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2017-18 SOCON MEN’S BASKETBALL 2017-18 Southern Conference Men’s Basketball Media Guide On the inside

The Southern Conference 702 N. Pine Street Spartanburg, SC 29303 Phone:......................................................................................................... 864-591-5100 Fax: ............................................................................................................... 864-591-3448 Website: ............................................................................................. SoConSports.com

Conference staff John Iamarino ..................................................................... Commissioner Geoff Cabe ................................................ Senior Associate Commissioner Sue Arakas ........................................................... Associate Commissioner Doug King .................................. Associate Commissioner for Compliance Jason Yaman........................................................ Associate Commissioner Phil Perry .............................. Assistant Commissioner for Media Relations Ashley Waters.................................................. Director of Championships Holly Weber ................................................... Director of Creative Services Paul Lollis .................................................... Director of Video Productions Haley Shotwell .................................Assistant Director of Media Relations Neili Akridge ..............................Executive Assistant to the Commissioner Sarah Traynor .....................................................Championships Assistant Kelsey Gomes .............................................. External Operations Assistant Philip Marcello .................................................. Media Relations Assistant Mike Wood............................................................. Coordinator of Officials Southern Conference Officers President: Dr. Jameica Hill, Wofford College Vice President: Dr. Jeffrey Hugdahl, Mercer University

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2017-18 composite schedule ........................................2-3 2018 postseason tournaments ........................................4 2018 Southern Conference Championship ................5 Southern Conference History ........................................................................... 6-10 SoCon Principles ............................................................ 11 Hall of Fame ...............................................................12-13 Commissioner John Iamarino ................................... 14 Staff ..................................................................................... 15 Media Services ................................................................ 16 Teams The Citadel .................................................................18-19 ETSU..............................................................................20-21 Furman ........................................................................22-23 Mercer ..........................................................................24-25 UNCG ............................................................................26-27 Samford .......................................................................28-29 Chattanooga..............................................................30-31 VMI ................................................................................32-33 Western Carolina ......................................................34-35 Wofford........................................................................36-37 Home courts .....................................................................38-39 2016-17 year-in-review Year-in-review ...........................................................40-41 Individual stats ............................................................... 42 Team stats......................................................................... 43 Individual game highs ................................................. 44 Team game highs .......................................................... 45 All-time records and honors Individual records ....................................................46-50 Team records .............................................................51-54 Coaching records ........................................................... 55 Coaching history by school..................................56-57 Team annual leaders...............................................58-59 Individual annual leaders .....................................60-63 Yearly basketball awards .......................................64-66 All-conference teams .............................................67-72 All-freshman teams .................................................73-74 Players of the week .................................................75-77 Freshmen of the week ................................................. 77 Players of the month .................................................... 77 Yearly standings .......................................................78-84 SoCon champions ......................................................... 85 SoCon tournament results ...................................86-98 SoCon all-tournament teams ........................... 99-103 SoCon tournament records......................................104 National awards ...........................................................105 NBA players ....................................................................106 NBA draftees..................................................................107 Postseason history by school .........................108-109 SoCon in the NCAA tournament ...................110-111 SoCon in other national tournaments .................112

Credits Editor: Phil Perry Design: Phil Perry Cover: Phil Perry Editorial assistance: Jason Yaman and the SoCon basketball SIDs. Online services: www.issuu.com

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COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Nov. 10 (Friday) Oglethorpe at The Citadel, 3 p.m. SDN (Jamaica Classic) Bob Jones at Furman, 7 p.m. SDN ETSU at Northern Kentucky, 7 p.m. ESPN3 UNCG at Virginia, 7 p.m. ACCNE VMI at NC State, 7 p.m. ACCNE Western Carolina at Clemson, 7 p.m. ACCNE South Carolina at Wofford, 7 p.m. WMYA My 40/ESPN3 Mercer at UCF, 8 p.m. ESPN3 Samford at Arkansas, 8 p.m. SEC+ Chattanooga at Wyoming, 9 p.m. MWN (Cayman Islands Classic) Nov. 12 (Sunday) Toccoa Falls at Mercer, 2 p.m. Washington & Lee at Wofford, 2 p.m. The Citadel at Virginia Tech, 7 p.m. Nov. 13 (Monday) ETSU at Savannah State, 7 p.m. Western Carolina at Cincinnati, 7 p.m. Alabama A&M at Samford, 8 p.m. Chattanooga at UAB, 8 p.m. (Cayman Islands Classic)

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Nov. 14 (Tuesday) Elon at Furman, 7 p.m. Jackson State at Mercer, 7 p.m. VMI at Duquesne, 7 p.m. Nov. 15 (Wednesday) The Citadel at North Carolina A&T, 7 p.m. North Carolina Wesleyan at UNCG, 7 p.m. (UNCG Showcase) Hiwassee at Western Carolina, 7 p.m. Nov. 16 (Thursday) Hiwassee at Chattanooga, 7 p.m. Samford at LSU, 8 p.m. Wofford at California, 9 p.m. (Maui on the Mainland) Nov. 17 (Friday) Mercer at Liberty, 12 p.m. (U.S. Virgin Islands Paradise Jam) ETSU at Kentucky, 7 p.m. (Adolph Rupp Classic) Ferrum at UNCG, 7 p.m. (UNCG Showcase)

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Nov. 19 (Sunday) North Florida at Wofford, 2 p.m. SDN (Maui on the Mainland) Samford at Loyola Chicago, 3 p.m. ESPN3 (Savannah Invitational) Western Carolina at Minnesota, 4:30 p.m. FS1 (Barclays Center Classic) Mercer vs. TBD, TBD FloHoops (U.S. Virgin Islands Paradise Jam at Lynchburg, Va.)

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Nov. 22 (Wednesday) Wofford at Texas Tech, 6:30 p.m. Troy at ETSU, 7 p.m. (Adolph Rupp Classic)

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Nov. 24 (Friday) Furman vs. New Hampshire, 1 p.m. (Phil Knight Invitational at Nashville, Tenn.) Southeastern Louisiana at Samford, 2 p.m. (Savannah Invitational) UNCG at Wake Forest, 7 p.m. Western Carolina vs. UT-Arlington, 7 p.m. (Barclays Center Classic; Niagara University, N.Y.) The Citadel at Florida State, 8 p.m. (Jamaica Classic)

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Nov. 25 (Saturday) Furman vs. Northeastern, 3 p.m. (Phil Knight Invitational at Nashville, Tenn.) Fort Wayne at ETSU, 4 p.m. ESPN3 (Adolph Rupp Classic) VMI at American, 4 p.m. PLN Western Carolina vs. Alabama A&M or Niagara, 4/7 p.m. (Barclays Center Classic; Niagara University, N.Y.) Tennessee Wesleyan at Chattanooga, 7 p.m. ESPN3 Nov. 26 (Sunday) Hiwassee at Mercer, 2 p.m. Mississippi Valley State at Samford, 3 p.m. (Savannah Invitational) Wofford at UNC Asheville, 4:30 p.m.

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Dec. 5 (Tuesday) James Madison at The Citadel, 6 p.m. UNC Asheville at Furman, 7:30 p.m. Chattanooga at Marshall, 7 p.m. VMI at Davidson, 7 p.m. Samford at Memphis, 8 p.m.

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Dec. 6 (Wednesday) Northern Kentucky at ETSU, 7 p.m. Western Carolina at North Carolina, 7 p.m. Georgia Tech at Wofford, 7 p.m.

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Dec. 7 (Thursday) Elon at UNCG, 7 p.m.

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Dec. 8 (Friday) Southern Wesleyan at Western Carolina, 7 p.m.

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Dec. 9 (Saturday) Longwood at VMI, 1 p.m. Samford at Clemson, 3 p.m. South Carolina Stat at Furman, 4 p.m. Florida A&M at Mercer, 4 p.m. Johnson & Wales at Wofford, 7 p.m.

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Dec. 10 (Sunday) Charlotte at Chattanooga, 1 p.m. Hiwassee at ETSU, 2 p.m.

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Dec. 13 (Wednesday) UNCW at UNCG, 7 p.m.

ESPN3

Dec. 14 (Thursday) The Citadel at Campbell, 7 p.m. Montreat at Furman, 7 p.m. Southern Wesleyan at VMI, 7 p.m.

BSN ESPN3 ESPN3

Dec. 15 (Friday) Thomas University at Samford, 8 p.m.

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Dec. 16 (Saturday) UNCG at NC State, 12 p.m. Point at The Citadel, 1 p.m. ETSU at Xavier, 2 p.m.

FSSO SDN FSR

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Nov. 18 (Saturday) Presbyterian at VMI, 1 p.m. ESPN3 Bob Jones at Wofford, 1 p.m. ESPN3 (Maui on the Mainland) The Citadel at High Point, 2 p.m. BSN Furman at Butler, 2 p.m. FS2 (Phil Knight Invitational) Mercer vs. Drexel or Houston, 12/6 p.m. FloHoops (U.S. Virgin Islands Paradise Jam at Lynchburg, Va.)

Nov. 20 (Monday) Delaware State at ETSU, 7 p.m. (Adolph Rupp Classic) Furman at Duke, 7 p.m. (Phil Knight Invitational) Delaware at UNCG, 7 p.m. (UNCG Showcase) Alabama State at Chattanooga, 7:30 p.m. (Cayman Islands Classic)

Nov. 21 (Tuesday) Trinity Baptist at The Citadel, 6 p.m. SDN (Jamaica Classic) Ohio Valley at VMI, 7 p.m. ESPN3 Western Carolina at Massachusetts, 7 p.m. (Barclays Center Classic) Longwood at UNCG, 7:30 p.m. ESPN3 (UNCG Showcase) Jacksonville St./Savannah St. at Chattanooga, 7:30 p.m. ESPN3 (Cayman Islands Classic) Samford at Valparaiso, 8 p.m. ESPN3 (Savannah Invitational)

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Nov. 28 (Tuesday) UNCG at Presbyterian, 7 p.m. Chattanooga at Akron, 7 p.m. VMI at Charleston Southern, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 29 (Wednesday) ETSU at Fordham, 7 p.m. Winthrop at Furman, 7 p.m. Mercer at Tennessee, 7 p.m. Wofford at Coastal Carolina, 7 p.m.

BSN ESPN3 BSN

A-10 ESPN3 SEC+ Chant Vision

Nov. 30 (Thursday) Western Carolina at College of Charleston, 7 p.m. Dec. 1 (Friday) Marist at The Citadel, 3 p.m. (The Bulldog Bash)

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Dec. 18 (Monday) Asbury at Samford, 8 p.m.

ESPN3

Dec. 19 (Tuesday) The Citadel at Ohio State, 7 p.m. ETSU at Detroit, 7 p.m. UNC Asheville at UNCG, 7 p.m. High Point at Western Carolina, 7 p.m. Mercer at Alabama, 9 p.m.

BTN ESPN3 ESPN3 ESPN3 SEC

Dec. 2 (Saturday) UNCG at Liberty, 1 p.m. Radford at VMI, 1 p.m. Army/UMBC at The Citadel, 3/5 p.m. (The Bulldog Bash) Tennessee Tech at Furman, 4 p.m. Mercer at Memphis, 5 p.m. UT Martin at Chattanooga, 5 p.m.

BSN ESPN3 ESPN3

Dec. 20 (Wednesday) Furman at Tennessee, 9 p.m. Wofford at North Carolina, 9 p.m.

SEC ESPN2

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Dec. 21 (Thursday) Chattanooga at Jacksonville State, 1 p.m. Southeastern at UNCG, 5 p.m. Samford at Kennesaw State, 7 p.m.

SDN ESPN3

Dec. 3 (Sunday) Samford at Jacksonville State, 3 p.m.

OVC

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Dec. 17 (Sunday) Furman at UNCW, 2 p.m. CAA.TV Wofford vs. High Point, 2 p.m. (Mountain Classic at U.S. Cellular Center, Asheville, N.C.) Chattanooga at Tennessee Tech, 3 p.m. Mercer at LaSalle, 4:30 p.m. A-10 Western Carolina vs. UNC Asheville, 4:30 p.m. (Mountain Classic at U.S. Cellular Center, Asheville, N.C.)

Dec. 4 (Monday) Appalachian State at Western Carolina, 7 p.m.

Dec. 22 (Friday) Georgia Southern at ETSU, 7 p.m. VMI at VCU, 7 p.m.

ESPN3 CBS 6 Richmond

ESPN3 Dec. 23 (Saturday) Georgia State at Chattanooga, 1 p.m.

ESPN3

Dec. 28 (Thursday) Tusculum at ETSU, 7 p.m. Kennesaw State at Mercer, 7 p.m.

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COMPOSITE SCHEDULE/SOCON ON TV Dec. 30 (Saturday) *Western Carolina at The Citadel, 1 p.m. *Furman at VMI, 1 p.m. *Wofford at UNCG, 5 p.m. *Chattanooga at Samford, 8 p.m.

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Dec. 31 (Sunday) *ETSU at Mercer, 2 p.m.

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Jan. 4 (Thursday) *VMI at Wofford, 7 p.m. *The Citadel at Furman, 7:30 p.m. *Western Carolina at Chattanooga, 7:30 p.m. *ETSU at Samford, 8 p.m.

ESPN3 SDN ESPN3 ESPN3

Jan. 6 (Saturday) *UNCG at VMI, 1 p.m. *Mercer at Furman, 4:30 p.m. *ETSU at Chattanooga, 5 p.m. *The Citadel at Wofford, 7 p.m. *Western Carolina at Samford, 8 p.m. Jan. 10 (Wednesday) *Furman at Chattanooga, 7 p.m. *Mercer at Western Carolina, 7 p.m. Harvard at Wofford, 7 p.m.

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Feb. 3 (Saturday) *Furman at The Citadel, 1 p.m. *Chattanooga at ETSU, 4 p.m. *Wofford at Mercer, 4:40 p.m. *Samford at Western Carolina, 7:30 p.m.

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South Carolina at Wofford, 7 p.m. WMYA My 40 Wofford at California, 9 p.m. PAC ETSU at Kentucky, 7 p.m. SEC Furman at Butler, 2 p.m. FS2 Western Carolina at Minnesota, 4:30 p.m. FS1 Wofford at Texas Tech, 6:30 p.m. FSSW Western Carolina at North Carolina, 7 p.m. FSSO UNCG at NC State, 12 p.m. FSSO ETSU at Xavier, 2 p.m. FSR Mercer at Alabama, 9 p.m. SEC Furman at Tennessee, 9 p.m. SEC Wofford at North Carolina, 9 p.m. ESPN2 VMI at VCU, 7 p.m. CBS 6 Richmond SoCon Championship title game, 9 p.m. ESPN or ESPN2 *Southern Conference Game ALL TIMES EASTERN

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Feb. 8 (Thursday) *The Citadel at Chattanooga, 7 p.m. *Western Carolina at VMI, 7 p.m.

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Feb. 10 (Saturday) *ETSU at VMI, 1 p.m. *Wofford at Furman, 4:30 p.m. *Western Carolina at UNCG, 5 p.m. *Mercer at Chattanooga, 5 p.m. *The Citadel at Samford, 8 p.m.

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Feb. 12 (Monday) *ETSU at UNCG, 7 p.m. *Mercer at Samford, 8 p.m.

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On ESPN3/WatchESPN

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The SoCon will make 171 appearances on digital platforms ESPN3, ACC Network Extra and SEC Network+, all of which can be viewed through the WatchESPN app.

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Jan. 13 (Saturday) *Chattanooga at The Citadel, 1 p.m. *VMI at ETSU, 4 p.m. *Samford at Mercer, 4 p.m. *Furman at Wofford, 7 p.m. *UNCG at Western Carolina, 7:30 p.m.

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Feb. 17 (Saturday) *VMI at The Citadel, 1 p.m. *Furman at Samford, 2 p.m. *ETSU at Western Carolina, 2 p.m. *UNCG at Mercer, 4 p.m. *Wofford at Chattanooga, 5 p.m.

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Jan. 15 (Monday) *Chattanooga at Mercer, 7 p.m. *VMI at Western Carolina, 7 p.m.

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Jan. 18 (Thursday) *ETSU at Furman, 7 p.m. *The Citadel at UNCG, 7 p.m. *Mercer at VMI, 7 p.m. *Wofford at Samford, 8 p.m.

Feb. 20 (Tuesday) *The Citadel at ETSU, 7 p.m. *VMI at Furman, 7 p.m. *Western Carolina at Mercer, 7 p.m. *UNCG at Wofford, 7 p.m.

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Jan. 20 (Saturday) *The Citadel at VMI, 1 p.m. *Western Carolina at ETSU, 4 p.m. *Samford at Furman, 4:30 p.m. *Mercer at UNCG, 5 p.m. *Chattanooga at Wofford, 7 p.m.

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Feb. 23 (Friday) *Mercer at The Citadel, 6 p.m. *Wofford at ETSU, 7 p.m. *Chattanooga at UNCG, 7 p.m. *Samford at VMI, 7 p.m. *Furman at Western Carolina, 7 p.m.

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Jan. 24 (Wednesday) *Mercer at ETSU, 7 p.m. *Furman at UNCG, 7 p.m. *Samford at Chattanooga, 7 p.m. *Wofford at VMI, 7 p.m.

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Feb. 25 (Sunday) *Chattanooga at VMI, 1 p.m. *Furman at ETSU, 2 p.m. *The Citadel at Western Carolina, 2 p.m. *Samford at UNCG, 4 p.m. *Mercer at Wofford, 7 p.m.

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Jan. 27 (Saturday) *Western Carolina at Furman, 4 p.m. *The Citadel at Mercer, 4 p.m. *VMI at Chattanooga, 5 p.m. *ETSU at Wofford, 7 p.m. *UNCG at Samford, 8 p.m.

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Jan. 29 (Monday) *ETSU at The Citadel, 6 p.m. *UNCG at Chattanooga, 7 p.m. *Western Carolina at Wofford, 7 p.m. *VMI at Samford, 8 p.m.

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March 2 (Friday) SoCon Championship presented by General Shale ESPN3 5 p.m., 7:30 p.m. (U.S. Cellular Center; Asheville, N.C.) March 3 (Saturday) SoCon Championship presented by General Shale ESPN3 12 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 6 p.m., 8:30 p.m. (U.S. Cellular Center; Asheville, N.C.)

(171 games)

On Other Digital Platforms (29 games) Twenty-nine additional games will stream on other digital platforms, including various school and conference networks. Ten contests will air on the SoCon Digital Network.

TV/Digital key A-10 Atlantic-10 Network ACCNE ACC Network Extra BSN Big South Network BTN Big Ten Network CAA.TV Colonial Athletic Association digital portal Chant Vision Coastal Carolina digital platform CUSA.TV Conference USA digital network FloHoops FloHoops.com FS1 Fox Sports 1 FS2 Fox Sports 2 FSR Fox Sports Regional FSSO Fox Sports South FSSW Fox Sports Southwest MWN Mountain West Digital Network OVC Ohio Valley Conference Digital Network PAC Pac-12 Networks PLN Patriot League Network SDN SoCon Digital Network SEC SEC Network SEC+ SEC Network +

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Jan. 11 (Thursday) *Samford at The Citadel, 6 p.m. *UNCG at ETSU, 7 p.m.

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Feb. 7 (Wednesday) *UNCG at Furman, 7 p.m. *Samford at Wofford, 7 p.m.

Feb. 15 (Thursday) *UNCG at The Citadel, 6 p.m. *Chattanooga at Furman, 7 p.m. *VMI at Mercer, 7 p.m. *Wofford at Western Carolina, 7:30 p.m.

Feb. 1 (Thursday) *Wofford at The Citadel, 6 p.m. *Samford at ETSU, 7 p.m. *VMI at UNCG, 7 p.m. *Furman at Mercer, 7:30 p.m. *Chattanooga at Western Carolina, 7:30 p.m.

2017-18 Men’s Basketball Linear TV Schedule

March 4 (Sunday) SoCon Championship presented by General Shale ESPN3 4 p.m., 6:30 p.m. (U.S. Cellular Center; Asheville, N.C.) March 5 (Monday) SoCon Championship presented by General Shale ESPN or 9 p.m. ESPN2 (U.S. Cellular Center; Asheville, N.C.) *Southern Conference Game ALL TIMES EASTERN

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POSTSEASON TOURNAMENTS 2018 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE MEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP PRESENTED BY GENERAL SHALE The Southern Conference returns to Asheville, N.C., and ExploreAsheville.com Arena at the U.S. Cellular Center for the 2018 Southern Conference Men’s Basketball Championship presented by General Shale. The tournament is scheduled for March 2-5 at the 6,300-seat venue. Asheville served as the host of the SoCon tournament from 1984-95 and the championship returned there in 2012 after a 17-year absence. The oldest league tournament in the nation, the first SoCon tournament was held in 1921 and 2018 marks the 98th year of the postseason classic. Tickets for the tournament are available by contacting any member institution ticket office, the U.S. Cellular Center Box Office or Ticketmaster.

2018 SoCon Championship schedule Third-seeded ETSU downed No. 1 seed UNCG 79-74 in the 2017 final as the Bucs won their first SoCon tournament title since 2004 and seventh overall.

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First round (all games on ESPN3) March 2 (Friday) Game 1: No. 8 seed vs. No. 9 seed, 5 p.m. Game 2: No. 7 seed vs. No. 10 seed, 7:30 p.m. Quarterfinals (all games on ESPN3) March 3 (Saturday) Game 3: No. 1 seed vs. Game 1 winner, 12 p.m. Game 4: No. 4 seed vs. No. 5 seed, 2:30 p.m. Game 5: No. 2 seed vs. Game 2 winner, 6 p.m. Game 6: No. 3 seed vs. No. 6 seed, 8:30 p.m. Semifinals (all games on ESPN3) March 4 (Sunday) Game 7: Game 3 winner vs. Game 4 winner, 4 p.m. Game 8: Game 5 winner vs. Game 6 winner, 6:30 p.m. Championship (ESPN or ESPN2) March 5 (Monday) Game 9: Game 7 winner vs. Game 8 winner, 9 p.m.

Conference tournament longevity No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8.

Conference Years Southern 97 Atlantic Coast 63 Southeastern 57 Ohio Valley 53 Mid-Eastern Athletic 45 Big West 41 Big Sky 41 Missouri Valley 39 Sun Belt 39 Atlantic 10 39

ExploreAsheville.com Arena at the U.S. Cellular Center debuted a new floor (above) for the 2014 tournament.

2018 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship First Four March 13-14, 2018 UD Arena Dayton, Ohio Host: Dayton First and second rounds March 15 and 17, 2018 PPG Paints Arena Pittsburgh, Pa. Host: Duquesne INTRUST Bank Arena Wichita, Kan. Host: Wichita St./Missouri Valley American Airlines Center Dallas, Texas Host: Big 12 Taco Bell Arena Boise, Idaho Host: Boise State

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March 16 and 18, 2018 Spectrum Center Charlotte, N.C. Host: Charlotte

West Regional STAPLES Center Los Angeles, Calif. Host: Pepperdine

Little Caesars Arena Detroit, Mich. Host: Detroit Mercy

March 23 and 25, 2018 East Regional TD Garden Boston, Mass. Hosts: Boston College

Bridgestone Arena Nashville, Tenn. Host: Ohio Valley Viejas Arena San Diego, Calif. Host: San Diego State Regionals March 22 and 24, 2018 South Regional Philips Arena Atlanta, Ga. Host: Georgia Tech

Midwest Regional CenturyLink Center Omaha Omaha, Neb. Host: Creighton Final Four March 31 and April 2, 2018 Alamodome San Antonio, Texas Hosts: UTSA

2018 National Invitation Tournament First round March 13-14, 2018 Campus sites Second round March 15-19, 2018 Campus sites Quarterfinal round March 20-21, 2018 Campus sites Semifinals March 27, 2018 Madison Square Garden New York, N.Y. Championship March 29, 2018 Madison Square Garden New York, N.Y.


SOCON CHAMPIONSHIP 2018 Southern Conference Men’s Basketball Championship presented by General Shale

MARCH 2-5 • U.S. CELLULAR CENTER • ASHEVILLE, N.C. FRIDAY MARCH 2

SATURDAY MARCH 3

SUNDAY MARCH 4

MONDAY MARCH 5

No. 8 Seed Session 1, Game 1 March 2, 5 p.m. No. 9 Seed

Session 2, Game 3 March 3, 12 p.m. No. 1 Seed

Session 2, Game 4 March 3, 2:30 p.m. No. 5 Seed

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Session 5, Game 9 March 6, 9 p.m.

No. 7 Seed - OR -

Session 1, Game 2 March 2, 7:30 p.m. No. 10 Seed

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No. 4 Seed

Session 4, Game 7 March 4, 4 p.m.

Session 3, Game 5 March 3, 6 p.m. No. 2 Seed

Session 4, Game 8 March 5, 6:30 p.m.

No. 3 Seed Session 3, Game 6 March 3, 8:30 p.m. No. 6 Seed

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SOUTHERN CONFERENCE HISTORY The Southern Conference The Southern Conference, which is in its 97th season of intercollegiate competition in 2017-18, is a national leader in emphasizing the development of the student-athlete and in helping to build lifelong leaders and role models. The Southern Conference has been on the forefront of innovation and originality in developing creative solutions to address issues facing intercollegiate athletics. From establishing the first postseason college basketball tournament (1921), to tackling the issue of freshman eligibility (1922), to developing women’s championships (1984), to becoming the first conference to install the 3-point goal in basketball (1980), the Southern Conference has been a pioneer.

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The Southern Conference is the nation’s fiftholdest NCAA Division I collegiate athletic association. Only the Big Ten (1896), the Missouri Valley (1907), the Pac-12 (1915) and the Southwestern Athletic (1920) conferences are older in terms of origination. Academic excellence has been a major part of the Southern Conference’s tradition. Hundreds of Southern Conference student-athletes have been recognized on CoSIDA Academic All-America and all-district teams. A total of 20 Rhodes Scholarship winners have been selected from conference institutions, most recently in 2012-13, when former Wofford volleyball player Rachel Woodlee earned the prestigious award. The conference currently consists of 10 members in six states throughout the Southeast and sponsors 22 varsity sports and championships that produce participants for NCAA Division I Championships. The league added rifle, becoming just the second Division I conference to sponsor the sport, in 2016-17, and added women’s lacrosse for the 2017-18 campaign.

conference games for each league member. With 30 schools in the SIAA by the early 1920s, it was impossible to play every school at least once during the regular season and many schools went several years between playing some conference members. In addition, in 1920, the SIAA voted down proposed rules that an athlete must be in a college a year before playing on its teams and refused to abolish a rule permitting athletes to play summer baseball for money. Play began in the fall of 1921, and a year later, six more schools joined the fledgling league, including Tulane (which had attended the inaugural meeting but had elected not to join), Florida, Louisiana (LSU), Mississippi, South Carolina and Vanderbilt. VMI joined in 1925 and Duke was added in 1929. By the 1930s, membership in the Southern Conference had reached 23 schools. C.P. “Sally” Miles of Virginia Tech, president of the Southern Conference, called the annual league meeting to order on Dec. 9, 1932, at the Farragut Hotel in Knoxville, Tenn. Georgia’s Dr. Sanford announced that 13 institutions west and south of the Appalachian Mountains were reorganizing as the Southeastern Conference. Members of the new league included Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Florida, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Mississippi A&M, University of the South, Tennessee, Tulane and Vanderbilt. According to the minutes of the meeting, Dr. Sanford stated that the division was made along geographical lines. Florida’s Dr. J.J. Tigert, acting as spokesman for the withdrawing group, regretted the move but believed it was necessary as the Southern Conference had grown too large. The resignations were accepted and the withdrawing schools formed the new league, which began play in 1933. The Southern Conference continued with

membership of 10 institutions, including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Virginia, VMI, Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee. The second major shift occurred some 20 years later. By 1952, the Southern Conference included 17 colleges and universities. Another split occurred when seven schools – Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest – departed to form the Atlantic Coast Conference, which began play in 1953. The revamped Southern Conference included members The Citadel, Davidson, Furman, George Washington, Richmond, VMI, Virginia Tech, Washington & Lee, West Virginia and William & Mary. A third major shift occurred in 2012-13, when five members announced their departures and three schools were added. College of Charleston announced its decision to leave for the Colonial Athletic Association following the 2012-13 season, while Appalachian State (Sun Belt), Davidson (Atlantic 10), Elon (Colonial) and Georgia Southern (Sun Belt) announced they would depart following the 2013-14 campaign. At the Southern Conference’s 2013 spring meetings in Hilton Head Island, S.C., the league officially extended invitations to former members ETSU and VMI, as well as Mercer, to join the league for the 2014-15 academic year. Today, the league continues to thrive with a membership that includes 10 institutions and a footprint that spans six states: Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. Current league members are The Citadel, ETSU, Furman, Mercer, UNCG, Samford, Chattanooga, VMI, Western Carolina and Wofford. Leadership John Iamarino was officially named commissioner of the conference on Jan. 2, 2006. Iamarino has promoted the Southern

The Southern Conference offices are located in the historic Beaumont Mill in Spartanburg, S.C. A textile mill that was in operation from 1880 until 1999, Beaumont Mill was renovated in 2004 and today offers the league first-class meeting areas and offices as well as a spacious library for storage of the conference’s historical documents. Membership history On Feb. 25, 1921, representatives from 14 of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association’s (SIAA) 30 members met at Atlanta’s Piedmont Hotel to establish the Southern Intercollegiate Conference. On hand at the inaugural meeting were officials from Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute (Auburn), Clemson, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology (Georgia Tech), Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi A&M (Mississippi State), North Carolina, North Carolina State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech) and Washington & Lee. Dr. S.V. Sanford of Georgia was chosen as acting chairman and N.W. Dougherty of Tennessee was named secretary. The decision to form a new athletic conference was motivated by the desire to have a workable number of

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The original Southern Conference constitution, drawn up in 1921, is housed in the archives at the league office in Spartanburg, S.C.


SOUTHERN CONFERENCE HISTORY Conference through an ambitious agenda that has improved championships, upgraded compliance -related matters, launched the conference’s Hall of Fame, created the SoCon Academic Exchange and increased the marketing and brand awareness of the conference and its member institutions. He has also guided the league through its recent membership changes, ensuring the Southern Conference’s future viability and stability with the additions of ETSU, Mercer and VMI. The eighth commissioner in Southern Conference history, Iamarino spearheaded the effort to create the SoCon Digital Network, which launched in the fall of 2014, and the league-wide plan to have all 10 member institutions capable of producing ESPN3-ready content by 2017. Iamarino has also orchestrated the addition of three sports in the last four years, starting with men’s lacrosse in 2014-15. Rifle was added in 2016-17, and women’s lacrosse becomes the SoCon’s 22nd varsity sport in 2017-18. The addition of those three sports has attracted a combined 11 associate members.

L l o yd J o rd a n re p l a c e d Wa d e a s t h e commissioner in 1960 and served a 14-year term until Ken Germann became the league head in 1974. Germann was the commissioner for 13 years and orchestrated the league’s expansion to include women’s athletics. In 1987, he was succeeded by Dave Hart, who oversaw the transfer of the league office from Charlotte, N.C., to Asheville, N.C. Wright Waters succeeded Hart upon his retirement in 1991. Under Waters’ leadership, the Southern Conference expanded to 12 members, added three women’s sports and posted record revenue from the basketball tournament. Waters was followed by Alfred B. White in 1998. White, a veteran member of the NCAA office, introduced the current conference logo and elevated the conference’s commitment to marketing and development of corporate partners. Danny Morrison, who would go on to be president of the Carolina Panthers, headed the conference from 2001-05 and orchestrated the league’s move from Asheville, N.C., to Spartanburg, S.C. Under Morrison’s leadership, the conference increased its marketing and promotional efforts. Championship history The first Southern Conference Championship held after the formation of the league was the basketball tournament in Atlanta in 1922. The North Carolina Tar Heels won the tournament to become the first recognized league champion in any sport. The Southern Conference tournament remains the oldest of its kind in college basketball. Commissioner Germann spearheaded the Southern Conference’s expansion to include women’s athletics during the 1983-84 season.

The 2014 addition of VMI in Lexington, Va., extended the Southern Conference’s reach to six states across the Southeast.

That year, league women’s championships were held in volleyball, basketball and tennis. Cross country joined the mix in 1985, outdoor track and field was added in 1987 and indoor and track and field followed in 1988. The conference instituted golf and softball championships in the spring of 1994 and added soccer in the fall of that year. Women’s lacrosse will crown its first champion in May 2018. The Germann Cup, named in honor of the former commissioner, annually recognizes the top women’s athletics programs in the conference. From their humble beginnings, women’s athletics have become an integral part of the Southern Conference and its success.

top 15 in the last two. The Citadel, Chattanooga, Samford and Wofford each finished in the top 25 in 2016, giving the league four in the final poll for the first time since 2007. The Citadel and Chattanooga ranked 9-10 in the coaches’ poll and Wofford and The Citadel sat 9-10 in the STATS FCS poll to close the year. Th e co n fe re n ce h a s p l a ce d m u l t i p l e representatives in the FCS Playoffs in 28 of 33 seasons, with 16 championship game appearances and eight national titles. The Southern Conference has had at least one team reach the semifinals in 12 of the last 18 years and in 18 of the last 25 seasons.

The Southern Conference declares champions in 11 men’s sports – football, soccer, cross country, basketball, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, wrestling, baseball, lacrosse, tennis and golf – and 10 women’s sports – soccer, volleyball, cross country, basketball, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, tennis, golf, women’s lacrosse and softball. Rifle is a mixed sport.

In 2007, Appalachian State became the first FCS team to defeat a nationally ranked Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) team, when the Mountaineers defeated No. 5 Michigan, 34-32, on Sept. 1 before a sellout crowd at Michigan Stadium. Georgia Southern, in its final game as a member of the Southern Conference, downed the SEC’s Florida in Gainesville. The league picked up two wins over FBS teams in 2015, with Furman downing UCF and The Citadel stunning South Carolina.

Football The Southern Conference has also excelled as the premier Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) conference. Former Southern Conference member Appalachian State won the three consecutive FCS titles from 200507, becoming the first team to do so. The league boasts more than 250 players who have garnered All-America recognition and numerous national player or coach of the year awards. The conference had at least one team in the top 10 of the final FCS poll for 28 consecutive years (1985-2012), with at least two teams finishing in the final poll in every season from 1982-2013. Chattanooga has finished in the top 10 in each of the last three seasons, while The Citadel has finished in the

Prior to the conference’s reclassification in 1981, Southern Conference football teams appeared in a total of 36 bowl games, posting a record of 16-18-2. From 1925-30, league schools won five football national championships in a six-year span. There are nearly 60 former Southern Conference players and coaches in the College Football Hall of Fame. One of the most recognizable of these names is former North Carolina running back Charlie “Choo Choo” Justice, who helped guide North Carolina to three bowl appearances. He was a first-team All-America selection and the Heisman Trophy runner-up in 1948 and 1949. In 1949, Justice earned first-team all-conference honors for the fourth consecutive season, becoming the first

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The Southern Conference named its first commissioner in December 1950. Duke’s Wallace Wade made the transition from Blue Devil football coach to athletics administration as the first person at the helm of the conference.

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SOUTHERN CONFERENCE HISTORY player in league history to achieve that feat. He was a member of the league’s inaugural Hall of Fame Class in 2009. Another of the league’s football products that made it to the College Football Hall of Fame is Sam Huff of West Virginia. Huff was a three-year starter on both the offensive and defensive lines for the Mountaineers. In 1955, Huff earned first-team All-America honors on the field and was a first-team Academic All-American for his work in the classroom. He played 12 seasons in the National Football League for the New York Giants and the Washington Redskins. Also a member of the conference’s first Hall of Fame class, he was a five-time All-Pro linebacker and is also a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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Former Appalachian State coach Jerry Moore was enshrined in the College Football Hall of Fame in December 2014. The winningest coach in Appalachian State and Southern Conference history, Moore compiled a 21587 record in his 24 seasons at Appalachian State (1989-2012), including 10 SoCon championships, 18 postseason appearances and an unprecedented three straight NCAA Division I FCS/I-AA national titles (2005-07). In 1999, Georgia Southern’s Adrian Peterson captured the Walter Payton Award, presented annually to the Football Championship Subdivision’s most outstanding offensive player. Peterson, a four-time All-American who finished his career as the NCAA Division I leader in rushing yards with 6,559, will be the league’s next inductee into the College Football Hall of Fame when he is enshrined in December 2017. Furman’s Louis Ivory earned the Walter Payton Award in 2000, Georgia Southern’s Jayson Foster was presented with the 2007 trophy and most recently, Appalachian State’s recordsetting quarterback Armanti Edwards became the first two-time winner in Payton Award history after claiming the honors in 2008 and 2009.

Southern Conference members Alabama (1921-1932) Appalachian State (1971-2014) Auburn (1921-1932) College of Charleston (1998-2013) Cha anooga (1976-present) The Citadel (1936-present) Clemson (1921-1953) Davidson (1936-1988, 1992-2014) Duke (1928-1953) East Carolina (1964-1977) ETSU (1978-2005, 2014-present) Elon (2003-2014) Florida (1922-1932) Furman (1936-present) George Washington (1936-1970) Georgia (1921-1932) Georgia Southern (1991-2014) Georgia Tech (1921-1932) Kentucky (1921-1932) Louisiana State (1922-1932) Marshall (1976-1997) Maryland (1921-1953) Mercer (2014-present)

consensus All-American in 1994, ’95 and ’96 before going on to stardom with the Dallas Cowboys. Coakley won a pair of Buck Buchanan Awards, given to Football Championship Subdivision’s top defensive player each year. Terrell Owens went from catching passes at Chattanooga to a stellar NFL career. Western Carolina’s David Patten and Appalachian State’s Matt Stevens were both members of the New England Patriots’ Super Bowl champion team in 2002 and Patten also earned Super Bowl rings with the Patriots in 2004 and ’05. Appalachian State’s Daniel Kilgore appeared in Super Bowl XLVII for the San Francisco 49ers in 2013.

Appalachian State’s Dexter Coakley was a three-time all-conference selection and

Mississippi (1922-1932) Mississippi State (1921-1932) North Carolina (1921-1953) UNCG (1997-present) NC State (1921-1953) Richmond (1936-1976) Samford (2008-present) South Carolina (1922-1953) Tennessee (1921-1932) Tulane (1922-1932) University of the South (1922-1932) Vanderbilt (1922-1932) Virginia (1921-1937) VMI (1924-2003, 2014-present) Virginia Tech (1921-1965) Wake Forest (1936-1953) Washington & Lee (1921-1958) West Virginia (1950-1968) Western Carolina (1976-present) William & Mary (1936-1977) Wofford (1997-present) Bold indicates current SoCon member.

Basketball Men’s basketball was the first sport in which the conference held a championship. The league tournament is the nation’s oldest, with the inaugural championship after the formation of the league held at Atlanta’s City Auditorium in 1922 and won by North Carolina. Not only was the Southern Conference tournament the first of its kind, but the league also helped change the face of college basketball. In 1980, the league began a seasonlong experiment with a 22-foot 3-point field goal with the approval of the NCAA Rules Committee. Ronnie Carr of Western Carolina made the first 3-point field goal in college basketball history in a game against Middle Tennessee State on Nov. 29, 1980. Another college basketball tradition that originated in the Southern Conference is the traditional cutting of the nets by the winning team in important tournaments. According to USA Today, the practice of net-cutting originated in 1947 with NC State head coach Everett Case. As a first-year head coach, Case led the Wolfpack to the Southern Conference Tournament title. Case celebrated by claiming the nets as a souvenir to commemorate the event. Basketball coaching legend Red Auerbach gave credit to former George Washington coach Bill Reinhart, who coached in the conference for nearly 30 years, as one of the originators of the modern fast-break.

The Atlanta Memorial Auditorium was the site for the first Southern Conference Basketball Championship in 1921. The SoCon basketball tournament is the longest-running of its kind in college basketball history.

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West Virginia’s 10 tournament championships rank as the second-most in league history behind Davidson’s 12. The Mountaineers were led by the incomparable Jerry West from 1958 through 1960. West, a two-time All-America


SOUTHERN CONFERENCE HISTORY selection, spurred West Virginia to the Final Four in 1959. The Mountaineers lost in the championship game that season to California, 71-70, but West earned Final Four Most Valuable Player honors. West was a three-time Southern Conference tournament MVP, a twotime league regular-season MVP, and was twice named the conference’s Athlete of the Year. He went on to a spectacular career with the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association and was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1979. He was a 14-time NBA All-Star while with the Lakers. It is West’s silhouette that comprises the NBA’s globally recognized logo. Frank Selvy set the NCAA record for points in a game while at Furman. On Feb. 13, 1954, the senior scored 100 points in a game against Newberry, a record that still stands. Selvy was the Southern Conference Most Valuable Player in 1953 and 1954 and the league’s Athlete of the Year in 1954. He went on to a 10-year career in the NBA. Selvy and his former Lakers teammate West were both enshrined in the league’s Hall of Fame in 2009.

ETSU’s Keith “Mister” Jennings made his mark on the college basketball world in the early 1990s. Despite standing less than 6 feet tall, Jennings was a two-time all-conference choice and the league’s Player of the Year and Athlete of the Year in 1991. Jennings played with the Golden State Warriors of the NBA and was inducted into the SoCon Hall of Fame in 2016. Besides West Virginia’s team in 1959, the Southern Conference has been represented in the Final Four on two other occasions. North Carolina advanced to the NCAA championship game in 1943 before falling 43-40 to Oklahoma State. NC State finished third in the tournament in 1950. Davidson continued the record of success by advancing to the NCAA tournament’s Elite Eight in 2008 as coach Bob McKillop’s Wildcats came within a basket of making the Final Four behind the play of sophomore guard Stephen Curry. Curry, a two-time SoCon Male Athlete of the Year winner, led the nation in scoring as a junior at 28.6 points per game and has gone on to star for the NBA’s Golden State Warriors, earning league MVP honors twice and leading the Warriors to NBA titles in 2015 and 2017. He was also inducted into the SoCon Hall of Fame in 2016. Women’s basketball competition began in the Southern Conference in 1983-84 with seven teams. In the sport’s history, eight schools have won the league’s tournament at least once, with Chattanooga winning 18 and Appalachian State owning six titles. UNCG won the 1998

Since 1984, 10 different teams have claimed at least a share of the regular-season crown. Chattanooga has the most overall titles with 21, eight of them shared. Chattanooga also owns the most outright championships with 13. In 2017, Mercer guard Kahlia Lawrence became just the seventh player in league history to win the conference Player of the Year award twice, joining ETSU’s DeShawne Blocker (1993 and 1995), Furman’s Jackie Smith (1998 and 1999), Chattanooga’s Damita Bullock (2000 and 2001), Alex Anderson (2007 and 2008) and Shanara Hollinquest (2009 and 2010) and Davidson’s Sophia Aleksandravicius (2012 and 2013). Other sports In baseball, Wake Forest advanced to the championship game of the NCAA College World Series in 1949. The Citadel made history in 1990 by becoming the first military school to make an appearance at the College World Series. The Bulldogs were joined that season at the College World Series by future conference member Georgia Southern. One of the Southern Conference’s more famous baseball alums is Duke’s Dick Groat. The Blue Devil shortstop, who was also a basketball standout, was the conference’s Athlete of the Year in 1951 and 1952. He went on to a 14-year career in the major leagues and was named the National League MVP in 1960 after leading the league with a .325 batting average for the World Series champion Pittsburgh Pirates.

The Citadel’s Asher Wojciechowski (Houston Astros); Western Carolina right-handed pitcher Greg Holland (Colorado Rockies), a three-time All-Star who helped the Kansas City Royals to the 2014 AL pennant and their first World Series appearance since 1985, saving Game 3; and Wofford’s John Cornely, who debuted with the Atlanta Braves in April 2015. Most recently, UNCG’s Max Povse made his MLB debut with the Seattle Mariners in June 2017. In the summer of 2016, Mercer’s Kyle Lewis made league history, becoming the highestever SoCon draft pick when he was selected 11th overall by the Seattle Mariners in the MLB First-Year Player Draft. Legendary golfer Arnold Palmer competed under the Southern Conference banner as a collegian at Wake Forest. He took medalist honors at the Southern Conference tournament in 1948 and 1949 and was the tournament’s runner-up in 1950. Palmer was the medalist at the NCAA Golf Championships in 1949 and 1950. He went on to become one of the most accomplished golfers to play on the professional tour. Palmer won 62 tournaments while competing on the PGA Tour and added 10 more victories as a member of the Senior PGA Tour. A member of the SoCon Hall of Fame, he won eight major championships – four Masters, two British Opens, one U.S. Open and one U.S. Amateur. Furman golfer Dottie Pepper was named the Southern Conference Women’s Athlete of the Decade in the 1980s and was honored as part of the league’s 25th anniversary of

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Rod Hundley was another West Virginia star during the 1950s. “Hot Rod” made a name for himself as one of the most spectacular players to tour the league during his era. Hundley averaged 24.5 points per game in his three seasons as a Mountaineer and was an allconference and all-tournament performer in each of those three years. He was the Southern Conference Most Valuable Player and Athlete of the Year as a senior in 1957. He was the first player selected in the 1957 NBA draft and enjoyed a six-year career in that league.

tournament as head coach Lynne Agee became the first coach to take a team to the NCAA tournament in all three divisions – I, II and III. In 2001, Chattanooga head coach Wes Moore became the first coach in NCAA history to take three different teams to the NCAA tournament in all three divisions. After Moore’s departure to helm NC State following the 2012-13 season, Chattanooga hired coach Jim Foster, who was inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in June 2013.

Among Southern Conference alums to grace Major League Baseball fields have been Atlee Hammaker (ETSU), Jeff Montgomery (Marshall) and Mike Ramsey (Appalachian State). Other SoCon players to go on to play in the major leagues include third baseman Dallas McPherson (The Citadel), who played for the Anaheim/Los Angeles Angels, the Florida Marlins and the Chicago White Sox; pitchers Britt Reames (The Citadel) and Ryan Glynn (VMI), who both pitched with the Oakland A’s in 2005; Furman’s Tom Mastny, a pitcher with the Cleveland Indians (2007); College of Charleston’s Graham Godfrey, who pitched for Oakland in 2011 and 2012; Georgia Southern’s Everett Teaford, a pitcher with Kansas City from 2011-13; The Citadel’s Chris McGuiness, who made his MLB debut with the Texas Rangers in 2013; and Western Carolina’s Jared Burton, who played for Cincinnati and Minnesota in a career that spanned seven years (2007-14). The Catamounts’ Tyler White is the latest SoCon alum to make his MLB debut, as he first appeared for the Houston Astros in April 2016. Several SoCon alumni have played in the majors in the last three seasons, including College of Charleston’s Brett Gardner, who earned a World Series ring with the New York Yankees in 2009, and Michael Kohn (Atlanta Braves);

Appalachian State’s Mary Jayne Harrelson was the NCAA champion in the 1,500 meters in 1999 and 2001. She was inducted into the SoCon Hall of Fame in 2010.

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SOUTHERN CONFERENCE HISTORY William McGirt won the Memorial Tournament in June 2016 for his first PGA Tour win, while Western Carolina’s J.T. Poston, a two-time SoCon medalist and a PGA TOUR rookie in 2017, made his major debut at the U.S. Open in June. In track and field, Appalachian State’s Mary Jayne Harrelson won the NCAA outdoor title at 1,500 meters in 1999 and 2001, while UNCG’s Paul Chelimo posted runner-up finishes in the outdoor 5,000 meters in 2012 and 2013 and won a silver medal for the United States in the 5,000 meters at the Olympic Games in Rio in the summer of 2016. Samford’s Karisa Nelson made history in March 2017, becoming the Bulldogs’ first Division I national champion when she won the mile run at the NCAA indoor championships. Coaches and administrators The Southern Conference has also been a breeding ground for some of college athletics’ most recognized coaches and administrators.

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The SoCon’s eight FCS national titles and 16 finals appearances, including the 1999 and 2000 championships Georgia Southern won under the leadership of former coach Paul Johnson, are the most in Division I history.

women’s championships celebration in 200708. Furman’s Brandi Jackson won the NCAA Women’s Golf East Regional in the spring of 2003, while, on the men’s side, Chattanooga’s Stephen Jaeger was the 2012 champion at the NCAA Bowling Green Regional and has played in a pair of U.S. Opens, in 2015 and 2017. Chattanooga’s Steven Fox won the U.S. Amateur in 2012, going on to play in the 2013 Masters, U.S. Open and Arnold Palmer Invitational, among other PGA Tour events. ETSU’s Adrian Meronk represented Europe in the Palmer Cup in 2015 and 2016, becoming the first Polish player to do so, and helped the European side to the title in 2016. Wofford alum

Legendary basketball coaches Adolph Rupp of Kentucky and Everett Case of NC State both worked the sidelines in the Southern Conference. Rupp guided the Wildcats to a 30-5 mark during the 1931 and 1932 seasons. Yet, for all his coaching accomplishments, Rupp never led Kentucky to a Southern Conference tournament championship. Case mentored the Wolfpack to six consecutive Southern Conference tournament championships from 1947 through 1952. Lefty Driesell coached Davidson to Southern Conference tournament championships in 1966, 1968 and 1969. Driesell also won the league’s Coach of the Year award four straight times from 1963 through 1966. Former Georgia Tech coach Bobby Cremins earned league Coach of the Year honors three times in the late

’70s and early ’80s while at Appalachian State and again in 2010-11 as the head coach at the College of Charleston. Terry Holland saw his basketball coaching career take off at Davidson when he returned to his alma mater in 1970. Holland was honored as the Southern Conference Coach of the Year for three consecutive seasons from 197072 and led the Wildcats to the conference tournament title and an appearance in the NCAA tournament in 1970. J. Dallas Shirley, a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame, spent 21 years as the assistant to the commissioner and supervisor of officials in the Southern Conference. He also served as president of the International Association of Basketball Officials and the United States Olympic Basketball Committee. The legendary Paul “Bear” Bryant got his coaching start in the Southern Conference as he guided the Maryland Terrapins in 1945. Another famous Southern Conference football coach is the late Frank Howard of Clemson, who guided the Tigers as a league member from 1940-52. The incomparable Howard won 69 Southern Conference games. The Southern Conference has been represented on the sidelines at five Super Bowls in the past two and a half decades. Bobby Ross, who piloted the San Diego Chargers to the 1996 Super Bowl, was the head coach at The Citadel from 1973-77. Former Buffalo Bills head coach Marv Levy, who coached the Bills in four Super Bowls, directed former league member William & Mary from 1964-68 and was succeeded there by Lou Holtz. The Carolina Panthers, owned by Wofford alum Jerry Richardson and with former Wofford athletic director and SoCon commissioner Danny Morrison serving as team president, played in Super Bowl 50.

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Feb. 25-26, 1921: Representatives of Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi State, North Carolina, NC State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee meet in Atlanta, Ga., to form the Southern Intercollegiate Conference.

Dec. 7-8, 1922: At the league’s annual meeting in Washington, D.C., the name of the organization is officially changed to the Southern Conference. S.V. Sanford of Georgia is selected as the conference’s first president.

Dec. 8-10, 1932: At the annual meeting in Knoxville, Tenn., Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Louisiana State, Mississippi, Mississippi State, University of the South, Tennessee, Tulane and Vanderbilt withdraw to form the Southeastern Conference.

Dec. 8, 1950: Wallace Wade, who just completed a 16-year term as Duke’s head football coach, is named the first commissioner of the Southern Conference. The commissioner’s office is opened in Durham, N.C., on Jan. 1, 1951.

May 8, 1953: Seven members – Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, NC State, South Carolina and Wake Forest – withdraw to form the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Nov. 29, 1980: At the request of the NCAA Basketball Rules Committee, the Southern Conference begins a season-long experiment with a 22-foot 3-point field goal, thus becoming the first conference to employ that rule. Ronnie Carr of Western Carolina makes the first 3-point field goal in college basketball history in a game against Middle Tennessee State.

Dec. 3-4, 1981: The NCAA, at its fourth special convention in St. Louis, Mo., restructures I-A football. As a result, the Southern Conference’s eight Division I-A football playing members are reclassified to Division I-AA.

June 6, 1983: At a special meeting of the Southern Conference in Myrtle Beach, S.C., the league formalizes women’s varsity competition in basketball and volleyball beginning with the 1983-84 season. The executive committee also approves pilot women’s championships in tennis and golf for 1983-84.

Dec. 18-19, 1995: The conference announces that the College of Charleston, University of North Carolina at Greensboro and Wofford College have accepted invitations to join the league.

July 1, 2003: Elon University officially joins the league. VMI departs to join the Big South.

July 1, 2008: Samford University officially joins the league.

July 1, 2014: East Tennessee State University, Mercer University and VMI join the league. Appalachian State, Davidson, Elon and Georgia Southern depart.

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SOCON PRINCIPLES THE SOUTHERN CONFERENCE Preparing student-athletes for life’s challenges since 1921 Academics-Oriented • The SoCon has consistently ranked in the NCAA’s top 10 in the Academic Progress Rate (APR), the NCAA’s best indicator of graduation rates. • Nearly 50 percent of all SoCon student-athletes earn all-academic honors (3.0 GPA or better). Community-Based • Our student-athletes have a presence in the community and participate in many local charities, youth and educational initiatives. • SAAC members have conducted a Keeping Tabs on Kids initiative the past 10 years to benefit the Ronald McDonald House, which serves families of children undergoing lengthy hospital treatments away from home.

Diversity • This is a conference that takes great pride in the diversity of its institutions. • The SoCon consists of 10 members in six states, including four private institutions and six state institutions, two of which are military colleges. Geographic Integrity • The SoCon believes in the value of a geographic footprint that minimizes missed class time and maximizes fan travel to away contests. • The league extends across six contiguous states but still has a footprint that permits bus trips from one end of the conference to the other.

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Competitive Athletics • SoCon teams are highly competitive regionally and nationally. • In the past six years, football, baseball, men’s soccer and men’s golf have all sent multiple teams to NCAA postseason tournaments. • SoCon teams have won more FCS football titles (eight) than any other conference.

History & Tradition • The SoCon is the fifth-oldest Division I conference in America. • Great coaches and athletes from different eras have competed in the Southern Conference, from Bear Bryant to Lou Holtz, from Sam Huff to Terrell Owens, from Jerry West to Stephen Curry. Sportsmanship • For more than 30 years, the SoCon has presented an annual award to the program that displays the finest level of sportsmanship in the conference as voted upon by its peers. • The SoCon has one of the strictest policies regarding game ejections in all of college athletics. This is by design and emphasizes the priority of good sportsmanship articulated by presidents, chancellors and administrators. Student-Athlete Experience • SoCon championships are conducted in a way to provide a memorable and positive experience for all participants. • Scheduling decisions and tournament bracket formats determined by administrators and coaches consistently factor in the effect on the individual student-athlete and avoidance of missed class time.

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Southern Conference Hall of Fame Inductees Class of 2009 Name Megan Dunigan Dick Groat Sam Huff Charlie “Choo Choo” Justice Melissa Morrison Howard Arnold Palmer Adrian Peterson Frank Selvy Jerry West Valorie Whiteside

School Furman Duke West Virginia North Carolina Appalachian State Wake Forest Georgia Southern Furman West Virginia Appalachian State

Sport(s) Women’s Tennis Men’s Basketball, Baseball Football Football Women’s Track & Field Men’s Golf Football Men’s Basketball Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball

Class of 2010 Everett Case MaryJayne (Harrelson) Reeves Fred Hetzel “Hot” Rod Hundley Banks McFadden Wallace Wade *J. Dallas Shirley

North Carolina State Appalachian State Davidson West Virginia Clemson Alabama, Duke, SoCon SoCon

Men’s Basketball Women’s Cross Country, Track & Field Men’s Basketball Men’s Basketball Football, Men’s Basketball, Men’s Track Football, Administration Officiating, Administration

1946-64 1996-01 1962-65 1954-57 1937-40 1923-60 1967-88

Class of 2011 Dexter Coakley Lefty Driesell Regina Kirk Robert Neyland Vic Seixas Shannon Wommack

Appalachian State Davidson Chattanooga Tennessee North Carolina Chattanooga

Football Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Football Men’s Tennis Women’s Cross Country, Track & Field

1993-96 1960-69 1985-88 1926-52 1947-49 2001-06

Class of 2012 Angie Barker Percy Beard *Jim Burch Dick Modzelewski Paul Scarpa

ETSU Auburn SoCon Maryland Furman

Women’s Track & Field Men’s Track & Field Officiating, Administration Football Men’s Tennis

1987-89 1926-29 1967-11 1949-52 1967-11

Class of 2014 Rushia Brown Eddie Cameron Clint Dempsey Jerry Moore Charlie Teague

Furman Duke Furman Appalachian State Wake Forest

Women’s Basketball Men’s Basketball, Football Men’s Soccer Football Baseball

1990-94 1929-45 2001-03 1989-12 1947-50

Class of 2016 Stephen Curry Armanti Edwards Brad Faxon Keith “Mister” Jennings Karen Pelphrey

Davidson Appalachian State Furman ETSU Marshall

Men’s Basketball Football Men’s Golf Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball

2006-09 2006-09 1979-83 1987-91 1983-86

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Years 1999-02 1949-52 1952-55 1946-49 1989-93 1948-50, 53-54 1998-01 1951-54 1956-60 1984-88


SOCON HALL OF FAME Wake Forest golf great Arnold Palmer (left) was a member of the inaugural class in 2009.

The Inaugural Southern Conference Hall of Fame class at the induction ceremony, May 4, 2009: (from left to right) Sam Huff, Megan Dunigan, Valorie Whiteside, Melissa Morrison Howard, Frank Selvy, Barbara Crews (daughter of the late Charlie Justice), Dick Groat, Adrian Peterson and Jerry West. Not pictured: Arnold Palmer.

Furman’s Paul Scarpa; East Tennessee State’s Angie Barker; SoCon Commissioner John Iamarino, who accepted the honor on behalf of Maryland’s Dick Modzelewski; special contributor Jim Burch; and Pat Beard, son of posthumous inductee Percy Beard of Auburn, at the 2012 induction ceremony.

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Davidson’s Fred Hetzel (left) received his Hall of Fame plaque from SoCon Commissioner John Iamarino in Hilton Head Island, S.C., on June 1, 2010. Wimbledon and U.S. Open tennis champion Vic Seixas of North Carolina (right) was inducted in 2011.

Appalachian State’s Jerry Moore (second from left) and Furman’s Rushia Brown (far right) were among the five honored in the 2014 class. Duke’s Eddie Cameron, whose family accepted the award on his behalf (center), and Wake Forest’s Charlie Teague were honored posthumously. Furman’s Clint Dempsey was unable to attend the ceremony.

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SOUTHERN CONFERENCE STAFF JOHN IAMARINO COMMISSIONER Now in his 39th year in collegiate athletics, John Iamarino was named the eighth commissioner in Southern Conference history on Jan. 2, 2006. Since then, the Conference has signed an agreement to produce more than 1,800 live events for ESPN3; launched the SoCon Digital Network, which annually carries hundreds of live events; created a Southern Conference Hall of Fame featuring the likes of Jerry West, Arnold Palmer, Sam Huff and Steph Curry; increased the number of championship sports to 22; successfully returned the men’s and women’s basketball championships to the city of Asheville; and emerged from all the NCAA conference realignment with 10 strong institutions in a relatively compact geographic footprint.

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In 2016-17, Iamarino led the Southern Conference to one of its most competitive seasons in recent years. Four SoCon football teams qualified for the Division I FCS playoffs. The league had its first at-large representative in the NCAA men’s soccer tournament in five years. Samford’s Karisa Nelson won the mile run at the NCAA indoor track & field championships. Men’s basketball posted the best overall RPI the conference has had in 15 years, and the Furman women’s golf team was ranked in the top 10 nationally for most of the season. The SoCon has consistently ranked among the leaders in all of Division I in the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate (APR), a predictor of graduation rates. To build on the academic reputation of the league, the SoCon Academic Exchange was created in 2014-15. Through the efforts of the chief academic officers and provosts, the Academic Exchange has initiated a leadership, education and development program for faculty, as well as the first undergraduate research forum in the conference’s history. Iamarino also advocated for creation of the league’s Pinnacle Award in 2016. The award is presented to the student-athlete on the championship-winning team in each SoCon sport with the highest cumulative grade point average (GPA). Iamarino, 62, has spent the past 33 years at the conference level, working at both the Sun Belt and Northeast conferences. Prior to joining the SoCon, he served as Commissioner of the Northeast Conference for nine years. During that time, the league launched its first website, approved athletic aid in the sport of football,

increased television coverage from 12 to 30 basketball games, started its first coverage of football on regional television, and initiated more concentrated marketing and merchandising efforts than in the past. At the Sun Belt, he spent 13 years in a variety of publicity, compliance and administrative positions, rising to the level of Associate Commissioner in 1988. When the original Sun Belt merged with the then-American South Conference in 1991, Iamarino was the lone staffer from the original organization to move to the new Sun Belt, heading the transition team for the first true merger of two Division I conferences. He entered the field of intercollegiate athletics as assistant sports information director at Georgetown University in 1979 before moving on to become sports information director at Jacksonville University for three years. He has been actively involved in a number of NCAA committees. He most recently served as chair of the Playing Rules Oversight Panel (PROP). Previously, he was a member of the Baseball Rules Committee and FCS Football Governance Committee and has served on several sub-committees of the Collegiate Commissioners Association (CCA). Iamarino is a native of Monsey, New York, and a 1977 graduate of St. Bonaventure University, where he earned magna cum laude honors majoring in journalism. An amateur baseball historian, he is a member of the Society for American Baseball Research and has written articles for SABR as well as Baseball Digest magazine. He resides in Spartanburg, South Carolina, with his wife, Mary Ann, and their son, PJ.

Iamarino At-A-Glance HOMETOWN: Monsey, N.Y. EDUCATION: B.A., St. Bonaventure, 1977 EXPERIENCE: Assistant sports information director, Georgetown, 1979-81 Sports information director, Jacksonville, 1981-84 Media relations director, Sun Belt Conference, 1984-88 Assistant commissioner, Sun Belt Conference, 1988-91 Associate commissioner, Sun Belt Conference, 1991-97 Commissioner, Northeast Conference, 1997-06 Commissioner, Southern Conference, 2006-present

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE COMMISSIONERS

Wallace Wade 1951-60

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Lloyd Jordan 1960-73

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Ken Germann 1974-86

Dave Hart Sr. 1986-91

Wright Waters 1991-98

Alfred White 1998-2001

Danny Morrison 2001-05


SOUTHERN CONFERENCE STAFF

Sue Arakas

Doug King

Jason Yaman

Phil Perry

Associate Commissioner

Associate Commissioner for Compliance

Associate Commissioner

Assistant Commissioner for Media Relations

Ashley Waters

Holly Weber

Paul Lollis

Neili Akridge

Haley Shotwell

Director of Championships

Director of Creative Services

Director of Video Productions

Executive Assistant to the Commissioner

Assistant Director of Media Relations

Sarah Traynor

Kelsey Gomes

Philip Marcello

Championships Assistant

External Operations Assistant

Media Relations Assistant

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Geoff Cabe Senior Associate Commissioner

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE STAFF DIRECTORY 702 N. Pine St.; Spartanburg, SC 29303 Administrative FAX 864-591-4282 Position Commissioner Senior Associate Commissioner Associate Commissioner Associate Commissioner for Compliance Associate Commissioner Assistant Commissioner for Media Relations Director of Championships Director of Creative Services Director of Video Productions Assistant Director of Media Relations Executive Assistant to the Commissioner Championships Assistant External Operations Assistant Media Relations Assistant

Office phone 864-591-5100 Media relations FAX 864-591-3448 Name John Iamarino Geoff Cabe Sue Arakas Doug King Jason Yaman Phil Perry Ashley Waters Holly Weber Paul Lollis Haley Shotwell Neili Akridge Sarah Traynor Kelsey Gomes Philip Marcello

Email jiamarino@socon.org gcabe@socon.org sarakas@socon.org dking@socon.org jyaman@socon.org pperry@socon.org awaters@socon.org hweber@socon.org plollis@socon.org hshotwell@socon.org nakridge@socon.org straynor@socon.org kgomes@socon.org pmarcello@socon.org

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MEDIA RELATIONS Southern Conference 702 N. Pine Street Spartanburg, S.C. 29303 www.SoConSports.com

Southern Conference Media Relations Staff

Press releases The Southern Conference utilizes email and the league’s website (www.SoConSports.com) to distribute information, press releases, notes and statistics. If you wish to be added to the distribution list, please contact a member of the media relations staff.

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ESPN3 In the summer of 2015, the Southern Conference and ESPN reached an agreement on a six-year contract running through the 2020-21 academic year, when the league will celebrate its 100th anniversary. Over the course of the six years, a minimum of 1,900 live events will be produced by the league and its members that will receive national coverage on ESPN3. In the final four years of the contract, a minimum of 45 SoCon football games and 200 league basketball games will appear on ESPN3 each season. SoCon Digital Network The SoCon Digital Network, a league-wide digital network available free of charge to consumers on multiple devices, including smartphones, tablets, laptops and PCs, launched in the fall of 2014. The SoCon Digital Network broadcasts intra-conference games, across several sports, not selected by national or regional networks. Archived or VOD (Video on Demand) content is also available and housed primarily on institutional websites. SoCon Players of the Week The Southern Conference selects players of the week throughout the season. The honorees will be announced on Tuesdays and will be available on the conference’s website (www.SoConSports.com) or by contacting the conference office. Postseason awards Following the conclusion of the regular season, voting is conducted on the all-conference teams by both the league’s coaches and members of the Southern Conference Sports Media Association (SCSMA). Both organizations select a first team, second team and third team, each of which includes five players. Both groups select a Player of the Year,

Haley Shotwell Assistant Director of Media Relations Office: 864-591-5100 Cell: 864-415-1084 Fax: 864-591-3448 hshotwell@socon.org

Phil Perry Asst. Commissioner for Media Relations Office: 864-591-5100 Cell: 864-525-5174 Fax: 864-591-3448 pperry@socon.org

Responsibilities: Administration, Publications, Academic Awards, Website, Football, Men’s Basketball, Men’s and Women’s Track and Field, Men’s Golf and Men’s Lacrosse

Responsibilities: Volleyball, Men’s and Women’s Cross Country, Women’s Basketball, Men’s and Women’s Tennis, Softball

Philip Marcello Media Relations Assistant Office: 864-591-5100 Cell: 804-381-1193 Fax: 864-591-3448 pmarcello@socon.org

Responsibilities: FCS Coaches Poll, Men’s and Women’s Soccer, Rifle, Wrestling, Baseball, Women’s Golf and Women’s Lacrosse

Freshman of the Year, Coach of the Year and an allfreshman team, while the coaches also tab a Defensive Player of the Year. Southern Conference on the Web Visit the Southern Conference’s official website at www.SoConSports.com. Information related to men’s basketball and the conference’s other 20 sports can be found on the site, including up-todate statistics, standings, weekly releases and game recaps. Video streaming of select championships and regular-season contests is also available.

Southern Conference Sports Media Association (SCSMA) The Southern Conference Sports Media Association (SCSMA) is an independent organization of conference sportswriters, sportscasters and media relations staff who further the institutions that comprise the Southern Conference. The organization annually selects and recognizes all-conference football, men’s and women’s basketball and baseball teams as well as coach of the year, player of the year and freshman of the year for each sport. The organization also works toward the best interests of its members to increase knowledge and prestige of the league.

SoCon Men’s Basketball Media Relations Directory School The Citadel ETSU Furman Mercer UNCG Samford Chattanooga VMI Western Carolina Wofford Southern Conference

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Website CitadelSports.com ETSUBucs.com FurmanPaladins.com MercerBears.com UNCGSpartans.com SamfordSports.com GoMocs.com VMIKeydets.com CatamountSports.com WoffordTerriers.com SoConSports.com

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Media Relations Milledge Austin Michael White Jordan Caskey Will Tharp Matt McCollester Zac Schrieber Jim Horten Wade Branner Sean Forrester Hannah Bradley Phil Perry

Email maustin7@citadel.edu whitem@etsu.edu jordan.caskey@furman.edu tharp_wb@mercer.edu matt.mccollester@uncg.edu zdschrie@samford.edu james-horten@utc.edu brannerwh@vmi.edu stforrester@email.wcu.edu bradleymh@wofford.edu pperry@socon.org

Office Phone 843-953-6567 423-439-4220 864-294-3065 478-301-5218 336-334-5615 205-726-2802 423-425-2350 540-464-7515 828-227-2655 864-597-4092 864-591-5100

Press Row Phone 843-953-2138 423-439-5329 864-294-3620 478-733-0638 336-218-5343 205-726-2377 423-756-5476 540-463-6725 828-227-2129 864-597-4487 n/a


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THE CITADEL THE CITADEL BULLDOGS Basic information Location: .............................Charleston, S.C. Founded: .................................................1842 Enrollment: ............................................2,300 Nickname: ....................................... Bulldogs Colors: ................... Citadel Blue and White President:........... Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa Jr. Athletics director: ......................Jim Senter

2017-18 SCHEDULE

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Date Opponent (TV/Digital) November 10 OGLETHORPE# (SoCon Digital Network) 12 at Virginia Tech (ACC Network Extra) 15 at North Carolina A&T 18 at High Point (Big South Network) 21 TRINITY BAPTIST# (SoCon Digital Network) 24 at Florida State# (ACC Network Extra) December 1 MARIST% (ESPN3) 2 ARMY or UMBC% (ESPN3) 5 JAMES MADISON (ESPN3) 14 at Campbell (Big South Network) 16 POINT (SoCon Digital Network) 19 at Ohio State (Big Ten Network) 30 *WESTERN CAROLINA (ESPN3)

Time 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 8 p.m.

Team information 2016-17 record: ................................... 12-21 SoCon record: ........................... 4-14 (t-8th) Home: .......................................................... 8-8 Away: .........................................................3-12 Neutral:........................................................ 1-1 Letterwinners returning/lost:.............. 8/3 Starters returning/lost: .......................... 4/1 Arena:........McAlister Field House (6,000) Arena record:....................... 510-420 (.548)

6 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m.

March 2-5 at SoCon Championship (Asheville, N.C.) * - Southern Conference game # - Jamaica Classic (campus sites) % - The Bulldog Bash (Charleston, S.C.) All times Eastern

Milledge Austin Basketball SID

SoCon Championship titles (0) NCAA appearances (0)

Alma mater: .............................................................................Charlotte, 1995 Hometown:.................................................................................Charlotte, N.C. Career record (years): ............................................................... 210-221 (14) School record (years): ......................................................................22-43 (2) SoCon record (years): .......................................................................14-40 (3) SoCon Championship record (appearances): ............................1-3 (3) NCAA appearances: .........................................................................................0

7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m.

