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2010-11 Men ’ s Bask etball Media Guide


The 2010-11 Purple Knights

Front Row, Left to Right: Assistant Coach Nick Leonardelli, Assistant Coach Shavar Bernier, Michael Holton Jr., Chris Hurley, Matt Natoli, John Reiser, Head Coach Michael Harding. Back Row, Left to Right: Kareem Amedu, Nate Birr, Tyler Schilling, Derek Knutty, Travis Warech, Tom Ward, Sebastian Brandstetter.

No. 1 4 5 11 14 21 23 33 42 44 54

Player John Reiser Chris Hurley (C) Tom Ward

Cl. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown/High School/Previous School So. G 6-1 175 Manchester, Conn./Manchester Sr. G 5-7 150 Watertown, Mass./Boston College HS Jr. G 6-4 190 Brighton, East Sussex, England/ Canarias Basketball Academy/Saint Francis (N.Y.) Nate Birr (C) Sr. G/F 6-4 197 Burnsville, Minn./Saint Thomas Academy Michael Holton, Jr. Fr. G 6-1 175 Portland, Ore./Sunset/The Winchendon School Travis Warech So. G 6-3 185 Pine Brook, N.J./Montville Matt Natoli Sr. G 6-1 180 Fayetteville, N.Y./Jamesville-DeWitt Kareem Amedu Fr. F 6-5 200 Naperville, Ill./Neuqua Valley Tyler Schilling Jr. F 6-5 220 Excelsior, Minn./Minnetonka Derek Knutty So. F 6-7 192 Rocklin, Calif./Whitney Sebastian Brandstetter (C) Sr. C 6-9 215 Newport, Vt./North Country Union

Head Coach: Michael Harding (Bowdoin ’03), First Season Assistant Coach: Nick Leonardelli (Dickinson ’07), First Season Assistant Coach: Shavar Bernier (Connecticut College ’10), First Season Captains: Nate Birr, Sebastian Brandstetter, Chris Hurley Managers: Jennifer Maxham ’12, Michaela Rivers ’14, Katelyn Whitman ’14 Athletic Trainers: Jim Murdock, Jessica Moore, Whitney Grennon Pronunciation Guide

Kareem Amedu (AM - uh - DO) In-Season Shavar Bernier (Sha - VAR BURN - ee - ER) Birthday Derek Knutty (Ka - NUT - ee) Tallest Nick Leonardelli (LEE - oh - nar - DELL - ee) Shortest Travis Warech (WORE - ick) Oldest Youngest Heaviest Lightest

Nate Birr (Nov. 9) Sebastian Brandstetter, 6-9 Chris Hurley, 5-7 Nate Birr (22 on Nov. 9) Kareem Amedu (18) Tyler Schilling, 220 lbs. Chris Hurley, 150 lbs.

Purple Knights By State/Country California (1) Connecticut (1) England (1) Illinois (1) Massachusetts (1) Minnesota (2) New Jersey (1) New York (1) Oregon (1) Vermont (1)

Derek Knutty John Reiser Tom Ward Kareem Amedu Chris Hurley Nate Birr Tyler Schilling Travis Warech Matt Natoli Michael Holton, Jr. Sebastian Brandstetter

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Saint Michael’s Men’s Basketball

Saint Michael’s General Information

Location ..........................................................................Colchester, Vt. Founded ............................................................................................1904 Enrollment ..........................................................1,900 (undergraduate) President ............................................................Dr. John J. Neuhauser Alma Mater ......................................................................Manhattan ’64 Athletic Director ..........................................Geri Knortz Ed.D. M’05 Alma Mater ............................................................SUNY-Cortland ’74 Affiliations ..................................................NCAA Division II/ECAC Conference ........................................................................Northeast-10 Nickname ........................................................................Purple Knights School Colors ..............................................................Purple and Gold

Men’s Basketball

Head Coach ......................................Michael Harding (Bowdoin ’03) Career Record ......................................................................First Season Office Phone......................................................................802.654.2675 E-mail Address ..................................................mharding@smcvt.edu Assistant Coach ..............................Nick Leonardelli (Dickinson ’07) Office Phone......................................................................802.654.2722 E-mail Address ..............................................nleonardelli@smcvt.edu Assistant Coach ................Shavar Bernier (Connecticut College ’10) Office Phone......................................................................802.654.2739 E-mail Address ....................................................sbernier@smcvt.edu 2009-10 Overall Record ..................................................................9-17 2009-10 NE-10 Record/Place ..........................5-17/t14th out of 16 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................................................7/6 Starters Returning/Lost ....................................................................4/1 All-time varsity record ................................................1,025-973 (.513) Home Court/Capacity ..............................Ross Sports Center/2,500

Sports Information

Sports Information Director ..........................................Seth Cole ’01 Office Phone......................................................................802.654.2537 Office Fax ..........................................................................802.654.2497 E-mail ........................................................................scole2@smcvt.edu Sports Information Intern ..................................Tony Bonvechio ’10 Office Phone......................................................................802.654.2929 E-mail ..............................................................abonvechio@smcvt.edu Web site..................................................http://www.smcathletics.com Mailing Address................................................................SMC Box 258 ..................................................Tarrant Center, Colchester, Vt., 05439

Support Staff

NCAA Faculty Athletic Representative ................Dr. Dave Landers Senior Associate Athletic Director ............................Zaf Bludevich Associate Athletic Director ......................... ..Chris Kenny ’86 M’98 Head Athletic Trainer ......................................................Jim Murdock Assistant Athletic Trainer................................................Jessica Moore Athletic Training Intern ..........................................Whitney Grennon Administrative Assistant ......................................................Stacey Peet Office Coordinator ..........................................................Mary Moreau Equipment Manager............................................................Jon Milazzo Athletic Facilities Director ..................................Meggan Dulude ’07 Athletic Department Phone ............................................802.654.2500 The 2010-11 Saint Michael’s College men’s basketball media guide was written, edited and designed by Sports Information Director Seth Cole ’01, with assistance from Harrison Antonioni ’12. Photography by Shane Bufano and Seth Cole. For further information, contact the Saint Michael’s Sports Information Office at 802.654.2537 or scole2@smcvt.edu. On the cover: Senior tri-captain Nate Birr has played at least 25 games and scored at least 200 points each of his first three seasons. On the back cover: Senior tri-captain Chris Hurley has averaged a steal a game in his career, with a positive assist/turnover ratio.

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Table of Contents

2010-11 Roster ..........................................................inside front cover Directions/General Information..........................................................1 Media Information..................................................................................2 This Is Saint Michael’s College ............................................................3 The Northeast-10 Conference..............................................................4 Division II and the ECAC ....................................................................5 2010-11 Opponents ............................................................................6-8 Season Outlook ................................................................................9-11 The Coaching Staff Head Coach Michael Harding ....................................................12 Assistant Coaches..........................................................................13 Meet The Purple Knights Nate Birr ........................................................................................14 Sebastian Brandstetter ..................................................................15 Chris Hurley............................................................................... ....16 Tyler Schilling ................................................................................17 Tom Ward ......................................................................................18 Derek Knutty ................................................................................19 Travis Warech ................................................................................20 Matt Natoli ....................................................................................21 John Reiser ....................................................................................21 Kareem Amedu ............................................................................22 Michael Holton, Jr.........................................................................22 2009-10 Statistics & Results ................................................................23 2009-10 Box Scores ........................................................................24-28 Year-By-Year Records ..........................................................................32 All-Time Series History ......................................................................33 Coaching Records/NCAA Tournament History ............................34 Purple Knight Honor Roll/1,000-Point Club..................................35 Season Records......................................................................................36 Career Records ......................................................................................37 Team Records ........................................................................................38 Individual Records ................................................................................39 All-Time Roster ..............................................................................40-41 Year-By-Year Results ......................................................................42-49 President Dr. John J. Neuhauser ........................................................51 Athletic Administration..................................................................52-54 Facilities........................................................................inside back cover 2010-11 Schedule ..................................................................back cover Directions to Saint Michael’s College (Ross Sports Center) From the Boston area: Take I-93 North to junction with I-89 in Concord, N.H. Follow I-89 North to Exit 15 in Vermont. From Springfield, Mass./Hartford, Conn.: Take I-91 North to junction with I-89 in White River Jct. Follow I-89 North to Exit 15. From New York City/New Jersey: Take I-87 North to Exit 20 (Whitehall/Ft. Ann). Follow Rt. 149 to Ft. Ann and then follow Rt. 4 North to 22A. Take 22A North to Rt. 7. Follow Rt. 7 North to I189 and head North onto I-89 for three miles to Exit 15. From Montreal and points north: Take I-89 South to Exit 16 (Colchester). Take right onto Rt. 7 South and then left onto Rt. 15 East in center of Winooski. From Littleton, N.H., and Maine: Take Rt. 2 to Montpelier to I-89 North to Exit 15. From I-89: Bear right off the exit ramp onto Rt. 15 East for approximately 1/4 mile. Take a left at the first set of lights into Saint Michael’s College. Follow campus road 1/10 of a mile. The Tarrant Recreation Center and Ross Sports Center are on the right. Enter Tarrant to access Ross.

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Media Information Saint Michael’s Media Outlets

Local Daily Newspapers

Burlington Free Press Fax Phone Rutland Herald Fax Phone Barre Times Argus Fax Phone Bennington Banner Fax Phone Brattleboro Reformer Fax Phone Caledonian Record Fax Phone Newport Daily Express Fax Phone Saint Albans Messenger Phone E-Mail

Local Weekly Newspapers

Colchester Sun Phone E-Mail Essex Reporter Phone E-Mail Addison Independent Phone E-Mail Hardwick Gazette Phone E-Mail

John Fantino 802.651.4848 802.660.1848 Bob Fredette 802.773.0311 802.747.6121 James Biggam 802.479.4096 802.479.0191 Adam White 802.442.3413 802.447.7567 Shane Covey 802.257.1305 802.254.2311 Michael Beniash 802.748.1613 802.748.8121 James Fuller 802.334.6891 802.334.6568 Josh Kaufmann 802.524.9771 sports@samessenger.com

Matt Divenere 802.651.6882 matt@essexreporter.com Joe Gonillo 802.878.5282 matt@essexreporter.com Andy Kirkaldy 802.388.4944 news@addisonindependent.com Dave Morse 802.472.6521 hdwkgazett@aol.com

Regional Newspapers (Fax Numbers)

Boston Globe Boston Herald Associated Press, Montpelier Associated Press, Boston Associated Press, New York

Television

WCAX-TV (CBS) Fax Phone WPTZ-TV (NBC) Fax Phone Fox-44 (FOX) Fax Phone

Contacts

617.929.2670 617.619.6430 802.223.0654 617.388.8125 212.621.1639 Mike McCune 802.652.6399 802.652.6348 Ken Drake 518.561.1201 518.561.5555 or 802.860.2222 Kristian Read 802.660.8673 802.859.1344

Radio

WCAT 1390 AM J.J. Prieve E-Mail info@wcat1390.com Phone 802.863.1010 WVMT 620 AM Charlie Pipillo/Ernie Farrar Fax 802.655.1329 Phone 802.655.0303 WWPV 88.7 FM (Campus Radio Station) Fax 802.654.2336 Phone 802.654.2334

Internet Outlets

Northeast-10 Conference http://www.northeast10.org Eastern College Athletic Conference http://www.ecac.com NCAA http://www.ncaa.org Division II Basketball http://www.d2basketball.com Division II Bulletin http://www.smallcollegehoops.com

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Finding Out More About Saint Michael’s College Check Out Our Web Site! Fans can access a wide array of information on the official site for Purple Knights athletics, including up-to-date news, rosters, schedules and team stats. While there, check out SMC Athletics on Facebook and Twitter too! For the most complete information on all 21 SMC sports, log onto http://www.smcathletics.com.

Call The Saint Michael’s College Athletic Hotline - The sports information office manages a 24-hour sports hotline with game scores and recaps. The service is updated as soon as possible following contests, usually within one hour of completion. The Hotline can be accessed by dialing 802.654.2SMC.

Visit The Northeast-10 Web Site - The Northeast-10 Conference produces one of the top conference Web sites in the country and offers comprehensive information on all 23 league sports. To learn more about Saint Michael’s and its NE-10 opponents, log onto http://www.northeast10.org.

Saint Michael’s Media Relations Services

Services: Programs, statistics and pregame notes are always provided prior to the game. Halftime box scores will be given out to the media as will post-game statistics.

Press Row: The Ross Sports Center is equipped with a working press row that features telephone and digital lines for the media to use during and after the game. Please see Seth Cole prior to game time for more information.

Credentials: All requests for media credentials must be placed through the office of sports information, and should be made by working press only. Seating at press row is limited so please call in advance and notify the office of your seating needs. Passes are held at the ticket window in the entrance of the Tarrant Recreation Center. Telephones: The media will have access to telephones following the game in the sports information office.

Interviews: Saint Michael’s coaches and players are available for interviews following the game outside the men’s basketball locker room, located on the second floor of the Ross Sports Center behind the gym. Please allow for the team’s 10-minute cooling-off period. Non-game day interviews must be arranged through the sports information office. Radio Broadcasting Rights: Space and phone lines are available for visiting radio stations. Please contact the sports information office at least one week prior to the game you wish to broadcast to ensure line availability.

Who to Contact at SMC: For further information concerning the Saint Michael’s men’s basketball team, please contact Seth Cole in the sports information office at 802.654.2537 or scole2@smcvt.edu.

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This Is Saint Michael’s College

Saint Michael’s College, one of the nation’s Best Liberal Art Colleges in the 2011 edition of Best Colleges by U.S News Media Group, and one of The Princeton Review’s Best 371 Colleges, is a Catholic liberal arts college committed to creating a life-changing educational experience for students from throughout New England, the nation and the world. Saint Michael’s involves 1,900 undergraduate students in an oncampus residential community characterized by lifelong volunteer service, global perspectives and exceptional teaching in traditional arts and sciences, as well as contemporary fields of study. The College is situated on 440 scenic acres overlooking Burlington and Lake Champlain, with superlative views of Vermont’s Green Mountains. The Saint Michael’s community is further enriched by approximately 500 graduate students and 200 international students in the College’s School of International Studies, one of the nation’s oldest intensive English language institutes. A vibrant campus experience encompasses everything from sports to academic enrichment, to the fine and performing arts, to the unique international character of the college. Saint Michael’s is known as a terrific place for students who want to make the world a better place, as service to the community and to all humankind is a vibrant part of student life, reflecting the heritage of service of the Edmundite priests who founded Saint Michael’s--the one and only Edmundite college in the world--in 1904. Today, more than 70 percent of the student body actively pursues community service projects through Mobilization of Volunteer Efforts (M.O.V.E.), reflecting a unique passion for social justice issues on campus. With nearly 100 percent of undergraduates living on campus, residential life is designed to enable academic pursuits, co-curricular

Burlington, Vermont “The Nation’s Most Livable City” Located in the northwest corner of beautiful Vermont, Burlington is the state’s largest city with a population of approximately 50,000 people, a number that more than doubles when you add the surrounding towns. Burlington is a thriving community that has just the right combination of cultural activities, great food, shopping, and outdoor pursuits. A&E Television called Burlington the country’s No. 1 city in its “Top Ten Cities To Have It All” poll. Church Street, the city’s downtown marketplace and epicenter of all Burlington has to offer, has been rated as one of America’s “Great American Main Streets” by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Below are some of the honors “the Queen City” was honored within the last several years by various publications and organizations.

Burlington’s Honors #1 City to Have it All #1 Place for Outdoor Sports Best Standard of Living in U.S. Least Stressful Metro Area Awarded “Dream Team” Status Safest State in the Nation One of the Best Retirement Areas in U.S. Sixth-Best “Family-Friendly” Place in U.S. One of the Top-10 Places to Raise a Family An Outstanding Get-Away Location in the Northeast

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Saint Michael’s rose 12 spots to 93rd on the National Liberal Arts Colleges list in the 2011 edition of Best Colleges by U.S. News Media Group. activities, and the pure enjoyment of the college years and the Vermont experience to converge in a total Saint Michael’s College experience. The Tarrant Recreation Center and Ross Sports Center form the epicenter for athletic and recreational activities on campus. The College offers 21 intercollegiate sports that compete at the NCAA Division II level with all but four teams participating in the highly competitive Northeast-10 Conference, the second-largest Division II conference in the nation. For students who are looking for something slightly less competitive, there is a wide variety of club and intramural sports such as rugby, basketball, softball and even table tennis. Our acclaimed Wilderness Program also bring students into the great Vermont outdoors for adventure sports and survival training, from beginner to advanced certification levels. Saint Michael’s is home to Greater Burlington’s only Actor’s Equity professional summer theater, the Saint Michael’s Playhouse. On North Campus at historic Fort Ethan Allen, the Elley-Long Music Center at Saint Michael’s College is headquarters for the Vermont Youth Orchestra Association and provides rehearsal and performance space for the Vermont Mozart Festival. In recent years Saint Michael’s students and professors have received Rhodes, Woodrow Wilson, Guggenheim, Fulbright, National Science Foundation and other grants, and Saint Michael’s professors have been named Vermont Professor of the Year in four of the last nine years.

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The Northeast-10 Conference Currently completing its third decade, the Northeast-10 Conference has established itself as one of the premier all-around NCAA Division II conferences in the nation. The conference is comprised of 16 northeastern colleges and universities: six from Massachusetts, four from New York, three from New Hampshire, two from Connecticut, and one from Vermont (Saint Michael’s). Founded in 1980 as the Northeast-7, the NE-10 has seen many changes in recent years, most notably when the league expanded from 10 to 15 institutions for the 2000-01 academic year. Franklin Pierce University, the University of Massachusetts Lowell, the College of Saint Rose, Southern Connecticut State University and Southern New Hampshire University were all added to the league that season. In 2008-09, the University of New Haven replaced Bryant University, which moved up to NCAA Division I, and this year, Adelphi University became the conference’s 16th member, tied for the most in Division II. A rotating round robin schedule dictates that all Northeast-10 schools play a 22-game conference basketball schedule, with schools meeting each other at least once during the regular season, and some schools meeting twice. Over a four-year period, each institution plays a balanced schedule against all league members. The season is capped off by a 12-team conference tournament. The winner of the conference tournament (both men and women) receives an automatic berth to the NCAA Division II Northeast Regional Tournament. Conference champions are also crowned in baseball, women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, football, men’s golf, men’s ice hockey, men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, men’s and women’s tennis and women’s volleyball.

Northeast-10 Conference Members

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Adelphi University..........................................Garden City, N.Y. American International College....................Springfield, Mass. Assumption College ........................................Worcester, Mass. Bentley University ..............................................Waltham, Mass. Franklin Pierce University ....................................Rindge, N.H. Le Moyne College ................................................Syracuse, N.Y. University of Massachusetts Lowell....................Lowell, Mass. Merrimack College ................................North Andover, Mass. University of New Haven ..........................West Haven, Conn. Pace University................................................Pleasantville, N.Y. Saint Anselm College ....................................Manchester, N.H. Saint Michael’s College........................................Colchester, Vt. The College of Saint Rose ....................................Albany, N.Y. Southern Connecticut State Univ. ............New Haven, Conn. Southern New Hampshire Univ. ..................Manchester, N.H. Stonehill College ....................................................Easton, Mass.

2009-10 Season Wrap Up 2010 NE-10 Tournament

First Round #5 Saint Anselm 67 #12 Pace 53 #11 Southern N.H. 84 #6 Saint Rose 77 #7 UMass Lowell 91 #10 Assumption 79 #9 Adelphi 57 #8 American Intl. 45

Institution NE-10 Overall Stonehill* 20-2 24-6 Bentley 17-5 26-7 Merrimack 16-6 21-9 Le Moyne 14-8 18-10 Saint Anselm 14-8 20-11 Saint Rose 13-9 16-12 UMass Lowell# 13-9 20-12 American Intl. 12-10 14-14 Adelphi 12-10 22-11 Assumption 10-12 13-15 Southern N.H. 9-13 15-14 Pace 8-14 10-18 Franklin Pierce 7-15 12-15 Saint Michael’s 5-17 9-17 New Haven 5-17 5-22 Southern Conn. 1-21 2-25 * NE-10 Regular Season Champion # NE-10 Tournament Champion

Quarterfinals #9 Adelphi 59 #1 Stonehill 58 #7 UMass Lowell 76 #2 Bentley 63 #3 Merrimack 80 #11 Southern N.H. 72 Player of the Year: #5 Saint Anselm 74 Jason Westrol, Sr., G, Bentley #4 Le Moyne 67 Freshman of the Year: Andre Pope, G, Saint Rose Semifinals Defensive Player of the Year: #7 UMass Lowell 80 Randall Stallworth, Sr., G, Stonehill #3 Merrimack 70 Coach of the Year: #9 Adelphi 78 David McLaughlin, Stonehill #5 Saint Anselm 66 All-Conference First Team Jason Westrol, Sr., G, Bentley Championship Laurence Ekperigin, Sr., F, Le Moyne #7 UMass Lowell 73 Darren Duncan, Sr., G, Merrimack #9 Adelphi 58 Thomas Baudinet, Jr., G, Saint Anselm A.J. Rudowitz, Sr., F, Stonehill 2010-11 NE-10 Preseason Coaches’ Poll All-Conference Second Team Richard Byrd, Jr., G, Adelphi Rk. School Pts. Brian Tracey, Jr., F, Bentley 1. Bentley (9) 216 2. Saint Anselm (1) 195 Kyle Caiola, So., G, UMass Lowell 3. Merrimack (1) 189 Darin Mency, Jr., G, Merrimack 4. Saint Rose (2) 182 Randall Stallworth, Sr., G, Stonehill 5. Stonehill (3) 174 6. American Int’l 139 All-Conference Third Team 7. Adelphi 135 Aikeem Vanderhorst, Sr., F, American Intl. 8. Assumption 124 Kinard Dozier, Jr., G, Franklin Pierce 9. UMass Lowell 120 10. Southern N.H. 111 Damani Corbin, Gr., G, Le Moyne 11. Saint Michael’s 81 Greg Vetrano, Sr., G, Saint Anselm 12. Franklin Pierce 72 Shea Bromirski, So., G, Saint Rose 13. Le Moyne 65 14. Pace 64 All Rookie Team 15. Southern Conn. 30 Tim Beinert, F/G, Assumption 16. New Haven 23 Eric Jean-Guillaume, G, Franklin Pierce First place votes in parentheses Travis Warech, G, Saint Michael’s Andre Pope, G, Saint Rose Tobin Carberry, G, Southern Conn.

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Almost every sports fan is familiar with the three NCAA membership classifications: Divisions I, II and III. The public may be less familiar with what the classifications mean, especially in the case of Division II. In brief, Division I members are required to sponsor the most sports and provide the most athletically related financial aid for student-athletes. Division III members, on the other hand, are prohibited from providing athletically related financial assistance. In Division II, members are required to sponsor at least 10 varsity sports (at least five of which are women’s), and offer at least a minimum amount of athletically related financial aid. Other, less tangible considerations characterize Division II membership. Student-athletes often come from the area in which their institution is located. They are integrated with the student body. Many coaches and administrators perform other jobs or functions at their institutions, including teaching. Most Division II student-athletes pay for school through a combination of scholarship money, grants, student loans and employment earnings. The division’s philosophy stresses participation, and its financial aid requirement ensures quality competition. Members of Division II believe that a well-conducted intercollegiate athletics program, based on sound educational principles and practices, is a proper part of the educational mission of a university or college and that the educational welfare of the participating student athlete is of primary concern. Higher education has lasting importance on an individual’s future success. The Division II approach provides the student-athlete with growth opportunities through academic achievement, learning in highlevel athletic competition and development of positive societal attitudes in service to community. National championship opportunities in Division II are comparable to those in Divisions I and III. For 2010-11, Division II nationalchampionship competition will be offered in the following sports: Men (12) Baseball Basketball Cross country Football Golf Lacrosse Soccer Swimming and diving Tennis Indoor track Outdoor track Wrestling

Women (13) Basketball Cross country Field hockey Golf Lacrosse Rowing Soccer Softball Swimming and diving Tennis Indoor track Outdoor track Volleyball

In addition, Division II institutions and student-athletes are eligible to compete in National Collegiate (all division) Championships in women’s bowling, men’s and women’s gymnastics, men’s volleyball, and men’s and women’s water polo. Coed national championships are also conducted for all divisions in fencing, rifle and skiing. Community engagement activities are key to providing a comprehensive educational experience for students and strengthening the link between Division II athletics programs and their local communities. The balance and integration of these different areas of learning opportunity provide Division II student-athletes with a path to graduation while cultivating a variety of skills and knowledge for life ahead. In all, 291 institutions are NCAA Division II members, ranging from New England to Alaska and Hawaii. Nearly 90,000 student-athletes played an NCAA Divsion II sport during the 2009-10 school year, and more than one million students are enrolled at an NCAA Division II institution.

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Division II And The ECAC Since its foundation 73 years ago, the Eastern College Athletic Conference has emerged as a nationwide leader in service, with approximately 300 member institutions (more than 20 percent of the NCAA’s membership) in Divisions I, II and III, ranging across 16 states from Maine to North Carolina, and westerly to Illinois. Located in Centerville, Mass., on Cape Cod, the ECAC sponsors nearly 100 preseason and postseason events in 37 men’s and women’s sports. The ECAC provides leadership assistance for numerous affiliate organizations including the Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes in America (IC4A), Intercollegiate Fencing Association (IFA), Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association (EIWA), Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges (EARC), Eastern Association of Women’s Rowing Colleges (EAWRC), ECAC Hockey League (ECACHL), Eastern College Athletic Conference Sports Information Directors Association (ECAC-SIDA), and Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA). The ECAC assigns officials in 12 sports in Divisions I, II and III, including baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, fencing, field hockey, football, men’s gymnastics, men’s and women’s ice hockey, men’s and women’s soccer, softball and wrestling. In addition, the ECAC officiating bureaus provide clinics and workshops, improving the level of officiating and attracting the most qualified collegiate officials. The bureaus assign for both conference and NCAA championships and totaled over 46,000 assignments using more than 4,400 officials last year. The ECAC publicizes the achievements of over 2,500 studentathletes annually through the Player of the Week program and postseason all-stars. There are 23 sports for which the ECAC decides Players of the Week throughout the regular season, and 10 sports where all-star teams are honored. During the fall convention each year, the recognition awards program honors institutions, administrators, student-athletes, and officials for yearly and career achievements in these categories: ECAC Jostens Institution of the Year Award (institution) ECAC Jostens Administrator of the Year Award (current male and female administrator) n Katherine Ley Award (female administrator) n James Lynah Distinguished Achievement Award (retired administrators) n Robbins Scholar-Athlete Awards (male and female student-athletes in Div. I, II and III) n Award of Valor (student-athlete) n George L. Shiebler Award (game officials) n Commissioner’s Award (meritorious service) n ECAC Turfer Athletic Rowing Trophy n n

The ECAC also serves as the primary league for Division III men’s hockey (3), Division III women’s hockey (2), and Division I men’s lacrosse. The conference’s four Web sites feature real-time management and cutting-edge technology. In addition, the nation’s leading online officiating system site is a password-protected extranet that allows for real-time access to its membership and officials as changes occur to their schedules. The Conference’s main Web site is managed by a custom developed auto-content management system, giving the staff the ability to release conference news as it happens.

ECAC Division II Member Institutions

Adelphi Bridgeport Caldwell C.W. Post Dominican Dowling Lake Erie

Le Moyne Lincoln Mansfield Mercyhurst Post Saint Anselm Saint Michael’s

Salem International So. Connecticut St. West Chester *NE-10 schools in bold

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2010-11 Opponents Adelphi University Panthers

American International College Yellow Jackets

Assumption College Greyhounds

Game #18: Jan. 29 at Colchester, Vt.

Game #17: Jan. 25 at Springfield, Mass.

Game #16: Jan. 22 at Colchester, Vt.

Location: Garden City, N.Y. Undergraduate Enrollment: 4,464 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Center for Recreation & Sport Athletic Director: Robert Hartwell Head Coach: Dominick Savino Alma Mater (year): Southern Connecticut School Record (yrs.): First Season 2009-10 Record: 22-11 Conference Record/Finish: 12-10/t8th Sports Info. Director: Suzette McQueen SID Phone: 516.877.4236 SID Fax: 516.877.4237 Web Site: www.aupanthers.com Bentley University Falcons Game #10: Jan. 2 at Colchester, Vt. Game #20: Feb. 5 at Waltham, Mass. Location: Waltham, Mass. Undergraduate Enrollment: 4,016 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Dana Center Athletic Director: Bob DeFelice Head Coach: Jay Lawson Alma Mater (year): New Hampshire ’79 School Record (yrs.): 390-178 (20) 2009-10 Record: 26-7 Conference Record/Finish: 17-5/2nd Sports Info. Director: Dick Lipe SID Phone: 781.891.2334 SID Fax: 781.891.2648 Web Site: www.bentleyfalcons.com C.W. Post - Long Island University Pioneers Game #1: Nov. 12 at Easton, Mass. Location: Brookville, N.Y. Undergraduate Enrollment: 8,472 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: East Coast Conference (ECC) Home Court: Pratt Recreation Center Athletic Director: Bryan Collins Head Coach: Chris Casey Alma Mater (year): Western Connecticut ’86 School Record (yrs.): First Season 2009-10 Record: 23-6 Conference Record/Finish: 18-3/t1st Sports Info. Director: Jill Fisher SID Phone: 516.299.4156 SID Fax: 516.299.2844 Web Site: www.cwpostpioneers.com

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Location: Springfield, Mass. Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,743 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Butova Gymnasium Athletic Director: Richard Bedard Head Coach: Art Luptowski Alma Mater (year): Bloomsburg ’73 School Record (yrs.): 148-164 (11) 2009-10 Record: 14-14 Conference Record/Finish: 12-10/t8th Sports Info. Director: Darryl Konicki SID Phone: 413.205.3572 SID Fax: 413.205.3571 Web Site: www.aicyellowjackets.com

Location: Worcester, Mass. Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,150 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Laska Gymnasium Athletic Director: Ted Paulauskas Head Coach: Serge DeBari Alma Mater (year): Assumption ’71 School Record (yrs.): 136-128 (9) 2009-10 Record: 13-15 Conference Record/Finish: 10-12/10th Sports Info. Director: Steve Morris SID Phone: 508.767.7240 SID Fax: 508.798.2568 Web Site: www.assumptiongreyhounds.com

Caldwell College Cougars

Concordia College Clippers

Game #2: Nov. 13 at Easton, Mass.

Game #4: Nov. 20 at Colchester, Vt.

Location: Caldwell, N.J. Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,031 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Central Atlantic Collegiate Home Court: George R. Newman Center Athletic Director: Mark Corino Head Coach: Mark Corino Alma Mater (year): Kean ’77 School Record (yrs.): 362-281 (22) 2009-10 Record: 4-23 Conference Record/Finish: 3-15/13th Sports Info. Director: Matt McLagan SID Phone: 973.618.3567 SID Fax: 973.618.3370 Web Site: http://info.caldwell.edu/athletics Franklin Pierce University Ravens Game #5: Nov. 23 at Rindge, N.H. Game #21: Feb. 8 at Colchester, Vt. Location: Rindge, N.H. Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,500 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: F.P.U. Field House Athletic Director: Bruce Kirsh Head Coach: Dave Chadbourne Alma Mater (year): St. Joseph’s (Maine) ’88 School Record (yrs.): 144-163 (11) 2009-10 Record: 12-15 Conference Record/Finish: 7-15/13th Sports Info. Director: Doug DeBiase SID Phone: 603.899.4222 SID Fax: 603.899.4328 Web Site: http://athletics.franklinpierce.edu

Location: Bronxville, N.Y. Undergraduate Enrollment: 600 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Central Atlantic Collegiate Home Court: Meyer Athletic Center Athletic Director: Ivan Marquez Head Coach: Brian Sondey Alma Mater (year): New England College School Record (yrs.): First Season 2009-10 Record: 8-19 Conference Record/Finish: 8-10/t7th Sports Info. Director: Erin Schuler SID Phone: 914.337.9300 x2454 SID Fax: 914.395.4515 Web Site: www.concordiaclippers.com Le Moyne College Dolphins Game #12: Jan. 8 at Syracuse, N.Y. Location: Syracuse, N.Y. Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,784 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Henniger Center Athletic Director: Matt Bassett Head Coach: Steve Evans Alma Mater (year): Union ’94 School Record (yrs.): 140-143 (10) 2009-10 Record: 18-10 Conference Record/Finish: 14-8/t4th Sports Info. Director: Kevin McNeill SID Phone: 315.445.4412 SID Fax: 315.445.4678 Web Site: www.lemoynedolphins.com

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University of Massachusetts Lowell River Hawks Game #3: Nov. 17 at Lowell, Mass. Game #19: Feb. 2 at Colchester, Vt. Location: Lowell, Mass. Undergraduate Enrollment: 8,031 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Costello Gymnasium Athletic Director: Dana Skinner Head Coach: Greg Herenda Alma Mater (year): Merrimack ’83 School Record (yrs.): 41-20 (2) 2009-10 Record: 20-12 Conference Record/Finish: 13-9/t6th Sports Info. Director: Chris O’Donnell SID Phone: 978.934.2306 SID Fax: 978.934.2313 Web Site: www.goriverhawks.com

Merrimack College Warriors Game #22: Feb. 10 at Colchester, Vt. Game #25: Feb. 19 at North Andover, Mass. Location: North Andover, Mass. Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,350 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Volpe Center Athletic Director: Glenn Hofmann Head Coach: Bert Hammel Alma Mater (year): Bentley ’73 School Record (yrs.): 448-408 (30) 2009-10 Record: 21-9 Conference Record/Finish: 16-6/3rd Sports Info. Director: Brad Davis SID Phone: 978.837.5238 SID Fax: 978.837.5032 Web Site: www.merrimackathletics.com

Pace University Setters

Queens College Knights

Game #14: Jan. 15 at Pleasantville, N.Y.

Game #9: Dec. 19 at Flushing, N.Y.

Location: Pleasantville, N.Y. Undergraduate Enrollment: 7,807 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Goldstein Athletic Center Athletic Director: Joseph F. O’Donnell Head Coach: Jim Harter Alma Mater (year): Delaware ’82 School Record (yrs.): 191-167 (12) 2009-10 Record: 10-18 Conference Record/Finish: 8-14/12th Sports Info. Director: John Tagliaferri SID Phone: 914.773.3888 SID Fax: 914.773.3977 Web Site: www.pacesettersathletics.com The College of Saint Rose Golden Knights

Game #11: Jan. 5 at Colchester, Vt. Location: Albany, N.Y. Undergraduate Enrollment: 4,980 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Daniel P. Nolan Gymnasium Athletic Director: Catherine Cummings Haker Head Coach: Brian Beaury Alma Mater (year): Saint Rose ’82 School Record (yrs.): 517-218 (24) 2009-10 Record: 16-12 Conference Record/Finish: 13-9/t6th Sports Info. Director: David Alexander SID Phone: 518.458.5491 SID Fax: 518.458.5457 Web Site: www.gogoldenknights.com

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Location: Flushing, N.Y. Enrollment: 18,000 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: East Coast Conference (ECC) Home Court: Fitzgerald Gymnasium Athletic Director: Dr. Richard Wettan Head Coach: Kyrk Peponakis Alma Mater (year): St. John’s ’88 School Record (yrs.): 210-209 (15) 2009-10 Record: 18-11 Conference Record/Finish: 14-7/3rd Sports Info. Director: Leslie Busch SID Phone: 718.997.2733 SID Fax: 718.997.2799 Web Site: http://athletics.qc.cuny.edu/sports

2010-11 Opponents University of New Haven Chargers

Game #15: Jan. 19 at West Haven, Conn. Location: West Haven, Conn. Undergraduate Enrollment: 3,500 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Charger Gymnasium Athletic Director: Deborah Chin Head Coach: Ted Hotaling Alma Mater (year): Albany ’95 School Record (yrs.): First Season 2009-10 Record: 5-22 Conference Record/Finish: 5-17/t14th Sports Info. Director: Andrew Beardsley SID Phone: 203.932.7025 SID Fax: 203.932.7470 Web Site: www.newhavenchargers.com Saint Anselm College Hawks Game #8: Dec. 7 at Colchester, Vt. Game #26: Feb. 23 at Manchester, N.H. Location: Manchester, N.H. Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,000 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Stoutenburgh Gymnasium Athletic Director: Dr. Jo-Ann E. Nester Head Coach: Keith Dickson Alma Mater (year): New Hampshire ’79 School Record (yrs.): 457-255 (24) 2009-10 Record: 20-11 Conference Record/Finish: 14-8/t4th Sports Info. Director: Ken Johnson, Jr. SID Phone: 603.641.7167 SID Fax: 603.641.7172 Web Site: http://athletics.anselm.edu

Southern Connecticut State University Owls Game #13: Jan. 11 at Colchester, Vt.

Location: New Haven, Conn. Undergraduate Enrollment: 7,114 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Moore Fieldhouse Athletic Director: Patricia Nicol Head Coach: Michael Donnelly Alma Mater (year): Sacred Heart School Record (yrs.): First Season 2009-10 Record: 2-25 Conference Record/Finish: 1-21/16th Sports Info. Director: Michael Kobylanski SID Phone: 203.392.6005 SID Fax: 203.392.6967 Web Site: www.southernctowls.com

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2010-11 Opponents Southern New Hampshire University Penmen Game #7: Dec. 1 at Colchester, Vt. Game #24: Feb. 16 at Manchester, N.H.

Location: Manchester, N.H. Undergraduate Enrollment: 100 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: SNHU Fieldhouse Athletic Director: Chip Polak Head Coach: Stan Spirou Alma Mater (year): Keene State ’74 School Record (yrs.): 499-249 (25) 2009-10 Record: 15-14 Conference Record/Finish: 9-13/11th Sports Info. Director: Greg Royce SID Phone: 603.645.9638 SID Fax: 603.645.9686 Web Site: www.snhupenmen.com

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Stonehill College Skyhawks Game #6: Nov. 28 at Easton, Mass. Game #23: Feb. 12 at Colchester, Vt.

Location: Easton, Mass. Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,347 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Merkert Gymnasium Athletic Director: Paula J. Sullivan Head Coach: David McLaughlin Alma Mater (year): Colby ’97 School Record (yrs.): 131-48 (7) 2009-10 Record: 24-6 Conference Record/Finish: 20-2/1st Sports Info. Director: Doug Monson SID Phone: 508.565.1352 SID Fax: 508.565.1504 Web Site: www.stonehillskyhawks.com

University of Vermont Catamounts Exhibition: Nov. 6 at Burlington, Vt.

