 3. Dayton 4. Richmond 5. George Washington 6. Xavier 7. Rhode Island 8. St. Bonaventure 9. Charlotte 10. Duquesne 11. La Salle 12. Massachusetts 13. Saint Joseph’s 14. Fordham

G 35 36 37 35 31 35 36 31 31 32 30 32 31 28

Pts. 1987 2168 2305 2196 2113 2433 2528 2182 2205 2284 2193 2396 2330 2220

Avg. 56.8 60.2 62.3 62.7 68.2 69.5 70.2 70.4 71.1 71.4 73.1 74.9 75.2 79.3

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Team 1. St. Bonaventure 2. Xavier 3. Richmond 4. Rhode Island 5. Dayton 6. La Salle 7. Saint Louis 8. Temple 9. George Washington 10. Duquesne 11. Charlotte 12. Saint Joseph’s 13. Massachusetts 14. Fordham

G 31 35 35 36 37 30 36 35 31 32 31 31 32 28

FG 803 961 868 991 909 756 826 851 783 819 756 731 795 645

FGA 1734 2082 1943 2226 2050 1718 1882 1942 1800 1920 1807 1775 1976 1698

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+/+10.3 +8.2 +7.9 +6.6 +5.8 +3.2 +2.3 +2.2 -0.3 -1.0 -2.7 -4.2 -6.1 -15.2

Pct. .463 .462 .447 .445 .443 .440 .439 .438 .435 .427 .418 .412 .402 .380

3-PT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Team G 1. Xavier 35 2. Richmond 35 3. Dayton 37 4. St. Bonaventure 31 5. Temple 35 6. La Salle 30 7. Rhode Island 36 8. George Washington 31 9. Saint Louis 36 10. Charlotte 31 11. Massachusetts 32 12. Saint Joseph’s 31 13. Fordham 28 14. Duquesne 32

FG 250 250 256 161 204 164 235 154 215 201 227 191 134 172

FGA 664 704 744 474 605 487 704 467 674 646 754 637 482 659

Pct. .377 .355 .344 .340 .337 .337 .334 .330 .319 .311 .301 .300 .278 .261

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Team 1. Charlotte 2. Xavier 3. Saint Joseph’s 4. Richmond 5. Rhode Island 6. Temple 7. Fordham 8. La Salle 9. Dayton 10. Massachusetts 11. St. Bonaventure 12. George Washington 13. Saint Louis 14. Duquesne

FT 563 621 488 441 520 367 369 435 525 445 406 460 416 441

FTA 768 873 687 630 745 533 544 652 789 670 614 705 672 730

Pct. .733 .711 .710 .700 .698 .689 .678 .667 .665 .664 .661 .652 .619 .604

FG 727 778 761 792 884 700 785 800 787 843 844 782 786 963

FGA 1897 1981 1927 1962 2158 1691 1891 1920 1803 1920 1894 1747 1729 2074

Pct. .383 .393 .395 .404 .410 .414 .415 .417 .436 .439 .446 .448 .455 .464

G 31 35 31 35 36 35 28 30 37 32 31 31 36 32

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE Team G 1. Temple 35 2. Dayton 37 3. Richmond 35 4. Saint Louis 36 5. Xavier 35 6. George Washington 31 7. Charlotte 31 8. Duquesne 32 9. La Salle 30 10. Massachusetts 32 11. Saint Joseph’s 31 12. St. Bonaventure 31 13. Fordham 28 14. Rhode Island 36

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Atlantic 10 All-Conference Teams REBOUNDING MARGIN Team 1. Dayton 2. Xavier 3. La Salle 4. George Washington 5. Temple 6. Massachusetts 7. Charlotte 8. St. Bonaventure 9. Rhode Island 10. Saint Louis 11. Fordham 12. Duquesne 13. Richmond 14. Saint Joseph’s BLOCKED SHOTS Team 1. Rhode Island 2. Saint Louis 3. La Salle 4. Richmond 5. Duquesne 6. Fordham 7. Charlotte 8. Massachusetts 9. St. Bonaventure 10. Xavier 11. George Washington 12. Saint Joseph’s 13. Dayton 14. Temple

G 37 35 30 31 35 32 31 31 36 36 28 32 35 31 G 36 36 30 35 32 28 31 32 31 35 31 31 37 35

Avg. 38.7 40.4 38.9 38.6 36.6 40.2 39.6 35.5 34.9 33.5 37.4 37.3 32.5 32.3 Pts. 181 169 140 158 138 115 126 124 119 132 109 108 128 104

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE TEAM G 3FG 1. Temple 35 176 2. Saint Louis 36 138 3. Xavier 35 201 4. Richmond 35 181 5. Dayton 37 217 6. Charlotte 31 212 7. St. Bonaventure 31 186 8. Saint Joseph’s 31 212 9. Fordham 28 175 10. Rhode Island 36 186 11. La Salle 30 208 12. Duquesne 32 234 13. George Washington 31 234 14. Massachusetts 32 226

Opp. 32.9 35.2 34.5 34.4 32.7 37.4 37.0 33.7 36.4 35.6 40.9 41.3 37.9 40.3

+/+5.8 +5.3 +4.4 +4.2 +3.9 +2.8 +2.5 +1.7 -1.5 -2.1 -3.5 -3.9 -5.4 -8.0

Avg. 5.03 4.69 4.67 4.51 4.31 4.11 4.06 3.88 3.84 3.77 3.52 3.48 3.46 2.97

3FGA 618 480 674 602 710 690 559 635 515 543 604 673 668 613

Pct. .285 .288 .298 .301 .306 .307 .333 .334 .340 .343 .344 .348 .350 .369

2009-10 All-Conference Teams First Team Kevin Anderson Lavoy Allen Jordan Crawford Damian Saunders Chris Wright

School Richmond Temple Xavier Duquesne Dayton

Pos Class G Junior F Junior G Sophomore F Junior F Junior

Second Team Ryan Brooks David Gonzalvez Rodney Green Kwamain Mitchell Andrew Nicholson

School Temple Richmond La Salle Saint Louis St. Bonaventure

Pos Class G Senior G Senior G Senior G Sophomore F Sophomore

Third Team Keith Cothran Ricky Harris Delroy James Jason Love Shamari Spears

School Rhode Island Massachusetts Rhode Island Xavier Charlotte

Pos G G F C F

Class Senior Senior Junior Senior Junior

Rookie Chris Braswell Cody Ellis Chris Gaston Lasan Kromah Aaric Murray Akeem Richmond

School Pos Charlotte F Saint Louis F Fordham F George Washington G La Salle C Rhode Island G

Class Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman

Honorable Mention Juan Fernandez Damian Hollis Willie Reed

Schol Pos Class Temple G Sophomore George Washington F Senior Saint Louis F Sophomore

Defensive Team Lavoy Allen David Gonzalvez Damian Saunders London Warren Garrett Williamson

School Temple Richmond Duquesne Dayton Saint Joseph’s

Pos F G F G G

Academic Team Brian Conklin Jason Duty Kurt Hueslman Will Martell Yves Mekongo

School Saint Louis Duquesne Dayton Rhode Island La Salle

Pos Class F Sophomore G Junior F/C Senior C Junior F Senior

Class Junior Senior Junior Senior Senior

Player of the Year – Kevin Anderson, Richmond Rookie of the Year – Chris Gaston, Fordham Def. Player of the Year – Damian Saunders, Duquesne Sixth Player of the Year – Ramone Moore, Temple Chris Daniels Most Improved – Chris Johnson, Dayton Student-Athlete of the Year – Yves Mekongo, La Salle Coach of the Year – Fran Dunphy, Temple

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2009-10 Box Scores Game 1: Saint Louis 59, Southeast Missouri 41

Game 2: Saint Louis 69, Nebraska 55

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         

              

     

    

  

           

           





           

                                                       

        



   

           

           

           

           

           



 

 

        



           

  

           

           

    

        

         

         





         

                                               

        



   

         

         



         

         

         

  

 

        

         

  

     







 

 

 

  

   

 

         

   

       

  

 

CUMMINGS, Markeith HERAMB, Matt NICKERSON, Jon-Micha WOODS, Kurtis McCONNELL, Kelvin DIXON, Spencer GREEN, LaDaris IRBY, Cortez WHIPPLE, Jonathan Team Totals

14 30 01 03 05 15 21 41

FG % 1st Half: 12-33 36.4% 3FG % 1st Half: 2-9 22.2% FT % 1st Half: 2-4 50.0%

Player

14

CONKLIN, Brian REED, Willie MITCHELL, Kwamain SALECICH, Christian CASSITY, Kyle JORDAN, Justin JOHN, Femi SMITH, Jon REMEKUN, Cory Team Totals

33 03 15 23 12 13 21 32

FG % 1st Half: 12-24 50.0% 3FG % 1st Half: 2-7 28.6% FT % 1st Half: 5-6 83.3%

         







        

f f f g g

5-12 3-5 7-15 3-11 2-7 4-6 2-4 0-1 0-0

1-3 0-0 2-3 2-5 2-7 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

3-6 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-0 1-2

26-61

7-19

7-12

2nd half: 14-28 50.0% 2nd half: 5-10 50.0% 2nd half: 5-8 62.5%

3 3 6 2 1 4 5 1 2 4 6 2 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 3 1 2 3 0 3 1 4 4 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 4 0 1 1 12 18 30 17

         

           

        



   



         

         

         

         

         

         



 

 

        

  

    

         

         

         







        

                                              



   

         

         



         

         

         

  

 

        

         

  

     







 

 

 

  

   

 

   

       

  

 

Player

26 25 30 24 36 28 12 4 15

15

BEHLING, Shannon HOLMES, Jason CHEEKS,Julius MAYO, Michael BURWELL,Kevin JACKSON, D'Angelo STUDIVANT,Amos LAMB,Ricky COX, Cor-J HOLMES, Mark Team Totals

14 6 17 8 6 10 4 0 1

1 0 1 1 3 3 0 0 0

1 5 2 0 0 0 1 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

2 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0

66

9

9

2

6 200

Game: 26-61 42.6% Game: 7-19 36.8% Game: 7-12 58.3%

4-7 4-5 3-5 5-10 7-9 2-5 3-7 0-1 1-1

0-0 0-0 0-1 3-7 4-5 2-4 1-3 0-0 0-0

29-50 10-20

3-5 1-3 1-1 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 8-13

2nd half: 17-26 65.4% 2nd half: 8-13 61.5% 2nd half: 3-7 42.9%

1st

2nd

Total

28 31

38 45

66 76

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

##

A TO Blk Stl

42 10 13 25 11 12 22 23 30

Deadball Rebounds 2

FG % 1st Half: 7-20 3FG % 1st Half: 1-4 FT % 1st Half: 9-11

35.0% 25.0% 81.8%

1 3 4 3 1 11 12 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 4 2 0 4 4 2 0 1 1 1 2 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 3 8 26 34 14

TP

A TO Blk Stl

11 9 7 15 18 6 7 1 2

2 1 6 6 2 2 1 0 0

0 2 2 2 3 3 2 0 0 2 76 20 16

Min

0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

1 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0

6

6 200

27 31 34 34 30 14 16 3 11

##

Player

14

CONKLIN, Brian REED, Willie MITCHELL, Kwamain SALECICH, Christian CASSITY, Kyle JORDAN, Justin JOHN, Femi YOUNG, Darrin SMITH, Jon REID, Jeff REMEKUN, Cory Team Totals

33 03 15 23 12 13 20 21

Game: 29-50 58.0% Game: 10-20 50.0% Game: 8-13 61.5%

Deadball Rebounds 0

22 32

FG % 1st Half: 12-27 44.4% 3FG % 1st Half: 4-15 26.7% FT % 1st Half: 3-4 75.0%

Points KSU SLU

f f g g g

4-15 5-10 1-6 0-2 0-4 2-7 1-2 0-0 0-1 0-0

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

13-47 2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

2-12

6-27 1-8 2-6

2-2 2-5 0-0 0-0 1-2 5-5 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0

2 4 6 1 2 2 4 4 2 4 6 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 3 3 3 1 4 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 5 1 6 11-17 12 21 33 13

22.2% 12.5% 33.3%

TP

A TO Blk Stl

10 13 3 0 1 9 3 0 0 0

1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

2 2 5 0 3 1 2 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

39

4 15

1

2 200

Game: 13-47 27.7% Game: 2-12 16.7% Game: 11-17 64.7%

Min

33 31 35 14 28 22 21 1 14 1

Deadball Rebounds 2

Saint Louis 75 • 4-0

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

f f g g g

Last FG - KSU 2nd-00:24, SLU 2nd-00:54. Largest lead - KSU None, SLU by 14 1st-11:33.

In Paint 26 32

Off T/O 22 14

2nd Fast Chance Break 12 4 9 8

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 0 times.

Bench 15 16

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

f f g g g

1-6 8-9 4-6 4-8 4-6 4-10 2-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1

0-0 0-0 1-3 3-7 2-4 4-7 2-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

28-53 12-27

3-4 1-2 0-0 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-10

2nd half: 16-26 61.5% 2nd half: 8-12 66.7% 2nd half: 4-6 66.7%

3 0 3 3 0 4 4 1 0 3 3 3 1 3 4 1 0 1 1 1 0 3 3 2 0 4 4 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 2 0 1 1 1 0 2 2 5 1 3 4 6 26 32 20

TP

A TO Blk Stl

5 17 9 14 10 12 6 0 0 0 2

0 2 6 3 5 2 1 0 0 0 0

75 19

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

Min

1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

3

6 200

Game: 28-53 52.8% Game: 12-27 44.4% Game: 7-10 70.0%

17 23 22 29 26 22 22 3 15 9 12

Deadball Rebounds 1

Officials: Jerry Heater, Dan Stryffeler, Bill Covington Sr. Technical fouls: Miss. Valley State-TEAM. Saint Louis-None. Attendance: 6842 Score by periods Miss. Valley State Saint Louis

1st

2nd

Total

24 31

15 44

39 75

Last FG - MVSU 2nd-01:19, SLU 2nd-02:31. Largest lead - MVSU None, SLU by 39 2nd-02:31.

44

                                              

         



Min

TP

Officials: James Barker, Brent Hampton, Clarence Armstrong Technical fouls: Kennesaw State-None. Saint Louis-None. Attendance: 6538 Score by periods Kennesaw State Saint Louis

         

Game 4: Saint Louis 75, Mississippi Valley State 39

Saint Louis 76 • 3-0 ##

         

Miss. Valley State 39 • 1-4 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

02

    

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Miss. Valley State vs Saint Louis 11/24/09 7 pm at St. Louis, Mo. (Chaifetz Arena)

Kennesaw State 66 • 2-1

Player

           



Game 3: Saint Louis 76, Kennesaw State 66 Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Kennesaw State vs Saint Louis 11/22/09 1 p.m. at St. Louis, Mo. (Chaifetz Arena)

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         



        



         





Points MVSU SLU

In Paint 22 28

Off T/O 7 26

2nd Fast Chance Break 13 0 1 6

Bench 12 20

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 0 times.

2010-11 Saint Louis Billikens Basketball • SLUBillikens.com


2009-10 Box Scores Game 5: Iowa State 65, Saint Louis 54

Game 6: Notre Dame 64, Saint Louis 52

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics St. Louis vs Iowa State 11/27/09 5:00 pm at UIC Pavilion (Chicago, IL)

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Notre Dame vs St. Louis 11/28/09 4:30 pm at UIC Pavilion (Chicago, IL)

St. Louis 54 • 4-1

Notre Dame 64 • 6-1 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

##

Player

14

CONKLIN, Brian REED, Willie SALECICH, Christian CASSITY, Kyle Mitchell, Kwamain JORDAN, Justin JOHN, Femi REID, Jeff REMEKUN, Cory Team Totals

33 15 23 3 12 13 22 32

FG % 1st Half: 12-25 48.0% 3FG % 1st Half: 0-7 0.0% FT % 1st Half: 3-7 42.9%

f f g g g

8-10 5-10 2-7 0-3 2-10 1-6 2-7 1-1 2-2

0-0 0-0 0-3 0-2 1-6 0-3 0-2 0-0 0-0

2-4 4-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1

23-56

1-16

7-12

2nd half: 11-31 35.5% 2nd half: 1-9 11.1% 2nd half: 4-5 80.0%

2 3 5 3 4 9 13 0 0 4 4 5 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 4 0 4 4 0 1 5 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 2 5 10 29 39 19

TP

A TO Blk Stl

18 14 4 0 5 2 4 2 5

1 1 4 1 2 1 2 0 0

Min

2 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 0

0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2

0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

54 12 15

4

3 200

Game: 23-56 41.1% Game: 1-16 6.3% Game: 7-12 58.3%

29 33 31 29 20 17 24 2 15

Deadball Rebounds 1

Iowa State 65 • 6-0 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

##

Player

21

Brackins, Craig Gilstrap, Marquis Hamilton, Justin Garrett, Diante Staiger, Lucca Christopherson, Scot Colvin, Chris Dendy, LaRon Vanderbeken, Jamie Boozer, Charles Team Totals

3 41 10 5 11 2 22 23 4

FG % 1st Half: 10-31 32.3% 3FG % 1st Half: 3-7 42.9% FT % 1st Half: 7-10 70.0%

f f c g g

6-18 3-10 0-0 5-11 3-8 2-6 0-1 1-1 2-3 0-0 22-58

2-3 0-1 0-0 1-1 2-6 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 6-14

2-3 5-6 0-0 5-6 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0

1 5 6 4 1 6 7 4 1 1 2 3 4 1 5 1 1 0 1 2 0 3 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 8 2 0 0 0 0 1 4 5 15-19 11 27 38 16

2nd half: 12-27 44.4% 2nd half: 3-7 42.9% 2nd half: 8-9 88.9%

TP

A TO Blk Stl

16 11 0 16 10 4 0 3 5 0

2 1 0 1 3 2 2 0 0 0

2 2 1 3 2 1 0 0 0 0

65 11 11

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 3

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

1st

2nd

Total

27 30

27 35

54 65

Points SLU IS

Last FG - SLU 2nd-00:25, IS 2nd-03:14. Largest lead - SLU by 2 1st-17:18, IS by 17 2nd-09:12.

Off T/O 6 14

2nd Fast Chance Break 10 2 7 8

44 20 23 3 21 34

FG % 1st Half: 10-23 43.5% 3FG % 1st Half: 1-4 25.0% FT % 1st Half: 6-8 75.0%

Player

14

CONKLIN, Brian REED, Willie SALECICH, Christian CASSITY, Kyle Mitchell, Kwamain JORDAN, Justin JOHN, Femi SMITH, Jon REID, Jeff REMEKUN, Cory Team Totals

23 3 12 13 21 22 32

FG % 1st Half: 10-33 30.3% 3FG % 1st Half: 1-8 12.5% FT % 1st Half: 3-3 100.0

13 14 15 33 12 21 23 32

FG % 1st Half: 5-20 3FG % 1st Half: 1-5 FT % 1st Half: 7-8

25.0% 20.0% 87.5%

Player

01

Leslie, Travis Ware, Dustin McPhee, Ricky Thompkins, Trey Jackson, Albert Mayfield, Demario Barnes, Chris Williams, Vincent Zlovaric, Drazen Price, Jeremy Team Totals

03 10 33 34 02 04 11 41 50

FG % 1st Half: 11-26 42.3% 3FG % 1st Half: 2-4 50.0% FT % 1st Half: 7-7 100.0

Score by periods Notre Dame St. Louis

1 3 2 5 2 0 1

Min

2 4 0 4 3 0 2

2 0 0 0 1 1 2

0 2 0 2 1 0 0

64 14 15

6

5 200

Game: 22-44 50.0% Game: 3-9 33.3% Game: 17-25 68.0%

f f g g g

5-11 7-19 0-6 0-5 6-14 1-2 1-2 1-1 0-0 0-2

0-0 0-0 0-4 0-4 1-6 1-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 6-8 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

26 35 29 36 35 25 14

Deadball Rebounds 2

21-62

3-17

7-9

2nd half: 11-29 37.9% 2nd half: 2-9 22.2% 2nd half: 4-6 66.7%

2 3 5 2 9 6 15 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 5 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 3 4 7 15 18 33 18

TP

A TO Blk Stl

10 20 0 0 14 3 3 2 0 0

1 0 0 2 3 1 0 1 0 0

1 1 0 1 4 1 1 0 0 1

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 3 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 0

52

8 10

1

8 200

Game: 21-62 33.9% Game: 3-17 17.6% Game: 7-9 77.8%

1st

2nd

Total

27 24

37 28

64 52

Points ND SLU

Min

32 32 28 22 33 13 19 5 4 12

Deadball Rebounds 1

In Paint 22 24

Last FG - ND 2nd-01:51, SLU 2nd-00:58. Largest lead - ND by 12 2nd-01:51, SLU by 1 1st-05:22.

* * * * *

5-14 3-7 1-4 0-3 4-10 2-4 0-0 2-4 0-3

3-8 1-3 0-0 0-3 0-0 1-2 0-0 2-3 0-0

17-49

7-19

3-5 2-2 2-4 2-2 6-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

1 3 4 4 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 2 6 8 3 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 2 3 5 1 1 1 2 3 2 3 5 15-19 10 20 30 20

2nd half: 12-29 41.4% 2nd half: 6-14 42.9% 2nd half: 8-11 72.7%

TP

A TO Blk Stl

Min

##

Player

16 9 4 2 14 5 0 6 0

0 1 1 0 0 4 0 1 0

27 25 35 18 32 22 0+ 29 12

22

56

7 17

Anthony Booker Nick Evans Kevin Dillard Kendal Brown-Surles Justin Bocot Jack Crowder Gene Teague John Freeman Carlton Fay Team Totals

2 1 0 6 2 3 0 2 1

1 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 2

4 1 2 0 4 1 0 1 0

55 01 02 23 15 21 34 45

7 13 200

Game: 17-49 34.7% Game: 7-19 36.8% Game: 15-19 78.9%

Deadball Rebounds 2

Off T/O 9 16

2nd Fast Chance Break 13 0 14 4

Bench 14 8

Score tied - 2 times. Lead changed - 6 times.

FG % 1st Half: 12-26 46.2% 3FG % 1st Half: 4-12 33.3% FT % 1st Half: 3-6 50.0%

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

f c g g g

1-8 3-6 6-17 0-4 3-8 3-5 1-1 3-6 2-9

0-1 0-0 3-9 0-3 0-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-6

22-64

4-23

1-2 0-2 8-10 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 3-5 0-0

2 2 4 4 2 2 4 5 0 3 3 4 0 2 2 3 2 2 4 3 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 6 1 7 2 1 4 5 3 4 3 7 13-21 19 20 39 26

2nd half: 10-38 26.3% 2nd half: 0-11 0.0% 2nd half: 10-15 66.7%

TP

A TO Blk Stl

3 6 23 0 6 6 3 9 5

0 0 3 1 1 0 1 1 0

3 0 4 1 0 0 2 1 2

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0

61

7 13

1

6 200

Game: 22-64 34.4% Game: 4-23 17.4% Game: 13-21 61.9%

Min

14 20 35 24 23 14 15 24 31

Deadball Rebounds 4

Saint Louis 71 • 5-3 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

* * * * *

2-6 5-9 2-5 6-15 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 6-10

0-0 3-6 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

21-50

5-10

3 6 9 3 1 3 4 0 0 1 1 3 2 1 3 4 0 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 4 4 1 3 2 5 17-20 10 24 34 16

2nd half: 10-24 41.7% 2nd half: 3-6 50.0% 2nd half: 10-13 76.9%

7-8 4-4 4-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3

TP

A TO Blk Stl

11 17 10 12 0 0 0 0 0 14

1 2 2 3 0 0 1 2 0 0

3 2 1 5 0 2 1 1 1 3

64 11 19

1 0 0 1 4 0 1 0 0 1

3 0 2 3 0 1 1 1 0 0

Min

##

Player

26 33 34 23 18 9 16 7 11 23

14

CONKLIN, Brian REED, Willie MITCHELL, Kwamain JOHN, Femi SALECICH, Christian JORDAN, Justin SMITH, Jon CASSITY, Kyle REMEKUN, Cory Team Totals

8 11 200

Game: 21-50 42.0% Game: 5-10 50.0% Game: 17-20 85.0%

Deadball Rebounds 2

Officials: Joe Lindsay, Tracy Woodson, Tim Clougherty Technical fouls: Saint Louis-None. Georgia-None. Attendance: 4650 Score by periods Saint Louis Georgia

A TO Blk Stl

6 18 5 14 7 12 2

Game 8: Saint Louis 71, Southern Illinois 61

Georgia 64 • 4-2 ##

2nd half: 12-21 57.1% 2nd half: 2-5 40.0% 2nd half: 11-17 64.7%

TP

Southern Illinois 61 • 3-2 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

MITCHELL, Kwamain JOHN, Femi CONKLIN, Brian SALECICH, Christian REED, Willie JORDAN, Justin SMITH, Jon CASSITY, Kyle REMEKUN, Cory Team Totals

3-9

3 7 10 4 4 5 9 4 0 6 6 2 2 1 3 1 0 2 2 0 0 4 4 0 0 2 2 1 1 0 1 17-25 10 27 37 12

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Southern Illinois vs Saint Louis 12/5/09 7 p.m. at St. Louis, Mo. (Chaifetz Arena)

Saint Louis 56 • 4-3

03

22-44

4-8 1-3 0-0 2-2 5-7 5-5 0-0

Officials: Bernard Clinton, Tony Dawkins, Freddie Williams Technical fouls: Notre Dame-None. St. Louis-Mitchell, Kwamain. Attendance:

Game 7: Georgia 64, Saint Louis 56

Player

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

Score tied - 5 times. Lead changed - 10 times.

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Saint Louis vs Georgia 12/02/09 7:00 p.m. at Stegeman Coliseum - Athens, Ga.

##

1-2 8-16 2-3 6-9 1-5 3-6 1-3

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

##

15

Bench 13 12

f f g g g

St. Louis 52 • 4-2

30 23 15 33 29 29 11 8 21 1

Deadball Rebounds 0

In Paint 42 24

Nash, Tyrone Harangody, Luke Peoples, Jonathan Hansbrough, Ben Jackson, Tory Abromaitis, Tim Scott, Carleton Team Totals

33

Officials: Bernard Clinton, Freddie Williams, Tony Dawkins Technical fouls: St. Louis-None. Iowa State-None. Attendance: Score by periods St. Louis Iowa State

Player

1

Min

1 200

Game: 22-58 37.9% Game: 6-14 42.9% Game: 15-19 78.9%

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

##

1st

2nd

Total

18 31

38 33

56 64

Last FG - SLU 2nd-00:23, UGA 2nd-01:53. Largest lead - SLU None, UGA by 20 2nd-17:01.

Points SLU UGA

In Paint 18 20

Off T/O 19 16

2nd Fast Chance Break 8 6 12 4

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 0 times.

Bench 11 14

33 03 13 15 12 21 23 32

FG % 1st Half: 11-24 45.8% 3FG % 1st Half: 2-6 33.3% FT % 1st Half: 6-8 75.0%

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

f f g g g

1-1 4-7 8-17 1-2 3-7 2-4 1-1 2-3 0-1

0-0 0-0 2-6 1-2 1-4 2-3 0-0 0-1 0-0

2-4 8-12 4-5 0-0 3-4 4-7 0-0 0-0 0-0

22-43

6-16

21-32

2nd half: 11-19 57.9% 2nd half: 4-10 40.0% 2nd half: 15-24 62.5%

0 3 3 1 1 11 12 2 0 4 4 2 0 2 2 1 1 2 3 5 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 1 2 1 2 3 4 27 31 17

TP

A TO Blk Stl

4 16 22 3 10 10 2 4 0

2 0 5 1 1 1 0 1 0

Min

2 1 4 1 2 1 0 2 1

0 4 1 0 0 0 1 1 0

1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

71 11 14

7

3 200

Game: 22-43 51.2% Game: 6-16 37.5% Game: 21-32 65.6%

35 34 33 16 25 25 2 21 9

Deadball Rebounds 8

Officials: Terry Wymer, Dwayne Gladden, Sean Casey Technical fouls: Southern Illinois-None. Saint Louis-None. Attendance: 9483 Score by periods Southern Illinois Saint Louis

1st

2nd

Total

31 30

30 41

61 71

Last FG - SIU 2nd-00:31, SLU 2nd-02:09. Largest lead - SIU by 3 1st-03:36, SLU by 12 2nd-05:17.

2010-11 Saint Louis Billikens Basketball • SLUBillikens.com

Points SIU SLU

In Paint 22 20

Off T/O 7 16

2nd Fast Chance Break 13 0 3 6

Bench 23 16

Score tied - 2 times. Lead changed - 2 times.

45


2009-10 Box Scores Game 9: Saint Louis 66, Rockhurst 53

Game 10: Saint Louis 75, Belmont 67 Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Belmont vs Saint Louis 12/16/09 7 p.m. at St. Louis, Mo. (Chaifetz Arena)

               

Belmont 67 • 7-3          

             

    

        

          

          

          







        

                                                  



##

Player

          

03

BELCHER, Keaton HEDGEPETH, Mick HOUSE, Jon JOHNSON, Kerron CLARK, Ian HANLEN, Drew RICE, Jonny SAUNDERS, Scott CAMPBELL, Jordan BAKER, Brandon Team Totals



   

          

          

          

          

          



 

 

        

  

34 13 14 21 01 04 23 32 45

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

f f g g g

FG % 1st Half: 11-23 47.8% 3FG % 1st Half: 2-4 50.0% FT % 1st Half: 6-9 66.7%

          

            

    

        

         

         





         

                                               

        

  



 





 

  

 

   

 

Player CONKLIN, Brian REED, Willie MITCHELL, Kwamain JOHN, Femi SALECICH, Christian JORDAN, Justin SMITH, Jon CASSITY, Kyle REMEKUN, Cory Team Totals



14

         

         

         

         

         

         

33



 

 

      

03 13 15 12 21 23 32

FG % 1st Half: 12-32 37.5% 3FG % 1st Half: 2-5 40.0% FT % 1st Half: 7-11 63.6%

  

          



    

           

           





           

                                                       

        



   

           

           

           

           

           



 

 

        





           



  

      

        

         

    

       

       

       







        







 

 

 

 

46

      

f f g g g

3-8 7-10 7-12 2-6 1-6 2-4 0-1 1-7 1-4

0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-3 0-1 0-0 1-6 0-0

25 22 22 24 29 20 5 14 28 11

67 10 19

2

4 200 Deadball Rebounds 4

24-58

3-13

7-14 2-5 4-4 1-1 4-4 4-6 0-0 2-2 0-0

6 3 9 4 2 7 9 3 1 2 3 2 2 3 5 5 0 4 4 3 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 4 4 2 1 3 24-36 18 21 39 23

2nd half: 12-26 46.2% 2nd half: 1-8 12.5% 2nd half: 17-25 68.0%

1st

2nd

Total

30 33

37 42

67 75

TP

A TO Blk Stl

13 16 20 5 6 8 0 5 2

2 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 1

75

8 13 10

2 1 2 1 3 1 0 2 1

0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 6

0 1 2 0 0 0 0 3 1

Min

34 20 28 16 32 18 5 26 21

7 200

Game: 24-58 41.4% Game: 3-13 23.1% Game: 24-36 66.7%

Deadball Rebounds 6

Points BEL SLU

In Paint 34 30

Off T/O 15 19

2nd Fast Chance Break 13 0 20 2

Bench 23 15

Score tied - 4 times. Lead changed - 1 time.

                                      

   

       

       



       



       

       

  

 

        

  

         

         





        

                                              



   



         

         

         

         

         

         

  

 

        

  





       

         



                           

        





     

 



          

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1

Game 12: Saint Louis 61, UMKC 54

 

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

          



        

Min

1 4 0 5 3 0 1 0 3 2

  



             

0 0 1 4 3 1 0 0 1 0

Game: 22-53 41.5% Game: 3-9 33.3% Game: 20-27 74.1%

Last FG - BEL 2nd-00:05, SLU 2nd-01:03. Largest lead - BEL by 2 1st-19:24, SLU by 14 2nd-07:51.

Game 11: Missouri State 73, Saint Louis 63



A TO Blk Stl

9 13 2 11 9 8 0 8 7 0

 

  



TP

Officials: Bo Boroski, Frank Spencer, Jackie Sanders Technical fouls: Belmont-None. Saint Louis-CONKLIN, Brian. Attendance: 6432 Score by periods Belmont Saint Louis

       

3-9

0 1 1 3 2 4 6 4 0 0 0 2 0 5 5 4 4 2 6 4 0 3 3 2 0 0 0 0 5 0 5 1 0 3 3 4 0 1 1 4 2 3 5 20-27 13 22 35 28

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

##

   

  

22-53

0-0 3-4 0-0 3-4 3-3 6-6 0-0 4-8 1-2 0-0

Saint Louis 75 • 7-3



        

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

2nd half: 11-30 36.7% 2nd half: 1-5 20.0% 2nd half: 14-18 77.8%

          

4-7 5-11 1-3 4-6 3-13 1-1 0-0 2-6 2-4 0-2

      

         

            

        

               

          

         

                                               

        

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   



         

         

         

         

         

         



 

 

        

  

     

   

   

       

 

  

  







 

 

 

 

  

   

   

       

  

 

2010-11 Saint Louis Billikens Basketball • SLUBillikens.com


2009-10 Box Scores Game 13: Saint Louis 60, Eastern Illinois 42

Game 14: Bowling Green 59, Saint Louis 50

  

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics St. Louis vs Bowling Green 01/02/10 7:00 p.m. at Bowling Green, Ohio

              

              

     

St. Louis 50 • 9-5

         

     

  

            

            

            







     

  

                                                          

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   

            

            

            

            

            



 

 

        



            

         

            

    

        

         

         

         







        

                                   



   

         

         

         

 

         

         

13 15 12 21 23 32

FG % 1st Half: 7-20 3FG % 1st Half: 1-8 FT % 1st Half: 0-2

 

        





 

 



01 04 12 33 50

FG % 1st Half: 9-23 3FG % 1st Half: 1-4 FT % 1st Half: 5-6

  

  

 

 

   

   

       

THOMAS, Scott MARSCHALL, Erik POLK, Otis JAKUBOWSKI, Joe BROWN, Dee CRAWFORD, Jordon GOINS, Darion ERGER, James MCELROY, Danny LARSON, Marc Team Totals

22

     

Player

10

14

 

         

            

        

f f c g g

        

          

          

          

          







                                                  

        



   

          

          



##

Player

          

14

CONKLIN, Brian REMEKUN, Cory MITCHELL, Kwamain SALECICH, Christian CASSITY, Kyle JORDAN, Justin JOHN, Femi SMITH, Jon ELLIS, Cody REED, Willie Team Totals

          

          

          

  

    

32 03 15 23 12 13 21 24 33

FG % 1st Half: 10-22 45.5% 3FG % 1st Half: 3-10 30.0% FT % 1st Half: 0-0 0.0%

0 3 4 2 2 0 2 3 2 1 50 12 19

Min

0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 1

2 0 2 0 0 3 1 1 0

5

9 200

Game: 17-45 37.8% Game: 6-19 31.6% Game: 10-14 71.4%

19 16 37 14 22 22 26 25 19

Deadball Rebounds 2

2-6 4-10 6-10 0-4 3-6 2-4 0-1 0-1 0-0 2-5

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

19-47

3-8

1-2 3-4 1-2 0-0 5-5 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-4

0 2 2 2 2 5 7 4 6 3 9 5 0 2 2 0 0 5 5 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 6 9 4 1 1 2 18-21 12 24 36 17

TP

A TO Blk Stl

7 11 13 0 12 8 0 0 0 8

4 1 0 3 0 3 0 1 0 0

Min

1 3 5 1 4 3 0 0 0 3

0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

0 2 1 1 1 2 0 2 0 0

59 12 20

5

9 200

Game: 19-47 40.4% Game: 3-8 37.5% Game: 18-21 85.7%

31 29 24 30 30 20 3 6 1 26

Deadball Rebounds 1

1st

2nd

Total

15 24

35 35

50 59

Points SLU BGSU

In Paint 14 26

Off T/O 15 16

2nd Fast Chance Break 7 4 8 7

Bench 23 16

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 0 times.

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

f f g g g

        

        

        







     

  

                                          



   

        

        

Player



25

        

30

SAUNDERS, Damian CLARK, Bill EVANS, Eric DUTY, Jason MONTEIRO, B.J. ROBINSON, Chase WILLIAMS, Morakinyo JOHNSON, Sean BOLDING, Melquan PEGGAU, Rodrigo Team Totals

        

        

        

  

 

        

  







 

 

 

 

2-2 2-4 6-15 2-3 6-7 1-3 2-4 1-5 5-14 4-9

0-0 0-0 0-4 0-1 3-4 1-3 0-1 0-0 2-6 0-0

31-66

6-19

0-0 0-0 7-11 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 1-3

0 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 3 4 3 0 3 3 3 0 0 0 4 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 5 5 3 8 5 3 8 11 1 1 3 4 3 0 5 5 11-20 10 29 39 27

2nd half: 13-28 46.4% 2nd half: 2-7 28.6% 2nd half: 1-6 16.7%

OT: 8-16 50.0% OT: 1-2 50.0% OT: 10-14 71.4%

TP

A TO Blk Stl

4 4 19 5 15 3 4 2 14 9

1 0 3 1 4 2 1 0 4 0

Min

1 1 1 2 3 2 1 2 2 2

0 1 0 1 1 0 0 4 0 1

0 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 0

79 16 17

8

7 250

Game: 31-66 47.0% Game: 6-19 31.6% Game: 11-20 55.0%

15 16 42 19 46 15 19 19 31 28

Deadball Rebounds 4

Duquesne 75 • (9-8, 0-3 A10) ##

03 13 32 02 05 20 23 33

FG % 1st Half: 10-23 43.5% 3FG % 1st Half: 0-3 0.0% FT % 1st Half: 7-11 63.6%

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

f f g g g

9-21 3-10 3-10 1-3 5-13 0-0 1-5 3-6 0-1 0-1

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

25-70 2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

3-13

8-26 1-4 8-16

5-7 7-10 2-3 0-0 1-6 0-0 1-3 4-5 2-2 0-0

10 7 17 4 6 5 11 2 0 2 2 5 2 1 3 0 2 7 9 5 0 0 0 0 1 4 5 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 3 22-36 23 30 53 23

30.8% 25.0% 50.0%

OT: OT: OT:

7-21 2-6 7-9

33.3% 33.3% 77.8%

TP

A TO Blk Stl

23 14 9 2 12 0 3 10 2 0

2 1 3 1 2 0 0 1 0 0

4 5 3 1 1 0 0 3 1 1 2 75 10 21

Min

4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 50 0 38 0 400 21 0 33 0 1 0 28 0 31 0 5 0 3

4

2 250

Game: 25-70 35.7% Game: 3-13 23.1% Game: 22-36 61.1%

Deadball Rebounds 7

Officials: Frankie Bordeaux, John Gaffney, Gary Prager Technical fouls: Saint Louis-None. Duquesne-None. Attendance: 2563 Next Up: Duquesne @ Rhode Island 1/20;Saint Louis @ Charlotte 1/17

     

2 0 2 0 1 3 0 3 1

Game 16: Saint Louis 79, Duquesne 75 (2ot)

        

         

    

A TO Blk Stl

0 4 13 2 8 7 11 5 0

Saint Louis 79 • (11-5, 2-0 A10)

        



10-14

2nd half: 10-24 41.7% 2nd half: 2-4 50.0% 2nd half: 13-15 86.7%

 

6-19

TP

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Saint Louis vs Duquesne 1/13/10 7:00 p.m. at Pittsburgh, Pa. / Palumbo Ctr.

         

    

17-45

2nd half: 10-25 40.0% 2nd half: 5-11 45.5% 2nd half: 10-12 83.3%

1 1 2 2 0 0 0 3 1 2 3 4 0 2 2 0 0 3 3 2 0 2 2 1 2 2 4 3 0 3 3 1 1 2 3 2 1 1 2 6 18 24 18

Last FG - SLU 2nd-00:36, BGSU 2nd-04:01. Largest lead - SLU None, BGSU by 20 2nd-07:12.





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

Officials: Terry Wymer, Glenn Mayborg, Mike Sanzere Technical fouls: St. Louis-None. Bowling Green-None. Attendance: 1518

Game 15: Saint Louis 63, Richmond 58



0-0 0-0 2-8 0-1 2-5 1-2 0-0 1-3 0-0

 

  



39.1% 25.0% 83.3%

Score by periods St. Louis Bowling Green   

0-3 1-5 4-13 1-2 2-6 2-3 5-5 2-4 0-4

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

##

45

         

35.0% 12.5% 0.0%

f f g g g

Bowling Green 59 • 7-5

34



         

CONKLIN, Brian REED, Willie MITCHELL, Kwamain JOHN, Femi SALECICH, Christian JORDAN, Justin SMITH, Jon CASSITY, Kyle REMEKUN, Cory Team Totals

03

 

Player

14 33

  

         

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

##

  

   

   

       

 

  

Score by periods Saint Louis Duquesne

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total

23 27

29 25

8 8

19 15

79 75

Last FG - SLU OT2-01:31, DUQ OT2-00:10. Largest lead - SLU by 9 OT2-01:19, DUQ by 9 2nd-17:31.

2010-11 Saint Louis Billikens Basketball • SLUBillikens.com

Points SLU DUQ

In Paint 40 38

Off T/O 28 13

2nd Fast Chance Break 8 6 20 12

Bench 32 15

Score tied - 8 times. Lead changed - 10 times.

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2009-10 Box Scores Game 17: Charlotte 63, Saint Louis 61 (ot)

Game 18: Saint Louis 75, Fordham 48   

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Saint Louis vs Charlotte 01/17/10 4:00p.m. at Halton Arena (Charlotte, N.C.)



Saint Louis 61 • 11-6, 2-1 A-10 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

##

Player

14

CONKLIN, Brian REMEKUN, Cory MITCHELL, Kwamain SALECICH, Christian CASSITY, Kyle JORDAN, Justin JOHN, Femi SMITH, Jon ELLIS, Cody REED, Willie Team Totals

32 03 15 23 12 13 21 24 33

f f g g g

FG % 1st Half: 10-31 32.3% 3FG % 1st Half: 3-11 27.3% FT % 1st Half: 2-4 50.0%

0-1 0-2 2-14 0-4 2-4 3-5 0-2 7-11 4-12 4-10

0-0 0-0 0-6 0-4 1-3 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-5 0-0

22-65

5-20

0-0 0-0 8-10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-2 2-6

0 1 1 3 1 1 2 5 0 5 5 2 0 1 1 2 1 3 4 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 5 3 8 2 3 3 6 1 4 5 9 1 0 1 1 12-20 14 25 39 19

2nd half: 8-27 29.6% 2nd half: 1-5 20.0% 2nd half: 10-14 71.4%

OT: OT: OT:

4-7 1-4 0-2

57.1% 25.0% 0.0%

TP

A TO Blk Stl

0 0 12 0 5 8 0 15 11 10

0 0 1 2 5 1 1 0 0 3

0 1 3 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 61 13 10

Min

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4

0 8 1 13 1 35 0 18 1 400 13 0 4 0 29 1 35 0 30

6

4 225

Game: 22-65 33.8% Game: 5-20 25.0% Game: 12-20 60.0%

Player BRASWELL, Chris SPEARS, Shamari GREEN, Derrio HARRIS, Dijuan WILDERNESS, An'Juan SHERRILL, K.J. JONES, Phil ANDERSEN, Ian SIRIN, Gokhan COLEMAN, RaShad DEWHURST, Charles Team Totals

43 01 03 21 02 05 11 15 22 31

FG % 1st Half: 11-26 42.3% 3FG % 1st Half: 0-3 0.0% FT % 1st Half: 4-6 66.7%

f f g g g

6-11 6-15 3-7 2-6 4-7 1-4 0-1 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-0

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

23-54

0-7

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

3 5 8 4 5 8 13 4 0 5 5 2 0 4 4 2 0 3 3 3 2 1 3 1 0 2 2 3 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 17-25 10 35 45 20

2nd half: 7-20 35.0% 2nd half: 0-3 0.0% 2nd half: 12-16 75.0%

OT: OT: OT:

5-8 0-1 1-3

62.5% 0.0% 33.3%

Deadball Rebounds 1

TP

A TO Blk Stl

16 16 10 7 8 2 0 0 2 2 0

0 0 4 3 2 0 1 0 0 0 0

Min

4 8 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0

1 25 0 402 36 1 42 1 34 0 9 0 15 0 8 0 7 0 6 0 3

63 10 17

5

5 225

          

               

Game: 23-54 42.6% Game: 0-7 0.0% Game: 17-25 68.0%

Deadball Rebounds 4,1



1st

2nd

OT

Total

25 26

27 26

9 11

61 63

Points SLU CHA

In Paint 26 34

Off T/O 13 8

2nd Fast Chance Break 11 0 8 12

Bench 44 6

Score tied - 6 times. Lead changed - 2 times.

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

24 33 03 23 12 14 15 32

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

8-20 4-10 3-4

f f f g g

40.0% 40.0% 75.0%

3-4 7-12 3-7 4-15 2-5 0-1 2-6 2-5 0-0

0-0 6-11 0-0 2-9 2-5 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-0

0-0 0-0 1-2 3-4 0-0 1-2 0-2 0-0 0-0

23-55

11-29

5-10

2nd half: 13-31 2nd half: 6-16 2nd half: 0-2

41.9% 37.5% 0.0%

OT: OT: OT:

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

Player

WARE, Aaron HOLLIS, Damian KATUKA, Joseph TAYLOR, Tony KROMAH, Lasan SMITH, Dwayne KING, Travis BYNES, Bryan PELLOM, David EDWARDS, Jabari JOHNSON, Tim OPOKU, Hermann Team Totals

15 22 42 03 20 00 01 05 12 13 32 44

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

7-31 0-4 4-6

f f c g g

22.6% 0.0% 66.7%

0-2 1-8 4-9 6-10 5-8 5-14 0-2 1-3 2-3 0-0 0-1 0-1

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

2-4 0-0 0-0 5-7 3-3 2-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 3-4

24-61

2-8

17-23

2nd half: 13-22 2nd half: 2-3 2nd half: 9-11

1st

23 18

2nd

32 37

Last FG - SLU OT-00:27, GW OT-00:37. Largest lead - SLU by 13 2nd-10:04, GW by 5 OT-00:37.

48

OT

7 12



  

   

             

             

             

             



 

 

        



             

  

        

         

           

    

        

         

         

         







        

                                              



   

         

         

         

         

  



         

         

  

        

  

  

1 5 6 5 2 4 6 1 3 3 6 5 1 1 2 2 0 7 7 3 0 2 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 9 26 35 18 2-4 1-3 2-4

50.0% 33.3% 50.0%

59.1% 66.7% 81.8%

OT: OT: OT:

TP

A TO Blk

6 20 7 13 6 1 4 5 0

0 3 4 4 4 2 0 2 0

Stl

Min

22 33 29 39 42 12 15 21 12

3 2 3 2 3 0 1 1 1

1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 2

1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

62 19 16

6

3 225

Game: 23-55 Game: 11-29 Game: 5-10

1 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 6 5 0 3 3 1 2 2 4 2 4 3 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 1 3 4 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 4 3 7 16 23 39 15 50.0% 0.0% 66.7%

Total

62 67





 

 

 

  

   

   

       

  

 

41.8% 37.9% 50.0%

Deadball Rebounds 3,1

         

         

           

        

    

        

        

        







     

  

                                          



   

        

        

        

        

        



 

 

        



        

  



Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

4-8 0-1 4-6





Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

TP

A TO Blk

Stl

Min

2 2 8 18 13 13 0 4 4 0 0 3

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

2 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 0

21 17 20 37 27 25 5 16 29 8 3 17

67 11

9

3

6 225

Game: 24-61 Game: 2-8 Game: 17-23

39.3% 25.0% 73.9%

Deadball Rebounds 0,2

Officials: Gene Steratore, Lamar Simpson, Brian Dorsey Technical fouls: Saint Louis-None. George Washington-None. Attendance: 1782 Atlantic 10 Conference game Fouled out - Katuka (GW) - 3:07, 1OT; Reed (SLU) - 0:14, 1OT Fouled out - Smith (SLU) - 0:07, 1OT Score by periods Saint Louis George Washington





             

Game 20: Richmond 62, Saint Louis 36

George Washington 67 • (12-7, 2-4 A-10) ##



                                                              

  

Saint Louis 62 • (12-7, 3-2 A-10)

SMITH, Jon ELLIS, Cody REED, Willie MITCHELL, Kwamain CASSITY, Kyle JORDAN, Justin CONKLIN, Brian SALECICH, Christian REMEKUN, Cory Team Totals

             

 

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Saint Louis vs George Washington 1/27/10 7:00 pm at Washington, DC (Smith Center)

21

             

     



Game 19: George Washington 67, Saint Louis 62 (OT)

Player

  

             

  

Last FG - SLU OT-00:17, CHA OT-00:04. Largest lead - SLU by 1 1st-02:04, CHA by 10 1st-15:11.

##

    





Officials: Leslie Jones, Mike Wood, Raymond Styons Technical fouls: Saint Louis-None. Charlotte-None. Attendance: 5570 Score by periods Saint Louis Charlotte



         



     

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

35





Charlotte 63 • 12-5, 2-1 A-10 ##



            

         

              

        

    

           

           

           







        

                                                      



   

           

           

           

  

           

           



           

  

        

  

  

Points SLU GW

In Paint 16 34

Off T/O 15 15

2nd Chance 4 12

Fast Break 2 4

Score tied - 4 times. Lead changed - 7 times.

Bench 10 24

  







 

 

 

 

  

   

   

       

  

 

2010-11 Saint Louis Billikens Basketball • SLUBillikens.com


2009-10 Box Scores Game 21: Saint Louis 67, St. Bonaventure 65

Game 22: Saint Louis 68, La Salle 65

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics St. Bonaventure vs Saint Louis 2/3/10 7 pm at St. Louis, Mo. (Chaifetz Arena)

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics SLU vs La Salle 02/06/10 4 p.m. at Philadelphia, PA (Tom Gola Arena)

St. Bonaventure 65 • 9-11, 2-5

Player

21

COOK, Da'Quan NICHOLSON, Andrew ADEGBOYE, Ogo MATTHEWS, Chris DAVENPORT, Michael HALL, Jonathan ELEBY, Malcolm SIMMONS, Marquise ROSEBORO, Brett HOUSEKNECHT, Jake Team Totals

44 00 04 32 05 20 33 35 45

SLU 68 • 14-8, 5-3 A-10

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

##

FG % 1st Half: 11-24 45.8% 3FG % 1st Half: 2-6 33.3% FT % 1st Half: 3-3 100.0

f f g g g

3-4 6-14 4-8 4-11 1-5 5-9 0-4 0-1 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 3-6 3-7 0-1 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

23-56

7-17

6-6 1-1 0-0 0-0 2-3 2-2 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0

5 3 8 3 2 2 4 5 1 3 4 1 0 2 2 3 1 1 2 0 5 3 8 4 0 3 3 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 12-16 16 20 36 17

2nd half: 12-32 37.5% 2nd half: 5-11 45.5% 2nd half: 9-13 69.2%

TP

A TO Blk Stl

12 13 11 11 4 13 1 0 0 0

0 0 2 0 1 3 7 1 0 0

Min

##

Player

29 27 25 31 25 25 17 14 6 1

21

SMITH, Jon ELLIS, Cody REED, Willie MITCHELL, Kwamain CASSITY, Kyle JORDAN, Justin CONKLIN, Brian SALECICH, Christian REMEKUN, Cory Team Totals

2 2 2 4 1 1 1 3 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0

0 0 0 1 0 3 1 0 0 0

65 14 16

4

5 200

Game: 23-56 41.1% Game: 7-17 41.2% Game: 12-16 75.0%

21

SMITH, Jon ELLIS, Cody REED, Willie MITCHELL, Kwamain CASSITY, Kyle JORDAN, Justin CONKLIN, Brian SALECICH, Christian REMEKUN, Cory Team Totals

24 33 03 23 12 14 15 32

FG % 1st Half: 12-27 44.4% 3FG % 1st Half: 2-8 25.0% FT % 1st Half: 5-8 62.5%

f f f g g

5-5 2-6 4-9 7-16 3-5 0-1 3-4 3-5 0-0

0-0 1-4 0-0 2-5 1-3 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-0

1-2 2-4 3-5 1-2 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-2 0-0

27-51

5-14

8-17

2nd half: 15-24 62.5% 2nd half: 3-6 50.0% 2nd half: 3-9 33.3%

1 2 3 1 0 2 2 3 3 8 11 1 1 2 3 2 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 0 2 2 5 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 8 19 27 16

TP

A TO Blk Stl

11 7 11 17 7 0 6 8 0

2 0 2 3 3 1 0 3 1

Min

1 1 4 5 0 0 1 0 0

2 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 3 4 0 0 2 0

67 15 12

8

9 200

Game: 27-51 52.9% Game: 5-14 35.7% Game: 8-17 47.1%

26 27 33 33 34 7 11 26 3

Deadball Rebounds 5

Officials: DJ Carstensen, Jeffrey Anderson, Ron Tyburski Technical fouls: St. Bonaventure-HALL, Jonathan. Saint Louis-SALECICH, Christian. Attendance: 6687 Score by periods St. Bonaventure Saint Louis

1st

2nd

Total

27 31

38 36

65 67

Points SBU SLU

In Paint 29 34

Last FG - SBU 2nd-00:26, SLU 2nd-00:02. Largest lead - SBU by 4 2nd-16:48, SLU by 11 2nd-06:43.

03 23 12 14 15 32

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

12-25 4-9 6-13

Off T/O 14 22

##

Player

12

MEKONGO, Yves WHITE, Devon WILLIAMS, Jerrell WEINGARTEN, Steve GREEN, Rodney CAREY, T.T. GRANT, Parrish MURRAY, Aaric Team Totals

14 20 41 10 01 04 24

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

10-26 2-9 10-12

2nd Fast Chance Break 22 3 12 4

Bench 14 14

       

          

        

         

           

        

        

        







                                          

        



   

        

        





        



        

        

        

  

 

        

  

          

          

     

          

  

                                              



   

         

         

         

         

         



         







 

 

 

  

  

        

 

  

        

f f f f g

Total FG-FGA

3-Ptr FG-FGA

FT-FTA

2-6 1-2 7-10 5-9 4-11 0-2 1-5 2-7

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

7-8 2-2 7-9 1-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

22-52 38.5% 22.2% 83.3%

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

2-13 12-26 0-4 9-11

1st

2nd

Total

34 32

34 33

68 65

21-50 7-17 19-30

TP

A

Stl

Min

4 2 1 0 0 0 4 2 1

0 14 21 25 2 0 2 4 0

0 1 0 4 3 0 0 0 0

1 2 1 0 2 1 3 1 0

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 2 1 2 0 0 0 1 0

8 26 34 35 37 4 16 32 8

TO Blk

14

68

8

11

1

7

42.0% 41.2% 63.3%

200 Deadball Rebounds 6,1

Rebounds Off Def Tot

2 4 6 0 1 1 2 5 7 4 5 9 0 4 4 0 4 4 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 9 25 34

19-23

46.2% 0.0% 81.8%

Game: Game: Game:

22-52 2-13 19-23

PF

TP

A

Stl

Min

3 3 5 2 2 0 2 4

11 4 21 12 10 0 3 4

2 0 5 0 1 0 1 2

3 1 4 1 4 1 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

1 1 0 1 3 0 0 0

409 33 33 38 10 18 19

TO Blk

21

65

11

14

2

6

42.3% 15.4% 82.6%

200 Deadball Rebounds 3

Points SLU LASALLE

In Paint 20 28

Off T/O 12 17

2nd Chance 11 5

Fast Break 0 4

Bench 6 7

Score tied - 10 times. Lead changed - 7 times.

  

   

   

       

 

         

             

        

    

          

          





     

          

                                                   

  

  

  

  



   

          

          

          

          

          



 

 

        



          

  

          

     

Game: Game: Game:

PF

Last FG - SLU 2nd-05:48, LASALLE 2nd-02:12. Largest lead - SLU by 9 2nd-05:48, LASALLE by 11 1st-10:59.



         

    

19-30

36.0% 37.5% 76.5%

2 4 2 3 4 8 2 2 4 5 1 1 2 2 0 0 1 1 3 4 21 30



        



7-17 9-25 3-8 13-17

2 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 9

Game 24: Saint Louis 68, Dayton 65 (2OT)

 

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

Rebounds Off Def Tot

  

         

    

0-0 1-3 9-16 4-4 2-2 0-0 2-2 1-3 0-0

Score tied - 9 times. Lead changed - 11 times.





FT-FTA

0-0 3-6 0-0 3-7 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0

Officials: Alvin Cox, Jeff Janosik, David Walker Technical fouls: SLU-None. La Salle-None. Attendance: 1177

Game 23: Saint Louis 56, Saint Joseph’s 52



3-Ptr FG-FGA

0-1 5-9 6-9 9-18 0-3 0-2 0-1 1-7 0-0 21-50

48.0% 44.4% 46.2%

Score by periods SLU La Salle

  



Total FG-FGA

La Salle 65 • 11-12, 3-6 A-10

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

Player

33

Deadball Rebounds 2

Saint Louis 67 • 13-8, 4-3 ##

24

f f f g g

         

           

     

  

    

        

        

        

           

  

                                             

  



   

        

        



        

        

        

  

 

        

        

  

     

  











 

 

 

 

 

 

2010-11 Saint Louis Billikens Basketball • SLUBillikens.com

  

   

   

       

  

 

49


2009-10 Box Scores Game 25: Saint Louis 62, Rhode Island 57

Game 26: Saint Louis 69, Massachusetts 56

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Rhode Island vs Saint Louis 2/17/10 8 p.m. at St. Louis, Mo. (Chaifetz Arena)

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Saint Louis vs Massachusetts 02/21/10 4:00 pm at Amherst, Mass. (Mullins Center)

Rhode Island 57 • 19-6, 7-5

Player

21

JAMES, Delroy MARTELL, Will JONES, Marquis RICHMOND, Akeem COTHRAN, Keith MEJIA, Stevie EAVES, Ben WILSON, Jamal OUTERBRIDGE, Orion ULMER, Lamonte BROOKS, Ryan Team Totals

32 05 10 22 01 02 04 12 15 24

Saint Louis 69 • 18-8, 9-3

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

##

FG % 1st Half: 12-35 34.3% 3FG % 1st Half: 5-14 35.7% FT % 1st Half: 1-2 50.0%

f c g g g

3-13 2-2 0-3 6-12 3-10 0-2 2-5 0-0 2-4 2-7 2-4

0-5 0-0 0-1 6-11 0-1 0-0 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

0-2 1-1 3-4 0-1 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0

22-62

8-24

5-13

2nd half: 10-27 37.0% 2nd half: 3-10 30.0% 2nd half: 4-11 36.4%

0 3 3 4 1 1 2 4 0 3 3 0 2 0 2 1 0 2 2 2 2 2 4 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 0 2 6 8 3 0 1 1 5 4 0 4 13 19 32 23

TP

A TO Blk Stl

6 5 3 18 7 0 6 0 4 4 4

2 0 2 0 1 6 0 0 1 0 0

3 1 1 0 2 4 0 0 1 0 0

57 12 12

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

3 0 1 0 4 1 1 0 0 0 1

##

Player

26 12 18 25 32 22 20 2 10 21 12

24

ELLIS, Cody REED, Willie MITCHELL, Kwamain SALECICH, Christian CASSITY, Kyle JORDAN, Justin CONKLIN, Brian SMITH, Jon REMEKUN, Cory Team Totals

1 11 200

Game: 22-62 35.5% Game: 8-24 33.3% Game: 5-13 38.5%

Deadball Rebounds 2

Saint Louis 62 • 17-8, 8-3 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

##

Player

24

ELLIS, Cody REED, Willie MITCHELL, Kwamain SALECICH, Christian CASSITY, Kyle JORDAN, Justin CONKLIN, Brian SMITH, Jon REMEKUN, Cory Team Totals

33 03 15 23 12 14 21 32

FG % 1st Half: 9-20 3FG % 1st Half: 0-4 FT % 1st Half: 6-11

45.0% 0.0% 54.5%

f f g g g

3-8 4-7 3-10 4-6 5-6 0-1 2-3 0-0 1-1

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

2-3 2-6 7-11 2-2 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-0 0-0

22-42

2-9

16-26

2nd half: 13-22 59.1% 2nd half: 2-5 40.0% 2nd half: 10-15 66.7%

1 6 7 1 2 7 9 2 2 2 4 4 0 1 1 3 0 6 6 0 0 1 1 3 1 5 6 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 6 33 39 15

TP

A TO Blk Stl

9 10 13 10 11 2 5 0 2

1 0 4 0 5 1 0 0 0

1st

2nd

Total

62 11 17

2

6 200

30 24

27 38

57 62

Points URI SLU

Last FG - URI 2nd-00:01, SLU 2nd-04:24. Largest lead - URI by 12 1st-04:08, SLU by 10 2nd-00:19.

2nd Fast Chance Break 14 8 7 4

23 12 14 21 32

FG % 1st Half: 12-24 50.0% 3FG % 1st Half: 4-10 40.0% FT % 1st Half: 2-3 66.7%

Bench 18 9

       



              

        

        





        

                                          

Player

02

VINSON, Terrell CARTER, Sampson CARTER, Sean HARRIS, Ricky RILEY, Freddie CORREIA, Gary GURLEY, Anthony BAILEY, Hashim HILL, Matt Team Totals

05 24 11 12 35 50

FG % 1st Half: 12-29 41.4% 3FG % 1st Half: 1-8 12.5% FT % 1st Half: 4-5 80.0%

       

        



   

Score by periods Saint Louis Massachusetts

    

        

        

 

        

        

        

        

        



 

        

         

        







 

 

 

 

50

Min

1 2 3 3 1 0 2 0 0

0 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

69 16 12

5

3 200

Game: 25-52 48.1% Game: 7-18 38.9% Game: 12-15 80.0%

f f c g g

7-16 2-3 0-2 9-18 2-9 0-0 2-8 0-0 0-0

0-2 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-3 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0

25 25 34 28 34 17 21 8 8

Deadball Rebounds 1,2

22-56

2-11

5-6 0-0 0-0 4-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0

4 4 8 3 3 3 6 3 2 4 6 3 0 5 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 2 2 4 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 10-13 12 21 33 14

2nd half: 10-27 37.0% 2nd half: 1-3 33.3% 2nd half: 6-8 75.0%

TP

A TO Blk Stl

19 4 0 23 4 0 5 1 0

1 0 1 3 0 2 1 0 0

56

3 0 0 4 1 0 3 0 0 1 8 12

Min

0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

3 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0

3

6 200

Game: 22-56 39.3% Game: 2-11 18.2% Game: 10-13 76.9%

1st

2nd

Total

30 29

39 27

69 56

Points SLU UMASS

37 24 26 34 28 9 25 14 3

Deadball Rebounds 1

In Paint 26 32

Last FG - SLU 2nd-01:32, UMASS 2nd-01:21. Largest lead - SLU by 13 2nd-03:11, UMASS by 2 1st-19:37.





        



  

Off T/O 10 8

2nd Fast Chance Break 14 0 9 2

Bench 11 6

Score tied - 7 times. Lead changed - 3 times.



   

        

        

        

        

        

 

 

     

           

        



        

         

        

  

 

         

     

         

         

         







        

                                              



   

         

         

         

  

         

         



         

  

        

  



                                          

  

     

12-15

A TO Blk Stl

2 0 4 4 3 2 0 0 1

Officials: Pat Driscoll, John Gaffney, Tim Higgins Technical fouls: Saint Louis-None. Massachusetts-None. Attendance: 3454



         

           

7-18

TP

14 14 11 3 16 0 5 2 4

Game 28: Saint Louis 69, Duquesne 59

 

25-52

2nd half: 13-28 46.4% 2nd half: 3-8 37.5% 2nd half: 10-12 83.3%

0 2 2 2 3 4 7 2 0 3 3 0 0 2 2 3 0 4 4 2 0 1 1 0 1 3 4 3 0 0 0 1 2 2 4 1 2 1 3 8 22 30 14

          



        

2-2 0-0 2-2 1-2 4-5 0-0 3-4 0-0 0-0

  



          

4-8 0-0 1-2 0-2 2-4 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

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Game 27: Xavier 73, Saint Louis 71



4-9 7-10 4-11 1-3 5-8 0-4 1-4 1-1 2-2

Score tied - 6 times. Lead changed - 12 times.

  



f f g g g

Massachusetts 56 • 10-17, 4-9

23

0 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0

Off T/O 17 17

15

25 29 36 23 37 19 21 5 5

0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Deadball Rebounds 5

In Paint 24 34

03

22

Officials: Brian O'Connell, Gary Prager, Bill McCarthy Technical fouls: Rhode Island-None. Saint Louis-None. Attendance: 7257 Score by periods Rhode Island Saint Louis

33

Min

2 2 4 3 4 1 1 0 0

Game: 22-42 52.4% Game: 2-9 22.2% Game: 16-26 61.5%

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

Min

   

   

       

 

         

           

        

    

        

        

        







        

                                          



   

        

        



        

        

        

  

 

        

        

  

     

  







 

 

 

 

  

   

   

       

  

 

2010-11 Saint Louis Billikens Basketball • SLUBillikens.com


2009-10 Box Scores Game 29: Temple 57, Saint Louis 51

Game 30: Saint Louis 71, Dayton 66 Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Saint Louis vs Dayton 3/6/10 7:00 pm ET at UD Arena

  

Saint Louis 71 • 20-10, 11-5 A-10

 

         

          

       

    

        

       

       





       

                              

        

##

Player

       

24

ELLIS, Cody REED, Willie MITCHELL, Kwamain SALECICH, Christian CASSITY, Kyle JORDAN, Justin CONKLIN, Brian SMITH, Jon REMEKUN, Cory Team Totals

   

       

       

       

       

       

       

  

    

          

          

        

    

        

        

        







        

                                          



   

15 23 12 14 21

FG % 1st Half: 12-25 48.0% 3FG % 1st Half: 8-14 57.1% FT % 1st Half: 2-3 66.7%



        

        

        

        

        

 

 

        

Player

33

WRIGHT, Chris HUELSMAN, Kurt WARREN, London LOWERY, Rob JOHNSON, Marcus PERRY, Mickey JOHNSON, Chris WILLIAMS, Paul FABRIZIUS, Luke SEARCY, Devin BENSON, Josh Team Totals

41 01 03 32 00 04 22

        

  

34 44

FG % 1st Half: 7-24 3FG % 1st Half: 1-5 FT % 1st Half: 4-10







 

 

 

  

 

3-8 2-5 5-9 2-3 4-7 3-5 0-4 1-1 0-3

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

2-2 1-4 6-9 2-2 0-0 4-4 2-2 1-1 1-2

20-45 12-24 19-26 2nd half: 8-20 40.0% 2nd half: 4-10 40.0% 2nd half: 17-23 73.9%

0 3 3 3 1 5 6 4 0 5 5 3 0 1 1 1 1 4 5 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 3 1 0 1 0 1 1 2 3 0 3 3 5 23 28 18

   

   

       

  

 

29.2% 20.0% 40.0%

f f g g g

7-13 5-7 2-3 3-7 1-5 2-7 1-5 0-0 0-2 2-2 2-4

0-0 0-0 0-0 2-4 1-2 1-4 1-3 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0

32 05 22 01 02 04 10 12

Player

ULMER, Lamonte JAMES, Delroy MARTELL, Will JONES, Marquis COTHRAN, Keith MEJIA, Stevie EAVES, Ben WILSON, Jamal RICHMOND, Akeem OUTERBRIDGE, Orion Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 11-26 3FG % 1st Half: 4-9 FT % 1st Half: 2-6

f f c g g

42.3% 44.4% 33.3%

24 33 03 15 23 12 14 21 32

Player

ELLIS, Cody REED, Willie MITCHELL, Kwamain SALECICH, Christian CASSITY, Kyle JORDAN, Justin CONKLIN, Brian SMITH, Jon REMEKUN, Cory Team Totals FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

7-20 3-8 2-6

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

6-9 3-7 2-3 1-3 3-6 0-2 1-4 1-2 4-9 4-10

0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 4-8 0-0

4-7 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-4

25-55

5-12

8-16

2nd half: 14-29 2nd half: 1-3 2nd half: 6-10

Saint Louis 47 • 20-11 ##

1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0

28 19 35 22 37 23 16 9 11

71 14 13

2

4 200

25-55

5-15

4 4 8 4 5 2 7 0 0 3 3 5 0 4 4 4 1 2 3 2 0 2 2 1 0 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 2 3 5 0 1 0 1 11-21 14 24 38 19

2nd half: 18-31 58.1% 2nd half: 4-10 40.0% 2nd half: 7-11 63.6%

TP

A TO Blk Stl

15 13 8 11 3 5 3 0 0 4 4

0 0 3 4 0 3 0 0 0 1 0

Min

1 5 1 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

2 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

66 11 14

3

5 200

Game: 25-55 45.5% Game: 5-15 33.3% Game: 11-21 52.4%

32 27 24 20 23 20 18 16 6 6 8

Deadball Rebounds 3

Score by periods Saint Louis Dayton

1st

2nd

Total

34 19

37 47

71 66

Points SLU UD

In Paint 12 36

Off T/O 10 18

2nd Fast Chance Break 6 6 13 16

Bench 17 16

Score tied - 1 time. Lead changed - 6 times.

Game 31: Saint Louis 63, Indiana State 54   

f f g g g

35.0% 37.5% 33.3%

48.3% 33.3% 60.0%

1-9 3-5 7-11 1-3 3-5 1-2 2-4 1-2 0-2

0-7 0-0 4-6 0-2 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

1-2 1-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0

19-43

6-19

3-10

52.2% 27.3% 25.0%

TP

0 5 5 1 2 2 4 2 2 1 3 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 3 4 1 1 1 2 0 2 1 3 0 1 1 2 1 3 2 5 1 5 3 8 17 21 38 10

Game: 25-55 Game: 5-12 Game: 8-16

Total 3-Ptr FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA

2nd half: 12-23 2nd half: 3-11 2nd half: 1-4

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

16 6 4 2 8 0 2 2 13 10

0 1 0 3 2 2 1 1 1 1

1 0 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0

1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

63 12

8

5

Stl

1 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 0

Min

26 27 17 23 29 17 13 6 19 23

6 200

45.5% 41.7% 50.0%

Deadball Rebounds 2

Rebounds Off Def Tot PF

1st

28 19

2nd

35 28

Last FG - URI 2nd-00:08, STL 2nd-00:01. Largest lead - URI by 19 2nd-00:08, STL by 5 1st-11:31.

Total

63 47

Points URI STL

         

TP

3 7 18 2 7 3 5 2 0

A TO Blk

1 0 3 2 0 3 0 0 1

0 1 4 1 2 3 1 0 0 1 47 10 13

0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Stl

4

44.2% 31.6% 30.0%

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Min

29 29 31 23 38 18 12 9 11

1 200 Deadball Rebounds 3

In Paint 24 18

Off T/O 20 5

2nd Chance 13 10

Fast Break 7 2

Bench 27 10

         

           

     

    

  

        

        





        

                                           

        



         

   

        



        

        

        

 

 

        

        

  

 

1 5 6 1 0 6 6 2 1 2 3 4 0 1 1 4 1 2 3 3 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 1 0 1 1 2 1 3 7 19 26 19

Game: 19-43 Game: 6-19 Game: 3-10

A TO Blk

Officials: Gene Steratore, Frank Scagliotta, Bill McCarthy Technical fouls: Rhode Island-None. Saint Louis-None. Attendance: 5416 Score by periods Rhode Island Saint Louis

0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0



Rhode Island 63 • 23-8

21

Min

1 1 3 1 2 2 2 0 1

Officials: LaMar Simpson, Larry Scirotto, Bryan Anslinger Technical fouls: Saint Louis-None. Dayton-None. Attendance: 13435

Game 31: Rhode Island 63, Saint Louis 47 Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Rhode Island vs Saint Louis 3/12/10 2:30 at Atlantic City, NJ (Boardwalk Hall)

15

A TO Blk Stl

0 1 2 2 5 4 0 0 0

Deadball Rebounds 3

1-4 3-10 4-4 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Last FG - SLU 2nd-01:36, UD 2nd-00:04. Largest lead - SLU by 17 1st-03:07, UD by 1 1st-14:16.