February 1 *WOFFORD (ESPN3) 3 *FURMAN (ESPN3) 8 *at Chattanooga (ESPN3) 10 *at Samford (ESPN3) 15 *UNCG (ESPN3) 17 *VMI (ESPN3) 20 *at ETSU (ESPN3) 23 *MERCER (ESPN3) 25 *at Western Carolina (ESPN3)

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HEAD COACH DUGGAR BAUCOM

3 p.m. 3/5 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

January 4 *at Furman (ESPN3) 6 *at Wofford (ESPN3) 11 *SAMFORD (ESPN3) 13 *CHATTANOOGA (ESPN3) 18 *at UNCG (ESPN3) 20 *at VMI (ESPN3) 27 *at Mercer (ESPN3) 29 *ETSU (ESPN3)

Media relations MBK contact: .......... Milledge Austin Email:............ maustin7@citadel.edu Office:............................ 843-953-6567 Cell: ................................ 803-270-5716 Fax: ................................. 843-953-6727 Press row phone: ...... 843-953-2138 Website: .............. CitadelSports.com

Assistant coaches Daniel Willis ............................................. 3rd season (Lenoir-Rhyne, 2001) Willie Bell ..................................................................... 3rd season (VMI, 2009) Jack Castleberry .........................................................1st season (VMI, 2007)

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD Year School 2003-04 Tusculum 2004-05 Tusculum 2005-06 VMI 2006-07 VMI 2007-08 VMI 2008-09 VMI 2009-10 VMI 2010-11 VMI 2011-12 VMI 2012-13 VMI 2013-14 VMI 2014-15 VMI 2015-16 The Citadel 2016-17 The Citadel Tusculum (2) VMI (10) The Citadel (2) Career (14)

Record 19-8 18-11 7-20 14-19 14-15 24-8 10-19 18-13 17-16 14-17 22-13 11-19 10-22 12-21 37-19 151-159 22-43 210-221

Pct. SoCon .704 .621 .259 .424 .483 .750 .345 .581 .515 .452 .629 .367 7-11 .312 3-15 .364 4-14 .661 .487 7-11 .338 7-29 .487 14-40

Pct. .389 .167 .222 .389 .194 .259

2017-18 BULLDOGS ROSTER No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 10 11 23 24 25 32 33 35

Name Preston Parks Frankie Johnson Quayson Williams Matt Frierson Tariq Simmons Rob Johnson Leandro Allende Kaiden Rice Kaelon Harris Tyler Burgess Alex Reed Derek Webster, Jr. Hayden Brown Zane Najdawi

Pos. G G G G G G G F G F F F F F

Ht. 6-0 5-5 5-10 6-1 6-0 6-8 6-4 6-6 6-4 6-7 6-5 6-5 6-6 6-7

Wt. 185 155 175 170 180 190 205 180 235 205 205 205 220 215

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

Hometown/Last school Greenville, S.C./Wade Hampton Darlington, S.C./Darling Trenton, N.J./Eastern Guilford (N.C.) Laurel, Md./Chapelgate Christian Academy Columbia, S.C./Keenan Boynton Beach, Fla./Dillard Caguas, Puerto Rico/Chaminade Madonna Prep Columbia, S.C./Ridge View Tulsa, Okla./Mundy’s Mill (Ga.) Easley, S.C./Easley Raleigh, N.C./Garner Riverview, Fla./Seffner Christian Academy Greer, S.C./Byrnes Midlothian, Va./Cosby

PRESTON PARKS Sophomore • Guard 18.1 ppg, 3.9 apg in 2016-17

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BULLDOGS 2016-17 RESULTS (12-21 overall, 4-14 SoCon; t-8th)

ZANE NAJDAWI

Opponent at College of Charleston JOHNSON UNIVERSITY TRUETT MCCONNELL at Stetson at Iowa State at Arizona State PRESBYTERIAN COLGATE# USC UPSTATE# CAMPBELL# TOCCOA FALLS# at Virginia Tech at UMBC *UNCG *at Furman *at Wofford *ETSU *VMI *at Chattanooga *SAMFORD *at Western Carolina *at UNCG *at Mercer *WOFFORD *FURMAN *at ETSU *at VMI *MERCER *WESTERN CAROLINA *at Samford *CHATTANOOGA vs. Western Carolina (SC) vs. UNCG (SC)

Result Score L 68-81 W 146-84 W 119-90 W 116-112 L 63-130 L 110-127 W 97-83 W 108-101 W 97-92 L 91-97 W 144-94 L 71-113 LO2 111-120 L 87-95 L 68-83 WOT 104-103 L 71-115 W 79-74 L 73-83 L 90-98 L 95-100 L 72-81 L 66-82 L 90-100 L 91-99 L 69-90 L 78-101 L 78-89 L 80-84 W 102-96 W 85-76 W 78-72 L 67-76

* - Southern Conference game # - Holy City Classic (SC) - Southern Conference Championship (Asheville, N.C.)

Junior • Forward 15.0 ppg, 6.7 rpg in 2016-17

2016-17 STATISTICS Overall statistics Player Preston Parks Zane Najdawi Kaelon Harris Quayson Williams Frankie Johnson Warren Sledge Matt Frierson Ezekiel Balogun Leandro Allende Brian White Tyler Burgess Chris Ross Griffin Peevey Aaron Washington Tom Koopman Bobby Duncan TEAM Total Opponents

GP 30 33 21 33 33 33 33 32 33 32 12 2 2 4 32 13

GS 9 32 6 17 31 33 2 4 19 11 0 0 0 0 1 0

Min 839 791 406 571 811 955 561 345 561 390 97 8 7 20 263 51

Avg 28.0 24.0 19.3 17.3 24.6 28.9 17.0 10.8 17.0 12.2 8.1 4.0 3.5 5.0 8.2 3.9

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Conference-only statistics Player GP GS Preston Parks 15 7 Zane Najdawi 18 17 Warren Sledge 18 18 Ezekiel Balogun 17 2 Tyler Burgess 7 0 Kaelon Harris 9 6 Frankie Johnson 18 16 Leandro Allende 18 14 Matt Frierson 18 0 Quayson Williams 18 6 Brian White 17 3 Tom Koopman 18 1 Bobby Duncan 7 0 TEAM Total 18 Opponents 18

Min 445 416 548 227 68 168 405 382 313 279 175 175 24

Avg 29.7 23.1 30.4 13.4 9.7 18.7 22.5 21.2 17.4 15.5 10.3 9.7 3.4

FG 185 157 66 83 78 75 68 76 66 64 19 3 3 4 30 3

Pct FT FTA Pct R-Off R-Def .329 96 116 .828 30 64 .431 154 185 .832 93 127 .333 51 87 .586 39 63 .362 40 51 .784 23 70 .276 74 97 .763 42 48 .306 66 78 .846 19 69 .359 7 9 .778 7 33 .349 30 55 .545 38 80 .267 37 55 .673 31 60 .433 36 41 .878 25 54 .373 2 4 .500 3 8 .500 0 0 .000 1 0 .000 2 2 1.000 3 0 .500 2 4 .500 0 3 .308 7 11 .636 18 29 .000 3 7 .429 5 12 71 66 980 2359 .415 397 1166 .340 607 802 .757 448 786 1106 2162 .512 282 728 .387 627 891 .704 413 1038 FG 114 73 46 52 15 22 35 39 33 24 16 20 1

FGA 456 334 136 225 213 209 190 141 177 130 52 6 5 9 71 5

FGA 253 166 112 90 40 54 107 106 91 93 51 46 1

Pct 3FG 3FGA .406 77 234 .470 28 65 .485 13 39 .369 55 152 .366 27 98 .359 37 121 .358 65 181 .539 15 43 .373 27 101 .492 26 60 .365 19 51 .500 2 4 .600 0 0 .444 2 4 .423 4 13 .600 0 0

Pct 3FG 3FGA .451 43 123 .440 16 38 .411 21 65 .578 9 30 .375 15 39 .407 5 17 .327 11 50 .368 15 58 .363 31 86 .258 13 58 .314 7 26 .435 4 13 1.000 0 0

490 1210 .405 190 603 572 1123 .509 161 410

Pct .350 .421 .323 .300 .385 .294 .220 .259 .360 .224 .269 .308 .000

FT FTA Pct 60 72 .833 67 83 .807 49 60 .817 20 40 .500 2 4 .500 11 20 .550 36 47 .766 22 35 .629 5 7 .714 23 29 .793 12 14 .857 1 3 .333 0 3 .000

R-Off R-Def 13 34 45 55 9 39 20 49 3 4 18 29 19 23 17 36 5 21 12 38 8 20 10 16 1 6 38 37 .315 308 417 .739 218 407 .393 344 475 .724 213 567

Reb 94 220 102 93 90 88 40 118 91 79 11 1 3 3 47 17 137 1234 1451

Avg 3.1 6.7 4.9 2.8 2.7 2.7 1.2 3.7 2.8 2.5 0.9 0.5 1.5 0.8 1.5 1.3 4.2 37.4 44.0

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 62 1 116 78 5 60 543 113 5 26 73 38 33 496 55 2 21 45 5 10 196 69 3 40 35 1 35 261 93 3 121 62 3 49 257 74 4 113 42 6 32 253 34 0 48 16 0 23 208 48 2 13 35 14 16 197 74 2 29 28 3 16 196 43 0 17 29 4 17 190 4 0 2 3 0 0 59 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 4 0 2 1 0 2 12 51 0 10 16 6 11 71 13 1 3 6 0 2 9 1 4 0 738 23 561 473 85 306 2964 701 - 626 579 131 238 3121

Reb 47 100 48 69 7 47 42 53 26 50 28 26 7 75 625 780

Avg 3.1 5.6 2.7 4.1 1.0 5.2 2.3 2.9 1.4 2.8 1.6 1.4 1.0 4.2 34.7 43.3

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 32 0 47 39 3 31 331 60 2 13 44 14 14 229 43 2 55 24 4 21 162 25 1 11 21 8 9 133 4 0 1 2 0 0 47 23 2 9 18 1 4 60 53 2 50 30 1 19 117 45 1 21 16 2 12 115 21 0 27 9 0 11 102 35 1 15 14 1 19 84 16 0 5 15 2 8 51 34 0 4 8 1 8 45 6 0 1 3 0 1 2 1 3 0 398 11 259 246 37 157 1478 366 - 332 299 75 130 1649

Avg 18.1 15.0 9.3 7.9 7.8 7.7 6.3 6.2 5.9 5.9 4.9 4.0 4.0 3.0 2.2 0.7

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Date Nov. 11 Nov. 13 Nov. 15 Nov. 18 Nov. 20 Nov. 23 Nov. 28 Dec. 2 Dec. 3 Dec. 4 Dec. 7 Dec. 17 Dec. 19 Dec. 28 Dec. 31 Jan. 2 Jan. 5 Jan. 7 Jan. 11 Jan. 14 Jan. 19 Jan. 21 Jan. 28 Feb. 2 Feb. 4 Feb. 9 Feb. 11 Feb. 18 Feb. 22 Feb. 25 Feb. 27 March 3 March 4

89.8 94.6 Avg 22.1 12.7 9.0 7.8 6.7 6.7 6.5 6.4 5.7 4.7 3.0 2.5 0.3 82.1 91.6

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2017-18 SCHEDULE Date Opponent (TV/Digital) November 10 at Northern Kentucky (ESPN3) 13 at Savannah State 17 at Kentucky# (SEC Network) 20 DELAWARE STATE# (ESPN3) 22 TROY# (ESPN3) 25 FORT WAYNE# (ESPN3) 29 at Fordham (A-10 Network)

Time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m.

December 6 NORTHERN KENTUCKY (ESPN3) 10 HIWASSEE (ESPN3) 16 at Xavier (Fox Regional) 19 at Detroit (ESPN3) 22 GEORGIA SOUTHERN (ESPN3) 28 TUSCULUM (ESPN3) 31 *at Mercer (ESPN3)

7 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m.

January 4 *at Samford (ESPN3) 6 *at Chattanooga (ESPN3) 11 *UNCG (ESPN3) 13 *VMI (ESPN3) 18 *at Furman (ESPN3) 20 *WESTERN CAROLINA (ESPN3) 24 *MERCER (ESPN3) 27 *at Wofford (ESPN3) 29 *at The Citadel (ESPN3)

8 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m.

February 1 *SAMFORD (ESPN3) 3 *CHATTANOOGA (ESPN3) 10 *at VMI (ESPN3) 12 *at UNCG (ESPN3) 17 *at Western Carolina (ESPN3) 20 *THE CITADEL (ESPN3) 23 *WOFFORD (ESPN3) 25 *FURMAN (ESPN3)

7 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m.

March 2-5 at SoCon Championship (Asheville, N.C.) * - Southern Conference game # - Adolph Rupp Classic (campus sites) All times Eastern

Basic information Location: ..................... Johnson City, Tenn. Founded: .................................................1911 Enrollment: ......................................... 15,000 Nickname: ..................................Buccaneers Colors: .................Navy Blue and Old Gold President:..........................Dr. Brian Noland Athletics director: ...................Scott Carter

Media relations MBK contact: ............. Michael White Email:.....................whitem@etsu.edu Office:............................ 423-439-4220 Cell: ................................ 423-956-1461 Fax: ................................. 423-439-6138 Press row phone: ...... 423-439-5329 Website: ......................ETSUBucs.com

Team information 2016-17 record: ......................................27-8 SoCon record: ............................14-4 (t-1st) Home: ........................................................13-2 Away: ........................................................... 8-5 Neutral:........................................................ 6-1 Letterwinners returning/lost:.............. 7/6 Starters returning/lost: .......................... 1/4 Arena:...Freedom Hall Civic Center (6,500) Arena record (since 2013-14): ..........................................................39-8 (.830)

SoCon regular-season titles (8) 1990, 1991, 1992, 2001 (N), 2002 (N), 2003 (N), 2004 (N), 2017

Michael White Basketball SID

SoCon Championship titles (7) 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2017 NCAA appearances (10) 1968, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010, 2017

HEAD COACH STEVE FORBES Alma mater: ..........................................................Southern Arkansas, 1988 Hometown:...............................................................................Lone Tree, Iowa Career record (years): .................................................................... 217-80 (9) School record (years): ......................................................................51-20 (2) SoCon record (years): ......................................................................... 28-8 (2) SoCon Championship record (appearances): ............................5-1 (2) NCAA appearances: .........................................................................................1 Assistant coaches Jason Shay................................................................. 3rd season (Iowa, 1995) Brooks Savage...............................................3rd season (Tennessee, 2008) B.J. McKie ................................................ 1st season (South Carolina, 1999)

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD Year School 1991-92 Southwestern 1992-93 Southwestern 1995-96 Barton County 1996-97 Barton County 1997-98 Barton County 2011-12 NW Florida State 2012-13 NW Florida State 2015-16 ETSU 2016-17 ETSU Southwestern CC (2) Barton County CC (3) Northwest Florida State (2) ETSU (2) Career (9)

Record 13-17 23-9 15-16 24-8 29-4 32-2 30-4 24-12 27-8 36-26 68-28 62-6 51-20 217-80

Pct. SoCon .433 .718 .484 .750 .879 .941 .882 .667 14-4 .771 14-4 .581 .708 .912 .718 28-8 .731 28-8

Pct. .778 .778 .778 .778

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Name Kanayo Obi-Rapu Desonta Bradford David Burrell Bo Hodges Jason Williams Peter Jurkin Kendrick Gray Devontavius Payne Jalan McCloud Jeromy Rodriguez James Harrison Dillon Reppart Jermaine Long Mladen Armus Karl Overstreet Andre Edwards

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

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Ht. 6-3 6-4 6-6 6-4 5-11 7-0 6-6 6-2 5-11 6-7 6-8 6-4 6-3 6-10 6-10 6-6

Wt. 195 190 200 190 185 245 220 175 175 225 225 180 180 230 240 190

Class Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr.

Hometown/Last school Greensboro, N.C./Longwood Humboldt, Tenn./Humboldt Milwaukee, Wis./Southwest Tennessee CC Nashville, Tenn./Maplewood Detroit, Mich./Detroit Allen Academy Juba, South Sudan/Indiana Newport, Vt./Vermont Academy Carbondale, Ill./John A. Logan College Fort Worth, Texas/Texas Southern Santiago, D.R./Northwest Florida State CC Dallas, Texas/Blinn College Johnson City, Tenn./Roane State CC New Orleans, La./Allen County CC Belgrade, Serbia/SW Christian Academy Lynchburg, Va./Hargrave Military Compton, Calif./Lee JC

DAVID BURRELL Senior • Guard 7.5 ppg, 3.2 rpg in 2016-17


BUCS 2016-17 RESULTS (27-8 overall, 14-4 SoCon; t-1st)

DESONTA BRADFORD Senior • Guard 10.4 ppg, 4.4 rpg in 2016-17

Opponent FORDHAM DETROIT MERCY at UNCW vs. Milwaukee# vs. South Dakota State# vs. UC Irvine# LEES-MCRAE LIMESTONE at Dayton at Mississippi State at Morehead State TENNESSEE SAVANNAH STATE *VMI *at The Citadel *at Mercer *UNCG *WESTERN CAROLINA *at Furman *WOFFORD *at Samford *CHATTANOOGA *at VMI *at Wofford *THE CITADEL *MERCER *SAMFORD *at Chattanooga *FURMAN *at Western Carolina *at UNCG vs. Mercer (SC) vs. Samford (SC) vs. UNCG (SC) vs. Florida (NCAA)

Result W W L W W W W W L W W L W W W W L W L W WO2 W W L W W W W WOT W L W W W L

Score 96-59 107-78 59-68 86-62 71-59 72-66 85-80 85-57 61-75 67-65 78-68 68-72 92-71 102-75 115-71 67-58 79-83 75-52 62-75 79-72 96-86 76-71 81-71 76-79 90-69 88-71 79-77 65-51 93-81 68-52 66-72 73-66 81-72 79-74 65-80

* - Southern Conference game # - Sanford Pentagon Showcase (Sioux Falls, S.D.) (SC) - Southern Conference Championship (Asheville, N.C.) (NCAA) - NCAA Championship (Orlando, Fla.)

2016-17 STATISTICS Overall statistics Player T.J. Cromer Desonta Bradford Tevin Glass A.J. Merriweather H. Mosquera-Perea David Burrell Devontavius Payne Julian Walters Jermaine Long Isaac Banks Jason Williams Peter Jurkin Dillon Reppart TEAM Total Opponents

GP 35 34 35 35 35 35 35 9 34 35 24 14 8

GS 34 34 34 35 35 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0

Min 1110 1041 785 826 767 597 534 93 447 556 214 91 14

Avg 31.7 30.6 22.4 23.6 21.9 17.1 15.3 10.3 13.1 15.9 8.9 6.5 1.8

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Conference-only statistics Player GP GS T.J. Cromer 18 18 Tevin Glass 18 18 Desonta Bradford 17 17 A.J. Merriweather 18 18 H. Mosquera-Perea 18 18 David Burrell 18 0 Devontavius Payne 18 0 Jermaine Long 18 1 Isaac Banks 18 0 Dillon Reppart 4 0 Jason Williams 13 0 Peter Jurkin 8 0 Team Total 18 Opponents 18

Min 582 440 536 429 398 301 266 279 279 8 117 40

Avg 32.3 24.4 31.5 23.8 22.1 16.7 14.8 15.5 15.5 2.0 9.0 5.0

FG 224 113 115 102 106 101 76 11 35 53 12 9 3

FGA 491 241 213 199 182 193 181 23 88 86 41 23 5

960 1966 .488 265 693 819 1963 .417 274 773

Pct FT FTA Pct R-Off R-Def .406 116 141 .823 16 83 .341 101 129 .783 21 127 .200 80 110 .727 62 158 .467 68 90 .756 36 90 .000 79 141 .560 54 109 .408 30 50 .600 35 77 .392 30 39 .769 15 39 .438 7 7 1.000 4 12 .156 48 75 .640 16 43 .000 15 39 .385 40 84 .320 13 16 .813 1 21 .000 6 7 .857 6 15 .667 4 6 .667 1 1 50 53 .382 597 850 .702 357 912 .354 526 729 .722 342 782

Reb 99 148 220 126 163 112 54 16 59 124 22 21 2 103 1269 1124

Avg 2.8 4.4 6.3 3.6 4.7 3.2 1.5 1.8 1.7 3.5 0.9 1.5 0.3 2.9 36.3 32.1

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 83 1 111 97 14 36 670 82 0 132 81 27 37 355 71 0 31 51 19 27 313 86 1 53 65 2 56 300 91 2 25 45 43 23 291 58 0 19 23 19 14 263 60 0 26 31 4 24 229 6 0 14 8 0 4 36 58 0 60 44 7 42 123 68 1 13 28 20 15 121 20 0 30 23 0 9 45 15 0 1 10 7 5 24 0 0 1 1 0 1 12 0 12 0 698 5 516 519 162 293 2782 732 - 388 544 127 243 2438

FG 120 75 56 57 52 48 35 26 22 2 8 5

Pct .392 .000 .283 .487 .000 .310 .442 .154 .000 .500 .313 .000

Reb 60 121 79 64 73 56 24 38 54 1 14 9 50 643 561

Avg 3.3 6.7 4.6 3.6 4.1 3.1 1.3 2.1 3.0 0.3 1.1 1.1 2.8 35.7 31.2

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 46 1 56 48 9 23 339 42 0 18 37 8 17 198 39 0 57 39 15 21 184 45 0 28 32 2 30 173 48 1 15 23 21 12 147 27 0 10 12 9 7 128 28 0 14 16 4 14 109 37 0 35 32 4 30 84 36 1 7 16 11 9 47 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 10 0 15 15 0 6 26 6 0 0 6 1 3 14 0 6 0 364 3 255 282 84 173 1457 376 - 185 309 53 138 1266

FGA 259 117 124 102 80 99 82 52 40 3 27 13

Pct 3FG 3FGA .456 106 261 .469 28 82 .540 3 15 .513 28 60 .582 0 1 .523 31 76 .420 47 120 .478 7 16 .398 5 32 .616 0 0 .293 8 25 .391 0 2 .600 2 3

Pct 3FG 3FGA .463 51 130 .641 0 6 .452 13 46 .559 19 39 .650 0 0 .485 13 42 .427 23 52 .500 2 13 .550 0 0 .667 1 2 .296 5 16 .385 0 2

506 998 .507 127 348 413 989 .418 148 404

FT FTA Pct R-Off R-Def 48 56 .857 10 50 48 59 .814 29 92 59 75 .787 14 65 40 52 .769 16 48 43 76 .566 21 52 19 26 .731 19 37 16 19 .842 8 16 30 47 .638 10 28 3 19 .158 20 34 3 4 .750 0 1 5 6 .833 0 14 4 4 1.000 3 6 23 27 .365 318 443 .718 173 470 .366 292 396 .737 168 393

Avg 19.1 10.4 8.9 8.6 8.3 7.5 6.5 4.0 3.6 3.5 1.9 1.7 1.5

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79.5 69.7

Avg 18.8 11.0 10.8 9.6 8.2 7.1 6.1 4.7 2.6 2.0 2.0 1.8 80.9 70.3

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FURMAN FURMAN PALADINS Basic information Location: .............................. Greenville, S.C. Founded: .................................................1826 Enrollment: ............................................2,700 Nickname: ........................................Paladins Colors: .............................. Purple and White President:......................Dr. Elizabeth Davis Athletics director: ..................Mike Buddie

2017-18 SCHEDULE

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Date Opponent (TV/Digital) November 10 BOB JONES (SoCon Digital Network) 14 ELON (ESPN3) 18 at Butler# (Fox Sports 2) 20 at Duke# (ACC Network Extra) 24 vs. New Hampshire^ 25 vs. Northeastern^ 29 WINTHROP (ESPN3)

Time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m.

December 2 TENNESSEE TECH (ESPN3) 5 UNC ASHEVILLE (ESPN3) 9 SOUTH CAROLINA STATE (ESPN3) 14 MONTREAT (ESPN3) 17 at UNCW (CAA.TV) 20 at Tennessee (SEC Network) 30 *at VMI (ESPN3)

Team information 2016-17 record: ................................... 23-12 SoCon record: ............................14-4 (t-1st) Home: ........................................................11-3 Away: .........................................................12-8 Neutral:........................................................ 0-1 Letterwinners returning/lost:............10/2 Starters returning/lost: .......................... 4/1 Arena:................... Timmons Arena (3,000) Arena record:..........................175-98 (.641)

Jordan Caskey Basketball SID

SoCon Championship titles (6) 1971, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1978, 1980 NCAA appearances (6) 1971, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1978, 1980

Alma mater: .............................................................. North Greenville, 2006 Hometown:................................................................................... Florence, S.C. Career record (years): .......................................................0-1 (First season) School record (years): ............................................................................ Same SoCon record (years): .......................................................0-0 (First season) SoCon Championship record (appearances): .......0-0 (First season) NCAA appearances: .........................................................................................0

January 4 *THE CITADEL (SoCon Digital Network) 7:30 p.m. 6 *MERCER (ESPN3) 4:30 p.m. 10 *at Chattanooga (ESPN3) 7 p.m. 13 *at Wofford (ESPN3) 7 p.m. 18 *ETSU (ESPN3) 7 p.m. 20 *SAMFORD (ESPN3) 4:30 p.m. 24 *at UNCG (ESPN3) 7 p.m. 27 *WESTERN CAROLINA (ESPN3) 4 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m.

SoCon regular-season titles (6) 1974, 1975, 1977, 1980, 1991, 2017

HEAD COACH BOB RICHEY

4 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 9 p.m. 1 p.m.

February 1 *at Mercer (ESPN3) 3 *at The Citadel (ESPN3) 7 *UNCG (ESPN3) 10 *WOFFORD (ESPN3) 15 *CHATTANOOGA (ESPN3) 17 *at Samford (ESPN3) 20 *VMI (ESPN3) 23 *at Western Carolina (ESPN3) 25 *at ETSU (ESPN3)

Media relations MBK contact: ............. Jordan Caskey Email:.. jordan.caskey@furman.edu Office:........................... 864-294-3065 Cell: ................................ 864-567-1654 Fax: ................................ 864-294-3061 Press row phone: ...... 864-294-3620 Website: ......... FurmanPaladins.com

Assistant coaches Tyler Murray.....................................1st season (Hampden-Sydney, 2008) Dwight Perry ....................................................4th season (Kentucky, 2010) Trey Meyer.......................................................... 1st season (Clemson, 2009)

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD Year School 2016-17* Furman Career (First season)

Record 0-1 0-1

Pct. SoCon .000 0-0 .000 0-0

Pct. .000 .000

* Served as interim coach for final game of the season

March 2-5 at SoCon Championship (Asheville, N.C.) * - Southern Conference game # PK80-Phil Knight Invitational (campus sites) ^ PK80-Phil Knight Invitational (Nashville, Tenn.) All times Eastern

2017-18 PALADINS ROSTER No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 10 11 12 13 22 23 32 35 45

Name Tre Clark John Davis III Jalen Williams Geoff Beans Noah Gurley Andrew Brown Alex Hunter Jonathan Jean Devin Sibley Brady Schuck Seve Stavroff Jordan Lyons Matt Raff erty Daniel Fowler Clay Mounce

Pos. G G F F F G G G G G G G F G F

Ht. 6-5 5-11 6-8 6-7 6-8 6-5 5-11 5-11 6-2 6-2 5-11 5-11 6-8 6-4 6-7

Wt. 194 172 240 210 190 212 170 170 175 165 165 203 215 203 200

Class So. Sr. R-So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. R-Fr.

Hometown/Last school Palmetto, Fla./Palmetto Beachwood, Ohio/Beachwood Greenville, S.C./Wade Hampton Toledo, Ohio/Ottawa Hills Fayetteville, Ga./Fayette County Travelers Rest, S.C./Travelers Rest Raleigh, N.C./Leesville Road Tampa, Fla./East Bay Knoxville, Tenn./Karns Charleston, S.C./James Island Dublin, Ohio/Dublin Jerome Peachtree City, Ga./McIntosh Hinsdale, Ill./Hinsdale Central Acworth, Ga./Allatoona Elkin, N.C./Mount Airy

DANIEL FOWLER Senior • Guard 10.9 ppg, 4.3 rpg in 2016-17

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PALADINS 2016-17 RESULTS (23-12 overall, 14-4 SoCon; t-1st)

DEVIN SIBLEY

Opponent at Presbyterian at UAB# at Georgia# TRINITY BAPTIST UNC ASHEVILLE# HIWASSEE at Winthrop NAVY at Liberty at Gardner-Webb SOUTH CAROLINA STATE at Tennessee Tech at Michigan *THE CITADEL *MERCER *at Samford *at Chattanooga *at Wofford *ETSU *VMI *WESTERN CAROLINA *at UNCG *at Mercer *at The Citadel *CHATTANOOGA *SAMFORD *at VMI *at Western Carolina *UNCG *at ETSU *WOFFORD vs Samford at USC Upstate at Campbell at Saint Peter’s

Result L W L W L W LOT W W W L W L W W W L L W W W W W W W W W W L LOT W L W W L

Score 71-73 84-74 78-84 102-53 58-64 98-48 57-58 79-46 61-58 68-65 67-69 68-62 62-68 83-68 71-69 83-73 64-80 58-67 75-62 89-72 85-37 73-67 70-68 99-91 60-56 90-73 80-52 74-62 52-73 81-93 78-69 63-67 79-57 79-64 51-77

* - Southern Conference game # - CBE Hall of Fame Classic (SC) - Southern Conference Championship (Asheville, N.C.) (CIT) - CollegeInsider.com Tournament

Senior • Guard 17.7 ppg, 4.1 rpg in 2016-17

2016-17 STATISTICS Overall statistics Player Devin Sibley Kris Acox Daniel Fowler John Davis Matt Rafferty Geoff Beans Jordan Lyons Andrew Brown Jalen Williams Jonathan Jean Tre Clark Brady Schuck T.K. Hayes TEAM Total Opponents

GP 34 35 35 34 15 34 34 35 29 30 23 7 9

GS 33 35 35 34 0 20 0 16 0 1 0 0 1

Min 1093 1003 1051 984 336 611 562 636 250 316 173 17 18

Avg 32.1 28.7 30.0 28.9 22.4 18.0 16.5 18.2 8.6 10.5 7.5 2.4 2.0

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Conference-only statistics Player GP GS Devin Sibley 18 17 Kris Acox 18 18 Daniel Fowler 18 18 John Davis 17 17 Matt Rafferty 4 0 Jordan Lyons 18 0 Geoff Beans 17 7 Andrew Brown 18 11 Jalen Williams 18 0 Jonathan Jean 18 1 Brady Schuck 2 0 Tre Clark 9 0 T.K. Hayes 3 1 TEAM Total 18 Opponents 18

FG 201 199 127 104 44 68 66 58 22 18 9 1 1

FGA 385 317 296 250 77 169 171 133 53 43 36 5 6

Pct 3FG 3FGA .522 79 176 .628 0 0 .429 42 122 .416 48 124 .571 2 11 .402 54 138 .386 48 135 .436 43 99 .415 0 0 .419 3 11 .250 0 7 .200 0 2 .167 0 3

918 1941 .473 319 828 812 1917 .424 245 786

Min 580 542 544 495 96 307 260 335 168 219 8 64 7

Avg 32.2 30.1 30.2 29.1 24.0 17.1 15.3 18.6 9.3 12.2 4.0 7.1 2.3

FG 112 116 67 56 11 41 24 28 13 11 1 4 0

FGA 209 170 150 132 17 100 64 61 35 28 2 12 4

Pct FT FTA Pct .449 121 162 .747 .000 57 102 .559 .344 86 109 .789 .387 46 67 .687 .182 23 33 .697 .391 25 29 .862 .356 19 28 .679 .434 7 13 .538 .000 32 40 .800 .273 9 15 .600 .000 9 22 .409 .000 1 2 .500 .000 0 2 .000

R-Off R-Def 9 131 78 191 51 100 12 100 31 53 22 62 7 42 26 60 32 34 3 34 10 21 0 3 1 3 35 61 .385 435 624 .697 317 895 .312 450 643 .700 319 812

Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct .536 43 96 .448 .682 0 0 .000 .447 20 58 .345 .424 25 62 .403 .647 1 1 1.000 .410 30 80 .375 .375 19 53 .358 .459 21 44 .477 .371 0 0 .000 .393 2 7 .286 .500 0 1 .000 .333 0 1 .000 .000 0 3 .000

484 984 .492 161 406 433 1000 .433 135 411

FT FTA Pct 67 81 .827 31 63 .492 44 55 .800 26 39 .667 8 11 .727 11 16 .688 17 20 .850 0 3 .000 24 30 .800 6 11 .545 1 2 .500 1 5 .200 0 0 .000

R-Off R-Def 6 54 38 103 26 59 5 43 10 15 4 20 8 30 13 26 23 26 3 27 0 1 3 9 0 1 18 28 .397 236 336 .702 157 442 .328 231 329 .702 182 405

Reb 140 269 151 112 84 84 49 86 66 37 31 3 4 96 1212 1131

Avg 4.1 7.7 4.3 3.3 5.6 2.5 1.4 2.5 2.3 1.2 1.3 0.4 0.4 2.7 34.6 32.3

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 68 0 78 91 7 26 602 91 1 48 67 25 49 455 78 0 129 68 6 36 382 57 0 96 46 0 40 302 37 0 15 21 11 13 113 88 2 17 14 9 17 215 26 0 36 29 0 17 199 67 2 38 24 6 20 166 49 0 9 29 13 4 76 37 0 40 24 0 19 48 12 0 17 20 5 4 27 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 17 0 613 5 524 451 82 245 2590 615 - 418 473 80 209 2319

Reb 60 141 85 48 25 24 38 39 49 30 1 12 1 46 599 587

Avg 3.3 7.8 4.7 2.8 6.3 1.3 2.2 2.2 2.7 1.7 0.5 1.3 0.3 2.6 33.3 32.6

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 38 0 43 49 4 12 334 45 1 26 37 18 29 263 44 0 59 42 2 18 198 26 0 47 18 0 22 163 10 0 7 5 4 2 31 13 0 20 17 0 10 123 45 0 7 4 4 9 84 33 1 21 9 6 9 77 25 0 7 20 11 3 50 31 0 27 14 0 13 30 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 6 5 2 2 9 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 313 2 271 229 51 129 1365 324 - 213 244 43 96 1232

Avg 17.7 13.0 10.9 8.9 7.5 6.3 5.9 4.7 2.6 1.6 1.2 0.4 0.2

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Date Nov. 11 Nov. 14 Nov. 17 Nov. 19 Nov. 22 Nov. 25 Nov. 30 Dec. 3 Dec. 6 Dec. 10 Dec. 16 Dec. 19 Dec. 22 Dec. 31 Jan. 2 Jan. 5 Jan. 7 Jan. 14 Jan. 19 Jan. 21 Jan. 25 Jan. 28 Feb. 2 Feb. 4 Feb. 9 Feb. 11 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 22 Feb. 25 March 4 March 16 March 25 March 29

74.0 66.3

Avg 18.6 14.6 11.0 9.6 7.8 6.8 4.9 4.3 2.8 1.7 1.5 1.0 0.0 75.8 68.4

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MERCER MERCER BEARS Basic information Location: ..................................... Macon, Ga. Founded: .................................................1833 Enrollment: ............................................8,557 Nickname: ..............................................Bears Colors: ............................. Orange and Black President:....... Dr. William D. Underwood Athletics director: ..........................Jim Cole

2017-18 SCHEDULE

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Date Opponent (TV/Digital) Time November 10 at UCF (ESPN3) 8 p.m. 12 TOCCOA FALLS (ESPN3) 2 p.m. 14 JACKSON STATE (ESPN3) 7 p.m. 17 at Liberty# (FloHoops.com) 12 p.m. 18 vs. Drexel or Houston# (FloHoops.com) 12/6 p.m. 19 vs. TBD# (FloHoops.com) TBD 26 HIWASSEE (ESPN3) 2 p.m. 29 at Tennessee (SEC Network) 7 p.m. December 2 at Memphis (ESPN3) 9 FLORIDA A&M (ESPN3) 17 at LaSalle (A-10 Network) 19 at Alabama (SEC Network) 28 KENNESAW STATE (ESPN3) 31 *ETSU (ESPN3)

5 p.m. 4 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 9 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m.

January 6 *at Furman (ESPN3) 10 *at Western Carolina (ESPN3) 13 *SAMFORD (ESPN3) 15 *CHATTANOOGA (ESPN3) 18 *at VMI (ESPN3) 20 *at UNCG (ESPN3) 24 *at ETSU (ESPN3) 27 *THE CITADEL (ESPN3)

4:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m.

February 1 *FURMAN (ESPN3) 3 *WOFFORD (ESPN3) 10 *at Chattanooga (ESPN3) 12 *at Samford (ESPN3) 15 *VMI (ESPN3) 17 *UNCG (ESPN3) 20 *WESTERN CAROLINA (ESPN3) 23 *at The Citadel (ESPN3) 25 *at Wofford (ESPN3)

7:30 p.m. 4:40 p.m. 5 p.m. 8 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m.

March 2-5 at SoCon Championship (Asheville, N.C.) * - Southern Conference game # - U.S. Virgin Islands Paradise Jam (Lynchburg, Va.) All times Eastern

Team information 2016-17 record: ................................... 15-17 SoCon record: .................................9-9 (6th) Home: .......................................................... 8-7 Away: ........................................................... 6-7 Neutral:........................................................ 1-3 Letterwinners returning/lost:............12/4 Starters returning/lost: .......................... 5/0 Arena: ....................Hawkins Arena (3,500) Arena record: .........................133-59 (.693)

Media relations MBK contact: ......................Will Tharp Email:........... tharp_wb@mercer.edu Office:............................ 478-301-5218 Cell: ................................ 478-733-0638 Fax: ................................. 478-301-5350 Press row phone: ...... 478-733-0638 Website: ................ MercerBears.com SoCon regular-season titles (0)

Will Tharp Basketball SID

SoCon Championship titles (0) NCAA appearances (3) 1981, 1985, 2014

HEAD COACH BOB HOFFMAN Alma mater: ............................................................Oklahoma Baptist, 1979 Hometown:....................................................................Oklahoma City, Okla. Career record (years): ............................................................... 491-284 (23) School record (years): .................................................................179-130 (9) SoCon record (years): .......................................................................29-25 (3) SoCon Championship record (appearances): ............................2-3 (3) NCAA appearances: .........................................................................................1 Assistant coaches Dale Layer............................................................... 1st season (Eckerd, 1980) Jason Eaker ................................. 3rd season (Texas Pan American, 2004) Jarred Merrill .............................. 3rd season (Oklahoma Christian, 2005)

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

School Record Oklahoma Baptist 15-17 Oklahoma Baptist 16-17 Oklahoma Baptist 34-4 Oklahoma Baptist 30-7 Oklahoma Baptist 28-6 Oklahoma Baptist 29-7 Oklahoma Baptist 36-4 Oklahoma Baptist 24-9 Oklahoma Baptist 31-7 Texas Pan-Am 12-16 Texas Pan-Am 12-17 Texas Pan-Am 21-9 Texas Pan-Am 10-20 Texas Pan-Am 14-14 Mercer 17-15 Mercer 16-17 Mercer 15-18

Pct. .469 .485 .895 .811 .824 .806 .900 .727 .816 .429 .414 .700 .333 .500 .531 .485 .455

SoCon -

Pct. -

Year School 2011-12 Mercer 2012-13 Mercer 2013-14 Mercer 2014-15 Mercer 2015-16 Mercer 2016-17 Mercer Oklahoma Baptist (9) Texas Pan-Am (5) Mercer (9) Career (23)

Record 27-11 24-12 27-9 19-16 19-15 15-17 243-78 69-76 179-130 491-284

Pct. SoCon .712 .667 .750 .543 12-6 .559 8-10 .469 9-9 .757 .476 .579 29-25 .634 29-25

Pct. .667 .444 .500 .537 .537

2017-18 BEARS ROSTER No. 0 1 2 3 5 10 11 12 14 20 21 22 23 25 33 34 50

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Name Desmond Ringer Cory Kilby Jaylen Stowe Marcus Cohen Jordan Strawberry Ria’n Holland Ryan Johnson Mitch Prendergast Ethan Stair Ross Cummings Mason Green Carson Heinen Demetre Rivers Rashad Lewis Mac Brydon Stephon Jelks Victor Baffuto

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

Ht. 6-9 6-7 6-4 6-4 6-1 6-0 6-5 6-1 6-5 6-3 6-10 6-2 6-8 5-8 6-10 6-6 6-10

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Wt. 255 195 200 180 175 152 192 180 205 165 220 160 180 156 280 225 220

Class R-Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. R-Fr. Sr. Fr.

Hometown/Last school McDonough, Ga./Eagle Landing Ada, Okla./Ada Harrisburg, N.C./Hickory Ridge Tampa, Fla./Sickle Anaheim, Calif./South Kent School Fayetteville, N.C./Indian Hills CC Greensboro, N.C./Tallahassee CC Dallas, Texas/Dallas Jesuit Hazel Green, Ala./Hazel Green Dickson, Tenn./Creek Wood McDonough, Ga./Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy Gainesville, Ga./Hargrave Military Academy Ladson, S.C./Stratford Valdosta, Ga./Tallahassee CC Charlotte, N.C./Carmel Christian Marietta, Ga./North Cobb Christian Brasilia, Brazil/Centro Educational Sigma

JORDAN STRAWBERRY Senior • Guard 12.2 ppg, 4.3 apg in 2016-17


BEARS 2016-17 RESULTS (15-17 overall, 9-9 SoCon; 6th)

RIA’N HOLLAND

Opponent BREWTON-PARKER vs. Florida# GEORGIA SOUTHERN^ RADFORD^ vs. East Carolina& vs. Akron& DAVIDSON at George Mason OGLETHORPE at Clemson at Auburn LA SALLE at Kennesaw State *at Wofford *at Furman *VMI *ETSU *at Samford *CHATTANOOGA *at UNCG *at Western Carolina *THE CITADEL *WESTERN CAROLINA *FURMAN *WOFFORD *at VMI *at ETSU *at The Citadel *UNCG *at Chattanooga *SAMFORD vs. ETSU (SC)

Result W L W W W L L L W L L LO3 W L L W L W L L W W W L L W L W L W W L

Score 87-53 54-76 80-67 58-47 70-66 63-65 57-78 68-79 98-41 47-90 74-76 96-98 80-76 71-88 69-71 68-50 58-67 68-65 68-70 66-68 70-50 82-66 62-47 68-70 62-65 81-51 71-88 89-78 66-72 64-54 88-79 66-73

* - Southern Conference game # - Jacksonville, Fla. ^ - Savannah Invitational & - Savannah Invitational (Savannah, Ga.) (SC) - Southern Conference Championship (Asheville, N.C.)

Senior • Guard 17.2 ppg, 3.3 rpg in 2016-17

2016-17 STATISTICS Overall statistics Player Ria’n Holland Jordan Strawberry Demetre Rivers Desmond Ringer Stephon Jelks Ryan Johnson Cory Kilby Andrew Fishler Rashad Lewis Jaylen Stowe Ross Cummings Darius Roy JJ N’Ganga Stephen Gavin TEAM Total Opponents

GP 31 31 32 32 32 32 27 30 32 26 14 18 30 2

GS 31 30 32 31 31 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 1 0

Min 975 909 959 785 850 335 349 266 400 184 103 112 246 3

Avg 31.5 29.3 30.0 24.5 26.6 10.5 12.9 8.9 12.5 7.1 7.4 6.2 8.2 1.5

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Conference-only statistics Player GP GS Ria’n Holland 18 18 Jordan Strawberry 17 16 Demetre Rivers 18 18 Desmond Ringer 18 17 Stephon Jelks 18 17 Cory Kilby 18 0 Andrew Fishler 17 1 Rashad Lewis 18 2 Ryan Johnson 18 0 Jaylen Stowe 18 0 Ross Cummings 5 0 JJ N’Ganga 16 1 Darius Roy 7 0 TEAM Total 18 Opponents 18

Min 529 505 523 448 497 245 167 245 148 154 15 101 24

Avg 29.4 29.7 29.1 24.9 27.6 13.6 9.8 13.6 8.2 8.6 3.0 6.3 3.4

FG 177 122 131 92 75 42 31 36 29 14 9 10 19 0

FGA 405 270 276 160 189 99 72 65 103 32 28 33 41 1

Pct 3FG 3FGA .437 77 204 .452 51 117 .475 40 115 .575 0 0 .397 22 77 .424 16 44 .431 11 31 .554 0 0 .282 18 69 .438 3 13 .321 4 19 .303 2 9 .463 0 0 .000 0 0

787 1774 .444 244 698 735 1771 .415 272 790

R-Off R-Def 24 78 16 87 25 70 69 118 71 142 20 61 22 46 20 36 7 34 4 30 5 3 9 12 19 33 0 0 56 57 .350 449 574 .782 367 807 .344 442 592 .747 317 682

Reb 102 103 95 187 213 81 68 56 41 34 8 21 52 0 113 1174 999

Avg 3.3 3.3 3.0 5.8 6.7 2.5 2.5 1.9 1.3 1.3 0.6 1.2 1.7 0.0 3.5 36.7 31.2

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 72 0 59 44 7 32 533 49 0 132 58 1 20 378 64 2 41 68 8 12 357 78 4 13 47 10 8 242 69 1 56 37 15 14 233 42 1 15 18 1 7 122 25 0 14 23 4 6 93 36 0 5 9 23 1 87 46 1 70 23 0 23 91 21 0 9 7 1 2 42 5 0 7 5 0 1 22 7 0 7 6 0 6 26 32 0 4 17 4 2 41 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 2 547 9 432 367 74 134 2269 591 - 430 328 105 180 2184

FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA 99 222 .446 39 106 72 152 .474 30 68 58 143 .406 18 60 56 87 .644 0 0 43 116 .371 10 42 22 49 .449 7 22 25 42 .595 0 0 16 62 .258 10 43 17 42 .405 5 16 13 28 .464 2 10 3 6 .500 1 4 7 13 .538 0 0 1 5 .200 1 3

Pct .368 .441 .300 .000 .238 .318 .000 .233 .313 .200 .250 .000 .333

Reb 59 58 57 109 127 45 32 24 28 30 0 21 2 57 649 546

Avg 3.3 3.4 3.2 6.1 7.1 2.5 1.9 1.3 1.6 1.7 0.0 1.3 0.3 3.2 36.1 30.3

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 43 0 32 24 4 17 301 16.7 27 0 69 29 1 12 228 13.4 30 0 21 43 3 10 167 9.3 46 2 7 24 6 6 159 8.8 40 0 35 19 9 12 132 7.3 17 0 7 16 4 5 67 3.7 20 0 4 5 13 0 56 3.3 26 0 41 15 0 15 49 2.7 17 0 9 11 1 5 45 2.5 15 0 9 6 1 2 39 2.2 1 0 2 0 0 0 7 1.4 15 0 3 6 0 1 15 0.9 2 0 2 2 0 0 4 0.6 1 3 2 300 2 241 203 42 85 1271 70.6 345 - 248 195 49 111 1199 66.6

432 967 .447 123 374 405 977 .415 150 442

Pct FT FTA .377 102 121 .436 83 94 .348 55 67 .000 58 75 .286 61 76 .364 22 30 .355 20 27 .000 15 30 .261 15 21 .231 11 15 .211 0 0 .222 4 8 .000 3 10 .000 0 0

Pct .843 .883 .821 .773 .803 .733 .741 .500 .714 .733 .000 .500 .300 .000

FT FTA Pct 64 76 .842 54 60 .900 33 40 .825 47 55 .855 36 46 .783 16 21 .762 6 15 .400 7 11 .636 6 12 .500 11 15 .733 0 0 .000 1 4 .250 1 2 .500

R-Off R-Def 12 47 6 52 11 46 41 68 44 83 15 30 11 21 4 20 7 21 3 27 0 0 8 13 0 2 25 32 .329 282 357 .790 187 462 .339 239 324 .738 163 383

Avg 17.2 12.2 11.2 7.6 7.3 3.8 3.4 2.9 2.8 1.6 1.6 1.4 1.4 0.0

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70.9 68.2

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UNCG UNCG SPARTANS Basic information Location: .......................... Greensboro, N.C. Founded: .................................................1891 Enrollment: ......................................... 20,000 Nickname: .......................................Spartans Colors: ..................... Gold, White and Navy Chancellor: ................... Franklin Gilliam Jr. Athletics director: ....................Kim Record

2017-18 SCHEDULE

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Date Opponent (TV/Digital) Time November 10 at Virginia (ACC Network Extra) 7 p.m. 15 NORTH CAROLINA WESLEYAN#& (SDN) 7 p.m. 17 FERRUM#&, (SDN) 7 p.m. 20 DELAWARE# (ESPN3) 7 p.m. 21 LONGWOOD# (ESPN3) 7:30 p.m. 24 at Wake Forest (ACC Network Extra) 7 p.m. 28 at Presbyterian (Big South Network) 7 p.m. December 2 at Liberty (Big South Network) 7 ELON (ESPN3) 13 UNCW (ESPN3) 16 at NC State (Fox Sports South) 19 UNC ASHEVILLE (ESPN3) 21 SOUTHEASTERN& (SDN) 30 *WOFFORD (ESPN3)

Team information 2016-17 record: ................................... 25-10 SoCon record: ............................14-4 (t-1st) Home: ........................................................13-4 Away: ........................................................... 8-5 Neutral:........................................................ 4-1 Letterwinners returning/lost:............11/2 Starters returning/lost: .......................... 3/2 Arena: .......Greensboro Coliseum (7,617) Arena record: ........................... 65-68 (.489)

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m.

Matt McCollester Basketball SID

SoCon Championship titles (1) 2001 NCAA appearances (2) 1996, 2001

Alma mater: .................................................................. North Carolina, 2007 Hometown:.................................................................................Charlotte, N.C. Career record (years): .................................................................... 85-102 (6) School record (years): ............................................................................ Same SoCon record (years): .......................................................................53-50 (6) SoCon Championship record (appearances): ............................5-6 (6) NCAA appearances: .........................................................................................0

1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 7 p.m.

February 1 *VMI (ESPN3) 7 *at Furman (ESPN3) 10 *WESTERN CAROLINA& (ESPN3) 12 *ETSU (ESPN3) 15 *at The Citadel (ESPN3) 17 *at Mercer (ESPN3) 20 *at Wofford (ESPN3) 23 *CHATTANOOGA (ESPN3) 25 *SAMFORD (ESPN3)

SoCon regular-season titles (3) 2002 (N), 2012 (N), 2017

HEAD COACH WES MILLER

1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 12 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 5 p.m.

January 6 *at VMI (ESPN3) 11 *at ETSU (ESPN3) 13 *at Western Carolina (ESPN3) 18 *THE CITADEL (ESPN3) 20 *MERCER (ESPN3) 24 *FURMAN (ESPN3) 27 *at Samford (ESPN3) 29 *at Chattanooga (ESPN3)

Media relations MBK contact: ........Matt McCollester Email:.....matt.mccollester@uncg.edu Office:............................ 336-334-5615 Cell: ................................ 336-676-3407 Fax: ................................. 336-334-3182 Press row phone: ...... 336-218-5343 Website: ........... UNCGSpartans.com

Assistant coaches Mike Roberts .......................................................6th season (Indiana, 2005) Andre Morgan ..................................... 2nd season (North Georgia, 2010) Chris LePore ......................................................2nd season (Belmont, 2014)

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD Year 2011-12* 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 Career (6)

School UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG

Record 11-11 9-22 14-18 11-22 15-19 25-10 85-102

Pct. SoCon .500 10-5 .290 6-12 .438 7-9 .333 6-12 .441 10-8 .714 14-4 .455 53-50

Pct. .667 .333 .438 .333 .556 .778 .515

* Served as interim coach for last 22 games of season

March 2-5 at SoCon Championship (Asheville, N.C.) * - Southern Conference game # - UNCG Showcase (Greensboro, N.C.) & - Fleming Gymnasium All times Eastern

2017-18 SPARTANS ROSTER No. 0 1 2 3 10 11 13 14 15 21 22 24 25 32 35 44

Name Kylia Sykes Marvin Smith Jr. Malik Massey Jelani Mofford Francis Alonso Demetrius Troy Justin Jordan Kyrin Galloway Garrett Collins James Dickey III Jack Konstanzer Isaiah Miller Lloyd Burgess Jordy Kuiper Eric Hamilton Kaleb Hunter

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

Ht. 6-5 6-6 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-8 6-5 6-10 5-11 6-0 6-11 6-9 6-9 6-4

Wt. 195 205 195 187 185 187 185 215 200 200 165 180 270 250 250 190

Class R-Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. So. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr.

Hometown/Last school Washington, D.C./St. John’s College Richmond, Va./Fork Union Military Academy Charlotte, N.C./New Hampton Prep Mississauga, Ontario/Athlete Institute Malaga, Spain/Cushing Academy (Mass.) Raleigh, N.C./Word of God Davidson, N.C./Milwaukee Milton, Ga./Milton Asheville, N.C./Fishburne Military Academy Raleigh, N.C./Word of God Kill Devil Hills, N.C./First Flight Covington, Ga./Newton Durham, N.C./Christ School Groningen, Netherlands/Canaries Basketball Atlanta, Ga./Wichita State Raleigh, N.C./Neuse Christian

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SPARTANS 2016-17 RESULTS (25-10 overall, 14-4 SoCon; t-1st)

FRANCIS ALONSO

Opponent VIRGINIA PRESBYTERIAN at High Point# vs. North Dakota State# vs. Navy# BELMONT ABBEY^ NORTH CAROLINA A&T LIBERTY& MARS HILL WAKE FOREST SOUTHERN WESLEYAN at UNCA at Georgetown *at The Citadel *SAMFORD *CHATTANOOGA *WESTERN CAROLINA *at ETSU *at VMI *MERCER *THE CITADEL *at Wofford *FURMAN *at Chattanooga *at Samford *at Western Carolina *WOFFORD *at Furman *at Mercer *VMI& *ETSU vs. The Citadel (SC) vs. Wofford (SC) vs. ETSU (SC) at Syracuse (NIT)

Result L W L W W W W W W L W W L W L W W W W W W L L L W W W W W W W W W L L

Score 51-76 61-42 57-63 65-54 72-59 90-54 86-66 72-65 108-56 75-78 96-61 75-73 56-78 95-87 62-73 73-68 76-57 83-79 91-82 68-66 81-72 74-93 67-73 68-91 81-75 76-68 74-55 73-52 72-66 74-67 72-66 76-67 77-73 74-79 77-90

* - Southern Conference game # - High Point Tournament (High Point, N.C.) ^ - High Point Tournament; & - Fleming Gymnasium (SC) - Southern Conference Championship (Asheville, N.C.) (NIT) - National Invitation Tournament

Junior • Guard 14.9 ppg, 2.0 apg in 2016-17

2016-17 STATISTICS Overall statistics Player Francis Alonso Diante Baldwin RJ White Marvin Smith Demetrius Troy James Dickey Jordy Kuiper Malik Massey Kyrin Galloway Jelani Mofford Taqqi Muhammad Garrett Collins Justin Jordan Lloyd Burgess TEAM Total Opponents

GP 35 35 35 34 34 33 35 35 29 4 4 15 6 10

GS 34 35 35 34 2 10 24 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

Min 1007 1076 889 887 708 729 698 554 240 17 21 63 35 75

Avg 28.8 30.7 25.4 26.1 20.8 22.1 19.9 15.8 8.3 4.3 5.3 4.2 5.8 7.5

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Conference-only statistics Player GP GS Francis Alonso 18 18 Diante Baldwin 18 18 RJ White 18 18 Marvin Smith 17 17 James Dickey 17 7 Demetrius Troy 18 1 Jordy Kuiper 18 11 Malik Massey 18 0 Kyrin Galloway 17 0 Justin Jordan 5 0 Garrett Collins 6 0 Lloyd Burgess 1 0 TEAM Total 18 Opponents 18

Min 534 561 473 466 369 364 352 291 141 31 16 2

Avg 29.7 31.2 26.3 27.4 21.7 20.2 19.6 16.2 8.3 6.2 2.7 2.0

FG 152 171 181 107 83 85 78 43 26 3 2 8 3 5

FGA 338 400 329 287 199 147 147 109 40 6 3 22 8 8

Pct 3FG 3FGA .450 102 221 .428 43 115 .550 16 51 .373 55 175 .417 44 115 .578 0 1 .531 14 46 .394 25 56 .650 0 1 .500 2 4 .667 0 1 .364 6 19 .375 1 2 .625 0 0

947 2043 .464 308 807 832 1942 .428 258 719

Pct FT FTA Pct R-Off R-Def .462 114 130 .877 11 55 .374 86 118 .729 29 95 .314 73 120 .608 74 159 .314 41 57 .719 47 93 .383 25 33 .758 15 62 .000 37 69 .536 87 149 .304 16 26 .615 63 91 .446 11 19 .579 3 27 .000 13 15 .867 23 41 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 3 4 .750 1 2 .316 2 2 1.000 0 4 .500 2 2 1.000 0 5 .000 3 8 .375 8 6 44 47 .382 426 603 .706 405 836 .359 502 673 .746 361 758

Reb 66 124 233 140 77 236 154 30 64 0 3 4 5 14 91 1241 1119

Avg 1.9 3.5 6.7 4.1 2.3 7.2 4.4 0.9 2.2 0.0 0.8 0.3 0.8 1.4 2.6 35.5 32.0

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 83 1 71 64 2 29 520 69 1 149 93 6 63 471 114 7 43 70 39 30 451 96 5 36 47 21 30 310 46 1 117 60 1 36 235 74 1 34 47 43 14 207 70 1 26 35 3 10 186 37 0 34 23 0 18 122 27 0 7 6 15 6 65 3 0 1 1 0 1 8 1 0 2 3 0 1 7 6 0 1 2 1 3 24 2 0 1 2 0 3 9 10 0 3 8 2 1 13 0 13 0 638 17 525 474 133 245 2628 605 - 441 486 106 225 2424

FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA 88 174 .506 57 110 90 201 .448 23 59 94 178 .528 12 36 43 133 .323 24 80 46 71 .648 0 1 39 80 .488 17 46 37 77 .481 4 23 18 53 .340 12 27 16 24 .667 0 1 3 6 .500 1 2 2 3 .667 1 2 0 0 .000 0 0

Pct .518 .390 .333 .300 .000 .370 .174 .444 .000 .500 .500 .000

Reb 36 57 126 65 121 41 91 15 32 4 2 0 40 630 590

Avg 2.0 3.2 7.0 3.8 7.1 2.3 5.1 0.8 1.9 0.8 0.3 0.0 2.2 35.0 32.8

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 42 0 33 33 1 15 304 36 0 74 52 5 25 255 62 5 19 32 20 13 240 51 3 14 31 11 10 132 36 0 16 29 21 8 117 23 1 59 34 0 13 112 39 1 10 19 2 4 85 23 0 19 12 0 9 56 15 0 3 3 12 3 45 2 0 1 1 0 3 9 0 0 0 1 0 2 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 330 10 248 255 72 105 1360 326 - 222 219 41 108 1290

476 1000 .476 151 387 438 1049 .418 133 389

FT FTA Pct R-Off R-Def 71 82 .866 6 30 52 70 .743 9 48 40 57 .702 40 86 22 29 .759 19 46 25 47 .532 37 84 17 22 .773 3 38 7 12 .583 36 55 8 12 .667 1 14 13 15 .867 13 19 2 2 1.000 0 4 0 0 .000 0 2 0 0 .000 0 0 15 25 .390 257 348 .739 179 451 .342 281 371 .757 203 387

Avg 14.9 13.5 12.9 9.1 6.9 6.3 5.3 3.5 2.2 2.0 1.8 1.6 1.5 1.3

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75.1 69.3

Avg 16.9 14.2 13.3 7.8 6.9 6.2 4.7 3.1 2.6 1.8 0.8 0.0 75.6 71.7

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SAMFORD SAMFORD BULLDOGS Basic information Location: ......................... Birmingham, Ala. Founded: .................................................1841 Enrollment: ............................................5,509 Nickname: ....................................... Bulldogs Colors: ...................................... Red and Blue President:......Dr. Andrew Westmoreland Athletics director: ............ Martin Newton

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2017-18 SCHEDULE Date Opponent (TV/Digital) November 10 at Arkansas (SEC Network Plus) 13 ALABAMA A&M (SoCon Digital Network) 16 at LSU (SEC Network Plus) 19 at Loyola Chicago# (ESPN3) 21 at Valparaiso# (ESPN3) 24 SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA# (ESPN3) 26 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE# (ESPN3)

Time 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 3 p.m. 8 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m.

December 3 at Jacksonville State (OVC Digital Network) 5 at Memphis (ESPN3) 9 at Clemson (ACC Network Extra) 15 THOMAS UNIVERSITY (ESPN3) 18 ASBURY (ESPN3) 21 at Kennesaw State (ESPN3) 30 *CHATTANOOGA (ESPN3)

3 p.m. 8 p.m. 3 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m.

January 4 *ETSU (ESPN3) 6 *WESTERN CAROLINA (ESPN3) 11 *at The Citadel (ESPN3) 13 *at Mercer (ESPN3) 18 *WOFFORD (ESPN3) 20 *at Furman (ESPN3) 24 *at Chattanooga (ESPN3) 27 *UNCG (ESPN3) 29 *VMI (ESPN3)

8 p.m. 8 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 8 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m.

February 1 *at ETSU (ESPN3) 3 *at Western Carolina (ESPN3) 7 *at Wofford (ESPN3) 10 *The Citadel (ESPN3) 12 *Mercer (ESPN3) 17 *Furman (ESPN3) 23 *at VMI (ESPN3) 25 *at UNCG (ESPN3)

7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m.

Team information 2016-17 record: ................................... 20-16 SoCon record: .............................. 8-10 (7th) Home: ........................................................10-6 Away: ........................................................... 8-9 Neutral:........................................................ 2-1 Letterwinners returning/lost:............10/3 Starters returning/lost: .......................... 5/0 Arena:..............Pete Hanna Center (5,000) Arena record:............................ 78-63 (.553)

Media relations MBK contact: ...............Zac Schrieber Email:........... zdschrie@samford.edu Office:............................ 205-726-2802 Cell: ................................ 205-532-3476 Fax: ................................. 205-726-2545 Press row phone: ...... 205-532-3476 Website: ........... SamfordSports.com SoCon regular-season titles (0)

Zac Schrieber Basketball SID

SoCon Championship titles (0) NCAA appearances (2) 1999, 2000

HEAD COACH SCOTT PADGETT Alma mater: .............................................................................Kentucky, 1999 Hometown:................................................................................... Louisville, Ky. Career record (years): .......................................................................47-54 (3) School record (years): ............................................................................ Same SoCon record (years): .......................................................................18-36 (3) SoCon Championship record (appearances): ............................3-3 (3) NCAA appearances: .........................................................................................0 Assistant coaches Jake Headrick .............................................. 6th season (Montevallo, 2005) Sidney Ball ...................................................................4th season (UAB, 2005) Charles Newton..................................4th season (Tennessee Tech, 2011)

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD Year 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 Career (3)

School Samford Samford Samford

Record 13-19 14-19 20-16 47-54

Pct. SoCon .406 6-12 .424 4-14 .556 8-10 .465 18-36

Pct. .333 .222 .444 .333

March 2-5 at SoCon Championship (Asheville, N.C.) * - Southern Conference game # - Savannah Invitational (campus sites) All times Eastern

2017-18 BULLDOGS ROSTER No. Name 00 Christen Cunningham 0 Brandon Austin* 1 Kevion Nolan 2 Justin Coleman 3 Josh Sharkey 4 Triston Chambers 13 Eric Adams 14 Tanner Tapp 15 Stefan Lakic 20 Alex Thompson 22 Demetrius Denzel-Dyson 24 Gerald Smith 30 Luke Touliatos 32 Ruben Guerrero* 33 Wyatt Walker 43 JT Mumber 55 Alex Peters * Will redshirt 2017-18 season

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

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Ht. 6-2 6-5 6-2 5-10 5-10 6-2 6-7 6-2 6-7 6-8 6-5 6-4 6-4 7-0 6-9 6-7 6-8

Wt. 190 200 170 170 170 185 215 190 220 210 205 185 180 240 240 205 225

Class Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr.

Hometown/Last school Georgetown, Ky./Henry Clay Montgomery, Ala./Alabama Anniston, Ala./Sacred Heart Catholic Birmingham, Ala./Alabama Philadelphia, Pa./Archbishop Carroll Cold Springs, Ala./Cold Springs Hoover, Ala./Hoover Brentwood, Tenn./Brentwood Visegrad, Bosnia/Missouri State–West Plains Dothan, Ala./Auburn Covington, Tenn./Massachusetts Carbon Hill, Ala./Carbon Hill Homewood, Ala./Homewood High School Marbella, Spain/USF Jacksonville, Fla./Providence School Rome, Ga./Darlington Mountain Brook, Ala./Mountain Brook

WYATT WALKER Junior • Center 12.9 ppg, 9.7 rpg in 2016-17


BULLDOGS 2016-17 RESULTS (20-16 overall, 8-10 SoCon; 7th)

DEMETRIUS DENZEL-DYSON Senior • Guard

Opponent at San Diego# at New Mexico State# at Campbell at Cincinnati BETHUNE-COOKMAN# NICHOLLS STATE# at Saint Louis JACKSONVILLE STATE MILES COLLEGE at South Alabama at Florida State FLORIDA A&M FORT VALLEY STATE *at UNCG *at Western Carolina *FURMAN *WOFFORD *MERCER *at The Citadel *at Chattanooga *ETSU *at VMI *WESTERN CAROLINA *UNCG *at Wofford *at Furman *at ETSU *VMI *CHATTANOOGA *THE CITADEL *at Mercer vs. VMI (SC) vs. Furman (SC) vs. ETSU (SC) CANISIUS (CIT) at Liberty (CIT)

Result Score W 83-65 L 48-58 W 66-53 L 55-70 W 93-65 LO2 103-106 W 68-64 W 81-77 W 92-73 W 82-79 L 68-76 W 83-63 W 94-74 W 73-62 W 70-65 L 73-83 WOT 91-89 L 65-68 W 98-90 L 78-82 LO2 86-96 W 69-67 W 82-63 L 75-81 LO4 127-131 L 73-90 L 77-79 W 80-61 WOT 72-68 L 96-102 L 79-88 W 79-61 W 67-63 L 72-81 W 78-74 L 58-66

* - Southern Conference game # - San Diego Classic (SC) - Southern Conference Championship (Asheville, N.C.) (CIT) - CollegeInsider.com Tournament

16.1 ppg, 4.8 rpg in 2016-17

2016-17 STATISTICS Overall statistics Player D. Denzel-Dyson Wyatt Walker Alex Thompson Christen Cunningham Josh Sharkey Triston Chambers Justin Hopkins Terry Brutus Alex Peters Eric Adams James Boone Gerald Smith Tanner Tapp TEAM Total Opponents

GP 36 34 36 36 36 36 34 29 32 30 6 23 8

GS 36 34 33 36 1 35 0 3 0 2 0 0 0

Min 1110 991 925 1250 811 815 543 304 271 253 43 111 23

Avg 30.8 29.1 25.7 34.7 22.5 22.6 16.0 10.5 8.5 8.4 7.2 4.8 2.9

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Conference-only statistics Player GP GS D. Denzel-Dyson 18 18 Wyatt Walker 16 16 Alex Thompson 18 15 Christen Cunningham 18 18 Josh Sharkey 18 1 Triston Chambers 18 17 Justin Hopkins 18 0 Eric Adams 15 2 Terry Brutus 17 3 Alex Peters 17 0 Gerald Smith 11 0 Tanner Tapp 2 0 TEAM Total 18 Opponents 18

Min 604 448 446 645 420 423 295 152 165 167 32 3

Avg 33.6 28.0 24.8 35.8 23.3 23.5 16.4 10.1 9.7 9.8 2.9 1.5

FG 195 157 146 140 83 88 55 26 29 25 2 8 1

FGA 394 268 337 332 201 206 113 64 42 47 8 18 8

955 2038 .469 279 707 961 2241 .429 298 900

R-Off R-Def 36 136 99 230 25 129 18 81 15 54 9 56 24 63 12 50 12 16 31 54 2 3 2 9 0 3 60 71 .395 645 868 .743 345 955 .331 513 714 .718 428 849

Reb 172 329 154 99 69 65 87 62 28 85 5 11 3 131 1300 1277

Avg 4.8 9.7 4.3 2.8 1.9 1.8 2.6 2.1 0.9 2.8 0.8 0.5 0.4 3.7 36.1 35.5

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 85 4 40 79 6 24 580 88 2 51 67 29 21 440 74 2 28 44 18 15 422 55 1 225 78 0 31 410 97 1 150 97 2 71 294 73 2 37 29 2 21 261 40 0 18 27 2 7 172 45 0 12 26 3 10 76 55 1 6 10 8 9 78 45 1 7 20 17 8 73 4 0 5 3 0 2 7 16 0 2 2 1 1 19 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 10 0 678 14 581 493 88 221 2834 733 - 591 444 134 245 2733

FG 115 68 72 64 49 42 31 17 12 16 0 0

Pct .470 .333 .411 .406 .200 .434 .385 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

Reb 94 142 70 56 38 33 49 41 32 14 0 0 61 630 636

Avg 5.2 8.9 3.9 3.1 2.1 1.8 2.7 2.7 1.9 0.8 0.0 0.0 3.4 35.0 35.3

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 40 2 19 37 3 15 338 42 2 26 33 15 7 200 39 2 11 20 11 9 211 34 1 117 46 0 9 192 58 1 80 56 1 37 165 34 1 19 16 1 9 123 26 0 5 15 1 5 102 23 1 3 9 9 5 46 26 0 4 17 1 7 43 32 1 3 5 8 5 43 6 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 360 11 288 258 50 108 1464 374 - 307 220 65 120 1465

FGA 223 116 162 168 107 97 60 29 31 23 0 2

Pct 3FG 3FGA .495 86 187 .586 2 6 .433 73 181 .422 23 65 .413 10 46 .427 73 177 .487 9 26 .406 0 5 .690 0 0 .532 0 0 .250 1 5 .444 2 5 .125 0 4

Pct 3FG 3FGA .516 47 100 .586 1 3 .444 37 90 .381 13 32 .458 4 20 .433 36 83 .517 5 13 .586 0 0 .387 0 2 .696 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1

486 1018 .477 143 344 503 1137 .442 161 453

Pct .460 .333 .403 .354 .217 .412 .346 .000 .000 .000 .200 .400 .000

FT 104 124 57 107 118 12 53 24 20 23 2 1 0

FTA 143 163 71 131 164 17 68 35 29 36 4 3 4

Pct .727 .761 .803 .817 .720 .706 .779 .686 .690 .639 .500 .333 .000

FT FTA Pct R-Off R-Def 61 85 .718 23 71 63 78 .808 42 100 30 36 .833 12 58 51 61 .836 10 46 63 90 .700 8 30 3 3 1.000 1 32 35 43 .814 14 35 12 20 .600 16 25 19 24 .792 5 27 11 17 .647 8 6 1 2 .500 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 29 32 .416 349 459 .760 168 462 .355 298 391 .762 221 415

Avg 16.1 12.9 11.7 11.4 8.2 7.3 5.1 2.6 2.4 2.4 1.2 0.8 0.3

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78.7 75.9

Avg 18.8 12.5 11.7 10.7 9.2 6.8 5.7 3.1 2.5 2.5 0.1 0.0 81.3 81.4

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CHATTANOOGA CHATTANOOGA MOCS

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Date Opponent (TV/Digital) Time November 10 at Wyoming# (Mountain West Network) 9 p.m. 13 at UAB# 8 p.m. 16 HIWASSEE (ESPN3) 7 p.m. 20 #ALABAMA STATE (ESPN3) 7:30 p.m. 21 #JACKSONVILLE ST. or SAVANNAH ST. (ESPN3) 7:30 p.m. 25 TENNESSEE WESLEYAN (ESPN3) 7 p.m. 28 at Akron (ESPN3) 7 p.m. December 2 UT MARTIN (ESPN3) 5 at Marshall (ESPN3) 10 CHARLOTTE (ESPN3) 17 at Tennessee Tech 21 at Jacksonville State 23 GEORGIA STATE (ESPN3) 30 *at Samford (ESPN3)

Basic information Location: .....................Chattanooga, Tenn. Founded: .................................................1886 Enrollment: ......................................... 11,586 Nickname: ............................................. Mocs Colors: .............. Navy, Old Gold and Silver Chancellor: ......................... Dr. Steve Angle Athletics director: .............. Mark Wharton

Media relations MBK contact: ....................Jim Horten Email:........... james-horten@utc.edu Office:............................ 423-425-2350 Fax: ................................. 423-425-1710 Cell: ................................ 423-645-8733 Press row phone: ...... 423-756-5476 Website: .........................GoMocs.com

Team information 2015-16 record: ................................... 19-12 SoCon record: ........................... 10-8 (t-4th) Home: ........................................................11-3 Away: ........................................................... 7-7 Neutral:........................................................ 1-2 Letterwinners returning/lost:.............. 5/7 Starters returning/lost: .......................... 0/5 Arena:........The McKenzie Arena (10,995) Arena record:....................... 404-112 (.783)

SoCon regular-season titles (19) 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 (S), 1997 (S), 1998 (S), 2002 (S), 2005 (N), 2008 (N), 2009 (N), 2011 (N), 2016

7:30 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m.