Location: Burlington, Vt. Enrollment: 9,867 Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: America East Home Court: Patrick Gymnasium Athletic Director: Robert Corran Head Coach: Mike Lonergan Alma Mater (year): Catholic ’88 School Record (yrs.): 103-59 (5) 2009-10 Record: 25-10 Conference Record/Finish: 12-4/2nd Sports Info. Director: Lisa Champagne SID Phone: 802.656.1818 SID Fax: 802.656.8328 Web Site: www.uvmathletics.com

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The Saint Michael’s College men’s basketball team begins a new era in 2010-11, and with it, new expectations. Tom O’Shea, the winningest head coach in the 90-year history of the program with 176 victories, retired at the end of last season. Picked to replace O’Shea is Michael Harding, a young coach with enormous potential and significant success as an assistant coach. Not only does Harding welcome two new assistants to his coaching staff Nick Leonardelli and Shavar Bernier - but four newcomers have been added to a strong nucleus of seven returnees. As a result, the Purple Knights are confident that they can qualify for the NE-10 Tournament for the first time since 2007. So, too, are the league’s head coaches, as Saint Michael’s was picked to finish 11th in the Preseason Coaches’ Poll.

Season Outlook

“Nate is going to have a great senior year,” predicts Harding. “Tough, defensive minded, and a proven playmaker, Nate is a senior we will look to in pressure situations throughout the season.” Another hard-working guard back for his fourth and final year at Saint Michael’s is Chris Hurley. A pure point guard known for his quickness and nose for the ball, Hurley has averaged nearly a steal per game in his Saint Michael’s career, and has tallied more assists than turnovers every season. “On and off the court, Chris is our most vocal senior leader. He refuses to be outworked by other guards,” says Harding. “Consistent decision making with the ball will be the key for Chris to have an impact in our backcourt.” Fellow tri-captain S e b a s t i a n Brandstetter (left) is back as the only true center on the team. The Seniors tallest member of the Saint Michael’s will squad at 6’9”, be led by its four senBrandstetter has iors in 2010-11, and in recorded double-digit particular, its three senblocks each of the last ior senior tri-captains. two seasons. He proHeading the group vides something that is Nate Birr. A hardno one else on the Senior tri-captain Sebastian Brandstetter, the team’s only true center, can be working, versatile, and squad does, and may vocal leader, Birr has a force inside the paint for the Purple Knights. He recorded double-digit see increased playing blocks for the second straight season last year, while shooting 52 percent been extremely durable from the field. time as a result. and consistent “A thoughtful senthroughout his Purple Knight career. With the ability to ior leader, Sebastian has had an impressive summer and play anywhere from point guard to power forward, Birr has pre-season,” observes Harding. “This work should be eviplayed at least 25 games, averaged at least 30 minutes a dent as we look for him to make an impact in our frontgame, and scored at least 200 points in each of his first court.” three seasons at Saint Michael’s. Completing the quartet of seniors is Matt Natoli. A

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true success story, Natoli joins the team for his first season as a Purple Knight in 2010-11 . He dedicated his summer to do whatever it took to make the team as a walk-on, and impressed Harding and the coaching staff so much that he earned the last spot on the team. “Smart, tough, and consistent, Matt leads by example,” says Harding. “He has modeled daily how we want our younger players to prepare to play.”

after transferring from NCAA Division I Saint Francis (N.Y.). Ward’s ability to drain the outside shot should help open the inside for Schilling and the team’s other post players. “Tom is a quality shooter who has made greats strides with his physical strength,” says Harding. “Look for consistent defensive positioning and concentration to determine his impact on the court.”

Juniors Sophomores A pair of juniors A trio of sophowill have two very difmores - including two ferent roles for the who look to secure Purple Knights this starting roles - are a key season, but both will piece of the Purple be expected to make Knights’ attack in 2010significant on-court 11. contributions. Leading the threeBack for his third some is Travis Warech season is forward (next page). The shootTyler Schilling (right). ing guard made an The team’s top immediate impact as a rebounder, and one of first-year in 2009-10, as the best in the league, he led the team in scorSchilling also has ing and earned NE-10 developed an effective All-Rookie Team offensive game. He recognition. Not only made 59 percent of his can Warech score with field goal attempts last the league’s best, but his season - one of the size and strength is a best single-season perfactor in rebounding centages in program and defense as well. history - and will be “As a freshman expected to continue most of Travis’s suchis double-digit scorcess came as an ing production this unknown entity. As a winter. sophomore he will be Junior Tyler Schilling, an NE-10 All-Rookie Team pick two years ago, had “A physically known,” points out an even better season in 2009-10. He shot 59 percent from the field, averimposing rebounder, Harding. “Adjusting to aged 10.8 points and 9.3 rebounds per game, and started every contest for Tyler has worked hard the second straight season. the physical defense he to expand his offensive will see throughout the game,” notes Harding. “This improvement will be pivotal season will be key to our team’s offensive success.” to our team’s success this season.” Also expected to start on a regular basis for Saint On the perimeter, shooting guard Tom Ward made a Michael’s this season is Derek Knutty. A relative unknown contribution last year in his first with the Purple Knights coming into last year, Knutty emerged as a reliable post

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player and above-average shooter for the Purple Knights. The lanky forward will be expected to take the next step in his production this winter. “We are looking for Derek to build on a successful freshman campaign,” says Harding. “Derek’s defensive concentration, rebounding, and desire to run the court will significantly impact our success.” The third member of the class is John Reiser, who joins the team for his first season in 2010-11. An athletic and quick guard, Reiser should see limited playing time in his debut season, but gives Harding and the Purple Knights extra depth in the backcourt.

Season Outlook

ing offensive game that could eventually make him a double-digit scorer. Schedule An intriguing schedule awaits Harding and the Purple Knights in 2010-11. Saint Michael’s opens the regular season by playing five of its first six games away from the Ross Sports Center. In fact, half of those games will be at Harding’s previous employer, Stonehill College, as the Purple Knights begin their season at the Stonehill Tip-Off Classic Nov. 12-13 (taking on regional foes C.W. Post and Caldwell), and then visit the defending NEFreshmen 10 regular-season Completing the champions on Nov. 28. squad are a pair of Several stiff tests freshmen, both of await the Purple whom should play Knights as they embark right away and will be upon a grueling 22expected to contribute game league schedule. along with their upperNot only does Saint class teammates. Michael’s have to play At the guard posiStonehill twice this tion, Michael Holton, winter (the Purple Jr., has the potential to Knights’ final regulargive the program an season home game is All-Rookie Team selecagainst the Skyhawks tion for the third on Feb. 12), but Saint straight season (joining Michael’s also has to Schilling in 2008-09, play twice against and Warech last year). Bentley, Merrimack, With the ability to play UMass Lowell and Sophomore Travis Warech gave the Purple Knights their third straight NEboth the point and Saint Anselm, all of 10 All-Rookie Team pick last year. The shooting guard was second in the shooting guard, whom won at least 20 league among freshmen in scoring last year, and led the squad in points and Holton could be a blocks, and tied for the team lead in steals. games last season. starter from the get-go, A key stretch for and compliment the team’s deep group of wing players. the Purple Knights may be from Jan. 29-Feb. 12, when In the frontcourt, Kareem Amedu will be counted on Saint Michael’s plays five of six games at home. However, to provide the Purple Knights with much-needed rebound- five of those six games are also against 20-win programs ing and interior defense. He looks to shoulder some of from last year, including defending tournament champion Schilling’s workload, and like Schilling, has an ever-improv- UMass Lowell on Feb. 2, and runner-up Adelphi on Jan. 29.

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Head Coach Michael Harding Michael Harding, formerly the Associate Head Coach at NCAA Division II Stonehill College, was named the 21st head coach of the Saint Michael's College men’s basketball program on April 15, 2010. “I am thrilled to announce the hiring of Michael Harding,” said Saint Michael’s Athletics Director Geri Knortz. “Saint Michael’s College is fortunate to have a strong and diverse talent pool to work with in this search, and I am confident that the College has made

an excellent choice. “Aside from the obvious on-court success at Stonehill, we are also very impressed with Michael’s considerable skill set in recruiting, communication, and fostering academic success,” Knortz continued. “His professional philosophy is a great fit for Saint Michael’s, and I have no doubt that his intellect, enthusiasm, and work ethic will quickly become evident to our campus, alumni, and greater Burlington communities.” Harding completed his fifth season with the Stonehill men’s basketball program in March of 2010, where he played a vital role in another epic year for the Skyhawks. Stonehill spent the season ranked as one of the nation’s top Division II programs, winning the NE-10 regular season championship, and hosting the NCAA Regional Tournament as the East region’s top seed. At season’s end, Stonehill was 24-6 overall, and a remarkable 20-2 in the NE-10. Stonehill men’s basketball has enjoyed a remarkable run of success with Harding on staff. Since his arrival in 2005, the program has gone 106-47 overall, with two NE-10 Championships and three NCAA Tournament appearances - including a National Final Four berth in 2006. As Associate Head Coach, Harding also served as Stonehill’s recruiting coordinator and travel coordinator, and developed season strength and conditioning programs, in addition to his on-floor coaching responsibilities. Prior to his arrival at Stonehill, Harding was the assistant coach at his alma mater, Bowdoin College (NCAA Division III), for the 200405 campaign. He spent his first year after graduation as a teacher and assistant varsity basketball coach at the Landon School, a prep high school located in Bethesda, Md. “I am thrilled to be named head men’s basketball coach at Saint Michael's College, and I would like to thank President Jack Neuhauser, Athletics Director Geri Knortz and the college’s administration for providing me with this incredible opportunity,” said Harding upon his appointment. “This is an exciting time to be associated with the Saint Michael’s athletics program, and I hope to be able to build a program at Saint Michael’s that the college, alumni, and community can be proud of.” Harding earned a bachelor’s degree in Government and Legal Studies from Bowdoin in 2003. He was a four-year member of the men’s basketball team, and captained the Polar Bears as a senior. Harding was the recipient of the Sarah and James Bowdoin Scholar Award for academic excellence, as well as being selected as the Lenox Foundation Book Award honoree for his exemplary scholarship. He also earned the Hixon Memorial Leadership Prize in his senior year. He went on to earn a master’s degree in education from Tufts University in 2007.

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The Harding File

Name: Michael Harding Age: Birthplace: Education: Master’s degree, Education, Tufts, 2007 Bachelor’s degree, Government and Legal Studies, Bowdoin, 2003 Coaching History: Assistant Varsity Coach, Landon School (Bethesda, Md.), 2003-04 Assistant Head Coach, Bowdoin College, 2004-05 Associate Head Coach, Stonehill College, 2005-10 Head Coach, Saint Michael’s College, 2010-present Coaching Highlights: 106-47 record in five years as Stonehill Associate Head Coach NCAA Division II Final Four berth in 2006 Three NCAA Division II Tournament berths (2006, 2009, 2010) Stonehill program-record 27 wins in 2005-06 season Bowdoin Highlights: Four-year member of men’s basketball team (1999-2003) Team captain as a senior in 2002-03 season Sarah and James Bowdoin Scholar Award recipient Lenox Foundation Book Award honoree Hixon Memorial Leadership Prize winner

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Nick Leonardelli Assistant Coach Nick Leonardelli, formerly an assistant coach with the Saint Lawrence University men’s basketball program, is the full-time assistant coach of the Saint Michael’s College men’s basketball program. Leonardelli was originally hired as the program’s parttime second assistant coach, an announcement made on June 3 by the College’s first-year head coach, Michael Harding, and promoted to the full-time position in October. “I am extremely excited about joining the Saint Michael’s men’s basketball program, as well as for the opportunity to learn from Coach Harding,” said Leonardelli. “I am looking forward to getting involved with all aspects of the program, as well as recruiting standout student-athletes to Saint Michael’s.” “Nick is dedicated, intelligent, and proven as a recruiter,” said Harding. “I am fortunate to have Nick join our program at Saint Michael’s.” Leonardelli joins the Purple Knights after spending the last nine months at Saint Lawrence in Canton, N.Y., where he was pursuing his master of education in education leadership. As a graduate assistant coach, Leonardelli helped lead the NCAA Division III Saints to the Liberty League regular-season and tournament championships, receiving an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. While at Saint Lawrence, Leonardelli was involved with many aspects of the men’s basketball program, including the planning and running of practices, individual player improvement, strength training, recruiting, and scouting. Prior to his time at Saint Lawrence, Leonardelli spent two seasons as a graduate assistant coach at Rutgers University-Newark, where he received a Master of Arts in liberal studies in May of 2009. In addition to being involved with most aspects of the NCAA Division III program, Leonardelli also helped guide Rutgers-Newark to the program’s first New Jersey Athletic Conference finals appearance in school history, and to two Eastern College Athletic Conference Tournament berths. A native of Chester, N.J., and a standout student-athlete at Mendham High School, Leonardelli enjoyed a successful four-year career at Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pa. While at Dickinson, Leonardelli served as a team captain as a senior in 2006-07, and graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in history. Leonardelli has a multitude of summer camp coaching and counselor experience, including at NCAA Division I institutions Rutgers University-New Brunswick and Rider University, and also at Saint Lawrence, RutgersNewark, and Susquehanna University.

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Assistant Coaches

Shavar Bernier Assistant Coach

Shavar Bernier, a standout basketball player at Connecticut College the previous four seasons, was named the part-time second assistant coach of the Saint Michael’s College men’s basketball program in October 2010. “I am extremely fortunate, and excited, to become part of the Saint Michael’s tradition,” said Bernier. “I am grateful to have the opportunity to work alongside both Coach Harding and Coach Leonardelli, and I’m confident that the warm sense of community at Saint Michael’s will make this transition pleasant and seamless.” Bernier was a star basketball player at Connecticut College, where he graduated in 2010 with a bachelor of arts degree in human development. While at Connecticut College, Bernier set the program’s all-time record with 203 career 3-pointers, and finished his career 10th in program history with 1,187 points. As a senior in 2009-10, Bernier led the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) with 2.13 steals per game, earned NESCAC Second Team honors, and was selected to play in the New England Basketball Coaches Association (NEBCA) Division III Senior All-Star Game. Prior to his time at Connecticut College, Bernier enjoyed a successful postgraduate year at Bridgton (Maine) Academy, where he helped lead the boy’s basketball team to the 2006 New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) Class A Championship. Before that, Bernier was a three-year captain of the boy’s basketball team at Dover (N.H.) High School. He was a First Team All-State selection as a senior in 2004, and was also named the Seacoast Player of the Year his final season. Off the court, Bernier served as a coach at the Connecticut College Basketball Camp the last three summers, organizing and leading drills for boys entering grades 3-9. He also has worked as a counselor with the Dover (N.H.) Parks and Recreations Department, and has extensive community service experience in New London, Conn.

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Na te Bir r (C)

Senior Guard/Forward 6’4” 197 lbs. Burnsville, Minn. - Saint Thomas Academy

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“Nate is going to have a great senior year. Tough, defensive minded, and a proven playmaker, Nate is a senior we will look to in pressure situations throughout the season.”

As a Junior: Started 25 of 26 games ... 10th in the NE-10 in assists per game ... also led team in assists and steals ... 13th in the NE-10 in 3-point percentage ... scored season-high 19 points (7-13 FG) and added six assists and three steals against Southern N.H. on Feb. 17 ... scored 18 points (5-9 FG, 3-4 3FG) and added three steals versus Bentley on Feb. 6 ... grabbed season-best 10 rebounds in seasonopener versus UMass Lowell on Nov. 18 ... handed out eight assists on three occasions ... scored in every game, and scored in double figures seven times in final 11 games ... played at least 32 minutes in 15 of final 17 games ... made 28-of-63 3-pointers in final 17 games of season ... earned team’s Jerry Lanteri ’76 Award. As a Sophomore: Started all 25 games ... second on team in rebounds, assists (13th in NE-10), steals, 3-pointers and free throws ... 15th in NE-10 in assist/turnover ratio ... scored career-high 20 points (8-16 FG) at Saint Rose on Dec. 6 ... had 19 points (6-10 FG, 5-6 3FG) and nine rebounds in win at Concordia (N.Y.) on Feb. 16 ... opened season with 14 points, seven rebounds, six assists and career-highs of four steals and two blocks in win versus Norwich at DoubleTree Doc Jacobs Classic on Nov. 15 ... grabbed a career-high nine rebounds in three of last five games ... scored in all but one game, had a rebound in every game, and recorded an assist in all but

Birr’s Career Highs PTS: .......................................20 at Saint Rose (12/6/08) RBS: .............. .............10 vs. UMass Lowell (11/18/09) ASTS. ............8 - six times (last at Merrimack 2/20/10) BLKS: .................2 - twice (last vs. Norwich 11/15/08) STLS:........... ............................4 vs. Norwich (11/15/08) MIN:...... ......................43 vs. Southern N.H. (2/17/10) FG:................... .......................8 at Saint Rose (12/6/08) FGA: ............. .......................16 at Saint Rose (12/6/08) 3FG: ....... .................................5 at Concordia (2/16/09) 3FGA:......... ............................9 at Saint Rose (12/6/08) FT: .......... ..........................7 vs. Saint Anselm (1/20/09) FTA: .............................10 vs. Southern Conn. (2/9/08) |---TOTAL---| SEASON GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT 2007-08 26-26 875/33.7 76-161 .472 2008-09 25-25 796/31.8 69-183 .377 2009-10 26-25 801/30.8 73-180 .406 Totals 77-76 2,472/32.1 218-524 .416

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one game ... played at least 23 minutes in all but one game. As a Freshman: Started all 26 games ... eighth in the NE-10 in assists and assist/turnover ratio (both tops among freshmen), and 13th in minutes per game ... had season-high 19 points (7-9 FG) versus Ohio Valley on Dec. 16 ... scored in double figures in five out of seven games from Jan. 30-Feb. 19 ... played at least 40 minutes seven times ... scored in every game, had an assist in all but one game, had a rebound in all but two games, and played at least 20 minutes in each contest. High School: A three-time letter winner and starter for Saint Thomas Academy ... most valuable player, team captain and Minnesota Mr. Basketball finalist as a senior ... named to all-conference ad all-state team as a senior ... named most valuable player of the Minnesota Class AAA Championship ... led team to state championship and undefeated season in conference play as a senior ... named to state all-defensive team and all-tournament team as a senior ... also played two years of soccer. Personal: Nathan Logan Birr ... born November 11, 1988 ... son of Lyle and Debra ... sister Jaime and brother Jason are both students ... brother, Jason, played basketball at Concordia University in Minnesota, and sister Jaime plays basketball at Coker College in South Carolina ... father Lyle was a minor league baseball pitcher in the New York Yankees system ... majoring in accounting, and minoring in finance ... a team captain for the second straight season.

Birr’s Career Statistics

|---3-PTS---| 3FG-FGA PCT 23-61 .377 28-85 .329 30-79 .380 81-225 .360

FT-FTA PCT 44-61 .721 54-69 .783 27-37 .730 125-167 .749

|----REBOUNDS----| OFF DEF TOT/AVG PF/FO A 15 74 89/3.4 94/6 110 25 89 114/4.6 83/4 78 14 71 85/3.3 82/3 98 54 234 288/3.7 259/13 286

TO BLK STL PTS/AVG 72 7 23 219/8.4 76 4 25 220/8.8 64 5 26 203/7.8 212 16 74 642/8.3

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Sebastian Brandstetter (C)

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Senior Center 6’9” 215 lbs. Newport, Vt. - North Country Union

“A thoughtful senior leader, Sebastian has had an impressive summer and pre-season. This work should be evident as we look for him to make an impact in our frontcourt.”

As a Junior: Played in 14 games, and started a career-high six contests (including first five games of the season) ... one of just three players on team to make more than half of his field goal attempts ... fourth on team in blocks (and tops in blocks per minute) ... tallied career-high nine points (4-5 FG) and added four rebounds and three blocks in 19 minutes in win versus Chestnut Hill on Nov. 20 ... grabbed season-best six rebounds in just 11 minutes in win against Franklin Pierce on Nov. 24 ... made 13-of-22 field goals to start the season ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient.

As a Sophomore: Played in 14 games, including three straight starts from Dec. 3-13 ... had career-highs of nine points (3-5 FG, 3-3 FT), and six rebounds in 18 minutes at New Haven on Nov. 30 ... had four rebounds in 12 minutes in start at Le Moyne on Dec. 13 ... blocked two shots on four separate occasions, and blocked at least one shot in nine of 14 games played ... grabbed a rebound in 11 of 14 games. As a Freshman: Suffered an injury just prior to the regular-season opener, and was a medical redshirt ... played 11 minutes in the team’s exhibition game at Univ. of Vermont on Nov. 3, scoring three points and tying for the team lead with six rebounds and two blocks. High School: Played two years of basketball at North Country Union High School ... named to all-county team both years ... named to all-state second team while averaging 12 points per game as a senior ... played in the Vermont North/South and Vermont/New Hampshire all-star games as a senior. Personal: Sebastian Michael Brandstetter ... born May 16, 1989 ... son of Tino and Josee ... has an older brother, Alex, and a younger sister, Deanna ... majoring in education, and minoring in sociology and anthropology.

Brandstetter’s Career Highs PTS: ..............9 - twice (last vs. Chestnut Hill 11/20/09) RBS:............6 - twice (last vs. Franklin Pierce 11/24/09) ASTS:.....................................3 vs. Concordia (11/21/09) BLKS: ..............................3 vs. Chestnut Hill (11/20/09) STLS:....................1 - six times (last at Adelphi 1/30/10) MIN: ..............................19 vs. Chestnut Hill (11/20/09) FG: ...................................4 vs. Chestnut Hill (11/20/09) FGA:.............5 - twice (last vs. Chestnut Hill 11/20/09) 3FG:....................................................no career 3-pointers 3FGA: ....................................no career 3-point attempts FT: .......................................3 at New Haven (11/30/09) FTA: ................3 - three times (last at Adelphi 1/30/10) Brandstetter’s Career Statistics

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| SEASON GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT/AVG PF/FO 2007-08 DNP - Redshirt 2008-09 14-3 95/6.8 5-20 .250 0-0 .000 3-6 .500 10 13 23/1.6 22/0 2009-10 14-6 118/8.4 14-27 .519 0-0 .000 5-7 .714 12 18 30/2.1 23/0 Totals 28-9 213/7.6 19-47 .404 0-0 .000 8-13 .615 22 31 53/1.9 45/0

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13 11 24

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13/0.9 33/2.4 46/1.6

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Chris Hur le y (C) Senior Guard 5’7” 150 lbs. Watertown, Mass. - Boston College High

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: a k e “On and off the court, Chris is our most vocal senior leader. He refusT es to be outworked by other guards. Consistent decision making with es a ch o the ball will be the key for Chris to have an impact in our backcourt.” C As a Junior: Played in 24 games, including five starts ... third on team in assists, and fourth in steals ... one of three players on the team with more assists than turnovers ... scored season-best 11 points (4-7 FG, 3-5 3FG) versus Southern N.H. on Feb. 17 ... had season-high seven assists in 37 minutes in first start of year versus Dominican on Dec. 28 ... started four straight games from Dec. 28Jan. 6 ... had five assists without a turnover in 20 minutes against Merrimack on Dec. 5 ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient. As a Sophomore: Played in 22 games, including start at American International on Nov. 22 ... scored career-high 20 points (5-9 FG, 47 3FG, 6-8 FT) and added five rebounds, three assists and three steals in season-high 29 minutes in win versus Southern Connecticut on Nov. 19 ... had career-high five rebounds and five steals in season-opening win versus Norwich in DoubleTree Doc Jacobs Classic on Nov. 15 ... had at least one assist in 19 of 22 games played. As a Freshman: One of three players to appear in every game, starting six contests ... second on the team in steals and third in assists ... in first career start, had season-high 15 points (7-12 FG) and added six assists in 36 minutes versus Ohio Valley on Dec. 16

Hurley’s Career Highs PTS: .........................20 vs. Southern Conn. (11/19/08) RBS: .......5 - twice (last vs. Southern Conn. 11/19/08) ASTS................7 - twice (last vs. Dominican 12/28/09) BLKS: ...... .....1 - three times (last at Adelphi 1/30/10) STLS:........... ............................5 vs. Norwich (11/15/08) MIN:...... ..........................................39 at Pace (2/16/08) FG:......................................7 vs. Ohio Valley (12/16/07) FGA: ............. .................12 vs. Ohio Valley (12/16/07) 3FG: ....... ...................4 vs. Southern Conn. (11/19/08) 3FGA:.........................7 vs. Southern Conn. (11/19/08) FT: ..............................6 vs. Southern Conn. (11/19/08) FTA: ...........................8 vs. Southern Conn. (11/19/08) |---TOTAL---| SEASON GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT 2007-08 26-6 542/20.8 34-83 .410 2008-09 22-1 359/16.3 27-67 .403 2009-10 24-5 434/18.1 31-71 .437 Totals 72-12 1,335/18.5 92-221 .416

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... had 14 points (5-5 FG) at AIC on Jan. 26 ... in collegiate debut versus Mercy on Nov. 16, had 10 points and four assists ... had six assists and three steals in 39 minutes at Pace on Feb. 16. High School: Played four years of soccer and basketball at Boston College High School under Bill Ryan and Bill Loughnane, respectively ... was named one of the top-five players in the state and led team to Division-I state championship as a senior in basketball ... voted conference MVP, Max Preps All-American and Division I Player of the Year in basketball as a senior ... named team MVP and all-star as a senior for soccer. P e r s o n a l : Christopher Gatta Hurley ... born July 9, 1989 ... son of Joseph and Cynthia ... brothers Michael and Bryan are students ... is the College’s Secretary of Athletics.

Hurley’s Career Statistics

|---3-PTS---| 3FG-FGA PCT 9-24 .375 14-35 .400 8-29 .276 31-88 .352

|----REBOUNDS----| FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT/AVG PF/FO A 18-25 .720 11 37 48/1.8 42/1 63 19-29 .655 7 31 38/1.7 36/1 38 17-25 .680 5 30 35/1.5 31/0 56 54-79 .684 23 98 121/1.7 109/2 157

TO BLK STL PTS/AVG 59 0 25 95/3.7 37 1 22 87/4.0 41 2 24 87/3.6 137 3 71 269/3.7

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Meet The Purple Knights

Tyler Sc hilling

Junior Forward 6’5” 220 lbs. Excelsior, Minn. - Minnetonka

“A physically imposing rebounder, Tyler has worked hard to expand his offensive game. This improvement will be pivotal to our team’s success this season.”

As a Sophomore: Started all 26 games (only player on team to do so) ... third in the NE-10 in rebounds per game and minutes per game, and sixth in field goal percentage ... scored in double figures seven straight games from Dec. 2-Jan. 6, and 11 times in 13-game span from Nov. 21-Jan. 16 ... had six double-doubles, and 10 games with 10+ rebounds ... set program record for most field goals without a miss (10) while scoring season-high 22 points in win versus Felician on Dec. 28 ... tallied 19 points and season-best 19 rebounds at Bentley on Jan. 2 ... recorded 18 points and 18 rebounds against Concordia on Nov. 21 ... played at least 32 minutes in all but three games, and 40+ minutes seven times ... made at least two field goals in every game, and grabbed at least three rebounds in every contest ... a team co-captain. As a Freshman: Started all 25 games ... an NE-10 All-Rookie Team

selection ... led all NCAA Division II freshmen in rebounds per game (11th in nation, and second in NE-10) ... second in NE-10 in minutes per game (37.6), and 11th in field goal percentage ... had nine double-doubles (six in final 11 games) ... scored season-high 26 points (12-15 FG) and added 14 rebounds versus Saint Anselm on Jan. 20 ... had first career double-double (13 points, 10 rebounds) and added season-high three assists and three steals at AIC on Nov. 22 ... had at least three points and three steals, made at least one field goal, and played at least 30 minutes in every game. High School: Played basketball at Minnetonka High School under coach John Hedstrom ... team won Class 4A state championship as a senior, and was a top-25 program nationally ... an all-conference selection as a junior and senior ... averaged 11 points per game both seasons ... set school record as a junior by making 63 percent of his field goal attempts. Personal: Tyler Tod Schilling ... born September 20, 1989 ... son of Tod and Susan Schilling ... has two older brothers ... the younger of the two, Shane, played basketball at the University of Minnesota ... played in the Howard Pulley AAU basketball program (the same program as SMC senior Nate Birr) ... a business administration major.

Schilling’s Career Highs PTS: ................................26 vs. Saint Anselm (1/20/09) RBS: ..........................19 - twice (last at Bentley 1/2/10) ASTS.....3 - three times (last at Saint Anselm 12/8/09) BLKS: 1 - three times (last vs. Saint Anselm 2/24/10) STLS:...3 - five times (last vs. Southern N.H. 2/17/10) MIN:45 - three times (last vs. Southern N.H. 2/17/10) FG:................... ...............12 vs. Saint Anselm (1/20/09) FGA: ..........................15 - twice (last vs. Pace 2/23/09) 3FG: ....... ......................................................no 3-pointers 3FGA:......... ......................................no 3-point attempts FT: ........................................................6 at Pace (2/8/09) FTA: .............................10 vs. Southern N.H. (2/17/10) |---TOTAL---| SEASON GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT 2008-09 25-25 939/37.6 104-206 .505 2009-10 26-26 946/36.4 123-208 .591 Totals 51-51 1,885/37.0 227-414 .548

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Schilling’s Career Statistics

|---3-PTS---| 3FG-FGA PCT 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

FT-FTA PCT 39-68 .574 35-68 .515 74-136 .544

|----REBOUNDS----| OFF DEF TOT/AVG PF/FO A TO BLK STL PTS/AVG 94 160 254/10.2 55/1 24 49 2 14 247/9.9 88 154 242/9.3 63/3 25 39 1 22 281/10.8 182 314 496/9.7 118/4 49 88 3 36 528/10.4

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Tom War d

Junior Guard 6’4” 190 lbs. Brighton, East Sussex, England. - Canarias Basketball Academy (Saint Francis (N.Y.))

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“Tom is a quality shooter who has made greats strides with his physical strength. Look for consistent defensive positioning and concentration to determine his impact on the court.”

As a Sophomore: Played in 18 games off the bench ... third on team in 3-point percentage, and fifth in 3-pointers made ... scored team-high, and career-high, 21 points (7-15 FG, 5-10 3FG) in career-best 24 minutes at Bentley on Jan. 2 ... scored team-best eight points (2-2 3FG) in just six minutes at Adelphi on Jan. 30 ... had seven points and three rebounds in 15 minutes versus Chestnut Hill on Nov. 20 ... made a 3-pointer in four straight games from Jan. 212, and six of seven games played from Jan. 2-30 (12-24 in that span) ... an NE-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll recipient ... a Dean's List member. As a Freshman: Played at NCAA Division I Saint Francis College (N.Y.) ... played in seven games off the bench ... scored season-high five points (2-2 FG) in three minutes at Mount St. Mary's on Feb. 12 ... played five minutes in win at Bryant on Feb. 19 ... collegiate debut came at Big East member Seton Hall on Nov. 14. Previous: Spent the 2007-08 season playing for the Canarias Basketball Academy (CBA) in Spain's Canary Islands ... averaged 17 points and five assists for CBA ... a member of the English National Team for most of his youth career ... played for hometown Brighton Bears until age 18 ... named MVP of the inaugural Luol Deng Basketball Camp in England in 2005 ... MVP of the All-Star Game

at the Eastern Invitational Basketball Camp in 2006 ... graduated from Dorothy Stringer High School in Brighton in 2005. Personal: Thomas Michael Ward ... born November 4, 1988 ... son of Vince Ward and Breda Dunne ... majoring in journalism and mass communications, and minoring in business administration ... father was a masters surfing champion ... is the program's first player from England since Mark Dale played in four games in 1987-88.

Ward’s Career Highs PTS: ..............................................21 at Bentley (1/2/10) RBS: ............................3 - twice (last at Bentley 1/2/10) ASTS...........2 - twice (last at Southern Conn. 1/12/10) BLKS: ...... .............1 - twice (last at Stonehill 2/13/10) STLS:........... ..........................2 vs. Merrimack (12/5/09) MIN:...... ........................................24 at Bentley (1/2/10) FG:................... ...............................7 at Bentley (1/2/10) FGA: ............. ...............................15 at Bentley (1/2/10) 3FG: ................................................5 at Bentley (1/2/10) 3FGA:......... ..................................10 at Bentley (1/2/10) FT: .................2 - three times (last at Adelphi 1/30/10) FTA: .............................................3 at Adelphi (1/30/10) |---TOTAL---| SEASON GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT 2008-09* 7-0 37/5.3 5-13 .385 2009-10 18-0 122/6.8 20-56 .357 Totals 25-0 159/6.4 25-69 .362 * - at NCAA Division I Saint Francis (N.Y.)

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Ward’s Career Statistics

|---3-PTS---| 3FG-FGA PCT 2-9 .222 16-41 .390 18-50 .360

|----REBOUNDS----| FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT/AVG PF/FO A TO BLK STL PTS/AVG 0-0 .000 0 2 2/0.3 1/0 4 1 0 1 12/1.7 7-9 .778 4 9 13/0.7 5/0 9 9 2 3 63/3.5 7-9 .778 4 11 15/0.6 6/0 13 10 2 4 75/3.0

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Meet The Purple Knights

Der ek Kn utty

Sophomore Forward 6’7” 192 lbs. Rocklin, Calif. - Whitney

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“We are looking for Derek to build on a successful freshman campaign. Derek’s defensive concentration, rebounding, and desire to run the court will significantly impact our success.”

As a Freshman: Played in 23 games, including 10 starts ... third on team in blocks, and sixth in scoring and rebounding ... had seasonhighs of 24 points (10-20 FG) and 15 rebounds in 36 minutes at Franklin Pierce on Feb. 9 ... recorded 16 points (7-14 FG) and seven rebounds in 25 minutes versus AIC on Jan. 26 ... scored 10 points (3-4 FG, 4-5 FT) in just 16 minutes in collegiate debut against Chestnut Hill on Nov. 20 ... blocked season-high four shots athe next day versus Concordia ...first start was at Southern N.H. on Dec. 2. High School: A three-sport athlete (basketball, baseball and soccer) at Whitney High School ... averaged 14.7 points, 10.8 rebounds, 2.6 blocks, 1.9 steals and 1.1 assists per game as a senior ... led Whitney to a 22-8 record as a senior, reaching the third round of the playoffs. Personal: Derek Emil Knutty ... born July 30, 1991 ... son of David and Laura Knutty ... undecided on a major ... father played basketball at Sacremento State, and brother, Andrew, played football at U.S. Merchants Marine Academy ... is the program’s first California resident since Jason Porter in 2004-05.

Knutty’s Career Highs PTS: ..................................24 at Franklin Pierce (2/9/10) RBS: ..................................15 at Franklin Pierce (2/9/10) ASTS:..................1 - four times (last vs. Bentley 2/6/10) BLKS: ...................................4 vs. Concordia (11/21/09) STLS: .....................................2 at Assumption (1/23/10) MIN:.................................36 at Franklin Pierce (2/9/10) FG: ...................................10 at Franklin Pierce (2/9/10) FGA: ................................20 at Franklin Pierce (2/9/10) 3FG:..................................................no career 3-pointers 3FGA:.....................................no career 3-point attempts FT:....................................................5 vs Bentley (2/6/10) FTA: ...............................................7 vs. Bentley (2/6/10) Knutty’s Career Statistics

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| SEASON GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT/AVG PF/FO A TO BLK STL PTS/AVG 2009-10 23-10 305/13.3 43-97 .443 0-0 .000 20-36 .556 17 59 76/3.3 34/0 4 23 13 10 106/4.6 Totals 23-10 305/13.3 43-97 .443 0-0 .000 20-36 .556 17 59 76/3.3 34/0 4 23 13 10 106/4.6

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Tr a vis War ec h

Sophomore Guard 6’3” 185 lbs. Pine Brook, N.J. - Montville

e : “As a freshman most of Travis’s success came as an unknown entity. As Ta k s e a sophomore he will be known. Adjusting to the physical defense he will a ch Co see throughout the season will be key to our team’s offensive success.” As a Freshman: An NE-10 All-Rookie Team selection ... played, and started, 25 of 26 games ... second among NE-10 freshmen (and 11th overall) in scoring, and 15th in 3-pointers ... led team in scoring, field goals, and blocks ... tied for team lead in steals ... second in 3-pointers and rebounding ... netted season-high 33 points (13-20 FG, 6-10 3FG) versus Franklin Pierce on Nov. 24 ... had 23 points in collegiate debut against UMass Lowell on Nov. 18 ... tallied 53 points (21-40 FG), 15 rebounds and seven assists in back-to-back games Feb. 17 and Feb. 20 ... made a 3-pointer in all but four games ... scored at least six points in every game, and 12+ points in 21 of 25 games ... led team in scoring in 15 games. High School: Played varsity basketball and golf at Montville High School ... earned team Most Valuable Player honors ... averaged 18 points, seven rebounds, three assists, three steals and two blocks per game as a junior ... a First Team All-Northern Hills Conference, AllMorris County Second Team, and All-Area/Daily Record Second Team pick ... won 17-and-Under AAU State Championship with the New Jersey Panthers ... played for the U.S. Under-19 Team at the 2009 Maccabiah Games in Israel in July 2009 ... represented the U.S. at the Under-16 Pan American Games in Argentina in December 2007, earning MVP honors.

Personal: Travis R. Warech ... born July 5, 1991 ... son of Gary Warech and Tracey Roberts ... father played basketball at New York University ... undecided on a major.