##

TP

10 5 20 8 11 11 2 3 1

Game: 20-45 44.4% Game: 12-24 50.0% Game: 19-26 73.1%

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

##

23

     

03

f f g g g

Dayton 66 • 19-11, 8-8 A-10

         



33

32

        

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF





        

         

           

        

    

        

        





     

                                           

  

        

        



   

        

        



        

        

        

        

  

    

      







 

 

 

Score tied - 2 times. Lead changed - 5 times.

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2009-10 Box Scores Game 32: Saint Louis 68, Green Bay 62 (2OT)

Game 33: Saint Louis 69, Princeton 59   

  



          

         

           

    

        

        

        

        







        

  

                                             

  



   

        

        





        



        

        

        

  

 

        

  

          

         

           

        

    

        

        

        







        

  

                                             

  

       

           

    

        

         

         

         







        

                                              

   

        

        



        

        

        

  

 

        

        

  

        

         

          

        









 

 

 

 

 

  

Game 35: VCU 68, Saint Louis 56

    

       

       

       







        

                                      







 

 

 



       

         

        

    

        

        

        







        

                                          



   

        

        

            





        



        

        

 

        

  

            

         

               

        

    

            

            

            







        

                                            

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





 

 

 



   

            

            

  

        

      

         

         



 

    



   

       

       



       

       

       

       

  

    

       

         

           

        

    

        

        





        

                                           

        



   

        

        

        

        

        



 

 

        



        

  



 

         

Game 36: VCU 71, Saint Louis 65



          

         

        

  





         

   





   

         

        

  





 

      



         



            

            

            

            





            



     

       

         

           

        

    

        

        





                                           

        

        

        



   

        

        

            



        

        

        

    

      







 

 

 

2010-11 Saint Louis Billikens Basketball • SLUBillikens.com


2009-10 Year in Review The 2009-10 Billikens were the youngest team in the country. Every second of every game was played by an underclassman. However, the youthful squad stormed to 23 victories (23-13), tying for the fourth most in SLU history, and earned the program’s first postseason tournament bid in six year – reaching the College Basketball Invitational championship series. The Billikens protected their home court and established Chaifetz Arena as a hostile environment for opposing teams. SLU posted 18 wins in 22 games at Chaifetz Arena, bringing the Bills’ two-year Chaifetz Arena record to 32-7. SLU registered four straight wins to begin the season, including a triumph over Nebraska of the Big 12 Conference. In all, the Billikens posted a 12-8 record against non-conference opponents in 2009-10. The Billikens’ Atlantic 10 Conference slate began with highly regarded Richmond. The Billikens received a boost when Cody Ellis was finally cleared to play, and the freshman forward debuted with 10 points to help the Billikens defeat the Spiders 6358. A trip to Duquesne was next, and the Billikens proved their toughness in a taut 79-75 double-overtime victory. In February, the Billikens constructed a six-game winning streak. It started with a two-point home victory against St. Bonaventure, then the Billikens hit the road and posted back-to-back wins at La

Cody Ellis and Christian Salecich

Salle (68-65) and Saint Joseph’s (56-52). In perhaps one of the most thrilling games in the two-year history of Chaifetz Arena, the Billikens posted a 68-65 double-overtime victory against Dayton in front of 9,453 raucous fans. Victories at home against Rhode Island (62-57) and on the road at UMass (69-56) completed the six-game winning streak, which helped establish the Billikens among the A-10’s elite squads in 2009-10. The Billikens, who were picked 12th in the A-10 preseason poll, finished the A-10 regular season by topping Dayton at UD Arena, 71-66. The win was the Billikens’ fourth straight conference road triumph, a feat that had not been accomplished at SLU since 1959. Saint Louis earned a first-round bye in the A-10 Championship, but bowed out following a loss against Rhode Island in the quarterfinals in Atlantic City, N.J.

Cory Remekun

career mark of 479-187, and continued the trend of never having a losing season. The 2009-10 campaign marked the 14th time he has recorded at least 20 wins in a season. SLU also maintained its reputation of having one of the country’s stingiest defenses. The Billikens finished among the top 20 in the nation in 3-point field-goal percentage defense (fifth) and scoring defense (17th). The Billikens also set a single-season school record with 169 blocked shots.

SLU accepted a bid to play in the College Basketball Invitational, and as one of the top seeds in the tournament was guaranteed home games until the championship series with all games broadcast on national TV. The Billikens opened the tourney with a 63-54 victory against Indiana State. Up next was a matchup against Green Bay in a game that went to double OT, with SLU prevailing 68-62. The Bills posted a 10-point victory against Princeton (69-59) to earn a berth into the championship series. However, VCU claimed the CBI title after taking a best-of-three championship series 2-0.

Brian Conklin

Head coach Rick Majerus closed his third campaign as head coach of the Billikens with a 57-42 slate. He has a 22-year

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2010-11 Opponents Appalachian State

Austin Peay

Bowling Green

Possible Cancun Governor’s Cup Opponent

Fri., Nov. 12, 2010, in St. Louis

Sat., Jan 1, 2011, in St. Louis

Location............................................ .Boone, N.C. Nickname...................................... Mountaineers Colors........................................... Black and Gold Athletic Director..............................Charlie Cobb Home Court.................................. Holmes Center Capacity..........................................................8,325 Head Coach..................................... Jason Capel Alma Mater........................ North Carolina, 2002 Record at ASU.......................................First year Career record.............................................. Same 2009-10 record (Southern)............... 24-13 (13-5) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...................... 12/5 SID.............................................Charles Cochrum E-Mail....................... cochrumca@appstate.edu Office Phone..................................(828) 262-7602 Cell Phone......................................(828) 964-6407 Office Fax.......................................(828) 262-6106 Press Row......................................(828) 262-7060 Web Site................................... www.goasu.com

Location.................................... Clarksville, Tenn. Nickname.............................................Governors Colors............................................ Red and White Athletic Director..................................Dave Loos Home Court....... Dunn Ctr. (Dave Aaron Arena) Capacity..........................................................7,275 Head Coach.........................................Dave Loos Alma Mater..................................Memphis, 1970 Record at APSU................................469-261 (24) Career Record...................................561-316 (29) 2008-09 Record (A-Sun)................... 20-13 (14-6) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 6/5 SID...................................................... Brad Kirtley E-Mail..................................... kirtleyb@apsu.edu Office Phone..................................(931) 221-7561 Cell Phone.........................................................NA Office Fax.......................................(931) 221-7564 Press Row......................................(931) 221-7155 Web Site...........................www.letsgopeay.com

Location..............................Bowling Green, Ohio Nickname..................................................Falcons Colors.....................................Orange and Brown Athletic Director......................Greg Christopher Home Court............................... Anderson Arena Capacity..........................................................3,500 Head Coach........................................... Louis Orr Alma Mater..................................Syracuse, 1980 Record at BGSU......................................46-47 (3) Career Record.....................................146-127 (9) 2009-10 Record (MAC)..................... 14-16 (6-10) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 8/3 SID................................................... Jason Knavel E-Mail......................................jknavel@bgsu.edu Office Phone..................................(419) 372-7075 Cell Phone......................................(814) 464-5009 Office Fax.......................................(419) 372-6015 Press Row......................................(419) 372-7131 Web Site........................ www.bgsufalcons.com

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2010-11 Schedule at Tulsa vs. Montreat at Mississippi State at Tennessee Tech at Vanderbilt at Chattanooga* at Samford* at Georgetown vs. Robert Morris vs. Colorado State Cancun Governor’s Cup Cancun Governor’s Cup vs. Milligan at Davidson* vs. Georgia Southern* vs. UNC Greensboro* at Western Carolina* vs. Elon* at The Citadel* at College of Charleston* vs. Wofford* at Furman* at UNC Greensboro* at Elon* vs. Samford* vs. Chattanooga* vs. Western Carolina* at TBA (ESPN Bracketbuster) vs. College of Charleston* vs. The Citadel*

Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb.

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2010-11 Schedule at Saint Louis at Chattanooga at Lipscomb at Southern Illinois at Purdue at Charleston Southern at TBA at Southeast Missouri* at Eastern Illinois* vs. Lipscomb vs. Fontbonne at Memphis vs. Eastern Kentucky* vs. Morehead State* vs. Brescia vs. Chattanooga at Murray State* at Tennessee-Martin* at Tennessee State* vs. Tennessee Tech* vs. Jacksonville State* at Eastern Kentucky* at Morehead State* vs. Tennessee-Martin* vs. Murray State* at Tennessee Tech* vs. Tennessee State* at Jacksonville State* at ESPN BracketBusters vs. Eastern Illinois* vs. Southeast Missouri

Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.

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2010-11 Schedule at Howard vs. Ohio Dominican at Michigan vs. Duquesne vs. Niagara at Detroit vs. Albany at Michigan State vs. Western Kentucky vs. Florida International at Wisconsin-Milwaukee vs. Manhattan vs. Texas San Antonio at Saint Louis at Buffalo* at Kent State* vs. Miami (Ohio)* vs. Ohio* at Akron* at Toledo* vs. Eastern Michigan* at Northern Illinois* vs. Western Michigan* vs. Ball State* at Central Michigan* vs. Akron* at ESPN BracketBusters* at Ohio* at Miami (Ohio)* vs. Akron* vs. Kent State vs. Buffalo

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2010-11 Opponents Charlotte

Chicago State

Colorado State

Sat., Feb 19, 2011, in St. Louis

Tue., Feb. 22, 2011, in St. Louis

Possible Cancun Governor’s Cup Opponent

Location.........................................Charlotte, N.C. Nickname......................................................49ers Colors........................................ Green and White Athletic Director..................................Judy Rose Home Court.....................................Halton Arena Capacity..........................................................9,105 Head Coach........................................Alan Major Alma Mater......................................Purdue, 1992 Record at CHA.......................................First year Career Record..............................................same 2009-10 Record (A-10)........................ 19-12 (9-7) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...................... 10/5 SID...............................................Tom Whitestone E-Mail........................ tewhites@email.uncc.edu Office Phone..................................(704) 687-6310 Cell Phone......................................(980) 253-4951 Office Fax.......................................(704) 687-4918 Press Row......................................(704) 687-4999 Web Site.................... www.charlotte49ers.com

Location..............................................Chicago, Ill. Nickname.................................................Cougars Colors........................................ Green and White Athletic Director............................... Sudie Davis Home Court............... Emil & Patricia Jones Ctr. Capacity..........................................................7,000 Head Coach........................................Tracy Dildy Alma Mater............................................ UIC, 1991 Record at CSU.......................................First year Career record.............................................. Same 2009-10 record (Great West)............... 9-23 (4-8) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 9/5 SID..................................................Corey Miggins E-Mail.....................................cmiggins@csu.edu Office Phone..................................(773) 995-2217 Cell Phone......................................(773) 414-5961 Office Fax.......................................(773) 821-4961 Press Row.........................................................NA Web Site.....................www.gocsucougars.com

Location...................................Fort Colllins, Colo. Nickname......................................................Rams Colors...........................................Green and Gold Athletic Director........................ Paul Kowalczyk Home Court...................................... Moby Arena Capacity..........................................................8,745 Head Coach.......................................... Tim Miles Alma Mater......................................... Mary, 1989 Record at CSU.........................................32-63 (3) Career record....................................244-195 (15) 2009-10 record (MWC)....................... 16-16 (7-9) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 7/5 SID................................................... Danny Mattie E-Mail........................... D.Mattie@colostate.edu Office Phone..................................(970) 491-5050 Cell Phone......................................(970) 217-3140 Office Fax.......................................(970) 491-1348 Press Row......................................(970) 491-3981 Web Site...............................www.csurams.com

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2010-11 Schedule vs. South Carolina State at George Mason at East Carolina/NC State at TBA at Oregon State vs. Radford at East Carolina vs. Winthrop at Davidson vs. Tennessee vs. Wright State at Mercer at Georgia Tech at Richmond* at St. Bonaventure* vs. Fordham* vs. Massachusetts* at Duquesne* at Temple* vs. La Salle* vs. Xavier* vs. George Washington* at Rhode Island* vs. Dayton* at Saint Louis* at George Washington* vs. Richmond* at Xavier* vs. Saint Joseph’s*

Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.

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2010-11 Schedule vs. Concordia Univ. Chicago at DePaul at Notre Dame at BYU at Saint Mary’s vs. Georgia Southern vs. Mississippi Valley State at Wichita State vs. Southern Illinois vs. Southern Arkansas vs. Stephen F. Austin vs. Trinity International at Hawai’i at Iowa State at Drake at Texas Christian vs. Utah Valley* vs. Houston Baptist* vs. Texas Pan-American* vs. NJIT* at Utah Valley* at Houston Baptist* at Texas Pan-American* at IPFW vs. South Dakota* vs. North Dakota* vs. Olivet Nazarene at Saint Louis at South Dakota* at North Dakota* at NJIT*

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Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.

13 18 27 1 4 8 11 20 22 23 24 28 30 1 4 12 15 19 22 26 29 2 5 12 16 19 23 26 2 5

2010-11 Schedule vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Denver vs. Sam Houston State vs. Drake vs. Fresno State at Colorado vs. Kansas vs. Northern Colorado vs. Appalachian State Cancun Governor’s Cup Cancun Governor’s Cup Hilltop Classic Hilltop Classic Hilltop Classic vs. Wyoming* at New Mexico* vs. TCU* at UNLV* vs. BYU* vs. Air Force* at Utah* vs. San Diego State* at Wyoming* vs. New Mexico* at TCU* vs. UNLV* at BYU* at Air Force* vs. Utah* at San Diego State*

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2010-11 Opponents Dayton Wed., Jan. 5, 2011, in St. Louis Wed., Mar. 2, 2011, in Dayton Location............................................Dayton, Ohio Nickname.....................................................Flyers Colors...............................................Red and Blue Athletic Director................................ Tim Wabler Home Court........................................... UD Arena Capacity........................................................13,266 Head Coach.................................. Brian Gregory Alma Mater....................................Oakland, 1990 Record at UD.........................................125-68 (6) Career record.............................................. Same 2009-10 record (A-10)......................... 27-8 (11-5) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...................... 10/3 SID............................................... Doug Hauschild E-Mail........................................sid@udayton.edu Office Phone..................................(937) 229-4390 Cell Phone......................................(937) 272-4503 Office Fax.......................................(937) 229-4461 Press Row......................................(937) 449-2855 Web Site........................ www.daytonflyers.com

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2010-11 Schedule vs. Mount St. Mary’s vs. Akron at Ole Miss vs. Savannah State vs. Florida A&M at Cincinnati vs. East Tennesse State vs. Miami vs. Central Connecticut State at Old Dominion vs. Western Carolina vs. Winthrop at Seton Hall vs. George Mason vs. New Mexico at Saint Louis* at Massachusetts* vs. Saint Joseph’s* at Xavier* vs. Fordham* vs. Richmond* at Duquesne* vs. St. Bonaventure* at La Salle* at Rhode Island* vs. Temple* at Charlotte* vs. Duquesne* vs. Xavier* vs. Saint Louis* at George Washington*

Duke Sat., Dec. 11, 2010, in Durham, N.C Location...........................................Durham, N.C. Nickname........................................... Blue Devils Colors.................................... Duke Blue & White Athletic Director...............................Kevin White Home Court................Cameron Indoor Stadium Capacity..........................................................9,314 Head Coach..............................Mike Krzyzewski Alma Mater......................................... Army, 1969 Record at Duke..................................795-220 (30) Career record....................................868-279 (35) 2009-10 record (ACC).......................... 35-5 (13-3) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 7/5 SID....................................................... Matt Plizga E-Mail.............................. plizga@duaa.duke.edu Office Phone..................................(919) 668-1712 Cell Phone......................................(919) 812-0882 Office Fax.......................................(919) 684-2489 Press Row......................................(919) 684-6186 Web Site................................. www.goduke.com

Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.

14 16 19 22 23 27 1 4 8 11 20 29 2 5 9 12 15 19 22 27 30 2 5 9 13 16 20 23 26 2 5

2010-11 Schedule vs. Princeton vs. Miami (Ohio) vs. Colgate vs. Marquette vs. Gonzaga/Kansas State at Oregon vs. Michigan State vs. Butler vs. Bradley vs. Saint Louis vs. Elon at UNC Greensboro vs. Miami* vs. Alabama-Birmingham vs. Maryland* at Florida State* vs. Virginia* at N.C. State* at Wake Forest* vs. Boston College* at St. John’s at Maryland* vs. N.C. State* vs. North Carolina* at Miami* at Virginia* vs. Georgia Tech* vs. Temple at Virginia Tech* vs. Clemson* at North Carolina*

Duquesne Wed., Jan. 12, 2011, in Pittsburgh, Pa Sat., Feb. 26, 2011, in St. Louis Location........................................ Pittsburgh, Pa. Nickname.................................................... Dukes Colors...............................................Red and Blue Athletic Director............................. Greg Amodio Home Court........................A.J. Palumbo Center Capacity..........................................................4,406 Head Coach.................................... Ron Everhart Alma Mater........................... Virginia Tech. 1985 Record at Duquesne...............................64-61 (4) Career record....................................238-233 (16) 2009-10record (A-10).......................... 16-16 (7-9) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 8/4 SID........................................................ Dave Saba E-Mail............................................saba@duq.edu Office Phone..................................(412) 396-5861 Cell Phone......................................(412) 225-5317 Office Fax.......................................(412) 396-6210 Press Row......................................(412) 396-4925 Web Site........................ www.goduquesne.com

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2010-11 Schedule vs. Bluefield State at Robert Morris at Bowling Green vs. UMBC vs. Pittsburgh at Penn State at Green Bay vs. West Virginia vs. IUPUI vs. George Mason vs. Northwestern State vs. Norfolk State at Saint Joseph’s* at Houston Baptist vs. Saint Louis* vs. Temple* at La Salle* vs. Charlotte* at Fordham* vs. Dayton* vs. George Washington* at St. Bonaventure* vs. Xavier* at Massachusetts* at Dayton* vs. Rhode Island* at Saint Louis* vs. St. Bonaventure* at Richmond*

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2010-11 Opponents East Tenn. St.

Fordham

George Washington

Possible Cancun Governor’s Cup Opponent

Wed., Jan. 19, 2011, in East Rutherford, N.J.

Sat., Jan. 29, 2011, in Washington, D.C.

Location................................Johnson City, Tenn. Nickname..........................................Buccaneers Colors............................ Navy Blue and Old Gold Athletic Director............................. Dave Mullins Home Court................................Memorial Cener Capacity..........................................................6,500 Head Coach.................................. Murry Bartow Alma Mater...............Alabama-Biringham, 1985 Record at ETSU.....................................138-87 (8) Career record....................................241-170 (13) 2009-10 record (Atlantic Sun)......... 20-15 (13-7) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 7/1 SID................................................. Michael White E-Mail...................................... whitem@etsu.edu Office Phone..................................(423) 439-4220 Cell Phone......................................(423) 956-1461 Office Fax.......................................(423) 439-6138 Press Row......................................(423) 439-5329 Web Site........................... www.ETSUBucs.com

Location............................................... Bronx, N.Y. Nickname......................................................Rams Colors.....................................Maroon and White Athletic Director.................... Frank McLaughlin Home Court....................................Rose Hill Gym Capacity..........................................................3,200 Head Coach...................................... Tom Pecora Alma Mater.....................................Adelphi, 1983 Record at FORD................................First season Career record......................................155-127 (9) 2009-10 record (A-10)......................... 2-26 (0-16) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 8/5 SID.........................................................Joe DiBari E-Mail.................................. dibari@fordham.edu Office Phone..................................(718) 817-4240 Cell Phone......................................(917) 539-5061 Office Fax.......................................(718) 817-4244 Press Row......................................(718) 817-2736 Web Site.................... www.fordhamsports.com

Location....................................Washington, D.C. Nickname............................................... Colonials Colors.............................................. Buff and Blue Athletic Director..............................Jack Kvancz Home Court.................. Charles E. Smith Center Capacity..........................................................5,000 Head Coach........................................Karl Hobbs Alma Mater.............................Connecticut, 1985 Record at GW......................................149-115 (9) Career record.............................................. Same 2009-10 record (A-10)....................... 16-15 (6-10) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...................... 10/5 SID......................................................Brad Bower E-Mail......................................bbower@gwu.edu Office Phone..................................(202) 994-0339 Cell Phone......................................(202) 420-1779 Office Fax.......................................(202) 994-2713 Press Row......................................(202) 994-1776 Web Site..............................www.gwsports.com

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2010-11 Schedule at Kentucky at Murray State vs. Tennessee Tech vs. Milligan at Dayton at USC Upstate at Mississippi State at Ole Miss vs. Southern Miss Cancun Governor’s Cup Cancun Governor’s Cup Campbell* at Mercer* at Kennesaw State* Florida Gulf Coast* Stetson* at North Florida* at Jacksonville* Lipscomb* Belmont* USC Upstate* Kennesaw State* Mercer* at Florida Gulf Coast* at Stetson* Jacksonville* North Florida* at Belmont* at Lipscomb* at Campbell

Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.

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2010-11 Schedule vs. Brown vs. Sacred Heart vs. Hampton vs. Long Island vs. University of Hartford at Harvard at Lehigh vs. Manhattan vs. St. John’s vs. Kennesaw State at Georgia Tech vs. American University vs. Santa Clara/Delaware vs. Temple* at George Washington* at Charlotte* vs. Saint Louis* at Dayton* vs. Duquesne* vs. St. Bonaventure* at Rhode Island* vs. Richmond* at Temple* vs. Saint Joseph’s* at Xavier* at St. Bonaventure* vs. Rhode Island* at La Salle* vs. Massachusetts*

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2010-11 Schedule vs. Boston University vs. Villanova/Marist NIT Season Tip-off vs. UNC Wilmington at George Mason vs. Navy vs. Towson at Oregon State vs. East Carolina at UAB vs. Holy Cross at Howard vs. La Salle* at Saint Joseph’s* vs. Fordham* vs. Harvard at Richmond* vs. St. Bonaventure* at Xavier* vs. Saint Louis* at Duquesne* at Charlotte* vs. Richmond* at Massachusetts* at La Salle* vs. Charlotte* vs. Temple* at Rhode Island* vs. Dayton*

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2010-11 Opponents Georgia

IUPUI

Jacksonville

Sun., Nov. 20, 2010, in St. Louis

Sat., Nov. 27, 2010, in St. Louis

Wed., Dec. 15, 2010, in St. Louis

Location..............................................Athens, Ga. Nickname................................................Bulldogs Colors.............................................Red and Black Athletic Director............................ Damon Evans Home Court.........................Stegeman Coliseum Capacity........................................................10,523 Head Coach...........................................Mark Fox Alma Mater.............Eastern New Mexico, 1991 Record at UGA.............................................. 14-17 Career record........................................137-60 (5) 2009-09 record (SEC)........................ 14-17 (5-11) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 7/6 SID...............................................................Tim Hix E-Mail..................................thix@sports.uga.edu Office Phone..................................(706) 542-1621 Cell Phone.........................................................NA Office Fax.......................................(706) 542-9339 Press Row......................................(706) 542-8052 Web Site........................www.georgiadogs.com

Location....................................Indianapolis, Ind. Nickname.................................................Jaguars Colors.................................. Red, Gold and Black Athletic Director.........................Michael Moore Home Court.........................................The Jungle Capacity..........................................................1,215 Head Coach....................................... Ron Hunter Alma Mater............................Miami (Ohio), 1986 Record at IUPUI................................245-205 (16) Career record...............................................same 2009-10 record (Summit).................. 25-11 (15-3) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 6/2 SID.................................................... Ed Holdaway E-Mail.................................eholdawa@iupui.edu Office Phone..................................(317) 274-2725 Cell Phone......................................(317) 908-2645 Office Fax.......................................(317) 274-0609 Press Row.........................................................NA Web Site.............................. www.iupuijags.com

Location...................................... Jacksonville, FL Nickname................................................Dolphins Colors...........................................Green and Gold Athletic Director..........................Alan Verlander Home Court..... Jacksonville Veterans Mem. Arena Capacity..........................................................5,181 Head Coach......................................Cliff Warren Alma Mater....................Mount St. Mary’s. 1990 Record at Jacksonville..........................72-80 (3) Career record..........................................72-80 (3) 2009-10 record (Atlantic Sun)......... 20-13 (14-6) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................3 SID......................................................... Joel Lamp E-Mail.............................................. jlamp@ju.edu Office Phone..................................(904) 256-7409 Cell Phone......................................(904) 304-2067 Office Fax.......................................(904) 256-7424 Press Row.......................................................TBA Web Site............................www.judolphins.com

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2010-11 Schedule vs. Mississippi Valley State vs. Colorado at Saint Louis at Old Spice Classic vs. UAB at Georgia Tech vs. Arkansas State vs. High Point at Mercer vs. Charleston Southern vs. Eastern Kentucky vs. Kentucky* at Vanderbilt* at Ole Miss* vs. Tennessee* vs. Mississippi State* vs. Florida* at Kentucky* at Arkansas* vs. Auburn* vs. Xavier at South Carolina* vs. Vanderbilt* at Tennessee* at Florida* vs. South Carolina* vs. LSU* at Alabama*

Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb.

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2010-11 Schedule vs. Gonzaga vs. IU-Northwest at Miami (Ohio) vs. San Diego State vs. Green Bay at Saint Louis vs. IU-East vs. Centenary College* vs. Oral Roberts* at Ohio State at Ohio at Duquesne at Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic at Florida Gulf Coast vs. Western Illinois* at Oakland* at IPFW* vs. North Dakota State* vs. South Dakota State* at UMKC* at Southern Utah* at Western Illinois* vs. IPFW* vs. Oakland* at South Dakota State* at North Dakota State* vs. Southern Utah* vs. UMKC* at Oral Robrts* at Centenary College*

Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb.

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2010-11 Schedule at Miami vs. Savannah State vs. Florida Tech at Samford at Auburn vs. Stetson* vs. Florida Gulf Coast* at Winthrop at Saint Louis at Florida vs. Bethun-Cookman* at Campbell* at Lipscomb* at Belmont* vs. USC Upstate* vs. East Tenn. State* at Mercer* at Kennesaw State* at North Florida* vs. Campbell* vs. Belmont* vs. Lipscomb* vs. North Florida* at East Tenn. State* at USC Upstate* vs. Kennesaw State* vs. Mercer* at Florida Guld Coast* at Stetson*

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2010-11 Opponents La Salle

Massachusetts

Mississippi

Wed., Feb. 9, 2011, in St. Louis

Wed., Feb. 2, 2011, in St. Louis

Possible Cancun Governor’s Cup Opponent

Location.....................................Philadelphia, Pa. Nickname...............................................Explorers Colors............................................. Blue and Gold Athletic Director................Dr. Thomas Brennan Home Court................................ Tom Gola Arena Capacity..........................................................4,000 Head Coach.............................Dr. John Giannini Alma Mater.......................... North Central, 1984 Record at La Salle...................................83-97 (6) Career record....................................380-246 (21) 2009-10 record (A-10)....................... 12-18 (4-12) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 6/6 SID................................................... Kevin Bonner E-Mail...................................bonner@lasalle.edu Office Phone..................................(215) 951-1513 Cell Phone.........................................................NA Office Fax.......................................(215) 951-1694 Press Row......................................(215) 438-5158 Web Site.........................www.goexplorers.com

Location...................................... Amherst, Mass. Nickname........................................... Minutemen Colors.....................................Maroon and White Athletic Director................... John McCutcheon Home Court.................................. Mullins Center Capacity..........................................................9,493 Head Coach.................................. Derek Kellogg Alma Mater.......................Massachusetts, 1995 Record at UMass....................................24-38 (2) Career record.............................................. Same 2009-10 record (A-10)....................... 12-20 (5-11) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...................... 10/3 SID...................................................... Jason Yellin E-Mail......................... jyellin@admin.umass.edu Office Phone..................................(413) 545-3061 Cell Phone......................................(413) 687-1756 Office Fax.......................................(413) 545-1556 Press Row............................ (413) 545-6139/6323 Web Site................... www.umassathletics.com

Location...........................................Oxford, Miss. Nickname................................................... Rebels Colors.................... Cardinal Red and Navy Blue Athletic Director................................Pete Boone Home Court............... C.M. Tad Smith Coliseium Capacity..........................................................9,061 Head Coach..................................Andy Kennedy Alma Mater.......................................... UAB, 1991 Record at Ole Miss.................................85-50 (4) Career record........................................106-63 (5) 2009-10 record (SEC).......................... 24-11 (9-7) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 1/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 6/6 SID.......................................................Joey Jones E-Mail..................................... joeyj@olemiss.edu Office Phone..................................(662) 915-7525 Cell Phone......................................(662) 816-7512 Office Fax.......................................(662) 915-7006 Press Row......................................(662) 236-1931 Web Site..................... www.olemisssports.com

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2010-11 Schedule vs. Columbia at Baylor vs. Prarie View A&M vs. Morgan State vs. Providence vs. Missouri/Wyoming vs. Delaware State vs. Oklahoma State at Boston University vs. Villanova vs. Bucknell vs. Rider vs. Towson vs. Binghampton at George Washington* vs. Richmond* vs. Penn at. Massachusetts* vs. Duquesne* at Rhode Island* vs. Saint Joseph’s* at Charlotte* vs. Temple* vs. Dayton* at Saint Louis* at St. Bonaventure* vs. George Washingon* at Xavier* vs. Massachusetts* vs. Fordham* at Temple*

Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.

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2010-11 Schedule vs. Rider vs. Sacred Heart vs. New Mexico State vs. TCU vs. American International vs. Holy Cross at Quinnipiac vs. Boston College vs. Maine vs. Seton Hall vs. UCF vs. Boston University at Central Connecticut vs. Dayton* at Xavier* vs. La Salle* at Charlotte* vs. Richmond* at St. Bonaventure* vs. Rhode Island* at Saint Louis* at Saint Joseph’s* vs. George Washington* vs. Duquesne* at Rhode Island* vs. Saint Joseph’s* at La Salle* vs. Temple* at Fordham*

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2010-11 Schedule vs. Arkansas State vs. Murray State vs. Dayton vs. Penn State at Miami (FL) vs. Southern Miss at Arkansas-Little Rock vs. Mississippi Valley State vs. ETSU vs. Texas State Cancun Governor’s Cup 30 vs. Alcorn State vs. Southeastern Louisiana at SMU at Florida vs. Mississippi State vs. Georgia at Vanderbilt at LSU vs. Tennessee vs. Kentucky at Arkansas vs. LSU at Alabama vs. Auburn at Mississippi State at South Carolina vs. Alabama at Auburn vs. Arkansas

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2010-11 Opponents Missouri State

Northeastern

Portland

Sat., Dec. 18, 2010, in Springfield, Mo.

Wed., Dec. 22, 2010, in Cancun, Mexico

Tue., Nov. 30, 2010, in Portland, Ore.

Location...................................... Springfield, Mo. Nickname.....................................................Bears Colors.....................................Maroon and White Athletic Director................................ Kyle Moats Home Court.........................................JQH Arena Capacity........................................................11,000 Head Coach................................. Cuonzo Martin Alma Mater......................................Purdue, 1995 Record at MSU........................................35-32 (2) Career record.............................................. Same 2009-10 record (MVC)....................... 24-12 (8-10) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 8/3 SID....................................................Rick Kindhart E-Mail...................rkindhart@missouristate.edu Office Phone..................................(417) 836-4585 Cell Phone.........................................................NA Office Fax.......................................(417) 836-4868 Press Row......................................(417) 836-4150 Web Site............www.missouristatebears.com

Location.........................................Boston, Mass. Nickname................................................. Huskies Colors.............................................Red and Black Athletic Director.................................Peter Roby Home Court.............................. Matthews Arena Capacity..........................................................5,066 Head Coach............................................Bill Coen Alma Mater...................................Hamilton, 1983 Record at NU...........................................66-62 (4) Career record.............................................. Same 2009-10 record (CAA)....................... 20-13 (14-4) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 8/6 SID....................................................Brad Kasnert E-Mail....................................................................... Office Phone..................................(617) 373-4154 Cell Phone.........................................................NA Office Fax.......................................(617) 373-3172 Press Row......................................(617) 373-5561 Web Site..................................... www.gonu.com

Location..........................................Portland, Ore. Nickname......................................................Pilots Colors....................................... Purple and White Athletic Director...........................Larry Williams Home Court.....................................Chiles Center Capacity..........................................................4,852 Head Coach...................................... Eric Reveno Alma Mater................................... Stanford, 1989 Record at Portland..................................58-69 (4) Career record...............................................same 2009-10 record (WCC)...................... 21-11 (10-4) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 1/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 6/6 SID.................................................. Jason Brough E-Mail.......................................... brough@up.edu Office Phone..................................(503) 943-8439 Cell Phone......................................(503) 706-3460 Office Fax.......................................(503) 943-7242 Press Row......................................(503) 943-7527 Web Site......................www.portlandpilots.com

Nov. 12 16 17 19 22-26 Dec. 1 4 11 18 22 29 Jan. 1 4 7 9 12 16 19 22 25 30 Feb. 2 5 9 12 15 18-20 23 26

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2010-11 Schedule vs. Oral Roberts vs. Arkansas State vs. Tennessee/Belmont at Tulsa at Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Season Tip-Off vs. Arkansas-Little Rock vs. Central Arkansas at Oklahoma State vs. Saint Louis vs. Arkansas State at Northern Iowa* vs. Illinois State* at Creighton* vs. Evansville* at Wichita State* vs. Southern Illinois* at Bradley* at Indiana State* vs. Creighton* at Drake* vs. Northern Iowa* at Evansville* vs. Indiana State* vs. Bradley* at Illinois State* vs. Drake* at ESN BracketBusters at Southern Illinois* vs. Wichita State*

Nov. 12 16 20 28 Dec. 1 4 8 22 23 24 29 30 Jan. 3 5 8 12 15 19 22 24 26 29 Feb. 2 5 9 12 15 19 23 26

2010-11 Schedule vs. Boston University at Southern Illinois vs. Siena at Utah State at Providence vs. Drexel* vs. Rhode Island vs. Saint Louis vs. East Tennessee St./Southern Miss. TBA vs. Princeton vs. Central Florida/Furman at James Madison* at Old Dominion* vs. Hofstra* vs. George Mason* at Virginia Commonwealth* at Delaware* at Drexel* vs. William and Mary* at UNC Wilmington* vs. Georgia State* vs. Virginia Commonwealth* at Hofstra* vs. Towson* at Georgia State* vs. Delaware* at TBA (ESPN Bracketbuster) at George Mason* vs. UNC Wilmington*

Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb.

12 13 14 19 20 23 27 30 3 6 11 18 22 27 31 8 13 15 20 22 27 29 3 5 10 12 17 19 24 26

2010-11 Schedule vs. UW-Milwaukee vs. UC-Davis vs. Florida Atlantic vs. Kentucky at Idaho at Washington State vs. UC-Santa Barbara vs. Saint Louis at Montana at Washington at Denver at Portland State vs. Boise State vs. Nevada vs. Utah at Gonzaga* vs. Loyola Marymount* vs. Pepperdine* at San Francisco* at Santa Clara* vs. San Diego* vs. Saint Mary’s* vs. Gonzaga* at Seattle at Pepperdine* vs. Loyola Marymount* vs. San Francisco* vs. Santa Clara* at San Diego* at Saint Mary’s*

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2010-11 Opponents Rhode Island

Richmond

Saint Joseph’s

Wed., Jan. 26, 2011, in St. Louis

Sat., Feb. 12, 2011, in Richmond

Sat., Jan. 15, 2011, in St. Louis

Location........................................... Kingston, R.I. Nickname......................................................Rams Colors............... Keaney Blue, Dark Blue, White Athletic Director................................ Thorr Bjorn Home Court.......................................Ryan Center Capacity..........................................................7,657 Head Coach......................................... Jim Baron Alma Mater......................St. Bonaventure, 1977 Record at URI......................................157-128 (9) Career record....................................363-330 (23) 2009-10 record (A-10)......................... 26-10 (9-7) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 9/3 SID..................................................... Mike Laprey E-Mail........................................ mlaprey@uri.edu Office Phone..................................(401) 874-2401 Cell Phone.........................................................NA Office Fax.......................................(401) 874-5354 Press Row......................................(401) 874-5359 Web Site................................www.gorhody.com

Location......................................... Richmond, Va. Nickname..................................................Spiders Colors...............................................Red and Blue Athletic Director...................................Jim Miller Home Court................................... Robins Center Capacity..........................................................9,071 Head Coach...................................Chris Mooney Alma Mater................................. Princeton, 1994 Record at UR............................................57-70 (4) Career record........................................99-109 (7) 2008-09 record (A-10)......................... 20-16 (9-7) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 5/0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...................... 13/2 SID....................................................Mark Kwolek E-Mail.......................... mkwolek@richmond.edu Office Phone..................................(804) 289-8320 Cell Phone......................................(804) 349-3353 Office Fax.......................................(804) 289-8820 Press Row......................................(804) 289-8806 Web Site................ www.richmondspiders.com

Location.....................................Philadelphia, Pa. Nickname................................................... Hawks Colors.......................................Crimson and Gray Athletic Director................................Don DiJulia Home Court...........Michael J. Hagen ‘85 Arena Capacity..........................................................4,200 Head Coach......................................Phil Martelli Alma Mater................................... Widener, 1976 Record at SJU...................................289-187 (15) Career record.............................................. Same 2009-10 record (A-10)....................... 11-20 (5-11) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 6/7 SID.................................................Marie Wozniak E-Mail.................................... mwozniak@sju.edu Office Phone..................................(610) 660-1727 Cell Phone......................................(610) 999-3634 Office Fax.......................................(610) 660-1724 Press Row......................................(215) 898-4324 Web Site............................. www.sjuhawks.com

Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.

3 8 16 19 20 21 24 27 4 8 11 18 22 29 3 9 13 16 19 22 26 30 2 5 9 12 19 23 26 2 5

2010-11 Schedule vs. Rhode Island College at Pittsburgh vs. Brown vs. College of Charleston vs. Toledo vs. Illinois-Chicago vs. Drexel vs. Davidson at Providence at Northeastern at Quinnipiac vs. New Hampshire vs. Lafayette vs. Boston College at Florida vs. Xavier* at Richmond* vs. St. Bonaventure* at Saint Joseph’s* vs. La Salle* at Saint Louis* at Massachusetts* vs. Fordham* at Temple* vs. Dayton* vs. Charlotte* vs. Massachusetts* at Duquesne* at Fordham* vs. George Washington* at St. Bonaventure*

Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.

12 15 18 21 23 26 27 1 5 11 18 22 26 29 2 5 8 13 19 22 25 29 2 5 9 12 17 20 26 2 5

2010-11 Schedule vs. The Citadel vs. William & Mary at Iona vs. Charleston Southern vs. Southern vs. Wright State Purdue/Southern Illinois at Old Dominion at Arizona State vs. VCU vs. Georgia Teck at UNC Greensboro at Seton Hall vs. Wake Forest vs. Bucknell vs. Charlotte* at La Salle* vs. Rhode Island* vs. George Washington* at Massachusetts* at Dayton* vs. Xavier* vs. Saint Joseph’s* at Fordham* at George Washington* vs. Saint Louis* at Temple* vs. St. Bonaventure* at Charlotte* at Saint Joseph’s vs. Duquesne*

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Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.

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

2010-11 Schedule vs. Western Kentucky at Penn State vs. Norfolk State at Fairfield vs. Rutgers at Drexel at Villanova at Princeton vs. Minnesota at Creighton at Boston University at Holy Cross vs. Siena vs. Duquesne* vs. George Washington* at Dayton* at Saint Louis* vs. Rhode Island* vs. Penn at La Salle* vs. Temple* at Richmond* vs. Massachusetts* at Fordham* vs. Xavier* at Temple* at Massachusetts* vs. St. Bonaventure* vs. Richmond* at Charlotte*

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2010-11 Opponents Southern Miss

St. Bonaventure

Temple

Possible Cancun Governor’s Cup Opponent

Wed., Feb. 16, 2011, in Olean, N.Y.

Sun., Jan. 9, 2011, in Philadelphia

Location..................................Hattiesburg, Miss. Nickname......................................Golden Eagles Colors........................................... Black and Gold Athletic Director.......................Richard Giannini Home Court......................Reed Green Coliseum Capacity..........................................................8,095 Head Coach.................................Larry Eustachy Alma Mater...................Long Beach State, 1979 Record at USM........................................96-94 (7) Career record....................................356-239 (20) 2009-10 record (C-USA)..................... 20-14 (8-8) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 5/0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 7/7 SID......................... Tim Andrzejewski@usm.edu E-Mail..............timothy.andrzejewski@usm.edu Office Phone..................................(601) 266-4503 Cell Phone......................................(662) 312-7663 Office Fax.......................................(601) 266-4507 Press Row......................................(601) 266-5428 Web Site...................... www.southernmiss.com

Location.............................St. Bonaventure, N.Y. Nickname.................................................Bonnies Colors....................................... Brown and White Athletic Director........................... Steve Watson Home Court............ Bob Lanier Court/Reilly Ctr. Capacity..........................................................5,780 Head Coach.................................. Mark Schmidt Alma Mater....................... Boston College, 1986 Record at SBU.........................................38-53 (3) Career record......................................120-143 (9) 2009-10 record (A-10)......................... 15-16 (7-9) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 8/4 SID.....................................................Dallas Miller E-Mail.........................................dmiller@sbu.edu Office Phone..................................(716) 375-2575 Cell Phone......................................(585) 217-1007 Office Fax.......................................(716) 375-2383 Press Row......................................(716) 375-2661 Web Site............................www.gobonnies.com

Location.....................................Philadelphia, Pa. Nickname.......................................................Owls Colors....................................... Cherry and White Athletic Director........................... Bill Bradshaw Home Court..............................Liacouras Center Capacity........................................................10,206 Head Coach.....................................Fran Dunphy Alma Mater.................................... La Salle, 1970 Record at TU............................................55-43 (3) Career record....................................365-206 (20) 2009-10 record (A-10)....................... 22-12 (11-5) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...................... 10/3 SID...............................................Larry Dougherty E-Mail....................larry.dougherty@temple.edu Office Phone..................................(215) 204-2588 Cell Phone......................................(215) 651-1822 Office Fax.......................................(215) 204-7499 Press Row......................................(215) 204-7445 Web Site.............................www.owlsports.com

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12 17 22 27 1 4 11 12 22 23 29 30 30 5 8 12 15 19 22 26 29 2 5 12 16 19 26 2 5

2010-11 Schedule at USF vs. South Alabama vs. McNeese State vs. Spring Hill vs. Alcorn State at Ole Miss at Cal State Monterey Bay at California East Tennessee State Northeastern/Saint Louis vs. Mississippi Valley State vs. Savannah State vs. Southeastern Louisiana vs. Houston* at Marshall* at Rice* vs. UCF* vs. Memphis* at SMU* at East Carolina* vs. Tulane* at UAB* vs. Marshall* at Memphis* vs. UTEP vs. East Carolina* at UCF* vs. UAB* at Tulsa*

Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.

12 14 19 21 27 4 7 11 18 23 28 2 5 8 12 16 19 22 26 29 2 5 12 16 20 23 26 2 5

2010-11 Schedule at Canisius vs. Arkansas-Little Rock at Cornell at Birmingham at Cleveland State vs. Buffalo at St. John’s (N.Y.) vs. Niagara vs. Ohio vs. Virginia Tech vs. Siena vs. Marshall at Arkansas-Little Rock vs. Charlotte* at Temple* at Rhode Island* vs. Xavier* at George Washington* vs. Massachusetts* at Fordham* at Dayton* vs. Duquesne* vs. La Salle* vs. Saint Louis* at Richmond* vs. Fordham* at Saint Joseph’s* at Duquesne* vs. Rhode Island*

Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.

12 14 25 26 28 1 5 9 12 18 22 30 5 9 12 15 19 22 26 29 2 5 9 12 17 20 23 26 2 5

2010-11 Schedule vs. Seton Hall vs. Toledo vs. California (Old Spice Classic) Old Spice Classic Old Spice Classic at Central Michigan vs. Maryland vs. Georgetown vs. Akron vs. Northern Illinois at Ohio at Villanova at Fordham* vs. Saint Louis* vs. St. Bonaventure* at Duquesne* vs. Penn at Xavier* vs. Charlotte* at Saint Joseph’s* at La Salle* vs. Rhode Island* vs. Fordham* at Dayton* vs. Richmond* vs. Saint Joseph’s* at Duke at George Washington* at Massachusetts* vs. La Salle*

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2010-11 Opponents Tennessee State

Texas State

Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010, in St. Louis

Possible Cancun Governor’s Cup Opponent

Location...................................... Nashville, Tenn. Nickname.....................................................Tigers Colors................................Royal Blue and White Athletic Director.......................... Teresa Phillips Home Court.............. John B. McClendon Court Capacity........................................................10,500 Head Coach.....................................John Cooper Alma Mater.......................... Wichita State. 1991 Record at TSU...........................................9-23 (1) Career record.............................................. Same 2009-10 record (Ohio Valley)............. 9-23 (6-12) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 4/4 SID....................................................... Zena Lewis E-Mail....................................zlewis@tnstate.edu Office Phone..................................(615) 963-5922 Cell Phone.........................................................NA Office Fax.......................................(615) 693-5911 Press Row............................ (615) 963-7616/7617 Web Site...............................www.tsutigers.com

Location................................ San Marcos, Texas Nickname.................................................Bobcats Colors....................................... Maroon and Gold Athletic Director............................. Dr. Larry Teis Home Court.............................Strahan Coliseum Capacity..........................................................7,200 Head Coach...................................Doug Davalos Alma Mater....................................Houston. 1991 Record at TSU.........................................51-68 (4) Career record......................................123-103 (8) 2009-10 record (Southland)............... 15-16 (9-7) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 8/4 SID........................................... Denise Thompson E-Mail........................................dt24@txstate.edu Office Phone..................................(512) 245-2988 Cell Phone......................................(512) 216-3440 Office Fax.......................................(512) 245-2967 Press Row......................................(512) 245-5532 Web Site....................www.txstatebobcats.com

Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb.

12 15 17 20 23 29 2 4 7 12 19 21 29 2 6 8 15 20 22 27 29 3 5 7 12 14 19 24 26

2010-11 Schedule at Mississippi State vs. Fisk at Illinois State vs. Savannah State at Saint Louis vs. Belmont at Eastern Illinois* at Southeast Missouri State* at Alabama A&M vs. LeMoyne-Owen vs. Morehead State* vs. Eastern Kentucky* at Middle Tennessee State at Memphis at Murray State* at UT Martin* vs. Austin Peay State* vs. Jacksonville State* vs. Tennessee Tech* at Morehead State* at Eastern Kentucky* vs. Murray State* vs. UT Martin* at Jacksonville State* at Austin Peay State* at Tennessee Tech* vs TBA (ESPN Bracketbuster) vs. Southeast Missouri State* vs. Eastern Illinois*

Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb.

12 15 17 20 23 29 2 4 7 12 19 21 29 2 6 8 15 20 22 27 29 3 5 7 12 14 19 24 26

2010-11 Schedule at Mississippi State vs. Fisk at Illinois State vs. Savannah State at Saint Louis vs. Belmont at Eastern Illinois* at Southeast Missouri State* at Alabama A&M vs. LeMoyne-Owen vs. Morehead State* vs. Eastern Kentucky* at Middle Tennessee State at Memphis at Murray State* at UT Martin* vs. Austin Peay State* vs. Jacksonville State* vs. Tennessee Tech* at Morehead State* at Eastern Kentucky* vs. Murray State* vs. UT Martin* at Jacksonville State* at Austin Peay State* at Tennessee Tech* vs TBA (ESPN Bracketbuster) vs. Southeast Missouri State* vs. Eastern Illinois*

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Xavier Sat., Feb. 5, 2011, in Cincinnati Sat., March 5, 2011, in St. Louis Location...................................... Cincinnati, Ohio Nickname.......................................... Musketeers Colors...................... Navy Blue, Gray and White Athletic Director........................... Mike Bobinski Home Court.................................... Cintas Center Capacity........................................................10,250 Head Coach....................................... Chris Mack Alma Mater....................................... Xavier, 1992 Record at XU..............................................26-9 (1) Career record.............................................. Same 2009-10 record (A-10)......................... 26-9 (14-2) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...................... 11/3 SID.......................................................... Tom Eiser E-Mail........................................eiser@xavier.edu Office Phone..................................(513) 745-3124 Home Phone..................................(513) 662-3644 Office Fax.......................................(513) 745-2825 Press Row......................................(513) 745-3929 Web Site............................... www.goxavier.com

Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.

12 16 19 20 22 27 1 9 18 22 28 31 6 9 12 15 19 22 26 29 2 5 8 13 16 19 22 27 2 5

2010-11 Schedule vs. Western Michigan vs. IPFW vs. Iowa (2010 Paradise Jam) 2010 Paradise Jam 2010 Paradise Jam vs. Wofford at Miami (OH) vs. Butler vs. Wake Forest at Gonzaga vs. Albany NY vs. Florida at Cincinnati at Rhode Island* vs. Massachusetts* vs. Dayton* at St. Bonaventure* vs. Temple* vs. George Washington* at Richmond* at Charlotte* vs. Saint Louis* at Georgia at Duquesne* at Saint Joseph’s* vs. Fordham* vs. La Salle* at Dayton* vs. Charlotte* at Saint Louis*

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Series Records vs. 2010-11 Opponents Appalachian State – First meeting Austin Peay (1-1) 12/28/94 W 11/19/04 L

71-54 45-52

H N

Bowling Green (1-3) 3/11/48 W 3/14/49 L 12/29/78 L 1/2/10 L

69-53 74-80 76-86 50-59

N N N A

Charlotte (12-11) 1/27/96 W 1/11/97 L 2/4/98 W 2/21/98 L 12/20/98 W 2/6/99 L (ot) 1/15/00 L 3/1/00 W 1/13/01 W 2/25/01 W 1/15/02 L 2/9/02 W 1/29/03 L 3/5/03 W 1/28/04 L 2/14/04 W 1/15/05 L 2/12/05 L (ot) 2/25/06 W 1/25/07 W 2/23/08 L 2/11/09 W 1/17/10 L (ot)

72-58 52-81 83-80 62-76 63-58 68-70 51-72 72-63 69-56 85-70 77-49 73-54 62-55 50-39 68-62 46-45 59-65 78-83 77-74 76-63 64-81 69-61 61-63

H A H A H A A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A

Chicago State (8-0) 12/17/87 W 2/11/89 W 1/15/92 W 2/10/93 W 12/8/93 W 1/30/95 W 12/27/95 W 12/28/05 W

53-51 84-67 102-90 116-66 97-69 112-71 96-56 58-52

H A H H H H H H

Colorado State (1-0) 3/18/61 W 59-53

N

Dayton (21-23) 3/11/52 L 3/15/55 L 3/23/61 W 12/3/66 L 1/11/68 L 12/31/68 L 2/10/70 L 1/25/71 L 12/4/71 W 1/15/81 W 1/21/82 L 12/9/86 W 1/20/88 W 1/19/89 L 2/16/89 W

N N N H A H A A H H A A H A H

64

58-68 81-97 67-60 78-80 56-57 56-67 61-64 71-81 75-71 78-66 63-66 61-53 79-61 63-65 76-59

1/18/90 W 2/15/90 L (ot) 1/17/91 L 2/14/91 W (ot) 12/28/91 L 2/15/93 W 2/2/94 W 2/13/94 L (ot) 3/10/94 W 1/14/95 W 2/25/95 W 3/9/95 W 12/23/99 W 12/16/00 L 12/22/01 L 12/14/02 W 12/31/03 W 12/18/04 L 2/11/06 L 3/1/06 L (ot) 2/21/07 W 3/3/07 L (2ot) 1/12/08 L (ot) 1/30/08 L 3/12/08 L (ot) 1/29/09 L 2/21/09 W 2/13/10 W (2ot) 3/6/10 W Duke (0-3) 11/26/84 L 1/8/86 L 1/14/88 L Duquesne (5-6) 12/18/34 L 12/30/37 L 12/29/56 L 2/15/06 W 1/6/07 L 3/7/07 W 3/8/08 L 2/4/09 W (ot) 3/4/09 L 1/13/10 W (2ot) 2/27/10 W

95-69 81-84 77-86 88-80 72-83 73-52 94-75 77-82 80-46 82-39 63-51 78-62 83-74 73-76 63-69 63-55 60-49 54-62 44-46 70-72 66-56 64-65 57-68 36-63 62-63 46-47 57-49 68-65 71-66

H A A H H A H A N A H N A H A H A H A A H A H A N A H H A

64-97 58-84 53-69

H A A

43-45 29-57 62-69 70-57 63-73 78-77 58-85 78-74 68-70 79-75 69-59

N A H N A H A A H

75-71 64-54 68-77 69-65 88-58 75-48

N H A H A H

George Washington (3-4) 1/11/06 L (ot) 64-69 2/3/07 W 63-53 3/9/07 L 40-60 1/10/08 L 20-49 2/13/08 W 63-38 1/17/09 W 62-39 1/27/10 L (ot) 62-67

A H A A H H A

ETSU – First meeting Fordham (5-1) 2/24/72 W 1/28/06 W 1/20/07 L 2/20/08 W 1/31/09 W 1/20/10 W

Georgia (0-1) 12/2/09 L

56-64

A

IUPUI (1-0) 12/29/07 W

66-57

H

Jacksonville – First meeting La Salle (8-6) 1949-50 W 1953-54 L 1950-51 L 1/5/52 W 12/26/53 W 2/27/54 L 1/2/55 L 3/16/63 W 3/4/06 L 2/17/07 W 1/26/08 W 3/7/09 L 3/11/09 W (ot) 2/6/10 W

73-61 63-77 82-96 62-46 63-36 82-96 79-88 62-61 52-62 59-55 81-74 62-68 62-60 68-65

A A H N A H N A H A H N A

Massachusetts (6-3) 1/5/95 L 3/13/98 W 1/41/06 W 2/24/07 L 3/8/07 W 2/2/08 W 2/17/08 L 1/14/09 W 2/21/10 W

74-80 51-46 50-48 50-53 74-71 (OT) 71-59 77-88 69-64 69-56

H N H A N H A H A

Mississippi (2-1) 12/15/54 W 12/13/05 L 12/30/06 W

82-68 64-77 59-56

H A H

Missouri State (7-16) 12/17/83 L 1/3/85 W 1/22/86 L 12/20/86 W 1/7/88 L 12/6/88 L 1/6/90 L 1/5/91 L 1/4/92 L 1/2/93 L 1/5/94 W 2/22/95 W 12/30/95 W (ot) 12/15/96 L 1/2/99 L 1/2/00 L 12/23/00 W 1/2/02 L 11/26/02 L (ot) 12/20/03 L 12/18/06 W 11/21/07 L 11/19/09 L

64-74 59-56 61-68 55-46 49-64 47-50 75-84 83-94 59-66 52-63 81-48 62-49 75-65 63-72 67-79 62-71 80-70 50-53 72-64 70-59 51-50 56-60 63-73

H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H

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Series Records vs. 2010-11 Opponents Northeastern – First meeting Portland – First meeting Rhode Island (5-3) 2/1/06 W 2/22/06 W 1/10/07 W 2/14/07 L 1/17/08 W 2/14/09 L 2/17/10 W 3/12/10 L

58-53 73-62 62-58 67-83 68-61 61-69 62-57 47-63

A H H A H A H N

Richmond (4-3) 1/18/06 L 2/28/07 W 2/10/08 W 1/25/09 L 2/8/09 W (3ot) 1/9/10 W 1/30/10 L

54-65 78-69 64-55 62-70 85-72 63-58 36-62

Rockhurst (11-4) 2/11/18 W 1/2122 L 2/15/22 L 1/19/24 W 2/23/24 W 2/27/25 W 1924-25 W 2/18/31 W 1/28/33 W 1932-33 L 1/14/36 W 2/15/36 L 1946-47 W 1/10/79 W 12/12/09 W

40-8 20-25 21-28 37-34 39-19 31-25 36-12 21-17 37-27 20-27 35-25 29-46 49-37 56-48 66-53

H H

Saint Joseph’s (4-2) 1/25/06 L 3/9/06 L 2/1/07 W 2/28/08 W 2/18/09 W 2/9/10 W

39-54 37-56 73-62 64-55 73-71 56-52

H N A A H A

Southern Mississippi (9-9) 2/4/80 L 52-69 2/18/80 L 73-86 3/17/87 L 78-83 (OT) 2/28/96 L 46-62 3/6/96 W 61-44 2/2/97 L 49-53 3/5/97 W 69-61 2/18/98 W 58-55 2/3/99 W 68-60 2/16/00 L 48-71 3/8/00 W 59-51 2/17/01 L 67-69 3/8/01 L 54-63 1/29/02 L 46-67 3/13/03 W 69-56 1/13/04 W 56-55 3/10/04 W 52-46 1/19/05 W 65-63

A H A H A H A

St. Bonaventure (8-3) 1950-51 W 77-73 12/29/52 W 67-59 2/10/53 W 72-66 2/25/54 W 77-69 1/3/01 W 76-63 11/30/02 W 56-54 1/3/06 W 60-58 1/3/07 L 69-74 3/1/08 L 50-70 2/25/09 L 55-72 2/3/10 W 67-65

A N H A H N H A H A H

Temple (1-4) 2/18/05 W 1/17/07 L 1/20/08 L (ot) 1/22/09 L 3/3/10 L

H A H A H

56-51 79-85 53-54 40-65 51-57

Tennessee State (2-0) 11/27/89 W 107-76 12/21/92 W 83-61

H H

Texas State – First meeting

Xavier (12-25) 1926-27 L 1926-27 L 1927-28 L 1928-29 W 3/17/56 L 2/7/76 W 2/19/77 L 2/5/83 W 3/5/83 L 1/14/84 L 2/11/84 W 3/8/84 L 1/12/85 W 2/9/85 L 1/18/86 L 2/15/86 L 3/2/86 L 1/17/87 L 2/14/87 W 3/1/87 L 1/25/88 L 2/22/88 L 1/21/89 L 2/18/89 W 3/10/89 L 1/20/90 L 2/17/90 L 1/19/91 W 2/2/91 W 3/9/91 L 1/22/06 W 2/5/06 W 1/13/07 W 2/7/07 L 2/7/08 L 1/8/09 L 3/12/09 L 2/24/10 L

32-53 5-37 33-40 22-20 80-84 66-61 56-57 79-60 72-94 42-77 56-49 60-72 77-67 53-72 60-72 72-81 66-74 69-77 76-71 69-81 86-100 70-93 67-73 62-61 56-79 74-83 58-74 58-56 95-74 68-81 59-54 61-47 76-65 57-76 68-70 44-70 47-66 71-73

N H A A H A H N H A H A N A H N H A A H N H A A H N A H H A H A N H

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All-Time Series Records Opponent W-L Last Met Abilene Christian 2-0 1960 Air Force 1-0 2000 Alabama 4-0 2000 Alcorn State 3-1 1997 Alumni 2-1 1935 American U. of P.R. 1-0 1990 Appalachian State First meeting Arizona 1-2 2004 Arizona State 1-2 1994 Arkansas 9-3 1998 Arkansas-Little Rock 2-1 2002 Arkansas State 7-1 1999 Army 3-1 *Army Regimen 1916 *Army All Stars 1966 Auburn 0-1 1970 Augustana (Ill.) 2-0 1994 Austin Peay 1-1 2005 Baylor Belmont Bethune-Cookman Blackburn Boston College Bowling Green Bradley Brigham Young Brooklyn Brown College Bucknell Butler

4-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-3 26-43 1-3 1-0 1-0 0-1 16-11

1957 2010 1995 1985 2009 2010 1995 1954 1989 1921 1990 2004

California 3-3 California Davis 1-0 CSU Fullerton 1-0 Camp Crowder 1-0 Camp Funston 0-4 Camp Grant 1-1 Campion 0-1 Canisius 7-1 CBC (Memphis) 3-0 Centenary 5-1 Central High School 0-1 Central Missouri State 0-4 Central Wesleyan 3-0 Charlotte 12-11 Chicago State 8-0 Cincinnati 19-59 Coliseum Athletic Club 1-0 Colorado 2-2 Colorado State 1-0 Columbia 1-1 Concordia 10-10 Connecticut 1-0 Coppin State 1-0 Cornell (Iowa) 1-0

2002 1961 1999 1943 1918 1946 1917 1988 1984 1956 1916 1918 1925 2010 2006 2005 1926 1989 1961 1978 1932 1955 1989 1986

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Opponent Cornell (N.Y.) Creighton

W-L Last Met 1-0 1994 10-22 1994

Dartmouth Dayton Delaware State Denver DePaul Des Moines Detroit Drake Drury Dubuque Duke Duquesne

2-0 21-23 1-0 1-0 27-34 0-1 29-15 53-30 4-2 0-1 0-3 5-6

1971 2010 1981 2002 2009 1923 2009 1987 1927 1917 1988 2010

East Carolina 6-2 Eastern Illinois 6-1 Eastern Kentucky 1-0 Eastern Michigan 0-1 Eastern Tenn. State First meeting Eastern Washington 1-1 Emporia State 0-1 Evansville 15-14

2005 2010 2004 2005

Florida A&M Florida Atlantic Florida State Fordham Fort Leonard Wood Fresno State Furman

1-1 1-0 1-11 5-1 1-1 1-0 3-0

1988 1996 1982 2010 1943 2009 2008

George Washington Georgetown Georgia Georgia Southern Georgia State Georgia Tech Gonzaga Grambling Grand Presbyterian Great Lakes Greenville Grinnell

3-4 2-0 0-1 1-0 1-1 3-7 0-2 4-1 1-0 0-1 2-0 7-7

2010 1948 2010 1998 1982 2004 2006 2004 1916 1919 1985 1939

1-0 3-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-4 3-2 0-1 24-12

1925 1985 1945 2002 1971 1916 2006 1952 1921 2007

Hanover Hardin-Simmons Harris-Stowe Hartford Harvard Haskell Indians Hawai’i Holy Cross Holy Cross Church Houston

1989 1968 1999

Opponent Houston Baptist

W-L Last Met 1-0 2008

Idaho Illinois Illinois-Chicago Illinois College Illinois State Indiana Indiana Central Indiana State Iona Iowa Iowa State IPFW IUPUI

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

2001 1999 2001 1938 1992 1996 1924 2010 1988 2006 2010 2005 2008

Jackson State 1-0 2006 Jacksonville First meeting Jefferson Barracks 3-0 1945 Kansas Kansas State Kennesaw State Kent State Kentucky

3-12 9-8 2-0 1-2 9-8

2000 2004 2010 2009 1998

Lamar Lambert Field La Salle Lewis Liberty Lombard College Long Beach State Long Island Loras Louisiana State Louisiana Tech Louisville Loyola Chicago

2-0 0-1 8-6 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 5-4 1-1 2-1 2-1 20-45 22-24

2007 1945 2010 1980 2009 1925 2008 1969 1946 1996 2007 2005 2008

MacMurray 1-0 Maine 0-1 Manhattan 0-2 Marissa 1-0 Marquette 23-31 Marshall 1-0 Maryland 0-1 Maryland-Baltimore Co. 1-0 Maryland-E. Shore 1-0 Massachusetts 6-3 McKendree 16-5 McKinley High School 0-1 McPherson 1-0 Memphis 25-32 Mercer 1-0 Miami (Fla.) 2-0 Michigan State 1-0

1963 1997 1974 1921 2005 1938 1994 2009 1998 2010 1989 1916 1951 2005 1994 1989 1989

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All-Time Series Records Opponent W-L Last Met Middle Tenn. State 0-1 1980 Minnesota 2-3 2003 Mississippi 2-1 2007 Mississippi State 0-1 1951 Mississippi Valley St. 1-0 2010 Missouri 19-21 2001 Missouri Baptist 1-0 1987 Missouri State 7-16 2010 Missouri S&T 25-11 1943 Missouri-St. Louis 13-2 2009 Montana State 0-1 1992 Morgan State 1-0 1993 Murray State 7-0 1999 Navy 1-0 Navy Recruits 1-0 Nebraska 4-4 New Mexico 2-2 New Mexico State 4-2 New York University 6-0 North Carolina 1-3 UNC Asheville 1-0 North Carolina A&T 3-1 North Dakota 0-1 North Dakota State 1-1 North Texas State 28-9 Northern Iowa 4-2 Northeastern First meeting Northwestern 2-1 Notre Dame 14-17

1950 1945 2010 1990 1975 1971 2007 2000 2009 1929 1965 1982 1992

Oakland Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma City Oklahoma State Oral Roberts Oregon Oregon State

2-0 6-11 1-2 9-8 17-31 5-12 0-1 0-1

2006 1966 1977 1985 1984 2005 1977 1968

Pacific Pennsylvania Pepperdine Pittsburgh Pittsburg State Princeton Providence Purdue

2-0 1-0 1-0 3-1 1-0 3-0 1-5 0-5

2008 1996 1966 2008 1982 2010 1964 1990

Quincy

3-0

2007

Rhode Island Rice Richmond Robert Morris Rockhurst Roosevelt

5-3 2-0 4-3 1-0 12-4 2-0

2010 1949 2010 1979 2009 1980

1990 2010

Opponent Rutgers

W-L Last Met 0-1 1969

Sacramento State 1-0 St. Ambrose 5-1 St. Bonaventure 8-3 Saint Charles 1-0 St. Cloud State 1-0 St. Ignatius 0-1 Saint John’s College 1-1 St. John’s (N.Y.) 8-3 Saint Joseph’s 4-2 Saint Louis College 1-2 St. Mary’s (Texas) 1-1 St. Peter’s 2-1 St. Viator 1-3 Sam Houston State 1-1 Samford 2-0 San Francisco 3-2 San Jose State 1-0 Santa Clara 1-2 Savannah State 2-0 Scott Field 2-1 Seton Hall 2-0 Shurtleff 1-0 Siena 1-0 Slippery Rock 1-0 Soldan High School 0-1 South Alabama 2-1 South Carolina 1-3 USC Upstate 1-0 South Dakota 3-0 South Dakota State 2-1 South Florida 8-3 Southeastern Louisiana 1-0 Southeast Missouri 8-4 Southern California 3-1 Southern Illinois 26-24 SIU Edwardsville 6-1 Southern Methodist 6-5 Southern Miss 9-9 Southern Utah 1-0 Southwestern Louisiana 1-0 SW Texas State 3-0 Stanford 0-2 Syracuse 0-1

1995 1984 2010 1921 1970 1922 1922 1989 2010 1916 1969 1987 1937 2008 2009 1999 1961 1992 2009 1945 1973 1921 1980 1993 1920 1992 1979 2009 1964 1962 2005 1987 2010 1993 2010 1983 1995 2005 1997 1970 2000 1974 1998

TCU Temple Tennessee UT Martin Tennessee State Texas A&M Texas-El Paso Texas-Pan American

2005 2010 1966 2007 1993 2007 1980 2003

10-1 1-4 1-0 2-1 2-0 4-1 0-1 1-0

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Opponent Texas Tech Toledo Troy Truman State Tulane Tulsa

W-L Last Met 1-1 1974 0-1 1979 1-0 2005 1-0 1934 14-10 2005 53-20 1978

UAB UCLA UMKC U. S. Coast Guard U. S. International Utah Utah State

7-17 0-7 8-1 1-1 1-0 0-1 1-0

2005 1998 2010 1945 1985 2000 1968

Valparaiso Vanderbilt VCU Villanova Virginia Virginia Tech

2-5 2-5 0-2 1-0 1-0 0-7

1998 1998 2010 1952 1973 1982

Wake Forest 0-1 Washburn 3-7 Washington 7-6 Washington (Mo.) 29-34 Washington State 1-0 Weber State 0-1 West Texas State 1-1 West Virginia 2-3 Western Illinois 8-3 Western Kentucky 3-1 Westminster 1-0 Wichita State 41-19 William Jewell 1-0 William Penn 3-0 Wisconsin 2-2 Wisconsin-Green Bay 2-0 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 2-2 Wyoming 1-1

1995 1941 2002 1986 1953 1977 1975 2004 2007 1989 1928 1975 1981 1986 1989 2010 2006 1955

Xavier

12-26

2010

1-0 5-0

1972 1989

Yale Youngstown State

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All-TIme Scores George Koegan 13-6 (.688) 1 Season 2/7/16 2/12/16 3/11/16

1915-16

U.S. Army W Saint Louis College W Central High School W McKendree W Grand Ave. Presbyterian W Southeast Missouri W Southeast Missouri W McKinley L Illinois College W Illinois College W McKendree W Washington (Mo.) L Washington (Mo.) L McKendree W St. Mary’s College W St. Mary’s College W Haskell Indians W Central Missouri L Central Missouri L Won 13, Lost 6

53-5 54-5 34-11 32-25 26-15 20-12 30-15 23-45 24-23 44-20 32-25 21-23 22-23 37-18 22-15 16-20 27-23 25-48 33-39 575-411

Armin Fischer 25-41 (.379) 5 Seasons 1/9/17 1/13/17 1/15/17 1/17/17 1/31/17 2/6/17 1/19/18 1/25/18 1/26/18 2/2/18 2/6/18 2/11/18 2/12/18 2/18/18 2/19/18 2/21/18 2/22/18 2/27/18

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1916-17

McKendree College L St. Ambrose W Dubuque L Campion College L Loyola Chicago L McKendree W Missouri Mines W Washington (Mo.) L Missouri Mines W Washington (Mo.) L Cape Girardeau W Won 5, Lost 6

1917-18

McKendree College Missouri Mines Missouri Mines McKendree Mo. Athletic Club Rockhurst St. Mary’s College Camp Funston Camp Funston Central Missouri Central Missouri Camp Funston Camp Funston Washington (Mo.)