February 1 *at Western Carolina (ESPN3) 3 *at ETSU (ESPN3) 8 *THE CITADEL (ESPN3) 10 *MERCER (ESPN3) 15 *at Furman (ESPN3) 17 *WOFFORD (ESPN3) 23 *at UNCG (ESPN3) 25 *at VMI (ESPN3)

7:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

SoCon Championship titles (11) 1981, 1982, 1983, 1988, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2005, 2009, 2016 NCAA appearances (11) 1981, 1982, 1983, 1988, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2005, 2009, 2016

HEAD COACH LAMONT PARIS

5 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 8 p.m.

January 4 *WESTERN CAROLINA (ESPN3) 6 *ETSU (ESPN3) 10 *FURMAN (ESPN3) 13 *at The Citadel (ESPN3) 15 *at Mercer (ESPN3) 20 *at Wofford (ESPN3) 24 *SAMFORD (ESPN3) 27 *VMI (ESPN3) 29 *UNCG (ESPN3)

Jim Horten Basketball SID

Alma mater: ............................................................................... Wooster, 1996 Hometown:................................................................................... Findlay, Ohio Career record (years): .......................................................0-0 (First season) School record (years): ............................................................................ Same SoCon record (years): .......................................................0-0 (First season) SoCon Championship record (appearances): .......0-0 (First season) NCAA appearances: .........................................................................................0 Assistant coaches Aaron Fuss .......................................................1st season (Ohio State, 2005) Tanner Bronson ............................................. 1st season (Wisconsin, 2008) Walter Offutt.............................................................. 1st season (Ohio, 2012)

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD Year School 2017-18 Chattanooga Career (First season)

Record Pct. SoCon First season 0-0 .000 0-0

Pct. .000

March 2-5 at SoCon Championship (Asheville, N.C.) * - Southern Conference game # - Cayman Islands Classic (campus sites) All times Eastern

2017-18 MOCS ROSTER No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 10 12 13 21 22 24 25 33

Name Makale Foreman Rodney Chatman Jerry Johnson Jr. David Jean-Baptiste Nick DesMarais Nat Dixon James Lewis Jr. Dylan Brewster A.J. Bowers Duane Moss Makinde London C.J. Massengill Justin Brown Jonathan Bryant II

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

Ht. 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-4 6-6 6-2 6-5 6-6 6-10 6-1 6-10 6-3

Wt. 185 175 220 190 193 180 215 185 184 190 220 175 200 210

Class So. So. Jr. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown/Last school Kingsport, Tenn./Hargrave Military Lithonia, Ga./Lithonia Memphis, Tenn./Fairfield Miami, Fla./Norland White House, Tenn./Heritage Panama City, Fla./East Mississippi CC Mt. Holly, N.C./Phillips Academy Lenoir City, Tenn./Lenoir City Nashville, Tenn./MLK Magnet Myrtle Beach, S.C./Carolina Forest Nashville, Tenn./Xavier Chattanooga, Tenn./Hamilton Heights Chicago, Ill./Marist Orange Park, Fla./Oakleaf

RODNEY CHATMAN Sophomore • Guard 5.3 ppg, 2.2 apg in 2016-17

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MOCS 2016-17 RESULTS (19-12 overall, 10-8 SoCon; t-4th) Opponent at Tennessee# at North Carolina# HIWASSEE vs. Central Arkansas^ vs. Arkansas State^ at Kennesaw State at Coastal Carolina LOUISIANA-MONROE MARSHALL TENNESSEE WESLEYAN at Vanderbilt JACKSONVILLE STATE *at Western Carolina *at UNCG *WOFFORD *FURMAN *THE CITADEL *at Mercer *SAMFORD *VMI *at ETSU *UNCG *WESTERN CAROLINA *at Furman *at Wofford *at VMI *ETSU *at Samford *MERCER *at The Citadel vs. Wofford (SC)

Result W L W W L W W W W W L W W L W W W W W L L W W L W W L LOT L L L

Score 82-69 57-97 102-54 75-64 67-73 88-71 68-52 79-52 96-85 107-65 74-76 73-57 64-48 68-73 77-66 80-64 83-73 70-68 82-78 64-80 71-76 91-68 77-65 56-60 73-65 74-68 51-65 68-72 54-64 76-85 67-79

* - Southern Conference game # - Maui Jim Maui Invitational Mainland ^ - Maui Jim Maui Invitational Mainland (Annapolis, Md.) (SC) - Southern Conference Championship (Asheville, N.C.)

MAKINDE LONDON Junior • Forward 6.0 ppg, 3.5 rpg in 2016-17

2016-17 STATISTICS Overall statistics Player Tre’ McLean Justin Tuoyo Greg Pryor Casey Jones J. Burroughs-Cook Makinde London Rodney Chatman Peyton Woods Makale Foreman Nat Dixon Dylan Brewster Trayvond Massenburg TEAM Total Opponents

GP 30 31 28 28 31 30 31 12 28 30 7 17

GS 29 30 28 25 31 8 3 0 0 1 0 0

Min 975 896 832 647 753 460 623 132 319 474 33 81

Avg 32.5 28.9 29.7 23.1 24.3 15.3 20.1 11.0 11.4 15.8 4.7 4.8

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Conference-only statistics Player GP GS Justin Tuoyo 18 17 Tre’ McLean 17 16 Greg Pryor 16 16 Casey Jones 18 17 J. Burroughs-Cook 18 18 Rodney Chatman 18 2 Makinde London 17 3 Peyton Woods 3 0 Makale Foreman 16 0 Nat Dixon 17 1 Dylan Brewster 2 0 Trayvond Massenburg 7 0 TEAM Total 18 Opponents 18

FG 139 156 103 107 96 66 51 14 30 25 5 9

FGA 307 242 225 205 226 149 139 50 88 60 10 17

Pct 3FG 3FGA .453 55 141 .645 8 20 .458 49 127 .522 14 42 .425 24 77 .443 22 70 .367 9 35 .280 13 47 .341 26 80 .417 6 18 .500 5 10 .529 0 0

801 1718 .466 231 667 748 1682 .445 175 511 Min 545 578 493 459 465 363 229 26 193 244 10 20

Avg 30.3 34.0 30.8 25.5 25.8 20.2 13.5 8.7 12.1 14.4 5.0 2.9

Pct FT FTA Pct .390 79 99 .798 .400 102 152 .671 .386 82 107 .766 .333 39 50 .780 .312 71 104 .683 .314 26 39 .667 .257 52 72 .722 .277 6 7 .857 .325 2 4 .500 .333 20 36 .556 .500 0 0 .000 .000 2 7 .286

R-Off R-Def 43 119 75 129 14 55 43 72 27 49 22 82 6 60 4 4 3 9 13 40 3 2 8 15 61 47 .346 481 677 .710 322 683 .342 461 610 .756 328 710

FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct 92 143 .643 7 15 .467 73 169 .432 32 87 .368 53 123 .431 28 73 .384 69 149 .463 10 34 .294 57 144 .396 12 46 .261 25 80 .313 6 26 .231 30 71 .423 9 32 .281 4 10 .400 4 10 .400 17 54 .315 15 50 .300 13 32 .406 3 8 .375 1 4 .250 1 4 .250 2 4 .500 0 0 .000 436 983 .444 127 385 441 955 .462 105 297

FT FTA Pct R-Off R-Def 60 87 .690 44 72 42 55 .764 28 62 45 59 .763 5 33 29 37 .784 32 59 43 64 .672 16 35 37 48 .771 3 35 11 17 .647 11 36 0 0 .000 2 0 2 2 1.000 3 6 11 17 .647 5 21 0 0 .000 0 1 0 2 .000 3 2 37 27 .330 280 388 .722 189 389 .354 251 331 .758 169 420

Reb 162 204 69 115 76 104 66 8 12 53 5 23 108 1005 1038

Avg 5.4 6.6 2.5 4.1 2.5 3.5 2.1 0.7 0.4 1.8 0.7 1.4 3.5 32.4 33.5

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 49 0 65 49 9 48 412 84 2 33 54 89 22 422 64 0 79 63 4 46 337 59 1 40 53 11 20 267 61 0 36 39 3 27 287 62 0 22 45 17 21 180 74 0 69 66 2 25 163 14 0 3 3 0 3 47 23 0 7 11 0 6 88 62 0 19 19 6 19 76 3 0 3 1 0 0 15 15 0 1 4 4 4 20 0 6 0 570 3 377 413 145 241 2314 603 - 365 462 106 196 2132

Reb 116 90 38 91 51 38 47 2 9 26 1 5 64 578 589

Avg 6.4 5.3 2.4 5.1 2.8 2.1 2.8 0.7 0.6 1.5 0.5 0.7 3.6 32.1 32.7

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 51 2 21 34 44 10 251 30 0 39 26 8 24 220 37 0 40 35 2 24 179 39 0 30 39 7 16 177 34 0 25 22 2 13 169 45 0 36 33 2 13 93 31 0 11 28 10 10 80 2 0 2 1 0 0 12 14 0 4 6 0 4 51 28 0 10 7 1 10 40 3 0 1 0 0 0 3 5 0 1 2 0 0 4 0 4 0 319 2 220 237 76 124 1279 342 - 211 248 69 121 1238

Avg 13.7 13.6 12.0 9.5 9.3 6.0 5.3 3.9 3.1 2.5 2.1 1.2

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74.6 68.8 Avg 13.9 12.9 11.2 9.8 9.4 5.2 4.7 4.0 3.2 2.4 1.5 0.6 71.1 68.8

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VMI VMI KEYDETS

2017-18 SCHEDULE

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Date Opponent (TV/Digital) Time November 10 at NC State (ACC Network Extra) 7 p.m. 14 at Duquesne 7 p.m. 18 PRESBYTERIAN (ESPN3) 1 p.m. 21 OHIO VALLEY (ESPN3) 7 p.m. 25 at American (Patriot League Network) 4 p.m. 28 at Charleston Southern (Big South Network) 7:30 p.m. December 2 RADFORD (ESPN3) 5 at Davidson 9 LONGWOOD (ESPN3) 14 SOUTHERN WESLEYAN (ESPN3) 22 at VCU (CBS 6 Richmond) 30 *FURMAN (ESPN3)

1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

January 4 *at Wofford (ESPN3) 6 *UNCG (ESPN3) 13 *at ETSU (ESPN3) 15 *at Western Carolina (ESPN3) 18 *MERCER (ESPN3) 20 *THE CITADEL (ESPN3) 24 *WOFFORD (ESPN3) 27 *at Chattanooga (ESPN3) 29 *at Samford (ESPN3)

7 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 8 p.m.

February 1 *at UNCG (ESPN3) 8 *WESTERN CAROLINA (ESPN3) 10 *ETSU (ESPN3) 15 *at Mercer (ESPN3) 17 *at The Citadel (ESPN3) 20 *at Furman (ESPN3) 23 *SAMFORD (ESPN3) 25 *CHATTANOOGA (ESPN3)

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

Basic information Location: ................................Lexington, Va. Founded: .................................................1839 Enrollment: ............................................1,550 Nickname: .........................................Keydets Colors: .....................Red, Yellow and White Superintendent: ...Gen. J.H. Binford Peay III Athletics director: ............... Dr. Dave Diles

Media relations MBK contact: ..............Wade Branner Email:...............brannerwh@vmi.edu Office:............................ 540-464-7253 Cell: ................................ 540-319-1271 Fax: ................................. 540-464-7583 Press row phone: ...... 540-463-6725 Website: ..................VMIKeydets.com

Team information 2016-17 record: ......................................6-24 SoCon record: ............................3-15 (10th) Home: .......................................................... 5-9 Away: .........................................................1-14 Neutral:........................................................ 0-1 Letterwinners returning/lost:.............. 7/7 Starters returning/lost: .......................... 1/4 Arena:........................Cameron Hall (5,000) Arena record:....................... 271-210 (.563)

SoCon regular-season titles (2) 1976, 1977 SoCon Championship titles (3) 1964, 1976, 1977

Wade Branner Basketball SID

NCAA appearances (3) 1964, 1976, 1977

HEAD COACH DAN EARL Alma mater: .......................................................................... Penn State, 1997 Hometown:.......................................................................Medford Lakes, N.J. Career record (years): .......................................................................15-45 (2) School record (years): ............................................................................ Same SoCon record (years): ......................................................................... 7-29 (2) SoCon Championship record (appearances): ............................0-2 (1) NCAA appearances: .........................................................................................0 Assistant coaches Kevin Carroll ............................................................. 1st season (Berry, 2000) Steve Lepore...............................................3rd season (Wake Forest, 2003) Austin Kenon...............................................................1st season (VMI, 2011)

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD Year 2015-16 2016-17 Career (2)

School VMI VMI

Record 9-21 6-24 15-45

Pct. SoCon .300 4-14 .200 3-15 .250 7-29

Pct. .222 .167 .194

March 2-5 at SoCon Championship (Asheville, N.C.) * - Southern Conference game All times Eastern

2017-18 KEYDETS ROSTER No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 10 11 12 15 23 24 25 31

Name Austin Vereen Keith Smith Garrett Gilkeson Tragen Fahl Fred Iruafemi Greg Parham Armani Branch Jordan Ratliffe Ta’Vonne Bond Myles Lewis Bubba Parham Will Miller Tyler Creammer Sarju Patel

Pos. G G G F F G F G G F G F F G

Ht. 6-4 6-0 6-4 6-8 6-6 6-4 6-6 6-0 6-0 6-5 5-11 6-8 6-10 6-3

Wt. 190 170 200 180 205 160 205 188 163 181 155 210 245 170

Class Jr. So. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr.

Hometown/Last school Washington, D.C./Maret School Danville, Calif./Montverde Academy Parkersburg, W.Va./Parkersburg South Virginia Beach, Va./Atlantic Shores Christian Raleigh, N.C./Middle Creek Richmond, Va./Monacan Hampton, Va./Genesis Academy Marston, N.C./Village Christian Columbia, S.C./Mount Zion Christian Ashburn, Va./Victory Rock Prep Snellville, Ga./Brookwood South Boston, Va./Halifax County Parkton, N.C./Miller School Daleville, Va./Hargrave Military

FRED IRUAFEMI Senior • Forward 1.8 ppg, 2.1 rpg in 2016-17

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KEYDETS 2016-17 RESULTS (6-24 overall, 3-15 SoCon; 10th) Opponent at Richmond SOUTHERN VIRGINIA at Virginia Tech at Presbyterian CAMPBELL at Radford GARDNER-WEBB at West Virginia CHARLESTON SOUTHERN FROSTBURG STATE at Dayton *at ETSU *at Mercer *at The Citadel *WESTERN CAROLINA *UNCG *at Wofford *at Furman *at Chattanooga *SAMFORD *ETSU *MERCER *THE CITADEL *FURMAN *CHATTANOOGA *at Samford *WOFFORD *at UNCG *at Western Carolina vs. Samford (SC)

Result L W L L L L L L W W L L L L W L L L W L L L W L L L L L L L

Score 69-72 78-47 72-88 67-77 53-67 67-74 68-86 55-90 88-83 72-53 56-92 75-102 50-68 74-79 79-78 82-91 70-88 72-89 80-64 67-69 71-81 51-81 101-78 52-80 68-74 61-80 63-81 67-74 68-81 61-79

* - Southern Conference game (SC) - Southern Conference Championship (Asheville, N.C.)

ARMANI BRANCH Senior • Forward 7.8 ppg, 3.5 rpg in 2016-17

2016-17 STATISTICS Overall statistics Player QJ Peterson Julian Eleby Trey Chapman Armani Branch Adrian Rich Keith Smith Will Miller Garrett Gilkeson Fred Iruafemi Austin Vereen Tyler Creammer Chuchu Enechionyia D’Andre Mahaffey Marcus Larsson Kuony Deng Will Weethee TEAM Total Opponents

GP 30 30 30 27 30 30 30 29 29 27 26 5 1 2 1 2

GS 29 30 30 16 30 1 0 0 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Min 951 960 771 464 800 613 320 356 341 218 171 26 2 3 1 3

Avg 31.7 32.0 25.7 17.2 26.7 20.4 10.7 12.3 11.8 8.1 6.6 5.2 2.0 1.5 1.0 1.5

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Conference-only statistics Player GP GS QJ Peterson 18 18 Julian Eleby 18 18 Armani Branch 18 15 Trey Chapman 18 18 Adrian Rich 18 18 Keith Smith 18 0 Will Miller 18 0 Garrett Gilkeson 17 0 Tyler Creammer 17 0 Austin Vereen 16 0 Fred Iruafemi 17 3 Marcus Larsson 1 0 Will Weethee 1 0 Kuony Deng 1 0 TEAM Total 18 Opponents 18

Min 586 606 384 461 516 353 155 186 110 120 120 1 1 1

Avg 32.6 33.7 21.3 25.6 28.7 19.6 8.6 10.9 6.5 7.5 7.1 1.0 1.0 1.0

FG 200 123 104 85 74 50 29 19 23 11 13 1 0 0 0 0

FGA 464 325 222 187 183 123 59 83 40 47 36 6 1 1 0 1

732 1778 .412 248 786 826 1709 .483 244 616

R-Off R-Def 51 143 24 130 57 103 38 57 7 30 8 36 17 23 20 33 24 38 9 21 10 24 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 38 41 .316 345 500 .690 306 684 .396 450 671 .671 314 811

Reb 194 154 160 95 37 44 40 53 62 30 34 7 0 0 0 1 79 990 1125

Avg 6.5 5.1 5.3 3.5 1.2 1.5 1.3 1.8 2.1 1.1 1.3 1.4 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.5 2.6 33.0 37.5

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 61 0 73 77 2 47 589 45 0 66 64 7 31 388 89 2 25 40 23 11 287 38 1 12 35 23 9 211 74 3 59 48 3 34 195 77 3 56 43 12 23 143 39 0 14 13 6 10 71 34 0 25 26 4 6 56 73 2 14 16 27 11 51 32 1 9 9 4 3 33 27 0 2 11 2 3 30 4 0 1 2 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 11 0 595 12 356 395 114 188 2057 484 - 450 389 74 213 2346

FG 122 69 77 61 44 26 15 9 8 6 6 0 0 0

Pct .398 .306 .444 .300 .259 .243 .250 .143 .000 .250 .000 .000 .000 .000

Reb 110 104 73 96 25 29 15 29 22 15 15 0 1 0 46 580 682

Avg 6.1 5.8 4.1 5.3 1.4 1.6 0.8 1.7 1.3 0.9 0.9 0.0 1.0 0.0 2.6 32.2 37.9

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 36 0 47 48 2 28 360 28 0 45 40 6 20 223 35 1 9 31 19 8 190 53 2 16 22 15 6 173 46 2 33 35 3 22 113 45 1 24 26 7 13 76 23 0 4 1 2 4 41 17 0 15 10 1 4 25 19 0 2 5 1 2 20 15 0 7 2 0 0 17 32 0 5 3 6 5 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 9 0 350 6 207 232 62 112 1251 294 - 271 222 39 127 1438

FGA 267 195 165 118 110 66 28 45 23 22 10 0 1 0

Pct 3FG 3FGA .431 78 212 .378 70 211 .468 13 54 .455 20 50 .404 27 87 .407 20 66 .492 2 15 .229 11 53 .575 0 0 .234 7 32 .361 0 0 .167 0 4 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1

Pct 3FG 3FGA .457 49 123 .354 37 121 .467 20 45 .517 9 30 .400 14 54 .394 9 37 .536 2 8 .200 4 28 .348 0 0 .273 4 16 .600 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 0 0

443 1050 .422 148 463 509 1054 .483 152 405

Pct FT FTA .368 111 156 .332 72 94 .241 66 98 .400 21 33 .310 20 24 .303 23 34 .133 11 23 .208 7 10 .000 5 11 .219 4 6 .000 4 7 .000 1 4 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0

Pct .712 .766 .673 .636 .833 .676 .478 .700 .455 .667 .571 .250 .000 .000 .000 .000

FT FTA Pct 67 93 .720 48 65 .738 16 25 .640 42 62 .677 11 15 .733 15 24 .625 9 17 .529 3 4 .750 4 7 .571 1 2 .500 1 5 .200 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000

R-Off R-Def 27 83 16 88 27 46 36 60 3 22 8 21 7 8 12 17 6 16 3 12 6 9 0 0 0 1 0 0 23 23 .320 217 319 .680 174 406 .375 268 378 .709 201 481

Avg 19.6 12.9 9.6 7.8 6.5 4.8 2.4 1.9 1.8 1.2 1.2 0.6 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

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68.6 78.2 Avg 20.0 12.4 10.6 9.6 6.3 4.2 2.3 1.5 1.2 1.1 0.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 69.5 79.9

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2017-18 SCHEDULE Date Opponent (TV/Digital) November 10 at Clemson (ACC Network Extra) 13 at Cincinnati (ESPN3) 15 HIWASSEE (ESPN3) 19 at Minnesota# (Fox Sports 1) 21 at Massachusetts# 24 vs. UT-Arlington^ 25 vs. Alabama A&M or Niagara^ 30 at College of Charleston (CAA.TV)

Time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 4/7 p.m. 7 p.m.

December 4 APPALACHIAN STATE (ESPN3) 6 at North Carolina (Fox Sports South) 8 SOUTHERN WESLEYAN (ESPN3) 17 vs. UNC Asheville% 19 HIGH POINT (ESPN3) 30 *at The Citadel (ESPN3)

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

January 4 *at Chattanooga (ESPN3) 6 *at Samford (ESPN3) 10 *MERCER (ESPN3) 13 *UNCG (ESPN3) 15 *VMI (ESPN3) 20 *at ETSU (ESPN3) 27 *at Furman (ESPN3) 29 *at Wofford (ESPN3)

7:30 p.m. 8 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m.

February 1 *CHATTANOOGA (ESPN3) 3 *SAMFORD (ESPN3) 8 *at VMI (ESPN3) 10 *at UNCG& (ESPN3) 15 *WOFFORD (ESPN3) 17 *ETSU (ESPN3) 20 *at Mercer (ESPN3) 23 *FURMAN (ESPN3) 25 *THE CITADEL (ESPN3)

7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m.

March 2-5 at SoCon Championship (Asheville, N.C.) * - Southern Conference game # - Barclays Center Classic (campus sites) ^ - Barclays Center Classic (Niagara University, N.Y.) % - Mountain Classic (U.S. Cellular Center; Asheville, N.C.) & - Fleming Gymnasium All times Eastern

Basic information Location: ............................ Cullowhee, N.C. Founded: .................................................1889 Enrollment: ......................................... 11,043 Nickname: ................................ Catamounts Colors: ................................ Purple and Gold Chancellor: ................ Dr. David O. Belcher Athletics director: ................. Randy Eaton

Media relations MBK contact: ............. Sean Forrester Email:....stforrester@email.wcu.edu Office:............................ 828-227-2655 Cell: ................................ 205-540-6238 Fax: ................................. 828-227-7688 Press row phone: ...... 828-227-2129 Website: ......CatamountSports.com

Team information 2016-17 record: ......................................9-23 SoCon record: ........................... 4-14 (t-8th) Home: .......................................................... 6-8 Away: .........................................................4-14 Neutral:........................................................ 0-1 Letterwinners returning/lost:............12/3 Starters returning/lost: .......................... 5/0 Arena:.....................Ramsey Center (7,826) Arena record:....................... 238-153 (.609)

SoCon regular-season titles (2) 2009 (N), 2011 (N) SoCon Championship titles (1) 1996

Sean Forrester Basketball SID

NCAA appearances (1) 1996

HEAD COACH LARRY HUNTER Alma mater: ......................................................................................Ohio, 1971 Hometown:..................................................................................London, Ohio Career record (years): ............................................................... 689-434 (37) School record (years): .............................................................. 180-210 (12) SoCon record (years): ............................................................... 104-110 (12) SoCon Championship record (appearances): .................... 11-12 (12) NCAA appearances: ........................................................11 (1 in NCAA D1) Assistant coaches Anquell McCollum ...................... 14th season (Western Carolina, 2000) Brigham Waginger .........................7th season (Western Carolina, 2010) Willie Freeman .................................3rd season (Western Carolina, 2003)

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD Year 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1982-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96

School Wittenberg Wittenberg Wittenberg Wittenberg Wittenberg Wittenberg Wittenberg Wittenberg Wittenberg Wittenberg Wittenberg Wittenberg Wittenberg Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio

Record 23-5 16-7 23-6 29-3 28-3 20-10 26-6 18-9 27-4 23-5 25-8 20-7 27-3 12-16 16-12 18-10 14-13 25-8 24-10 16-14

Pct. .821 .696 .793 .906 .903 .667 .813 .667 .871 .821 .758 .741 .900 .429 .571 .643 .519 .758 .706 .533

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1996-97 Ohio 17-10 1997-98 Ohio 5-21 1998-99 Ohio 18-10 1999-00 Ohio 20-13 2000-01 Ohio 19-11 2005-06 Western Carolina 13-17 2006-07 Western Carolina 11-20 2007-08 Western Carolina 10-21 2008-09 Western Carolina 16-15 2009-10 Western Carolina 22-12 2010-11 Western Carolina 18-15 2011-12 Western Carolina 17-18 2012-13 Western Carolina 14-19 2013-14 Western Carolina 19-15 2014-15 Western Carolina 15-17 2015-16 Western Carolina 16-18 2016-17 Western Carolina 9-23 Wittenberg (13) 305-76 Ohio (12) 204-148 Western Carolina (12) 180-210 Career (37) 689-434

.630 .192 .643 .606 .633 .433 7-7 .500 .355 7-11 .389 .323 6-14 .300 .516 11-9 .550 .647 11-7 .611 .545 12-6 .667 .486 8-10 .444 .424 9-9 .500 .559 10-6 .625 .469 9-9 .500 .471 10-8 .556 .281 4-14 .222 .801 .580 .462 104-110 .486 .614 104-110 .486

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Name Maurice Smith Desmond Johnson Matt Halvorsen Jason McMillan Devin Peterson Haboubacar Mutombo Marc Gosselin Deriece Parks Marcus Thomas Mike Amius Ashley Williams Devonte Fuller Onno Steger Yalim Olcay Charlendez Brooks Adam Sledd

Pos. G G G G G G F G G F F G F F F F

Ht. 6-6 5-11 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-5 6-7 6-5 6-3 6-7 6-5 6-1 6-5 6-8 6-9 6-8

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Wt. 215 170 170 165 175 190 205 155 180 210 175 185 205 225 240 220

Class So. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. R-Sr. Jr. R-Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. So. R-Sr. So.

Hometown/Last school Lauderdale Lakes, Fla./Northeast Memphis, Tenn./Kirby Kingsport, Tenn./Christ School (N.C.) Cherokee, N.C./Cherokee Milton, Ga./Mt. Pisgah Christian School Pickering, Ontario/Notre Dame Preparatory School (Mass.) Lyon, France/Cite Scolaire Internationale Charlotte, N.C./South Georgia Technical College Mint Hill, N.C./Moravian Prep Lake Worth, Fla./North Platte CC Morehead City, N.C./Greenfield School Hickory, N.C./Hickory Upper Arlington, Ohio/Upper Arlington Izmir, Turkey/Spire Academy (Ohio) Duncan, S.C./Byrnes Roanoke, Va./Virginia Episcopal School

DEVIN PETERSON Senior • Guard 10.5 ppg, 3.6 apg in 2016-17


CATAMOUNTS 2016-17 RESULTS (9-23 overall, 4-14 SoCon; t-8th)

HABOUBACAR MUTOMBO

Opponent Result Score at Miami L 43-92 HIWASSEE W 87-47 NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL L 59-67 at Marshall# L 63-98 at Ohio State# L 38-66 at Jackson State# W 58-47 at Marquette L 44-90 at Appalachian State W 58-53 at West Virginia^ L 37-90 at UNC Asheville L 57-59 HIGH POINT W 70-65 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON L 59-77 MARS HILL W 87-71 *CHATTANOOGA L 48-64 *SAMFORD L 65-70 *at UNCG L 57-76 *at VMI L 78-79 *at ETSU L 52-75 *THE CITADEL W 100-95 *MERCER L 50-70 *at Furman L 37-85 *WOFFORD W 68-62 *at Mercer L 47-62 *at Samford L 63-82 *at Chattanooga L 65-77 *UNCG L 68-76 *FURMAN L 62-74 *at Wofford L 56-84 *at The Citadel W 84-80 *ETSU L 52-68 *VMI W 81-68 vs. The Citadel (SC) L 72-78

* - Southern Conference game # - Global Sports Invitational ^ - Charleston, W.Va. (SC) - Southern Conference Championship (Asheville, N.C.)

Redshirt senior • Guard 11.7 ppg, 5.3 rpg in 2016-17

2016-17 STATISTICS Overall statistics Player GP Haboubacar Mutombo 31 Devin Peterson 31 Deriece Parks 10 Marc Gosselin 32 Elijah Pughsley 28 Adam Sledd 30 Onno Steger 32 Ashley Williams 20 Yalim Olcay 28 Kyle Rhoades 24 Charlendez Brooks 18 Devonte Fuller 15 Jason McMillan 18 Jesse Deloach 12 Maurice Smith 28 TEAM Total 32 Opponents 32

GS 31 26 9 31 6 23 21 3 6 0 3 0 1 0 0

Conference-only statistics Player GP GS Haboubacar Mutombo 18 18 Devin Peterson 18 16 Marc Gosselin 18 17 Adam Sledd 18 18 Elijah Pughsley 15 0 Onno Steger 18 18 Ashley Williams 15 2 Yalim Olcay 15 0 Kyle Rhoades 17 0 Charlendez Brooks 5 0 Devonte Fuller 6 0 Maurice Smith 17 0 Jesse Deloach 5 0 Jason McMillan 10 1 TEAM Total 18 Opponents 18

Min 999 972 251 877 550 583 744 262 316 199 194 61 98 93 201

Avg 32.2 31.4 25.1 27.4 19.6 19.4 23.3 13.1 11.3 8.3 10.8 4.1 5.4 7.8 7.2

FG 150 119 34 102 56 80 62 31 28 19 10 7 7 3 11

FGA 319 339 95 236 215 162 175 86 59 42 26 16 22 9 43

Pct 3FG 3FGA .470 22 73 .351 12 65 .358 18 60 .432 30 83 .260 37 140 .494 0 0 .354 39 98 .360 12 37 .475 0 1 .452 4 8 .385 0 0 .438 2 5 .318 6 20 .333 0 0 .256 0 3

719 1844 .390 182 593 770 1730 .445 248 699 Min 603 588 506 407 264 500 171 137 164 49 9 130 19 53

Avg 33.5 32.7 28.1 22.6 17.6 27.8 11.4 9.1 9.6 9.8 1.5 7.6 3.8 5.3

Pct .301 .185 .300 .361 .264 .000 .398 .324 .000 .500 .000 .400 .300 .000 .000

R-Off R-Def 56 109 7 70 11 19 65 151 7 49 56 72 37 69 11 13 22 42 21 28 13 27 3 8 1 6 6 7 16 31 65 61 .307 345 528 .653 397 762 .355 557 794 .702 308 829

FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct 96 190 .505 6 27 .222 76 215 .353 7 36 .194 59 138 .428 17 47 .362 55 109 .505 0 0 .000 29 90 .322 20 58 .345 38 104 .365 26 56 .464 15 49 .306 6 24 .250 17 32 .531 0 0 .000 16 35 .457 4 8 .500 3 9 .333 0 0 .000 3 4 .750 0 0 .000 10 32 .313 0 2 .000 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 3 8 .375 2 6 .333 421 1017 .414 88 264 451 959 .470 154 420

FT FTA Pct 42 87 .483 74 98 .755 8 9 .889 52 65 .800 34 51 .667 30 44 .682 23 35 .657 28 41 .683 14 29 .483 16 23 .696 11 13 .846 8 12 .667 0 1 .000 5 14 .357 0 6 .000

FT FTA Pct 24 48 .500 46 58 .793 38 45 .844 18 27 .667 20 29 .690 15 22 .682 20 30 .667 8 20 .400 9 13 .692 1 2 .500 2 3 .667 0 2 .000 2 6 .333 0 1 .000

R-Off R-Def 26 60 4 41 29 87 33 40 2 24 21 41 6 8 11 16 15 22 6 8 0 2 12 21 3 2 0 2 33 34 .333 203 306 .663 201 408 .367 289 411 .703 155 454

Reb 165 77 30 216 56 128 106 24 64 49 40 11 7 13 47 126 1159 1137

Avg 5.3 2.5 3.0 6.8 2.0 4.3 3.3 1.2 2.3 2.0 2.2 0.7 0.4 1.1 1.7 3.9 36.2 35.5

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 60 2 67 59 6 29 364 78 3 113 84 6 37 324 16 0 20 25 2 8 94 101 3 31 73 21 32 286 54 0 47 66 1 9 183 74 0 9 33 11 12 190 69 3 24 46 6 33 186 20 0 8 21 4 7 102 63 1 2 23 2 4 70 30 2 11 19 2 9 58 48 2 8 19 8 4 31 5 0 4 5 0 2 24 5 0 3 4 0 3 20 15 0 4 8 5 3 11 23 0 13 17 1 7 22 1 14 0 662 16 364 516 75 199 1965 537 - 457 431 127 268 2347

Reb 86 45 116 73 26 62 14 27 37 14 2 33 5 2 67 609 609

Avg 4.8 2.5 6.4 4.1 1.7 3.4 0.9 1.8 2.2 2.8 0.3 1.9 1.0 0.2 3.7 33.8 33.8

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 31 1 44 33 2 17 222 45 1 67 53 3 22 205 52 0 16 44 13 22 173 52 0 5 23 6 11 128 26 0 25 28 1 5 98 46 3 15 20 2 21 117 13 0 5 14 4 2 56 32 0 1 13 0 1 42 21 2 6 15 2 6 45 9 0 3 2 2 0 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 8 17 0 9 13 0 6 20 4 0 0 4 1 1 4 3 0 2 0 0 1 8 1 9 0 353 7 198 271 36 115 1133 299 - 267 247 68 143 1347

Avg 11.7 10.5 9.4 8.9 6.5 6.3 5.8 5.1 2.5 2.4 1.7 1.6 1.1 0.9 0.8

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61.4 73.3 Avg 12.3 11.4 9.6 7.1 6.5 6.5 3.7 2.8 2.6 1.4 1.3 1.2 0.8 0.8 62.9 74.8

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Date Opponent (TV/Digital) Time November 10 SOUTH CAROLINA (WMYA My 40/ESPN3) 7 p.m. 12 WASHINGTON & LEE# (ESPN3) 2 p.m. 16 at California# (Pac-12 Networks) 9 p.m. 18 BOB JONES# (ESPN3) 1 p.m. 19 NORTH FLORIDA# (SDN) 2 p.m. 22 at Texas Tech (Fox Sports Southwest) 6:30 p.m. 26 at UNC Asheville (Big South Network) 4:30 p.m. 29 at Coastal Carolina (Chant Vision) 7 p.m. December 6 GEORGIA TECH (ESPN3) 9 JOHNSON & WALES (ESPN3) 17 vs. High Point% (ESPN3) 20 at North Carolina (ESPN2) 30 *at UNCG (ESPN3)

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 9 p.m. 5 p.m.

January 4 *VMI (ESPN3) 6 *THE CITADEL (ESPN3) 10 HARVARD (ESPN3) 13 *FURMAN (ESPN3) 18 *at Samford (ESPN3) 20 *CHATTANOOGA (ESPN3) 24 *at VMI (ESPN3) 27 *ETSU (ESPN3) 29 *WESTERN CAROLINA (ESPN3)

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

February 1 *at The Citadel (ESPN3) 3 *at Mercer (ESPN3) 7 *SAMFORD (ESPN3) 10 *at Furman (ESPN3) 15 *at Western Carolina (ESPN3) 17 *at Chattanooga (ESPN3) 20 *UNCG (ESPN3) 23 *at ETSU (ESPN3) 25 *MERCER (ESPN3)

6 p.m. 4:40 p.m. 7 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

March 2-5 at SoCon Championship (Asheville, N.C.) * - Southern Conference game # - Maui on the Mainland (campus sites) % - Mountain Classic (U.S. Cellular Center; Asheville, N.C.) All times Eastern

Basic information Location: ......................... Spartanburg, S.C. Founded: .................................................1854 Enrollment: ............................................1,650 Nickname: ..........................................Terriers Colors: .......................... Old Gold and Black President:...................Dr. Nayef H. Samhat Athletics director: ......... Richard Johnson

Media relations MBK contact: .......... Hannah Bradley Email:......... bradleymh@wofford.edu Office:............................ 864-597-4092 Cell: ................................ 803-221-8887 Fax: ................................. 864-597-4129 Press row phone: ...... 864-597-4487 Website: .......... WoffordTerriers.com

Team information 2016-17 record: ................................... 16-17 SoCon record: ........................... 10-8 (t-4th) Home: ........................................................11-2 Away: .........................................................4-10 Neutral:........................................................ 1-5 Letterwinners returning/lost:............10/6 Starters returning/lost: .......................... 3/2 Arena:...Richardson Indoor Stadium (3,400) Arena record:.................................0-0 (.000)

SoCon regular-season titles (3) 2010 (S), 2011 (S), 2015 SoCon Championship titles (4) 2010, 2011, 2014, 2015

Hannah Bradley Basketball SID

NCAA appearances (4) 2010, 2011, 2014, 2015

HEAD COACH MIKE YOUNG Alma mater: ................................................................. Emory & Henry, 1986 Hometown:......................................................................................Radford, Va. Career record (years): ............................................................... 248-226 (15) School record (years): ............................................................................ Same SoCon record (years): ............................................................... 146-117 (15) SoCon Championship record (appearances): .................... 16-11 (15) NCAA appearances: .........................................................................................4 Assistant coaches Jay McAuley ........................................................ 3rd season (Georgia, 2006) Kevin Giltner .......................................................5th season (Wofford, 2012) Will Murphy ................................................ 1st season (Wake Forest, 2013)

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD Year 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 Career (15)

School Wofford Wofford Wofford Wofford Wofford Wofford Wofford Wofford Wofford Wofford Wofford Wofford Wofford Wofford Wofford

Record 14-15 9-20 14-14 11-18 10-20 16-16 16-14 26-9 21-13 19-14 13-19 20-13 28-7 15-17 16-17 248-226

Pct. SoCon .483 8-8 .310 4-12 .500 7-9 .379 6-9 .333 5-13 .500 8-12 .533 12-8 .743 15-3 .618 14-4 .576 12-6 .406 7-11 .606 11-5 .800 16-2 .469 11-7 .485 10-8 .523 146-117

Pct. .500 .250 .438 .400 .278 .400 .600 .833 .778 .667 .389 .688 .889 .611 .556 .555

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Name Chevez Goodwin Derrick Brooks Michael Manning Jr. Fletcher Magee Storm Murphy Nathan Hoover Bobby Perez Dishon Lowery Trevor Stumpe Tray Hollowell Keve Aluma Donovan Theme-Love Cameron Jackson Grayson Hickert Matthew Pegram

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

Ht. 6-9 6-3 6-9 6-4 5-11 6-4 5-11 6-7 6-5 6-2 6-9 6-1 6-8 6-7 6-11

Wt. 210 205 200 193 180 180 175 240 201 185 225 185 245 210 250

Class So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. So. So. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr.

Hometown/Last school Blythewood, S.C./College of Charleston Hinesville, Ga./Bartow (Fla.) Memphis, Tenn./Lausanne Collegiate School Orlando, Fla./The First Academy Middleton, Wis./Middleton Memphis, Tenn./Arlington Atlanta, Ga./Marist HS St. Louis, Mo./McIntosh (Ga.) Plainfield, Ill./Plainfield North Hopkinsville, Ky. /University Heights Academy Berlin, Md./Stephen Decatur Providence, R.I./New Hampton School (N.H.) Winchester, Va./John Handley Huntersville, N.C./Lake Norman Charter Mt. Pleasant, S.C./Wando

CAMERON JACKSON Junior • Forward 12.6 ppg, 5.7 rpg in 2016-17

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TERRIERS 2016-17 RESULTS (16-17 overall, 10-8 SoCon; t-4th)

FLETCHER MAGEE

Opponent at LSU ALLEN# vs. Vermont^ vs. Bradley^ vs. Kent State^ at Colorado MARS HILL vs. Miami& VIRGINIA WISE at TCU AUSTIN PEAY at Coastal Carolina at Georgia Tech *MERCER *THE CITADEL *at Chattanooga *at Samford *FURMAN *VMI *at ETSU *UNCG *at Western Carolina *at The Citadel *at Mercer *ETSU *SAMFORD *CHATTANOOGA *at UNCG *WESTERN CAROLINA *at VMI *at Furman vs. Chattanooga (SC) vs. UNCG (SC)

Result Score L 69-91 W 117-77 L 59-60 L 62-70 L 59-66 L 60-75 W 79-76 L 57-74 W 116-56 L 63-72 W 96-77 W 75-74 L 72-76 W 88-71 LOT 103-104 L 66-77 LOT 89-91 W 67-58 W 88-70 L 72-79 W 93-74 L 62-68 W 100-90 W 65-62 W 79-76 WO4 131-127 L 65-73 L 55-74 W 84-56 W 81-63 L 69-78 W 79-67 L 73-77

* - Southern Conference game # - Gulf Coast Showcase ^ - Gulf Coast Showcase (Fort Myers, Fla.) & - Hoophall Miami Invitational (American Airlines Arena) (SC) - Southern Conference Championship (Asheville, N.C.)

Junior • Guard 18.6 ppg, 3.3 rpg in 2016-17

2016-17 STATISTICS Overall statistics Player Fletcher Magee Eric Garcia Cameron Jackson Ryan Sawvell Nathan Hoover Matthew Pegram Jaylen Allen Donovan Theme-Love Derrick Brooks Justin Tucker Trevor Stumpe Dishon Lowery Kevon Tucker Eric Wagenlander Team Total Opponents

GP 33 33 33 33 33 33 32 22 27 27 2 24 15 6

GS 32 33 30 33 15 3 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Min 1099 1111 689 980 821 549 451 219 286 249 11 183 80 22

Avg 33.3 33.7 20.9 29.7 24.9 16.6 14.1 10.0 10.6 9.2 5.5 7.6 5.3 3.7

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Conference-only statistics Player GP GS Fletcher Magee 18 17 Eric Garcia 18 18 Cameron Jackson 18 18 Ryan Sawvell 18 18 Nathan Hoover 18 13 Matthew Pegram 18 0 Donovan Theme-Love 9 0 Derrick Brooks 12 0 Jaylen Allen 17 5 Justin Tucker 13 0 Dishon Lowery 10 0 Kevon Tucker 10 0 Eric Wagenlander 2 1 Team Total 18 Opponents 18

Min 634 658 400 595 506 328 85 129 218 87 55 47 8

Avg 35.2 36.6 22.2 33.1 28.1 18.2 9.4 10.8 12.8 6.7 5.5 4.7 4.0

FG 196 129 171 122 86 72 43 21 23 20 1 13 3 0

FGA 448 288 291 234 224 129 122 43 44 49 4 27 17 6

900 1926 .467 311 771 881 1868 .472 216 632

R-Off R-Def 10 100 9 82 75 113 64 151 21 57 36 65 7 48 0 31 3 31 20 20 2 1 24 26 0 5 1 1 51 53 .403 482 618 .780 323 784 .342 501 688 .728 303 789

Reb 110 91 188 215 78 101 55 31 34 40 3 50 5 2 104 1107 1092

Avg 3.3 2.8 5.7 6.5 2.4 3.1 1.7 1.4 1.3 1.5 1.5 2.1 0.3 0.3 3.2 33.5 33.1

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 44 0 61 55 5 24 613 66 0 226 60 1 24 462 118 5 49 64 31 42 417 63 0 59 45 6 11 322 45 0 35 32 2 6 256 106 4 21 31 11 11 168 62 1 25 35 1 32 122 22 0 31 19 1 8 59 27 0 22 21 2 12 67 24 0 6 10 2 4 57 2 0 3 0 0 1 3 29 0 6 17 8 3 35 7 0 6 5 0 7 12 1 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 9 0 616 10 552 405 71 186 2593 604 - 409 412 90 209 2479

FG 114 76 106 62 45 41 9 11 16 5 4 1 0

Pct .425 .418 .000 .415 .357 .500 .111 .364 .320 .000 .000 .250 .000

Reb 59 59 117 130 47 62 12 20 29 15 20 2 0 57 629 592

Avg 3.3 3.3 6.5 7.2 2.6 3.4 1.3 1.7 1.7 1.2 2.0 0.2 0.0 3.2 34.9 32.9

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 23 0 25 32 3 15 355 39 0 141 35 0 15 283 71 4 26 36 18 27 265 39 0 37 31 4 5 173 26 0 25 18 1 4 136 56 2 14 15 7 5 104 8 0 6 5 1 3 25 11 0 4 9 1 3 33 34 0 12 22 0 19 46 9 0 2 3 1 1 19 7 0 1 6 0 0 11 5 0 4 4 0 4 7 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 328 6 297 221 36 102 1457 369 - 228 231 44 116 1391

FGA 252 177 176 127 118 78 19 22 57 16 11 8 3

Pct 3FG 3FGA .438 112 265 .448 76 168 .588 1 3 .521 28 67 .384 53 150 .558 1 2 .352 23 59 .488 8 25 .523 7 15 .408 0 1 .250 1 2 .481 0 0 .176 1 8 .000 0 6

Pct 3FG 3FGA .452 62 146 .429 41 98 .602 0 1 .488 17 41 .381 30 84 .526 1 2 .474 1 9 .500 4 11 .281 8 25 .313 0 1 .364 0 0 .125 1 4 .000 0 3

490 1064 .461 165 425 499 1048 .476 124 368

Pct FT FTA Pct .423 109 122 .893 .452 128 139 .921 .333 74 115 .643 .418 50 69 .725 .353 31 37 .838 .500 23 30 .767 .390 13 20 .650 .320 9 11 .818 .467 14 27 .519 .000 17 28 .607 .500 0 0 .000 .000 9 14 .643 .125 5 6 .833 .000 0 0 .000

FT FTA Pct R-Off R-Def 65 70 .929 7 52 90 100 .900 6 53 53 81 .654 51 66 32 41 .780 38 92 16 20 .800 10 37 21 25 .840 21 41 6 7 .857 0 12 7 13 .538 2 18 6 11 .545 5 24 9 12 .750 7 8 3 4 .750 14 6 4 4 1.000 0 2 0 0 .000 0 0 25 32 .388 312 388 .804 186 443 .337 269 355 .758 157 435

Avg 18.6 14.0 12.6 9.8 7.8 5.1 3.8 2.7 2.5 2.1 1.5 1.5 0.8 0.0

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78.6 75.1 Avg 19.7 15.7 14.7 9.6 7.6 5.8 2.8 2.8 2.7 1.5 1.1 0.7 0.0 80.9 77.3

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SOCON HOME COURTS

ETSU

McAlister Field House (6,000)

Freedom Hall Civic Center (6,500)

Press row: 843-953-2138

Press row: 423-439-5329

FURMAN

MERCER

Timmons Arena (3,000)

Hawkins Arena (3,500)

Press row: 864-294-3620

Press row: 478-733-0638

UNCG

SAMFORD

Greensboro Coliseum (7,617/23,000)

Pete Hanna Center (5,000)

Press row: 336-218-5343

Press row: 205-532-3476

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VMI

The McKenzie Arena (10,995)

Cameron Hall (5,000)

Press row: 423-756-5476

Press row: 540-463-6725

WESTERN CAROLINA

WOFFORD

Liston B. Ramsey Regional Activity Center (7,826)

Richardson Indoor Stadium (3,400)

Press row: 828-227-2129

Press row: 864-597-4487

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CHATTANOOGA

SOCON CHAMPI0NSHIP U.S. Cellular Center (6,300) Press row: TBD

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2016-17 YEAR IN REVIEW 2016-17 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE STANDINGS ETSU UNCG Furman Chattanooga Wofford Mercer Samford The Citadel Western Carolina VMI

W 14 14 14 10 10 9 8 4 4 3

L 4 4 4 8 8 9 10 14 14 15

Pct .778 .778 .778 .556 .556 .500 .444 .222 .222 .167

Conference PF PA Home 80.9 70.3 8-1 75.6 71.7 7-2 75.8 68.4 8-1 71.1 68.8 6-3 80.9 77.3 7-2 70.6 66.6 4-5 81.3 81.4 4-5 82.1 91.6 2-7 62.9 74.8 3-6 69.5 79.9 2-7

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First round (all games on ESPN3) March 3 (Friday) Game 1: (9) The Citadel 78, (8) Western Carolina 72 Game 2: (7) Samford 79, (10) VMI 61 Quarterfinals (all games on ESPN3) March 4 (Saturday) Game 3: (1) UNCG 76, (9) The Citadel 67 Game 4: (5) Wofford 79, (4) Chattanooga 67 Game 5: (7) Samford 67, (2) Furman 63 Game 6: (3) ETSU 73, (6) Mercer 66 Semifinals (all games on ESPN3) March 5 (Sunday) Game 7: (1) UNCG 77, (5) Wofford 73 Game 8: (3) ETSU 81, (7) Samford 72 Championship (ESPN) March 6 (Monday) Game 9: (3) ETSU 79, (1) UNCG 74

Away 6-3 7-2 6-3 4-5 3-6 5-4 4-5 2-7 1-8 1-8

W 27 25 23 19 16 15 20 12 9 6

L 8 10 12 12 17 17 16 21 23 24

Pct .771 .714 .657 .613 .485 .469 .556 .364 .281 .200

Overall PF 79.5 75.1 74.0 74.6 78.6 70.9 78.7 89.8 61.4 68.6

PA Home 69.7 13-2 69.3 13-4 66.3 11-3 68.8 11-3 75.1 11-2 68.2 8-7 75.9 10-6 94.6 8-8 73.3 6-8 78.2 5-9

Away Neutral 8-5 6-1 8-5 4-1 12-8 0-1 7-7 1-2 4-10 1-5 6-7 1-3 8-9 2-1 3-12 1-1 3-14 0-1 1-14 0-1

SoCon in the Postseason NCAA Championship March 16, 2017 (Orlando, Fla.) No. 13 ETSU No. 4 Florida

NIT March 15, 2017 (Syracuse, N.Y.) No. 8 UNCG No. 1 Syracuse

65 80

77 90

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74 78

79 57

March 25, 2017 (Buies Creek, N.C.) Furman Campbell March 29, 2017 (Jersey City, N.J.) Furman Saint Peter’s

79 64

51 77

58 66

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM First Team Desonta Bradford, ETSU T.J. Cromer, ETSU Diante Baldwin, UNCG R.J. White, UNCG Christen Cunningham, Samford Second Team Devin Sibley, Furman Francis Alonso, UNCG James Dickey, UNCG Wyatt Walker, Samford Fletcher Magee, Wofford Most Outstanding Player T.J. Cromer, ETSU Pinnacle Award (highest GPA on championship-winning team) Isaac Banks, ETSU

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ETSU’s T.J. Cromer earned Most Outstanding Player honors at the 2017 Southern Conference Men’s Basketball Championship presented by General Shale. Cromer averaged 24.7 points per game and was 10-for-18 (55.6 percent) from 3-point range in the Bucs’ three tournament games.


2016-17 YEAR IN REVIEW ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS Coaches All-Conference Team First Team T.J. Cromer, ETSU Devin Sibley, Furman Justin Tuoyo, Chattanooga Eric Garcia, Wofford Fletcher Magee, Wofford Second Team Kris Acox, Furman Ria’n Holland, Mercer Francis Alonso, UNCG Diante Baldwin, UNCG QJ Peterson, VMI Third Team Desonta Bradford, ETSU R.J. White, UNCG Demetrius Denzel-Dyson, Samford Wyatt Walker, Samford Tre’ McLean, Chattanooga

Media All-Conference Team First Team T.J. Cromer, ETSU Devin Sibley, Furman QJ Peterson, VMI Eric Garcia, Wofford Fletcher Magee, Wofford Second Team Kris Acox, Furman Ria’n Holland, Mercer Francis Alonso, UNCG Diante Baldwin, UNCG Justin Tuoyo, Chattanooga Third Team Preston Parks, The Citadel R.J. White, UNCG Demetrius Denzel-Dyson, Samford Wyatt Walker, Samford Tre’ McLean, Chattanooga All-Freshman Team Preston Parks, The Citadel Josh Sharkey, Samford James Dickey, UNCG Nathan Hoover, Wofford Kaelon Harris, The Citadel Triston Chambers, Samford *due to a tie in the voting the All-Freshman team consists of six members

NATIONAL HONORS AP All-America Honorable Mention Devin Sibley, Furman

CONFERENCE AWARDS Coaches Awards Player of the Year Devin Sibley, Jr., G, Furman Freshman of the Year Preston Parks, G, The Citadel Defensive Player of the Year Justin Tuoyo, Sr., F, Chattanooga

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 29 Dec. 6 Dec. 13 Dec. 20 Jan. 3 Jan. 10 Jan. 17 Jan. 24 Jan. 31 Feb. 7 Feb. 14 Feb. 21 Feb. 28

Zane Najdawi, The Citadel Wyatt Walker, Samford Demetrius Denzel-Dyson, Samford Zane Najdawi, The Citadel Tre’ McLean, Chattanooga Julian Eleby, VMI T.J. Cromer, ETSU Wyatt Walker, Samford QJ Peterson, VMI Kris Acox, Furman QJ Peterson, VMI T.J. Cromer, ETSU Fletcher Magee, Wofford Ria’n Holland, Mercer Francis Alonso, UNCG

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All-Freshman Team Preston Parks, The Citadel Jordan Lyons, Furman James Dickey, UNCG Josh Sharkey, Samford Nathan Hoover, Wofford

Furman’s Devin Sibley was named the SoCon Player of the Year in 2016-17, becoming the second straight Paladin to earn the honor (Stephen Croone). Sibley averaged 17.7 points per game in helping Furman to a share of their first regular-season SoCon title since 1990-91.

Coach of the Year Niko Medved, Furman Southern Conference Sports Media Association Awards Malcolm U. Pitt Player of the Year Devin Sibley, Jr., G, Furman Freshman of the Year Preston Parks, G, The Citadel Anton Foy Coach of the Year Niko Medved, Furman

PLAYERS OF THE MONTH November December January February

Wyatt Walker, Samford Tre’ McLean, Chattanooga Devin Sibley, Furman T.J. Cromer, ETSU

Chattanooga’s Justin Tuoyo won his record third SoCon Defensive Player of the Year award in 2016-17.

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SCORING ## Player-Team Cl 1. QJ Peterson-VMI SR 2. T.J. Cromer-ETSU SR 3. Fletcher Magee-WOF SO 4. Preston Parks-CIT FR 5. Devin Sibley-FUR JR 6. Ria’n Holland-MER JR 7. Demetrius Denzel-Dyson-SAM JR 8. Zane Najdawi-CIT SO 9. Francis Alonso-UNCG SO 10. Eric Garcia-WOF SR 11. Tre’ McLean-UTC SR 12. Justin Tuoyo-UTC SR 13. Diante Baldwin-UNCG SR 14. Kris Acox-FUR SR 15. Wyatt Walker-SAM SO 16. Julian Eleby-VMI SR 17. RJ White-UNCG SR 18. Cameron Jackson-WOF SO 19. Jordan Strawberry-MER JR 20. Greg Pryor-UTC SR REBOUNDING ## Player-Team 1. Wyatt Walker-SAM 2. Kris Acox-FUR 3. James Dickey-UNCG 4. Marc Gosselin-WCU 5. Zane Najdawi-CIT 6. RJ White-UNCG 7. Stephon Jelks-MER 8. Justin Tuoyo-UTC 9. Ryan Sawvell-WOF 10. QJ Peterson-VMI 11. Tevin Glass-ETSU 12. Desmond Ringer-MER 13. Cameron Jackson-WOF 14. Tre’ McLean-UTC 15. Trey Chapman-VMI

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE ## Player-Team Cl 1. Justin Tuoyo-UTC SR 2. Kris Acox-FUR SR 3. Cameron Jackson-WOF SO 4. Wyatt Walker-SAM SO 5. Hanner Mosquera-Perea-ETSU SR 6. RJ White-UNCG SR 7. Tevin Glass-ETSU SR 8. Devin Sibley-FUR JR 9. Casey Jones-UTC SR 10. Ryan Sawvell-WOF SR ASSISTS ## Player-Team 1. Eric Garcia-WOF 2. Christen Cunningham-SAM 3. Jordan Strawberry-MER 4. Diante Baldwin-UNCG 5. Josh Sharkey-SAM 6. Desonta Bradford-ETSU 7. Preston Parks-CIT 8. Daniel Fowler-FUR 9. Frankie Johnson-CIT 10. Devin Peterson-WCU FREE THROW PERCENTAGE ## Player-Team 1. Eric Garcia-WOF 2. Fletcher Magee-WOF 3. Jordan Strawberry-MER 4. Francis Alonso-UNCG 5. Warren Sledge-CIT 6. Ria’n Holland-MER 7. Zane Najdawi-CIT 8. Preston Parks-CIT 9. T.J. Cromer-ETSU 10. Christen Cunningham-SAM

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Cl SO SR FR SO SO SR JR SR SR SR SR JR SO SR SR

G 30 35 33 30 34 31 36 33 35 33 30 31 35 35 34 30 35 33 31 28

FG 3FG 200 78 224 106 196 112 185 77 201 79 177 77 195 86 157 28 152 102 129 76 139 55 156 8 171 43 199 0 157 2 123 70 181 16 171 1 122 51 103 49

G 34 35 33 32 33 35 32 31 33 30 35 32 33 30 30 G 31 35 33 34 35 35 35 34 28 33

Cl SR JR JR SR FR JR FR JR FR JR Cl SR SO JR SO SR JR SO FR SR JR

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OFF 99 78 87 65 93 74 71 75 64 51 62 69 75 43 57

Pts 589 670 613 543 602 533 580 496 520 462 412 422 471 455 440 388 451 417 378 337

DEF 230 191 149 151 127 159 142 129 151 143 158 118 113 119 103 FG 156 199 171 157 106 181 115 201 107 122

G 33 36 31 35 36 34 30 35 33 31 G 33 33 31 35 33 31 33 30 35 36

FT 111 116 109 96 121 102 104 154 114 128 79 102 86 57 124 72 73 74 83 82

TOT Avg/G 329 9.7 269 7.7 236 7.2 216 6.8 220 6.7 233 6.7 213 6.7 204 6.6 215 6.5 194 6.5 220 6.3 187 5.8 188 5.7 162 5.4 160 5.3 FGA 242 317 291 268 182 329 213 385 205 234

Assists 226 225 132 149 150 132 116 129 121 113 FTM 128 109 83 114 66 102 154 96 116 107

Avg. 19.6 19.1 18.6 18.1 17.7 17.2 16.1 15.0 14.9 14.0 13.7 13.6 13.5 13.0 12.9 12.9 12.9 12.6 12.2 12.0

FTA 139 122 94 130 78 121 185 116 141 131

Pct .645 .628 .588 .586 .582 .550 .540 .522 .522 .521 Avg/G 6.85 6.25 4.26 4.26 4.17 3.88 3.87 3.69 3.67 3.65 Pct .921 .893 .883 .877 .846 .843 .832 .828 .823 .817

STEALS ## Player-Team 1. Preston Parks-CIT 2. Josh Sharkey-SAM 3. Diante Baldwin-UNCG 4. Greg Pryor-UTC 5. A.J. Merriweather-ETSU Tre’ McLean-UTC 7. QJ Peterson-VMI 8. Frankie Johnson-CIT 9. Kris Acox-FUR 10. Cameron Jackson-WOF

Cl FR FR SR SR SR SR SR FR SR SO

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE ## Player-Team Cl 1. Francis Alonso-UNCG SO 2. Demetrius Denzel-Dyson-SAM JR 3. Eric Garcia-WOF SR 4. Devin Sibley-FUR JR 5. Jordan Strawberry-MER JR 6. Andrew Brown-FUR SO 7. Fletcher Magee-WOF SO 8. Triston Chambers-SAM FR 9. T.J. Cromer-ETSU SR 10. Alex Thompson-SAM JR

G 30 36 35 28 35 30 30 33 35 33 G 35 36 33 34 31 35 33 36 35 36

Steals 60 71 63 46 56 48 47 49 49 42 3FG 102 86 76 79 51 43 112 73 106 73

Avg/G 2.00 1.97 1.80 1.64 1.60 1.60 1.57 1.48 1.40 1.27

FGA 221 187 168 176 117 99 265 177 261 181

Pct .462 .460 .452 .449 .436 .434 .423 .412 .406 .403

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE ## Player-Team Cl 1. Fletcher Magee-WOF SO 2. T.J. Cromer-ETSU SR 3. Francis Alonso-UNCG SO 4. QJ Peterson-VMI SR 5. Preston Parks-CIT FR 6. Ria’n Holland-MER JR 7. Demetrius Denzel-Dyson-SAM JR 8. Julian Eleby-VMI SR 9. Devin Sibley-FUR JR 10. Eric Garcia-WOF SR

G 33 35 35 30 30 31 36 30 34 33

3FG 112 106 102 78 77 77 86 70 79 76

Avg/G 3.39 3.03 2.91 2.60 2.57 2.48 2.39 2.33 2.32 2.30

BLOCKED SHOTS ## Player-Team Cl 1. Justin Tuoyo-UTC SR 2. James Dickey-UNCG FR 3. Hanner Mosquera-Perea-ETSU SR 4. Zane Najdawi-CIT SO 5. RJ White-UNCG SR 6. Cameron Jackson-WOF SO 7. Fred Iruafemi-VMI JR 8. Wyatt Walker-SAM SO 9. Armani Branch-VMI JR 10. Desonta Bradford-ETSU JR

G 31 33 35 33 35 33 29 34 27 34

Blocks 89 43 43 38 39 31 27 29 23 27

Avg/G 2.87 1.30 1.23 1.15 1.11 0.94 0.93 0.85 0.85 0.79

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO ## Player-Team 1. Eric Garcia-WOF 2. Christen Cunningham-SAM 3. Warren Sledge-CIT 4. Jordan Strawberry-MER 5. Frankie Johnson-CIT 6. Demetrius Troy-UNCG 7. Daniel Fowler-FUR 8. Desonta Bradford-ETSU 9. Diante Baldwin-UNCG 10. Josh Sharkey-SAM

Cl SR JR SR JR FR SO JR JR SR FR

G Asst 33 226 36 225 33 113 31 132 33 121 34 117 35 129 34 132 35 149 36 150

Avg Turn 6.8 60 6.3 78 3.4 42 4.3 58 3.7 62 3.4 60 3.7 68 3.9 81 4.3 93 4.2 97

MINUTES PLAYED ## Player-Team 1. Christen Cunningham-SAM 2. Eric Garcia-WOF 3. Fletcher Magee-WOF 4. Tre’ McLean-UTC 5. Haboubacar Mutombo-WCU 6. Devin Sibley-FUR 7. Julian Eleby-VMI 8. T.J. Cromer-ETSU 9. QJ Peterson-VMI 10. Ria’n Holland-MER

Cl JR SR SO SR JR JR SR SR SR JR

G 36 33 33 30 31 34 30 35 30 31

Minutes 1250 1111 1099 975 999 1093 960 1110 951 975

Avg 1.8 2.2 1.3 1.9 1.9 1.8 1.9 2.4 2.7 2.7

Ratio 3.77 2.88 2.69 2.28 1.95 1.95 1.90 1.63 1.60 1.55 Avg/G 34.72 33.67 33.30 32.50 32.23 32.15 32.00 31.71 31.70 31.45


2016-17 TEAM STATS G 33 35 36 33 35 31 35 32 30 32

FGA 1771 1963 1917 1942 2241 1682 1730 1868 1709 2162

Pct .415 .417 .424 .428 .429 .445 .445 .472 .483 .512

ASSISTS ## Team 1. The Citadel 2. Wofford 3. Samford 4. UNCG 5. Furman 6. ETSU 7. Mercer 8. Chattanooga 9. VMI 10. Western Carolina

G 33 33 36 35 35 35 32 31 30 32

Assists 561 552 581 525 524 516 432 377 356 364

Avg/G 17.00 16.73 16.14 15.00 14.97 14.74 13.50 12.16 11.87 11.38

SCORING DEFENSE ## Team 1. Furman 2. Mercer 3. Chattanooga 4. UNCG 5. ETSU 6. Western Carolina 7. Wofford 8. Samford 9. VMI 10. The Citadel

G 35 32 31 35 35 32 33 36 30 33

Avg/G 66.3 68.2 68.8 69.3 69.7 73.3 75.1 75.9 78.2 94.6

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE ## Team G FG FGA 1. Wofford 33 311 771 2. Samford 36 279 707 3. Furman 35 319 828 4. ETSU 35 265 693 5. UNCG 35 308 807 6. Mercer 32 244 698 7. Chattanooga 31 231 667 8. The Citadel 33 397 1166 9. VMI 30 248 786 10. Western Carolina 32 182 593

Pct .403 .395 .385 .382 .382 .350 .346 .340 .316 .307

STEALS ## Team 1. The Citadel 2. ETSU 3. Chattanooga 4. UNCG Furman 6. VMI 7. Western Carolina 8. Samford 9. Wofford 10. Mercer

G 33 35 31 35 35 30 32 36 33 32

Steals 306 293 241 245 245 188 199 221 186 134

Avg/G 9.27 8.37 7.77 7.00 7.00 6.27 6.22 6.14 5.64 4.19

SCORING MARGIN ## Team 1. ETSU 2. Furman 3. Chattanooga 4. UNCG 5. Wofford 6. Samford 7. Mercer 8. The Citadel 9. VMI 10. Western Carolina

G 35 35 31 35 33 36 32 33 30 32

OFF 79.5 74.0 74.6 75.1 78.6 78.7 70.9 89.8 68.6 61.4

DEF Margin 69.7 +9.8 66.3 +7.7 68.8 +5.9 69.3 +5.8 75.1 +3.5 75.9 +2.8 68.2 +2.7 94.6 -4.8 78.2 -9.6 73.3 -11.9

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE ## Team G FG FGA 1. Furman 35 245 786 2. Samford 36 298 900 3. Wofford 33 216 632 4. Chattanooga 31 175 511 5. Mercer 32 272 790 6. ETSU 35 274 773 7. Western Carolina 32 248 699 8. UNCG 35 258 719 9. The Citadel 33 282 728 10. VMI 30 244 616

Pct .312 .331 .342 .342 .344 .354 .355 .359 .387 .396

TURNOVER MARGIN ## Team 1. The Citadel 2. Chattanooga 3. ETSU 4. Furman 5. UNCG 6. Wofford 7. VMI 8. Mercer 9. Samford 10. Western Carolina

G 33 31 35 35 35 33 30 32 36 32

Avg 14.3 13.3 14.8 12.9 13.5 12.3 13.2 11.5 13.7 16.1

Opp 17.5 14.9 15.5 13.5 13.9 12.5 13.0 10.3 12.3 13.5

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE ## Team G 1. Mercer 32 2. Wofford 33 3. The Citadel 33 4. Samford 36 5. Chattanooga 31 6. UNCG 35 7. ETSU 35 8. Furman 35 9. VMI 30 10. Western Carolina 32

FTM 449 482 607 645 481 426 597 435 345 345

FTA 574 618 802 868 677 603 850 624 500 528

Pct .782 .780 .757 .743 .710 .706 .702 .697 .690 .653

REBOUNDING MARGIN ## Team 1. Mercer 2. ETSU 3. UNCG 4. Furman 5. Western Carolina 6. Samford 7. Wofford 8. Chattanooga 9. VMI 10. The Citadel

G 32 35 35 35 32 36 33 31 30 33

+/+5.5 +4.1 +3.5 +2.3 +0.7 +0.6 +0.5 -1.1 -4.5 -6.6

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO ## Team G 1. Wofford 33 2. The Citadel 33 3. Samford 36 4. Mercer 32 5. Furman 35 6. UNCG 35 7. ETSU 35 8. Chattanooga 31 9. VMI 30 10. Western Carolina 32

Asst 16.7 17.0 16.1 13.5 15.0 15.0 14.7 12.2 11.9 11.4

Turn Ratio 12.3 1.36 14.3 1.19 13.7 1.18 11.5 1.18 12.9 1.16 13.5 1.11 14.8 0.99 13.3 0.91 13.2 0.90 16.1 0.71

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE ## Team G 1. ETSU 35 2. Furman 35 3. Samford 36 4. Wofford 33 5. Chattanooga 31 6. UNCG 35 7. Mercer 32 8. The Citadel 33 9. VMI 30 10. Western Carolina 32

FG 960 918 955 900 801 947 787 980 732 719

FGA 1966 1941 2038 1926 1718 2043 1774 2359 1778 1844

Pct .488 .473 .469 .467 .466 .464 .444 .415 .412 .390

BLOCKED SHOTS ## Team 1. Chattanooga 2. ETSU 3. VMI UNCG 5. The Citadel 6. Samford 7. Western Carolina 8. Furman 9. Mercer 10. Wofford

G 31 35 30 35 33 36 32 35 32 33

W-L 12-21 27-8 20-16 16-17 25-10 19-12 23-12 15-17 6-24 9-23

Pts 2964 2782 2834 2593 2628 2314 2590 2269 2057 1965

Pts 2319 2184 2132 2424 2438 2347 2479 2733 2346 3121

Avg 89.8 79.5 78.7 78.6 75.1 74.6 74.0 70.9 68.6 61.4

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE ## Team G FG 1. Mercer 32 735 2. ETSU 35 819 3. Furman 35 812 4. UNCG 35 832 5. Samford 36 961 6. Chattanooga 31 748 7. Western Carolina 32 770 8. Wofford 33 881 9. VMI 30 826 10. The Citadel 33 1106

Avg 36.7 36.3 35.5 34.6 36.2 36.1 33.5 32.4 33.0 37.4

Opp 31.2 32.1 32.0 32.3 35.5 35.5 33.1 33.5 37.5 44.0

Blocks 145 162 114 133 85 88 75 82 74 71

Avg/G 4.68 4.63 3.80 3.80 2.58 2.44 2.34 2.34 2.31 2.15

ATTENDANCE ## Team 1. ETSU 2. Chattanooga 3. Mercer 4. UNCG 5. The Citadel 6. Furman 7. Wofford 8. Western Carolina 9. Samford 10. VMI