Warech’s Career Highs PTS: ............................33 vs. Franklin Pierce (11/24/09) RBS: ......9 - three times (last vs. Saint Anselm 2/24/10) ASTS:.......................................5 at Merrimack (2/20/10) BLKS: ................................3 vs. Saint Anselm (2/24/10) STLS: .........3 - three times (last at Merrimack 2/20/10) MIN:...............................43 vs. Southern N.H. (2/17/10) FG: .............................13 vs. Franklin Pierce (11/24/09) FGA: ........................................23 vs. Le Moyne (1/9/10) 3FG:...............................6 vs. Franklin Pierce (11/24/09) 3FGA:.....................................12 vs. Le Moyne (1/9/10) FT:..........................................6 vs. Concordia (11/21/09) FTA: ...................................10 vs. Concordia (11/21/09) Warech’s Career Statistics

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| SEASON GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT/AVG PF/FO A TO BLK STL PTS/AVG 2009-10 25-25 829/33.2 151-375 .403 47-133 .353 70-112 .625 33 76 109/4.4 64/1 43 80 18 26 419/16.8 Totals 25-25 829/33.2 151-375 .403 47-133 .353 70-112 .625 33 76 109/4.4 64/1 43 80 18 26 419/16.8

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Meet The Purple Knights

Ma tt Na toli

Senior Guard 6’1” 180 lbs. Fayetteville, N.Y. - Jamesville-DeWitt

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e : “Smart, tough, and consistent, Matt leads by example. He has modeled Ta k s e daily how we want our younger players to prepare to play.” a ch Co Previous: Was not a member of the SMC men’s basketball team his first three years ... a Dean’s List student. High School: Played varsity basketball, soccer and golf at Jamesville-DeWitt High School ... captained basketball team as a senior ... basketball team won Class A Liberty League (Section III) title as a junior and senior. Personal: Matthew John Natoli ... born September 24, 1989 ... son of Bart and Janice Natoli ... majoring in business administration and economics ... brother, Phil, was on the track team at Colgate University from 2006-10.

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John R eiser

Sophomore Guard 6’1” 175 lbs. Manchester, Conn. - Manchester

As a Freshman: Was not a member of the SMC men’s basketball team ... an Honors Student. High School: Played four year of basketball, and two years of baseball, at Manchester High School ... captained basketball team as a senior ... a three-year starter ... was an All-State All-Academic selection as a senior. Personal: John Wyatt Reiser ... born May 16, 1991 ... son of John and Ruth Reiser ... majoring in biology, and minoring in Spanish ... has four siblings ... father played basketball at Manchester Community College, and currently coaches the girl’s basketball team at Manchester High School.

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K ar eem Amedu

Freshman Forward 6’5” 200 lbs. Naperville, Ill. - Neuqua Valley

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High School: Played four years of basketball at Neuqua Valley High School ... a two-time all-Upstate Eight Conference selection and DuPage County All-Area pick ... averaged 15.2 points and 5.2 rebounds per game as a senior, while shooting 66 percent from the field ... helped squad advance to regional championship as a senior ... as a junior, averaged 11 points and 4.9 rebounds per game, while shooting 60 percent from the field ... helped team win sectional championships as a sophomore and junior ... team won 25-plus games each of his last two seasons. Personal: Information not yet provided.

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Michael Holton, Jr. Freshman Guard 6’1” 175 lbs. Portland, Ore. - Sunset (The Winchendon School)

Previous: Attended the Winchendon (Mass.) School for the 200910 academic year ... helped lead the basketball team to a 30-10 record and the #2 seed in the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council Class A Tournament. High School: Played four years of basketball at Sunset High School in Portland, Ore. ... also played AAU basketball for the Portland Legends. Personal: Is the son of Michael Holton Sr., a former guard for four NBA teams and ex-head coach of the University of Portland.

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Overall ALL GAMES............................ (9-17) CONFERENCE...................... (5-17) NON-CONFERENCE.............(4-0) |---TOTAL---|

|---3-PTS---|

646-1480 .436 717-1567 .458

208-563 .369 141-435 .324

## PLAYER 21 Travis Warech 42 Tyler Schilling 01 Qua'ron Pinckney 11 Nate Birr 14 Sam Cieplicki 44 Derek Knutty 35 Tom Piotrkiewicz 30 Alex Berthiaume 04 Chris Hurley 05 Tom Ward 54 Sebastian Brandstetter 20 Gael Shungu 23 Garrett Calkins TEAM SMC Total Opponents

GP-GS 25-25 26-26 26-24 26-25 26-3 23-10 16-2 11-3 24-5 18-0 14-6 9-0 7-1

MIN/AVG FG-FGA 829/33.2 151-375 946/36.4 123-208 771/29.7 82-209 801/30.8 73-180 565/21.7 67-152 305/13.3 43-97 125/7.8 20-43 196/17.8 14-46 434/18.1 31-71 122/6.8 20-56 118/8.4 14-27 39/4.3 7-11 24/3.4 1-5

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5275 5275

Score By Periods: Saint Michael’s Opponents

1st 828 919

2nd 905 941

Date 11/7 11/8 11/18 11/20 11/21 11/24 11/29 12/2 12/5 12/8 12/28 12/29 1/2 1/6 1/9 1/12 1/16 1/20 1/23 1/26 1/30 2/3 2/6 2/9 2/13 2/17 2/20 2/24

1OT 23 32

Total 1756 1892

Opponent Result at Vermont (ex.) L, 73-44 at Boston Col. (ex.) L, 99-58 UMass Lowell* L, 67-52 Chestnut Hill^ W, 81-53 Concordia (N.Y.)^ W, 57-51 Franklin Pierce* W, 92-86 Stonehill* L, 77-59 at Southern N.H.* L, 73-55 Merrimack* L, 80-56 at Saint Anselm* L, 80-68 vs. Dominican (N.Y.)# W, 68-65 vs. Molloy# W, 77-76 at Bentley* L, 82-69 at Saint Rose* L, 80-77 ot Le Moyne* L, 75-67 at Southern Conn.* W, 78-76 Pace* W, 63-48 New Haven* W, 72-66 at Assumption* L, 77-60 American Intl.* L, 64-57 at Adelphi* L, 68-48 at UMass Lowell* L, 85-82 ot Bentley* W, 60-51 at Franklin Pierce* L, 79-72 at Stonehill* L, 76-61 Southern N.H.* L, 83-80 ot at Merrimack* L, 94-77 Saint Anselm* L, 80-68

Att. 2598 1507 538 396 418 560 477 374 368 511 175 125 155 452 401 262 388 372 674 294 478 287 680 --954 380 508 520

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PCT .403 .591 .392 .406 .441 .443 .465 .304 .437 .357 .519 .636 .200

FG-FGA PCT 47-133 .353 0-0 .000 36-96 .375 30-79 .380 54-128 .422 0-0 .000 14-29 .483 2-23 .087 8-29 .276 16-41 .390 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-5 .200

2009-10 Statistics & Results Home (6-7) (4-7) (2-0)

FT-FTA 70-112 35-68 48-70 27-37 9-15 20-36 6-9 10-18 17-25 7-9 5-7 2-4 0-0

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OFF DEF 33 76 88 154 26 78 14 71 11 67 17 59 5 26 0 11 5 30 4 9 12 18 6 4 0 3 43 43 256-410 .624 264 649 317-491 .646 301 657

Deadball Rebounds: Saint Michael’s Opponents

Away (1-10) (1-10) (0-0)

PCT .625 .515 .686 .730 .600 .556 .667 .556 .680 .778 .714 .500 .000

OFF DEF 56 3 68 11

TOT/AVG 109/4.4 242/9.3 104/4.0 85/3.3 78/3.0 76/3.3 31/1.9 11/1.0 35/1.5 13/0.7 30/2.1 10/1.1 3/0.4 86/3.3 913/35.1 958/36.8

Neutral (2-0) (0-0) (4-0)

PF/FO 64/1 63/3 62/1 82/3 25/0 34/0 16/0 18/0 31/0 5/0 23/0 3/0 1/0 0 427/8 417/-

A 43 25 88 98 32 4 6 15 56 9 8 0 5 389 330

TO BLK STL 80 18 26 39 1 22 90 12 26 64 5 26 36 1 10 23 13 10 8 3 0 19 1 7 41 2 24 9 2 3 11 11 4 2 2 2 1 0 2 3 426 71 162 335 84 234

PTS/AVG 419/16.8 281/10.8 248/9.5 203/7.8 197/7.6 106/4.6 60/3.8 40/3.6 87/3.6 63/3.5 33/2.4 16/1.8 3/0.4 0 1756/67.5 1892/72.8

TOTAL 59 79

High Points High Rebounds High Assists Overall, NE-10 Schilling (14) Schilling (9) Hurley, Pinckney (2) 0-0 Schilling (12) Schilling (4) Pinckney (4) 0-0 Warech (23) Schilling (15) Berthiaume, Brandstetter, Schilling (2) 0-1, 0-1 Warech (21) Schilling (10) Hurley, Pinckney (5) 1-1, 0-1 Schilling (18) Schilling (18) Pinckney (4) 2-1, 0-1 Warech (33) Schilling (12) Birr (8) 3-1, 1-1 Warech (18) Schilling (5) Birr (4) 3-2, 1-2 Warech (14) Schilling (7) Berthiaume, Birr, Cieplicki, Hurley (2) 3-3, 1-3 Schilling (16) Pinckney, Schilling (7) Hurley (5) 3-4, 1-4 Schilling (18) Schilling (7) Berthiaume, Pinckney, Schilling (3) 3-5, 1-5 Schilling (22) Schilling (9) Hurley (7) 4-5, 1-5 Warech (19) Warech (9) Birr (6) 5-5, 1-5 Ward (21) Schilling (19) Birr, Hurley (4) 5-6, 1-6 Pinckney (16) Schilling (13) Pinckney (7) 5-7, 1-7 Warech (22) Schilling (12) Pinckney (4) 5-8, 1-8 Cieplicki (16) Schilling (14) Pinckney (5) 6-8, 2-8 Cieplicki (14) Schilling (9) Pinckney (4) 7-8, 3-8 Warech (14) Schilling (8) Birr (8) 8-8, 4-8 Warech (18) Warech (8) Birr, Hurley, Pinckney, Warech (3) 8-9, 4-9 Knutty (16) Birr (9) Pinckney (4) 8-10, 4-10 Ward, Warech (8) Schilling (8) Birr, Warech (2) 8-11, 4-11 Warech (25) Schilling (11) Hurley (6) 8-12, 4-12 Birr (18) Schilling (9) Pinckney, Warech (3) 9-12, 5-12 Knutty (24) Knutty (15) Birr (6) 9-13, 5-13 Warech (20) Birr, Warech (5) Birr, Pinckney (3) 9-14, 5-14 Warech (27) Schilling (13) Birr (6) 9-15, 5-15 Warech (26) Warech (9) Birr (8) 9-16, 5-16 Warech (17) Warech (9) Birr (6) 9-17, 5-17 ^ DoubleTree Doc Jacobs Classic

# Pace University Holiday Classic

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2009-10 Box Scores

Game #1: UMass Low Lowell 67, Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 52 Colchester Colchester,, Vt. -- Nov November 18, 2009 UML FG K. Caiola 6-13 R. Diaz 1-5 C. Heatherly 3-10 K. Carr 3-10 K. Onyechi 5-7 1-2 J. Corbacio S. Tavares-Taylor4-8 R. Walton 0-2 M. Johnson 0-1 Totals 23-58

3FG 3-7 0-1 2-5 2-8 0-0 1-1 2-4 0-2 0-0 10-28

FT 4-4 0-0 1-3 2-2 2-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 11-13

RE 7 4 7 4 9 2 0 2 1 39

TP 19 2 9 10 12 3 12 0 0 67

A TO BLK 4 5 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 3 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 12 9 4

SMC FG 4-11 N. Birr T. Warech 7-21 A. Berthiaume 0-4 T. Schilling 2-9 S. Brandstetter 2-4 Q. Pinckney 3-9 C. Hurley 0-2 T. Ward 0-1 S. Cieplicki 0-1 T. Piotrkiewicz 0-0 Totals 18-62

3FG 0-2 4-9 0-3 0-0 0-0 1-6 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 5-23

FT 0-0 5-7 0-0 5-6 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 11-14

RE 10 3 3 15 5 2 0 0 0 0 44

TP 8 23 0 9 4 8 0 0 0 0 52

A 0 0 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 7

Score By Halves UMass Lowell Saint Michael's

1 29 26

2 38 26

Total 67 52

Travis Warech netted an SMC season-high 33 points, burying 13-20 field goal attempts, in a 92-86 win versus Franklin Pierce on Nov. 24.

3FG 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-3 0-1 1-14

FT 0-0 5-6 1-5 0-0 4-13 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 12-26

RE 3 0 11 8 9 2 2 0 1 0 2 1 45

TP 2 7 19 3 10 0 2 0 4 0 2 2 51

A 3 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 10

TO BLK S 0 0 3 1 0 3 2 0 2 5 1 4 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 14 2 16

SMC FG Q. Pinckney 1-3 N. Birr 1-3 T. Warech 3-10 T. Schilling 8-12 S. Brandstetter 0-3 1-4 C. Hurley T. Ward 0-1 S. Cieplicki 5-9 D. Knutty 0-2 Totals 19-47

3FG 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-1 4-7 0-0 4-15

FT 3-5 0-0 6-10 2-4 0-0 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-3 15-26

RE 4 2 5 18 2 0 1 4 6 43

TP 5 2 12 18 0 6 0 14 0 57

A 4 1 1 0 3 3 0 0 1 13

TO BLK 4 0 3 0 7 0 2 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 1 0 3 4 24 5

24

2 22 37

Total 51 57

Chestnut Hill FG J. McFadden 4-8 L. Jeter 1-3 B. Williams 2-7 D. Comas 0-3 M. DiRugeris 2-9 3-7 F. Ashe C. Oluwole 0-0 R. Cook 2-8 A. Rivers 2-5 R.J. Handy 0-1 M. Perry Jr. 3-4 TO BLK S M. Hardy 0-1 2 0 1 K. Coker 0-2 3 0 0 Totals 19-58 0 0 2 2 0 1 SMC FG 2 1 0 Q. Pinckney 4-6 0-2 3 0 2 N. Birr 8-15 0 0 0 T. Warech 4-6 0 0 0 T. Schilling 2 0 0 S. Brandstetter 4-5 3-4 1 0 0 C. Hurley 2-6 15 1 6 T. Ward S. Cieplicki 0-5 G. Calkins 0-0 T. Piotrkiewicz 1-2 D. Knutty 3-4 Totals. 29-55

Game #4: Saint Michael’ Pierce 86 Michael’ss 92, Franklin Pierce Colchester November 24, 2009 Colchester,, Vt. -- Nov

Concordia FG N. Callender 1-2 K. Gaskins III 1-5 A. Gil 9-13 1-14 J. Vital W. Eason 3-9 J. Shala 0-0 B. Lyn 1-5 D. Soutar 0-0 L. Morris 2-10 D. Toljan 0-2 S. Batista 1-6 M. Grbovic 0-1 Totals 19-67

1 29 20

S 2 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 6

Score By Halves Chestnut Hill Saint Michael’s

Game #3: Saint Michael’ Concordia (N.Y) (N.Y) 51 Michael’ss 57, Concordia Colchester November 21, 2009 Colchester,, Vt.. -- Nov

Score By Halves Concordia (N.Y.) Saint Michael’s

Game #2: Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 81, Chestnut Chestnut Hill 53 Colchester Colchester,, Vt. -- Nov November 20, 2009

S 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 5

FPU

FG 3FG 0-4 T. Ray 11-15 0-0 K. Dozier 6-15 1-5 J. Manchester 6-14 4-9 R. Creighton 4-9 1-2 D. Fenstermaker 1-1 0-0 C. Christian 2-7 1-4 M. Barrow 1-1 0-0 A. Adedamola 1-2 0-0 Totals 34-74 7-24

FT 2-2 0-2 3-4 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 5-7 0-0 11-16

RE 1 19 7 3 3 2 1 2 1 41

TP 6 22 16 16 9 3 5 7 2 86

A 5 1 4 4 1 0 0 0 0 15

TO BLK 4 0 2 1 1 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 12 3

FT 5-6 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-2 0-2 0-0 1-2 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-2 11-20

RE 0 1 1 4 2 2 0 4 2 3 3 0 1 28

TP 14 2 5 1 5 6 0 6 5 0 8 0 1 53

A TO BLK S 0 5 0 2 2 3 0 3 2 1 0 4 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 2 2 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 19 3 18

3FG 2-3 0-1 2-3 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-5 0-5 0-0 0-1 0-0 6-20

FT 2-2 3-4 3-3 1-5 1-1 0-0 2-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 4-5 17-23

RE 5 3 1 10 4 2 3 2 0 4 5 42

TP 12 3 21 9 9 7 7 1 0 2 10 81

A 5 4 1 2 1 5 0 1 0 0 0 19

1 30 38

2 23 43

TO BLK S 1 1 4 3 0 1 7 0 2 0 0 1 3 3 1 3 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 21 6 12

Total 53 81

Game #5: Stonehill 77, Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 59 Colchester November 29, 2009 Colchester,, Vt. -- Nov

Stonehill FG R. Stallworth 7-11 M. Kernan 1-4 I. Almeida 2-7 2-5 D. Heppert A.J. Rudowitz 7-13 A. Tongo 0-3 S. Lowry 1-1 B. Hamor 0-4 P. Lee 4-6 S. Markle 2-2 A. Fazzini 0-0 0-1 SMC FG 3FG FT RE TP A TO BLK S S. Costigan Q. Pinckney 3-11 2-4 6-8 6 14 7 5 0 0 Totals 26-57 N. Birr 2-7 0-2 3-4 4 7 8 2 1 0 T. Warech 13-20 6-10 1-4 0 33 1 3 2 2 SMC FG T. Schilling 7-10 0-0 0-0 12 14 3 1 0 3 Q. Pinckney 5-8 2-3 S. Brandstetter 1-2 0-0 0-0 6 2 1 2 1 1 N. Birr 6-8 C. Hurley 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 0 T. Warech 3-8 T. Ward 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T. Schilling S. Cieplicki 6-10 6-9 0-0 4 18 2 1 0 0 S. Brandstetter 1-2 1-1 1-1 0-0 2-2 2 4 0 1 1 0 C. Hurley D. Knutty 1-4 Totals 33-63 14-27 12-18 35 92 23 15 5 6 S. Cieplicki G. Shungu 0-0 G. Calkins 0-0 Score By Halves 1 2 Total 37 49 86 A. Berthiaume 0-1 Franklin Pierce Saint Michael’s 38 54 92 T. Piotrkiewicz 1-2 D. Knutty 1-4 Totals 21-41 E. Jean-Guillaume 2-10

3FG 1-1 0-1 1-3 0-0 0-4 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 4-15

S 1 1 4 0 2 0 0 0 1 9

Score By Halves Stonehill Saint Michael’s

3FG 2-4 0-0 2-4 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-3 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 7-16

FT 2-2 3-4 1-2 3-6 4-7 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-1 3-4 0-0 0-0 18-28

RE 2 3 0 3 9 0 0 4 5 3 0 0 34

TP 18 5 7 7 19 0 4 0 8 9 0 0 77

A 6 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 12

TO BLK S 4 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 1 12

3FG 1-2 2-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-0 7-14

FT 0-0 1-2 5-6 0-1 2-3 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-2 10-18

RE 3 3 4 5 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 27

TP 11 7 18 6 4 3 3 0 0 1 3 3 59

A 2 4 1 2 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 14

TO BLK 6 0 4 1 1 2 3 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 19 6

1 43 32

2 34 27

Total 77 59

S 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 4

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Game #6: Southern Southern New New Hampshire Hampshire 73, Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 55 Manchester Manchester,, N.H. -- December 2, 2009

Tyler Schilling earned MVP honors at the Pace Holiday Classic Dec. 28-29, making 1820 shots in a pair of wins. Game #8: Saint Anselm 80, Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 68 Manchester Manchester,, N.H. -- December 8, 2009

SMC FG Q. Pinckney 3-8 2-4 N. Birr T. Warech 5-17 T. Schilling 6-9 1-6 D. Knutty 0-3 C. Hurley S. Cieplicki 2-5 G. Shungu 0-0 G. Calkins 0-0 A. Berthiaume 1-6 T. Piotrkiewicz 1-2 S. Brandstetter 2-2 Totals 23-62

3FG 1-2 0-2 2-7 0-0 0-0 0-2 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-3 1-1 0-0 6-22

SNHU S. Wood C. Vejraska G. DeSantis M. Matthews T. Stapleton J. Last B. Marsden A. Carmona H. Velez

FG 3-7 2-6 2-7 4-8 9-12 1-1 0-3 0-0 0-4 J. Morgan-Green 2-5 C. Boland 3-4 Totals 26-57

3FG 0-1 2-4 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 4-12

FT RE 1-2 7 0-0 4 3-3 3 10-13 1 2-4 15 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 8 1-2 3 17-24 43

Score By Halves Saint Michael’s Southern N.H.

1 18 36

2 37 37

3FG 2-3 0-1 1-2 1-5 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 6-14

FT 1-2 1-3 0-0 1-2 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 8-13

RE 4 4 1 0 7 3 0 0 6 1 3 31

TP 13 5 5 8 18 4 2 2 7 2 2 68

A 3 2 2 3 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 15

TO BLK 2 0 4 0 0 0 3 1 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 18 2

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

St. Anselm FG Q. Woodhouse 4-5 G. Vetrano 9-15 P. Luptowski 4-7 T. Baudinet 4-12 J. Keough 5-7 B. Zeko 0-1 H. Williams 4-9 O. Hunter 1-2 K. Jaworowski 0-1 J. Mariano 1-2 Totals 32-61

3FG 0-0 2-2 2-5 1-4 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-14

FT 1-2 2-2 0-1 2-2 1-2 0-0 2-4 2-3 0-0 0-0 10-16

RE 5 2 2 6 7 2 2 1 0 1 31

TP 9 22 10 11 11 0 11 4 0 2 80

A 2 6 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 13

TO BLK 0 1 1 0 0 1 3 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 8 4

S 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Score By Halves 1 Dominican (N.Y.) 8 Saint Michael’s

1 31 36

2 37 44

Total 68 80

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TP 7 6 8 18 20 2 0 0 0 5 7 73

A TO BLK S 1 4 0 1 2 2 0 1 1 3 0 2 1 2 0 3 0 4 0 1 2 1 0 2 2 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 12 22 2 12 A TO BLK S 2 1 2 1 1 4 0 2 1 8 0 2 2 0 0 2 0 4 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 1 2 8 22 3 12

Total 55 73

Game #7: Merrimac k 80, Saint Michael’ Merrimack Michael’ss 56 Colchester Colchester,, Vt. -- December 5, 2009

Merrimack

W. Mack D. Duncan A. Strothers R. Davis D. Mency J. Hansbury G. Estrada W. Pagan T. Young C. Woehnker A. Marshall J. Brownlee J.C. Rosich

Totals SMC

Q. Pinckney T. Warech A. Berthiaume T. Schilling S. Brandstetter C. Hurley T. Ward N. Birr S. Cieplicki G. Shungu G. Calkins T. Piotrkiewicz D. Knutty

Totals.

FG 3FG

3-8 3-9 6-7 4-10 10-17 0-0 0-1 0-2 1-1 2-2 0-2 2-4 0-2

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

FG 3FG

3-10 2-8 0-5 6-14 1-2 2-2 1-4 1-6 2-7 0-0 0-0 1-5 2-2

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

1 39 23

FT 3-4 0-0 0-5 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-12

RE 5 2 5 0 13 1 3 2 0 33

TP 10 11 10 3 11 6 6 8 0 65

A 5 0 0 1 3 3 0 0 0 12

TO BLK 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 11 1

S 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 2 7

SMC FG Q. Pinckney 5-12 C. Hurley 2-4 N. Birr 2-3 7-18 T. Warech T. Schilling 8-10 S. Cieplicki 2-5 T. Piotrkiewicz 2-3 D. Knutty 0-0 S. Brandstetter 1-1 Totals 29-56

3FG 1-6 1-2 1-1 0-2 0-0 1-4 2-3 0-0 0-0 6-18

SMC FG Q. Pinckney 4-8 C. Hurley 3-4 N. Birr 0-4 T. Warech 6-15 T. Schilling 10-10 S. Cieplicki 1-5 T. Piotrkiewicz 2-2 D. Knutty 0-0 Totals 26-48

3FG 3-4 0-1 0-3 1-6 0-0 1-5 2-2 0-0 7-21

FT 4-6 0-2 0-0 3-4 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 9-17

RE 3 3 2 5 9 3 1 0 27

TP 15 6 0 16 22 3 6 0 68

A 3 7 3 1 0 3 1 0 18

TO BLK 1 1 3 1 1 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 11 3

S 3 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 7

Molloy FG E. Freeman 0-4 B. Hutchinson7-10 H. Fuller 5-11 G. Fitts 6-12 C. Palmer 9-16 I. Thomas-Minor 1-3 D. Concha 0-0 T.J. Gessner 0-0 K. Walsh 2-3 Totals 30-59

3FG 0-0 0-0 1-4 3-7 5-11 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 11-25

Total 65 68

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

7 3 12 10 14 0 11 5 24 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 6 0 0 2 4 0 0 0

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

0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

7 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

6 12

FT RE TP A TO BLK S 2-3 1-4 2-4 4-4 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-4

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

8 6 2 16 2 6 3 2 4 0 0 3 4

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

3 4 2 3 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0

2 41 33

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

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

4

11

Total 80 56

Game #10: Saint Michael’ Molloy 76 Michael’ss 77, Molloy Pleasantville, .Y. -- December 29, 2009 Pleasantville, N.Y.

3FG 1-4 1-2 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-12

2 28 31

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

21-65 4-21 10-23 43 56 8 16

Dominican FG L. Porter 3-12 G. Hill 5-7 Z. Huston 5-7 B. McManus 1-4 A. Hodzic 5-8 P. Smith 3-6 M. Calzonetti 3-7 M. Reddick 4-4 T. Stradford 0-0 Totals 29-55

1 37 37

FT RE TP A TO BLK S

31-65 10-21 8-14 49 80 23 17

Score By Halves Merrimack Saint Michael’s

Game #9: .) 65 Saint Michael’ (N.Y.) Michael’ss 68, Dominican (N.Y Pleasantville, .Y. -- December 28, 2009 Pleasantville, N.Y.

SMC FG Q. Pinckney 5-11 N. Birr 2-7 S. Cieplicki 2-5 A. Berthiaume 3-8 T. Schilling 7-12 C. Hurley 2-2 T. Ward 1-2 G. Shungu 1-1 T. Piotrkiewicz 2-4 D. Knutty 1-1 S. Brandstetter 1-1 Totals 27-54

Score By Halves Saint Michael’s Saint Anselm

FT RE TP 0-0 3 7 0-0 3 4 2-3 3 14 1-2 7 13 0-0 3 2 0-0 1 0 0-0 2 6 0-0 1 0 0-0 1 0 0-0 1 2 0-0 0 3 0-0 2 4 3-5 31 55

2009-10 Box Scores

Score By Halves Saint Michael’s Molloy

1 41 40

FT 5-6 1-2 0-0 5-6 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 13-16

RE 2 3 2 9 8 1 1 1 0 30

A 5 3 6 2 0 1 2 0 1 20

TO BLK 2 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 1

S 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 5

FT RE TP A 0-0 3 0 2 3-4 13 17 0 0-0 4 11 9 0-0 3 15 3 0-1 1 23 3 2-2 1 4 2 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 2 6 0 5-7 29 76 19

TO BLK 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 3 1 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 13 3

S 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 6

2 36 36

TP 16 6 5 19 18 5 6 0 2 77

Total 77 76

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Game #11: Bentley Bentley 82, Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 69 Waltham, Mass. uary y 2, 2010 Mass. -- Jan Januar FG T. Warech 3-14 T. Schilling 7-11 Q. Pinckney 4-12 C. Hurley 0-0 4-7 N. Birr 7-15 T. Ward S. Cieplicki 0-2 T. Piotrkiewicz 0-1 Totals 25-62

3FG 1-5 0-0 2-6 0-0 2-4 5-10 0-2 0-1 10-28

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

RE 3 19 4 1 1 3 6 1 42

TP 8 19 11 0 10 21 0 0 69

A 1 1 3 4 4 2 2 0 17

Bentley B. Tracey J. Fremeau M. Quinn J. Westrol J. Brandt M. Topercer K. Kettl T. Dowling D. O’Keefe Totals

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

FT 0-0 0-0 1-2 5-6 4-6 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-0 12-18

RE 12 1 2 2 5 0 2 3 0 29

TP 16 2 11 19 19 2 4 9 0 82

A TO BLK S 2 0 0 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 0 2 4 2 0 4 0 3 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 11 8 2 13

1 27 33

2 42 49

SMC

FG 7-12 1-4 4-8 7-16 7-11 1-1 2-3 3-5 0-0 32-60

Score By Halves Saint Michael’s Bentley

TO BLK 2 0 1 0 7 1 3 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 19 1

Game #12: Saint Rose Rose 80, Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 77 (ot) Albany uary y 6, 2010 Albany, N.Y. .Y. -- Jan Januar S 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2

SMC FG N. Birr 4-9 T. Schilling 6-11 Q. Pinckney 5-11 C. Hurley 2-8 4-13 T. Warech 1-3 T. Ward S. Cieplicki 5-9 T. Piotrkiewicz 0-1 S. Brandstetter 0-0 Totals 27-65

3FG 3-5 0-0 4-7 0-3 0-2 1-2 5-8 0-1 0-0 13-28

FT 0-0 2-4 2-2 1-1 4-5 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 10-14

RE 5 13 0 3 5 1 5 0 0 35

TP 11 14 16 5 12 4 15 0 0 77

A 6 0 7 0 3 1 1 0 0 18

TO BLK 0 1 0 0 2 2 1 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 12 4

S 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 3

Saint Rose FG B. Hanuschak 2-8 D. Grimes 4-8 A. Pope 6-10 S. Bromirski 8-13 J. Clark 4-11 R. Gutierrez 6-11 S. Griffin 1-6 A. Pelletier 0-0 Totals. 31-67

3FG 0-0 0-0 4-6 4-8 2-6 0-2 0-0 0-0 10-22

FT 2-3 4-5 0-2 0-0 1-2 1-3 0-0 0-0 8-15

RE 9 8 3 2 6 7 5 0 44

TP 6 12 16 20 11 13 2 0 80

A 0 0 3 3 6 0 1 0 13

TO BLK 0 1 1 4 3 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 12 5

S 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 3

Score By Halves Saint Michael’s Saint Rose

Total 69 82

1 36 40

2 34 30

OT 7 10

Total 77 80

Sam Cieplicki led SMC in scoring in consecutive wins, netting 16 at SCSU on Jan. 12, and 14 versus Pace on Jan. 16. Game #13: Le Moyne Michael’ss 67 Moyne 75, Saint Michael’ uary y 9, 2010 Colchester Januar Colchester,, Vt. -- Jan

Game #14: Saint Michael’ Southern Connecticut State State 76 Michael’ss 78, Southern uary y 12, 2010 New Haven, Conn. -- Jan Januar New Hav

Game #15: Saint Michael’ University ersity 48 Michael’ss 63, Pace Univ uary y 16, 2010 Colchester Januar Colchester,, Vt. -- Jan

Le Moyne D. Corbin D. Miles C. Johnson L. Ekperigin K. Roth J. Cormier K. Hassett M. Goodman

FG 7-13 1-2 5-9 8-12 2-7 0-2 0-0 1-1 E. Archibold-Brown0-1 Totals 24-47

3FG 0-0 0-0 4-8 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-10

FT RE 3-3 6 6-8 5 4-4 4 7-10 9 2-2 10 0-0 1 0-0 1 1-1 0 0-0 1 23-28 39

TP 17 8 18 23 6 0 0 3 0 75

A TO BLK 1 4 0 5 1 0 1 1 1 1 5 2 3 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 11 16 4

S 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 4

SMC FG 3FG T. Schilling 7-9 0-0 D. Knutty 3-5 0-0 Q. Pinckney 5-11 2-4 2-8 0-2 N. Birr T. Warech 5-10 1-2 C. Hurley 2-2 1-1 T. Ward 2-6 2-4 S. Cieplicki 4-10 4-10 G. Shungu 0-0 0-0 Totals 30-61 10-23

FT 1-2 1-2 0-1 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 4-6 0-0 8-15

RE 14 2 5 3 4 0 0 3 1 36

TP 15 7 12 5 12 5 6 16 0 68

A 1 0 5 4 3 3 2 0 0 18

TO BLK 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 0 5 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 11 4

S 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 5

Pace C. Howard A. Mills D. Eismeier R. Woods E. Harris L. McGhee C. Jones D. Daley J. Alston Totals

FG 3-8 6-11 0-5 2-9 3-5 3-7 0-0 1-5 2-5 20-55

3FG 1-5 0-0 0-2 0-4 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 2-14

FT 0-0 0-1 0-0 3-5 0-0 2-5 1-4 0-0 0-0 6-15

RE 5 1 2 9 7 0 1 5 2 36

TP 7 12 0 7 6 9 1 2 4 48

A TO BLK 1 3 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 4 3 4 5 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 7 20 4

SMC FG Q. Pinckney 5-19 N. Birr 2-8 S. Cieplicki 2-3 T. Warech 8-23 T. Schilling 4-7 T. Ward 1-4 T. Piotrkiewicz 0-3 D. Knutty 2-5 Totals 24-72

3FG 5-13 0-3 1-2 5-12 0-0 1-4 0-3 0-0 12-37

FT 5-6 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-10

TP 20 4 5 22 9 3 0 4 67

A 4 3 3 3 2 0 1 1 17

S 2 2 0 0 3 0 0 1 8

SCSU FG C. Chapman 10-13 K. Ramsey 0-1 D. Williamson 7-11 L. Long 1-4 T. Carberry 7-18 C. Harris 4-8 A. Cosic 1-5 Totals 30-60

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

FT 2-3 3-4 5-7 0-0 2-5 2-3 0-0 14-22

RE 9 2 12 2 4 2 3 35

TP 22 3 19 2 18 10 2 76

A TO BLK 1 3 0 0 1 0 3 1 2 0 2 0 0 2 1 3 2 0 1 0 1 8 11 4

S 2 0 1 2 1 1 1 8

SMC FG Q. Pinckney 4-7 N. Birr 2-5 T. Warech 5-13 T. Schilling 5-13 D. Knutty 2-4 C. Hurley 0-1 T. Ward 0-2 S. Cieplicki 5-10 A. Berthiaume 3-6 Totals 26-61

3FG 2-3 1-3 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 4-8 0-2 8-22

FT 0-0 0-0 2-7 0-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-11

RE 5 7 4 9 5 0 0 7 1 42

TP 10 5 13 10 4 1 0 14 6 63

A TO BLK S 4 6 1 2 2 6 0 3 1 1 1 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 2 0 3 11 18 2 13

Score By Halves Le Moyne Saint Michael’s

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1 37 27

RE 6 2 3 3 12 2 1 4 37

2 38 40

Total 75 67

TO BLK 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 9 0

Score By Halves 1 Saint Michael’s 43 Southern Connecticut 40

2 35 36

Total 78 76

Score By Halves Pace University Saint Michael’s

1 30 45

2 18 18

S 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 5

Total 48 63

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Game #16: Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 72, New New Hav Haven 66 Colchester uary y 20, 2010 Colchester,, Vt. -- Jan Januar New Haven D. Greene R. Jamerson J. Williams C. Chaney K. Jackson M. Palmieri S. Harris K. Aguh C.J. Ruskay J. Carr S. Ustunel Totals

Game #17: Assumption 77, Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 60 Worcester uary y 23, 2010 orcester,, Mass. Mass. -- Jan Januar

FG 10-16 7-11 2-3 5-13 0-4 0-0 1-2 0-1 1-3 0-0 1-3 27-56

3FG 1-4 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-8

FT 6-7 3-3 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 11-17

RE 0 4 3 9 2 0 0 2 1 0 1 26

TP 27 17 4 11 0 0 3 0 2 0 2 66

A TO BLK 1 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 2 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 8 9 3

S 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

SMC FG Q. Pinckney 3-5 N. Birr 3-7 T. Warech 6-12 T. Schilling 4-7 D. Knutty 6-8 C. Hurley 0-0 S. Cieplicki 4-5 A. Berthiaume 2-3 Totals 28-47

3FG 0-0 2-4 1-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-4 0-1 6-15

FT 1-3 3-4 1-4 1-3 0-0 2-2 1-4 1-2 10-22

RE 3 3 3 8 5 1 6 0 31

TP 7 11 14 9 12 2 12 5 72

A 4 8 3 0 0 0 0 1 16

Score By Halves New Haven Saint Michael's

1 31 37

2 35 35

S 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 5 Score By Halves Saint Michael’s Assumption

TO BLK 2 1 4 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 12 3

Total 66 72

SMC FG Q. Pinckney 1-10 5-8 N. Birr T. Warech 6-19 T. Schilling 3-6 1-4 D. Knutty 1-1 C. Hurley T. Ward 1-1 S. Cieplicki 2-8 A. Berthiaume 2-5 Totals 22-62

3FG 0-3 4-6 2-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-6 0-2 8-25

FT 3-6 0-0 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 8-13

RE 6 5 8 5 5 0 0 2 3 37

TP 5 14 18 6 2 2 3 5 5 60

A 3 3 3 1 1 3 0 0 0 14

TO BLK 6 0 1 1 2 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 2 1 3 0 20 4

S 0 1 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 7

Assumption R. Rozsnaki C. Bluford M. Baldarelli S. Fraine T. Beinert K. Donahue R. Quick T. Haase Totals

3FG 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-3 0-0 2-2 0-1 0-0 2-9

FT 0-0 1-3 0-1 0-0 6-7 0-0 0-0 2-2 9-13

RE 5 5 8 8 5 2 5 1 40

TP 2 11 12 8 10 8 18 8 77

A 9 5 3 0 4 2 0 1 24

TO BLK 4 1 1 0 2 0 2 2 2 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 15 4

S 2 3 2 0 0 0 0 1 8

FG 1-3 5-12 6-12 4-8 2-4 3-6 9-13 3-5 33-63

1 36 37

2 24 40

Total 60 77

Nate Birr scored a game-high 18 points and added a game-best three steals in a 60-51 upset of nationally-ranked Bentley on Feb. 6. Game #18: tional 64, Saint Michael’ American Interna Michael’ss 57 International uary y 26, 2010 Colchester Januar Colchester,, Vt. -- Jan AIC FG A. Hynes-Guery 1-4 M. Troll 2-6 R. Hudson 2-4 A. Thomas 2-4 A. Vanderhorst 2-7 I. Wallace 11-16 B. Richards 3-10 Totals 23-51

3FG FT 0-0 5-6 2-5 3-6 0-2 1-2 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-4 0-2 3-6 3-10 0-0 5-19 13-25

SMC FG Q. Pinckney 1-5 5-9 N. Birr T. Warech 5-12 T. Schilling 2-7 D. Knutty 7-14 S. Cieplicki 0-5 A. Berthiaume 2-5 Totals 22-57