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

19-28 43-25 14-43 21-25 12-28 22-15 30-18 20-33 18-17 24-41 26-24 249-297 24-14 32-20 21-32 17-26 22-28 40-8 18-21 24-42 33-50 20-43 20-35 14-56 26-38 19-21

3/2/18

Washington (Mo.) L Won 3, Lost 12

1/18/19 1/20/19 1/24/19 1/25/19 2/3/19 2/11/19 2/15/19 2/22/19 2/28/19 3/1/19

Concordia L McKendree W Cape Girardeau W Cape Girardeau L Great Lakes L Missouri Mines L Missouri Mines L Wagners W Central Wesleyan W Concordia L Washington (Mo.) L Washington (Mo.) L Won 4, Lost 8

1/17/20 2/4/20 2/13/20 2/14/20 2/20/20 2/25/20 2/27/20 3/5/20 3/6/20

Illinois College W McKendree L Valparaiso L Valparaiso L Concordia L Soldan High L Concordia L Washington (Mo.) L Washington (Mo.) L Cape Girardeau W Cape Girardeau L Won 2, Lost 9

1/8/21 1/12/21 1/14/21 1/18/21 1/22/21 2/5/21 2/9/21 2/14/21 2/15/21 2/17/21 2/18/21 2/26/21

Marissa W Ryerson Steel W Western M.A. W Alton YMCA W Greenville W Shurtleff W Eden Seminary W Alton All-Stars W Concordia Seminary W Washington (Mo.) W Holy Cross Church L Jefferson Barracks W Valparaiso L Valparaiso L Detroit L St. John’s College L Washington (Mo.) L Won 11, Lost 6

1918-19

1919-20

1920-21

23-30 353-464 6-20 31-17 20-15 9-20 8-36 15-23 19-30 27-24 22-18 25-30 15-38 24-32 221-303 24-20 21-36 18-25 15-25 35-36 21-34 20-41 31-39 20-26 36-28 20-34 261-334 25-17 32-17 29-14 28-13 28-13 36-29 47-8 1-0 42-16 56-16 22-39 63-19 16-30 17-27 25-31 16-32 27-34 546-392

Steve O’Rourke 4-9 (.308) 1 Season

1/2/22 1/3/22

1921-22

St. John’s College Detroit

W W

30-15 20-18

1/4/22 1/6/22 1/7/22 1/18/22 1/21/22 1/25/22 1/26/22 2/8/22 2/9/22 2/15/22

DePaul L Loyola Chicago W St. Viator L St. Ignatius L Drury W Rockhurst L Missouri Mines L Missouri Mines L Missouri Mines L Missouri Mines L Rockhurst L Won 4, Lost 9

27-28 32-8 10-27 23-44 30-24 20-25 22-32 11-29 15-20 10-29 21-28 261-32

Dan Savage 36-13 (.735) 4 Seasons 1922-23

1/13/23 1/17/23 1/20/23 1/26/23 2/6/23 2/8/23 2/11/23 2/21/23 2/22/23 2/23/23

Scott Field W Drury L Illinois College W DePauw L Arkansas Agricultural W Concordia L Illinois College W Des Moines L Columbia L St. Ambrose W Won 5, Lost 5

1/13/24 1/17/24 1/19/24 1/22/24 2/1/24 2/2/24 2/6/24 2/13/24 2/16/24 2/23/24

Drury W Missouri Mines W Rockhurst W McKendree L Indiana Normal L Missouri Mines W McKendree W Drury W Concordia W Rockhurst W Won 8, Lost 2

12/19/24 12/20/24 1/15/25 1/16/25 1/17/25 2/10/25 2/11/25 2/21/25 2/24/25 2/27/25

Indiana Central Indiana St. Hanover Lombard College DePaul Loyola Chicago Rockhurst Missouri Mines Indiana Central DePaul Missouri Mines Drury Concordia Seminary Central Wesleyan Rockhurst

1923-24

1924-25

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

44-8 17-23 27-17 12-45 50-15 17-33 36-11 16-32 28-41 27-14 274-235 24-18 42-29 35-34 10-14 20-28 43-27 46-18 38-22 28-20 29-19 325-229 21-13 33-21 29-22 24-25 25-11 23-11 36-12 42-11 39-12 31-15 40-20 29-10 27-33 36-15 31-25

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All-TIme Scores 2/28/25

Central Wesleyan W Won 14, Lost 2

11/7/25 12/19/25 1/2/26 1/9/26 1/16/26 1/21/26 1/27/26 2/4/26 2/7/26 2/12/26 2/19/26 2/20/26

Iowa L Butler W Arkansas W Marquette W Evansville W DePaul L Coliseum A.C. W Indiana Normal W Loyola Chicago W Concordia W Evansville L DePaul W Loyola Chicago L Won 9, Lost 4

1925-26

22-20 488-276 29-35 30-20 40-30 32-19 33-24 37-43 33-22 53-13 30-16 52-18 27-33 38-22 17-18 451-313

12/21/27 12/28/27 12/31/27 1/6/28 1/7/28 1/14/28 1/20/28 1/21/28 1/27/28 1/28/28 2/3/28 2/4/28 2/11/28 2/15/28 2/25/28 2/28/28 3/3/28 3/13/28

Squint Hunter 0-14 (.000) 1 Season

12/4/26 1/1/27 1/4/27 1/10/27 1/14/27 1/22/27 2/5/27 2/11/27 2/12/27 2/13/27 2/15/27 2/17/27 2/27/27

1926-27

Iowa L Vanderbilt L Washington (Mo.) L DePaul L Evansville L St. Xavier L Missouri Mines L St. Xavier L Loyola Chicago L DePaul L Evansville L Washington (Mo.) L Drury L Concordia L Loyola Chicago L Won 0, Lost 14

13-45 21-40 24-35 13-28 13-53 31-54 23-35 5-39 6-33 13-31 14-47 23-39 26-42 13-43 10-19 248-583

Harry Reget 11-11 (.500) 1 Season

12/10/27 12/16/27

1927-28

S. Illinois-Normal Missouri Mines

W W

36-27 43-18

McKendree W Oregon St. W Washington (Mo.) W Missouri Mines W Westminster W Arkansas Aggies W Loyola Chicago L Evansville L St. Xavier L Louisville W Concordia W DePaul L Loyola Chicago L Creighton L Washington (Mo.) L DePaul W Evansville L Concordia L Creighton L Washington (Mo.) L Won 11, Lost 11

35-25 24-23 37-36 46-27 45-32 42-24 21-27 31-43 33-40 38-28 31-30 14-31 22-23 25-38 21-40 34-17 30-35 29-44 26-48 31-32 694-688

Mike Nyikos 91-55 (.623) 8 Seasons 1928-29

12/8/28 12/12/28 12/13/28 12/19/28 12/22/28 1/1/29 1/30/29 2/9/29 2/23/29 2/26/29

S. Illinois-Normal W Grinnell W Drake W McKendree W North Dakota L Loyola Chicago L Kansas St. W Washington (Mo.) W Oklahoma A&M W St. Viator L St. Xavier W Loyola Chicago L Concordia W Missouri Mines W Drake W Grinnell W Concordia W Washington (Mo.) W Won 14, Lost 4

1/1/30

S. Illinois-Normal Arkansas Aggies McKendree Nebraska Vanderbilt Arkansas Grinnell Drake South Dakota Washington (Mo.) Grinnell

1929-30

W W W W W W W W L L W

22-9 33-22 27-24 40-19 36-37 26-28 39-22 29-18 41-24 22-38 22-20 19-21 44-28 47-17 25-16 22-21 34-21 34-27 562-412 24-14 24-16 31-17 37-27 46-16 32-13 26-19 33-19 18-33 22-39 20-17

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Concordia L Drake L Kansas State W Nebraska L Iowa W Iowa W Concordia W Oklahoma A&M W Washington (Mo.) L Won 14, Lost 6

12/6/30 12/8/30 12/13/30 12/18/30 12/19/30 12/31/30 1/3/31 1/10/31 1/17/31 1/24/31 1/31/31 2/3/31 2/7/31 2/10/31 2/11/31 2/14/31 2/18/31 2/19/31 2/24/31

S.Illinois-Normal W Iowa W Kansas State L Drake W Grinnell L Brigham Young L Arkansas W Concordia W Washington (Mo.) W Oklahoma A&M W Centenary W Concordia L Drake W Oklahoma A&M L Arkansas L Grinnell W Rockhurst W Kansas State W Washington (Mo.) W Won 13, Lost 6

12/12/31 12/14/31 12/17/31 12/19/31 1/2/32 1/19/32 1/30/32 2/9/32 2/14/32 2/15/32 3/3/32

McKendree W Illinois L Missouri L Southern California W Kansas State W Arkansas W Grinnell W Washington (Mo.) L Concordia W Drake W Illinois College W Kansas State L Nebraska W Concordia W Oklahoma A&M W Arkansas L Oklahoma A&M L Washington (Mo.) W Washington (Mo.) L Won 12, Lost 7

1/7/33 1/10/33 1/28/33 2/7/33 2/11/33 2/15/33 2/18/33 2/28/33 3/4/33

Kansas State Arkansas Purdue North Dakota State Centenary Missouri Washington (Mo.) Rockhurst Illinois St. Viator Kansas State Rockhurst Missouri Mines Washington (Mo.) Drake

1930-31

1931-32

1932-33

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

27-29 25-31 35-28 43-45 32-25 31-24 25-24 30-22 22-48 583-506 27-19 26-14 15-16 13-8 19-21 32-37 24-16 26-18 27-25 33-18 47-19 19-20 27-12 20-28 30-33 27-11 21-17 26-15 27 -22 486-369 25-18 17-31 23-25 32-20 34-28 25-23 32-22 20-29 28-15 31-18 37-28 15-29 31-28 21-11 30-29 19-33 19-13 21-17 27-29 487-446 29-26 45-19 27-47 17-23 31-14 27-20 26-15 37-27 19-26 28-18 24-28 20-27 40-16 25-29 41-37

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Grinnell L Iowa L Washington (Mo.) L Won 9, Lost 9

12/9/33 12/12/33 12/16/33 12/17/33 1/6/34 1/9/34 1/16/34 1/21/34 2/1/34 2/3/34 2/6/34 2/10/34 2/17/34 2/27/34 3/1/34 3/2/34 3/3/34 3/5/34

Missouri L Illinois W Arkansas W Indiana L Arizona W McKendree W Washington (Mo.) W Missouri W Southern Illinois L Kirksville W DePaul L Loyola Chicago W Missouri Mines W Washington (Mo.) W Nebraska L DePaul L Marquette L Loyola Chicago L Won 10, Lost 8

12/13/34 12/18/34 12/21/34 12/22/34 1/5/35 1/8/35 1/12/35 1/22/35 2/2/35 2/13/35 2/16/35 2/18/35 2/23/35 2/26/35 3/1/35 3/2/35

McKendree W Duquesne L Missouri W Illinois L Nebraska W Drake W DePaul L Washington (Mo.) W Missouri Mines W Illinois College L Loyola Chicago W Missouri Mines W Marquette W Washington (Mo.) W Loyola Chicago W DePaul L Won 11, Lost 5

12/6/35 12/7/35 12/14/35 12/19/35 1/7/36 1/11/36 1/14/36 1/18/36 1/21/36 2/1/36 2/8/36 2/10/36 2/15/36 2/18/36 2/22/36 2/25/36 2/27/36 3/5/36

McKendree W Illinois L Missouri W Washburn L Centenary W DePaul L Rockhurst W Loyola-Ill. W Washington (Mo.) L Missouri Mines L DePaul L Grinnell L Rockhurst L Marquette W Grinnell W Washington (Mo.) W Missouri L Washington (Mo.) L Won 9, Lost 11

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1933-34

1934-35

1935-36

25-29 20-52 24-27 505-480 23-26 22-21 46-22 32-47 40-28 47-23 32-28 30-26 37-39 39-35 33-39 24-23 27-14 47-29 25-29 31-40 21-30 26-29 582-528 39-21 43-45 33-18 22-33 30-28 42-32 25-35 34-20 48-32 43-50 40-32 50-38 38-35 41-33 41-34 23-36 592-537 22-19 27-35 37-30 25-38 28-22 16-40 35-25 19-18 28-39 31-46 37-53 26-29 29-46 32-27 41-31 34-22 22-31 42-43 587-649

Ed Davidson 14-36 (.280) 2 Seasons 1936-37

Jack Sterret 9-30 (.321) 2 Seasons

12/5/36 12/8/36 12/17/36 12/22/36 1/5/37 1/6/37 1/9/37 1/10/37 1/11/37 1/12/37 1/16/37 1/19/37 1/30/37 2/1/37 2/3/37 2/4/37 2/6/37 2/9/37 2/11/37 2/13/37 2/23/37

McKendree W Missouri L Wichita St. W Washington (Mo.) L Centenary L Cape Girardeau L Marquette L St. Viator L DePaul L Loyola Chicago L Missouri Mines W Washington (Mo.) W Creighton L Washington (Mo.) W Wichita L Southwestern L DePaul L Missouri Mines W Marquette L Missouri L Washington (Mo.) L Won 6, Lost 15

12/11/37 12/14/37 12/17/37 12/18/37 12/19/37 12/21/37 12/22/37 12/28/37 12/30/37 1/1/38 1/3/38 1/4/38 1/8/38 1/11/38 1/15/38 1/29/38 1/31/38 2/1/38 2/3/38 2/8/38 2/12/38 2/14/38 2/18/38 2/19/38 2/22/38 2/24/38 2/26/38 2/28/38 3/1/38

Missouri L 33-35 W. Ill (Macomb Teachers) W 33-31 Missouri W 31-22 Bradley L 22-39 DePaul L 19-46 Illinois Normal L 33-34 Illinois College L 21-25 Evansville W 54-43 Duquesne L 29-57 Marshall L 24-52 Drake L 33-47 Grinnell L 25-32 Washburn L 29-40 Washington (Mo.) L 35-38 Creighton L 31-43 Creighton L 24-36 Washburn L 26-38 Notre Dame L 25-50 DePaul L 29-31 Missouri Mines W 47-23 Grinnell L 44-51 Drake L 32-43 Tulsa W 25-22 Oklahoma State L 21-37 Washington (Mo.) W 35-32 Missouri Mines W 44-37 Tulsa L 33-39 Oklahoma St. L 17-35 Washington (Mo.) W 28-23 Won 8, Lost 21 882-1081 (2-12 MVC, Eighth)

1937-38

37-27 26-31 26-24 38-43 19-27 26-40 29-34 36-40 23-40 21-47 30-28 31-29 26-53 38-35 31-32 22-39 20-38 33-31 29-30 27-41 29-33 597-742

1938-39

12/10/38 12/13/38 12/17/38 12/21/38 12/31/38 1/4/39 1/7/39 1/9/39 1/13/39 1/14/39 1/28/39 1/30/39 2/3/39 2/4/39 2/7/39 2/11/39 2/13/39 2/18/39 2/20/39 2/23/39 2/25/39

Missouri Mines W Western Illinois L Missouri L Missouri W Iowa L Washington (Mo.) W Tulsa L Oklahoma State L Washburn W Creighton L Washburn L Creighton W Drake L Grinnell L Washington (Mo.) L Oklahoma State L Tulsa L Drake L Grinnell L Washington (Mo.) L Missouri Mines L Won 5, Lost 16 (3-11 MVC, Seventh)

12/8/39 12/14/39 12/16/39 12/21/39 12/28/39 1/5/40 1/6/40 1/13/40 1/20/40 1/27/40 2/3/40 2/5/40 2/9/40 2/10/40 2/13/40 2/20/40 2/24/40 2/26/40

Missouri Mines W Western Illinois L Missouri L Missouri L Centenary W Drake L Washburn L Washington (Mo.) W Missouri Mines L Washburn L Tulsa L Oklahoma State L Drake L Creighton L Washington (Mo.) L Creighton W Tulsa L Oklahoma State L Won 4, Lost 14 (2-10 MVC, Seventh)

1939-40

30-20 37-41 30-42 35-27 37-47 39-33 34-36 18-23 43-33 31-34 21-30 22-20 23-31 22-35 35-42 24-28 26-35 29-50 31-50 28-34 24-25 619-716

37-26 31-40 45-54 34-48 34-26 29-47 27-32 26-24 33-37 17-24 27-38 23-39 29-31 29-34 20-32 43-35 27-40 19-50 530-657

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All-Time Scores 2/6/43 2/10/43 2/13/43 2/16/43 2/20/43 2/21/43 2/23/43 2/27/43 2/26/43

Bob Klenck 22-36 (.379) 3 Seasons 12/10/40 12/14/40 12/16/40 12/20/40 1/7/41 1/11/41 1/18/41 2/1/41 2/8/41 2/10/41 2/12/41 2/15/41 2/17/41 2/22/41 2/25/41 2/28/41 3/1/41

1940-41

Western Illinois L Missouri L Missouri Mines L Washington (Mo.) L Drake L Washburn L Washington (Mo.) L Oklahoma A&M W Creighton L Drake L Missouri L Washburn W Tulsa L Missouri Mines W Creighton L Oklahoma A&M L Tulsa L Won 3, Lost 14 (2-1 MVC, Seventh)

1941-42

12/6/41 12/9/41 12/13/41 12/16/41 12/17/41 1/6/42 1/10/42 1/17/42 1/31/42 2/2/42 2/7/42 2/12/42 2/14/42 2/16/42 2/19/42 2/21/42 2/25/42 2/28/42 3/7/42 3/11/42

Notre Dame L Missouri L McKendree W Loras L St. Ambrose L Missouri L Creighton L Missouri Mines W Oklahoma A&M L Tulsa L Tulsa W Missouri Mines W Drake W Creighton L Washington (Mo.) W Drake W Bradley L Oklahoma A&M L Washington (Mo.) L Washington (Mo.) W Won 8, Lost 12 (4-6 MVC, Fourth)

12/16/42 1/1/43 1/2/43 1/7/43 1/10/43 1/16/43 1/26/43 1/28/43

Jefferson Barracks Missouri Mines Kansas Arkansas Drake Creighton Tulsa Washington (Mo.) Loyola Chicago Bradley Tech.

1942-43

W W L W L L W L L L

35-39 31-35 28-34 32-33 25-40 29-30 20-46 32-29 30-38 29-35 24-39 31-27 26-29 38-31 34-35 26-37 28-44 496-601

22-51 29-52 46-23 32-42 34-35 24-39 30-39 47-26 18-41 28-32 51-31 45-33 38-20 37-47 40-39 37-25 40-51 25-41 31-40 26-22 680-729

29-23 62-32 25-60 43-37 34-39 25-69 40-20 27-34 35-45 35-51

Fort Leonard Wood W Drake W Fort Leonard Wood W Oklahoma A&M L Loyola Chicago W Oklahoma A&M L Tulsa W Missouri Mines W Creighton L Camp Crowder W Washington (Mo.) L Won 11, Lost 10 (3-7 MVC, Fourth)

46-18 36-34 74-39 21-39 44-39 44-55 55-52 63-40 40-61 43-35 34-35 855-807

1943-44

No Games — World War II

Dukes Duford 11-3 (.786) 1 Season

12/5/44 12/13/44 12/13/44 1/13/45 1/20/45 1/22/45 1/24/45 2/6/45 2/8/45 3/1/45

1944-45

U.S. Coast Guard L Harris Teachers W Navy Recruit W Lambert Field L Scott Field L Texas Christian W Navy Ferry Base W Washington (Mo.) L Jefferson Barracks L U.S. Coast Guard W Washington (Mo.) W Jefferson Barracks W Naval Ferry W Scott Field L Won 10, Lost 4 (no conference competition)

44-52 50-21 55-20 40-56 50-57 50-38 69-42 43-38 60-46 50-36 61-49 61-37 64-34 50-51 747-577

12/21/45 1/1/46 1/2/46 1/3/46 1/11/46 1/14/46 1/19/46 2/1/46 2/2/46 2/5/46 2/8/46 2/9/46 2/14/46 2/16/46 2/18/46 2/21/46 2/22/46 2/26/46 3/1/46

Missouri W 50-35 Iowa L 40-51 Loras W 53-49 Camp Grant L 33-36 Drake W 59-39 Notre Dame L 48-51 Wichita State W 60-42 Bradley W 37-34 Oklahoma A&M L 27-39 Tulsa L 32-35 Missouri W 40-34 Creighton L 32-33 Drake L 50-51 Long Island W 52-32 Washington (Mo.) W 60-32 Bradley W 46-49 Tulsa W 48-35 Oklahoma A&M L 33-86 Creighton W 46-39 Washington (Mo.) W 55-33 Won 14, Lost 10 1067-1008 (6-5 MVC, Third)

12/6/46 12/9/46 12/13/46 12/16/46 12/17/46 12/20/46 12/27/46 12/28/46 12/30/46 1/3/47 1/8/47 1/10/47 1/11/47 1/14/47 1/15/47 1/17/47 1/18/47 1/25/47 2/1/47 2/5/47 2/7/47 2/14/47 2/15/47 2/21/47 2/22/47 2/26/47 3/5/47

S. Illinois Normal W 63-57 Missouri L 44-48 Texas A&M W 57-42 Minnesota L 36-40 Kansas L 35-49 Purdue L 53-55 Texas Christian W 62-40 St. Mary’s L 35-42 Yale W 47-37 Notre Dame L 46-48 Washington (Mo.) W 50-37 Oklahoma A&M W 38-20 Tulsa W 57-40 Long Island L 44-46 Georgetown W 52-42 Creighton W 57-34 Drake W 49-42 Washington (Mo.) W 34-33 Wichita State W 65-32 Missouri W 36-35 Wichita State W 49-40 Rockhurst W 49-37 Oklahoma A&M W 31-29 Tulsa W 52-34 Drake W 47-38 Creighton L 22-34 Louisville L 47-53 Notre Dame L 42-65 Oklahoma L 41-47 Won 18, Lost 11 1340-1196 (11-1 MVC, First)

1946-47

John Flanigan 31-22 (.585) 2 Seasons

12/1/45 12/5/45 12/14/45 12/19/45

1945-46

Camp Grant Illinois Cape Girardeau Notre Dame

W L W L

36-31 46-54 39-28 45-60

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Eddie Hickey 211-89 (.703) 11 Seasons 1947-48 NIT Champs

12/3/47 12/15/47 12/20/47 1/10/48 1/13/48 1/17/48 1/30/48 2/4/48 2/7/48 2/9/48 2/13/48 2/14/48 2/17/48 2/20/48 2/21/48 2/28/48 3/2/48 3/5/48 3/11/48 3/15/48 3/17/48

Arkansas State W 90-38 Minnesota W 50-42 Baylor W 65-38 Missouri W 54-34 Rice W 67-47 Georgetown W 63-58 Holy Cross W 61-46 Oklahoma A&M L 30-33 Long Island W 68-57 Notre Dame W 42-40 St. Ambrose W 71-51 Drake W 63-34 Creighton W 38-25 Missouri W 49-31 Wichita State W 52-41 Notre Dame W 68-51 Tulsa W 49-39 Oklahoma A&M L 38-47 DePaul W 58-56 Creighton W 40-27 Drake W 45-41 DePaul L 42-52 Tulsa W 68-48 Wichita State W 63-44 Bowling Green-NIT W 69-53 W. Kentucky-NIT W 60-53 NYU-NIT W 65-52 Won 24, Lost 3 1578-1178 (8-2 MVC, Second)

12/7/48 12/11/48 12/14/48 12/18/48 12/21/48 12/29/48 12/30/48 1/5/49 1/8/49 1/15/49 1/20/49 1/21/49 1/29/49 2/2/49 2/5/49 2/12/49 2/14/49 2/19/49 2/26/49 2/28/49

Baylor W South Dakota W Kansas State W Southern Methodist W Rice W Sugar Bowl / New Orleans Holy Cross W Kentucky W Bradley W Canisius W Long Island W Drake W Oklahoma A&M L Tulsa W Wichita State W Missouri W Long Island W Notre Dame W Ohio State L Wichita State W Drake W Oklahoma A&M L Tulsa W Bradley W

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1948-49

59-44 67-42 51-45 61-49 74-47 61-52 42-40 57-44 64-55 58-47 52-51 27-29 58-40 72-41 38-27 43-37 61-44 60-68 62-45 61-47 37-40 77-58 66-56

3/7/49 3/10/49 3/14/49

Notre Dame W 68-59 Missouri W 54-37 Bowling Green-NIT L 74-80 Won 22, Lost 4 1504-1224 (8-2 MVC, 2nd)

12/6/49 12/10/49 12/17/49 12/20/49 12/22/49 12/30/49 12/31/49 1/4/50 1/7/50 1/10/50 1/17/50 1/21/50 1/28/50 2/1/50 2/4/50 2/6/50 2/11/50 2/18/50 2/20/50 2/23/50 2/28/50 3/4/50 3/6/50

Texas A&M W 55-51 South Dakota W 50-39 Texas Christian W 80-53 Georgia Tech W 59-45 Illinois L 47-59 Cotton Bowl / Dallas Baylor W 58-50 Navy W 54-46 Detroit W 56-41 Canisius L 50-55 Holy Cross L 55-69 Long Island L 42-58 Wichita State W 73-60 Drake W 61-60 Bradley L 45-54 Illinois W 62-42 Oklahoma A&M W 41-29 Tulsa W 70-48 Notre Dame W 55-45 Wichita State W 61-54 Drake W 79-54 Bradley L 45-52 Notre Dame L 52-55 Detroit L 60-73 Marquette W 69-44 Oklahoma A&M L 35-37 Tulsa W 72-51 Won 17, Lost 9 1486-1324 (11-3 MVC, Second)

11/28/50 12/1/50 12/5/50 12/9/50 12/12/50 12/16/50 12/19/50 12/27/50 12/29/50 12/30/50 1/3/51 1/9/51 1/13/51 1/19/51 1/27/51 1/31/51 2/3/51 2/10/51 2/13/51 2/17/51 2/24/51 3/3/51

1949-50

1950-51

McPherson W 69-49 Upper Iowa W 79-51 Houston W 71-44 Mississippi State W 63-46 Houston W 71-63 Texas Christian W 62-52 Wisconsin W 53-48 Ohio State L 55-65 Holy Cross W 57-49 Sugar Bowl / New Orleans Kentucky W 43-42 Bradley L 59-64 Notre Dame W 56-47 Canisius W 52-40 Long Island L 62-74 Detroit W 58-52 Oklahoma A&M L 44-55 Tulsa W 69-49 Drake W 58-51 Tulsa W 47-45 Long Island W 62-57 Wichita State W 49-48 Bradley W 72-69 Notre Dame L 70-77 Wichita State W 83-53 Bradley L 65-97 Drake W 68-57 Detroit W 64-50 Oklahoma A&M L 29-50 La Salle W 73-61 Brigham Young L 58-75 Won 22, Lost 8 1821-1680 (4-6 MVC, Fourth)

1951-52

12/8/51 12/11/51 12/15/51 12/19/51 12/22/51 12/26/51 12/28/51 12/29/51 1/2/52 1/5/52 1/8/52 1/15/52 1/26/52 1/29/52 1/31/52 2/2/52 2/4/52 2/9/52 2/16/52 2/20/52 2/23/52 3/1/52 3/3/52 3/8/52 3/11/52 3/12/52 3/22/52

Southern Methodist W 74-45 Canisius W 62-51 Wichita State W 71-45 Wisconsin L 54-55 Washington (Mo.) L 53-58 Army W 85-50 Dartmouth W 63-45 Sugar Bowl/New Orleans Villanova W 73-69 Kentucky W 61-60 Houston W 64-57 La Salle W 62-46 Bradley L 56-57 Detroit W 71-64 New York U. W 75-66 Holy Cross L 65-66 Oklahoma A&M W 48-40 Detroit W 58-45 Ohio St. W 62-58 Wichita St. W 64-63 Drake W 59-57 Notre Dame W 80-58 Bradley L 60-61 Tulsa W 73-55 Houston W 63-55 Drake W 62-56 Marquette W 98-63 Oklahoma A&M L 45-62 Tulsa W 68-66 Dayton-NIT L 58-68 New Mexico State-NCAA W 62-53 Kansas-NCAA L 55-74 Won 22, Lost 8 2004-1818 (9-1 MVC, First)

12/6/52 12/13/52 12/20/52 12/22/52 12/25/52 12/26/52 12/29/52 12/30/52 1/3/53 1/7/53 1/10/53 1/12/53 1/17/53 1/24/53 1/28/53 1/31/53 2/3/53 2/7/53 2/10/53 2/14/53 2/16/53 2/19/53 2/21/53 2/25/53 2/28/53 3/2/53 3/7/53

Ohio State (A) L 71-81 Washington State (H) W 64-59 Texas Christian (H) W 73-59 Brigham Young (A) L 69-86 Washington (A) L 59-66 Washington (A) L 57-61 Sugar Bowl/New Orleans St. Bonaventure (A) W 67-59 Louisiana State (A) L 67-70 DePaul (H) W 82-75 Wichita (H) W 92-76 Tulsa (A) L 73-86 Houston (A) W 86-78 Notre Dame (H) W 86-81 Detroit (H) W 92-88 Houston (H) L 70-71 Pittsburgh (H) W 76-74 Wichita State (A) W 78-68 Oklahoma A&M (A) L (OT) 58-60 St. Bonaventure (H) W 72-61 Notre Dame (A) W 78-77 Detroit (A) L 68-83 New York U. (A) W 98-78 Canisius (A) W 64-59 Tulsa (H) W 63-56 Drake (H) W 78-66 Oklahoma A&M (H) L 50-51 St. John’s (N.Y.)-NIT (A) L 66-81 Won 16, Lost 11 1967-1905 (5-5 MVC, Second)

12/4/53

Ft. Leonard Wood

1952-53

1953-54

W

82-64

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All-Time Scores 12/8/53 12/10/53 12/12/53 12/12/53 12/18/53 12/26/53 12/28/53 12/30/53 1/2/54 1/5/54 1/9/54 1/13/54 1/16/54 1/23/54 1/30/54 2/1/54 2/6/54 2/10/54 2/13/54 2/15/34 2/18/54 2/20/54 2/25/54 2/27/54 3/3/54 3/6/54

Ohio State (H) L 83-84 Alabama (H) W 82-68 Drake (H) W 90-81 Canisius (A) W 84-51 Kentucky (H) L 59-71 Holiday Tournament/New York La Salle (A) L 63-77 St. John’s (A) W 77-47 Manhattan (A) L 58-64 Washington (H) W 73-67 Brigham Young (H) W 86-74 Detroit W 70-64 Bradley L 59-76 Houston L 66-69 Wichita State W 74-58 Tulsa L 71-75 Houston W 73-71 Detroit L 74-75 Oklahoma A&M L 53-59 DePaul W 86-70 Tulsa W 70-69 Wichita State L 73-79 Wyoming W 71-55 St. Bonaventure W 77-69 La Salle L 82-96 Bradley W 89-79 Oklahoma A&M L 51-63 Won 15, Lost 12 1976-1875 (8-4 MVC, Second)

12/4/54 12/7/54 12/11/54 12/15/54 12/18/54 12/21/54 12/22/54 12/27/54 12/30/54 1/1/55 1/6/55 1/11/55 1/15/55 1/22/55 1/29/55 2/2/55 2/5/55 2/10/55 2/12/55 2/15/55 2/17/55 2/19/55 2/23/55 2/26/55 2/28/55 3/3/55 3/12/55 3/15/55

Alabama (H) W 50-45 Texas Christian (H) W 75-58 Ohio State (A) L 8691 Mississippi (H) W 82-68 Wyoming (A) L 68-74 Washington (Mo.)(A) L 70-72 Washington (Mo.)(A) W 73-64 Indiana (H) W 80-78 Kentucky (A) L 65-82 LaSalle (H) L 79-88 Houston (H) W 85-84 Drake (H) W 102-82 Bradley (H) W 98-75 Wichita St. (H) W 73-71 St. John’s (H) W 88-70 Oklahoma A&M (A) L 54-67 Tulsa (H) W 69-51 New York U. (A) W 87-66 Detroit (A) W 80-68 Arkansas (H) W 99-72 Wichita State (A) W 91-78 Detroit (H) W 84-79 Bradley (A) W 82-74 Tulsa (A) L 62-76 Houston (A) W 90-87 Oklahoma A&M (H) W 71-59 Connecticut-NIT (A) W 110-103 Dayton-NIT (A) L 81-97 Won 20, Lost 8 2234-2079 (8-2 MVC, First)

12/3/55 12/7/55 12/10/55 12/12/55 12/17/55 12/21/55 12/29/55

Louisiana Tech (H) Centenary (H) St. John’s (A) Indiana (A) Ohio State (H) Washington (H) Kentucky (H)

1954-55

1955-56

W W W W L W L

98-81 95-84 88-80 86-75 83-89 85-77 80-101

12/31/55 1/5/56 1/7/56 1/11/56 1/14/56 1/18/56 1/28/56 2/2/56 2/4/56 2/6/56 2/11/56 2/15/56 2/18/56 2/21/56 2/25/56 3/3/56 3/6/56 3/17/56

Detroit (H) W 86-78 Louisiana State (A) W 110-79 Houston (A) W 76-73 Bradley (H) W 75-67 Detroit (A) W 79-75 DePaul (H) W 89-71 Cincinnati (H) W 104-86 Wichita State (A) W 90-88 Tulsa (A) W 73-66 Oklahoma A&M (H) L 63-65 Houston (H) L 66-67 Bradley (A) W 73-62 Wichita State (H) L 103-109 Drake (A) W 96-81 Tulsa (H) W 73-62 Oklahoma A&M (A) L 49-52 Arkansas (A) W 68-66 Xavier-NIT (A) L 80-84 Won 18, Lost 7 2068-1917 (8-4 MVC, Second)

12/1/56 12/8/56 12/10/56 12/13/56 12/15/56 12/18/56 12/22/56 12/26/56 12/28/56 12/29/56 1/5/57 1/9/57 1/12/57 1/15/57 1/19/57 1/26/57 1/29/57 2/2/57 2/4/57 2/9/57 2/13/57 2/16/57 2/23/57 2/28/57 3/2/57 3/6/57 3/15/57 3/16/57

Cincinnati (A) W 91-73 Ohio State (A) L 54-74 Kentucky (A) W 71-70 Texas Christian (H) W 90-81 Louisiana State (H) W 86-52 Louisville (H) W 93-77 Baylor (H) W 101-78 UCLA (H) L 66-72 Louisville (A) L 43-68 Duquesne (A) L 62-69 St. John’s (H) W 82-77 Wichita State (A) L 64-69 Detroit (A) W 84-75 Drake (H) W 91-65 Houston (H) W 85-70 Tulsa (H) W 88-67 Oklahoma A&M (A) W 49-45 DePaul (A) L 95-97 Drake (A) W 78-72 Detroit (H) W 101-92 Bradley (A) L 70-76 Wichita State (H) W 78-68 Bradley (H) W 73-66 Tulsa (A) W 60-58 Houston (A) W 102-84 Oklahoma A&M (H) W 74-58 Oklahoma City-NCAA L 66-75 SMU-NCAA L 68-78 Won 19, Lost 9 2165-2006 (12-2 MVC, First)

12/7/57 12/14/57 12/21/57 12/23/57 12/26/57 12/27/57 12/28/57 1/4/58 1/8/58 1/11/58 1/15/58 1/18/58 1/25/58 1/30/58 2/1/58 2/3/58

New Mexico A&M (H) Kentucky (H) Ohio State (H) Washington (H) North Carolina (A) Seton Hall (A) Northwestern (A) Pittsburgh (H) Louisville (A) Drake (A) Bradley (H) Cincinnati (H) Drake (H) Wichita State (A) Oklahoma A&M (A) North Texas State (A)

2/8/58 2/10/58 2/15/58 2/20/58 2/22/58 2/26/58 3/1/58 3/3/58 3/6/58 3/8/58

Wichita State (H) W 78-73 Tulsa (H) W 60-59 North Texas State (H) W 89-60 St. John’s (N.Y.) (A) W 105-92 Bradley (A) L 68-82 Cincinnati (A) L 73-91 Houston (H) L 76-81 Oklahoma State (H) W 54-53 Tulsa (A) W 84-66 Houston (A) W 83-76 Won 16, Lost 10 1917-1804 (9-5 MVC, Third)

1956-57

1957-58

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

96-41 60-73 88-77 89-63 48-63 77-44 53-66 87-85 55-67 61-47 71-70 72-85 77-85 80-73 34-65 98-67

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John Bennington 118-72 (.621) 7 Seasons 1958-59

12/8/58 12/13/58 12/20/58 12/23/58 12/27/58 12/31/58 1/3/59 1/5/59 1/10/59 1/21/59 1/17/59 1/25/59 1/29/59 1/31/59 2/2/59 2/11/59 2/14/59 2/16/59 2/21/59 2/23/59 2/28/59 3/2/59 3/6/59 3/9/59 3/17/59

South Dakota State (H) W 75-64 Ohio State (A) W 77-68 Kentucky (A) L 57-76 Cincinnati (H) L 50-57 California (H) W 55-43 Georgia Tech (H) W 90-79 San Francisco (H) W 60-42 New York (A) W 78-62 Pittsburgh (A) W 79-62 Wichita State (A) W 75-72 Tulsa (A) W 76-61 Louisville (H) W 69-68 Drake (H) W 80-60 St. John’s (H) W 72-63 Houston (H) W 71-47 North Texas State (H) W 98-57 Bradley (A) W 72-53 Drake (A) W 64-46 Bradley (H) L 65-72 Houston (H) L 57-64 North Texas State (A) W 70-58 Wichita State (H) W 80-70 Tulsa (H) W 83-55 Oklahoma City (H) W 76-53 Cincinnati (A) L 59-66 Providence-NIT (A) L 72-75 Won 20, Lost 6 1860-1593 (10-4 MVC, Third)

12/1/59 12/3/59 12/5/59 12/10/59 12/16/59 12/12/59 12/18/59 12/19/59 12/22/59 12/26/59

Abilene Christian W St. John’s W Kansas State W Ohio State L Providence W Kentucky W Kentucky Invitational/Lexington West Virginia L North Carolina W Kansas W Creighton W

1959-60

89-64 76-67 67-58 74-81 65-61 73-61 86-87 68-52 66-59 84-66

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All-Time Scores 1/2/60 1/7/60 1/9/60 1/13/60 1/16/60 1/30/60 2/4/60 2/6/60 2/8/60 2/12/60 2/18/60 2/20/60 2/27/60 2/29/60 3/5/60 3/7/60 3/12/60

Bradley L 64-86 Houston W 76-46 North Texas State W 75-65 Cincinnati L 57-79 Drake L 55-57 Drake W 71-51 Wichita State W 75-67 Tulsa W 83-56 Oklahoma City W 73-59 Cincinnati L 57-60 Wichita State W 68-64 Tulsa W 72-68 Houston W 78-57 North Texas State W 85-63 Bradley L 71-81 Louisville W 66-60 Providence-NIT L 53-64 Won 19, Lost 8 1927-1739 (9-5 MVC, Third)

12/3/60 12/5/60 12/9/60 12/10/60 12/16/60 12/19/60 12/21/60 12/22/60 12/27/60 12/31/60 1/5/61 1/7/61 1/9/61 1/12/61 1/14/61 1/27/61 2/4/61 2/9/61 2/11/61 2/16/61 2/18/61 2/20/61 2/23/61 2/25/61 3/2/61 3/4/61 3/23/61

California-Davis (H) W 76-24 Ohio State (A) L 66-81 Creighton (A) W 80-53 Iowa (A) W 61-55 Kentucky Invitational/Lexington Cincinnati (H) W 57-40 San Jose State (H) W 52-26 California-Berkeley (A) W 54-53 Kentucky (A) W 74-72 Southern Methodist (H) W 74-50 Louisville (H) L 47-49 Tulsa (H) W 54-47 Wichita St. (H) L 61-70 Drake (H) L 44-45 North Texas State (A) W 60-40 Houston (A) L 67-75 St. John’s (N.Y.) (H) W 60-57 Oklahoma City (H) W 77-57 Cincinnati (A) L 52-61 Bradley (H) L 54-69 North Texas State (H) W 86-57 Houston (H) W 73-62 Notre Dame (A) W 74-60 Tulsa (A) W 72-68 Wichita St. (A) W 91-78 Drake (A) L 69-73 Bradley (A) W 70-63 Miami-NIT (A) W 58-56 Colorado State-NIT (A) W 59-53 Dayton-NIT (A) W 67-60 Providence-NIT (A) L 59-62 Won 21, Lost 9 1948-1716 (7-5 MVC, Third)

12/2/61 12/4/61 12/6/61 12/11/61 12/16/61 12/18/61 12/20/61 12/22/61 12/23/61 12/27/61 12/29/61 1/4/62 1/6/62 1/8/62

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1960-61

1961-62

South Dakota St. Kansas Kansas State Kentucky Iowa Ohio State Louisville Stanford California Notre Dame Southern Methodist Cincinnati Drake Tulsa

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

70-42 79-65 60-71 77-86 79-61 48-61 58-68 61-71 55-57 81-72 53-63 47-62 56-58 81-59

1/11/62 1/13/62 1/27/62 2/3/62 2/8/62 2/10/62 2/15/62 2/17/62 2/19/62 2/24/62 3/3/62

North Texas State W 79-60 Wichita State L 75-88 Marquette W 74-64 Bradley L 67-72 Cincinnati L 48-54 Wichita State W 86-68 North Texas State W 86-65 Tulsa W 69-58 Oklahoma City W 86-77 Drake L 60-63 Marquette L 64-80 Bradley L 47-58 Won 11, Lost 15 1749-1688 (5-7 MVC, Fifth)

12/1/62 12/3/62 12/8/62 12/10/62 12/14/62 12/15/62 12/22/62 12/26/62 12/27/62 12/28/62 12/31/62 1/3/63 1/5/63 1/12/63 1/26/63 1/31/63 2/2/63 2/6/63 2/9/63 2/14/63 2/16/63 2/23/63 3/2/63 3/6/63 3/16/63 3/19/63

MacMurray (H) W 91-61 Ohio State (A) L 59-84 Kansas State (A) W 59-57 Iowa (H) W 65-58 Providence (A) L 57-64 St. John’s (N.Y.) (A) L 48-54 South Carolina (H) W 69-56 LA Classic/Los Angeles Washington (A) W 64-39 UCLA (A) L 66-85 Northwestern (A) W 69-52 Kentucky (H) W 87-63 North Texas State (H) W 71-59 Tulsa (H) W 70-45 Wichita State (A) L 65-71 Drake (A) W 72-68 Bradley (H) W 71-63 Marquette (H) W 73-62 Cincinnati (A) L 40-70 Louisville (H) W 78-58 Wichita State (H) W 68-61 North Texas State (A) L 62-64 Tulsa (A) L 65-66 Drake (H) W 78-53 Marquette (A) L 58-69 Cincinnati (H) L 52-66 Bradley (A) L 60-66 La Salle-NIT (A) W 62-61 Marquette-NIT (A) L 49-84 Won 16, Lost 12 1828-1759 (6-6 MVC, Third)

11/30/63 12/4/63 12/7/63 12/9/63 12/12/63 12/14/63 12/16/63 12/21/63 12/28/63 12/31/63 1/2/64 1/4/64 1/11/64 1/13/64 1/25/64 2/1/64 2/5/64 2/8/64 2/15/64 2/20/64 2/22/64

South Dakota (H) Illinois (A) Kansas State (H) Iowa (A) Providence (H) Louisville (A) Lamar Tech (H) Missouri (H) Bradley(A) Ohio State (H) Tulsa (H) North Texas State (H) Cincinnati (A) Wichita St. (H) Cincinnati (A) North Texas State (A) Oklahoma City (H) Drake (H) Notre Dame (A) Tulsa (A) Wichita State (A)

1962-63

1963-64

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

100-70 81-78 67-68 77-79 66-72 59-57 113-63 72-65 80-79 91-89 70-63 84-65 64-67 56-69 78-76 57-55 75-80 57-70 73-82 90-81 71-86

2/24/64 2/29/64 3/2/64 3/7/64

Loyola Chicago (H) L 66-79 Drake (A) L 50-56 Kentucky (A) W 67-60 Bradley (H) W 70-74 Won 13, Lost 12 1834-1786 (6-6 MVC, Fourth)

12/1/64 12/3/64 12/5/64 12/12/64 12/17/64 12/19/64 12/22/64 12/28/64 12/29/64 12/31/64 1/2/65 1/4/65 1/9/65 1/11/65 1/16/65 1/30/65 2/4/65 2/6/65 2/11/65 2/13/65 2/17/65 2/20/65 2/24/65 2/27/65 3/4/65 3/6/65 3/13/65

North Dakota State (H) W 114-50 Ohio State (A) W 79-70 Illinois (H) W 79-64 Missouri (A) L 56-62 Princeton (H) W 90-71 Bradley (H) W 76-73 Kentucky (H) W 80-75 Memphis Invitational/Memphis Indiana (A) L 68-98 Southern Methodist (A) L 79-82 Loyola Chicago (A) W 90-57 Drake W 62-55 Tulsa (H) W 54-53 Drake (A) W 66-63 Notre Dame (H) W 75-67 Wichita State (A) L 64-75 Cincinnati (H) L 66-67 Oklahoma City (A) W 77-75 Wichita State (H) L 64-72 North Texas State (A) W 83-60 Tulsa (A) W 66-59 Louisville (A) W 70-63 CBC of Memphis (H) W 111-63 Cincinnati (A) L 60-69 Louisville (H) W 78-65 North Texas State (H) W 90-73 Bradley (A) L 91-94 Army-NIT (A) L 66-70 Won 18, Lost 9 2054-1855 (9-5 MVC, Second)

1964-65

Joe “Buddy” Brehmer 51-53 (.490) 4 Seasons

12/1/65 12/4/65 12/8/65 12/11/65 12/14/65 12/16/65 12/18/65 12/23/65 12/27/65 12/29/65 12/30/65 1/1/66 1/3/66 1/6/66

1965-66

Oklahoma State (A) USC (H) Pepperdine (H) Missouri (H) Bradley (A) Loyola Chicago (H) Ohio State (H) San Francisco (A) Rainbow Classic/Hawai’i Tennessee (N) Army All-Stars (N) Tulsa (N) Louisville (A) Kentucky (A) Drake (H)

W W W W L L W W

61-57 77-72 101-71 81-55 63-68 73-74 83-58 69-87

W W L L L W

59-57 87-76 64-70 80-84 70-80 60-54

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All-Time Scores 1/8/66 1/15/66 1/29/66 2/1/66 2/5/66 2/10/66 2/12/66 2/17/66 2/19/66 2/24/66 2/26/66 3/5/66

Wichita State (A) L 74-79 Cincinnati (A) L 75-81 Cincinati (H) W 73-64 Louisville (H) W 64-60 Wichita State (H) W 101-78 Tulsa (A) W 69-63 North Texas State (A) W 94-92 Drake (A) L 59-73 Arkansas State (H) W 87-64 Tulsa (H) W 74-66 North Texas State (H) W 98-67 Bradley (H) L 68-72 Won 16, Lost 10 1964-1824 (8-6 MVC, Fourth)

12/1/66 12/3/66 12/7/66 12/10/66 12/15/66 12/17/66 12/21/66 12/23/66 12/27/66 12/28/66 12/29/66 1/5/67 1/7/67 1/10/67 1/14/67 1/28/67 2/1/67 2/4/67 2/8/67 2/11/67 2/13/67 2/18/67 2/23/67 2/25/67 3/4/67 3/7/67

Quincy (H) W 101-56 Dayton (H) L 78-80 Southern Illinois (H) L 59-69 Missouri (A) W 73-71 San Francisco (H) W 71-57 Bradley (H) W 76-72 Louisville (A) L 68-75 Memphis (H) W 63-44 Far West Classic/Portland Oregon Washington (A) L 82-91 Oregon State (A) W 64-52 West Virginia (A) W 107-87 Drake (A) L 66-69 Wichita State (H) L 68-70 Creighton (A) W 84-79 Cincinnati (A) L 58-72 Cincinnati (H) W 63-60 Louisville (H) L 62-82 Wichita State (A) L 61-63 North Texas State (A) L 73-77 Tulsa (H) W 76-62 Loyola Chicago (A) L 83-88 Drake (H) W 57-48 North Texas State (H) W 73-68 Tulsa (A) L 59-60 Bradley (A) L 62-66 Washington (Mo.) (H) W 88-60 Won 13, Lost 13 1875-1778 (5-9 MVC, Sixth)

12/2/67 12/7/67 12/9/67 12/13/67 12/16/67 12/19/67 12/23/67 12/27/67 12/29/67 12/30/67 1/3/68 1/6/68 1/11/68 1/13/68 1/27/68 1/31/68 2/3/68 2/8/68 2/10/68 2/15/68 2/18/68 2/21/68

Emporia State Hardin Simmons Washington (Mo.) Missouri Bradley Louisville Kansas LA Classic/Los Angeles Utah State UCLA Iowa Drake Wichita State Dayton Cincinnati Cincinnati Louisville Wichita State Memphis Tulsa Southern Illinois Drake North Texas State

1966-67

1967-68

W W W W L L L

94-64 107-80 72-53 77-66 76-81 64-76 64-68

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

97-78 67-108 77-80 89-78 72-77 56-57 68-74 70-66 63-73 92-73 60-53 73-54 60-54 83-73 64-65

2/25/68 2/28/68 3/2/68 3/7/68

Tulsa W 78-62 N. Texas State W 74-71 Bradley L 99-100 Memphis W 77-65 Won 15, Lost 11 1973-1849 (9-7, MVC, Fourth)

11/30/68 12/3/68 12/6/68 12/10/68 12/12/68 12/14/68 12/17/68 12/20/68 12/31/68 1/4/69 1/6/69 1/9/69 1/11/69 1/13/69 1/25/69 1/28/69 2/1/69 2/5/69 2/8/69 2/14/69 2/18/69 2/22/69 2/26/69 3/1/69 3/6/69 3/8/69

Kansas (A) L 65-88 Creighton (H) L 75-93 St. Mary’s (H) W 75-58 St. Peter’s (OT) (A) L 84-98 Rutgers (A) L 67-91 Notre Dame (H) L 76-101 Wichita State (A) W 99-89 Missouri (H) L 62-91 Dayton (H) L 56-67 Drake (A) L 65-104 Louisville (2 OT) (H) L 80-81 Memphis (OT) (A) W 80-62 North Texas State (A) L 84-99 Tulsa (H) L 66-89 Bradley (H) W 83-82 Long Island (H) L 63-64 Cincinnati (H) L 72-96 Tulsa (H) L 66-89 Wichita State (H) L 73-85 Memphis (H) W 74-65 North Texas St. (OT) (H) W 94-93 Southern Illinois (A) L 66-79 Louisville (A) L 67-93 Bradley (A) L 75-86 Drake (H) L 78-93 Cincinnati (A) L 63-94 Won 6, Lost 20 1891-2221 (5-11 MVC, Eighth)

1968-69

Bob Polk 72-60 (.545) 5 Seasons

12/2/69 12/5/69 12/9/69 12/13/69 12/16/69 12/19/69 12/20/69 12/27/69 1/3/70 1/6/70 1/8/70 1/10/70 1/13/70 1/24/70 1/28/70 1/31/70

1969-70

St. Cloud State (H) W 65-52 SW Louisiana State (H) W 80-73 Missouri (A) L 61-66 Notre Dame (A) L 53-65 Wichita St. (H) L 78-82 Vanderbilt Classic/Nashville, Tenn. Auburn (N) L 66-70 Vanderbilt (A) L 66-76 Bradley (A) W 89-60 Drake (H) L 78-80 Louisville (A) L 65-68 St. Peter’s (H) W 94-83 North Texas State (A) L 62-67 Memphis (A) W 88 -77 Tulsa (A) L 62-77 Louisville (OT) L 60-62 Cincinnati L 58-83

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2/5/70 2/7/70 2/10/70 2/12/70 2/17/70 2/21/70 2/25/70 2/28/70 3/5/70 3/7/70

Tulsa W 79-63 Wichita State W 82-72 Dayton (A) L 61-64 Marquette (H) L 54-64 Southern Illinois (OT) (H) W 84-78 Memphis W 78-68 North Texas State L 82-86 Bradley L 74-82 Drake L 80-85 Cincinnati L 79-94 Won 9, Lost 17 1878-1899 (5-11 MVC, Seventh)

12/1/70 12/5/70 12/8/70 12/12/70 12/14/70 12/17/70 12/19/70 12/23/70 12/28/70 12/29/70 12/30/70 1/2/71 1/5/71 1/8/71 1/11/71 1/25/71 1/27/71 2/1/71 2/4/71 2/6/71 2/8/71 2/13/71 2/18/71 2/20/71 2/25/71 2/27/71 3/4/71 3/6/71 3/11/71

Washington (Mo.) (H) W 103-57 Marquette (A) L 72-95 Missouri (H) W 79-70 Notre Dame (H) L 67-68 Harvard (H) W 65-64 Princeton (H) W 82-52 Bradley (A) L 71-76 UCLA (A) L 65-79 Rainbow Classic/Hawaii Michigan (N) L 78-80 New York (N) W 81-68 Illinois (N) L 60-78 Dartmouth (H) W 91-75 Southern Illinois (A) W 84-70 Cincinnati (H) W 68-67 Tulsa (H) W 79-65 Dayton (A) L 71-81 Louisville (A) L 76-90 Tulsa (A) L 70-75 North Texas State (H) W 88-58 Memphis (H) W 62-58 Wichita State (H) W 76-71 Drake (H) W 64-62 North Texas State (A) W 65-61 Memphis (A) L 56-60 Wichita State (A) W 73-72 Drake (A) L 85-89 Louisville (H) W 73-60 Bradley (H) W 69-59 Louisville (A) L 66-68 Won 17, Lost 12 2139-2028 (9-5 MVC, First)

12/1/71 12/4/71 12/11/71 12/27/71 12/29/71 1/3/72 1/4/72 1/13/72 1/15/72 1/18/72 1/20/72 1/22/72 1/26/72 1/29/72 2/3/72 2/5/72 2/10/72 2/12/72 2/16/72 2/19/72

Missouri-St. Louis (H) W 73-45 Dayton (H) W 75-71 Notre Dame (A) W 92-80 Saint Louis Holiday Invitational/St. Louis Yale (A) W 95-70 Loyola Chicago (A) W 87-62 Senior Bowl/Moblie Alabama South Alabama (A) W 78-61 Florida State (N) L 62-63 Tulsa (A) W 72-61 Wichita State (A) L 49-57 Bradley (H) W 64-59 Evansville (H) W 94-81 New Mexico State (H) L 67-73 Louisville (A) L 59-77 Southern Illinois (H) W 93-61 Tulsa (H) W 63-61 Wichita State (H) W 63-60 Memphis (H) W 76-70 Drake (A) W 67-62 North Texas State (H) W 88-75 Memphis St. (A) L 70-73

1970-71

1971-72

75


All-Time Scores 2/21/72 2/24/72 2/27/72 2/28/72 3/2/72 3/4/72

North Texas State (A) W 76-69 Fordham (A) W 75-71 Louisville (H) L 78-84 Cincinnati (A) L 65-68 Drake (H) W 99-79 Bradley (A) W 73-86 Won 18, Lost 8 1953-1781 (9-5 MVC, Third)

12/2/72 12/5/72 12/9/72 12/16/72 12/23/72 12/27/72 12/29/72 1/6/73 1/8/73 1/10/73 1/13/73 1/17/73 1/20/73 1/22/73 1/25/73 1/27/73 2/1/73 2/3/73 2/8/73 2/11/73 2/15/73 2/17/73 2/21/73 2/24/73 3/1/73 3/3/73

Texas Tech (H) W 73-62 Missouri-St. Louis (H) W 97-76 Notre Dame (H) W 60-58 Seton Hall (A) W 78-65 Evansville (A) L 59-84 St. Louis Holiday Invitational/St. Louis Army (H) W 64-50 Virginia (H) W 75-74 Oklahoma State (A) W 78-55 New Mexico (A) L 67-87 Arizona (A) L 67-71 Memphis (A) L 60-72 Tulsa (H) L 57-58 Louisville (H) W 61-51 Southern Illinois (OT) (A) W 63-56 Wichita State (A) W 75-66 West Texas State (H) W 88-55 Tulsa (A) W 69-64 Louisville (A) L 49-88 Bradley (A) L 69-86 South Florida (H) W 95-67 New Mexico State (H) W 69-54 Drake (A) W 61-58 Drake (H) W 81-70 North Texas State (A) W 66-64 Bradley (H) W 85-71 Memphis (H) W 70-56 Won 19, Lost 7 1836-1718 (10-4 MVC, Third)

12/1/73 12/4/73 12/8/73 12/10/73 12/15/73 12/27/73 12/29/73 1/3/74 1/5/74 1/7/74 1/10/74 1/12/74 1/19/74 1/24/74 1/26/74 1/31/74 2/2/74 2/7/74 2/9/74 2/14/74 2/16/74 2/21/74 2/23/74 2/28/74 3/2/74

Missouri-St. Louis (H) W 97-73 Oklahoma State (H) W 54-48 Notre Dame (A) L 65-94 Colorado (H) W 76-66 Southern Illinois (H) L 81-89 ECAC Holiday Tourney/New York City Manhattan (A) L 65-88 Stanford (N) L 63-79 South Florida (A) W 57-55 New Mexico State (A) L 58-74 Texas Tech (A) L 66-82 Bradley (A) L 72-78 Memphis (H) W 65-61 Drake (A) L 65-71 Creighton (H) L 54-60 North Texas State (A) W 89-88 Tulsa (H) L 64-73 Wichita St. (H) W 71-70 West Texas State (A) L 53-58 Wichita State (A) W 79-77 Indiana State (H) L 69-78 Memphis (A) L 81-91 Bradley (H) L 80-92 Louisville (H) L 85-93 Louisville (A) L 85-95 Drake (H) W 83-76 Won 9, Lost 16 1777-1906 (4-8 MVC, Sixth)

76

1972-73

1973-74

Randy Albrecht 32-47 (.405) 3 Seasons 1974-75

11/30/74 12/4/74 12/10/74 12/14/74 12/21/74 12/23/74 12/30/74 1/4/75 1/6/75 1/11/75 1/16/75 1/18/75 1/23/75 1/25/75 1/28/75 1/30/75 2/1/75 2/6/75 2/8/75 2/13/75 2/16/75 2/20/75 2/23/75 2/27/75 3/1/75 3/3/75

Illinois State (H) W 83-81 Colorado (A) L 81-85 Arizona State (H) L 70-84 Creighton (A) L 64-66 Bradley (A) L 66-74 Drake (H) W 77-71 Cincinnati (H) W 89-68 West Texas State (H) W 100-61 Kansas (H) L 72-79 Southern Illinois (H) L 73-77 Tulsa (A) W 71-65 Wichita State (H) W 77-67 Louisville (H) L 70-77 Drake (A) L 64-87 South Carolina (A) L 60-76 North Texas State (H) W 93-82 Tulsa (H) W 76-74 New Mexico State (A) L 48-55 West Texas State (A) W 60-58 Southern Illinois (A) L 63-79 Louisville (A) L 68-75 North Texas State (A) W 83-66 Memphis St. (H) W 78-75 New Mexico State (H) W 78-60 Wichita State (A) L 60-62 Bradley (H) L 75-78 Won 12, Lost 14 1899-1883 (no conference competition)

11/29/75 12/2/75 12/6/75 12/10/75 12/16/75 12/20/75 12/22/75 12/29/75 12/30/75 1/5/76 1/10/76 1/2/76 1/17/76 1/19/76 1/21/76 1/24/76 1/26/76 1/29/76 2/2/76 2/7/76 2/9/76 2/14/76 2/21/76

Southern Methodist (H) W SIU Edwardsville (A) W Kansas (A) L Indiana St. (A) W Louisville (A) L Canisius (H) W Missouri-St. Louis (H) W Bruin Classic/Los Angeles, CA Purdue (A) L Santa Clara (A) L Drake (H) W Oklahoma (H) W Iowa State (H) W Oklahoma City (H) L South Carolina (H) L Southern Illinois (A) L Creighton (A) L Drake (OT) (A) W Tulsa (A) W Creighton (H) L Xavier (H) W Oral Roberts (H) L Cincinnati (A) L Missouri-St. Louis (A) W

1975-76

2/23/76 2/28/76 3/1/76 3/4/76

Illinois State (H) W 85-71 Oklahoma City (A) L 55-68 Oral Roberts (A) L 76-79 Memphis (A) L 69-73 Won 13, Lost 14 1923-1908 (0-2 Metro, Sixth)

11/26/76 11/30/76 12/3/76 12/4/76 12/8/76 12/11/76 12/18/76 12/20/76 12/28/76 12/29/76 12/30/76 1/11/77 1/16/77 1/19/77 1/22/77 1/31/77 2/5/77 2/7/77 2/12/77 2/14/77 2/16/77 2/19/77 2/21/77 2/26/77 2/28/77 3/3/77

Illinois (H) L 65-68 Iowa State (A) L 47-62 Show Me Classic/Columbia, Mo. North Texas (A) L 60-62 Illinois (A) L 46-54 Oklahoma (A) L 54-62 Tulane (OT) (H) L 86-91 Cincinnati (A) L 53-86 Kansas (2 OT) (H) L 68-69 Far West Classic/Portland, Oregon Texas A&M (2 OT) (A) W 87-77 Weber State (A) L 57-64 Oregon (A) L 55-59 Georgia Tech (A) L 59-71 Cincinnati (H) L 52-54 Illinois State (A) W 84-77 Louisville (H) L 55-74 Southern Illinois (H) L 73-76 Missouri-St. Louis (H) W 82-77 SIU Edwardsville (H) W 60-51 Oklahoma City (A) L 54-58 Memphis (OT) (A) W 67-64 Oral Roberts (A) L 65-71 Xavier (A) L 56-57 Indiana State (H) L 72-77 DePaul (H) W 70-63 Missouri-St. Louis (H) W 114-81 Cincinnati (A) L 68-76 Won 7, Lost 19 1709-1781 (1-5 Metro, Seventh)

80-79 93-67 64-70 62-58 71-87 68-54 87-67 77-80 66-69 73-68 46-43 93-64 63-67 62-66 51-80 80-95 101-99 78-62 58-76 66-61 69-72 45-60 85-73

1976-77

Ron Coleman 7-20 (.259) 1 Season

11/26/77 12/1/77 12/2/77 12/8/77 12/10/77 12/17/77 12/29/77 12/30/77 1/5/78 1/7/78 1/10/78 1/13/78 1/21/78 1/23/78 1/26/78

1977-78

Illinois State (H) Indiana State (A) Missouri-St. Louis (H) Detroit (A) Oklahoma City (H) Kansas (A) Tulsa (H) Missouri-St. Louis (H) Columbia (OT)(H) SIU Edwardsville (H) Cincinnati (A) Marquette (A) Georgia Tech (H) DePaul (A) Florida St. (A)

L 83-90 L 68-84 L (OT) 88-89 L 61-69 L 66-89 L 65-85 W 80-77 W 74-54 W 78-66 W 83-63 L 55-66 L 54-56 L 79-92 L 81-100 L 75-88

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All-Time Scores 1/28/78 1/31/78 2/4/78 2/6/78 2/8/78 2/11/78 2/16/78 2/18/78 2/23/78 2/25/78 2/27/78 3/2/78

Georgia Tech (A) L 49-57 Memphis (OT) (A) L 85-86 Florida State (H) L 68-72 WI-Milwaukee (H) W 65-64 Southern Illinois (A) L 58-60 Louisville (H) L 61-63 Cincinnati (H) L 62-80 Tulane (H) W 83-79 Memphis (A) W 82-80 Tulane (A) L 75-85 Louisville (A) L 59-94 Memphis (A) L 57-79 Won 7, Lost 20 1894-2067 (2-10 Metro, Sixth)

Ron Ekker 37-71 (.342) 4 Seasons 1978-79

11/24/78 11/29/78 12/1/78 12/2/78 12/9/78 12/11/78 12/20/78 12/21/78 12/23/78 12/29/78 12/30/78 1/2/79 1/7/79 1/10/79 1/12/79 1/20/79 1/24/79 1/27/79 2/2/79 2/5/79 2/10/79 2/12/79 2/15/79 2/17/79 2/19/79 2/24/79 3/1/79

Roosevelt (H) W 130-61 Southern Illinois (OT) (A) W 81-75 Wisconsin Invitational/Madison, Wis. Robert Morris (N) W 68-46 Wisconsin (A) L 63-66 Illinois State (A) L 63-73 Missouri-St. Louis (H) W 85-64 Roanoke (Va.) Time World News Classic Virginia Tech (A) L 71-90 South Carolina (2 OT) (A) L 79-80 UAB (A) L 70-73 Blade Glass Classic/Toledo, Ohio Bowling Green (N) L 76-86 Toledo (A) L 73-86 Cincinnati (OT) (H) W 53-51 Memphis (H) L 65-77 Rockhurst (H) W 56-48 Florida State (H) L 59-61 Cincinnati (OT) (A) L 63-66 Louisville (A) L 65-80 Memphis (A) L 77-88 Marquette (H) L 51-71 UW-Milwaukee (A) W 71-62 Tulane (A) W 71-69 Florida State (A) L 79-84 Louisville (H) L 62-78 Tulane (H) W 79-65 Northern Iowa (H) L 62-73 SIU Edwardsville (H) W 109-69 Memphis (A) L 58-62 Won 10, Lost 17 1939-1907 (3-7, Metro, Sixth)

11/30/79 12/1/79 12/5/79 12/8/79

IPTAY/Clemson, S.C. Middle Tennessee St. (N) Siena (N) Lewis (H) Notre Dame (A)

1979-80

L W W L

65-67 92-81 63-54 65-93

12/12/79 12/21/79 12/28/79 12/29/79 1/2/80 1/4/80 1/14/80 1/8/80 1/16/80 1/19/80 1/22/80 1/25/80 1/28/80 2/1/80 2/4/80 2/6/80 2/8/80 2/14/80 2/16/80 2/18/80 2/21/80 2/24/80 2/28/80

SIU Edwardsville (H) W 67-48 Missouri (OT) (H) L 75-77 Sun Bowl/El Paso, Texas Alabama (N) W 83-75 Texas-El Paso (A) L 66-76 Virginia Tech (H) L 61-66 Florida State (H) L 73-75 Tulane (H) W 89-63 Louisville (A) L 65-94 UAB (H) W 84-76 Memphis (A) L 49-57 Cincinnati (A) L 57-71 Louisville (H) L 74-99 Butler (H) W 100-79 Memphis (H) W 76-62 S. Mississippi (H) L 52-69 Roosevelt (H) W 101-53 Quincy (H) W 71-63 Florida State (A) L 69-71 Tulane (A) W 69-60 S. Mississippi (A) L 73-86 Cincinnati (H) W 92-86 Virginia Tech (A) L 73-99 Memphis (A) L 60-62 Won 12, Lost 15 1964-1962 (4-8 Metro, Fifth)

11/29/80 12/3/80 12/5/80 12/8/80 12/13/80 12/20/80 12/29/80 12/30/80 1/3/81 1/9/81 1/13/81 1/15/81 1/17/81 1/19/81 1/24/81 1/26/81 1/29/81 2/2/81 2/4/81 2/7/81 2/9/81 2/14/81 2/19/81 2/21/81 2/25/81 2/27/81 3/5/81

William Jewel (H) W 91-51 McKendree (H) L 55-64 Delaware State (H) W 70-47 Creighton (H) L 57-64 Missouri (A) L 58-76 Butler (A) L 61-69 Connecticut Mutual Classic/Storrs, Conn. Western Kentucky (N) L 54-57 Army (N) W 61-54 Missouri-St. Louis (H) W 81-64 Alcorn St. (H) L 70-74 DePaul (A) L 67-93 Dayton (H) W 78-66 Memphis (A) W 66-59 Iowa State (H) W 61-59 Cincinnati (H) L 57-66 Virginia Tech (H) L 69-75 Louisville (A) L 57-61 Tulane (H) L 71-83 Florida State (H) W 72-71 North Texas State (A) L 72-96 Florida State (A) L 57-70 Virginia Tech (A) L 69-84 Memphis (H) W 64-58 Cincinnati (A) L 50-59 Louisville (H) L 85-97 Tulane (A) L 69-75 Florida State (A) L 77-84 Won 9, Lost 18 1788-1883 (3-9 Metro, Seventh)

11/28/81 12/2/81 12/5/81 12/7/81 12/9/81 12/11/81 12/19/81 12/30/81 1/4/82 1/7/82

SIU Edwardsville (H) Pittsburgh St. (H) Georgia State (H) Creighton (A) Detroit (H) North Texas (H) Illinois (A) Butler (A) Georgia State(A) Louisville (A)

1/9/82 1/14/82 1/17/82 1/21/82 1/23/82 1/25/82 1/27/82 1/30/82 2/5/82 2/11/82 2/13/82 2/15/82 2/18/82 2/20/82 2/25/82 2/27/82 3/5/82

1980-81

1981-82

W W W L W L L W L L

60-55 66-50 79-64 60-75 72-61 70-84 43-53 86-82 70-77 53-89

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Iowa State (A) L 61-74 Florida State (H) L 74-75 Tulane (H) L 52-56 Dayton (A) L 63-66 Florida State (A) L 73-89 Virginia Tech (H) L 75-83 DePaul (H) L 80-99 Cincinnati (A) W 62-59 Butler (H) L 61-70 UAB (H) L 63-79 Tulane (A) L 57-81 Memphis (H) L 64-82 Louisville (H) L 69-99 Virginia Tech (A) L 76-112 Cincinnati (H) L 61-76 Memphis (A) L 64-82 Louisville (A) L 44-76 Won 6, Lost 21 1776-2750 (1-11 Metro, Seventh)

Rich Grawer 159-149 (.516) 10 Seasons 1982-83

11/27/82 11/29/82 12/1/82 12/4/82 12/7/82 12/9/82 12/11/82 12/18/82 12/20/82 12/28/82 12/29/82 1/3/83 1/6/83 1/9/83 1/15/83 1/17/83 1/22/83 1/24/83 1/29/83 1/31/83 2/5/83 2/12/83 2/14/83 2/19/83 2/21/83 2/28/83 3/2/83 3/5/83

St. Ambrose (H) W 97-73 CBC-Memphis (H) W 79-48 Memphis (H) L 56-75 Kansas (A) L 69-83 Vanderbilt (A) L 67-88 Bradley (A) L 47-67 Oklahoma State (H) L 58-61 Valparaiso (A) L 65-73 UAB (A) L 47-66 Budweiser Holiday Classic/St. Louis SIU Edwardsville (H) L 64-67 California (H) L 74-76 Indiana State (H) W 73-71 Memphis (A) L 64-78 Missouri-St. Louis (H) L 70-75 Butler (H) L 51-57 Evansville (H) L 61-65 Loyola Chicago (H) L 62-65 Detroit (A) L 65-66 Oral Roberts (H) L 66-77 Oklahoma City (H) W 68-50 Xavier (A) W 79-60 Butler (A) L 52-64 Evansville (A) L 64-74 Loyola Chicago (H) L 62-66 Detroit (H) L 65-71 Oklahoma City (2 OT) (A) L 55-60 Oral Roberts (A) L 57-70 Xavier (H) L 72-94 Won 5, Lost 23 1809-1948 (2-12 MCC, Seventh)

11/25/83 11/26/83 12/1/83

William Penn (H) CBC-Memphis (H) Kansas (H)

1983-84

W W L

70-43 68-60 63-67

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All-Time Scores 12/5/83 12/7/83 12/10/83 12/17/83 12/19/83 12/28/83 12/30/83 1/1/84 1/7/84 1/9/84 1/14/84 1/16/84 1/21/84 1/23/84 1/28/84 1/30/84 2/4/84 2/6/84 2/11/84 2/13/84 2/18/84 2/20/84 2/25/84 3/1/84 3/8/84

Bradley (H) L 57-58 Southern Illinois (A) L 67-69 Oklahoma State (A) L 61-73 Missouri State (H) L 64-74 St. Ambrose (H) W 67-44 Indiana State (A) L 58-66 Hardin Simmons (H) W 60-57 Drake (A) W 71-61 Oral Roberts (H) L 73-79 Oklahoma City (H) W 63-62 Xavier (A) L 42-77 Butler (A) W 49-46 Detroit (H) L 57-61 Loyola Chicago (H) L 76-79 Evansville (OT) (A) W 64-61 UM-St. Louis (OT) (A) W 45-42 Oral Roberts (A) L 61-72 Oklahoma City (A) L 49-64 Xavier (OT) (H) W 56-49 Butler (H) W 66-65 Detroit (A) L 63-68 Loyola Chicago (A) L 64-75 Evansville (H) L 64-67 Valparaiso (H) W 70-62 Xavier (A) L 60-72 Won 12, Lost 16 1728-1773 (5-9 MCC, Sixth)

11/26/84 11/28/84 12/1/84 12/5/84 12/8/84 12/12/84 12/22/84 12/27/84 12/29/84 1/3/85 1/5/85 1/7/85 1/12/85 1/14/85 1/19/85 1/21/85 1/26/85 1/30/85 2/2/85 2/4/85 2/9/85 2/11/85 2/16/85 2/18/85 2/23/85 3/2/85 3/4/85 3/7/85

Duke (H) L 64-97 Blackburn (2 OT) (H) W 101-88 Greenville (H) W 89-59 Southern Illinois (H) L 64-73 Hardin-Simmons (A) W 66-64 William Penn (H) W 81-68 Drake (H) L 62-65 Eastern Washington (A) L 74-80 US International (A) W 75-47 Missouri State (A) W 59-56 Oral Roberts (H) L 55-74 Oklahoma City (A) W 73-60 Xavier (H) W 77-67 Butler (H) W 71-54 Detroit (A) L 49-61 Loyola Chicago (A) L 73-85 Evansville (H) W 72-69 Notre Dame (A) L 42-48 Oral Roberts (H) L 64-74 Oklahoma City (H) W 80-51 Xavier (A) L 53-72 Butler (A) L 61-66 Detroit (H) W 62-61 Loyola Chicago (H) L 43-52 Evansville (A) L 65-67 Georgia Tech (A) L 54-64 Western Illinois (H) W 65-47 Oral Roberts (A) L 53-56 Won 13, Lost 15 1876-1756 (6-8, MCC, Sixth)

11/22/85 11/30/85 12/2/85 12/5/85 12/7/85 12/9/85 12/13/85 12/21/85 12/23/85

Washington (Mo.) (A) Youngstown State (H) Georgia Tech (H) William Penn (H) Western Illinois (A) Drake (A) Indiana State (H) Evansville (A) Bradley (A)

78

1984-85

1985-86

W W L W L L W W L

66-50 76-58 55-62 82-54 53-59 44-54 65-61 68-64 67-81

12/30/85 1/2/86 1/8/86 1/11/86 1/13/86 1/18/86 1/20/86 1/22/86 1/25/86 1/27/86 2/1/86 2/3/86 2/8/86 2/11/86 2/15/86 2/17/86 2/22/86 2/24/86 2/27/86 2/28/86 3/2/86

Cornell (Iowa) (H) W 95-56 Southern Illinois (H) L 78-80 Duke (A) L 58-84 Oral Roberts (A) W 64-44 SW Texas (A) W 79-55 Xavier (H) L 60-72 Butler (H) L 55-60 Missouri State (H) L 61-68 Detroit (A) W 54-52 Loyola Chicago (A) L 60-69 Evansville (H) W 67-58 Youngstown State (A) W 78-61 Oral Roberts (H) W 76-62 SW Texas (H) W 88-54 Xavier (A) L 72-81 Butler (A) W 75-74 Detroit (H) W 64-62 Loyola Chicago (H) W 79-70 Midwestern Collegiate Conference Butler (A) W 63-61 Detroit (N) W 59-49 Xavier (N) L 66-74 Won 18, Lost 12 2027-1889 (8-4 MCC, Second)