G 15 14 15 17 16 14 13 14 16 14

ATTEND 60809 53851 49707 41666 26538 22862 20981 20756 21531 17312

+/+3.21 +1.58 +0.71 +0.63 +0.34 +0.21 -0.20 -1.22 -1.36 -2.66

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SCORING OFFENSE ## Team 1. The Citadel 2. ETSU 3. Samford 4. Wofford 5. UNCG 6. Chattanooga 7. Furman 8. Mercer 9. VMI 10. Western Carolina

Avg 4054 3846 3314 2451 1659 1633 1614 1483 1346 1237

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2016-17 INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS POINTS 41, T.J. Cromer (ETSU) vs Samford (03/05/17) 40, D. Denzel-Dyson (Samford) vs Nicholls State (11/27/16) 40, QJ Peterson (VMI) at Chattanooga (01/25/17) 37, QJ Peterson (VMI) vs The Citadel (02/11/17) 37, Preston Parks (The Citadel) at Samford (02/25/17) FIELD GOALS MADE 15, D. Denzel-Dyson (Samford) vs Nicholls State (11/27/16) 15, QJ Peterson (VMI) at Chattanooga (01/25/17) 13, D. Denzel-Dyson (Samford) at Wofford (02/09/17) 13, Preston Parks (The Citadel) at VMI (02/11/17) 13, QJ Peterson (VMI) vs The Citadel (02/11/17) 13, Alex Thompson (Samford) vs The Citadel (02/25/17) 13, Preston Parks (The Citadel) at Samford (02/25/17) 13, Christen Cunningham (Samford) vs ETSU (03/05/17)

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FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 26, Fletcher Magee (Wofford) vs Samford (02/09/17) 24, QJ Peterson (VMI) vs Samford (03/03/17) 23, Preston Parks (The Citadel) at UMBC (12/19/16) 23, Preston Parks (The Citadel) at VMI (02/11/17) 23, QJ Peterson (VMI) vs The Citadel (02/11/17) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1.000 (8-8), David Burrell (ETSU) vs Fordham (11/11/16) .917 (11-12), Kaelon Harris (The Citadel) at Arizona State (11/23/16) .917 (11-12), Kris Acox (Furman) at Campbell (03/25/17) .900 (9-10), Marvin Smith (UNCG) vs Mars Hill (12/05/16) .900 (9-10), Fletcher Magee (Wofford) vs Virginia Wise (12/06/16) .900 (9-10), Kris Acox (Furman) vs The Citadel (12/31/16) .900 (9-10), Kris Acox (Furman) vs ETSU (01/19/17) 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 9, T.J. Cromer (ETSU) vs Samford (03/05/17) 8, Preston Parks (The Citadel) at Western Carolina (01/19/17) 7, Julian Eleby (VMI) at Richmond (11/11/16) 7, Matt Frierson (The Citadel) vs Johnson University (11/13/16) 7, Quayson Williams (The Citadel) vs Truett McConnell (11/15/16) 7, D. Denzel-Dyson (Samford) vs Nicholls State (11/27/16) 7, Fletcher Magee (Wofford) at Coastal Carolina (12/19/16) 7, QJ Peterson (VMI) at Chattanooga (01/25/17) 7, Francis Alonso (UNCG) at Furman (02/18/17) 3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 16, Matt Frierson (The Citadel) vs Johnson University (11/13/16) 15, Fletcher Magee (Wofford) vs Samford (02/09/17) 14, Quayson Williams (The Citadel) vs Truett McConnell (11/15/16) 14, Devontavius Payne (ETSU) vs Savannah State (12/29/16) 14, D. Denzel-Dyson (Samford) vs The Citadel (02/25/17) 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1.000 (6-6), Andrew Brown (Furman) vs VMI (01/21/17) 1.000 (5-5), Fletcher Magee (Wofford) vs Virginia Wise (12/06/16) .857 (6-7), Andrew Brown (Furman) vs Navy (12/03/16) .833 (5-6), Marvin Smith (UNCG) vs Mars Hill (12/05/16) .833 (5-6), Devin Sibley (Furman) at Tennessee Tech (12/19/16) .833 (5-6), Eric Garcia (Wofford) at The Citadel (02/02/17) .833 (5-6), D. Denzel-Dyson (Samford) at Wofford (02/09/17) .833 (5-6), D. Denzel-Dyson (Samford) at Mercer (02/27/17) FREE THROWS MADE 16, Zane Najdawi (The Citadel) vs Colgate (12/02/16) 16, Eric Garcia (Wofford) vs Mercer (12/31/16) 14, Jordan Strawberry (Mercer) vs Samford (02/27/17) 13, Christen Cunningham (Samford) vs Jacksonville State (12/04/16) 13, Fletcher Magee (Wofford) vs Samford (02/09/17)

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FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 17, Zane Najdawi (The Citadel) vs Colgate (12/2/16) 17, D. Denzel-Dyson (Samford) at ETSU (02/15/17) 16, Eric Garcia (Wofford) vs Mercer (12/31/16) 15, Justin Tuoyo (Chattanooga) at The Citadel (02/27/17) 14, Desonta Bradford (ETSU) at Samford (01/25/17) 14, Wyatt Walker (Samford) vs ETSU (01/25/17) 14, Jordan Strawberry (Mercer) vs Samford (02/27/17) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1.000 (16-16), Eric Garcia (Wofford) vs Mercer (12/31/16) 1.000 (14-14), Jordan Strawberry (Mercer) vs Samford (02/27/17) 1.000 (13-13), Christen Cunningham (Samford) vs Jacksonville State (12/04/16) 1.000 (13-13), Fletcher Magee (Wofford) vs Samford (02/09/17) 1.000 (12-12), Zane Najdawi (The Citadel) vs Presbyterian (11/28/16) 1.000 (12-12), Eric Garcia (Wofford) vs UNCG (01/25/17) REBOUNDS 19, James Dickey (UNCG) vs The Citadel (03/04/17) 16, Wyatt Walker (Samford) at Campbell (11/21/16) 16, Ryan Sawvell (Wofford) vs Samford (02/09/17) 15, Wyatt Walker (Samford) at San Diego (11/14/16) 15, Wyatt Walker (Samford) vs Bethune-Cookman (11/26/16) 15, James Dickey (UNCG) at UNCA (12/19/16) 15, Zane Najdawi (The Citadel) at Western Carolina (01/19/17) ASSISTS 13, Christen Cunningham (Samford) vs Nicholls State (11/27/16) 12, Christen Cunningham (Samford) vs Florida A&M (12/22/16) 12, Christen Cunningham (Samford) vs Wofford (01/08/17) 12, Eric Garcia (Wofford) vs UNCG (01/25/17) 12, Christen Cunningham (Samford) at Wofford (02/09/17) 12, Eric Garcia (Wofford) vs UNCG (03/05/17) STEALS 8, Preston Parks (The Citadel) vs Johnson University (11/13/16) 7, Josh Sharkey (Samford) at Western Carolina (01/02/17) 6, Preston Parks (The Citadel) at Wofford (01/02/17) 6, A.J. Merriweather (ETSU) vs Western Carolina (01/14/17) 5, Matt Frierson (The Citadel) vs Johnson University (11/13/16) 5, Diante Baldwin (UNCG) vs Presbyterian (11/14/16) 5, Daniel Fowler (Furman) vs Trinity Baptist (11/19/16) 5, Frankie Johnson (The Citadel) vs Campbell (12/04/16) 5, Christen Cunningham (Samford) vs Jacksonville State (12/04/16) 5, Tre’ McLean (Chattanooga) vs Marshall (12/06/16) 5, A.J. Merriweather (ETSU) vs Savannah State (12/29/16) 5, Quayson Williams (The Citadel) vs Wofford (02/02/17) 5, Cameron Jackson (Wofford) vs ETSU (02/06/17) 5, Jermaine Long (ETSU) vs The Citadel (02/09/17) 5, Warren Sledge (The Citadel) at Samford (02/25/17) BLOCKED SHOTS 7, Justin Tuoyo (Chattanooga) at Western Carolina (12/31/16) 6, Justin Tuoyo (Chattanooga) vs Central Arkansas (11/19/16) 6, Justin Tuoyo (Chattanooga) vs Jacksonville State (12/21/16) 6, Justin Tuoyo (Chattanooga) at VMI (02/15/17) 6, David Burrell (ETSU) vs UNCG (03/06/17) TURNOVERS 7, Deriece Parks (Western Carolina) at West Virginia (12/07/16) 7, Devin Peterson (Western Carolina) at UNCA (12/17/16) 7, Devin Sibley (Furman) at Samford (01/05/17) 7, Josh Sharkey (Samford) at The Citadel (01/14/17) 7, Devin Sibley (Furman) at Mercer (02/02/17) 7, Preston Parks (The Citadel) vs Western Carolina (03/03/17)


2016-17 TEAM GAME HIGHS POINTS 146, The Citadel vs Johnson University (11/13/16) 144, The Citadel vs Toccoa Falls (12/07/16) 131, Wofford vs Samford (02/09/17) 127, Samford at Wofford (02/09/17) 119, The Citadel vs Truett McConnell (11/15/16) MARGIN OF VICTORY 62 (146-84), The Citadel vs Johnson University (11/13/16) 60 (116-56), Wofford vs Virginia Wise (12/06/16) 57 (98-41), Mercer vs Oglethorpe (12/07/16) 52 (108-56), UNCG vs Mars Hill (12/05/16) 50 (98-48), Furman vs Hiwassee (11/25/16) 50 (144-94), The Citadel vs Toccoa Falls (12/07/16) FIELD GOALS MADE 47, The Citadel vs Johnson University (11/13/16) 45, Wofford vs Virginia Wise (12/06/16) 45, The Citadel vs Toccoa Falls (12/07/16) 43, Samford at Wofford (02/09/17) 42, Wofford vs Allen University (11/15/16) 42, The Citadel at Arizona State (11/23/16) 42, ETSU at The Citadel (01/05/17)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1.000 (19-19), ETSU vs UNCG (03/06/17) 1.000 (16-16), Wofford vs Western Carolina (02/18/17) 1.000 (14-14), UNCG vs Furman (01/28/17) 1.000 (14-14), Mercer vs ETSU (03/04/17) 1.000 (13-13), Wofford at LSU (11/12/16) REBOUNDS 67, The Citadel vs Johnson University (11/13/16) 60, Western Carolina vs Hiwassee (11/13/16) 55, ETSU at The Citadel (01/05/17) 54, Furman vs Hiwassee (11/25/16) 52, The Citadel vs Toccoa Falls (12/07/16) ASSISTS 34, The Citadel vs Johnson University (11/13/16) 34, Wofford vs Virginia Wise (12/06/16) 30, Samford vs Nicholls State (11/27/16) 29, The Citadel vs Toccoa Falls (12/07/16) 29, Samford at Wofford (02/09/17)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .703 (45-64), Wofford vs Virginia Wise (12/06/16) .683 (41-60), ETSU vs Detroit Mercy (11/14/16) .677 (42-62), Wofford vs Allen University (11/15/16) .635 (33-52), Samford at The Citadel (01/14/17) .633 (31-49), ETSU vs Fordham (11/11/16)

STEALS 27, The Citadel vs Johnson University (11/13/16) 19, The Citadel at Wofford (01/02/17) 17, UNCG vs Mars Hill (12/05/16) 16, The Citadel vs Truett McConnell (11/15/16) 16, The Citadel vs Campbell (12/04/16) 16, The Citadel vs Toccoa Falls (12/07/16) 16, ETSU vs Western Carolina (01/14/17)

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 19, The Citadel vs Toccoa Falls (12/07/16) 19, The Citadel at UMBC (12/19/16) 18, The Citadel at Stetson (11/18/16) 18, UNCG vs Mars Hill (12/05/16) 17, The Citadel vs Johnson University (11/13/16) 17, Wofford vs Allen University (11/15/16) 17, Chattanooga vs Hiwassee (11/16/16)

BLOCKED SHOTS 12, Furman vs The Citadel (12/31/16) 12, Samford vs Chattanooga (02/22/17) 11, ETSU vs Mercer (03/04/17) 9, Chattanooga vs Hiwassee (11/16/16) 9, UNCG vs North Carolina A&T (11/29/16) 9, UNCG at Chattanooga (02/02/17) 9, ETSU vs UNCG (03/06/17)

3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 50, The Citadel vs Johnson University (11/13/16) 50, The Citadel at UMBC (12/19/16) 48, The Citadel vs Truett McConnell (11/15/16) 46, The Citadel vs Toccoa Falls (12/07/16) 45, The Citadel at Iowa State (11/20/16)

TURNOVERS 34, Western Carolina at West Virginia (12/07/16) 28, UNCG at The Citadel (12/28/16) 27, Western Carolina at ETSU (01/14/17) 26, Chattanooga at North Carolina (11/13/16) 23, Wofford vs The Citadel (01/02/17) 23, Samford at The Citadel (01/14/17) 23, Chattanooga vs VMI (01/25/17)

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .682 (15-22), Wofford vs Virginia Wise (12/06/16) .667 (18-27), UNCG vs Mars Hill (12/05/16) .667 (14-21), Mercer at Kennesaw State (12/28/16) .654 (17-26), Wofford vs Allen University (11/15/16) .650 (13-20), UNCG at ETSU (01/12/17) FREE THROWS MADE 36, Wofford vs Samford (02/09/17) 35, The Citadel vs Johnson University (11/13/16) 35, The Citadel vs Toccoa Falls (12/07/16) 33, ETSU vs Lees-McRae (12/01/16) 32, Wofford vs The Citadel (1/02/17)

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FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 106, The Citadel vs Johnson University (11/13/16) 104, The Citadel at UMBC (12/19/16) 92, Wofford vs Samford (02/09/17) 90, The Citadel vs Toccoa Falls (12/07/16) 86, The Citadel vs Samford (01/14/17)

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 44, ETSU vs Lees-McRae (12/01/16) 43, Wofford vs Samford (02/09/17) 41, The Citadel vs Johnson University (11/13/16) 40, The Citadel vs Truett McConnell (11/15/16) 40, The Citadel vs Toccoa Falls (12/07/16) 40, Samford vs Fort Valley State (12/28/16)

FOULS 36, Samford at Wofford (02/09/17) 34, The Citadel at UMBC (12/19/16) 32, VMI at West Virginia (12/10/16) 32, Samford vs ETSU (01/25/17) 31, Mercer vs Florida (11/13/16)

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Scoring Game 1. 100 2. 67 3. 66 4. 63 5. 62 6. 58 7. 56 8. 56 9. 55 10. 54

Frank Selvy, Furman vs. Newberry NCAA record Darrell Floyd, Furman vs. Morehead State Jay Handlan, Washington & Lee vs. Furman Frank Selvy, Furman vs. Mercer Darrell Floyd, Furman vs. The Citadel Frank Selvy, Furman vs. Wofford Darrell Floyd, Furman vs. Clemson Stan Davis, Appalachian State vs. Carson-Newman Skip Henderson, Marshall vs. The Citadel Rod Hundley, West Virginia vs. Furman

Season 1. 1,209 2. 974 3. 946 4. 931 5. 908 6. 903 7. 897 8. 877 9. 855 10. 820

Frank Selvy, Furman Stephen Curry, Davidson Darrell Floyd, Furman Stephen Curry, Davidson Jerry West, West Virginia Jerry West, West Virginia Darrell Floyd, Furman Andrew Goudelock, College of Charleston Bob McCurdy, Richmond Jason Conley, VMI

1953-54 2008-09 1955-56 2007-08 1959-60 1958-59 1954-55 2010-11 1974-75 2001-02

Career 1. 2,635 2. 2,574 3. 2,571 4. 2,538 5. 2,483 6. 2,423 7. 2,332 8. 2,310 9. 2,309 10. 2,299

Stephen Curry, Davidson Skip Henderson, Marshall Andrew Goudelock, College of Charleston Frank Selvy, Furman John Gerdy, Davidson Gay Elmore, VMI John Taft, Marshall Dom Flora, Washington & Lee Jerry West, West Virginia Jonathan Moore, Furman

2006-09 1983-88 2007-11 1951-54 1975-79 1983-87 1987-91 1954-58 1957-60 1976-80

Scoring average Season Avg G Pts. 1. 41.7 29 1,209 Frank Selvy, Furman* 2. 35.9 25 897 Darrell Floyd, Furman* 3. 33.8 28 946 Darrell Floyd, Furman* 4. 32.9 26 855 Bob McCurdy, Richmond* 5. 30.2 19 574 Aron Stewart, Richmond 6. 29.5 25 738 Frank Selvy, Furman* 7. 29.3 31 908 Jerry West, West Virginia 8. 29.3 28 820 Jason Conley, VMI* 9. 28.9 25 723 Bob Tallent, George Washington 10. 28.6 34 974 Stephen Curry, Davidson* * - NCAA scoring leader Career 1. 32.5 2. 32.1 3. 28.1 4. 26.7 5. 25.7 6. 25.3 7. 24.9 8. 24.8 9. 24.5 10. 23.4

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78 71 44 56 79 104 54 93 89 106

2,538 2,281 1,237 1,495 2,032 2,635 1,347 2,309 2,180 2,483

Frank Selvy, Furman Darrell Floyd, Furman Aron Stewart, Richmond Frankie King, Western Carolina Fred Hetzel, Davidson Stephen Curry, Davidson Bob McCurdy, Richmond Jerry West, West Virginia Rod Hundley, West Virginia John Gerdy, Davidson

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Furman’s Frank Selvy scored an NCAArecord 100 points against Newberry on Feb. 13, 1954.

Feb. 13, 1954 Jan. 22, 1955 Feb. 24, 1951 Feb. 11, 1953 Jan. 14, 1956 Feb. 23, 1954 Feb. 24, 1955 Jan. 24, 1974 March 4, 1988 Jan. 5, 1957

1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1974-75 1972-73 1952-53 1959-60 2001-02 1968-69 2008-09

1951-54 1953-56 1972-74 1993-95 1962-65 2006-09 1973-75 1957-60 1954-57 1975-79

Field goals made Game 1. 41 2. 27 3. 25 4. 23 5. 22 22 7. 21 21 21 10. 20 20 20 20 20

Frank Selvy, Furman vs. Newberry Darrell Floyd, Furman vs. Morehead State Stan Davis, Appalachian State vs. Carson-Newman Darrell Floyd, Furman vs. The Citadel Rod Hundley, West Virginia vs. Furman Bunny Gibson, Marshall vs. Chattanooga Jerry Varn, The Citadel vs. Piedmont Jeff Cohen, William & Mary vs. Richmond Bob McCurdy, Richmond vs. West Virginia Fred Hetzel, Davidson vs. Furman Dick Snyder, Davidson vs. Ohio Aron Stewart, Richmond vs. Appalachian State Bob McCurdy, Richmond vs. Appalachian State Skip Henderson, Marshall vs. The Citadel

Season 1. 427 2. 344 3. 340 4. 339 5. 325 6. 321 7. 318 8. 317 9. 312 10. 292

Frank Selvy, Furman Darrell Floyd, Furman Jerry West, West Virginia Darrell Floyd, Furman Jerry West, West Virginia Bob McCurdy, Richmond Andrew Goudelock, College of Charleston Stephen Curry, Davidson Stephen Curry, Davidson John Gerdy, Davidson

Career 1. 1,052 2. 1,000 3. 956 4. 947 5. 922 6. 882 7. 873 8. 871 9. 868 10. 843

John Gerdy, Davidson Skip Henderson, Marshall Andrew Goudelock, College of Charleston Jonathan Moore, Furman Frank Selvy, Furman Kyle Hines, UNCG Gay Elmore, VMI Stephen Curry, Davidson Darrell Floyd, Furman Jerry West, West Virginia

Feb. 13, 1954 Jan. 22, 1955 Jan. 24, 1974 Jan. 14, 1956 Jan. 5, 1957 Jan. 30, 1978 1953 1960-61 Feb. 17, 1975 Dec. 8, 1964 Dec. 21, 1965 Jan. 29, 1973 Feb. 26, 1975 March 4, 1988

1953-54 1954-55 1958-59 1955-56 1959-60 1974-75 2010-11 2007-08 2008-09 1977-78

1976-79 1985-88 2007-11 1977-80 1952-54 2004-08 1984-87 2006-09 1954-56 1958-60


INDIVIDUAL RECORD BOOK Field-goal attempts Jay Handlin, Washington & Lee vs. Furman Frank Selvy, Furman vs. Newberry Darrell Floyd, Furman vs. Morehead State Darrell Floyd, Furman vs. The Citadel Rod Hundley, West Virginia vs. Furman Stan Davis, Appalachian St. vs. Carson-Newman Rod Hundley, West Virginia vs. George Washington Bill Ralph, VMI vs. West Virginia Bob Tallent, George Washington vs. Furman Charlie Schmaus, VMI vs. The Citadel

Season 1. 941 2. 850 3. 814 4. 796 5. 756 6. 699 7. 687 8. 677 9. 656 10. 656

Frank Selvy, Furman Darrell Floyd, Furman Rod Hundley, West Virginia Darrell Floyd, Furman Rod Hundley, West Virginia Andrew Goudelock, College of Charleston Stephen Curry, Davidson Bob Tallent, George Washington Stephen Curry, Davidson Jerry West, West Virginia

1953-54 1955-56 1955-56 1954-55 1954-55 2010-11 2008-09 1968-69 2007-08 1958-59

Career 1. 2,218 2. 2,143 3. 2,092 4. 2,063 5. 2,057 6. 1,964 7. 1,866 8. 1,858 9. 1,814 10. 1,757

Rod Hundley, West Virginia Frank Selvy, Furman Andrew Goudelock, College of Charleston Darrell Floyd, Furman John Gerdy, Davidson Skip Henderson, Marshall Stephen Curry, Davidson Gay Elmore, VMI Karl Cochran, Wofford Jonathan Moore, Furman

1955-57 1952-54 2007-11 1954-56 1976-79 1985-88 2006-09 1984-87 2011-15 1977-80

Davidson’s Stephen Curry finished his three-year career as the Southern Conference’s leading scorer with 2,635 points. Curry is also the league’s all-time leader in made 3-pointers with 414.

Feb. 24, 1951 Feb. 13, 1954 Jan. 22, 1955 Jan. 14, 1956 Jan. 5, 1957 Jan. 24, 1974 Feb. 19, 1955 1953-54 Jan. 7, 1969 1965-66

Field-goal percentage Game (minimum 10 made) 1. 100.0 14-14 Russ Hunt, Furman vs. Appalachian State 2. 100.0 12-12 Ashley Champion, Chattanooga vs. Samford 12-12 Tyson Patterson, Appalachian State vs. W. Carolina 4. 100.0 10-10 Kyle Hines, UNCG vs. The Citadel 10-10 Jim McDonough, William & Mary vs. Richmond 10-10 Calvin Cannady, ETSU vs. Radford 10-10 Lester Johnson, VMI vs. Radford 10-10 Tyler Troupe, Chattanooga vs. King 10-10 Noah Dahlman, Wofford vs. Georgia Southern 10. 93.3 14-15 Oliver Morton, Chattanooga vs. Appalachian St.

Dec. 9, 1971 Dec. 21, 2002 Jan. 24, 2000 Jan. 7, 2008 1975-76 1984-85 Dec. 10, 1994 Dec. 21, 2006 Jan. 12, 2011 Jan. 29, 2000

Season (minimum 5 made per game) Pct. FG-FGA 1. 67.5 197-292 Troy Lee Mikell, ETSU 2. 67.1 141-210 George Spain, Davidson 3. 66.3 178-281 Charles Payton, Appalachian State 4. 65.2 161-247 Dave Montgomery, VMI 5. 64.7 189-292 Rodney English, ETSU 6. 64.7 200-309 Joe Holup, George Washington 7. 64.5 156-242 Justin Tuoyo, Chattanooga 8. 63.3 178-281 Charles Payton, Appalachian State 9. 63.1 135-214 Terry Holland, Davidson 10. 62.9 88-140 Johnathan Mitchell, Appalachian State

1982-83 1994-95 1980-81 1976-77 1990-91 1955-56 2016-17 1980-81 1963-64 2002-03

Career (minimum 400 made) Pct. FG-FGA 1. 69.0 412-597 Ricky Nedd, Appalachian State 2. 61.3 448-731 Kris Acox, Furman 3. 60.2 442-734 Rich DiBenedetto, Davidson 4. 59.9 764-1276 Noah Dahlman, Wofford 5. 59.8 522-873 Kareem Livingston, Appalachian State 6. 59.6 647-1,086 Kyle Hines, UNCG 7. 59.3 426-718 Joey Brooks, Furman 8. 59.2 415-701 Jeremy Simmons, College of Charleston 9. 58.9 548-930 Mike Groselle, The Citadel 10. 58.6 756-1,296 Joe Holup, George Washington

1991-94 2013-17 1978-81 2007-11 1997-98 2004-07 1986-89 2007-11 2009-13 1953-56

3-point field goals made Game 1. 15 2. 11 3. 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Keith Veney, Marshall vs. Morehead St. NCAA record Elton Nesbitt, Georgia Southern vs. Chattanooga David Donerlson, Western Carolina vs. Elon Keith Veney, Marshall vs. Hampton Elton Nesbitt, Georgia Southern vs. The Citadel Nate Cranford, Appalachian State vs. Chattanooga Nick Paulos, UNCG at Chattanooga Tom Tankelwicz, WCU vs. Charleston Southern Quayson Williams, CIT vs. Mid-Atlantic Christian

Season 1. 162 2. 135 3. 131 4. 130 130 6. 123 7. 122 8. 118 9. 112 10. 111

Stephen Curry, Davidson NCAA single-season record Stephen McDowell, Chattanooga Andrew Goudelock, College of Charleston Keith Veney, Marshall Stephen Curry, Davidson Donald Sims, Appalachian State Stephen Curry, Davidson NCAA freshman record Keddric Mays, Chattanooga Fletcher Magee, Wofford Keith Veney, Marshall

2007-08 2008-09 2010-11 1996-97 2008-09 2009-10 2006-07 2006-07 2016-17 1995-96

Career 1. 414 2. 396 3. 358 4. 312 5. 299 6. 295 7. 278 8. 273 9. 270 10. 268

Stephen Curry, Davidson Andrew Goudelock, College of Charleston Donald Sims, Appalachian State Karl Cochran, Wofford Ian Chadwick, Wofford Zach Urbanus, The Citadel Jake Robinson, Western Carolina Eric Webb, Furman D.J. Thompson, Appalachian State Brendan Winters, Davidson

2006-09 2007-11 2007-11 2011-15 1997-01 2007-11 2006-10 2004-07 2003-06 2003-06

Dec. 14, 1996 Jan. 17, 2005 Feb. 20, 1989 Jan. 6, 1996 Feb. 14, 2005 Jan. 6, 2007 Feb. 21, 2013 Dec. 18, 2013 Nov. 11, 2015

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Game 1. 25 2. 21 3. 20 20 5. 19 19 19 19 9. 18 18

Keith Veney, Marshall vs. Morehead State Travis Cantrell, The Citadel vs. Western Carolina Stephen Curry, Davidson vs. Colby Donald Sims, Appalachian State at Mississippi State Keith Veney, Marshall vs. VMI Shawn Hall, Appalachian State vs. Davidson Keaton Cole, Western Carolina vs. Chattanooga Tim Marshall, VMI at The Citadel Craig Bardo, The Citadel vs. College of Charleston Tom Tankelwicz, WCU vs. Charleston Southern

Dec. 14, 1996 Jan. 12, 2002 Nov. 21, 2006 Nov. 19, 2010 1996-97 Feb. 22, 2003 Feb. 2, 2012 Feb. 15, 2015 1986-87 Dec. 18, 2013

Season 1. 369 2. 336 3. 322 4. 320 5. 318 6. 309 7. 299 8. 288 9. 286 10. 274 274

Stephen Curry, Davidson Stephen Curry, Davidson Andrew Goudelock, College of Charleston Keith Veney, Marshall Stephen McDowell, Chattanooga Shawn Hall, Appalachian State Stephen Curry, Davidson Donald Sims, Appalachian State Keddric Mays, Chattanooga Noy Castillo, The Citadel Keaton Cole, Western Carolina

2007-08 2008-09 2010-11 1996-97 2008-09 2002-03 2006-07 2009-10 2006-07 1994-95 2011-12

Career 1. 1,004 2. 958 3. 914 4. 883 5. 819 6. 737 7. 727 727 9. 721 10. 705 705 705

Stephen Curry, Davidson Andrew Goudelock, College of Charleston Karl Cochran, Wofford Donald Sims, Appalachian State Ian Chadwick, Wofford Terry Williams, Georgia Southern Travis Cantrell, The Citadel Jake Robinson, Western Carolina Jack Isenbarger, Elon Elton Nesbitt, Georgia Southern Mikko Koivisto, UNCG Zach Urbanus, The Citadel

2006-09 2007-11 2011-15 2007-11 1997-01 2001-05 1999-02 2006-10 2010-14 2002-06 2006-10 2007-11

3-point field-goal percentage Game (minimum 6 made) 1. 100.0 (9-9) Nicholas Paulos, UNCG vs. Davidson Jan. 18, 2014 2. 100.0 (6-6) Gary Robb, Chattanooga vs. Alaska-Anchorage Nov. 27, 1992 (6-6) Brandon Born, Chattanooga vs. Southern Miss Jan. 2, 1994 (6-6) Nathan Jameson, UNCG vs. St. Peter’s Dec. 3, 2000 (6-6) Jason Morton, Davidson vs. The Citadel Feb. 13, 2006 (6-6) Matt Estep, Wofford vs. Appalachian State Feb. 2, 2006 (6-6) Donte Gennie, Georgia Southern vs. The Citadel Feb. 19, 2007 (6-6) Craig Hinton, VMI at Maryland Nov. 30, 2014 (6-6) Andrew Brown, Furman vs. VMI Jan. 21, 2017 10. .900 (9-10) Fletcher Magee, Wofford vs. VMI Feb. 8, 2016 Season (minimum 1.5 made per game) Pct. 3FG-3FGA 1. 59.2 84-142 Keith Jennings, ETSU 2. 54.2 45-83 Quentin Moore, Western Carolina 3. 52.7 58-110 Joe Stafford, Western Carolina 4. 51.8 44-85 Keith Gray, Western Carolina 5. 50.5 47-93 Brendan Winters, Davidson 6. 49.7 73-147 Derek Rucker, Davidson 7. 49.6 67-135 Brandon Born, Chattanooga 49.6 63-127 Keith Jennings, ETSU 9. 49.5 48-97 Ryan Nesbit, The Citadel 10. 48.8 60-123 Colby Wohlleb, Georgia Southern

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1990-91 1983-84 1995-96 1988-89 2002-03 1986-87 1993-94 1989-90 1988-89 2009-10

Career (minimum 120 made) Pct. 3FG-3FGA 1. 49.3 223-452 Keith Jennings, ETSU 2. 45.2 126-279 Alan Puckett, The Citadel 3. 45.0 146-324 Shawn Reid, Furman 4. 44.7 159-356 Brandon Born, Chattanooga 5. 44.6 203-455 Fletcher Magee, Wofford 6. 44.5 154-346 Derek Rucker, Davidson 7. 44.0 131-298 David Donerlson, Western Carolina 8. 43.4 190-438 Peter Anderer, Davidson 9. 43.3 189-437 Kemp Phillips, Appalachian State 10. 42.8 208-486 Eric Garcia, Wofford

1989-91 1999-02 1984-88 1991-95 2015-pres. 1985-88 1989-90 2000-03 1987-90 2013-17

Free throws made Game 1. 25 2. 25 3. 23 4. 22 22 6. 21 21 21 9. 20 20

Frank Selvy, Furman vs. The Citadel Joe Holup, George Washington vs. Furman Bill Jarman, Davidson vs. George Washington Gary Daniels, The Citadel vs. Toledo Regan Truesdale, The Citadel vs. Marshall Kevin Martin, Western Carolina vs. ETSU Frank Selvy, Furman vs. Mercer Frank Selvy, Furman vs. Mercer Johny Mahoney, William & Mary vs. George Washington Terry Penn, Virginia Tech vs. The Citadel

Season 1. 355 2. 268 3. 258 4. 251 5. 227 6. 223 7. 220 8. 219 9. 218 10. 216

Frank Selvy, Furman Darrell Floyd, Furman Jerry West, West Virginia Joe Holup, George Washington Roy Lange, William & Mary Jerry West, West Virginia Stephen Curry, Davidson Dom Flora, Washington & Lee Rod Hundley, West Virginia Johnny Mahoney, William & Mary

Jan. 30, 1954 Feb. 17, 1956 Dec. 11, 1961 Dec. 21, 1962 1983-84 Jan. 17, 2004 Feb. 11, 1953 Feb. 18, 1954 1954-55 1956-57

1953-54 1955-56 1959-60 1955-56 1957-58 1958-59 2008-09 1955-56 1955-56 1954-55

ETSU’s Keith Jennings shot a league-record 59.2 percent from 3-point range during the 1990-91 season. He also holds the SoCon career record for 3-point field-goal percentage at 49.3 percent.


INDIVIDUAL RECORD BOOK Career 1. 714 2. 696 3. 694 4. 652 5. 633 6. 623 7. 610 8. 609 9. 565 10. 545 545

Joe Holup, George Washington Dom Flora, Washington & Lee Frank Selvy, Furman Stephen Croone, Furman Ed Harrison, Richmond Jerry West, West Virginia Rod Hundley, West Virginia Jerry Smith, Furman Jeff Cohen, William & Mary Darrell Floyd, Furman Donald Sims, Appalachian State

1953-56 1955-58 1952-54 2012-16 1953-56 1958-60 1955-57 1961-63 1958-61 1954-56 2007-11

Free-throw attempts Joe Holup, George Washington vs. Furman Gary Daniels, The Citadel vs. Toledo Regan Truesdale, The Citadel vs. Marshall Bill Jarman, Davidson vs. George Washington Frank Selvy, Furman vs. The Citadel Frank Selvy, Furman vs. Mercer Frankie King, Western Carolina vs. ETSU Darrell Floyd, Furman vs. Georgia Tech Art Musselman, The Citadel vs. Memphis State Lamar Wright, The Citadel vs. Furman Stanislav Makshantsev, Furman vs. Wofford

Season 1. 444 2. 350 3. 337 4. 331 5. 320 6. 297 7. 295 8. 288 9. 286 10. 281

Frank Selvy, Furman Darrell Floyd, Furman Jerry West, West Virginia Joe Holup, George Washington Jerry West, West Virginia Bill Matthews, Virginia Tech Dom Flora, Washington & Lee Roy Lange, William & Mary Johnny Mahoney, William & Mary Frankie King, Western Carolina

1953-54 1955-56 1959-60 1955-56 1958-59 1953-54 1955-56 1957-58 1954-55 1993-94

Career 1. 961 2. 906 3. 874 4. 861 5. 851 6. 850 7. 786 8. 743 9. 734 10. 698

Joe Holup, George Washington Frank Selvy, Furman Stephen Croone, Furman Dick Wright, Furman Jerry West, West Virginia Ed Harrison, Richmond Bill Matthews, Virginia Tech Jerry Smith, Furman John Taft, Marshall Darrell Floyd, Furman

1953-56 1952-54 2012-16 1956-59 1958-60 1953-56 1953-56 1961-63 1988-91 1954-56

Feb. 17, 1956 Dec. 21, 1961 1983-84 Dec. 11, 1961 Jan. 30, 1954 Feb. 11, 1953 Feb. 23, 1994 Jan. 13, 1955 1957-58 1992-93 Feb. 11, 1999

Free-throw percentage Game (minimum 14 made) 1. 100.0 18-18 Anquell McCollum, W. Carolina vs. Marshall Feb. 5, 1996 2. 100.0 17-17 Chad Copeland, Chattanooga vs. Alabama State Dec. 29, 1993 3. 100.0 16-16 Stanford Strickland, Chattanooga vs. Ga. Southern Dec. 30, 1983 16-16 Greg Dennis, Western Carolina vs. VMI Jan. 21, 1982 16-16 Eric Garcia, Wofford vs. Mercer Dec. 31, 2016 5. 100.0 15-15 Jerry Smith, Furman vs. Richmond Feb. 19, 1962 6. 100.0 14-14 Kevin Martin, W. Carolina vs. Coastal Carolina Nov. 22, 2002 14-14 Jerry Smith, Furman vs. George Washington Feb. 19, 1963 14-14 Ray Miller, Furman vs. Illinois Dec. 11, 1975 14-14 Mel Daniel, Furman vs. Stanford Dec. 4, 1981 14-14 Dimeco Childress, ETSU vs. Davidson Feb. 9, 2002 14-14 Stanislav Makshantsev, Furman vs. Duquesne Dec. 12, 1998 14-14 Terry Boyd, Western Carolina vs. Appalachian State Jan. 21, 1991 14-14 John Humphrey, Marshall vs. Austin Peay Nov. 25, 1988 14-14 Laverne Evans, Marshall vs. Chattanooga March 4, 1984 14-14 Willie White, Chattanooga vs. Western Carolina 1983-84 14-14 Stephen Curry, Davidson at Oklahoma Nov. 18, 2008 14-14 Kellen Brand, Appalachian St. vs. UNC Wilmington Nov. 13, 2009 14-14 Amu Saaka, Furman vs. South Carolina Dec. 22, 2010

Feb. 27, 2013 Feb. 27, 2017

Season (minimum 2.5 made per game) Pct. FT-FTA 1. 95.1 175-184 Donald Sims, Appalachian State 2. 94.4 84-89 Bunny Gibson, Marshall 3. 93.5 116-124 Nik Cochran, Davidson 4. 93.2 68-73 Ryan Lawson, ETSU 5. 92.5 74-80 Randy Nesbit, The Citadel 6. 92.1 128-139 Eric Garcia, Wofford 7. 91.8 78-85 Tim Parker, Chattanooga 8. 90.5 134-148 QJ Peterson, VMI 9. 90.0 81-90 Terry Williams, Georgia Southern 10. 89.6 206-230 Chad Copeland, Chattanooga

2009-10 1977-78 2012-13 2001-02 1979-80 2016-17 2002-03 2015-16 2003-04 1993-94

Career (minimum 200 made) Pct. FT-FTA 1. 89.3 358-401 Nik Cochran, Davidson 2. 89.2 545-611 Donald Sims, Appalachian State 3. 88.9 281-316 Chad Copeland, Chattanooga 4. 87.6 479-857 Stephen Curry, Davidson 5. 86.6 214-247 Johnny Mitchell, VMI 6. 86.4 260-301 Greg White, Marshall 7. 86.1 490-569 Keith Jennings, ETSU 8. 85.6 554-647 Greg Dennis, Western Carolina 85.6 214-250 Nathan Jameson, UNCG 10. 84.9 286-337 Andy Kolesar, VMI

2009-13 2007-11 1993-94 2007-09 1967-69 1978-81 1988-91 1979-82 1998-01 1978-81

Rebounds Game 1. 51 2. 35 3. 32 4. 31 31 31 7. 29 8. 28 28 28 28 28

Bill Chambers, William & Mary vs. Virginia Bob Thomas, Furman vs. The Citadel Steve Ross, Furman vs. Presbyterian Doug Wilson, Furman vs. William & Mary Bill Ralph, VMI vs. Hampden-Sydney Jerry West, West Virginia vs. George Washington Gerald Glur, Furman vs. Richmond Bob Thomas, Furman vs. Presbyterian Bobby Williamson, VMI vs. Lynchburg Steve Powers, VMI vs. Davidson Joe Brunson, Furman vs. American Joe Brunson, Furman vs. The Citadel

Feb. 14, 1953 Dec. 17, 1955 Jan. 28, 1958 Feb. 15, 1960 1953-54 Feb. 6, 1960 Jan. 7, 1963 Feb. 19, 1955 1954-55 1966-67 Feb. 17, 1969 Dec. 30, 1969

Season 1. 604 2. 546 3. 510 4. 495 5. 488 6. 484 7. 471 8. 470 9. 447 10. 443

Joe Holup, George Washington Joe Holup, George Washington Jerry West, West Virginia Chris Smith, Virginia Tech Gerald Glur, Furman Joe Holup, George Washington Jeff Cohen, William & Mary Bill Matthews, Virginia Tech Gene Guarilia, George Washington Lloyd Sharrar, West Virginia

1955-56 1954-55 1959-60 1959-60 1961-62 1953-54 1959-60 1954-55 1956-57 1956-57

Career 1. 2,030 2. 1,679 3. 1,508 4. 1,379 5. 1,255 6. 1,242 7. 1,240 8. 1,190 9. 1,183 10. 1,178

Joe Holup, George Washington Jeff Cohen, William & Mary Chris Smith, Virginia Tech Bill Matthews, Virginia Tech Ken Daniel, Richmond Jonathan Moore, Furman Jerry West, West Virginia Walt Lysaght, Richmond Gerald Glur, Furman Lloyd Sharrar, West Virginia

1953-56 1958-61 1958-61 1953-56 1953-56 1977-80 1958-60 1953-56 1961-63 1956-58

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Game 1. 30 2. 29 3. 27 27 27 27 7. 26 8. 24 24 24 24

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Game 1. 19 19 3. 18 4. 17 17 17 17 8. 16 16 16 16

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Keith Jennings, ETSU vs. Appalachian State Jason Richards, Davidson vs. Mount St. Mary (N.Y.) Greg White, Marshall vs. CCNY Mike Sorrentino, Davidson vs. Appalachian State Chris Dodds, Davidson vs. Wofford Gary Robb, Chattanooga vs. Southern Sean Peterson, Georgia Southern vs. W. Carolina Tim Brooks, Chattanooga vs. Western Carolina Jason Richards, Davidson vs. Colby Sean Peterson, Georgia Southern vs. ETSU Keegan Bell, Chattanooga vs. Longwood

Feb. 2, 1991 Dec. 15, 2006 Dec. 8, 1979 Dec. 17, 1971 Nov. 27, 1976 Dec. 29, 1992 Jan. 21, 2002 Feb. 1, 1992 Nov. 21, 2006 Feb. 2, 2001 Dec. 29, 2011

Season 1. 301 2. 297 3. 293 4. 249 5. 226 6. 225 7. 218 8. 216 9. 213 10. 209

Keith Jennings, ETSU Keith Jennings, ETSU Jason Richards, Davidson Jason Richards, Davidson Eric Garcia, Wofford Christen Cunningham, Samford Tyson Patterson, Appalachian State Richard Little, VMI Casey Rogers, Western Carolina Tim Brooks, Chattanooga

1990-91 1989-90 2007-08 2006-07 2016-17 2016-17 1999-00 2002-03 1999-00 1992-93

Career 1. 983 2. 701 3. 668 4. 663 5. 647 6. 646 7. 638 8. 584 9. 542 10. 538

Keith Jennings, ETSU Greg White, Marshall Guilherme Da Luz, Furman Jason Richards, Davidson Casey Rogers, Western Carolina Ali Ton, Davidson Tyson Patterson, Appalachian State Courtney Eldridge, UNCG Chris Alpert, Davidson Keegan Bell, Chattanooga

1988-91 1978-81 2000-03 2004-08 1999-02 1995-98 1996-00 1999-02 1992-96 2009-12

Blocked shots Game 1. 13 2. 10 3. 10 4. 9 9 9 9 9 9. 8 8 8 8 8 8

Fessor Leonard, Furman vs. St. Peter’s Kirill Misyuchenko, The Citadel vs. Wingate Neil Ashby, Chattanooga vs. Murray State George Singleton, Furman vs. The Citadel George Singleton, Furman vs. Marshall Omar Roland, Marshall vs. Chattanooga Eric Mann, VMI vs. The Citadel Justin Tuoyo, Chattanooga vs. Western Carolina Omar Roland, Marshall vs. Western Carolina Scott VanSchaardenburg, The Citadel vs. Duke Ricky Nedd, Appalachian State vs. Tennessee Tech Kirill Misyuchenko, The Citadel vs. Ga. Southern Jeremy Clayton, Appalachian State vs. Chattanooga Andrew Fisher, Mercer vs. Chattanooga

Season 1. 106 2. 104 3. 101 4. 95 5. 93 6. 93 93 8. 92 9. 89 10. 84

Kyle Hines, UNCG Justin Tuoyo, Chattanooga Omar Roland, Marshall Kyle Hines, UNCG George Singleton, Furman Jody Lumpkin, College of Charleston Rans Brempong, Western Carolina Z. Mason, Chattanooga Justin Tuoyo, Chattanooga Kyle Hines, UNCG

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Jan. 9, 1974 Dec. 14, 1996 Dec. 22, 2002 Jan. 7, 1981 Feb. 21, 1981 Jan. 13, 1990 Jan. 15, 2000 Jan. 8, 2015 1989-90 Jan. 16, 1991 Dec. 6, 1993 Feb. 12, 2006 Jan. 17, 2008 Feb. 8, 2016

2004-05 2014-15 1989-90 2007-08 1980-81 1999-00 2000-01 2013-14 2016-17 2005-06

Career 1. 349 2. 308 3. 270 4. 269 5. 238 6. 220 7. 215 8. 213 9. 202 10. 197

Kyle Hines, UNCG Rans Brempong, Western Carolina Justin Tuoyo, Chattanooga George Singleton, Furman Jody Lumpkin, College of Charleston Jeremy Clayton, Appalachian State Kirill Misyuchenko, The Citadel Lucas Troutman, Elon Lewis Preston, VMI Jake Cohen, Davidson

2004-08 2001-05 2014-17 1981-84 1998-01 2004-08 1995-98 2010-14 1990-93 2009-13

Steals Game 1. 11 2. 10 10 10 10 6. 9 9 8. 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Ali Ton, Davidson vs. Tufts Shawn Moore, Marshall vs. ETSU Brandon Born, Chattanooga vs. USC Aiken Jason Bell, VMI vs. Furman Zakee Wadood, ETSU vs. Clemson D.J. Thompson, Appalachian State vs. UNCG Stephen Curry, Davidson vs. Guilford Kevin Eastman, Richmond vs. Davidson Randy Nesbitt, The Citadel vs. USC Aiken Jeff Battle, Marshall vs. Furman David Wade, Marshall vs. Marquette Trazel Silvers, ETSU vs. Appalachian State Trazel Silvers, ETSU vs. Michigan State Jason Bell, VMI vs. ETSU Jason Bell, VMI vs. West Virginia Tech Jason Bell, VMI vs. UNCG Tyson Patterson, Appalachian State vs. Lees-McRae Jason Conley, VMI vs. Charleston Southern Tim Smith, ETSU vs. Virginia-Wise Kevin Hammack, The Citadel vs. Navy Max Paulhus-Gosselin, Davidson vs. Guilford Johntavious Rucker, Georgia Southern vs. Reinhardt Korey Van Dussen, UNCG vs. Towson Justin Browning, Western Carolina vs. Chattanooga Preston Parks, The Citadel vs. Johnson University

Season 1. 109 2. 93 3. 92 4. 90 5. 87 6. 86 7. 85 8. 84 9. 83 10. 82

Keith Jennings, ETSU Zakee Wadood, ETSU Zakee Wadood, ETSU Brigham Waginger, Western Carolina Tyson Patterson, Appalachian State Stephen Curry, Davidson D.J. Thompson, Appalachian State Keith Jennings, ETSU Tim Brooks, Chattanooga Courtney Eldridge, UNCG

1990-91 2002-03 2003-04 2009-10 1999-00 2008-09 2006-07 1989-90 1991-92 2000-01

Career 1. 334 2. 293 3. 285 4. 250 5. 247 6. 246 7. 240 8. 236 236 10. 226 226

Keith Jennings, ETSU D.J. Thompson, Appalachian State Brigham Waginger, Western Carolina Derek Rucker, Davidson Tyson Patterson, Appalachian State Zakee Wadood, ETSU Jason Bell, VMI Ricky Hickman, UNCG Rodney Peel, Appalachian State Courtney Eldridge, UNCG Karl Cochran, Wofford

1988-91 2003-06 2006-10 1985-88 1996-00 2001-0 1995-98 2003-07 1988-92 1999-01 2011-15

Nov. 29, 1997 Jan. 29, 1994 Nov. 26, 1994 Feb. 10, 1998 Dec. 15, 2003 Feb. 22, 2007 Nov. 14, 2008 Jan. 17, 1976 Dec. 11, 1976 Jan. 7, 1984 Feb. 1, 1984 1992-93 Dec. 9, 1993 Feb. 23, 1997 Dec. 2, 1997 Feb. 15, 1999 Nov. 27, 1999 Dec. 12, 2001 Dec. 14, 2003 Dec. 30, 2004 Nov. 14, 2008 Nov. 13, 2009 Nov. 20, 2011 Feb. 11, 2016 Nov. 11, 2016


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Game 1. 154 2. 149 3. 146 4. 144 5. 141 6. 137 7. 133 133 9. 132 10. 130

Season 1. 58.6 2. 59.1 3. 59.2 4. 59.7 5. 59.8 6. 60.0 7. 60.3 8. 60.5 9. 60.7 10. 60.8

Season 1. 3,103 2. 3,032 3. 2,964 4. 2,884 5. 2,834 6. 2,821 7. 2,820 8. 2,813 9. 2,803 10. 2,782

Furman vs. The Citadel ...................................................................Jan. 8, 1955 Furman vs. Newberry ..................................................................Feb. 13, 1954 The Citadel vs. Johnson University ........................................ Nov. 11, 2016 The Citadel vs. Toccoa Falls..........................................................Dec. 7, 2016 Western Carolina vs. Toccoa Falls ............................................ Jan. 17, 2012 Davidson vs. Warren Wilson ........................................................Dec. 9, 1991 Western Carolina vs. Toccoa Falls ........................................... Nov. 26, 2001 VMI vs. Mid-Atlantic Christian ....................................................Dec. 2, 2014 The Citadel vs. Mid-Atlantic Christian .................................. Nov. 19, 2015 Richmond vs. Furman ....................................................................Jan. 3, 1956

College of Charleston .................................................. 1999-00 Wofford .............................................................................. 2013-13 College of Charleston .................................................. 1998-99 Wofford .............................................................................. 2014-15 The Citadel........................................................................ 2009-10 College of Charleston .................................................. 2000-01 Chattanooga ................................................................... 1981-82 VMI ...................................................................................... 1984-85 Samford ............................................................................. 2009-10 College of Charleston .................................................. 2001-02

Field goals made ETSU .........................................................................................................1990-91 ETSU .........................................................................................................1989-90 The Citadel.............................................................................................2016-17 West Virginia .........................................................................................1958-59 Samford ..................................................................................................2016-17 College of Charleston ........................................................................2010-11 Chattanooga .........................................................................................1992-93 ETSU .........................................................................................................2015-16 Davidson ................................................................................................2007-08 ETSU .........................................................................................................2016-17

GP-Pts. 27-2,572 33-3,103 28-2,592 27-2,572 28-2,560 33-2,964 31-2,775 26-2,321 34-3,032 28-2,492

Furman ............................................................................... 1954-55 ETSU .................................................................................... 1990-91 Furman ............................................................................... 1971-72 Furman ............................................................................... 1954-55 Marshall ............................................................................. 1995-96 The Citadel........................................................................ 2016-17 West Virginia .................................................................... 1959-60 Davidson ........................................................................... 1963-64 ETSU .................................................................................... 1989-90 Furman ............................................................................... 1955-56

Game 1. 63 2. 61 3. 61 4. 54 5. 53 6. 51 51 8. 50 50 50 Season 1. 1,132 2. 1,090 3. 1,075 4. 1,042 5. 1,040 6. 1,037 7. 1,032 8. 1,014 9. 995 10. 992

Furman vs. Newberry ..................................................................Feb. 13, 1954 Davidson vs. Warren Wilson ..................................................... Dec. 10, 1991 Western Carolina vs. Toccoa Falls ..............................................Nov. 6, 2001 VMI vs. Mid-Atlantic Christian ....................................................Dec. 2, 2014 Western Carolina vs. Toccoa Falls ........................................... Nov. 20, 2008 Western Carolina vs. Toccoa Falls ............................................ Jan. 17, 2012 Elon vs. Central Penn .................................................................. Dec. 19, 2013 Davidson vs. New Hampshire.................................................. Dec. 28, 1962 The Citadel vs. Coker .................................................................. Nov. 26, 1984 Western Carolina vs. Toccoa Falls ........................................... Nov. 27, 2006

ETSU ......................................................................................................1990-91 ETSU ......................................................................................................1989-90 West Virginia ......................................................................................1958-59 Furman .................................................................................................1972-73 West Virginia ......................................................................................1959-60 College of Charleston ......................................................................2010-11 Davidson .............................................................................................2007-08 College of Charleston ......................................................................2008-09 Chattanooga ......................................................................................1992-93 VMI .........................................................................................................1975-76

Field-goal attempts Game 1. 116 2. 102 3. 106 4. 105 5. 104 6. 98 98 8. 96 9. 92 92 Season 1. 2,370 2. 2,359 3. 2,355 4. 2,249 5. 2,248 6. 2,199 7. 2,194 8. 2,176 9. 2,173 10. 2,169

Furman vs. The Citadel .................................................................. Jan. 8, 1955 The Citadel vs. USC Aiken ......................................................... Feb. 17, 1982 The Citadel vs. Johnson University ........................................ Nov. 11, 2016 VMI vs. Mid-Atlantic Christian ....................................................Dec. 2, 2014 The Citadel vs. UMBC.................................................................. Dec. 19, 2016 Davidson vs. New Hampshire................................................. Dec. 28, 1962 Western Carolina vs. Toccoa Falls ........................................... Nov. 20, 2008 Western Carolina vs. Toccoa Falls .......................................... Nov. 21, 2001 Georgia Southern vs. UC Davis .............................................. Nov. 12, 2006 Wofford vs. Samford ...................................................................... Feb. 9, 2017

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Scoring average Season Avg 1. 95.3 2. 94.0 3. 92.6 4. 91.7 5. 91.4 6. 89.8 7. 89.5 8. 89.3 9. 89.2 10. 89.0

30-1,759 32-1,890 31-1,835 35-2,089 32-1,914 29-1,740 31-1,869 30-1,815 31-1,881 30-1,824

Furman ..................................................................................................1953-54 The Citadel ...........................................................................................2016-17 West Virginia .......................................................................................1958-59 The Citadel ...........................................................................................2015-16 West Virginia .......................................................................................1959-60 Davidson ..............................................................................................2007-08 Davidson ..............................................................................................2008-09 ETSU .......................................................................................................1989-90 College of Charleston ......................................................................2010-11 West Virginia .......................................................................................1956-57

Duggar Baucom’s 2016-17 Citadel squad posted two of the four highestscoring games in SoCon history within a month of each other. The Bulldogs scored 146 points against Johnson University on Nov. 11 before netting 144 against Toccoa Falls on Dec. 7.

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TEAM RECORD BOOK Field-goal percentage Game Pct. 1. 77.4 2. 72.3 3. 71.9 4. 71.7 5. 71.4 6. 71.0 7. 70.3 8. 69.3 9. 68.4 10. 68.3

FG-FGA 24-31 34-47 41-57 33-46 20-28 44-62 45-64 43-62 26-38 41-60

Season 1. 54.4 2. 53.5 3. 53.2 4. 53.0 5. 52.9 6. 52.5 7. 52.4 8. 52.0 9. 51.6 10. 51.2

894-1,644 864-1,615 946-1,777 669-1,262 Unknown 864-1,616 736-1,404 940-1,806 939-1821 Unknown

Richmond vs. The Citadel ................................................. 1975-76 Chattanooga vs. Appalachian State.................. March 6, 2003 Elon vs. Washington & Lee.........................................Nov. 8, 2013 Davidson vs. VMI ...................................................... March 3, 1983 Furman vs. James Madison ...................................... Dec. 1, 1984 Appalachian State vs. Tennessee Wesleyan .... Dec. 30, 1999 Wofford vs. Allen University ................................... Nov. 15, 2016 The Citadel vs. Indiana State................................. Dec. 19, 1988 Appalachian State vs. Middle Tennessee St. ... Nov. 17, 2007 ETSU vs. Detroit .......................................................... Nov. 14, 2016

Davidson ...........................................................................1963-64 The Citadel........................................................................ 1978-79 Marshall .............................................................................1986-87 ETSU .................................................................................... 1982-83 Davidson ........................................................................... 1980-81 The Citadel........................................................................ 1978-79 Appalachian State .......................................................... 1980-81 VMI....................................................................................... 1976-77 Appalachian State .......................................................... 1990-91 Davidson ........................................................................... 1965-66

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3-point field goals made Game 1. 24 2. 22 3. 21 21 5. 20 20 20 8. 19 19 19 19 19 19 19

VMI vs. Furman ..............................................................................Feb. 12, 2015 Georgia Southern vs. Chattanooga....................................... Jan. 17, 2005 Furman vs. Virginia Intermont................................................ Dec. 29, 2004 VMI vs. Johnson University....................................................... Nov. 18, 2014 UNCG at Chattanooga ................................................................Feb. 21, 2013 Western Carolina vs. Charleston Southern ......................... Dec. 18, 2013 VMI at Western Carolina .............................................................Feb. 21, 2015 Davidson vs. Washington & Lee............................................. Nov. 30, 2002 Davidson vs. Colby ..................................................................... Nov. 21, 2006 College of Charleston at Western Carolina .......................... Jan. 25, 2010 VMI vs. Marist ................................................................................ Dec. 13, 2014 The Citadel vs. Mid-Atlantic Christian .................................. Nov. 19, 2015 The Citadel vs. Toccoa Falls..........................................................Dec. 7, 2016 The Citadel vs. UMBC.................................................................. Dec. 19, 2016

Georgia Southern, led by Elton Nesbitt’s 11for-16 effort, drained what was then a SoCon-record 22 3-pointers against Chattanooga on Jan. 17, 2005.

Season 1. 397 2. 363 3. 342 4. 328 328 6. 326 7. 319 8. 311 9. 308 10. 306

3-point field-goal attempts Game 1. 57 2. 55 3. 52 4. 50 50 50 7. 48 8. 47 47 10. 46 46 46 46 46

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VMI vs. Mid-Atlantic Christian ....................................................Dec. 2, 2014 VMi vs. Marist ................................................................................ Dec. 13, 2014 Davidson vs. Colby ..................................................................... Nov. 21, 2006 The Citadel at Air Force.................................................................Dec. 2, 2015 The Citadel vs. Johnson University ........................................ Nov. 13, 2016 The Citadel vs. UMBC.................................................................. Dec. 19, 2016 The Citadel vs. Truett McConnell............................................ Nov. 15, 2016 VMI vs. Western Carolina ............................................................ Jan. 29, 2015 The Citadel at Butler ................................................................... Nov. 14, 2015 ETSU vs. Marshall ......................................................................... Nov. 21, 2006 Davidson vs. Emory....................................................................... Nov. 9, 2007 VMI vs. Johnson University....................................................... Nov. 18, 2014 VMI at Western Carolina .............................................................Feb. 21, 2015 The Citadel vs. Toccoa Falls..........................................................Dec. 7, 2016

Season 1. 1,166 The Citadel ................................................................................................2016-17 2. 1,123 The Citadel ................................................................................................2015-16 3. 1,078 VMI ...............................................................................................................2014-15 4. 901 Davidson ................................................................................................... 2007-08 5. 879 College of Charleston............................................................................2009-10 6. 859 Davidson ....................................................................................................2008-09 7. 846 Chattanooga ............................................................................................2010-11 8. 835 College of Charleston............................................................................2010-11 9. 828 Furman .......................................................................................................2016-17 10. 821 Chattanooga ............................................................................................2008-09

3-point field-goal percentage Game (minimum 8 made) Pct. 3FG-3FGA 1. 81.0 17-21 Wofford vs. VMI ........................................................ Feb. 8, 2016 2. 80.0 12-15 Marshall vs. Wyoming ............................................Dec. 6, 1991 3. 75.0 9-12 Furman vs. Newberry......................................... Dec. 14, 1988 4. 72.7 8-11 Furman vs. ETSU ................................................... Jan. 30, 1988 72.7 8-11 Western Carolina vs. Augusta .......................... Jan. 11, 1989 72.7 8-11 UNCG vs. Wofford ................................................... Feb. 1, 2004 72.7 16-22 Davidson at Samford ............................................. Feb. 6, 2014 8. 71.4 10-14 Appalachian State vs. ETSU .............................. Jan. 28, 1988 71.4 10-14 College of Charleston vs. Wofford .................. Jan. 25, 1999 71.4 10-14 Samford vs. Davidson .......................................... Jan. 28, 2012 Season Pct. 1. 46.6 2. 45.5 3. 42.8 4. 41.7 5. 41.4 6. 41.1 7. 40.8 8. 40.7 9. 40.6 10 40.3

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3FG-3FGA 153-328 138-303 137-320 269-645 285-689 179-435 270-662 201-494 204-503 311-771

The Citadel........................................................................ 1988-89 Davidson ........................................................................... 1986-87 Furman ............................................................................... 1986-87 Davidson ...........................................................................2002-03 ETSU ....................................................................................1989-90 Marshall .............................................................................1990-91 Wofford ...............................................................................2015-16 Western Carolina ............................................................1991-92 Western Carolina ............................................................1995-96 Wofford ...............................................................................2016-17


TEAM RECORD BOOK Free throws made Virginia Tech vs. William & Mary ..............................................Feb. 16, 1957 Davidson vs. The Citadel ........................................................... Jan. 26, 1985 Furman vs. Clemson ................................................................... Jan. 29, 1955 The Citadel vs. Furman .............................................................. Jan. 26, 1994 Furman vs. Prebyterian .............................................................. Jan. 28, 1958 Furman vs. New York University ............................................ Dec. 27, 1954 Western Carolina vs. Wofford .....................................................Jan. 4, 1997 Furman vs. Wofford .....................................................................Feb. 25, 1958 Furman vs. West Virginia ........................................................... Jan. 30, 1961 Furman vs. Virginia Tech ............................................................ Jan. 28. 1955 Furman vs. New York University ................................................ Feb. 9, 1956 Furman vs. The Citadel ............................................................. March 3, 1979 Furman vs. UNCG ............................................................................ Feb. 4, 2012 Wofford vs. Western Carolina ................................................... Jan. 30, 2016 Chattanooga vs. The Citadel ....................................................... Feb. 1, 2016

Season 1. 734 2. 678 3. 670 4. 668 5. 658 6. 645 7. 640 8. 631 9. 615 10. 614

West Virginia ............................................................................................ 1958-59 Furman ......................................................................................................1953-54 William & Mary ........................................................................................ 1957-58 Furman ......................................................................................................1954-55 Furman ...................................................................................................... 1955-56 Samford ......................................................................................................2016-17 George Washington .............................................................................. 1955-56 Davidson ...................................................................................................1971-72 George Washington .............................................................................. 1954-55 Chattanooga ............................................................................................2008-09

Free-throw attempts Game 1. 71 2. 67 3. 62 4. 58 5. 57 6. 56 7. 56 8. 54 54 10. 53

Furman vs. Clemson ................................................................... Jan. 28, 1955 Furman vs. New York University ............................................. Dec. 27, 1954 Western Carolina vs. North Carolina A&T .............................. Dec. 6, 1977 The Citadel vs. Furman................................................................. Feb. 2, 1968 Davidson vs. The Citadel ........................................................... Jan. 26, 1985 Furman vs. Clemson ................................................................... Jan. 21, 1956 Furman vs. Clemson ................................................................... Feb. 23, 1956 Furman vs. Presbyterian ............................................................ Feb. 19, 1955 UNCG vs. Furman .............................................................................Jan. 9, 2010 Chattanooga vs. UNCG ............................................................... Jan. 27, 2011

Season 1. 1,072 West Virginia ............................................................................................ 1958-59 2. 1,023 Furman ...................................................................................................... 1955-56 3. 1,016 Furman ...................................................................................................... 1954-55 4. 950 Furman ...................................................................................................... 1953-54 5. 935 Chattanooga ............................................................................................2008-09 6. 922 William & Mary ........................................................................................ 1957-58 7. 914 George Washington .............................................................................. 1955-56 8. 868 Samford ......................................................................................................2016-17 9. 866 Chattanooga ............................................................................................2013-14 10. 864 The Citadel ............................................................................................... 1978-79

Free-throw percentage Game (minimum 14 made) Pct. FT-FTA 1. 100.0 31-31 Marshall vs. Davidson ......................................... Dec. 17, 1979 2. 21-21 Davidson vs. Chattanooga ................................ Jan. 14, 1978 21-21 The Citadel vs. College of Charleston ............ Jan. 13, 1988 4. 20-20 The Citadel vs. Army...............................................Nov. 9, 2013 5. 19-19 Davidson vs. Furman........................................... Jan. 10, 1963 19-19 The Citadel vs. VMI ............................................................... 1968 19-19 ETSU vs. UNCG.......................................................... Mar. 6, 2017 8. 18-18 Western Carolina vs. Davidson ........................... Jan. 5, 2002 18-18 The Citadel vs. ETSU .............................................Feb. 26, 2015 10. 17-17 Western Carolina vs. Appalachian State ....... Jan. 15, 2011

Season Pct. 1. 79.5 2. 78.3 3. 78.2 4. 78.0 5. 77.9 6. 77.8 7. 77.3 8. 77.2 9. 77.2 10. 76.9

FT-FTA 560-704 488-623 449-574 482-618 539-692 413-531 557-721 481-623 Unknown 552-718

Davidson ............................................................................2012-13 Davidson ........................................................................... 1973-74 Mercer .................................................................................2016-17 Wofford ...............................................................................2016-17 Davidson ........................................................................... 1984-85 Davidson ........................................................................... 2002-03 Furman ............................................................................... 1977-78 Western Carolina ............................................................ 1981-82 Davidson ........................................................................... 1985-86 UNCG .................................................................................. 2000-01

Rebounds Game 1. 78 2. 76 3. 70 4. 68 5. 67 67 7. 65 8. 63 9. 62 10. 61 61

George Washington vs. Georgetown ............................................... 1968-69 Davidson vs. VMI ............................................................................... Jan. 8, 1970 VMI vs. Mid-Atlantic Christian ......................................................Dec. 2, 2014 Davidson vs. Emory......................................................................... Nov. 9, 2007 The Citadel vs. Clemson ............................................................. Nov. 25, 2000 The Citadel vs. Johnson University .......................................... Nov. 13, 2016 Georgia Southern vs. UC Davis ................................................ Nov. 12, 2006 ETSU vs. UVa-Wise ......................................................................... Nov. 18, 2014 Western Carolina vs. Toccoa Falls .............................................. Jan. 17, 2012 Elon vs. Central Penn .................................................................... Dec. 19, 2013 Western Carolina vs. Hiwassee.................................................. Nov. 24, 2015

Season 1. 1,810 2. 1,749 3. 1,680 4. 1,605 5. 1,589 6. 1,581 7. 1,575 8. 1,554 9. 1,545 10. 1,509

West Virginia ....................................................................................... 1958-59 West Virginia ....................................................................................... 1961-62 Furman .................................................................................................. 1973-74 George Washington ......................................................................... 1954-55 Furman .................................................................................................. 1972-73 Davidson .............................................................................................. 1967-68 Furman .................................................................................................. 1974-75 East Carolina........................................................................................ 1971-72 West Virginia ....................................................................................... 1957-58 Davidson .............................................................................................. 1969-70

Rebound average Season Avg. 1. 61.6 2. 59.7 3. 58.3 4. 57.8 5. 57.2 6. 56.9 7. 56.9 8. 56.8 9. 56.2 10. 55.9

GP-Reb 24-1,451 27-1,605 30-1,749 22-1,254 23-1,313 27-1,545 21-1,205 21-1,176 26-1,461 27-1,509

George Washington .............................................. George Washington .............................................. West Virginia ............................................................ Davidson ................................................................... William & Mary ........................................................ West Virginia ............................................................ Virginia Tech ............................................................. Davidson ................................................................... Virginia Tech ............................................................. Davidson ...................................................................

1955-56 1954-55 1961-62 1962-63 1960-61 1957-58 1958-59 1963-64 1959-60 1969-70

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Game 1. 52 2. 48 3. 47 4. 45 5. 42 6. 41 41 8. 39 39 10. 37 37 37 37 37 37

Assists Game 1. 42 2. 39 3. 38 4. 35 5. 34 34 7. 33 8. 32 32 32

The Citadel vs. Mid-Atlantic Christian ....................................Nov. 19, 2015 Davidson vs. Warren Wilson ........................................................ Dec. 9, 1991 Marshall vs. South Carolina .......................................................... Dec. 1, 1980 Davidson vs. Mount St. Mary .................................................... Dec. 15, 2006 The Citadel vs. Johnson University ..........................................Nov. 13, 2016 Wofford vs. UVa-Wise ..................................................................... Dec. 6, 2016 Davidson vs. College of New Jersey ........................................Dec. 17, 2009 Appalachian State vs. Chattanooga ....................................... Feb. 13, 1978 Appalachian State vs. Tennessee Wesleyan ........................ Dec. 30, 1999 Davidson vs. Emory.........................................................................Nov. 9, 2007

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TEAM RECORD BOOK Season 1. 635 2. 615 3. 581 4. 567 5. 561 6. 559 7. 552 8. 549 8. 540 10. 525

ETSU .............................................................................................................1990-91 Davidson .....................................................................................................2007-08 Samford .......................................................................................................2016-17 Davidson .....................................................................................................2005-06 The Citadel .................................................................................................2016-17 Davidson .....................................................................................................2006-07 Wofford........................................................................................................2016-17 Chattanooga .............................................................................................1992-93 Appalachian State ...................................................................................1990-91 UNCG............................................................................................................2016-17

Assist average Season 1. 19.2 2. 18.3 3. 18.0 4. 17.1 5. 17.0 6. 16.7 7. 16.6 8. 16.4 9. 16.1 10. 15.6 15.6

ETSU ............................................................................................................ 1990-91 Davidson .................................................................................................... 2005-06 Appalachian State .................................................................................. 1990-91 Davidson .................................................................................................... 2007-08 The Citadel ................................................................................................ 2016-17 Wofford....................................................................................................... 2016-17 Chattanooga ............................................................................................ 1992-93 Davidson .................................................................................................... 2006-07 Samford ...................................................................................................... 2016-17 Appalachian State .................................................................................. 2006-07 The Citadel ................................................................................................ 2015-16

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Blocked shots Game 1. 15 15 15 15 5. 14 14 14 8. 13 13 10. 12 12 12 12 12

VMI vs. Appalachian State ..........................................................Feb. 10, 2003 Chattanooga vs. Bluefield.......................................................... Dec. 18, 2002 College of Charleston vs. ETSU ....................................................Jan. 3, 2000 Chattanooga vs. Western Carolina .............................................Jan. 8, 2015 Davidson vs. Guilford ..................................................................Nov. 20, 1999 Furman vs. Utah Valley................................................................ Dec. 29, 2009 VMI vs. Mid-Atlantic Christian .....................................................Dec. 2, 2014 UNCG vs. William & Mary............................................................ Dec. 20, 2004 College of Charleston vs. Furman ............................................ Jan. 21, 2010 Appalachian State vs. Milligan .................................................Nov. 30, 1996 UNCG vs. Georgia Southern ......................................................... Feb. 8, 2004 Appalachian State vs. Lees-McRae .........................................Nov. 11, 2011 Furman vs. The Citadel ................................................................ Dec. 31, 2016 Samford vs. Chattanooga ...........................................................Feb. 22, 2017

Season 1. 203 2. 196 3. 178 4. 177 5. 175 6. 168 7. 165 8. 162 162 10. 155

Chattanooga ............................................................................................ 2014-15 College of Charleston ........................................................................... 1998-99 UNCG .......................................................................................................... 2003-04 VMI ............................................................................................................... 2014-15 Chattanooga ........................................................................................... 2001-02 Chattanooga ............................................................................................ 2013-14 Chattanooga ............................................................................................ 2015-16 College of Charleston............................................................................ 2009-10 ETSU ............................................................................................................ 2016-17 Appalachian State ................................................................................. 1990-91

Blocked shots average Season 1. 6.4 2. 6.3 6.3 4. 5.9 5. 5.8 6. 5.3 7. 5.2 8. 5.1 5.1 10. 4.8 4.8

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UNCG........................................................................................................... 1998-99 College of Charleston............................................................................ 1998-99 Chattanooga ............................................................................................ 2014-15 VMI ............................................................................................................... 2014-15 Chattanooga ............................................................................................ 2001-02 Chattanooga ............................................................................................ 1990-91 Appalachian State .................................................................................. 1990-91 Furman ....................................................................................................... 2009-10 Chattanooga ............................................................................................ 2013-14 UNCG........................................................................................................... 2005-06 College of Charleston............................................................................ 2009-10

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Steals Game 1 27 2. 26 26 4. 25 5. 24 24 7. 23 8. 22 22 22

The Citadel vs. Johnson University .........................................Nov. 13, 2016 ETSU vs. Union ................................................................................ Jan. 12, 2004 Chattanooga vs. Appalachian State ......................................March 6, 2003 Davidson vs. Guilford ..................................................................Nov. 14, 2008 Appalachian State vs. Lees-McRae .........................................Nov. 27, 1999 Appalachian State vs. Liberty ......................................................Dec. 1, 2001 Chattanooga vs. Tennessee-Temple ......................................Nov. 12, 2012 Georgia Southern vs. The Citadel............................................. Jan. 10, 2004 VMI vs. Mid-Atlantic Christian .....................................................Dec. 2, 2014 The Citadel vs. Bob Jones ..........................................................Nov. 27, 2015

Season 1. 384 2. 327 3. 325 4. 321 5. 309 7. 306 7. 299 8. 298 9. 293 10. 290

Marshall ..................................................................................................... 1983-84 Georgia Southern ................................................................................... 2003-04 Appalachian State .................................................................................. 1999-00 Western Carolina..................................................................................... 2009-10 Georgia Southern ................................................................................... 2004-05 The Citadel ................................................................................................ 2016-17 Western Carolina..................................................................................... 2010-11 Western Carolina..................................................................................... 2008-09 ETSU ............................................................................................................ 2016-17 Davidson .................................................................................................... 2007-08

Steals average Season 1. 12.4 2. 11.3 3. 10.1 4. 9.6 5. 9.4 9.4 7. 9.3 8. 9.3 9.3 9.3

Marshall .....................................................................................................1983-84 Georgia Southern ..................................................................................2003-04 Appalachian State .................................................................................1999-00 Western Carolina.....................................................................................2008-09 Georgia Southern ..................................................................................1997-08 Western Carolina.....................................................................................2009-10 UNCG ..........................................................................................................2005-06 Georgia Southern ..................................................................................1993-94 Georgia Southern ..................................................................................1992-93 The Citadel ................................................................................................2016-17

Wins 1.