3FG 1-3 2-4 3-6 0-0 0-0 0-5 1-3 7-21

Score By Halves 1 American International 24 Saint Michael’s 28

RE 5 5 2 8 4 6 1 36

TP 7 9 5 5 4 25 9 64

Game #19: Adelphi 68, Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 48 uary y 30, 2010 Garden City, N.Y. .Y. -- Jan Januar Garden City,

A 2 5 3 2 0 2 0 14

TO BLK 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 7 1

S 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 5

FT RE TP A 0-0 5 3 4 0-0 9 12 3 2-3 3 15 1 0-0 8 4 2 2-3 7 16 0 0-0 1 0 1 2-3 0 7 3 6-9 36 57 14

TO BLK 2 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 10 0

S 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 4

2 40 29

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Total 64 57

SMC Q. Pinckney N. Birr T. Warech T. Schilling D. Knutty C. Hurley T. Ward S. Cieplicki G. Shungu G. Calkins A. Berthiaume T. Piotrkiewicz S. Brandstetter Totals

Game #20: UMass Low Michael’ss 82 (ot) Lowell 85, Saint Michael’ y 3, 2010 Low Mass. -- Fe Februar bruary Lowell, Mass. SMC FG N. Birr 3-7 T. Schilling 4-4 Q. Pinckney 5-9 3-9 C. Hurley T. Warech 9-19 S. Cieplicki 7-8 A. Berthiaume 0-0 D. Knutty 1-1 S. Brandstetter 0-0 Totals 32-57

3FG 0-3 0-0 3-5 0-1 2-9 6-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 11-25

FT 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 5-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-10

RE 4 11 4 3 8 1 1 0 1 35

TP 7 8 14 6 25 20 0 2 0 82

A 3 1 5 6 2 1 1 0 0 19

TO BLK 4 0 2 0 5 0 8 0 5 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 27 1

UML FG M. Kerman 2-4 A. Kanaan 7-12 R. Walton 2-6 K. Caiola 10-18 C. Heatherly 0-2 S. Tavares-Taylor4-10 R. Diaz 0-2 M. Johnson 3-6 K. Mayers 0-1 M. Welch 2-5 K. Onyechi 0-0 Totals 30-66

3FG 0-1 0-2 1-4 3-5 0-1 4-8 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-0 9-27

FT 3-3 0-2 4-4 5-5 1-2 2-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 16-20

RE 3 11 4 2 2 2 2 0 0 1 0 30

TP 7 14 9 28 1 14 1 6 0 5 0 85

A 0 0 2 2 0 4 0 3 0 1 0 12

TO BLK S 2 0 1 0 5 3 0 0 3 4 0 1 3 0 2 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 15 5 13

FG 3FG FT 0-1 0-1 1-2 0-3 0-1 1-2 2-9 1-4 3-8 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-2 1-2 0-1 2-2 2-4 2-2 2-3 1-5 1-5 2-2 2-2 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-1 2-2 0-2 0-2 2-2 1-4 0-0 2-3 12-41 4-17 20-31

RE 4 2 2 8 0 1 2 1 1 0 1 2 4 28

TP 1 1 8 4 1 4 8 5 6 0 4 2 4 48

A TO BLK S 1 4 0 0 2 3 0 0 2 4 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 6 23 3 5

Adelphi FG 3FG FT C. Ranglin 3-3 0-0 0-0 C. Cosgrove 1-7 0-5 0-0 R. Johnson 3-10 0-2 4-5 C. Diasparra 4-6 1-3 2-2 R. Byrd 4-6 2-2 5-5 S. Farley 4-6 0-0 2-2 A. Marbach 0-0 0-0 0-0 K. Fitzgerald 0-1 0-0 0-0 J. Calarco 2-5 0-0 0-0 D. Akinyooye 3-4 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 1-5 P. Skema B. Simpson 0-0 0-0 0-0 N. McDonald 1-1 0-0 0-0 R. Harkins 0-2 0-1 0-0 Totals 25-52 3-13 15-20

RE 5 2 6 5 3 4 0 1 2 3 1 1 2 3 38

TP 6 2 10 11 15 10 0 0 4 7 1 0 2 0 68

A TO BLK S 1 1 1 1 7 4 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 4 2 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Score By Halves 4 0 0 1 Saint Michael’s 17 17 4 11 UMass Lowell

Score By Halves Saint Michael’s Adelphi

1 21 42

2 27 26

Total 48 68

1 41 20

2 35 56

OT 6 9

S 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 6

Total 82 85

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2009-10 Box Scores Game #21: Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 60, Bentley Bentley 51 Colchester y 6, 2010 Colchester,, Vt. -- Fe Februar bruary

Bentley M. Quinn J. Westrol J. Brandt B. Tracey J. Fremeau G. Jacques M. Topercer K. Kettl T. Dowling D. O’Keefe Totals

FG 1-11 6-11 4-13 5-11 5-7 0-3 1-2 0-0 0-3 0-2 22-63

3FG 0-8 0-2 1-3 0-5 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-22

FT 4-6 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 6-13

RE 3 5 8 9 4 1 2 2 2 1 42

TP 6 13 9 10 10 0 2 0 1 0 51

A TO BLK 2 0 0 2 4 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 6 12 2

S 2 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 7

SMC FG Q. Pinckney 3-7 N. Birr 5-9 T. Warech 3-15 T. Schilling 4-5 D. Knutty 1-7 C. Hurley 0-1 T. Ward 0-2 S. Cieplicki 2-5 Totals 18-51

3FG 1-5 3-4 3-9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-3 7-22

FT 3-4 5-7 3-4 0-0 5-7 1-2 0-0 0-0 17-24

RE 8 1 2 9 8 1 0 4 38

TP 10 18 12 8 7 1 0 4 60

A TO BLK 3 4 1 1 2 0 3 3 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 12 3

S 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 2 6

Score By Halves Bentley Saint Michael’s

1 29 31

2 22 29

Total 51 60

Game #22: Franklin Pierce Pierce 79, Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 72 Rindge y 9, 2010 Rindge, N.H. -- Fe Februar bruary SMC FG T. Schilling 3-6 10-20 D. Knutty Q. Pinckney 5-10 N. Birr 2-8 3-11 T. Warech 1-1 C. Hurley T. Ward 0-0 S. Cieplicki 4-4 T. Piotrkiewicz 0-0 Totals 28-60

3FG 0-0 0-0 1-5 2-5 0-4 0-0 0-0 3-3 0-0 6-17

FT 0-0 4-6 2-2 0-0 2-4 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 10-14

FPU R. Terrell

3FG 0-0 1-3 2-6 2-3 1-5 1-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-22

FT RE 0-0 5 0-1 6 0-0 1 13-15 17 0-0 2 0-0 1 1-2 4 0-0 1 0-1 5 14-19 47

FG 7-9 E. Jean-Guillaume 5-12 M. Wellman 2-6 K. Dozier 5-8 J. Manchester 1-6 C. Christian 2-7 J. Hegarty 3-12 M. Barrow 0-0 A. Abu 4-8 Totals 29-68 Score By Halves Saint Michael’s Franklin Pierce

1 31 39

RE 4 15 4 2 2 0 0 2 0 30

2 41 40

TP 6 24 13 6 8 4 0 11 0 72

A 0 0 3 6 2 2 1 1 0 15

TO BLK 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 2 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 10 2

Game #23: Stonehill 76, Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 61 Easton, Mass. y 13, 2010 Mass. -- Fe Februar bruary S 0 0 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 5

SMC FG T. Schilling 2-5 Q. Pinckney 3-8 T. Ward 0-1 S. Cieplicki 2-4 8-16 T. Warech 1-3 C. Hurley N. Birr 5-13 G. Shungu 0-3 T. Piotrkiewicz 0-0 D. Knutty 0-0 S. Brandstetter 0-1 TP A TO BLK S Totals 21-54 14 2 1 0 1 11 5 2 1 1 Stonehill FG 6 2 2 0 0 M. Kernan 4-11 25 0 6 0 3 A.J. Rudowitz 7-8 3 3 0 0 0 R. Stallworth 3-7 6-12 5 1 1 0 1 I. Almeida 3-5 7 0 0 0 0 D. Heppert 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 A. Tongo 0-0 8 1 0 0 1 S. Lowry 1-2 79 14 12 1 7 B. Hamor P. Lee 1-2 S. Markle 2-4 Total A. Fazzini 0-0 72 S. Costigan 0-0 79 Totals 28-54 Score By Halves Saint Michael’s Stonehill

Game #24: Southern New Hampshire Hampshire 83, Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 80 (ot) Southern New y 17, 2010 Colchester Februar bruary Colchester,, Vt. -- Fe SNHU J. Last S. Wood H. Velez C. Vejraska T. Stapleton L. Croteau G. DeSantis

FG 5-6 7-12 3-6 2-9 8-13 0-0 1-3 J. Morgan-Green3-6 M. Matthews 0-0 C. Boland 4-4 Totals 33-59

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

FT 5-8 2-3 0-0 2-6 3-7 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 14-26

RE 1 8 2 5 7 1 1 3 2 2 35

SMC FG 3FG Q. Pinckney 0-3 0-2 N. Birr 7-13 2-5 T. Warech 11-18 3-6 T. Schilling 5-8 0-0 D. Knutty 0-4 0-0 C. Hurley 4-7 3-5 S. Cieplicki 3-8 3-8 Totals 30-61 11-26

FT 1-2 3-3 2-2 3-10 0-0 0-0 0-0 9-17

RE 2 2 6 13 2 3 4 34

Score By Halves Southern N.H. Saint Michael’s

1 34 29

2 36 41

TP 16 16 7 6 19 0 3 8 0 8 83

A TO BLK 3 3 0 1 5 2 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 2 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 11 18 4

Game #25: k 94, Saint Michael’ Merrimac Michael’ss 77 Merrimack y 20, 2010 North Andover, er, Mass. Mass. -- Fe Februar bruary North Andov

S 1 5 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 9

SMC FG T. Piotrkiewicz 7-9 T. Schilling 2-2 Q. Pinckney 2-4 4-9 N. Birr T. Warech 10-22 C. Hurley 0-4 T. Ward 0-0 S. Cieplicki 3-6 G. Shungu 1-1 G. Calkins 0-2 D. Knutty 1-2 S. Brandstetter 0-0 TP A TO BLK S Totals 30-61 1 2 6 0 0 19 6 4 0 3 Merrimack FG 27 2 3 0 1 A. Strothers 5-6 13 1 3 0 3 W. Mack 4-9 0 0 2 0 0 D. Duncan 6-16 11 3 1 0 2 C. Woehnker 2-4 9 4 1 0 0 D. Mency 5-11 80 18 20 0 9 J. Hansbury 0-1 W. Pagan 0-0 T. Young 1-2 OT Total R. Davis 8-14 13 83 J.C. Rosich 0-0 10 80 Totals 31-63 Score By Halves Saint Michael’s Merrimack

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FT 0-1 4-4 0-0 1-2 1-1 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 10-12

RE 4 3 0 2 5 1 5 3 0 0 0 25

TP 4 11 0 7 20 4 15 0 0 0 0 61

A 1 3 1 2 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 12

TO BLK 3 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 13 4

S 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 5

3FG 0-0 0-0 0-2 1-1 2-4 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 5-11

FT 0-0 1-1 4-4 2-4 3-4 0-0 0-0 3-4 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 15-21

RE 5 5 0 9 5 2 0 4 4 3 0 0 39

TP 8 15 10 15 11 2 0 6 4 5 0 0 76

A 1 1 3 1 3 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 12

TO BLK 3 0 2 2 1 0 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 12 5

S 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 6

1 22 44

2 39 32

Total 61 76

Game #26: Saint Anselm 80, Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 68 y 24, 2010 Colchester Februar bruary Colchester,, Vt. -- Fe

3FG 3-4 0-0 1-3 0-3 2-3 0-1 0-0 3-4 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 9-20

FT 3-4 0-3 0-3 1-1 4-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 8-16

RE 7 4 3 1 9 2 0 6 1 0 1 0 38

TP 20 4 5 9 26 0 0 9 2 0 2 0 77

A 0 0 2 8 5 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 18

TO BLK 2 0 0 0 5 0 2 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 19 0

3FG 0-0 1-3 1-6 2-4 4-9 0-1 0-0 0-0 4-8 0-0 12-31

FT RE 4-4 7 2-2 4 8-8 5 0-0 0 0-0 7 0-0 3 0-0 0 0-0 0 4-6 3 2-2 1 20-22 31

TP 14 11 21 6 14 0 0 2 24 2 94

A 1 4 7 0 2 1 0 0 3 0 18

TO BLK S 0 4 1 1 0 4 1 0 4 0 0 1 3 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 4 11

2 37 46

Total 77 94

1 40 48

3FG 0-0 1-2 0-1 2-4 3-3 0-1 3-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 9-17

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

St. Anselm FG Q. Woodhouse 0-2 G. Vetrano 9-20 P. Luptowski 3-8 T. Baudinet 8-18 J. Keough 0-0 B. Hartnett 0-0 B. Zeko 5-7 H. Williams 2-8 M. Bouie 0-0 O. Hunter 2-6 J. Mariano 1-3 Totals 30-72

3FG 0-0 2-5 1-5 3-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 6-20

SMC FG N. Birr 4-7 T. Warech 6-17 G. Calkins 1-3 T. Piotrkiewicz 3-7 T. Schilling 2-3 Q. Pinckney 0-1 2-5 C. Hurley T. Ward 2-3 S. Cieplicki 2-4 G. Shungu 3-4 0-1 D. Knutty Totals 25-55

3FG 3-4 2-7 1-3 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 2-3 0-0 0-0 12-25

Score By Halves Saint Anselm Saint Michael’s

1 35 30

FT 0-0 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-9 5-6 0-0 1-2 0-1 14-21

RE 4 5 2 7 2 0 9 2 0 1 2 39

TP 0 23 7 19 0 0 15 9 0 5 2 80

A 0 6 1 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 13

TO BLK S 1 0 0 1 0 5 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 9 2 13

FT RE TP A TO BLK 2-2 0 13 6 5 0 3-4 9 17 0 6 3 0-0 1 3 1 0 0 0-0 5 8 2 1 0 1-2 3 5 0 1 1 0-0 3 0 2 1 1 0-0 3 4 1 3 0 0-0 0 6 1 0 0 0-0 2 6 3 2 0 0-0 3 6 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 6-8 36 68 16 20 5 2 45 38

S 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 5

Total 80 68

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Mark Mulvey ’97 is one of the most talented and decorated guards in Saint Michael’s basketball history. Mulvey was a First Team AllAmerican, and won the 1997 Bob Cousy Award as the best player in New England under six feet, regardless of division. In 1997, Mulvey guided the Purple Knights to their first Northeast-10 Conference championship and first NCAA Tournament appearance in 11 seasons. He ranks among the top-10 in several career categories, and was inducted into the Saint Michael’s Athletic Hall of Fame on October 18, 2003.

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The Vincent C. Ross Sports Center The Inaugural Game Saint Michael’s versus Niagara December 1, 1973


Year-By-Year Records Season 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35

W-L 5-6 5-10 11-5 9-8 3-9 4-13 1-10 1-11 4-9 5-7 12-5 2-12 4-10 5-11 7-9 4-14

1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46

7-6 8-7 7-7 6-8 9-7 9-8 1-15 6-8 ** 4-6 9-4

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

11-9 7-14 14-7 18-6 19-4 7-10 10-11 11-9 11-10 17-4 18-7 19-7 19-7

1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63

13-10 12-10 9-8 13-5

1963-64

16-9

1964-65

21-7

1965-66 1966-67 1967-68

16-10 23-4 16-8

1968-69 1969-70

8-16 9-14

1970-71 1971-72 1972-73

13-10 12-11 18-9

1973-74

17-11

1974-75

13-11

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Coach Doc Lawlor Rev. Ralph Linnehan Joseph Mullaney Bill Hammond Doc Lawlor Leo Croteau Jonathan Dasher Leo Croteau Leo Croteau Owen Murphy Owen Murphy Owen Murphy Robert Carr Robert Carr Robert Carr Arch Petras

Captain(s) Ralph Linnehan Frank Hale Frank Hale H. Delaney H. Delaney Pat McAlpine Louis Perrotta Louis Perrotta Ed Connally Hugh O'Brien Jack Slattery Jack Slattery John Tierney John Tierney Phil Ruggiero Bob Meade, Phil Ruggiero Arch Petras Barry Branon Arch Petras Joe Burke Arch Petras Jim Clark Phillip Ryan Jim Clark Phillip Ryan John Herbert Phillip Ryan Fred Coffey Phillip Ryan Jules Pequignot Phillip Ryan Jack Fitzgibbon Rev. Ralph Linnehan Bobo Birsky Rev. Ralph Linnehan Bobo Birsky Phillip Ryan Dan O'Rourke, Ted Stropyra Phillip Ryan Steve Guter George "Doc" Jacobs Carl Coffey Bennie Borgmann John Dean Barry Branon game appointed Barry Branon game appointed Barry Branon game appointed George "Doc" Jacobs George Barry George "Doc" Jacobs Robert Bolster George "Doc" Jacobs game appointed George "Doc" Jacobs Bernie Cieplicki George "Doc" Jacobs Bernie Cieplicki George "Doc" Jacobs Drew Denmead George "Doc" Jacobs Hank Gretkowski, Tony Nicodemo George "Doc" Jacobs game appointed George "Doc" Jacobs Al Baldini George "Doc" Jacobs Al Baldini George "Doc" Jacobs Walt Baumann, Fred Cerrato George “Doc” Jacobs (0-3) John Jachym, Edward Markey (16-6) Marty King Edward Markey Ed Kryger, Rich Tarrant Edward Markey game appointed Edward Markey Dick Falkenbush Edward Markey Dave Gleason, Bob Joyce Edward Markey game appointed Edward Markey James Cody, Peter Cragan, Jack Russell Edward Markey Bill Brooks Edward Markey Michael Balzano, Walter Baumann Fran Laffin, Bob Toner Walter Baumann Fran Laffin, Bob Toner Walter Baumann Gene Cizynski, John Lanchantin Robert Tetreault

Season 1975-76

W-L 12-14

Coach Walter Baumann

1976-77 1977-78

10-14 11-15

Walter Baumann Walter Baumann

1978-79

10-14

Walter Baumann

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

5-21 12-13 16-11 12-15

Stephen Antrim Stephen Antrim Stephen Antrim Stephen Antrim

1983-84 1984-85

7-19 7-21

Jim Casciano Jim Casciano

1985-86

19-10

Jim Casciano

1986-87 1987-88

20-11 17-11

Jim Casciano Jim Casciano

1988-89

18-10

Jim Casciano

1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93

9-18 9-17 12-15 14-13

Barry Parkhill Tom Crowley Tom Crowley Tom Crowley

1993-94

15-13

Tom Crowley

1994-95

14-13

Tom Crowley

1995-96 1996-97 1997-98

19-8 23-7 16-13

Tom Crowley Tom Crowley Tom O'Shea

1998-99

25-9

Tom O'Shea

1999-00

20-9

Tom O'Shea

2000-01

27-4

Tom O’Shea

2001-02

11-16

Tom O’Shea

2002-03 2003-04

10-17 8-18

Tom O’Shea Tom O’Shea

2004-05

7-20

Tom O’Shea

2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

9-18 16-13 8-18

Tom O’Shea Tom O’Shea Tom O’Shea

2008-09 2009-10

10-15 9-17

Tom O’Shea Tom O’Shea

90 seasons 1,025-973 ** Informal Team in 1943-44

Captain(s) John Balczuk, Ken Johnson, Joe Myers game appointed Derrick Halacki, Ted Mauro Derrick Halacki, Tom Hoey, John Rao game appointed Dan Nikitas Dan Nikitas Jerry Mizerak, Marc Streb game appointed Bob Millikin, Joe Smoolca Mark Anderson, Dan Mailliard Larry Irving George Daway, Gus Gabriel Greg Thomas, Brian Young Greg Thomas Bryan Duffy Monroe Blakes Tim MacDonald, Alexis Sherard Jason Curry, Jeremy Dubay, Justin Smith Jason Curry, Jeremy Dubay Mark Mulvey Mark Mulvey Geoff Card, Alex Okosi, Jay Wandtke John Gonzalez, Derek Henderson, Brian Pannuzzo Warren Daniel, Brian Miles, Mark Pater Brian Miles, Mark Pater, Todd Roberts Tunde Adekola, Anthony Scott Adam Johnson Delbert Randall, Ben Smith Kyle Dietrich, Mike Keating, Eric Swiezynski B.J. Robertson Brendan Mullins Craig Carey, Brian Monahan, James Sorrentine Mike Iola Nate Birr, Tyler Schilling .513 winning percentage

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Opponent Adelphi Air Force Akron Albany Albany Pharmacy American International Amherst Army Assumption Atlantic Christian Babson Bard (N.Y.) Bates Becker Bentley Bloomfield Bloomsburg Boston College Boston University Bowdoin Brandeis Bridgeport Brooklyn Poly Tech Bryant Buffalo State C.W. Post Caldwell Canisius Castleton State Catholic University Central Connecticut Central Florida Champlain (N.Y.) Chestnut Hill Clark Clarkson Colby Columbia Concordia (N.Y.) Creighton Dartmouth Davis & Elkins Delaware Dominican (N.Y.) Dowling East Stroudsburg Eckerd Evansville Fairfield Fairleigh Dickinson Felician Florida Southern Franklin Pierce Gannon Gordon Grambling Green Mountain Hartford Hartwick Harvard Hofstra Holy Cross Indiana (Pa.) Iona Ithaca Jacksonville (Ala.) Johnson State Keene State Kentucky Wesleyan Le Moyne LIU-Southampton Loyola (Ill.) Loyola (Md.) Loyola (Que.) Maine Manhattanville Mansfield (Pa.) Marist Mass. College UMass Amherst

W-L 20-14 1-0 1-0 10-11 3-1 54-37 2-3 0-3 29-48 1-0 1-0 3-3 3-0 2-1 22-42 1-0 1-1 1-5 1-4 2-0 4-2 9-14 1-1 24-13 4-1 3-2 1-0 0-3 1-0 1-0 7-16 0-1 9-5 1-0 2-1 18-23 12-6 0-1 5-0 1-3 2-3 1-0 2-0 1-0 4-2 0-1 0-1 1-2 3-4 0-1 2-1 0-1 7-11 2-4 1-0 1-0 6-0 10-4 3-7 1-2 1-1 0-11 0-1 0-1 1-2 0-1 1-0 6-2 0-3 41-36 4-7 0-1 3-0 1-0 4-6 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-3

Pct. .588 1.000 1.000 .450 .750 .593 .400 .000 .377 1.000 1.000 .500 1.000 .667 .344 1.000 .500 .167 .200 1.000 .667 .391 .500 .649 .800 .600 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .304 .000 .643 1.000 .667 .439 .667 .000 1.000 .250 .400 1.000 1.000 1.000 .667 .000 .000 .333 .429 .000 .667 .000 .389 .333 1.000 1.000 1.000 .714 .300 .333 .500 .000 .000 .000 .333 .000 1.000 .667 .000 .532 .364 .000 1.000 1.000 .400 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000

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Last SMC W 2006-07 (3) 1956-57 (1) 1964-65 (1) 1947-48 (3) 1929-30 (1) 2008-09 (11) 1967-68 (2) --2008-09 (5) 1960-61 (1) 1981-82 (1) 1934-35 (2) 1958-59 (3) 1950-51 (2) 2009-10 (3) 1999-00 (1) 2008-09 (1) 1949-50 (1) 1921-22 (1) 1967-68 (2) 1964-65 (3) 1998-99 (3) 1938-39 (1) 2006-07 (8) 1967-68 (4) 2000-01 (2) 2002-03 (1) --1995-96 (1) 1972-73 (1) 1980-81 (2) --1952-53 (7) 2009-10 (1) 1929-30 (1) 1974-75 (14) 1976-77 (6) --2009-10 (5) 1950-51 (1) 1960-61 (1) 2004-05 (1) 1963-64 (2) 2009-10 (1) 2007-08 (3) ----1957-58 (1) 1960-61 (2) --2003-04 (2) --2009-10 (1) 1985-86 (1) 1983-84 (1) 1957-58 (1) 2003-04 (6) 1982-83 (8) 1966-67 (3) 1985-86 (1) 1949-50 (1) ------1932-33 (1) --1983-84 (1) 1986-87 (3) --2006-07 (5) 1999-00 (4) --1980-81 (3) 1981-82 (1) 1975-76 (2) 1984-85 (2) 2003-04 (1) 1979-80 (1) 1981-82 (1) ---

Last Opp. W 2009-10 (2) ----1941-42 (4) 1926-27 (1) 2009-10 (7) 1969-70 (2) 1954-55 (3) 2009-10 (17) ----1932-33 (2) --1941-42 (1) 2009-10 (7) --1996-97 (1) 1982-83 (4) 1953-54 (4) --1953-54 (1) 1984-85 (6) 1940-41 (1) 2007-08 (5) 1975-76 (1) 1986-87 (1) --1977-78 (3) ----1983-84 (4) 1979-80 (1) 1952-53 (3) --1923-24 (1) 1981-82 (8) 1962-63 (2) 1959-60 (1) --1958-59 (3) 1959-60 (2) ------1990-91 (2) 1995-96 (1) 1986-87 (1) 1964-65 (2) 1957-58 (3) 1959-60 (1) 2006-07 (1) 1986-87 (1) 2009-10 (6) 1986-87 (2) ------1980-81 (1) 1977-78 (4) 1984-85 (2) 1948-49 (1) 1972-73 (11) 1961-62 (1) 1949-50 (1) 1937-38 (2) 1960-61 (1) --1985-86 (1) 1987-88 (3) 2009-10 (6) 1973-74 (7) 1956-57 (1) ----1983-84 (4) --------1970-71 (3)

All-Time Series History

Opponent UMass Boston UMass Lowell McGill Mercer Mercy Mercyhurst Merrimack Middlebury Minn.-Duluth Molloy Monmouth Muhlenberg New England College New Hampshire New Haven College of New Jersey New Jersey Inst. of Tech. New York Tech Niagara Nichols North Dakota Northeastern Norwich Ohio Valley Pace Philadelphia Plattsburgh State Post Potsdam Providence Queens (N.C.) Queens (N.Y.) Quinnipiac Rhode Island Rider Roberts Wesleyan Rollins RPI Sacred Heart Saint Anselm Saint Bonaventure Saint Cloud Saint Francis (N.Y.) Saint Francis (Pa.) Saint John Fisher Saint Joseph's (Maine) Saint Lawrence Saint Leo Saint Peter's Saint Rose Saint Thomas Aquinas Salem International Seattle Seton Hall Siena South Dakota State Southern Conn. Southern N.H. Southern Vermont SW Missouri State Springfield Stonehill Tampa Taylor Texas Wesleyan Thomas More Trinity (Conn.) Tufts Union U.S. Coast Guard Vermont Villanova Williams Wilmington (N.C.) Wisconsin-Stevens Point Worcester Poly Tech

W-L 8-0 25-20 2-0 1-0 2-0 2-0 35-32 80-42 0-1 3-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 5-7 8-5 1-0 1-1 6-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 8-12 98-29 0-1 15-13 3-8 5-1 1-0 0-1 1-4 1-0 2-1 19-14 1-2 0-1 1-0 0-1 3-2 8-16 51-51 0-1 0-1 1-3 0-3 0-5 4-0 23-31 1-1 1-3 4-15 1-1 0-1 1-0 1-2 4-9 0-1 15-9 7-23 1-0 0-1 19-19 35-34 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-3 1-3 0-1 2-4 52-83 0-1 6-6 0-1 0-1 1-0

Pct. 1.000 .556 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .522 .648 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .417 .615 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .000 .400 .772 .000 .536 .273 .833 1.000 .000 .200 1.000 .667 .576 .333 .000 1.000 .000 .600 .333 .500 .000 .000 .250 .000 .000 1.000 .434 .500 .250 .211 .500 .000 1.000 .333 .333 .000 .625 .233 1.000 .000 .500 .507 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .250 .250 .000 .333 .385 .000 .500 .000 .000 1.000

Last SMC W 2004-05 (8) 2007-08 (4) 1952-53 (2) 1963-64 (1) 2007-08 (2) 1994-95 (2) 2006-07 (7) 1993-94 (26) --2009-10 (3) 1977-78 (2) 1974-75 (2) 1948-49 (1) 1975-76 (3) 2009-10 (6) 1986-87 (1) 2004-05 (1) 1992-93 (6) --1981-82 (1) --1966-67 (7) 2008-09 (31) --2009-10 (4) 1986-87 (1) 1990-91 (3) 2005-06 (1) --1945-46 (1) 1998-99 (1) 1998-99 (1) 1997-98 (6) 1968-69 (1) --1999-00 (1) --1957-58 (3) 1993-94 (3) 2008-09 (7) ----1971-72 (1) ----1987-88 (4) 1976-77 (8) 2004-05 (1) 1955-56 (1) 2005-06 (1) 2006-07 (1) --1983-84 (1) 1922-23 (1) 1975-76 (1) --2009-10 (4) 2008-09 (4) 1998-99 (1) --1994-95 (10) 2006-07 (9) 1956-57 (1) 1950-51 (1) 1950-51 (1) 1999-00 (1) 1965-66 (1) 1986-87 (1) --1929-30 (1) 1995-96 (9) --1950-51 (3) ----1973-74 (1)

Last Opp. W --2009-10 (5) --------2009-10 (6) 1990-91 (12) 2004-05 (1) --------1973-74 (4) 2008-09 (3) --2005-06 (1) --1973-74 (1) --1964-65 (1) 1977-78 (7) 1984-85 (4) 2007-08 (1) 2008-09 (4) 1986-87 (5) 1982-83 (1)

1981-82 (1) 1981-82 (4) --1994-95 (1) 1996-97 (4) 1965-66 (2) 1956-57 (1) --2003-04 (1) 1932-33 (2) 1987-88 (9) 2009-10 (8) 1980-81 (1) 2004-05 (1) 1979-80 (3) 1978-79 (3) 1984-85 (5) --1979-80 (18) 1979-80 (1) 1954-55 (3) 2009-10 (7) 2005-06 (1) 2007-08 (1) --1974-75 (2) 1974-75 (3) 1957-58 (1) 2008-09 (2) 2009-10 (15) --1958-59 (1) 1994-95 (5) 2009-10 (6) --------1927-28 (3) 1953-54 (3) 1931-32 (1) 1934-35 (3) 2002-03 (17) 1923-24 (1) 1949-50 (2) 1963-64 (1) 1999-00 (1) ---

2010-11 regular season opponents in bold Number in parentheses denotes longest series win/loss streaks

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Coaching Records/NCAA History All-Time Coaching Records

Saint Michael’s was the first NCAA Division II program in New England to win 900 games in its history after a 96-82 win against Stonehill College at the Ross Sports Center on Jan. 12, 2000. The Purple Knights earned win #1,000 versus Dowling College on Nov. 17, 2007, at the Ross Sports Center (90-71). Head Coach Barry Branon Joseph Mullaney Bennie Borgmann George “Doc” Jacobs Edward Markey Tom Crowley William Hammond Jim Casciano Walter Baumann Tom O’Shea Phillip Ryan Owen Murphy Arch Petras Stephen Antrim Rev. Ralph Linnehan Doc Lawlor Robert Carr Barry Parkhill Leo Croteau Jonathan Dasher 20 Coaches

Seasons (years) 1949-52 (3) 1921-22 (1) 1948-49 (1) 1947-48/1952-63 (12) 1963-72 (9) 1990-97 (7) 1922-23 (1) 1983-89 (6) 1972-79 (7) 1997-2010 (13) 1938-43/1945-47 (7) 1928-31 (3) 1934-38 (4) 1979-83 (4) 1920-21/1943-45 (3) 1919-20/1923-24 (2) 1931-34 (3) 1989-90 (1) 1924-25/1926-28 (3) 1925-26 (1) 90 seasons

Record Win % 44-20 .688 11-5 .688 14-7 .667 159-102 .609 134-89 .601 106-86 .552 9-8 .529 88-82 .518 91-88 .508 176-187 .485 51-59 .464 19-24 .442 26-34 .433 45-60 .429 9-16 .360 8-15 .348 16-30 .348 9-18 .333 9-33 .214 1-10 .091

1,025-973 .513

Saint Michael’s in the NCAA’s

1957

New England Championship Northeast Region Championship

SMC 80, Amherst 63 Rider 69, SMC 68

1958

New England Championship Northeast Region Championship National Quarterfinal National Semifinal National Championship

SMC 72, RPI 56 SMC 97, Adelphi 58 SMC 84, Grambling 76 SMC 78, Evansville 70 South Dakota State 74, SMC 53

1959

Northeast Region First Round Northeast Region Championship National Quarterfinal

SMC 53, Buffalo State 51 SMC 71, Le Moyne 70 Evansville 82, SMC 63

1960

Northeast Region First Round Northeast Region Championship National Quarterfinal

SMC 73, Assumption 50 SMC 99, Saint Anselm 95 Ky. Wesleyan 99, SMC 55

1965

Northeast Region First Round Northeast Region Championship National Quarterfinal National Semifinal National Third Place Game

SMC 77, Hartwick 72 SMC 83, Assumption 76 SMC 101, Akron 87 Evansville 93, SMC 70 North Dakota 94, SMC 86

1967

Northeast Region First Round New England Championship Northeast Region Championship

SMC 70, Northeastern 61 SMC 77, Assumption 68 LIU-Southampton 72, SMC 64

1973

Northeast Region First Round New England Championship New England Consolation

SMC 108, Hartford 97 Assumption 81, SMC 79 Bridgeport 93, SMC 75

1974

Northeast Region First Round Northeast Region Semifinal Northeast Region Consolation

BYE Hartford 102, SMC 93 SMC 99, Bentley 91

1987

Northeast Region First Round Northeast Region Consolation

Millersville 83, SMC 76 C.W. Post 85, SMC 72

1997

Northeast Region Quarterfinal Northeast Region Semifinal

SMC 86, Adelphi 85 (OT) Southern N.H. 101, SMC 90

1999

Northeast Region First Round Northeast Region Semifinal

SMC 87, Southern N.H. 76 Saint Rose 78, SMC 67

2001

Northeast Region First Round BYE Northeast Region Semifinal SMC 80, UMass Lowell 69 Adelphi 78, SMC 64 Northeast Region Championship 12 appearances - 37 games - 18 wins - 19 losses

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Purple Knight Honor Roll

Saint Michael’s All-Americans Player Tony Nicodemo ’59

Awarding Agency Associated Press United Press International Associated Press United Press International United Press International NABC NABC NABC Academic All-America Off the Glass Magazine NABC The Basketball Gazette DII Bulletin Street & Smith Magazine NABC Daktronics/CoSIDA

Rich Tarrant ’65 Dick Falkenbush ’67 Fran Laffin ’74 Ken Johnson ’76 Tom Hoey ’79 Joe Smoolca ’85 George Daway ’88 Greg Thomas ’90 Mark Mulvey ’97 Todd Roberts ’01

1,000 Point Club

Team Second Second First Second Fourth Second Second Second First First Hon. Mention Hon. Mention Hon. Mention Hon. Mention Second Second

Year 1958-59 1958-59 1964-65 1964-65 1966-67 1973-74 1975-76 1978-79 1984-85 1987-88 1987-88 1989-90 1996-97 1996-97 2000-01 2000-01

Retired Jersey Numbers Number 10 10 13 22 32 45 50

Player George Daway ’88 Mark Mulvey ’97 Tony Nicodemo ’59 Rich Tarrant ’65 Dick Falkenbush ’67 Fran Laffin ’74 Mark Fizulich ’97

Retired 1998 1998 1959 1965 1967 1974 2008

Purple Knights Enshrined in SMC Athletic Hall of Fame

Name John Balczuk ’76 Walter Baumann ’63 Bobo Birsky ’45 Barry Branon ’36 Jim Browne ’60 Ted Burzenski ’51 Bernie Cieplicki ’57 John Coffey ’57 Ralph Coleman ’68 Jason Curry ’95 George Daway ’88 Drew Denmead ’58 Jean Dubuc 1906 Dick Falkenbush ’67 Jim Farley ’52 Mark Fizulich ’97 Hank Gretkowski ’59 Billy Hart ’51 Ed Hemsworth ’47 John Herbert ’40* Bob Hoehl ’63 Tom Hoey ’79 George “Doc” Jacobs*

Inducted 1998 1991 1992 1990 1991 1993 1990 1988 1993 2009 1994 1996 2006 1988 1992 2006 1989 1990 2002 1987 2009 1990 1987

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Name Inducted 2007 Roger Keleher ’15 Ed Kryger ’65 2001 Fran Laffin ’74 1988 Rev. Ralph Linnehan ’21* 1987 Edward Markey ’51 1988 Salvatore “Ted” Mauro ’78 2000 Tom McKenna ’68 2008 Robert Meade ’35 1993 Rev. Francis Moriarty ’40 1999 Mark Mulvey ’97 2003 Tony Nicodemo ’59* 1987 Joe Pattison ’50 1992 Jules Pequignot ’42 1988 Todd Roberts ’01 2006 Phil Ruggiero ’35 1988 John “Jack” Slattery ’32 1998 Luke Steffens ’40 1989 Rich Tarrant ’65* 1987 Warren Tessier ’59 1991 Charlie Titus ’72 1999 Bob Toner ’74 2003 Dick Zeitler ’60 1998

* denotes charter member

Player Seasons 1. Fran Laffin 1970-74 2. George Daway 1984-88 3. Todd Roberts 1997-01 4. Rich Tarrant* 1962-65 5. Ken Johnson 1972-76 6. Mark Mulvey 1993-97 7. Geoff Card 1993-98 8. Mark Pater 1997-01 9. Mark Fizulich 1993-97 10. John Balczuk 1972-76 11. Ted Mauro 1974-78 12. Steve Bourke 1979-83 13. Brian Monahan 2004-08 14. James Sorrentine 2004-08 1964-67 15. Dick Falkenbush* 16. Brian Young 1985-89 17. Tom Hoey 1975-79 Jay Wandtke 1993-98 19. Monroe Blakes 1988-93 20. Bob Toner 1970-74 21. Brendan Mullins 2003-07 22. Brian Pannuzzo 1995-99 23. BJ Roberston 2002-06 24. Gus Gabriel 1984-88 25. Bernie Cieplicki* 1954-57 26. Tom Lemanowicz 1953-57 27. Anthony Scott 1998-02 28. Bob Millikin 1981-85 29. Eric Swiezynski 2001-05 30. Tom McKenna* 1965-68 31. Tunde Adekola 1998-02 32. Ed Kryger* 1962-65 33. Delbert Randall 2000-04 34. Hank Gretkowski* 1956-59 35. Ted Burzenski* 1948-51 36. Bill Kuchar* 1954-57 37. Tony Nicodemo* 1956-59 38. Ben Smith 2000-04 39. Gene Cizynski 1971-75 40. Juddy McDonald* 1990-93 *denotes accomplished in three-year career

Games 99 114 123 66 103 112 115 121 112 100 96 103 109 107 76 95 77 112 94 101 105 114 104 116 66 80 120 102 105 59 115 71 109 77 64 65 75 108 96 78

Points 2,005 1,893 1,816 1,762 1,733 1,700 1,651 1,621 1,612 1,569 1,548 1,452 1,451 1,433 1,431 1,330 1,317 1,317 1,288 1,282 1,263 1,207 1,192 1,139 1,138 1,118 1,098 1,097 1,074 1,069 1,067 1,060 1,046 1,043 1,039 1,037 1,022 1,016 1,004 1,001

Purple Knight Honor Roll

1,000-Point/1,000-Rebound Club Player Years Points Rebounds Ken Johnson 1972-76 1,733 1,347 Hank Gretkowski* 1956-59 1,043 1,116 *denotes accomplished in three-year career 1,000-Point/500-Assist Club Player Years Points Gus Gabriel 1984-88 1,139 George Daway 1984-88 1,893

Assists 512 502

500-Point/500-Rebound/500-Assist Club Player Years Pts Rebs Assts Brian Miles 1997-01 640 507 527

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Season Records SCORING Name 1. Rich Tarrant 2. Rich Tarrant 3. Dick Falkenbush 4. George Daway 5. Todd Roberts 6. Tom Hoey 7. Dick Falkenbush 8. Tom McKenna 9. Jim McCaffrey 10. Fran Laffin

Points 702 685 648 609 584 578 575 574 567 556

Year 1963-64 1964-65 1966-67 1986-87 2000-01 1978-79 1965-66 1967-68 1982-83 1973-74

REBOUNDING Name 1. Hank Gretkowski 2. Ed Kryger 3. Ken Johnson 4. Rich Tarrant 5. Ken Johnson 6. Bob Young 7. Ken Johnson 8. Hank Gretkowski 9. Hank Gretkowski 10. Ed Kryger

Rebs 434 381 370 357 352 347 346 343 339 318

Year 1958-59 1964-65 1972-73 1964-65 1974-75 1953-54 1975-76 1956-57 1957-58 1963-64

ASSISTS Name 1. Greg Thomas 2. Dan Nikitas 3. Gus Gabriel 4. Brian Miles 5. Greg Thomas 6. George Daway George Daway Dan Nikitas 9. Jason Curry 10. Jim McCaffrey Brendan Mullins

Assists 231 217 193 189 182 154 154 154 149 147 147

Year 1988-89 1980-81 1987-88 2000-01 1989-90 1987-88 1986-87 1981-82 1993-94 1982-83 2006-07

STEALS Name 1. Mark Fizulich 2. George Daway 3. Greg Thomas 4. George Daway 5. George Daway 6. Chase Graves Brian Miles 8. Gus Gabriel Greg Thomas 10. Mark Fizulich

Steals 80 71 70 69 67 65 65 63 63 61

Year 1994-95 1987-88 1988-89 1985-86 1986-87 2002-03 2000-01 1986-87 1989-90 1995-96

BLOCKS Name 1. Michel Bonebo 2. Michel Bonebo 3. Michel Bonebo 4. Michel Bonebo 5. Matt Jones 6. Dave MacFarlane 7. Chris Cayole 8. Keith Odums 9. Delbert Randall 10. Jeremy Dubay

Blocks 116 99 79 71 68 50 42 41 39 38

Year 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1984-85 1982-83 2006-07 1988-89 2003-04 1992-93

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Juddy McDonald ’93 holds two of the top-10 single-season three-point field goal percentage records. FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 100 field goals) Name FG% (FGM-FGA) 1. Dave MacFarlane .605 (182-301) 2. Jose Quinones .604 (142-235) 3. Tom Hoey .597 (233-390) 4. Brian Pannuzzo .594 (187-315) 5. Tyler Schilling .591 (123-208) 6. Mark Pater .577 (207-359) 7. Larry Irving .576 (125-217) 8. Geoff Card .574 (159-277) 9. Geoff Card .568 (192-338) 10. Salvatore Mauro .566 (125-221) Rich Tarrant .566 (248-438) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 75 free throws) Name FT% (FTM-FTA) 1. Mark Mulvey .870 (100-115) 2. BJ Robertson .830 (288-347) .861 (99-115) 3. Monroe Blakes 4. Mark Pater .858 (133-155) 5. John Balczuk .857 (78-91) 6. Mark Pater .846 (77-91) 7. Mark Mulvey .845 (120-142)

Greg Thomas ’90 holds the single-season assist record with 231 in 1988-89.