11/28/86 11/29/86 11/30/86 12/5/86 12/6/86 12/9/86 12/11/86 12/13/86 12/20/86 12/23/86 12/30/86 1/3/87 1/7/87 1/10/87 1/12/87 1/14/87 1/17/87 1/19/87 1/24/87 1/26/87 1/31/87 2/2/87 2/5/87 2/7/87 2/11/87 2/14/87 2/16/87 2/19/87 2/21/87 2/23/87 2/26/87 2/27/87 3/1/87 3/13/87 3/17/87

Hawaii Pacific Tournament/Hawai’i Arkansas-Little Rock (N) W 69-68 Drake (N) W 75-56 SE Louisiana (N) W 82-54 Missouri Baptist (H) W 82-42 Northern Iowa (H) W 72-62 Dayton (A) W 61-53 Western Illinois (H) W 103-75 Illinois State (H) L 69-80 Missouri State (A) W 55-46 Southern Illinois (A) W 73-71 Evansville (H) W 68-50 Indiana State (OT) (A) W 67-64 Bradley (H) W 67-65 Oral Roberts (H) W 75-53 Memphis (A) L 54-67 Florida A & M (H) W 82-65 Xavier (A) L 69-77 Butler (A) L 58-61 Detroit (H) W 70-52 Loyola Chicago (OT) (H) L 67-76 Evansville (OT) (A) L 76-78 Youngstown State (A) W 85-76 Eastern Illinois (H) W 94-59 Oral Roberts (A) L 63-69 Cincinnati (A) L 64-65 Xavier (H) W 76-71 Butler (H) W 73-53 Missouri-St. Louis (H) W 90-57 Detroit (A) W 73-68 Loyola Chicago (A) W 70-68 Midwestern Collegiate Conference Oral Roberts (N) W 75-64 Evansville (N) W 55-51 Xavier (N) L 69-81 National Invitation Tournament Saint Peter’s (H) W 76-60 Southern Miss (H) L 78-83 Won 25, Lost 10 2537-2240 (7-5 MCC, Tied Third)

1986-87

1987-88

Irish Tournament/Cork, Ireland 11/27/87 Canisius (N)

W

84-56

11/29/87 Iona (OT) (N) L 73-77 12/5/87 Grambling (H) L 66-69 12/7/87 Memphis (H) W 55-50 12/12/87 Illinois State (A) L 58-61 12/17/87 Chicago State (H) W 53-51 12/21/87 Indiana State (H) W 74-58 1/2/88 Western Illinois (A) W 59-51 1/7/88 Missouri State (H) L 49-64 1/9/88 Eastern Illinois (A) L 68-75 1/12/88 Florida A & M (A) L 68-74 1/14/88 Duke (A) L 53-69 1/20/88 Dayton (H) W 79-61 1/23/88 Butler (H) W 50-40 1/25/88 Xavier (H) L 86-100 1/28/88 Youngstown State (H) W 74-52 1/30/88 Loyola Chicago (A) W 80-78 2/1/88 Detroit (A) L 59-65 2/6/88 Evansville (H) W 68-48 2/8/88 Bradley (A) L 67-83 2/10/88 Cincinnati (H) W 80-73 2/16/88 Northern Iowa (A) W 91-70 2/20/88 Butler (A) L 47-54 2/22/88 Xavier (A) L 70-93 2/29/88 Detroit (H) W 84-63 3/2/88 Loyola Chicago (H) W 82-76 3/6/88 Evansville (A) L 65-77 Midwestern Collegiate Conference/Indianapolis 3/10/88 Detroit (N) L 66-69 Won 14, Lost 14 1908-1857 (5-5 MCC, Tied Third) 11/26/88 11/28/88 12/1/88 12/3/88 12/6/88 12/11/88 12/17/88 12/23/88 12/24/88 12/25/88 1/2/89 1/4/89 1/7/89 1/9/89 1/12/89 1/16/89 1/19/89 1/21/89 1/26/89 1/28/89 2/1/89 2/4/89 2/6/89 2/9/89 2/11/89 2/16/89 2/18/89 2/23/89 2/25/89 3/4/89 3/9/89 3/10/89 3/15/89 3/20/89 3/23/89

1988-89

Coppin State (H) W 88-63 Grambling (A) W 88-73 Bradley (H) W 83-77 Missouri-Kansas City (H) W 67-51 Missouri State (A) L 47-50 Colorado (A) L 76-85 Illinois St. (H) W 92-55 Chaminade Christmas Tourney/St. Louis Miami (FL) (N) W 86-71 Iowa (N) L 80-83 Eastern Washington (N) W 84-71 Western Kentucky (H) W 76-66 Youngstown State (A) W 77-64 Indiana State (A) W 69-65 Memphis (A) L 73-80 Butler (H) W 99-72 Brooklyn College (H) W 82-41 Dayton (A) L 63-65 Xavier (Ohio) (A) L 67-73 Loyola Chicago (H) W 74-61 Detroit (H) W 80-50 Eastern Illinois (H) W 64-60 Evansville (A) L 66-98 Western Illinois (H) W 92-57 Butler (A) W 64-44 Chicago State (A) W 84-67 Dayton (H) W 76-59 Xavier (H) W 62-61 Loyola Chicago (A) W 67-56 Detroit (A) L 72-74 Evansville (H) W 72-61 MCC Tournament/Dayton, Ohio Butler (N) W 68-64 Xavier (N) L 56-79 National Invitation Tournament Southern Illinois (H) W 87-54 Wisconsin (A) W 73-68 New Mexico (A) W 66-65

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Michigan State (N) W 74-64 St. John’s (A) L 65-73 Won 27, Lost 10 2756-2420 (8-4 MCC, Second)

11/25/89 11/27/89 11/30/89 12/2/89 12/9/89 12/15/89 12/20/89 12/23/89 12/30/89 1/3/90 1/5/90 1/13/90 1/15/90 1/18/90 1/20/90 1/22/90 1/27/90 1/29/90 2/3/90 2/6/90 2/8/90 2/10/90 2/15/90 2/17/90 2/24/90 3/1/90 3/4/90 3/8/90 3/16/90 3/20/90 3/22/90 3/26/90 3/28/90

Oral Roberts (H) L 85-87 Tennessee State (H) W 107-76 Eastern Illinois (A) W 82-76 Murray State (H) W 78-68 Purdue (A) L 54-61 Southern Illinois (A) W 75-72 Western Kentucky (A) W 77-65 Colorado (H) W 77-72 Indiana State (H) W 79-60 Murray State (A) W 76-60 Missouri State (H) L 75-84 Detroit (A) W 68-66 Butler (A) W 66-64 Dayton (H) W 95-69 Xavier (H) L 74-83 Marquette (A) L 59-65 Loyola Chicago (H) W 62-53 Southern Illinois (H) L 79-82 Evansville (H) W 73-52 Illinois State (A) L 61-65 Butler (H) W 62-54 Detroit (H) W 63-61 Dayton (A) L 81-84 Xavier (A) L 58-74 Marquette (H) W 65-55 Loyola Chicago (A) W 102-86 Evansville (A) L 83-87 MCC Tournament/Dayton, Ohio Loyola (N) L 58-67 National Invitation Tournament Kent State (H) W 85-74 UW-Green Bay (H) W 58-54 DePaul (H) W 54-47 New Mexico (A) W 80-73 Vanderbilt (N) L 72-74 Won 21, Lost 12 2423-2270 (9-5 MCC, Third)

11/23/90 11/24/90 11/25/90 12/1/90 12/5/90 12/8/90 12/11/90 12/15/90 12/18/90 12/21/90 12/22/90 1/2/91 1/5/91 1/9/91 1/11/91 1/13/91 1/17/91 1/19/91 1/24/91 1/26/91 1/31/91 2/2/91 2/7/91 2/9/91

Nebraska (A) L 79-107 America U. of P.R. (A) W 115-86 Bucknell (A) L 93-103 Southern Illinois (A) L 69-108 Houston (H) L 84-85 Purdue (H) L 77-97 Santa Clara (H) W 64-60 Illinois State (H) W 71-67 Indiana State (A) W 82-67 Bud Light Billiken Classic/St. Louis Western Illinois (H) W 80-76 Northwestern (H) W 93-77 Bradley (A) W 95-71 Missouri State (A) L 83-94 Butler (H) L 74-87 Southern Illinois (H) W 57-56 UAB (A) L 80-98 Dayton (A) L 77-86 Xavier (A) W 58-56 Loyola Chicago (A) L 71-102 Marquette (H) W 73-69 Evansville (H) W 89-73 Xavier (H) W 95-74 Butler (A) L 55-57 Detroit (A) L 72-74

1989-90

1990-91

2/14/91 2/16/91 2/21/91 2/23/91 2/27/91 3/3/91 3/7/91 3/8/91 3/9/91

Dayton (H) W 88-80 Detroit (H) W 89-82 Loyola Chicago (H) W 98-73 Marquette (A) L 69-72 Northern Iowa (H) W 83-72 Evansville (A) W 74-66 Midwestern Collegiate Conference Marquette (N) W 92-82 Loyola (N) W 89-78 Xavier (N) L 68-81 Won 19, Lost 14 2636-2616 (8-6 MCC, Third)

11/23/91 12/2/91 12/7/91 12/14/91 12/17/91 12/21/91 12/28/91 12/30/91 1/4/92 1/6/92 1/11/92 1/13/92 1/15/92 1/18/92 1/21/92 1/25/92 2/1/92 2/5/92 2/8/92 2/12/92 2/15/92 2/17/92 2/20/92 2/22/92 2/26/92 2/29/92 3/7/92 3/12/92

Bradley (H) L 53-63 Southern California (A) L 60-76 South Alabama (H) W 74-72 Montana State (H) L 78-87 Southern Illinois (A) L 66-91 North Carolina A&T (H) L 81-85 Dayton (H) L 72-83 Santa Clara (A) L 76-81 Missouri State (H) L 59-66 Southern Illinois (H) W 73-71 Cincinnati (A) L 66-79 Arkansas State (H) W 59-58 Chicago State (H) W 102-90 Marquette (H) L 67-70 Houston (A) L 88-110 DePaul (OT) (A) L 84-91 Memphis (A) L 64-77 Northern Iowa (A) L 66-76 UAB (H) L 74-78 Texas Christian (H) W 89-69 Cincinnati (H) L 60-89 Illinois State (A) L 62-68 Memphis (OT) (H) L 73-75 Marquette (A) L 48-71 Texas Christian (A) L 69-88 DePaul (H) L 71-88 UAB (A) L 76-104 Marquette-GMW (N) L 63-74 Won 5, Lost 23 1973-2230 (0-10 GMW, Sixth)

1991-92

Charlie Spoonhour 122-90 (.575) 7 Seasons 1992-93

Preseason NIT/Los Angeles, Calif. 11/18/92 UCLA (A) 12/2/92 Slippery Rock (H) 12/5/92 South Alabama (A) 12/12/92 Morgan State (H) 12/16/92 Southern Illinois (A) 12/19/92 Southern California (H) 12/21/92 Tennessee State (H) 12/28/92 Murray State (H) 1/2/93 Missouri State (A)

L W L W L W W W L

54-68 86-42 66-68 101-76 44-57 94-79 83-61 94-58 52-63

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1/6/93 1/9/93 1/13/93 1/16/93 1/20/93 1/27/93 1/30/93 2/2/93 2/6/93 2/10/93 2/13/93 2/15/93 2/17/93 2/20/93 2/22/93 2/27/93 3/1/93 3/3/93 3/11/93 3/12/93

Southern Methodist (H) L 56-63 Cincinnati (H) L 65-80 Southern Methodist (A) L 59-66 Marquette (A) L 53-65 Augustana (H) W 86 -73 Arkansas State (A) L 45-58 Marquette (H) L 62-65 DePaul (A) L 63-65 UMKC (H) W 78-70 Chicago State (H) W 116-66 Cincinnati (A) L 39-64 Dayton (A) W 73-52 Memphis (H) L 69-77 UAB (A) L 45-84 Southern Illinois (OT) (H) W 87-78 DePaul (H) W 92-76 Memphis(A) L 72-75 UAB (H) L 57-77 Great Midwest Conference/Memphis Marquette (N) W 63-57 Memphis (A) L 65-73 Won 12, Lost 17 2019-1956 (1-9 GMW, Sixth)

11/27/93 12/1/93 12/4/93 12/6/93 12/8/93 12/15/93 12/18/93 12/20/93 12/30/93 1/2/94 1/5/94 1/8/94 1/11/94 1/15/94 1/22/94 1/26/94 1/29/94 2/2/94 2/6/94 2/9/94 2/13/94 2/16/94 2/19/94 2/23/94 2/26/94 3/5/94 3/10/94 3/11/94 3/17/94

Mercer (H) W 86-52 SMU (A) W,OT 90-85 Cornell (H) W 84-47 Creighton (A) W 78-71 Chicago State (H) W 97-69 Augustana (H) W 97-64 Murray State (A) W 92-89 Samford (H) W 70-68 Southern Illinois (H) W 100-87 Detroit (H) W 91-77 Missouri State (H) W 81-48 Arizona State (N) W 77-75 Memphis (H) W 86-59 DePaul (A) W 80-71 Marquette (A) L 52-62 Marquette (H) W 76-66 UMKC (A) W 83-71 Dayton (H) W 94-75 DePaul (H) W 91-81 Iowa State (H) W 90-75 Dayton (OT) (A) L 77-82 Cincinnati (A) L 73-78 UAB (OT) (H) W 73-72 Cincinnati (H) W 70-67 Memphis (A) W 71-66 UAB (A) L 70-85 Great Midwest Conference/Cincinnati Dayton (N) W 80-46 Memphis (N) L 62-73 NCAA Midwest Regional/Wichita, Kan. Maryland (N) L 66-74 Won 23, Lost 6 2337-2035 (8-4 GMW, Second)

11/27/94 12/1/94 12/5/94 12/7/94 12/10/94 12/17/94 12/19/94 12/28/94 1/5/95 1/7/95

Bradley (H) CSU-Sacramento (H) Southern Illinois (A) UMKC (H) Creighton (H) Bethune-Cookman (H) Southern Methodist (H) Austin Peay (H) Massachusetts (H) UAB (H)

1993-94

1994-95

W W W W W W W W L W

66-59 90-49 72-65 95-68 83-56 103-49 93-69 71-54 74-80 81-56

79


All-Time Scores 1/11/95 1/14/95 1/16/95 1/19/95 1/22/95 1/25/95 1/28/95 1/30/95 2/4/95 2/9/95 2/11/95 2/16/95 2/19/95 2/22/95 2/25/95 3/1/95 3/9/95 3/10/95 3/11/95 3/16/95 3/18/95

Iowa State (A) L 66-79 Dayton (A) W 82-39 Detroit (A) W 71-60 Cincinnati (A) L 73-84 Marquette (H) W 81-73 Memphis (A) OT L 80-84 Cincinnati (H) W 75-68 Chicago State (H) W 112-71 UAB (A) L 54-70 Marquette (A) W 55-48 Memphis (H) W 68-52 Alcorn State (H) W 100-70 DePaul (A) L 64-66 Missouri State (A) W 62-49 Dayton (H) W 63-51 DePaul (H) W 77-61 Great Midwest Conference/Milwaukee Dayton (N) W 78-62 Marquette (A) W 73-56 Cincinnati (N) L 65-67 NCAA East Regional/Baltimore Minnesota (N) OT W 64-61 Wake Forest (N) L 59-64 Won 23, Lost 8 2350-1940 (8-4, GMW, Second)

11/24/95 11/26/95 12/2/95 12/5/95 12/9/95 12/11/95 12/16/95 12/18/95 12/27/95 12/30/95 1/3/96 1/7/96 1/13/96 1/17/96 1/20/96 1/22/96 1/24/96 1/27/96 1/30/96 2/7/96 2/12/96 2/14/96 2/19/96 2/21/96 2/25/96 2/28/96 3/2/96 3/6/96 3/7/96 3/13/96

United Airlines Tipoff Classic/Honolulu Louisiana State (N) W 79-70 Hawaii (A) L 66-72 Pennsylvania (H) W 58-51 Bradley (A) L 68-78 UMKC (A) 2OT W 82-74 Alcorn State (H) W 63-60 Southern Illinois (H) W 67-63 Sam Houston State (H) W 65-48 Chicago State (H) W 96-56 Missouri State (H) OT W 75-65 Louisville (H) L 63-67 Marquette (A) L 47-69 UAB (A) L 55-64 South Florida (H) W 69-56 DePaul (H) W 60-59 Murray State (H) W 74-68 Louisville (A) L 57-61 Charlotte (H) W 72-58 Memphis (A) L 63-80 Cincinnati (A) L 49-81 Florida Atlantic (H) W 65-55 Tulane (H) L 51-77 Cincinnati (H) L 64-69 UT Martin (H) W 91-65 Marquette (H) W 69-58 Southern Mississippi (A) L 46-62 DePaul (A) L 51-66 Conference USA /Memphis Southern Miss (N) W 61-44 Cincinnati (N) OT L 59-62 National Invitation Tournament Minnesota (A) L 52-68 Won 16, Lost 14 1937-1924 (4-10 C-USA, Ninth)

11/20/96 11/22/96 12/4/96 12/7/96 12/9/96 12/14/96

Ark.-Little Rock (H) Indiana (A) Southern Illinois (H) UMKC (H) Alcorn St. (H) Furman (H)

80

1995-96

1996-97

W L L L W W

63-57 54-70 38-67 53-74 85-45 63-43

12/15/96 12/18/96 12/21/96 12/23/96 12/31/96 1/5/97 1/11/97 1/13/97 1/18/97 1/20/97 1/22/97 1/25/97 1/29/97 2/2/97 2/6/97 2/13/97 2/16/97 2/19/97 2/23/97 2/25/97 3/1/97 3/5/97 3/6/97

Missouri State (A) L 63-72 Murray State (H) W 61-54 Eastern Illinois (H) W 81-59 UCLA (H) L 57-64 Vanderbilt (A) L 61-81 Cincinnati (H) L 52-64 Charlotte (A) L 52-81 Southern Utah (H) W 56-52 Marquette (A) L 48-69 Maine (H) L 65-68 Tulane (A) L 45-59 Houston (H) W 56-51 UAB (H) L 45-62 Southern Miss (H) L 49-53 Louisville (A) W 64-62 Cincinnati (A) L 56-69 DePaul (H) W 56-45 Memphis (H) L 58-59 South Florida (A) L 62-65 Marquette (H) L 54-56 DePaul (A) W 68-54 Conference USA/St. Louis Southern Miss (H) W 69-61 Cincinnati (H) L 43-71 Won 11, Lost 18 1677-1787 (4-10 C-USA, Ninth)

11/15/97 11/18/97 11/22/97 11/29/97 12/3/97 12/6/97 12/13/97 12/17/97 12/20/97 12/24/97 12/25/97 12/26/97 1/3/98 1/7/98 1/11/98 1/15/98 1/17/98 1/20/98 1/24/98 1/26/98 1/31/98 2/4/98 2/7/98 2/12/98 2/15/98 2/19/98 2/21/98 2/25/98 2/28/98 3/4/98 3/5/98 3/13/98 3/15/98

Mary.-Eastern Shore (H) W 84-68 East Carolina (H) W 70-58 San Francisco (H) W 80-56 SIU-Carbondale (A) W 85-76 Vanderbilt (H) W 78-74 Illinois (H) W 57-51 UMKC (A) W 68-59 Ga. Southern (H) W 69-47 UCLA (A) L 67-73 Puerto Rico Holiday Classic/San Juan Syracuse (N) L 64-67 Iowa State (N) L 57-62 Arkansas (N) L 70-78 Memphis (H) L 62-68 Tulane (A) W 60-59 DePaul (A) W 64-61 Houston (H) W 67-47 UAB (H) W 77-60 Louisville (A) L 81-87 Marquette (A) W 71-62 Valparaiso (H) W 77-66 Louisville (H) W 64-55 Charlotte (H) W 83-80 South Florida (A) W 56-45 Cincinnati (H) L 43-70 DePaul (H) W 65-41 Southern Miss (A) W 58-55 Charlotte (A) L 62-76 Marquette (H) W 67-65 Cincinnati (A) L 58-61 Conference USA/Cincinnati Tulane (N) W 71-53 UAB (N) L 74-76 NCAA Regional/Atlanta Massachusetts (N) W 51-46 Kentucky (N) L 61-88 Won 22, Lost 11 2221-2090 (11-5 C-USA, Fourth)

11/13/98 11/20/98

Arkansas State (H) Illinois (A)

1997-98

1998-99

W L

63-60 65-70

11/23/98 11/27/98 11/28/98 11/29/98 12/5/98 12/12/98 12/15/98 12/20/98 12/23/98 12/28/98 1/2/99 1/6/99 1/9/99 1/14/99 1/16/99 1/20/99 1/23/99 1/28/99 1/30/99 2/3/99 2/6/99 2/8/99 2/11/99 2/14/99 2/18/99 2/20/99 2/27/99 3/3/99 3/4/99

San Francisco (A) L 53-61 Big Island Invitational/Hilo, Hawai’i Evansville (N) W 85-55 Washington (N) L 60-69 West Virginia (N) L 70-73 Grambling (H) W 73-62 Cal State Fullerton (H) W 80-46 Southern Illinois (A) L 58-70 Charlotte (H) W 63-58 Kansas (H) W 78-64 Kansas State (H) L 63-67 Missouri State (H) L 67-79 Louisville (A) L 70-93 Tulane (H) W 78-60 Houston (A) W 69-61 Marquette (A) L 51-60 South Florida (H) W 69-60 Cincinnati (A) L 44-55 Louisville (H) W 62-52 Marquette (H) OT W 48-46 Southern Miss (H) W 68-60 Charlotte (A) OT L 68-70 Murray State (H) W 62-51 DePaul (A) L 67-76 Cincinnati (H) W 69-57 Memphis (A) L 89-92 DePaul (H) L 55-64 UAB (A) L 57-62 Conference USA/Birmingham, Ala. Marquette (N) W 59-52 Louisville (N) L 61-70 Won 15, Lost 16 2024-1975 (8-8 C-USA, Sixth)

Lorenzo Romar 51-44 (.537) 3 Seasons 11/13/99 11/14/99 11/21/99 11/27/99 12/1/99 12/4/99 12/12/99 12/16/99 12/19/99 12/23/99 12/30/99 1/2/00 1/5/00 1/8/00 1/11/00 1/15/00 1/22/00 1/26/00 1/29/00 2/5/00 2/9/00

1999-2000

Air Force (H) Alabama (H) UNC Asheville (H) Louisiana Tech (H) Kansas State (A) SW Texas State (H) Missouri (H) Cincinnati (H) UMKC (H) Dayton (A) Kansas (N) Missouri State (A) Marquette (A) Memphis (H) Southern Illinois (H) Charlotte (A) DePaul (A) (OT) Marquette (H) Louisville (H) South Florida (A) UAB (H)

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

78-70 78-70 84-72 60-68 68-69 76-52 75-72 64-79 66-64 83-74 60-71 62-71 38-56 75-67 76-64 51-72 75-69 67-52 52-48 55-58 78-61

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All-Time Scores 2/13/00 2/16/00 2/19/00 2/23/00 2/26/00 3/1/00 3/4/00 3/8/00 3/9/00 3/10/00 3/11/00 3/16/00

Houston (H) W 82-70 Southern Miss (A) L 48-71 Tulane (A) L 58-62 Louisville (A) L 56-68 DePaul (H) L 54-55 Charlotte (H) W 72-63 Cincinnati (A) L 41-84 Conference USA / Memphis Southern Miss (N) W 59-51 Cincinnati (N) W 68-58 Tulane (N) W 64-46 DePaul (N) W 56-49 NCAA Regional/Cleveland Utah NCAA (N) L 45-48 Won 19, Lost 14 2124-2104 (7-9 C-USA, Tie Seventh) C-USA Tournament Champions

11/18/00 11/21/00 11/25/00 11/29/00 12/2/00 12/5/00 12/9/00 12/16/00 12/19/00 12/23/00 12/27/00 12/29/00 12/30/00 1/3/01 1/5/01 1/13/01 1/18/01 1/20/01 1/24/01 1/31/01 2/3/01 2/11/01 2/14/01 2/17/01 2/19/01 2/21/01 2/25/01 2/28/01 3/3/01 3/7/01 3/8/01

Illinois-Chicago (H) W 60-57 Southern Illinois (A) L 72-82 East Carolina (H) W 90-54 California (H) W 88-66 Idaho (H) W 80-41 Washington (A) W 69-61 Missouri (A) L 73-77 Dayton (H) L 73-76 DePaul (A) L 43-68 Missouri State (H) W 80-70 Rainbow Classic/Honolulu, Hawai’i Texas A&M (N) W 72-60 Hawai’i (A) L 67-75 Iowa (N) L 56-68 St. Bonaventure (H) W 76-63 Louisville (H) W 71-61 Charlotte (A) W 69-56 Memphis (A) (OT) L 63-72 Cincinnati (H) (OT) W 71-62 Marquette (H) L 64-73 DePaul (H) L 68-86 Louisville (A) W 72-51 Marquette (A) L 69-75 South Florida (H) W 82-71 Southern Miss (H) L 67-69 Houston (A) L 51-71 Cincinnati (A) L 61-68 Charlotte (H) W 85-70 Tulane (H) W 76-66 UAB (A) W 73-48 Conference USA/Louisville Houston (N) C-USA W 78-65 Southern Miss (N) C-USA L 54-63 Won 17, Lost 14 2173-2045 (8-8 C-USA seventh)

11/19/01 11/22/01 11/23/01 11/24/01 11/30/01 12/3/01 12/6/01 12/9/01 12/15/01 12/19/01 12/22/01 12/29/01 1/2/02

Las Vegas Invitational Southern Illinois (H) Hartford (N) Iowa State (N) Georgia Tech (N) UALR (H) Missouri (H) California (A) Denver (H) Southeast Missouri (H) Furman (H) Dayton (A) Washington (A) Southwest Missouri (A)

2000-01

2001-02

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

64-69 85-52 72-77 67-54 58-61 67-69 63-88 63-49 88-62 73-59 63-69 71-70 50-53

1/5/02 1/8/02 1/12/02 1/15/02 1/19/02 1/22/02 1/26/02 1/29/02 2/2/02 2/5/02 2/9/02 2/12/02 2/16/02 2/19/02 2/22/02 2/26/02 3/2/02 3/6/02

Houston (H) W 67-64 DePaul (H) W 92-74 Marquette (A) L 53-61 Charlotte (A) L 49-77 East Carolina (H) W 85-72 Cincinnati (H) L 50-54 Marquette (H) L 38-55 Southern Miss (A) L 46-67 East Carolina (A) L 63-69 Louisville (A) W 67-64 Charlotte (H) W 73-54 Cincinnatti (A) L 53-67 Georgia Tech (A) L 40-60 UAB (H) W 53-47 Louisville (H) W 56-50 DePaul (A) W 72-63 Tulane (A) W 67-59 Conference USA/Cincinnati Tulane (N) C-USA L 47-50 Won 17, Lost 14 2173-2045 (9-7 C-USA, fifth)

Brad Soderberg 80-74 (.519) 5 Seasons 11/22/02 11/26/02 11/30/02 12/3/02 12/7/02 12/14/02 12/18/02 12/21/02 12/28/02 1/2/03 1/4/03 1/7/03 1/11/03 1/15/03 1/18/03 1/25/03 1/29/03 2/1/03 2/5/03 2/8/03 2/12/03 2/15/03 2/18/03 2/22/03 3/1/03 3/5/03 3/8/03 3/13/03 3/14/03 3/19/03

2002-03

UT Martin (H) L 58-63 Missouri State (H) (OT) L 64-72 St. Bonaventure (N) W 56-54 Arizona (A) L 58-91 Texas-Pan American (H) W 57-42 Dayton (H) W 63-55 Grambling State (H) W 83-54 Butler (A) L 46-68 Southern Illinois (H) W 71-60 Kansas State (A) L 48-65 West Virginia (H) W 75-45 Marquette (H) L 54-60 Louisville (A) L 54-73 Cincinnati (H) L 56-66 Houston (A) L 59-72 Memphis (H) W 69-66 Charlotte (A) L 55-62 DePaul (H) W 65-57 Marquette (A) L 64-68 South Florida (A) L 64-71 Louisville (H) W 59-58 East Carolina (H) W 56-42 Cincinnati (A) W 58-55 DePaul (A) W 62-61 Tulane (H) (OT) W 76-74 Charlotte (H) W 50-39 East Carolina (A) W 58-48 Conference USA/Louisville, Ky. Southern Miss (N) W 69-56 UAB (N) L 62-63 National Invitation Tournament Minnesota (H) L 52-62 Won 16, Lost 14 1821-1822 (9-7 C-USA, fourth)

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2003-04

11/21/03 11/24/03 11/29/03 12/2/03 12/6/03 12/13/03 12/17/03 12/20/03 12/27/03 12/31/03 1/3/04 1/7/04 1/10/04 1/13/04 1/17/04 1/24/04 1/28/04 1/31/04 2/7/04 2/11/04 2/14/04 2/18/04 2/21/04 2/25/04 2/28/04 3/3/04 3/5/04 3/10/04 3/11/04 3/12/04 3/16/04 3/22/04

Eastern Kentucky (H) W 64-58 Savannah State (H) W 73-33 North Carolina A&T (H) W 75-42 West Virginia (N) L 57-66 Arizona (H) L 67-68 Georgia Tech (A) L 62-75 Grambling (H) W 73-35 Missouri State (A) L 59-70 Butler (H) W 72-54 Dayton (A) W 60-49 Kansas State (H) W 65-64 TCU (A) W 60-50 Marquette (A) L 59-61 Southern Miss (H) W 56-55 USF (H) W 70-52 East Carolina (H) W 70-47 Charlotte (A) L 62-68 UAB (A) L 52-72 Memphis (A) L 54-63 DePaul (H) L 68-70 Charlotte (H) W 46-45 Marquette (H) W 58-54 DePaul (A) W 69-62 Cincinnati (A) L 52-77 Tulane (A) W 76-65 Louisville (H) L 48-75 Houston (H) (OT) W 72-69 Conference USA/Cincinnati, Ohio Southern Miss (N) W 52-46 Memphis (N) W 72-61 Cincinnati (A) L 46-66 National Invitation Tournament Iowa (H) W 70-69 in St. Charles, Mo. Notre Dame (N) L 66-77 in Ft. Wayne, Ind. Won 19, Lost 13 2005-1918 (9-7 C-USA, Tie sixth)

11/19/04 11/21/04 11/22/04 11/27/04 12/4/04 12/7/04 12/11/04 12/15/04 12/18/04 12/21/04 12/29/04 12/31/04 1/5/05 1/7/05 1/15/05 1/19/05 1/22/05 1/26/05 1/29/05 2/2/05 2/6/05 2/9/05 2/12/05 2/16/05 2/20/05 2/23/05 2/26/05 3/2/05

Paradise Jam / U.S. Virgin Islands Austin Peay (N) (OT) L 45-52 Eastern Michigan (N) L 58-61 Troy (N) W 63-55 Oral Roberts (H) L 54-55 Hawaii (H) L 52-53 UW-Milwaukee (H) L 47-57 Gonzaga (A) L 45-75 Oakland (H) W 69-59 Dayton (H) L 54-62 Southern Illinois (A) L 41-67 Southeast Mo. State (H) L 49-65 Iowa (A) L 58-67 Tulane (H) W 57-41 Cincinnati (H) L 53-69 Charlotte (A) L 59-65 Southern Miss (A) W 65-63 TCU (H) W 56-48 East Carolina (A) L 53-60 Marquette (H) (2OT) L 51-55 Houston (A) L 43-63 DePaul (H) L 53-56 USF (A) W 55-47 Charlotte (H) (OT) L 78-83 IPFW (H) W 78-66 Louisville (A) L 66-84 UAB (H) L 62-64 DePaul (A) L 49-53 Memphis (H) W 70-61

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Marquette (A) W 51-39 Conference USA/Memphis Memphis (A) L 59-79 Won 9, Lost 21 1693-1824 (6-10 C-USA, 10th)

11/22/05 11/26/05 11/30/05 12/3/05 12/5/05 12/7/05 12/10/05 12/13/05 12/17/05 12/22/05 12/28/05 12/30/05 1/3/06 1/11/06 1/14/06 1/18/06 1/22/06 1/25/06 1/28/06 2/1/06 2/5/06 2/11/06 2/15/06 2/18/06 2/22/06 2/25/06 3/1/06 3/4/06 3/9/06

Eastern Illinois (H) W 69-45 (in St. Charles, Mo.) Hawaii (A) L 64-82 Southern Illinois (H) W 56-42 UW-Milwaukee (A) L 71-82 Jackson State (H) W 69-53 North Carolina (A) L 63-75 Oakland (A) W 66-59 Mississippi (A) L 64-77 Kennesaw State (H) W 74-60 Gonzaga (H) L 57-60 Chicago State (H) W 58-52 Iowa (H) L 50-60 St. Bonaventure (H) W 60-58 George Washington (OT) (A) L 64-69 Massachusetts (H) W 50-48 (in St. Charles, Mo.) Richmond (A) L 54-65 Xavier (A) W 59-54 Saint Joseph’s (H) L 39-54 Fordham (H) W 64-54 Rhode Island (A) W 58-53 Xavier (H) W 61-47 Dayton (A) L 44-46 Duquesne (A) W 70-57 Temple (H) W 56-51 Rhode Island (H) W 73-62 Charlotte (A) W 77-74 Dayton (OT) (H) L 70-72 La Salle (A) L 52-62 A-10 Tournament/Cincinnati, Ohio Saint Joseph’s (N) L 37-56 Won 16, Lost 13 1749-1729 (10-6 A-10, t-3rd)

11/11/06 11/17/06 11/18/06 11/19/06 11/25/06 11/29/06 12/2/06 12/9/06 12/12/06 12/16/06 12/18/06 12/22/06 12/30/06 1/3/07 1/6/07 1/10/07 1/13/07 1/17/07 1/20/07 1/25/07 1/29/07 2/1/07 2/3/07 2/7/07 2/14/07 2/17/07

Quincy (H) W 79-55 Shelby Metcalf Classic/College Station, Texas Louisiana Tech (N) W 87-65 Lamar (N) W 82-69 Texas A&M (A) L 33-69 Houston (H) W 81-78 Loyola Chicago (A) W 67-64 Southern Illinois (A) L 56-65 Western Illinois (H) W 71-61 Pacific (A) W 67-60 UT Martin (H) W 77-53 Missouri State (H) W 51-50 North Carolina (H) L 48-69 Mississippi (H) W 59-56 St. Bonaventure (A) L 69-74 Duquesne (H) L 63-73 Rhode Island (H) W 62-58 Xavier (H) W 76-65 Temple (A) L 79-85 Fordham (A) L 68-77 Charlotte (H) W 76-63 Houston (A) L 58-59 Saint Joseph’s (A) W 73-62 George Washington (H) W 63-53 Xavier (A) L 57-76 Rhode Island (A) L 67-83 La Salle (H) W 59-55

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2006-07

2/21/07 2/24/07 2/28/07 3/3/07 3/7/07 3/8/07 3/9/07

Dayton (H) W 66-56 Massachusetts (A) L 53-50 Richmond (H) W 78-69 Dayton (2OT) (A) L 64-65 A-10 Tournament/Atlantic City, N.J. Duquesne (N) W 78-77 Massachusetts (OT) (N) W 74-71 George Washington (N) L 40-60 Won 20, Lost 13 (8-8 A-10, t-7th)

Rick Majerus 57-42 (.576) 3 Seasons 2007-08

11/9/07 11/10/07 11/11/07 11/14/07 11/17/07 11/21/07 11/24/07 11/28/07 12/1/07 12/4/07 12/8/07 12/15/07 12/19/07 12/29/07 1/10/08 1/12/08 1/17/08 1/20/08 1/26/08 1/30/08 2/2/08 2/7/08 2/10/08 2/13/08 2/17/08 2/20/08 2/23/08 2/28/08 3/1/08 3/8/08 3/12/08

Hispanic College Fund Classic/Pittsburgh North Carolina A&T (N) W 54-43 Houston Baptist (N) W 91-56 Pittsburgh (A) L 58-69 Detroit (H) W 66-58 Furman (H) W 83-69 Missouri State (A) L 56-60 Pacific (H) W 63-54 Kent State (A) L 40-81 Long Beach State (H) W 52-48 Boston College (A) L 39-61 Sam Houston State (H) L 53-61 Southern Illinois (H) W 56-51 Loyola Chicago (H) W 60-43 IUPUI (H) W 66-57 George Washington (A) L 20-49 Dayton (OT) (H) L 57-68 Rhode Island (H) W 68-61 Temple (OT) (H) L 53-54 La Salle (A) W 81-74 Dayton (A) L 36-63 Massachusetts (H) W 71-59 Xavier (H) L 68-70 Richmond (A) W 64-55 George Washington (H) W 63-38 Massachusetts (A) L 77-88 Fordham (OT) (H) W 69-65 Charlotte (A) L 64-81 Saint Joseph’s (A) W 64-55 St. Bonaventure (H) L 50-70 Duquesne (A) L 58-85 A-10 Tournament/Atlantic City, N.J. Dayton (OT) (N) L 62-63 Won 16, Lost 15 (7-9 A-10, t-9th)

11/14/08 11/19/08 11/22/08 11/25/08 11/29/08 12/2/08 12/6/08

Missouri-St. Louis (H) Kent State (OT) (H) Boston College (H) Nebraska (A) Detroit (A) Southern Illinois (A) Savannah State (H)

2008-09

W L W L L L W

48-33 74-76 53-50 57-71 57-62 48-64 55-37

12/13/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/22/08 12/23/08 12/30/08 1/2/09 1/8/09 1/14/09 1/17/09 1/22/09 1/25/09 1/29/09 1/31/09 2/4/09 2/8/09 2/11/09 2/14/09 2/18/09 2/21/09 2/25/09 3/4/09 3/7/09 3/11/09 3/12/09

Samford (H) W 70-49 USC Upstate (H) W 55-38 Liberty (H) W 73-70 Las Vegas Classic/Las Vegas, Nev. DePaul (N) L 61-65 Fresno State (N) W 56-52 UMBC (H) W 81-60 North Carolina A&T (H) W 60-52 Xavier (A) L 44-70 Massachusetts (H) W 69-64 George Washington (H) W 63-59 Temple (A) L 40-65 Richmond (H) L 62-70 Dayton (A) L 46-47 Fordham (A) W 88-58 Duquesne (OT) (H) W 78-74 Richmond (3OT) (A) W 85-72 Charlotte (H) W 69-61 Rhode Island (A) L 61-69 Saint Joseph’s (H) W 73-71 Dayton (H) W 57-49 St. Bonaventure (A) L 55-72 Duquesne (A) L 68-70 La Salle (H) L 62-68 A-10 Tournament/Atlantic City, N.J. La Salle (OT) (N) W 62-60 Xavier (N) L 47-66 Won 18, Lost 14 (8-8 A-10, 9th)

11/14/09 11/18/09 11/22/09 11/24/09 11/27/09 11/28/09 12/2/09 12/5/09 12/12/09 12/16/09 12/19/09 12/22/09 12/29/09 1/2/10 1/9/10 1/13/10 1/17/10 1/20/10 1/27/10 1/30/10 2/3/10 2/6/10 2/9/10 2/13/10 2/17/10 2/21/10 2/24/10 2/27/10 3/3/10 3/6/10 3/12/10 3/16/10 3/22/10 3/24/10 3/29/10 3/31/10

Southeast Missouri St (H) W 59-41 Nebraska (H) W 69-55 Kennesaw State (H) W 76-66 Mississippi Valley St (H) W 75-39 Iowa State (N) L 54-65 Notre Dame (N) L 52-64 Georgia (A) L 56-64 Southern Illiinois (H) W 71-61 Rockhurst (H) W 66-53 Belmont (H) W 75-67 Missouri State (H) L 63-73 UMKC (H) W 61-54 Eastern Illinois (H) W 60-42 Bowling Green (A) L 50-59 Richmond (H) W 63-58 Duquesne (2OT) (A) W 79-75 Charlotte (OT) (A) L 61-63 Fordham (H) W 75-48 George Washington (OT) L 62-67 Richmond (A) L 36-62 St. Bonaventure (H) W 67-65 La Salle (A) W 68-65 Saint Joseph’s (A) W 56-52 Dayton (2OT) (H) W 68-65 Rhode Island (H) W 62-57 Massachusetts (A) W 69-56 Xavier (H) L 71-73 Duquesne (H) W 69-59 Temple (H) L 51-57 Dayton (A) W 71-66 A-10 Tournament/Atlantic City, N.J. Rhode Island (N) L 47-63 CBI Tournament Indiana State (H) W 63-54 Green Bay (2OT) (H) W 68-62 Princeton (H) W 69-59 VCU (A) L 56-68 VCU (H) L 65-71 Won 23, Lost 13 (11-5 A-10, fourth)

2009-10

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NCAA Booster Guidelines Saint Louis University deeply appreciates your financial support and volunteer hours, all of which enhance our athletic program. Your support greatly benefits the men and women student-athletes who participate on the University’s 18 intercollegiate programs. However, your assistance is needed in another area. Saint Louis must carefully control and monitor the involvement of persons inside and outside the University in the recruitment of prospective student-athletes as well as their involvement with current student-athletes. According to NCAA Rules and Regulations, an “athletics representative” is: A) A Saint Louis University athletic booster club member or season ticket holder. B) A person who assists or has been requested to assist in the recruitment of prospective student-athletes by Saint Louis University’s executive/athletic administration. C) A person who assists or has been requested to assist with present student-athletes by Saint Louis University’s executive/athletic administration. Once an individual is identified as an “athletics representative,” the person retains that identity indefinitely. The NCAA has rules and regulations governing the behavior of such representatives with regard to prospective/current studentathletes. Any violation(s) of those rules and regulations by an “athletics representative” could result in sanctions for the Saint Louis University department of intercollegiate athletics and/or its student athlete(s). In an effort to ensure that the institution you support is in compliance with NCAA regulations, included here are some helpful “DO NOTS.” CONTACTS WITH CURRENTLY ENROLLED STUDENT-ATHLETES DO NOT provide a student-athlete, their relatives or friends any benefit or special arrangement (e.g., use of an automobile, promise employment after graduation, discounted prices or free cost for services or products). The NCAA considers these “extra benefits,” and they are specifically prohibited. DO NOT provide payment of expenses (e.g., room, board, transportation) for friends or relatives to visit the student-athletes where they are enrolled. DO NOT expend funds to entertain student-athletes, their friends or relatives. DO NOT use the name or picture of an enrolled studentathlete to directly advertise, recommend or promote sales or the use of a commercial product or service of any kind. Even the SALE of a picture of an enrolled student-athlete would jeopardize the student’s eligibility. DO NOT provide any payment of expense or loan of any automobile for a student-athlete to return home or to any other location for ANY reason.

DO NOT provide awards or gifts to student-athletes for their athletic performance. All awards must conform to NCAA regulations and must be approved by the institution. CONTACTS WITH HIGH SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT-ATHLETES DO NOT make any contact with a prospect or the prospect’s family on or off campus. If a coach has a prospect at an athletic event, you should not approach the coach until the prospect and his or her family have gone elsewhere. If you are approached by a prospect off-campus regarding the institution’s athletics program, suggest that the prospect contact the institution for information. DO NOT become directly or indirectly involved in making arrangements for a prospect, the prospect’s relatives or friends to receive money or financial aid of any kind. DO NOT transport, pay or arrange for payment of transportation costs for a prospect or the prospect’s relatives or friends to visit campus or elsewhere. DO NOT provide room and/ or board, transportation of any kind or any other benefit to a prospect during the summer prior to enrollment. DO NOT provide ANYTHING to or for a prospect, or the prospect’s relatives or friends, without first checking with the institution’s athletics department. DO NOT provide tickets, transportation or entertainment for high school, prep school, AAU or community college COACHES at ANY location. DO NOT contact an enrolled student-athlete at another institution for the purpose of encouraging him/ her to transfer and participate in another institution’s athletics program. EMPLOYMENT OF PROSPECTIVE AND ENROLLED STUDENTATHLETES DO NOT employ or arrange for the employment of a prospect or enrolled student-athlete without checking first with the department of athletics. DO NOT provide transportation for prospects or studentathletes whom you employ unless transportation is provided for all other employees. DO NOT provide student-athletes with employment during the academic year without contacting the department of athletics. ASK BEFORE YOU ACT Please call the compliance office at (314) 977-3265 if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you for your support!

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Abdur Rahiim Al Matiim (Inkster, Mich./Inkster HS) 1984, 85 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3F-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Av 1983-84 27 71-144 .493 30-55 .545 1984-85 28 90-166 .542 32-47 .681 127/4.5 Career 55 161-310 .519 62-102 .608

A 25 13 38

BL S 44 4 46 8 90 12

Pts/Avg 172/6.4 212/7.6 384/7.0

Randy Albrecht (Sparta,Ill./Sparta HS) 1964, 65, 66 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1963-64 14 6-12 .500 5-9 1964-65 26 20-49 .408 15-24 1965-66 13 4-10 .400 7-9 Career 53 30-71 .423 27-42

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .556 .625 .778 .643

Pts/Avg 17/1.2 55/2.1 15/1.2 87/1.6

Harold Alcorn (St. Louis, Mo./McKinley HS) 1955, 56, 57 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1954-55 11 20-40 .500 23-30 1955-56 25 105 73-98 1956-57 28 180-414 .435 204-245 Career 64 305 300-373

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .767 31/2.8 .745 .833 115/4.1 .804

Pts/Avg 63/5.7 283/11.3 564/20.1 910/14.2

Mark Alcorn (St. Louis, Mo./DeSmet HS) 1978 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1977-78 27 74-194 .381 42-53 .792 46/1.7

Pts/Avg 190/7.0

Sekeue Barentine (Texarkana, Texas/Texas HS) 1995, 96, 97 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. 1994-95 29 16-39 .410 23-26 .885 1995-96 15 2-10 .200 3-4 .750 1996-97 29 38-62 .613 23-48 .479 Career 73 56-111 .505 49-78 .628 Gene Barry 1940, 41 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1939-40 16 9 1940-41 17 15 1944-45 4 13 Career 37 37

Reb/Avg 44/1.5 17/1.1 84/2.9 145/2.0

A 5 3 8 16

BL S 2 11 0 3 7 14 9 28

Pts/Avg 55/1.9 1/0.1 99/3.4 155/2.1

FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 8 8-15 .533 5-0 21

Pts/Avg 26/1.6 38/2.2 31/7.8 95/2.6

Bart Basola (Collinsville, Ill./Collinsville HS) 1960, 61, 62

Carl J. Althaus 1916 Darryl Anderson (St. Louis, Mo./Northwest HS) 1981—84 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1980-81 25 102-211 0.483 37-54 0.685 1981-82 27 55-146 0.377 30-40 0.750 1982-83 28 119-266 0.447 64-93 0.688 1983-84 24 30-67 0.448 12-15 0.800 Career 104 306-690 .443 143-202 .708

S 19 7 22 5 53

Willie Becton (Memphis, Tenn./Douglas HS) 1981, 82 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1980-81 27 165-356 .463 46-62 1981-82 26 145-326 .445 27-39 Career 53 310-682 .455 73-101

BL S 11 16 10 26 21 42

Pts/Avg 376/13.9 317/12.2 693/13.1

Pct. Reb/Avg .742 .692 .723

A 27 42 69

Julian Bemko 1945, 46 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1944-45 7 2 1945-46 9 2 Career 16 4

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 3 0 3

Pts/Avg 7/1.0 4/0.4 11/0.7

A BL S 13

Pts/Avg 10/0.7

Bob Bennett (South Amboy, N.J.) 1954, 55 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1953-54 12 3-15 .200 9-12 .750 9/0.8 1954-55 20 19-39 .487 12-16 .750 21/1.1 Career 32 22-54 .407 21-28 .750 30/0.9

Pts/Avg 15/1.3 50/2.5 65/2.0

A BL S 0 1 1

Pts/Avg 27/1.6 47/3.4 74/2.4

Edgar Atkins (Memphis, Tenn./Hamilton HS) 1979 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1978-79 5 1-2 .500 0-1

Robert Berigan (Atkinson, Neb./St. Joseph’s HS) 1950, 51 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1949-50 8 6-11 .545 0-6 .000 1950-51 5 1-3 .333 2-2 1.00 Career 13 7-14 .500 2-8 .250

Pts/Avg 12/1.5 4/0.8 16/1.2

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .000

Pts/Avg 2/0.4

Keith Aune (St. Louis, Mo./Bayless HS) 1951 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1950-51 9 2-4 .500

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .000

Pts/Avg 4/0.4

Eric Bickel (St. Louis, Mo./Ritenour HS) 1992, 93 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1991-92 23 12-25 .480 1992-93 23 16-28 .571 Career 46 28-53 .528

S 4 2 6

Pts/Avg 28/1.2 48/2.1 76/1.7

Jeramy Biles (Charleston, Mo./Charleston HS) 1997 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1996-97 29 67-213 .315 26-92 .283 54-83 .651 75/2.6 58 0 42

Pts/Avg 214/7.4

Pierre Blaine (St. Louis, Mo./Sumner HS) 1974, 75, 76 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1973-74 4 2-6 .333 1-3 .333 2 1974-75 3 2-5 .400 5-7 .714 1975-76 4 2-3 .667 Career 11 6-14 .429

Pts/Avg 5/1.3 9/3.0 4/1.0 11/1.0

Robert Bohn (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1935, 36, 37 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1934-35 15 22 1936-37 21 52 Career 36 74

Pts/Avg 50/3.3 141/6.7 191/5.3

FT-A 0-2

BL 31 10 32 3 76

Pts/Avg 65/3.3 332/13.3 294/10.9 691/9.6

Pts/Avg 241/9.6 140/5.2 300/10.7 72/3.0 753/7.2

Oliver Anderson (St. Louis, Mo./McBride HS) 1928, 29, 30 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg 1929-30 15 3 4 Arnold Arenz 1932, 33, 34 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg 1931-32 17 11 5 1933-34 14 19 9 Career 31 30 14

A 4 17 28 9 58

Gil Beckemeier (St. Louis, Mo./Roosevelt HS) 1963, 64, 65 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1962-63 20 30-78 .385 5-21 .238 1963-64 25 144-324 .444 44-81 .543 1964-65 27 127-280 .454 40-84 .476 Career 72 301-682 .441 89-186 .478

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Don Bandle (St. Louis, Mo./Christian Brothers College HS) 1940, 41, 42 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1939-40 18 20 16 1940-41 17 31 26-48 .542 1941-42 20 55 47 Career 55 106 89

Pts/Avg 56/4.2 88/5.2 157/7.9 301/5.5

Matt Baniak (St. Louis, Mo./DeSmet HS)1998-01 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1997-98 33 116-216 .537 54-85 1998-99 31 66-137 .482 31-44 1999-00 31 65-119 .546 0-2 .000 39-52 2000-01 31 89-176 .506 10-15 .667 41-53 Career 126 336-648 .519 10-17 .588 165-234

Pts/Avg 286/8.7 163/5.3 169/5.5 229/7.4 847/6.7

Pct. .635 .705 .750 .774 .705

Reb/Avg 166/5.0 113/3.6 111/3.6 118/3.8 508/4.0

A 25 17 20 10 72

BL 32 19 23 13 87

S 22 18 19 28 87

FT-A 4-9 16-22 20-31

Pct. .444 .727 .645

Reb/Avg 37/1.6 34/1.5 71/1.5

A BL 2 9 6 6 8 15

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 6 37 43

John Bolton (St. Louis, Mo./Ritenour HS.) 1982

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Alumni Anthony Bonner (St. Louis, Mo./Vashon HS) 1987-90 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1986-87 35 138-233 .592 84-127 1987-88 28 154-287 .537 77-129 1988-89 37 228-407 .560 117-201 1989-90 33 254-508 .500 4-12 .333 142-205 Career 133 774-1435 .539 4-12 .333 420-663

Pct. Reb/Avg .661 337/9.6 .597 245/8.8 .582 376/10.2 .692 462/14.0 .634 1420/10.7

A 46 32 92 98 268

BL 12 18 31 11 7 2

S 32 32 58 70 192

Tom Book (New Baden, Ill./Aviston Community HS) 1960, 61, 62 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1961-62 24 45-114 .395 13-31 .419

Pts/Avg 360/10.3 385/13.8 573/15.5 654/19.8 1973/14.8

Pts/Avg 130/5.4

David Bost 1922

Danny Brown (Houston, Texas/Alief Elsik HS) 2005-08 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT 2004-05 30 46-135 .341 13-40 .325 39-51 2005-06 29 46-131 .351 23-68 .338 22-33 2006-07 33 58-150 .387 29-88 .330 14-20 2007-08 24 54-112 .482 25-51 .490 35-48 Career 116 204-528 .386 90-247 .364 110-152 Ford Brown 1929 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1929-30 4 3

S 18 10 15 7 50

Pts/Avg 144/4.8 137/4.7 159/4.8 168/7.0 608/5.2

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 2

Pts/Avg 8/2.0

James Brown (St. Louis, Mo../Sumner HS) 1972, 73, 74 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1971-72 5 1-3 .333 2-5 1972-73 3 15-43 .349 3-9 1973-74 13 18-50 .360 8-14 Career 21 34-96 .354 13-28

Pct. .765 .667 .700 .729 .724

Reb/Avg 72/2.4 57/2.0 70/2.1 69/2.9 268/2.3

BL 4 7 9 8 28

A BL S 1 7 20 28

Pts/Avg 4/0.8 33/11.0 44/3.4 81/3.9

Reb/Avg 192/6.2 192/6.4 384/6.3

A 11 14 25

BL S 27 17 28 23 55 40

Pts/Avg 217/7.0 201/6.7 418/6.9

Vernon Bradburn (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1924, 25, 26

Tony Brown (St. Petersburg, Fla./Northeast HS) 1985—88 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1984-85 24 55-119 .462 76-106 .717 104/4.3 1985-86 29 41-76 .539 73-103 .709 1986-87 35 41-84 .488 2-2 1.00 81-106 .764 108/3.1 1987-88 28 90-161 .559 4-13 .308 87-106 .821 122/4.4 Career 116 227-440 .516 6-15 .400 317-421 .753

A 24 10 16 28 78

BL S 2 11 1 6 5 6 1 18 9 41

Pts/Avg 186/7.8 155/5.3 165/4.7 275/9.8 781/6.7

William Bradburn (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1924, 25, 26

Bill Brown (Harrisburg, Ill./Harrisburg HS) 1951

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 3

Pts/Avg 11/1.6

Dick Boushka (Prairie du Chien, Wis./Campion HS) 1952—55 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. 1951-52 2 2-11 .182 5-6 .833 1952-53 27 178-423 .421 148-192 .771 1953-54 18 139-306 .454 108-151 .715 1954-55 28 200-468 .427 149-207 .720 Career 75 519-1208 .430 410-556 .737

Reb/Avg A BL S Pts/Avg 4/2.0 9/4.5 178/6.6 504/18.7 153/8.5 386/21.4 350/12.5 549/19.6 685/9.1 1448/19.3

Charley Boyd (Farmington, Mo./St. Joseph’s HS) 1967, 68, 69 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1966-67 10 3-11 .273 6-8 .750 1967-68 19 12-39 .308 7-19 .368 40/2.2 1968-69 9 10-32 .313 10-17 .588 Career 38 25-82 .305 23-44 .523

Pts/Avg 12/1.2 31/1.6 66/7.3 109/2.9

Richard Boyd (Brooklyn, N.Y./Power Memorial Academy) 1959

Larry Bradford (Cape Girardeau, Mo./St. Mary’s HS) 1956, 57 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1955-56 6 2 0-2 .000 1956-57 6 2-4 .500 3-4 .750 3/0.5 Career 12 4 3-6 .500 Steve Brady (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1940, 41, 42 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1939-40 18 24 1940-41 11 2 1941-42 13 4 Career 42 30

FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 3 3-5 .600 5 11

Pts/Avg 4/0.7 7/1.2 11/0.9

Pts/Avg 51/2.8 7/0.6 13/1.0 71/1.7

Chris Braun (Waterloo, Ill./Gibault HS) 1999—2003 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1999-00 27 30-80 .375 6-11 .545 19-26 2000-01 31 79-158 .500 9-23 .391 21-33 2001-02 31 89-207 .430 12-34 .353 47-62 2002-03 29 39-93 .419 6-16 .375 15-20 Career 118 237-538 .441 33-84 .393 102-141

Pct. .731 .636 .758 .750 .723

Reb/Avg 79/2.9 113/3.6 132/4.3 61/2.1 385/3.3

A 5 6 12 6 29

BL 14 22 21 10 67

S 11 14 17 8 50

Pts/Avg 84/3.1 188/6.1 237/7.6 99/3.4 608/5.2

Don Braun (Hays, Kan./Thomas More Prep) 1989, 90 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1988-89 19 4-11 .364 4-8 1989-90 24 9-25 .360 0-1 .000 9-19 Career 43 13-36 .361 13-27

Pct. .500 .474 .481

Reb/Avg 15/0.8 52/2.2 67/1.64

A BL 2 2 1 8 3 10

S 2 6 8

Pts/Avg 12/0.6 27/1.1 39/0.9

Joe Brehmer (East St. Louis, Ill./Central Catholic HS) 1949 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1948-49 13 5-20 .250 10-12 .833

Pts/Avg 20/1.5

Howard Brimmer 1933 Dick Brooks (Springfield, Ill.) 1938, 39, 40 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1937-38 26 12 1938-39 21 15 1939-40 16 5 Career 63 32

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 4 9 4 17

Pts/Avg 28/1.5 39/1.9 14/0.9 81/1.3

Pct. Reb/Avg .400 .333 .571 .464

A 50 36 45 30 161

Kenny Brown (St. Louis, Mo./Hazelwood West HS) 2002, 03 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. 2001-02 31 89-190 .468 39-76 .513 2002-03 30 80-145 .552 41-100 .410 Career 61 169-335 .504 80-176 .455

Lou Broyles 1945 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1944-45 7 4

Jim Bryan (Florissant, Mo./McCluer HS) 1969, 70, 71 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1968-69 26 79-170 .465 48-71 1969-70 26 73-142 .514 69-95 1970-71 8 11-17 .647 10-11 Career 60 163-329 .495 127-177

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .676 .726 178/6.8 41 .909 .718

Pts/Avg 206/7.9 215/8.3 32/4.0 453/7.6

Reggie Bryant (Baltimore, Md./Calvert Hall HS) 2004, 05 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 2003-04 28 155-390 .397 66-180 .367 83-108 2004-05 24 97-267 .363 48-145 .331 50-60 Career 52 252-657 .384 114-325 .351 133-168

Pct. .769 .833 .792

Reb/Avg 109/3.9 76/3.2 185/3.6

A 54 45 99

BL S 7 19 0 8 7 27

Pts/Avg 459/16.4 292/12.2 751/14.4

Luther Burden (St. Louis, Mo./Beaumont HS) 1983, 84, 85 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1982-83 28 173-377 .459 87-109 1983-84 28 132-356 .371 103-120 1984-85 28 228-497 .459 93-104 Career 84 533-1230 .433 283-333

Pct. .798 .858 .894 .850

Reb/Avg 117/4.2 110/3.9 100/3.6 327/3.9

A 89 62 68 219

BL 2 5 0 7

George Burkel (St. Louis, Mo./Cleveland HS) 1958, 59, 60 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1957-58 26 54-114 .375 17-36 1958-59 26 117-252 .464 64-95 1959-60 27 123-270 .456 61-88

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .472 122/4.7 .672 201/7.7 .693

Pts/Avg 125/4.8 298/11.5 307/11.4

Cal Burnett (Davenport, Iowa/Davenport HS) 1957, 58, 59 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1956-57 28 83-223 .372 92-133 1957-58 22 36 21-30 1958-59 23 12-34 .353 15-24 Career 73 131 128-187

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .692 416/14.9 .700 .625 .684

Pts/Avg 258/9.2 93/4.2 39/1.7 390/5.3

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Alumni David Burns (Dallas, Texas/Oak Cliff HS) 1980, 81 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1979-80 27 172-336 .512 126-181 1980-81 27 227-392 .579 125-172 Career 54 399-728 .548 251-353 Don Burst 1945 Year GP 1944-45 5

FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 2

Pct. Reb/Avg .696 .727 .711

A BL S Pts/Avg 127 470/17.4 102 22 52 579/21.4 229 1049/19.4

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 5

Pts/Avg 9/1.8

Gene Buser (Pueblo, Colo./Catholic HS) 1956 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1955-56 2

Pts/Avg

Ed Butkovich (Canton, Ill./Canton HS) 1955 Melroy Butler (Buffalo, N.Y./Bishop Turner HS) 1986 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1984-85 11 5-17 .294 0-0 .000 25/0.9 2 1 1 1985-86 5 1-3 .333 1-2 .500 Career 16 6-20 .300

Pts/Av 10/0.9 3/0.6 13/0.8

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Donnie Campbell (Tucumcari, N.M./Tucumcari HS) 1994, 95 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. 1993-94 29 24-46 .522 11-21 .524 1994-95 31 31-69 .449 17-40 .425 Career 60 55-115 .478 28-61 .459

Reb/Avg 51/1.8 114/3.7 165/2.8

A 6 12 18

BL S 8 5 6 16 14 21

Pts/Av 59/2.0 76/2.5 135/2.3

Murray Cantwell 1920 Beryl Carlew (Miami, Okla.) 1939, 40 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1938-39 17 7 1939-40 15 5 1940-41 2 0 Career 34 12

FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 6 7 1-1 1.00 14

Pts/Av 20/1.2 17/1.1 1/0.5 38/1.1

Bob Clark (St. Louis, Mo./Roosevelt HS) 1963, 64 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1962-63 13 9-29 .310 1963-64 16 9-30 .300 Career 29 18-59 .305

FT-A 3-10 21-28 24-38

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .300 .750 .632

Pts/Avg 21/1.6 39/2.4 60/2.1

Darren Clarke (Minnetonka, Minn./Hopkins HS) 2004, 05 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 2003-04 16 11-32 .344 6-19 .316 6-11 2004-05 10 14-37 .378 3-14 .214 8-12 Careeer 26 25-69 .362 9-33 .272 14-23

Pct. .545 .667 .609

Reb/Avg 12/0.8 19/1.9 31/1.2

A 4 8 12

BL 1 1 2

S 3 6 9

Pts/Avg 34/2.1 39/3.9 73/2.8

Virgel Cobbin (Houston, Texas/Lamar HS) 1996—99 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1995-96 30 87-208 .418 57-135 .422 45-59 1996-97 28 80-230 .348 52-161 .323 20-29 1997-98 33 89-191 .466 56-132 .424 31-44 1998-99 31 109-252 .433 52-137 .380 64-76 Career 122 365-881 .414 217-565 .384 160-208

Pct. .763 .690 .705 .842 .769

Reb/Avg 83/2.8 48/1.7 73/2.2 77/2.5 281/2.3

A 25 29 35 54 143

BL 0 1 2 0 3

S Pts/Av 22 276/9.2 18 232/8.3 40 265/8.0 48 334/10.8 128 1107/9.1

Bill Cochran (East St. Louis, Ill./East St. Louis Senior HS) 1935, 38, 39 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1934-35 8 13 5 1937-38 28 57 16 1938-39 21 63 31 Career 57 133 52

Pts/Av 31/3.9 130/4.6 157/7.5 318/5.6

Bob Cochran (St. Louis, Mo./McBride HS) 1933, 34, 35 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1932-33 18 15 27 1933-34 18 52 41 1934-35 16 58 38 Career 52 125 106

Pts/Av 57/3.2 145/8.1 154/9.6 356/6.8

Denny Cochran (East St. Louis, Ill./East St. Louis HS) 1938 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1937-38 29 64 29 1938-39 16 28 12 Career 45 92 41

Pts/Av 157/5.4 68/4.3 225/5.0

Everne Carr (Orangeburg, S.C./Wilkinson HS) 1978, 79 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1977-78 27 115-261 .441 38-61 1978-79 25 92-190 .484 50-67 Career 52 207-451 .459 88-128

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .623 55/2.0 .746 0/0.0 .688 55/1.1

Pts/Av 268/9.9 234/9.4 502/9.7

Francis Cody 1933 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1932-33 8 3

Robert Carr (Paoli, Ind./Paoli HS) 1991 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1990-91 16 3-7 .429

FT-A 3-3

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1.00 5/0.3

Pts/Av 9/0.6

Jeff Coffey (St. Charles, Mo./St. Charles West) 2007 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 2006-07 10 2-3 .667 0-1 .000 4-7

Tom Carter (St. Louis, Mo./St. Mary’s HS) 1964, 65 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1963-64 14 10-32 .313 10-22 1964-65 23 38-78 .487 7-20 Career 37 48-110 .436 17-42

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .455 .350 2 .405

Pts/Av 30/2.1 83/3.6 113/3.1

Clay Cary (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1947, 48 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1946-47 4 1 1947-48 13 2-18 .111 1-2 .500 Career 17 3

Pts/Av 2/0.5 5/0.4 7/0.4

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL .571 0/0.0 1 0

S 1

Pts/Avg 7/0.9

Pts/Avg 8/0.8

Bill Cohlemeyer 1918

Jack Casey 1925, 26, 27 Tyrone Caswell (East St. Louis, Ill./East St. Louis HS) 1996, 97 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. 1995-96 29 37-67 .552 0-1 27-46 .587 1996-97 15 8-25 .320 8-18 .444 Career 44 45-92 .489 35-64 .547

Reb/Avg 63/2.2 29/1.9 92/2.1

Erwin Claggett (Venice, Ill./Venice HS) 1992—95 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1991-92 28 104-270 .385 34-103 .330 46-65 1992-93 28 187-418 .447 71-158 .449 107-129 1993-94 29 171-416 .411 87-209 .416 77-106 1994-95 31 195-456 .428 103-246 .419 71-88 Career 116 657-1560 .421 295-716 .412 301-388

Reb/Avg 64/2.3 107/3.8 93/3.2 95/3.1 359/3.1

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FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1

Pct. .708 .829 .726 .807 .776

A BL 6 5 3 3 9 8 A 54 105 107 81 347

BL 3 12 6 4 25

S 3 3 6 S 22 44 44 35 145

Pts/Av 101/3.5 24/1.6 125/2.8 Pts/Avg 288/10.3 552/19.7 506/17.4 564/18.2 1910/16.5

Bob Cole (St. Louis, Mo./DeAndreis HS) 1965, 66, 67 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1964-65 25 92-197 .467 63-94 1965-66 26 146-372 .392 72-134 1966-67 24 157-373 .421 91-143 Career 75 395-942 .419 226-371

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S Pts/Avg .670 247/9.9 .537 364/14.0 .636 405/16.9 .609 1016/13.5

Clarence Colin 1922 Joseph Connors (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1932, 34 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1931-32 15 7 1933-34 11 4 Career 26 11

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 3 1 4

Pts/Avg 17/1.1 9/0.8 26/1.0

John Cordia (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1947—50 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1946-47 19 7 17 1947-48 20 14-35 .400 3-9 .333 1948-49 19 15-48 .313 11-16 .688 1949-50 21 15-58 .259 10-18 .556 Career 79 41

Pts/Avg 31/1.6 31/1.6 41/2.2 40/1.9 143/1.8

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Alumni John Costello 1949 Year GP FG-A 1948-49 3 4-7

Pct. 3FG-A Pct. .571

FT-A 1-1

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1.00

Pts/Avg 9/3.0

Ruben Cotto (Alton, Ill./Alton HS) 2008-09 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 2008-09 7 9-27 .333 5-18 .278

FT-A 4-5

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL .800 7/1.0 7 0

Pts/Avg 27/3.9

Cotter 1918

Don Dee (Kansas City, Mo./Lillis HS) 1963, 64 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1962-63 25 78-209 .373 34-56 .607 1963-64 2 1-4 .250 5-5 1.00 Career 27 79-213 .371 39-61 .639 Earl Dee (Kansas City, Mo./Lillis HS) 1962

S 5

Jim Cowhey 1936

Pct. Reb/Avg .815 .628 .630 .697

Andre Craig (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 2008-09 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 2008-09 3 0-1 .000 0-0 ---

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL --- 3/1.0 0 0

FT-A 0-0

Robert Denvir (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1927 John Desloge 1935 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1934-35 4

Andre Craig (Birmingham, Ala./Olin HS) 1982, 83, 84 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1981-82 27 167-230 .726 53-65 1982-83 28 122-268 .455 54-86 1983-84 22 35-75 .467 17-27 Career 77 324-573 .565 124-178

A 23 9 9 41

BL S 13 18 7 13 8 5 28 36

Pts/Avg 267/9.9 298/10.6 87/4.0 652/8.5

Joe Devich (Butte, Mont./Central HS) 1952, 53 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1951-52 13 8-26 .308 7-15 .467 17/1.3 1952-53 3 1/0.3 Career 16 18/1.1

S 0

Pts/Avg 0

A BL S 0 25 19 44

Pts/Avg 6/2.0 99/5.0 43/2.5 148/3.7

Charles Cranford (Queens, N.Y./St. Thomas More HS) 1999 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1998-99 7 6-19 .316 0-1 .091 1-1 1.091 7/1.0 3

Pts/Avg 13/1.9

Jim Dilger (Indianapolis, Ind.)1943 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1942-43 6 3

Jim Cullen (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1946, 47 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1945-46 18 11 1946-47 10 1 Career 28 12

Pts/Avg 37/2.1 4/0.4 41/1.5

Quitman Dillard (Chicago, Ill./Westinghouse HS) 1991, 92 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. 1990-91 33 174-402 .433 37-91 .407 78-114 .684 1991-92 27 145-375 .387 31-97 .320 67-91 .736 Career 60 319-777 .411 68-188 .362 145-205 .707

Steve Craig (Belleville, Ill./Belleville West HS) 1973, 74, 75 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1972-73 3 2-5 .400 2-2 1.00 1973-74 20 36-81 .444 27-31 .871 1974-75 17 17-5 .327 9-13 .692 Career 40 55-138 .399 38-46 .826

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 15 2 17

Mike Cullen (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1931 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S Pts/Avg 1930-31 5 John Cuneen (Kansas City, Mo./Redemptorist HS) 1962 Chuck Currinder (St. Louis, Mo./Beaumont HS) 1954 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1953-54 12 3-13 .231 4-6

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .667 10/0.8

Pts/Avg 10/0.8

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .667

Pts/Avg 32/10.7

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Ron Dabney (Jersey, N.J./Dickinson, HS) 1969 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1968-69 3 13-29 .448 Jim Dailey (Joplin, Mo./Joplin HS) 1958, 59, 60 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1957-58 23 35 1958-59 26 56-140 .400 1959-60 26 59-133 .444 Career 75 150

Pts/Avg 190/7.6 7/3.5 197/7.3

FT-A 6-9

FT-A 25-47 38-72 36-64 99-183

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .532 .528 .563 .541

Pts/Avg 95/4.1 150/5.8 154/5.9 399/5.3

Steve Dangos (St. Louis, Mo./Cleveland HS) 1972 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1971-72 10 7-18 .389 12-16 .750 5

Pts/Avg 26/2.6

Eddie Davidson 1928 John Davsko (Springfield, Ill./Griffin HS) 1966, 67, 68 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1965-66 12 7-16 .438 5-9 1966-67 23 18-65 .277 17-20 1967-68 21 8-38 .211 6-12 Career 56 33-119 .277 28-41

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .556 .850 .500 16/0.7 .683

Pts/Avg 19/1.6 53/2.3 22/1.0 94/1.7

Drew Diener (Fond du Lac, Wis./Goodrich HS) 2000 - 2003 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1999-00 12 1-10 .100 1-9 .111 4-4 1.000 5/0.4 2000-01 25 29-70 .414 22-56 .393 33-41 .805 31/1.2 2001-02 31 76-178 .427 52-123 .423 40-57 .702 87/2.8 2002-03 29 54-141 .383 49-122 .402 16-23 .696 45/1.6 Career 97 160-399 .401 124-310 .400 93-125 .744 168/1.7

A 1 18 29 27 75

Pts/Avg

Pts/Avg 23/1.8

BL S 0 0 5 6 1 22 2 5 8 33

Pts/Avg 7/0.6 113/4.5 244/7.9 173/6.0 537/5.5

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1 6/1.0

Pts/Avg 7/1.2

Rudolph Diethelm 1918, 19, 20

Charles Dirksen (Springfield, Ill.) 1933, 34, 35 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1932-33 18 50 1933-34 18 69 1934-35 12 48 Career 48 167