30 30 3. 29 29 29 6. 28 28 8. 27 27 10. 26 26 26 26

North Carolina .........................................................................................1945-46 North Carolina State ..............................................................................1950-51 Davidson ....................................................................................................2007-08 Davidson ....................................................................................................2006-07 Chattanooga ............................................................................................2015-16 College of Charleston............................................................................1998-99 Wofford.......................................................................................................2014-15 Chattanooga ............................................................................................1981-82 ETSU ............................................................................................................2016-17 Chattanooga ............................................................................................1982-83 Chattanooga ............................................................................................1992-93 Wofford.......................................................................................................2009-10 College of Charleston............................................................................2010-11

Consecutive wins 1.

25 25

Davidson ....................................................................................................2007-08 College of Charleston............................................................................1998-99

Consecutive conference wins 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

44 43 34 27 23 19 11

West Virginia .............................................................................................1956-60 Davidson ...................................................................................................2007-09 North Carolina .........................................................................................1923-25 Davidson ....................................................................................................1968-71 Davidson ....................................................................................................1963-64 College of Charleston............................................................................1998-00 The Citadel ................................................................................................2008-09

Overtime wins Season 1. 6

Chattanooga, 6-0 ...................................................................................1988-89


COACHING RECORDS

Lyles Alley Furman

Chattanooga’s Mack McCarthy won 243 games and five SoCon tournament titles from 1985-97.

Everett Case North Carolina State

Bobby Cremins Appalachian State, College of Charleston

Burton Shipley Maryland

Adolph Rupp Kentucky

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MOST OVERALL VICTORIES AT A SOCON SCHOOL 1. 447 Bob McKillop, Davidson (1992-2014) 2. 248 Mike Young, Wofford (2002-present) 3. 243 Mack McCarthy, Chattanooga (1985-97) 243 Burton Shipley, Maryland (1923-47) 5. 230 Bill Reinhart, George Washington (1935-42; 1949-66) 6. 226 Eddie Cameron, Duke (1928-42) 226 Bobby Cremins, Appalachian State (1975-81); College of Charleston (2006-12) 8. 223 Lyles Alley, Furman (1945-49; 1950-66) 9. 213 Les Robinson, The Citadel (1974-85); ETSU (1985-90) 10. 205 Murray Greason, Wake Forest (1935-53) 11. 194 Norman Shepard, North Carolina (1923-24); Davidson (1937-49) 12. 187 Everett Case, North Carolina State (1946-53) 13. 180 Larry Hunter, Western Carolina (2005-present) 14. 176 Lefty Driesell, Davidson (1960-69) 15. 168 Malcolm U. Pitt, Richmond (1935-52) 16. 148 Herman J. Stegeman, Georgia (1921-31) 17. 147 Lester Hooker Jr., Richmond (1952-63) 18. 146 Fred Schaus, West Virginia (1954-60) 19. 145 Steve Cottrell, Western Carolina (1977-87) 145 John Shulman, Chattanooga (2004-13) 21. 142 Joe Williams, Furman (1970-78) 22. 141 Tom Scott, North Carolina (1946-52); Davidson (1955-60) 23. 139 Ron Shumate, Chattanooga (1972-79) 139 Tom Apke, Appalachian State (1986-96) 25. 138 Jeff Price, Georgia Southern (1999-2009)

WINS PER SEASON (MINIMUM TWO SEASONS) Avg. Wins Yrs Coach, school (seasons) 26.7 187 7 Everett Case, North Carolina State (1946-53) 26.0 52 2 Ben Carnevale, North Carolina (1944-46) 24.3 146 6 Fred Schaus, West Virginia (1954-60) 23.8 95 4 John Kresse, College of Charleston (1998-02) 22.5 135 6 Murray Arnold, Chattanooga (1979-85) 21.5 129 6 Rick Huckabay, Marshall (1983-89) WON-LOST PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM TWO SEASONS) Pct. Rec Yrs Coach, school (seasons) 85.7 30-5 2 Adolph Rupp, Kentucky (1930-32) 82.5 52-11 2 Ben Carnevale, North Carolina (1944-46) 81.2 69-16 4 George Shepard, North Carolina (1931-35) 80.6 187-45 7 Everett Case, North Carolina State (1946-53) 79.8 146-36 6 Fred Schaus, West Virginia (1954-60) 79.2 95-25 4 John Kresse, College of Charleston (1998-02)

Bob McKillop won 447 games with Davidson while the Wildcats were members of the Southern Conference.

MOST SEASONS 24 Burton Shipley, Maryland (1923-47) 22 Bob McKillop, Davidson (1992-2014) 18 Murray Greason, Wake Forest (1935-53) 18 Bill Reinhart, George Washington (1935-42, 1949-66) 17 Malcolm U. Pitt, Richmond (1935-52) 17 Lyles Alley, Furman (1945-49, 1950-66)

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The Citadel Coach J.G. Briggs Hans Kangeter Harry O’Brien C.F. Myers Locke Brown Benny Blatt Johnny Douglas Charlie Willard Rock Norman Ben Parker Ben Clemons Bo Sherman Ernest Wehman Eugene Clark Whitey Piro Bernard O’Neil Leo Zack Jim Browning Hank Witt Norm Sloan Mel Thompson Dick Campbell George Hill Les Robinson Randy Nesbit Pat Dennis Ed Conroy Chuck Driesell Duggar Baucom

Seasons 1912-13 1913-16 1916-18 1918-25 1925-26 1926-30 1930-33 1933-35 1935-40 1940-41 1941-42, 1943-44 1942-43 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-52 1952-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-60 1960-67 1967-71 1971-74 1974-85 1985-92 1992-06 2006-10 2010-15 2015-present

Coach Charles Reece Vernon McFee Jim Luck John Robinson Gene McMurray L.T. Roberts Madison Brooks Leroy Fisher Sonny Smith Jim Halihan Barry Dowd Les Robinson Alan LeForce Ed DeChellis Murry Bartow Steve Forbes

Seasons 1918-22 1922-23 1923-25 1925-31 1933-47 1947-48 1948-73 1973-76 1976-78 1978-82 1982-85 1985-90 1990-96 1996-03 2003-15 2015-present

Furman Years 1 3 2 7 1 4 3 2 5 2 2 1 1 1 1 5 2 1 1 4 7 4 3 11 7 14 4 5 2

W 2 15 6 51 10 51 18 14 45 10 4 8 16 7 5 28 5 1 2 57 67 45 33 132 75 158 49 42 22

L 3 5 2 26 6 22 31 16 31 17 17 6 7 11 11 72 32 21 19 38 96 54 42 162 121 232 76 113 43

Pct. .400 .750 .750 .662 .625 .699 .367 .450 .592 .370 .190 .571 .696 .389 .313 .280 .135 .045 .095 .600 .411 .455 .440 .411 .383 .407 .392 .271 .338

Years 4 1 2 6 13 1 25 3 2 4 3 5 6 7 12 2

W 19 5 10 25 90 9 370 23 30 57 40 81 108 105 224 51

L 12 5 15 40 84 8 263 52 23 53 46 70 70 93 165 20

Pct. .613 .500 .400 .364 .517 .529 .585 .307 .566 .518 .465 .536 .607 .530 .576 .718

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Coach W.L. Laval A.W. Norman A.P. McLeod Flucie Stewart Bob Smith Selwyn Edwards Lyles Alley Melvin Bell Frank Selvy Joe Williams Eddie Holbrook Jene Davis Butch Estes Joe Cantafio Larry Davis Jeff Jackson Niko Medved Bob Richey

Seasons 1919-27 1927-28 1928-33 1933-35 1935-42 1944-45 1945-49, ‘50-66 1949-50 1966-70 1970-78 1978-82 1982-85 1985-94 1994-97 1997-06 2006-13 2013-17 2017-present

Coach Unknown C.C. McClure Homes Maxon C.C. “Doc” Stroud J.J. Scully Unknown J.C. Clements Charles Morgan Unknown John Cody M.P. Gilliam John M. King Bernie Moore Oscar Long Lake Russell C. “Smokey” Harper No team Jimmy Slocum Jimmy Daugherty No teams Cliff Snow No team James Cowan Dan Nymicz Robert Wilder Dwayne Morrison Joe Dan Gold Bill Bibb Brad Siegfried Bill Hodges Mark Slonaker Bob Hoffman

Seasons 1906-08 1908-09 1910-11 1910-13 1913-15 1915-16 1916-17, 19-20 1917-18 1918-19 1921-23 1923-25 1925-26 1926-28 1928-29 1929-30, 32-34, 36-39 1930-31 1931-32 1934-36 1939-40 1940-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-51, 53-57 1951-53 1957-70 1970-73 1973-74 1974-89 1989-91 1991-97 1997-08 2008-present

Coach Jim Swiggett Jack Mehl Larry Hargett Ed Douma Bob McEvoy Randy Peele Fran McCaffery Mike Dement* Wes Miller

Seasons 1967-75 1975-78 1978-82 1982-84 1984-91 1995-99 1999-05 1991-95, 2005-11 2011-present

Years W L 8 74 66 1 20 5 5 75 19 2 12 20 7 57 77 1 2 14 20 247 259 1 9 12 4 44 59 8 142 87 4 65 48 3 28 58 9 135 122 3 30 51 9 122 141 7 85 131 4 62 71 First season

Pct. .529 .800 .798 .375 .425 .125 .488 .429 .427 .620 .576 .368 .525 .370 .464 .394 .466

Mercer Years 2 1 1 3 2 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 6 1 1 2 1 4 1 1 9 2 13 3 1 15 2 6 11 9

W

122 40 147 48 16 222 9 62 128 179

Years 8 3 4 2 7 4 6 11 6

W 45 27 55 28 92 46 90 124 83

1 3 27 8 7 4 33 36 16 24 20 41 11 8 6 16

L Pct. Unknown 6 .143 5 .375 15 .643 18 .308 Unknown 8 .467 4 .500 Unknown 17 .660 12 750 8 .667 11 .686 5 .800 37 .526 4 .733 No team 26 .235 13 .316 No teams 9 .640 No team 78 .610 16 .714 171 .462 22 .686 8 .667 194 .534 45 .167 107 .367 189 .404 130 .579

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L 113 41 46 23 96 69 87 171 102

Pct. .285 .397 .545 .549 .489 .400 .508 .420 .449


COACHING RECORDS BY SCHOOL Samford Seasons

Years

1916-17 1917-18 1918-20, 25-27 1920-22 1923-24 1924-25 1927-31, 32-34 1931-32 1934-38 1938-42 1942-43 1946-47 1947-50 1950-55 1955-59, 63-65 1959-63 1965-68 1968-72 1972-75 1975-79 1979-81 1981-84 1984-87 1987-91 1991-97 1997-12 2012-14 2014-present

1 1 4 2 1 1 6 1 4 4 1 1 3 5 6 4 3 4 3 4 2 3 3 4 6 15 2 3

W 14 3 4 20 6 3 1 38 6 50 58 10 11 42 71 56 61 32 46 20 28 18 46 38 27 89 229 24 47

L 10 5 3 37 14 8 9 72 20 37 37 5 10 37 73 83 40 40 55 57 76 36 38 47 83 77 219 41 54

Pct. .583 .375 .571 .351 .300 .273 .100 .345 .231 .575 .611 .667 .524 .532 .493 .403 .604 .444 .455 .260 .269 .333 .548 .447 .245 .536 .511 .369 .465

Joe Daher Jay McWilliams Lloyd Roberts Bill O’Hara Chuck Noe Jack Null L.F. Miller Gary McPherson Mike Schuler Bill Blair Charlie Schmaus Marty Fletcher Joe Cantafio Bart Bellairs Duggar Baucom Dan Earl

1943-45 1945-46 1946-47 1949-52 1952-55 1955-58 1958-64 1964-69 1969-72 1972-76 1976-82 1982-86 1986-94 1995-05 2005-15 2015-present

2 1 1 3 3 3 6 5 3 4 6 4 8 11 10 2

2 1 4 10 24 12 41 32 13 48 75 37 79 116 151 15

24 10 15 56 46 58 83 77 63 60 90 75 147 191 159 45

.077 .091 .211 .152 .343 .171 .331 .294 .171 .444 .455 .330 .350 .378 .487 .250

Years 2 3 19 6 2 10 1 1 4 2 5 5 12

W 28 36 311 86 31 145 8 12 38 26 65 48 180

L 22 43 222 73 32 133 19 16 73 30 76 97 210

Pct. .560 .456 .583 .541 .492 .522 .269 .429 .342 .464 .461 .331 .462

Years 1 3 6 1 1 3 5 6 1 4 12 19 8 17 15

W 8 3 15 8 8 10 46 66 10 21 157 283 106 236 248

L 4 5 12 8 5 35 21 58 14 24 124 265 139 230 226

Pct. .667 .375 .556 .500 .615 .222 .687 .516 .417 .467 .559 .516 .433 .506 .523

Western Carolina Coach Marion McDonald Tuck McConnell Jim Gudger Jim Hartbarger Fred Conley Steve Cottrell Herb Krusen Dave Possinger Greg Blatt Benny Dees Phil Hopkins Steve Shurina Larry Hunter

Seasons 1945-47 1947-50 1950-69 1969-75 1975-77 1977-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-93 1993-95 1995-00 2000-05 2005-present

Coach L.J. Denning Leslie Moser J.P. Major John F. Gorsuch Capt. Lindsay Charles Lutz Jack Frost Roy Robertson Phil Dickens Ted Petoskey Joel Robertson Gene Alexander Wayne Earhardt Richard Johnson Mike Young

Seasons 1915-16 1916-19 1919-20, 21-26 1920-21 1926-27 1927-30 1930-35 1935-41 1941-42 1942-46 1946-58 1958-77 1977-85 1985-02 2002-present

* Six wins from 2010-11 later vacated

Wofford

Chattanooga Coach John Speigel W.V. Jarratt Bill Redd Harold Drew Humpy Phillips Pop Keyser Perron Shoemaker Bill O’Brien Ben Boulware Tommy Bartlett Leon Ford Ron Shumate Murray Arnold Mack McCarthy Henry Dickerson Jeff Lebo John Shulman Will Wade Matt McCall Lamont Paris

Seasons 1915-16 1919-20 1920-28 1928-31 1931-33 1933-39 1939-46 1946-55 1955-58 1958-62 1962-72 1972-79 1979-85 1985-97 1997-02 2002-04 2004-13 2013-15 2015-17 2017-present

Coach Pete Krebs F.J. Pratt J. Mitchell Alpha Brummage W.C. Raferty F.H. Gaoton E.C. Abell Pinky Spruhan Frank Summers Pooley Hubert J. Elmore Jimmy Walker

Seasons 1908-09 1909-10 1910-11 1911-13 1913-14, 22-34 1914-17 1917-19 1919-22 1934-36, 47-49 1936-37, 42-43 1937-38 1938-42

Years W L 1 2 4 1 4 2 8 62 39 3 26 23 2 30 16 6 37 73 4 17 57 9 50 99 3 13 43 4 57 36 10 128 123 7 139 61 6 135 46 12 243 122 5 72 73 2 40 20 9 145 146 2 40 25 2 47 18 First season

Pct. .333 .667 .614 .531 .652 .336 .230 .336 .232 .613 .510 .695 .746 .667 .497 .667 .498 .615 .723

Years 1 1 1 2 13 3 2 3 4 2 1 4

Pct. .500 .286 .375 .609 .378 .722 .538 .809 .164 .424 .267 .409

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Coach Unknown J.B. Longwell R.E. Mitchell Chester “Chet” Dillon R.C. Marshall George W. Yarbrough Toby Stubbs Eddie McLane Wilbur Eaton William “Billy” Bancroft Jim Stuart Euil “Snitz” Snider Donald Lance Herman Roberson Earl Gartman Virgil Ledbetter Walt Barnes John Edwards Van Washer Ron Harris Fred Crowell Cliff Wettig Mike Hanks Mel Hankinson Ed McLane John Brady Jimmy Tillette* Benny Seltzer Scott Padgett

VMI W 3 2 3 14 68 26 14 38 12 14 4 27

L 3 5 5 9 112 10 12 9 61 19 11 39

Wofford head coach Mike Young is second in SoCon history with 248 coaching victories.

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YEARLY STATISTICAL LEADERS SCORING OFFENSE Year 1953-54 Furman 1954-55 Furman 1955-56 Furman 1956-57 West Virginia 1957-58 West Virginia 1958-59 West Virginia 1959-60 West Virginia 1960-61 West Virginia 1961-62 West Virginia 1962-63 West Virginia 1963-64 Davidson 1964-65 Davidson 1965-66 West Virginia 1966-67 West Virginia 1967-68 Davidson 1968-69 Davidson 1969-70 Davidson 1970-71 Furman 1971-72 Furman 1972-73 Furman 1973-74 Davidson 1974-75 East Carolina 1975-76 VMI 1976-77 Furman 1977-78 Furman 1978-79 Furman 1979-80 Furman 1980-81 Marshall 1981-82 ETSU 1982-83 Marshall 1983-84 Marshall 1984-85 The Citadel 1985-86 Marshall 1986-87 Marshall 1987-88 Marshall 1988-89 ETSU 1989-90 ETSU 1990-91 ETSU 1991-92 ETSU 1992-93 Chattanooga 1993-94 ETSU 1994-95 Marshall 1995-96 Marshall 1996-97 Marshall

Points 2,658 2,572 2,492 2,524 2,433 2,884 2,775 2,325 2,562 2,554 2,322 2,300 2,423 2,442 2,334 2,613 2,265 2,182 2,592 2,500 2,152 2,348 2,450 2,347 2,501 2,398 2,427 2,281 2,256 2,212 2,601 2,247 2,285 2,494 2,683 2,652 3,032 3,103 2,670 2,820 2,512 2,279 2,560 2,314

Avg. 91.7 95.3 89.0 84.1 86.9 84.8 89.5 86.1 85.4 82.4 89.3 88.5 86.5 87.2 80.5 87.1 83.9 80.8 92.6 86.2 79.7 83.9 76.6 83.8 83.7 82.7 80.9 81.5 80.6 79.0 83.9 77.5 76.2 80.5 83.8 85.5 89.2 94.0 86.1 85.5 83.7 84.4 91.4 79.8

Andrew Goudelock helped College of Charleston lead the league in scoring in 2009-10 and 2010-11.

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1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

VMI Davidson Appalachian State Georgia Southern ETSU Appalachian State Chattanooga Georgia Southern Davidson Davidson Davidson Davidson College of Charleston College of Charleston Davidson Davidson Davidson VMI The Citadel The Citadel

2,037 2,058 2,530 2,296 2,281 2,434 2,465 2,506 2,403 2,765 2,803 2,724 2,549 2,821 2,571 2,490 2,591 2,415 2,753 2,964

75.4 76.2 79.1 76.5 81.5 83.9 82.2 80.8 75.5 81.3 77.9 77.8 75.0 76.2 77.9 73.2 78.5 80.5 86.0 89.8

SCORING DEFENSE Year Points 1953-54 Richmond 1,881 1954-55 George Washington 1,974 1955-56 Virginia Tech 1,729 1956-57 Virginia Tech 1,421 1957-58 The Citadel 1,713 1958-59 The Citadel 1,253 1959-60 The Citadel 1,533 1960-61 Davidson 1,606 1961-62 Davidson 1,744 1962-63 William & Mary 1,551 1963-64 Furman 1,677 1964-65 William & Mary 1,678 1965-66 William & Mary 1,792 1966-67 William & Mary 1,802 1967-68 Davidson 1,997 1968-69 Davidson 2,209 1969-70 Davidson 1,947 1970-71 Davidson 1,723 1971-72 William & Mary 2,034 1972-73 The Citadel 1,864 1973-74 The Citadel 1,655 1974-75 William & Mary 2,189 1975-76 VMI 2,164 1976-77 William & Mary 2,012 1977-78 VMI 2,067 1978-79 Appalachian State 1,843 1979-80 Appalachian State 1,760 1980-81 Appalachian State 1,831 1981-82 Chattanooga 1,871 1982-83 Chattanooga 1,864 1983-84 Davidson 1,811 1984-85 VMI 1,816 1985-86 Davidson 1,974 1986-87 Davidson 2,059 1987-88 Furman 1,980 1988-89 Appalachian State 1,945 1989-90 Marshall 2,061 1990-91 Furman 2,177 1991-92 Chattanooga 2,157 1992-93 The Citadel 1,928 1993-94 The Citadel 1,873 1994-95 Furman 1,862 1995-96 Chattanooga 1,817 1996-97 Chattanooga 2,281 1997-98 The Citadel 1,741 1998-99 College of Charleston 1,834 1999-00 College of Charleston 1,759 2000-01 College of Charleston 1,739 2001-02 College of Charleston 1,824 2002-03 Furman 2,053

Avg. 62.7 65.8 69.2 64.6 63.4 63.3 66.6 69.8 69.6 64.6 64.5 67.1 71.7 72.4 68.9 73.6 72.1 66.3 75.3 71.7 69.0 66.3 67.6 67.1 73.8 63.6 62.8 63.1 60.3 62.1 64.7 60.5 63.7 68.6 70.7 69.5 73.6 75.1 71.9 71.4 69.4 69.0 67.3 65.2 62.2 59.2 58.6 60.0 60.8 66.2

2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

Furman Chattanooga Wofford College of Charleston Davidson Samford The Citadel Furman Wofford Wofford Wofford Wofford Furman Furman

FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE Year 1953-54 George Washington 1954-55 George Washington 1955-56 George Washington 1956-57 West Virginia 1957-58 West Virginia 1958-59 West Virginia 1959-60 West Virginia 1960-61 The Citadel 1961-62 Virginia Tech 1962-63 Davidson 1963-64 Davidson 1964-65 Davidson 1965-66 Davidson 1966-67 William & Mary 1967-68 Davidson 1968-69 East Carolina 1969-70 East Carolina 1970-71 Davidson 1971-72 Davidson 1972-73 Davidson 1973-74 Davidson 1974-75 Furman 1975-76 VMI 1976-77 VMI 1977-78 Davidson 1978-79 The Citadel 1979-80 Davidson 1980-81 Davidson 1981-82 Chattanooga 1982-83 ETSU 1983-84 Western Carolina 1984-85 Davidson 1985-86 Appalachian State 1986-87 Marshall 1987-88 Appalachian State 1988-89 The Citadel 1989-90 ETSU 1990-91 Appalachian State 1991-92 Furman 1992-93 Chattanooga 1993-94 Davidson 1994-95 ETSU 1995-96 Marshall 1996-97 Appalachian State 1997-98 Appalachian State 1998-99 College of Charleston 1999-00 Appalachian State 2000-01 College of Charleston 2001-02 ETSU 2002-03 Chattanooga 2003-04 Chattanooga 2004-05 Furman 2005-06 Furman 2006-07 Appalachian State 2007-08 Appalachian State 2008-09 College of Charleston

1,940 2,034 1,909 2,166 2,274 1,990 1,914 2,124 2,087 1,890 2,054 2,089 2,333 2,319

FGM-FGA 744-1,632 867-1,822 725-1,451 902-2,169 915-2,056 1,075-2,355 1,040-2,248 785-1,759 793-1,757 792-1,632 894-1,644 908-1,784 877-1,713 653-1,394 700-1,413 732-1,520 772-1,643 624-1,354 727-1,542 798-1,636 832-1,646 827-1,655 992-1,958 940-1,806 896-1,775 864-1,616 720-1,433 809-1,530 891-1,760 885-1,669 797-1,565 739-1,453 744-1,493 946-1,777 744-1,493 826-1,616 1,090-2,176 939-1,821 760-1,581 995-2,059 798-1,653 810-1,771 927-1,874 718-1,485 741-1,646 830-1,702 915-1,882 678-1,495 822-1,790 846-1,750 861-1,751 754-1,609 716-1,544 914-1,909 780-1,644 1,014-2,150

66.9 65.6 65.8 65.5 63.2 62.2 59.8 64.4 63.2 59.1 62.2 59.7 66.7 66.3 Pct. 45.6 47.6 50.0 41.6 44.5 45.5 46.3 44.6 45.1 48.5 54.4 50.9 51.2 46.8 49.5 48.2 46.7 46.1 47.1 48.8 50.5 49.9 50.7 52.0 50.5 53.5 50.2 52.9 51.0 53.0 50.9 50.9 49.8 53.2 49.8 51.1 50.1 51.6 48.1 48.3 48.3 45.7 49.5 48.4 45.0 48.8 48.6 45.4 45.9 48.3 49.2 46.9 46.4 47.9 47.4 47.2


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954-2,006 1,037-2,173 749-1608 837-1,813 896-1,877 818-1,802 984-2,135 960-1,966

47.6 47.7 46.6 46.2 47.7 45.4 46.1 48.8

45.5 39.8 46.6 41.4 41.1 40.7 38.0 38.0 38.2 40.6 39.1 36.3 38.0 38.8 38.3 37.1 41.7 37.6 39.4 38.9 37.4 38.5 38.2 39.7 40.0 35.5 36.9 37.6 40.0 40.8 40.3

FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE Year 1953-54 George Washington 1954-55 George Washington 1955-56 George Washington 1956-57 Virginia Tech 1957-58 William & Mary 1958-59 George Washington 1959-60 VMI 1960-61 Furman 1961-62 Furman 1962-63 Davidson 1963-64 Davidson 1964-65 Richmond 1965-66 Davidson 1966-67 Davidson 1967-68 VMI 1968-69 George Washington 1969-70 George Washington 1970-71 The Citadel 1971-72 Davidson 1972-73 William & Mary 1973-74 Davidson 1974-75 Richmond

Pct. 71.3 75.1 70.0 71.6 72.7 75.3 73.9 71.3 73.7 74.4 74.0 74.9 76.2 75.7 75.9 75.7 76.0 73.1 74.0 75.7 78.3 72.0

FTM-FTA 604-847 615-819 640-914 546-763 670-922 402-534 337-456 452-634 479-650 477-641 534-722 558-745 563-739 537-709 413-544 418-552 498-642 392-536 631-847 446-589 498-623 444-616

Pct. 46.2 50.0 46.4 42.8

Davidson VMI Furman Davidson VMI Davidson Western Carolina Furman Chattanooga Davidson Davidson VMI Davidson ETSU ETSU ETSU Furman Chattanooga Davidson Marshall VMI Western Carolina Western Carolina College of Charleston UNCG UNCG UNCG Davidson Chattanooga Davidson Davidson Davidson Davidson The Citadel Coll. of Charleston Coll. of Charleston Davidson Davidson

320-452 541-753 557-721 463-608 461-608 477-626 481-623 361-517 574-767 539-692 520-674 360-483 486-679 571-768 567-757 538-752 515-723 595-792 529-704 482-650 469-623 491-671 352-492 458-649 456-618 552-718 524-702 413-531 510-694 468-634 416-547 499-663 411-573 433-605 323-435 441-595 558-732 560-704

70.8 71.8 77.3 76.2 75.8 76.2 77.2 69.8 74.8 77.9 77.2 74.5 71.6 74.3 74.9 71.5 71.2 75.1 75.1 74.2 75.3 73.2 71.5 70.6 73.8 76.9 74.6 77.8 73.5 73.8 76.1 75.3 71.7 71.6 74.3 74.1 76.2 79.5

The Citadel’s Demetrius Nelson shot 77.3 percent (174-for-225) from the free-throw line in 2008-09 to help the Bulldogs lead the league in free-throw percentage that season (71.6).

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462-639 419-546 484-645 449-574

72.3 76.7 75.0 78.2

REBOUNDING Year No. Avg. 1954-55 George Washington 1,605 59.7 1955-56 George Washington 1,451 61.6 1956-57 West Virginia 1,506 55.4 1957-58 West Virginia 1,545 56.9 1958-59 Virginia Tech 1,205 56.9 1959-60 Virginia Tech 1,461 56.2 1960-61 William & Mary 1,313 57.2 1961-62 West Virginia 1,749 55.7 1962-63 Davidson 1,254 57.8 1963-64 Davidson 1,176 56.8 1964-65 Davidson 1,229 55.2 1965-66 Davidson 1,210 53.6 1966-67 William & Mary 1,363 54.5 1967-68 Davidson 1,581 54.5 1968-69 West Virginia 1,496 55.5 1969-70 Davidson 1,509 55.9 1970-71 East Carolina 1,315 54.8 1971-72 East Carolina 1,554 53.6 1972-73 Furman 1,589 54.8 1973-74 Furman 1,680 54.2 1974-75 Furman 1,575 54.3 1975-76 VMI 1,265 39.5 1976-77 William & Mary 1,199 39.9 1977-78 Furman 1,198 39.9 1978-79 Furman 1,198 41.3 1979-80 ETSU 1,104 39.4 1980-81 ETSU 1,061 39.3 1981-82 ETSU 1,118 39.9 1982-83 Marshall 1,150 41.1 1983-84 Chattanooga 1,120 36.1 For Opp. Margin 1984-85 Chattanooga 35.3 30.3 +5.0 1985-86 Chattanooga 37.5 33.8 +3.7 1986-87 Western Carolina 38.8 33.0 +5.8 1987-88 Marshall 39.1 34.3 +4.8 1988-89 The Citadel 34.1 30.7 +3.4 1989-90 Marshall 39.5 36.7 +2.8 1990-91 Appalachian State 39.0 34.7 +4.3 1991-92 Chattanooga 43.1 36.4 +6.7 1992-93 Davidson 38.7 34.3 +4.4 1993-94 Davidson 36.1 31.2 +4.9 1994-95 Davidson 36.7 33.6 +3.1 1995-96 Chattanooga 37.5 34.2 +3.3 1996-97 Chattanooga 38.6 31.3 +7.3 1997-98 Furman 36.7 33.3 +4.3 1998-99 Coll. of Charleston 37.6 30.5 +7.2 1999-00 ETSU 36.9 32.9 +4.0 2000-01 Appalachian State 37.8 32.7 +5.1 2001-02 Georgia Southern 41.7 36.0 +5.8 2002-03 Davidson 41.1 34.3 +6.8 2003-04 Davidson 38.4 33.3 +5.1 2004-05 Chattanooga 41.4 30.6 +10.8 2005-06 Coll. of Charleston 41.9 32.8 +9.0 2006-07 Davidson 40.5 34.0 +6.5 2007-08 Chattanooga 39.7 34.0 +5.7 2008-09 Appalachian State 39.4 31.9 +7.5 2009-10 Appalachian State 38.5 30.6 +7.8 2010-11 Chattanooga 38.5 35.3 +3.2 2011-12 Davidson 38.8 32.5 +6.4 2012-13 Coll. of Charleston 37.2 31.7 +5.4 2013-14 Chattanooga 37.4 35.6 +1.8 2014-15 Wofford 32.5 31.1 +1.4 2015-16 Mercer 40.1 31.7 +8.4 2016-17 Mercer 36.7 31.2 +5.5

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3-POINT FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE Year FGM-FGA 1980-81 Davidson 12-26 1981-82 Western Carolina 10-20 1982-83 ETSU 45-97 1983-84 Western Carolina 68-159 1984-85 N/A 1985-86 N/A 1986-87 Davidson 138-303 1987-88 Furman 140-351 1988-89 The Citadel 153-328 1989-90 ETSU 285-688 1990-91 Marshall 179-435 1991-92 Western Carolina 201-494 1992-93 Chattanooga 235-618 1993-94 Chattanooga 227-597 1994-95 ETSU 210-550 1995-96 Western Carolina 204-503 1996-97 Appalachian State 178-455 1997-98 Chattanooga 200-551 1998-99 ETSU 142-374 1999-00 Appalachian State 200-515 2000-01 UNCG 184-480 2001-02 College of Charleston 169-456 2002-03 Davidson 269-645 2003-04 Chattanooga 231-615 2004-05 Furman 267-678 2005-06 Georgia Southern 206-529 2006-07 Furman 239-639 2007-08 Appalachian State 232-603 2008-09 College of Charleston 300-785 2009-10 Appalachian State 279-703 2010-11 Wofford 197-493 2011-12 Elon 238-671 2012-13 Davidson 256-694 2013-14 Davidson 273-726 2014-15 The Citadel 206-515 2015-16 Wofford 270-662 2016-17 Wofford 311-771

1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

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YEARLY STATISTICAL LEADERS SCORING Year 1953-54 Frank Selvy, Furman * 1954-55 Darrell Floyd, Furman * 1955-56 Darrell Floyd, Furman * 1956-57 Rod Hundley, West Virginia 1957-58 Bob Ayersman, Virginia Tech 1958-59 Jerry West, West Virginia 1959-60 Jerry West, West Virginia 1960-61 Jeff Cohen, William & Mary 1961-62 Jerry Smith, Furman 1962-63 Fred Hetzel, Davidson 1963-64 Fred Hetzel, Davidson 1964-65 Fred Hetzel, Davidson 1965-66 Dick Snyder, Davidson 1966-67 Johnny Moates, Richmond 1967-68 Bob Sherwood, William & Mary 1968-69 Bob Tallent, George Washington 1969-70 Mike Tallent, George Washington 1970-71 Tom Jasper, William & Mary 1971-72 Russ Hunt, Furman 1972-73 Aron Stewart, Richmond 1973-74 Aron Stewart, Richmond 1974-75 Bob McCurdy, Richmond * 1975-76 Ray Miller, Furman 1976-77 Bruce Grimm, Furman 1977-78 Ron Carter, VMI 1978-79 John Gerdy, Davidson 1979-80 Greg Dennis, Western Carolina 1980-81 Mel Daniel, Furman 1981-82 Ronnie Carr, Western Carolina 1982-83 Willie White, Chattanooga 1983-84 Regan Truesdale, The Citadel 1984-85 Regan Truesdale, The Citadel 1985-86 Gay Elmore, VMI 1986-87 Gay Elmore, VMI 1987-88 Skip Henderson, Marshall 1988-89 John Taft, Marshall 1989-90 John Taft, Marshall 1990-91 John Taft, Marshall 1991-92 Terry Boyd, Western Carolina 1992-93 Billy Ross, Appalachian State 1993-94 Frankie King, Western Carolina 1994-95 Frankie King, Western Carolina 1995-96 Anquell McCollum, Western Carolina 1996-97 John Brannen, Marshall 1997-98 Greg Stephens, ETSU 1998-99 Jason Bell, VMI 1999-00 Jarvis Hayes, Western Carolina 2000-01 Ian Chadwick, Wofford 2001-02 Jason Conley, VMI * 2002-03 Kevin Martin, Western Carolina 2003-04 Kevin Martin, Western Carolina 2004-05 Tim Smith, ETSU 2005-06 Elton Nesbitt, Georgia Southern 2006-07 Stephen Curry, Davidson 2007-08 Stephen Curry, Davidson 2008-09 Stephen Curry, Davidson * 2009-10 Donald Sims, Appalachian State 2010-11 Andrew Goudelock, College of Charleston 2011-12 Trevis Simpson, UNCG 2012-13 Trevis Simpson, UNCG 2013-14 Jelani Hewitt, Georgia Southern 2014-15 Jalen Riley, ETSU 2015-16 QJ Peterson, VMI 2016-17 QJ Peterson, VMI * - NCAA scoring leader FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE Year 1953-54 Joe Holup, George Washington 1954-55 Joe Holup, George Washington 1955-56 Joe Holup, George Washington

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Pts. 1,209 897 946 671 393 903 908 575 728 634 709 689 753 574 518 686 489 472 582 545 663 855 584 503 736 721 574 528 494 553 617 624 637 713 804 375 584 764 525 683 752 743 751 605 447 492 479 509 820 546 673 645 651 730 931 974 754 877 550 541 660 587 595 589

Avg. 41.7 35.9 33.8 23.1 20.7 26.6 29.3 24.0 26.9 23.5 27.3 26.5 26.9 25.0 22.5 29.8 21.3 18.9 23.3 30.3 26.5 32.9 21.6 24.0 26.3 26.7 21.3 22.0 19.0 18.4 22.0 21.5 22.8 25.5 25.1 26.0 23.4 27.3 22.8 24.4 26.9 26.5 25.0 20.9 17.2 18.9 17.1 20.4 29.3 22.8 24.9 22.2 21.7 21.5 25.9 28.6 20.4 23.7 18.3 18.7 19.4 20.2 19.8 19.6

FGM-FGA 179-313 233-373 200-309

Pct. 57.2 59.8 64.7

Western Carolina’s Anquell McCollum led the league in scoring in 1995-96 with 25.0 points per game. Now an assistant coach for Catamounts, McCollum was named the SoCon’s player of the year in 1996 by both the coaches and media.

1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93

Bob Hoitsman, William & Mary Howard McDonald, George Washington Dag Wilson, Furman Chuck Sanders, William & Mary Bobby Pinson, Furman Keith Stowers, The Citadel Fred Hetzel, Davidson Terry Holland, Davidson Fred Hetzel, Davidson Bob Nugent, George Washington Dave Daugherty, William & Mary Mike Maloy, Davidson Al Kroboth, The Citadel Joe Brunson, Furman Steve Kirley, Davidson John Pecorak, Davidson Larry Horowitz, Davidson Bob McCurdy, Richmond Larry Hunt, East Carolina Dave Montgomery, VMI Dave Montgomery, VMI Rich DiBenedetto, Davidson Rick Swing, The Citadel Rich DiBenedetto, Davidson Charles Payton, Appalachian State George Singleton, Furman Troy Lee Mikell, ETSU George Singleton, Furman Skip Henderson, Marshall Calvin Cannady, ETSU Jeff Himes, Davidson Tom Curry, Marshall Sam Gibson, Appalachian State Broderick Parker, Appalachian State Rodney English, ETSU Bruce Evans, Furman Detlef Musch, Davidson

117-216 165-314 157-289 98-191 106-204 135-214 273-471 135-214 273-471 65-106 109-198 133-238 125-206 127-226 123-214 89-156 107-197 216-369 130-222 126-224 161-247 120-200 176-317 181-292 178-281 120-205 197-292 164-276 241-436 143-237 196-319 186-309 182-300 150-250 189-292 169-301 163-294

54.2 52.5 54.3 51.2 51.9 63.1 58.0 63.1 58.0 61.3 55.1 55.9 60.7 56.2 57.5 57.1 54.3 58.5 58.6 56.3 65.2 60.0 55.5 62.0 63.3 58.5 67.5 59.4 55.3 60.3 61.4 60.2 60.7 60.0 64.7 56.1 55.4


YEARLY STATISTICAL LEADERS 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

Brandon Born, Chattanooga George Spain, Davidson Kareem Livingston, Appalachian State Matt Newman, The Citadel Kareem Livingston, Appalachian State Jody Lumpkin, College of Charleston Jonas Hayes, Western Carolina Dusty Pulian, Chattanooga Kelvin Wylie, Western Carolina Johnathan Mitchell, Appalachian State Frank Bennett, Georgia Southern Kyle Hines, UNCG Charles Anderson, Chattanooga Donte Minter, Appalachian State Noah Dahlman, Wofford Noah Dahlman, Wofford Isaac Butts, Appalachian State Noah Dahlman, Wofford Isaac Butts, Appalachian State Mike Groselle, The Citadel Tim Williams, Samford Phillip Anglade, VMI RJ White, UNCG Justin Tuoyo, UTC

FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE Year 1953-54 Walter Devlin, George Washington 1954-55 Ed Harrison, Richmond 1955-56 Joe Petcavich, George Washington 1956-57 Warren Mitchell, Richmond 1957-58 Semi Mintz, Davidson 1958-59 Gene Guarilia, George Washington

57.4 67.1 56.5 51.1 62.8 60.6 62.7 72.1 57.6 62.9 59.1 62.1 62.4 64.2 60.9 60.1 60.2 61.2 64.4 57.4 60.3 60.0 61.6 64.5

FGM-FGA 5-13 8-11 33-66 45-83

Pct. 61.5 72.7 50.0 54.2

73-147 66-143 44-85 63-127 84-142 57-128 62-149 67-135 46-96 58-110 62-145 58-137 55-113 71-166 59-139 84-185 47-93 52-115 51-117 47-104 50-115 45-97 43-88 60-123 41-89 40-84 50-102 79-182 65-139 91-190 102-221

49.7 46.1 51.8 49.6 59.2 44.5 41.6 49.6 47.9 52.7 42.8 42.3 48.7 42.8 42.4 45.4 50.5 45.2 43.6 45.2 43.5 46.4 48.9 48.8 46.1 47.6 49.0 43.4 .468 .479 .462

FTM-FTA 115-141 148-180 138-166 153-185 105-119 99-119

Pct. 81.6 82.2 83.1 82.7 88.2 83.2

1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96

Tom Farrington, William & Mary Tom Conrad, Furman Bucky Keller, Virginia Tech Jerry Smith, Furman Jack Long, Virginia Tech Mark Lane, George Washington Bobby Lane, Davidson Dave Daugherty, William & Mary Bob Dennis, George Washington Bob Tallent, George Washington Steve McCammon, Furman Stan Ryfinski, Richmond George Spack, William & Mary Chuck Cordell, The Citadel Mike Arizin, William & Mary Bob McCurdy, Richmond John Lowenhaupt, William & Mary Bruce Grimm, Furman Bunny Gibson, Marshall Greg White, Marshall Randy Nesbit, The Citadel Greg Dennis, Western Carolina Greg Dennis, Western Carolina Andy Black, Appalachian State Willie White, Chattanooga Jimmy Tharpe, The Citadel Clifford Waddy, Western Carolina Robert Hill, Western Carolina Kemp Phillips, Appalachian State Ronnie Christian, Appalachian State Keith Jennings, ETSU Keith Jennings, ETSU Tim Brooks, Chattanooga Janko Narat, Davidson Chad Copeland, Chattanooga Brandon Born, Chattanooga Bobby Prince, VMI

75-87 98-118 169-206 204-238 87-103 94-106 82-92 77-88 71-81 146-164 58-72 53-64 84-100 67-75 119-143 213-276 87-110 135-159 84-89 85-95 74-80 124-146 165-189 63-78 124-143 87-101 70-78 76-89 118-142 76-86 107-122 136-152 123-141 85-98 206-230 135-155 93-111

86.2 83.1 82.0 58.7 84.5 88.7 89.1 87.5 87.7 89.0 80.6 82.8 84.0 90.5 83.2 77.2 79.1 84.9 94.4 89.5 92.5 84.9 87.3 80.8 86.7 86.1 89.7 85.4 83.1 88.4 87.7 89.5 87.2 86.7 89.6 87.1 83.8

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3-POINT FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE Year 1980-81 Todd Haynes, Davidson 1981-82 Ronnie Carr, Western Carolina 1982-83 Marc Quesenberry, ETSU 1983-84 Quentin Moore, Western Carolina 1984-85 N/A 1985-86 N/A 1986-87 Derek Rucker, Davidson 1987-88 Shawn Reid, Furman 1988-89 Keith Gray, Western Carolina 1989-90 Keith Jennings, ETSU 1990-91 Keith Jennings, ETSU 1991-92 Billy Ross, Appalachian State 1992-93 Jason Zimmerman, Davidson 1993-94 Brandon Born, Chattanooga 1994-95 Malik Hightower, Marshall 1995-96 Joe Stafford, Western Carolina 1996-97 Willie Young, Chattanooga 1997-98 Wes Moore, Chattanooga 1998-99 Alan Puckett, The Citadel 1999-00 Alan Puckett, The Citadel 2000-01 Jay Joseph, UNCG 2001-02 Peter Anderer, Davidson 2002-03 Brendan Winters, Davidson 2003-04 Bryan Richardson, Chattanooga 2004-05 Ben Earle, Furman 2005-06 Donte Gennie, Georgia Southern 2006-07 Kendall Toney, UNCG 2007-08 Ryann Abraham, Appalachian State 2008-09 Ben Drayton III, Georgia Southern 2009-10 Colby Wohlleg, Georgia Southern 2010-11 Noah States, Furman 2011-12 Drew Parker, UNCG 2012-13 Nik Cochran, Davidson 2013-14 Tanner Samson, Elon 2014-15 Eric Robertson, Chattanooga 2015-16 Fletcher Magee, Wofford 2016-17 Francis Alonso, UNCG

166-289 141-210 161-285 138-270 145-231 131-216 84-134 101-140 117-203 88-140 163-276 175-282 131-210 122-190 92-151 193-321 142-236 255-417 87-135 189-329 217-360 111-185 167-271 156-242

Davidson’s Nik Cochran led the SoCon in free-throw percentage for three straight seasons, connecting on 93.5 percent of his chances in 2012-13, good for the best mark in the league since 1977-78.

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1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

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Larry Mayo, Western Carolina Jamie Jenkins, The Citadel Jermel President, Col. of Charleston Nathan Jameson, UNCG Nathan Jameson, UNCG Ryan Lawson, ETSU Tim Parker, Chattanooga Terry Williams, Georgia Southern Tony Mitchell Eric Webb, Furman Stephen Curry, Davidson Stephen Curry, Davidson Mikko Koivisto, UNCG Donald Sims, Appalachian State Nik Cochran, Davidson Nik Cochran, Davidson Nik Cochran, Davidson Matt Van Scyoc, The Citadel Ashton Moore, The Citadel Fletcher Magee, Wofford Eric Garcia, Wofford

REBOUNDING Year 1953-54 Joe Holup, George Washington 1954-55 Joe Holup, George Washington 1955-56 Joe Holup, George Washington 1956-57 Gene Guarilia, George Washington 1957-58 Roy Lange, William & Mary 1958-59 Chris Smith, Virginia Tech 1959-60 Jeff Cohen, William & Mary 1960-61 Jeff Cohen, William & Mary 1961-62 Gerald Glur, Furman 1962-63 Kirk Gooding, William & Mary 1963-64 Joe Adamitis, George Washington 1964-65 Fred Hetzel, Davidson 1965-66 Ben Pomeroy, William & Mary 1966-67 Steve Powers, VMI 1967-68 Steve Powers, VMI 1968-69 Joe Brunson, Furman 1969-70 Joe Brunson, Furman 1970-71 Al Faber, East Carolina 1971-72 Al Faber, East Carolina 1972-73 Aron Stewart, Richmond 1973-74 Clyde Mayes, Furman 1974-75 Clyde Mayes, Furman 1975-76 Jim Strickland, Furman 1976-77 Jonathan Moore, Furman 1977-78 Tony Searcy, Appalachian State 1978-79 Mel Hubbard, Appalachian State 1979-80 Kenny Trimier, Western Carolina 1980-81 Charles Payton, Appalachian State 1981-82 Andre Motley, ETSU 1982-83 Winfred King, ETSU 1983-84 Dale Roberts, Appalachian State 1984-85 Clifford Morgan, Chattanooga 1985-86 Rodney Holden, Marshall 1986-87 Rodney Holden, Marshall 1987-88 Lance Fulse, Chattanooga 1988-89 Vincent Robinson, Chattanooga 1989-90 Eric Dailey, Western Carolina 1990-91 Keith Nelson, Chattanooga 1991-92 Keith Nelson, Chattanooga 1992-93 Chad McClendon, Appalachian State 1993-94 Brian Edwards, Furman 1994-95 Chad McClendon, Appalachian State 1995-96 Brent Conley, VMI 1996-97 Chuck Vincent, Furman 1997-98 Reggie Todd, ETSU 1998-99 Daniel Quigley, Furman 1999-00 Demetrius Cherry, UNCG 2000-01 Eric Mann, VMI 2001-02 Zakee Wadood, ETSU

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75-89 70-86 94-105 72-82 77-86 68-73 78-85 81-90 76-90 74-86 124-145 135-151 65-73 175-184 89-101 124-140 116-124 117-136 116-135 86-93 128-139

84.3 81.4 89.5 87.8 89.5 93.2 91.8 90.0 84.4 86.0 85.5 89.4 89.0 95.1 88.1 88.6 93.5 86.0 85.9 92.5 92.1

No. 484 546 604 447 371 429 471 424 488 302 417 384 300 318 275 322 383 288 248 209 402 325 301 314 359 291 276 309 234 257 249 285 260 238 300 247 270 264 259 235 290 293 236 263 206 250 262 294 258

Avg. 18.6 18.2 23.3 18.6 12.8 20.4 18.1 17.7 18.1 15.1 16.0 14.8 12.5 15.1 13.8 15.3 16.0 12.0 10.3 11.6 13.0 13.5 11.1 11.2 12.8 10.0 10.2 10.7 8.7 10.2 8.6 8.9 8.7 8.8 9.1 9.2 9.6 9.1 9.3 8.4 10.4 10.1 8.4 9.7 8.6 8.9 9.4 10.5 9.2

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

Conor Grace, Davidson Zakee Wadood, ETSU Dillion Sneed, ETSU Kyle Hines, UNCG Kyle Hines, UNCG Kyle Hines, UNCG Andrew Lovedale, Davidson Ben Stywall, UNCG Tim Johnson, Wofford Mike Groselle, The Citadel Adjehi Baru, College of Charleston Z. Mason, Chattanooga Kris Acox, Furman Stephon Jelks, Mercer Wyatt Walker, Samford

233 263 275 247 260 281 306 323 288 288 292 300 241 284 329

8.6 8.0 9.5 8.2 9.0 9.1 8.7 10.4 8.5 9.6 8.3 9.7 7.5 8.4 9.7

ASSISTS Year 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95

Greg White, Marshall Kevin Young, Western Carolina Greg White, Marshall Sam Henry, Marshall Sam Henry, Marshall Quentin Moore, Western Carolina Mike Huffman, VMI Jimmy Tharpe, The Citadel Spotlight Walker, Western Carolina Keith Jennings, ETSU Keith Jennings, ETSU Keith Jennings, ETSU Keith Jennings, ETSU Tim Brooks, Chattanooga Tim Brooks, Chattanooga Gary Robb, Chattanooga Bobby Prince, VMI

No. 168 159 171 190 157 146 164 179 177 183 202 297 301 205 209 158 173

Avg. 6.2 5.9 6.1 7.0 5.8 5.2 5.5 6.4 6.1 6.3 6.5 8.7 9.1 6.8 6.3 5.3 6.4

VMI’s Eric Mann led the SoCon in 2000-01 with 10.5 rebounds per game, the best mark in the league in 21 years.


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1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

Jason Williams, Marshall Ali Ton, Davidson Ali Ton, Davidson Ali Ton, Davidson Casey Rogers, Western Carolina Sean Peterson, Georgia Southern Guilherme Da Luz, Furman Richard Little, VMI Terry Williams, Georgia Southern Kenny Grant, Davidson Kenny Grant, Davidson Jason Richards, Davidson Jason Richards, Davidson Stephen Curry, Davidson Willie Powers, Georgia Southern Chris Long, Elon Keegan Bell, Chattanooga Marshall Harris III, The Citadel Trey Sumler, Western Carolina Phillip Leonard, Mercer P.J. Boute, The Citadel Eric Garcia, Wofford

BLOCKED SHOTS Year 1985-86 Calvin Cannady, ETSU 1986-87 Tom Curry, Marshall 1987-88 Tom Curry, Marshall 1988-89 Omar Roland, Marshall 1989-90 Omar Roland, Marshall 1990-91 Lewis Preston, VMI 1991-92 Lewis Preston, VM 1992-93 Ricky Nedd, Appalachian State 1993-94 Ricky Nedd, Appalachian State 1994-95 Roger Smith, Chattanooga 1995-96 Kirill Misyuchenko, The Citadel 1996-97 Kirill Misyuchenko, The Citadel 1997-98 Kirill Misyuchenko, The Citadel

178 190 193 190 213 187 206 216 158 178 208 249 293 189 175 188 197 155 138 158 175 226

6.4 6.8 6.4 7.6 7.6 6.2 6.7 7.2 5.5 5.6 6.7 7.3 8.1 5.6 5.5 6.1 6.2 5.2 4.3 4.5 5.6 6.8

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Avg. 1.4 0.9 1.8 1.8 3.6 2.3 2.4 2.4 2.0 2.1 2.6 3.1 2.6

Otis Donald, Chattanooga Jody Lumpkin, College of Charleston Rans Brempong, Western Carolina Neil Ashby, Chattanooga Rans Brempong, Western Carolina Mike Benton, College of Charleston Kyle Hines, UNCG Kyle Hines, UNCG Kyle Hines, UNCG Kyle Hines, UNCG Damian Eargle, UNCG Rory Spencer, Georgia Southern Jake Cohen, Davidson Jake Cohen, Davidson Lucas Troutman, Elon Z. Mason, Chattanooga Justin Tuoyo, Chattanooga Justin Tuoyo, Chattanooga Justin Tuoyo, Chattanooga

66 93 93 89 65 82 106 84 64 95 57 62 49 55 64 92 104 77 89

2.4 3.1 3.0 3.1 2.5 2.8 3.5 2.8 2.2 3.1 2.0 1.9 1.5 1.7 2.1 3.0 3.3 2.3 2.9

STEALS Year 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

Derek Rucker, Davidson Ace Tanner, Davidson Keith Jennings, ETSU Keith Jennings, ETSU Rodney Peel, Appalachian State Keith Jennings, ETSU Tim Brooks, Chattanooga Tyrone Phillips, Marshall Trazel Silvers, ETSU Chad Leonard, The Citadel Sidney Coles, Marshall Sidney Coles, Marshall Jason Bell, VMI Jason Bell, VMI Tyson Patterson, Appalachian State Courtney Eldridge, UNCG Jason Conley, VMI Zakee Wadood, ETSU Zakee Wadood, ETSU D.J. Thompson, Appalachian State Ricky Hickman, UNCG D.J. Thompson, Appalachian State Brigham Waginger, Western Carolina Brigham Waginger, Western Carolina Brigham Waginger, Western Carolina Mike Williams, Western Carolina Andrew Lawrence, College of Charleston Karl Cochran, Wofford Jelani Hewitt, Georgia Southern James Sinclair, Western Carolina Justin Browning, Western Carolina Preston Parks, The Citadel

No. 67 60 75 66 75 109 83 65 77 68 70 70 67 77 87 82 82 93 92 81 77 85 69 81 90 67 58 63 75 67 73 60

Avg. 2.2 2.0 2.6 2.1 2.5 3.3 2.8 2.5 2.6 2.5 2.7 2.5 2.9 3.0 2.7 2.7 2.9 3.2 2.8 2.7 2.8 2.6 2.2 2.6 2.6 2.0 1.9 2.0 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.0

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UNCG’s Kyle Hines led the SoCon in blocked shots all four seasons of his career (2004-08). Hines was also the league’s rebounding champion during his final three years.

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Coaches Player of the Year 1989-90 – Keith Jennings, ETSU 1990-91 – Keith Jennings, ETSU 1991-92 – Keith Nelson, Chattanooga 1992-93 – Tim Brooks, Chattanooga 1993-94 – Chad Copeland, Chattanooga 1994-95 – Frankie King, Western Carolina 1995-96 – Anquell McCollum, Western Carolina 1996-97 – Johnny Taylor, Chattanooga 1997-98 – Bobby Phillips, Western Carolina 1998-99 – Sedric Webber, College of Charleston 1999-00 – Tyson Patterson, Appalachian State 2000-01 – Jody Lumpkin, College of Charleston 2001-02 – Dimeco Childress, ETSU 2002-03 – Troy Wheless, College of Charleston 2003-04 – Zakee Wadood, ETSU 2004-05 – Brendan Winters, Davidson 2005-06 – Elton Nesbitt, Georgia Southern 2006-07 – Kyle Hines, UNCG 2007-08 – Stephen Curry, Davidson 2008-09 – Stephen Curry, Davidson 2009-10 – Noah Dahlman, Wofford 2010-11 – Andrew Goudelock, Coll. of Charleston 2011-12 – De’Mon Brooks, Davidson 2012-13 – Jake Cohen, Davidson 2013-14 – De’Mon Brooks, Davidson 2014-15 – Karl Cochran, Wofford 2015-16 – Stephen Croone, Furman 2016-17 – Devin Sibley, Furman Media Player of the Year (The Malcolm U. Pitt Award) The Southern Conference media Player of the Year award is named after Malcolm U. Pitt, who served as director of athletics at Richmond for 25 years before retiring in 1967. Pitt also coached football, track, basketball and baseball at Richmond, the latter for 35 years. He is a member of the American Association of College Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame and the Helms Athletic Foundation Hall of Fame. 1951-52 – Dick Groat, Duke 1952-53 – Frank Selvy, Furman 1953-54 – Frank Selvy, Furman 1954-55 – Darrell Floyd, Furman 1955-56 – Darrell Floyd, Furman 1956-57 – Rod Hundley, West Virginia 1957-58 – Dom Flora, Washington & Lee 1958-59 – Jerry West, West Virginia 1959-60 – Jerry West, West Virginia 1960-61 – Jeff Cohen, William & Mary 1961-62 – Rod Thorn, West Virginia 1962-63 – Fred Hetzel, Davidson 1963-64 – Fred Hetzel, Davidson 1964-65 – Fred Hetzel, Davidson 1965-66 – Dick Snyder, Davidson 1966-67 – Johnny Moates, Richmond 1967-68 – Ron Williams, West Virginia 1968-69 – Mike Maloy, Davidson 1969-70 – Mike Maloy, Davidson 1970-71 – Jim Gregory, East Carolina Tim Jasper, William & Mary 1971-72 – Russ Hunt, Furman 1972-73 – Aron Stewart, Richmond 1973-74 – Clyde Mayes, Furman 1974-75 – Clyde Mayes, Furman 1975-76 – Rodney McKeever, The Citadel 1976-77 – Ron Carter, VMI 1977-78 – Ron Carter, VMI 1978-79 – Jonathan Moore, Furman 1979-80 – Jonathan Moore, Furman 1980-81 – Charles Payton, Appalachian State 1981-82 – Willie White, Chattanooga

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2001-02 – Jason Conley, VMI 2002-03 – Troy Wheless, College of Charleston 2003-04 – Zakee Wadood, ETSU 2004-05 – Brendan Winters, Davidson 2005-06 – Elton Nesbitt, Georgia Southern 2006-07 – Kyle Hines, UNCG 2007-08 – Stephen Curry, Davidson 2008-09 – Stephen Curry, Davidson 2009-10 – Donald Sims, Appalachian State 2010-11 – Andrew Goudelock, Coll. of Charleston 2011-12 – Jake Cohen, Davidson 2012-13 – Jake Cohen, Davidson 2013-14 – De’Mon Brooks, Davidson 2014-15 – Karl Cochran, Wofford 2015-16 – Stephen Croone, Furman 2016-17 – Devin Sibley, Furman Coaches Freshman of the Year 1992-93 – Bill Harder, Furman 1993-94 – Lonnie Edwards, Georgia Southern 1994-95 – Chuck Vincent, Furman 1995-96 – Brent Conley, VMI 1996-97 – Landry Kosmalski, Davidson 1997-98 – Ian Chadwick, Wofford 1998-99 – Casey Rogers, Western Carolina 1999-00 – Jarvis Hayes, Western Carolina 2000-01 – Jay Joseph, UNCG 2001-02 – Jason Conley, VMI 2002-03 – Tim Smith, ETSU 2003-04 – Quan Prowell, Furman 2004-05 – Kyle Hines, UNCG 2005-06 – Jermaine Johnson, Coll. of Charleston 2006-07 – Stephen Curry, Davidson 2007-08 – Cameron Wells, The Citadel 2008-09 – Harouna Mutombo, Western Carolina 2009-10 – JP Kuhlman, Davidson 2010-11 – Trey Sumler, Western Carolina 2011-12 – Karl Cochran, Wofford 2012-13 – Tim Williams, Samford 2013-14 – Tevon Saddler, UNCG 2014-15 – Devin Sibley, Furman 2015-16 – Fletcher Magee, Wofford 2016-17 – Preston Parks, The Citadel

Davidson’s Fred Hetzel is the only three-time winner of the Malcolm U. Pitt Award (Media Player of the Year).

1982-83 – Troy Lee Mikell, ETSU 1983-84 – Regan Truesdale, The Citadel 1984-85 – Regan Truesdale, The Citadel 1985-86 – Gay Elmore, VMI 1986-87 – Gay Elmore, VMI 1987-88 – Skip Henderson, Marshall 1988-89 – John Taft, Marshall 1989-90 – John Taft, Marshall 1990-91 – Keith Jennings, ETSU 1991-92 – Terry Boyd, Western Carolina 1992-93 – Tim Brooks, Chattanooga 1993-94 – Frankie King, Western Carolina 1994-95 – Frankie King, Western Carolina 1995-96 – Anquell McCollum, Western Carolina 1996-97 – Johnny Taylor, Chattanooga 1997-98 – Chuck Vincent, Furman 1998-99 – Sedric Webber, College of Charleston 1999-00 – Tyson Patterson, Appalachian State 2000-01 – Jody Lumpkin, College of Charleston

Media Freshman of the Year The Southern Conference Freshman of the Year award was introduced in the 1978-79 season with voting handled by the sports information directors of the league’s schools. In 1979-80, the voting was turned over to the Southern Conference Sports Media Association. 1978-79 – Jamie Hall, Davidson 1979-80 – Troy Lee Mikell, ETSU 1980-81 – George Singleton, Furman 1981-82 – Mark Vest, VMI 1982-83 – Mike Huffman, VMI 1983-84 – Gay Elmore, VMI 1984-85 – Skip Henderson, Marshall 1985-86 – Darren McDonald, VMI 1986-87 – Renard Johnson, VMI 1987-88 – Greg Dennis, ETSU 1988-89 – Bruce Evans, Furman 1989-90 – Derek Waugh, Furman 1990-91 – Carey Rich, Western Carolina 1991-92 – Malik Hightower, Marshall 1992-93 – Bill Harder, Furman 1993-94 – Lonnie Edwards, Georgia Southern 1994-95 – Chuck Vincent, Furman 1995-96 – Brent Conley, VMI 1996-97 – Landry Kosmalski, Davidson 1997-98 – Ian Chadwick, Wofford 1998-99 – Casey Rogers, Western Carolina


YEARLY BASKETBALL AWARDS 1999-00 – Jarvis Hayes, Western Carolina 2000-01 – Jay Joseph, UNCG 2001-02 – Jason Conley, VMI 2002-03 – Tim Smith, ETSU 2003-04 – Quan Prowell, Furman 2004-05 – Kyle Hines, UNCG 2005-06 – Jermaine Johnson, Coll. of Charleston 2006-07 – Stephen Curry, Davidson 2007-08 – Cameron Wells, The Citadel 2008-09 – Harouna Mutombo, Western Carolina 2009-10 – Jake Cohen, Davidson 2010-11 – Trey Sumler, Western Carolina 2011-12 – Karl Cochran, Wofford 2012-13 – Tim Williams, Samford 2013-14 – Isaiah Williams, Samford 2014-15 – Devin Sibley, Furman 2015-16 – Fletcher Magee, Wofford 2016-17 – Preston Parks, The Citadel

Media Coach of the Year (The Anton Foy Award) The media Coach of the Year award is named after Anton Foy, the late editor of the Greenville (S.C.) Piedmont. The Furman graduate passed away in 1958 at the age of 38. 1946-47 – Everett Case, North Carolina State 1947-48 – Gerry Gerard, Duke 1948-49 – Everett Case, North Carolina State 1949-50 – Gerry Gerard, Duke 1950-51 – Everett Case, North Carolina State 1951-52 – Red Brown, West Virginia 1952-53 – Murray Greason, Wake Forest 1953-54 – Bill Reinhart, George Washington 1954-55 – Freddie Schaus, West Virginia 1955-56 – Chuck Noe, Virginia Tech 1956-57 – Norm Sloan, The Citadel 1957-58 – Fred Schaus, West Virginia 1958-59 – Fred Schaus, West Virginia 1959-60 – Fred Schaus, West Virginia 1960-61 – George King, West Virginia 1961-62 – Chuck Noe, Virginia Tech 1962-63 – Lefty Driesell, Davidson 1963-64 – Lefty Driesell, Davidson

College of Charleston head coach Bobby Cremins earned his fourth Anton Foy Award in 2010-11 but first in 30 seasons. He won the award three times as Appalachian State’s coach (1975-76, 1977-78 and 1980-81).