8. Fran Laffin .842 (144-171) 1971-72 Mark Mulvey .842 (85-101) 1994-95 Year 10. Jay Wandtke .840 (84-100) 1996-97 1982-83 1975-76 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1978-79 (min. 40 three-pointers) Name 3FG% (3M-3A) Year 1998-99 .484 (46-95) 1993-94 2009-10 1. Jason Curry .468 (51-109) 1988-89 2000-01 2. Greg Thomas .459 (84-183) 1995-96 1986-87 3. Mark Mulvey .456 (41-90) 1997-98 1995-96 4. Todd Roberts .443 (47-106) 1991-92 1996-97 5. Brent Kendall .436 (48-110) 1987-88 1974-75 6. Mike Donahue .435 (73-168) 1991-92 1963-64 7. Juddy McDonald 8. Juddy McDonald .426 (66-155) 1990-91 9. Mark Fizulich .425 (68-160) 1994-95 10. Sam Cieplicki .422 (54-128) 2009-10 Year 1995-96 bold indicates active player 2002-06 1990-91 2000-01 1975-76 1998-99 1996-97

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Career Records

SCORING Name 1. Fran Laffin 2. George Daway 3. Todd Roberts 4. Rich Tarrant* 5. Ken Johnson 6. Mark Mulvey 7. Geoff Card 8. Mark Pater 9. Mark Fizulich 10. John Balczuk

Points 2,005 1,893 1,816 1,762 1,733 1,700 1,651 1,621 1,612 1,569

Years 1970-74 1984-88 1997-01 1962-65 1972-76 1993-97 1993-98 1997-01 1993-97 1972-76

REBOUNDING Name 1. Ken Johnson 2. Hank Gretkowski* 3. Fran Laffin 4. Ed Kryger* 5. Rich Tarrant* 6. Brian Monahan 7. Michel Bonebo 8. Todd Roberts 9. Peter Cragan 10. Brian Pannuzzo

Rebs 1,347 1,116 925 899 880 869 856 815 769 730

Years 1972-76 1956-59 1970-74 1962-65 1962-65 2004-08 1986-90 1997-01 1967-70 1995-99

ASSISTS Name 1. Brian Miles 2. Jason Curry 3. Gus Gabriel 4. George Daway 5. Mark Mulvey 6. Greg Thomas+ 7. Geoff Card 8. Mark Pater 9. Dan Nikitas+ 10. Bob Millikin

Assists 527 514 512 502 414 413 407 388 371 370

Years 1997-01 1991-95 1984-88 1984-88 1993-97 1988-90 1993-98 1997-01 1980-82 1981-85

STEALS Name 1. George Daway 2. Mark Fizulich 3. Gus Gabriel 4. Brian Miles 5. Mark Pater 6. Tunde Adekola 7. Geoff Card 8. Anthony Scott 9. Todd Roberts 10. Jason Curry

Steals 245 237 207 196 188 179 170 160 158 156

Years 1984-88 1993-97 1984-88 1997-01 1997-01 1998-02 1993-98 1998-02 1997-01 1991-95

BLOCKS Name 1. Michel Bonebo 2. Delbert Randall 3. Jay Wandtke 4. Keith Odums 5. Matt Jones+ 6. Chris Cayole 7. Todd Roberts 8. Adam Johnson 9. Dave MacFarlane+ 10. Jeremy Dubay

Blocks 365 131 109 104 103 95 85 81 75 70

Years 1986-90 2000-04 1993-98 1988-92 1983-85 2003-07 1997-01 1999-03 1982-84 1991-95

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George Daway ’88 (left) and Fran Laffin ’74 combined for 3,898 career points. FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 300 field goals) Name FG% (FGM-FGA) 1. Brian Pannuzzo .575 (453-788) 2. Tom Hoey .568 (550-968) 3. Ted Mauro .545 (606-1113) 4. Geoff Card .538 (662-1231) 5. Ken Johnson .536 (646-1205) 6. Michel Bonebo .529 (397-750) Jay Wandtke .529 (501-947) 8. Mark Pater .525 (572-1089) 9. Justin Smith .524 (301-574) 10. Dick Falkenbush* .519 (509-980)

Years 1995-99 1975-79 1974-78 1993-98 1972-76 1986-90 1993-98 1997-01 1990-94 1964-67

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 175 free throws) Name FT% (FTM-FTA) 1. Mark Mulvey .852 (363-426) 2. Mark Pater .825 (357-433) 3. Jason Curry .820 (187-228) 4. BJ Robertson .809 (195-241) 5. Monroe Blakes .806 (312-387) 6. Fran Laffin .804 (525-653) 7. Tony Nicodemo* .803 (200-249) 8. Jim McCaffrey+ .802 (191-238) 9. Bob Millikin .794 (227-286) 10. John Balczuk .780 (209-268)

Years 1993-97 1997-01 1991-95 2002-06 1988-93 1970-74 1956-59 1981-83 1981-85 1972-76

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 95 three-pointers) Name 3FG% (3M-3A) Years 1. Mike Donahue .408 (109-267) 1985-89 2. Jason Curry .405 (106-262) 1991-95 3. Juddy McDonald* .404 (180-446) 1990-93 Todd Roberts ’01 held the school-record 4. Todd Roberts .402 (301-748) 1997-01 for career 3-pointers (301) until James 5. Mark Mulvey .398 (259-651) 1993-97 Sorrentine ’08 broke the record as a sen6. James Sorrentine .391 (340-869) 2004-08 ior seven years later. 7. Mark Fizulich .390 (229-588) 1993-97 8. Brent Kendall .385 (184-478) 1992-96 9. Greg Thomas+ .359 (95-265) 1988-90 bold indicates active player * denotes accomplished in three years 10. Mark Pater .355 (120-338) 1997-01 + denotes accomplished in two years

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Most Games Played, Season: 34, in 1998-99 (25-9) Fewest Games Played, Season: 10, in 1944-45 (4-6) Most Wins, Season: 27, in 2000-01 (27-4) Fewest Wins, Season: 1, in 1925-26 (1-10) 1, in 1926-27 (1-11) 1, in 1941-42 (1-14) Fewest Losses, Season: 4, in 1945-46 (9-4) 4, in 1950-51 (19-4) 4, in 1955-56 (17-4) 4, in 1966-67 (23-4) 4, in 2000-01 (27-4) Most Losses, Season: 21, in 1979-80 (5-21) 21, in 1984-85 (7-21) Highest Winning Percentage, Season: .871, in 2000-01 (27-4) Lowest Winning Percentage, Season: .192, in 1979-80 (5-21) Longest Winning Streak: 15 games, 3/11/99-1/16/01 Longest Losing Streak: 15 games, 12/12/41-2/28/42 Highest Offensive Average: 91.5, in 1966-67 (2,470 Pts/27 Gms) Lowest Offensive Average: 46.1, in 1947-48 (967 Pts/21 Gms) Lowest Defensive Average: 47.9, in 1948-49 (1,005 Pts/21 Gms) Highest Defensive Average: 91.3, in 1971-72 (2,099 Pts/23 Gms) Greatest Margin of Victory: 52 points vs. McGill (94-42), 1/12/52 Greatest Margin of Defeat: 70 points vs. Holy Cross (68-138), 12/5/70 Most Points Scored: Half - 68, second half vs. Le Moyne (95-72), 1/20/97 68, second half vs. Middlebury (102-79), 12/13/65 Game - 123 vs. Merrimack (123-105), 12/11/71 Win - 123 vs. Merrimack (123-105), 12/11/71 Loss - 110 vs. Siena (110-124), 2/25/74 Game/Two Teams - 234 (Siena 124 - SMC 110), 2/25/74 Season - 2,792, in 1998-99 (34 games) Fewest Points Scored: Half - 2, first half vs. Crescent A.C. (8-47), 12/11/24 Game - 7 vs. Saint Lawrence (7-40), 2/7/25 Win - 17 vs. Albany Law (17-12), 12/3/21 Loss - 7 vs. Saint Lawrence (7-40), 2/7/25 Game/Two Teams - 23 (Trinity, Conn. 12 - SMC 11), 12/12/24 Season - 233, in 1920-21 (15 games) Most Points Scored by Opponent: Half - 76, second half by Sacred Heart (133-90), 1/10/72 Game - 138 by Holy Cross (138-68), 12/5/70 Win - 138 by Holy Cross (138-68), 12/5/70 Loss - 106 by Siena (106-118), 1/6/73 Season - 2,550, in 1998-99 (34 games) Fewest Points Scored by Opponent: Half - 1, first half by Norwich (7-25), 2/25/21 Game - 7 by Saint Albans A.L. (7-30), 1/14/20 7 by Norwich (7-25), 2/25/21 7 by Northeastern (7-27), 12/17/21 Win - 12 by Trinity (Conn.) (12-11), 11/12/24 Loss - 7 by Saint Albans A.L. (7-30), 1/14/20 7 by Norwich (7-25), 2/25/21 7 by Northeastern (7-27), 12/17/21 Season - 263, in 1919-20 (11 games) Most Field Goals Made: Game - 50 vs. Merrimack (50-93), 1/3/73 Season - 1,031, in 1998-99 (1,031-2,160) Most Field Goals Attempted: Game - 103 vs. Norwich (40-103), 2/1/72 Season - 2,160, in 1998-99 (1,031-2,160) Highest Field Goal Percentage: Game - .722 vs. Bridgeport (39-54), 1/19/83 Season - .527, in 1982-83 (840-1,595) Most Field Goals Made by Opponent: Game - 63 by Holy Cross, 12/3/70 Season - 1,027, in 1973-74 (1,027-2,226) Most Field Goals Attempted by Opponent: Game - 97 by Siena (52-97), 2/25/74

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Season - 2,262, in 1972-73 (1,002-2,262) Highest Field Goal Percentage by Opponent: Game - .712 by Saint John Fisher (37-52), 2/24/84 Season - .505, in 1976-77 (732-1,448) .505, in 1984-85 (729-1,442) Most Free Throws Made: Game - 42 vs. North Dakota (42-51), 3/12/65 Season - 600, in 1964-65 (600-794) Most Free Throws Attempted: Game - 64 vs. Bridgeport (33-64), 1/30/54 Season - 866, in 1998-99 (532-866) Highest Free Throw Percentage: Game (10 made) - 1.000 vs. Bentley (18-18), 2/12/00 (20 made) - .926 vs. Southern N.H. (25-27), 2/9/83 (30 made) - .907 vs. Norwich (39-43), 1/13/66 Season - .762, in 1963-64 (513-673) Most Free Throws Made by Opponent: Game - 37 by Le Moyne (37-41), 2/23/98 Season - 536, in 1986-87 (536-756) Most Free Throws Attempted by Opponent: Game - 50 by Southern Connecticut (35-50), 2/19/05 Season - 792, in 1985-86 (532-792) Highest Free Throw Percentage by Opponent: Game (10 made) - .952 by Maine (20-21), 1/26/83 (30 made) - .902 by Le Moyne (37-41), 2/23/98 Season - .747, in 2004-05 (404-541) Most Three-Point Field Goals Made: Game - 19 vs. Southern N.H. (19-30), 1/25/01 Season - 272, in 2006-07 (272-731) Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted: Game - 38 at Pace (15-38), 2/16/08 Season - 731, in 2006-07 (272-731) Highest Three-Point Field Goal Percentage: Game (5 made) - .857 vs. Southern N.H. (6-7), 1/9/88 (10 made) - .765 vs. Bryant (13-17), 2/12/92 Season - .405, in 1987-88 (113-279) Most Three-Point Field Goals Made by Opponent: Game - 17 by Stonehill (17-34), 12/1/90 Season - 246, in 1999-2000 (246-656) Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted by Opponent: Game - 44 by Pace (15-44), 1/19/00 Season - 656, in 1999-2000 (246-656) Highest Three-Point Field Goal Percentage by Opponent: Game (5 made) - .778 by Le Moyne (7-9), 1/17/87 (10 made) - .714 by Merrimack (10-14), 1/6/98 Season - .412, in 1988-89 (136-330) Most Rebounds: Game - 71 vs. Colby, 2/6/65 Season - 1,596, in 1964-65 Most Rebounds by Opponent: Game - 74 by Siena, 1/26/72 Season - 1,291, in 1966-67 Most Assists: Game - 36 vs. LIU-Southampton, 12/12/98 Season - 629, in 1988-89 Most Assists by Opponent: Game - 36 by Assumption, 1/15/92 Season - 526, in 1988-89 Most Blocks: Game - 14 vs. Merrimack, 1/23/99 Season - 190, in 1988-89 Most Blocks by Opponent: Game - 16 by Bridgeport, 1/14/85 Season - 110, in 1990-91 Most Steals: Game - 23 vs. UMass Boston, 11/22/85 Season - 364, in 1998-99 Most Steals by Opponent: Game - 20 by Boston College, 11/28/82 Season - 290, in 1998-99

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Most Points Scored: Game - 51, Dick Falkenbush vs. Hartwick, 2/26/67 Season - 701, Rich Tarrant, 1963-64 Season (Rookie) - 481, Greg Thomas (Jr.), 1988-89 Season (Freshman) - 430, Mark Fizulich, 1993-94 Career - 2,005, Fran Laffin, 1970-74 Most Points Per Game: Season - 28.0, Rich Tarrant (701 Pts/25 Gms), 1963-64 Season (Rookie) - 19.1, Robert Tetreault (Jr.) (440 Pts/23 Gms), 1970-71 Season (Freshman) - 18.9, Fran Laffin (398 Pts/21 Gms), 1970-71 Career - 25.2, Rich Tarrant (1,762 Pts/70 Gms), 1962-65 Most Field Goals Made: Game - 21, Dick Falkenbush (21-27) vs. Hartwick, 2/26/67 Season - 252, Rich Tarrant (252-483), 1964-65 Career - 740, Fran Laffin (740-1,499), 1970-74 740, George Daway (740-1,568), 1984-88 Most Field Goals Attempted: Game - 31, Rich Tarrant (17-31) vs. Holy Cross, 12/19/64 Season - 502, Ted Burzenski (169-502), 1949-50 Career - 1,568, George Daway (740-1,568), 1984-88 Highest Field Goal Percentage: Game (10 made) 1.000, Tyler Schilling (10-10) vs. Dominican (N.Y.) @ Pace Holiday Classic, 12/28/09 1.000, Jerry Mizerak (10-10) vs. North Adams St. @ Rutland, Vt., 12/19/81 Season (100 made) - .605, Dave MacFarlane (182-301), 1982-83 (200 made) - .597, Tom Hoey (233-390), 1978-79 Career - .575, Brian Pannuzzo (453-788), 1995-99 Most Free Throws Made: Game - 21, Rich Tarrant (21-25) vs. Loyola (Md.), 12/28/63 21, Dick Falkenbush (21-23) vs. Norwich, 1/13/66 Season - 205, Rich Tarrant (205-261), 1963-64 Career - 525, Fran Laffin (525-653), 1970-74 Most Free Throws Attempted: Game - 25, Rich Tarrant (21-25) vs. Loyola (Md.), 12/28/63 Season - 261, Rich Tarrant (205-261), 1963-64 Career - 653, Fran Laffin (525-653), 1970-74 Highest Free Throw Percentage: Game (10 made) 1.000, BJ Robertson (13-13) vs. Southern N.H., 1/10/06 1.000, BJ Robertson (12-12) vs. Southern Conn., 2/18/06 1.000, Jim McCaffrey (10-10) vs. Southern N.H., 1/12/82 1.000, Jim McCaffrey (10-10) vs. Southern N.H., 2/9/83 1.000, Jay Wandtke (10-10) vs. East Stroudsburg, 12/1/95 1.000, Mark Mulvey (10-10) vs. Merrimack, 2/3/96 1.000, Mark Pater (10-10) vs. Merrimack, 1/18/01 (20 made) .913, Dick Falkenbush (21-23) vs. Norwich, 1/13/66 Season - .870, Mark Mulvey (100-115), 1995-96 Career - .852, Mark Mulvey (363-426), 1993-97 Most Consecutive Free Throws: 33, John Rao - during the first 13 games of the 1976-77 season Most Three-Point Field Goals Made: Game - 10, James Sorrentine (10-15) vs. Pace (12/10/05) Season - 97, James Sorrentine (97-242), 2004-05 Career - 340, James Sorrentine (340-869), 2004-08 Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted:

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Individual Records

Game - 16, James Sorrentine (8-16) vs. Assumption, 2/8/05 Season - 242, James Sorrentine (97-242), 2004-05 Career - 869, James Sorrentine (340-869), 2004-08 Highest Three-Point Field Goal Percentage: Game (4 made) 1.000, Brent Kendall (4-4) vs. Quinnipiac, 1/30/93 1.000, Todd Roberts (4-4) vs. Le Moyne, 2/23/98 1.000, Ben Smith (4-4) vs. Southern N.H., 1/25/01 Season - .484, Jason Curry (46-95), 1993-94 Career (100 made) - .408, Mike Donahue (109-267), 1985-89 (200 made) - .403, Todd Roberts (301-748), 1997-2001 Most Rebounds: Game - 29, Bob Young vs. Saint Lawrence, 12/12/53 29, Bob Young vs. Vermont, 1/3/54 29, Bob Young vs. Middlebury, 1/18/54 Season - 434, Hank Gretkowski, 1958-59 Career - 1,347, Ken Johnson, 1972-76 Most Rebounds Per Game: Season - 21.7, Bob Young (347 Rebs/16 Gms), 1953-54 Career - 14.5, Hank Gretkowski (1,116 Rebs/70 Gms), 1956-59 Most Assists: Game - 17, Ed Kryger vs. Adelphi, 1/5/65 Season - 231, Greg Thomas, 1988-89 Season (Freshman) - 132, Chase Graves, 2002-03 Career - 527, Brian Miles, 1997-2001 Most Blocks: Game - 10, Michel Bonebo vs. Merrimack, 3/1/90 Season - 116, Michel Bonebo, 1989-90 Career - 365*, Michel Bonebo, 1986-90 * would be New England Division II record, but blocks not added to NCAA record book until 1992-93. Most Steals: Game - 9, Chase Graves vs. Green Mountain, 2/17/03 Season - 80, Mark Fizulich, 1994-95 Career - 245, George Daway, 1984-88

Brian Miles ’01 recorded 527 assists in his four-year career, the most in program history.

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All-Time Roster A

54 Donahue, Mike 86-87-88-89 Hannon, James 94-95-96-97-98C Donovan, John 52 Hart Carey, Craig 07-08C Dooley, James 64-65-66 Hart, Charles Carmody, Frank 26 Doyle, "Biddie" 25 Hart, William Carr, Michael 51-52-53 Doyle, Robert 29 Haskell, Mont Carrigan, John 33 Dubay, Jeremy 92-93-94C-95C Hawver, Walter Carugan, Mark 77-78 Duffy, Bryan 88-89-90-91C Healy, Pat Casey, Francis "Red" 32 Duffy, Robert 50-51-52 Heekin, Alfred Cashman, John 29 Dunn, "Red" 29 Hemsworth, Edward Cayole, Chris 04-05-06-07 Dunn, Thomas 88-89-90 Henderson, Derek Cerrato, Fred 61-62-63C Dupuis, Ronald 31 Herbert, John "Pro" Herman, Roger Chaffin, Donald 69-70 B E Hernandez, Miguel Chandler, Jared 00-01-03 Balczuk, John 73-74-75-76C Chaplick, Alexander 79-80 Hickey, Edwin "Jay" 26 Eady, Darryl Baldini, Al 60-61C-62C Chepaitis, Stanley 90-91-92-94 Hickey, Michael 38-39-40 Earl, Shawn Ballou, Robert 42 Chmielowicz, Stanley Hilker, James 46 Balzano, Michael 70-71-72C Christensen, Dag F Hinton, Greg 99 Barry, George 51-52-53C Cieplicki, Bernard H. 89-90 Hoehl, Robert 54-55-56C-57C Fagan, Brian Baumann, Walter 61-62-63C Cieplicki, Kevin 71-72-73-74 Hoehl, Tad 77-78 Fagan, Gary Bazinet, George 60 Cieplicki, Sam 65-66-67C Hoey, Thomas 09-10 Falkenbush, Richard Belanger, Anthony 60-61 Cioffi, Anthony 20 Holland, Daniel 31-32 Fallon, Francis Bellcourt, Walter 54 Cizynski, Eugene "Gene" 22 Holley 72-73-74-75C Falvey Bernard, Joseph 46 Clark, James 69-70 Holton Jr., Michael 36-37-38C-39C Fanta, John Bernard, Lucian 46 Clarke 50-51-52 Horne, Nick 20-21 Farley, James Berthiaume, Alex 09-10 Cody, James "Jay" 37 Horner, Brian 68-69-70C Fayette, Phil Bierwirth, David 90-91-92-93 Coffey, Carl 43-45 Hurley, Chris 43-46-47-48C Fennell, Joseph Birr, Nate 08-09-10C-11C Coffey, Frederick 45-46 Hurley, Edward "Red" 37-39-40-41C Filpi, Vincent Birsky, Boleslof "Bobo" 43-45C Coffey, John "Jack" 49 Hutzley, Jason 54-55 Fioroni, Angelo Blakes, Monroe 89-91-92C-93 Coleman, Ralph 49-50 66-67-68 Fitzgerald, Dan Blanco, Joseph 78-80 Conboy, Jim I 53 47-48 Fitzgerald, Fred Bogiages, Chris 53-54 Conlin 60-61-62 Iola, Mike 22 Fitzgerald, James Boiselle, Clyde 25 Connally, Edward 46 Irving, Larry 27-28C-29-30 Fitzgerald, Thomas Bolin, Warren 46 Connelly, Dan 40-41-42-43C 63-64 Fitzgibbon, John "Jack" Bolster, Robert 53-54C-55 Connery, Francis J 23 32 Fitzgibbons, F. Bonebo, Michel 87-88-89-90 Connor, James 48 Jachym, John 27 Fitzgibbons, Frank Booth, Keith 85 Connor, Joseph 22 Jackson, Joseph 83 Fitzsimmons Boucher, Bill 26 Connor, Thomas 94-95-96-97 Jalet 28-29 Fizulich, Mark Bourke, Steven 80-81-82-83 Connors, Charles 00 Janis, Chet 40-41 Flaherty, John Bozek, Emile 33-34 Coppola, David 45-46 Johnson, Adam 77-78 Flanagan, John "Jack" Bradley, Lonnie 99-00 Corbett, John 25 Johnson, Kenneth 47-48 Flannery, "Patsy" Brady, John 39 Corcoran, James 97 Joly, Lee 32-33 Flemming, Jason Brandstetter, Sebastian 08-09-10-11C Cornelia, Michael 29 Jones, Don 84 Foley, Eddie Branon, Barry 33-34-35-36C Couture, Armand 22 Jones, Kevin 26-28 Free, Frank Branon, Charles 46 Couture, Bernard Jones, Matt 59 Bransfield, William 48 Cragan, Peter G Joyce, Robert 68-69-70C Brennan, Joseph 43-46-47-48 Cronauer, John 85-86-87-88C Juall, Kenneth 45 Gabriel, Gus Brennan, Michael 69-70 Cronin, John 53 Jukoski, John 48 Garland, Ray Brooks, William 69-70-71C Cronin, Thomas 22 37-38 Garvin, James Brouillette, Robert 52 Crosbie, Bill K 22-23-24 32-33 Garvin, John Brown 24 Cross, Reginald 25 Kacprowicz, Richard 29 Gassette, "Chief" Brown, Danny 47 Croteau, Leo 34 Kasparovich, Bernard 20-21-22-23 Gasson, Louis Brown, J.B. 85-86-87-88 Crotty, Paul 34 Kateley, Robert 52-53 George, Elwin Brown, Troy 89-90-91-92 Cullom, George 70-71-72 Kazalonis, Vincent 33 Gestwicki, James Brown, Wally 27 Culpo, Paul 24 Kearney, David 90-91 Gilligan Browne, John "Jim" 58-59-60 Cummins, William 79 Keating, Michael 63-64-65 Giordano, Kevin Brunton, Joseph 50 Curry, Jason 66-67-68C Keefe, John 92-93-94C-95C Gleason, David Buckley, Dave 33 Glubiak, William 79-80 Keefe, Paul Burke, Danny 31 D Gonzalez, John 96-97-98-99C Keeley, William Burke, Joseph 34-35-36-37C Dale, Mark 87-88 Gorman, Dwyer 28 Keelty, Richard Burtis, Ted 58 Daniel, Warren 97-98-99-00C Granato, Steve 80 Kelly, Chris Burzenski, Theodore 49-50-51 Davine, Edward 38-39 Graves, Chase 03-04-05 Kelly, M. Bushel, Rod 62 Davis, Adrian 93 Gregory, Benjamin 00 Kendall, Brent Butler, John 71-72-73 Daway, George 85-86-87-88C Gregory, Christopher 74-75 Kenney, Joseph Buxton, Michael 02 Dean, John 47-48-49C Gretkowski, Henry "Hank" 57-58-59C King Byrne, Kevin 77-78-79-80 Deitz, Jim 85-86-87-88 Griffin, Jack 42 King, George Delaney, H. 22-23C-24C Gustavis, Leo 33-34 King, Marty C Denmead, Drew 56-57-58C Guter, Stephen 40-41-47C-48 Kingston, Steve Cahoon, Patrick 98 Devine, Melvin 31 Klein, Owen Cain, Francis 42-43 Devine, Gerard H 91-92-93-94 Knobloch, Hank Caldwell, Hugh 54 Diduch, Michael 47 Knutty, Derek 39 Hackett, Johnny Calkins, Garrett 07-08-09-10 Dietrich, Kyle 46 Kosulek, Everet 02-03-04-05C Hackett, Robert Callaghan, James 49 Dineen 34 Krupinsky, Ed 30 Hahnle, Robert Callahan 35 Dineen, Daniel 76-77-78C-79C Kruse, George 33 Halacki, Derrick Camire, Russ 53-54 Dionne, Ernie 20-21C-22C Kryger, Edmund 27 Hale, Frank Capilla, Livio 67-68 Doherty, Steve 73-74-75-76 Kryger, Robert 99 Hall, Robert Adekola, Olatunde Aker, John Akey, Don Akey, John Akey, Kenneth Alston, Michael Amedu, Kareen Anderson, Mark Atchinson, Keith Aumand, Paul

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Caprio, Robert Card, Geoff

32 21 60-61 49 33 40 84 36-37 42-43-47 96-97-98-99C 37-38-39-40C 66 02 28 69 77-78 80 61-62-63 98 76-77-78-79C 45 33 11 87 94-95-96 08-09-10-11C 36-37 84 06-07-08-09C 86-87C 62-63-64C 95-96 25-26 33 00-01-02-03C 73-74-75-76C 33 62 80 84-85 66-67-68C 65 34 65 47-48 50-51-52 64 45 03-04-05C 32 82-83 34-35 61-62-63 53 26 93-94-95-96 85-86-87-88 21 69 62-63-64C 27 27-28 59-60 10-11 38 49-50 49-50 63-64-65C 65-66-67

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All-Time Roster Kuchar, William Kutny, James

55-56-57 McNeil, Joseph 41-42 74-75 Meade, J. "Gerald" 23 Meade, Robert 32-33-34-35C L Meagher, S. 26 Laffin, Francis 71-72-73C-74C Melville 30 LaFrank, Michael 40 Mercier, Herman 32 Lagor, Joseph 45 Miles, Brian 98-99-00C-01C Lanchantin, John 72-73-74-75C Miles, Howard 33 Landers, John "Red" 36-37-38-39 Miller 33 Lanteri, Gerard "Gerry" 74-75-76 Millikin, Robert 82-83-84-85C Lapan, Walter 32 Mirkovic, Milos 06-07 Laramie, Clark 36-37-39 Mizerak, Jerry 80-81-82-83C Leary, William 45 Monahan, Brian 05-06-07-08C Leddy, Bernard 29 Moran, Bernard 46 Lefemine, Vito 40 Moriarty, Francis 37-38-39-40 Legault, Theodore 21 Morris, Raphael "Willie" 36-37-38-39 Lemanowicz, Thomas 54-55-56-57 Mracek, David 57-58-59 Lenney, John 34 Mulhern, Dan 89-90 Leong, Brendan 99 Mullen, Chris 68 Leuchten, William 53-54 Mullen, Jim "Jay" 84 Linnehan, Ralph 20C-21 (Coach) Mullins, Brendan 04-05-06-07C Linnehan, Robert 41-42-43 Mulvaney, J. 26 Loconto, Ralph 67 Mulvey, Mark 94-95-96C-97C Loeffler, William 55-56 Murphy, Owen 21-22-23 Lovett, Thomas 52 Murphy, Robert 51-52-53 Lynch, Ed "Red" 42 Murray, Darryl 77 Lynch, Edward 27-28-29 Myers, Joseph 73-74-75-76C Lynch, Ted 47-48 N Lyons, Daniel 21 Natoli, Matt 11 M Navin, Richard 66-67-68 MacDonald, C. 23 Newman, Dennis 91 MacDonald, Tim 90-91-92-93C Nicodemo, Anthony 57-58-59C MacDonald, Victor 23 Nikitas, Chris 81-82 MacFarlane, Dave 83-84 Nikitas, Dan 81C-82C Madigan, Leo 28 Noel, Charles 32-33-34 Mahoney, John "Jack" 28-29-30-31 Nolan, Ed 51 Mailliard, Don 83-84-85-86C Noonan, William 55 Malloy 46 Norelli 21 Malone, Robert 40-41-42 O Maloney, Ryan 04-05-06-07 70-71-72 Mancini 21 Obbagy, Thomas 41 Mandel, Michael 80-81-82-83 O'Brien, Daniel 27-28-29C-30 Mandleur, Dave 92-93-94-95 O'Brien, Hugh 30 Mangan 24 O'Brien, Tom 38 Mangaroo, Novelle 88-90 O'Connor, John 25 Marceau, Louis 45 O'Connor, Michael "Hookie" 49-50 Markey, Edward P. 49-50-51 O'Doherty, Pat 48 Maroney 24 O'Donnell, Jim 89-90-91-92 Martin, Derron 01 Odums, Keith 26 Martin, Peter 46 O'Herin, M. 20 Mauriello, Gregory 75 O'Kane 95-96-97-98C Mauro, Salvatore "Ted" 75-76-77-78C Okosi, Alex 79-80-81-82 May, Joel 81-83 Olivieri, Michael 58 Maynes, Harold 31-32 Orlando, Art 45-46C McAlpine, Patrick 24-25C O'Rourke, Daniel 42-43-46 McCaffrey, Frank 56-57-58 O'Rourke, John 58 McCaffrey, Jim 82-83 O'Rourke, Thomas 56 McCarthy, Dan 50-51 O'Sullivan, Daniel 61 McCarthy, Dennis 59 O'Sullivan, Joseph McDonald 21 P McDonald, Justin "Juddy" 91-92-93 69 McDonald, Shane 79 Pagnotta, Thomas 96-97-98-99C McDonnell, Ed 62-63 Pannuzzo, Brian 21 McGinn, Pat 81 Papineau, Leo 43 McGlynn, John 32-33-34-35 Passabet, George 98-99-00C-01C McGough, John 59 Pater, Mark 42-47 McGovern, Joseph 29 Pattison, Joseph 70-71-72 McGovern, Philip 79 Pattison, William 34 McGowan, James 30-31 Peavey, Earle 39-40-41-42C McInerney, "Red" 25 Pequignot, Jules 35 McKee, Michael 69 Perreault, Victor 24-25-26C-27C McKenna, Thomas 66-67-68 Perrotta, Louis 26 McLeod, Charles 79 Petras, Archie 77-80-81 McManus, Brendan 06 Peys, James 00-01 McNall, Jim 86-87 Philbrick, Douglas

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Stratford, Matt Streb, Marc Stryhas, Bruce Sullivan, Tom Sullivan, William Sweeney, Robert Swiezynski, Eric Swords, Robert