BL S 5 52 3 36 8 88

Pts/Avg 463/14.0 388/14.4 851/14.2

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 10 11 9 30

Pts/Avg 110/6.1 149/8.3 105/8.8 364/7.6

Jim Dix (Pine Lawn, Mo./Normandy HS) 1963, 64, 65 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1962-63 14 10-25 .400 4-12 1963-64 13 11-25 .440 14-22 1964-65 11 6-19 .316 4-7 Career 38 27-69 .391 22-41

Reb/Avg 187/5.7 168/6.2 355/5.9

A 65 40 105

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .333 .636 .571 .537

Horace Dixon (Greenville, S.C. /Fork Union Military) 2007 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL 2006-07 3 1-1 1.00 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2/0.7 0 0

Pts/Avg 24/1.7 36/2.8 16/1.5 76/2.0

S 0

Pts/Avg 2/0.7

BL S 2 48 3 45 5 93

Pts/Avg 501/17.3 464/16.0 965/16.6

Harry Dolan 1945, 46 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1944-45 12 13 1945-46 18 14 Career 30 27

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 12 1 13

Pts/Avg 38/3.2 29/1.6 67/2.2

Bud Donnewald 1942, 43, 44 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1941-42 4 1 1945-46 13 5 Career 17 6

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 2 6 8

Pts/Avg 4/1.0 16/1.2 20/1.2

Donnie Dobbs (Toledo, Ohio/Macomber HS) 93, 94 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1992-93 29 197-350 .563 6-18 .333 101-142 1993-94 29 179-312 .574 6-22 .273 100-143 Career 58 376-662 .568 12-40 .300 201-285

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Pct. .711 .699 .705

Reb/Avg 188/6.5 176/6.1 364/6.3

A 73 52 125

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Alumni Driscoll Donovan 1918 Dick Dorsey (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1942, 43 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S Pts/Avg 1942-43 1 Monroe Douglass (St. Louis, Mo./McKinley HS) 1986—89 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. 1985-86 28 174-317 .549 --- --- 58-75 .773 1986-87 35 214-469 .456 2-15 .133 110-150 .733 1987-88 28 176-341 .516 5-24 .208 89-107 .832 1988-89 37 202-423 .478 3-12 .250 78-97 .804 Career 128 766-1550 .494 10-51 .196 335-429 .781

Reb/Avg 120/4.3 167/4.8 114/4.1 141/3.8 542/4.2

A 47 102 51 79 279

BL 11 15 12 16 54

S 27 23 34 31 115

Pts/Avg 406/14.5 540/15.4 446/15.9 485/13.1 1877/14.7

Raymond Drace 1922 Anthony Drejaj (W. Orange, N.J./Seton Hall Prep) 2002–06 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. 2002-03 30 69-186 .371 37-107 .346 31-57 .544 2003-04 32 73-178 .410 37-102 .363 25-43 .581 2004-05 30 64-198 .323 28-97 .289 40-58 .690 2005-06 26 67-175 .383 40-97 .412 28-41 .683 Career 118 273-737 .370 142-403 .352 124-199 .623

Reb/Avg 83/2.8 75/2.3 94/3.1 72/2.8 324/2.7

A 67 70 77 58 272

BL 5 1 2 0 8

S Pts/Avg 35 206/6.9 37 208/6.5 45 196/6.5 31 202/7.8 148 812/6.9

Jim Droege (St. Louis, Mo./Christian Brothers College HS) 1941 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1940-41 13 4 1-4 .250

Pts/Avg 9/0.7

Lyle Drury (Moscow, Idaho/Moscow HS) 1928, 29, 30 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1929-30 19 31 15

Pts/Avg 77/4.1

Bob Dubinick (Venice, Ill./Venice HS) 1953, 54, 55 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1952-53 27 90-236 .381 67-102 1953-54 26 100-299 .334 91-130 1954-55 24 26-100 .260 21-35 Career 77 216-635 .340 179-267

Pts/Avg 247/9.1 291/11.2 73/3.0 611/7.9

Pct. .657 .700 .600 .670

Reb/Avg A BL S 80/3.0 106/4.1 36/1.5 222/2.9

Barry Eberhardt (Detroit, Mich./John Glenn HS) 2008, 09 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 2007-08 30 75-155 .484 8-25 .320 22-37 2008-09 32 86-149 .577 4-15 .267 39-60 Career 62 161-304 .530 12-40 .300 61-97

Pct. .595 .650 .629

BL S 9 8 4 13 13 21

Pts/Avg 180/6.0 215/6.7 395/6.4

Cal Edinger (St. Louis, Mo./Southwest HS) 1968 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1966-67 3 3-7 .429 2-5 1967-68 4 2-5 .400 0-1 Career 7 5-12 .417 2-6

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .400 .000 2/0.5 .333

Pts/Avg 8/2.7 4/1.0 12/1.7

William Edwards (Staunton, Ill.) 1949, 50 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1948-49 24 11-44 .250 9-16 1949-50 24 12-43 .279 4-8 Career 48 23-87 .264 13-24

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .563 .500 .542

Pts/Avg 31/1.3 28/1.2 59/1.2

Jason Edwin (Warsaw, Ill./Warsaw HS) 2001, 02 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 2000-01 22 35-77 .455 16-36 .444 9-10 2001-02 31 106-252 .421 39-103 .379 35-47 Career 53 141-329 .429 55-139 .396 44-57

Pct. .900 .745 .772

BL S 6 7 5 16 11 23

Pts/Avg 95/4.3 286/9.2 381/7.2

Rich English (St. Louis, Mo./Cleveland HS) 1950 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1949-50 14 5-31 .161 1-2

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .500

Pts/Avg 11/0.8

Robert English (St. Louis, Mo./Cleveland HS) 1950 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1949-50 14 4-21 .190 2-4

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .500

Pts/Avg 10/0.7

Chip Entwhistle (Houston, Texas/McCullough HS)1989 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1988-89 12 3-4 .750 2-3

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL .667 9/0.8 1 0

S 1

Pts/Avg 8/0.7

John Ernst 1948 Year GP FG-A 1947-48 7 2-6

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .400

Pts/Avg 6/0.9

Derek Falb (St. Louis, Mo./Chaminade HS) 1993, 94 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1992-93 3 1-3 .333 0-1 .000 3/1.0 1993-94 11 5-9 .556 0-3 .000 3-6 .500 3/0.3 4 3 Career 14 6-12 .500 0-4 .000 6/0.4

Pts/Avg 2/0.7 13/1.2 15/1.1

Herbert Fash (East St. Louis, Ill./East St. Louis Senior HS) 1934, 35, 36 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1933-34 18 33 35 1934-35 15 42 20 1935-36 20 62 50 Career 53 137 105

Pts/Avg 101/5.6 104/6.9 174/8.7 379/7.2

Dave Fergerson (Merced, Calif./Merced HS) 1999, 2000 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1998-99 31 96-243 .395 41-131 .313 49-64 1999-00 33 73-166 .440 27-84 .321 41-52 Career 64 169-409 .413 68-215 .316 90-116

Pct. .766 .788 .776

BL S 0 31 5 28 5 59

Pts/Avg 282/9.1 214/6.5 496/7.8

Brian Ferguson (Lansing, Mich./Sexton HS) 1964 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1963-64 8 11-27 .407 4-9

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .444

Pts/Avg 26/3.3

Reb/Avg 113/3.8 146/4.6 259/4.2

Reb/Avg 43/2.0 103/3.3 146/2.8

A 21 22 43

A 31 28 59

Alvin Eggler 1920 Clarence Eggler 1922, 23, 24 Charles Eimer 1918 Presley Ellsworth 1916

Walter Dudas 1946 Les Dudenhoeffer (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1938, 39, 40 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1937-38 29 29 8 1938-39 21 42 23 1939-40 18 64 17 Career 68 135 48

Pts/Avg 66/2.3 107/5.1 145/8.1 318/4.7

Rev. Al Dudenhoeffer (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1938, 39, 40 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1936-37 20 21 4 1937-38 29 25 11 Career 49 46 15

Pts/Avg 46/2.3 61/2.1 107/2.2

John Duff (Washington, Mo./ Washington HS) 1988—91 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1987-88 23 13-32 .406 4-17 .235 1-3 1988-89 27 10-31 .323 2-13 .154 4-7 1989-90 14 2 6-62 .419 17-43 .395 7-9 1990-91 32 90-209 .431 57-142 .401 20-29 Career 96 139-334 .416 80-215 .372 32-48

Pct. .333 .571 .778 .690 .667

BL S 2 5 2 3 3 11 6 38 13 57

Pts/Avg 35/1.5 26/1.0 76/5.4 257/8.0 394/4.1

Joe Durham (Benton, Ill./Benton HS) 1979 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1978-79 7 1-6 .167

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .667

Pts/Avg 4/0.6

FT-A 2-3

Reb/Avg 12/0.5 14/0.5 28/2.0 93/2.9 147/1.5

A 4 6 15 47 72

Derek Dust (Collinsville, Ill./Collinsville HS) 1998 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1997-98 3 2-3 .667 0-10 .000 1/0.3

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88

Pts/Avg 4/1.3

Pct. 3FG-A Pct. .333

FT-A 2-5

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Mike Faddis (St. Louis, Mo./DeSmet HS) 1974

Reb/Avg 66/2.1 70/2.1 136/2.1

A 60 72 132

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Alumni Bob Ferry (St. Louis, Mo./Cleveland HS) 1957, 58, 59 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1956-57 28 45-134 .336 24-48 1957-58 26 171/372 .459 105-162 1958-59 26 221-458 .483 125-182 Career 80 437/964 .453 254-392

Pct. .500 .648 .687 .648

Reb/Avg A BL S Pts/Avg 118/4.2 114/4.1 231/8.9 447/17.2 350/13.5 567/21.8 713/8.9 1128/14.1

Russ Fink (St. Louis, Mo./Maplewood HS) 1943 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1942-43 3

Pts/Avg

Joseph Fischer 1918 Josh Fisher (Mercer Island, Wash./Mercer Island HS) 2001–04 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 2000-01 31 23-156 .421 16-41 .390 34-49 .694 56/1.8 2001-02 30 66-172 .384 30-82 .366 26-40 .650 67/2.2 2002-03 30 91-207 .440 30-88 .341 34-47 .723 77/2.6 2003-04 32 114-271 .421 40-117 .342 107-131 .817 136/4.3 Career 123 324-776 .418 116-328 .354 201-267 .753 336/2.7

A 89 98 111 138 436

Tom Fisher (Easton, Pa./Easton Area HS) 1971, 72 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1970-71 17 14-53 .264 1971-72 6 5-10 .500 Career 23 19-63 .302

A BL S 9 1 10

FT-A 8-13 2-2 10-15

Pct. Reb/Avg .615 1.00 .667

BL 3 6 10 5 24

S Pts/Avg 42 156/5.0 46 188/6.3 37 246/8.2 54 375/11.7 179 965/7.8

Pts/Avg 36/2.1 12/2.0 48/2.1

Doran Fitzgerald 1928 John Flanigan (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1933, 34, 35 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1932-33 17 10 1933-34 18 26 1934-35 16 30 Career 51 66

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 14 19 12 45

Pts/Avg 34/2.0 71/3.9 72/4.5 177/3.5

Mark Frailey (Hillsboro, Ill./Hillsboro HS) 1971, 72, 73 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1970-71 14 6-15 .400 10-14 .714 6 1971-72 19 19-44 .432 21-28 .750 21 1972-73 24 57-117 .487 23-29 .793 32 Career 57 82-176 .466 54-71 .761 59 Joe Franks (New York City, N.Y./LaSalle Military Academy) 1979 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1978-79 4 1-2 .500 1-2 .500 Corey Frazier (Charleston, Mo./Charleston HS) 1996, 97, 98 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. 1996-97 29 42-122 .344 11-48 .229 21-31 .677 1995-96 30 78-258 .302 42-137 .307 56-76 .737 1997-98 18 31-64 .484 8-24 .333 17-29 .586 Career 77 151-444 .340 61-209 .292 94-136 .691

Reb/Avg 78/2.7 89/3.0 36/2.0 203/2.6

A 46 73 20 139

BL 4 2 1 7

Pts/Avg 22/1.6 59/3.1 137/5.7 218/3.8 Pts/Avg 3/0.8

S 31 43 12 86

Pts/Avg 116/4.0 254/8.5 87/4.8 457/5.9

Ricky Frazier (Charleston, Mo./Charleston HS) 1978 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1977-78 17 89-182 .489 55-78 .705 95/5.6

Pts/Avg 233/13.7

David French (Rockford, Ill./St. Thomas HS) 1951 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1950-51 19 12-28 .429 1-11

Pts/Avg 25/1.3

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .091

Tom Frericks (Bowling Green, Ky./Greenwood HS) 2004, 05 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. 2003-04 24 78-136 .574 29-63 .460 2004-05 11 14-33 .424 17-17 .706 Career 35 92-169 .544 46-80 .575

Reb/Avg 144/6.0 43/3.9 187/5.3

A 15 4 19

BL S 5 12 2 3 7 15

Ed Friedrich 1940, 41,42 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1939-40 2 1941-42 5 1 Career 7

Pts/Avg 185/7.7 40/3.6 225/6.4

Pts/Avg 2/0.4

T. Flanigan 1933 Montague Flannery (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1933 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1932-33 10 1

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1

Pts/Avg 3/0.4

Tom Fleming (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1936, 37, 38 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1936-37 16 6 1937-38 21 16 1938-39 20 33 Career 57 55

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 6 13 13 32

Pts/Avg 18/1.1 45/2.1 79/4.0 142/2.5

Ron Flood (St. Louis, Mo./Beaumont HS) 1957, 58 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1956-57 23 4-25 .160 7-12

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .583 16/0.7

Pts/Avg 15/0.7

“Huck” Flynn 1928 Bill Foehr 1938 Year GP 1937-38 6

FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 0

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1

Pts/Avg 1/0.2

Kevin Footes (Chicago, Ill./St. Gregory’s HS) 1990, 91 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1989-90 24 128-271 .472 17-45 .378 64-86 1990-91 31 164-334 .491 21-60 .350 82-121 Career 55 292-605 .483 38-105 .362 146-207

Pct. .744 .678 .705

BL S 11 31 6 42 17 73

Pts/Avg 337/14.0 431/13.9 768/14.0

Jeff Ford (Haskell, Okla./Haskell HS) 1988 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1987-88 10 19-41 .463

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .692 34/3.4 12 6 10

Pts/Avg 47/4.7

FT-A 9-13

Reb/Avg 104/4.3 134/4.3 238/4.3

A 64 141 205

Fred Frost (Bloomington, Ill.) 1932, 33, 34 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1931-32 17 2 1932-33 17 9 1933-34 18 6 Career 52 17 Johnny Furr (St. Louis, Mo./Sumner HS) 1976, 77 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1975-76 18 12-38 .316 1976-77 14 16-46 .348 Career 32 28-84 .333

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 5 12 7 24

FT-A 3-7 10-11 13-18

Pts/Avg 9/0.5 30/1.8 19/1.1 58/1.1

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .429 .909 .722

Pts/Avg 27/1.5 42/3.0 69/2.2

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL .600 22/0.9 12 0 .667 0/0.0 1 1 .611 22/0.7 13 1

S 3 2 5

Pts/Avg 31/1.3 17/2.4 48/1.5

Eduardo Garcia (Madrid, Spain/St. Maria HS) 1992 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1991-92 1 1-2 .500

Pts/Avg 2/2.0

William Gardiner (Huntsville, Mo.) 1949, 50, 51 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1948-49 23 7-41 .171 1949-50 26 39-108 .361 1950-51 20 28-77 .364 Career 69 74-226 .327

Pts/Avg 29/1.3 131/5.0 91/4.6 251/3.6

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Jeff Gaona (St. Louis, Mo./DeSmet HS) 1990 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1989-90 24 8-29 .276 6-12 .500 9-15 1990-91 7 6-16 .375 3-6 .500 2-3 Career 31 14-45 .311 9-18 .500 11-18

FT-A 15-23 53-64 35-47 103-134

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .652 .828 .745 .769

Dick Garesche 1941 Robert Garmers 1959

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Alumni Gary Garrison (St. Louis, Mo./Christian Brothers College HS) 1961-65 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1961-62 26 94-256 .367 63-137 .460 1962-63 2 10-14 .714 7-14 .500 1963-64 22 63-147 .429 58-107 .542 1964-65 27 83-188 .441 95-129 .736 Career 77 250-605 .413 223-387 .576

Pts/Avg 251/9.7 27/13.5 184/8.4 261/9.7 723/9.4

Glenn Gaskill (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1941 Bill Geary 1945 Year GP 1944-45 6

FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 3

FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 3-0

Pts/Avg 9/1.5

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 27 24 51

Pts/Avg 195/9.3 90/4.5 285/7.0

Dave George (Hillsboro, Ill./Hillsboro HS) 1967, 68, 69 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1966-67 12 2-5 .400 2-4 .500 1967-68 4 2-4 .500 1-1 1.091 3/0.7 1968-69 15 7-22 .318 3-11 .273 Career 31 11-31 .355 6-16 .375

Pts/Avg 6/0.5 5/1.3 17/1.1 28/0.9

Kevin Gingrich (Buda, Ill./Western HS) 1982 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1981-82 6 0-2 .000

S 1

Pts/Avg 2/0.7

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .625 .750 50/1.9 .760 .838 34 .776

Pts/Avg 100/4.3 112/4.3 366/14.1 241/11.0 819/8.4

Jack Genetti (Gillespie, Ill./Gillespie HS) 1943, 46 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1942-43 21 84 1945-46 20 23 Career 41 107

FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL 2-2 1.095

Dick Glasgow 1940, 41 Jim Glass (Pacific, Mo./Pacific HS) 1977, 78, 79, 80 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1976-77 23 45-102 .441 10-16 1977-78 26 44-104 .423 24-32 1978-79 26 145-290 .500 76-100 1979-80 22 87-161 .540 67-80 Career 97 321-657 .489 177-228 Francis Gleeson 1916 Arthur Gordon 1934 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1933-34 7 1 Al Gorman (St. Louis, Mo./McBride HS) 1937 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1936-37 13 11 Len Gorman 1937 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1936-37 9 4

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 2

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 6

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 5

Pts/Avg 4/0.6

Pts/Avg 28/2.2

Pts/Avg 13/1.4

Marty Gorman (St. Louis, Mo./McBride HS) 1931, 32, 33 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S Pts/Avg 1930-31 16 1931-32 18 15 14 44/2.4 Career 34 Leo Grandone (Gillespie, Ill.) 1932, 33 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1930-31 18 1931-32 19 48 23 1932-33 18 50 34 Career 55 Ryan Grant (Effingham, Ill./Effingham HS) 1992, 93 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1991-92 16 32-65 .492 2-6 .333 20-29 .690 36/2.3 7 5 13 1992-93 1 2/2.0 Career 17 38/2.2

90

Pts/Avg 119/6.3 134/7.4

Kevin Grawer (St. Louis, Mo./Christian Brothers College HS) 1991, 92 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1990-91 6 2-12 .167 1-6 .167 6/1.0 1991-92 26 28-67 .418 10-36 .278 12-18 .667 28/1.1 Career 32 30-79 .380 11-42 .262 34/1.1

A 3 48 51

BL S 0 1 2 15 2 16

Roland Gray (St. Louis, Mo./McKinley HS) 1986—89 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1985-86 30 136-259 .525 72-92 1986-87 34 216-422 .512 19-43 .442 124-156 1987-88 28 146-310 .471 30-75 .400 85-104 1988-89 37 196-372 .527 56-112 .500 102-145 Career 129 694-1363 .509 105-230 .457 383-497

Pct. .783 .795 .817 .703 .771

A 45 67 87 80 279

BL 6 10 11 3 30

Corey Grays (San Angelo, Texas/Central HS) 1994, 95 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1994-95 14 14-24 .583 0-5 .000 6-12

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL .500 17/1.2 4 2

Reb/Avg 228/7.6 182/5.4 167/6.0 234/6.3 811/6.3

Pts/Avg 5/0.8 78/3.0 83/2.6

S 22 28 35 37 122

Pts/Avg 344/11.5 575/16.9 407/14.5 553/14.9 1880/14.6

S 5

Pts/Avg 34/2.4

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 4

Pts/Avg 14/0.8

Leo Greathouse 1928 Dick Greene (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1946 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1945-46 18 5 Russ Grieger (Evansville, Ind.) 1962

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Jim Hackmann (Belleville Ill./Belleville West HS) 1973, 74, 75 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1972-73 15 5-20 .250 5-9 .556 1973-74 25 114-211 .540 22-35 .629 1974-75 26 71-150 .473 16-27 .593 Career 66 190-381 .499 43-71 .606 Andy Haemker (Rockford, Miss./Rockford HS) 1998 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1997-98 2 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-1

A BL S 14 69 64 147

Pts/Avg 15/1.0 250/10.0 158/6.1 423/6.4

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .000

Pts/Avg

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .462 24/1.1 .000 .400

Pts/Avg 18/0.8 8/0.7 26/0.8

Elmer Haferkamp 1927 Don Hake (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1957, 58, 59 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1956-57 22 6-24 .250 1957-58 12 4 Career 34 10

FT-A 6-13 0-2 6-15

J.J. Halliburton (Millington, Tenn./Millington Central HS) 1996 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL 1995-96 25 14-36 .389 5-17 .294 2-3 .667 19/0.8 8 1 Art Hambric (Chicago, Ill./Tilden Tech) 1959, 60, 61 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1958-59 13 10-18 .556 4-7

S 6

Pts/Avg 35/1.4

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .571

Pts/Avg 24/1.8

Lionell Hampton (Wheeling, W.Va./Wheeling Park HS) 1982 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL 1981-82 21 19-51 .373 9-20 .450 5 3

S 5

Pts/Avg 47/2.2

Jim Hanlen (St. Louis, Mo.) 1955, 56, 57 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1955-56 2

Pts/Avg

Joe Hanlon 1924, 25, 26 French Hansel 1916 William Harless (Madison, W. Va.) 1957

Pts/Avg 86/5.4

Kevin Harrington, Sr. (Lynn, Mass./St. Mary’s HS) 1952, 53 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1951-52 17 9-28 .321 7-19 .368 17/1.0 1952-53 6 0-3 .000 0-2 .000 3/0.5 Career 23 9-31 .290 7-21 .333 20/0.9

Pts/Avg 25/1.5

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Alumni Kevin Harrington, Jr. (Salem, Mass./St. John’s Prep) 1980 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1979-80 4 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 3/0.7

Pts/Avg 4/1.0

Dave Harris (Pinckneyville, Ill./Pinckneyville Community HS) 1961, 62, 63 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1961-62 24 105-242 .434 46-70 .657 1962-63 27 138-329 .419 59-79 .747 Career 51 243-571 .426 105-149 .705

Pts/Avg 259/10.8 335/12.4 594/11.6

Jeff Harris (Little Rock, Ark./Parkview HS) 1994–97 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1993-94 26 16-32 .500 6-16 1994-95 31 77-141 .546 64-102 1995-96 30 115-258 .446 2-4 .500 175-234 1996-97 29 114-272 .419 0-2 .000 146-193 Career 116 322-703 .458 391-545

Pct. .375 .627 .748 .756 .717

John Hartman (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1964, 65, 66 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1963-64 2 1-3 .333 2-2 1964-65 8 9-21 .429 3-6 1965-66 6 4-24 .167 0-2 Career 16 14-48 .292 5-10

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1.00 .500 .000 .500

Pts/Avg 4/2.0 21/2.6 8/1.3 33/2.1

Gordon Hartweger (Gillespie, Ill./Gillespie HS) 1959, 60, 61 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1958-59 17 9-20 .450 5-6 .833 1959-60 27 43-116 .371 42-52 .808 1960-61 28 111-262 .424 60-90 .667 Career 72 163-398 .410 107-148 .723

Pts/Avg 23/1.4 128/4.7 282/10.1 433/6.0

Reb/Avg 40/1.5 183/5.9 236/7.9 205/7.1 664/5.7

A 9 26 37 54 126

BL 0 3 3 2 8

S Pts/Avg 7 38/1.5 19 218/7.0 25 407/13.6 22 374/12.9 73 1037/11.6

George Hasser (St. Louis, Mo./McKinley HS) 1938, 39 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1937-38 21 8 3 1938-39 19 17 3 1939-40 1 Career 41 Mike Hastings 1965, 66, 67 (Las Vegas, Nev. / Bishop Gorman HS) Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1964-65 4 2-6 .333 4-5 .800 1965-66 4 1-9 .111 3-5 .600 1966-67 2 1-4 .250 2-2 1.000 Career 10 4-19 .211 9-12 .750 Jack Hedges 1942 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1941-42 8

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1

Pts/Avg 19/0.9 37/1.9

Pts/Avg 8/2.0 5/1.3 4/2.0 17/1.7

Pts/Avg 1/0.1

Chris Heinrich (Quakertown, Pa./Church HS) 1998–01 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1997-98 33 54-117 .462 33-55 1998-99 31 44-94 .468 22-37 1999-00 33 67-162 .414 0-1 .000 57-90 2000-01 31 77-141 .546 56-77 Career 128 242-514 .471 0-1 .000 168-259

Pct. .600 .595 .633 .727 .649

S 13 11 30 11 65

Pts/Avg 141/4.3 110/3.5 191/5.8 210/6.8 652/5.1

Kelvin Henderson (St. Louis, Mo./Kinloch HS) 1979, 80 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1978-79 27 161-330 .488 46-86 1979-80 27 175-316 .554 71-99 Career 54 336-646 .520 117-185

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .535 .717 41 .632

Pts/Avg 368/13.6 421/15.6 789/14.6

Woodrow Herrmany (Pinckneyville, Ill.) 1936 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1935-36 5

Pts/Avg

Reb/Avg 99/3.0 91/2.9 150/4.5 141/4.5 481/3.8

A 10 8 10 13 41

BL 12 15 28 14 69

1993-94 29 136-294 .463 69-170 .406 86-105 .819 138/4.8 51 0 33 427/14.7 1994-95 31 138-329 .419 51-144 .354 115-157 .732 116/3.7 61 0 22 442/14.3 Career 117 549-1223 .449 230-608 .378 375-486 .772 493/4.2 245 1 103 1703/14.6 Jeff Hoback (New Albany, Ind./New Albany HS) 1983 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1982-83 2 0-1 .000 Len Hoffman 1933, 34, 35 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1932-33 14 8 1933-34 16 13 1934-35 9 19 Career 39 40

Pts/Avg

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 7 5 13 25

Pts/Avg 23/1.6 31/1.9 51/5.7 105/2.7

Les Hohl (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1954, 55 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1953-54 23 23-70 .329 20-40 .500 31/1.3 1954-55 16 7-31 .226 13-22 .591 7/0.4 Career 39 30-101 .297 33-62 .532 38/1.0

Pts/Avg 66/2.9 27/1.7 93/2.4

Joe Holloran 1935, 36 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1935-36 4

Pts/Avg

Willie Horne (New York City, N.Y./DeWitt Clinton HS) 1979, 80 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1978-79 23 46-112 .411 30-46 .652

Pts/Avg 122/5.3

Martin Howell (St. Louis, Mo./Ladue HS) 1987 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1986-87 14 2-18 .111 0-1 .000

S 3

Pts/Avg 10/0.7

BL S 5 4 9 4 23 15 36 5 73 28

Pts/Avg 55/2.2 65/2.6 246/8.2 259/7.4 625/5.4

FT-A 6-10

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL .600 21/1.5 6 1

Redditt Hudson (St. Louis, Mo./University City HS) 1984—87 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. 1983-84 25 19-36 .528 17-21 .810 1984-85 25 26-53 .491 13-20 .650 1985-86 30 95-177 .537 56-76 .737 1986-87 35 101-182 .555 57-86 .663 Career 115 241-448 .538 143-203 .704

Reb/Avg 28/1.1 36/1.4 246/8.2 131/3.7 289/2.5

A 4 5 27 26 62

Henry Huettner 1936, 37 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1935-36 10 2 3 1936-37 8 1 2 1937-38 7 4 1 Career 25 7 6 Curtis Hughes (St. Louis, Mo./Sumner HS) 1977, 78 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1976-77 21 45-129 .349 5-9 .556 1977-78 19 13-45 .289 5-6 .833 26/1.4 Career 40 58-174 .333 10-15 .667 Larry Hughes (St. Louis, Mo./Christian Brothers College HS) 1998 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1997-98 32 224-540 .415 42-145 .290 180-260 .692 162/5.1 77 13 69

Pts/Avg 7/0.7 4/0.5 9/1.3 20/0.8

Pts/Avg 95/4.5 31/1.6 126/3.2

Pts/Avg 670/20.9

Dwayne Hunt (Jeffersonville, Ind./Jeffersonville HS) 1983

Ewald Hermann 1918, 19, 20

Scott Highmark (St. Louis, Mo./Parkway West HS) 1992—95 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1991-92 28 120-267 .449 52-141 .369 77-99 .778 116/4.1 62 0 30 1992-93 29 155-333 .465 58-153 .379 97-125 .776 123/4.2 71 1 18

Pts/Avg 369/13.2 465/16.0

Leslie Hunt (St. Louis, Mo./Central HS) 1929, 30 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1929-30 16 19 13 1930-31 18 Career 34 Phillip Hunt (St. Louis, Mo./Clayton HS) 2000-04 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 2000-01 3 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 2001-02 10 6-10 .600 5-6 .833 2002-03 14 2-10 .200 2-9 .222 2003-04 24 13-28 .464 7-17 .412 Career 51 21-49 .429 14-33 .424

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FT-A 3-4 1-2 1-2 11-15 16-23

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL .750 2/0.7 1 .500 1/0.1 1 .500 6/0.4 4 .733 20/0.8 8 .696 29/0.6 14

S 0 0 1 7 8

Pts/Avg 51/3.2

Pts/Avg 3/1.0 10/1.0 7/0.5 44/1.8 64/1.3

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Alumni Henry Hurd 1923-26 Bryce Husak (Mount Vernon, Iowa/Mount Vernon HS) 2005-08 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. 2004-05 9 4-13 .308 --- --- 0-4 .000 2005-06 23 10-18 .556 --- --- 11-18 .611 2006-07 22 22-47 .468 2-5 .400 0-6 .000 2007-08 30 68-136 .500 4-10 .400 25-42 .595 Career 84 104-214 .486 6-15 .400 36-70 .514 Tim Hyland (Louisville, Ky./DeSales HS) 1968, 69 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1967-68 5 1-4 .250 1968-69 10 5-18 .278 Career 15 6-22 .273

FT-A 1-2 2-4 3-6

Reb/Avg 9/1.0 26/1.1 45/2.0 128/4.3 218/2.6

A 0 2 6 16 24

BL 6 7 14 32 59

S 0 1 3 2 6

Pts/Avg 8/0.9 31/1.1 46/2.1 165/5.5 250/3.0

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .500 2/0.4 .500 .500

Pts/Avg 3/0.6 12/1.2 15/1.0

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Obi Ikeakor (Houston, Texas /Westbury Christian) 2007 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL 2006-07 5 2-4 .500 2-4 .500 1-5 .200 4/0.8 0 0

Maurice Jeffers (Morrilton, Ark./Morrilton HS) 2000, 01 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1999-00 33 82-195 .421 9-35 .257 46-76 2000-01 31 158-352 .449 21-48 .438 160-206 Career 64 240-547 .439 30-83 .361 206-282

Pct. .605 .777 .730

Reb/Avg 140/4.2 190/6.1 330/5.2

A 55 76 131

BL S 9 33 16 27 25 60

Femi John (St. Louis, Mo./McCluer North HS) 2009-10 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL 2009-10 17 24-71 .338 8-29 .276 13-16 .813 47/2.8 9 0 arl Johnson (St. Louis, Mo./Beaumont HS) 1975—78 C Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1974-75 24 63-127 .496 16-30 1975-76 27 144-247 .583 42-68 1976-77 26 147-332 .443 65-101 1977-78 27 148-331 .447 60-91 Career 104 502-1037 .484 183-290

Pct. .533 .618 .644 .659 .631

S 7

Pts/Avg 219/6.6 497/16.0 716/11.2

Pts/Avg 69/4.1

Reb/Avg A BL S Pts/Avg 87/3.6 15 142/5.9 203/7.5 330/12.2 206/7.9 359/13.8 224/8.3 356/13.2 720/6.9 1187/11.4

S 1

Pts/Avg 7/1.4

Jamal Johnson (St. Louis, Mo./Kirkwood HS) 1996 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1995-96 30 147-317 .464 1-1 1.00 91-177 .514 214/7.1 48 27 15

Pts/Avg 386/12.9

McGlother Irvin (Chicago, Ill./South Shore HS) 1992 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1991-92 17 57-137 .416 10-27 .370 36-63 .571 75/4.4 33 1 21

Pts/Avg 160/9.4

Justin Johnson (Merrillville, Ind./Merrillville) Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 2003-04 20 17-43 .395 0-0 .000 2004-05 14 14-29 .483 0-0 .000 2005-06 26 26-74 .351 0-1 .000 2006-07 29 26-59 .441 0-0 .000 Career 98 95-233 .408 0-1 .000

BL S 1 6 0 2 7 6 9 3 18 18

Pts/Avg 36/1.8 32/2.3 75/2.9 58/2.0 230/2.3

LaTodd Johnson (Chicago, Ill./Evanston Township HS) 1980—83 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1979-80 27 42-92 .457 42-70 .600 41/1.5 1980-81 27 66-151 .437 105-153 .686 69/2.6 1981-82 26 58-125 .464 99-119 .832 59/2.3 1982-83 23 141-38 3.711 14-26 .538 26/1.1 Career 103 183-130 1.408 56-96 .583 195/1.9

A BL S 75 142 2 59 153 10 41 31 2 10 401

Pts/Avg 126/4.7 237/8.8 215/8.3 42/1.8 620/12.4

Anthony Jones (St. Louis, Mo./Vashon HS) 1988, 89, 90 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1987-88 23 7-20 .350 0-2 .000 11-17 1988-89 33 12-23 .522 1-1 1.00 13-22 1989-90 29 37-100 .370 0-1 .000 49-70 Career 85 56-143 .392 1-4 .250 73-109

A 5 7 33 45

BL S 0 2 0 2 0 25 0 29

Pts/Avg 25/1.1 38/1.2 123/4.2 186/2.2

Ed Jones (Cincinnati, Ohio/Xavier HS) 1942 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S Career 29 31-91 .341 11-22 .500 21

Pts/Avg 73/2.5

Jim Irving (St. Louis, Mo./Beaumont HS) 1969, 70, 71 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1968-69 26 95-250 .380 40-61 1969-70 26 188-448 .420 60-83 1970-71 29 250-595 .420 103-142 Career 81 533-1293 .412 203-286 Mike Ivester (Cedar Rapids, Iowa/Jefferson HS) 1989, 90 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1988-89 28 27-55 .491 7-11 1989-90 29 29-53 .547 27-40 Career 57 56-108 .519 34-51

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S Pts/Avg .656 230/8.8 .723 84/3.2 89 436/16.8 .725 88 603/20.8 .710 1269/15.7

Pct. .636 .675 .667

Reb/Avg 62/2.2 49/1.7 111/1.9

A 11 4 15

BL 6 7 13

S 4 4 8

Pts/Avg 61/2.2 85/2.9 146/2.6

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Peyton Jacks (Dallas, Texas/Jesuit HS) 2005-08 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 2004-05 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0/– 0 0 0 2005-06 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1/1.0 0 0 0 2007-08 7 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 1-2 .500 4/0.6 1 0 1 Career 10 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 1-2 .500 5/0.5 1 0 1 Howard Jackson (St. Louis, Mo./Vashon HS) 1975—78 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1974-75 2 2-5 .400 0-1 .000 1975-76 27 109-226 .482 36-55 .655 1976-77 26 127-264 .481 32-67 .478 1977-78 26 99-219 .452 35-63 .556 163/6.3 Career 81 337-714 .472 103-186 .554

Pts/Avg 4/2.0 254/9.4 286/11.0 233/9.0 777/9.6

Stan James (St. Louis, Mo./Soldan HS) 1946 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1945-46 5

Pts/Avg 1/0.2

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1

Paul Jansen (Okawville, Ill./Okawville HS) 1984—87 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1983-84 6 0-3 .000 2-2 1984-85 25 27-59 .458 10-17 1985-86 23 11-18 .611 3-6 1986-87 31 18-58 .310 10-26 .385 8-14 Career 85 56-138 .406 10-26 .385 23-39

Pct. Reb/Avg 1.000 7/1.2 .588 40/1.6 .500 25/1.1 .571 18/0.8 .590 90/1.1

Lowell “Junie” Jefferies (New Baden, Ill./ Wesclin HS) 1991, 92 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1990-91 16 4-15 .267 0-1 .000 5-6 .833 11/0.7 1991-92 18 8-22 .364 0-3 .000 3-8 .375 29/1.6 Career 34 12-37 .324 0-4 .000 8-14 .571 40/1.2

92

A 2 16 9 15 42

BL S 0 0 2 7 3 5 1 4 6 16

A BL 1 6 0 5 1 11

S 2 2 4

Pts/Avg 0/– 0/– 1/0.1 1/0.1

Pts/Avg 2/0.3 64/2.6 25/1.1 54/1.7 145/1.7

Pts/Avg 13/0.8 19/1.1 32/0.9

2004-2007 FT-A Pct. 2-6 .333 4-6 .667 23-27 .852 6-9 .667 40-60 .667

Eric Jones Sr. (Zanesville, Ohio/Zanesville HS) 1974, 75 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1972-73 10 11-30 .367 6-10 1973-74 19 20-61 .328 5-12 1974-75 20 16-39 .410 7-14 Eric Jones Jr. (Hillsboro, Kan./Hillsboro HS)1992–95 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1992-93 29 9-26 .346 12-20 1993-94 13 8-15 .533 4-9 1994-95 20 13-27 .481 10-12 Career 62 30-68 .441 26-41

Pct. .647 .591 .700 .670

Reb/Avg 23/1.2 21/1.5 70/2.7 65/2.2 211/2.2

Reb/Avg 8/0.3 26/0.8 53/1.8 87/1.0

A 7 4 10 9 31

Pct. Reb/Avg .600 .417 .500

A BL S 6 15 11

Pts/Avg 28/2.8 45/2.4 39/2.0

Pct. .600 .444 .833 .634

A 6 2 5 13

BL S 2 12 0 7 3 7 5 26

Pts/Avg 30/1.0 20/1.5 36/1.8 86/1.4

J ohn Jones (St. Louis, Mo./Wellston HS) 1958, 59 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1957-58 17 11 16-20 1958-59 8 1-5 2-3 Career 25 12 18-23

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .800 .667 .783

Pts/Avg 38/2.2 4/0.5 42/1.7

Marcus Jones (Harrison, Ark./Deer HS) 1992, 93 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1991-92 27 14-44 .318 10-33 .303 1992-93 24 17-43 .395 11-32 .344 Career 51 31-87 .356 21-65 .323

Pct. .864 .875 .870

Pts/Avg 57/2.1 66/2.8 123/2.4

FT-A 19-22 21-24 40-46

Reb/Avg 39/1.3 13/1.0 13/0.7 77/1.2

Reb/Avg 16/0.6 22/0.9 38/0.7

A 22 51 73

BL S 1 7 2 10 3 17

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Alumni Mike Jones (St. Louis, Mo./Trinity Catholic HS) 2007-08 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL 2006-07 6 1-3 .333 0-1 .000 --- --- 0/0 0 0 2007-08 5 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 1-4 .250 0/0 1 0 Career 11 1-4 .250 0-2 .000 1-4 .250 0/0 1 0 Robin Jones (St. Louis, Mo./Beaumont HS) 1973, 74, 75 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1972-73 23 79-196 .403 14-37 1973-74 14 74-153 .484 17-37 1974-75 26 91-200 .455 39-67 Career 63 244-549 .444 70-141

Pct. Reb/Avg .378 .459 .582 .496

S 0 0 0

Pts/Avg 2/0.3 1/0.2 3/0.3

A BL S 55 13 21 89

Pts/Avg 172/7.5 165/11.8 221/8.5 558/8.9

John Kilo (St. Louis, Mo./Christian Brothers College HS) 1965, 66, 67 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1964-65 21 33-86 .384 61-77 .792 1965-66 25 28-87 .322 52-65 .800 1966-67 25 73-187 .390 82-102 .804 Career 71 134-360 .372 195-244 .799

Pts/Avg 127/6.0 108/4.3 228/9.1 463/6.5

avid King (Havana, Ill./Havana HS) 1986 D Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1985-86 7 4-11 .364

S 0

Pts/Avg 13/1.9

Pts/Avg 196/7.5 255/10.2 451/8.8

FT-A 5-8

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL .625 1 2

Justin Jordan (Fort Wayne, Ind./Northside HS) 2009-10 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 2009-10 33 49-129 .380 31-81 .383 34-51 .667 55/1.7 58 0 14

Pts/Avg 163/4.9

Kevin King (St. Louis, Mo./Christian Brothers College HS) 1976, 77 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1975-76 26 80-185 .432 36-54 .667 1976-77 25 108-209 .517 39-62 .629 Career 51 188-394 .477 75-116 .647

Jack Joyce 1928, 29 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1929-30 20 15

Pts/Avg 38/6.9

Ed Kinsella 1940 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1939-40 7 2

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1

Pts/Avg 5/0.7

Dick Kissane 1946 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1945-46 9 5

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1

Pts/Avg 11/1.2

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 8

Juergens 1928

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Frank Kahle 1925 Ed Kamin (Berwyn, Ill./St. Mel’s HS) 1950 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1949-50 13 2-14 .143

FT-A 5-8

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .625

Pts/Avg 9/0.7

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 2

Pts/Avg 4/0.7

Al Kapl 1924, 25, 26 Tom Kavanaugh (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1947 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1946-47 6 1

Bob Klostermeyer (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1952, 53, 54 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1951-52 16 4-9 .444 1-11 1952-53 27 75-216 .347 48-92 1953-54 26 72-183 .393 45-94 Career 69 151-408 .370 94-197

Pct. .091 .522 .479 .477

Reb/Avg A BL S 13/0.8 71/2.6 90/3.5 174/2.5

Pts/Avg 9/0.6 198/7.3 192/7.4 399/5.8

Adam Knollmeyer (Linn, Mo./Linn HS) 2007-08 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 2006-07 21 3-4 .750 --- --- 4-6 2007-08 22 11-24 .458 --- --- 9-12 Careeer 43 14-28 .500 --- --- 13-18

Pct. .667 .750 .722

Reb/Avg 17/0.8 26/1.2 43/1.0

S 1 3 4

Pts/Avg 10/0.5 31/1.4 41/1.0

Bob Koch (St. Louis, Mo./Beaumont HS) 1950, 51, 52 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1949-50 26 32-118 .271 44-77 1950-51 30 93-247 .377 55-115 1951-52 31 116-329 .353 89-122 Career 87 241-694 .347 188-314

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .571 .478 .730 130/4.2 .599

Pts/Avg 108/4.2 241/8.0 321/10.4 670/7.7

Pct. .629 .671 .711 .682 .679

Reb/Avg A BL S 93/3.0 405/15.0 502/20.1 250/9.3 1250/11.4

Pts/Avg 156/5.0 296/11.0 273/10.9 257/9.5 982/8.9

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .500

Pts/Avg 17/1.1

Bill Kohn (Kirkwood, Mo./Kirkwood HS) 1964 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1963-64 1 0-2 .000

Pts/Avg

Newton Knight 1926, 27

Frank Keaney (St. Louis, Mo./McBride HS) 1935, 36, 37 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1934-35 13 3 2 1935-36 20 44 23 1936-37 18 55 18 Career 51 102 43

Pts/Avg 8/0.6 111/5.6 128/7.1 247/2.4

John Kelly (St. Louis, Mo./Kenrick HS) 1922, 23, 24 Frank Kennedy (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1930, 31, 32 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1929-30 18 20 10 1930-31 18 1931-32 10 15 14 1933-34 1 Career 47

Pts/Avg 50/2.8 44/4.4

Joe Kennedy (Chicago, Ill.) 1931 Dave Kenney 1938 Gary Kerkemeyer (Collinsville, Ill./Collinsville HS) 1980, 81 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1979-80 4 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 3/0.8 1

Pts/Avg 4/1.0

Tom Kieffer (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1960, 61, 62 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1959-60 24 29-84 .345 1960-61 30 138-334 .413 1961-62 22 104-263 .395 Career 76 271-681 .398

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .686 .628 .672 .652

Pts/Avg 82/3.4 335/11.2 247/11.2 664/8.7

Charlie Kiely (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1943 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1942-43 5 4

Pts/Avg 8/1.6

FT-A 24-35 59-94 39-58 122-187

A BL 3 4 1 0 4 4

Don Koch 1942 Jerry Koch (St. Louis, Mo./Beaumont HS) 1952-55 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1951-52 31 56-160 .350 44-70 1952-53 27 90-215 .419 116-173 1953-54 25 89-225 .396 101-142 1954-55 27 91-215 .423 75-110 Career 110 326-815 .400 336-495 Bill Koeneman (Chester, Ill./Chester HS) 1951, 52 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1950-51 16 7-32 .219 3-6

Fred Kovar (St. Louis, Mo./Beaumont HS) 1950, 51, 52 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1949-50 26 48-129 .372 30-41 1950-51 30 90-280 .321 48-67 1951-52 31 91-293 .311 56-77 Career 87 229-702 .326 134-185

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Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .732 .716 .727 100/3.2 .724

Pts/Avg 126/4.8 228/7.6 238/7.7 592/6.8

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Alumni Jim Kramer (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1956 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1955-56 3 Henry Krause (St. Louis, Mo./Roosevelt HS) 1934, 35, 36 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1933-34 3 1 1934-35 11 3 1 1935-36 18 13 8 Career 32 17 Bruno Krzeminski 1945, 46 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1944-45 11 35 15-6 2.500 1945-46 17 21 12 Career 28 56 27 Bill Kurz (Quincy, Ill./ Notre Dame HS) 1963 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1962-63 22 37-90 .411 24-45 .533

Pts/Avg

Pts/Avg 2/0.7 7/0.6 34/1.9 43/1.3 Pts/Avg 85/7.7 54/3.2 139/5.0

Pts/Avg 98/4.5

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Bill Lacy (Pinckneyville, Ill./Pinckneyville Community HS) 1963 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1962-63 19 12-28 .429 12-25 .480

Pts/Avg 36/1.9

Gary Lamps (LaSalle, Ill./LaSalle-Peru HS) 1970, 71, 72 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1969-70 24 40-97 .412 18-28 1970-71 13 6-13 .462 5-7 1971-72 18 27-52 .519 20-29 Career 55 73-162 .451 43-64

A BL S 28 4 16 48

Pts/Avg 98/4.1 17/1.3 74/4.1 189/3.4

Frank La Presta 1932 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1931-32 3

Pts/Avg

Pct. Reb/Avg .643 59/2.5 .714 .690 .672

Andrew Latimer (Brisbane, Australia/St. Joseph’s HS) 1999-2001 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1999-00 22 14-54 .259 6/21 .286 12-19 .632 32/1.5 2000-01 7 5-7 .714 2-4 .500 0-0 --- 0/0.0 Career 29 19-61 .311 8-25 .320 12-19 .632 32/1.1

A BL 2 0 1 0 3 0

S 2 0 2

Pts/Avg 46/2.1 12/1.7 58/2.0

George Latinovich (Clinton, Ind./Clinton HS) 1960, 61, 62 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1959-60 26 46-122 .377 45-60 1960-61 28 57-157 .363 40-63 1961-62 26 76-199 .382 48-96 Career 80 179-478 .374 133-219

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .750 .635 .500 .607

Pts/Avg 137/5.3 154/5.5 226/8.7 517/6.5

Tony Lawrence (Festus, Mo./Festus HS) 1981 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1980-81 22 7-17 .412

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL .500 6 1

Pts/Avg 20/0.9

FT-A 6-12

S 9

Jesse Leonard (Natchez, Miss./Sadie Thompson HS) 1971, 72, 73 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1970-71 25 21-57 .368 20-31 .645 1971-72 26 114-261 .437 95-127 .748 1972-73 26 168-366 .459 54-78 .692 Career 77 303-684 .443 169-236 .716

A BL S 15 45 75 135

Tommie Liddell III (East St. Louis, Ill. / Hargrave Military) 2006-09 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 2005-06 29 120-294 .408 2-21 .095 58-89 .629 201/6.9 77 18 29 2006-07 33 183-386 .474 49-108 .454 92-121 .760 225/6.8 87 19 27 2007-08 31 134-313 .428 29-83 .349 84-112 .750 133/4.3 64 6 21 2008-09 32 130-326 .399 28-79 .354 73-99 .737 181/5.7 85 8 23 Career 125 567-1319 .430 108-291 .371 305-421 .724 740/5.9 313 51 100 Helm Lillis (Kansas City, Mo./Rockhurst HS) 1952, 53, 54 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1951-52 14 6-14 .429 4-10 .400 10/0.7 1952-53 21 17-58 .293 12-23 .522 21/1.0 1953-54 24 25-66 .379 24-39 .615 28/1.2 Career 59 48-138 .348 40-72 .556 59/1.0 Tom Lillis (Kansas City, Mo./Rockhurst HS) 1951, 52, 53 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1950-51 29 30-92 .326 21-49 1951-52 31 56-157 .357 24-49 1952-53 27 141-319 .442 107-179 Career 87 227-568 .400 152-277

Pts/Avg 62/2.5 323/12.4 390/15.0 775/10.1

Pts/Avg 298/10.3 507/15.4 381/12.3 361/11.3 1547/12.4 Pts/Avg 16/1.1 46/2.2 74/3.1 136/2.3

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .429 .490 75/2.4 .598 224/8.3 .549

Pts/Avg 81/2.8 136/4.4 389/14.4 606/7.0

Joe Lintzenich (St. Louis, Mo./Webster Groves HS) 1929, 30 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1929-30 14 6 5

Pts/Avg 17/1.2

Kevin Lisch (Belleville, Ill./Althoff HS) 2006-09 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 2005-06 29 111-249 .446 58-140 .414 2006-07 32 140-327 .428 67-164 .409 2007-08 31 137-320 .428 63-164 .384 2008-09 31 128-355 .361 71-188 .378 Career 122 516-1251 .412 259-656 .395

FT-A 41-57 130-158 116-143 109-131 396-489

Pct. .719 .823 .811 .832 .810

Reb/Avg 71/2.4 114/3.6 118/3.8 109/3.5 412/3.4

Mike Lockette 1970, 71 (St. Louis, Mo.) Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1969-70 26 58-117 .496 37-56 .661 197/7.6 1970-71 29 79-167 .473 50-78 .641 Career 55 137-284 .482 87-134 .649 Ken Loddeke (St. Louis, Mo./Southwest HS) 1975, 76 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1974-75 26 70-167 .419 18-28 1975-76 27 84-188 .447 2-5 Career 53 154-355 .434 20-33

A 39 111 97 78 325

BL 4 12 4 1 21

S 23 32 38 40 133

Pts/Avg 321/11.1 477/14.9 453/14.6 436/14.2 1687/13.8

A BL S 24 61 85

Pts/Avg 153/5.9 208/7.2 361/6.6

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .643 60 .400 .606

Pts/Avg 158/6.1 170/6.3 328/6.2

Tom Lombardo (St. Louis, Mo./Soldan HS) 1942 Lou Lehman (St. Louis, Mo./Beaumont HS) 1947—50 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1946-47 28 45 30 1947-48 26 73-179 .408 23-36 .639 1948-49 26 98-264 .371 38-68 .559 1949-50 26 110-332 .331 53-78 .679 Career 106 326 144

Pts/Avg 120/4.3 169/6.5 234/9.0 273/10.5 796/7.5

Cornelius Lott (St. Louis, Mo./Soldan HS) 1972

Fred Leiding (Overland, Mo./ Mercy HS) 1958 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1957-58 13 5

Pts/Avg 11/0.8

Dave Luechtefeld (Okawville, Ill./Okawville HS) 1960, 61, 62

FT-A 1-3

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .333

Darryl “Peewee” Lenard (St. Louis, Mo./Central HS) 1984, 85, 86 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1983-84 28 67-158 .424 31-37 .838 1984-85 28 89-176 .506 41-49 .837 58/2.1 1985-86 30 77-187 .412 38-42 .905 Career 86 233-521 .447 110-128 .859

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A 125 125 120 370

BL 1 1 0 2

S Pts/Avg 49 170/6.1 31 219/7.8 43 192/6.4 123 581/6.8

Justin Love (San Francisco, Cal./Sacred Heart HS) 1999, 2000 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. 1998-99 24 117-276 .424 42-111 .378 53-69 .768 1999-00 33 190-434 .438 71-167 .425 151-184 .821 Career 57 307-710 .432 113-278 .406 204-253 .806

Jeff Luechtefeld (Okawville, Ill./Okawville HS) 1988—91 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. 1987-88 14 2-8 .250 0-3 .000 3-4 .750 1988-89 29 35-97 .361 14-47 .298 17-24 .708 1989-90 29 60-168 .357 32-99 .323 28-38 .737 1990-91 33 141-341 .413 82-205 .400 61-81 .753 Career 105 238-614 .388 128-354 .362 109-147 .741

Reb/Avg 106/4.4 161/4.9 267/4.7

A 39 83 122

BL S 2 31 8 49 10 80

Reb/Avg 6/0.4 46/1.6 86/3.0 185/5.6 323/3.1

A 2 23 70 150 245

BL 0 1 6 6 13

Pts/Avg 329/13.7 602/18.2 931/16.3

S Pts/Avg 2 7/0.5 18 101/3.5 26 180/6.2 71 425/12.9 117 719/6.8

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Alumni Ryan Luechtefeld (Okawville, Ill./Okawville HS) 1996—99 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. 1995-96 26 14-58 .241 6-34 .176 17-24 .708 1996-97 25 51-138 .370 0-1 .000 25-53 .472 1997-98 33 105-247 .425 25-72 .347 90-127 .709 1998-99 31 101-221 .457 11-40 .275 46-80 .575 Career 115 271-664 .408 42-147 .286 178-284 .627

S 3 15 34 30 82

Pts/Avg 51/2.0 127/5.1 325/9.8 259/8.4 762/6.6

Stan Luechtefeld (Oakdale, Ill./Okawville HS) 1962, 63, 64 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1961-62 23 40-106 .377 13-17 .765 1962-63 16 19-41 .463 10-21 .476 1963-64 13 19-54 .352 9-14 .643 Career 52 78-201 .388 32-52 .615

Pts/Avg 93/4.0 48/3.0 47/3.6 188/3.6

Paul Lusk (Madison, Ill./Madison HS) 1969 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1968-69 21 27-75 .360 45-56 .804

Pts/Avg 99/4.7

Joe Lyles 1949 Year GP 1948-49 5

Pts/Avg 2/0.4

FG-A 1-4

Pct. 3FG-A Pct. .250

FT-A 0-2

Reb/Avg 46/1.8 137/5.5 188/5.7 162/5.2 533/4.6

A 21 17 78 59 175

BL 3 10 7 10 30

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .000

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Ed Macauley (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1946-49 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S Pts/Avg 1945-46 24 86 67 239/10.0 1946-47 29 146 105 397/13.7 1947-48 27 129-321 .402 104-159 .654 362/13.4 1948-49 26 144-275 .524 116-153 .758 404/15.5 Career 106 505 392 1402/13.2 John Macheca (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1935, 37 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1934-35 13 0 1936-37 21 15 Career 34 15

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 2 15 17

Pts/Avg 2/0.2 45/2.1 47/1.4

Jack MacPartland 1930, 31 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1929-30 15 3

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 4

Pts/Avg 10/0.7

Dustin Maguire (Edwardsville, Ill./Edwardsville HS) 2007 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL 2006-07 15 4-17 .235 1-8 .125 4-4 1.00 5/0.3 2 0

S 2

Pts/Avg 13/0.9

Malcolm Mahone (Chicago, Ill./Gordon Tech HS) 1973 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1972-73 11 6-19 .316 4-4 1.098 2

Pts/Avg 16/1.5

Roderick MaGuire 1916

Roland Martin (St. Louis, Mo./University City HS) 1976 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1975-76 19 18-30 .600 5-7

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .714 0

Carlos Martinez (Chicago, Ill./St. Patrick’s HS) 1970, 71, 72 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1969-70 22 53-123 .431 30-35 .857 42/1.9 1970-71 29 119-275 .433 53-67 .791 1971-72 25 136-312 .436 70-84 .833 Career 76 308-710 .434 153-186 .823

Pts/Avg 41/2.2

A BL S 48 54 71 173

Pts/Avg 136/6.2 291/10.0 342/13.7 173/769

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .500 1

Pts/Avg 12/1.7

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 2 34 36

Pts/Avg 4/0.7 100/5.0 104/4.0

ete McCaffrey (Tulsa, Okla./Cascia Hall HS) 1958, 59, 60 P Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1957-58 23 61 15-35 .429 1958-59 26 117-285 .411 41-66 .621 1959-60 27 171-400 .428 75-108 .694 Career 76 349 131/209 .627

Pts/Avg 137/6.0 275/10.6 417/15.4 829/10.9

Damond McCann (Chesapeake, Va./Deep Creek HS) 1983 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL 1982-83 5 3-8 .375 0-1 .000 2 1

S 1

Pts/Avg 6/1.2

Charlie McCarthy (St. Louis, Mo./Christian Brothers College HS) 1939, 41, 42 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1939-40 18 31 18 1940-41 17 40 26-50 .520 1941-42 20 47 33 Career 38 78 51

Pts/Avg 80/4.4 106/6.2 127/6.4 207/5.4

Robert Mason (Chicago, Ill./South Shore HS) 1976 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1975-76 7 4-17 .235 4-8 David Mattis (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1934, 36 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1933-34 6 1 1935-36 20 33 Career 26 34 Will McAllister (St. Louis, Mo./Vashon HS) 1961

Owen McCarthy (Joliet, Ill./De La Salle HS) 1931, 32 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S Pts/Avg 1930-31 8 1931-32 19 51 42 144/7.6 Career 27 John McCartney (St. Louis, Mo./Christian Brothers College HS) 1956, 57 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S Pts/Avg 1955-56 3 2 4/1.3 Edward McCarty 1924

Rasheed Malik (Houston, Texas/ Alief Hastings HS) 1997 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1996-97 29 65-173 .376 26-72 .361 48-68 .706 64/2.2 17 3 21

Pts/Avg 204/7.0

Glen Mankowski (Des Moines, Iowa/Dowling HS) 1959, 60, 61 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1958-59 25 82-216 .380 39-65 .600 1959-60 26 63-161 .391 41-67 .612 1960-61 29 123-295 .417 58-78 .744 Career 80 268-672 .399 138-210 .657

Pts/Avg 203/8.1 167/6.4 304/10.5 674/8.4

Tony Manuel (Omaha, Neb./Northwest HS) 1989 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1988-89 22 78-163 .479 9-30 .300 68-96 .708 90/4.1 12 13 13

Pts/Avg 233/10.6

Don Marr (Covington, Ind.)1932 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1931-32 18 9

Pts/Avg 26/1.4

Carlos McCauley (Charleston, Mo./Charleston HS) 1993—96 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. 1992-93 29 32-93 .344 3-17 .176 20-30 .667 1993-94 28 14-41 .341 3-6 .500 8-10 .800 1994-95 31 26-65 .400 5-16 .313 11-14 .786 1995-96 30 86-213 .404 40-91 .440 33-51 .647 Career 118 158-412 .383 51-130 .392 72-105 .686

Reb/Avg 57/2.0 30/1.1 28/0.9 74/2.5 89/1.6

A 83 42 35 94 254

BL 0 0 0 2 2

S 33 15 5 25 78

Pts/Avg 87/3.0 39/1.4 68/2.2 245/8.2 439/3.7

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 18

Pts/Avg 66/6.6

Edward McCormick 1916 Jim McDevitt 1940 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1939-40 10 24 Bob McGinn (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1960

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 8

Donald McGovern

Mark Martin (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1938

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Alumni Lou McKenna (St. Louis, Mo./St Mary’s HS) 1950, 51, 52 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1949-50 23 8-59 .136 15-22 1950-51 30 45-123 .366 36-49 1951-52 31 109-260 .419 58-93 Career 84 162-442 .367 109-164

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .682 .735 .624 76/2.5 .665

Pts/Avg 31/1.3 126/4.2 2768.9 433/5.2

Kwamain Mitchell (Milwaukee, Wis./Dominican) 2007-08 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 08-09 31 113-266 .425 42-119 .353 74-109 .679 100/3.2 09-10 35 200-444 .450 64-178 .360 93-130 .715 106/3.0 Career 66 313-710 .441 106-297 .357 167-239 .699 206/3.1

A BL S Pts/Avg 113 1 38 342/11.0 106 2 50 557/15.9 219 3 88 899/13.6

Jim Morgan 1926 Lewis McKinney (St. Louis, Mo./Central HS) 1974, 75, 76 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1973-74 24 111-244 .455 29-51 1974-75 26 227-473 .480 104-142 1975-76 27 213-439 .485 90-133 Career 77 551-1156 .477 223-326

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S Pts/Avg .569 36 251/10.5 .732 32 558/21.5 .677 516/19.1 .684 1325/17.2

Jim McLaughlin (New Albany, Ind./New Albany HS) 1954, 55, 56 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S Pts/Avg 1953-54 26 116-299 .388 81-118 .686 212/8.2 313/12.0 1954-55 28 157-393 .399 121-187 .647 461/16.5 435/15.5 1955-56 25 173 74-118 .627 420/16.8 Career 79 446 276-423 .652 1168/14.8 George Melas 1936, 37 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1935-36 1 1936-37 4 Career 5

Pts/Avg

Eugene Moore (St. Louis, Mo./Sumner HS) 1966, 67, 68 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1965-66 26 104-289 .360 52-77 1966-67 26 124-319 .389 35-49 1967-68 26 143-326 .439 42-71 Career 78 371-934 .397 129-197

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .675 .714 .592 267/10.2 .655

Pts/Avg 260/10.0 283/10.9 328/12.6 871/11.2

Guy Moore (San Francisco, Calif./Washington HS) 1983 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1982-83 16 26-39 .667 14-28 .500 61/3.8 20 4 16

Pts/Avg 66/4.1

Jim Moore 1943 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1942-43 12 11 3 Bill Morris (St. Louis, Mo./Beaumont HS) 1974, 75 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1973-74 25 171-366 .467 91-116 .784 38 1974-75 20 110-207 .531 62-82 .756 31 Career 45 281-573 .490 153-198 .773 69

Pts/Avg 433/17.3 282/14.1 715/15.9

Russ Morrow 1943 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1942-43 4 0

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 2

Pts/Avg 2/0.5

Wenly Morton (St. Louis, Mo./Beaumont HS) 1973 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1972-73 1 0-2 .000

Pts/Avg

Pts/Avg 25/2.1

John Messick (Wood River, Ill./East Alton - Wood River HS) 1957 Luke Meyer (New Haven, Mo./St. Francis Borgia HS) 2005-08 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. 2004-05 25 26-66 .394 6-18 .333 27-33 .818 2005-06 25 33-101 .327 7-30 .233 24-29 .828 2006-07 33 124-253 .490 10-35 .286 54-64 .844 2007-08 31 92-204 .451 18-54 .333 58-70 .829 Career 114 275-624 .441 41-137 .299 163-196 .832

Reb/Avg 53/2.1 61/2.4 167/5.1 167/5.4 448/3.9

A 17 21 56 51 145

BL 1 3 10 13 27

S 15 7 33 19 74

Pts/Avg 85/3.4 97/3.9 312/9.5 260/8.4 754/6.6

Dean Millenbine (McLeansboro, Ill./McLeansboro HS) 1956 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1955-56 13 8 5-10 .500

Pts/Avg 21/1.6

Dan Miller (St. Louis, Mo./McBride HS) 1946, 47, 48 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1945-46 22 35 29 1946-47 27 59 13 1947-48 27 43-166 .259 20-29 .690 Career 76 137 62

Pts/Avg 99/4.5 131/4.9 106/3.9 336/4.4

Jack Mimlitz (St. Louis, Mo./Christian Brothers College HS) 1956, 57, 58 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S Pts/Avg 1955-56 25 86 41-58 .707 213/8.5 1956-57 28 180-410 .439 83-109 .761 227/8.1 443/15.8 1957-58 26 190 82-107 .766 462/17.8 Career 79 456 206-274 .752 1118/14.2 Ted Mimlitz (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1986, 87 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1985-86 30 93-176 .528 41-61 .672 1986-87 33 70-150 .467 9-21 .429 62-74 .838 81/2.5 Career 63 163-326 .500 103-135 .763

A 54 47 101

BL S 3 16 2 14 5 30

Pts/Avg 227/7.6 211/6.4 438

Dick Missavage (St. Louis, Mo./McCluer North HS) 1979—82 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1978-79 21 15-32 .469 10-13 .769 1979-80 11 0-7 .000 2-4 .500 4/0.3 3 1980-81 7 2-4 .500 1-1 1.000 1 1 0 1981-82 15 4-15 .267 0-0 .000 5 1 1 Career 54 21-58 .362 13-18 .722 9 2 1

Pts/Avg 40/1.9 2/0.2 5/0.7 8/0.5 55/1.0

Anthony Mitchell (East St. Louis, Ill./East St. Louis HS) 2007-08 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL 2007-08 8 0-2 .000 --- --- 3-5 .600 7/0.9 1 0

Pts/Avg 3/0.4

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Bill Moulder (Kirkwood, Mo./Kirkwood HS) 1974—77 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1973-74 11 1-8 .125 2-2 1974-75 19 15-27 .556 10-14 1975-76 27 42-77 .545 24-37 1976-77 25 38-80 .475 28-35 Career 82 96-192 .500 64-88

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1.000 2 .714 22 .649 .800 .727

Pts/Avg 4/0.4 40/2.1 108/4.0 104/4.2 256/3.1

Clayton Mudd (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1938, 39 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1937-38 2 1 1938-39 7 1 Career 9 2

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1 0 1

Pts/Avg 3/1.5 2/0.3 5/0.6

Sid Mudd (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1936, 37, 38 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG Pct. 1935-36 19 11 1936-37 21 43 1937-38 29 79 Career 69 133

FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 6 18 43 67

Pts/Avg 28/1.5 104/5.0 201/6.9 333/4.8

Bob Mueller (St. Louis, Mo./Cleveland HS) 1979—82 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1978-79 23 41-66 .621 32-55 1979-80 27 57-126 .452 49-61 1980-81 27 55-126 .437 41-63 1981-82 26 27-66 .409 25-31 Career 103 180-384 .469 147-210

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .582 .803 126/4.7 34 .651 64 17 17 .806 34 4 7 .700

Pts/Avg 114/4.9 163/6.0 151/5.6 79/3.0 507/4.9

Ferd Mueller (Belleville, Ill./Cathedral HS) 1941, 42 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1940-41 8 2 1 1941-42 9 4 3 Career 17 6 4

Pts/Avg 5/0.6 11/1.2 16/0.9

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Rick Naes (St. Louis, Mo./DuBourg HS) 1963, 64, 65 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1962-63 27 61-164 .372 36-58 1963-64 25 130-336 .387 68-120 1964-65 27 127-340 .374 60-93 Career 79 318-840 .379 164-271

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .621 .567 .645 .605

Pts/Avg 158/5.9 328/13.1 314/11.6 800/10.1

Willis Nance (Chicago, Ill./Mendel HS) 1973 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1972-73 14 24-63 .381 13-21 .619 13 Bob Nelson 1943

Pts/Avg 61/4.4

John Neumann (Benton Harbor, Mich./St. John’s Catholic HS) 1952, 53, 54 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1953-54 4 1-4 .250 1952-53 14 7-19 .368 9-12 .750 4/0.3 Career 18 8-23 .348 Charles Newberry (Chicago, Ill./Lindblom Tech) 1988, 89, 90 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. 1987-88 26 49-95 .516 2-6 .333 47-68 .691 1988-89 37 77-157 .490 7-17 .412 84-110 .764 1989-90 29 126-287 .439 22-53 .415 95-113 .841 Career 92 252-539 .468 31-76 .408 226-291 .777 Mike Newbold (Herrin, Ill./Herrin HS) 1976, 77, 78 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1975-76 25 38-89 .427 11-21 1976-77 21 49-112 .438 20-27 1977-78 9 8-19 .421 2-3 Career 55 95-220 .432 33-51

Reb/Avg 38/1.5 79/2.1 85/2.9 202/2.2

A 97 134 164 395

BL 3 3 4 10

Pts/Avg 2/0.5 23/1.6 25/1.4

S 18 32 48 98

Pts/Avg 147/5.7 251/6.8 372/12.8 770/8.4

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .524 .741 .667 1/0.1 .647

Pts/Avg 87/3.5 118/5.6 18/2.0 223/4.1

Vas’Shun Newborne (Natchez, Miss./Natchez HS) 2005, 2006 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 2004-05 30 50-122 .410 6-29 .207 7-13 .538 86/2.9 25 6 19 2005-06 29 31-87 .356 2-18 .111 17-30 .567 61/2.1 8 3 9 Career 59 81-209 .388 8-47 .170 24-43 .558 147/2.5 33 9 28 Jim Nichols (St. Louis, Mo./McBride HS) 1942, 43 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1941-42 20 14 8 1942-43 21 40 19 Career 41 54 27

Pts/Avg 113/3.8 81/2.8 194/3.3

Pts/Avg 36/1.8 99/4.7 135/3.3

Dale Nieman (Jennings, Mo./Corpus Christi HS) 1965, 66, 67 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1965-66 10 10-27 .370 1-3 .333 1966-67 22 31-82 .378 14-23 .609 Career 32 41-109 .376 15-26 .577

Pts/Avg 21/2.1 76/3.5 97/3.0

Rich Niemann (St. Louis, Mo./DuBourg HS) 1966, 67, 68 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1965-66 13 16-37 .432 9-14 1966-67 26 186-355 .524 98-117 1967-68 26 161-308 .523 95-117 Career 65 363-700 .519 202-248

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .643 .838 .812 329/12.6 .815

Pts/Avg 41/3.2 470/18.1 417/16.0 928/14.3

Bill Nordmann (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1961, 62, 63 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1960-61 29 97-227 .427 66-107 1961-62 26 66-162 .407 46-71 1962-63 27 85-197 .431 60-97 Career 82 248-586 .423 172-275

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .617 .648 .619 .625

Pts/Avg 260/9.0 178/6.8 231/8.6 669/8.2

Bob Nordmann (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1959, 60, 61 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1958-59 26 49-93 .527 31-69 1959-60 27 173-310 .558 93-173 1960-61 9 45-76 .592 27-53 Career 62 267-479 .557 151-295

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .449 .538 .509 .512

Pts/Avg 129/4.9 439/16.3 117/13.0 685/11.0

Carvin Norman (Memphis, Tenn./Westwood HS) 1984, 85 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1983-84 28 106-217 .488 135-171 .789 1984-85 24 83-171 .485 88-115 .765 174/7.3 Career 52 189-388 .487 223-286 .780

A 34 18 52

BL S 1 30 1 19 2 49

Joe Nouss (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1940 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1939-40 2 Harvey Null 1947, 49 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1946-47 14 5 2 1948-49 9 2-6 .333 1 Career 23 7 3

Pts/Avg 356/12.7 254/10.6 610/11.7

Pts/Avg

Pts/Avg 12/0.9 5/0.6 17/0.7

David Nyquist 1916

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Ray Obie (St. Louis, Mo./McBride HS) 1947, 48 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1946-47 25 20 1947-48 9 8-27 .296 Career 34 28 Izik Ohanon (Tel Aviv, Israel) 2003, 04, 05 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A 2002-03 22 43-106 .406 2-9 2003-04 32 88-205 .429 2-14 2004-05 30 149-283 .527 0-2 Career 84 280-594 .471 4-25

Pct. .222 .143 .000 .160

Ken Oldfield 1928, 29, 30 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1929-30 19 42

FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 11 2-21 .095 13

FT-A 20-36 52-73 56-79 128-188

Pct. .556 .712 .709 .681

Reb/Avg 70/3.2 90/2.8 161/5.4 321/3.8

A 14 36 50 100

Pts/Avg 51/0.8 18/2.0 69/1.1

BL S 4 2 12 21 3 29 19 52

Pts/Avg 108/4.9 230/7.2 354/11.8 692/8.2

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 14

Pts/Avg 98/5.2

Frank O’Leary (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1923 Jack O’Reilly 1924, 25, 26 Barry Orms (St. Louis, Mo./Beaumont HS) 1966, 67, 68 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1965-66 26 53-131 .405 20-34 1966-67 26 101-208 .486 28-52 1967-68 26 138-342 .404 52-79 Career 78 292-681 .429 100-165