1964-65 – Lefty Driesell, Davidson 1965-66 – Lefty Driesell, Davidson 1966-67 – Bucky Waters, West Virginia 1967-68 – Lewis Mills, Richmond 1968-69 – Tom Quinn, East Carolina 1969-70 – Terry Holland, Davidson 1970-71 – Terry Holland, Davidson 1971-72 – Terry Holland, Davidson 1972-73 – Joe Williams, Furman 1973-74 – Lewis Mills, Richmond 1974-75 – Dave Patton, East Carolina 1975-76 – Bobby Cremins, Appalachian State 1976-77 – Charlie Schmaus, VMI 1977-78 – Bobby Cremins, Appalachian State 1978-79 – Les Robinson, The Citadel 1979-80 – Steve Cottrell, Western Carolina 1980-81 – Bobby Cremins, Appalachian State 1981-82 – Murray Arnold, Chattanooga 1982-83 – Murray Arnold, Chattanooga 1983-84 – Rick Huckabay, Marshall 1984-85 – Marty Fletcher, VMI 1985-86 – Mack McCarthy, Chattanooga 1986-87 – Butch Estes, Furman 1987-88 – Tom Apke, Appalachian State 1988-89 – Randy Nesbit, The Citadel 1989-90 – Les Robinson, ETSU 1990-91 – Butch Estes, Furman 1991-92 – Mack McCarthy, Chattanooga 1992-93 – Mack McCarthy, Chattanooga 1993-94 – Bob McKillop, Davidson 1994-95 – Billy Donovan, Marshall 1995-96 – Bob McKillop, Davidson 1996-97 – Greg White, Marshall 1997-98 – Buzz Peterson, Appalachian State 1998-99 – John Kresse, College of Charleston 1999-00 – Jeff Price, Georgia Southern 2000-01 – Ed DeChellis, ETSU 2001-02 – Bob McKillop, Davidson 2002-03 – Houston Fancher, Appalachian State 2003-04 – Murry Bartow, ETSU

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Coaches Coach of the Year 1988-89 – Randy Nesbit, The Citadel 1989-90 – Dana Altman, Marshall Les Robinson, ETSU 1990-91 – Butch Estes, Furman 1991-92 – Mack McCarthy, Chattanooga 1992-93 – Mack McCarthy, Chattanooga 1993-94 – Bob McKillop, Davidson 1994-95 – Bart Bellairs, VMI 1995-96 – Bob McKillop, Davidson 1996-97 – Bob McKillop, Davidson 1997-98 – Buzz Peterson, Appalachian State 1998-99 – John Kresse, College of Charleston 1999-00 – Buzz Peterson, Appalachian State 2000-01 – Ed DeChellis, ETSU 2001-02 – Ed DeChellis, ETSU 2002-03 – Houston Fancher, Appalachian State 2003-04 – Murry Bartow, ETSU 2004-05 – Bob McKillop, Davidson 2005-06 – Ernie Nestor, Elon 2006-07 – Bob McKillop, Davidson 2007-08 – Bob McKillop, Davidson 2008-09 – Ed Conroy, The Citadel 2009-10 – Mike Young, Wofford 2010-11 – Bobby Cremins, College of Charleston 2011-12 – Bob McKillop, Davidson 2012-13 – Bob McKillop, Davidson 2013-14 – Mike Young, Wofford 2014-15 – Mike Young, Wofford 2015-16 – Matt McCall, Chattanooga 2016-17 – Niko Medved, Furman

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YEARLY BASKETBALL AWARDS 2004-05 – Bob McKillop, Davidson 2005-06 – Ernie Nestor, Elon 2006-07 – Bob McKillop, Davidson 2007-08 – Bob McKillop, Davidson 2008-09 – Ed Conroy, The Citadel 2009-10 – Mike Young, Wofford 2010-11 – Bobby Cremins, College of Charleston 2011-12 – Wes Miller, UNCG 2012-13 – Matt Matheny, Elon 2013-14 – Will Wade, Chattanooga 2014-15 – Mike Young, Wofford 2015-16 – Matt McCall, Chattanooga 2016-17 – Niko Medved, Furman Defensive Player of the Year 2008-09 – Max Paulhus Gosselin, Davidson 2009-10 – Jeremy Simmons, College of Charleston Brigham Waginger, Western Carolina 2010-11 – Richie Gordon, Western Carolina 2011-12 – Brad Loesing, Wofford 2012-13 – Nathan Healy, Appalachian State 2013-14 – Z. Mason, Chattanooga 2014-15 – Justin Tuoyo, Chattanooga 2015-16 – Justin Tuoyo, Chattanooga 2016-17 – Justin Tuoyo, Chattanooga

1994 – Chad Copeland, Chattanooga 1995 – Frankie King, Western Carolina 1996 – Anquell McCollum, Western Carolina 1997 – John Brannen, Marshall 1998 – Ben Ebong, Davidson 1999 – Marshall Phillips, Appalachian State 2000 – Tyson Patterson, Appalachian State 2001 – Toot Young, Chattanooga 2002 – Peter Anderer, Davidson 2003 – Tim Smith, ETSU 2004 – Tim Smith, ETSU 2005 – Mindaugas Katelynas, Chattanooga 2006 – Brendan Winters, Davidson 2007 – Stephen Curry, Davidson 2008 – Stephen Curry, Davidson* 2009 – Stephen McDowell, Chattanooga 2010 – Noah Dahlman, Wofford 2011 – Noah Dahlman, Wofford 2012 – De’Mon Brooks, Davidson 2013 – De’Mon Brooks, Davidson 2014 – Karl Cochran, Wofford 2015 – Lee Skinner, Wofford 2016 – Greg Pryor, Chattanooga 2017 – T.J. Cromer, ETSU

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Tournament Most Outstanding Player 1948 – Jere Bunting, William & Mary 1949 – Chet Giermak, William & Mary 1950 – Sam Ranzino, North Carolina State 1951 – Dick Groat, Duke 1952 – Dick Groat, Duke 1953 – Gene Shue, Maryland 1954 – Joe Holup, George Washington 1955 – Rod Hundley, West Virginia 1956 – Rod Hundley, West Virginia 1957 – Lloyd Sharrar, West Virginia 1958 – Jerry West, West Virginia 1959 – Jerry West, West Virginia 1960 – Jerry West, West Virginia 1961 – Jon Feldman, George Washington 1962 – Rod Thorn, West Virginia 1963 – Rod Thorn, West Virginia 1964 – Fred Hetzel, Davidson 1965 – Fred Hetzel, Davidson 1966 – Dick Snyder, Davidson 1967 – Johnny Moates, Richmond 1968 – Mike Maloy, Davidson 1969 – Doug Cook, Davidson 1970 – Doug Cook, Davidson 1971 – Jerry Martin, Furman 1972 – Roy Simpson, Furman 1973 – Clyde Mayes, Furman 1974 – Aron Stewart, Richmond 1975 – Clyde Mayes, Furman 1976 – Ron Carter, VMI 1977 – Dave Montgomery, VMI 1978 – Jonathan Moore, Furman 1979 – Darryl Robinson, Appalachian State 1980 – Jonathan Moore, Furman 1981 – Nick Morken, Chattanooga 1982 – Russ Schoene, Chattanooga 1983 – Willie White, Chattanooga 1984 – LaVerne Evans, Marshall 1985 – Gay Elmore, VMI 1986 – Gerry Born, Davidson 1987 – Derek Rucker, Davidson 1988 – Benny Green, Chattanooga 1989 – John Taft, Marshall 1990 – Keith Jennings, ETSU 1991 – Keith Jennings, ETSU 1992 – Greg Dennis, ETSU 1993 – Tim Brooks, Chattanooga

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ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS 1946-47 First Team Ed Bartels, North Carolina State Bill Cantwell, George Washington Buddy Cheek, Davidson Dick Dickey, North Carolina State Bob Paxton, North Carolina

1952-53 First Team Dickie Hemric, Wake Forest Joe Holup, George Washington Frank Selvy, Furman Jim Sottille, West Virginia Bobby Speight, North Carolina State

Second Team Ben Collins, Duke Chet Giermak, William & Mary Leo Katkaveck, North Carolina State Norman Kohler, North Carolina Jack McComas, North Carolina State

Second Team Bill Chambers, William & Mary Nield Gordon, Furman Gene Shue, Maryland Mel Thompson, North Carolina State Jack Williams, Wake Forest

1960-61 First Team Jeff Cohen, William & Mary Gary Daniels, The Citadel Chris Smith, Virginia Tech Jerry Smith, Furman Rod Thorn, West Virginia

1948-49 First Team Coy Carson, North Carolina Dick Dickey, North Carolina State Chet Giermak, William & Mary Sam Ranzino, North Carolina State Corren Youmans, Duke

1953-54 Walter Devlin, George Washington Ralph Holmes, West Virginia Joe Holup, George Washington Warren Mills, Richmond Frank Selvy, Furman

Second Team Jon Feldman, George Washington Norm Halberstadt, VMI Danny Higgins, Richmond Bucky Keller, Virginia Tech Lee Patrone, West Virginia

1954-55 Walter Devlin, George Washington Darrell Floyd, Furman Joe Holup, George Washington Rod Hundley, West Virginia Warren Mills, Richmond

1961-62 First Team Gary Daniels, The Citadel Bucky Keller, Virginia Tech Howard Pardue, Virginia Tech Jerry Smith, Furman Rod Thorn, West Virginia

Second Team Vic Bubas, Duke Buddy Cheek, Davidson Tommy Hughes, Duke Maynard Haithcock, G. Washington Stan Najeway, Wake Forest

Second Team Dick Groat, Duke Hugo Kappler, North Carolina John Moffatt, George Washington Nemo Nearman, North Carolina Stan Najeway, Wake Forest 1950-51 First Team Dick Groat, Duke Jay Handlan, Washington & Lee Sam Ranzino, North Carolina State Jim Slaughter, South Carolina Mark Workman, West Virginia Second Team Vic Bubas, North Carolina State Paul Horvath, North Carolina State Perry Lewis, William & Mary Ed McMillan, William & Mary Tex Tilson, Virginia Tech 1951-52 First Team Dick Groat, Duke Dickie Hemric, Wake Forest Frank Selvy, Furman Lee Terrill, North Carolina State Mark Workman, West Virginia Second Team Bill Chambers, William & Mary Jay Handlan, Washington & Lee Dwane Morrison, South Carolina Johnny Snee, Clemson Bobby Speight, North Carolina State

1955-56 Darrell Floyd, Furman Ed Harrison, Richmond Joe Holup, George Washington Rod Hundley, West Virginia Bill Matthews, Virginia Tech 1956-57 Dom Flora, Washington & Lee Rod Hundley, West Virginia Lee Marshall, Washington & Lee Lloyd Sharrar, West Virginia Dick Wright, Furman 1957-58 First Team Dom Flora, Washington & Lee Gene Guarilia, George Washington Roy Lange, William & Mary Lloyd Sharrar, West Virginia Jerry West, West Virginia Second Team Bob Ayersman, Virginia Tech Howard McDonald, George Washington Art Musselman, The Citadel Don Vincent, West Virginia Dick Wright, Furman 1958-59 First Team Bob Ayersman, Virginia Tech Roy Lange, William & Mary Howard McDonald, George Washington Chris Smith, Virginia Tech Jerry West, West Virginia Second Team Jeff Cohen, William & Mary Bob Smith, West Virginia Bill Telasky, George Washington Theryl Willis, Richmond Dick Wright, Furman 1959-60 First Team Bob Ayersman, Virginia Tech Jeff Cohen, William & Mary Lee Patrone, West Virginia Chris Smith, Virginia Tech Jerry West, West Virginia

Second Team Jon Feldman, George Washington Gerald Glur, Furman Norm Halberstadt, VMI Bill Jarman, Davidson Jim McCormick, West Virginia 1962-63 First Team Gerald Glur, Furman Fred Hetzel, Davidson Howard Pardue, Virginia Tech Jerry Smith, Furman Rod Thorn, West Virginia Second Team Roger Bergey, William & Mary Bill Blair, VMI Bill Jarman, Davidson Jim McCormick, West Virginia Lee Melear, Virginia Tech 1963-64 First Team Bill Blair, VMI Fred Hetzel, Davidson Tom Lowry, West Virginia Howard Pardue, Virginia Tech John Telepo, Richmond Second Team Joe Adamitis, George Washington Terry Holland, Davidson Dave Hunter, William & Mary Paul Long, Virginia Tech Dick Snyder, Davidson 1964-65 First Team Fred Hetzel, Davidson Mickey McDade, Virginia Tech Charlie Schmaus, VMI Dick Snyder, Davidson Tom Tenwick, Richmond Second Team Bob Camp, West Virginia Don Davidson, Davidson Joe Kruszewski, VMI Barry Teague, Davidson John Wetzel, Virginia Tech

1965-66 First Team Johnny Moates, Richmond Ben Pomeroy, William & Mary Charlie Schmaus, VMI Dick Snyder, Davidson Ron Williams, West Virginia Second Team Herwig Baumann, The Citadel Rodney Knowles, Davidson John Lesher, West Virginia Robin Porter, VMI Don Webster, Furman Spike Welsh, Richmond 1966-67 First Team Tom Green, Richmond Carl Head, West Virginia Rodney Knowles, Davidson Johnny Moates, Richmond Ben Pomeroy, William & Mary Ron Williams, West Virginia Second Team Wayne Huckel, Davidson Joe Lalli, George Washington Steve Lawrence, Furman Ron Panneton, William & Mary Dave Reaser, West Virginia 1967-68 First Team Dick Esleeck, Furman Wilton Ford, Richmond Mike Maloy, Davidson Bob Sherwood, William & Mary Ron Williams, West Virginia Second Team Carey Bailey, West Virginia Doug Cook, Davidson Wayne Huckel, Davidson John Kemper, VMI Steve Powers, VMI 1968-69 First Team Dick Esleeck, Furman Kenny Foster, Richmond Jerry Kroll, Davidson Mike Maloy, Davidson Bob Tallent, George Washington

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1949-50 First Team Vic Bubas, North Carolina State Dick Dickey, North Carolina State Chet Giermak, William & Mary Sam Ranzino, North Carolina State Jim Slaughter, South Carolina

Second Team Jon Feldman, George Washington Norm Halberstadt, VMI Lewis Mills, Virginia Tech Art Musselman, The Citadel Bev Vaughan, William & Mary

Second Team Doug Cook, Davidson Richard Keir, East Carolina John Mitchell, VMI Dave Moser, Davidson Tee Hooper, The Citadel 1969-70 First Team Bryan Adrian, Davidson Doug Cook, Davidson Mike Maloy, Davidson Tom Miller, East Carolina Mike Tallent, George Washington Second Team Joe Brunson, Furman Jerry Hirsch, The Citadel Jerry Kroll, Davidson Jim Modlin, East Carolina Bob Sherwood, William & Mary

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ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS 1970-71 First Team Mike Anastasio, Richmond Jim Gregory, East Carolina Russ Hunt, Furman Tom Jasper, William & Mary Joe Sutter, Davidson

1975-76 First Team Ron Carter, VMI John Lowenhaupt, William & Mary Rodney McKeever, The Citadel Ray Miller, Furman Jim Strickland, Furman

1980-81 First Team Ronnie Carr, Western Carolina Mel Daniel, Furman Todd Haynes, Davidson Charles Payton, Appalachian State Eric Smith, Chattanooga

1985-86 First Team Gay Elmore, VMI Leroy Gasque, Western Carolina Skip Henderson, Marshall Derek Rucker, Davidson Wes Stallings, ETSU

Second Team Steve Dodge, William & Mary Jan Essenburg, VMI Al Faber, East Carolina Ben Ledbetter, The Citadel Eric Minkin, Davidson

Second Team Jeff Butler, Richmond Will Bynum, VMI Kevin Eastman, Richmond Earl Garner, East Carolina Darryl Robinson, Appalachian State Ron Satterthwaite, William & Mary

Second Team Rich DiBenedetto, Davidson Greg Dennis, Western Carolina Troy Lee Mikell, ETSU George Singleton, Furman Greg White, Marshall

Second Team Gerry Born, Davidson Calvin Cannady, ETSU Rod Davis, Appalachian State Lance Fulse, Chattanooga Carliss Jeter, Chattanooga

1981-82 First Team Ronnie Carr, Western Carolina Greg Dennis, Western Carolina Charles Payton, Appalachian State Cliff Tribus, Davidson Willie White, Chattanooga

1986-87 First Team Gay Elmore, VMI Lance Fulse, Chattanooga Skip Henderson, Marshall Rodney Holden, Marshall Derek Rucker, Davidson

Second Team Mel Daniel, Furman Troy Lee Mikell, ETSU Nick Morken, Chattanooga Russ Schoene, Chattanooga Winfred Reid, ETSU

Second Team Craig Burgess, The Citadel Tom Curry, Marshall Jeff Himes, Davidson James Hunter, Chattanooga Dwayne Lewis, Marshall

1982-83 First Team Troy Lee Mikell, ETSU George Singleton, Furman Kenny Trimier, Western Carolina Willie White, Chattanooga Kenny Wilson, Davidson

1987-88 First Team John Castile, Furman Tom Curry, Marshall Skip Henderson, Marshall Jeff Himes, Davidson Derek Rucker, Davidson

Second Team Felipe de las Pozas, The Citadel Sam Henry, Marshall Charles Jones, Marshall Winfred King, ETSU Stanford Strickland, Chattanooga Cliff Tribus, Davidson

Second Team David Brown, Furman Greg Dennis, ETSU Lance Fulse, Chattanooga Rodney Holden, Marshall Kemp Phillips, Appalachian State

1971-72 First Team John Falconi, Davidson Russ Hunt, Furman Roy Simpson, Furman John Sutor, The Citadel Joe Sutter, Davidson

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Second Team Jim Fairley, East Carolina Steve Fishel, The Citadel Eric Minkin, Davidson Jerome Owens, East Carolina Jeff Trammell, William & Mary 1972-73 First Team John Falconi, Davidson Steve Fishel, The Citadel Fessor Leonard, Furman Clyde Mayes, Furman Aron Stewart, Richmond Second Team Mike Arizin, William & Mary Stan Davis, Appalachian State Greg Dunn, Davidson Earl Quash, East Carolina Roy Simpson, Furman 1973-74 First Team Greg Dunn, Davidson Fessor Leonard, Furman Clyde Mayes, Furman Aron Stewart, Richmond Nicky White, East Carolina Second Team Mike Arizin, William & Mary Stan Davis, Appalachian State Bob McCurdy, Richmond Rodney McKeever, The Citadel Mike Sorrentino, Davidson 1974-75 First Team Fessor Leonard, Furman Bob McCurdy, Richmond Rodney McKeever, The Citadel Clyde Mayes, Furman Ron Satterthwaite, William & Mary Second Team Gregg Ashorn, East Carolina Greg Dunn, Davidson Robert Geter, East Carolina John Krovic, VMI Craig Lynch, Furman

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1976-77 First Team Will Bynum, VMI Ron Carter, VMI John Gerdy, Davidson Bruce Grimm, Furman Jonathan Moore, Furman Second Team Larry Hunt, East Carolina John Krovic, VMI John Lowenhaupt, William & Mary Jim Strickland, Furman Rick Swing, The Citadel 1977-78 First Team Ron Carter, VMI John Gerdy, Davidson Bunny Gibson, Marshall Jonathan Moore, Furman Tony Searcy, Appalachian State Second Team Al Daniel, Furman Bruce Grimm, Furman Dave Montgomery, VMI Darryl Robinson, Appalachian State Bubba Wilson, Western Carolina 1978-79 First Team Al Daniel, Furman John Gerdy, Davidson Mel Hubbard, Appalachian State Jonathan Moore, Furman Darryl Robinson, Appalachian State Rick Swing, The Citadel Second Team Bunny Gibson, Marshall Randy Nesbit, The Citadel Keith Parker, Chattanooga Raymond Person, Western Carolina Tom Slawson, The Citadel 1979-80 First Team Rich DiBenedetto, Davidson Mel Daniel, Furman Greg Dennis, Western Carolina Andy Kolesar, VMI Jonathan Moore, Furman Second Team Randy Nesbit, The Citadel Charles Payton, Appalachian State Tom Slawson, The Citadel Kenny Trimier, Western Carolina Greg White, Marshall

1983-84 First Team LaVerne Evans, Marshall George Singleton, Furman Regan Truesdale, The Citadel Willie White, Chattanooga Kenny Wilson, Davidson Second Team Gay Elmore, VMI Quinton Lytle, Western Carolina Stanford Strickland, Chattanooga David Wade, Marshall Gerald Wilkins, Chattanooga 1984-85 First Team Gay Elmore, VMI Skip Henderson, Marshall Quinton Lytle, Western Carolina Regan Truesdale, The Citadel Gerald Wilkins, Chattanooga Second Team Glenn Clyburn, Appalachian State Noel Gilliard, Furman Clifford Morgan, Chattanooga Derek Rucker, Davidson Cedric Wins, VMI

1988-89 First Team Daren Chandler, Chattanooga Greg Dennis, ETSU Sam Gibson, Appalachian State John Taft, Marshall Ramon Williams, VMI Second Team Chris Behrends, Chattanooga Patrick Elmore, The Citadel Bennie Goettie, Western Carolina Keith Jennings, ETSU Damon Williams, VMI 1989-90 Coaches Greg Dennis, ETSU Patrick Elmore, The Citadel Bruce Evans, Furman Sam Gibson, Appalachian State Keith Jennings, ETSU Derrick Kirce, Chattanooga Omar Roland, Marshall John Taft, Marshall Calvin Talford, ETSU Damon Williams, VMI Ramon Williams, VMI


ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS 1989-90 Media First Team Greg Dennis, ETSU Patrick Elmore, The Citadel Keith Jennings, ETSU John Taft, Marshall Damon Williams, VMI Second Team Sam Gibson, Appalachian State Derrick Kirce, Chattanooga Omar Roland, Marshall Calvin Talford, ETSU Ramon Williams, VMI 1990-91 Coaches Terry Boyd, Western Carolina Bruce Evans, Furman Greg Fittz, VMI Keith Jennings, ETSU Derrick Kirce, Chattanooga Ted Mosay, The Citadel Keith Nelson, Chattanooga Steve Spurlock, Appalachian State John Taft, Marshall Calvin Talford, ETSU

Second Team Chris Bass, Furman Terry Boyd, Western Carolina Greg Fittz, VMI Steve Spurlock, Appalachian State Calvin Talford, ETSU 1991-92 Coaches Terry Boyd, Western Carolina Tim Brooks, Chattanooga Rodney English, ETSU Bruce Evans, Furman Robert Gaines, Western Carolina Hal Henderson, Furman Keith Nelson, Chattanooga Jonathan Penn, VMI Lewis Preston, VMI Steve Spurlock, Appalachian State Calvin Talford, ETSU 1991-92 Media First Team Terry Boyd, Western Carolina Tim Brooks, Chattanooga Rodney English, ETSU Keith Nelson, Chattanooga Calvin Talford, ETSU Second Team Greg Dennis, ETSU Bruce Evans, Furman Hal Henderson, Furman Jonathan Penn, VMI Lewis Preston, VMI LeVert Threats, Chattanooga

1992-93 Media First Team Tim Brooks, Chattanooga Tyrone Phillips, Marshall Billy Ross, Appalachian State Derek Waugh, Furman Charlton Young, Georgia Southern Second Team Robert Gaines, Western Carolina Jerry Pelphrey, ETSU Lewis Preston, VMI Gary Robb, Chattanooga Trazel Silvers, ETSU 1993-94 Coaches Brandon Born, Chattanooga Chad Copeland, Chattanooga Brian Edwards, Furman Reggie Jones, The Citadel Frankie King, Western Carolina Chad McClendon, Appalachian State Shawn Moore, Marshall Janko Narat, Davidson Trazel Silvers, ETSU Brandon Williams, Davidson 1993-94 Media First Team Brandon Born, Chattanooga Chad Copeland, Chattanooga Frankie King, Western Carolina Chad McClendon, Appalachian State Janko Narat, Davidson Second Team Brian Edwards, Furman Shawn Moore, Marshall Gary Robb, Chattanooga Trazel Silvers, ETSU Brandon Williams, Davidson 1994-95 Coaches Brandon Born, Chattanooga Lawrence Gullette, VMI Maurio Hanson, Chattanooga Steve Harris, Furman Frankie King, Western Carolina Chad McClendon, Appalachian State Anquell McCollum, Western Carolina Moncrief Michael, The Citadel Shawn Moore, Marshall Tony Patterson, ETSU 1994-95 Media First Team Frankie King, Western Carolina Shawn Moore, Marshall Chad McClendon, Appalachian State Brandon Born, Chattanooga Anquell McCollum, Western Carolina

Second Team Roger Smith, Chattanooga Lawrence Gullette, VMI Tony Patterson, ETSU Steve Harris, Furman Maurio Hanson, Chattanooga 1995-96 Coaches Anquell McCollum, Western Carolina Brandon Williams, Davidson Keith Veney, Marshall Lawrence Gullette, VMI Quinn Harwood, Davidson Johnny Taylor, Chattanooga Chuck Vincent, Furman Noy Castillo, The Citadel Kareem Livingston, Appalachian State John Brown, Marshall 1995-96 Media First Team Brandon Williams, Davidson Anquell McCollum, Western Carolina Johnny Taylor, Chattanooga Lawrence Gullette, VMI Quinn Harwood, Davidson Second Team Kareem Livingston, Appalachian State Keith Veney, Marshall Chris Alpert, Davidson Chuck Vincent, Furman Jason Williams, Marshall 1996-97 Coaches Johnny Taylor, Chattanooga John Brannen, Marshall Keith Veney, Marshall Junior Braswell, Appalachian State Chuck Vincent, Furman Narcisse Ewodo, Davidson Willie Young, Chattanooga Bobby Phillips, Western Carolina Darryl Faulkner, VMI Mark Donnelly, Davidson

1997-98 Media First Team Chuck Vincent, Furman Mark Donnelly, Davidson Kareem Livingston, Appalachian State Bobby Phillips, Western Carolina Darryl Faulkner, VMI Second Team Greg Stephens, ETSU Jason Bell, VMI Demetrius Cherry, UNCG David Phillips, Chattanooga Jamie Jenkins, The Citadel 1998-99 Coaches Marshall Phillips, Appalachian State Tyson Patterson, Appalachian State Sedric Webber, College of Charleston Danny Johnson, College of Charleston Landry Kosmalski, Davidson Ali Ton, Davidson Greg Stephens, ETSU Daniel Quigley, Furman Jason Bell, VMI Ian Chadwick, Wofford 1998-99 Media First Team Sedric Webber, College of Charleston Greg Stephens, ETSU Jason Bell, VMI Ian Chadwick, Wofford Marshall Phillips, Appalachian State Second Team Landry Kosmalski, Davidson Ali Ton, Davidson Jermel President, College of Charleston Danny Johnson, College of Charleston Tyson Patterson, Appalachian State 1999-00 Coaches Tyson Patterson, Appalachian State Landry Kosmalski, Davidson Ian Chadwick, Wofford Rufus Leach, Appalachian State Jody Lumpkin, College of Charleston Jeff Bolton, College of Charleston Rashun Coleman, Chattanooga Oliver Morton, Chattanooga Stephen Marshall, Davidson Demetrius Cherry, UNCG

1996-97 Media First Team Johnny Taylor, Chattanooga John Brannen, Marshall Keith Veney, Marshall Junior Braswell, Appalachian State Chuck Vincent, Furman Second Team Narcisse Ewodo, Davidson Willie Young, Chattanooga Sidney Coles, Marshall Bobby Phillips, Western Carolina Chris Mims, Chattanooga Darryl Faulkner, VMI

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1990-91 Media First Team Bruce Evans, Furman Keith Jennings, ETSU Derrick Kirce, Chattanooga Keith Nelson, Chattanooga John Taft, Marshall

1992-93 Coaches Tim Brooks, Chattanooga Robert Gaines, Western Carolina Jerry Pelphrey, ETSU Tyrone Phillips, Marshall Lewis Preston, VMI Gary Robb, Chattanooga Bill Ross, Appalachian State Trazel Silvers, ETSU Derek Waugh, Furman Charlton Young, Georgia Southern

1999-00 Media First Team Ian Chadwick, Wofford Tyson Patterson, Appalachian State Jody Lumpkin, College of Charleston Stephen Marshall, Davidson Demetrius Cherry, UNCG

1997-98 Coaches Chuck Vincent, Furman Mark Donnelly, Davidson Kareem Livingston, Appalachian State Bobby Phillips, Western Carolina Darryl Faulkner, VMI Greg Stephens, ETSU Demetrius Cherry, UNCG David Phillips, Chattanooga Jamie Jenkins, The Citadel Marshall Phillips, Appalachian State

Second Team Rufus Leach, Appalachian State Jeff Bolton, College of Charleston Rashun Coleman, Chattanooga Landry Kosmalski, Davidson Julius Jenkins, Georgia Southern Third Team Oliver Morton, Chattanooga Karim Souchu, Furman Hamp Jones, Georgia Southern Dondrell Whitmore, Western Carolina Jarvis Hayes, Western Carolina

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2000-01 Coaches Ian Chadwick, Wofford Jody Lumpkin, College of Charleston Jeff Bolton, College of Charleston Oliver Morton, Chattanooga Karim Souchu, Furman Julius Jenkins, Georgia Southern Courtney Eldridge, UNCG Eric Mann, VMI Dimeco Childress, ETSU Kashien Latham, Georgia Southern

2002-03 Coaches Graham Bunn, Appalachian State Shawn Hall, Appalachian State Ashley Champion, Chattanooga Troy Wheless, College of Charleston Wayne Bernard, Davidson Zakee Wadood, ETSU Karim Souchu, Furman Julius Jenkins, Georgia Southern Kevin Martin, Western Carolina Mike Lenzly, Wofford

2000-01 Media First Team Ian Chadwick, Wofford Jody Lumpkin, College of Charleston Eric Mann, VMI Karim Souchu, Furman Courtney Eldridge, UNCG

2002-03 Media First Team Shawn Hall, Appalachian State Troy Wheless, College of Charleston Karim Souchu, Furman Julius Jenkins, Georgia Southern Kevin Martin, Western Carolina

Second Team Jeff Bolton, College of Charleston Julius Jenkins, Georgia Southern Oliver Morton, Chattanooga Cory Largent, Western Carolina Kashien Latham, Georgia Southern

Second Team Ashley Champion, Chattanooga Wayne Bernard, Davidson Zakee Wadood, ETSU Mike Lenzly, Wofford Radee Skipworth, VMI

Third Team Dimeco Childress, ETSU Josh Shehan, Appalachian State Donald Payne, Appalachian State David Schuck, UNCG Mike Lenzly, Wofford

Third Team Graham Bunn, Appalachian State Guilherme Da Luz, Furman James Maye, UNCG Lee Nixon, Wofford Thomas Mobley, College of Charleston

College of Charleston guard Jeff Bolton earned all-conference honors three times from 1999-00 to 2001-02.

2001-02 Coaches Jeff Bolton, College of Charleston Chris Pearson, Davidson Dimeco Childress, ETSU Zakee Wadood, ETSU Guilherme Da Luz, Furman Sean Peterson, Georgia Southern Courtney Eldridge, UNCG David Schuck, UNCG Jason Conley, VMI Kevin Martin, Western Carolina

2003-04 Coaches Zakee Wadood, ETSU Tim Smith, ETSU Thomas Mobley, College of Charleston Kevin Martin, Western Carolina Brendan Winters, Davidson Ashley Champion, Chattanooga Maleye Ndoye, Furman Frank Bennett, Georgia Southern Jerald Fields, ETSU Terry Williams, Georgia Southern

2004-05 Coaches Brendan Winters, Davidson Elton Nesbitt, Georgia Southern Tim Smith, ETSU Tony Mitchell, College of Charleston Mindaugas Katelynas, Chattanooga Logan Kosmalski, Davidson Ronnie Burrell, UNCG Kyle Hines, UNCG Jean Francois, Georgia Southern Terry Williams, Georgia Southern

2005-06 Coaches D.J. Thompson, Appalachian State Dontaye Draper, College of Charleston Ian Johnson, Davidson Brendan Winters, Davidson Chris Chalko, Elon Moussa Diagne, Furman Elton Nesbitt, Georgia Southern Ricky Hickman, UNCG Kyle Hines, UNCG Howard Wilkerson, Wofford

2001-02 Media First Team Jeff Bolton, College of Charleston Dimeco Childress, ETSU Sean Peterson, Georgia Southern Courtney Eldridge, UNCG Jason Conley, VMI

2003-04 Media First Team Zakee Wadood, ETSU Kevin Martin, Western Carolina Tim Smith, ETSU Ashley Champion, Chattanooga Brendan Winters, Davidson

2004-05 Media First Team Brendan Winters, Davidson Elton Nesbitt, Georgia Southern Tim Smith, ETSU Tony Mitchell, College of Charleston Mindaugas Katelynas, Chattanooga

2005-06 Media First Team D.J. Thompson, Appalachian State Dontaye Draper, College of Charleston Brendan Winters, Davidson Elton Nesbitt, Georgia Southern Kyle Hines, UNCG

Second Team Travis Cantrell, The Citadel Chris Pearson, Davidson Zakee Wadood, ETSU David Schuck, UNCG Kevin Martin, Western Carolina

Second Team Thomas Mobley, College of Charleston Frank Bennett, Georgia Southern Jackson Atoyebi, Elon Maleye Ndoye, Furman Jerald Fields, ETSU

Second Team Logan Kosmalski, Davidson Ronnie Burrell, UNCG Jean Francois, Georgia Southern Terry Williams, Georgia Southern Tyler Berg, Wofford

Second Team Ian Johnson, College of Charleston Chris Chalko, Elon Robby Bostain, Furman Ricky Hickman, UNCG Howard Wilkerson, Wofford

Third Team Toot Young, Chattanooga Guilherme Da Luz, Furman Karim Souchu, Furman James Maye, UNCG Mike Lenzly, Wofford

Third Team Jay Joseph, UNCG Ronnie Burrell, UNCG Howard Wilkerson, Wofford Terry Williams, Georgia Southern Tony Mitchell, College of Charleston

Third Team Kyle Hines, UNCG Chris Brown, Chattanooga D.J. Thompson, Appalachian State Moussa Diagne, Furman David Berghoefer, Western Carolina

Third Team Josh Jackson, College of Charleston Kenny Grant, Davidson Moussa Diagne, Furman Louis Graham, Georgia Southern Donte Gennie, Georgia Southern Shane Nichols, Wofford

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ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS 2008-09 Coaches Kellen Brand, Appalachian State Stephen Curry, Davidson Noah Dahlman, Wofford Nicchaeus Doaks, Chattanooga Andrew Goudelock, Coll. of Charleston Andrew Lovedale, Davidson Stephen McDowell, Chattanooga Harouna Mutombo, Western Carolina Demetrius Nelson, The Citadel Cameron Wells, The Citadel

2010-11 Coaches Omar Carter, Appalachian State Donald Sims, Appalachian State Andrew Goudelock, Coll. of Charleston Donavan Monroe, Coll. of Charleston Cameron Wells, The Citadel Chris Long, Elon Amu Saaka, Furman Omar Wattad, Chattanooga Mike Williams, Western Carolina Noah Dahlman, Wofford

2011-12 Coaches Trent Wiedeman, Coll. of Charleston Antwaine Wiggins, Coll. of Charleston Mike Groselle, The Citadel De’Mon Brooks, Davidson Jake Cohen, Davidson Jack Isenbarger, Elon Eric Ferguson, Georgia Southern Trevis Simpson, UNCG Kevin Giltner, Wofford Brad Loesing, Wofford

2006-07 Media First Team Kyle Hines, UNCG D.J. Thompson, Appalachian State Dontaye Draper, College of Charleston Stephen Curry, Davidson Nick Aldirdge, Western Carolina

2008-09 Media First Team Stephen Curry, Davidson Noah Dahlman, Wofford Andrew Goudelock, Coll. of Charleston Stephen McDowell, Chattanooga Demetrius Nelson, The Citadel

2010-11 Media First Team Donald Sims, Appalachian State Andrew Goudelock, Coll. of Charleston Cameron Wells, The Citadel Amu Saaka, Furman Noah Dahlman, Wofford

2011-12 Media First Team De’Mon Brooks, Davidson Jake Cohen, Davidson Eric Ferguson, Georgia Southern Trevis Simpson, UNCG Brad Loesing, Wofford

Second Team Jason Richards, Davidson Louis Graham, Georgia Southern Thomas Sander, Davidson Donte Gennie, Georgia Southern Moussa Diagne, Furman

Second Team Kellen Brand, Appalachian State Nicchaeus Doaks, Chattanooga Andrew Lovedale, Davidson Harouna Mutombo, Western Carolina Cameron Wells, The Citadel

Second Team Omar Carter, Appalachian State Chris Long, Elon Keegan Bell, Chattanooga Omar Wattad, Chattanooga Mike Williams, Western Carolina

Second Team Mike Groselle, The Citadel Andrew Lawrence, Coll. of Charleston Antwaine Wiggins, Coll. of Charlston Jack Isenbarger, Elon Kevin Giltner, Wofford

Third Team Keddric Mayes, Chattanooga Jeremy Clayton, Appalachian State LeVonn Jordan, Elon Ricky Hickman, UNCG David Lawrence, College of Charleston

Third Team Ola Atoyebi, Elon Brandon Giles, Western Carolina Jermaine Johnson, Coll. of Charleston Jordan Miller, Furman Junior Salters, Wofford

Third Team Donavan Monroe, Coll. of Charleston Jeremy Simmons, Coll. of Charleston Ben Drayton III, Georgia Southern Tim Johnson, Wofford Cameron Rundles, Wofford

Third Team Trent Wiedeman, Coll. of Charleston Nik Cochran, Davidson Willie Powers III, Georgia Southern Derrell Armstrong, UNCG Drew Windler, Samford

2007-08 Coaches Stephen Curry, Davidson Kyle Hines, UNCG Louis Graham, Georgia Southern Jason Richards, Davidson Donte Minter, Appalachian State Nicchaeus Doaks, Chattanooga Stephen McDowell, Chattanoooga Drew Gibson, Wofford Brandon Giles, Western Carolina Brett James, Elon

2009-10 Coaches Donald Sims, Appalachian State Andrew Goudelock, Coll. of Charleston Jeremy Simmons, Coll. of Charleston Cameron Wells, The Citadel Amu Saaka, Furman Willie Powers, Georgia Southern Ben Stywall, UNCG Brandon Giles, Western Carolina Noah Dahlman, Wofford Tim Johnson, Wofford

2007-08 Media First Team Stephen Curry, Davidson Kyle Hines, UNCG Louis Graham, Georgia Southern Jason Richards, Davidson Donte Minter, Appalachian State

2009-10 Media First Team Donald Sims, Appalachian State Andrew Goudelock, Coll. of Charleston Cameron Wells, The Citadel Ben Stywall, UNCG Noah Dahlman, Wofford

Second Team Nicchaeus Doaks, Chattanooga Brandon Giles, Western Carolina Stephen McDowell, Chattanooga Jermaine Johnson, College of Charleston Andrew Goudelock, College of Charleston

Second Team Jeremy Simmons, Coll. of Charleston Adam Constantine, Elon Amu Saaka, Furman Ty Patterson, Chattanooga Brandon Giles, Western Carolina

Third Team Tony White Jr., College of Charleston Ola Atoyebi, Elon Thomas Sander, Davidson Drew Gibson, Wofford Jeremy Clayton, Appalachian State

Third Team Donavan Monroe, Coll. of Charleston Willie Powers, Georgia Southern Jake Robinson, Western Carolina Brigham Waginger, Western Carolina Jamar Diggs, Wofford Tim Johnson, Wofford

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2006-07 Coaches Kyle Hines, UNCG D.J. Thompson, Appalachian State Dontaye Draper, College of Charleston Stephen Curry, Davidson Nick Aldirdge, Western Carolina Jason Richards, Davidson Donte Gennie, Georgia Southern Moussa Diagne, Furman LeVonn Jordan, Elon Robbie Bostain, Furman

Brandon Giles of Western Carolina was an all-conference selection by the coaches in both 2007-08 and 2009-10.

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ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS 2012-13 Coaches Nathan Healy, Appalachian State Andrew Lawrence, Coll.of Charleston Mike Groselle, The Citadel De’Mon Brooks, Davidson Jake Cohen, Davidson Jack Isenbarger, Elon Lucas Troutman, Elon Trevis Simpson, UNCG Raijon Kelly, Samford Trey Sumler, Western Carolina

2014-15 Coaches Ashton Moore, The Citadel Jalen Riley, ETSU Stephen Croone, Furman Darious Moten, Mercer Ike Nwamu, Mercer Casey Jones, Chattanooga Justin Tuoyo, Chattanooga James Sinclair, Western Carolina Karl Cochran, Wofford Lee Skinner, Wofford

2012-13 Media First Team De’Mon Brooks, Davidson Jake Cohen, Davidson Lucas Troutman, Elon Trevis Simpson, UNCG Trey Sumler, Western Carolina

2014-15 Media First Team Ashton Moore, The Citadel Jalen Riley, ETSU Casey Jones, Chattanooga James Sinclair, Western Carolina Karl Cochran, Wofford

Second Team Nathan Healy, Appalachian State Mike Groselle, The Citadel Andrew Lawrence, Coll. of Charleston Raijon Kelly, Samford Karl Cochran, Wofford

Second Team Stephen Croone, Furman Darious Moten, Mercer Ike Nwamu, Mercer Justin Tuoyo, Chattanooga Lee Skinner, Wofford

Third Team Nik Cochran, Davidson Jack Isenbarger, Elon Eric Ferguson, Georgia Southern Tim Williams, Samford Z. Mason, Chattanooga

Third Team Rashawn Rembert, ETSU Tevon Saddler, UNCG Darius Jones-Gibson, Samford Greg Pryor, Chattanooga Spencer Collins, Wofford

2013-14 Coaches De’Mon Brooks, Davidson Lucas Troutman, Elon Stephen Croone, Furman Jelani Hewitt, Georgia Southern Kyle Cain, UNCG Tim Williams, Samford Casey Jones, Chattanooga Z. Mason, Chattanooga Trey Sumler, Western Carolina Karl Cochran, Wofford

2015-16 Coaches T.J. Cromer, ETSU Ge’Lawn Guyn, ETSU Stephen Croone, Furman Stephon Jelks, Mercer R.J. White, UNCG Tre’ McLean, Chattanooga Justin Tuoyo, Chattanooga QJ Peterson, VMI Mike Brown, Western Carolina Spencer Collins, Wofford

2013-14 Media First Team De’Mon Brooks, Davidson Lucas Troutman, Elon Z. Mason, Chattanooga Trey Sumler, Western Carolina Karl Cochran, Wofford

2015-16 Media First Team Ge’Lawn Guyn, ETSU Stephen Croone, Furman Tre’ McLean, Chattanooga Q.J. Peterson, VMI Spencer Collins, Wofford

Second Team Brian Sullivan, Davidson Stephen Croone, Furman Jelani Hewitt, Georgia Southern Kyle Cain, UNCG Tim Williams, Samford

Second Team T.J. Cromer, ETSU Stephon Jelks, Mercer Justin Tuoyo, Chattanooga Mike Brown, Western Carolina Torrion Brummitt, Western Carolina

Third Team Tyler Kalinoski, Davidson Sebastian Koch, Elon Tre Bussey, Georgia Southern Casey Jones, Chattanooga Lee Skinner, Wofford

Third Team Derrick Henry, The Citadel Diante Baldwin, UNCG R.J. White, UNCG Darius Jones-Gibson, Samford Fletcher Magee, Wofford 2016-17 Coaches First Team T.J. Cromer, ETSU Devin Sibley, Furman Justin Tuoyo, Chattanooga Eric Garcia, Wofford Fletcher Magee, Wofford

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UNCG’s Trevis Simpson was a two-time All-SoCon selection, earning the honor in 2011-12 and 2012-13. Second Team Kris Acox, Furman Ria’n Holland, Mercer Francis Alonso, UNCG Diante Baldwin, UNCG QJ Peterson, VMI Third Team Desonta Bradford, ETSU R.J. White, UNCG Demetrius Denzel-Dyson, Samford Wyatt Walker, Samford Tre’ McLean, Chattanooga 2016-17 Media First Team T.J. Cromer, ETSU Devin Sibley, Furman QJ Peterson, VMI Eric Garcia, Wofford Fletcher Magee, Wofford Second Team Kris Acox, Furman Ria’n Holland, Mercer Francis Alonso, UNCG Diante Baldwin, UNCG Justin Tuoyo, Chattanooga

Third Team Preston Parks, The Citadel R.J. White, UNCG Demetrius Denzel-Dyson, Samford Wyatt Walker, Samford Tre’ McLean, Chattanooga


ALL-FRESHMAN TEAMS 1977-78 Rodney Arnold, Furman Rich DiBenedetto, Davidson Chris Dodds, Davidson Ken Labanowski, Marshall Keith Parker, Chattanooga Greg White, Marshall 1978-79 Greg Dennis, Western Carolina Jamie Hall, Davidson Charles Payton, Appalachian State Robert Price, Marshall George Washington, Marshall 1979-80 Ronnie Carr, Western Carolina Randy Harris, Chattanooga Troy Lee Mikell, ETSU Michael Hunt, Furman Kenny Trimier, Western Carolina

1981-82 Cedric Cokely, Western Carolina Tim Criswell, Furman Noel Gilliard, Furman Mark Vest, VMI Cedric Wins, VMI 1982-83 Dave Conrady, Furman Rod Davis, Appalachian State Mike Huffman, VMI Jim McConkey, Davidson Clifford Waddy, Western Carolina 1983-84 Gay Elmore, VMI Chris Heineman, Davidson Shawn Reid, Furman Richard Rogers, Western Carolina David Vaught, ETSU

1992-93 Chris Alpert, Davidson Lawrence Gullette, VMI Bill Harder, Furman Brian Hege, Appalachian State Anquell McCollum, Western Carolina

1988-89 Percy Covington, VMI David Donerlson, Western Carolina Bruce Evans, Furman Hal Henderson, Furman Donald Jenkins, Chattanooga Calvin Talford, ETSU

1993-94 Lonnie Edwards, Georgia Southern Darryl Faulkner, VMI Corrie Johnson, ETSU Warren Johnson, VMI Moncrief Michael, The Citadel

1989-90 Eric Dailey, Western Carolina Aaron Nichols, The Citadel Billy Ross, Appalachian State Harold Simmons, Marshall Derek Waugh, Furman Maceo Williams, Chattanooga 1990-91 Brian Edwards, Furman Ricky Nedd, Appalachian State Carey Rich, Western Carolina Trazel Silvers, ETSU Lamar Wright, The Citadel 1991-92 Reese Dudley, ETSU Tim Ford, Western Carolina Malik Hightower, Marshall Bobby Jones, VMI Chad McClendon, Appalachian State

1994-95 Ray Minlend, Davidson Matt Newman, The Citadel Brian Taueg, VMI Chuck Vincent, Furman Kareem Livingston, Appalachian State 1995-96 Brent Conley, VMI Jason Williams, Marshall Andre Kerr, Furman Virgil Stevens, The Citadel Jason Stewart, Furman 1996-97 Landry Kosmalski, Davidson Derrick Wright, Marshall Ryan Wilson, ETSU David Phillips, Chattanooga Hamp Jones, Georgia Southern

1997-98 Otis Donald, Chattanooga Adrian Meeks, ETSU Marcus Dilligard, Furman Ian Chadwick, Wofford Stacy Ervin, Western Carolina Nathan Jameson, UNCG 1998-99 Rod Shiver, The Citadel Alan Puckett, The Citadel Kyle Julius, Furman James Maye, UNCG Casey Rogers, Western Carolina 1999-00 Leighton Bowie, Coll. of Charleston Wayne Bernard, Davidson Karim Souchu, Furman Julius Jenkins, Georgia Southern Jarvis Hayes, Western Carolina 2000-01 Jay Joseph, UNCG Radee Skipworth, VMI Rans Brempong, Western Carolina Frank Bennett, Georgia Southern Noah Brown, Appalachian State 2001-02 Tony Mitchell, College of Charleston Tiras Wade, ETSU Terry Williams, Georgia Southern Jason Conley, VMI Kevin Martin, Western Carolina Justin Stephens, Wofford

VMI’s Jason Conley was voted the league’s player and freshman of the year in 2001-02. Also an all-freshman and all-conference selection that season, he led the nation in scoring at 29.3 points per game, the eighth-best mark in league history.

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1980-81 Wade Capehart, Appalachian State John Gullickson, Davidson George Singleton, Furman David Wade, Marshall Willie White, Chattanooga

1987-88 Greg Dennis, ETSU Keith Jennings, ETSU Rodney Peel, Appalachian State John Taft, Marshall Andy Paul Williamson, Marshall

1984-85 John Castile, Furman Andre Gault, Western Carolina Skip Henderson, Marshall Jeff Himes, Davidson Derek Rucker, Davidson 1985-86 Willie Allen, Appalachian State Joey Brooks, Furman Leon Bryant, The Citadel Darren McDonald, VMI Floyd Showers, Western Carolina 1986-87 Renard Johnson, VMI Kemp Phillips, Appalachian State Jay Schmitt, Davidson Jimmy Stewart, Appalachian State Ramon Williams, VMI

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ALL-FRESHMAN TEAMS 2002-03 Alphonso Pugh, Chattanooga Brendan Winter, Davidson Ian Johnson, Davidson Tim Smith, ETSU Tyler Berg, Wofford

Tyler Hood was one of two Samford players to earn all-freshman honors in 2011-12. Hood and classmate Raijon Kelly, who were picked by both the coaches and media, became the first Bulldogs to take the honor in program history. Samford joined the league for the 2008-09 season.

2003-04 Quan Prowell, Furman Matt Nowlin, Elon Robby Bostain, Furman Moussa Diagne, Furman J’Mel Everhart, The Citadel 2004-05 Kyle Hines, UNCG Warren McLendon, The Citadel Louis Graham, Georgia Southern Brian Waters, Elon Trey Hopkins, Western Carolina

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2005-06 Jermaine Johnson, Coll. of Charleston Brett James, Elon Stanley Jones, Furman Jadee Jones, Furman David McClenny, UNCG 2006-07 Stephen Curry, Davidson Nick Aldridge, Western Carolina Jake Robinson, Western Carolina Junior Salters, Wofford Ben Stywall, UNCG 2007-08 Coaches Andrew Goudelock, Coll. of Charleston Donald Sims, Appalachian State Cameron Wells, The Citadel Willie Powers, Georgia Southern Austin Dahn, The Citadel Media Cameron Wells, The Citadel Andrew Goudelock, Coll. of Charleston Donald Sims, Appalachian State Willie Powers, Georgia Southern Justin Dehm, Furman 2008-09 Coaches John Brown, The Citadel Ben Drayton III, Georgia Southern Damian Eargle, UNCG Harouna Mutombo, Western Carolina Brad Loesing, Wofford 2009-10 Coaches Willis Hall, College of Charleston Harrison DuPont, The Citadel Jake Cohen, Davidson JP Kuhlman, Davidson Kyle Randall, UNCG Media Willis Hall, College of Charleston Harrison DuPont, The Citadel Jake Cohen, Davidson JP Kuhlman, Davidson Kyle Randall, UNCG

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2010-11 Coaches Trent Wiedeman, Coll. of Charleston Lucas Troutman, Elon Eric Ferguson, Georgia Southern Trevis Simpson, UNCG Trey Sumler, Western Carolina Media Trent Wiedeman, Coll. of Charleston Jack Isenbarger, Elon Eric Ferguson, Georgia Southern Trevis Simpson, UNCG Trey Sumler, Western Carolina 2011-12 Coaches Adjehi Baru, College of Charleston Austin Hamilton, Elon Tyler Hood, Samford Raijon Kelly, Samford Karl Cochran, Wofford Media Adjehi Baru, College of Charleston Austin Hamilton, Elon Tyler Hood, Samford Raijon Kelly, Samford Karl Cochran, Wofford 2012-13 Coaches Matt Van Scyoc, The Citadel Clide Geffrard Jr., Samford Tim Williams, Samford Gee McGhee, Chattanooga Spencer Collins, Wofford

Media Matt Van Scyoc, The Citadel Clide Geffrard Jr., Samford Tim Williams, Samford Gee McGhee, Chattanooga Spencer Collins, Wofford 2013-14 Coaches Brian White, The Citadel Jack Gibbs, Davidson Tevon Saddler, UNCG Isaiah Williams, Samford Eric Garcia, Wofford Media Brian White, The Citadel William Gates Jr., Furman Tevon Saddler, UNCG Isaiah Williams, Samford Eric Garcia, Wofford 2014-15 Coaches Jake Wright, The Citadel Daniel Fowler, Furman Devin Sibley, Furman Stephon Jelks, Mercer Christen Cunningham, Samford Media Jake Wright, The Citadel Daniel Fowler, Furman Devin Sibley, Furman Christen Cunningham, Samford Evan Taylor, Samford

2015-16 Coaches Matt Rafferty, Furman Francis Alonso, UNCG Matt Rose, Samford Wyatt Walker, Samford Fletcher Magee, Wofford Media Zane Najdawi, The Citadel Matt Rafferty, Furman Francis Alonso, UNCG Wyatt Walker, Samford Fletcher Magee, Wofford 2016-17 Coaches Preston Parks, The Citadel Jordan Lyons, Furman James Dickey, UNCG Josh Sharkey, Samford Nathan Hoover, Wofford Media Preston Parks, The Citadel Josh Sharkey, Samford James Dickey, UNCG Nathan Hoover, Wofford Kaelon Harris, The Citadel Triston Chambers, Samford


PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 1968-69 Week 6 Johnny Mitchell, VMI Week 7 Mike O’Neill, DAV Week 8 Dick Esleeck, FUR Week 9 Mike Maloy, DAV NOTE: Information for weeks 1-5 and weeks 10-11 is not available. 1969-70 Kenny Foster, RICH Bob Sherwood, W&M Joe Brunson, FUR Bryan Adrian, DAV Tom Miller, ECU Doug Cook, DAV Mike Maloy, DAV Walt Szczerbiak, GWU Bryan Adrian, DAV Jim Fairley, ECU

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1970-71 Russ Hunt, FUR Joe Sutter, DAV Ben Ledbetter, CIT Mike Anastasio, RICH Steve Kirley, DAV Tom Jasper, W&M Jim Gregory, ECU Russ Hunt, FUR Jan Essenburg, VMI Joe Sutter, DAV

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1971-72 Russ Hunt, FUR John Falconi, DAV Joe Sutter, DAV Jim Fairley, ECU Jerome Owens, ECU John Falconi, DAV Russ Hunt, FUR Roy Simpson, FUR Russ Hunt, FUR Jim Fairley, ECU Bob Frank, VMI

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11

1972-73 Fessor Leonard, FUR Matt Courage, W&M T.J. Pecorak, DAV Aron Stewart, RICH Fessor Leonard, FUR Aron Stewart, RICH Aron Stewart, RICH Dave Franklin, ECU Mike Arizin, W&M Aron Stewart, RICH 1973-74 Fessor Leonard, FUR Mike Arizin, W&M John Falconi, DAV Clyde Mayes, FUR Stan Davis, APP Aron Stewart, RICH Stan Davis, APP Clyde Mayes, FUR Clyde Mayes, FUR Aron Stewart, RICH Aron Stewart, RICH 1974-75 Larry Horowitz, DAV Eric Gray, RICH Clyde Mayes, FUR Clyde Mayes, FUR Bob McCurdy, RICH Gregg Ashorn, ECU Buzzy Braman, ECU Craig Lynch, FUR Clyde Mayes, FUR Bob McCurdy, RICH John Lowenhaupt, W&M

1975-76 Ron Satterthwaite, W&M John Krovic, VMI Reggie Lee, ECU Jim Strickland, FUR Dave Montgomery, VMI Jeff Butler, RICH Ron Carter, VMI Darryl Robinson, APP Ron Satterthwaite, W&M John Lowenhaupt, W&M Ray Miller, FUR

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11

1976-77 Jonathan Moore, FUR Darryl Robinson, APP Walter Anderson, APP Ron Carter, VMI Bruce Grimm, FUR Louis Crosby, ECU Ron Carter, VMI Larry Hunt, ECU John Gerdy, DAV Will Bynum, VMI Rick Swing, CIT

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12

1977-78 Chris Dodds, DAV Darryl Robinson, APP Renaldo Lawrence, APP John Gerdy, DAV Ron Carter, VMI John Gerdy, DAV Tony Searcy, APP Harley Major, MAR Jonathan Moore, FUR Ron Carter, VMI Bubba Wilson, WCU Tony Searcy, APP

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12

1978-79 Tom Slawson, CIT Darryl Robinson, APP Jonathan Moore, FUR Jonathan Moore, FUR Rick Swing, CIT Jonathan Moore, FUR GWU, MAR John Gerdy, DAV Jonathan Moore, FUR Darryl Robinson, APP John Gerdy, DAV Tom Slawson, CIT

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12

1979-80 Rich DiBenedetto, DAV Ronnie Carr, WCU James Campbell, MAR Eric Smith, UTC Greg Dennis, WCU Andy Kolesar, VMI Mel Daniel, FUR Jonathan Moore, FUR Greg Dennis, WCU Troy Lee Mikell, ETSU Greg Dennis, WCU Jonathan Moore, FUR

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12

1980-81 George Washington, MAR Todd Haynes, DAV Troy Lee Mikell, ETSU Charles Jones, MAR Todd Haynes, DAV Rich DiBenedetto, DAV George Singleton, FUR Larry Caldwell, WCU Mel Daniel, FUR Charles Payton, APP George Singleton, FUR LaVerne Evans, MAR

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12

1981-82 John Fitch, APP David Wade, MAR Russ Schoene, UTC Cliff Tribus, DAV Nick Morken, UTC Ronnie Carr, WCU Greg Dennis, WCU Willie White, UTC Aaron Douglas, ETSU Willie White, UTC George Singleton, FUR Cliff Tribus, DAV

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12 Week 13

1982-83 George Singleton, FUR Kenny Wilson, DAV Willie White, UTC Troy Lee Mikell, ETSU Cliff Tribus, DAV Winfred King, ETSU Kenny Trimier, WCU Regan Truesdale, CIT Stanford Strickland, UTC Troy Lee Mikell, ETSU George Singleton, FUR Troy Lee Mikell, ETSU Willie White, UTC

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11

1983-84 Quinton Lytle, WCU Willie White, UTC Stanford Strickland, UTC Gerald Wilkins, UTC Kenny Wilson, DAV Regan Truesdale, CIT George Singleton, FUR Gay Elmore, VMI Regan Truesdale, CIT Wade Capehart, APP Quentin Moore, WCU

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11

1984-85 Regan Truesdale, CIT Regan Truesdale, CIT Greg Dolan, APP Gay Elmore, VMI Calvin Cannady, ETSU Gerald Wilkins, UTC Derek Rucker, DAV Regan Truesdale, CIT Skip Henderson, MAR Skip Henderson, MAR Clifford Morgan, UTC

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12

1985-86 Gay Elmore, VMI Darryl Ivery, UTC Kent Hill, CIT Wes Stallings, ETSU Skip Henderson, MAR Wes Stallings, ETSU Gay Elmore, VMI Kent Hill, CIT Skip Henderson, MAR Rod Davis, APP Leroy Gasque, WCU Clifford Waddy, WCU

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12

1986-87 Gay Elmore, VMI John Castile, FUR Jeff Himes, DAV Lepn Bryant, CIT Darryl Ivery, UTC Derek Rucker, DAV Skip Henderson, MAR Rodney Holden, MAR Chris Heineman, DAV Tom Curry, MAR Gay Elmore, VMI Lance Fulse, UTC

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12

1987-88 Joey Brooks, FUR Lance Fulse, UTC Tom Curry, MAR Morris Lyons, UTC John Castile, FUR Derek Rucker, DAV Chad Keller, ETSU Skip Henderson, MAR Skip Henderson, MAR Keith Jennings, ETSU Skip Henderson, MAR Kent Hill, CIT

Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12

1988-89 John Taft, MAR Keith Jennings, ETSU Benny Green, UTC John Taft, MAR Bennie Goettie, WCU Daren Chandler, UTC Damon Williams, VMI Ramon Williams, VMI David Donerlson, WCU Bruce Evans, FUR Patrick Elmore, CIT Chris Behrends, UTC Bennie Goettie, WCU

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12

1989-90 John Taft, MAR Derrick Kirce, UTC David Donerlson, WCU Keith Jennings, ETSU Tracy Garrick, FUR Patrick Elmore, CIT Greg Dennis, ETSU Bruce Evans, FUR Damon Williams, VMI Damon Williams, VMI Patrick Elmore, CIT John Taft, MAR

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5

1990-91 John Taft, MAR Steve Spurlock, APP John Taft, MAR Keith Nelson, UTC John Taft, MAR

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7

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Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11

The Citadel’s Regan Truesdale earned six player of the week awards from 1982-85.

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PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12

Keith Jennings, ETSU Terry Boyd, WCU Derrick Kirce, UTC Keith Jennings, ETSU Keith Jennings, ETSU Greg Fitz, VMI John Taft, MAR

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12

1991-92 Maurice Williams, WCU Calvin Talford, ETSU Rodney English, ETSU Tim Brooks, UTC Robert Gaines, WCU Rodney English, ETSU LeVert Threats, UTC Tim Brooks, UTC Lewis Preston, VMI Greg Dennis, ETSU Terry Boyd, WCU Lewis Preston, VMI

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12

1992-93 Gary Robb, UTC Lewis Preston, VMI Tyrone Phillips, MAR Gary Robb, UTC Billy Ross, APP Jerry Pelphrey, ETSU Detlef Musch, DAV Billy Ross, APP Billy Ross, APP Charlton Young, GSU Lewis Preston, VMI Detlef Musch, DAV

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12

1993-94 Brandon Born, UTC Terry Campbell, CIT Frankie King, WCU Chad Copeland, UTC Chad Copeland, UTC William Cook, APP Jeff Williams, APP Frankie King, WCU Frankie King, WCU Frankie King, WCU William Cook, APP Trazel Silvers, ETSU

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12 Week 13

1994-95 Brandon Born, UTC Frankie King, WCU Shawn Moore, MAR Lawrence Gullette, VMI Roger Smith, UTC Maurio Hanson, UTC Frankie King, WCU John Oliver, UTC Chad McClendon, APP Moncrief Michael, CIT Brandon Born, UTC Matt Newman, CIT Chad McClendon, APP

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12

1995-96 Brandon Williams, DAV Keith Veney, MAR Keith Veney, MAR Quinn Harwood, DAV Keith Veney, MAR Noy Castillo, CIT Chuck Vincent, FUR Lawrence Gullette, VMI Anquell McCollum, WCU Anquell McCollum, WCU Anquell McCollum, WCU Johnny Taylor, UTC

1996-97 Week 1 Ryan Wilson, ETSU Week 2 Bobby Phillips, WCU

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Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12

Junior Braswell, APP Keith Veney, MAR Matt Newman, CIT Willie Young, UTC John Brannen, MAR Chuck Vincent, FUR Maurice Spencer, VMI Narcisse Ewodo, DAV John Brannen, MAR Junior Braswell, APP

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12

1997-98 Tyson Patterson, APP Jason Bell, VMI Jason Bell, VMI Tige Darner, APP Darryl Faulkner, VMI Greg Stephens, ETSU Jamie Jenkins, CIT Bobby Phillips, WCU Darryl Faulkner, VMI Demetrius Cherry, UNCG Stephen MAR, DAV Greg Stephens, ETSU

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12

1998-99 Marshall Phillips, APP Danny Johnson, CofC Stanislav Makshantsev, FUR Ian Chadwick, WOF Danny Johnson, CofC Greg Stephens, ETSU Marshall Phillips, APP Greg Stephens, ETSU Daniel Quigley, FUR Sedric Webber, CofC Jody Lumpkin, CofC Matt McMahon, APP

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9

1999-2000 Jarvis Hayes, WCU Julius Jenkins, GSU Karim Souchu, FUR Demetrius Cherry, UNCG Rufus Leach, APP Rashun Coleman, UTC Tyson Patterson, APP Oliver Morton, UTC Jody Lumpkin, CofC

Week 10 Andre Quarles, VMI Week 11 Stephen Marshall, DAV Week 12 Rufus Leach, APP Karim Souchu, FUR 2000-01 Week 1 Dimeco Childress, ETSU Week 2 Karim Souchu, FUR Courtney Eldridge, UNCG Week 3 Cliff Washburn, CIT Week 4 Ian Chadwick, WOF Week 5 Jody Lumpkin, CofC Week 6 Eric Mann, VMI Week 7 Julius Jenkins, GSU Week 8 Jay Joseph, UNCG Week 9 Oliver Morton, UTC Week 10 Alan Puckett, CIT Week 11 Nathan Jameson, UNCG Sean Patterson, GSU Week 12 Mike Lenzly, WOF Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12

2001-02 Jason Conley, VMI Kevin Martin, WCU Dimeco Childress, ETSU Jason Conley, VMI Mike Lenzly, WOF James Maye, UNCG Chris Pearson, DAV Julius Jenkins, GSU Toot Young, UTC Jason Conley, VMI Dimeco Childress, ETSU Dimeco Childress, ETSU David Schuck, UNCG Courtney Eldridge, UNCG

2002-03 Troy Wheless, CofC Lee Nixon, WOF Tiras Wade, ETSU Ashley Champion, UTC Shawn Hall, APP Jean Francois, GSU Graham Bunn, APP Rans Brempong, WCU Wayne Bernard, DAV Week 9 Jason Rogan, UTC Week 10 Jerald Fields, ETSU Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8

Western Carolina’s Frankie King was the SoCon Player of the Week four times in 1993-94, including earning the honor in three straight weeks. King also took the award twice more in 1994-95.