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24 T 54 63-64-65 Taber, Denny 01-02-03 97 Tardio, Justin 63-64-65C 76 Tarrant, Richard Taylor, Philip 64 R Tessier, Charles 26 Randall, Delbert 01-02-03-04C Tessier, Warren 57-58 Rao, John 76-77-78-79C Teter, Dan 95-96 Ray, Tony 83-84-85 Tetreault, Robert 71-72C Reddan, John 59-60-61 Thomas, Greg 89C-90C Reed, Rob 84 Tierney, Bill 47-48 Regan, Thomas "Tim" 68 Tierney, James 25 Reid, Charlie 36 Tierney, John 30-31-32C-33C Reiser, John 11 Tilton, Stephen 65 Renaud, Raoul "Rene" 43-45 Titus, Charlie 70-71-72 Reynolds, Francis 30-31-32 Toner, Robert 71-72-73C-74C Riley, James "Bud" 41 Tracey, Murray 34 Roberts, Milton 27-29 Trenti, Robert 67 Roberts, Todd 98-99-00-01C Tupper, Doug 32 Robertson, Byron "B.J." 03-04-05-06C Tyl, Leonard 47 Rodrigues, Ryan 07-08 W Rothermel, Jaye “Will” 04-05 36-37-38-39 Rounds, Robert 45 Wallin, Walter 49 Roy, Robert "Pete" 52-53-54 Walsh, Jack 94-96-97-98C Rubalcaba, David 77 Wandtke, Jay 10-11 Ruggiero, Phillip 32-33-34C-35C Ward, Tom 10-11 Rung, Dick 56 Warech, Travis 86-87-88-89 Rupprecht, Francis 26 Watkins, Darrel 58 Russell, John "Jack" 68-69-70C Watson, Joseph 79-80-81-82 Russell, Ronald 46-47-48 Way, Nelson 54-55-56-57 Russo, Frank 78-80-81 Wegrzynski, John Welch, Edward 46 S Welsh, Lawrence 28-29 St. Peter, Ralph 57-58-59 Welz, Bernard 35 Schade, Martin 71-72 Whalen, Pat 26 Schilling, Tyler 09-10C-11 White, Chris 06-07-08-09 Schlegel, John 61 White, Ray 73 Schuyler, Ray 84 Wickles, Mark 75 Scott, Anthony 99-00-01-02C Wier, Al 59-60 Scully, Harry 47 Wilkins 20-21 Sears, James "Wicky" 30-31 Witcher, William 00-01-02-03 Shannon, James 32 Witte, Henry 51-52-53 Shea, "Bunnie" 25 Wood, Joseph 27 Shea, Daniel 36 Y Shea, Harold "Skip" 28-29-30 38 Sherard, Alexis 90-91-92-93C Yandow, Gerald 47-48 Sheridan, Rodney 86-87-88-88 Yankowski, Stan 86-87-88-89C Shungu, Gael 09-10 Young, Brian 53-54-55 Simmons, Jim "Ed" 35-36 Young, Robert Slattery, John "Jack" 29-30C-31C Z Smith, Benjamin 01-02-03-04C 58 Smith, James 85 Zeitler, Richard 49-50 Smith, Justin 91-92-93-94C Ziter, Michael 06-07-08-09 Smoolca, Joseph 84-85C Zylstra, Jon Snouffer, William 77-78 Sorrentine, James 05-06-07-08C NOTE: If you know of an omitted player, Spaulding, Aaron 03-04-05-06 please contact Sports Information Director Spreer, Dick 53-54-55 Seth Cole at 802.654.2537. For most of the Spychalsky, Joseph 56-57-58 1920s, the roster might be partially inaccuStagner, Joseph 61 rate or incomplete. The 1943-44 squad was Stanley, Ned 35 a club team that played high schools and Stannard, Henry "Hank" 40-41 local independent clubs. Stapleton, Paul 50-51-52 Stapleton, Robert 73 Steffens, Donald "Luke" 37-38-40 Stopyra, Theodore 45-46C Stratford, Bernard 70-71 Quinn Quinn, Brian Quinn, Kevin Quinones, Jose

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Year-By-Year Results 2009-10 (9-17, 5-17 NE-10) Coach: Tom O’Shea Captains: Nate Birr, Tyler Schilling 11/18 UMass Lowell* L, 67-52 11/20 Chestnut Hill@ W, 81-53 11/21 Concordia (N.Y.)@ W, 57-51 11/24 Franklin Pierce* W, 92-86 11/29 Stonehill* L, 77-59 12/2 at Southern N.H.* L, 73-55 12/5 Merrimack* L, 80-56 12/8 at Saint Anselm* L, 80-68 12/28 vs. Dominican& W, 68-65 12/29 vs. Molloy& W, 77-76 1/2 at Bentley* L, 82-69 1/6 at Saint Rose* L, 80-77 (ot) 1/9 Le Moyne* L, 75-67 1/12 at Southern Conn.* W, 78-76 1/16 Pace* W, 63-48 1/20 New Haven* W, 72-66 1/23 at Assumption* L, 77-60 1/26 American Intl.* L, 64-57 1/30 at Adelphi* L, 68-48 2/3 at UMass Lowell* L, 85-82 (ot) 2/6 Bentley* W, 60-51 2/9 at Franklin Pierce* L, 79-72 2/13 at Stonehill* L, 76-61 2/17 Southern N.H.* L, 83-80 (ot) 2/20 at Merrimack* L, 94-77 2/24 Saint Anselm* L, 80-68 * NE-10 contest @ Doubletree Doc Jacobs Classic & Pace Holiday Tournament

2008-09 (10-15, 7-15 NE-10) Coach: Tom O’Shea Captain: Mike Iola 11/15 Norwich@ W, 78-40 11/16 Bloomsburg@ W, 65-62 11/19 Southern Connecticut* W, 81-73 11/22 at American Intl.* L, 70-58 11/25 Assumption* W, 56-52 11/30 at New Haven* L, 62-52 12/3 Southern N.H.* W, 81-78 (ot) 12/6 at Saint Rose* L, 77-71 12/13 at Le Moyne* L, 82-61 1/3 at UMass Lowell* L, 83-47 1/6 Franklin Pierce* L, 63-54 1/8 at Bentley* L, 101-64 1/10 Merrimack* L, 71-58 1/14 at Stonehill* L, 71-46 1/20 Saint Anselm* W, 77-65 1/24 New Haven* L, 58-52 (ot) 1/29 at Assumption* L, 76-60 1/31 American Intl.* W, 68-60 2/4 Saint Rose* L, 70-52 2/8 at Pace* L, 72-65 (ot) 2/10 at Southern Conn.* L, 65-64 (ot) 2/16 at Concordia (N.Y.) W, 58-55 2/18 Le Moyne* L, 86-65 2/21 at Saint Anselm* W, 75-71 2/23 Pace* W, 54-53 *NE-10 Contest @ Doubletree Doc Jacobs Classic 2007-08 (8-18, 6-16 NE-10) Coach: Tom O’Shea Captains: Craig Carey, Brian Monahan, James Sorrentine 11/16 Mercy@ W, 82-70 11/17 Dowling@ W, 90-71 11/20 at UMass Lowell* W, 72-64 11/25 Pace* W, 93-86 11/28 Merrimack* L, 92-90 12/1 at Southern Connecticut* W, 85-79 12/4 American Intl.* W, 68-60 12/8 at Le Moyne* L, 87-65 12/16 vs. Ohio Valley! L, 86-78 12/17 vs. Salem International! L, 89-78 12/19 at Saint Rose* L, 86-68 1/5 at Stonehill* L, 91-83 (2ot)

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1/10 at Assumption* L, 84-60 1/12 Saint Anselm* L, 75-71 1/16 at Merrimack* L, 84-75 1/19 UMass Lowell* L, 83-64 1/26 at American Intl* L, 71-67 1/30 Le Moyne* L, 76-72 (ot) 2/2 Saint Rose* L, 82-77 2/5 at Bentley* L, 78-46 2/9 Southern Connecticut* W, 58-54 2/13 at Bryant* L, 78-56 2/16 at Pace* L, 83-69 2/19 Franklin Pierce* L, 74-71 2/23 Bentley* L, 85-65 2/26 Southern N.H.* W, 86-78 * NE-10 contest @ DoubleTree Doc Jacobs Classic ! Laker Invitational (Erie, Pa.)

2006-07 (16-13, 12-10 NE-10) Coach: Tom O’Shea Captain: Brendan Mullins 11/17 Franklin Pierce@ L, 74-63 11/19 New Haven@ W, 91-79 11/21 UMass-Lowell* W, 78-75 11/26 at Pace* W, 76-75 11/29 at Merrimack* W, 88-79 12/2 Southern Connecticut* W, 94-82 12/5 at American Int’l* L, 66-60 12/9 Le Moyne* W, 75-73 12/17 at Bentley* L, 78-74 12/20 Saint Rose* L, 73-60 12/29 Adelphi& W, 79-78 (ot) 12/30 Felician& L, 90-83 1/3 at Southern NH* W, 71-66 (ot) 1/6 Stonehill* W, 92-76 1/8 at St. Thomas Aquinas W, 81-60 1/11 Assumption* W, 87-76 1/13 at Saint Anselm* L, 80-64 1/17 Merrimack* W, 67-62 1/20 at UMass-Lowell* W, 69-65 1/27 American Int’l* L, 76-75 1/31 at Le Moyne* L, 86-75 2/3 at Saint Rose* L, 77-64 2/6 Bentley* L, 83-59 2/10 at Southern Connecticut* L, 77-75 2/14 Bryant* W, 74-68 2/17 Pace* W, 91-72 2/20 at Franklin Pierce* L, 86-83 2/24 Assumption*+ W, 68-60 2/26 at Saint Rose*% L, 76-62 *NE-10 Contest @ Doubletree Doc Jacobs Classic & Pace Holiday Tournament +NE-10 First Round % NE-10 Quarterfinals

2/4 at Le Moyne* L, 68-55 2/7 at Assumption* L, 91-84 2/11 AIC* L, 79-69 2/15 at Bryant* L, 88-77 2/18 Southern Conn.* W, 93-81 (ot) 2/21 at Saint Rose* W, 73-67 * NE-10 contest @ DoubleTree Doc Jacobs Classic ^ West Chester (Pa.) Univ. Tournament 2004-05 (7-20, 4-18 NE-10) Coach: Tom O’Shea Captains: Kyle Dietrich, Mike Keating, Eric Swiezynski 11/15 at Davis & Elkins W, 108-87 11/19 UMass Boston@ W, 97-92 11/20 NJIT@ W, 82-72 11/26 vs. Saint Cloud! L, 87-62 11/27 at Minn.-Duluth! L, 81-68 12/1 at Bentley* L, 95-70 12/4 Merrimack* L, 99-84 12/7 Saint Anselm* L, 81-68 12/11 at Pace* L, 83-77 12/19 Stonehill* L, 85-81 1/3 at Le Moyne* W, 82-69 1/6 at UMass Lowell* L, 84-61 1/8 Franklin Pierce* W, 80-73 1/11 at Southern N.H.* L, 87-78 1/15 at Stonehill* L, 83-64 1/17 Bentley* L, 84-79 1/20 at Merrimack* L, 91-78 1/22 UMass Lowell* L, 84-70 1/25 at Franklin Pierce* L, 83-67 1/27 Southern N.H.* L, 71-65 1/29 at Saint Anselm* L, 87-67 2/5 Le Moyne* W, 86-84 (2ot) 2/8 Assumption* W, 89-84 2/12 at AIC* L, 71-69 (ot) 2/16 Bryant* L, 96-64 2/19 at Southern Conn.* L, 84-74 2/22 Saint Rose* L, 85-77 * NE-10 contest @ Clarion Doc Jacobs Classic ! American Family Insurance Classic 2003-04 (8-18, 5-17 NE-10) Coach: Tom O’Shea Captains: Delbert Randall, Ben Smith 11/21 Felician@ W, 96-67 11/22 Green Mountain@ W, 103-89 11/25 at Southern Conn.* L, 65-62 11/30 AIC* L, 71-68 12/3 at Assumption* L, 90-74 12/6 Bryant* L, 81-63 12/9 at Southern N.H.* L, 79-58 12/13 Saint Rose* W, 92-86 12/29 vs. Mansfield! W, 94-85 12/30 at Rollins! L, 85-74 1/3 UMass Lowell* L, 77-74 1/6 at Franklin Pierce* L, 82-74 1/8 Bentley* L, 79-76 1/10 at Merrimack* L, 90-67 1/14 Stonehill* L, 65-59 1/19 at Saint Anselm* L, 101-69 1/22 Le Moyne* L, 68-53 1/24 at Bryant* L, 77-63 1/28 Assumption* W, 79-64 1/31 at AIC* W, 59-56 2/4 at Saint Rose* L, 83-81 2/7 Pace* W, 62-58 2/10 Southern Conn.* W, 85-75 2/18 at Le Moyne* L, 78-63 2/21 Saint Anselm* L, 93-77 2/24 at Pace* L, 84-69 * NE-10 contest @ Doc Jacobs Thanksgiving Classic ! Winter Park Rotary Tangerine Tournament

2005-06 (9-18, 6-16 NE-10) Coach: Tom O’Shea Captains: B.J. Robertson 11/18 vs. NJIT^ L, 79-75 (ot) 11/19 vs. Saint Leo^ W, 95-62 11/22 Saint Thomas Aquinas L, 62-57 11/27 at Stonehill* L, 92-70 11/30 Bentley* W, 80-71 12/3 at Merrimack* L, 81-61 12/6 at Saint Anselm* L, 87-58 12/10 Pace* L, 84-82 12/29 Concordia@ W, 85-73 12/30 Post@ W, 72-54 1/2 Le Moyne* W, 89-70 1/5 UMass Lowell* W, 81-77 1/7 at Franklin Pierce* L, 81-66 1/10 Southern N.H.* L, 84-68 1/14 Stonehill* L, 85-66 1/16 at Bentley* L, 90-78 1/19 Merrimack* W, 68-63 1/21 at UMass Lowell* L, 62-45 1/24 Franklin Pierce* L, 73-52 1/26 at Southern N.H.* L, 93-66 2002-03 (10-17, 6-16 NE-10) 1/28 Saint Anselm* L, 75-63 Coach: Tom O’Shea

Captain: Adam Johnson 11/22 Caldwell@ W, 79-73 11/23 Concordia@ W, 94-64 11/26 Southern Conn.* L, 65-64 12/1 at AIC* L, 87-80 12/4 Assumption* L, 69-66 12/7 at Bryant* L, 89-77 12/10 Southern N.H.* L, 86-83 12/14 at Saint Rose* L, 94-89 12/22 at Vermont L, 81-56 1/3 at UMass Lowell* L, 87-68 1/5 Franklin Pierce* L, 78-69 1/8 at Bentley* L, 87-77 1/11 Merrimack* W, 100-90 (3ot) 1/14 at Stonehill* L, 70-61 1/17 Green Mountain W, 91-63 1/20 Saint Anselm* W, 71-70 1/23 at Le Moyne* L, 87-62 1/25 Bryant* L, 65-60 1/29 at Assumption* L, 92-79 2/1 AIC* W, 77-67 2/5 Saint Rose* L, 97-95 2/8 at Pace* L, 93-72 2/12 at Southern Conn.* W, 82-76 2/17 at Green Mountain W, 87-69 2/19 Le Moyne* W, 82-80 2/22 at Saint Anselm* L, 88-62 2/25 Pace* W, 95-76 * NE-10 contest @ Doc Jacobs Thanksgiving Classic 2001-02 (11-16, 7-15 NE-10) Coach: Tom O’Shea Captains: Tunde Adekola, Anthony Scott 11/20 at Saint Anselm* W, 78-74 11/25 Merrimack* W, 70-63 11/28 at Stonehill* L, 66-64 (ot) 12/1 Bentley* L, 82-66 12/4 at Merrimack* W, 86-59 12/8 Le Moyne* L, 82-65 12/16 at Green Mountain W, 86-63 12/29 Felician@ W, 78-60 12/30 Dowling@ W, 85-70 1/5 UMass Lowell* W, 50-44 1/8 at Franklin Pierce* L, 78-65 1/10 Southern N.H.* L, 82-76 1/12 Stonehill* W, 95-61 1/15 at Bentley* L, 91-78 1/19 at UMass Lowell* L, 88-78 1/21 Franklin Pierce* W, 89-79 1/24 at Southern N.H.* L, 98-88 1/26 Saint Anselm* L, 97-95 (ot) 1/30 New Haven W, 74-63 2/2 at Le Moyne* L, 79-62 2/6 at Assumption* L, 89-81 2/9 AIC* L, 78-77 (ot) 2/12 at Bryant* W, 73-61 2/16 Southern Conn.* L, 72-65 2/18 Pace* L, 71-68 2/20 at Saint Rose* L, 93-79 2/23 at Southern N.H.^ L, 104-74 * NE-10 contest ^ NE-10 Tournament @ Radisson Doc Jacobs Classic 2000-01 (27-4, 19-3 NE-10) Coach: Tom O’Shea Captains: Brian Miles, Mark Pater, Todd Roberts 11/18 C.W. Post W, 89-56 11/21 Saint Anselm* W, 94-85 11/29 Stonehill* W, 65-48 12/2 at Bentley* W, 93-80 12/5 Merrimack* W, 99-82 12/9 at Le Moyne* W, 95-83 12/29 Concordia@ W, 88-76 12/30 Molloy@ W, 75-57 1/6 at UMass Lowell* W, 63-58 1/9 Franklin Pierce* W, 84-65 1/11 at Southern N.H.* W, 90-82

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1/13 at Stonehill* W, 70-65 1/16 Bentley* W, 84-59 1/18 at Merrimack* L, 76-73 1/20 UMass Lowell* L, 68-56 1/22 at Franklin Pierce* W, 92-75 1/25 Southern N.H.* W, 103-80 1/27 at Saint Anselm* L, 95-79 1/31 at New Haven W, 87-63 2/3 Le Moyne* W, 104-71 2/6 Assumption* W, 96-80 2/10 at AIC* W, 81-50 2/13 Bryant* W, 69-55 2/17 at Southern Conn.* W, 101-93 (ot) 2/19 at Pace* W, 98-83 2/21 Saint Rose* W, 82-66 2/26 Merrimack^ W, 93-68 3/1 Bentley^ W, 83-81 3/3 UMass Lowell^ W, 74-65 3/9 vs. UMass Lowell# W, 80-69 3/10 at Adelphi# L, 78-64 * NE-10 contest ^ NE-10 Tournament # NCAA Northeast Regional @ Radisson Doc Jacobs Classic 1999-00 (20-9, 12-6 NE-10) Coach: Tom O’Shea Captains: Warren Daniel, Brian Miles, Mark Pater 11/19 vs. Wis.-Stevens Point! L, 71-61 11/20 vs. Thomas More! W, 103-86 11/23 at C.W. Post W, 79-67 11/28 New Haven W, 90-69 12/1 Merrimack* W, 75-61 12/4 at Saint Anselm* L, 88-67 12/7 at Bentley* L, 69-68 12/10 Bloomfield W, 99-84 12/21 at Saint Rose L, 70-58 12/29 vs. Roberts Wesleyan$ W, 85-69 12/30 vs. Southampton$ W, 94-74 1/5 Bryant* W, 89-82 1/8 at Assumption* W, 90-75 1/12 Stonehill* W, 96-82 1/15 AIC* L, 79-66 1/19 at Pace* W, 100-88 (ot) 1/22 at Merrimack* L, 95-76 1/26 Le Moyne* W, 75-67 1/29 Pace* L, 85-82 (ot) 2/2 at AIC* L, 94-90 (2ot) 2/5 at Stonehill* W, 78-73 2/9 Assumption* W, 88-66 2/12 Bentley* W, 71-57 2/15 Saint Anselm* W, 84-83 2/19 at Bryant* W, 81-65 2/23 at Le Moyne* W, 91-82 2/27 Bentley^ L, 70-68 3/11 Pace# W, 66-64 3/12 UMass Lowell# W, 66-60 * NE-10 contest ^ NE-10 Tournament # ECAC Tournament ! John Griffin Tournament $ Le Moyne Classic 1998-99 (25-9, 12-6 NE-10) Coach: Tom O’Shea Captains: John Gonzalez, Derek Henderson, Brian Pannuzzo 11/13 vs. Queens! W, 91-73 11/14 vs. Washburn! L, 80-61 11/15 vs. Augustana! W, 97-88 11/21 vs. Bridgeport$ W, 74-69 11/22 vs. LIU-Southampton$ W, 98-72 11/25 at New Haven W, 94-72 11/29 Le Moyne* W, 79-69 12/2 at Merrimack* W, 87-84 12/5 Saint Anselm* L, 73-64 12/8 Bentley* W, 76-63 12/11 vs. Southern Conn.% L, 65-63 12/12 vs. LIU-Southampton% W, 117-95

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12/22 at Franklin Pierce 1/2 Southern Vermont@ 1/3 Queens (N.Y.)@ 1/6 at Bryant* 1/9 Assumption* 1/13 at Stonehill* 1/16 at AIC* 1/20 Pace* 1/23 Merrimack* 1/27 at Le Moyne* 1/30 at Pace* 2/2 AIC* 2/6 Stonehill* 2/10 at Assumption* 2/13 at Bentley* 2/16 at Saint Anselm* 2/19 Bryant* 2/22 Le Moyne^ 2/24 Bentley^ 2/27 Assumption^ 3/5 vs. N.H. College# 3/6 at Saint Rose# * NE-10 contest ^ NE-10 Tournament # NCAA Northeast Regional @ Doc Jacobs Classic ! Disney Tip Off Classic $ Bryant Tournament % Bloomsburg Husky Classic

W, 80-56 W, 105-62 W, 77-64 W, 85-72 W, 85-73 W, 103-80 W, 88-71 L, 82-78 W, 82-76 L, 75-73 L, 85-83 W, 72-67 W, 86-77 L, 92-65 W, 97-90 L, 94-71 W, 83-67 W, 61-59 W, 87-76 W, 76-75 W, 87-76 L, 78-67

1997-98 (16-13, 11-9 NE-10) Coach: Tom O’Shea Captains: Geoff Card, Alex Okosi, Jay Wandtke 11/15 New Haven! W, 78-67 11/16 Adelphi! W, 53-52 11/22 at Quinnipiac* W, 65-60 11/25 at Bryant* L, 81-68 11/30 Stonehill* W, 81-53 12/3 at Le Moyne* L, 73-63 12/6 at Vermont L, 90-76 12/13 Pace* W, 71-59 12/27 Bridgeport@ W, 102-62 12/28 Ferris State@ L, 65-62 1/3 at UMass Lowell W, 64-49 1/6 at Merrimack* L, 99-72 1/8 at Bentley* L, 96-90 1/10 AIC* W, 60-58 1/13 at Saint Anselm* L, 87-72 1/15 Assumption* L, 90-83 1/17 Quinnipiac* W, 73-59 1/20 at Pace* W, 72-69 1/24 at Stonehill* L, 95-78 1/28 Bryant* W, 72-64 1/31 Le Moyne* W, 72-70 2/7 at Assumption* L, 84-81 2/11 Merrimack* W, 78-77 2/14 at AIC* W, 90-76 2/17 Bentley* L, 79-75 2/21 Saint Anselm* W, 80-77 2/23 at Le Moyne^ L, 101-93 3/6 vs. Molloy# W, 69-67 3/7 vs. Merrimack# L, 80-75 * NE-10 contest ^ NE-10 Tournament # ECAC Tournament @ Doc Jacobs Classic 1996-97 (23-7, 16-2 NE-10) Coach: Tom Crowley Captain: Mark Mulvey 11/23 Franklin Pierce W, 77-68 11/30 at Adelphi W, 81-69 12/3 at Bryant* L, 79-59 12/7 Green Mountain W, 77-69 12/11 at Vermont L, 73-67 12/14 at AIC* W, 102-91 12/28 UMass Boston@ W, 90-63 12/29 UMass Lowell@ L, 73-71 (ot) 1/4 vs. LIU-Southampton! W, 100-50

Year-By-Year Results

1/5 at Bloomsburg! L, 72-58 1/18 Saint Anselm* L, 70-61 1/8 Stonehill* W, 91-79 1/21 at Quinnipiac* W, 89-77 1/11 at Assumption* W, 97-88 1/24 Merrimack* W, 90-80 1/14 at Merrimack* W, 80-64 1/26 Bentley* W, 65-62 1/16 Saint Anselm* W, 82-70 1/28 at Bryant* L, 60-48 1/18 Bentley* W, 79-68 2/1 Assumption* W, 93-70 1/20 Le Moyne* W, 95-72 2/4 at AIC* L, 79-64 1/25 at Quinnipiac* L, 81-71 (ot) 2/8 Springfield* L, 90-85 (ot) 1/29 at Stonehill* W, 84-67 2/11 at Stonehill* W, 75-66 2/1 AIC* W, 74-72 2/15 at Saint Anselm* L, 89-72 2/4 Merrimack* W, 108-87 2/18 Quinnipiac* W, 96-74 2/8 at Bentley* W, 80-69 2/21 at Merrimack* W, 83-81 (ot) 2/11 at Saint Anselm* W, 83-81 2/25 vs. Springfield^ L, 86-67 2/13 Assumption* W, 83-75 * NE-10 contest 2/15 at Le Moyne* W, 76-75 ^ NE-10 Tournament 2/19 Bryant* W, 84-77 @ Doc Jacobs Classic 2/22 Quinnipiac* W, 88-79 ! Virginia Union Thanksgiving Classic 2/24 Stonehill^ W, 82-53 2/27 Bryant^ L, 76-58 1993-94 (15-13, 9-9 NE-10) 3/7 vs. Adelphi# W, 86-85 (ot) Coach: Tom Crowley 3/8 at N.H. College# L, 101-90 Captains: Jason Curry, Jeremy Dubay, * NE-10 contest Justin Smith ^ NE-10 Tournament 11/21 at Sacred Heart W, 83-72 # NCAA Northeast Regional 11/23 Middlebury W, 84-64 @ Doc Jacobs Tournament 11/27 Le Moyne W, 75-71 (ot) ! Bloomsburg Invitational 12/2 at Vermont L, 89-66 12/3 Assumption* W, 89-79 1995-96 (19-8, 11-5 NE-10) 12/6 at UMass Lowell W, 61-59 Coach: Tom Crowley 12/11 Bentley* W, 67-64 Captain: Mark Mulvey 12/19 at N.H. College L, 94-78 11/18 at Southern Conn.! W, 74-72 12/29 Mercy@ W, 73-71 11/19 vs. New Haven! W, 95-78 12/30 Norfolk State@ L, 84-52 11/25 Adelphi L, 78-73 1/3 at Bryant* W, 97-86 11/28 Le Moyne W, 73-71 1/8 at AIC* L, 92-84 12/1 at East Stroudsburg$ L, 83-78 (ot) 1/12 Springfield* W, 98-92 12/2 vs. AIC$ W, 64-55 1/15 at Stonehill* L, 81-76 12/5 Castleton State W, 103-63 1/19 at Saint Anselm* W, 72-68 (ot) 12/9 Green Mountain W, 99-82 1/22 Quinnipiac* L, 89-82 12/31 at Vermont W, 80-72 1/26 at Merrimack* L, 69-68 1/7 at Stonehill* W, 69-66 1/27 at Bentley* L, 81-72 1/10 at AIC* W, 72-70 (ot) 1/29 Bryant* W, 81-77 1/13 Quinnipiac* W, 80-74 2/2 at Assumption* W, 72-58 1/15 at Merrimack* L, 93-86 2/5 AIC* L, 77-74 1/20 Stonehill* W, 79-73 2/9 at Springfield* L, 75-66 1/22 Saint Anselm* L, 88-75 2/12 Stonehill* W, 88-70 1/24 Bryant* W, 87-73 2/16 Saint Anselm* L, 75-64 1/27 at Bentley* L, 97-89 2/19 at Quinnipiac* W, 67-64 (ot) 1/30 at Assumption* W, 84-64 2/22 Merrimack* L, 87-81 2/1 AIC* W, 82-78 2/26 vs. Quinnipiac^ W, 90-74 2/3 Merrimack* W, 100-81 2/27 vs. AIC^ L, 84-77 2/6 at Quinnipiac* W, 104-74 * NE-10 contest 2/10 Assumption* W, 105-83 ^ NE-10 Tournament 2/14 Saint Anselm* L, 86-75 @ Doc Jacobs Classic 2/17 at Bryant* L, 99-96 (ot) 2/20 Bentley* W, 96-82 1992-93 (14-13, 8-10 NE-10) 2/24 vs. Merrimack^ L, 84-78 (ot) Coach: Tom Crowley 3/10 Dowling# W, 96-81 Captains: Tim MacDonald, Alexis Sherard * NE-10 contest 11/25 Sacred Heart W, 73-70 ^ NE-10 Tournament 11/28 at Le Moyne L, 92-76 # ECAC Championship 12/1 at Middlebury W, 82-62 ! Southern Connecticut Tournament 12/5 Saint Anselm* W, 84-81 $ East Stroudsburg Tournament 12/7 UMass Lowell W, 72-69 12/9 Norwich W, 75-55 1994-95 (14-13, 10-8 NE-10) 12/12 at Springfield* L, 64-52 Coach: Tom Crowley 12/29 New York Tech@ W, 102-82 Captains: Jason Curry, Jeremy Dubay 12/30 Mercyhurst@ W, 78-73 11/19 at Le Moyne W, 76-69 1/7 at Quinnipiac* L, 67-65 11/22 UMass Lowell W, 76-70 1/9 AIC* L, 67-66 11/25 vs. Fayetteville State! L, 88-69 1/13 Assumption* L, 82-64 11/26 vs. University of D.C.! L, 88-75 1/16 at Bryant* W, 85-63 11/29 at Vermont L, 101-76 1/19 Stonehill* W, 74-59 12/3 at Assumption* L, 70-69 1/23 at Merrimack* L, 58-54 12/7 Bryant* W, 88-74 1/26 at Bentley* L, 89-57 12/29 Queens (N.Y.)@ L, 61-58 1/28 at Saint Anselm* L, 74-56 12/30 Mercyhurst@ W, 81-48 1/30 Quinnipiac* W, 84-76 1/7 AIC* W, 78-57 2/3 Springfield* W, 71-66 (ot) 1/9 Southern Conn. W, 89-73 2/6 at Assumption* L, 65-62 1/11 at Springfield* W, 78-65 2/10 Bryant* W, 78-69 (ot) 1/14 Stonehill* L, 60-57 2/13 at Stonehill* L, 85-79 1/16 at Bentley* L, 99-95 2/17 Merrimack* W, 74-50

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Year-By-Year Results 2/20 Bentley* 2/22 at Vermont 2/25 at AIC* 2/28 at Saint Anselm^ * NE-10 contest ^ NE-10 Tournament @ Doc Jacobs Classic

L, 65-57 L, 76-74 W, 76-74 L, 91-73

1991-92 (12-15, 8-10 NE-10) Coach: Tom Crowley Captain: Monroe Blakes 11/23 UMass Lowell! W, 74-70 11/24 New Haven! L, 78-66 12/2 Middlebury$ W, 98-76 12/3 at Vermont$ L, 80-54 12/7 at Saint Anselm* W, 73-71 12/9 at UMass Lowell L, 77-72 (ot) 12/14 Springfield* W, 86-73 12/22 N.H. College L, 81-63 12/28 Sacred Heart@ W, 81-78 12/29 Le Moyne@ W, 68-67 (ot) 1/8 Quinnipiac* W, 99-63 1/11 at AIC* W, 87-82 1/15 at Assumption* L, 90-69 1/18 Bryant* W, 52-50 1/21 at Stonehill* L, 76-69 1/25 Merrimack* W, 64-58 1/28 Bentley* L, 83-77 1/30 Saint Anselm* W, 70-62 2/1 at Quinnipiac* L, 85-70 2/5 at Springfield* L, 78-75 2/8 Assumption* L, 94-70 2/12 at Bryant* W, 103-70 2/15 Stonehill* L, 79-72 2/19 at Merrimack* L, 71-67 2/22 at Bentley* L, 65-63 2/27 AIC* L, 77-52 3/2 at Assumption^ L, 87-76 * NE-10 contest ^ NE-10 Tournament @ Doc Jacobs Classic ! New England Tipoff Classic $ Howard Bank Green Mountain Classic 1990-91 (9-17, 5-13 NE-10) Coach: Tom Crowley Captain: Bryan Duffy 11/26 Norwich! W, 121-80 11/27 Vermont! L, 83-76 12/1 Stonehill* L, 112-91 12/4 Middlebury L, 81-78 12/8 at Springfield* W, 75-74 12/10 Lowell W, 97-88 12/22 at N.H. College L, 92-73 12/28 Southern Conn.@ W, 83-80 12/29 Dowling@ L, 81-64 1/8 at Plattsburgh State W, 81-69 1/12 Merrimack* L, 88-84 (ot) 1/16 at Bentley* L, 92-90 1/19 at Quinnipiac* L, 78-61 1/21 Bryant* W, 77-69 1/26 Assumption* L, 74-71 1/28 Saint Anselm* L, 72-68 1/31 Springfield* W, 61-60 (ot) 2/2 at AIC* L, 87-68 2/6 at Stonehill* L, 78-75 2/9 Bentley* W, 84-76 2/13 Quinnipiac* W, 85-83 2/16 at Bryant* L, 77-74 2/20 at Assumption* L, 97-90 2/23 at Saint Anselm* L, 75-57 2/26 AIC* L, 79-53 2/28 at Merrimack* L, 91-61 * NE-10 contest @ Doc Jacobs Memorial Tournament ! Howard Bank Classic 1989-90 (9-18, 6-12 NE-10) Coach: Barry Parkhill Captain: Greg Thomas

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11/25 vs. Middlebury! W, 81-72 11/26 at Vermont! L, 78-66 12/2 at Stonehill* L, 102-82 12/5 at Norwich W, 59-54 12/9 Springfield* L, 67-66 12/11 at Lowell W, 80-76 (ot) 12/29 Stockton State@ L, 67-61 12/30 New Haven@ L, 80-75 1/6 N.H. College L, 91-61 1/9 at Pace L, 84-54 1/13 at Merrimack* L, 69-61 1/17 Bentley* L, 81-68 1/20 Quinnipiac* L, 67-61 1/23 at Bryant* W, 69-63 (ot) 1/27 at Assumption* L, 80-69 1/29 at Saint Anselm* L, 95-76 2/1 at Springfield* L, 54-53 2/3 AIC* L, 61-58 2/7 Stonehill* W, 85-64 2/10 at Bentley* L, 93-85 (ot) 2/14 at Quinnipiac* W, 67-65 (ot) 2/17 Bryant* W, 64-55 2/21 Assumption* L, 76-61 2/24 Saint Anselm* W, 70-61 2/27 at AIC* L, 84-66 3/1 Merrimack* W, 84-66 3/6 Assumption^ L, 70-69 * NE-10 contest ^ NE-10 Tournament @ Doc Jacobs Memorial Tournament ! Howard Bank/Green Mountain Classic

1988-89 (18-10, 11-7 NE-10) Coach: Jim Casciano Captains: Greg Thomas, Brian Young 11/18 vs. Dowling$ L, 76-75 11/19 vs. New York Tech.$ W, 86-67 11/22 at UMass Boston W, 97-78 11/27 vs. Norwich! W, 95-70 11/28 at Vermont! W, 94-77 12/3 at Assumption* L, 95-90 12/10 at Bentley* L, 89-85 12/21 Plattsburgh State W, 95-81 12/29 Saint Rose@ W, 96-84 12/30 Le Moyne@ W, 74-73 1/7 at N.H. College L, 108-95 1/14 Merrimack* L, 93-78 1/18 Saint Anselm* W, 81-69 1/21 at Quinnipiac* W, 77-69 1/24 Bryant* W, 105-64 1/28 Stonehill* W, 114-84 1/30 at AIC* W, 78-71 2/2 Bentley* L, 92-89 (ot) 2/4 at Saint Anselm* L, 99-87 2/8 Assumption* W, 90-75 2/11 Springfield* W, 89-76 2/15 Quinnipiac* W, 84-81 2/18 at Bryant* W, 99-89 2/22 at Stonehill* L, 118-92 2/25 AIC* W, 93-85 2/28 at Springfield* W, 80-71 3/2 at Merrimack* L, 80-78 3/7 at Saint Anselm^ L, 91-65 * NE-10 contest ^ NE-10 Tournament @ Doc Jacobs Invitational Tournament $ Keene State Invitational Tournament ! Green Mountain Classic Tournament 1987-88 (17-11, 13-5 NE-10) Coach: Jim Casciano Captains: George Daway, Gus Gabriel 11/27 at Kentucky Wesleyan$ L, 82-74 11/28 vs. Lincoln Memorial$ L, 116-97 12/3 Vermont W, 84-72 12/5 Assumption* L, 95-87 12/8 Norwich* W, 98-83 12/12 Bentley* W, 95-78 12/14 at Sacred Heart L, 95-90 1/2 Saint Joseph’s (Maine)@ W, 82-81

1/3 Lowell@ L, 89-73 1/7 at Middlebury W, 75-70 1/9 N.H. College L, 70-66 1/14 Springfield* W, 86-65 1/16 at Merrimack* W, 75-70 1/20 at Saint Anselm* W, 77-74 1/23 Quinnipiac* L, 71-61 1/26 at Bryant* W, 75-65 1/30 at Stonehill* L, 80-74 2/1 AIC* W, 80-70 2/4 at Bentley* L, 102-96 2/6 Saint Anselm* W, 67-65 2/10 at Assumption* L, 77-70 2/13 at Springfield* W, 73-65 2/15 Merrimack* W, 72-49 2/17 at Quinnipiac* W, 76-72 2/20 Bryant* W, 93-84 2/22 Stonehill* W, 91-74 2/25 at AIC* W, 70-68 3/1 Quinnipiac^ L, 78-71 * NE-10 contest ^ NE-10 Tournament @ Doc Jacobs Invitational Tournament $ Kentucky Wesleyan Tournament 1986-87 (20-11, 6-4 MCC) Coach: Jim Casciano Captain: Larry Irving 11/21 UMass Boston W, 109-78 11/23 at Saint Anselm W, 89-80 11/25 at Norwich W, 88-85 11/28 at Eckerd L, 91-90 (ot) 11/29 at Fla. Southern L, 65-56 12/4 at Vermont W, 87-84 12/6 Keene State W, 82-60 12/13 at N.H. College L, 103-96 12/20 Sacred Heart L, 83-80 1/2 Trenton State@ W, 93-83 1/3 N.Y. Tech@ W, 80-65 1/5 AIC L, 61-58 1/10 Phila. Textile* W, 73-66 1/12 at Bentley W, 76-68 1/17 at Le Moyne* L, 87-81 1/21 Pace* W, 81-60 1/24 at Gannon* L, 90-77 (ot) 1/27 Tufts W, 95-75 1/31 Adelphi* W, 68-67 2/2 at Assumption W, 95-86 2/4 Middlebury W, 78-64 2/7 Le Moyne* W, 97-82 2/10 Gannon* L, 97-91 2/14 at Phila. Textile* L, 98-88 (ot) 2/17 Plattsburgh State W, 83-69 2/20 at Pace* W, 83-67 2/22 at Adelphi* W, 64-61 2/27 at Le Moyne^ W, 64-50 2/28 vs. Phila. Textile^ W, 79-68 3/6 Millersville# L, 83-76 3/7 C.W. Post# L, 85-72 * Mideast Collegiate Conference contest ^ MCC Tournament # NCAA Eastern Regional @ Doc Jacobs Tournament 1985-86 (19-10, 6-4 MCC) Coach: Jim Casciano Captains: Mark Anderson, Dan Mailliard 11/22 at UMass Boston W, 89-65 11/24 Saint Anselm W, 75-73 11/26 Norwich W, 97-79 12/1 Assumption W, 79-76 12/6 Dowling@ W, 76-68 12/7 C.W. Post@ W, 75-95+ 12/12 N.H. College L, 65-62 12/19 at Harvard W, 70-64 12/23 at Sacred Heart L, 101-74 1/3 at Wright State! L, 98-72 1/4 vs. N.Y. Tech.! W, 84-72 1/6 at AIC W, 77-71 1/8 Le Moyne* W, 66-55