Pct. Reb/Avg .588 .538 .658 135/5.1 .606

A BL S 0 1 1 2

Pts/Avg 126/4.8 230/8.8 328/12.6 684/8.8

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .500 2/0.3

Pts/Avg 3/0.4

Joe Ossola (Collinsville, Ill./Collinsville HS) 1947—50 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1946-47 16 6 5 1947-48 27 75-272 .276 71-114 .623 1948-49 26 88-278 .317 78-105 .743 1949-50 26 124-327 .379 68-95 .716 Career 95 293 222

Pts/Avg 17/1.1 221/8.2 264/10.2 316/12.2 818/8.6

Wayne Ortmann (St. Louis, Mo./Cleveland HS) 1951, 52 Jim Ossola (Collinsville, Ill./Collinsville HS) 1954 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1953-54 8 1-6 .167 1-2

Dan O’Sullivan (St. Louis, Mo./Christian Brothers College HS) 1938, 39 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1937-38 29 42 55 1938-39 20 22 42 Career 49 64 97 Jack O’Toole (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1924, 25 Roland Otto (Watertown, S.D./Watertown HS) 1942 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1941-42 20 22 21

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Pts/Avg 65/3.3

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Bob Page (Madison, Ill./Madison HS) 1955 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1954-55 9 2-8 .250

FT-A 9-10

Bill Paradoski (Kirkwood, Mo./ Vianney HS) 1971, 72, 73 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1970-71 9 3-9 .333 4-5 1971-72 26 81-149 .544 81-98 1972-73 26 80-152 .526 41-71 Career 61 164-310 .529 126-174 Johnnie Parker (St. Louis, Mo./Central HS) 1977, 78 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1976-77 25 96-231 .416 61-93 1977-78 6 9-21 .429 5-8 Career 31 105-252 .417 66-101 ich Parks (St. Louis, Mo./Sumner HS) 1964, 65, 66 R Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1963-64 25 72-201 .358 38-65 1964-65 18 63-152 .414 26-44 1965-66 26 194-415 .467 95-154 Career 69 329-768 .428 159-263 Pat Partington (Sparta, Ill./Sparta HS) 1952, 53 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1951-52 25 18-64 .281 8-12 1952-53 21 27-88 .307 9-12 Career 46 45-152 .296 17-24

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .900 1/0.1

Pct. Reb/Avg .800 .827 .577 .724

A BL S 3 63 96 162

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .656 .625 26/4.3 .653

Pts/Avg 13/1.4

Pts/Avg 10/1.1 243/9.3 201/7.7 454/7.4

Pts/Avg 257/10.3 23/3.8 280/9.0

Pts/Avg 182/7.3 152/8.4 483/18.6 817/11.8

Pct. .667 .750 .708

Reb/Avg A BL S 16/0.6 27/1.3 43/0.9

Pts/Avg 44/1.8 63/3.0 107/2.3

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .500 4/0.5

Pts/Avg 6/0.8

Chris Peay (St. Louis, Mo./University City HS) 1987, 88 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1986-87 13 10-29 .345 1-10 .100 4-4 1.000 6/0.5 8 1987-88 4 0-1 .000 2-4 .500 Career 17 10-30 .333 6-8 .750

Pts/Avg 25/1.9 2/0.5 27/1.6

FT-A 4-8

Evan Pedersen (St. Louis, Mo./Parkway West HS) 1993, 94 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. 1992-93 29 70-152 .461 1-2 .500 27-38 .711 1993-94 29 47-93 .505 4-12 .333 15-22 .682 Career 58 117-245 .478 5-14 .357 42-60 .700

Reb/Avg 129/4.4 89/3.1 218/3.8

A 26 13 39

BL S 7 12 5 13 12 25

Pts/Avg 168/5.8 113/3.9 281/4.8

Marque Perry (Chicago, Ill./Prosser HS) 2000—03 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1999-00 25 52-112 .464 2-21 .095 44-64 .688 27/1.1 2000-01 31 102-243 .420 15-49 .306 93-123 .756 75/2.4 2001-02 27 134-305 .439 18-72 .250 96-127 .756 73/2.7 2002-03 30 183-424 .432 20-77 .260 128-160.800 142/4.7 97 Career 113 471-1084 .435 55-219 .251 361-474 .762 317/2.8

A 50 107 89 7 343

BL S Pts/Avg 4 10 150/6.0 4 37 312/10.1 2 25 382/14.1 29 514/17.1 17 101 1358/12.0

George Perkinson 1938

Al Pezolt 1930 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1929-30 1 Don Philpott 1930, 32 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1931-32 5 Rick Plate (St. Louis, Mo./Riverview Gardens HS) 1978 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1977-78 13 8-18 .444 11-18 .611 20/1.5

Pts/Avg

Pts/Avg

Pts/Avg 27/2.1

Jack Plunkert (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1929, 30, 31 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S Pts/Avg 1929-30 11 5 2 12/1.1 1930-31 4 Career 15

98

S 6

Pts/Avg 42/2.6

Dwayne Polk (St. Louis, Mo./Vashon HS) 2005-08 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 2004-05 30 57-162 .352 20-76 .263 40-70 2005-06 29 38-116 .328 8-46 .174 19-30 2006-07 33 55-145 .379 24-77 .312 31-43 2007-08 31 37-81 .333 11-39 .282 13-29 Career 123 177-504 .351 63-238 .265 103-172

Pct. .571 .633 .721 .448 .599

S 34 17 23 17 91

Pts/Avg 174/5.8 103/3.6 165/5.0 78/2.5 520/4.2

Monte Poole (Atlanta, Ga./Douglass HS) 1980, 81 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1979-80 18 14-25 .560 8-13 1980-81 25 50-102 .490 28-40 Career 43 64-127 .504 36-53

Pct. Reb/Avg .615 18/1.0 .700 .679

A BL S 1 7 2 10 8

Pts/Avg 36/2.0 128/5.1 164/3.8

Randy Pulley (Raleigh, N.C./Word of God HS) 2002 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 2001-02 31 52-136 .382 4-27 .148 46-63 .730 45/1.5 70 1 19

Pts/Avg 154/5.0

Mike Putnam (Ottumwa, Iowa/Walsh HS) 1965 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1964-65 9 7-16 .438

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .250

Pts/Avg 15/1.7

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1

Pts/Avg 1/0.5

Gary Rafe (Herrin, Ill./Herrin HS) 1976 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1975-76 1 1-1 1.091

Pts/Avg 2/2.0

Manuel Rapp (Herculaneum, Mo./Herculaneum HS) 1932 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1931-32 13 1 2

Pts/Avg 4/0.3

Henry Raymonds (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1946, 47, 48 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1942-43 12 4 3 1945-46 24 66 29 1946-47 20 10 15 1947-48 15 1-28 .036 5-8 .625 Career 71 81 52

Pts/Avg 11/0.9 161/6.7 35/1.8 7/0.5 214/3.0

John Redden (St. Louis, Mo./Marquette HS) 1997—2000 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1996-97 17 15-43 .349 4-5 .800 6-15 1997-98 22 25-67 .373 6-15 .400 20-40 1998-99 24 13-45 .289 3-13 .231 21-30 1999-00 23 17-56 .304 2-16 .125 30-45 Career 86 70-211 .332 15-49 .306 77-130

S 6 35 16 28 85

Pts/Avg 40/2.4 76/3.5 50/2.1 66/2.9 232/2.7

Steve Redshaw (Winchester, Ill./Winchester HS) 1957, 58, 59 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1956-57 20 5-23 .217 4-10 .400 27/1.4 1957-58 19 32 6-12 .500 1958-59 20 28-85 .329 11-25 .440 Career 59 65 21-47 .447

Pts/Avg 14/0.7 70/3.7 67/3.4 151/3.9

Reb/Avg 69/2.3 41/1.4 83/2.5 52/1.7 245/2.0

A 78 52 78 65 273

BL 10 4 7 7 28

Walter Pope 1927 Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .585 .591 .617 .605

Jim Paul (Chicago, Ill./St. Ignatius HS) 1954 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1953-54 8 1-4 .250

Greg Polite (Nichols, Fla./Mulberry HS) 1983 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL 1982-83 16 15-29 .517 12-15 .800 34/2.0 1 4

FT-A 1-4

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Pct. .400 .500 .700 .667 .592

Reb/Avg 22/1.3 52/2.4 31/1.3 32/1.4 137/1.6

Willie Reed (Kansas City, Mo./Bishop Miege HS) 2008-10 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 08-09 32 97-176 .551 0-0 .000 53-97 .546 146/4.6 09-10 35 176-300 .587 0-0 .000 83-175 .474 278/7.9 Totals 67 273-476 .574 0-0 .000 136-272 .500 424/6.3

A 1 42 40 34 117

A 6 27 33

BL 0 0 1 1 2

BL 40 73 113

S Pts/Avg 7 247/7.7 26 435/12.4 33 682/10.2

Dolor Rehm (Carlyle, Ill./St. Mary’s HS) 1951

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Alumni Donnell Reid (St. Louis, Mo./Beaumont HS) 1961, 62, 63 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1960-61 30 85-215 .395 46-67 .687 1961-62 26 92-227 .405 30-47 .638 1962-63 28 131-312 .420 47-77 .610 Career 84 308-754 .408 123-191.644 Jeff Reid (Topeka, Kan./Hayden HS) 2009-10 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 2009-10 5 1-4 .250 0-1 .000 Paul Reid (Louisville, Ky.) 1945 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1944-45 10 5

FT-A 0-0

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL .000 1/0.2 0 1

Wallace Robinson (Brookhaven, Miss./Brookhaven HS) 1982 Pts/Avg 216/7.2 214/8.2 309/11.0 739/8.8

Jim Roder (St. Louis, Mo./DeSmet HS) 1986, 87 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1985-86 30 70-158 .443 48-77 .623 1986-87 35 88-154 .571 0-4 49-71 .690 97/2.8 Career 65 158--312 .506 97-148 .655

A 118 235 353

Pct. Reb/Avg .766 .867 .825 .822

A BL S Pts/Avg 57 367/12.7 70 488/18.8 76 638/24.5 203 1493/18.4

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .636 38/1.6 .754 .736

Pts/Avg 51/2.1 266/10.2 317/6.3

Mark Rhode (St. Louis, Mo./Lutheran South HS) 1977—80 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1976-77 17 16-39 .410 6-12 .500 1977-78 24 26-65 .400 7-20 .350 71/3.0 1978-79 27 106-219 .484 80-112 .714 1979-80 27 118-214 .551 80-114 .702 171/6.3 Career 95 266-537 .495 173-258 .671 26

Pts/Avg 38/2.2 59/2.5 292/10.8 316/11.7 705/7.4

Martin Rossini (St. Paul, Minn.) 1935, 36, 37 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1934-35 9 2 1935-36 9 0 1936-37 20 24 Career 38 26

Pts/Avg 6/0.7 0/0.0 66/3.3 72/1.9

S 0

Pts/Avg 2/0.4

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 2

Pts/Avg 12/1.2

Harry Rogers (St. Louis, Mo./Sumner HS) 1971, 72, 73 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1970-71 29 136-325 .418 95-124 1971-72 26 182-385 .473 124-143 1972-73 26 246-498 .494 146-177 Career 81 564-1208 .467 365-444

S 3

Pts/Avg 22/1.0

Rich Rogers (St. Louis, Mo./Beaumont HS) 1957, 58 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1956-57 24 22-47 .468 7-11 1957-58 26 110 46-61 Career 50 131 53-72

BL S 1 1 7 9 2 10 1 3 2 2 13 25

Pts/Avg 6/1.5 99/4.3 46/2.0 9/1.5 20/0.9 180/2.3

Dan Reily 1922 Marcus Relphorde (Homewood, Ill./American Christian [Pa.] HS) 2008 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL 2007-08 21 9-26 .346 0-4 .000 4-6 .667 10/0.5 2 1 Dale Renken (St. Charles, Mo./Francis Howell HS) 1984—88 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1983-84 4 3-6 .500 0-1 .000 1984-85 23 33-80 .413 33-46 .717 79/3.4 1985-86 23 17-42 .405 12-24 .500 1986-87 6 4-10 .400 1-4 .250 3/0.5 1987-88 21 9-14 .643 0-1 .000 19/0.9 Career 77 66-152 .434 46-76 .605

harlie Ries (St. Louis, Mo./Cleveland HS) 1972, 73, 74 C Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1971-72 7 4-11 .364 4-4 1972-73 13 22-60 .367 8-14 1973-74 18 41-126 .325 25-35 Career 38 67-197 .340 37-53

Pct. Reb/Avg 1.00 .571 .714 .698

A 0 20 5 1 5 31

A BL S 7 20 34 61

Pts/Avg 12/1.7 52/4.0 107/5.9 171/4.5

Rick Rineberg (Quincy, Ill./Quincy HS) 1964, 65, 66 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1963-64 24 74-196 .378 45-68 1964-65 27 98-257 .381 50-72 1965-66 26 111-246 .451 52-67 Career 77 283-699 .405 147-207

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .662 .694 .776 .710

Pts/Avg 193/8.0 246/9.1 274/10.5 713/9.3

Les Roberts (St. Louis, Mo./Roosevelt HS) 1929, 30, 31 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S Pts/Avg 1929-30 15 10 2 22/1.5 1930-31 18 Career 33 Troy Robertson (St. Charles, Mo./West HS) 1997—2000 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1996-97 20 15-55 .273 8-27 .296 10-11 1997-98 33 20-48 .417 11-23 .478 30-40 1998-99 31 31-70 .443 12-32 .375 46-64 1999-00 33 30-76 .395 21-53 .396 10-16 Career 117 96-249 .386 52-135 .385 96-131

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 2 0 18 20

Pct. Reb/Avg .909 16/0.8 .750 51/1.5 .719 55/1.8 .625 40/1.2 .733 162/1.4

A 6 24 44 33 107

BL 5 3 2 5 15

S 8 11 21 14 54

Pts/Avg 48/2.4 81/2.5 120/3.9 91/2.8 340/2.9

David Robinson (Rock Island, Ill./Rock Island HS) 1994, 95 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. 1993-94 29 68-142 .479 0-11 .000 49-76 .645 1994-95 31 107-219 .489 9-29 .310 74-114 .649 Career 60 175-361 .485 9-40 .225 123-190 .647

Reb/Avg 136/4.7 212/6.8 348/5.8

A 24 36 60

BL S 5 26 8 35 13 61

Pts/Avg 185/6.4 297/9.6 482/8.0

Melvin Robinson (St. Louis, Mo./Vashon HS) 1990, 91, 92 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1989-90 29 94-145 .648 34-62 1990-91 33 157-243 .646 56-93 1991-92 7 41-67 .612 8-19 Career 69 292-455 .642 98-174

Reb/Avg 110/3.8 181/5.5 54/7.7 345/5.0

A 13 23 9 45

BL 47 66 10 123

Pts/Avg 223/7.7 370/11.2 90/12.9 683/9.9

Pct. .548 .602 .421 .563

S 2 16 5 23

Pts/Avg 188/6.3 225/6.4 413/6.4

Robert Rotchford 1920 Tony Rubich (St. Louis, Mo./Southwest HS) 1948 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1947-48 9 1-4 .250 1-3

Rom Riley 1927

BL S 3 25 6 32 9 57

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .333

Pts/Avg 3/0.3

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1

Pts/Avg 1/1.0

Herm Runde (Itopolis, Ill.) 1945 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1944-45 11 51 22-54 .400

Pts/Avg 124/11.3

Tom Russell (Bowling Green, Mo.) 1951, 52, 53 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1950-51 30 32-96 .333 1951-52 28 28-75 .373 1952-53 24 12-50 .240 Career 82 72-221 .326

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .462 .591 28/1.0 .682 25/1.0 .554

Pts/Avg 82/2.7 69/2.5 39/1.6 190/2.3

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 13

Pts/Avg 65/3.3

Bob Ruhe 1943 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1942-43 1

FT-A 18-39 13-22 15-22 46-83

Francis Ryan 1918 Jack Ryan 1941 Mike Ryan 1936 Year GP 1935-36 20

FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 26

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Phil Sanders (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1922, 23, 24 Rich Sanders (St. Louis, Mo./Vashon HS) 1959, 60, 61 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1958-59 20 4-29 .138 3-10

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .300

Pts/Avg 11/0.6

Earl Sauer 1920

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Alumni John Schaefer (Breese, Ill./Mater Dei HS) 1968 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1967-68 3 1-3 .333 0-0

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .000 3/1.0

Pts/Avg 2/0.7

Marv Schatzman (St. Louis, Mo./Soldan HS) 1946—49 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1945-46 24 99 32 1946-47 28 54 17 1947-48 26 54-152 .355 28-54 .519 1948-49 26 55-203 .271 27-46 .587 Career 104 262 104

Pts/Avg 230/9.6 125/4.5 136/5.2 137/5.3 628/6.0

Norm Schaulat (Collinsville, Ill./Collinsville HS) 1951, 52 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1950-51 28 17-53 .321 9-18 .500 Raymond Schmandt 1916 Bob Schmidt (St. Louis, Mo./Cleveland HS) 1947—50 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1946-47 29 76 41 1947-48 27 57-224 .254 42-57 .737 1947-48 17 4-27 .148 2-3 .667 1949-50 26 94-336 .280 63-91 .692 Career 99 227 148

A BL S 51 11 2 1 62

Pts/Avg 129/5.0 40/2.0 169/3.7

Steve Schroeder (Ferguson, Mo./St. Thomas Aquinas HS) 1969, 70 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1968-69 14 1-4 .250 4-7 .571 1969-70 2 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 Career 16

Pts/Avg 6/0.4 0/0.0

Edward Scott (Atkinson, Neb./St. Joseph’s HS) 1949, 50, 51 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1948-49 23 21-69 .304 11-20 .550 1949-50 26 42-112 .375 7-14 .500 1950-51 30 137-395 .347 47-68 .691 Career 79 200-576 .347 65-102 .637

Pts/Avg 53/2.3 91/3.5 321/10.7 465/5.9

Leartha Scott (Chicago, Ill./Gordon Tech) 1974 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1973-74 23 121-273 .443 44-68 .647 77

Pts/Avg 286/12.4

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Ed Shea (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1933 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1931-32 18 21 11 1932-33 12 6 Career 30 27

Pts/Avg 53/2.9 12/1.0 65/2.2

Pts/Avg 193/6.7 156/5.8 10/0.6 251/9.7 610/6.2

Jeff Schneider (Louisville, Ky./DeSales HS) 1979,80, 81 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1979-80 26 50-111 .450 29-47 1980-81 20 17-33 .515 6-11 Career 46 67-144 .465 35-58

John Seyfert (Stevensville, Mont./Stevensville HS) 2002 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL 2001-02 19 4-10 .400 3-12 .250 24/1.3 2 10

Pts/Avg 102/5.1 254/9.4 337/13.0 693/9.5

Jim Shea (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1930, 31, 32 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1929-30 6 1930-31 11 Career 17

Pts/Avg 6/0.8

Al Serkin (Brooklyn, N.Y./Thomas Jefferson HS) 1955, 56, 57 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1954-55 14 9-24 .375 13-26 .500 37/2.6 1955-56 25 103 59-105 .562 1956-57 28 98-245 .400 70-126 .556 221/7.9 Career 67 210 142-257 .553 179/5

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .690 2/0.1 .719 .670 145/5.6 .690

Pts/Avg 43/1.5

Joe Schmidt (St. Louis, Mo./Cleveland HS) 1948, 49 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1948-49 8 2-12 .167 2-2 1.095

Pct. Reb/Avg .617 61/2.4 .545 .603

Craig Shaver (Louisville, Ky./Shawnee HS) 1976, 78, 79 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1975-76 20 41-89 .461 20-29 1977-78 27 204-222 .919 46-64 1978-79 26 137-234 .585 63-94 Career 73 382-545 .701 129-187

Pts/Avg 31/2.2 265/10.6 266/9.5 562/8.4

Pts/Avg 11/0.6

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Dan Sheehan (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1951, 52, 53 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1950-51 9 4-7 .571 1-11 1952-53 8 3-5 .600 3-4 Career 17 7-12 .583 4-15

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .091 .750 3/0.4 .267

Pts/Avg 9/1.0 9/1.1 18/1.1

Jack Shockley (Des Moines, Iowa/East HS) 1952, 53, 54 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1951-52 23 15-47 .319 8-19 1952-53 21 26-71 .366 20-29 1953-54 19 27-80 .338 13-18 Career 63 68-198 .343 41-66

Pct. .421 .690 .722 .621

Reb/Avg A BL S 30/1.3 95/4.5 63/3.3 188/3.0

Pts/Avg 38/1.7 72/3.4 67/3.5 177/2.8

Kevin Shortal (Kirkwood, Mo./St. Louis University HS) 2003 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 2002-03 3 2-2 1.00 1-1 1.091 1

Pts/Avg 5/1.7

Larry Simmons (Missouri City, Texas/Dulles HS) 1997—2000 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1996-97 16 9-31 .290 1-8 .125 4-10 .400 1997-98 30 33-88 .375 7-23 .304 9-15 .600 21/0.7 1998-99 30 35-77 .455 17-37 .459 14-23 .609 43/1.4 1999-00 13 7-15 .467 2-8 .250 3-6 .500 48/3.7 Career 89 84-211 .398 27-76 .355 30-54 .556

A 12 14 12 2 40

BL S 2 2 3 11 4 9 0 1 9 23

Pts/Avg 23/1.4 82/2.7 101/3.4 19/1.5 225/2.5

Isiah Singletary (Clearwater, Fla./Clearwater HS) 1982, 83 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1981-82 27 146-307 .476 31-42 .738 7/0.3 1982-83 28 146-312 .468 58-63 .921 Career 55 292-619 .472 89-105 .848

A 37 33 70

BL S 13 12 8 15 21 27

Pts/Avg 323/12.0 350/12.5 673/12.2

Carlos Skinner (East St. Louis, Ill./East St. Louis HS) 1991, 92 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1990-91 24 69-112 .616 32-46 .696 1991-92 13 33-74 .446 22-35 .629 135/10.4 Career 37 102-186 .548 54-81 .667

A 5 11 16

BL S 6 14 3 4 9 18

Pts/Avg 170/7.1 88/6.8 258/6.9

Reb/Avg A BL S 7/0.5 26/1.1 22/0.9 55/0.9

Pts/Avg 15/1.0 52/2.2 69/2.9 136/2.2

Gary Simpson (Granite City, Ill./Granite City HS) 1975

Bill Slattery (St. Louis, Mo./Normandy HS) 1953, 54, 55 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1952-53 15 4-13 .308 7-8 1953-54 24 18-70 .257 16-22 1954-55 24 23-65 .354 23-30 Career 63 45-148 .304 46-60

Pct. .875 .727 .767 .767

Eugene Seymour 1918 Rashid Shabazz (Muncie, Ind./Central HS) 1991 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL 1990-91 21 9-21 .429 1-4 .250 2-2 1.000 24/1.1 3 0

S 2

Pts/Avg 21/1.0

Carlos Sharlow (St. Genevieve, Mo./Chaminade HS) 1998, 99 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL 1997-98 4 0-1 .000 1-2 .500 14/3.5 1998-99 2 2-2 1.095 2/1.0 1 Career 6 2-3 .667 16/2.7

S 1 1 2

Pts/Avg 1/0.3 4/2.0 5/0.8

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Chris Sloan (St. Charles, Mo./Francis Howell North HS) 2001-04 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 2000-01 29 15-39 .385 1-7 .143 8-19 .421 41/1.4 2001-02 31 38-89 .427 1-8 .125 39-64 .609 99/3.2 2002-03 30 80-166 .482 16-44 .364 53-76 .697 114/3.8 2003-04 32 98-206 .476 22-76 .289 62-123 .504 153/4.8 Career 122 231-500 .462 40-135 .296 162-282 .574 407/3.3

A 29 31 24 71 155

BL 0 9 9 12 30

S Pts/Avg 7 39/1.3 37 116/3.7 32 229/7.6 49 310/9.7 125 694/5.7

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Alumni Brian Smith (Chicago, Ill./Crete-Monee HS) 1992, 93 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1991-92 21 24-66 .462 0-1 .296 16-36 1992-93 29 41-75 .364 18-47 Career 50 65-141. 461 34-83

Pct. .574 .444 .410

BL S 15 6 28 7 43 13

Pts/Avg 64/5.7 100/3.0 164/3.3

Grady Smith (Puxico, Mo./Puxico HS) 1954, 55, 56 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1953-54 25 51-151 .338 42-58 1954-55 28 135-282 .479 63-98 1955-56 25 17 118-160 Career 78 203 223-316

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .383 54/2.2 .724 130/2.2 .643 .706

Pts/Avg 144/3.4 333/5.8 474/11.9 951/12.2

Reb/Avg 64/3.0 89/3.1 153/3.1

A 6 12 18

Don Stanton (Pinckneyville, Ill./Pinckneyville HS) 1953, 54, 55 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1952-53 24 13-39 .333 26-45 .578 11/0.5 1955-56 12 1-3 .333 Career 36 27-48 .563 Tom Stanton (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1924, 25, 26 Todd Starks (Fort Wayne, Ill./Southside HS) 1989 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1988-89 27 27-53 .509 22-32 .688 32/1.2 30 2 27

Pts/Avg 52/2.2 7/0.6 59/1.6

Pts/Avg 76/2.8

Richard Steele (St. Louis, Mo./Kenrick HS) 1922, 23, 24 John Smith (St. Louis, Mo./McBride HS) 1962—65 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1961-62 8 18-50 .360 19-25 1962-63 28 80-220 .364 70-99 1963-64 18 74-166 .446 63-83 1964-65 3 4-12 .333 3-5 Career 57 176-448 .393 155-212

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .738 .760 .707 .759 .731

Jon Smith (Columbus, Ohio/Grove City HS) 2009-10 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 2009-10 35 39-67 .582 0-0 --- 9-19 .474 97/2.8 10 32 9 Larry Smith (Webster Groves, Mo./Christian Brothers College HS) 1956, 57 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1955-56 9 1 4-6 .667 1956-57 25 13-28 5-13 .385 51/2.0 Career 34 14 9-19 .474 Mike Smith (Charleston, Mo./Charleston HS) 1978 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1977-78 7 0-7 .000 2-3

Pts/Avg 55/19.0 230/6.9 244/8.2 11/13.6 540/9.5

Pts/Avg 87/2.5

Pts/Avg 6/0.0 31/0.7 37/1.1

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .667

Pts/Avg 2/0.7

Tom Smith (Davenport, Iowa/St. Ambrose Academy) 1958, 59, 60 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1957-58 25 65 35-51 .686 1958-59 25 29-82 .354 12-27 .444 1959-60 23 16-47 .340 8-14 .571 Career 73 110 55-92 .598

Pts/Avg 165/0.3 70/6.6 40/2.8 275/3.7

Vincent Smith (Little Rock, Ark./Central HS) 89, 90 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1988-89 36 85-220 .340 42-119 .353 42-55 1989-90 6 5-23 .386 1-11 .353 6-8 Career 42 90-243 .370 43-130 .331 48-63

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .571 45/1.3 66 4 28 .764 7/1.2 6 0 3 .762 52/1.2 72 4 31

Pts/Avg 254/1.7 17/7.1 271/6.5

Ray Steiner (Bland, Mo./Bland HS) 1951, 52 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1950-51 30 108-308 .351 50-98 .510 1951-52 31 147-448 .328 84-139 .604 65/2.1 Career 61 255-756 .337 134-237 .565

Pts/Avg 266/2.8 378/8.9 644/10.6

Ray Steitz (St. Louis, Mo./Christian Brothers College HS) 1939, 40, 41 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1938-39 12 7 1 1939-40 18 18 14 1940-41 17 25 10-20 .500 Career 47 50 25

Pts/Avg 15/1.3 50/2.8 60/3.5 125/2.7

Marty Stenoish (Peoria, Ill./Bergan HS) 1974 Orlando Stewart (Owensboro, Ky. /Owensboro HS) 1991 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1990-91 29 107-271 .395 27-67 .403 53-78 .679 82/2.8 111 2 44

Pts/Avg 294/10.1

Stilley 1918 Sam Stipanovich (Youngstown, Ohio/Chaney HS) 1955, 56 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1954-55 11 6-16 .375 4-8 .500 13/2.8 1955-56 14 4 11-16 .688 Career 25 10 15-24 .625

Pts/Avg 16/1.5 19/1.4 35/1.4

Tim Stock (St. Louis, Mo./DeSmet HS) 1984, 85 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1983-84 15 13-30 .433 9-10 .900 4 1 2 1984-85 3 2-7 .285 0-0 .000 1/0.3 0 0 0 Career 18 15-37 .405

Pts/Avg 35/2.3 4/1.3 39/2.2

Tom Stokes 1925, 26 Walter Songer (St. Louis, Mo./McKinley HS) 1938, 39 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1937-38 14 6 1 1938-39 12 4 1 Career 26 10 2

Pts/Avg 13/0.9 9/0.8 22/0.8

Jerry Strange (St. Louis, Mo./Christian Brothers College HS) 1962, 63 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1961-62 22 19-54 .352 12-25 .480 1962-63 20 16-48 .333 6-17 .353 Career 42 35-102 .343 18-42 .429 31

Pts/Avg 50/2.3 38/1.9 88/2.1

Ray Sonnenberg (Collinsville, Ill./Collinsville HS) 1950, 51, 52 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1949-50 18 16-58 .276 17-24 .708 1950-51 30 105-295 .356 67-94 .713 1951-52 31 98-271 .362 50-87 .575 107/3.5 Career 79 219-624 .351 134-205 .654

Pts/Avg 49/2.7 277/9.2 246/7.9 572/7.2

Hamilton Strong (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1928, 29, 30 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1929-30 20 81-230 .352 28

Pts/Avg 190/9.5

Harry Sortal (Ziegler, Ill./Ziegler HS) 1942, 43 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1941-42 17 21 .356

Pts/Avg 59/3.5

FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 17

Don Spencer (St. Louis, Mo./Southwest HS) 1960, 61, 62 Richard Stallworth (Stockton, Calif./Edison HS) 1970, 71, 72 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1969-70 23 32-71 .451 31-49 .633 93/4.0 1970-71 28 92-190 .484 51-76 .671 1971-72 26 140-305 .459 70-120 .583 Career 77 264-566 .466 152-245 .620

A BL S 18 73 83 174

Pts/Avg 95/4.1 235/8.4 350/13.5 680/8.8

Jack Strong 1927, 28 Kevin Strozier (Flint, Mich./Flint Central HS) 1982, 83 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1981-82 27 131-292 .449 32-48 1982-83 16 31-60 .517 10-16 Career 43 162-352 .460 42-64

BL S 2 23 1 7 3 30

Pts/Avg 293/10.9 72/4.5 365/8.5

Dan Suess (Edwardsville, Ill./Edwardsville HS) 1967, 68, 69 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1966-67 10 4-8 .517 3-3 .625 1967-68 12 3-12 .250 10-16 1.00 7/0.5 1968-69 18 9-20 .250 11-16 .625 Career 40 16-40 .400 24-35 .686

Pts/Avg 11/4.5 16/1.1 29/1.3 56/1.4

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A 72 46 118

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Alumni Larry Sykes (Baltimore, Md./Dunbar HS) 1953 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1952-53 12 3-9 .250

FT-A 8-11

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .625 4/0.3

Pts/Avg 14/1.3

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Joe Uelk (Chicago, Ill./ Mt. Carmel HS) 1955, 56 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1954-55 18 10-28 .357 1955-56 16 6 Career 34 16

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .400 20/1.1 .600 .457

Pts/Avg 30/1.7 18/1.1 48/1.4

Sam Ulrich (Pinckneyville, Ill./ Pinckneyville HS) 1964, 65, 66 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1963-64 25 73-206 .354 30-65 .462 1964-65 24 53-137 .387 23-39 .590 1965-66 26 100-189 .529 34-47 .723 Career 75 226-532 .425 87-151 .576

Pts/Avg 176/7.0 129/5.4 234/9.0 539/7.2

Ed Tabash (St. Louis, Mo./Augustinian Academy) 1968, 69, 70 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1967-68 23 17-41 .333 9-19 .727 9/0.4 1968-69 26 52-142 .415 24-36 .474 1969-70 23 27-73 .366 15-22 .667 34/1.5 34 Career 72 96-256 .375 48-77 .623 34

Pts/Avg 43/1.2 128/1.9 69/4.9 240/3.3

Travis Tadysak (West Allis, Wis./Central HS) 1988–91 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1988-89 33 34-35 .370 13-23 1990-91 19 12-23 .971 0-1 .000 8-8 Career 52 46-58 .793 21-31

S 2 3 5

Pts/Avg 18/3.0 32/0.5 50/1.0

BL 26 29 27 82

S 10 29 17 56

Pts/Avg 159/1.7 266/7.2 275/8.3 700/8.2

A BL 1 2 2 0 3 1 1 0 7 3

S 3 1 0 1 5

Pts/Avg 35/8.9 7/1.9 2/0.4 13/1.3 57/1.0

Tom Thomas (Johnston City, Ill./Johnston City HS) 1967, 68, 69 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1966-67 25 37-102 .363 14-25 .560 1967-68 26 101-279 .362 59-88 .670 90/3.3 1968-69 26 133-323 .412 91-143 .636 Career 77 271-704 .385 164-256 .641

Pts/Avg 88/3.5 261/10.0 357/13.7 706/9.2

Brett Thompson (Vienna, Ill./Vienna HS) 2009 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL 2008-09 30 22-55 .400 2-10 .200 13-18 .722 76/2.5 8 16

S 6

Pts/Avg 59/2.0

Ian Vouyoukas (Athens, Greece) 2004-2007 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 2003-04 21 18-46 .391 0-0 .000 2004-05 27 68-131 .519 0-0 .000 2005-06 29 136-248 .548 0-5 .000 2006-07 33 154-298 .517 5-23 .217 Career 110 376-723 .520 5-28 .179

Henry Tiggs (Chicago, Ill./Orr HS) 1977, 78, 79 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1976-77 15 20-37 .541 15-21 .714 1977-78 17 19-32 .594 10-13 .769 25/1.5 1978-79 13 6-17 .353 6-8 .750 Career 45 45-86 .523 31-42 .738

Pts/Avg 55/3.7 48/2.8 18/1.4 121/2.7

Joe Todd (Morehouse, Mo./Morehouse HS) 1955, 56, 57 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1954-55 27 115-270 .426 53-80 1955-56 25 143 35-86 1956-57 28 142-343 .414 93-141 Career 80 400-613 .653 181-307

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .663 132/4.9 .407 .660 132/4.7 .590

Pts/Avg 283/10.5 321/12.8 377/13.5 981/12.3

FT-A

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL

S

Pts/Avg

FT-A 5-10 21-28 26-38

Pct. .500 .750 .684

Pct. .682 .565 .677

Reb/Avg 73/0.0 33/2.2 106/2.0

A BL 11 4 6 0 17 4

Justin Tatum (St. Louis, Mo./Christian Brothers College HS) 1999, 2000, 01 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A 1998-99 22 57-140 .522 1-3 .000 44-75 1.000 98/1.7 10 1999-00 32 101-218 .407 0-4 .333 64-121 .587 191/4.5 34 2000-01 31 103-226 .463 1-5 .200 68-134 .529 158/6.0 19 Career 85 261-584 .447 2-12 .167 176-330 .533 447/5.3 63 Bob Temm 1939 Craig Thomas (Oklahoma City, Okla./Capital Hill HS) 1981 Jamie Thomas (Springfield, Ill./Griffin HS) 1983—86 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1982-83 18 11-28 .456 13-23 1983-84 18 3-10 .393 1-6 1984-85 13 1-7 .143 0-1 1985-86 10 5-8 .625 3-5 Career 59 20-53 .377 17-35

Guibor Townsend (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1935 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1934-35 2 Ramon Trice (St. Louis, Mo./Vashon HS) 1987, 88 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1986-87 30 42-98 .429 15-30 .500 1987-88 27 42-108 .389 6-31 .194 Career 57 84-206 .408 21-61 .344

Pct. Reb/Avg .507 29/1.6 .565 .000 9/0.2 .600 .486

Reb/Avg 38/1.3 26/1.0 64/1.1

A 34 64 98

BL S 2 6 1 24 3 30

Pts/Avg 104/3.5 111/4.1 215/3.8

Carl Turner (Suitland, Md./Duval HS) 1994, 95 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1993-94 28 60-162 .370 26-79 .329 27-41 .659 32/1.1 1994-95 30 66-186 .355 43-119 .361 44-65 .677 60/2.0 Career 58 126-348 .362 69-198 .348 71-106 .670 92/1.6

A 50 60 110

BL S 0 27 0 19 0 46

Pts/Avg 173/6.2 219/7.3 392/6.6

Lamont Turner (St. Louis, Mo./Vashon HS) 1976 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1975-76 9 30-83 .361 14-22 .636

Pts/Avg 74/8.2

Walt Tylicki (South Milwaukee, Wis./South Milwaukee HS) 1961 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL 1960-61 DNP

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S

Pts/Avg

FT-A 10-25 6-10 16-35

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Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1.00 0/0.0 1

Pts/Avg 37/4.6

Herb Van Deven (St. Louis, Mo./Normandy HS) 1941, 42, 43 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1940-41 17 56 59-88 .670 1941-42 20 74 57 1942-43 21 89 53 Career 58 219 169

Pts/Avg 171/10.1 205/10.3 231/11.0 607/10.5

oss Varner (Holladay, Utah/Skyline HS) 2002, 03, 04 R Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 2001-02 29 41-102 .402 8-18 .444 12-17 2002-03 21 12-40 .300 5-23 .217 4-4 2003-04 31 25-76 .329 12-36 .333 10-17 Career 81 78-218 .358 25-77 .325 26-38

S 13 10 15 38

Pts/Avg 102/3.5 33/1.6 72/2.3 207/2.6

FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 7-0

Pts/Avg 35/5.0

Jose Vidal 1945 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1944-45 7 14

FT-A 5-5

FT-A 10-13 51-93 132-182 96-160 289-448

Pct. .706 1.00 .588 .684

Pct. .769 .548 .725 .600 .645

Reb/Avg 74/2.6 27/1.3 79/2.5 180/2.2

Reb/Avg 36/1.7 145/5.4 215/7.4 244/7.4 640/5.8

A 13 2 20 35

A 4 22 48 49 123

BL 3 1 2 6

BL 3 20 55 57 135

S 3 11 16 9 39

Pts/Avg 46/2.2 187/6.9 404/13.9 409/12.4 1046/9.5

Bob Wade (Anniston, Ala./Cobb HS) 1971, 72 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1970-71 24 78-179 .436 26-40 .650 1971-72 11 6-22 .273 5-9 .556 Career 35 84-201 .418 31-49 .633

A BL S 37 4 41

Pts/Avg 184/7.7 17/1.5 201/5.7

H Waldman (Las Vegas, Nev./Clark HS) 1994, 95 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1993-94 29 88-202 .436 58-141 .411 66-82 1994-95 30 101-225 .449 73-171 .427 63-80 Career 59 189-427 .443 131-312 .420 129-162

A 150 145 295

S 51 74 25

Pts/Avg 300/10.3 338/11.3 638/10.8

Ed Walker (Madison, Ill./Madison HS) 1963, 64, 65 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1962-63 1 1-2 .500 1963-64 2 3-10 .300 2-4 .500 1965-66 4 1-4 .250 4-10 .400 Career 7 5-16 .313

Pts/Avg 2/2.0 8/4.0 6/1.5 16/2.3

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Pct. .805 .788 .796

Reb/Avg 78/2.7 72/2.4 150/2.5

BL 6 5 111

Jamall Walker (Wichita, Kan./Wichita South HS) 1996—99 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. 1995-96 30 46-131 .351 26-72 .361 27-37 .730 1996-97 29 68-198 .343 19-78 .244 19-36 .528 1997-98 33 68-187 .364 28-81 .346 37-60 .617 1998-99 31 35-108 .324 7-33 .212 23-44 .523 Career 123 217-624 .348 80-264 .303 106-177 .599

Reb/Avg 47/1.6 67/2.3 71/2.2 55/1.8 240/1 9

A 64 75 128 83 350

BL 1 0 0 0 1

Jorge Wallace (Memphis, Tenn./Kirby HS) 1988—91 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1988-89 3 0-3 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 1989-90 29 44-79 .557 0-2 .000 19-34 1990-91 28 46-121 .380 4-9 .444 33-53 Career 60 90-203 .443 4-11 .364 52-88

Pct. .000 .559 .623 .591

Reb/Avg 2/0.7 39/1.3 55/2.0 96/1.6

A 0 10 16 26

BL S 0 0 3 9 2 13 5 22

Pts/Avg 0/0.0 107/3.7 129/4.6 236/3.9

J ohn Waller (Sullivan, Mo./Sullivan HS) 1941 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1940-41 10 6

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .167

Pts/Avg 13/1.3

FT-A 1-6

S Pts/Avg 29 145/4.8 27 174/6.0 42 201/6.1 34 100/3.2 132 620/5.0

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Alumni David Walsh 1927, 28 Steve Walsh (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1973, 74, 75 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1972-73 15 21-42 .500 8-14 .571 1973-74 20 39-83 .470 8-15 .533 1974-75 26 51-122 .418 36-46 .783 Career 61 111-247 .449 52-75 .693

A BL S 9 41 55 105

Pts/Avg 50/3.3 86/4.3 138/5.3 274/4.5

Al Walther 1941 Karl Weber 1920, 21, 22

Jack Williams 1935, 36 Year GP FG-A 1935-36 4

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FT-A

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL

S

Forest Willits 1929, 31 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1929-30 1 1930-31 13 Career 14 Julian Winfield (St. Louis, Mo./Cardinal Ritter HS) 1992 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1991-92 27 99-206 .481 4-25 .160 54-98 .551 156/5.8 80 10 27

Pts/Avg

Pts/Avg

Pts/Avg 256/9.5

Carl Weisner (Milwaukee, Wis./Rufus King HS) 1945—48 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1944-45 9 44 20-171 .176 1945-46 23 35 10 1946-47 20 20 16 1947-48 7 4-8 .500 4-13 .308 Career 59 103 50

Pts/Avg 108/12.0 80/3.5 56/2.8 12/1.7 256/4.3

Paul Woerner (Louisville, Ky./DeSales HS) 1980 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1979-80 9 2-8 .250 6-9

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .667 9/1.0

Pts/Avg 10/1.1

John Wells 1983 Year GP FG-A 1982-83 10 2-5

Luke Woltering (Carlyle, Ill./Mater Dei HS) 1997 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1996-97 2 1-4 .250 0-1

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .000 1/0.5

Pts/Avg 2/1.0

Pts/Avg 6/0.6

James Wood 1949 Year GP FG-A 1948-49 4 0-2

Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .000

Pts/Avg

Pct. 3FG-A Pct. .400

FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 2-2 1.095 1

Carl Wentker 1925 Joe Wentker 1925 Daryl Wesley (Orlando, Fla./Evans HS) 1986 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1985-86 4 0-2 .000

Pts/Avg

Willie Whittenberg (Dallas, Texas/Trimble Tech) 1980 D.C. Wilcutt (St. Louis, Mo./Normandy HS) 1943, 47, 48 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1942-43 21 63 32 1946-47 28 46 43 1947-48 27 98-254 .386 67-111 .604 Career 76 207 142

Pts/Avg 158/7.5 135/4.8 263/9.7 556/7.3

Ken Wild (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1945, 47 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1944-45 7 31 17-82 .125 1946-47 7 3 2 Career 14 34 19

Pts/Avg 79/11.3 8/1.1 87/6.2

Bill Wiley (St. Louis, Mo./Cleveland HS) 1948 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1947-48 12 0-10 .000

Pts/Avg 2/0.2

FT-A 2-4

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .500

Joe Wiley (Belleville, Ill./Belleville West HS) 1968, 69, 70 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S Pts/Avg 1967-68 26 153-318 .481 62-101 .614 255/9.8 368/14.2 1968-69 26 164-371 .442 100-125 .800 428/16.5 1969-70 26 215-475 .453 142-180 .789 208/8.0 51 572/22.0 Career 78 532-1164 .457 304-406 .749 1368/17.5 Milt Wiley (Belleville, Ill./Belleville West HS) 1978, 79 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1977-78 15 19-64 .297 2-3 .667 6/0.4 1978-79 24 17-37 .459 5-5 1.000 Career 39 36-101 .356 7-8 .875

Pts/Avg 40/2.7 39/1.6 79/2.0

Kevin Williams (Cape Girardeau, Mo./Central HS) 1983—86 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg 1982-83 28 69-163 .423 17-24 .708 1983-84 28 109-214 .509 22-30 .733 40/1.4 1984-85 26 41-103 .398 14-18 .778 21/0.8 1985-86 29 80-176 .455 9-12 .750 Career 111 299-656 .456 62-84 .738

A 108 87 38 50 283

BL 4 1 0 0 5

S 28 18 11 8 65

Pts/Avg 155/5.5 250/8.9 96/3.7 169/5.8 670/6.0

Rick Williams (Olathe, Kan./Blue Valley HS) 1984, 85 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1983-84 27 76-148 .514 21-25 1984-85 25 37-79 .468 14-16 Career 52 113-227 .498 35-41

Pct. Reb/Avg .840 .875 57/2.3 .854

A 28 17 45

BL S 5 14 3 11 8 25

Pts/Avg 173/6.4 88/3.5 261/5.0

am Williams (St. Louis, Mo./Valley Park HS) 1970, 71 S Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1969-70 19 25-85 .294 40-57 1970-71 22 24-65 .369 22-32 Career 41 49-150 .327 62-89

Pct. Reb/Avg .702 28/1.5 .688 .697

A BL S 29 22 51

Pts/Avg 90/4.7 70/3.2 160/3.9

Jack Wrape (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1947, 48, 49 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1946-47 11 6 1947-48 18 9-32 .281 1948-49 15 1-11 .091 Career 44 16

FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 3 2-8 .250 2-4 .500 7

an Wuebben (Omaha, Neb./Creighton Prep) 1999 D Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1998-99 DNP

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Jack Wuestling (St. Louis, Mo./Beaumont HS) 1943 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1942-43 4 1 1

Pts/Avg 3/0.8

Bill Wynn (Salem, Mo./Salem HS) 1956 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1955-56 16 4

Pts/Avg 13/0.8

FT-A 5-10

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL

Pts/Avg 15/1.4 20/1.1 4/0.3 39/0.9

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .500

Joseph Wynne 1932, 33 Year GP FG Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1930-31 4 1931-32 1 1932-33 13 Career 18

Pts/Avg 12/0.9

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Darin Young (St. Louis, Mo./Kirkwood HS) 2009-10 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 2009-10 7 1-1 1.00 0-0 --- 3-3

Pct. Reb/Avg A BL 1.00 1/0.1 0 0

S 1

Pts/Avg 5/0.7

FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 2-2 1.095 1

Pts/Avg 2/0.7

Fritz Ziegler (Kansas City, Mo./Southwest HS) 1968, 69, 70 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S 1967-68 25 60-170 .353 23-39 .590 76/3.0 1968-69 26 121-303 .399 38-53 .717 1969-70 10 4-13 .308 6-8 .750 20/2.0 Career 61 185-486 .381 67-100 .670

Pts/Avg 143/5.7 280/10.8 14/1.4 437/7.2

Hank Zuchowski (St. Louis, Mo./SLUH) 1963, 64, 65 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A 1962-63 11 8-30 .267 0-2 1963-64 7 10-26 .385 11-14 1964-65 17 31-77 .403 13-20 Career 35 49-133 .368 24-36

Pts/Avg 16/1.5 31/4.4 75/4.4 122/3.5

Leslie Young 1923, 24, 25, 26 Bill Yuracko 1955

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Frank Zavadil (St. Louis, Mo./Cleveland HS) 1959 Kevin Zapoir 1983 Year GP FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 1982-83 3

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Pct. Reb/Avg A BL S .000 .786 .650 .667

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Billikens in the Pros Player Drafted/Rnd Team Abdur Rahiim Al-Matiim* 1986 Wyoming (CBA), Albany (CBA) Matt Baniak Switzerland Pro Anthony Bonner* 1990/1st Sacramento (NBA) Dick Boushka 1955/3rd Minneapolis (NBA) David Burns* 1982/3rd New Jersey (NBA) Erwin Claggett Israel, Cypress Pro, St. Louis (IBL) Virgel Cobbin Birmingham, England Bob Cole 1967/5th San Diego (NBA) Don Dee* 1968/4th Indiana (ABA) Donnie Dobbs Poland Pro Monroe Douglass 1989 Argentina Pro, Finland Pro Anthony Drejaj Kosovo Pro Dave Fergerson France Pro, Sweden Pro Bob Ferry* 1959/1st St. Louis (NBA) Josh Fisher Spain Pro Kevin Footes 1991 Omaha (CBA) Ricky Frazier 1982/2nd Chicago (NBA) Roland Gray* 1989 Spain Pro, Omaha (CBA) Chris Heinrich Austria Pro, Germany Pro, Poland Pro Kelvin Henderson 1980/5th Portland (NBA) Larry Hughes* 1998/1st Philadelphia (NBA), Golden State, Washington, Cleveland, Chicago, New York Jim Irving 1971/ 4th Chicago (NBA) 1971/17th Indiana (ABA) Maurice Jeffers 2001/2nd Sacramento (NBA) Switzerland Pro, Spain Pro, Asheville (NBDL) Jamal Johnson Spain Pro Robin Jones* 1976/FA Portland (NBA) Tom Kieffer 1962/9th Philadelphia (NBA) Jerry Koch 1955/5th Philadelphia (NBA) Tommie Liddell III Uruguay Pro Kevin Lisch Australia Pro Tom Lillis 1953/10th Boston (NBA) Justin Love 2000/FA Phoenix (NBA), China Pro, Ludwigsburg,Ger. Ed Macauley* 1949/1st St. Louis (NBA) Lewis McKinney 1976/5th Boston (NBA) Jim McLaughlin 1956/6th Syracuse (NBA) Luke Meyer Australia Pro Jack Mimlitz 1958/6th Syracuse (NBA) Eugene Moore* 1968/2nd Milwaukee (NBA) 1968/9th Kentucky (ABA) Bill Morris 1974/6th Los Angeles (NBA) Rich Niemann* 1968/4th Detroit (NBA) 1968/9th Indiana (ABA) Bob Nordmann* 1961/3rd Cincinnati (NBA) Izik Ohanon Israel Pro Barry Orms* 1968/8th Baltimore (NBA) Rich Parks* 1966/5th Cincinnati (NBA) Marque Perry* Roanoke (NBDL), Greek Pro, Capo d’Orlando, Italy David Robinson Quad Cities (CBA) Melvin Robinson* Toronto, Minnesota (NBA) Milwaukee (NBA) Harry Rogers* 1973/4th Milwaukee (NBA) 1973/4th Memphis (ABA) Marv Schatzman* 1949/3rd Baltimore (NBA) Isiiah Singletary 1983/10th Washington (NBA) Ray Sonnenberg 1952/11th Rochester (NBA) Ray Steiner 1952/12th Rochester (NBA) H Waldman Israel Pro, Russia Pro D.C. Wilcutt* 1948/2nd St. Louis (NBA) Ian Vouyoukas (Olympiakos B.C.) Greek Pro

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Larry Hughes, seen here playing for the Bulls, was a first-round draft pick of the 76ers in 1998.

Marque Perry playing for Team USA.

Anthony Bonner was a first-round draft choice of the Kings and played for the Knicks and Magic.

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Ed Macauley/Retired Jerseys Ed Macauley is easily the greatest Billiken basketball player in the history of the program and one of the most beloved. He is a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass., and was named one of the top 100 players in NBA history. As a result, his No. 50 is the only number to be retired in Billiken basketball history. After developing into one of the top high school basketball players in the country at St. Louis University High School in 1945, Macauley joined the Billiken basketball program and became an

immediate contributor for coaches John Flanigan and Eddie Hickey. A third-team All-America and firstteam All-Missouri Valley Conference center during 1945-46, he was a firstteam All-American in 1947-48 and 194849. Macauley led SLU to the 1948 NIT championship and was named MVP. He was the 1948-49 Associated Press Collegiate Player of the Year. Macauley still ranks tenth on the Bills’ all-time scoring list with 1,402 points. Macauley was the top draft choice of the NBA’s St. Louis Bombers in 1949 and played one season with them before being traded to the Boston Celtics. He spent six seasons (1950-51 through ’55-56) with the Celtics before being dealt to the St. Louis Hawks. In that trade, the Hawks sent No. 1 draft choice Bill Russell to the Celtics in return for Macauley and Cliff Hagan. Macauley played three seasons with the Hawks and helped St. Louis win the NBA title in 1958-59. He scored more than 11,000 points in nine NBA seasons and ranked with Dolph Schayes and George Mikan as the elite scorers of that era. In fact, Macauley was considered by many to be the best defensive big man of that time until Russell entered the pro game. He played in eight NBA All-Star games and was named All-NBA four times.

Ed Macauley’s No. 50 is the only SLU retired number. (UPI/Bill Greenblatt) Macauley entered the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1960 and later had his number retired by the Celtics. In his postplaying days, he became a visible figure in the St. Louis community. He was a sportscaster for KTVI-TV for many years, was a color analyst for Illinois and SLU basketball games, became a deacon in his church and worked ardently for the St. Louis archdiocese. He has accrued numerous civic awards, including a star on the St. Louis Walk of Fame.

SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY RETIRED JERSEYS

No. 24 Dick Boushka 1954-55 All-American

No. 34 Anthony Bonner All-time leader in points/rebounds

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No. 43 Bob Ferry 1958-59 AP, UPI All-American

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Annual Team Awards Billiken Tip-Off Club Award (MVP) Year Player 1953-54 Jerry Koch 1954-55 Dick Boushka 1955-56 Jim McLaughlin 1956-57 Harold Alcorn 1957-58 Jack Mimlitz, Bob Ferry 1958-59 Bob Ferry 1959-60 Pete McCaffery, Bob Nordmann 1960-61 Gordon Hartweger, Tom Kieffer and Glen Mankowski 1961-62 Donnell Reid 1962-63 Dave Harris 1963-64 Richard Naes 1964-65 Richard Naes, Garry Garrison 1965-66 Rich Parks 1966-67 Rich Niemann 1967-68 Barry Orms 1968-69 Joe Wiley 1969-70 Joe Wiley 1970-71 Jim Irving 1971-72 Carlos Martinez 1972-73 Harry Rogers 1973-74 Bill Morris 1974-75 Lewis McKinney 1975-76 Lewis McKinney 1976-77 Carl Johnson 1977-78 Carl Johnson 1978-79 Kelvin Henderson 1979-80 David Burns, Kelvin Henderson 1980-81 David Burns 1981-82 Kevin Stozier 1982-84 No Award 1984-85 Luther Burden 1985-86 Darryl Lenard 1986-87 Roland Gray 1987-88 Tony Brown 1988-89 Anthony Bonner, Roland Gray 1989-90 Anthony Bonner 1990-91 Jeff Luechtefeld 1991-92 Quitman Dillard 1992-93 Erwin Claggett 1993-94 The Team 1994-95 Erwin Claggett, Scott Highmark and H Waldman 1995-96 Jeff Harris 1996-97 Jeff Harris 1997-98 Larry Hughes 1998-99 Virgel Cobbin, Dave Fergerson 1999-00 Justin Love 2000-01 Maurice Jeffers 2001-02 Marque Perry 2002-03 Marque Perry 2003-04 Reggie Bryant, Josh Fisher

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2004-05 Izik Ohanon 2005-06 Ian Vouyoukas Most Inspirational Year Player 1999-00 Troy Robertson 2000-01 Chris Heinrich 2001-02 Chris Sloan 2002-03 Chris Sloan 2003-04 Chris Sloan 2004-05 Anthony Drejaj 2006-07 Luke Meyer Most Improved Player Year Player 1984-85 Abdur Rahiim Al Martim 1985-86 David King 1986-87 Jim Roder 1987-88 Anthony Bonner 1988-89 Charles Newberry 1989-90 Jorge Wallace 1990-91 Melvin Robinson 1991-92 Erwin Claggett 1992-93 Scott Highmark 1993-94 Evan Pedersen 1994-95 David Robinson 1995-96 Carlos McCauley 1996-97 Sekeue Barentine 1997-98 Troy Robertson 1998-99 Larry Simmons 1999-00 Dave Fergerson 2000-01 Matt Baniak 2001-02 Drew Diener 2003-04 Ian Vouyoukas 2006-07 Tommie Liddell III 2008-09 Kwamain Mitchell

John B. O’Neill M.D. Memorial Award (Dedication) Year Player 1969-70 Fritz Ziegler 1970-71 Mike Lockette 1971-72 Bill Paradoski 1972-73 Bill Paradoski, Jesse Leonard 1973-75 None 1975-76 Bill Moulder 1976-77 Bill Moulder 1977-78 Mike Newbold 1978-79 Everne Carr 1979-80 Mark Rhode 1980-81 Bob Mueller 1981-84 No Award 1984-85 Dale Renken 1985-86 Kevin Williams 1986-87 Paul Jansen 1987-88 Dale Renken 1988-89 Jeff Luechtefeld 1989-90 Anthony Jones 1990-91 John Duff 1991-92 Kevin Grawer 1992-93 Scott Highmark, Carlos McCauley 1993-94 Scott Highmark 1994-95 Eric Jones, Corey Grays 1995-96 J.J. Halliburton 1996-97 Jamall Walker 1997-98 Jamall Walker 1998-99 Justin Tatum

Newcomer Of The Year Year Player 1984-85 Tony Brown 1985-86 Monroe Douglass, Roland Gray 1987-88 Charles Newberry 1988-89 Vince Smith 1989-90 Melvin Robinson 1990-91 Quitman Dillard 1991-92 Scott Highmark 1992-93 Donnie Dobbs 1993-94 H Waldman Mr. Hustle Award Year Player 2008-09 Brian Conklin Coaches Award Year Player 2008-09 Kevin Lisch

Ian Vouyoukas spent the 2007-08 season playing in the Greek pro league.

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Annual Team Awards John C. Murphy Memorial Award (Sportsmanship) Year Player 1954-55 William F. Slattery 1955-56 J. Grady Smith 1956-57 Joseph T. Todd, Jr. 1957-58 Stephen A. Redshaw 1958-59 Calvin Burnett 1959-60 Thomas Smith, James Dailey 1960-61 Tom Kieffer 1961-62 George Latinovich 1962-63 William Nordmann 1963-64 Gil Beckemeier 1964-65 Rick Rineberg 1965-66 Sam Ulrich 1966-67 Barry Orms 1967-68 Eugene Moore 1968-69 Tom Thomas 1969-70 Ed Tabash 1970-71 Sam Williams 1971-72 Richard Stallworth 1972-73 Mark Frailey 1973-74 Charles Ries 1974-75 Robin Jones 1975-76 Ken Loddeke 1976-77 Kevin King, John Furr 1977-78 Curtis Hughes 1978-79 Everne Carr 1979-80 Jim Glass 1980-81 Monte Poole 1981-84 No Award 1984-85 Daryl Lenard 1985-86 Ted Mimlitz 1986-87 Redditt Hudson 1987-88 Ramon Trice 1988-89 Todd Starks 1989-90 Mike Ivester 1990-91 Quitman Dillard 1991-92 Julian Winfield 1992-93 Marcus Jones, Evan Pedersen 1993-94 Carlos McCauley 1994-95 Donnie Campbell, Carl Turner 1995-96 Jamall Walker 1996-97 Ryan Luechtefeld 1997-98 Matt Baniak 1998-99 Jamall Walker 1999-00 Matt Baniak 2000-01 Marque Perry Outstanding Offensive Player Year Player 1994-95 Erwin Claggett 1995-96 Jamal Johnson 1996-97 Jeff Harris 1997-98 Larry Hughes 1998-99 Justin Love 1999-00 Justin Love

2000-01 Maurice Jeffers 2001-02 Marque Perry 2002-03 Marque Perry Outstanding Defender Year Player 1992-93 Carlos McCauley 1993-94 Donnie Dobbs 1994-95 H Waldman 1995-96 Carlos McCauley 1996-97 Corey Frazier 1997-98 John Redden 1998-99 Ryan Luechtefeld 1999-00 Maurice Jeffers, Chris Heinrich 2000-01 Maurice Jeffers 2001-02 Chris Sloan 2002-03 Kenny Brown, Josh Fisher 2003-04 Josh Fisher, Chris Sloan 2004-05 Anthony Drejaj 2005-06 Kevin Lisch, Dwayne Polk 2006-07 Dwayne Polk 2008-09 Tommie Liddell III Sixth Man Award Year Player 1997-98 Corey Frazier 1998-99 Troy Robertson 1999-00 Dave Fergerson 2000-01 Josh Fisher 2001-02 Chris Braun Scholar-Athlete Award Year Player 2001-02 Ross Varner 2002-03 Ross Varner 2003-04 Ross Varner 2004-05 Luke Meyer 2005-06 Luke Meyer 2006-07 Luke Meyer John E. McLaughlin Memorial Award (Free Throw Accuracy) Year Player FT/A 1955-56 Grady Smith 118-160 1956-57 Harold Alcorn 204-245 1957-58 Jack Mimlitz 82-106 1958-59 Bob Ferry 125-182 1959-60 G. Hartweger 42-52 1960-61 Glen Mankowski 58-78 1961-62 G. Latinovich 74-96 1962-63 Dave Harris — 1963-64 John Smith 63-83 1964-65 John Kilo 61-77 1965-66 John Kilo 52-65 1966-67 Rich Niemann 98-117 1967-68 Rich Niemann 95-117 1968-69 Joe Wiley 100-125

Pct. .738 .833 .774 .687 .808 .744 .771 — .759 .792 .800 .838 .812 .800

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1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Joe Wiley 142-180 Carlos Martinez 53-68 Harry Rogers 124-143 Harry Rogers 146-177 Steve Craig 27-31 Steve Walsh 36-46 Bill Moulder 24-37 Bill Moulder 28-35 Mark Alcorn 42-53 Jim Glass 76-100 Jim Glass 67-80 Willie Becton 46-62 No Award — Luther Burden 93-104 Darryl Lenard 38-42 Ted Mimlitz 62-74 M. Douglass 89-107 M. Douglass 78-97 C. Newberry 113-132 Jeff Luechtefeld 61-81 Scott Highmark 77-99 Erwin Claggett 107-129 Scott Highmark 86-105 Erwin Claggett 71-88 Virgel Cobbin 45-59 Jeff Harris 146-193 Troy Robertson 30-40 Virgel Cobbin 64-76 Justin Love 151-184 Drew Diener 33-41 Chris Braun 47-62 Marque Perry 128-160 Josh Fisher 107-131 Reggie Bryant 50-60 Justin Johnson 23-27 Luke Meyer 52-62 Luke Meyer 58-70 Kevin Lisch 109-131 Femi John 13-16

.789 .779 .867 .825 .871 .783 .648 .800 .792 .760 .837 .741 — .894 .905 .838 .832 .804 .856 .753 .778 .829 .819 .807 .763 .756 .750 .842 .821 .805 .758 .800 .817 .833 .852 .839 .829 .832 .813

Kevin Lisch signed with the Perth Wildcats of the Australian NBL.

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Honor Roll ALL-AMERICANS

Dick Boushka, 1954-55 Bob Ferry, 1958-59 Larry Hughes, 1997-98 Ed Macauley, 1947-48, 1948-49

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

Scott Highmark, 1993-94,1994-95 John Kilo, 1966-67 Gary Lamps, 1971-72 Kevin Lisch, 2008-09 Ted Mimlitz, 1985-86 Rich Niemann, 1967-68

NACDA SCHOLAR-ATHLETES

Kevin Lisch, 2008-09 Luke Meyer, 2006-07, 2007-08

ALL-CONFERENCE

Atlantic 10 Cody Ellis, Forward All-Rookie Team, 2009-10

Tommie Liddell, III Guard 2nd Team, 2006-07 Rookie of the Year, 2005-06 Kevin Lisch, Guard MBB Student-Athlete of Year, 2008-09 3rd Team, 2007-08, 2008-09 All-Academic, 2007-08, 2008-09 All-Defensive Team, 2006-07, 2007-08 1st Team All-Rookie, 2005-06 Luke Meyer, Forward All-Academic, 2007-08 Kwamain Mitchell, Guard All-Rookie, 2008-09 2nd Team, 2009-10 Willie Reed, Forward Honorable Mention, 2009-10 Ian Vouyoukas, Center 1st Team, 2005-06 Conference USA Matt Baniak, Forward All-Freshman, 1997-98 Jeramy Biles, Guard All-Freshman, 1996-97

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Reggie Bryant, Guard 2nd Team, 2003-04 Virgel Cobbin, Forward All-Freshman, 1995-96 Jeff Harris, Forward 3rd Team, 1996-97 Larry Hughes, Guard 1st Team, 1997-98 Maurice Jeffers, Guard/Forward 2nd Team, 2000-01 Justin Love, Guard 1st Team,1999-00 Marque Perry, Guard 2nd Team, 2001-02 1st Team, 2002-03 Jamall Walker, Guard All-Freshman, 1995-96 Great Midwest Conference Erwin Claggett, Guard 1st Team, 1992-93, 1993-94, 1994-95 Donnie Dobbs, Forward 2nd Team, 1993-94 All-Newcomer, 1992-93 Scott Highmark, Guard/Forward 2nd Team, 1993-94, 1994-95 H Waldman, Guard 2nd Team, 1994-95 Midwestern Collegiate Anthony Bonner, Forward 1st Team, 1988-89, 1989-90 Tony Brown, Forward Freshman (AP & UPI), 1984-85 Luther Burden, Guard AP 1st Team, UPI 2nd Team, 1982-83 Monroe Douglass, Forward 2nd Team, 1987-88 AP & UPI Freshman, 1985-86 AP 2nd Team, 1985-86 Kevin Footes, Forward All-Newcomer, 1989-90

Marque Perry won numerous games late for the Billikens in 2002-03. Roland Gray, Forward 2nd Team, 1986-87 Freshman, 1985-86 Jeff Luechtefeld, Forward 2nd Team, 1990-91 Charles Newberry, Guard All-Newcomer, 1987-88 Vincent Smith, Guard All-Newcomer, 1988-89 Metropolitan Collegiate Athletic Conference David Burns, Guard 1st Team, 1980-81 2nd Team, 1979-80 Kelvin Henderson, Forward/Center 1st Team, 1978-79, 1979-80 Carl Johnson, Forward 2nd Team, 1976-77 Missouri Valley Harold Alcorn, Guard 1st Team, 1956-57

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Honor Roll Dick Boushka, Guard/Forward 1st Team, 1952-53, 1954-55

Eugene Moore, Center/Forward 1st Team, 1965-66

Bob Schmidt, Guard 2nd Team, 1948-49, 1949-50

Bill Cochran 1st Team, 1938-39

Bill Morris, Center 1st Team, 1973-74

Ed Scott, Forward 2nd Team, 1950-51

Les Dudenhoeffer 1st Team, 1938-39

Sid Mudd, Guard 2nd Team, 1937-38

Grady Smith, Guard 1st Team, 1955-56

Bob Ferry, Forward/Center 2nd Team, 1957-58, 1958-59

Rich Naes, Center 1st Team, 1966-67, 1967-68

Ray Steiner, Guard 1st Team, 1951-52

Dave Harris, Guard 1st Team, 1962-63

Bob Nordmann, Center 1st Team, 1959-60

Joe Todd, Guard 2nd Team, 1956-57

Jim Irving, Guard 1st Team, 1970-71

Rich Parks, Center/Forward 1st Team, 1965-66

Herb Van Deven, Forward 2nd Team, 1942-43 1st Team, 1940-41

Tom Kieffer, Guard 1st Team, 1960-61 2nd Team, 1961-62

Henry Raymonds, Forward 2nd Team, 1965-66

Bob Koch, Center 2nd Team, 1950-51 Fred Kovar, Forward 2nd Team, 1951-52

Rich Rineberg, Guard 2nd Team, 1965-66

D.C. Wilcutt, Forward 2nd Team, 1947-48 Joe Wiley, Forward 1st Team, 1969-70

Harry Rogers, Guard 1st Team, 1971-72, 1972-73

Lou Lehman, Guard 1st Team, 1949-50 Jesse Leonard, Forward 1st Team, 1972-73 Tom Lillis, Center 1st Team, 1952-53 Ed Macauley, Center 1st Team, 1948-49 Glen Mankowski, Guard 1st Team, 1960-61 Pete McCaffrey, Forward 1st Team, 1959-60 Lou McKenna, Guard 2nd Team, 1951-52 Jim McLaughlin, Forward/Center 1st Team, 1955-56 2nd Team, 1954-55 Dan Miller, Guard 2nd Team, 1947-48 1st Team, 1946-47 Jack Mimlitz, Guard/Forward 1st Team, 1957-58 2nd Team, 1956-57

Justin Love was MVP of the 2000 Conference USA Tournament and a first-team AllConference selection.