Kevin Martin, WCU Week 11 Brendan Winters, DAV Week 12 Karim Souchu, FUR Week 13 Conor Grace, DAV Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12

2003-04 Kevin Martin, WCU Zakee Wadood, ETSU Kevin Martin, WCU Thomas Mobley, CofC Elton Nesbitt, GSU David Berghoefer, WCU Howard Wilkerson, WOF Noah Brown, APP Kevin Martin, WCU Zakee Wadood, ETSU Jackson Atoyebi, Elon Maleye Ndoye, FUR Brendan Winters, DAV Ronnie Burrell, UNCG

2004-05 Week 1 Howard Wilkerson, WOF Brendan Winters, DAV Week 2 Howard Wilkerson, WOF Week 3 Kyle Hines, UNCG Week 4 Warren McLendon, CIT Tony Mitchell, CofC Week 5 Bernard Jackson, CofC Week 6 Elton Nesbitt, GSU Week 7 Jean Francois, GSU Week 8 Brendan Winters, DAV Week 9 David Berghoefer, WCU Week 10 Elton Nesbitt, GSU Week 11 Tyler Berg, WOF Week 12 Tim Smith, ETSU Nov. 29 Dec. 6 Dec. 13 Dec. 20 Jan. 3 Jan. 10 Jan. 17 Jan. 24 Jan. 31 Feb. 7 Feb. 14 Feb. 21 Feb. 28

Nov. 21 Nov. 28 Dec. 5 Dec. 12 Dec. 19 Jan. 2 Jan. 9 Jan. 16 Jan. 23 Jan. 30 Feb. 6 Feb. 13 Feb. 20 Feb. 27

2005-06 Ian Johnson, DAV Brendan Winters, UNCG Ricky Hickman, UNCG Elton Nesbitt, GSU Dontaye Draper, CofC Jackson Atoyebi, Elon Louis Graham, GSU Kyle Greathouse, WCU D.J. Thompson, APP Shane Nichols, WOF Elton Nesbitt, GSU Elton Nesbitt, GSU Howard Wilkerson, WOF D.J. Thompson, APP J’Mel Everhart, CIT 2006-07 Stephen Curry, DAV D.J. Thompson, APP Thomas Sander, DAV Ricky Hickman, UNCG Jason Richards, DAV Donte Minter, APP Nathan Cranford, APP Dontaye Draper, CofC Kyle Hines, UNCG Ricky Hickman, UNCG Nick Aldridge, WCU Stephen Curry, DAV Stephen Curry, DAV Louis Graham, GSU

2007-08 Nov. 19 Kyle Hines, UNCG Nov. 26 Kendall Toney, UNCG Dec. 3 Jermaine Johnson, CofC Stephen Curry, DAV Dec. 10 Drew Gibson, WOF Dec. 17 Khalil Hartwell, UTC Dec. 31 Justin Dehm, FUR Jan. 7 Kevin Oleksiak, UNCG Jan. 14 Stephen McDowell, UTC Jan. 21 Donald Sims, APP Jan. 28 Stephen Curry, DAV


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Louis Graham, GSU Stephen Curry, DAV Feb. 11 Stephen Curry, DAV Feb. 18 Stephen Curry, DAV Feb. 25 Louis Graham, GSU March 3 Kyle Hines, UNCG 2008-09 Stephen Curry, DAV Stephen Curry, DAV Andrew Goudelock, CofC Stephen Curry, DAV Stephen Curry, DAV Brett James, Elon Stephen McDowell, UTC Harouna Mutombo, WCU Stephen Curry, DAV Stephen Curry, DAV Stephen Curry, DAV Demetrius Nelson, CIT Cameron Wells, CIT Noah Dahlman, WOF Stephen Curry, DAV

Nov. 17 Nov. 24 Dec. 1 Dec. 8 Dec. 15 Dec. 22 Jan. 5 Jan. 12 Jan. 19 Jan. 26 Feb. 2 Feb. 9 Feb. 16 Feb. 23 March 2

2009-10 Josh Bonney, Elon Amu Saaka, FUR Noah Dahlman, WOF Jeremy Simmons, CofC Mike Williams, WCU Noah Dahlman, WOF Andrew Goudelock, CofC Donald Sims, APP Cameron Wells, CIT Andrew Goudelock, CofC Ty Patterson, UTC Donald Sims, APP Donald Sims, APP Jeremy Simmons, CofC Antonio Hanson, GSU

Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30 Dec. 7 Dec. 14 Dec. 21 Jan. 4 Jan. 11 Jan. 18 Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Feb. 8 Feb. 15 Feb. 22 March 1

2010-11 Omar Carter, APP Donald Sims, APP Cameron Wells, CIT Noah Dahlman, WOF Brendan McKillop, DAV Jeremy Simmons, CofC Amu Saaka, FUR Omar Carter, APP Omar Wattad, UTC Amu Saaka, FUR Noah Dahlman, WOF Andrew Goudelock, CofC Andrew Goudelock, CofC Chris Long, Elon Donald Sims, APP

Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 29 Dec. 6 Dec. 13 Dec. 20 Jan. 3 Jan. 10 Jan. 17 Jan. 24 Jan. 31 Feb. 7 Feb. 14 Feb. 21 Feb. 28

2011-12 Mike Groselle, CIT Antwaine Wiggins, CofC JP Kuhlman, DAV Jake Cohen, DAV Brad Loesing, WOF Nik Cochran, DAV Andre Williamson, APP Jake Cohen, DAV Jake Cohen, DAV Derrell Armstrong, UNCG Derrell Armstrong, UNCG Jack Isenbarger, Elon Trevis Simpson, UNCG Kevin Giltner, WOF Trey Sumler, WCU

Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 Dec. 4 Dec. 11 Dec. 18

2012-13 Mike Groselle, CIT Tim Williams, SAM Lucas Troutman, Elon Jay Canty, APP Bobby Austin, FUR Jake Cohen, DAV

Andrew Lawrence, CofC Jake Cohen, DAV Adjehi Baru, CofC Z. Mason, UTC Trevis Simpson, UNCG Lucas Troutman, Elon Trey Sumler, WCU Ryley Beaumont, Elon Jake Cohen, DAV Mike Groselle, CIT

Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Dec. 3 Dec. 10 Dec. 17 Dec. 31 Jan. 7 Jan. 14 Jan. 21 Jan. 28 Feb. 4 Feb. 11 Feb. 18 Feb. 25 March 3

2013-14 Jelani Hewitt, GSU Stephen Croone, FUR Trey Sumler, WCU Jelani Hewitt, GSU Tanner Samson, Elon Sebastian Koch, Elon Trey Sumler, WCU Z. Mason, UTC Lee Skinner, WOF De’Mon Brooks, DAV Tim Williams, SAM De’Mon Brooks, DAV Tim Williams, SAM Ashton Moore, CIT Lucas Troutman, Elon Tim Williams, SAM

Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Dec. 2 Dec. 9 Dec. 16 Dec. 23 Jan. 6 Jan. 13 Jan. 20 Jan. 27 Feb. 3 Feb. 10 Feb. 17 Feb. 24 March 2

2014-15 James Sinclair, WCU Karl Cochran, WOF Casey Jones, UTC QJ Peterson, VMI Tevon Saddler, UNCG Tyler Hood, SAM James Sinclair, WCU Mike Brown, WCU Devin Sibley, FUR Karl Cochran, WOF Casey Jones, UTC James Sinclair, WCU Casey Jones, UTC Julian Eleby, VMI RJ White, UNCG

Nov. 17 Nov. 24 Dec. 1 Dec. 9 Dec. 15 Dec. 22 Jan. 5 Jan. 12 Jan. 19 Jan. 26 Feb. 2 Feb. 9 Feb. 16 Feb. 23 March 1

2015-16 Mike Brown, WCU Stephon Jelks, MER QJ Peterson, VMI Mike Brown, WCU Matt Rose, SAM Jestin Lewis, MER Stephon Jelks, MER T.J. Cromer, ETSU Wyatt Walker, SAM Ge’Lawn Guyn, ETSU Kayel Locke, UNCG Fletcher Magee, WOF Stephen Croone, FUR Torrion Brummitt, WCU QJ Peterson, VMI

Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 29 Dec. 6 Dec. 13 Dec. 20 Jan. 3 Jan. 10 Jan. 17 Jan. 24 Jan. 31 Feb. 7 Feb. 14 Feb. 21 Feb. 28

2016-17 Zane Najdawi, CIT Wyatt Walker, SAM D. Denzel-Dyson, SAM Zane Najdawi, CIT Tre’ McLean, UTC Julian Eleby, VMI T.J. Cromer, ETSU Wyatt Walker, SAM QJ Peterson, VMI Kris Acox, FUR QJ Peterson, VMI T.J. Cromer, ETSU Fletcher Magee, WOF Ria’n Holland, MER Francis Alonso, UNCG

Freshmen of the Week 2013-14 Nov. 12 Brian White, CIT Nov. 19 Tevon Saddler, UNCG Nov. 26 Brian White, CIT Dec. 3 Isaiah Williams, SAM Dec. 10 Isaiah Williams, SAM Dec. 17 Jaylen Allen, WOF Dec. 31 William Gates Jr., WOF Jan. 7 Brian White, CIT Jan. 14 Tevon Saddler, UNCG Jan. 21 Tevon Saddler, UNCG Jan. 28 Tevon Saddler, UNCG Feb. 4 Kyle Doyle, GSU Feb. 11 Isaiah Williams, SAM Feb. 18 Tevon Saddler, UNCG Feb. 25 Isaiah Williams, SAM March 3 RJ White, UNCG

Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Dec. 2 Dec. 9 Dec. 16 Dec. 23 Jan. 6 Jan. 13 Jan. 20 Jan. 27 Feb. 3 Feb. 10 Feb. 17 Feb. 24 March 2

2014-15 Christen Cunningham, SAM Daniel Fowler, FUR Christen Cunningham, SAM Geoff Beans, FUR Jake Wright, CIT Geoff Beans, FUR Jordan Strawberry, MER Devin Sibley, FUR Devin Sibley, FUR Christen Cunningham, SAM Tucker Thompson, WCU Christen Cunningham, SAM Devin Sibley, FUR Daniel Fowler, FUR Christen Cunningham, SAM

* Award discontinued after 2014-15 season

Players of the Month November December January February

2004-05 Brendan Winters, DAV Ronnie Burrell, UNCG Kyle Hines, UNCG Tyler Berg, WOF

November December January February

2005-06 Brendan Winters, DAV Ian Johnson, DAV Kyle Hines, UNCG Elton Nesbitt, GSU

November December January February

2006-07 Kyle Hines, UNCG Kyle Hines, UNCG Stephen Curry, DAV Stephen Curry, DAV

January February March

2007-08 Stephen Curry, DAV Stephen Curry, DAV Kyle Hines, UNCG Stephen Curry, DAV Stephen Curry, DAV Stephen Curry, DAV

November December January February

2008-09 Stephen Curry, DAV Stephen Curry, DAV Stephen Curry, DAV Demetrius Nelson, CIT

November December January February

2009-10 Noah Dahlman, WOF Ty Patterson, UTC Andrew Goudelock, CofC Donald Sims, APP

November December January February

2010-11 Donald Sims, APP Andrew Goudelock, CofC Noah Dahlman, WOF Donald Sims, APP

November December January February

2011-12 Mike Groselle, CIT Antwaine Wiggins, CofC Jake Cohen, DAV Jack Isenbarger, Elon

November December January February

2012-13 De’Mon Brooks, DAV Eric Ferguson, GSU Trevis Simpson, UNCG Jake Cohen, DAV

November December January February

2013-14 Jelani Hewitt, GSU Tim Williams, SAM Z. Mason, UTC Lucas Troutman, Elon

November December January February

2014-15 James Sinclair, WCU Stephen Croone, FUR Casey Jones, UTC Casey Jones, UTC

November December

November December January February

November December January February

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Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Dec. 2 Dec. 9 Dec. 16 Dec. 23 Jan. 6 Jan. 13 Jan. 20 Jan. 27 Feb. 3 Feb. 10 Feb. 17 Feb. 24 March 3

Jan. 2 Jan. 8 Jan. 15 Jan. 22 Jan. 29 Feb. 5 Feb. 12 Feb. 19 Feb. 26 March 4

2015-16 QJ Peterson, VMI Stephon Jelks, MER Spencer Collins, WOF Torrion Brummitt, WCU 2016-17 Wyatt Walker, SAM Tre’ McLean, UTC Devin Sibley, FUR T.J. Cromer, ETSU

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CONF W L Virginia 5 0 Alabama 6 1 Georgia 4 1 Washington & Lee 6 2 Kentucky 3 1 Auburn 2 1 North Carolina 3 3 Virginia Tech 2 2 Georgia Tech 2 3 *Tennessee 1 3 North Carolina State 1 5 Clemson 0 3 Mississippi State 0 4 *overall record includes one tie

ALL W L 17 1 15 4 10 5 11 3 10 6 5 6 14 6 14 6 11 6 12 7 6 13 8 13 12 10

1922-23

CONF W L 5 0 2 0 5 1 3 1 8 3 4 2 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 1 2 1 2 2 4 1 3 0 3 0 3 0 5 0 6

ALL W L 15 1 16 6 N/A 15 2 15 4 7 8 9 9 20 5 11 6 11 8 7 7 13 6 5 8 8 7 12 5 2 5 4 13 3 10 10 10

CONF W L 10 0 7 0 7 0 5 1 6 2 8 4 3 2 5 5 2 2 4 5 1 2 2 4 2 4 2 4 1 3 0 2 0 2 0 4 0 6 0 6 0 7

ALL W L 22 1 26 0 16 5 12 4 13 3 13 8 12 3 10 8 11 9 9 13 5 7 16 6 9 5 7 16 7 15 5 10 2 7 5 13 4 9 2 14 8 12

CONF W L 8 0 12 3 6 2 3 1 5 2 4 2 4 2 3 2 3 2 4 3 4 4 4 4 2 7 1 4 1 4 1 4 1 5 1 5 1 6 0 0 0 0

ALL W L 18 5 N/A 13 8 12 5 15 4 10 7 14 3 7 4 4 14 12 13 14 9 9 11 4 12 11 7 10 7 6 9 6 8 3 11 17 8 2 7 2 7

North Carolina Vanderbilt Tulane Tennessee Mississippi State Washington & Lee Georgia Tech Alabama Clemson Georgia Auburn Virginia Tech North Carolina State Mississippi Virginia Florida South Carolina Kentucky Louisiana State 1923-24 Tulane North Carolina Georgia Alabama Kentucky Mississippi State Virginia Tennessee South Carolina Georgia Tech Maryland Mississippi Washington & Lee North Carolina State Vanderbilt Florida University of South Virginia Tech Auburn Clemson Louisiana State 1924-25 North Carolina Tulane Kentucky Maryland Alabama South Carolina Virginia Washington & Lee Clemson Vanderbilt Mississippi State Georgia Georgia Tech North Carolina State Louisiana State Virginia Tech Tennessee Auburn Mississippi Florida University of South

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1925-26 Pts. 607 584 443 533 459 262 710 591 474 466 425 453 618

Opp. 406 373 365 322 361 304 562 473 433 402 518 574 521

Pts. 575 659

Opp. 363 545

442 613 420 544 928 425 503 382 531 292 367 481 157 352 289 488

321 470 391 515 612 305 516 379 414 348 340 366 238 481 348 514

Pts. N/A 959 691 546 477 697 458 445 555 675 279 687 408 558 500 324 81 374 348 230 483

Opp. N/A 500 498 405 335 588 348 457 598 698 284 514 287 687 598 442 47 521 392 427 552

Pts. 697

Opp. 466

538 401 554 487 560 314 390 646 687 614 373 475 436 453 293 352 815 217 118

510 358 420 473 412 262 533 701 628 607 421 388 444 460 315 442 589 289 89

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Kentucky North Carolina Mississippi Maryland Georgia South Carolina North Carolina State Mississippi State Tulane Virginia Alabama Louisiana State VMI Virginia Tech Georgia Tech Washington & Lee Vanderbilt Tennessee Auburn Clemson University of South Florida 1926-27 South Carolina Vanderbilt Georgia Tech Washington & Lee Auburn North Carolina State Mississippi North Carolina Maryland Mississippi State Tennessee Alabama Virginia Tulane Louisiana State Georgia Virginia Tech Kentucky Clemson Florida VMI University of South 1927-28 Auburn Mississippi State North Carolina Maryland Kentucky Louisiana State Virginia Georgia VMI Alabama Clemson South Carolina Mississippi North Carolina State Virginia Tech Washington & Lee Vanderbilt University of South Florida Tulane Tennessee

CONF W L 8 0 7 0 8 1 7 1 9 4 4 2 5 3 5 3 10 7 4 4 6 6 4 5 3 5 2 5 4 10 2 6 2 7 1 3 1 7 1 7 0 2 0 3

ALL W L 15 3 20 5 16 2 14 3 18 6 9 5 20 4 14 8 N/A 9 6 10 11 9 9 7 8 3 10 6 11 9 7 8 18 9 8 5 10 4 17 4 6 7 7

CONF W L 9 1 7 1 8 2 6 2 12 4 5 2 10 4 7 3 6 4 7 5 5 4 4 5 5 7 7 10 3 5 3 6 2 6 1 6 1 7 1 8 0 7 0 10

ALL W L 14 1 20 4 17 10 10 6 13 6 12 5 13 5 17 7 10 10 17 7 7 12 5 8 9 10 N/A 7 9 14 8 6 8 3 13 2 13 6 20 3 12 3 11

CONF W L 12 1 10 1 8 1 8 1 8 1 7 3 10 5 8 5 5 5 5 5 5 7 4 7 5 9 3 6 3 7 3 7 2 5 1 5 2 10 3 15 0 8

ALL W L 20 2 13 7 16 2 14 4 12 6 10 7 20 6 12 10 7 6 10 10 9 14 8 12 10 9 10 8 5 11 5 12 5 7 2 7 5 16 N/A 0 12

1928-29 Pts. 605 937 730 495 965 458 684 658

Opp. 446 569 412 351 685 407 475 561

522 514 472 395 285 465 526 604 517 434 502 73 401

449 556 479 367 346 550 513 687 511 490 702 67 399

Pts. 652 898 939 523 683 509 570 816 536 754 448 348 490

Opp. 492 877 813 482 504 390 441 557 528 478 478 375 452

369 824 403 375 334 739 354 78

409 606 416 563 505 984 422 147

Pts. 1,001 683 610 510 630 580 886 780 417 624 637 718 698 641 411 591 407 89 646

Opp. 580 579 411 397 505 528 681 674 370 659 743 769 640 560 501 589 467 292 748

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Washington & Lee North Carolina Georgia Tech Georgia Tulane Kentucky Tennessee Alabama Clemson Duke North Carolina State Mississippi Virginia Mississippi State Louisiana State Virginia Vanderbilt South Carolina Florida Auburn Maryland VMI University of South 1929-30 Alabama Duke Kentucky Washington & Lee Tennessee Georgia Tulane Clemson University of South Maryland North Carolina State Mississippi Louisiana State Florida Georgia Tech North Carolina VMI Mississippi State Virginia Virginia Tech Vanderbilt Auburn South Carolina 1930-31 Georgia Maryland Alabama Kentucky Auburn Washington & Lee Duke Georgia Tech Vanderbilt North Carolina North Carolina State Louisiana State Virginia Florida Clemson University of South Tennessee Mississippi Virginia Tech VMI Tulane South Carolina

CONF W L 7 1 12 2 10 2 13 4 9 4 7 4 7 4 10 6 6 4 5 4 6 5 7 8 5 7 5 8 5 9 3 6 2 5 4 10 4 11 3 9 2 6 1 7 0 7

ALL W L 16 2 17 8 15 6 18 6 N/A 12 5 11 5 16 10 14 13 12 8 15 6 9 9 9 10 8 45 8 13 4 13 4 12 8 13 7 13 6 15 7 9 6 7 3 8

CONF W L 10 0 9 1 9 1 9 2 7 2 7 3 7 3 8 4 5 3 8 5 7 5 6 6 6 7 2 3 5 8 4 7 2 6 2 7 2 8 2 10 1 9 1 10 0 10 CONF W L 15 1 8 1 11 2 8 2 7 4 4 3 5 4 8 7 7 7 6 6 5 5 4 4 5 6 5 7 3 5 3 5 4 8 2 4 3 7 2 8 2 10 1 12

Pts. 812 760 726 921

Opp. 463 646 603 692

496 456 806 852 715 778 604 555 564 636 422 536 654 603 608 397 392 292

411 428 707 754 665 590 567 581 669 656 589 628 746 746 837 460 378 386

ALL W L 20 0 18 2 16 3 16 4 13 4 17 6 16 6 16 9 6 5 16 6 11 6 6 7 10 11 10 4 11 13 14 11 5 9 5 8 3 12 5 14 6 16 1 10 6 10

Pts. 652 753 591 769 526 729 N/A 885 305 752 541 369 687 516 792 806 386 346 436 496 638 348 N/A

Opp. 395 571 408 574 426 584 N/A 689 299 577 406 369 661 392 736 643 444 336 640 634 765 429 N/A

ALL W L 23 2 18 4 14 6 15 3 8 6 14 7 14 7 11 13 16 8 15 9 8 8 7 8 11 9 10 9 6 7 5 9 11 10 6 9 5 10 4 12 7 13 1 17

Pts. 637 718 618 679 487 565 725 796 913 707 386 531 591 680 385 405 669 490 382 408 N/A 372

Opp. 491 558 474 469 411 485 553 782 742 517 359 509 520 653 388 530 626 441 452 497 N/A 640


YEAR-BY-YEAR STANDINGS 1931-32 Maryland Kentucky Auburn Alabama North Carolina Virginia Georgia Georgia Tech Mississippi North Carolina State Duke Louisiana State Tennessee South Carolina Vanderbilt Mississippi State Tulane Florida Washington & Lee Virginia Tech Clemson University of South VMI 1932-33

1933-34 South Carolina North Carolina Maryland Duke North Carolina State Washington & Lee VMI Virginia Virginia Tech Clemson 1934-35 North Carolina Clemson Duke Virginia Maryland North Carolina State South Carolina Washington & Lee VMI Virginia Tech 1935-36 Washington & Lee North Carolina North Carolina State Maryland Clemson Duke Virginia South Carolina Virginia Tech VMI

ALL W L 16 4 15 2 12 3 16 4 16 5 13 8 19 7 7 6 9 6 10 6 14 11 11 9 8 7 9 7 8 11 5 10 N/A 8 12 9 10 8 9 8 12 3 9 0 14

CONF W L 3 0 7 3 7 3 6 3 5 3 5 3 3 7 2 8 1 8 0 1

ALL W L 17 2 16 6 11 9 11 8 12 5 12 6 5 10 4 11 6 10 10 9

1936-37 Pts. 689 743 506 584 678 555 589 470 558 403 720 673 405 445 570 377

Opp. 494 456 431 444 517 505 657 402 481 340 666 625 398 416 644 462

640 487 406 508 323 289

606 492 452 537 401 458

Pts. 828 764 658 633 651 620 425 372 573 597

Opp. 539 627 646 539 494 481 545 496 563 579

Washington & Lee North Carolina Wake Forest North Carolina State Duke South Carolina Richmond Virginia Furman Maryland Davidson VMI Virginia Tech Clemson The Citadel William & Mary

CONF W L 11 1 14 3 9 4 14 7 11 6 7 4 5 4 6 7 3 4 5 8 5 8 5 11 4 9 2 7 0 5 0 13

ALL W L 17 4 18 5 15 6 15 9 15 8 13 7 13 7 9 10 8 7 8 12 13 10 6 11 6 11 6 15 7 12 0 18

CONF W L 13 3 10 3 7 3 9 4 9 5 7 4 6 4 6 5 7 8 4 5 4 11 2 6 2 7 2 12 0 8

ALL W L 16 5 13 6 13 5 16 7 15 9 15 5 15 9 12 9 7 12 6 8 9 12 6 12 4 11 3 21 2 10

CONF W L 15 3 8 3 8 3 7 3 9 7 7 6 8 7 8 8 6 6 6 6 5 5 4 9 2 8 2 10 0 10

ALL W L Pts. 18 6 1,183 13 9 997 15 9 963 14 5 791 19 9 1,208 10 7 641 10 11 817 10 12 886 16 8 953 7 10 600 10 10 648 9 10 814 5 18 716 3 14 546 6 16 783

Opp. 971 844 874 713 1,050 613 804 857 824 664 681 788 896 789 968

CONF W L 13 2 11 2 7 3 10 5 7 5 9 7 5 4 6 5 6 5 4 6 5 10 4 11 3 10 2 9 1 9

ALL W L Pts. 19 7 1,075 23 3 1,210 13 5 666 13 9 990 14 9 897 9 12 853 10 6 549 8 9 593 12 11 950 11 11 833 8 11 657 8 13 790 5 13 586 3 12 461 3 16 599

Opp. 922 934 557 821 821 844 477 627 885 864 794 934 708 590 784

1940-41 Pts. 876 864 789 925 812 689 704 569 472 746 871 571 461 643 586 444

Opp. 585 671 663 739 728 631 572 567 479 734 815 658 617 765 629 808

North Carolina William & Mary South Carolina Washington & Lee Duke VMI Richmond Wake Forest Clemson Davidson North Carolina State Virginia Tech The Citadel Furman Maryland 1941-42

CONF W L 6 0 12 2 6 1 9 4 6 5 4 5 3 6 1 9 1 10 0 6

ALL W L 18 1 18 4 11 8 18 6 11 6 10 6 4 10 7 11 1 15 7 12

Pts. 857 730 620 828 590 541 335 565 381 505

Opp. 501 528 589 633 509 515 452 495 599 578

CONF W L 12 1 3 1 10 4 7 5 4 3 6 5 5 7 4 8 2 9 1 11

ALL W L 23 2 15 3 18 8 13 9 8 10 10 9 15 9 10 10 3 14 3 16

Pts. 828 661 866 704 622 607 812 661 448 421

Opp. 606 464 758 614 611 581 692 587 576 639

CONF W L 10 1 13 3 10 3 4 3 5 5 4 5 4 8 1 6 1 9 0 10

ALL W L Pts. 18 2 829 21 4 887 15 4 724 14 6 812 15 7 749 20 6 1,070 11 13 764 10 8 600 5 17 617 3 14 570

Opp. 587 720 565 709 637 777 898 614 768 738

1937-38 North Carolina North Carolina State The Citadel Clemson Duke Richmond Maryland Washington & Lee Wake Forest Virginia Tech Davidson Furman VMI South Carolina William & Mary 1938-39 Wake Forest Washington & Lee Maryland The Citadel Davidson North Carolina State North Carolina Duke Clemson VMI Richmond William & Mary South Carolina Virginia Tech Furman 1939-40 Duke North Carolina Washington & Lee Wake Forest Maryland Clemson Richmond The Citadel William & Mary Furman North Carolina State Davidson South Carolina VMI Virginia Tech

Pts. 828 720 664 916 854 670 939 770 744 438 832 N/A 414 701 372

Opp. 670 661 578 771 826 560 839 653 756 467 747 N/A 511 954 499

Duke George Washington Wake Forest North Carolina State South Carolina William & Mary North Carolina Washington & Lee Furman VMI Richmond Virginia Tech Maryland Davidson Clemson The Citadel 1942-43 Duke George Washington South Carolina Davidson The Citadel William & Mary VMI North Carolina State Maryland Richmond North Carolina Virginia Tech Washington & Lee Wake Forest Clemson 1943-44 North Carolina Virginia Tech Duke Maryland Richmond Davidson Clemson South Carolina North Carolina State William & Mary The Citadel VMI 620 1944-45 South Carolina Richmond Duke North Carolina The Citadel North Carolina State William & Mary Clemson Maryland Virginia Tech Davidson VMI Wake Forest Furman

CONF W L 14 1 8 3 8 3 9 4 8 4 8 4 7 5 7 6 7 8 5 7 6 9 4 8 1 8 1 10 0 13

ALL W L 19 9 15 10 15 9 11 11 14 8 10 6 11 10 9 9 8 14 11 12 6 9 8 13 6 12 4 13 1 21

Pts. 1,336 1,112 975 794 932 625 730 805 1,035 1,041 584 906 788 609 664

Opp. 1,050 1,043 905 694 800 595 737 802 1,130 1,033 691 899 872 733 1,040

CONF W L 15 1 8 3 13 5 9 4 8 4 8 4 9 5 7 7 7 8 5 9 4 8 4 8 3 8 3 8 2 10 1 12

ALL W L 22 2 11 9 16 8 15 7 12 9 15 9 14 9 7 10 10 9 7 11 9 9 10 10 7 15 12 13 3 14 2 14

Pts. 1,263 923 1,076 1,059 896 1,000 941 N/A 721 711 667 862 802 914 598 567

Opp. 966 709 1,010 917 863 908 789 N/A 778 727 681 815 956 1,017 829 719

CONF W L 12 1 8 2 6 3 7 4 5 3 6 4 7 5 7 5 5 5 4 4 8 9 3 6 2 10 1 10 0 10

ALL W L Pts. 20 6 1,404 17 6 1,123 12 6 747 18 6 1,198 8 6 648 11 10 887 8 8 623 7 9 707 8 8 717 11 5 632 12 10 894 7 7 612 7 12 767 1 10 427 3 13 624

Opp. 1,201 1,005 697 1,005 561 915 633 702 671 624 831 615 817 525 793

CONF W L 9 1 4 1 4 2 2 1 2 2 3 4 1 2 1 2 2 5 1 3 0 1 0 5

ALL W L Pts. 17 10 1,173 11 4 623 13 13 1,214 4 14 562 7 6 625 16 7 1,088 1 10 376 12 2 890 5 13 637 10 11 947 2 3 177 0 14 380

CONF W L 9 0 2 0 6 1 11 3 8 4 7 5 3 4 3 5 2 5 1 3 2 7 1 4 0 6 0 8

ALL W L 19 3 3 4 14 8 22 6 16 7 10 11 8 12 8 8 2 14 6 8 9 9 2 10 3 14 2 15

Pts. 1,271 327 1,055 1,483 1,138 841 935 625 570 565 671 355 626 607

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South Carolina Duke Maryland North Carolina State North Carolina Virginia Virginia Tech VMI Washington & Lee Clemson

CONF W L 9 1 9 1 9 2 11 3 6 3 6 3 7 4 5 3 8 5 6 4 6 5 8 8 5 5 2 2 5 7 4 7 5 9 4 10 3 8 2 8 2 9 1 7 0 9

Opp. 1,020 506 1,120 918 603 867 547 599 812 959 165

Opp. 751 307 929 994 933 841 844 665 808 601 861 531 951 795

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YEAR-BY-YEAR STANDINGS 1945-46 North Carolina Duke Virginia Tech Wake Forest Maryland William & Mary Furman George Washington North Carolina State Clemson South Carolina Davidson Richmond The Citadel VMI Washington & Lee

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1946-47 North Carolina State North Carolina Duke George Washington Maryland Richmond South Carolina Washington & Lee William & Mary Davidson Wake Forest Furman Virginia Tech Clemson VMI The Citadel 1947-48 North Carolina State George Washington North Carolina Maryland Davidson Virginia Tech Duke Wake Forest William & Mary South Carolina Washington & Lee The Citadel Richmond Furman Clemson VMI 1948-49 North Carolina State William & Mary North Carolina George Washington Davidson South Carolina Wake Forest Maryland Virginia Tech Duke Clemson Washington & Lee Richmond VMI Furman The Citadel

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CONF W L 13 1 12 2 7 3 8 5 5 4 5 5 4 4 4 5 5 7 5 7 4 7 5 9 3 7 1 6 1 6 0 4

ALL W L Pts. 30 5 1,944 21 6 1,284 12 8 N/A 12 6 747 9 12 794 10 10 935 16 3 911 5 9 N/A 6 12 703 9 11 922 9 11 931 13 12 1,069 8 12 728 7 11 744 1 10 285 2 11 N/A

Opp. 1,349 1,036 N/A 718 908 834 757 N/A 881 878 891 1,075 768 862 519 N/A

CONF W L 11 2 10 2 10 4 9 4 9 5 8 5 7 5 7 6 6 6 7 7 8 9 5 7 4 9 2 12 1 11 1 11

ALL W L 26 5 19 8 19 8 21 7 14 10 17 9 17 8 16 7 14 12 17 8 11 13 9 10 13 13 7 13 4 15 5 11

Pts. 1,866 1,433 1,461 1,600 1,201 1,344 1,364 1,504 1,299 1,500 1,174 961 1,318 1,014 934 734

Opp. 1,435 1,250 1,301 1,318 1,276 1,252 1,199 1,177 1,229 1,199 1,219 950 1,285 1,205 1,091 902

CONF W L 12 0 13 3 11 4 9 6 10 7 7 5 8 6 8 7 8 7 8 7 5 9 4 8 4 9 3 10 3 14 1 12

ALL W L 29 3 19 7 20 7 11 14 19 9 14 9 17 12 18 11 13 10 12 11 7 16 8 9 8 14 11 15 6 17 3 17

Pts. 2,409 1,504 1,454 1,339 1,604 1,205 1,573 1,678 1,233 1,334 1,234 826 1,182 1,409 1,257 941

Opp. 1,511 1,268 1,219 1,400 1,375 1,128 1,463 1,527 1,142 1,268 1,414 878 1,217 1,610 1,397 1,128

CONF W L 14 1 10 3 13 5 9 4 11 6 7 6 7 7 7 7 6 8 5 7 6 9 5 9 5 10 3 8 4 11 0 11

ALL W L 25 8 24 10 20 8 18 8 18 8 10 12 11 13 9 18 10 13 13 9 10 11 10 12 8 15 3 16 8 14 1 17

Pts. 2,051 2,193 1,605 1,530 1,459 1,250 1,287 1,468 1,205 1,177 1,213 1,309 N/A 937 1,249 733

Opp. 1,580 1,711 1,484 1,352 1,265 1,287 1,359 1,606 1,307 1,088 1,140 1,468 N/A 1,213 1,384 1,035

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1952-53 North Carolina State Wake Forest Maryland West Virginia Furman Duke Richmond North Carolina George Washington Clemson South Carolina William & Mary Virginia Tech Davidson VMI Washington & Lee The Citadel

West Virginia finished atop the SoCon standings eight times in nine seasons from 1955-63 with stars such as Jerry West, “Hot” Rod Hundley (above) and Rod Thorn. 1949-50 North Carolina State William & Mary George Washington South Carolina North Carolina Virginia Tech Wake Forest Duke Clemson Davidson Furman Washington & Lee Maryland Richmond The Citadel VMI 1950-51 North Carolina State West Virginia Clemson Duke William & Mary Virginia Tech South Carolina Maryland North Carolina Wake Forest George Washington Richmond Washington & Lee Davidson The Citadel VMI Furman 1951-52 West Virginia North Carolina State Duke Clemson George Washington Furman Maryland William & Mary South Carolina Wake Forest North Carolina Virginia Tech Richmond Washington & Lee Davidson VMI The Citadel

CONF W L 12 2 12 4 12 4 12 5 13 6 9 5 11 8 9 7 8 8 6 12 4 8 4 9 5 13 4 13 2 10 2 11

ALL W L 27 6 23 9 17 8 13 9 17 12 16 9 14 16 15 15 10 10 10 16 9 12 8 12 7 18 8 16 4 16 4 17

Pts. 2,156 1,944 1,607 1,219 1,652 1,618 1,717 1,764 1,241 1,565 1,112 1,313 1,454 1,411 924 1,198

Opp. 1,705 1,763 1,508 1,192 1,596 1,505 1,698 1,740 1,189 1,616 1,168 1,415 1,521 1,546 1,224 1,477

CONF W L 13 1 9 3 9 4 13 6 13 6 9 5 12 7 11 8 9 8 8 9 8 9 5 10 5 13 5 15 2 7 3 11 1 13

ALL W L 30 7 18 9 11 7 20 13 20 11 19 10 13 12 16 11 12 15 16 14 12 12 7 14 8 17 7 19 7 10 3 18 3 20

Pts. 2,842 1,985 1,221 2,356 2,063 2,149 1,633 1,413 1,767 1,975 1,661 1,145 1,307 1,976 1,027 1,212 1,251

Opp. 2,377 1,747 1,124 2,301 1,846 1,995 1,522 1,431 1,790 1,949 1,711 1,257 1,464 1,833 1,103 1,473 1,664

CONF W L 15 1 12 2 13 3 11 4 12 6 9 5 9 5 10 6 8 7 7 9 8 11 3 10 3 11 3 11 4 15 2 13 1 11

ALL W L 23 4 24 10 24 6 17 7 15 9 18 6 13 9 15 13 14 10 10 19 12 15 4 16 7 15 6 21 7 18 3 21 8 20

Pts. 2,172 2,331 2,320 1,707 1,747 1,800 1,245 2,013 1,667 1,883 1,741 1,378 1,434 N/A 1,593 1,417 1,715

Opp. 1,717 2,075 1,989 1,596 1,688 1,649 1,116 1,991 1,624 2,070 1,794 1,535 1,593 N/A 1,765 1,795 1,990

1953-54 George Washington Furman Richmond West Virginia William & Mary VMI Davidson Washington & Lee Virginia Tech The Citadel 1954-55 West Virginia George Washington Richmond Washington & Lee Furman William & Mary Davidson VMI Virginia Tech The Citadel 1955-56 George Washington West Virginia Virginia Tech Richmond William & Mary Furman Davidson Washington & Lee VMI The Citadel 1956-57 West Virginia Washington & Lee Virginia Tech Furman Richmond William & Mary The Citadel Davidson George Washington VMI 1957-58 West Virginia Virginia Tech George Washington The Citadel William & Mary Richmond Davidson Furman Washington & Lee VMI

CONF W L 13 3 12 3 12 3 11 3 10 3 12 4 13 5 15 6 12 6 6 8 7 12 6 13 4 13 3 14 1 14 1 17 0 11

ALL W L 26 6 22 7 15 8 19 7 21 6 18 8 20 7 17 10 15 7 8 10 11 13 10 13 4 19 4 16 5 19 2 20 4 14

Pts. 2,663 2,236 1,406 2,162 2,433 2,180 2,143 2,012 1,892 1,227 1,664 1,817 1,547 1,344 1,543 N/A 1,192

Opp. 2,132 2,004 1,256 1,926 1,973 2,039 1,917 1,877 1,602 1,269 1,811 1,735 1,883 1,630 1,852 N/A 1,441

CONF W L 10 0 6 1 10 3 6 4 6 5 6 7 3 5 3 9 3 13 1 7

ALL W L 23 3 20 9 23 8 12 11 9 13 11 12 7 15 6 17 3 24 1 18

Pts. 2,093 2,658 2,451 1,899 1,479 1,683 1,475 1,464 1,685 1,162

Opp. 1,693 2,299 2,126 1,747 1,603 1,667 1,634 1,699 2,214 1,570

CONF W L 9 1 8 2 10 4 8 5 6 4 7 5 4 6 4 9 4 14 0 10

ALL W L 19 11 24 6 19 9 16 13 17 10 11 14 8 13 8 15 7 20 0 17

Pts. 2,406 2,349 2,371 2,446 2,572 2,035 1,405 1,623 1,932 1,043

Opp. 2,378 1,974 2,064 2,235 2,236 2,136 1,676 1,821 2,163 1,486

CONF W L 10 2 10 2 10 7 8 6 9 7 7 7 5 7 5 8 3 11 0 10

ALL W L 19 7 21 9 14 11 16 13 12 14 12 16 10 15 12 16 4 19 2 19

Pts. 2,090 2,369 1,906 2,317 1,955 2,492 1,869 2,096 1,580 1,324

Opp. 1,868 2,230 1,729 2,122 2,094 2,401 1,948 2,126 1,882 1,950

CONF W L 12 0 10 3 12 5 7 5 9 7 7 11 5 9 4 8 3 9 1 13

ALL W L 25 5 20 7 14 8 10 17 15 11 9 18 11 14 7 20 3 21 4 22

Pts. 2,524 1,993 1,548 2,200 1,924 1,968 1,807 1,828 1,580 1,700

Opp. 2,144 1,802 1,421 2,323 1,839 2,071 1,852 1,983 1,839 2,036

CONF W L 12 0 10 5 8 4 9 6 9 9 8 8 4 8 4 8 4 9 1 12

ALL W L 26 2 11 8 12 11 16 11 15 14 14 12 9 15 10 16 9 16 4 17

Pts. 2,433 1,419 1,633 1,777 2,110 1,780 1,466 1,970 1,726 1,357

Opp. 1,917 1,271 1,593 1,713 2,104 1,777 1,555 2,187 1,877 1,698


YEAR-BY-YEAR STANDINGS 1958-59 West Virginia Virginia Tech The Citadel William & Mary Richmond Furman George Washington Davidson VMI

ALL W L 29 5 16 5 15 5 13 11 11 11 14 12 14 11 9 15 5 13

CONF W L 12 1 9 2 10 5 8 4 7 5 6 7 3 11 2 12 0 10

ALL W L 20 6 26 5 15 11 15 8 15 11 9 16 4 16 7 18 5 19

CONF W L 11 1 12 3 10 3 9 6 6 7 5 11 3 9 3 11 2 10

ALL W L 23 4 15 7 17 8 14 10 15 11 9 14 9 17 5 17 9 14

1965-66 Pts. 2,884 1,758 1,354 1,730 1,531 1,965 1,938 1,567 1,137

Opp. 2,462 1,419 1,265 1,652 1,658 1,965 1,721 1,556 1,350

Davidson West Virginia William & Mary Richmond East Carolina Furman VMI The Citadel George Washington

CONF W L 11 1 8 2 8 3 9 7 5 7 4 8 5 11 4 9 3 9

ALL W L 21 7 19 9 13 12 12 13 11 15 9 17 5 18 7 16 3 18

CONF W L 9 1 8 4 8 5 9 7 6 7 5 7 4 6 4 8 4 12

ALL W L 19 9 15 12 14 11 11 12 8 17 6 18 9 15 7 17 5 16

CONF W L 9 1 9 2 6 5 8 7 6 6 7 8 6 7 4 10 2 12

ALL W L 24 5 19 9 11 14 9 12 13 14 12 13 9 16 6 18 5 19

1972-73 Pts. 2,403 2,423 1,770 2,119 2,023 1,862 1,782 1,669 1,584

Opp. 2,013 2,334 1,792 2,170 2,035 2,220 1,880 1,795 1,952

Davidson Furman East Carolina The Citadel William & Mary Richmond Appalachian State VMI 1973-74

1959-60 Virginia Tech West Virginia William & Mary The Citadel George Washington Furman VMI Richmond Davidson 1960-61 West Virginia Virginia Tech The Citadel William & Mary Furman Richmond George Washington VMI Davidson 1961-62 West Virginia Virginia Tech Furman George Washington Davidson VMI The Citadel Richmond William & Mary

CONF W L 12 1 9 3 8 5 6 7 5 6 6 8 4 8 5 11 5 11

ALL W L 24 6 19 6 15 12 9 15 14 11 9 11 8 15 6 21 7 17

CONF W L 11 2 8 3 10 5 9 6 6 6 6 6 6 10 3 13 2 10

ALL W L 23 8 20 7 15 9 14 14 8 15 12 12 6 15 7 18 3 20

1966-67 Pts. 2,127 2,775 1,938 1,724 1,999 1,915 1,615 1,674 1,551

Opp. 1,847 2,351 1,914 1,533 1,921 2,034 2,034 1,938 1,821

West Virginia Davidson William & Mary Richmond The Citadel George Washington Furman East Carolina VMI 1967-68

Pts. 2,325 1,854 2,017 1,801 1,910 1,763 2,073 1,694 1,549

Opp. 2,100 1,629 1,946 1,719 1,879 1,846 2,202 1,784 1,606

Davidson West Virginia The Citadel VMI Furman Richmond East Carolina William & Mary George Washington 1968-69

Pts. 2,562 2,047 2,025 1,752 1,726 1,469 1,669 1,812 1,633

Opp. 2,221 1,831 1,999 1,949 1,744 1,559 1,734 2,015 1,737

Davidson East Carolina George Washington Richmond Furman The Citadel William & Mary VMI 1969-70

1962-63 West Virginia Davidson William & Mary Furman George Washington Virginia Tech VMI Richmond The Citadel 1963-64 Davidson West Virginia Virginia Tech VMI Furman George Washington William & Mary The Citadel Richmond 1964-65 Davidson Virginia Tech The Citadel West Virginia George Washington William & Mary Richmond VMI Furman East Carolina

Pts. 2,554 2,061 1,676 1,937 1,618 1,758 1,544 1,624 1,518

Opp. 2,311 1,777 1,551 2,018 1,699 1,743 1,644 1,851 1,802

CONF W L 9 2 11 3 7 3 7 7 7 8 5 7 5 9 4 8 4 12

ALL W L 22 4 18 10 16 7 12 12 11 15 11 15 9 13 11 10 6 16

Pts. 2,322 2,178 1,813 1,783 1,652 2,002 1,505 1,528 1,498

Opp. 1,832 2,108 1,708 1,851 1,677 2,067 1,475 1,527 1,721

CONF W L 12 0 8 3 8 5 8 6 6 7 6 8 6 10 5 9 1 13 0 0

ALL W L 24 2 13 10 13 11 14 15 10 13 12 13 10 16 8 13 6 19 12 10

Pts. 2,300 1,878 1,872 2,315 1,728 1,667 1,880 1,560 1,877 1,660

Opp. 1,843 1,775 1,814 2,322 1,800 1,678 2,012 1,612 2,066 1,646

Davidson East Carolina George Washington Furman William & Mary The Citadel Richmond VMI

CONF W L 9 0 9 2 7 5 6 8 5 6 5 8 3 8 3 11

ALL W L 27 3 17 11 14 11 13 14 9 17 13 12 6 20 5 18

Pts. 2,442 2,033 1,819 1,844 1,974 1,685 1,710 1,630 1,506

Pts. 2,334 2,260 1,779 1,575 1,892 2,052 1,928 1,846 1,586

Pts. 2,613 2,323 2,115 2,317 1,921 1,927 1,760 1,725

Opp. 2,248 1,971 1,802 1,910 2,116 1,876 1,884 4,837 1,593

Opp. 1,997 2,118 1,856 1,637 2,001 2,140 1,987 1,996 1,944

Opp. 2,209 2,259 2,034 2,336 2,105 2,036 2,075 1,874

CONF W L 10 0 9 2 6 4 5 6 5 7 4 8 4 9 3 10

ALL W L 22 5 16 10 12 15 13 13 11 16 8 16 9 18 6 19

CONF W L 9 1 7 3 7 4 6 5 5 5 3 9 1 11

ALL W L 15 11 11 16 13 11 13 12 15 12 7 21 1 25

Pts. 1,860 1,952 1,902 1,840 2,182 2,023 1,625

Opp. 1,723 2,121 1,865 1,792 2,159 2,270 2,123

CONF W L 8 2 8 3 6 4 7 5 5 6 3 9 2 10 0 0

ALL W L 19 9 17 11 10 17 15 14 12 13 3 19 6 19 8 18

Pts. 2,326 2,592 1,950 2,187 1,945 1,674 1,663 2,065

Opp. 2,139 2,449 2,034 2,280 1,895 2,040 2,071 2,217

Pts. 2,265 2,124 2,011 1,923 2,136 1,666 1,976 1,605

Opp. 1,947 1,973 2,117 1,951 2,219 1,818 2,111 1,905

Furman Richmond Davidson East Carolina William & Mary The Citadel VMI Appalachian State 1974-75 Furman East Carolina William & Mary Richmond VMI Davidson The Citadel Appalachian State 1975-76 VMI William & Mary East Carolina Richmond Appalachian State The Citadel Furman Davidson 1976-77 Furman VMI Appalachian State William & Mary East Carolina Davidson The Citadel Chattanooga Western Carolina Marshall 1977-78

1970-71 Davidson William & Mary East Carolina The Citadel Furman Richmond VMI 1971-72 Davidson Furman William & Mary East Carolina The Citadel Richmond VMI Appalachian State

Appalachian State VMI Marshall Furman Chattanooga Western Carolina Davidson The Citadel 1978-79 Appalachian State Furman The Citadel Western Carolina Marshall Davidson Chattanooga VMI ETSU

CONF W L 9 1 11 2 7 7 6 7 5 6 5 9 3 8 3 9

ALL W L 18 9 20 9 12 12 11 15 10 17 8 16 6 20 7 19

Pts. 2,295 2,500 1,845 1,764 2,043 1,752 1,949 1,706

Opp. 2,160 2,215 1,922 1,864 2,215 1,825 2,334 1,966

CONF W L 11 1 10 4 7 3 8 6 5 6 4 9 3 9 1 11

ALL W L 22 9 16 12 18 9 13 12 9 18 10 14 6 18 6 19

Pts. 2,425 2,096 2,152 1,827 1,862 1,644 1,594 1,752

Opp. 2,247 2,145 2,065 1,807 2,072 1,655 1,683 2,002

CONF W L 12 0 11 3 6 5 7 7 6 6 4 6 2 11 1 11

ALL W L 22 7 19 9 16 12 10 16 13 13 7 19 5 15 3 23

Pts. 2,402 2,348 1,908 2,126 2,108 1,930 1,606 1,633

Opp. 2,166 2,189 1,859 2,284 2,061 2,243 1,751 1,995

CONF W L 9 3 8 3 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 7 5 7 1 9

ALL W L 22 10 15 13 11 15 14 14 13 14 10 17 9 18 5 21

Pts. 2,450 2,008 1,875 2,131 1,795 2,021 2,034 1,906

Opp. 2,164 1,935 2,047 2,123 1,963 2,110 2,224 2,131

CONF W L 8 2 8 2 8 4 7 4 3 9 2 8 2 9 0 0 0 0 0 0

ALL W L 18 10 26 4 17 12 16 14 10 18 5 22 8 19 27 5 8 16 8 19

Pts. 2,347 2,421 1,940 2,176 1,905 1,597 1,882 2,840 1,732 2,187

Opp. 2,236 2,152 1,968 2,012 2,028 1,842 2,105 2,449 1,887 2,376

CONF W L 9 3 7 3 8 5 7 5 7 5 4 8 3 7 2 11

ALL W L 15 13 21 7 14 15 19 11 16 11 7 19 9 18 8 19

Pts. 2,223 2,247 2,279 2,501 2,219 1,765 2,171 1,982

Opp. 2,080 2,067 2,245 2,292 2,191 1,924 2,105 2,097

CONF W L 11 3 9 3 10 4 5 7 5 8 3 7 3 8 2 8 0 0

ALL W L 23 6 20 9 20 7 14 14 11 16 8 19 14 13 12 15 16 11

Pts. 2,087 2,398 2,118 1,928 2,011 2,075 1,988 2,041 2,031

Opp. 1,843 2,112 1,889 4,936 2,068 2,261 1,986 2,151 1,933

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CONF W L 11 0 10 2 7 4 7 7 6 8 5 7 4 7 2 8 2 11

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YEAR-BY-YEAR STANDINGS 1979-80 Furman Marshall Western Carolina ETSU Chattanooga Appalachian State The Citadel VMI Davidson 1980-81 Appalachian State Davidson Chattanooga ETSU Western Carolina Furman Marshall VMI The Citadel

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1981-82 Chattanooga Western Carolina Davidson ETSU Marshall The Citadel Furman Appalachian State VMI

ALL W L 23 7 17 12 17 10 15 13 13 14 12 16 14 13 11 16 8 18

Pts. 2,427 2,131 2,089 2,006 1,859 1,723 1,833 1,973 1,861

Opp. 2,220 2,069 1,887 1,905 1,858 1,760 1,876 2,043 1,984

CONF W L 11 5 11 5 11 5 9 7 9 7 8 8 8 8 3 13 2 14

ALL W L 20 9 13 14 21 9 13 14 18 10 11 16 18 10 4 23 9 17

Pts. 1,922 2,107 2,341 1,969 2,252 1,961 2,281 1,742 1,679

Opp. 1,831 2,161 2,111 1,908 2,071 2,064 2,163 2,083 1,767

CONF W L 15 1 11 5 9 7 8 8 8 8 7 9 7 9 6 10 1 15

ALL W L 27 4 19 8 14 15 13 15 16 11 14 14 11 16 11 15 1 25

CONF W L 15 1 13 3 12 4 9 7 8 8 7 9 4 12 3 13 1 15

ALL W L 26 4 20 8 22 9 17 12 13 15 12 16 9 20 6 21 2 25

CONF W L 13 3 12 4 9 7 8 8 8 8 7 9 6 10 5 11 4 12

ALL W L 25 6 24 7 15 13 13 16 14 14 12 17 9 19 9 19 8 19

1986-87 Marshall Chattanooga Davidson Furman The Citadel VMI Western Carolina Appalachian State ETSU 1987-88 Marshall Furman Davidson ETSU Appalachian State Chattanooga VMI The Citadel Western Carolina 1988-89 Pts. 2,258 2,059 1,785 2,256 2,161 1,901 1,973 1,630 1,611

Opp. 1,871 1,827 1,851 2,194 2,079 1,933 2,013 1,673 2,180

Chattanooga Furman Appalachian State ETSU The Citadel Marshall VMI Western Carolina 1989-90

1982-83 Chattanooga Marshall ETSU Western Carolina Davidson The Citadel Furman Appalachian State VMI 1983-84 Marshall Chattanooga Western Carolina Appalachian State The Citadel Furman ETSU Davidson VMI 1984-85 Chattanooga Marshall The Citadel Western Carolina Appalachian State VMI Davidson Furman ETSU 1985-86 Chattanooga Davidson Marshall Appalachian State ETSU Western Carolina The Citadel Furman VMI

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CONF W L 14 1 10 6 9 7 8 7 7 9 6 10 6 10 6 10 4 11

Pts. 2,159 2,212 2,298 2,155 1,783 1,816 1,752 1,607 1,586

Pts. 2,601 2,393 2,174 1,892 2,095 1,979 1,761 1,731 1,640

Opp. 1,864 1,969 2,159 2,016 1,849 1,825 1,907 1,809 1,994

Opp. 2,252 2,043 2,125 1,966 2,070 2,072 1,954 1,811 1,862

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

ALL W L 24 8 21 13 18 11 14 14 14 14 16 14 10 20 7 21 9 18

Pts. 2,286 2,559 2,247 2,031 2,017 1,863 2,017 1,767 1,798

Opp. 2,124 2,361 2,177 1,960 1,936 1,816 2,078 1,900 1,979

CONF W L 12 4 10 6 10 6 9 7 8 8 8 8 5 11 5 11 5 11

ALL W L 21 10 20 11 19 11 17 12 13 16 14 14 10 18 10 17 11 17

Pts. 2,232 2,170 2,285 1,863 2,159 2,022 2,054 1,783 2,004

Opp. 2,097 1,974 2,217 1,900 2,191 2,020 2,165 1,862 2,081

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ETSU Marshall Appalachian State VMI Chattanooga The Citadel Furman Western Carolina 1990-91 Furman ETSU Chattanooga Appalachian State Marshall VMI Western Carolina The Citadel 1991-92 ETSU Chattanooga Furman Appalachian State Western Carolina Marshall VMI The Citadel 1992-93 Chattanooga ETSU Georgia Southern Marshall Davidson The Citadel Appalachian State Furman VMI Western Carolina

CONF W L 15 1 14 2 12 4 10 6 6 10 5 11 4 12 3 13 3 13

ALL W L 25 6 21 8 20 10 17 12 13 15 11 17 10 19 7 21 7 21

Pts. 2,494 2,166 2,276 2,119 2,163 1,991 1,979 1,819 1,948

Opp. 2,258 2,017 2,059 2,061 2,115 2,122 2,133 2,050 2,243

CONF W L 14 2 11 5 9 7 9 7 8 8 8 8 6 10 5 11 2 14

ALL W L 24 8 18 10 15 13 14 15 16 13 20 13 13 17 8 20 8 19

Pts. 2,683 2,101 2,068 2,188 2,210 2,490 2,080 2,000 1,976

Opp. 2,427 1,980 2,055 2,285 2,192 2,390 2,188 2,247 2,101

CONF W L 10 4 9 5 8 6 7 7 7 7 6 8 5 9 4 10

ALL W L 18 12 17 12 20 8 20 11 16 12 15 15 11 17 12 16

Pts. 2,311 2,172 2,130 2,652 2,159 2,530 2,138 1,998

Opp. 2,303 2,216 1,945 2,550 2,045 2,542 2,132 2,023

CONF W L 12 2 9 5 8 6 7 7 7 7 5 9 5 9 3 11

ALL W L 27 7 15 13 19 11 13 15 14 14 12 16 15 16 10 18

Pts. 3,032 2,132 2,452 2,239 2,124 2,076 2,380 2,086

Opp. 2,673 2,061 2,294 2,224 2,109 2,179 2,419 2,196

CONF W L 11 3 11 3 11 3 7 7 7 7 5 9 3 11 1 13

ALL W L 20 9 28 5 19 10 16 14 14 14 10 18 11 17 6 22

Pts. 2,354 3,103 2,344 2,183 2,301 1,997 2,266 2,040

Opp. 2,177 2,534 2,183 2,488 2,336 2,167 2,430 2,379

CONF W L 12 2 12 2 9 5 9 5 5 9 3 11 3 11 3 11

ALL W L 24 7 23 7 17 11 15 14 11 17 7 22 10 18 10 18

Pts. 2,670 2,426 2,188 2,230 2,242 2,093 1,927 1,955

Opp. 2,408 2,157 2,040 2,178 2,361 2,329 2,060 2,194

CONF W L 16 2 12 6 12 6 11 7 10 8 8 10 8 10 8 10 3 15 2 16

ALL W L 26 7 19 10 19 9 16 11 14 14 10 17 13 15 11 17 5 22 6 21

1993-94 Chattanooga Davidson ETSU Appalachian State Georgia Southern Western Carolina Marshall The Citadel Furman VMI 1994-95 North Division Marshall ETSU Davidson VMI Appalachian State South Division Chattanooga Western Carolina The Citadel Furman Georgia Southern

Opp. 2,385 2,254 2,110 2,062 2,040 1,928 2,295 2,142 2,058 2,034

ALL W L 23 7 22 8 16 14 16 11 14 14 12 16 9 18 11 16 10 18 5 23

Pts. 2,451 2,294 2,512 2,070 2,111 2,048 1,990 1,871 1,939 1,807

Opp. 2,309 2,113 2,430 2,055 2,101 2,105 2,219 1,873 2,104 2,059

CONF W L 10 4 9 5 7 7 6 8 4 10

ALL W L 18 9 14 14 14 13 10 17 9 20

Pts. 2,279 2,217 2,004 2,154 1,251

Opp. 2,095 2,205 1,935 2,370 2,285

CONF W L 11 3 8 6 6 8 6 8 3 11

ALL W L 19 11 14 14 11 16 10 17 8 20

Pts. 2,294 2,103 1,837 1,820 1,892

Opp. 2,170 2,160 1,938 1,862 2,095

Pts. 2,618 2,359 2,560 1,992 2,027

Opp. 2,047 2,228 2,351 2,210 2,310

1995-96 North Division

CONF ALL W L W L Davidson 14 0 25 5 VMI 10 4 18 10 Marshall 8 6 17 11 #ETSU 3 11 7 20 Appalachian State 3 11 8 21 #won tiebreaker to earn fourth place South Division Western Carolina Chattanooga Furman The Citadel Georgia Southern 1996-97 North Division Marshall Davidson Appalachian State VMI ETSU South Division

Pts. 2,820 2,413 2,216 2,112 2,078 1,737 2,276 2,093 1,780 1,868

CONF W L 14 4 13 5 13 5 12 6 9 9 8 10 7 11 6 12 6 12 2 16

Chattanooga Western Carolina The Citadel Georgia Southern Furman 1997-98 North Division Davidson Appalachian State VMI Western Carolina ETSU UNCG South Division Chattanooga Wofford The Citadel Furman Georgia Southern

CONF W L 10 4 9 5 6 8 5 9 2 12

ALL W L 17 13 15 12 10 17 10 16 3 23

Pts. 2,415 1,977 1,982 1,795 1,470

Opp. 2,397 1,827 2,128 1,958 1,825

CONF W L 10 4 10 4 8 6 7 7 2 12

ALL W L 20 9 18 10 14 14 12 16 7 20

Pts. 2,314 2,105 1,990 2,170 1,616

Opp. 2,172 1,911 1,953 2,187 1,961

CONF W L 11 3 7 7 6 8 5 9 4 10

ALL W L 24 11 14 13 13 14 10 18 10 17

Pts. 2,674 1,990 1,932 1,722 1,796

Opp. 2,281 2,011 1,857 2,015 1,850

CONF W L 13 2 13 2 8 7 6 9 6 9 6 9

ALL W L 20 10 21 8 14 13 12 15 11 16 9 19

Pts. 2,138 2,089 2,032 1,965 1,772 1,783

Opp. 1,987 1,913 2,027 1,979 1,808 1,986

CONF W L 7 7 6 8 6 8 5 9 4 10

ALL W L 13 15 9 18 15 13 9 20 10 18

Pts. 1,761 1,746 1,816 1,787 1,824

Opp. 1,809 1,892 1,741 1,954 1,909


YEAR-BY-YEAR STANDINGS South Division

CONF W L College of Charleston 12 4 Chattanooga 9 7 The Citadel 9 7 Georgia Southern 9 7 Wofford 7 9 Furman 5 11 2001-02 North Division

Opp. 2,046 2,122 2,039 2,177 2,211 2,300

CONF W L College of Charleston 9 7 Georgia Southern 9 7 Chattanooga 9 7 The Citadel 8 8 Furman 7 9 Wofford 5 11

ALL W L 21 9 16 12 16 14 17 12 17 14 11 18

Pts. 2,082 2,230 2,195 2,115 2,143 1,939

Opp. 1,824 2,088 2,115 1,980 2,046 2,002

ALL W L 21 8 16 11 17 11 12 15 7 20 8 21

Pts. 2,168 2,058 2,027 1,897 1,756 1,854

Opp. 1,916 1,844 1,937 2,020 1,998 2,292

CONF W L College of Charleston 16 0 Chattanooga 9 7 Wofford 8 8 Georgia Southern 6 10 Furman 5 11 The Citadel 3 13

ALL W L 28 3 16 12 11 16 11 17 12 16 9 18

Pts. 2,258 1,898 1,875 1,793 1,878 1,576

Opp. 1,834 1,820 1,912 1,862 1,942 1,678

CONF W L 13 3 10 6 9 7 8 8 7 9 1 15

ALL W L 23 9 15 13 15 13 14 15 14 14 6 23

Pts. 2,530 2,068 2,007 2,003 2,150 2,053

Opp. 2,228 1,973 2,024 2,057 2,248 2,247

CONF W L College of Charleston 13 3 Georgia Southern 10 6 Wofford 8 8 Chattanooga 6 10 The Citadel 5 10 Furman 5 10

ALL W L 24 6 16 12 14 16 10 19 9 20 14 18

Pts. 2,035 2,158 2,078 2,018 1,891 2,252

Opp. 1,759 2,209 2,184 2,102 2,109 2,190

ALL W L 18 10 19 12 11 20 15 17 9 19 6 25

Pts. 2,034 2,282 2,005 2,208 1,905 2,030

Opp. 1,825 2,230 2,186 2,238 2,039 2,341

Appalachian State Davidson ETSU VMI UNCG Western Carolina South Division

1999-2000 North Division Appalachian State Davidson UNCG ETSU Western Carolina VMI South Division

2000-01 North Division ETSU UNCG Appalachian State Davidson VMI Western Carolina

CONF W L 13 3 10 6 7 9 7 9 5 11 3 13

CONF W L 11 5 11 5 11 5 6 10 3 13 3 13

ALL W L 17 10 20 11 19 10 9 19 10 20 7 22

CONF W L College of Charleston 13 3 Chattanooga 11 5 Wofford 8 8 Furman 8 8 Georgia Southern 8 8 The Citadel 3 13

ALL W L 25 8 21 9 14 15 14 17 16 13 8 20

Davidson ETSU Appalachian State Western Carolina VMI UNCG

ALL W L 21 8 17 12 20 9 17 12 9 20 6 22

Pts. 2,337 2,119 2,134 2,123 2,118 1,640

Opp. 2,066 2,054 1,966 1,940 2,266 2,003

CONF W L 10 6 9 7 9 7 5 11 4 12 3 13

ALL W L 20 11 18 12 18 12 8 23 10 19 8 22

Pts. 2,253 2,710 2,192 1,868 2,228 2,094

Opp. 2,034 2,186 2,070 2,090 2,283 2,259

CONF W L Davidson 16 0 College of Charleston 10 6 Georgia Southern 10 6 Furman 9 7 Wofford 7 9 The Citadel 4 12

ALL W L 23 9 18 10 18 13 16 13 14 14 12 16

Pts. 2,316 2,018 2,506 2,120 2,040 1,868

Opp. 2,102 1,897 2,331 1,903 1,961 1,953

CONF W L 10 4 8 6 7 7 6 8 4 10

ALL W L 15 14 19 13 13 17 14 16 12 19

Pts. 1,946 2,320 2,048 2,100 2,132

Opp. 1,977 2,245 2,013 2,113 2,239

CONF W L Georgia Southern 11 4 Davidson 10 5 College of Charleston 9 6 Furman 8 7 Wofford 6 9 The Citadel 1 14

ALL W L 20 10 20 11 17 11 15 13 11 18 10 21

Pts. 2,325 2,403 2,052 2,021 1,947 2,088

Opp. 2,180 2,137 1,861 1,921 1,909 2,249

ALL W L 25 8 16 14 11 20 15 18 7 23

Pts. 2,508 2,083 2,180 2,261 1,874

Opp. 2,239 2,055 2,281 2,256 2,112

2004-05 North Division Pts. 2,192 2,238 2,281 2,180 2,140 2,141

2002-03 North Division

CONF W L Georgia Southern 11 5 Davidson 11 5 College of Charleston 11 5 Furman 8 8 Wofford 4 12 The Citadel 2 14

Chattanooga UNCG Appalachian State Elon ETSU Western Carolina South Division

2005-06 North Division Pts. 2,180 2,543 2,434 2,044 1,952 2,042

Opp. 1,920 2,332 2,309 2,108 2,147 2,193

Elon Chattanooga Western Carolina Appalachian State UNCG South Division

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2003-04 North Division ETSU Chattanooga Elon UNCG Western Carolina Appalachian State

Pts. 2,461 2,435 2,209 2,047 2,226 1,858

Opp. 2,233 2,221 2,142 2,053 2,207 1,933

2006-07 North Division CONF W L 15 1 10 6 7 9 7 9 6 10 4 12

ALL W L 27 6 19 11 12 18 11 17 13 15 9 21

Pts. 2,618 2,463 2,067 2,043 2,092 2,091

Opp. 2,291 2,260 2,200 2,103 1,966 2,170

Appalachian State UNCG Western Carolina Chattanooga Elon

CONF W L 15 3 12 6 7 11 6 12 5 13

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CONF W L 13 3 11 5 9 7 9 7 5 11 2 14

Opp. 1,739 2,094 1,854 2,261 1,928 1,725

ALL W L 21 9 20 10 18 10 12 16 10 18 10 18

South Division

1998-99 North Division

South Division Pts. 1,942 2,195 1,927 2,296 1,990 1,730

CONF W L 11 5 11 5 11 5 6 10 5 11 5 11

Davidson UNCG ETSU Western Carolina Appalachian State VMI

College of Charleston coach John Kresse led the Cougars to a perfect 16-0 record and the SoCon tournament title in their first season in the league (1998-99).

ALL W L 22 7 17 13 16 12 15 15 12 16 10 16

Chris Chalko was Elon’s leading scorer and an All-Southern Conference selection in 2005-06, helping the Phoenix to its first-ever SoCon North Division title.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR STANDINGS South Division

CONF W L Davidson 17 1 College of Charleston 13 5 Furman 8 10 Georgia Southern 7 11 Wofford 5 13 The Citadel 4 14

ALL W L 29 5 22 11 15 16 15 16 10 20 7 23

Pts. 2,765 2,290 2,102 2,144 2,129 1,758

Opp. 2,336 2,166 2,127 2,116 2,256 2,041

2007-08 North Division

CONF ALL W L W L Pts. Chattanooga 13 7 18 13 2,344 Appalachian State 13 7 18 13 2,214 UNCG* 12 8 19 12 2,194 Elon 9 11 14 19 2,074 Western Carolina 6 14 10 21 1,979 * later vacated six wins (including four SoCon wins) South Division

CONF W L Davidson 20 0 Georgia Southern 13 7 College of Charleston 9 11 Wofford 8 12 Furman 6 14 The Citadel 1 19

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2008-09 North Division

ALL W L 29 7 20 12 16 17 16 16 7 23 6 24

Pts. 2,803 2,400 2,391 2,147 1,837 1,903

Opp. 2,274 2,286 2,388 2,136 2,142 2,228

ALL W L 16 15 18 17 16 16 13 18 11 20 5 25

Pts. 2,293 2,657 1,972 2,356 2,041 1,888

Opp. 2,251 2,687 1,990 2,381 2,197 2,216

CONF W L Davidson 18 2 College of Charleston 15 5 The Citadel 15 5 Wofford 12 8 Georgia Southern 5 15 Furman 4 16

ALL W L 27 8 27 9 20 13 16 14 8 22 6 24

Pts. 2,724 2,781 2,203 2,065 2,114 1,830

Opp. 2,306 2,616 2,134 2,070 2,363 2,130

CONF W L 13 5 11 7 6 12 6 12 6 12 5 13

ALL W L 24 13 22 12 15 18 8 23 11 20 9 23

Pts. 2,766 2,525 2,305 1,966 1,789 2,141

Opp. 2,567 2,352 2,379 2,226 1,881 2,335

CONF W L Wofford 15 3 College of Charleston 14 4 Davidson 11 7 The Citadel 9 9 Furman 7 11 Georgia Southern 6 12

ALL W L 26 9 22 12 16 15 16 16 13 17 9 12

Pts. 2,408 2,549 2,202 1,950 2,052 2,260

Opp. 2,134 2,493 2,149 1,914 2,059 2,529

Pts. 2,303 2,274 2,265 2,301 2,204 1,880

Opp. 2,275 2,380 2,269 2,301 2,501 2,072

Pts. 2,821 2,502 2,271 2,392 2,049 2,090

Opp. 2,554 2,313 2,124 2,266 2,237 2,423

South Division

2009-10 North Division Appalachian State Western Carolina Chattanooga UNCG Samford Elon South Division

2014-15 CONF W 10 9 8 8 7 5

CONF W Davidson 16 Wofford 12 Georgia Southern 12 College of Charleston 10 Furman 8 The Citadel 3

UNCG Elon Western Carolina Samford Appalachian State Chattanooga

L 8 9 10 10 11 13

ALL W 13 15 17 11 13 11

L 19 16 18 19 18 21

Pts. 2,231 2,175 2,503 1,984 2,121 2,260

Opp. 2,457 2,226 2.459 2,092 2,175 2,204

L 2 6 6 8 10 15

ALL W 25 19 15 15 15 6

L 8 14 15 16 16 24

Pts. 2,571 2,110 2,110 2,191 2,006 1,925

Opp. 2,238 2,087 2,087 2,117 2,022 2,158

L 5 8 9 9 10 12

ALL W 21 15 14 11 13 9

L 12 16 19 21 19 22

Pts. 2,273 2,211 2,288 1,957 2,218 2,222

Opp. 2,144 2,221 2,299 2,114 2,318 2,286

South Division Opp. 2,260 2,147 2,061 2,156 2,140

CONF W L 11 9 11 9 9 11 9 11 7 13 4 16

Western Carolina Chattanooga Samford Appalachian State Elon UNCG

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2012-13 North Division Elon Appalachian State Western Carolina Samford Chattanooga UNCG

CONF W 13 10 9 9 8 6

South Division

CONF W Davidson 17 College of Charleston 14 Georgia Southern 7 Wofford 7 The Citadel 5 Furman 3 2013-14 Davidson Chattanooga Wofford Elon Western Carolina UNCG Georgia Southern Samford Appalachian State Furman The Citadel

CONF W 15 12 11 11 10 7 6 6 5 3 2

L 1 4 11 11 13 15

ALL W 26 21 14 13 8 7

L 8 11 19 19 22 24

Pts. 2,490 2,297 2,050 1,858 1,931 1,869

Opp. 2,110 2,176 2,148 1,890 2,195 2,180

L 1 4 5 5 6 9 10 10 11 13 14

ALL W 20 18 20 18 19 14 15 13 9 9 7

L 13 15 13 14 15 18 19 20 21 21 26

Pts. 2,591 2,489 2,205 2,392 2,524 2,267 2,406 2,327 2,034 1,955 2,211

Opp. 2,404 2,439 2,054 2,281 2,469 2,373 2,395 2,521 2,152 2,196 2,453

Wofford Chattanooga Mercer Western Carolina ETSU VMI Samford The Citadel UNCG Furman 2015-16 Chattanooga ETSU Furman Wofford Western Carolina UNCG Mercer Samford VMI The Citadel 2016-17 ETSU UNCG Furman Chattanooga Wofford Mercer Samford The Citadel Western Carolina VMI

CONF W 16 15 12 9 8 7 6 6 6 5

L 2 3 6 9 10 11 12 12 12 13

ALL W 28 22 19 15 16 11 13 11 11 11

L 7 10 16 17 14 19 19 19 22 22

Pts. 2,331 2,325 2,334 2,251 2,201 2,415 2,216 1,919 2,290 2,098

Opp. 2,089 2,141 2,196 2,284 2,140 2,428 2,301 2,058 2,337 2,245

CONF W 15 14 11 11 10 10 8 4 4 3

L 3 4 7 7 8 8 10 14 14 15

ALL W 29 21 19 15 16 16 19 14 9 10

L 6 12 6 17 18 18 15 19 21 22

Pts. 2,652 2,813 2,487 2,296 2,479 2,469 2,446 2,440 2,081 2,753

Opp. 2,364 2,687 2,333 2,295 2,490 2,494 2,339 2,442 2,264 2,962

CONF W 14 14 14 10 10 9 8 4 4 3

L 4 4 4 8 8 9 10 14 14 15

ALL W 27 25 23 19 16 15 20 12 9 6

L 8 10 12 12 17 17 16 21 23 24

Pts. 2,964 2,628 2,590 2,314 2,593 2,239 2,834 2,964 1,965 2,057

Opp. 2,438 2,424 2,319 2,132 2,479 2,184 2,733 3,121 2,347 2,346

2010-11 North Division

CONF ALL W L W L Western Carolina 12 6 18 15 Chattanooga 12 6 16 16 Appalachian State 10 8 16 15 Elon 7 11 14 17 UNCG 6 12 7 24 Samford* 4 14 12 19 * later vacated six wins (one SoCon win) South Division

CONF W L College of Charleston 14 4 Wofford 14 4 Furman 12 6 Davidson 10 8 The Citadel 6 12 Georgia Southern 1 17

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ALL W L 26 11 21 13 22 11 18 15 10 22 5 27

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School..................................W-L ....... Pct. .... Tournament champion Chattanooga ..............................10-4........ .714 ..... ETSU ETSU ..............................................12-2........ .857 ..... ETSU ETSU ..............................................11-3........ .786 ..... ETSU Furman ........................................11-3........ .786 Chattanooga ..............................11-3........ .786 ETSU ..............................................12-2........ .857 ..... ETSU Chattanooga ..............................12-2........ .857 Chattanooga ..............................16-2........ .889 ..... Chattanooga Chattanooga ..............................14-4........ .778 ..... Chattanooga North — Marshall .....................10-4........ .714 ..... Chattanooga South — Chattanooga............11-3........ .786 North — Davidson ...................14-0...... 1.000 ..... Western Carolina South — Western Carolina ....10-4........ .714 North — Marshall .....................10-4........ .714 ..... Chattanooga North — Davidson ...................10-4........ .714 South — Chattanooga............11-3........ .786 North — Davidson ...................13-2........ .867 ..... Davidson North — Appalachian State ...13-2........ .867 South — Chattanooga............7-7 .......... .500 North — Appalachian State ...13-3........ .813 ..... College of Charleston South — Coll. of Charleston ....16-0...... 1.000 North — Appalachian State ...13-3........ .813 ..... Appalachian State South — Coll. of Charleston ....13-3........ .813 North — ETSU ............................13-3........ .813 ..... UNCG South — Coll. of Charleston ....12-4........ .750 North — Davidson ...................11-5........ .688 ..... Davidson North — UNCG ..........................11-5........ .688 North — ETSU ............................11-5........ .688 South — Coll. of Charleston ....9-7 .......... .562 South — Georgia Southern ..9-7 .......... .562 South — Chattanooga............9-7 .......... .562 North — Davidson ...................11-5........ .688 ..... ETSU North — ETSU ............................11-5........ .688 North — Appalachian State ...11-5........ .688 South — Coll. of Charleston ....13-3........ .812 North — ETSU ............................15-1........ .938 ..... ETSU South — Georgia Southern ..11-5........ .688 South — Davidson ...................11-5........ .688 South — Coll. of Charleston ....11-5........ .688 North — Chattanooga ............10-6........ .625 ..... Chattanooga South — Davidson ...................16-0...... 1.000 North — Elon .............................10-4........ .714 ..... Davidson South — Georgia Southern ..11-3........ .744 North — Appalachian State..15-3........ .833 ..... Davidson South — Davidson ...................17-1........ .944 North — Appalachian State..13-7........ .650 ..... Davidson North — Chattanooga ............13-7........ .650 South — Davidson ...................20-0...... 1.000 North — Western Carolina ....11-9........ .550 ..... Chattanooga North — Chattanooga ............11-9........ .550 South — Davidson ...................18-2........ .900 North — Appalachian State..13-5........ .722 ..... Wofford South — Wofford ......................15-3........ .833 North — Western Carolina ....12-6........ .667 ..... Wofford North — Chattanooga ............12-6........ .667 South — Coll. of Charleston .14-4........ .778 South — Wofford ......................14-4........ .778 North — UNCG ..........................10-8........ .556 ..... Davidson South — Davidson ...................16-2........ .889 North — Elon .............................13-5........ .722 ..... Davidson South — Davidson ...................17-1........ .944 Davidson ......................................15-1........ .938 ..... Wofford Wofford.........................................16-2........ .889 ..... Wofford Chattanooga ..............................15-3........ .833 ..... Chattanooga ETSU ..............................................14-4........ .778 ..... ETSU Furman .........................................14-4........ .778 UNCG.............................................14-4........ .778

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School..................................W-L ....... Pct. .... Tournament champion ......................................................................................... Kentucky Virginia..........................................5-0 ........ 1.000 ..... North Carolina North Carolina ...........................5-0 ........ 1.000 ..... Mississippi State Tulane ...........................................10-0...... 1.000 ..... North Carolina North Carolina ...........................8-0 ........ 1.000 ..... North Carolina Kentucky ......................................8-0 ........ 1.000 ..... North Carolina South Carolina ...........................9-1 .......... .900 ..... Vanderbilt Washington & Lee.....................7-1 ......... .875 ..... Mississippi Washington & Lee.....................7-1 .......... .875 ..... North Carolina State Alabama .......................................10-0...... 1.000 ..... Alabama Georgia .........................................15-1........ .938 ..... Maryland Kentucky ......................................9-1 .......... .900 ..... Georgia Maryland ......................................9-1 .......... .900 South Carolina ...........................3-0 ........ 1.000 ..... South Carolina South Carolina ...........................6-0 ........ 1.000 ..... Washington & Lee North Carolina ...........................12-1........ .923 ..... North Carolina Washington & Lee.....................10-0...... 1.000 ..... North Carolina Washington & Lee.....................11-1........ .917 ..... Washington & Lee North Carolina ...........................13-3........ .813 ..... Duke Wake Forest.................................15-3........ .833 ..... Clemson Duke ..............................................13-2........ .867 ..... North Carolina North Carolina ...........................14-1........ .933 ..... Duke Duke ..............................................15-1........ .938 ..... Duke Duke ..............................................12-1........ .923 ..... George Washington North Carolina ...........................9-1 .......... .900 ..... Duke South Carolina ...........................9-0 ........ 1.000 ..... North Carolina North Carolina ...........................13-1........ .929 ..... Duke North Carolina State ................11-2........ .846 ..... North Carolina State North Carolina State ................12-0...... 1.000 ..... North Carolina State North Carolina State ................14-1........ .933 ..... North Carolina State North Carolina State ................12-2........ .857 ..... North Carolina State North Carolina State ................13-1........ .929 ..... North Carolina State West Virginia ...............................15-1........ .938 ..... North Carolina State North Carolina State ................13-3........ .813 ..... Wake Forest George Washington .................10-0...... 1.000 ..... George Washington West Virginia ...............................9-1 .......... .900 ..... West Virginia George Washington .................10-2........ .833 ..... West Virginia West Virginia ...............................10-2........ .833 West Virginia ...............................12-0...... 1.000 ..... West Virginia West Virginia ...............................12-0...... 1.000 ..... West Virginia West Virginia ...............................11-0...... 1.000 ..... West Virginia Virginia Tech ...............................12-1........ .923 ..... West Virginia West Virginia ...............................11-1........ .917 ..... George Washington West Virginia ...............................12-1........ .923 ..... West Virginia West Virginia ...............................11-2........ .846 ..... West Virginia Davidson ......................................9-2 .......... .818 ..... VMI Davidson ......................................12-0...... 1.000 ..... West Virginia Davidson ......................................11-1........ .917 ..... Davidson West Virginia ...............................9-1 .......... .900 ..... West Virginia Davidson ......................................9-1 .......... .900 ..... Davidson Davidson ......................................9-0 ........ 1.000 ..... Davidson Davidson ......................................10-0...... 1.000 ..... Davidson Davidson ......................................9-1 .......... .900 ..... Furman Davidson ......................................8-2 .......... .800 ..... East Carolina Davidson ......................................9-1 .......... .900 ..... Furman Furman .........................................11-1........ .917 ..... Furman Furman .........................................12-0...... 1.000 ..... Furman VMI .................................................9-3 .......... .750 ..... VMI Furman .........................................8-2 .......... .800 ..... VMI VMI .................................................8-2 .......... .800 Appalachian State ....................9-3 .......... .750 ..... Furman Appalachian State ....................11-3........ .786 ..... Appalachian State Furman .........................................14-1........ .933 ..... Furman Appalachian State ....................11-5........ .688 ..... Chattanooga Davidson .....................................11-5........ .688 Chattanooga ..............................11-5........ .688 Chattanooga ..............................15-1........ .938 ..... Chattanooga Chattanooga ..............................15-1........ .938 ..... Chattanooga Marshall ........................................13-3........ .813 ..... Marshall Chattanooga ..............................14-2........ .875 ..... Marshall Chattanooga ..............................12-4........ .750 ..... Davidson Marshall ........................................15-1........ .938 ..... Marshall Marshall ........................................14-2........ .875 ..... Chattanooga

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SOCON TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1921 Southern Intercollegiate Basketball Tournament Atlanta, Ga. First Round, Feb. 25-26, 1921 Mercer 50, South Carolina 22 Kentucky 50, Tulane 28 Mississippi A&M 41, Furman 7 Millsaps 46, Tennessee 29 Georgia 47, Newberry 23 Alabama Polytechnic Institute 45, Clemson 25 Georgia Tech 53, Birmingham Southern 11 Quarterfinals, Feb. 28, 1921 Kentucky 49, Mercer 25 Mississippi A&M 28, Millsaps 11 Georgia 32, Alabama Polytechnic Institute 24 Georgia Tech 31, Alabama 22 Semifinals, March 1, 1921 Kentucky 20, Mississippi A&M 13 Georgia 26, Georgia Tech 21

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Championship, March 2, 1921 Kentucky 20, Georgia 19 1922 Southern Intercollegiate Basketball Tournament Atlanta, Ga. First Round, Feb. 24, 1922 Vanderbilt 37, The Citadel 22 Newberry 32, Auburn 21 Tulane 31, Clemson 20 North Carolina 35, Howard 22 Kentucky 42, Georgetown (Ky.) 21 Chattanooga 57, Furman 30 Georgia 43, Oglethorpe 12 Mercer 32, Centre 27 Second Round, Feb. 25, 1922 North Carolina 32, Newberry 27 Georgia Tech 34, Mississippi State 30 South Carolina 34, Wofford 18 Tennessee 19, Mississippi College 18 Chattanooga 25, Tulane 21 Mercer 35, Kentucky 22 Georgia 27, Vanderbilt 26 Quarterfinals, Feb. 27, 1922 Alabama 29, Tennessee 25 Georgia Tech 34, South Carolina 23 Mercer 25, Chattanooga 18 North Carolina 33, Georgia 25 Semifinals, March 1, 1922 North Carolina 20, Alabama 11 Mercer 29, Georgia Tech 14 Consolation, March 2, 1922 Georgia Tech 33, Alabama 25 Championship, March 2, 1922 North Carolina 40, Mercer 25 NORTH CAROLINA – C. Carmichael 16, McDonald 10, P. Carmichael 6, Perry 6, Purser 2. MERCER – Harmon 18, Pope 6, Gamble 2. Halftime – North Carolina 21, Mercer 10.