1/11 Adelphi* W, 85-74 (2ot) 1/15 at Gannon* L, 75-59 1/18 at Le Moyne* W, 77-66 1/25 Phila. Textile* W, 73-66 1/27 Keene State W, 75-60 2/1 at Pace* L, 70-66 2/3 Bentley W, 77-75 (ot) 2/5 at Middlebury W, 79-63 2/8 Gannon* W, 84-73 2/12 at Keene State L, 91-89 (ot) 2/15 at Adelphi* L, 75-63 2/17 at Phila. Textile* L, 90-79 2/20 Vermont L, 77-62 2/22 Pace* W, 73-70 2/28 at Phila. Textile^ L, 75-63 3/1 vs. Le Moyne^ W, 68-66 * Mideast Collegiate Conference contest ^ MCC Tournament @ Doc Jacobs Tournament ! Wright State University Tournament + Forfeit win 1984-85 (7-21, 1-9 MCC) Coach: Jim Casciano Captains: Bob Millikin, Joe Smoolca 11/16 Stonehill L, 77-63 11/19 at Saint Anselm W, 76-71 11/24 at Le Moyne* L, 70-56 11/25 at Saint John Fisher* L, 71-61 11/30 Adelphi*@ L, 52-37 12/1 Queens (N.Y.)@ W, 72-65 12/6 at Gannon* L, 71-67 12/9 at Harvard L, 66-60 12/18 at N.H. College L, 80-75 12/21 Sacred Heart L, 62-54 1/2 at Quinnipiac L, 82-67 1/8 Le Moyne* L, 61-59 (ot) 1/10 AIC L, 75-56 1/12 at Bentley L, 75-63 1/14 at Bridgeport L, 88-60 1/19 Manhattanville W, 76-69 1/23 at Vermont L, 68-61 (ot) 1/26 Phila. Textile* L, 57-46 1/31 at Keene State L, 59-54 2/2 Gannon* W, 68-67 2/4 at Assumption W, 64-53 2/9 Middlebury W, 65-60 2/12 at Norwich L, 55-54 2/14 Keene State W, 75-60 2/16 at Phila. Textile* L, 83-79 2/17 at Adelphi* L, 80-71 2/23 Saint John Fisher* L, 78-73 2/26 at Saint John Fisher^ L, 73-64 * Mideast Collegiate Conference contest ^ MCC Tournament @ Doc Jacobs Tournament 1983-84 (7-19) Coach: Jim Casciano Captain: game appointed 11/18 at Stonehill L, 69-61 11/19 Saint Anselm L, 74-73 11/26 at Keene State W, 74-52 11/28 at Maine L, 88-65 12/2 Johnson State@ W, 88-45 12/3 Pace@ L, 53-49 (ot) 12/5 Bridgeport L, 79-59 12/10 Seattle Univ. W, 57-53 12/18 at AIC L, 71-53 12/20 at N.H. College L, 94-79 12/28 vs. Lowell$ L, 83-81 (2ot) 12/29 vs. Gordon$ W, 62-60 1/4 Quinnipiac L, 85-66 1/10 Assumption L, 65-54 1/14 Bentley L, 87-64 1/21 at Sacred Heart L, 54-51 1/24 UMass Boston W, 69-66 1/28 at Central Conn. L, 82-54 1/30 N.H. College L, 65-62 2/2 Keene State W, 78-68 2/7 Norwich L, 73-69

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2/11 at Middlebury 2/15 Vermont 2/24 at Saint John Fisher 2/25 at Le Moyne 2/28 Merrimack @ Doc Jacobs Classic $ Merrimack Pepsi Invitational

W, 70-57 L, 82-73 L, 102-80 L, 64-55 L, 64-54

1982-83 (12-15) Coach: Stephen Antrim Captains: Jerry Mizerak, Marc Streb 11/19 Stonehill L, 86-80 11/21 at Saint Anselm W, 77-66 11/26 Keene State W, 97-76 11/28 at Boston College L, 98-56 12/3 Saint John Fisher@ L, 73-70 12/4 Plattsburgh State@ L, 63-61 12/8 at Vermont W, 80-72 12/11 at Manhattanville W, 67-52 12/18 at N.H. College L, 96-91 12/28 vs. Lowell$ W, 76-72 12/29 at Bentley$ L, 86-75 1/8 at Quinnipiac W, 73-67 1/10 Middlebury L, 69-68 1/13 at Hartford W, 72-71 (ot) 1/15 at Bentley L, 68-65 1/17 Sacred Heart L, 75-68 1/19 at Bridgeport W, 95-75 1/22 Central Conn. L, 81-71 1/26 Maine L, 84-79 1/29 AIC W, 88-77 2/2 at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) W, 80-72 2/8 at Norwich L, 75-74 2/9 N.H. College L, 80-77 2/12 at Assumption L ,91-81 2/19 Le Moyne W, 70-58 2/22 at Merrimack W, 91-70 2/25 Saint Lawrence L, 71-62 @ Doc Jacobs Classic $ Bentley Festival 1981-82 (16-11) Coach: Stephen Antrim Captain: Dan Nikitas 11/20 at Stonehill L, 68-48 11/22 Saint Anselm W, 75-62 11/27 at Le Moyne W, 78-60 11/29 vs. Loyola (Quebec)$ W, N/A 11/30 at Clarkson$ L, 58-49 12/2 at Providence L, 68-45 12/4 Babson@ W, 94-62 12/5 Potsdam@ L, 48-47 12/19 North Adams State W, 97-74 12/28 vs. Southern Conn.% L, 66-60 12/29 vs. Nichols% W, 48-46 1/9 UMass Boston W, 80-77 (3ot) 1/12 at Middlebury L, 69-66 1/16 Bentley W, 89-84 1/20 Bridgeport L, 68-66 1/23 at Sacred Heart L, 90-76 1/25 at Lowell L, 74-64 1/28 at Westfield State W, 89-59 1/30 at AIC W, 69-59 2/6 Quinnipiac W, 95-82 2/9 Norwich W, 92-56 2/13 Assumption W, 74-56 2/15 Vermont W, 89-83 2/19 at Springfield W, 78-71 2/20 at Central Conn. L, 89-75 2/23 Merrimack L, 59-54 2/25 at Saint Anselm W, 92-69 @ Doc Jacobs Classic $ Clarkson Tournament % Bentley Tournament 1980-81 (12-13) Coach: Stephen Antrim Captain: Dan Nikitas 12/2 Stonehill 12/5 Kean@

12/6 Bentley@ W, 62-58 12/20 at UMass Boston W, 73-67 12/28 Lowell W, 90-81 12/31 Central Conn. W, 63-62 1/2 at Loyola (Md.)$ W, 71-66 1/3 vs. Bridgeport$ L, 93-78 1/8 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) W, 61-51 1/10 at Saint Bonaventure L, 98-80 1/13 Middlebury W, 73-61 1/15 at Norwich L, 70-68 1/17 at Bentley L, 85-81 (ot) 1/21 at Bridgeport L, 84-74 1/25 Sacred Heart L, 82-74 1/28 at Maine L, 87-68 1/31 AIC L, 67-58 2/1 Springfield L, 75-62 2/5 Le Moyne W, 80-60 2/7 at Quinnipiac L, 74-69 2/11 at Vermont L, 65-64 2/14 at Assumption W, 76-66 2/19 Hartford L, 58-57 2/24 at Saint Anselm L, 66-63 2/25 at Merrimack W, 86-72 @ Doc Jacobs Classic $ Loyola University Tournament 1979-80 (5-21) Coach: Stephen Antrim Captain: game appointed 11/30 Marist@ 12/1 Sacred Heart@ 12/4 at Stonehill 12/7 at Assumption$ 12/8 vs. Albright$ 12/11 Norwich 12/28 vs. Stonehill% 12/29 vs. Lowell 1/10 at Central Florida 1/12 at St. Leo 1/15 at Middlebury 1/17 Merrimack 1/19 Bentley 1/21 at Saint Lawrence 1/24 Bridgeport 1/26 at Sacred Heart 1/29 Saint Francis (N.Y.) 2/1 at Springfield 2/2 at AIC 2/7 at Le Moyne 2/9 Quinnipiac 2/13 Vermont 2/16 Assumption 2/21 at Hartford 2/23 at Central Conn. 2/26 Saint Anselm @ Doc Jacobs Classic $ Assumption Tournament % Bentley Tournament

W, 61-57 W, 61-56 L, 62-49 L, 71-58 L, 73-63 W, 78-46 L, 54-43 L, 77-63 L, 90-64 L, 64-43 W, 65-50 L, 77-63 L, 67-59 L, 82-58 L, 69-64 L, 73-65 L, 72-54 L, 60-56 L, 73-57 L, 70-48 L, 70-61 L, 83-73 L, 86-68 L, 70-69 L, 72-59 W, 57-55

1978-79 (10-14) Coach: Walter Baumann Captains: Derrick Halacki, Tom Hoey, John Rao Saint Francis (Pa.) L, 61-52 Saint Joseph’s (Maine)@ W, 75-65 Adelphi@ W, 94-75 Norwich W, 81-58 vs. New Haven$ L, 106-88 vs. Quinnipiac$ L, 110-105 Saint Lawrence L, 87-81 Le Moyne L, 64-63 Merrimack W, 89-87 Saint Francis (N.Y.) L, 78-70 Bentley L, 71-69 Bridgeport L, 91-81 Quinnipiac L, 84-76 Sacred Heart L, 90-78 Stonehill W, 113-94 W, 89-87 (2ot) AIC L, 88-76 W, 84-70 Middlebury W, 99-78

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Springfield W, 90-75 Vermont L, 70-61 Assumption L, 79-71 Hartford W, 89-87 Vermont W, 85-81 Central Conn. L, 65-61 Saint Anselm W, 76-72 @ Doc Jacobs Classic $ Sacred Heart Holiday Classic NOTE: Date and location not available

1977-78 (11-15) Coach: Walter Baumann Captains: Derrick Halacki, Ted Mauro 11/30 Hartwick L, 65-63 (2ot) 12/1 Wilkes@ W, 71-57 12/3 Monmouth@ W, 89-74 12/7 at Vermont L, 82-75 12/10 Quinnipiac W, 82-62 12/27 vs. Monmouth$ W, 72-63 12/28 at Montclair State$ W, 73-46 1/4 at Stonehill W, 88-56 1/6 Northeastern L, 85-75 1/9 at Le Moyne L, 83-78 1/10 at Saint Lawrence L, 100-95 1/14 Merrimack L, 90-78 1/17 Norwich W, 94-79 1/22 Bentley L, 89-82 1/25 Bridgeport L, 89-81 1/27 at Sacred Heart L, 67-60 1/28 at Canisius L, 87-73 2/4 Maine L, 72-70 2/10 at Springfield W, 67-65 2/11 at Hartford W, 84-81 2/18 Assumption L, 101-75 2/20 Saint Anselm W, 76-59 2/23 at AIC W, 85-73 2/25 Central Conn. L, 72-66 N/A at Middlebury L, 71-69 N/A Vermont L, 84-70 @ Doc Jacobs Classic $ Yule Cup 1976-77 (10-14) Coach: Walter Baumann Captain: game appointed 12/1 Canisius L, 100-70 12/3 N.H. College@ W, 82-62 12/4 Hartwick@ L, 57-54 12/8 Vermont L, 65-61 12/11 Stonehill L, 74-66 12/29 vs. Colby$ W, 74-69 12/30 at Central Conn.$ W, 92-84 1/8 Le Moyne W, 65-61 1/11 at Saint Anselm L, 70-68 1/15 at Merrimack L, 92-74 1/18 at Norwich W, 96-75 1/19 Saint Lawrence W, 94-74 1/22 at Bentley L, 101-86 1/26 at Bridgeport W, 73-72 1/29 Sacred Heart L, 70-57 2/2 at Hartwick L, 77-61 2/5 AIC W, 83-76 2/7 at Vermont L, 58-51 2/9 at Hartford L, 87-82 2/12 Springfield W, 79-74 2/17 at Saint Francis (N.Y.) L, 72-59 2/20 at Assumption L, 92-59 2/23 Middlebury L, 85-76 2/26 Central Conn. W, 74-72 @ Doc Jacobs Classic $ Central Connecticut Tournament

12/9 at Vermont L, 77-73 12/12 at Stonehill L, 103-83 12/13 at Northeastern L, 95-90 (2ot) 1/2 vs. Springfield$ W, 80-65 1/3 vs. AIC$ W, 101-83 1/4 at Sacred Heart$ W, 104-97 (2ot) 1/7 New Hampshire W, 74-72 1/10 at Saint Lawrence W, 78-72 1/12 at Maine W, 83-81 1/14 Norwich W, 97-83 1/17 at Le Moyne L, 87-66 1/19 Merrimack W, 94-88 1/21 Saint Anselm W, 85-76 1/24 Bentley L, 66-59 (ot) 1/28 Bridgeport L, 91-85 2/4 Vermont L, 101-99 (ot) 2/7 at AIC W, 84-76 2/8 at Sacred Heart L, 83-72 2/14 at Springfield L, 70-69 2/21 Assumption L, 81-71 2/25 at Middlebury L, 93-76 2/28 at Central Conn. L, 91-86 3/2 Siena W, 86-85 @ Doc Jacobs Classic $ Sacred Heart Tournament

1974-75 (13-11) Coach: Walter Baumann Captains: Gene Cizynski, John Lanchantin 12/1 at Bridgeport L, 79-67 12/3 at Seton Hall L, 104-78 12/7 Siena L, 97-96 12/14 at Saint Anselm W, 80-75 12/27 vs. Hartwick$ L, 100-70 12/28 vs. Muhlenberg$ W, 92-86 1/7 Maine W, 72-70 (ot) 1/9 Le Moyne W, 96-94 (ot) 1/11 at Sacred Heart L, 98-90 1/14 at Merrimack L, 101-95 1/15 at Bentley L , 105-99 1/18 Stonehill W, 79-70 1/21 Saint Lawrence W, 77-73 1/22 Norwich W, 85-63 1/25 Northeastern L, 75-63 1/27 Vermont L, 87-75 2/1 AIC W, 92-85 2/5 at Vermont L, 95-82 2/8 at Assumption L, 95-77 2/11 Springfield W, 85-81 2/13 at Clarkson W, 86-76 2/18 at Norwich W, 79-70 2/22 Central Conn. W, 104-91 2/26 Middlebury W, 93-69 $ Le Moyne Christmas Tournament

1973-74 (17-11) Coach: Walter Baumann Captains: Fran Laffin, Bob Toner 12/1 Niagara L, 102-77 12/5 at Middlebury W, 79-77 12/8 at Stonehill W, 99-92 12/11 at Long Island U. L, 117-101 12/27 vs. Colby$ W, 80-76 12/28 vs. Southern Conn.$ W, 92-84 12/29 vs. WPI$ W, 103-86 1/3 Bridgeport W, 90-87 1/12 Sacred Heart W, 93-91 1/16 Merrimack W, 116-92 1/19 at Le Moyne L, 84-77 1/21 Clarkson W, 106-75 1/23 Saint Anselm W, 70-55 1/26 at Maine L, 100-93 1/28 Norwich W, 106-75 1975-76 (12-14) 1/31 at Vermont W, 83-76 Coach: Walter Baumann 2/2 at AIC W, 88-79 Captains: John Balczuk, Ken Johnson, 2/6 at Springfield W, 80-77 Joe Myers 2/8 at Saint Lawrence L, 96-83 12/29 at Canisius L, 96-81 2/10 Bentley L, 99-90 12/5 King’s@ W, 93-84 2/13 Vermont L, 77-72 12/6 Buffalo State@ L, 104-101 (ot) 2/16 Assumption L, 93-92

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2/20 at Norwich W, 91-54 2/23 at Central Conn. L, 100-90 2/25 at Siena L, 124-110 2/28 at New Hampshire L, 69-65 N/A vs. Hartford# L, 102-93 N/A vs. Bentley# W, 99-91 $ Sacred Heart Christmas Tournament # NCAA Northeast Regional

1972-73 (18-9) Coach: Walter Baumann Captains: Fran Laffin, Bob Toner 12/1 Sacred Heart W, 75-67 12/4 at Holy Cross L, 104-71 12/6 at Norwich W, 91-67 12/9 at Northeastern L, 82-66 12/16 at Saint Anselm W, 65-58 12/29 at Bryant$ W, 99-82 12/30 vs. Bentley$ L, 99-87 1/3 at Merrimack W, 116-94 1/6 Siena W, 118-106 1/10 at Maine L, 115-97 1/13 Le Moyne W, 81-71 1/23 at Catholic W, 98-94 1/27 Springfield W, 87-82 1/30 Saint Lawrence W, 82-78 (ot) 2/3 AIC W, 110-96 2/7 Vermont W, 87-81 (ot) 2/10 at Bridgeport L, 91-78 2/12 at Vermont W, 83-81 2/14 Norwich W, 101-68 2/18 at Assumption L, 121-83 2/21 Middlebury W, 80-62 2/24 Central Conn. W, 100-87 2/27 at Clarkson W, 102-75 3/2 Stonehill L, 108-98 N/A vs. Hartford# W, 108-97 N/A vs. Assumption# L, 81-79 N/A vs. Bridgeport# L, 93-75 $ Bryant Christmas Tournament # NCAA New England Regional 1971-72 (12-11) Coach: Edward Markey Captains: Michael Balzano, Robert Tetreault 12/6 Middlebury W, 83-70 12/9 at Stonehill W, 97-90 12/11 Merrimack W, 123-105 12/29 vs. Saint Francis (Pa.)$ L, 111-90 12/30 vs. Saint Francis (N.Y.)$ W, 95-69 1/4 at AIC L, 112-80 1/7 Maine W, 95-88 1/10 at Sacred Heart L, 133-90 1/15 at Saint Lawrence L, 97-78 1/19 at Middlebury W, 83-76 1/22 Northeastern L, 86-68 1/24 at Vermont W, 84-78 1/26 at Siena L, 120-74 1/29 Saint Anselm W, 80-72 2/1 at Norwich W, 91-89 2/8 at Springfield L, 97-85 2/12 at Le Moyne L, 95-64 2/14 Norwich W, 111-98 2/19 Assumption L, 99-84 2/23 Vermont L, 73-71 2/27 at Central Conn. L, 78-76 3/4 Bridgeport W, 96-90 N/A Clarkson W, 89-73 $ Gem City Tournament (Erie, Pa.) 1970-71 (13-10) Coach: Edward Markey Captain: Bill Brooks Holy Cross Stonehill Norwich Middlebury at Springfield$ vs. Massachusetts$

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L, 138-68 L, 75-73 W, 98-86 W, 79-76 W, 92-72 L, 94-59

vs. Long Island U.$ L, 87-81 Captains: Dave Gleason, Bob Joyce Adelphi L, 75-60 Sacred Heart W, 105-78 Bridgeport W, 87-80 Norwich W, 87-75 Middlebury L, 94-75 Adelphi W, 83-81 Le Moyne W, 73-56 Clarkson W, 85-77 Saint Anselm L, 69-63 Middlebury W, 90-74 Vermont W, 70-67 Southern Conn. W, 96-81 Springfield W, 72-64 Long Island U. L, 80-70 AIC W, 98-79 vs. Bowdoin$ W, 89-71 Siena W, 109-80 vs. Guilford$ W, 92-79 Clarkson W, 106-87 vs. Amherst$ W, 83-76 (ot) Central Conn. L, 103-89 Saint Anselm L, 67-65 Norwich W, 114-77 Stonehill W, 84-83 Assumption L, 121-93 Norwich W, 97-79 Vermont W, 75-71 Hartford W, 90-82 Northeastern L, 94-73 Middlebury W, 70-66 Saint Lawrence W, 92-83 Central Conn. L, 78-68 $ Basketball Hall of Fame Tournament Buffalo State W, 73-69 NOTE: Date and location not available Vermont W, 69-65 Assumption L, 99-93 1969-70 (9-14) Saint Lawrence W, 102-86 Coach: Edward Markey AIC L, 88-78 Captains: James Cody, Peter Cragan, Vermont L, 86-85 Jack Russell Le Moyne L, 83-73 Sacred Heart L, 86-80 Merrimack L, 97-78 Holy Cross L, 103-81 $ AIC Holiday Tournament Middlebury W, 90-84 NOTE: Date and location not available Norwich W, 83-80 Amherst L, 63-59 1966-67 (23-4) Central Conn. W, 67-57 Coach: Edward Markey Northeastern L, 76-57 Captain: Dick Falkenbush Adelphi W, 72-65 Saint Lawrence W, 95-70 AIC L, 83-74 Norwich W, 103-90 Middlebury W, 61-58 Assumption L, 78-76 Saint Anselm L, 86-85 Middlebury W, 110-82 Springfield L, 91-79 Adelphi W, 93-85 Vermont L, 72-57 vs. Wesleyan$ W, 86-78 Assumption L, 104-89 vs. Saint Anselm$ W, 86-76 Saint Lawrence L, 90-77 vs. Central Conn.$ W, 84-83 (ot) Clarkson W, 110-91 Merrimack L, 101-97 Central Conn. L, 69-68 (ot) Stonehill W, 90-81 Norwich W, 75-57 Norwich W, 86-76 Southern Conn. L, 76-68 (ot) Hartford W, 102-83 Vermont L, 78-68 AIC W, 105-95 Bridgeport W, 77-67 Middlebury W, 99-81 Le Moyne L, 80-78 (ot) Central Conn. L, 109-96 (ot) Stonehill W, 85-80 Buffalo State W, 93-91 (2ot) NOTE: Date and location not available Saint Anselm W, 81-57 Colby W, 74-55 1968-69 (8-16) Vermont W, 96-78 Coach: Edward Markey Stonehill W, 106-96 Captain: game appointed Le Moyne W, 85-69 12/2 at Rhode Island W, 59-54 Vermont W, 95-70 12/4 Norwich W, 62-54 Hartwick W, 112-100 12/11 Middlebury W, 57-55 Clarkson W, 109-87 12/13 at Adelphi L, 59-57 Northeastern# W, 70-61 12/14 at C.W. Post L, 58-52 Assumption# W, 77-68 12/27 vs. Wagner$ L, 67-62 Long Island U.# L, 72-64 12/28 vs. Steubenville$ W, 62-43 $ Central Connecticut Holiday Tournament 1/3 at Phila. Textile L, 91-53 # NCAA Northeast Regional 1/8 at Stonehill L, 84-63 NOTE: Date and location not available 1/11 AIC L, 75-62 1/14 Saint Anselm L, 74-72 1965-66 (16-10) 1/15 at Middlebury L, 60-59 Coach: Edward Markey 1/18 at Central Conn. L, 102-71 Captain: game appointed 1/25 Central Conn. L, 85-64 Rhode Island L, 96-62 1/28 Vermont L, 53-52 Clarkson W, 80-72 2/2 at Assumption L, 89-76 Holy Cross L, 56-52 2/5 Saint Lawrence W, 95-75 Adelphi L, 92-77 2/8 Stonehill L, 62-56 Middlebury W, 102-79 2/10 at Norwich W, 61-38 Saint Lawrence W, 75-67 2/15 Southern Conn. W, 84-68 12/30 vs. Trinity (Conn.)$ W, 91-85 (2ot) 2/19 at Vermont L, 88-51 vs. Colby$ W, 80-78 2/22 Le Moyne W, 70-62 vs. Springfield$ L, 85-70 2/25 at Saint Anselm L, 95-74 Long Island U. L, 85-68 2/26 at Bridgeport L, 82-61 Stonehill W, 80-74 $ Le Moyne Christmas Tournament Colby W, 72-68 1/13 Norwich W, 83-68 1967-68 (16-8) Saint Anselm W, 68-67 Coach: Edward Markey Central Conn. L, 88-81

Hartwick W, 72-68 (2ot) Assumption L, 85-80 Merrimack W, 95-50 Vermont W, 76-71 (ot) 2/12 AIC L, 77-73 Norwich W, 93-84 Le Moyne L, 75-73 Vermont L, 93-92 (ot) New York Tech. W, 113-87 Hartford W, 106-93 $ AIC Tournament NOTE: Date and location not available, one win missing 1964-65 (21-7) Coach: Edward Markey Captains: Ed Kryger, Rich Tarrant Clarkson W, 109-69 Saint Lawrence W, 89-69 12/7 Norwich W, 105-71 New Hampshire W, 106-74 12/19 Holy Cross L, 99-75 New York Tech. W, 96-85 vs. Buffalo State$ W, 93-86 at Le Moyne$ L, 68-66 Long Island U. L, 90-86 (ot) Adelphi W, 97-77 Hartford W, 108-89 Norwich W, 107-88 Saint Anselm W, 81-64 Middlebury W, 85-49 Le Moyne L, 65-64 Assumption W, 99-98 (ot) Brandeis W, 67-59 2/6 Colby W, 87-69 Vermont L, 75-72 Merrimack W, 80-75 Middlebury W, 85-52 Vermont W, 94-69 Stonehill W, 92-75 Hartwick# W, 77-72 Assumption# W, 83-76 Akron% W, 101-87 Evansville% L, 93-70 3/12 North Dakota% L, 94-86 $ Le Moyne Christmas Tournament # NCAA Northeast Regional % NCAA National Championships NOTE: Date and location not available 1963-64 (16-9) Coaches: George “Doc” Jacobs (0-3), Edward Markey (16-6) Captains: John Jachym, Marty King Rhode Island L, 76-73 Holy Cross L, 87-69 Adelphi L, 68-63 Middlebury W, 89-52 Wilmington (N.C.) L, 96-87 W, 85-82 Frederick Mercer W, 91-69 Delaware W, 100-82 12/28 Loyola (Md.) W, 96-89 AIC W, 77-71 1/9 Norwich W, 90-71 Massachusetts L, 92-90 (3ot) New Hampshire W, 84-82 Saint Anselm L, 81-75 Le Moyne L, 75-71 Merrimack W, 108-61 Assumption L, 76-70 Norwich W, 105-77 Saint Lawrence L, 113-106 Middlebury W, 71-60 Stonehill W, 89-75 Brandeis W, 96-66 Vermont W, 78-77 Hartford W, 82-70 Vermont W, 84-74 NOTE: Date and location not available

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1962-63 (13-5) Coach: George “Doc” Jacobs Captains: Walt Baumann, Fred Cerrato Colby L, 72-66 Norwich W, 84-61 Middlebury W, 70-53 Holy Cross L, 60-51 Hartford W, 81-70 1/10 Norwich W, 78-53 Middlebury W, 87-50 1/15 Saint Anselm W, 70-68 Northeastern L, 62-56 Le Moyne W, 74-56 Assumption L, 68-62 Vermont L, 90-77 Stonehill W, 74-62 2/15 Vermont W, 88-62 AIC W, 84-68 Saint Lawrence W, 87-63 2/25 Merrimack W, 109-77 2/28 Adelphi W, 73-61 NOTE: Date and location not available 1961-62 (9-8) Coach: George “Doc” Jacobs Captain: Al Baldini Northeastern L, 63-52 Indiana State L, 79-62 Phila. Textile L, 87-84 (ot) Steubenville L, 87-67 Merrimack W, 91-60 Middlebury W, 82-69 1/20 Norwich W, 76-58 1/24 AIC W, 63-57 Colby W, 70-69 1/27 Saint Lawrence L, 76-70 Vermont W, 75-73 Assumption W, 59-55 Vermont W, 66-61 Saint Anselm L, 93-65 Le Moyne W, 64-62 (ot) Adelphi L, 89-80 Norwich L, 70-67 NOTE: Date and location not available 1960-61 (12-10) Coach: George “Doc” Jacobs Captain: Al Baldini Adelphi W, 73-61 Jacksonville (Ala.) L, 100-60 Phila. Textile L, 93-71 Atlantic Christian W, 79-72 Belmont Abbey L, 64-60 Muhlenberg W, 79-72 Colby L, 76-65 Middlebury W, 73-50 Providence L, 70-66 Norwich L, 61-56 AIC W, 70-55 Saint Lawrence L, 71-60 Vermont W, 51-44 2/11 Le Moyne L, 87-83 (ot) Middlebury W, 73-42 2/18 Saint Anselm W, 72-65 Fairfield W, 84-73 2/23 Adelphi W, 79-75 Assumption L, 80-76 Vermont L, 79-65 Dartmouth W, 78-71 Norwich W, 65-61 NOTE: Date and location not available 1959-60 (13-10) Coach: George “Doc” Jacobs Captain: game appointed Dartmouth Middlebury Saint Lawrence Norwich

L, 69-54 W, 88-66 W, 38-36 W, 81-61

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Assumption L, 78-62 Colby L, 66-64 Delaware W, 73-66 Columbia L, 76-61 Norwich W, 66-51 Middlebury W, 95-53 Vermont W, 74-61 Saint Anselm L, 75-66 1/22 Norwich W, 67-62 AIC W, 65-53 Le Moyne L, 83-69 2/6 Assumption W, 75-48 Vermont W, 63-60 (ot) Providence L, 64-51 Northeastern L, 73-66 Fairleigh Dickinson L, 84-69 Assumption# W, 73-50 Saint Anselm# W, 99-95 Kentucky Wesleyan% L, 99-55 # NCAA Northeast Regional % NCAA National Quarterfinal NOTE: Date and location not available

Year-By-Year Results

Rensselaer# W, 72-56 Adelphi# W, 97-58 Grambling% W, 84-76 Evansville$ W, 78-70 South Dakota! L, 75-53 # NCAA Northeast Regional % NCAA National Quarterfinal $ NCAA National Semifinal ! NCAA National Championship @ SMC Invitational ^ Quantico Marine Tournament NOTE: Date and location not available

1956-57 (18-7) Coach: George “Doc” Jacobs Captain: Bernie Cieplicki 12/3 Norwich W, 83-51 12/9 AIC W, 76-62 12/13 at Adelphi L, 87-86 12/13 at NYAC W, 69-65 12/18 at Quantico Marines^ L, 80-66 12/19 vs. Tampa^ W, 89-64 12/20 vs. Wabash^ W, 72-68 1/9 at Loyola (Ill.) L, 86-75 1/11 at Creighton L, 63-58 1/12 at Rockhurst L, 95-81 1/14 at Regis L, 85-73 1/16 at Air Force W, 85-69 1/27 Le Moyne W, 84-62 1/30 at Norwich W, 81-70 2/2 Northeastern W, 96-74 2/3 Fairfield W, 78-48 2/9 Middlebury W, 94-68 2/13 at Vermont W, 67-60 2/17 Saint Anselm W, 85-66 2/23 at Colby W, 87-51 2/28 Saint Lawrence W, 86-69 3/2 at Middlebury W, 94-66 3/5 Vermont W, 87-77 vs. Amherst# W, 80-63 vs. Rider% L, 69-68 # NCAA New England Championship % NCAA Northeast Region Championship

1958-59 (19-7) Coach: George “Doc” Jacobs Captains: Hank Gretkowski, Tony Nicodemo 12/1 Steubenville L, 81-63 12/6 Saint Lawrence W, 82-56 12/13 Middlebury W, 93-65 12/15 at AIC W, 79-73 12/18 Le Moyne@ W, 71-63 12/19 Vermont@ L, 69-63 12/31 at Maine$ W, 71-49 1/2 vs. Bates$ W, 68-44 1/3 vs. Colby$ W, 58-53 1/8 Norwich W, 88-48 1/14 at Norwich W, 57-42 1/16 at Middlebury W, 72-64 1/18 Saint Anselm W, 83-53 1/24 Le Moyne W, 58-52 1/26 Creighton L, 77-59 1/31 Colby W, 87-79 2/4 Vermont W, 74-45 2/6 Northeastern W, 75-56 1955-56 (17-4) 2/8 Fairfield W, 93-73 Coach: George “Doc” Jacobs 2/11 at Vermont W, 65-52 Captain: Bernie Cieplicki 2/16 at SW Missouri L, 82-63 Merrimack W, 70-48 2/23 at Kentucky Wesleyan L, 118-59 Le Moyne L, 68-58 2/26 at Adelphi L, 101-69 Holy Cross L, 85-65 N/A vs. Buffalo State# W, 53-51 Adelphi W, 81-72 N/A vs. Le Moyne# W, 71-70 Saint Peter’s W, 69-64 N/A at Evansville% L, 82-63 Vermont W, 81-64 @ SMC Invitational Massachusetts L, 84-82 $ Down East Tourney (Bangor, Maine) Norwich W, 84-50 Middlebury W, 67-64 1957-58 (19-7) Norwich W, 102-71 Coach: George “Doc” Jacobs Northeastern W, 92-63 Captain: Drew Denmead Colby W, 78-64 Norwich W, 74-68 Vermont W, 81-63 Adelphi W, 84-75 Creighton L, 73-72 NYAC L, 76-62 Clarkson W, 108-75 Fairmont State^ W, 85-57 AIC W, 73-70 Providence^ L, 68-53 Brandeis W, 100-82 Belmont Abbey^ L, 72-60 Saint Lawrence W, 90-66 Bowdoin@ W, 88-67 Middlebury W, 61-59 AIC@ W, 63-50 Adelphi W, 67-57 Adelphi@ W, 77-57 Saint Anselm W, 100-87 Northeastern W, 67-58 NOTE: Date and location not available Saint Lawrence W, 74-62 AIC W, 70-62 1954-55 (11-10) Fairfield L, 68-67 (ot) Coach: George “Doc” Jacobs Le Moyne W, 80-72 Captain: game appointed Norwich L, 60-54 Bates W, 74-59 Middlebury W, 88-55 Colby L, 68-67 Vermont W, 72-62 Northeastern W, 74-70 Quantico Marines L, 60-56 Fairfield L, 58-44 Saint Anselm W, 71-48 Adelphi L, 87-82 Vermont W, 82-57 Saint Peter’s L, 78-67 Middlebury W, 70-62 Clarkson W, 103-77

Saint Lawrence W, 96-82 Stonehill W, 93-53 Middlebury W, 70-69 Saint Anselm W, 76-73 Army L, 95-64 Vermont W, 88-66 Middlebury L, 87-73 Holy Cross L, 101-72 Le Moyne W, 74-66 Norwich L, 59-54 Vermont W, 73-66 Norwich L, 70-67 Saint Lawrence W, 85-70 AIC L, 94-81 NOTE: Date and location not available

1953-54 (11-9) Coach: George “Doc” Jacobs Captain: Robert Bolster 12/3 Paul Smith’s W, 79-46 12/9 AIC W, 82-69 12/12 Saint Lawrence W, 87-86 12/17 at Brandeis L, 76-73 1/7 Bates W, 77-55 1/13 Norwich L, 65-58 1/15 at Tufts L, 95-71 1/18 Middlebury W, 70-63 1/30 Bridgeport W, 89-84 (ot) 2/3 Vermont L, 77-58 2/6 at Colby W, 76-66 2/8 at Middlebury W, 86-76 2/10 at Army L, 91-64 2/13 Boston U. L, 66-65 2/17 at Holy Cross L, 89-67 2/20 at Paul Smith’s W, 87-65 2/21 Fairfield L, 79-78 2/24 Vermont W, 82-76 (ot) 2/27 at Norwich L, 77-72 3/1 at Saint Anselm W, 75-71 1952-53 (10-11) Coach: George “Doc” Jacobs Captain: George Barry 11/27 McGill 12/1 Paul Smith’s 12/8 at Middlebury 12/13 Brandeis 12/16 at Champlain 12/19 at Fairfield 12/20 at Bridgeport 1/8 at Norwich 1/10 at Saint Lawrence 1/14 Vermont 1/17 Middlebury 1/25 Saint Anselm 1/28 at Army 2/1 Arnold 2/4 at AIC 2/7 Colby 2/9 Norwich 2/20 at Boston U. 2/25 Vermont 3/2 Champlain 3/4 at Saint Anselm

W, 72-56 W, 92-43 L, 73-71 W, 84-77 L, 77-61 L, 68-50 L, 88-63 W, 62-61 L, 72-70 W, 59-57 W, 52-43 L, 46-44 L, 95-58 L, 73-67 W, 69-49 L, 78-68 W, 63-57 L, 66-65 W, 60-55 W, 71-55 L, 79-74

1951-52 (7-10) Coach: Barry Branon Captain: game appointed Saint Lawrence Rensselaer Middlebury Colby Champlain Brandeis Saint Francis (Pa.) 1/12 at McGill Middlebury Saint Anselm AIC Vermont

W, 77-57 W, 74-55 W, 87-48 L, 78-74 W, 68-46 L, 67-62 L, 94-61 W, 94-42 W, 74-53 L, 65-63 L, 67-52 L, 81-73

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Year-By-Year Results Arnold W, 87-68 Saint Anselm L, 75-64 at Tufts L, 75-73 Vermont L, 72-66 Champlain L, 69-52 NOTE: Date and location not available

1950-51 (19-4) Coach: Barry Branon Captain: game appointed Dartmouth W, 46-42 Champlain W, 83-56 Middlebury W, 78-43 AIC W, 76-32 Becker W, 60-48 Tufts L, 62-59 Taylor W, 91-80 Williams W, 51-46 Creighton W, 59-51 Loyola (Md.) W, 57-46 Rensselaer W, 71-49 Middlebury W, 66-46 W, 75-61 Texas Wesleyan Saint Anselm W, 73-51 Saint Lawrence W, 67-55 Norwich W, 60-42 Saint Anselm L, 57-44 Vermont W, 54-49 Springfield L, 64-53 Vermont W, 66-58 Norwich W, 76-45 Champlain W, 61-50 Le Moyne# L, 95-67 # National Catholic Invitation Tournament NOTE: Date and location not available 1949-50 (18-6) Coach: Barry Branon Captain: game appointed 12/1 Champlain W, 80-57 12/4 at Montreal YMHA W, 61-42 12/10 Becker W, 67-43 12/15 Saint Lawrence W, 54-51 12/17 Boston Coll. W, 56-48 12/20 at Hofstra W, 47-46 12/21 at NYAC L, 62-41 12/22 at Saint Peter’s L, 55-51 1/7 at Champlain W, 80-45 1/10 at Norwich W, 76-51 1/14 at Amherst L, 64-52 1/22 Saint Anselm W, 63-41 2/1 Middlebury W, 65-51 2/3 AIC W, 67-55 2/4 at Saint Anselm W, 77-67 2/8 Vermont W, 56-41 2/13 at Vermont W, 56-52 2/15 Springfield W, 57-42 2/16 Norwich W, 63-30 2/28 at Middlebury W, 70-49 3/1 at Williams L, 50-46 3/4 at Saint Anselm L, 89-62 3/11 College All Stars W, 52-45 3/28 vs. Iona# L, 71-55 # National Catholic Invitation Tournament