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Individual Single-Game Records 40–Point Games Pts. Player 45 Anthony Bonner 43 Harry Rogers 40 Larry Hughes

Opponent Date Loyola (Ill.) OT 3/1/90 West Texas St 1/27/73 Marquette 1/24/98

30–Point Games Pts. Player Opponent 39 Pete McCaffery Wichita State 38 Dick Boushka Alabama 37 Larry Hughes UAB 37 Bob Cole No. Texas St 36 Luther Burden Butler 36 Isiah Singletary Butler 36 David Burns Memphis St 36 David Burns Cincinnati 36 Ricky Frazier UMSL 36 Dick Boushka Wichita State 36 Jim McLaughlin Wichita State 35 Larry Hughes So. Illinois 35 Lewis McKinney Illinois State 35 Joe Wiley So. Illinois 35 Dick Boushka Detroit 35 Harold Alcorn Tulsa 34 Roland Gray New Mexico 34 David Burns Florida State 34 Lewis McKinney Purdue 34 Lewis McKinney Memphis St 34 John Smith Bradley 33 Kwamain Mitchell UMKC 33 Justin Love Memphis 33 Luther Burden Drake 33 Joe Wiley Cincinnati 33 Joe Wiley Memphis St 33 Bob Ferry Georgia Tech 33 Bob Ferry South Dakota 33 Jim McLaughlin Kentucky 32 Larry Hughes Louisville 32 Ricky Frazier UMSL 32 Anthony Bonner Tennessee St 32 Lewis McKinney Tulsa 32 Harry Rogers Oklahoma St 32 Jim Irving Tulsa 32 Dick Boushka Connecticut 32 Harold Alcorn Detroit 32 Tom Kiefer Wichita State 32 Bob Cole Creighton 31 Justin Love Kansas State 31 Jamal Johnson LSU 31 Erwin Claggett Murray State 31 Anthony Bonner Evansville 31 Anthony Bonner Kent State 31 David Burns Alabama 31 Lewis McKinney No. Texas St 31 Jim Irving Louisville 31 Jim Irving Notre Dame 31 Joe Wiley Bradley 31 Joe Todd Houston 31 Ray Steiner Notre Dame 31 Lou Lehman TCU 30 Larry Hughes UAB 30 Scott Highmark Morgan St 30 Erwin Claggett Memphis St. 30 Jim Glass So. Carolina 30 Lewis McKinney UMSL 30 Harry Rogers Virginia

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Date 2/28/59 12/10/53 3/5/98 2/12/66 1/14/85 12/30/81 2/19/81 2/21/80 12/30/78 1/7/53 2/2/56 11/29/97 11/30/74 2/17/70 1/24/53 2/4/56 3/23/89 3/5/81 12/29/75 2/23/75 12/28/63 12/22/09 2/18/99 1/1/84 3/7/70 1/13/70 12/27/58 12/1/58 12/29/55 1/20/98 12/2/77 11/27/89 2/1/75 1/6/73 1/11/71 3/12/55 2/9/57 2/10/62 1/10/67 12/1/99 11/24/95 12/28/92 3/4/90 3/16/90 12/28/79 1/30/75 1/27/71 12/12/70 2/28/70 1/6/55 2/8/52 12/17/49 1/17/98 12/12/92 3/12/93 12/21/78 2/21/76 12/29/72

30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

Bob Koch New York Grady Smith Detroit Rich Niemann Hardin-Sim. John Smith Bradley Luther Burden CBC Roland Gray Evansville Anthony Bonner Canisius Monroe Douglass Dayton Roland Gray Cincinnati Monroe Douglass Evansville

1/15/52 1/14/56 12/7/67 12/28/62 11/26/83 1/31/87 11/27/87 1/20/88 2/10/88 3/4/89

20–Rebound Games Reb. Player 38 Jerry Koch 27 Bob Nordmann 24 Rich Parks 23 Rich Parks 22 Eugene Moore 22 Bob Cole 21 Anthony Bonner 21 Anthony Bonner 20 Anthony Bonner 20 Anthony Bonner 20 Carl Johnson 20 Mike Lockette 20 Rich Niemann 20 Bob Nordmann 20 Bob Nordmann

Opponent Date Bradley 3/3/54 Kansas 12/22/59 Arkansas State 2/19/66 Loyola 12/15/66 Wichita State 2/5/66 Washington U. 3/7/66 Colorado 12/23/89 Illinois State 2/6/90 Loyola (Ill.) OT 3/1/90 Bradley 12/1/88 UW-Milwaukee 2/6/78 St. Peter’s 1/8/70 Quincy 12/1/66 at Wichita St 2/4/60 Wichita State 2/18/60

Most Field Goals FG Player 19 Anthony Bonner 17 Harry Rogers 16 Luther Burden 16 Pete McCaffery 16 Jack Mimlitz

Opponent Loyola (Ill.) West Texas St Butler Wichita State St. John’s

Date 3/1/90 1/27/73 1/14/85 2/28/59 2/20/58

Most Field Goals Attempted FG Player Opponent Date 30 Larry Hughes Louisville 1/20/98 30 Anthony Bonner Loyola Chicago 3/1/90 Field Goal Percentage (Min. 10 att.) Pct. Player Opponent 1.00 Erwin Claggett UMKC (10-10) Most Three-Point Field Goals FG Player Opponent 8 Tommie Liddell III Temple 7 Reggie Bryant Kansas State 7 Justin Love Memphis 7 Erwin Claggett CSU-Sac. 7 Erwin Claggett Dayton 7 Roland Gray New Mexico 7 Ramon Trice Butler

Date 12/7/94

Date 1/17/07 1/3/04 2/18/99 12/1/94 2/2/94 3/23/89 2/16/87

Most Three-Point FG Attempts Att Player Opponent Date 16 Reggie Bryant Kansas State 1/3/04 14 Erwin Claggett Wake Forest 3/18/95

Most Assists Ast. Player 18 Jim Roder 14 LaTodd Johnson 13 Jim Roder 12 Jim Roder 12 Bill Moulder 12 Char. Newberry 11 Kevin Footes 11 LaTodd Johnson 11 LaTodd Johnson 11 Roland Gray

Opponent Southern Miss Georgia State UMSL William Penn UMSL Dayton Marquette Louisville Virginia Tech Dayton

Most Free Throws FT Player 18 David Burns 18 LaTodd Johnson 17 Ian Vouyoukas 16 Harold Alcorn 16 Harry Rogers 16 David Burns 15 Grady Smith 15 Luther Burden 15 Tony Brown 15 Maurice Jeffers

Opponent Date Cincinnati 2/21/80 Detroit 12/9/81 Rhode Island 2/22/06 TCU 12/13/56 New Mexico St. 1/8/73 Memphis State 2/19/81 Tulsa 2/4/56 Xavier 2/5/83 William Penn 12/12/84 Louisville 1/5/01

Most Free Throws Attempted Att Player Opponent 22 David Burns Cincinnati 21 LaTodd Johnson Detroit 20 Larry Hughes Marquette 18 Ian Vouyoukas Rhode Island

Date 3/17/87 12/5/81 2/19/87 12/5/85 2/12/77 1/20/88 3/7/91 2/25/81 1/25/82 1/20/88

Date 2/21/80 12/9/81 2/25/98 2/22/06

Free Throw Percentage (Min. 10 att.) Pct. Player Opponent Date 1.00 Maurice Jeffers Missouri State 12/23/00 (14-14) 1.00 Marque Perry E. Carolina 3/8/03 (11-11) Most Steals Stl Player 9 Everne Carr 8 Larry Hughes 8 Darryl Lenard 7 H Waldman

Opponent Date UMSL 12/11/78 Tulane 1/7/98 Indiana State 12/28/83 So. Illinois 12/5/94

Most Blocked Shots Blk Player Opponent Date 8 Kelvin Henderson Siena 12/1/79 7 Willie Reed Dayton 2/21/09 6 A. R. Al Matiim Oklahoma City 1/7/85 6 Melvin Robinson Eastern Illinois 11/30/89 6 Cory Remekun Belmont 12/16/09 5 Willie Reed Kennesaw St 11/22/09 5 Willie Reed Charlotte 2/11/09 5 Ian Vouyoukas Mississippi 12/30/06 5 Ian Vouyoukas Xavier 2/5/06 5 Ian Vouyoukas Chicago State 12/28/05 5 A. R. Al Matiim William Penn 11/25/83 5 Darryl Anderson Dayton 1/15/81 5 Kelvin Henderson Florida State 1/4/80 5 Kelvin Henderson Louisville 1/25/80 5 Kelvin Henderson Memphis State 1/7/79

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Team Single-Game Records 100-Point Games - Saint Louis 100-70 vs. Alcorn State 2/16/95 112-71 vs. Chicago State 1/30/95 103-49 vs. Bethune-Cookman 12/17/94 100-87 vs. Southern Illinois 12/30/93 101-76 vs. Morgan State 12/12/92 116-66 vs. Chicago State 2/10/93 102-90 vs. Chicago State 1/15/92 115-86 at American U. of P.R. 11/24/90 107-76 vs. Tennessee State 11/27/89 102-86 vs. Loyola 1/27/90 103-75 vs. Western Illinois 12/11/86 101-88 vs. Blackburn 11/28/84 101-53 vs. Roosevelt 2/6/80 100-79 vs. Butler 1/28/80 109-69 vs. SIU Edwardsville 2/24/79 130-61 vs. Roosevelt 11/24/78 114-81 vs. UMSL 2/28/77 101-99 at Drake (ot) 1/26/76 100-61 vs. West Texas State 1/4/75 103-57 vs. Washington U. 12/1/70 107-80 vs. Hardin-Simmons 12/7/67 107-87 vs. West Virginia 12/29/66 101-56 vs. Quincy 12/1/66 101-78 vs. Wichita State 2/5/66 101-71 vs. Pepperdine 12/8/65 111-63 vs. CBC-Memphis 2/20/65 114-50 vs. North Dakota State 12/1/64 100-70 vs. South Dakota 11/30/63 113-63 vs. Lamar Tech 12/16/63 105-92 at St. John’s 2/20/58 102-84 at Houston 3/2/57 101-92 vs. Detroit 2/9/57 101-78 vs. Baylor 12/22/56 103-109 vs. Wichita State 2/18/56 104-86 vs. Cincinnati 1/28/56 110-79 vs. LSU 1/5/56 110-103 at Connecticut 3/12/55 102-82 vs. Drake 1/11/55 100-Point Games - Opponents 104-76 UAB 3/7/92 110-88 Houston 1/21/92 108-69 Southern Illinois 12/1/90 107-79 Nebraska 11/23/90 103-93 Bucknell 11/25/90 102-71 Loyola Chicago 1/24/91 100-86 Xavier 1/25/88 112-76 Virginia Tech 2/20/82 100-87 DePaul 1/23/78 104-65 Drake 1/4/69 101-76 Notre Dame 12/14/68 100-99 Bradley 3/2/68 108-67 UCLA 12/29/67 101-80 Kentucky 12/29/55 109-103 Wichita State 2/18/56 103-110 Connecticut 3/12/55

Game Records - Saint Louis

Highest Margin of Victory vs. Roosevelt (11/24/78)....................................69 Highest Margin of Defeat vs. Oklahoma A&M (2/1/46).............................53 Most Points Scored By Both Teams vs. Connecticut (3/12/55)................................213 Most Points Scored vs. Roosevelt (11/24/78)..................................130 Most Points Scored in a Half vs. Roosevelt (11/24/78)....................................68 Fewest Points Scored vs. St. Xavier (2/5/27)..........................................5 Fewest Points Scored in a Half vs. St. Xavier (2/5/27)..........................................1 Fewest Points in a Half (Both Teams) vs. Concordia (1/18/19).......................................5 Most Field Goals vs. Roosevelt College (11/24/78).....................50 Most Field Goals in a Half vs. West Texas State (1/4/75)..........................26 Highest Field Goal Percentage vs. Northern Iowa (2/16/88)...................... 72.3% Worst Field Goal Percentage vs. Southern Illinois (12/4/96)................... 19.0% Fewest Field Goals in a Half vs. St. Xavier (2/5/27)..........................................0 Most Field Goal Attempts vs. Wichita State (1955-56)............................107 Fewest Field Goals at George Washington (1/10/08).......................7 Fewest Field Goal Attempts vs. Oklahoma A&M (1952-53)..........................29 Most 3-Pt. Field Goals at Temple (1/17/07)............................................15 vs. Kansas State (1/3/04)..................................15 Most 3-Pt. Field Goal Attempts vs. Wake Forest (3/18/95).................................39 Best 3-Pt. Field Goal Percentage vs. Chicago State (2/11/89)............... 80% (8-10) Most Free Throws vs. West Virginia (12/18/59)............................ 38

Highest Free Thow % (Min. 15 Atts.) vs. Detroit (3/10/88)........................ 100% (18-18) vs. Xavier (2/11/84)......................... 100% (16-16) Fewest Free Throws vs. Butler (12/21/2002)........................................1 vs. St. Xavier (2/5/27)..........................................1 Fewest Turnovers vs. DePaul (2/11/04)............................................2 Most Rebounds vs. Bradley (1956-57)........................................91 Most Assists vs. Chicago State (2/10/93)..............................33 Most Steals vs. Mercer (11/27/93)........................................20 Most Blocked Shots vs. Dayton (1/15/81)...........................................10 vs. Missouri State (12/18/06)...........................10 vs. Belmont (12/16/09)......................................10

Game Records - Opponents

Most Points Scored Virginia Tech (2/20/82)....................................112 Fewest Points Scored Oklahoma A&M (1/10/47).................................20 Most Field Goals West Texas State (1/4/75)................................48 Fewest Field Goals Oklahoma A&M (1/10/47)...................................8 Most Field Goal Attempts Louisville (1956-57)..........................................119 Fewest Field Goal Attempts Cincinnati (1960-61)..........................................32 Most 3-Point Field Goals Southern Illinois (12/1/90)................................15 Loyola Chicago (1/24/91)..................................15 Most 3-Point Field Goal Attempts Houston (12/5/90)..............................................45 3-Point Field Goal % (Min 15 att) Evansville (3/6/88)............................ 75% (12-16) Most Free Throws Detroit (1956-57)................................................44 Most Free Throw Attempts Detroit (1956-57)................................................57 Most Rebounds Creighton (12/3/68)............................................70

Most Free Throw Attempts vs. Xavier (1984-85)...........................................51

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Individual Single-Season Records Total Points 1. Larry Hughes (’97-98) 2. Anthony Bonner (’89-90) 3. Harry Rogers (’72-73) 4. Jim Irving (’70-71) 5. Justin Love (’99-00) 6. David Burns (’80-81) 7. Roland Gray (’86-87) 8. Anthony Bonner (’88-89) 9. Joe Wiley (’69-70) 10. Bob Ferry (’58-59)

670 654 638 603 602 579 575 573 572 567

Scoring Avg. 1. Harry Rogers (’72-73) 2. Joe Wiley (’69-70) 3. Bob Ferry (’58-59) 4. Lewis McKinney (’74-75) 5. David Burns (’80-81) Dick Boushka (’53-54) 7 Larry Hughes (’97-98) 8. Jim Irving (’70-71) 9. Harold Alcorn (’56-57) 10. Anthony Bonner (’89-90)

Avg 24.5 22.0 21.8 21.5 21.4 21.4 20.9 20.8 20.1 19.8

G 26 26 26 26 27 18 32 29 28 33

Pts 638 572 567 558 579 386 670 603 564 654

Total 3-Point Goals 1. Erwin Claggett (’94-95) 2. Erwin Claggett (’93-94) 3. Jeff Luechtefeld (’90-91) 4. H Waldman (’94-95) 5. Erwin Claggett (’92-93) Justin Love (’99-00) Kevin Lisch (2008-09) 8. Scott Highmark (’93-94) 9. Kevin Lisch (2006-07) 10. Reggie Bryant (2003-04)

103 87 82 73 71 71 71 69 67 66

Blocked Shots (Since ’75-76) 1. Willie Reed (2009-10) 2. Kelvin Henderson (’79-80) 3. Melvin Robinson (’90-91) 4. Ian Vouyoukas (2006-07) 5. Ian Vouyoukas (2005-06) 6. Melvin Robinson (’89-90) 7. Abdur Rahiim Al Matiim (’84-85) 8. Abdur Rahiim Al Matiim (’83-84) 9. Kelvin Henderson (’78-79) 10. Willie Reed (2008-09)

73 68 66 57 55 51 46 44 42 40

Total Assists 1. Jim Roder (’86-87) 2. Charles Newberry (’89-90) 3. LaTodd Johnson (’81-82) 4. H Waldman (’93-94) Jeff Luechtefeld (’90-91) 6. H Waldman (’94-95) 7. LaTodd Johnson (’80-81) 8. Kevin Footes (’90-91) 9. Josh Fisher (2003-04) 10. Charles Newberry (’88-89)

235 193 153 150 150 145 142 141 138 134

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Field Goal Pct. FG/A 1. Melvin Robinson (’90-91) 157-243 2. Melvin Robinson (’89-90) 103-163 3. Carlos Skinner (’90-91) 69-112 4. Anthony Bonner (’86-87) 138-234 5. Willie Reed (2009-10) 176-300 6. Craig Shaver (’78-79) 137-234 7. David Burns (’80-81) 227-392 8. Barry Eberhardt (2008-09) 86-149 9. Tom Frericks (2003-04) 78-136 Donnie Dobbs (’93-94) 179-312 NOTE: Minimum 100 attempts

Pct .646 .632 .616 .592 .587 .585 .579 .577 .574 .574

Free Throw Pct. FT/A Pct 1. Isiah Singletary (’82-83) 58-63 .921 2. Luther Burden (’84-85) 93-104 .894 3. Harry Rogers (’71-72) 124-143 .867 4. Luther Burden (’83-84) 103-120 .858 5. Cha. Newberry (’89-90) 113-132 .856 6. Luke Meyer (2006-07) 54-64 .844 7. Virgel Cobbin ·(’98-99) 64-76 .842 8. Ted Mimlitz (’86-87) 62-74 .8378 9. Rich Niemann (’66-67) 98-117 .8376 10. Jim Glass (’79-80) 67-80 .8375 NOTE: Minimum 50 attempts 3-Point FG Pct. FG/A 1. Roland Gray (’88-89) 56-112 2. Chas Newberry (’89-90) 29-63 3. Tommie Liddell (2006-07) 49-108 4. Erwin Claggett (’92-93) 71-158 5. Carlos McCauley (’95-96) 40-91 6. H Waldman (’94-95) 73-171 7. Justin Love (’99-00) 71-167 8. Virgel Cobbin (’97-98) 56-132 9. Drew Diener (2001-02) 52-123 10. Virgel Cobbin (’95-96) 57-135 NOTE: Minimum 50 attempts

Pct .500 .460 .454 .449 .440 .432 .425 .424 .423 .422

3-Pointers Attempted 1. Erwin Claggett (’94-95) 2. Erwin Claggett (’93-94) 3. Jeff Luechtefeld (’90-91) 4. Kevin Lisch (2008-09) 5. Reggie Bryant (2003-04) 6. Kwamain Mitchell (2009-10) 7. H Waldman (’94-95) 8. Scott Highmark (’93-94) 9. Justin Love (’99-00) 10. Kevin Lisch (2006-07) Kevin Lisch (2007-08)

246 209 205 188 180 178 171 170 167 164 164

Total Steals 1. H Waldman (’94-95) 2. Anthony Bonner (’89-90) 3. Larry Hughes (’97-98) Jeff Luechtefeld (’90-91) 5. LaTodd Johnson (’80-81) 6. Anthony Bonner (’88-89) 7. Charles Newberry (’89-90) 8. Josh Fisher (2003-04) 9. David Burns (’80-81) Quitman Dillard (’90-91)

74 70 69 69 59 58 55 54 52 52

Rebound Avg. 1. Jerry Koch (’53-54) 2. Jim McLaughlin (’55-56) 3. Jim McLaughlin (’54-55) 4. Jerry Koch (’52-53) 5. Cal Burnett (’56-57) 6. Bob Nordmann (’59-60) 7. Anthony Bonner (’89-90) 8. Bob Ferry (’58-59) 9. Rich Niemann (’67-68) Rich Parks (’65-66) NOTE: Since ’52-53

G 25 25 28 27 28 27 33 26 26 26

Reb 502 455 461 405 416 393 456 350 329 329

Avg 20.1 18.2 16.5 15.0 14.9 14.6 13.8 13.5 12.7 12.7

Total Rebounds 1. Jerry Koch (’53-54) 2. Jim McLaughlin (’54-55) 3. Anthony Bonner (’89-90) 4. Jim McLaughlin (’55-56) 5. Cal Burnett (’56-57) 6. Jerry Koch (’52-53) 7. Bob Nordmann (’59-60) 8. Anthony Bonner (’88-89) 9. Bob Ferry (’58-59) Dick Boushka (’54-55)

502 461 456 455 416 405 393 386 350 350

Minutes Played 1. Anthony Bonner (’88-89) 2. Roland Gray (’88-89) 3. Tommie Liddell III (2006-07) 4. Monroe Douglass (’86-87) 5. Kyle Cassity (2009-10) 6. Jeff Luechtefeld (’90-91) 7. Kwamain Mitchell (2009-10) 8. Josh Fisher (2003-04) 9. Tommie Liddell III (2008-09) 10. Anthony Bonner (’89-90)

1,246 1,199 1,182 1,177 1,166 1,155 1,148 1,122 1,119 1,102

Average Minutes Played 1. Anthony Bonner (’88-89) 2. Marque Perry (2000-03) Erwin Claggett (’92-93) 4. Tommie Liddell III (2006-07) 5. Monroe Douglass (’87-88) 6. Roland Gray (’87-88) Josh Fisher (2003-04) Kevin Lisch (2008-09) 9. Tommie Liddell III (2008-09) 10. Tommie Liddell III (2007-08) Kevin Lisch (2007-08)

38.0 36.2 36.0 35.8 35.5 35.1 35.1 35.1 35.0 34.5 34.5

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Team Single-Season Records Longest Home Winning Streaks 22.........................................................1994-95 20.........................................................1988-89 14......................................... 1993-94, 1958-59 13.........................................................1947-48 Home Court Win Streaks 22.....................................1993-94 thru ’94-95 11/27/93–Mercer to 1/5/95–UMass

Consecutive Wins 1958-59......................................................... 14 1993-94......................................................... 14 Consecutive Losses 1926-27......................................................... 15 Most Games Won 1988-89........................................................ 27

20.....................................1987-88 thru ’89-90

Fewest Games Won 1926-27........................................................... 0

Longest Losing Streaks 15.........................................................1926-27 9........................................... 1982-83, 1981-82 8............................1976-77, 1977-78, 1991-92

Highest Winning Percentage 1947-48........................................88.9% (24-3)

12/7/87–Memphis St. to 11/25/89–Oral Roberts

Most Wins-Season 27-10....................................................1988-89 25-10....................................................1986-87 24-3......................................................1947-48 23-13....................................................2009-10 23-8......................................................1994-95 23-6......................................................1993-94 23-8......................................................1951-52 22-11....................................................1997-98 22-9......................................................1950-51 22-4......................................................1948-49 21-12....................................................1989-90 21-9......................................................1960-61 20-6......................................................1958-59 20-8 .....................................................1954-55 20-13................................................... 2006-07

Most Games Lost 1982-83......................................................... 23 1991-92......................................................... 23 Fewest Losses 1923-24, 1924-25........................................... 2 Most Points Scored 1988-89 .... 37 games-2,742 pts. (72.5 avg.) Highest Scoring Average 1955-56..... 25 games-2,068 pts. (82.7 avg.) Highest Average Margin of Victory 1994-95...................................................... 13.2 Most Free Throws 1956-57....................................................... 599 Most Free Throw Attempts 1952-53....................................................... 902

Best Free Throw Percentage 1984-85..................................76.8% (414-539) Most Field Goals 1988-89.................................................... 1,018 Most Field Goal Attempts 1988-89.................................................... 2,075 Fewest Field Goals 1926-27......................................................... 94 Best Field Goal Percentage 1979-80................................50.9% (740-1453) Most 3-Point Field Goals 1994-95....................................................... 284 Most 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 1994-95....................................................... 730 Best Three-Point Field Goal Pct. 1990-91..................................39.4% (233-592) Most Rebounds 1954-55.................................................... 1,512 Highest Rebound Average 1955-56...................................................... 60.1 Most Steals 1990-91....................................................... 298 Most Assists 1986-87....................................................... 588 Most Blocked Shots 2009-10....................................................... 169

The 1947-48 team, which claimed the NIT title, still holds the school record for highest winning percentage at .889 (24-3).

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Career Records Career Scoring Avg. 1. David Burns (’79-81) 2. Dick Boushka (’52-55) 3. Harry Rogers (’70-73) 4. Joe Wiley (’67-70) 5. Lewis McKinney (’73-76) 6. Donnie Dobbs (’92-94) 7. Erwin Claggett (’92-95) 8. Justin Love (’99-00) 9. Luther Burden (’82-85) 10. Bill Morris (’73-75) 11. Jim Irving (’68-71) 12. Anthony Bonner (’86-90) Jim McLaughlin (’53-56) 14. Monroe Douglass (’85-89) 15. Roland Gray (’85-89) Scott Highmark (’92-95) Kelvin Henderson (’78-80) 18. Reggie Bryant (2004-05) 19. Rich Niemann (’65-68) 20. Jack Mimlitz (’55-58) Harold Alcorn (’54-57) Quitman Dillard (’90-92) NOTE: Minimum 40 games

G 54 75 81 78 77 58 116 57 84 45 81 133 79 128 129 117 54 52 65 79 64 60

Pts 1,049 1,440 1,491 1,368 1,325 965 1,910 931 1,349 715 1,269 1,972 1,170 1,877 1,880 1,703 789 751 928 1,116 910 851

Total Points 1. Anthony Bonner (’86-90) 2. Erwin Claggett (’92-95) 3. Roland Gray (’85-89) 4. Monroe Douglass (’85-89) 5. Scott Highmark (’92-95) 6. Kevin Lisch (2005-09) 7. Tommie Liddell III (2005-09) 8. Harry Rogers (’70-73) 9. Dick Boushka (’52-55) 10. Ed Macauley (’45-49) 11. Joe Wiley (’67-70) 12. Marque Perry (2000-03) 13. Luther Burden (’82-85) 14. Lewis McKinney (’73-76) 15. Jim Irving (’68-71) 16. Carl Johnson (’74-78) 17. Jim McLaughlin (’53-56) 18. Bob Ferry (’56-59) 19. Jack Mimlitz (’55-58) 20. Virgel Cobbin (’96-99)

1,972 1,910 1,880 1,877 1,703 1,687 1,547 1,491 1,440 1,402 1,368 1,358 1,349 1,325 1,269 1,187 1,170 1,128 1,116 1,107

Blocked Shots (Since ’75-76) 1. Ian Vouyoukas (2003-07) 2. Melvin Robinson (’89-92) 3. Willie Reed (2008-2010) 4. Kelvin Henderson (’78-80) 5. Abdur Rahiim Al Matiim (’83-85) 6. Matt Baniak (’98-01) 7. Justin Tatum (’99-01) 8. Darryl Anderson (’80-84) 9. Redditt Hudson (’83-86) Anthony Bonner (’86-90)

135 127 113 110 90 87 82 76 73 73

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Avg 19.4 19.2 18.4 17.5 17.2 16.6 16.5 16.3 16.1 15.9 15.7 14.8 14.8 14.7 14.6 14.6 14.6 14.4 14.3 14.2 14.2 14.2

Total Field Goal Pct. 1. Melvin Robinson (’89-92) 2. Donnie Dobbs (’92-94) 3. Bob Nordmann (’58-61) 4. David Burns (’79-81) 5. Anthony Bonner (’86-90) 6. Redditt Hudson (’83-87) 7. Bill Paradoski (’70-73) 8. Kelvin Henderson (’78-80) Ian Vouyoukas (2003-07) 10. Matt Baniak (‘98-2001) A.R. Al Matiim (‘83-85) NOTE: Minimum 125 field goals made

FG/A 301-483 376-662 267-479 399-728 774-1435 241-448 164-310 336-646 376-723 336-648 161-310

Pct .623 .568 .557 .548 .539 .537 .529 .520 .520 .519 .519

Free Throw Pct. 1. Darryl Lenard (’83-86) 2. Luther Burden (’82-85) 3. Luke Meyer (2004-08) 4. Carlos Martinez (’69-72) 5. Harry Rogers (’70-73) 6. Rich Niemann (’65-68) 7. Kevin Lisch (2005-09) 8. Justin Love (’99-00) 9. Harold Alcorn (’54-57) 10. John Kilo (’64-67) NOTE: Minimum 100 free throws made

FT/A 110-128 283-333 163-196 153-186 365-444 202-248 396-489 204-253 300-373 195-244

Pct .859 .850 .832 .823 .822 .815 .810 .806 .804 .799

3-Point Goals 1. Erwin Claggett (’92-95) 2. Kevin Lisch (2005-09) 3. Scott Highmark (’92-95) 4. Virgel Cobbin (’96-99) 5. Anthony Drejaj (2003-06) 6. Jeff Luechtefeld (’88-91) 7. H Waldman (’94-95) 8. Drew Diener (2000-03) 9. Josh Fisher (2001-04) 10. Reggie Bryant (2004-05) 3-Point FG Pct 1. Roland Gray (’86-89) 2. H Waldman (’94-95) 3. Erwin Claggett (’92-95) 4. Justin Love (’99-00) 5. Drew Diener (2000-03) 6. Jason Edwin (2001-02) 7. Kevin Lisch (2005-09) 8. Carlos McCauley (’93-96) 9. Virgel Cobbin (’96-99) 10. Scott Highmark (’92-95) NOTE: Minimum 100 attempts

295 259 230 217 142 139 131 124 116 114 FG/A 105-230 131-312 295-716 113-278 124-310 55-139 259-656 51-130 217-565 230-608

Pct .457 .420 .412 .406 .400 .396 .395 .392 .384 .378

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Career Records 3-Pointers Attempted 1. Erwin Claggett (’92-95) 2. Kevin Lisch (2005-09) 3. Scott Highmark (’92-95) 4 Virgel Cobbin (’96-99) 5. Anthony Drejaj (2003-06) 6. Jeff Luechtefeld (’88-91) 7. Josh Fisher (2001-04) 8. Reggie Bryant (2004-05) 9. H Waldman (’94-95) 10. Drew Diener (2000-03) Assists (Since ’69-70) 1. Josh Fisher (2001-04) 2. Charles Newberry (’87-90) 3. LaTodd Johnson (’80-83) 4. Darryl Lenard (’83-85) 5. Jim Roder (’85-87) 6. Jamall Walker (’96-99) 7. Erwin Claggett (’92-95) 8. Marque Perry (2000-03) 9. Kevin Lisch (2005-09) 10. Tommie Liddell III (2005-09)

Total Rebounds (Since ’52-53) 1. Anthony Bonner (’86-90) 2. Jerry Koch (’52-55) 3. Jim McLaughlin (’53-56) 4. Eugene Moore (’65-70) 5. Roland Gray (’85-89) 6. Joe Wiley (’67-70) 7. Tommie Liddell III (2005-09) 8. Carl Johnson (’74-78) 9. Bob Ferry (’56-59) 10. Rich Parks (’63-66) 11. Rich Niemann (’65-68) 12. Dick Boushka (’52-55) 13. Harry Rogers (’70-73) 14. Gary Garrison (’61-64) 15. Jeff Harris (’94-97) 16. Ian Vouyoukas (2003-07) 17. Jack Mimlitz (’55-58) 18. Donnell Reid (’60-63) 19. Cal Burnett (’56-59) Bob Nordmann (’58-61)

436 424 400 370 353 350 347 343 325 313

Steals (Since ’75-76) 1. Anthony Bonner (’86-90) 2. Josh Fisher (2001-04) 3. Anthony Drejaj (2003-06) 4. Erwin Claggett (’92-95) 5. Kevin Lisch (2005-09) 6. LaTodd Johnson (’80-83) Jamall Walker (‘96-99) 8. Virgel Cobbin (’96-99) 9. Chris Sloan (2001-04) H Waldman (’94-95)

192 179 148 145 133 132 132 128 125 125

Rebound Avg. (Since 1952-53) 1. Jerry Koch (’52-55) 2. Jim McLaughlin (’53-56) 3. Gary Garrison (’61-64) 4. Anthony Bonner (’86-90) 5. Rich Niemann (’65-68) 6. Eugene Moore (’65-68) Cal Burnett (’56-59) 8. Rich Parks (’63-66) 9. Bob Nordmann (’58-61) 10. Joe Wiley (’67-70)

G 79 79 49 133 65 78 59 69 62 78

Minutes Played 1. Anthony Bonner (’86-90) 2. Tommie Liddell (2005-09) 3. Roland Gray (’85-89) 4. Kevin Lisch (2005-09) 5. Monroe Douglass (’85-89) 6. Scott Highmark (’92-95) 7. Erwin Claggett (’92-95)

Average Minutes Played 1. Tommie Liddell III (2005-09) 2. Anthony Bonner (’86-90) 3. Kevin Lisch (2005-09) 4. Roland Gray (’85-89) 5. Scott Highmark (’92-95) Erwin Claggett (’92-95) 7. Monroe Douglass (’85-89) NOTE: Minimum 40 games

716 656 608 565 403 379 328 325 312 310

4,536 4,306 4,259 4,085 4,068 3,683 3,538

Reb 1,157 1,128 667 1,424 690 804 610 700 610 747

Avg 14.6 14.2 13.6 10.7 10.6 10.3 10.3 10.1 9.8 9.6

Games Started 1. Anthony Bonner (’86-90) 2. Roland Gray (’85-89) 3. Monroe Douglass (’85-89) 4. Tommie Liddell III (2005-09) 5. Scott Highmark (’92-95) 6. Virgel Cobbin (’96-99) Kevin Lisch (2005-09) 8. Marque Perry (’99-03) 9. Dwayne Polk (2004-08 10. Chris Sloan (2000-04) 11. Erwin Claggett (’92-95) 12. Josh Fisher (2000-04) 13. Ian Vouyoukas (2003-07) 14. Matt Baniak (’97-01)

34.4 33.7 33.5 33 32 32 31.8

1,424 1,157 1,128 804 781 747 740 730 713 700 690 681 680 667 664 640 621 612 610 610 130 126 123 121 115 113 113 109 105 101 98 91 85 84

MISCELLANEOUS Most Field Goals Monroe Douglass (’85-89) 766 Most Field Goal Attempts Erwin Claggett (’92-95)

1,560

Most Free Throws Dick Boushka (’52-55)

405

Most Free Throw Attempts Anthony Bonner (’86-90)

634

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Senior Class Records Total Points 1. Anthony Bonner (’89-90) 2. Harry Rogers (’72-73) 3. Jim Irving (’70-71) 4. Justin Love (’99-00) 5. David Burns (’80-81) 6. Joe Wiley (‘69-70) 7. Bob Ferry (‘58-59) 8. Harold Alcorn (‘56-57) 9. Roland Gray (’88-89) 10. Lewis McKinney (‘75-76)

654 638 603 602 579 572 567 564 553 516

Total 3-Point Goals 1. Erwin Claggett (’94-95) 2. Jeff Luechtefeld (’90-91) 3. H Waldman (’94-95) 4. Justin Love (’99-00) Kevin Lisch (2008-09) 6. Scott Highmark (‘93-94) 7. John Duff (’90-91) 8. Roland Gray (‘88-89)

103 82 73 71 71 69 57 56

Scoring Avg. 1. Harry Rogers (’72-73) 2. Joe Wiley (’69-70) 3. Bob Ferry (’58-59) 4. David Burns (’80-81) Dick Boushka (‘53-54) 6. Jim Irving (’70-71) 7. Erwin Claggett (‘92-93)

24.5 22.0 21.8 21.4 21.4 20.8 19.7

Rebound Avg. (Since ’52-53) 1. Jim McLaughlin (’55-56) 2. Anthony Bonner (’89-90) 3. Bob Ferry (’58-59) 4. Rich Niemann (’67-68) Rich Parks (’65-66) 6. Dick Boushka (‘53-54) 7. Eugene Moore (‘67-68)

18.2 13.8 13.5 12.7 12.7 12.5 10.1

Total Rebounds (Since ’52-53) 1. Anthony Bonner (’89-90) 2. Jim McLaughlin (’55-56) 3. Bob Ferry (’58-59) Dick Boushka (’54-55) 5. Rich Niemann (’67-68) Rich Parks (’65-66) 7. Eugene Moore (‘67-68) Blocked Shots (Since ’75-76) 1. Kelvin Henderson (’79-80) 2. Ian Vouyoukas (2006-07) 3. Abdur Rahiim Al Matiim (’84-85) 4. Redditt Hudson (’86-87) 5. Bryce Husak (2007-08) 6. Kenny Brown (2002-03) 7. Jamal Johnson (‘95-96) Justin Tatum (’99-01) 9. David Burns (‘80-81) 10. Chris Braun (2001-02)

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456 455 350 350 329 329 263 68 57 46 36 32 28 27 27 22 21

Billiken Hall of Famer Jim Irving scored 1,269 points in his career. Assists 1. Jim Roder (’86-87) 2. Charles Newberry (’89-90) 3. Jeff Luechtefeld (’90-91) 4. H Waldman (’94-95) 5. Kevin Footes (’90-91) 6. Josh Fisher (2003-04) 7. Bill Moulder (‘76-77) 8. Darryl Lenard (‘85-86) 9. David Burns (‘80-81) 10. Bill Paradoski (‘72-73)

235 193 150 145 141 138 126 120 102 96

Field Goal Pct.

Pct

1. Carlos Skinner (‘90-91) 2. Craig Shaver (‘78-79) 3. David Burns (‘80-81) 4. Barry Eberhardt (08-09) 5. Donnie Dobbs (‘93-94) 6. Jim Roder (‘86-87) 7. Tony Brown (‘87-88) 8. Redditt Hudson (‘86-87) 9. Kelvin Henderson (‘79-80) 10. Izik Ohanon (2004-05) Roland Gray (’88-89)

FG/A

69-112 137-234 227-392 86-149 179-312 88-154 90-161 101-182 175-316 149-283 196-372

NOTE: Minimum 100 attempts

.616 .585 .579 .577 .574 .571 559 .555 .554 .527 .527

Free Throw Pct.

1. Isiah Singletary (’82-83) 2. Luther Burden (’84-85) 3. Charles Newberry (’89-90) 4. Virgel Cobbin (’98-99) 5. Jim Glass (’79-80) 6. Harold Alcorn (‘56-57) Reggie Bryant (2004-05) 8. Kevin Lisch (2008-09) 9. Luke Meyer (2007-08) 10. Josh Fisher (2003-04)

FT/A

58-63 93-104 113-132 64-76 67-80 204-205 50-60 109-131 58-70 107-131

NOTE: Minimum 50 attempts

Steals (Since ’75-76) 1. H Waldman (’94-95) 2. Anthony Bonner (’89-90) 3. Jeff Luechtefeld (’90-91) 4. Charles Newberry (’89-90) 5. Josh Fisher (2003-04) 6. David Burns (’80-81) 7. Everne Carr (‘78-79) 8. Chris Sloan (2003-04) Darryl Lenard (‘83-84) 10. Kevin Lisch (2008-09)

Pct

.921 .894 .856 .842 .837 .833 .833 .832 .829 .817

74 70 69 55 54 52 51 49 49 40

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Junior Class Records Total Points 1. Anthony Bonner (’88-89) 2. Lewis McKinney (’74-75) 3. Erwin Claggett (’93-94) 4. Donnie Dobbs (’92-93) 5. Harry Rogers (’71-72) 6. Rich Niemann (‘66-67) 7. Reggie Bryant (2003-04) 8. Kevin Lisch (2007-08) 9. Bob Ferry (‘57-58) 10. Jim McLaughlin (‘54-55)

573 558 506 501 486 470 459 453 447 435

Total 3-Point Goals 1. Erwin Claggett (’93-94) 2. Scott Highmark (’93-94) 3. Reggie Bryant (2003-04) 4. Kevin Lisch (2007-08) 5. H Waldman (’93-94) 6. Virgel Cobbin (’97-98) 7. Drew Diener (2001-02) 8. Dave Fergerson (‘98-99) 9. Quitman Dillard (‘90-91) 10. Jeff Luechtefeld (‘89-90)

87 69 66 63 58 56 52 41 37 32

Scoring Avg. 1. Lewis McKinney (’74-75) 2. Dick Boushka (’53-54) 3. Harry Rogers (’71-72) 4. Rich Niemann (’66-67) 5. David Burns (’79-80) Erwin Claggett (’93-94) 7. BIll Morris (‘73-74) 8. Monroe Douglass (’87-88) 9. Anthony Bonner (’88-89) 10. Kevin Lisch (2007-08)

21.5 21.4 18.7 18.1 17.4 17.4 17.3 15.9 15.5 14.6

Blocked Shots (Since ’75-76) 1. Ian Vouyoukas (2005-06) 2. Abdur Rahiim Al Matiim (’83-84) 3. Kelvin Henderson (’78-79) 4. Darryl Anderson (’82-83) 5. Anthony Bonner (’88-89) 6. Justin Tatum (’99-00) 7. Chris Heinrich (’99-00) 8. Kenny Brown (2001-02) 9. Redditt Hudson (‘85-86) Matt Baniak (’99-00)

3. Bob Nordmann (’59-60) 4. Anthony Bonner (’88-89) 5. Rich Niemann (’66-67) 6. Al Serkin (’55-56) 7. Joe Wiley (‘68-69) 8. Reditt Hudson (‘85-86) 9. Jeff Harris (‘95-96) 10. Jack Mimlitz (‘56-57)

393 386 320 316 283 246 236 227

Free Throw Pct.

Assists 1. LaTodd Johnson (’81-82) 2. H Waldman (’93-94) 3. Charles Newberry (’88-89) 4. Jamall Walker (’97-98) 5. David Burns (’79-80) 6. Darryl Lenard (‘84-85) 7. Jim Roder (‘85-86) 8. Kevin Lisch (2007-08) 9. Jim Irving (‘69-70) 10. Dwayne Polk (2006-07)

153 150 134 128 127 125 118 97 86 78

Steals (Since ’75-76) 1. LaTodd Johnson (‘80-81) 2. Anthony Bonner (‘88-89) 3. Quitman Dillard (‘90-91) 4. H Waldman (‘93-94) 5. Donnie Dobbs (‘92-92) 6. David Burns (‘79-80) 7. Everne Carr (‘77-78) Anthony Drejaj (2004-05) 9. Kelvin Henderson (‘78-79) Kevin Lisch (2007-08)

Field Goal Pct. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Craig Shaver (’78-79) Tom Frericks (2003-04) Donnie Dobbs (’92-93) Anthony Bonner (’88-89) Ian Vouyoukas (2005-06) Matt Baniak (’99-00) Bill Paradoski (’71-72) Redditt Hudson (‘85-86) Jim Hackman (‘73-74)

FG/A

137-234 78-136 197-350 228-407 136-248 65-119 81-149 95-177 144-211

NOTE: Minimum 100 attempts

Pct

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

Harry Rogers (’71-72) Luther Burden (’83-84) Luke Meyer (2006-07) Rich Niemann (’66-67) LaTodd Johnson (’81-82) Bill Gardiner (’49-50) Kevin Lisch (2007-08)

FT/A

124-143 103-120 54-64 98-117 99-119 53-64 116-143

NOTE: Minimum 50 attempts

Pct

.867 .858 .844 .838 .832 .828 .811

59 58 52 51 48 46 45 45 38 38

.585 .574 .563 .560 .548 .546 .544 .540 .537

55 44 42 32 31 29 28 27 23 23

Rebound Avg. (Since ’52-53) 1. Jerry Koch (’53-54) 2. Jim McLaughlin (’54-55) 3. Bob Nordmann (’59-60) 4. Al Serkin (’55-56) 5. Rich Niemann (’66-67) 6. Bill Morris (’73-74)

20.1 16.5 14.6 12.6 12.3 11.1

Total Rebounds (Since ’52-53) 1. Jerry Koch (’53-54) 2. Jim McLaughlin (’54-55)

502 461

H Waldman was a key element on SLU’s 1994 and 1995 NCAA Tournament teams.

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Sophomore Class Records Total Points 1. Roland Gray (’86-87) 2. Kwamain Mitchell (2009-10) 3. Erwin Claggett (’92-93) 4. Monroe Douglass (’86-87) 5. Tommie Liddell III (2006-07) 6. Dick Boushka (’52-53) 7. Kevin Lisch (2006-07) 8. Scott Highmark (’92-93) 9. Willie Reed (20009-10) 10. Luther Burden (‘82-83)

575 557 552 540 507 504 477 465 435 433

Total 3-Point Goals 1. Erwin Claggett (’92-93) 2. Kevin Lisch (2006-07) 3. Kwamain Mitchell (2009-10) 4. Scott Highmark (’92-93) 5. Virgel Cobbin (’96-97) 6. Tommie Liddell III (2006-07) 7. Corey Frazier (’95-96) 8. Kyle Cassity (2009-10) 9. Jason Edwin (2001-02) 10. Anthony Drejaj (2003-04)

71 67 64 58 52 49 42 41 39 37

Scoring Avg. 1. Erwin Claggett (’92-93) 2. Dick Boushka (’52-53) 3. Roland Gray (’86-87) 4. Scott Highmark (’92-93) 5. Kwamain Mitchell (2009-10) 6. Luther Burden (’82-83)

19.7 18.7 16.9 16.0 15.9 15.5

7. Monroe Douglass (‘86-87) Tommie Liddell III (2006-07) 8. Kevin Lisch (2006-07) 10. Joe Wiley (‘67-68)

15.4 15.4 14.9 14.1

Total Rebounds 1. Cal Burnett (’56-57) 2. Jerry Koch (’52-53) 3. Willie Reed (2009-10) 4. Gary Garrison (’61-62) Joe Wiley (’67-68) 6. Harry Rogers (’70-71) 7. Anthony Bonner (‘87-88) 8. Tommie Liddell III (2006-07) 9. Jim McLaughlin (‘53-54) 10. Rich Parks (‘63-64)

416 405 278 255 255 254 245 225 212 208

Rebound Avg. 1. Jerry Koch (’52-53) 2. Cal Burnett (’56-57) 3. Gary Garrison (’61-62) Joe Wiley (’67-68) 5 Harry Rogers (’70-71) Anthony Bonner (’87-88) 7. Robin Jones (‘72-73) 8. Rich Parks (‘63-64) 9 Jim McLaughlin (‘53-54) 10. Willie Reed (2009-10)

15.0 14.9 9.8 9.8 8.8 8.8 8.7 8.3 8.2 7.9

Erwin Claggett is SLU’s all-time 3-point field goals leader.

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Field Goal Pct. 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Melvin Robinson (’90-91) Willie Reed (2009-10) Jeff Harris (’94-95) Anthony Bonner (’87-88) Ed Macauley (’46-47) Roland Gray (’86-87) Kevin Williams (‘83-84) Howard Jackson (‘74-75) Joe Wiley (‘67-68)

NOTE: Minimum 75 made

Free Throw Pct.

FG/A

157-243 176-300 77-141 154-287 144-271 216-469 109-214 109-226 153-318

FT/A

Pct

.646 .587 .546 .537 .531 .512 .509 .482 .481

Pct

1. Erwin Claggett (’92-93) 107-129 2. Kevin Lisch (2006-07) 130-158 3. Andre Craig (’81-82) 53-65 4. Luther Burden (’82-83) 87-109 5. Roland Gray (’86-87) 124-156 6. John Kilo (’64-65) 61-77 7. Harry Rogers (‘70-71) 95-124 8. Tommie Liddell III (06-07) 92-121 9. Monroe Douglass (‘86-87) 110-150 10. Kwamain Mitchell (2009-10) 93-130

.829 .823 .815 .798 .795 .792 .766 .760 .733 .715

Assists 1. LaTodd Johnson (’80-81) 2. Darryl Lenard (’83-84) 3. Kyle Cassity (2009-10) 4. Kevin Lisch (2006-07) 5. Marque Perry (’00-01) 6. Kwamain Mitchell (2009-10) 7. Erwin Claggett (’92-93) 8. Monroe Douglass (’86-87) 9. Charles Newberry (‘87-88) 10. Luther Burden (‘82-83)

142 125 117 111 107 106 105 102 97 89

Blocked Shots 1. Willie Reed (2009-10) 2. Melvin Robinson (’90-91) 3. Brian Smith (’92-93) 4. Justin Tatum (’98-99) 5. Chris Braun (’00-01) 6. Ian Vouyoukas (2004-05) 7. Matt Baniak (’98-99) Tommie Liddell III (2006-07) 9. Anthony Bonner (‘87-88) 10. Monroe Douglass (‘86-87)

73 66 28 26 22 20 19 19 18 15

Steals 1. LaTodd Johnson (’80-81) 2. Kwamain Mitchell (2009-10) 3. Darryl Lenard (’83-84) 4. Josh Fisher (2001-02) 5. Erwin Claggett (’92-93) 6. Orlando Stewart (’90-91) 7. Corey Frazier (‘95-96) 8. Anthony Drejaj (2003-04) 9. John Redden (‘97-98) 10. Anthony Bonner (‘87-88)

59 50 49 46 45 44 43 37 35 32

NOTE: Minimum 50 made

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Freshman Class Records Total Points 1. Larry Hughes (’97-98) 2. Monroe Douglass (’85-86) 3. Willie Becton (’80-81) 4. Scott Highmark (’91-92) 5. Anthony Bonner (’86-87) 6. Roland Gray (‘85-86) 7. Kwamain Mitchell (2008-09) 342 8. Kevin Lisch (2005-06) 9. Tommie Liddell III (2005-06) 10. Erwin Claggett (’92-95) Total 3-Point Goals 1. Kevin Lisch (2005-06) 2. Virgel Cobbin (’95-96) 3. Scott Highmark (’91-92) 4. Larry Hughes (97-98) Vincent Smith (’88-89) Kwamain Mitchell (2008-09) 42 7. Anthony Drejaj (2002-03) 8. Erwin Claggett (‘91-92) 9. Cody Ellis (2009-10) 10. Jamall Walker (‘95-96) Scoring Avg. 1. Larry Hughes (97-98) 2. Monroe Douglass (’85-86) 3. Willie Becton (’80-81) 4. Ricky Frazier (’77-78)

670 406 376 369 360 344 321 298 288 58 57 52 42 42 37 34 33 26 20.9 14.5 13.9 13.7

5. Scott Highmark (’91-92) 6. Leartha Scott (‘73-74) 7. Roland Gray (‘85-86) 8. Kevin Lisch (2005-06) 9. Kwamain Mitchell (2008-09) 11.0 10. Cody Ellis (2009-10)

13.2 12.4 11.5 11.1 10.5

Total Rebounds 1. Anthony Bonner (’86-87) 2. Roland Gray (’85-86) 3. Tommie Liddell III (2005-06) 4. Willie Becton (’80-81) 5. Johnnie Parker (’76-77) 6. Matt Baniak (97-98) 7. Julian Winfield (‘91-92) 8. Willie Reed (2008-09) 9. Darryl Anderson (‘80-81) 10. Brian Conklin (2008-09)

337 228 201 196 180 166 156 146 133 124

Rebound Avg. 1. Anthony Bonner (’86-87) 2. Roland Gray (’85-86) 3. Willie Becton (’80-81) 4. Johnnie Parker (’76-77) 5. Tommie Liddell III (2005-06) 6. Julian Winfield (’91-92) 7. Ricky Frazier (‘77-78) 8. Darryl Anderson (‘80-81) 9. Cody Ellis (2009-10) 10. Monroe Douglass (‘85-86) Tony Brown (‘84-85)

9.6 7.6 7.3 7.2 6.9 5.8 5.6 5.3 4.9 4.3 4.3

Field Goal Pct. 1. Melvin Robinson (’89-90) 2. Carlos Skinner (’90-91) 3. Anthony Bonner (’86-87) 4. Willie Reed (2008-09) 5. Monroe Douglass (’85-86) 6. Matt Baniak (97-98) 7. Brian Conklin (2008-09) 8. Roland Gray (‘85-86) 9. Carl Johnson (‘74-75) 10. Ricky Frazier (‘77-78)

Pct .648 .616 .592 .551 .549 .537 .522 .525 .496 .489

NOTE: Minimum 100 attempts

Free Throw Pct. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

FG/A 94-145 69-112 138-223 97-176 174-317 116-216 70-134 136-259 63-127 89-182

Roland Gray (’85-86) Scott Highmark (’91-92) Monroe Douglass (’85-86) Larry Hughes (‘97-98) Brian Conklin (2008-09) Kwamain Mitchell (2008-09)

FT/A

Pct

77-92 77-99 58-75 180-260 55-80 74-109

.783 .778 .773 .692 .688 .679

NOTE: Minimum 75 attempts

Assists 1. Kwamain Mitchell (2008-09) 113 2. Kevin Williams (’82-83) 3. Josh Fisher (2000-01) 4. Carlos McCauley (’92-93) 5. Julian Winfield (’91-92) 6. Dwayne Polk (2004-05) 7. Tommie Liddell III (2005-06) Larry Hughes (’97-98) Leartha Scott (’73-74) 10. Mark Alcorn (‘77-78) Blocked Shots 1. Melvin Robinson (’89-90) 2. Willie Reed (2008-09) 3. Matt Baniak (‘97-98) Cory Remekun (2009-10) Jon Smith (2009-10) 6. Darryl Anderson (’80-81) 7. Tommie Liddell III (2005-06) 8. Brian Smith (’91-92) 9. Chris Braun (’99-00) 10. Larry Hughes (‘97-98)

Larry Hughes was the consensus 1998 national Freshman of the Year.

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Steals 1. Larry Hughes (’97-98) 2. Josh Fisher (2000-01) Jeramy Biles (’96-97) 4. Kwamain Mitchell (2008-09) 38 5. Anthony Drejaj (2002-03) 6. Dwayne Polk (2004-05) 7. Carlos McCauley (’92-93) 8. Anthony Bonner (‘86-87) 9. Scott Highmark (‘91-92) 10. Tommie Liddell III (2005-06) Jamall Walker (‘95-96)

108 89 83 80 78 77 77 77 76 51 40 32 32 32 31 18 15 14 13 69 42 42 35 34 33 32 30 29 29

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Annual Scoring Leaders Year 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95

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Name Ed Macauley Ed Macauley Ed Macauley Ed Macauley Joe Ossola Ed Scott Ray Steiner Dick Boushka Dick Boushka Dick Boushka Grady Smith Harold Alcorn Jack Mimlitz Bob Ferry Bob Nordmann Bob Nordmann (average leader) Tom Kieffer (total points leader) Tom Kieffer Dave Harris Gil Beckemeier Rich Naes Rich Parks Rich Niemann Rich Niemann Joe Wiley Joe Wiley Jim Irving Harry Rogers Harry Rogers Billy Morris Lewis McKinney Lewis McKinney Carl Johnson Ricky Frazier (average leader) Carl Johnson (total points leader) Jim Glass David Burns David Burns Willie Becton Luther Burden Luther Burden Luther Burden Monroe Douglass Roland Gray Monroe Douglass Anthony Bonner Anthony Bonner Quitman Dillard Quitman Dillard Erwin Claggett Erwin Claggett Erwin Claggett

G-Pts-Avg 24-239-10.0 29-397-13.7 27-362-15.5 26-404-15.5 26-316-12.2 30-321-10.7 31-379-12.2 27-504-18.7 18-386-21.4 28-549-19.6 25-474-17.0 28-564-20.1 26-462-17.8 26-567-21.8 27-439-16.3 9-117-13.0 30-335-11.2 22-247-11.2 27-335-12.4 25-332-13.3 27-314-11.6 26-483-18.6 26-470-18.1 26-417-16.0 26-428-16.5 26-572-22.0 29-603-20.8 26-488-18.8 26-638-24.5 25-433-17.3 26-558-21.5 27-516-19.1 26-359-13.8 17-233-13.7 27-356-13.2 26-366-14.1 27-470-17.4 27-579-21.4 26-317-12.2 28-433-15.5 28-370-13.2 28-549-19.6 28-406-14.5 34-575-16.9 28-446-15.9 37-573-15.5 33-654-19.8 33-463-14.0 27-388-14.4 28-552-19.7 29-506-17.4 31-564-18.2

Year 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Name Jeff Harris Jeff Harris Larry Hughes Justin Love (average leader) Virgel Cobbin (total points leader) Justin Love Maurice Jeffers Marque Perry Marque Perry Reggie Bryant Reggie Bryant (average leader) Izik Ohanon (total points leader) Ian Vouyoukas Tommie Liddell III Kevin Lisch Kevin Lisch Kwamain Mitchell

G-Pts-Avg 30-386-12.9 29-374-12.9 32-670-20.9 24-329-13.7 31-334-10.8 33-602-18.2 31-497-16.0 27-382-14.1 30-514-17.1 28-459-16.4 24-292-12.2 30-354-11.8 29-404-13.9 33-507-15.4 31-453-14.6 31-436-14.1 35-557-15.9

Monroe Douglass in action during a game at the old Kiel Auditorium.

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Annual Scoring Leaders REBOUND LEADERS (SINCE 1953; 1957-58 unavailable) 1952-53 Jerry Koch 405 1953-54 Jerry Koch 502 1954-55 Jim McLaughlin 461 1955-56 Jim McLaughlin 455 1956-57 Calvin Burnett 416 1958-59 Bob Ferry 364 1959-60 Bob Nordmann 393 1960-61 Tom Kieffer 153 1961-62 Gary Garrison 255 1962-63 Donnell Reid 218 1963-64 Rich Parks 208 1964-65 Rich Naes 246 1965-66 Rich Parks 329 1966-67 Rich Niemann 320 1967-68 Rich Niemann 329 1968-69 Joe Wiley 283 1969-70 Joe Wiley 208 1970-71 Harry Rogers 254 1971-72 Rich Stallworth 217 1972-73 Harry Rogers 237 1973-74 Bill Morris 278 1974-75 Robin Jones 186 1975-76 Carl Johnson 203 1976-77 Carl Johnson 206 1977-78 Carl Johnson 244 1978-79 Kelvin Henderson 225 1979-80 Kelvin Henderson 255 1980-81 Willie Becton 196 1981-82 Willie Becton 180 1982-83 Andre Craig 197 1983-84 Carvin Norman 191 1984-85 Carvin Norman 175 1985-86 Roland Gray 228 1986-87 Anthony Bonner 337 1987-88 Anthony Bonner 245 1988-89 Anthony Bonner 386 1989-90 Anthony Bonner 456 1990-91 Quitman Dillard 187 1991-92 Quitman Dillard 168 1992-93 Donnie Dobbs 188 1993-94 Donnie Dobbs 176 1994-95 David Robinson 212 1995-96 Jeff Harris 236 1996-97 Jeff Harris 205 1997-98 Ryan Luechtefeld 188 1998-99 Ryan Luechtefeld 162 1999-00 Justin Tatum 191 2000-01 Maurice Jeffers 190 2001-02 Kenny Brown 192 2002-03 Kenny Brown 192 2003-04 Chris Sloan 153 2004-05 Izik Ohanon 161 2005-06 Ian Vouyoukas 215 2006-07 Ian Vouyoukas 244 2007-08 Luke Meyer 167 2008-09 Tommie Liddell III 181 2009-10 Willie Reed 278

ASSIST LEADERS (SINCE 1970) 1969-70 Jim Irving 1970-71 Jim Irving 1971-72 Rich Stallworth 1972-73 Bill Paradoski 1973-74 Leartha Scott 1974-75 Jim Hackmann 1975-76 Bill Moulder 1976-77 Bill Moulder 1977-78 Everne Carr 1978-79 Everne Carr 1979-80 David Burns 1980-81 LaTodd Johnson 1981-82 LaTodd Johnson 1982-83 Kevin Williams 1983-84 Darryl Lenard 1984-85 Darryl Lenard 1985-86 Darryl Lenard 1986-87 Jim Roder 1987-88 Charles Newberry 1988-89 Charles Newberry 1989-90 Charles Newberry 1990-91 Jeff Luechtefeld 1991-92 Julian Winfield 1992-93 Erwin Claggett 1993-94 H Waldman 1994-95 H Waldman 1995-96 Carlos McCauley 1996-97 Jamall Walker 1997-98 Jamall Walker 1998-99 Jamall Walker 1999-00 Justin Love 2000-01 Marque Perry 2001-02 Josh Fisher 2002-03 Josh Fisher 2003-04 Josh Fisher 2004-05 Dwayne Polk 2005-06 Tommie Liddell III 2006-07 Kevin Lisch 2007-08 Kevin Lisch 2008-09 Kwamain Mitchell 2009-10 Kyle Cassity

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89 88 83 96 77 64 73 126 58 91 127 142 153 108 125 125 120 235 97 134 193 150 80 105 150 145 94 75 128 83 83 107 98 111 138 78 77 111 97 113 117

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Billiken Head Coaches COACH George Koegan 1 yr., 13-6 (.688)

YEAR 1915-16

W 13

L 6

Armin Fischer 5 yrs., 25-41 (.379)

1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21

5 6 3 12 4 8 2 9 11 6

Steve O’Rourke 1 yr., 4-9 (.308)

1921-22

4

9

Dan Savage 4 yrs., 36-13 (.735)

1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26

5 8 14 9

5 2 2 4

Squint Hunter 1 yr., 0-14 (.000)

1926-27

Harry Reget 1 yr., 11-11 (.500)

1927-28

11 11

Mike Nyikos 8 yrs., 91-55 (.623)

1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36

14 4 14 6 13 6 12 7 9 9 10 8 11 5 8 10

Ed Davidson 2 yrs., 14-36 (.280)

1936-37 1937-38

6 15 8 21

Jack Sterret 1938-39 2 yrs., 9-30 (.321) 1939-40 Bob Klenck 1940-41 3 yrs., 22-36 (.379) 1941-42 1942-43

5 16 4 14

0 14

3 14 8 12 11 10

Dukes Duford 1 yr., 8-6 (.571)

1944-45

8

John Flanigan 2 yrs., 32-21 (.604)

1945-46 1946-47

14 10 18 11

Eddie Hickey 11 yrs., 211-89 (.703)

1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58

24 3 22 4 17 9 22 8 22 8 16 11 15 12 20 8 18 7 19 9 16 10

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COACH John Benington 7 yrs., 118-71 (.624) Joe “Buddy” Brehmer 4 yrs., 51-53 (.490)

YEAR 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69

W 20 19 21 11 16 13 18 17 13 15 6

L 6 8 9 15 12 12 9 9 13 11 20

Bob Polk 5 yrs., 72-60 (.545)

1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74

9 17 17 12 18 8 19 7 9 16

Randy Albrecht 3 yrs., 32-47 (.405)

1974-75 1975-76 1976-77

12 14 13 14 7 19

Ron Coleman 1 yr., 7-20 (.259)

1977-78

7 20

Ron Ekker 4 yrs., 37-71 (.342)

1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82

10 12 9 6

17 15 18 21

Rich Grawer 10 yrs., 159-149 (.516)

1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92

5 12 13 18 25 14 27 21 19 5

23 16 15 12 10 14 10 12 14 23

Charlie Spoonhour 7 yrs., 122-90 (.575)

1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99

12 23 23 16 11 22 15

17 6 8 14 18 11 16

Lorenzo Romar 3 yrs., 51-44 (.537)

1999-00 2000-01 2001-02

19 14 17 14 15 16

Brad Soderberg 5 yrs., 80-74 (.519)

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07

16 19 9 16 20

Rick Majerus 3 yrs., 57-42 (.576)

2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

16 15 18 14 23 13

14 13 21 13 13

WINS 1. Eddie Hickey (1947-58) 2. Rich Grawer (1983-92) 3. Charlie Spoonhour (1992-99) 4. John Benington (1958-65) 5. Mike Nyikos (1928-36) 6. Brad Soderberg (2003-07) 7. Bob Polk (1969-74) 8. Rick Majerus (2007-current) 9. Lorenzo Romar (2000-02) Joe “Buddy” Brehmer (1965-69) 11. Ron Ekker (1978-82) 12. Dan Savage (1922-26) 13. Randy Albrecht (1974-77) John Flanigan (1945-47) 15. Armin Fischer (1916-21) 16. Bob Klenck (1940-43) 17. Ed Davidson (1936-38) 18. George Keogan (1915-16) 19. Harry Reget (1927-28) 20. Jack Sterret (1938-40) 21. Dukes Duford (1944-45) 22. Ron Coleman (1977-78) 23. Steve O’Rourke (1921-22) 24. Squint Hunter (1926-27)

211 159 122 118 91 80 72 57 51 51 37 36 32 32 25 22 14 13 11 9 8 7 4 0

WINNING PERCENTAGE 1. Dan Savage (1922-26) 2. Eddie Hickey (1947-58) 3. George Keogan (1915-16) 4. John Benington (1958-65) 5. Mike Nyikos (1928-36) 6. John Flanigan (1945-47) 7. Rick Majerus (2007-current) 8. Charlie Spoonhour (1992-99) 9. Dukes Duford (1944-45) 10. Bob Polk (1969-74) 11. Lorenzo Romar (2000-02) 12. Brad Soderberg (2003-07) 13. Rich Grawer (1983-92) 14. Harry Reget (1927-28) 15. Joe “Buddy” Brehmer (1965-69) 16. Randy Albrecht (1974-77) 17. Bob Klenck (1940-43) Armin Fischer (1916-21) 19. Ron Ekker (1978-82) 20. Jack Sterret (1938-40) 21. Steve O’Rourke (1921-22) 22. Ed Davidson (1936-38) 23. Ron Coleman (1977-78) 24. Squint Hunter (1926-27)

.735 .703 .688 .624 .623 .604 .576 .575 .571 .545 .537 .519 .516 .500 .490 .405 .379 .379 .342 .321 .308 .280 .259 .000

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Tournament Appearances NCAA (3-7) Year 1952

Date March 12 March 22

Opponent New Mexico State Kansas

Result W 62-53 L 74-55

Highlights Lou McKenna 22 pts Tom Lillis 14 pts

1957

March 15 March 16

Oklahoma City SMU

L 75-66 L 78-68

Jack Mimlitz 20 pts Harold Alcorn 20 pts

1994

March 17

Maryland

L 74-66

Erwin Claggett 16 pts

1995

March 16 March 18

Minnesota Wake Forest

W 64-61 OT L 64-59

Scott Highmark 18 pts Scott Highmark 22 pts

1998

March 13 March 15

Massachusetts Kentucky

W 51-46 L 88-61

Larry Hughes 18 pts Chris Heinrich 16 pts, 10 rebs

2000

March 16

Utah

L 45-48

Maurice Jeffers 10 pts

National Invitation Tournament (19-17) Year 1948

Date March 11 March 15 March 17

Opponent Bowling Green Western Kentucky NYU (finals)

Result W 69-53 W 60-53 W 62-52

Highlights Marv Schatzman 12 pts Ed Macauley 19 pts Ed Macauley 24 pts

1949

March 14

Bowling Green

L 80-74

Ed Macauley 19 pts

1951

March 10 March 12

La Salle Brigham Young

W 73-61 L 75-58

Ray Sonnenberg 18 pts, Bob Koch 17 pts Ray Sonnenberg 10 pts, Ray Steiner 16 pts

1952

March 11

Dayton

L 68-58

Tom Lillis 13 pts, Ray Sonnenberg 10 pts

1953

March 7

St. John’s

L 81-66

Tom Lillis 21 pts, Dick Boushka 20 pts

1955

March 12 March 15

Connecticut Dayton

W 110-103 L 97-81

Dick Boushka 32 pts, Jim McLaughlin 20 pts Dick Boushka 26 pts, Jerry Koch 19 pts

1956

March 17

Xavier

L 84-80

Grady Smith 18 pts, Harold Alcorn 15 pts

1959

March 17

Providence

L 75-72

Bob Ferry 29 pts

1960 March 12 Providence L 64-53

Pete McCafferey 19 pts Bob Nordmann 13 rebs

1961 March 16 Miami (Fla.) W 58-56 March 18 Colorado State W 59-53 March 23 Dayton W 67-60 March 25 Providence (finals) L 62-59

Gordon Hartweger 19 pts Bill Nordmann 23 pts, Donnell Reid 11 rebs Glen Mankowski 15 pts, Donnell Reid 10 rebs Tom Kieffer 18 pts, Bill Nordmann 16 pts

1963

March 16 March 19

La Salle Marquette

W 62-61 L 84-49

Don Dee 22 pts,16 rebs Don Dee 12 pts, 9 rebs

1965

March 13

Army

L 70-66

Rick Rineberg 17 pts, Gary Garrison 11 rebs

1987 March 13 St. Peter’s W 76-60 March 17 Southern Miss L 83-78 OT

Monroe Douglass 23 pts Monroe Douglass 21 pts Anthony Bonner14 rebs

1989

March 15 March 20 March 23 March 27 March 29

Southern Illinois Wisconsin New Mexico Michigan State St. John’s (finals)

W 87-54 W 73-68 W 66-65 W 74-64 L 73-65

Anthony Bonner 20 pts Roland Gray, Charles Newberry 17 pts Roland Gray 34 pts, 11 rebs Monroe Douglass 25 pts Roland Gray 21 pts, Anthony Bonner 11 rebs

1990

March 16 March 20 March 22 March 26 March 28

Kent State UW-Green Bay DePaul New Mexico Vanderbilt (finals)

W 85-74 W 58-54 W 54-47 W 80-73 L 74-72

Anthony Bonner 31 pts, 13 rebs Anthony Bonner 18 pts, 17 rebs Jeff Luechtefeld 15 pts Anthony Bonner 24 pts, 19 rebs Anthony Bonner 19 pts

1996

March 13

Minnesota

L 68-52

Virgel Cobbin 22 pts

2003

March 19

Minnesota

L 62-56

Chris Sloan 13 points, 9 rebs

2004

March 16 March 22

Iowa Notre Dame

W 70-69 L 77-66

Anthony Drejaj 23 points Josh Fisher 21 points

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Year

1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1959-60 1960-61 1962-63 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Tournament (71-82)

Sugar Bowl (won title) Cotton Bowl (won title) Sugar Bowl Sugar Bowl (won title) Sugar Bowl Holiday Tournament Kentucky Invitational Kentucky Invitational (won) LA Classic Memphis Invitational Rainbow Classic Far West Classic LA Classic Vanderbilt Invitational Rainbow Classic St. L. Holiday Inv. (won) Senior Bowl St. L. Holiday Inv. (won) ECAC Holiday Tourney Metro Conference Bruin Classic Show Me Classic Far West Classic Metro Conference Metro Conference Wisconsin Invitational Roanoke Time World News Toledo Bay Classic Metro Conference IPTAY (Clemson) Sun Bowl Metro Conference Connecticut Mutual Classic Metro Conference Metro Conference Budweiser Holiday Classic Midwestern City Conf. Midwestern City Conf. Midwestern Coll. Conf. Hawaii Pacific (won) MCC Irish Tournament MCC Hawaii Pacific MCC MCC MCC Great Midwest Conference Preseason NIT Great Midwest Conference Great Midwest Conference Great Midwest Conference United Airlines Tipoff Classic Conference USA Preseason NIT Puerto Rico Holiday Classic Conference USA NCAA Big Island Invitational Conference USA Conference USA Rainbow Classic Conference USA Las Vegas Invitational Conference USA Conference USA Conference USA Paradise Jam Conference USA Atlantic 10 Shelby Metcalf Classic Atlantic 10 Hispanic College Fund Atlantic 10 Las Vegas Classic Atlantic 10 Chicago Invitational Atlantic 10 CBI

W L 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 0 2 2 1 0 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 2 0 1 2 1 0 0 2 2 2 0 2 1 2 0 3

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

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NCAA Tournament Records Saint Louis 68 vs. SMU, 3/16/57

TEAM RECORDS Opponents Most Points 88 Kentucky, 3/15/98

45 vs. Utah, 3/16/00

Fewest Points 46 UMass, 3/13/98

Field Goals Attempted 69 vs. Wake Forest, 3/18/95 61 Minnesota, 3/16/95 Field Goals Made 24 (thrice) last vs. Wake Forest, 31 Kentucky, 3/15/98 3/18/95 Best Field Goal Percentage .429 vs. Maryland, 3/17/94 .583 Maryland, 3/17/94 Lowest Field Goal Percentage .344 vs. Minnesota, 3/16/95 .344 Minnesota, 3/16/95 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 39 vs. Wake Forest, 3/18/95 23 Minnesota, 3/16/95 3-Point Field Goals Made 11 vs. Minnesota, 3/16/95 10 Kentucky, 3/15/98 3-Point Field Goal Percentage .478 vs. Minnesota, 3/16/95 .455 Kentucky, 3/15/98 Free Throws Attempted 26 vs. New Mexico A&M, 32 Oklahoma City, 3/15/57 3/12/52 Free Throws Made 18 vs. Kentucky, 3/15/98 21 Oklahoma City, 3/15/57 Free-Throw Percentage .846 vs. Maryland, 3/17/94 .800 UMass, 3/13/98 43 vs. Minnesota, 3/16/95 15 vs. UMass, 3/13/98 11 (twice) last vs. Utah, 3/16/00 4 vs. UMass, 3/13/98

Rebounds 49 Minnesota, 3/16/95 Assists Steals

22 Kentucky, 3/15/98 11 (twice) last by Kentucky, 3/15/98

Blocked Shots 9 Kentucky, 3/15/98

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Opponents Points 22 (twice) last by Scott Highmark, 25 Hub Reed, Oklahoma vs. Wake Forest, 3/18/95 City, 3/15/57 Saint Louis

19 Erwin Claggett vs. Minnesota, 3/16/95

Field Goals Attempted 19 Monty Mack, UMass 3/13/98

Field Goals Made 9 (thrice) last by Scott Highmark, 12 Reed, Oklahoma City, vs. Wake Forest, 3/18/95 3/15/57 Field Goal Percentage 1.000 (thrice) last by Justin 1.000 (thrice) last by Nate Tatum (3-3) vs. Utah, Althoff (1-1), Utah, 3/16/00 3/16/00 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 14 Erwin Claggett vs. Wake 10 Voshon Leonard, Forest, 3/18/95 Minnesota, 3/16/95 3-Point Field Goals Made 4 (thrice) last by Virgel Cobbin 4 Voshon Leonard, vs. UMass, 3/13/98 Minnesota, 3/16/95 3-Point Field Goal Percentage 1.000 Virgel Cobbin (4-4) 1.000 (twice) last by Phil vs. UMass, 3/13/98 Cullen (3-3), Utah, 3/16/00 Free Throws Attempted 10 Chris Heinrich vs. Kentucky, 14 Lyndon Lee, Oklahoma 3/15/98 City, 3/15/57 Free Throws Made 8 Harold Alcorn vs. Oklahoma 10 Lyndon Lee, Oklahoma City, 3/15/57 City, 3/15/57 Free-Throw Percentage 1.000 (four times) last Chris 1.000 (11 times) last by Heinrich (1-1) vs. Utah, Jayson Walton (6-6) 3/16/00 Minnesota, 3/16/95 Rebounds 15 Jeff Harris vs. Wake Forest, 16 Tyrone Weeks, UMass, 3/18/95 3/13/98 Assists 6 H Waldman vs. Wake Forest, 11 Duane Simpkins, 3/18/95 Maryland, 3/17/94 4 John Redden vs. Utah, 3/16/00

Steals

5 Townsend Orr, Minnesota, 3/16/95

Blocked Shots 3 Larry Hughes vs. Kentucky, 4 (twice) last by Jamaal 3/15/98 Magliore, Kentucky, 3/15/98

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1,000 Point Club #1 Anthony Bonner 1986-1990 1,972 points

#9 Dick Boushka 1951-1955 1,440 points

#17 Jim McLaughlin 1953-1956 1,170 points

#2 Erwin Claggett 1991-1995 1,910 points

#10 Ed Macauley 1945-1949 1,402 points

#18 Bob Ferry 1956-1959 1,128 points

#3 Roland Gray 1985-1989 1,880 points

#11 Joe Wiley 1967-1970 1,368 points

#19 Jack Mimlitz 1955-1958 1,116 points

#4 Monroe Douglass 1985-1989 1,877 points

#12 Marque Perry 1999-2003 1,358 points

#20 Virgel Cobbin 1995-1999 1,107 points

#5 Scott Highmark 1991-1995 1,703 points

#13 Luther Burden 1982-1985 1,349 points

#21 David Burns 1979-1981 1,049 points

#6 Kevin Lisch 2005-2009 1,687 points

#14 Lewis McKinney 1973-1976 1,325 points

#22 Ian Vouyoukas 2003-2007 1,046 points

#7 Tommie Liddell III 2005-2009 1,547 points

#15 Jim Irving 1968-1971 1,269 points

#23 Jeff Harris 1993-1997 1,037 points

#8 Harry Rogers 1970-1973 1,491 points

#16 Carl Johnson 1974-1978 1,187 points

#24 Bob Cole 1964-1967 1,018 points

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FATHER BIONDI’S MISSION STATEMENT “My vision is to establish and maintain Saint Louis University as the finest Catholic university in the United States, wherein the entire University community is actively engaged in student formation. Challenged by outstanding faculty and a modern, value-centered curriculum reflecting the Jesuit tradition, students are fully prepared to contribute to society and to be effective leaders of social change based on the ethical values and principles taught in the Saint Louis University tradition.” About SLU Saint Louis University is a Catholic, Jesuit university ranked among the top research institutions in the nation. The University fosters the intellectual and character development of 12,733 students. Founded in 1818, it is the oldest university west of the Mississippi and the second-oldest Jesuit university in the United States. Through teaching, research, health care and community service, SLU has provided one-of-a-kind education, leadership and service for 191 years. Learn more about SLU at www.slu.edu.

Life at SLU The Student Government Association charters approximately 190 student organizations including service/honorary/social fraternities and sororities, media/audiovisual programming groups and special-interest clubs. Among the University’s numerous amenities are a 120,000-square-foot recreation center, an expanded student and alumni center, an on-campus hotel and several art galleries. Eight residence halls, three apartment complexes and three language houses offer diverse living options.

SLU at a Glance Saint Louis University is ranked among the top five Jesuit universities in the country and is considered one of the nation’s best values in higher education. Many of SLU’s undergraduate and graduate programs have earned national recognition. The 2009 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” ranks SLU 80th out of more than 260 national universities. SLU is one of the area’s largest and most respected employers with almost 9,000 employees, including faculty, staff, student workers and house-staff residents. The University consists of 127 buildings on 235 acres.

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SLU by the Numbers 113,899 living alumni 13,313 total enrollment in 2009-10 8,119 undergraduates in 2009-10 3,167 degrees awarded in 2008-09 818 international students from 75 countries 96 percent of first-time freshmen receiving financial aid 57 percent of undergraduates from out of state 39 number of endowed professorships

Top-Notch Teaching Saint Louis University boasts more than 1,500 outstanding faculty members, with 99 percent of tenured and tenure-track faculty members holding a terminal degree. SLU offers inquiry courses for undergraduates that feature small class sizes and unique learning experiences. In fact, the average class size is 23.1 students, and the student-to-teacher ratio is 12:1. Thirty-seven Jesuits live, teach and minister at Saint Louis University, which boasts 39 endowed chairs and 13 named professorships. SLU offers more than 95 academic programs in the arts and sciences, philosophy and letters, engineering and aviation, business, the allied health professions and nursing, and social services. Nationally recognized experts teach undergraduate courses in philosophy, biology and chemistry, just to name a few. Character Development SLU has been recognized as a character-building college by The Templeton Guide: Colleges that Encourage Character Development. Dedicated to forming “women and men for others,� the University received a $1.93 million grant from the Lilly Endowment Inc. for a project that encourages students to reflect on faith and value commitments, as well as service to others, when choosing careers. In the most recent survey, University students, faculty and staff contributed a record-high 836,550 community service hours to organizations, groups and individuals.

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University Administration Lawrence Biondi, S.J. University President

Since his inauguration in 1987, Saint Louis University President Lawrence Biondi, S.J., has upgraded and modernized University buildings and has revitalized the surrounding campus environment. Most importantly, he has committed vast University resources to academics, student scholarships and financial aid, faculty research and state-of-

the-art technology. Under his guidance, the University has completed a number of significant construction projects including the $81 million oncampus Chaifetz Arena, which opened in 2008. Also during his tenure, Biondi has focused on recruiting the finest faculty and students, increasing the University’s academic standards and achievements and developing the University as a major research center. His ultimate vision is to establish SLU as the finest Catholic university in the United States. Considered one of the most influential citizens in St. Louis, Biondi has earned numerous accolades and honors throughout his more than two decades as SLU’s president. The St. Louis Business Journal has honored Biondi as one of only 10 “legends” – individuals “who have gone beyond being influential to become legends in our region and beyond.” He was named St. Louis’ “Citizen of the Year” for 2005. Awarded by a committee of former recipients, the honor is given to a community leader who demonstrates concern for St. Louis’ growth and vitality. The Coro Leadership Center-St. Louis recognized Biondi with the Mayor John H. Poelker Award, which honors community leaders who are

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committed to excellence in public affairs and who demonstrate a passion for neighborhood and economic development. In recognition of his outstanding service to the development of the city of St. Louis, Biondi earned the prestigious St. Louis Award. The St. Louis Ambassadors also recognized Biondi with the Leon R. Strauss Urban Pioneer Award, which is given to an individual in the St. Louis community who has contributed greatly to the development, restoration or improvement of St. Louis. And in 1999, readers of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch named him one of St. Louis’ “Citizens of the Century.” Biondi’s leadership and vision also have earned him international acclaim. The president of Italy conferred upon him the rank and title of Cavaliere, Order of Merit, Republic of Italy. In addition to his commitment to SLU, Biondi serves on many boards of local and national organizations including Civic Progress of St. Louis, the Missouri Botanical Garden, the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities and the Atlantic 10 Conference. A Chicago native, Biondi holds six degrees. His master’s degree in linguistics (1966) and his doctorate in sociolinguistics (1975) were conferred by Georgetown University. He has three degrees from Loyola University Chicago and a licentiate in sacred theology from the Jesuit School of Theology at Chicago. Before coming to Saint Louis University, Biondi was dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Loyola University Chicago.

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Athletics Administration Chris May

Athletics Director Saint Louis University director of athletics Chris May has guided Billiken athletics to consistent growth and a high level of success since taking the helm Jan. 30, 2008. The mission of Saint Louis athletics under May’s leadership is to deliver a program of academic and athletic excellence and engage the University community in sharing in the success of Billiken student-athletes. His vision is to fully integrate SLU athletics into the Saint Louis University community through realization of the department’s primary goals of educating student-athletes, attaining competitive success and building community. On the education front, SLU continues to be one of the leading institutions in the Atlantic 10 Conference. Billiken student-athletes posted an aggregate 3.124 grade point average in the 2009-10 academic year, a mark that was bolstered by 53 individuals who achieved a 4.0 GPA. Saint Louis produced eight ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District honorees chosen by the College Sports Information Directors of America as well as 16 A-10 Academic AllConference selections. A total of 103 individuals earned a place on the A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (minimum 3.5 semester GPA) in at least one semester, with 57 Billikens appearing on the list both semesters. For a second consecutive year, five SLU teams were recognized by the NCAA for multi-year Academic Progress Rate scores in the top 10 percent of their sports. Fifty-six studentathletes were awarded a degree by the University in 2010. Saint Louis teams continued to achieve considerable success in the realm of competition in 2009-10. The volleyball team earned an NCAA Tournament berth for a second consecutive season and a third time in four years. The Billikens were awarded a preseason national ranking for the first time and remained in the Top 25 all season despite facing one of the nation’s toughest schedules. The men’s soccer team claimed its first Atlantic 10 Championship title and made a strong run in the program’s fourth straight and 46th overall NCAA Tournament appearance. Season highlights also included a rousing celebration of the first 50 years of Billiken soccer that brought more than 200 former players to campus. The men’s basketball team exceeded the expectations of many A-10 observers, finishing fourth after being predicted to place 12th. Saint Louis experienced postseason play for the first time since 2004 and made the most of the opportunity, reaching the finals of the College Basketball Invitational. The Billikens won 23 games, tying for the fourth most victories in program history. In its inaugural season, the popular Billiken Legends program honored several successful SLU teams, reconnecting SLU fans with the glorious history of Billiken basketball. The baseball team caught fire near the end of the season and captured the program’s second Atlantic 10 Championship crown and NCAA Tournament berth in five years of conference membership. The Billikens collected a school-record 33 wins,

including a doubleheader sweep of nationally ranked Kansas. The softball squad also established a school mark by winning 30 games. The men’s cross country team turned in its best-ever A-10 Championship finish, while women’s cross country produced its first A-10 All-Conference performer. Women’s tennis placed three players on the All-Conference list for the first time in program annals. In track and field, SLU qualified both a male and female for NCAA outdoor regional competition for the first time in history. Equally as impressive as the academic and athletic accomplishments is the department’s strong commitment to community service that coincides with the University’s mission. SLU student-athletes stayed true to the Jesuit tradition in 200910, enthusiastically contributing thousands of service hours to numerous organizations and individuals. Under May’s guidance, Saint Louis established an athletics fund-raising mark in 2009-10 that included record revenue from the Billiken Golf Classic. Additionally, he helped lead SLU’s successful bid to host a 2012 NCAA men’s basketball regional. The department carried out a successful spectator reseating plan for Chaifetz Arena in 2008-09, a year that also saw May spearhead the negotiation of a three-year agreement with the Bonneville Radio Group to carry Billiken men’s basketball on the 100,000-watt 101.1 WXOS-FM/ESPN Radio, dramatically increasing the Bills’ broadcast reach in the Greater St. Louis area. May’s membership on the A-10’s Finance Committee and Men’s Basketball Tournament Committee is part of a departmentwide involvement, as several SLU staff members hold positions on key conference committees. He also was a member of the Athletics Director Committee that participated in the process which culminated in the hiring of A-10 Commissioner Bernadette McGlade. In addition, May is active with the St. Louis Sports Commission and is a member of the Missouri Athletic Club. May came to Saint Louis following more than 22 years of service at the University of Colorado, where he most recently was associate athletics director for external affairs. He was a leader in the “Your Team” campaign for Colorado athletics, which focused on ticket sales, fund raising and image building, and he played a major role in the $46.4 million expansion of CU’s football stadium, Folsom Field. Also among May’s numerous significant contributions were management of the annual Colorado-Colorado State “Rocky Mountain Showdown” football game in Denver; negotiations with corporate sponsors that culminated in an $18.1 million guaranteed contract with Learfield Sports; management of sport programs that won NCAA national championships; and participation in the management of 18 bowl appearances by the CU football team. In addition, May was co-chair of the development and implementation of a 10-year strategic plan for CU athletics. Among his Big 12 Conference committee assignments was a stint on the league’s ad hoc marketing committee, which he once chaired. He also held membership on the Metro Denver Sports Commission. May received a bachelor of business administration degree from Iowa State University, where he was a track and field athlete, in 1985 and an MBA from the University of Colorado in 1988. He and his wife, Joanne, are the parents of Lucy, Jack and Sophia.

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SLU Sports Medicine Jonathan Burch Director of Sports Medicine

SLU Sports Medicine Mission Statement Under the direction of the Saint Louis University department of athletics, the goal of the SLU sports medicine staff is to provide our student-athletes with the highest quality of comprehensive health care services that are associated with their athletic participation at Saint Louis University. The SLU sports medicine staff is determined to provide the highest quality care by managing all risks affecting the health and safety of every Billiken student-athlete.

Theresa Hummel Athletic Trainer MS, ATC, LAT

Miya Sullivan Athletic Trainer MS, ATC, LAT

Angie Wills Athletic Trainer MS, ATC, LAT

The sports medicine team at Saint Louis University is dedicated to four primary elements in managing athletic injuries and illnesses: prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and education. The SLU athletic training staff and the multi-disciplined SLU medical staff strive to reach the highest standards in each of these areas when working with our student-athletes. There are two on-campus athletic training rooms that serve SLU student-athletes. The main sports medicine center is located in Chaifetz Arena, while Robert R. Hermann Stadium is home to a satellite athletic training room. The Chaifetz Arena facility boasts state-of-the-art equipment that is strategically designed to provide the best care and performance, including a SwimEx 700 series rehabilitation pool, a Grimm Scientific CRYOTherm polarplunge pool and numerous other essential pieces of modality and rehabilitation equipment. Each piece of equipment is designed to give student-athletes the best care and to aid them in returning to competition as quickly and safely as possible. The SLU SportsCare Clinic also serves the student-athletes. It features physician services (including x-ray) as well as physicaltherapy services for SLU students and is conveniently located at the Student Health Center in Marchetti Towers. Billiken student-athletes receive physician coverage that is second to none in the Atlantic 10 Conference. Our physicians are tirelessly dedicated to the Billikens, covering athletic events and regularly providing medical care during evenings and weekends. An extensive referral network also is in place. Through the Saint Louis University Medical Center, the Anheuser-Busch Eye Institute and SLUCare, Billiken student-athletes receive medical care from some of the nation’s top specialists. Areas of specialty include asthma/allergy, cardiology, dentistry, dermatology, gastroenterology, general surgery, neurology, nutrition, ophthalmology, orthopedics, otolaryngology, plastic surgery, physical therapy, psychology and radiology.

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Jonathan Burch was named assistant director of athletics/ director of sports medicine in July 2007. Burch, a 1992 graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi, supervises a staff of three fulltime certified athletic trainers whose responsibilities include injury prevention, rehabilitation and evaluation of Billiken studentathletes from SLU’s 18 sports programs. In addition to overseeing the daily operation of the sports medicine staff, he serves as head trainer for SLU’s men’s basketball program as well as the field hockey squad. Burch spent four years as the supervisor of sports medicine for the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Miss. In that capacity, he supervised six full-time certified athletic trainers as well as six part-time physical therapists. While overseeing and directing all aspects of the sports medicine program, he was also responsible for arranging consultations for Ole Miss studentathletes. Prior to his stint at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, Burch served as head athletic trainer at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock for seven years. While with the Trojans, he was the trainer for the men’s basketball program. He also served as head athletic trainer/outreach coordinator for the Arkansas Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Center and was a head athletic trainer for NFL Europe’s London Monarchs in 1996.

SLU Medical Staff Primary Care Team Physicians Janiece Stewart, M.D. Tyler Wadsworth, M.D. William Mitchell, M.D. 2010-11 Fellows Mario Parra, M.D. Pretti Shastri, M.D. Team Consultant Mike Cannon, M.D.

Orthopedics Scott Kaar, M.D. Adnan Cutuk, M.D. 2010-11 Residents Cody Bellard, M.D. Jason Cobb, M.D. Adrian Davis, M.D. Brian Dean, M.D. Christopher Mudd, M.D. Christopher O’Boynick,, M.D. Maegen Wallace, M.D. Bradley Warlick, M.D.

Physical Therapists Tricia Austin, PT, ATC Sarah Bennett, PT, ATC Jason Bennett, PT, SCS, ATC Mark Reinking, PT, SCS, ATC

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Strength and Conditioning The Saint Louis University department of athletics continually seeks to identify and implement the latest and best innovations in strength and conditioning. The philosophy is that all studentathletes can improve their performance potential and decrease the risk of injury by elevating their fitness levels through a comprehensive strength and conditioning program. “The goal of the Saint Louis University strength and conditioning department is to increase the athleticism of each student-athlete while reducing his or her risk of suffering a sportrelated injury,” strength and conditioning director Scott Charland said. “With the opening of Chaifetz Arena and our new strength and conditioning center, we are now able to accomplish that goal in one of the best facilities in the country.” The Billiken strength and conditioning program has been greatly enhanced by the addition of a spacious, ultra-modern strength and conditioning center located in the new Chaifetz Arena. The facility measures almost 4,000 square feet and features Power Lift state-of-the-art equipment – popular for its unique design and appearance, recruiting appeal and safe, multifunctional training capabilities – along with more than 8,000 pounds of free weights. The setup allows entire teams to train simultaneously as opposed to only individual workouts. Charland and Erick Schork, the men’s and women’s basketball strength and conditioning coach, work intensively with studentathletes in all aspects to maximize athletic development. They coordinate specialized training with the sports medicine staff for student-athletes recovering from injury. The staff is also available to counsel student-athletes in nutritional issues and recovery techniques to maximize performance potential.

Erick Schork Strength and Conditioning Coordinator/Basketball Erick Schork is in his fourth season as strength and conditioning coach for the Billiken women’s and men’s basketball teams. Last season, he had four student-athletes earn NSCA All-America honors. Prior to his arrival at SLU, Schork spent four years as the director of strength and conditioning at Wright State University. While at WSU, he helped design and implement training programs for 250 student-athletes, including the women’s and men’s basketball teams. Schork came to Wright State from Ohio State University, where he served as an assistant strength coach from 1997 through 2003. Schork earned a bachelor’s degree at Springfield (Mass.) College in 1995 and a master’s degree at Western Michigan in 1997. He served as a graduate assistant while attending WMU from 1995-97. After graduation, Schork worked with the Buffalo Bills of the NFL in 1997. He also was the speed coach at Wittenberg University, designed the first weight room for the NHL’s Columbus Blue Jackets and was a consultant for USA Youth Hockey. Schork is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association and the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association and is a certified strength and conditioning coach through those organizations. Schork resides in St. Louis with his wife, Amy, and their daughter, Anna.

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Academic Services Dr. Michael Ross Faculty Athletic Rep. Dr. Michael Ross has served as faculty athletics representative since 1990. He also serves as chair of the University’s athletic advisory committee. Ross describes his role as “the institutional link between the classroom and the playing field to ensure that SLU athletics maintains its tradition of academic excellence and integrity.” Ross is a professor of psychology and the director of the clinical psychology doctoral program in the College of Arts and Sciences. He is also a professor of psychiatry and human behavior in the School of Medicine. His responsibilities as an assistant to the office of the provost include student academic issues and community partnerships. A Fellow in the Academy of Clinical Psychology, Ross has research interests in sports psychology, ethics and professional issues in clinical psychology, and psychotherapy process and outcome. As one of the most popular teachers at SLU, Ross was awarded the Robert A. Johnson, S.J. Award for Excellence in Teaching for the College of Arts and Sciences. Ross earned his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Missouri-Columbia, completed his internship at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center in New York City and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Saint Louis University Medical Center.

Combining academic achievement with athletic success is the primary focus of the Saint Louis University department of athletics and its coaches. Under the guidance of director Brandon Morris and academic coordinator Heather Freehill, the Billiken athletic academic services program provides SLU student-athletes with a broad range of high-quality services that are second to none in intercollegiate athletics. The mission of Saint Louis athletic academic services is to provide a comprehensive program that challenges, supports and nurtures the academic, personal and professional growth of Billiken student-athletes. Through Project BALANCE – Billiken Athletes Learning and Achieving while Negotiating their commitment to Competition and Education – SLU student-athletes are provided with opportunities and services that can make their experience at Saint Louis University truly extraordinary. The Billiken academic services staff offers academic, career and personal counseling, guidance in monitoring the registration and class schedules of student-athletes, supervised and open study tables, access to an Internetcompatible computer lab in Chaifetz Arena and a comprehensive tutorial program. Academic services has a staff of trained tutors, both undergraduate and graduate students, who post superior academic records. The goal of tutoring is to provide assistance that encourages students to become independent learners. Students requesting a tutor meet first with their team academic counselor to discuss specific needs, expectations and goals.

Brandon Morris Director of Academic Services

Heather Freehill Academic Coordinator

Academic Services Core Values • Provide an atmosphere that will enhance learning, leading to significant intellectual and personal development. • Provide a sense of empowerment to become strong self-advocates in the academic and athletic arenas. • Provide awareness of and appreciation for, the ideals of a diverse and inclusive community on and off campus. • Provide opportunities to build and expand qualities of leadership, accountability and commitment.

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Academic Excellence Saint Louis University has long been known for combining academic achievement and athletic success. In 2008-09, Billiken student-athletes posted a 3.1 cumulative grade point average. Saint Louis had a total of 124 student-athletes make the A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll during the 2008 fall semester and/ or 2009 spring semester. These studentathletes achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better. SLU produced five Academic All-Americans and three A-10 StudentAthletes of the Year. During its 10-year tenure in Conference USA before joining the Atlantic 10 Conference in 2005-06, Saint Louis University was the recipient of the C-USA Institutional Excellence Award each year. The award was given to the school with the highest cumulative grade point average during the current academic year for all student-athletes in conference-sponsored sports.

The academic center in Chaifetz Arena has 12 computer stations, a laser printer and a private meeting room.

DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI Many Billiken basketball alumni have distinguished themselves in the professional world following their graduation from the University. The following are just a few of the impressive careers fashioned by former Billikens: Cal Burnett (’59) – President of Coppin State University Quitman Dillard (’92) – Head coach at Westinghouse High School in Chicago Bob Ferry (’59) – Former general manager of the Washington Bullets Johnny Furr (’77) – Vice president of corporate affairs at Anheuser-Busch Inc. Kevin King (’77) – Associate at King, Hellmich, Hentz & Borbonus Bill Koeneman (’52) – Owner of the Koeneman Agency in Chester, Ill.

Academic All-American Kevin Lisch In 2008-09, Kevin Lisch became the sixth Billiken men’s basketball studentathlete to earn Academic All-America honors. In addition, he teamed with younger sister Theresa to become the first brother-sister basketball tandem named Academic All-Americans at the same school in the same year. Lisch was also one of 10 studentathletes named to the NACDA Division I-AAA Scholar-Athlete team. His selection to that prestigious squad marked the third-consecutive year that a SLU studentathlete earned that distinction. Lisch was selected the Atlantic 10 Conference men’s basketball StudentAthlete of the Year in 2008-09.

Phil Lehman (’50) – Partner at Shaughnessy-Kniep-Hawe Paper Co. and former senior vice president of sales Mike Lockette (’71) – Owner and president, Maximum Communication Inc. Dave Luechtefeld (’62) – State senator from southern Illinois and former long time Okawville High School head basketball coach Ed Macauley (’49) – Retired Hall of Fame professional basketball player, currently a deacon in the Archdiocese of St. Louis Lewis McKinney (’76) – Senior director; corporate representative, industry and government affairs at Anheuser-Busch inc. Ted Mimlitz (’87) – Doctor (OB-GYN) at St. John’s Mercy Medical Center Hank Raymonds (’48) – Former basketball coach at Marquette University D.C. Wilcutt (’48) – Former head basketball coach at Christian Brothers College High School in St. Louis Joe Wiley (’70) – President of Quest Management Consultants

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Academic Excellence Of the 55 seniors who completed their eligiblity for the Saint Louis University basketball program dating back to the class of 1992, 51 student-athletes earned their degrees or are completing work toward their degrees. Here is a review of some of them: Matt Baniak – Graduated with a degree in psychology and is working for Medassets Supply Chain Systems in Bridgeton, Mo., while also serving as the junior high head basketball coach of the Maplewood/ Richmond Heights School District. He played professionally in Switzerland from 2001 to 2004. Sekeue Barentine – Graduated with a degree in business and is a small-business owner in Lancaster, Texas. Chris Braun – Graduated with a degree in business. He opened The Winning Streak, his own sporting goods supply company in Belleville, Ill., in 2004. Kenny Brown – Graduated with a degree in criminal justice and played professional basketball in Portugal. Reggie Bryant – Graduated with a degree in sociology and is pursuing professional basketball opportunities in Europe. Donnie Campbell – Graduated with a degree in computer science. He is working for Ernst & Young in Lyndhurst, N.J., focused on project management for software engineering efforts. Erwin Claggett – Graduated with a degree in education. He has retired from playing professionally and is the head basketball coach at McCluer High School in Florissant, Mo. Virgel Cobbin – Is just short of his degree requirements in marketing and last played professionally in Birmingham, England, during 2000-01. Drew Diener – Graduated with a degree in education and is the head coach at Cardinal Stritch University in Wisconsin. Anthony Drejaj – Completed his communication degree during the summer of 2008. Recently finished playing

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Billiken alumni gathered around the Billiken in 2006 to shoot a promotional TV spot for the basketball program. professionally for Sigal Prishtine in Kosovo. Dave Fergerson – Graduated with a degree in communication. He played professionally in Norway and Finland during 2002-03, in Freiburg, Germany, in 2004 and is currently playing in France. Josh Fisher – Graduated with a degree in criminal justice and is playing professional basketball in Spain. Corey Frazier – Completed his degree work at the University of Missouri-St. Louis and is head basketball coach at MaplewoodRichmond Heights High School in St. Louis. Tom Frericks – Graduated with a degree in psychology and is a sales representative for Crown Packaging Co. in Nashville, Tenn. Corey Grays – Graduated with a degree in communication and received his master’s degree from Incarnate Word College in San Antonio, Texas. Jeff Harris – Graduated with a degree in criminal justice and is vice president/ northeast sales for Keefe Group in Edison, N.J.

Chris Heinrich – Is just short of his degree in communication and is playing professionally in Germany. Scott Highmark – Graduated with a degree in business/marketing and is a first vice president of wealth management at SmithBarney, a major investment firm in St. Louis. Phillip Hunt – Graduated with a degree in communication and is head basketball coach and sports information director at Harris-Stowe State University. Maurice Jeffers – A second-round draft choice of the Sacramento Kings in the 2001 NBA Draft, he is working toward his degree in criminal justice. Jeffers played in Switzerland in 2002-03 and played with Kansas City in the USBL in 2003-04. Jamal Johnson – Graduated with a dual degree in history and communication and played professional basketball in Spain for six seasons. Eric Jones – Graduated with a degree in finance and is working in the mergers and acquisitions group for TXU in Texas. Marcus Jones – Obtained his master’s degree in physical therapy at SLU and

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Academic Excellence is a site coordinator for HealthSouth in Harrison, Ark. Kevin Lisch – An Academic All-American, earned both his undergraduate degree and his M.B.A. Is playing professionally for Perth in Australia. Justin Love – Graduated with a degree in speech pathology/communication disorders. Signed as a free agent with the NBA’s Phoenix Suns in 2000. He is playing professionally in Latvia after stints in Germany, China and with the St. Louis Skyhawks. Ryan Luechtefeld – Graduated with a degree in math education and manages a branch office for Midwest Mortgage Capital in Fairview Heights, Ill. Rashid Malik – Graduated with a degree in communication. He is a teacher in the Houston area. Carlos McCauley – Graduated with a degree in criminal justice and earned his doctoral degree at Southern California. He works for the National Association of State Boards of Education redesigning policies for high school reform in 26 states. Vas’Shun Newborne – Graduated with a degree in economics. He is working as a sales representative for Victor Marketing Corp. in St. Louis. Izik Ohanon – Graduated with a degree in business and is playing professionally in Israel for Hapoel Jerusalem. Evan Pedersen – Graduated with a degree in communication and is a sales representative for Sanofi-Aventis Pharmaceuticals in St. Louis. He is also the Bishop for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Fenton, Mo.

in communication and is a computer technical assistant in the St. Louis Public Library system, while assisting Corey Frazier with Maplewood High School’s basketball team. Troy Robertson – Graduated with a degree in finance and is working in real estate development in St. Louis. David Robinson – Graduated with a degree in communication and is a teacher at Humbolt Middle School in St. Louis, where he is coordinator of the 21st Century After School Program and serves as both the boys’ and girls’ basketball coach.

with Greek pro team Olympiakos BC. H Waldman – Graduated with a degree in finance and played professionally in Israel for five years and in Russia in 2003-04. He is a vice president for Kelley Technologies in Las Vegas. Jamall Walker – Graduated with a degree in education. During the summer of 2009, he was named director of basketball operations at the University of Arizona.

Carlos Sharlow – Graduated with a degree in political science and earned his law degree at Washington (Mo.) University. He works for Teck Systems as an information technology recruiter. Larry Simmons – Graduated with a degree in communication and is working in Houston. Chris Sloan – Graduated with a degree in business. He is working for the NBA’s New York Knicks as coordinator of field marketing. Carl Turner – Is teaching and coaching in the Baltimore area. Ross Varner – Graduated with a degree in business and is a project manager for IWI, a tech firm in Utah that produces data recorders. Ian Vouyoukas – Graduated with a management degree. Signed

Marque Perry – Graduated with a degree in criminal justice and played in the NBA’s developmental league (NBDL) in 2003-04. After signing as a free agent with the San Antonio Spurs in 2004, he went on to play professionally in Greece. He signed with Capo de Orlando in Italy for 2005-06. John Redden – Graduated with a degree

Scott Highmark was a two-time Academic All-American for the Billikens.

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Athletics Directory All numbers begin with (314) 977Administration

Chris May, Director of Athletics......................... 3167 Doug McIlhagga, Senior Assoc. AD................. 3176 Tom Keith, Assoc. AD-Development................. 7145 Janet Oberle, Assoc. AD-Compliance / SWA...... 3265 Paul Sanfilipo, Assoc. AD-Business & Finance.........3262 Jonathan Burch, Asst. AD-Sports Medicine........ 3295 Andrew Doeschot, Asst. AD-Tickets................. 3250 Declan O’Neill, Asst. AD-Marketing & Sales....... 3235

Head Coaches

Darin Hendrickson, Baseball.............................. 3172 Rick Majerus, Men’s Basketball........................ 3170 Shimmy Gray-Miller, Women’s Basketball....... 3174 Jon Bell, Cross Country/Track & Field.............. 3253 Lauren Bruce, Field Hockey............................... 3186 Mike McGinty, Men’s Soccer............................. 3184 Tim Champion, Women’s Soccer....................... 3271 Christy Connoyer, Softball................................... 3284 Jim Halliburton, Swimming & Diving................. 3252 Jon Zych, Tennis................................................... 3981 Anne Kordes, Volleyball...................................... 3254

SHIMMY GRAYMILLER

RICK MAJERUS

DARIN HENDRICKSON Baseball

Men’s Basketball

Women’s Basketball

Academic Services

Brandon Morris, Dir. Academic. Services........ 8377 Heather Freehill, Academic Coordinator.......... 7063

Administrative Assistants

JON BELL

LAUREN BRUCE Field Hockey

Mike mCginty

Cross Country/Track and Field

TIM CHAMPION

christy connoyer

jim halliburton

Men’s Soccer

Lisa Miller, Senior Admin. Asst.......................... 3167 Kim Burke, WBB Admin. Asst............................ 5076 Rachel Bechert, Coordinator (MBB)................. 3170 Robin Krueger, Coordinator................................ 3177 Jessica Lutz, Office Asst..................................... 3266 Gina Trapani, MBB Admin. Asst......................... 3170

Billiken Club

Margo Lubus, Dir. of Annual Giving . ................ 8180 & Planned Events

Business Office

Beth Hitchell, Dir. of Athletic Business............. 3258

Event Operations

Swimming and Diving

Softball

Women’s Soccer

Amber Branson, Director of Marketing / . ....... 3188 Event Operations Eric Mueller, Mgr. of Event Operations............. 3256

Media Relations

Chuck Yahng, Sports Info. Director................... 2524 Brian Kunderman, Asst. SID............................... 3346 Mickey Smith, Asst. SID...................................... 3463

Sports Medicine

Miya Sullivan, Athletic Trainer........................... 7024 Theresa Hummel, Athletic Trainer..................... 7265 Angie Wills, Athletic Trainer............................... 7018

JON ZYCH Tennis

ANNE KORDES Volleyball

Strength & Conditioning

Scott Charland, Director..................................... 5181 Erick Schork, MBB & WBB Coach.................... 7025

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amber branson

jonathan burch Assistant AD / Dir. of Sports Medicine

WBB Administrative Assistant

kim burke

scott charland

rachel Bechert

ANDREW DOESCHOT

Heather freehill

Theresa hummel

TOM KEITH

BRIAN KUNDERMAN

Director of Marketing / Event Operations

Assistant AD / Tickets and Business

robin krueger Office Assistant

brandon morris

Academic Services

Athletic Trainer

Margo lubus

jessica lutz

ERIC MUELLER

janet oberle

Annual Giving and Planned Events

Office Assistant

Academic Services

Event Management

Assoc. AD / Compliance / SWA

ERICK SCHORK

MICKEY SMITH

MIYA SULLIVAN

Strength and Conditioning

Media Relations

Athletic Trainer

Strength & Conditioning

Assoc. AD / Development

doug MCilhagga Sr. Assoc. AD

DECLAN O’NEILL

Coordinator (MBB)

Media Relations

Lisa miller

Senior Administrative Assistant

PAUL SANFILIPPO

Asst. AD / External Operations

Assoc. AD / Business and Finance

ANGIE WILLS

Chuck yahng

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Atlantic 10 Conference www.Atlantic10.com 11827 Canon Blvd. Suite 200 Newport News, Va. 23606 Phone: (757) 706-3040 Fax: (757) 706-3042

On March 2, 1975, the idea of what is now the Atlantic 10 Conference was conceived. What started as an eight-school, men’s basketballonly affiliation has grown into a 14-university, 21-sport league that is universally hailed as one of the best conferences in the country. That growth and prominence is a direct result of the ideals and commitments of the member institutions of the Atlantic 10 - the University of Dayton, Duquesne University, Fordham University, The George Washington University, La Salle University, University of Massachusetts, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, University of Rhode Island, University of Richmond, St. Bonaventure University, Saint Joseph’s University, Saint Louis University, Temple University and Xavier University. The 14 member institutions of the A-10 are united and strengthened by their diversity. Each is extraordinary in its educational mission, whether of a Catholic faith, a private university or a land grant institution. The varied pursuits of each member prove that there are many threads that weave the fabric for a great conference. The presidents and chancellors of Atlantic 10 institutions, in conjunction with Atlantic 10 Commissioner Bernadette V. McGlade, have made a strong commitment to making the academic and athletics equation a successful one. Over the years, the league membership has strived to better recognize the academic accomplishments of its student-athletes. The Commissioner’s Honor Roll, which cites every Atlantic 10 student-athlete with a 3.5 grade point average or better, recognized 1,199 studentathletes in the Fall 2009 while 1,181 were named to the Spring 2010 Honor Roll. The league sponsors Academic AllConference teams in each of its sports and honors one student-athlete per sport as the A-10 Student-Athlete of the Year. Moreover, the Atlantic 10 provides four postgraduate scholarship grants to qualified student-athletes. In 2009-10, nearly 200 student-athletes earned Academic All-Conference recognition, while Xavier’s Kelly Ruth and Charlotte’s Adam Gross along with Lauren Olson and Whitney Roth of Saint Louis received postgraduate scholarship grants. The Atlantic 10 has 59 of the 841 Division I sports teams being honored with public

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recognition awards for their latest multiyear Academic Progress Rate scores. This represents an increase of nine A-10 teams from last season and 25 two years ago. All 14 A-10 institutions had at least one program recognized, while twelve schools had multiple teams garner distinction. In addition, all 21 sports sponsored by the conference were represented by at least one A-10 program. Among the 31 Division I conferences, only the Atlantic 10, the Ivy Group and the Patriot League had each of its member institutions receive public recognition awards for one or more programs. Among the 21 sports sponsored by the conference, women’s tennis had a league-high six A-10 teams honored, while five teams earned distinction in both men’s and women’s outdoor track & field and men’s indoor track & field. Overall, Fordham had a league-best 11 teams recognized in conference-sponsored sports, followed by Saint Joseph’s and Xavier with seven apiece. The Atlantic 10 also boasts 65 teams with a perfect graduation rate according to the NCAA Graduation Success Report on Division I student-athletes. Moreover, five A-10 institutions enjoy average graduation rates of 90 percent or higher in league-sponsored sports, led by Dayton’s average graduation rate of 97.38 percent. The Flyers are followed by George Washington (94.10), Xavier (93.23), La Salle (90.40) and Fordham (90.13). The A-10 features eight women’s tennis and women’s soccer programs that enjoy a 100 percent graduation rate, while six men’s teams in both golf and tennis have a 100 percent graduation rate. The Atlantic 10 Conference, with a total population of nearly 74 million people within its geographic footprint of eight states and the District of Columbia, will crown champions in 21 sports this season: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, men’s golf, women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track & field, women’s rowing, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming & diving, men’s and women’s tennis, and women’s volleyball.

Commissioner Bernadette McGlade

MEN’S BASKETBALL • SEASON IN REVIEW For the 16th time in Conference history and seventh time since 2000, the Atlantic 10 earned multiple at-large berths to the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship as league champion Temple was joined by Richmond and Xavier in the field of 65. The A-10 has had three teams advance to the NCAA Tournament in each of the past three seasons. In addition, Duquesne, George Washington and Saint Louis garnered CBI bids - with Saint Louis advancing to the finals - while the 2010 NIT saw Rhode Island reach the semifinals and Dayton cut down the nets as a result of its 79-68 win over North Carolina. Temple seized its third consecutive A-10 Men’s Basketball Championship with a 56-52 win over Richmond on “Selection Sunday” that was watched by nearly one million viewers on the CBS network for the first time in league history. An exciting new format was utilized for the 2010 Championship as first round games were played on the campuses of teams seeded #5, #6, #7, and #8. The setting shifted to Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, N.J., as the quarterfinal round was held on Friday (Mar. 12) and the semifinals took place on Saturday (Mar. 13). All four quarterfinal round contests were televised through regional syndication, while the semifinals were aired nationally on CBS College Sports. The tremendous response to the new format was reflected by an attendance increase of nearly 25 percent for all rounds of the 2010 Championship. The Atlantic 10 was the sixth-ranked conference in the final RPI ratings of 2009-10, which equaled the league’s highest finish since 1993-94 and best since concluding the 1992-93 campaign at No. 4. A-10 programs amassed 135 victories in non-conference play, the highest total in the league’s 34-year history. Xavier sophomore and All-American Jordan Crawford, who led the league in scoring this past season with an average of 20.5 points per game, was taken 27th overall by the New Jersey Nets in the 2010 NBA Draft. Crawford is the first A-10 student-athlete selected in the first round of the NBA Draft since Temple’s Mardy Collins was selected 29th overall by the New York Knicks in 2006.

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A-10 Composite Schedule Monday, November 8 Rhode Island at Pittsburgh Friday, November 12 Columbia at La Salle Western Kentucky at Saint Joseph’s Western Michigan at Xavier The Citadel at Richmond Rider at Massachusetts Seton Hall at Temple Brown at Fordham St. Bonaventure at Canisius Austin Peay at Saint Louis Saturday, November 13 Bluefield State at Duquesne South Carolina St. at Charlotte Mt. St. Mary’s at Dayton Sunday, November 14 Arkansas Little-Rock at St. Bonaventure Toledo at Temple Monday, November 15 Sacred Heart at Fordham William & Mary at Richmond Rockhurst at Saint Louis Tuesday, November 16 La Salle at Baylor IPFW at Xavier Brown at Rhode Island George Washington vs. Boston Univ Saint Joseph’s at Penn State Akron at Dayton Wednesday, November 17 Sacred Heart at Massachusetts George Washington vs. Villanova/Marist Thursday, November 18 Prairie View A&M at La Salle Richmond at Iona Charlotte vs. George Mason Friday, November 19 Rhode Island vs. College of Charleston Charlotte vs. ECU/NC State Duquesne at Robert Morris St. Bonaventure at Cornell Hampton at Fordham Xavier vs. Iowa

Saturday, November 20 Morgan State at La Salle Norfolk State at Saint Joseph’s Rhode Island at Toledo Massachusetts vs. New Mexico St Dayton at Mississippi Xavier vs. Alabama/Seton Hall Georgia at Saint Louis Sunday, November 21 Rhode Island vs. Illinois-Chicago St. Bonaventure at Binghamton Charleston Southern at Richmond Charlotte vs. TBA Xavier vs. Clemson/Long Beach State or Xavier vs. Old Dominion/St. Peter’s Monday, November 22 Duquesne at Bowling Green Massachusetts vs. TCU Savannah State at Dayton Xavier vs. TBA Tuesday, November 23 Southern at Richmond Long Island at Fordham Tennessee State at Saint Louis La Salle vs. Providence Saint Joseph’s at Fairfield Wednesday, November 24 American Int’l at Massachusetts Drexel at Rhode Island Charlotte at Oregon State Florida A&M at Dayton Preseaon NIT vs. TBA La Salle vs. Missouri/Wyoming Thursday, November 25 Temple vs. California Friday, November 26 Temple vs. TBA Richmond vs. Wright State Preseason NIT vs. TBA Rutgers vs. Saint Joseph’s Saturday, November 27 Hartford at Fordham Davidson at Rhode Island IUPUI at Saint Louis Holy Cross at Massachusetts Richmond vs. Purdue/Southern Illinois St. Bonaventure at Cleveland State

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Wofford at Xavier UMBC at Duquesne Radford at Charlotte Dayton vs. Cincinnati Sunday, November 28 Temple vs. TBA Monday, November 29 UNCWilmington at GW DelawareState at La Salle Tuesday, November 30 Saint Louis at Portland Wednesday, December 1 Charlotte at East Carolina Fordham at Harvard Massachusetts at Quinnipiac Temple at Central Michigan Xavier at Miami (Ohio) Richmond at Old Dominion Duquesne at Pittsburgh East Tennessee St. at Dayton George Washington at George Mason Saint Joseph’s at Drexel Friday, December 3 Saint Joseph’s at Villanova Saturday, December 4 Oklahoma State at La Salle Rhode Island at Providence Duquesne at Penn State Massachusetts vs. Boston College Buffalo at St. Bonaventure Fordham at Lehigh Miami (Ohio) at Dayton Sunday, December 5 Richmond at Arizona State George Washington vs. Navy Temple vs. Maryland Saint Joseph’s at Princeton Tuesday, December 7 St. Bonaventure at St. John’s Winthrop at Charlotte Central Conn. St. at Dayton Wednesday, December 8 Manhattan at Fordham Towson at George Washington Maine at Massachusetts

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A-10 Composite Schedule Rhode Island at Northeastern Minnesota at Saint Joseph’s Duquesne at Wisconsin-Green Bay Thursday, December 9 La Salle at Boston Univ. Georgetown at Temple Butler at Xavier Saturday, December 11 Saint Louis at Duke Rhode Island at Quinnipiac Niagara at St. Bonaventure Charlotte at Davidson St. John’s at Fordham Seton Hall at Massachusetts VCU at Richmond Saint Joseph’s at Creighton Dayton at Old Dominion Sunday, December 12 Villanova at La Salle Akron at Temple West Virginia at Duquesne Wednesday, December 15 Jacksonville at Saint Louis Friday, December 17 Bucknell at La Salle Tennessee at Charlotte Saturday, December 18 New Hampshire at Rhode Island Ohio at St. Bonaventure Northern Illinois at Temple IUPUI at Duquesne George Washington at Oregon State Saint Louis at Missouri State Wake Forest at Xavier Western Carolina at Dayton Richmond vs. Georgia Tech Monday, December 20 Winthrop at Dayton Tuesday, December 21 Saint Joseph’s at Boston Univ Wednesday, December 22 Saint Louis vs. Northeastern Richmond at UNC Greensboro Kennessaw State at Fordham East Carolina at George Washington

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Rider at La Salle UCF at Massachusetts Lafayette at Rhode Island Temple at Ohio Wright State at Charlotte George Mason at Duquesne Xavier at Gonzaga Dayton at Seton Hall

George Washington at Howard Marshall at St. Bonaventure Bucknell at Richmond Charlotte at Georgia Tech

Thursday, December 23 St. Bonaventure vs. Virginia Tech Saint Louis vs. ETSU/Southern Miss

Wednesday, January 5 La Salle at George Washington St. Bonaventure at Arkansas Little-Rock Duquesne at Saint Joseph’s Temple at Fordham Charlotte at Richmond Dayton at Saint Louis

Friday, December 24 Saint Louis vs. TBA Sunday, December 26 Richmond at Seton Hall Monday, December 27 Fordham at Georgia Tech George Washington at UAB Tuesday, December 28 Siena at St. Bonaventure Albany at Xavier Saint Joseph’s at Holy Cross Wednesday, December 29 Towson at La Salle Boston College at Rhode Island Wake Forest at Richmond Fordham vs. American George Mason at Dayton Thursday, December 30 Charlotte at Mercer Temple at Villanova Fordham vs. Santa Clara/Delaware Friday, December 31 Boston Univ at Massachusetts Holy Cross at George Washington Northwestern State at Duquesne Florida at Xavier Siena at Saint Joseph’s Saturday, January 1 New Mexico at Dayton Bowling Green at Saint Louis Sunday, January 2 Binghamton at La Salle Norfolk State at Duquesne

Monday, January 3 Massachusetts at Central Conn. St. Rhode Island at Florida

Thursday, January 6 Xavier at Cincinnati Saturday, January 8 Charlotte at St. Bonaventure George Washington at Saint Joseph’s Richmond at La Salle Duquesne at Houston Baptist Sunday, January 9 Dayton at Massachusetts Saint Louis at Temple Xavier at Rhode Island Wednesday, January 12 Saint Louis at Duquesne Fordham at George Washington Penn at La Salle Massachusetts at Xavier St. Bonaventure at Temple Saint Joseph’s at Dayton Thursday, January 13 Rhode Island at Richmond Saturday, January 15 Harvard at George Washington Temple at Duquesne La Salle at Massachusetts Fordham at Charlotte Saint Joseph’s at Saint Louis Dayton at Xavier Sunday, January 16 St. Bonaventure at Rhode Island

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A-10 Composite Schedule Wednesday, January 19 Xavier at St. Bonaventure Duquesne at La Salle George Washington at Richmond Rhode Island at Saint Joseph’s Massachusetts at Charlotte Saint Louis at Fordham Penn at Temple Saturday, January 22 Richmond at Massachusetts Charlotte at Duquesne St. Bonaventure at George Washington La Salle at Rhode Island Temple at Xavier Fordham at Dayton Penn at Saint Joseph’s Tuesday, January 25 Richmond at Dayton Wednesday, January 26 Duquesne at Fordham Massachusetts at St. Bonaventure Saint Joseph’s at La Salle Charlotte at Temple George Washington at Xavier Rhode Island at Saint Louis Saturday, January 29 Temple at Saint Joseph’s Xavier at Richmond St. Bonaventure at Fordham Saint Louis at George Washington La Salle at Charlotte Sunday, January 30 Dayton at Duquesne Rhode Island at Massachusetts Wednesday, February 2 George Washington at Duquesne Fordham at Rhode Island Temple at La Salle Xavier at Charlotte Saint Joseph’s at Richmond Massachusetts at Saint Louis St. Bonaventure at Dayton Saturday, February 5 Saint Louis at Xavier Richmond at Fordham George Washington at Charlotte Rhode Island at Temple

Dayton at La Salle Duquesne at St. Bonaventure Massachusetts at Saint Joseph’s Tuesday, February 8 Xavier at Georgia Wednesday, February 9 Dayton at Rhode Island Fordham at Temple Richmond at George Washington La Salle at Saint Louis Saturday, February 12 Saint Louis at Richmond Temple at Dayton Charlotte at Rhode Island La Salle at St. Bonaventure Sunday, February 13 Xavier at Duquesne Saint Joseph’s at Fordham George Washington at Massachusetts Wednesday, February 16 Saint Louis at St. Bonaventure Duquesne at Massachusetts Xavier at Saint Joseph’s Dayton at Charlotte Thursday, February 17 Richmond at Temple Saturday, February 19 Duquesne at Dayton Massachusetts at Rhode Island George Washington at La Salle Charlotte at Saint Louis Fordham at Xavier Sunday, February 20 St. Bonaventure at Richmond Saint Joseph’s at Temple

Saturday, February 26 Rhode Island at Fordham Temple at George Washington St. Bonaventure at Saint Joseph’s Richmond at Charlotte Duquesne at Saint Louis Sunday, February 27 Xavier at Dayton Massachusetts at La Salle Wednesday, March 2 St. Bonaventure at Duquesne George Washington at Rhode Island Fordham at La Salle Richmond at Saint Joseph’s Temple at Massachusetts Charlotte at Xavier Saint Louis at Dayton Saturday, March 5 Duquesne at Richmond Massachusetts at Fordham Xavier at Saint Louis Saint Joseph’s at Charlotte Dayton at George Washington Rhode Island at St. Bonaventure. La Salle at Temple Tuesday, March 8 Atlantic 10 Championship First Round Seeds 5-12 (Campus Sites) Friday, March 11 Atlantic 10 Championship Quarterfinals (Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, N.J.) Saturday, March 12 Atlantic 10 Semifinals Sunday, March 13 Atlantic 10 Final

Tuesday, February 22 La Salle at Xavier Chicago State at Saint Louis Wednesday, February 23 Charlotte at George Washington Rhode Island at Duquesne Fordham at St. Bonaventure Temple at Duke Saint Joseph’s at Massachusetts

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Billikens on the Road In recent years, the Billikens have truly seen the world. Three trips to Hawai’i, two visits to Las Vegas and a stop in Puerto Rico have highlighted the Billikens’ recent travel. This season, the Billikens will spend the Holidays in Cancun as they participate in the Cancun Governor’s Cup. Along with playing games in wonderful locales, the Billikens have had the opportunity to experience unique views of the world. The Billikens’ most recent extended trip was a visit to Las Vegas for the 2008 Las Vegas Classic held at the Orleans Arena. In November 2004, SLU took an excursion to the Virgin Islands for the Paradise Jam. Along with Arkansas, Austin Peay, Eastern Michigan, Troy and Winthrop, the Bills played three games in four days in the tropical environment. They also had a chance to snorkel in the crystal clear waters and act as basketball ambassadors by interacting with local youngsters at a casual clinic in a shopping mall. • Europe • During August 2002, SLU took a nine-day tour to Spain and France. The Billikens visited Barcelona before heading to the French Riviera, where they toured Nice, Monaco and Monte Carlo. The Billikens played two games in the Barcelona area and one game in Monaco. Meanwhile, the exposure to different cultures and other parts of the world was a significant learning

experience for the studentathletes. In an international experience that did not involve the entire team, former SLU assistant coach Jason Grunkemeyer led an Athletes in Action team on a tour of France during August 2006. Former Billiken guard Kevin Lisch was on the team that effectively mixed fellowship and basketball. • Hawai’i • The Billikens participated The Billikens on the beach in Honolulu in 2005. in the University of Hawaii’s Tipoff Classic in 1995-96, when volcanoes and watched molten lava flow they faced Louisiana State and the host into the ocean. Rainbows. • Las Vegas • The Billikens spent Thanksgiving 2001 in Las Vegas. The team stayed at the posh Paris Hotel, and on the court, the Billikens took on Atlantic Coast Conference power Georgia Tech as well as Iowa State and Hartford. In December of 2008, SLU played in the Las Vegas Classic at the Orleans Arena. The Bills faced DePaul and Fresno State while in the city of lights.

The Billikens enjoy the view in Monaco in the summer of 2002.

Visiting the USS Missouri in Pearl Harbor during the 2000-01 season.

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• Puerto Rico • During their trip to San Juan in 1997-98 over the Christmas holiday, the Billikens faced one of the strongest tournament fields they had ever encountered. Top-20 powers Syracuse, Iowa State and Arkansas all lined up against the Billikens. Staying in a beachfront hotel, the Billikens sampled life in a U.S. territory.

In 1998-99, the Bills were involved in Hawai’i-Hilo’s Big Island Invitational competing against Evansville, Washington and West Virginia. It was back to Honolulu in 2000-01 to play in the Rainbow Classic and challenge Texas A&M, Iowa and Hawai’i. Hawaii presented both historical and cultural experiences for the players. The Billikens visited the Arizona War Memorial at Pearl Luke Meyer snorkeling at the Virgin Islands in Harbor and the battleship November 2004. Missouri. They visited

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The Billikens played in the 2008 Las Vegas Classic held at the Orleans Arena.

Marque Perry and Chris Sloan at the beach in Barcelona, Spain.

The Billikens enjoy the warm waters of the Mediterranean Sea.

Chris Braun and Drew Diener with their tour guide in France.

Drew Diener in front of a car with a fancy paint scheme in France.

Izik Ohanon navigates a ship in the Caribbean Sea.

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Billikens in the Community The department of athletics is an enthusiastic and highly visible participant in Saint Louis University’s mission of community service. While we value our opportunity to pursue excellence in athletic competition and academics, we understand that the privilege of being a Billiken also carries an obligation to reach out to those in need in St. Louis and beyond. Billiken student-athletes are committed to the Jesuit tradition of community service and take to heart the importance of enhancing the lives of others. They are generous with their time and take great pride in volunteering for worthy endeavors such as assisting those who are less fortunate, serving as positive role models for children and raising money for important causes.

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What’s a Billiken? The Billiken was born Oct. 8, 1908, when Kansas City art teacher and illustrator Florence Pretz patented a design for an elflike creature with pixie ears, a mischievous smile and a tuft of hair on his pointed head. Reportedly, the image came to her in a dream. Although it didn’t appear on the actual patent, some believe Pretz found the Billiken name in a fanciful work entitled, “Mr. Moon: A Song of the Little People,” by Canadian poets Bliss Carman and Richard Hovey. Within a short time, Pretz sold her patented image to the Billiken Company of Chicago. Initially manufactured as a bank and statuette, and later as a doll, this good luck charm soon became a national craze. By 1911, the Billiken’s likeness adorned everything from marshmallow candies to hood ornaments. In his heyday, the Billiken enjoyed worldwide fame. Artisans in Alaska began carving his image into ivory, and in Japan, he appeared in shrines, amusement parks and even a movie. Like many other fads, the Billiken might have faded into obscurity if it were not for Saint Louis University law student John Bender, who also happened to be the coach of SLU’s football team during the height of Billikenmania. One story claims that nearby drugstore owner Billy Gunn called Bender a Billiken when the coach walked into his establishment one day. Supposedly, legendary sportswriter William O’Connor was within earshot of the remark and took up the moniker not only for Bender but also for SLU’s sports teams.

Another tale claims O’Connor himself dubbed the coach a Billiken after a particularly good practice left Bender beaming with a big smile. After practice, Bender’s fellow law student Charles Z. McNamara, a local cartoonist, sketched Bender as a Billiken, posted it in Gunn’s drugstore window and tabbed the football team “Bender’s Billikens.” Yet another yarn reports that the druggist asked McNamara to decorate his store window the night before a homecoming game. Supposedly, McNamara drew a Billiken, a popular good luck charm, causing one of his fellow students to exclaim, “That looks like coach Bender!” Whatever the case, O’Connor is generally credited for popularizing the name throughout the city, but one fact flies in the face of this legend and lore. O’Connor did not join the St. Louis PostDispatch until Nov. 26, 1911, one full month after the newspaper first mentioned “Bender’s Billikens.” Regardless of how the story is told or whether his mysterious origins are ever finally resolved, the Billiken remains a good luck charm for Saint Louis University’s sports teams and always brings smiles to the faces of SLU fans. Legend has it that the Billiken has three kinds of luck - good, better and best. Buying a Billiken gives the buyer good luck. To have one given to you is better luck. The best luck comes if the Billiken is stolen.

Many SLU fans rub the Billiken statue outside Chaifetz Arena for good luck.

The Billiken appears at every men’s basketball home game.

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

TOP 10 ALL-TIME SINGLE-GAME ATTENDANCE RECORDS Date 12/6/97 12/12/99 12/22/06 12/23/98 1/31/98 3/1/95 2/25/95 2/11/95 12/28/95 12/3/01

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

Opponent Illinois Missouri North Carolina Kansas Louisville DePaul Dayton Memphis Austin Peay Missouri

Score W 57-51 W 75-72 L 48-69 W 78-64 W 64-55 W 77-61 W 63-51 W 68-52 W 71-54 L 67-69

Site TWA Dome TWA Dome Scottrade Center Kiel Center Kiel Center Kiel Center Kiel Center Kiel Center Kiel Center Savvis Center

Attendance 32,429 25,790 22,539 22,527 21,331 21,004 20,930 20,911 20,618 20,602

TOP FIVE SINGLE-GAME ATTENDANCE RECORDS AT CHAIFETZ ARENA Date 2/21/09 2/24/10 3/7/09 1/17/09 12/5/09 1/25/09

Opponent Dayton Xavier La Salle George Washington Southern Illinois Richmond

Score W 57-49 L 71-73 L 62-68 W 63-59 W 71-61 L 62-70

Attendance 10,603 10,008 9,746 9,690 9,483 8,946

The first sellout at Chaifetz Arena was Feb. 21, 2009, against Dayton.

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Annual Home Records Season 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 Total

Season 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1944-45 1983-84 1984-85 Total

1st Regiment Armory (1920-25) Record 7-0 1-3 3-1 3-1 6-1 20-6 (.769) West Pine Gym (1926-45, 1983-85) Record 0-8 10-5 9-3 8-4 8-3 10-1 6-3 9-2 8-3 7-4 4-5 4-7 2-8 3-4 3-7 4-4 8-4 5-2 1-0 1-0 110-77 (.588)

Season 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 Total

Kiel Auditorium (1945-68, ’73-78, ’82-91) Record 8-3 9-3 13-1 12-2 12-1 14-1 15-1 10-2 8-5 12-2 9-4 12-1 9-4 12-2 10-3 9-4 8-5 11-1 7-7 11-2 11-2 9-4 11-4 6-5 8-5 8-4 4-7 6-7 4-12 7-7 9-5 10-4 13-2 10-3 15-0 13-4 12-3 353-122 (.743)

Season 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 Total

St. Louis Arena (1968-73, ’78-82, ’91-94) Record 4-11 6-6 13-1 10-2 10-1 6-5 10-5 7-7 4-10 5-9 10-5 15-0 100-62 (.617)

Season 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Total

Scottrade Center (1994-2008) Record 15-1 13-3 9-10 12-2 12-3 12-3 11-4 10-6 11-5 13-3 5-10 9-4 13-2 11-5 156-61 (.719)

Season 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 Total

Trans World Dome (1997-98 to 1999-2000) Record 1-0 0-1 1-0 2-1 (.667)

St. Charles Family Arena (2003-04, 2005-06) Season Record 2003-04 1-0 2005-06 2-0 Total 3-0 (1.000)

Season 2008-09 2009-10 Total

Chaifetz Arena (2008-09-Current) Record 14-3 18-4 32-7 (.821)

Bauman-Eberhardt Center (West Pine Gym) was the home court for the Billikens from 1926 to 1945. It was the home for the SLU women’s basketball team until Chaifetz Arena opened for the 2008-09 season.

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Media Coverage MEDIA HIGHLIGHTS

The interest in Billiken basketball has become so intense that Saint Louis University has attracted the attention of basketball fans far beyond the regional viewing area. Television rights to Billiken basketball games, and all Atlantic 10 Conference games, are owned by CBS College Sports. In addition, SLU will syndicate as many games as possible in the local area to maximize the program’s exposure. The A-10 deal gives CBS College Sports long-term media and marketing rights for all 21 men’s and women’s A-10 sports. The partnership began in 2006 when CBS College Sports began carrying A-10 action on television and broadband from its 14 member schools. The arrangement is expected to give the A-10 more access to placing more games and sports across more platforms than ever before. CBS will televise the Atlantic 10 men’s basketball championship game live from Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, N.J., Sunday, March 13, 2011.

Media exposure is one of the keys to developing and maintaining a program of national stature, and Saint Louis University annually appears on national electronic media. • Regular national television appearances, including dates on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, CBS College Sports and Fox Sports Network, have helped put SLU on the college basketball map. • All other games are produced for local distribution by CBS College Sports. • Media personalities including Dick Vitale, Mike Patrick, Bob Carpenter, Larry Conley, Rollie Massimino, Barry Thompkins and Bill Raftery have broadcast Billiken games. • Saint Louis also gains recognition from regional and national magazines and newspapers. • The Atlantic 10 Conference Championship title game, which for the sixth straight year will be held at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, N.J., will be televised live on CBS. The early-round games of the conference tournament are televised live by CBS College Sports. • Four network affiliate TV stations in St. Louis regularly report on the Billikens. • The Billikens are covered regularly in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the largest daily newspaper in Missouri. The St. Louis office of the Associated Press, along with Illinois newspapers such as the Belleville News-Democrat and the Alton Telegraph, routinely staff Billikens games. • The entire Billiken basketball schedule is broadcast on 101 ESPN Radio. • Five radio stations in St. Louis dedicate time to sports and host talk shows that allow fans to remain up-to-date on the latest happenings in Billiken basketball: KFNS (590 AM), KMOX (1120 AM), KSLG (1380 AM), KTRS (550 AM) and WXOS (101.1 FM).

ESPN broadcasters Hubert Davis and Jon Sciambi at a SLU game.

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Local Media Outlets TELEVISION

RADIO

Martin Kilcoyne KTVI (FOX, CH 2) 2250 Ball Drive Maryland Heights, MO 63146 (314) 644-7544 FAX 644-7419 e-mail: tviweb@fox.com

Brian Weber KFNS Radio 590-AM 8045 Big Bend St. Louis, MO 63119 (314) 962-0590 FAX 962-7576 e-mail: bweber@kfns.com

Steve Savard KMOV (CBS, CH 4) One Memorial Drive St. Louis, MO 63102 (314) 444-6319 FAX 444-3367 e-mail: sports4@kmov.com

Tom Ackerman KMOX Radio 1120-AM One Memorial Drive St. Louis, MO 63102 (314) 444-1872 FAX 444-1856 e-mail: trackerman@cbs.com

Rene Knott KSDK (NBC, CH 5) 1000 Market Street St. Louis, MO 63101 (314) 444-5150 FAX 444-5250 e-mail: rknott@ksdk.gannett.com

Mark Strelo KSLG Radio Team 1380-AM 22 Morgan Street St. Louis, MO 63102 (314) 436-3283 FAX 346-7793 e-mail: mstrelo@team1380.net

Rich Gould KPLR-TV (WB, CH 11) 2250 Ball Drive Maryland Heights, MO 63146 (314) 447-6435 FAX 447-6430 e-mail: rgould@tribune.com

John Hadley KTRS Radio 550-AM 638 Westport Plaza St. Louis, MO 63146 (314) 453-9785 FAX 453-9807 e-mail: jhadley@ktrs.com

Bob Ramsey WXOS Radio 101.1-FM 11647 Olive Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63141 (314) 969-0101 e-mail: rammer@101espn.com

NEWSPAPER Tom Timmermann, beat writer St. Louis Post-Dispatch 900 North Tucker St. Louis, MO 63101 (314) 340-8190 FAX 340-3070 e-mail: ttimmermann@post-dispatch.com Steve Korte Belleville News-Democrat 224 Vandalia St. Collinsville, IL 62234 (618) 345-7822 FAX 234-9597 e-mail: skorte@bnd.com R.B. Fallstrom Associated Press 900 North Tucker St. Louis, MO 63101 (314) 241-2496 FAX 241-1734 e-mail: rfallstrom@ap.org Steve Porter Alton Telegraph 111 E. Broadway Alton, IL 62002 (618) 463-2500 FAX 463-2578 e-mail: steveporter51@hotmail.com Earl Austin Jr. St. Louis American 4242 Lindell Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63108 (314) 533-8000 FAX 533-0088 e-mail: eaustin@stlamerican.com Chris Ackels Sports Editor University News 20 North Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63103 (314) 977-2812 e-mail: sports.unews@gmail.com

CBS College Sports announcers Steve Lappas and Tom McCarthy broadcast the SLUSaint Joseph’s game in 2009.

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Media Policies The 2010-11 Saint Louis Billikens media guide is designed for use by both fans and media covering Billikens’ games. Additional information, such as feature material and photographs, will be made available to any accredited media member upon request. BILLIKEN MEDIA RELATIONS Brian Kunderman Saint Louis University Billiken Media Relations Chaifetz Arena 3330 Laclede Ave. St. Louis, MO 63103 Office: (314) 977-3346 E-Mail: bkunderm@slu.edu MEDIA CREDENTIALS All requests for working credentials (press, radio, television, photography) should be made at least seven working days in advance of the game and directed to Brian Kunderman, assistant sports information director. Other requests will be considered subject to availability. Please, working press only. Unless specifically requested, all credentials will be held at the media entrance of Chaifetz Arena, located on the southwest side of the building In general, it is the policy of Saint Louis University to welcome all media to home games. Those representing tout sheets or other publications promoting gambling will be denied access. SCOUTING PASSES All scouting passes will be issued through assistant sports information director Brian Kunderman only. All scouts will be accommodated when requested through the office of Billiken Media Relations. PARKING There is no complimentary media parking available at Chaifetz Arena. Media can use the Olive/Compton or Laclede garages on campus. Both are a short distance from Chaifetz Arena. It is also advisable to arrive at least one hour prior to game time.

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PRESS ROW The press area at Chaifetz Arena includes the scorer’s table and the west baseline. Game programs, statistics, game notes and starting lineups and will be distributed in the press room prior to tip-off. THE BERACHA MEDIA ROOM The Barry and Barbara Beracha Media Room is room #1481 in Chaifetz Arena. It is located in the southwest corner of the building near the security gate. The media work room and the interview room are located there. This room will house all pregame information, complimentary food and light refreshments. Billiken Media Relations will provide several telephones in this area. Phones are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Fax service is available upon request. SERVICES Billiken Media Relations will provide a game program, media guide and other pertinent materials prior to the game. Postgame information includes a complete NCAA box score and a printed play-by-play summary. INTERNET Ethernet connections are available in the Beracha Media Room. Chaifetz Arena also has wireless access. TELEPHONES Visitor telephone lines have been reserved on press row for opponent broadcasts. Two will be used for Saint Louis University’s official station. Courtesy lines for the official radio station of the opposing school will be provided.

Mickey Smith Asst. SID

PHOTOGRAPHY The same credential process will be used for photographers. Requests should be made at least seven working days in advance of the game. Others will be considered subject to availability. Photographers representing a media outlet will be given priority. Freelance photographers will be given credentials based on availability and seniority. Photographers may not shoot from the areas in front of or behind the team benches and those in front of the Loyal Blue seats, located courtside. All photographers are requested to make every effort to remain out of the spectators’ line of sight. Saint Louis University reserves the right to ask any photographer to move. POST GAME INTERVIEWS After a cooling-off period, head coach Rick Majerus and various players, who have been requested by the media, will appear in the interview room. All visiting teams are expected to abide by the same procedure. INTERVIEW POLICY To interview any member of the Saint Louis University basketball family, please contact Brian Kunderman, assistant sports information director. Interviews will be conducted after practice and never on competition days. PRACTICES All Saint Louis University practice sessions are closed to the media and the general public. SLUBILLIKENS.COM Information on the Billikens may be found on the Internet at www.slubillikens.

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Media Policies com. Weekly releases, statistics, coach and player profiles, general news, rosters, etc., are posted on this site. INTERNET CREDENTIAL POLICY The following policies have been adopted for both credentialing and allowing access to practice and interviews. Only the official Web site of the opponent will be issued passes for events that require media credentials. Other than the official Web site of an opponent, these minimum guidelines must be met for consideration for credentials for any Internet site. • No online service will be allowed “realtime” transmission of any live Saint Louis University athletic event. Those rights are co-owned by SLU, Atlantic 10 Conference and our radio/television partners. “Realtime” is defined as any online media providing live continual play-by-play coverage, digital photographs, audio or video of an event. This includes the use of in-game comprehensive statistics. SLU reserves the right to grant approval for distribution of “real-time” play-by-play game-related statistics via the Internet.

CHAIFETZ ARENA Chaifetz Arena is located on the northwest corner of Compton Ave. and Forest Park Parkway / Market St. The address to Chaifetz Arena is #1 South Compton Ave., St. Louis, MO 63103. From the West: Take I-64/40 east and exit at Grand Boulevard and make a right, going north on Grand. Take Grand Boulevard to Olive and make a right. Parking is available at the corner of Olive and Compton. From I-70: Take I-70 to the Grand exit, and turn right onto Grand. Proceed south and turn left on Olive. Parking is available at the corner of Olive and Compton.

From the South: Take I-55 to the I-44 exit (this exit is on the left and merges into the left lane of I-44). You will need to move to the right lane shortly after and take the Grand Boulevard exit. At the stop sign, you take a left before arriving at Grand where you will make a right, heading north on Grand. Take Grand to Laclede Ave. and make a left. Parking is available at the southwest corner of Grand and Laclede. From the East (Illinois): Continue west on I-64 to the Market St. 3000 West exit. Turn left (west) onto Market St. and immediately get in the right-hand lane. Turn right onto Compton Ave., and parking is available at the corner of Olive and Compton.

From I-44: Take I-44 east to the Grand exit, and turn left onto Grand. Go north on Grand and take a left on Laclede. Parking is available at the southwest corner of Grand and Laclede.

• The agency requesting credentials is the official online service of a national overthe-air or cable network or established publication and is staffed by full-time employees (i.e., ESPN, Sports Illustrated, CBS SportsLine). • Any online service that is solely dedicated to coverage on the recruitment of potential student-athletes will not qualify for credentials. • Credentials will not be granted to any online agency operating sites that are in any way affiliated with gambling. • Credentials will not be granted to any freelance or fan-based sites that are not affiliated with a legitimate news-gathering organization. • Seat assignments on press row as well as sideline or courtside photography will be made on a space-available basis.

Earl Austin Jr. (left) and Billiken Hall of Famer Bob Ramsey (right) call the radio action on 101 ESPN.

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Quick Facts/Credits UNIVERSITY Name of School.............................................. Saint Louis University City/Zip.............................................................. St. Louis, MO 63103 Founded.......................................................................................... 1818 Enrollment................................................................................... 13,313 Mascot.....................................................................................Billikens School Colors..................................................... Royal Blue & White Arena (Capacity).......................................... Chaifetz Arena (10,600) Affiliation....................................................................NCAA Division I Conference......................................................................... Atlantic 10 President.........................................................Lawrence Biondi, S.J. Alma Mater, Year..............................................Loyola Chicago, 1962 Athletics Director................................................................Chris May Athletic Dept. Phone................................................... (314) 977-3167 Ticket Office Phone....................................................(314) 977-4SLU PROGRAM HISTORY First Year of Basketball...........................................................1915-16 Overall All-Time Record.............................. 1262-1088 (94 seasons) No. Years in NCAA Tourn./Last................................................6/2000 No. Years in NIT/Last...............................................................18/2004 Last Postseason Opp..................................................VCU, 2010 CBI Result.........................................................................................L, 71-65 COACHING STAFF Head Coach................................................................... Rick Majerus Alma Mater/Year...................................................... Marquette, 1970 Record at School (Yrs)........................................57-42 (three years) Career Record (Yrs)......................................................... 479-189 (23) Basketball Office Phone............................................. (314) 977-3170 Associate Head Coach................. Porter Moser (Creighton, 1990) Asst. Coaches (Alma Mater/Yr) ............................................... Chris Harriman (Augusta State, 2003) .....................................................................Alex Jensen (Utah, 2000) Dir. of Basketball Operations....................................... Matt Gordon Senior Graduate Manager............................................. Tony Young

Saint Louis University Department of Athletics Mission Statement The mission of the department of athletics is to provide a program of intercollegiate athletics that fosters and supports a positive educational and athletic experience not only for student-athletes but also for the entire Saint Louis University community. The athletics program is guided by the highest standards and ideals of integrity, sportspersonship, ethical conduct, equitable opportunities for all students and staff, including women and minorities, academic excellence and athletics achievement. The intercollegiate athletics program strives to develop the whole person (body, mind and spirit) in accord with the Jesuit, Catholic mission of Saint Louis University. CREDITS This 2010-11 basketball media guide is a publication of Saint Louis University Billiken Media Relations. Any part may be reproduced with the permission of the publisher. For further information or additional copies, contact: Brian Kunderman Billiken Media Relations Saint Louis University Chaifetz Arena 3330 Laclede Ave. St. Louis, MO 63103 Telephone (314) 977-3346 E-mail: bkunderm@slu.edu

TEAM INFORMATION 2009-10 Overall Record...............................................................23-13 Home....................................................................................18-4 Away......................................................................................5-6 Neutral...................................................................................0-3 A-10 Record/Finish...........................................................11-5 /fourth A-10 Tournament.................. Lost to Rhode Island in quarterfinals Starters Returning/Lost...................................................................3/2 Lettermen Returning/Lost...............................................................6/5

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BILLIKEN MEDIA RELATIONS Men’s Basketball Contact.....................................Brian Kunderman Office Phone................................................................. (314) 977-3346 Cell Phone..................................................................... (314) 808-4868 E-mail................................................................... bkunderm@slu.edu SID....................................................................................Chuck Yahng Office Phone................................................................. (314) 977-2524 E-mail........................................................................ yahngc@slu.edu Assistant SID.................................................................Mickey Smith Office Phone................................................................. (314) 977-3463 E-mail.....................................................................msmit145@slu.edu SID Fax........................................................................... (314) 977-3178 Press Row Phone......................................................... (314) 977-5212 Athletics Web site..........................................www.slubillikens.com

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