2/9 2/12 2/18 2/19 2/26 3/1 3/2 3/4 3/7

at Norwich at Saint Anselm at New Hampshire at AIC at Boston Coll. Middlebury at Williams at Clarkson Vermont

1947-48 (7-14) Coach: George “Doc” Jacobs Captain: Carl Coffey 12/3 Plattsburgh Teachers 12/5 at Clarkson 12/6 at Saint Lawrence 12/9 at Saint Anselm 12/12 Albany Teachers 12/16 at Dartmouth 12/17 at Middlebury 1/7 at Champlain 1/9 AIC 1/14 at Williams 1/17 at Siena 1/23 New Hampshire 1/31 Champlain 2/7 Boston Coll. 2/11 at Plattsburgh Teachers 2/14 at Norwich 2/17 Vermont 2/26 Norwich 2/28 Saint Anselm 3/3 Middlebury 3/6 Vermont 1946-47 (11-9) Coach: Phillip Ryan Captain: Steve Guter 11/29 Alumni 12/3 Plattsburgh Teachers 12/6 at Williams 12/8 at AIC 12/9 at Rhode Island 12/13 Albany Teachers 12/17 Middlebury 1/8 Champlain 1/10 at New Hampshire 1/11 at Saint Anselm 1/15 at Plattsburgh Teachers 1/17 Saint Anselm 1/18 at Norwich 2/5 Vermont 2/7 Norwich 2/12 at Vermont 2/15 at Champlain 2/18 at Middlebury 2/21 at Albany Teachers 2/22 at Siena

W, 55-36 L, 55-33 L, 60-37 L, 88-69 W, 64-45 L, 68-37 W, 56-40 L, 60-42 W, 49-40 L, 52-49 L, 59-36 L, 43-38 L, 43-38 L, 45-42 W, 43-37 L, 48-44 L, 58-36 W, 52-26 L, 58-53 W, 39-36 L, 73-56

W, 66-30 W, 72-30 W, 54-39 L, 69-51 L, 106-62 W, 51-36 W, 45-34 W, 64-44 L, 52-49 L, 85-53 W, 59-38 W, 79-73 W, 66-65 L, 53-45 L, 60-55 L, 80-56 L, 51-46 W, 67-46 W, 57-53 L, 48-19

1945-46 (9-4) Coach: Phillip Ryan Captains: Dan O’Rourke, Ted Stropyra Winooski Vets W, 64-32 Winooski Vets W, 38-36 12/5 Alumni W, 47-35 12/7 at Williams W, 40-38 12/13 vs. Providence# W, 64-61 (2ot) 12/18 Middlebury W, 73-36 1/11 Grenier Field L, 48-34 1/26 at Norwich W, 38-26 1/30 at Vermont L, 54-26 2/8 Norwich W, 40-34 2/15 AIC L, 73-39 2/20 at Middlebury W, 49-34 2/23 at Vermont L, 55-37 # at Boston Garden

1948-49 (14-7) Coach: Bennie Borgmann Captain: John Dean 12/2 Champlain W, 51-43 12/9 New England Coll. W, 56-32 12/16 Lowell W, 67-28 12/20 at Hofstra L, 59-49 12/22 at Saint Peter’s L, 56-54 1/7 at Champlain W, 37-33 (ot) 1/12 at Vermont L, 58-50 1/15 at Middlebury L, 55-52 1/22 at Amherst L, 39-37 (ot) 1/29 Norwich W, 57-28 1944-45 (4-6) 1/31 Clarkson W, 60-34 Coach: Rev. Ralph Linnehan 2/5 Saint Anselm W, 63-49 Captain: Bobo Birsky

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W, 83-52 W, 82-69 W, 71-59 W, 78-61 L, 44-36 W, 55-42 W, 63-52 W, 71-60 L, 52-43

12/13 at Williams W, 41-39 12/12 at Vermont 12/15 Clarkson W, 44-37 12/14 Saint Anselm 1/10 Middlebury L, 57-52 1/12 Norwich 1/13 at Clarkson L, 78-59 1/15 at Siena 1/24 at Middlebury L, 46-42 1/16 at Williams 2/10 U.S. Army Hospital# L, 64-61 1/19 Plattsburgh Teachers 2/12 AIC W, 53-50 2/6 Vermont 2/17 U.S. Army Hospital W, 53-48 (ot) 2/9 Springfield 2/21 Vermont Collegians L, 56-51 2/14 Middlebury 2/24 at Vermont Collegians L, 64-63 2/22 at Plattsburgh Teachers # at Plattsburgh, N.Y. 2/23 at Hartwick 2/24 at Albany Teachers 1943-44 (informal team) 2/26 at Norwich Coach: Rev. Ralph Linnehan 2/27 at Middlebury Captain: Bobo Birsky 1938-39 (6-8) 1942-43 (6-8) Coach: Phillip Ryan Coach: Phillip Ryan Captain: Jim Clark Captain: Jack Fitzgibbon 12/2 at Saint Lawrence 12/7 Plattsburgh Teachers W, 38-33 12/3 at Clarkson 12/11 at Saint Lawrence L, 52-28 12/6 Vermont 12/12 at Clarkson L, 70-53 12/12 Hartwick 12/15 Clarkson L, 54-29 12/16 Brooklyn Poly. 12/19 at Williams L, 35-28 1/10 Plattsburgh Teachers 1/12 Vermont W, 45-43 1/13 at Norwich 1/30 at Norwich W, 52-50 (3ot) 2/7 at Vermont 2/5 at Vermont L, 48-36 2/10 Middlebury 2/9 at Middlebury L, 44-37 2/15 at Plattsburgh Teachers 2/16 Norwich L, 52-51 (2ot) 2/16 at Hartwick 2/18 at New York Teachers W, 54-46 2/17 at Albany Teachers 2/19 at Siena L, 57-46 2/20 at Middlebury 2/20 at Plattsburgh Teachers W, 44-30 2/28 Norwich 2/23 Middlebury W, 48-44 1937-38 (7-7) 1941-42 (1-15) Coach: Arch Petras Coach: Phillip Ryan Captain: Jim Clark Captain: Jules Pequignot 12/3 at Clarkson 12/5 Plattsburgh Teachers W, 54-39 12/4 at Saint Lawrence 12/12 at Saint Lawrence L, 54-29 12/7 at Vermont 12/13 at Clarkson L, 53-41 12/10 Ithaca 12/18 at Williams L, 47-44 12/16 at Albany Teachers 1/10 Becker L, 49-39 1/14 Norwich 1/13 at Vermont L, 48-32 2/4 at Norwich 1/16 Norwich L, 50-44 2/8 Vermont 2/4 Vermont L, 46-36 2/9 Plattsburgh Teachers 2/6 Springfield L, 57-29 2/11 at Middlebury 2/10 Middlebury L, 49-33 2/17 at Plattsburgh Teachers 2/16 at Norwich L, 43-36 2/18 at Albany Teachers 2/18 Saint Anselm L, 34-27 2/19 at AIC 2/21 at Plattsburgh Teachers L, 55-53 2/25 Middlebury 2/25 at Middlebury L, 47-46 2/27 at Siena L, 43-42 1936-37 (8-7) 2/28 at Albany Teachers L, 46-38 Coach: Arch Petras Captain: Joe Burke 1940-41 (9-8) 12/4 at Clarkson Coach: Phillip Ryan 12/5 at Saint Lawrence Captain: Fred Coffey 12/7 Plattsburgh Teachers 12/6 at Saint Lawrence L, 43-36 12/11 at Vermont 12/7 at Clarkson W, 37-33 12/17 AIC 12/13 Plattsburgh Teachers W, 39-38 1/8 Albany Teachers 12/20 at Williams W, 31-24 1/16 at Norwich 1/7 Vermont W, 38-26 2/3 Norwich 1/10 at New Hampshire L, 57-45 2/5 Springfield 1/11 at Saint Anselm L, 39-28 2/9 Middlebury 1/18 at Norwich L, 54-51 2/15 Vermont 2/7 Norwich W, 78-58 2/17 at Plattsburgh Teachers 2/12 at Middlebury W, 46-36 2/21 at Middlebury 2/14 Brooklyn Poly. L, 51-47 2/25 at AIC 2/18 at Vermont L, 68-41 2/27 at Albany Teachers 2/20 at Siena L, 56-48 2/21 at Albany Teachers L, 63-62 1935-36 (7-6) 2/22 at Plattsburgh Teachers W, 63-56 Coach: Arch Petras 2/25 Middlebury W, 54-50 Captain: Barry Branon 2/27 Siena W, 51-49 12/7 at Norwich 12/10 AIC 1939-40 (9-7) 12/13 Plattsburgh Teachers Coach: Phillip Ryan 1/14 Norwich Captain: John Herbert 2/4 at Middlebury 12/4 at Clarkson L, 42-26 2/8 at Norwich 12/5 at Saint Lawrence L, 43-34 2/11 at Vermont

L, 42-39 W, 43-40 W, 51-24 L, 45-38 L, 57-53 W, 62-46 W, 61-56 L, 46-27 W, 49-30 W, 33-30 L, 35-33 W, 55-40 W, 35-31 W, 36-33

L, 42-36 L, 33-20 L, 30-24 L, 35-32 W, 35-25 W, 43-29 L, 25-23 L, 43-41 W, 45-18 W, 31-25 L, 31-29 L, 40-36 W, 35-25 W, 43-30

L, 53-13 L, 44-23 L, 28-21 L, 36-30 L, 39-33 W, 36-27 W, 42-28 L, 46-42 W, 47-34 W, 38-32 W, 32-27 W, 43-34 W, 47-41 L, 40-33

L, 49-39 L, 52-35 W, 44-23 L, 40-20 W, 42-34 W, 42-31 W, 29-20 W, 37-21 L, 37-16 W, 41-29 L, 29-27 W, 25-20 W, 32-27 L, 31-26 L, 38-29

L, 28-25 W, 31-29 W, 36-19 W, 29-26 L, 62-27 W, 45-32 L, 40-27

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L, 30-27 W, 45-13 W, 31-25 L, 51-32 W, 35-28 L, 31-24

1934-35 (4-14) Coach: Arch Petras Captains: Bob Meade, Phil Ruggiero 12/1 National Bread Co. L, 43-37 12/3 at Bard W, 43-23 12/4 at Long Island U. L, 65-13 12/5 at Brooklyn Pharmacy L, 43-25 12/6 at Panzar L, 35-25 12/11 Clarkson L, 39-23 12/15 at Norwich W, 29-21 1/11 at Springfield L, 32-18 1/12 at Coast Guard L, 38-12 2/5 Middlebury L, 40-23 2/8 at Middlebury L, 28-19 2/11 at Norwich W, 32-18 2/13 Norwich W, 43-24 2/15 at Vermont L, 21-20 2/19 Vermont L, 33-21 2/25 at Clarkson L, 46-29 2/26 at Saint Lawrence L, 39-27 2/27 at Oswego Teachers L, 39-26 1933-34 (7-9) Coach: Robert Carr Captain: Phil Ruggiero 11/28 National Bread Co. 12/2 at Clarkson 12/4 at Saint Lawrence 12/8 Norwich 12/14 Ithaca 1/8 at Norwich 1/12 at Albany Teachers 1/13 at Saint Stephen’s (N.Y.) 1/30 at New Hampshire 2/6 at Vermont 2/9 Springfield 2/12 at Norwich 2/15 Middlebury 2/20 Vermont 2/23 at Middlebury 2/28 Norwich

W, 41-35 L, 40-17 L, 34-27 W, 27-24 L, 42-36 W, 37-27 W, 28-23 W, 50-22 L, 34-21 L, 28-26 L, 52-21 L, 24-22 L, 41-36 W, 30-21 L, 53-30 W, 27-22

1932-33 (5-11) Coach: Robert Carr Captain: John Tierney 12/2 at Saint Stephen’s (N.Y.) 12/3 at Rensselaer 12/7 Ithaca 1/10 Vermont 1/14 at Norwich 2/1 at Vermont 2/3 at Saint Lawrence 2/4 at Clarkson 2/8 at Middlebury 2/10 Lowell 2/13 Norwich 2/16 at Boston U. 2/17 at Rhode Island 2/18 at Northeastern 2/25 Middlebury 3/1 New Hampshire

L, 37-35 L, 32-29 W, 35-30 L, 39-38 W, 29-24 W, 26-22 L, 43-25 L, 49-18 L, 34-28 W, 46-30 W, 33-22 L, 31-21 L, 46-37 L, 35-30 L, 41-26 L, 35-33

1931-32 (4-10) Coach: Robert Carr Captain: John Tierney 12/3 at Saint Stephen’s (N.Y.) 12/4 at Rensselaer 12/5 at Union 12/10 National Life 12/14 at Dartmouth 1/14 at Vermont 1/23 Middlebury 2/2 at Norwich

W, 33-32 L, 30-17 L 35-19 W, 44-24 L, 52-22 L, 29-19 W, 22-21 L, 33-24

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Vermont at Clarkson at Saint Lawrence Coast Guard at Middlebury at Vermont

1930-31 (2-12) Coach: Owen Murphy Captain: Jack Slattery 12/11 Clarkson 1/6 at Holy Cross 1/7 at Rhode Island 1/8 at Northeastern 1/13 at Vermont 1/17 at Norwich 1/24 at Middlebury 2/5 Vermont 2/6 Lowell 2/12 at Lowell 2/13 at Coast Guard 2/14 at MIT 2/17 Norwich 2/21 Middlebury

W, 22-11 L, 30-27 L, 29-20 L, 28-19 L, 32-25 L, 18-17

W, 32-19 L, 35-29 L, 42-35 L, 52-24 L, 22-21 L, 30-28 L, 24-22 L, 21-17 L, 28-23 L, 29-16 L, 43-23 L, 38-26 L, 32-30 W, 34-29

Year-By-Year Results

Coach: Leo Croteau Captain: Louis Perrotta 12/7 Norwich 12/9 at Saint Lawrence 12/10 at Clarkson 1/8 at Middlebury 1/11 Vermont 2/10 at Vermont 2/12 Middlebury 2/17 at Albany Pharmacy 2/18 at New York State 2/19 at Williams 2/23 Saint Stephen’s (N.Y.) 3/5 at Norwich

1925-26 (1-10) Coach: Jonathan Dasher Captain: Louis Perrotta 12/12 Norwich 12/15 at Vermont 12/18 Albany Teachers 1/8 Manhattan 1/14 Vermont 2/19 at Trinity 2/20 at Pittsfield (Mass.) BC 1929-30 (12-5) 2/23 Middlebury Coach: Owen Murphy 2/24 at Norwich Captain: Jack Slattery 2/27 Burlington KC 12/6 at Sutherland Club W, 49-28 3/2 at Middlebury 12/7 at Albany Pharmacy W, 33-32 12/13 Sutherland Club W, 44-32 1924-25 (4-13) 12/17 U.S. Naval Base W, 52-32 Coach: Leo Croteau 1/6 U.S. Destroyer F. W, 40-24 Captain: Pat McAlpine 1/15 at Vermont W, 29-21 12/10 at Seton Hall 1/18 at Norwich W, 31-29 12/11 at Crescent AC 1/21 Middlebury L, 34-31 12/12 at Trinity (Conn.) 2/6 Vermont W, 23-15 12/13 at Albany Teachers 2/12 at Conn. Aggies L, 39-28 12/18 Norwich 2/13 at U.S. Destroyer F. L, 40-27 1/10 Vermont 2/14 at U.S. Naval Base L, 40-38 1/12 at Middlebury 2/15 at Clark W, 35-23 1/17 at Vermont 2/22 at Middlebury W, 18-15 2/6 at Clarkson 2/26 Norwich W, 29-19 2/7 at Saint Lawrence 3/5 at Coast Guard W, 29-20 2/10 at Conn. Aggies 3/6 at Rhode Island L, 31-21 2/11 at Rhode Island 2/12 at Lowell 1928-29 (5-7) Lowell Coach: Owen Murphy at Norwich Captain: Hugh O’Brien at Middlebury at Saint Stephen’s (N.Y.) L, 46-28 Boston U. at Albany Pharmacy W, 34-28 at Albany Teachers L, 31-18 1923-24 (3-9) Norwich W, 41-23 Coach: Doc Lawlor Lowell W, 37-18 Captain: H. Delaney 1/16 at Vermont L, 27-23 1/9 Norwich 1/17 Coast Guard L, 43-30 1/18 at Vermont 1/18 at Middlebury L, 38-19 2/6 Middlebury at Norwich W, 43-35 2/9 at Clark 2/7 Vermont L, 33-29 (ot) 2/11 Villanova Middlebury L, 36-35 (ot) 2/16 Boston Coll. 2/19 at Vermont W, 36-33 (ot) 2/18 at Rhode Island 2/20 at Conn. Aggies 1927-28 (4-9) 2/22 at Albany Teachers Coach: Leo Croteau 2/26 at Middlebury Captain: Ed Connally 2/29 at Clarkson 12/9 at Albany Teachers L, 36-10 3/1 at Saint Lawrence 12/10 at Albany Pharmacy W, 28-24 1/7 at Norwich L, 42-24 1922-23 (9-8) 1/11 at Vermont L, 45-21 Coach: Bill Hammond 1/14 at Middlebury L, 47-25 Captain: H. Delaney 2/5 New Hampshire W, 43-28 12/4 at Albany Law 2/9 Vermont L, 61-21 12/13 at Seton Hall 2/13 at Mass. Aggies L, 26-13 12/14 at Rhode Island 2/14 at Trinity (Conn.) L, 34-16 12/15 at Harvard 2/15 at Coast Guard W, 35-30 12/16 at Clark 2/20 Middlebury L, 35-32 1/9 Vermont 2/28 at Clarkson L, 45-36 1/15 at Norwich 3/3 Norwich W, 41-37 1/20 at Middlebury 2/5 at Saint Lawrence 1926-27 (1-11) 2/6 at Clarkson

L, 29-25 L, 46-16 L, 39-32 L, 32-21 L, 50-29 L, 19-11 L, 45-42 L, 39-35 L, 33-17 L, 57-27 L, 61-27 W, 29-27

2/16 2/19 2/20 2/22 2/27 3/1 3/2

Lowell at Vermont Norwich Middlebury at New Hampshire at Conn. Aggies at Lowell

W, 51-18 L, 26-24 W, 51-16 W, 40-25 L, 34-15 W, 29-27 L, 45-22

1921-22 (11-5) Coach: Joseph Mullaney Captain: Frank Hale 12/2 at Albany Teachers 12/3 at Albany Law 12/10 Albany Law 12/16 at Rhode Island 12/17 at Northeastern 1/13 Northeastern 1/21 at Vermont 2/4 Norwich 2/11 Lowell 2/15 Middlebury 2/18 at Norwich 2/25 Middlebury 3/2 Boston U. 3/4 at Clarkson 3/6 at Saint Lawrence 3/8 at Vermont

W, 26-15 W, 17-12 W, 40-34 L, 30-25 W, 27-7 W, 53-20 L, 44-27 W, 35-20 W, 32-20 W, 32-22 W, 54-18 W, 61-27 W, 37-22 L, 32-20 L, 28-22 L, 35-22

L, 37-27 L, 40-18 L, 43-29 L, 60-20 L, 28-25 L, 37-10 L, 35-20 L, 34-25 L, 28-24 W, 35-25 L, 21-20 1920-21 (5-10) Coach: Rev. Ralph Linnehan Captain: Frank Hale 12/3 at Albany Law L, 18-17 12/4 at Albany Teachers L, 28-11 L, 38-16 12/13 at Boston Coll. L, 29-15 L, 47-8 12/14 at Rhode Island L, 27-26 L, 12-11 12/15 at Company E. L, 15-12 L, 26-16 1/12 at Vermont L, 20-11 W, 23-18 1/14 Goddard Seminary L, 22-15 L, 38-25 1/18 Montpelier Seminary W, 30-8 L, 39-24 1/31 at Montpelier Seminary W, 28-13 L, 41-16 2/11 Albany Law W, 38-22 L, 50-10 2/17 at Saint Lawrence L, 27-9 L, 40-7 2/18 at Clarkson L, 34-20 L, 52-22 2/25 Norwich W, 25-7 L, 31-23 3/2 Vermont L, 44-20 W, 27-14 3/8 at Norwich W, 24-17 W, 37-27 W, 25-23 1919-20 (5-6) L, 48-23 Coach: Doc Lawlor L, 66-37 Captain: Ralph Linnehan 12/15 at Saint Lawrence L, 31-17 12/16 at Clarkson L, 19-14 12/17 at Norfolk (N.Y.) AC W, 22-20 1/8 Saint Lawrence W, 27-16 W, 44-17 1/14 Saint Albans AL W, 30-7 L, 26-14 1/17 Goddard Seminary W, 33-11 W, 30-27 1/24 at Middlebury L, 36-15 L, 27-13 2/4 Norwich L, 26-25 L, 34-19 2/13 at Norwich L, 40-20 L, 45-30 2/27 Montpelier Seminary W, 38-22 L, 36-31 3/10 Middlebury L, 35-15 L, 35-16 W, 24-17 *NOTE: If you know of an omitted player L, 20-16 or inaccurate listing, please contact Sports L, 24-17 Information Director Seth Cole at L, 23-13 802.654.2537.

W, 18-13 W, 31-23 W, 34-23 L, 52-31 W, 32-26 L, 28-18 W, 46-14 L, 27-19 L, 24-21 L, 39-21

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Athletic Administration and Support

George “Doc” Jacobs (right) and Edward Markey ’51 are the two names synonymous with the pride and tradition of Saint Michael’s athletics. Jacobs, athletic director from 1947 until his death in 1968, led the Purple Knight basketball program to nine State Championships, five New England Championships, and three straight appearances (1958-60) in the National College Tournament. Markey, athletic director from 1968-97, led the basketball team to State Championships as both a player and coach, as well as the Final Four in 1965. They are second and fourth in program history in wins with 159 and 134, respectively.

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President Dr. John J. Neuhauser Dr. John J. (Jack) Neuhauser, enters his fourth year as the 16th president of Saint Michael’s College in 2010-11. He was named President on August 1, 2007, and was inaugurated on September 29, 2007. Neuhauser spent the two years prior to joining Saint Michael’s as University Professor of Boston College. From 1999 to 2005, he served as academic vice president and dean of faculties of Boston College. From 1977 to 1999, Dr. Neuhauser served as dean and professor of the Boston College Carroll School of Management. “I’ve come to know and admire Saint Michael’s College as a trustee for five years, and quite literally, to know this place is to love it,” Professor Neuhauser said, on being named the next president of the college. “The academic qualities of Saint Michael’s, its faculty commitment to scholarship and teaching, the enthusiasm and curiosity of its students, and its talented administration and staff, should put it in the first ranks of liberal arts colleges. That is the path I hope we will follow together,” he said. “I only hope to be able to continue the strong legacy of Marc and Dana vanderHeyden [Saint Michael’s current president and his wife] and their predecessors.”

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During his six years as academic vice president and dean of faculties of Boston College, Professor Neuhauser was responsible for leadership of the faculty in seven schools and colleges, containing 670 full-time faculty members, and nearly 400 part-time. During this time the number of full-time faculty increased by 50 and the number of endowed professorships more than doubled, to 45. Half the new faculty were persons of color. As dean of Boston College’s Carroll School of Management, Professor Neuhauser led a redesign of the MBA program to promote socially responsible, ethical management and to offer several joint degree programs: MBA-MSA, MBAJD and MBA-Ph.D. He is also credited with raising $20 million on his own for the Carroll School. A native of New York City, Dr. Neuhauser earned a bachelor’s degree in physics from Manhattan College in 1964, a master’s in operations research and statistics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1965, and a doctorate in operations research and statistics: mathematics, also from Rensselaer, in 1968. Professor Neuhauser is described “as an academic leader who strives for excellence first,” and as a person who is “very comfortable providing leadership within the framework of a strong Catholic institution.” Jack Neuhauser has been a member of the Saint Michael's College Board of Trustees since 2001. He is the father of three grown children. He has completed the Boston Marathon seven times.

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Athletic Administration

Geri Knortz, Ed.D. M’05 Athletics Director

On May 7, 1997, Geraldine S. Knortz, Ed.D., became the fifth athletics director in the College’s 93-year history, and the first woman to ever hold the position. “We were looking for someone with the leadership abilities to carry Saint Michael's into the 21st century, with concern for all students,” then-college president Marc A. vanderHeyden said. “I am convinced we have found the right person in Geri Knortz.” While at Saint Michael's, Knortz has guided the successful transition of the women’s ice hockey program to varsity status and the men’s ice hockey program’s move to the ECAC East Conference. Knortz has also been instrumental in the addition of numerous fulltime coaching positions, improvements to coaches offices, the renovation of the Ross Sports Center gymnasium floor in 2001, and the construction of the Duffy Artificial Turf Field in 2005. Under her leadership, notable team successes include the field hockey team’s semifinal finish at the 2000 and 2001 NCAA Championship, the men’'s basketball “Sweet Sixteen” appearance in 2001, and the crowning of the men’s hockey team as the 1999 NCAA Division II Champions. The last three years, the women’s tennis team earned the program’s first three appearances in the NCAA Division II Tournament, and the men’s ice hockey team was crowned Northeast10 Conference Tournament champions twice in the last three years. Knortz has been a member of many college committees at Saint Michael's including: strategic planning, athletic advisory, technology steering, administrative council, and numerous search committees. At the national level, she is past chair of the NCAA Committee on Women’s Athletics, the NCAA Division II Nominating Committee and the NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Committee for the Northeast District. She is also active with the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators. Knortz prepared well for her opportunity at Saint Michael's during a very successful 15 year career at Hamilton College, where she held the position of associate director of athletics and senior woman administrator. She was also a professor of physical education (tenured 1987), and coached two varsity sports: volleyball and softball. She is a 1974 graduate (magna cum laude) of the State University of New York at Cortland, where she earned a bachelor of science in physical education and mathematics. She went on to earn her master of science in education at Northern Illinois University in 1978, and a master of science in administration at Saint Michael's in 2005.

Chris Kenny ’86 M’98 Associate Athletics Director

Now in his third decade as a college employee, Chris Kenny - the College’s associate athletic director - is primarily responsible for NCAA compliance, marketing, development, and sport administration. Kenny is a product of Saint Michael’s, earning a bachelor of arts degree in journalism and master of science degree in administration and management at the College. After a brief stint as public relations director in the Cincinnati Reds and Philadelphia Phillies minor league systems following graduation, he returned to his alma mater to be the College’s sports information direc-

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Zaf Bludevich Senior Associate Athletics Director

A member of the athletic department since 1975, Zaf Bludevich has been involved in nearly every aspect of Saint Michael’s athletics since his arrival more than three decades ago. Bludevich has served as associate athletic director, head athletics trainer, summer camp director, intramural director and has coached several sports. From 1975 to 2003, he served as the College’s head athletic trainer, and in 2004 was promoted to his current title. A 1993 Saint Michael’s Hall of Fame inductee, Bludevich has served on numerous committees and received several awards for his tireless efforts and dedication to Purple Knights athletics. He has held the positions of treasurer and secretary on the Vermont Association of Athletic Trainers and been a member of the NCAA Ice Hockey Rules and Women’s Championship committees and ECAC Cross Country and Track Committee. Bludevich’s longest tenure in a coaching position was 16 years with the cross country program, though he split his time between the men’s (1980-83, 1990-97) and women’s (1980-87) squads. In 1984 and 1985, his women’s squad won the Mideast Conference title. He was the co-head coach of the men’s swimming and diving team during its first four seasons of existence (1974-78). In 1975, he coached the school’s field hockey team, and in 1990 he assisted Lou DiMasi’s men’s lacrosse team. A 1974 graduate of Norwich University (and 2004 Norwich Hall of Fame inductee), where he received his bachelor’s degree in physical education, he earned his master’s in education/athletic training in 1975. In 1991, he received a degree in physical therapy from the University of Vermont. tor, a position he held for eight years. Following his term as the school’s SID, he served as Director of Athletic External Affairs for two years, before being promoted first to Assistant, then Associate Athletic Director. A well-known face around campus, Kenny is a member of several committees, both on campus and in the outer realm of college athletics. A former member of the NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer Committee, he is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators, and the National Association of Athletics Compliance Coordinators. He is also a member of Leadership Champlain’s Class of 2005. A division of the Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Champlain is a prestigious year-long program focused on developing professional leadership and awareness of community issues facing Vermont. On campus, he is a member of the College’s Athletic Task Force, Athletic Advisory Council, and Judicial Review Board, and chairs the College’s Athletic Hall of Fame Committee. Kenny is also an active volunteer in and outside the Burlington community. He serves on the Vermont State Sports Council, is a member of the board of directors for Big Apple Basketball (a non-profit corporation committed to helping New York City kids achieve their dream of a college education), and volunteers for Vermont’s Camp TaKum-Ta (a residential summer camp for children with cancer) having served the camp as a member of its board of directors for 10 years. He is also the Executive Director of the Robert J. Kenny Memorial Golf Tournament, which endows camping scholarships at the Clara Barton Camp for girls with diabetes in memory of his late father, and is a member of the Barton Center’s “Friends of Barton.”

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Jim Murdock Head Athletic Trainer

Sports Medicine

Jim Murdock, an athletic trainer with nearly 30 years of collegiate experience, enters his second year as Saint Michael’s head athletic trainer in 2010-11. Murdock joins Saint Michael’s after spending 11 years as an athletic trainer at the University of Vermont, including five years as head athletic trainer and assistant director of the Center for Health and Wellbeing. As head athletic trainer, he worked with all 27 of UVM’s NCAA Division I varsity sports programs, and was the supervisor for seven full-time staff, two part-time staff, several student athletic trainers, and three athletic medi- The Athletic Training Room is located on the first floor of the Ross Sports Center, across from the gym. cine facilities. Prior to his time at UVM, Murdock was the director of sports medicine/head athletic trainer and assistant athletics director at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, N.J., from 1986-98. While at Monmouth, he developed a drug-education course and program for student-athletes, and also taught a variety of courses related to athletic training, health and fitness, and first aid safety. Murdock is a 1980 graduate of the University of New Hampshire with a bachelor of science degree in physical education/athletic training, and earned his masters of education in sports medicine/athletic training from the University of Virginia in 1991. He also has served a six-year stint (1980-86) as an assistant athletic trainer and head baseball coach at Washington & Lee University, an NCAA Division III institution in Lexington, Va. Jessica Moore Athletic Trainer Jessica Moore enters her fifth season as athletic trainer at Saint Michael’s in 2010-11. She assists in all of the College’s 21 varsity sports, and works primarily with the men’s and women’s ice hockey teams dur-

ing the winter. Moore received her bachelor’s degree from Castleton State College in 2002, earning her degree in sports medicine. While at Castleton, she was a senior athletic training student with men’s and women’s basketball, softball, baseball and women’s soccer. After graduating from Castleton, Moore was a graduate assistant at Old Dominion University, working primarily with the women's basketball team, which hosted the NCAA Women’s Basketball Regional Tournament in 2006. She received her master's degree in education from Old Dominion in 2006.

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Whitney Grennon Athletic Medicine Intern Whitney Grennon joins Saint Michael's for her first year as the athletic medicine intern in 2010-11. She will assist with the health care of the College's 21 NCAA Division II intercollegiate varsity sports programs. Grennon graduated summa cum laude from Norwich University in May with a bachelor of science degree in sports medicine/athletic training, and minors in biology, health-nutrition, and coaching. While at Norwich, she worked in the athletic training room for four years, where she actively assisted the College's athletic training staff. Grennon also was a four-year standout for the Norwich softball team, and three-year team captain. Grennon also served two years as president of the College's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

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Athletic Support

Seth Cole ’01 Sports Information Director

Jon Milazzo Equipment and Events Manager

Meggan Dulude ’07 Coordinator of Athletic Facilities & Student Workers

Stacey Peet Administrative Assistant

James Franklin Tickets Manager and Events Supervisor

Tony Bonvechio ’10 Sports Information Intern

Jon Milazzo, a native of Richmond, Seth Cole, a native of Blue Hill, Vt., has been the Purple Knights’ equipMaine, returns for his eighth year as sports ment and events manager since 1998. He is information director for Saint Michael’s in in charge of the purchasing and distribu2010-11. He handles all publicity and tion of all apparel and equipment for the media relations efforts for the College’s 21 College’s 21 varsity programs. varsity sports, and is the chair of the In addition, Milazzo is responsible for Northeast-10 Conference Sports the game management of each home athInformation Directors. He also served as the College’s baseball letic event and the operation of the college’s concession stand for coach from 2006-08. home basketball games. He also oversees a student work study staff Cole, a 2001 graduate of Saint Michael’s with a bachelor’s of 15. degree in journalism, returns following a 12-month stint with USA Milazzo is a graduate of the University of Hartford. Before Hockey in Colorado Springs, Colo. He first served USA Hockey as arriving at Saint Michael’s, he was an athletic equipment manager at The Brian Fishman Intern before being hired full-time as coordina- the University of Vermont for 17 years. tor of media and public relations. Mary Moreau Prior to joining USA Hockey, Cole spent the 2001-02 school Office Coordinator year as an Asa S. Bushnell intern with the Eastern College Athletic Conference in Centerville, Mass. Mary Moreau is in her 16th year as the As an undergraduate, Cole served internships with the Saint athletic department’s office coordinator. Michael’s sports information office and with the sports department She is responsible for coordinating travel of the Burlington Free Press. In addition, he also served as sports edifor every team and makes all necessary tor of The Defender, Saint Michael’s award-winning student newspaarrangements for home and away contests, per. including scheduling officials and transA four-year starter at second base for the Purple Knights’ varportation. sity baseball team, Cole won the George “Doc” Jacobs Award, given Along with Stacey Peet, she helps manannually to a student who makes an outstanding contribution to the age the day-to-day operations of the athletic department. athletic department at Saint Michael’s.

Stacey Peet is in her 13th year as administrative assistant to the athletic Meggan Dulude was named the department. She has several duties, includCollege’s full-time Coordinator of ing managing the day-to-day operations of Athletic Facilities & Student Workers on the department. She also acts as the athletJune 24, 2010. She is responsible for the ic department’s business manager. coordination of all athletics facilities and Peet, a well-known face on campus, is field requests, among other tasks. Dulude (formerly Meggan Roberge) often seen singing the national anthem at many of the men’s and was a standout pitcher for the Saint Michael’s softball team from women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, field hockey, and 2004-07, and holds nearly every pitching record in program history. men’s ice hockey home games.

James Franklin was named the head coach of men’s soccer, tickets manager, and events supervisor at Saint Michael’s College in April of 2008. Franklin has 12 years of collegiate coaching experience, most recently as an assistant coach for the University of Vermont’s women’s program in 2006 and 2007. Prior to joining UVM, Franklin was the men’s soccer head coach at Norwich from 2003-06. He played collegiate soccer at nearby Champlain College, where he earned his bachelor’s degree.

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Tony Bonvechio ’10 joins Saint Michael’s in the role of sports information intern for the 2010-11 academic year. He will assist with all public and media relations facets for the College’s 21 varsity sports programs. Bonvechio, a journalism and mass communications major with a 3.2 GPA, played baseball at Saint Michael’s for two years (and at Southern New Hampshire University for one season). As a senior in 2010, he led the Purple Knights with three home runs and a .472 slugging percentage while serving as the squad’s primary catcher.

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Facilities

The Saint Michael’s basketball teams and women’s volleyball team play in the Ross Sports Center (left), which was renovated in the summer of 2001. The gym has a seating capacity of 2,500, is highly regarded as one of the best Division II facilities in the Northeast, and has been dubbed the “Taj Mahal” of the Northeast-10 Conference. The Saint Michael’s men’s basketball team has recorded nine .500-or-better home records in the past 13 years. During that time, the Purple Knights have notched a 113-67 record at the Ross, including a program-record 16-1 home mark in 2000-01.

The Doc Jacobs Complex (left) is home to Saint Michael’s outdoor sports teams including The Ross Sports Center pool is home to the Purple Knights’ field hockey, soccer, softball, and baseball. The facility has an artificial turf field installed in swimming and diving teams. The 25-yard, six-lane pool is also the summer of 2005, a natural grass soccer field, and natural-grass softball and baseball the home of Green Mountain Aquatics. fields.

The Tarrant Recreation Center, named after the parents of former bas- The Fitness Center provides a wide variety of cardiovascular and weight-training ketball All-American Rich Tarrant ’65, offers students indoor basketball, equipment, including free weights, for all Saint Michael’s students, alumni, facultennis, racquetball and squash courts. It also has a 1/8 mile suspended ty members and staff. indoor track.

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hedule 2010-11 Sc Time Da te Opponent

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11/6 at Vermont (ex.) 1 p.m. 11/12 Stonehill Tip-Off Classic SMC vs. C.W. Post 5 p.m. Caldwell vs. Stonehill 7 p.m. 11/13 Stonehill Tip-Off Classic SMC vs. Caldwell 1 p.m. C.W. Post vs. Stonehill 3 p.m. 11/17 at UMass Lowell* 7:30 p.m. 11/20 Concor dia (N .Y.) 2 p .m. 11/23 at Franklin Pierce* 7:30 p.m. 11/28 at Stonehill* 3:30 p.m. 12/1 Souther n New Hampshire* 7:30 p.m. 12/7 Saint Anselm* 7:30 p .m. 12/19 at Queens (N.Y.) 1 p.m. 1/2 Bentle y* 3:30 p .m. 1/5 Saint R ose* 7:30 p .m. 1/8 at Le Moyne* 3 p.m. 1/11 Souther n Connecticut* 7:30 p .m. 1/15 at Pace* 3:30 p.m. 1/19 at New Haven* 5:30 p.m. 3:30 p .m. 1/22 Assumption* 1/25 at American International* 7:30 p.m. 1/29 Adelphi* 3:30 p .m. 7:30 p .m. 2/2 UMass Lo w ell* 2/5 at Bentley* 3:30 p.m. 7:30 p .m. 2/8 F r anklin Pier ce* 2/10 Mer rimac k* 7:30 p .m. 3:30 p .m. 2/12 Stonehill* 2/16 at Southern New Hampshire* 7:30 p.m. 2/19 at Merrimack* 3 p.m. 2/23 at Saint Anselm* 7:30 p.m. 2/26 NE-10 First Round 2 p.m. 2/28 NE-10 Quarterfinals 7 p.m. 3/3 NE-10 Semifinals 7 p.m. 3/5 NE-10 Championship 1 p.m. * Nor theast-10 Conf er ence contest


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