1923 Southern Intercollegiate Basketball Tournament Atlanta, Ga. First Round, Feb. 27, 1923 Furman 40, Millsaps 21 Centre 27, Clemson 23 Vanderbilt 36, Louisiana State 10 North Carolina 28, Mississippi College 21 Chattanooga 43, Georgetown (Ky.) 27 Alabama 44, Wofford 25 Georgia 23, Tennessee 19 Mercer 45, Auburn 24 Second Round, Feb. 28, 1923 Mississippi State 47, Furman 21 Alabama 49, South Carolina 24 Mississippi 34, North Carolina 32 Virginia Tech 26, Vanderbilt 23 Georgia Tech 34, Centre 26 Mercer 34, Newberry 22 Quarterfinals, March 1, 1923 Mercer 28, Alabama 23 Chattanooga 38, Virginia Tech 23 Mississippi State 33, Mississippi 25 Georgia Tech 27, Georgia 22 Semifinals, March 2, 1923 Chattanooga 24, Mercer 19 Mississippi State 25, Georgia Tech 17 Consolation, March 3, 1923 Mercer 30, Georgia Tech 21

Cartwright Carmichael led North Carolina to tournament titles in 1922 and 1924 while becoming the Tar Heels’ first-ever All-American.

Championship, March 3, 1923 Mississippi State 31, Chattanooga 21 MISSISSIPPI STATE – Norris 12, Perkins 9, Sikes 8, Bryant 2. CHATTANOOGA – Barnes 8, Hill 6, Redd 5, Dyer 2. Halftime – Mississippi State 14, Chattanooga 7.

1925 Atlanta, Ga. Preliminary Round, Feb. 28, 1925 Virginia 31, South Carolina 25 North Carolina 42, Virginia Tech 13

1924 Atlanta, Ga. Preliminary Round, Feb. 28, 1924 Clemson 17, Florida 15 First Round, Feb. 29, 1924 Tulane 60, South Carolina 23 Maryland 34, VMI 19 Alabama 44, Mississippi 42 Vanderbilt 42, Clemson 13 Mississippi State 35, Tennessee 18 Auburn 35, Georgia Tech 29 Georgia 36, Washington & Lee 24 North Carolina 41, Kentucky 20 Quarterfinals, March 1, 1924 North Carolina 37, Vanderbilt 20 Mississippi State 38, Tulane 30 Georgia 29, Maryland 25 Alabama 40, Auburn 19 Semifinals, March 3, 1924 Alabama 37, Georgia 20 North Carolina 33, Mississippi St. 23 Championship, March 4, 1924 North Carolina 26, Alabama 18 NORTH CAROLINA – Cobb 15, Carmichael 6, Devin 4, McDonald 1. ALABAMA – Carter 6, Stabler 5, McClintock 2, McGauley 2, Probst 2, Hudson 1. Halftime – North Carolina 13, Alabama 10.

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First Round, March 2, 1925 Mississippi 27, VMI 20 Virginia 29, Auburn 27 Kentucky 31, Mississippi State 25 North Carolina State 30, Maryland 18 Tulane 37, Washington & Lee 20 Georgia Tech 31, University of the of South 14 North Carolina 35, Louisiana State 21 Quarterfinals, March 3, 1925 Mississippi 32, Virginia 24 North Carolina 34, Georgia Tech 26 Tulane 41, North Carolina State 24 Georgia 32, Kentucky 31 Semifinals, March 4, 1925 North Carolina 40, Georgia 19 Tulane 44, Mississippi 23 Championship, March 5, 1925 North Carolina 36, Tulane 28 NORTH CAROLINA – McDonald 13, Cobb 10, Purser 9, Dodderer 4. TULANE – E. Hennican 10, Morgan 6, Lind 6, Davidson 2, J. Hennican 2, Wilson 2. Halftime – North Carolina 14, Tulane 12.


SOCON TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1926 Atlanta, Ga. First Round, Feb. 26, 1926 North Carolina State 32, Auburn 26 Kentucky 32, VMI 25 Mississippi State 22, Maryland 19 Virginia 29, Tulane 25 North Carolina 52, Clemson 21 Mississippi 50, University of the South 16 Georgia 48, Tennessee 25 Georgia Tech 30, Alabama 27

Semifinals, Feb. 27, 1928 Auburn 42, Mississippi State 34 Mississippi 41, Kentucky 29

Quarterfinals, Feb. 27, 1926 Mississippi State 32, North Carolina State 29 North Carolina 25, Virginia 23 Mississippi 36, Georgia Tech 24 Kentucky 39, Georgia 34

1929 Atlanta, Ga. First Round, March 1-2, 1929 Mississippi 37, Maryland 35 Kentucky 29, Tulane 15 Washington & Lee 32, Louisiana State 22 North Carolina State 48, Tennessee 32 Duke 38, Alabama 32 Georgia 42, Auburn 24 North Carolina 43, Mississippi State 18 Clemson 30, Georgia Tech 26

Semifinals, March 1, 1926 Mississippi State 31, Kentucky 26 North Carolina 38, Mississippi 23

1927 Atlanta Ga. First Round, Feb. 25, 1927 Vanderbilt 44, Washington & Lee 32 South Carolina 32, North Carolina State 26 North Carolina 32, Tennessee 17 Auburn 38, Virginia Tech 33 Georgia 36, VMI 14 Georgia Tech 40, Mississippi State 24 Quarterfinals, Feb. 26, 1927 Vanderbilt 32, Mississippi 20 North Carolina 28, Auburn 15 Georgia 27, Maryland 22 South Carolina 32, Georgia Tech 18 Semifinals, Feb. 27, 1927 Vanderbilt 31, South Carolina 25 Georgia 23, North Carolina 20 Championship, March 1, 1927 Vanderbilt 46, Georgia 44 VANDERBILT – Stuart 19, Baker 14, McCall 5, Bridges 4, Moss 4. GEORGIA – Keen 18, Florence 16, Drew 4, Forbes 4, Turner 2. Halftime – Georgia 20, Vanderbilt 18. 1928 Atlanta, Ga. First Round, Feb. 24-25, 1928 Mississippi 40, North Carolina 35 Kentucky 56, South Carolina 40 Virginia 42, Alabama 28 Mississippi State 44, Washington & Lee 24 Auburn 27, Clemson 26 Louisiana State 44, North Carolina 38 Georgia 47, VMI 36 Georgia Tech 50, Florida 24 Quarterfinals, Feb. 26, 1928 Mississippi 55, Louisiana State 28 Mississippi State 44, Virginia 28 Auburn 30, Georgia Tech 29 Kentucky 33, Georgia 18

Quarterfinals, March 3, 1929 North Carolina State 31, Clemson 28 Mississippi 50, Washington & Lee 28 Georgia 26, Kentucky 24 Duke 34, North Carolina 17 Semifinals, March 4, 1929 North Carolina State 34, Mississippi 32 Duke 43, Georgia 37 Championship, March 5, 1929 North Carolina State 44, Duke 35 NORTH CAROLINA STATE – Goodwin 14, Haar 11, Johnson 9, Young 8, Warren 2. DUKE – Croson 12, Councilor 6, Candler 5, Farley 4, Rogers 4, Werber 4. Halftime – North Carolina State 25, Duke 18. 1930 Atlanta, Ga. First Round, Feb. 28, 1930 University of the South 25, North Carolina State 19 Washington & Lee 33, Mississippi 29 Alabama 31, Clemson 22 Tennessee 28, VMI 20 Duke 43, Louisiana State 34 Kentucky 26, Maryland 21 Georgia 26, North Carolina 17 Georgia Tech 53, Tulane 31 Quarterfinals, March 1, 1930 Alabama 29, Georgia 26 Kentucky 44, University of the South 22 Tennessee 38, Washington & Lee 29 Duke 44, Georgia Tech 35 Semifinals, March 3, 1930 Duke 37, Kentucky 32 Alabama 32, Tennessee 22 Championship, March 4, 1930 Alabama 31, Duke 24 ALABAMA – Smith 9, Laney 7, Wambsganas 7, O’Neill 6, Hood 2. DUKE – Werber 10, Croson 6, Rogers 4, Farley 3, Councilor 2. Halftime – Alabama 15, Duke 11.

Quarterfinals, Feb. 28, 1931 Maryland 19, North Carolina 17 Florida 33, Tennessee 29 Kentucky 35, Duke 30 Georgia 31, Auburn 27 Semifinals, March 2, 1931 Maryland 26, Georgia 25 Kentucky 56, Florida 35 Championship, March 3, 1931 Maryland 29, Kentucky 27 MARYLAND – Berger 12, Ronkin 7, Norris 5, Mays 3, Chalmers 2. KENTUCKY – Bronston 14, McGinnis 7, Yater 5, Worthington 1. Halftime – Maryland 18, Kentucky 7. 1932 Atlanta, Ga. First Round, Feb. 26, 1932 Virginia 20, Alabama 16 North Carolina 35, Tennessee 25 Duke 44, Vanderbilt 32 Kentucky 50, Tulane 30 Florida 39, Maryland 24 Auburn 34, North Carolina State 33 Georgia 48, Mississippi State 26 Louisiana State 36, Georgia Tech 33 Quarterfinals, Feb. 27, 1932 Duke 33, Florida 22 North Carolina 43, Kentucky 42 Auburn 30, Louisiana State 22 Georgia 40, Virginia 19

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Championship, March 2, 1926 North Carolina 37, Mississippi State 23 NORTH CAROLINA – Cobb 19, Newcombe 10, Hackney 5, Dodderer 2, Devin 1. MISSISSIPPI STATE – Ricks 8, Stone 6, Jones 4, Bryant 3, Berry 1, Hartness 1. Halftime – North Carolina 15, Mississippi State 15.

Championship, Feb. 28, 1928 Mississippi 31, Auburn 30 MISSISSIPPI – Lee 8, C. Phillips 8, Selby 6, A. Phillips 5, Laird 4. AUBURN – Akin 15, DuBose 7, Ellis 5, F. James 2, E. James 1. Halftime – Auburn 15, Mississippi 8.

1931 Atlanta, Ga. First Round, Feb. 27, 1931 North Carolina 23, Vanderbilt 21 Auburn 33, Virginia 26 Duke 31, Clemson 27 Tennessee 26, Alabama 20 Maryland 37, Louisiana State 33 Georgia 32, Washington & Lee 31 Kentucky 33, North Carolina State 28 Florida 53, Georgia Tech 48

Semifinals, Feb. 28, 1932 North Carolina 52, Auburn 31 Georgia 43, Duke 32 Championship, Feb. 29, 1932 Georgia 26, North Carolina 24 GEORGIA – Young 10, Moran 8, Smith 7, Chandler 1. NORTH CAROLINA – Hines 11, Alexander 6, Weathers 4, McCachren 2, Edwards 1. Halftime – Georgia 18, North Carolina 16 1933 Raleigh, N.C. First Round, Feb. 24, 1933 North Carolina 32, Virginia 27 Washington & Lee 35, North Carolina State 34 Duke 38, Virginia 24 South Carolina 65, Maryland 28 Semifinals, Feb. 25, 1933 South Carolina 34, North Carolina 32 Duke 41, Washington & Lee 32 Championship, Feb. 27, 1933 South Carolina 33, Duke 21 SOUTH CAROLINA – Henderson 13, F. Tompkins 13, B. Tompkins 4, Roland 3. DUKE – Holbrook 9, J. Thompson 9, H. Thompson 3. Halftime – Duke 15, South Carolina 13.

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SOCON TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1934 Raleigh, N.C. First Round, March 1, 1934 Washington & Lee 45, Maryland 37 North Carolina 27, Virginia 18 Duke 35, VMI 14 North Carolina State 43, South Carolina 24

Championship, March 6, 1937 Washington & Lee 44, North Carolina 33 WASHINGTON & LEE – Spessard 25, Borries 8, Iler 7, Carson 2, Frazier 2. NORTH CAROLINA – Mullis 13, Potts 9, Bershak 5, Ruth 4, McCachren 2. Halftime – Washington & Lee 23, North Carolina 16.

1941 Raleigh, N.C. First Round, Feb. 27, 1941 Duke 38, North Carolina 37 South Carolina 41, Richmond 32 William & Mary 52, Wake Forest 34 VMI 39, Washington & Lee 32

Semifinals, March 2, 1934 Washington & Lee 32, North Carolina State 28 Duke 21, North Carolina 18

1938 Raleigh, N.C. First Round, March 3, 1938 Clemson 35, Richmond 32 Washington & Lee 48, North Carolina 33 Maryland 45, The Citadel 43 Duke 44, North Carolina State 33

Semifinals, Feb. 28, 1941 South Carolina 37, VMI 36 Duke 57, William & Mary 42

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Championship, March 3, 1934 Washington & Lee 30, Duke 29 WASHINGTON & LEE – Pette 8, Sawyers 7, Smith 6, Jones 5, Fields 4. DUKE – J. Thompson 10, Mack 7, H. Thompson 6, Bell 2, Ferguson 2, Weaver 2. Halftime – Duke 23, Washington & Lee 17. 1935 Raleigh, N.C. First Round, Feb. 28, 1935 North Carolina State 42, VMI 30 Duke 39, Virginia 32 North Carolina 46, South Carolina 25 Washington & Lee 29, Clemson 25

Championship, March 5, 1938 Duke 40, Clemson 30 DUKE – Swindell 14, Edwards 12, Bergman 8, Hoffman 2, Minor 2, O’Mara 2. CLEMSON – McFadden 13, Cheves 7, Kitchens 6, Flathman 3, Bryce 1. Halftime – Duke 20, Clemson 11.

Semifinals, March 1, 1935 North Carolina 30, North Carolina State 28 Washington & Lee 31, Duke 27

1939 Raleigh, N.C. First Round, March 1, 1939 Richmond 31, VMI 20, North Carolina State 40, Duke 39 Clemson 44, North Carolina 43

Championship, March 2, 1935 North Carolina 35, Washington & Lee 27 NORTH CAROLINA – Aitken 11, Harris 7, Nelson 6, Webster 6, Kaveny 2, McCachren 2, Glace 1. WASHINGTON & LEE – Pette 8, Smith 8, Fields 5, Ellis 2, Iler 2, Richardson 2. Halftime – North Carolina 16, Washington & Lee 11. 1936 Raleigh, N.C. First Round, March 5, 1936 North Carolina 39, Virginia 21 Washington & Lee 36, Virginia Tech 20 Maryland 47, Duke 35 North Carolina State 32, Clemson 31 Semifinals, March 6, 1936 Washington & Lee 38, Maryland 32 North Carolina 31, North Carolina State 28 Championship, March 7, 1936 North Carolina 50, Washington & Lee 45 NORTH CAROLINA – Bershak 15, Kaveny 13, Mullis 6, Ruth 6, McCachren 5, Nelson 5. WASHINGTON & LEE – Spessard 21, Pette 9, Heath 7, Carson 4, Iler 4. Halftime – Washington & Lee 31, North Carolina 19. 1937 Raleigh, N.C. First Round, March 4, 1937 Washington & Lee 42, South Carolina 22 Wake Forest 33, Richmond 24 North Carolina State 42, Maryland 35 North Carolina 34, Duke 30 Semifinals, March 5, 1937 Washington & Lee 27, North Carolina State 23 North Carolina 37, Wake Forest 35

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Quarterfinals, March 2, 1939 Davidson 43, Washington & Lee 32 Maryland 47, Richmond 32 North Carolina State 40, The Citadel 38 Clemson 30, Wake Forest 28 Semifinals, March 3, 1939 Maryland 53, North Carolina State 29 Clemson 49, Davidson 33 Championship, March 4, 1939 Clemson 39, Maryland 27 CLEMSON – Lancaster 14, McFadden 9, Buchanon 8, Bryce 5, Flathman 2, Moorman 1. MARYLAND – Johnson 9, DeWitt 7, Mondorff 4, Knepley 3, Bengoechea 2, Rea 2. Halftime – Clemson 17, Maryland 17. 1940 Raleigh, N.C. First Round, Feb. 29, 1940 Wake Forest 40, Richmond 34 Duke 40, The Citadel 35 North Carolina 50, Clemson 41 Maryland 43, Washington & Lee 30 Semifinals, March 1, 1940 North Carolina 43, Wake Forest 35 Duke 44, Maryland 32 Championship, March 2, 1940 North Carolina 43, Duke 23 NORTH CAROLINA – Severin 1 0-0 2, Dilworth 0 1-2 1, Rose 1 2-2 4, Smith 0 0-0 0, Glamack 7 4-5 8, Pessar 2 0- 0 4, Mathes 2 1-1 5, Roberson 0 0-0 0, Howard 2 0-0 4, Gersten 0 1-1 1. Totals 15 9-11 39. DUKE – Parson 1 0-0 2, Price 2 2-3 6, Mock 2 1-1 5, Shokes 0 0-0 0, Holley 2 1-1 5, Allen 1 3-3 5, Valasek 0 0-0 0, Connelly 0 0-2 0, McCahan 0 0-0 0. Totals 8 7-10 23. Halftime – North Carolina 30, Duke 14.

Championship, March 1, 1941 Duke 53, South Carolina 30 DUKE – Rothbaum 2 2-2 6, Price 0 0-1 0, Mock 2 0-0 4, Spuhler 4 1-3 9, Holley 8 0-1 16, Valasek 4 0-1 8, McCahan 2 1-2 5, Shokes 2 1-1 5, Connelly 0 0-1 0. Totals 24 5-12 53. SOUTH CAROLINA – Lofdahl 1 0-0 2, Hymson 2 0-1 4, Westmoreland 6 4-7 16, Lytle 2 2-5 6, Roskie 1 0-3 2, Anderson 0 0-0 0, Durham 0 0-3 0. Totals 12 6-19 30. Halftime – Duke 15, South Carolina 14. 1942 Raleigh, N.C. First Round, March 5, 1942 Duke 59, Washington & Lee 41 North Carolina State 56, South Carolina 43 Wake Forest 32, North Carolina 26 William & Mary 44, George Washington 43 Semifinals, March 6, 1942 Duke 54, Wake Forest 45 North Carolina State 53, William & Mary 52 Championship, March 7, 1942 Duke 45, North Carolina State 34 DUKE – Spuhler 2 0-3 4, Rothbaum 2 2-5 6, Seward 0 2-3 2, Allen 3 4-5 10, Gantt 1 0-0 2, McCahan 3 0-0 6, G. Loftis 3 1-2 7, Stark 1 0-0 2, C. Loftis 3 0-1 6. Totals 18 9-19 45. NORTH CAROLINA STATE – Mock 3 4-5 10, Ball 1 1-1 3, Stevens 2 0-0 4, Strayhorn 0 1-1 1, McKinney 5 1-1 11, Tabscott 2 1-4 5, Almond 0 0-0 0, Carvalho 0 0-2 0. Totals 13 8-14 34. Halftime – Duke 20, North Carolina State 19. 1943 Raleigh, N.C. First Round, March 4, 1943 Davidson 33, North Carolina State 30 George Washington 49, William & Mary 23 Duke 57, VMI 41 The Citadel 37, South Carolina 23 Semifinals, March 5, 1943 George Washington 47, Davidson 40 Duke 56, The Citadel 37 Championship, March 6, 1943 George Washington 56, Duke 40 GEORGE WASHINGTON – Konizewski 4 1-1 9, Jackson 1 0-0 2, Groetzinger 3 0-2 6, Myers 0 1-1 1, Gustafson 4 4-6 12, McNary 0 0-0 0, Rausch 7 2-4 16, Wagman 1 0-0 2, Gallagher 3 2-2 8, Reichwein 0 0-0 0. Totals 23 10-16 56. DUKE – Seward 5 0-0 10, Carver 4 1-5 9, Coleman 1 0-0 2, Gantt 2 0-2 4, C.Loftis 6 1-1 13, G. Loftis 1 0-0 2. Totals 19 2-8 40. Halftime – George Washington 30, Duke 20.


SOCON TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1944 Raleigh, N.C. First Round, Feb. 24, 1944 Virginia Tech 38, Davidson 34 North Carolina State 42, Maryland 23 North Carolina 62, Richmond 41 Duke 68, William & Mary 25

1949 Durham, N.C. First Round, March 2, 1949 North Carolina State 64, Wake Forest 42 North Carolina 79, Maryland 61 George Washington 62, South Carolina 45 William & Mary 54, Davidson 50

Semifinals, Feb. 25, 1944 North Carolina 39, Virginia Tech 24 Duke 40, North Carolina State 32

Semifinals, March 3, 1949 North Carolina State 43, North Carolina 40 George Washington 78, William & Mary 74

Championship, Feb. 26, 1944 Duke 44, North Carolina 27 DUKE – Carver 5 1-2 11, Turner 0 0-0 0, Gilbert 0 0-1 0, Hartley 4 0-0 8, Wright 4 7-7 15, Hyde 0 0-0 0, Harner 2 3-4 7, Metzler 0 0-0 0, Balitzaris 0 0-0 0, Bailey 1 1-1 3. Totals 16 12-15 44. NORTH CAROLINA – Mock 3 1-1 7, Poole 0 0-0 0, Box 5 2-3 12, Donnan 0 0-0 0, Dewell 1 2-4 4, Altemose 0 0-1 0, Fitch 0 1-3 1, Creticos 1 0-0 2, Anderson 0 0-0 0, Hayworth 0 1-1 1. Totals 10 7-13 27. Halftime – Duke 27, North Carolina 17.

Championship, March 4, 1949 North Carolina State 55, George Washington 39 NORTH CAROLINA STATE – Dickey 2 6-6 10, Ranzino 2 1-1 5, McComas 2 2-2 6, Horvath 5 2-2 12, Cartier 2 4-5 8, Bubas 1 3-5 5, Harand 1 0-0 2, Garrison 2 3-4 7. Totals 17 21-25 55. GEORGE WASHINGTON – Moffatt 1 2-4 4, Haithcock 0 5-5 5, Pietras 0 0-0 0, Adler 1 2-2 4, Schreiber 0 1-2 1, Small 0 1-1 1, Cantwell 5 2-3 12, Shapiro 0 0-0 0, Witkin 3 1-2 7, McNuff 2 1-1 5. Totals 12 15-20 39. Halftime – North Carolina State 25, George Washington 24.

Semifinals, Feb. 23, 1945 North Carolina 39, South Carolina 26 Duke 59, William & Mary 22 Championship, Feb. 24, 1945 North Carolina 49, Duke 38 NORTH CAROLINA – Jordan 7 5-5 19, Allen 0 0-0 0, Dillon 3 2-4 8, Paxton 2 1-3 5, Anderson 0 1-1 1, Thompson 0 0-0 0, Alvarez 6 3-7 15, Markin 0 1-1 1. Totals 18 13-21 49. DUKE – Carver 4 5-5 13, Sapp 1 3-6 5, Brunner 0 0-0 0 Van Sholk 1 1-1 3, Koffenberger 4 3-3 11, Green 0 0-0 0, Buckley 2 0-0 4, Crowder 1 0-0 2, Steele 0 0-0 0, Roelike 0 0-0 0. Totals 13 12-16 38. Halftime – North Carolina 19, Duke 16. 1946 Raleigh, N.C. First Round, Feb. 28, 1946 Virginia Tech 39, George Washington 33 Duke 44, North Carolina State 38 North Carolina 54, Maryland 27 Wake Forest 42, William & Mary 31 Semifinals, March 1, 1946 Wake Forest 31, North Carolina 29 Duke 44, Virginia Tech 38 Championship, March 2, 1946 Duke 49, Wake Forest 30 DUKE – Seward 4 1-1 9, Cordell 0 0-0 0, Ausbon 5 1-3 11, Cheek 0 0-0 0, Koffenberger 3 5-6 11, Corrington 0 0-0 0, Gordon 3 0-1 6, Robinson 1 0-0 2, Whiting 4 2-2 10, Gray 0 0-0 0. Totals 20 9-12 49. WAKE FOREST – Veitch 2 0-0 4, Williams 5 1-1 11, Mayberry 0 0-2 0, Walters 2 1-3 5, Hinerman 3 2-5 8, Lougee 1 0-0 2, Ognovich 0 0-0 0. Totals 13 4-11 30. Halftime – Duke 24, Wake Forest 16.

1947 Durham, N.C. First Round, March 6, 1947 South Carolina 56, Duke 54 North Carolina State 55, Maryland 43 George Washington 70, Washington & Lee 55 North Carolina 55, Richmond 43 Semifinals, March 7, 1947 North Carolina State 70, George Washington 47 North Carolina 58, South Carolina 33 Championship, March 8, 1947 North Carolina State 50, North Carolina 48 NORTH CAROLINA STATE – Dickey 0 2-4 2, Sloan 0 0-0 0, McComas 2 0-2 4, Cartier 4 2-4 10, Bartels 4 6-7 14, Negley 7 4-4 18, Katkavek 0 2-6 2. Totals 17 16-27 50. NORTH CAROLINA – Paxton 4 2-3 10, Hamilton 1 2-2 4, Hartley 0 0-0 0, Nearman 4 3-6 11, Dillon 0 0-1 0, White 4 2-3 10, Kohler 5 2-3 12, Hayworth 0 0-1 0, Thorne 0 1-1 1. Totals 18 12-20 48. Halftime – North Carolina 31, North Carolina State 27. 1948 Durham, N.C. First Round, March 2, 1948 William & Mary 61, Wake Forest 56 Duke 63, South Carolina 48 Quarterfinals, March 3, 1948 North Carolina 61, Virginia Tech 40 Davidson 58, Maryland 51 North Carolina State 73, William & Mary 52 Duke 54, George Washington 51 Semifinals, March 4, 1948 North Carolina State 55, North Carolina 50 Duke 53, Davidson 37 Championship, March 5, 1948 North Carolina State 58, Duke 50 NORTH CAROLINA STATE – McComas 3 2-2 8, Ranzino 1 1-1 3, Cartier 8 4-4 20, Stine 0 1-2 1, Horvath 6 1-1 13, Bubas 0 0-0 0, Bartels 2 1-2 5, Sloan 2 3-4 7, Katkaveck 0 1-1 1. Totals 22 14-17 58. DUKE – Ausbon 2 2-6 6, Duff 0 3-3 3, Youmans 8 0-2 16, York 0 1-2 1, Collins 3 1-3 7, Sapp 0 0-0 0, Martin 3 0-0 6, Gordon 3 3-5 9, Hughes 0 2-3 2. Totals 19 12-24 50. Halftime – Duke 27, North Carolina State 24.

1950 Durham, N.C. First Round, March 1, 1950 North Carolina State 67, Virginia Tech 42 Wake Forest 65, George Washington 61 Duke 53, South Carolina 41 William & Mary 50, North Carolina 43 Semifinals, March 2, 1950 North Carolina State 59, Wake Forest 53 Duke 60, William & Mary 50 Championship, March 3, 1950 North Carolina State 67, Duke 47 NORTH CAROLINA STATE – Dickey 3 0-1 6, Ranzino 12 7-8 31, Stine 1 0-0 2, Cartier 1 1-1 3, Horvath 7 4-5 18, Cook 0 0-0 0, Bubas 1 3-5 5, Harand 0 1-2 1, Terrell 0 1-2 1. Totals 25 17-24 67. DUKE – Scarborough 3 1-4 7, Youmans 4 3-7 11 Allen 1 1-1 3, Kulpas 0 2-2 2, York 5 1-1 11, Crowder 3 0-1 6, Engberg 0 0-1 0, Fleming 2 3-3 7. Totals 18 11-20 47. Halftime – North Carolina State 31, Duke 26.

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1945 Raleigh, N.C. First Round, Feb. 22, 1945 South Carolina 55, Clemson 24 North Carolina 55, North Carolina State 28 William & Mary 54, The Citadel 41 Duke 76, Maryland 49

NC State’s Ed Bartels played on back-to-back SoCon championship teams in 1947 and ‘48.

1951 Raleigh, N.C. First Round, March 6, 1951 North Carolina St 83, South Carolina 53 Maryland 50, Clemson 48 Duke 64, Virginia Tech 61 William & Mary 88, West Virginia 67 Semifinals, March 7, 1951 North Carolina State 54, Maryland 45 Duke 71, William & Mary 69 Championship, March 8, 1951 North Carolina State 67, Duke 63 NORTH CAROLINA STATE – Ranzino 5 4-7 14, Speight 5 4-5 14, Brandenburg 1 1-1 3, Horvath 10 5-10 25, Bubas 2 0-1 4, Terrill 2 2-2 6, Yurin 0 1-1 1, Kukoy 0 0-1 0. Totals 25 17-28 67. DUKE – Fleming 2 5-8 9, Crowder 1 1-1 3, Johnson 2 2-2 6, Latimer 1 0-1 2, Deimling 0 2-2 2, Allen 0 0-0 0, Kulpan 0 2-2 2, Groat 11 9-13 31, York 4 0-2 8. Totals 21 21-31 63. Halftime – North Carolina State 29, Duke 27.

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SOCON TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1952 Raleigh, N.C. First Round, March 6, 1952 Duke 51, Maryland 48 West Virginia 77, William & Mary 64 North Carolina State 73, Furman 68 George Washington 78, Clemson 65

1955 Richmond, Va. First Round, March 3, 1955 Washington & Lee 97, Furman 63 West Virginia 73, VMI 66 Richmond 90, William & Mary 75 George Washington 74, Davidson 36

Semifinals, March 7, 1952 Duke 90, West Virginia 88 North Carolina State 76, George Washington 64

Semifinals, March 4, 1955 George Washington 67, Richmond 65 West Virginia 89, Washington & Lee 74

Championship, March 8, 1952 North Carolina State 77, Duke 68 NORTH CAROLINA STATE – Kukoy 4 2-3 10, Thompson 6 4-5 16, Tyler 1 5-7 7, Brandenburg 0 0-0 0, Speight 5 6-11 16, Cook 1 1-1 3, Knapp 2 0-0 4, Yurin 1 2-2 4, Terrill 5 1-4 11, Gotkin 3 0-1 6. Totals 28 2134 77. DUKE – Janicki 6 6-6 18, Fleming 0 1-5 1, Latimer 0 1-2 1, Lacy 3 2-3 8, Crowder 1 0-0 2, Deimling 1 3-4 5, Glason 0 0-0 0, Groat 7 13-15 27, D’Emilio 2 0-1 4, Thonson 1 0-0 2. Totals 21 26-36 68. Halftime – Duke 38, North Carolina State 35.

Championship, March 5, 1955 West Virginia 58, George Washington 48 GEORGE WASHINGTON – Devlin 11 2-2 24, Sweeney 0 0-0 0, Petcavich 0 8-9 8, Manning 0 1-2 1, Holup 4 0-2 8, Walowac 0 0-0 0, Goodwin 0 0-0 0, Ciriello 0 0-0 0, Vail 0 0-0 0, Klein 2 0-1 4, Catino 1 1-2 3. Totals 18 12-18 48. WEST VIRGINIA – Hundley 10 10-16 30, Bergines 1 1-6 3, Witting 0 2-3 2, White 1 5-7 7, Spadafore 1 0-0 2, Kishbaugh 4 6-6 14. Totals 17 24-38 58. Halftime – West Virginia 28, George Washington 23.

1953 Raleigh, N.C. First Round, March 5, 1953 North Carolina State 86, North Carolina 54 West Virginia 91, Furman 87 Wake Forest 88, Richmond 70 Maryland 74, Duke 65 Semifinals, March 6, 1953 North Carolina State 85, West Virginia 80 Wake Forest 61, Maryland 59 Championship, March 7, 1953 Wake Forest 71, North Carolina State 70 WAKE FOREST – Williams 4 9-14 17, George 2 2-3 6, Lipstas 2 4-10 8, Davis 0 2-4 2, Hemric 5 6-8 16, DePorter 5 4-4 14, Lyles 2 4-5 8, Devos 0 0-2 0. Totals 20 31-50 71. NORTH CAROLINA STATE – Kukoy 1 0-0 2, Speight 3 6-6 12, Tyler 2 6-7 10, Knapp 1 2-2 4, Thompson 9 8-10 26, Goss 0 3-4 3, Applebaum 1 1-1 3, Gotkin 0 0-0 0, Scheffel 2 1-3 5, Morris 1 0-1 2, Yurin 0 3-3 3. Totals 20 30-37 70. Halftime – Wake Forest 36, North Carolina State 34. 1954 Morgantown, W.Va. First Round, March 4, 1954 West Virginia 84, William & Mary 69 George Washington 76, Washington & Lee 64 Furman 84, Davidson 68 Richmond 84, VMI 66 Semifinals, March 5, 1954 Richmond 85, Furman 81 (OT) George Washington 83, West Virginia 74 Championship, March 6, 1954 George Washington 83, Richmond 70 RICHMOND – Daniel 0-1-2 1, Moran 6 3-5 15, Lysaght 3 2-4 8, Conner 4 2-4 10, Witt 1 2-2 4, Mills 3 7-7 13, Harrison 7 5-10 19, Poor 0 0-0 0. Totals 24 22-34 70. GEORGE WASHINGTON – John Holup 2 4-8 8, Karver 4 2-2 10, Morrison 1 0-0 2, Joe Holup 2 6-7 10, Devlin 16 9-12 41, Klein 0 3-3 3, Ortiz 0 0-0 0, Catino 3 3-6 9. Totals 28 27-38 83. Halftime – George Washington 42, Richmond 30.

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Semifinals, March 7, 1958 West Virginia 81, Richmond 70 William & Mary 57, George Washington 56 Championship, March 8, 1958 West Virginia 74, William & Mary 58 WEST VIRGINIA – Smith 4 6-7 14, West 4 1-4 9, Sharrar 3 6-8 12, Gardner 5 6-9 16, Retton 1 0-0 2, Akers 5 2-3 12, Bolyard 2 2-2 6, Goode 0 1-4 1, Clousson 1 0-0 2, Eddy 0 0-1 0, Schertzinger 0 0-0 0. Totals 25 24-38 74. WILLIAM & MARY – Lange 5 9-12 19, Vaughan 0 2-2 2, Cohen 2 2-4 6, Engelken 4 4-5 12, Farrington 2 1-4 5, Cornell 1 2-2 4, Sanders 2 4-7 8, Goldstein 1 0-0 2, McCray 0 0-0 0, Darrow 0 0-0 0. Totals 17 24-36 58. Halftime – West Virginia 32, William & Mary 22. 1959 Richmond, Va. First Round, Feb. 26, 1959 William & Mary 87, Richmond 69 The Citadel 93, Furman 88 West Virginia 100, Davidson 65 George Washington 85, Virginia Tech 67 Semifinals, Feb. 27, 1959 West Virginia 85, William & Mary 82 The Citadel 53, George Washington 52 Championship, Feb. 28, 1959 West Virginia 85, The Citadel 66 WEST VIRGINIA – West 10 7-8 27, Akers 1 2-4 4, Clousson 0 1-1 1, Smith 3 0-2 6, Bolyard 4 3-6 11, Retton 3 0-0 6, Patrone 9 2-3 20, Ritchie 4 2-3 10. Totals 34 17-27 85. THE CITADEL – Graves 6 1-1 13, Musselman 3 1-3 7, Blackledge 1 3-3 5, Wherry 2 2-2 6, Jones 7 3-3 17, Buchanan 1 0-0 2, Elliott 3 0-2 6, Wehrmeister 2 2-4 6, Weeks 2 0-1 4, Records 0 0-0 0. Totals 27 12-19 66. Halftime – West Virginia 39, The Citadel 33. 1960 Richmond, Va. First Round, Feb. 25, 1960 Virginia Tech 78, Richmond 58 West Virginia 90, VMI 83 George Washington 74, The Citadel 60 William & Mary 82, Furman 74 Semifinals, Feb. 26, 1960 Virginia Tech 88, George Washington 52 West Virginia 117, William & Mary 83 Championship, Feb. 27, 1960 West Virginia 82, Virginia Tech 72 VIRGINIA TECH – Ayersman 2 1-4 5, Rice 2 2-3 6, Smith 5 4-7 14, Mills 3 4-6 10, Keller 10 5-6 25, Blake 5 0-0 10, Shepherd 0 0-0 0, Fleischman 0 2 2 2. Totals 27 18-28 72. WEST VIRGINIA – West 4 6-8 14, Ritchie 4 2-4 10, Akers 3 3-3 9, Patrone 6 5-6 17, Warren 8 2-2 18, Posch 1 3-3 5, Miller 4 1-1 9, Ward 0 0-0 0. Totals 30 22-27 82. Halftime – Virginia Tech 38, West Virginia 36. 1961 Richmond, Va. First Round, March 2, 1961 The Citadel 70, Richmond 66 West Virginia 89, VMI 71 William & Mary 86, Furman 84 (3 OT) George Washington 84, Virginia Tech 83 Semifinals, March 3, 1961 George Washington 94, The Citadel 87 William & Mary 88, West Virginia 76


SOCON TOURNAMENT RESULTS Championship, March 4, 1961 George Washington 93, William & Mary 82 GEORGE WASHINGTON – Ardell 2 4-4 8, Markowitz 8 4-6 20, Ingram 5 1-4 11, Feldman 16 13-20 45, Norton 4 1-1 9, Usiskin 0 0-0 0, Schweickhardt 0 0-0 0. Totals 35 23-35 93. WILLIAM & MARY – Vaughan 5 1-2 11, Gooding 2 4-4 8, Cohen 12 14-21 38, Bergey 4 1-1 9, Roberts 3 6-8 12, Dickerson 1 0-0 2, Cowley 0 0-0 0, Harris 1 0-0 2, Woollum 0 0-0 0, Corns 0 0-0 0, Hume 0 0-0 0. Totals 28 26-36 82. Halftime – George Washington 44, William & Mary 41. 1962 Richmond, Va. First Round, March 1, 1962 George Washington 85, Davidson 81 VMI 76, Furman 61 West Virginia 97, Richmond 75 Virginia Tech 101, The Citadel 83 Semifinals, March 2, 1962 West Virginia 86, George Washington 73 Virginia Tech 70, VMI 66

1963 Richmond, Va. First Round, Feb. 28, 1963 Furman 57, George Washington 54 Davidson 108, VMI 71 West Virginia 75, Richmond 44 Virginia Tech 74, William & Mary 72 Semifinals, March 1, 1963 Davidson 75, Virginia Tech 67 West Virginia 81, Furman 63 Championship, March 2, 1963 West Virginia 79, Davidson 74 DAVIDSON – Jarman 8 7-8 23, Holland 6 2-3 14, Hetzel 7 7-7 21, Teague 1 6-6 8, Davidson 1 0-0 2, Evans 1 0-1 2, Beerman 2 0-1 4, Marcon 0 0-0 0. Totals 26 22-26 74. WEST VIRGINIA – Catlett 1 2-2 4, Wolfe 1 1-2 3, Lowry 7 6-8 20, Thorn 8 6-7 22, McCormick 6 7-8 19, Lentz 0 4-4 4, Maphis 0 2-2 2, Shuck 0 0-0 0, Weir 1 1-1 3, Ray 0 2-2 2. Totals 24 31-36 79. Halftime – West Virginia 46, Davidson 46. 1964 Charlotte, N.C. First Round, Feb. 27, 1964 West Virginia 85, William & Mary 73 Davidson 91, The Citadel 62 VMI 77, Furman 73 George Washington 64, Virginia Tech 62 Semifinals, Feb. 28, 1964 VMI 82, Davidson 81 George Washington 88, West Virginia 80

1965 Charlotte, N.C. First Round, Feb. 25, 1965 West Virginia 94, George Washington 83 Davidson 86, VMI 73 Virginia Tech 103, Richmond 63 William & Mary 68, The Citadel 60 Semifinals, Feb. 26, 1965 West Virginia 74, Davidson 72 (OT) William & Mary 70, Virginia Tech 59 Championship, Feb. 27, 1965 West Virginia 70, William & Mary 67 (2OT) WILLIAM & MARY – Walter 1 0-1 2, Morris 10 4-5 24, Pomeroy 4 1-1 9, Paffrath 3 0-1 6, Wenk 8 7-9 23, Eskay 1 1-2 3, Mitchell 0 0-0 0. Totals 27 13-19 67. WEST VIRGINIA – Lentz 8 0-1 16, Maphis 3 3-3 9, Camp 5 8-8 18, Quertinmont 2 6-9 10, Lesher 5 3-3 13, Palmer 1 0-0 2, Shaffer 1 0-0 2. Totals 25 20-24 70. Halftime – William & Mary 32, West Virginia 28 Regulation – West Virginia 54, William & Mary 54. First overtime – West Virginia 63, William & Mary 63. 1966 Charlotte, N.C. First Round, Feb. 24, 1966 Richmond 76, East Carolina 74 Davidson 79, The Citadel 61 West Virginia 95, VMI 80 William & Mary 78, Furman 73 Semifinals, Feb. 25, 1966 Davidson 85, Richmond 65 West Virginia 64, William & Mary 50 Championship, Feb. 26, 1966 Davidson 80, West Virginia 69 WEST VIRGINIA – Lesher 1 1-2 3, Reaser 2 0-0 4, Head 5 2-5 12, Williams 6 6-6 18, Cavacini 5 2-2 12, Ryczaj 4 4-5 12, Shaffer 3 0-0 6, Holmes 1 0-0 2. Totals 27 15-20 69. DAVIDSON – Snyder 10 7-8 27, Youngdale 4 2-3 10, Knowles 10 5-5 25, Lane 3 5-5 11, Squier 1 3-5 5, Leight 0 2-2 2, Hatcher 0 0-0 0, Clifton 0 0-0 0, Stone 0 0-1 0, Hyder 0 0-0 0. Totals 28 24-29 80. Halftime – Davidson 39, West Virginia 28. 1967 Charlotte, N.C. First Round, March 2, 1967 Richmond 100, The Citadel 98 (OT) Davidson 64, Furman 55 West Virginia 82, East Carolina 53 William & Mary 76, George Washington 66 Semifinals, March 3, 1967 West Virginia 82, Richmond 70 Davidson 78, William & Mary 65

Championship, March 4, 1967 West Virginia 81, Davidson 65 WEST VIRGINIA – Head 9 6-6 24, Reaser 7 8-8 22, Benfield 3 1-6 7, Holmes 1 2-2 4, Williams 8 1-4 17, Ludwig 2 1-2 5, Grimm 0 0-0 0, Hale 0 0-0 0, Penrod 0 0-0 0, Seafert 0 0-0 0, Lewis 1 0-0 2, Harvard 0 0-0 0. Totals 31 19-28 81. DAVIDSON – O’Neill 0 2-2 2, Youngdale 0 1-3 1, Knowles 6 1-2 13, Huckel 9 10-14 28, Moser 2 2-2 6, Dickens 0 0-0 0, Spann 3 5-6 11, Pickens 2 0-0 4. Totals 22 21-29 65. Halftime – West Virginia 32, Davidson 20. 1968 Charlotte, N.C. First Round, Feb. 29, 1968 Davidson 107, William & Mary 68 West Virginia 76, East Carolina 71 Furman 62, VMI 52 Richmond 100, The Citadel 88 (OT) Semifinals, March 1, 1968 West Virginia 102, Richmond 81 Davidson 79, Furman 63 Championship, March 2, 1968 Davidson 87, West Virginia 70 DAVIDSON – Cook 6 2-2 14, Kroll 3 6-7 12, Maloy 6 11-13 23, Huckel 5 1-3 11, Moser 5 1-2 11, O’Neill 1 3-4 5, Knowles 5 1-1 11, Pickens 0 0-0 0, Youngdale 0 0-0 0, DeMoisey 0 0-0 0, Crosswhite 0 0-0 0, Postma 0 0-2 0. Totals 31 25-34 87. WEST VIRGINIA – Reaser 4 3-3 11, Hummell 7 3-4 17, Bailey 6 1-3 13, Holmes 1 0-0 2, Williams 5 2-2 12, Ludwig 5 1-1 11, Penrod 0 0-1 0, Lewis 0 0-1 0, Hale 1 0-1 2, Porter 0 0-0 0, Grimm 0 0-0 0, Harvard 0 2-2 2. Totals 29 12-18 70. Halftime – Davidson 47, West Virginia 24. 1969 Charlotte, N.C. First Round, Feb. 27, 1969 George Washington 90, The Citadel 73 Richmond 66, Furman 64 Davidson 99, VMI 75 East Carolina 48, William & Mary 35

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Championship, Feb. 29, 1964 VMI 61, George Washington 56 VMI – Gausepohl 1 2-4 4, Schmaus 9 1-2 19, Watson 5 3-3 13, Blair 3 3-5 9, Kruszewski 5 4-7 14, Guy 0 2-2 2, Prosser 0 0-0 0. Totals 23 15-23 61. GEORGE WASHINGTON – Legins 0 3-3 3, Aruscavage 2 2-4 6, Adamitis 9 2-3 20, Duques 4 1-1 9, Clard 6 0-0 12, Farrell 2 0-0 4, Mallis 0 2-2 2, Russart 0 0-0 0. Totals 23 10-13 56. Halftime – George Washington 32, VMI 29.

Semifinals, Feb. 28, 1969 East Carolina 84, George Washington 79 Davidson 97, Richmond 83 Championship, March 1, 1969 Davidson 102, East Carolina 76 DAVIDSON – Kroll 6 7-8 19, Cook 5 8-8 18, Maloy 8 9-12 25, Huckel 6 4-5 16, Moser 2 0-0 4, Crosswhite 1 4-5 6, O’Neill 3 0-1 6, Kirley 3 0-0 6, D. Postma 0 0-1 0, Orsbon 0 0-0 0, Stelzer 0 0-0 0, J. Postma 1 0-0 2. Totals 35 32-40 102. EAST CAROLINA – Kier 2 3-3 7, Gregory 5 0-0 10, Modlin 7 5-6 19, Thompson 3 4-5 10, Miller 6 3-3 15, Williams 0 0-0 0, Lindfelt 0 0-0 0, Collins 0 0-0 0, McKillop 1 1-2 3, Dunn 6 0-1 12, Haubenreiser 0 0-0 0, Kiernan 0 0-0 0. Totals 30 16-20 76. Halftime – Davidson 41, East Carolina 29. 1970 Charlotte, N.C. First Round, Feb. 27, 1970 Davidson 72, VMI 46 Richmond 75, East Carolina 73 William & Mary 82, Furman 67 George Washington 66, The Citadel 64 Semifinals, Feb. 28, 1970 Davidson 78, William & Mary 54 Richmond 77, George Washington 69

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Championship, March 3, 1973 Furman 99, Davidson 81 FURMAN – Simpson 10 3-10 23, Mayes 10 4-5 24, Leonard 8 4-6 20, Hunt 2 0-0 4, Hill 2 0-0 4, Kelley 2 8-11 12, Lynch 4 1-2 9, Clark 0 0-2 0, Brenizer 1 0-0 2, Bierly 0 0-0 0, Dougherty 0 1-1 1. Totals – 39 2137 99. DAVIDSON – Dunn 7 10-12 24, T. Pecorak 2 2-2 6, Horowitz 3 4-4 10, Falconi 5 4-7 14, Sorrentino 5 0-0 10, J. Pecorak 4 2-3 10, Wagner 0 0-0 0, Powell 2 0-0 4, Parker 0 0-0 0, Gadaire 1 1-2 3. Totals – 29 23-30 81. Halftime – Furman 48, Davidson 35. 1974 Richmond, Va. First Round, Feb. 27-28, 1974 Richmond 69, VMI 59 Furman 75, Appalachian State 60 William & Mary 75, East Carolina 67 (2 OT) Davidson 82, The Citadel 69 Semifinals, March 1, 1974 Richmond 86, Davidson 68 Furman 70, William & Mary 55 Championship, March 2, 1974 Furman 62, Richmond 60 FURMAN – Mayes 10 1-1 21, Lynch 3 0-1 6, Leonard 5 1-2 11, Kelley 5 4-5 14, Grimm 3 1-2 7, Hall 0 0-1 0, Bierly 1 1-2 3, Clark 0 0-0 0, Hill 0 0-1 0. Totals 27 8-15 62. RICHMOND – Gray 5 1-4 11, Stewart 9 1-2 19, McCurdy 7 1-2 15, Catlett 0 0-0 0, Mack 4 0-0 8, Sanford 1 0-0 2, Collier 0 0-0 0, Eastman 2 1-2 5. Totals 28 4-10 60. Halftime – Furman 28, Richmond 20. 1975 First Round, March 1, 1975 at Greenville, S.C. Furman 75, Appalachian State 69 at Greenville, N.C. East Carolina 78, The Citadel 66 at Richmond, Va. VMI 85, Richmond 81

Championship, March 6, 1975 at Greenville, S.C. Furman 66, William & Mary 55 FURMAN – Hill 2 0-0 4, Leonard 4 0-0 8, Mayes 4 2-2 10, Lynch 6 8-8 20, Hall 8 4-4 20, Green 0 0-0 0, Smith 0 0-2 0, Deal 0 0-0 0, Cottingham 1 2-2 4, Totals 25 16-18 66. WILLIAM & MARY – Lowenhaupt 2 2-2 6, Satterthwaite 7 5-5 19, Vail 5 0-0 10, Courage 2 0-0 4, Enoch 4 0-1 8, Byrd 1 0-0 2, Kratzer 2 0-0 4, McDonough 1 0-0 2, Arbogast 0 0-0 0, Monckton 0 0-0 0, Blount 0 0-0 0, Powell 0 0-2 0. Totals 24 7-10 55. Halftime – Furman 30, William & Mary 20. 1976 First Round, Feb. 28, 1976 at Williamsburg, Va. William & Mary 70, Furman 57 at Lexington, Va. VMI 71, Davidson 69 at Richmond, Va. Richmond 82, The Citadel 69 at Greenville, N.C. Appalachian State 79, East Carolina 72 Semifinals, March 3, 1976 at Greenville, S.C. VMI 71, Appalachian State 64 Richmond 84, William & Mary 78 Championship, March 4, 1976 at Greenville, S.C. VMI 41, Richmond 33 VMI – Carter 4 3-3 11, Krovic 3 4-4 10, Bynum 2 5-6 9, Montgomery 2 2-3 6, Reppart 0 0-0 0, Lombard 1 3-4 5, Borojevich 0 0-0 0. Totals 12 17-20 41. RICHMOND – Slappy 1 0-0 2, Eastman 3 2-3 8, Morton 4 0-1 8, Butler 3 1-2 7, Sullivan 2 0-0 4, Sanford 1 0-0 2, Campbell 1 0-0 2. Totals 15 3-6 33. Halftime – VMI 9, Richmond 8.

Semifinals, March 1, 1977 at Roanoke, Va. VMI 88, East Carolina 77 Appalachian State 70, Furman 64

1973 Richmond, Va. First Round, March 1, 1973 Davidson 88, VMI 77 East Carolina 96, Richmond 62 William & Mary 97, The Citadel 72 Furman 101, Appalachian State 68 Semifinals, March 2, 1973 Davidson 79, William & Mary 76 Furman 68, East Carolina 60 Furman’s Jonathan Moore is the only player to be named to the SoCon’s all-conference and alltournament teams in four consecutive seasons (1976-80).

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1977 First Round, Feb. 26, 1977 at Boone, N.C. Appalachian State 71, Davidson 66 at Williamsburg, Va. East Carolina 79, William & Mary 76 at Greenville, S.C. Furman 76, The Citadel 69

Championship, March 4, 1972 East Carolina 77, Furman 75 (OT) EAST CAROLINA – Faber 4 4-6 12, Franklin 3 1-2 7, Fairley 6 1-4 13, Quash 6 6-7 18, Owens 2 4-5 8, Peszko 0 0-0 0, Crouse 0 0-0 0, Pope 5 2-3 12, White 3 1-1 7. Totals 29 19-28 77. FURMAN – Jackson 0 2-2 2, Clark 0 0-0 0, Bierly 3 3-4 9, Hunt 6 11-12 23, Simpson 15 6-9 36, Kelley 0 4-4 4, Dougherty 0 0-0 0, Brenizer 0 0-0 0, Collier 0 1-1 1. Totals 24 27-32 75. Halftime – East Carolina 36, Furman 33. Regulation – East Carolina 66, Furman 66.

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Championship, March 2, 1977 at Roanoke, Va. VMI 69, Appalachian State 67 (OT) APPALACHIAN STATE – Searcy 6 2-2 14, Bowser 4 0-0 8, Hubbard 3 1-2 7, Robinson 5 4-4 14, Anderson 8 0-0 16, Gentry 3 0-0 6, Campbell 1 0-2 2, Pace 0 0-0 0. Totals 30 7-10 67. VMI – Carter 4 1-2 9, Bynum 2 2-2 6, Montgomery 10 8-8 28, Krovic 5 8-9 18, Lombard 2 0-0 4, Borojevich 1 0-1 2, Salmond 1 0-0 2, Kelley 0 0-0 0. Totals 25 19-22 69. Halftime – Appalachian St 33, VMI 27. Regulation – VMI 59, Appalachian State 59.


SOCON TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1978 First Round, Feb. 25, 1978 at Boone, N.C. Appalachian State 81, The Citadel 64 at Greenville, S.C. Furman 83, Chattanooga 73 at Huntington, W.Va. Marshall 64, Western Carolina 56 at Lexington, Va. VMI 95, Davidson 80

Championship, March 1, 1980 at Roanoke, Va. Furman 80, Marshall 62 MARSHALL – Labanowski 4 1-3 9, Watson 2 0-2 4, Washington 7 1-2 15, Campbell 6 2-2 14, White 7 2-3 16, Price 2 0-1 4. Totals 28 6-13 62. FURMAN – McKinney 1 1-2 3, White 7 2-3 16, Moore 6 4-9 16, Daniel 2 4-5 8, Hunt 9 4-6 22, Crowe 2 2-2 6, Small 3 1-2 7, Hanks 0 2-4 2. Totals 30 20-33 80. Halftime – Marshall 36, Furman 32.

Semifinals, March 3, 1978 at Roanoke, Va. Marshall 76, VMI 71 Furman 72, Appalachian State 68

1981 First Round, Feb. 28, 1981 at Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga 89, VMI 63 at Davidson, N.C. Marshall 90, Davidson 77 at Boone, N.C. Appalachian State 75, Furman 71 (OT) at Johnson City, Tenn. Western Carolina 91, ETSU 80

Championship, March 4, 1978 at Roanoke, Va. Furman 69, Marshall 53 FURMAN – Arnold 5 2-2 12, Daniel 5 1-2 11, Moore 7 5-8 19, Smith 0 0-0 0, Grimm 7 6-8 20, Crowe 0 5-6 5, Harris 1 0-0 2, McKinney 0 0-0 0, Knight 0 0-0 0, Means 0 0-2 0, Butler 0 0-0 0. Totals 25 19-28 69. MARSHALL – Young 2 2-2 6, Major 1 0-0 2, Hall 5 1-2 11, White 0 0-0 0, Gibson 4 0-0 8, Steele 1 0-0 2, Labanowski 2 0-0 4, Burtis 1 0-0 2, Novak 5 5-6 15, Hamier 0 2-2 2, Marz 0 1-3 1. Totals 21 11-15 53. Halftime – Furman 33, Marshall 22.

Semifinals, March 3, 1979 at Roanoke, Va. Furman 105, The Citadel 94 Appalachian State 65, Western Carolina 43 Championship, March 4, 1979 at Roanoke, Va. Appalachian State 86, Furman 83 FURMAN – A. Daniel 13 5-6 31, McKinney 5 0-0 10, Moore 8 5-6 21, Crowe 2 0-0 4, White 1 0-0 2, Hanks 1 0-0 2, M. Daniel 4 1-1 9, Harness 2 0-0 4. Totals 36 11-13 83. APPALACHIAN STATE – Lawrence 7 0-1 14, Payton 8 2-2 18, Hubbard 3 3-4 9, Robinson 7 12-15 26, Anderson 2 7-9 11, Fitch 1 4-5 6, Jackson 0 2-2 2. Totals 28 30-38 86. Halftime – Appalachian State 40, Furman 34. 1980 First Round, Feb. 23, 1980 at Greenville, S.C. Furman 87, VMI 75 at Huntington, W.Va. Marshall 100, The Citadel 66 at Cullowhee, N.C. Appalachian State 67, W. Carolina 66 (OT) at Johnson City, Tenn. ETSU 71, Chattanooga 67 Semifinals, Feb. 29, 1980 at Roanoke, Va. Marshall 91, Appalachian State 76 Furman 93, ETSU 81

Championship, March 7, 1981 at Roanoke, Va. Chattanooga 59, Appalachian State 55 APPALACHIAN STATE – Harris 0 1-2 1, Capehart 3 0-2 6, Payton 6 9-10 21, McMillian 1 2-3 4, Fitch 5 0-0 10, Jones 1 3-4 5, Hunt 0 0-0 0, Ferguson 0 0-0 0, Gant 2 4-6 8. Totals 18 19-27 55. CHATTANOOGA – Smith 2 2-2 6, Jones 5 0-0 10, Lawrence 4 1-2 9, Morken 10 4-4 24, White 2 0-0 4, Clark 1 0-0 2, Cochran 0 0-0 0, Schoene 2 0-1 4. Totals 26 7-9 59. Halftime – Chattanooga 34, Appalachian State 25. 1982 First Round, Feb. 27, 1982 at Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga 62, Appalachian State 53 at Cullowhee, N.C. The Citadel 66, Western Carolina 62 at Davidson, N.C. Davidson 74, Furman 66 at Johnson City, Tenn. ETSU 110, Marshall 92 Semifinals, March 5, 1982 at Charleston, W.Va. Chattanooga 70, ETSU 65 Davidson 57, The Citadel 54 Championship, March 6, 1982 at Charleston, W.Va. Chattanooga 69, Davidson 58 DAVIDSON – K. Wilson 4 4-4 12, Tribus 7 0-0 15, Hall 6 5-5 17, Rowan 0 0-0 0, Carroll 5 0-0 10, McConnell 0 0-0 0, R. Wilson 2 0-1 4. Totals 24 9-10 58. CHATTANOOGA – Clark 3 4-5 10, Schoene 9 2-3 20, Lawrence 3 0-0 6, White 3 5-6 11, Morken 3 4-4 10, McCray 0 0-0 0, Cochran 0 0-0 0, Strickland 4 4-6 12. Totals 25 19-24 69. 3-point goals – Davidson 1 (Tribus). Halftime – Chattanooga 37, Davidson 23.

Championship, March 12, 1983 Chattanooga 70, ETSU 62 ETSU – Vinson 2 2-2 6, Motley 5 1-1 12, King 9 0-0 18, Quesenberry 2 3-4 7, Mikell 5 5-8 15, Reese 2 0-0 4, Stallings 0 0-0 0. Totals 25 10-13 62. CHATTANOOGA – McCray 4 1-2 9, Wilkins 3 0-0 6, Strickland 2 3-4 7, Lawrence 3 0-0 6, White 7 0-3 17, Clark 7 3-4 17, Johnson 1 1-2 3, Oden 2 1-2 5. Totals 29 9-17 70. 3-point goals – ETSU 2 (Motley, Quensenberry); Chattanooga 3 (White 3). Halftime – ETSU 38, Chattanooga 34. 1984 Asheville, N.C. First Round, March 2, 1984 Marshall 78, Davidson 68 Appalachian State 82, The Citadel 77 Chattanooga 82, ETSU 50 Furman 71, Western Carolina 67 Semifinals, March 3, 1984 Marshall 97, Appalachian State 67 Chattanooga 70, Furman 57 Championship, March 4, 1984 Marshall 111, Chattanooga 107 (2OT) CHATTANOOGA – McCray 7 1-2 15, Wilkins 10 2-3 24, Morgan 3 0-0 6, White 10 7-13 28, Strickland 7 4-5 18, Brown 2 0-0 6, Head 1 0-0 3, Hunter 0 0-0 0, Oden 1 3-4 5, Dickman 1 0-0 2. Totals 42 17-27 107. MARSHALL – Henry 1 0-0 2, Evans 12 14-14 38, Eppes 3 2-4 8, Ervin 3 6-12 12, Wade 11 4-6 26, Nelson 2 0-0 4, Battle 1 4-4 6, Morris 0 0-0 0, Winley 0 2-2 2, Turney 4 5-7 13. Totals 37 37-49 111. 3-point goals – Chattanooga 6 (Brown 2, Wilkins 2, White, Head). Halftime – Marshall 48, Chattanooga 33. Regulation – Marshall 87, Chattanooga 87. First overtime – Marshall 92, Chattanooga 92. 1985 Asheville, N.C. First Round, March 1, 1985 Chattanooga 63, Furman 60 VMI 65, Western Carolina 63 (OT) Marshall 83, Davidson 71 The Citadel 68, Appalachian State 62

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1979 First Round, Feb. 24, 1979 at Greenville, S.C. Furman 86, Chattanooga 68 at Charleston, S.C. The Citadel 86, Davidson 79 at Cullowhee, N.C. Western Carolina 67, Marshall 50 at Boone, N.C. Appalachian State 73, VMI 63

Semifinals, March 6, 1981 at Roanoke, Va. Appalachian State 77, Marshall 62 Chattanooga 79, Western Carolina 70

Semifinals, March 11, 1983 Chattanooga 77, Western Carolina 75 (OT) ETSU 81, Furman 68

Semifinals, March 2, 1985 VMI 71, Chattanooga 69 (OT) Marshall 79, The Citadel 68 Championship, March 3, 1985 Marshall 70, VMI 65 VMI – Elmore 6 5-5 17, Sawyer 1 9-9 11, Herndon 4 0-0 8, Wins 6 0-0 12, Huffman 4 1-2 9, Gardner 0 0-0 0, Everhart 1 0-0 2, Dorsey 1 0-0 2, Current 2 0-0 4, Scott 0 0-0 0. Totals 25 15-16 65. MARSHALL – Guthrie 2 0-0 4, Eppes 1 2-3 4, Richardson 1 2-2 4, Henderson 8 5-7 21, Morris 2 2-2 6, Holden 0 0-0 0, Taylor 0 3-4 3, Battle 5 2-3 12, Curry 1 0-1 2, Roberts 0 2-2 2. Totals 24 22-28 70. Halftime – VMI 34, Marshall 33.

1983 Charleston, W.Va. First Round, March 10, 1983 Chattanooga 71, Appalachian State 58 Western Carolina 86, Davidson 62 Furman 67, Marshall 60 ETSU 75, The Citadel 65

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1989 Asheville, N.C. First Round, March 3, 1989 ETSU 93, The Citadel 89 Chattanooga 72, Western Carolina 63 Furman 81, VMI 73 Marshall 83, Appalachian State 69

Semifinals, March 1, 1986 Chattanooga 68, Appalachian State 57 Davidson 74, ETSU 65

Semifinals, March 4, 1989 ETSU 76, Chattanooga 73 Marshall 91, Furman 68

Championship, March 2, 1986 Davidson 42, Chattanooga 40 DAVIDSON – Tanner 2 2-4 6, Born 4 6-9 14, McConkey 0 2-2 2, Heineman 2 2-2 6, Rucker 5 0-1 10, Niebuhr 0 0-0 0, Himes 2 0-2 4, Bego 0 0-0 0, Scott 0 0-0 0. Totals 15 12-20 42. CHATTANOOGA – Hunter 2 3-3 7, Ivery 3 0-0 6 Fulse 2 2-3 6, Gibson 2 1-1 5, Jeter 7 0-0 14, Harris 1 0-0 2, Crank 0 0-1 0, Head 0 0-0 0. Totals 17 6-8 40. Halftime – Davidson 23, Chattanooga 17.

Championship, March 5, 1989 ETSU 96, Marshall 73 ETSU – Alvin West 6 2-2 17, Calvin Talford 8 4-6 20, Greg Dennis 5 6-6 16, Keith Jennings 5 3-4 16, Marty Story 4 0-0 8, Major Geer 2 2-2 7, Rodney Jones 0 0-0 0, Steve Cox 0 0-0 0, Lavelle Webster 1 0-0 2, Michael Woods 1 0-0 2, Chad Keller 2 4-7 8, Mark Larkey 0 0-0 0. Totals 34 21-27 96. MARSHALL – John Humphrey 0 0-0 0, Gary Strickland 6 0-1 12, Omar Roland 3 2-5 8, John Taft 13 7-10 36, Andre Cunningham 6 0-2 12, Stan Maynard 0 0-0 0, Andy Paul Williamson 0 0-0 0, Scott Williams 0 0-0 0, Tim Dagostine 0 0-0 0, Brian Fish 1 0-0 2, Pete Brown 1 1-1 3, Jeff Sonhouse 0 0-0 0. Totals 30 10-19 73. 3-point goals – ETSU 7 (West 3, Jennings 3, Geer); Marshall 3 (Taft 3). Halftime – ETSU 39, Marshall 37.

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1987 Asheville, N.C. First Round, Feb. 27, 1987 Marshall 76, Appalachian State 61 Furman 85, The Citadel 78 Western Carolina 73, Chattanooga 72 (OT) Davidson 92, VMI 63 Semifinals, Feb. 28, 1987 Marshall 77, Furman 64 Davidson 85, Western Carolina 76 Championship, March 1, 1987 Marshall 66, Davidson 64 (OT) DAVIDSON – Tanner 4 0-0 8, Himes 8 2-3 18, Schmitt 2 0-0 4, Rucker 5 0-0 14, Heineman 6 2-2 16, Keener 0 0-0 0, Gynn 2 0-0 4. Totals 27 4-5 64. MARSHALL – Holden 4 2-2 10, Lewis 6 2-4 15, Curry 3 0-0 6, Henderson 9 1-4 22, Humphrey 4 3-4 11, Fish 0 0-0 0, Bryson 0 2-2 2. Totals 26 10-16 66. 3-point goals – Davidson 6 (Rucker 4, Heineman 2); Marshall 4 (Henderson 3, Lewis). Halftime – 31-31; Regulation – 57-57. 1988 Asheville, N.C. First Round, March 4, 1988 Marshall 121, The Citadel 78 Chattanooga 83, Davidson 69 VMI 78, Furman 73 ETSU 82, Appalachian State 73 Semifinals, March 5, 1988 Chattanooga 71, Marshall 70 VMI 79, ETSU 60 Championship, March 6, 1988 Chattanooga 75, VMI 61 VMI – D. Williams 6 0-1 13, Mings 3 3-4 9, Gardner 6 1-4 13, R. Williams 11 2-3 25, Tooker 0 0-0 0, Mears 0 0-0 0, M. Williams 0 0-0 0, Dorsey 0 0-0 0, Craft 0 1-2 1, Fittz 0 0-0 0, Dowd 0 0-0 0. Totals 31 7-12 75. CHATTANOOGA – Moon 2 2-3 6, Chandler 3 0-7, Fulse 8 1-1 7, Lyons 5 0-2, 10, Green 5 2-3 16, Shepphard 0 0-0 0, Collins 0 0-0 0, Robinson 4 0-0 0, Behrends 4 2-3 10, Spunnar 0 0-0 0. Totals 31 7-12 75. 3-point goals – VMI 2 (D. Williams, R. Williams); Chattanooga 6 (Green 4, Chandler, Robinson). Halftime – Chattanooga 36, VMI 25.

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1990 Asheville, N.C. First Round, March 2, 1990 VMI 83, Chattanooga 69 ETSU 75, Western Carolina 60 Furman 82, Marshall 77 (OT) Appalachian State 86, The Citadel 71 Semifinals, March 3, 1990 ETSU 99, VMI 84 Appalachian State 79, Furman 62 Championship, March 4, 1990 ETSU 96, Appalachian State 75 APPALACHIAN STATE – Parker 9 5-8 23, Miller 6 3-4 15, Gibson 1 1-2 3, Peel 5 2-2 15, Phillips 1 1-2 4, Ward 0 0-0 0, Spurlock 5 3-5 13, Ross 0 0-0 0, Powers 1 0-0 2. Totals 28 15-23 75. ETSU – Talford 4 1-2 11, Story 3 3-5 9, Dennis 7 1011 24, Geer 4 0-1 11, Jennings 6 3-3 16, West 5 2-2 15, Jacobs 0 0-0 0, Pelphrey 0 0-0 0, Jones 1 0-0 2, Woods 0 2-2 2, Keller 1 2-2 4, Spears 1 0-0 2. Totals 32 23-28 96. 3-point goals – Appalachian State 4 (Peel 3, Phillips); ETSU 9 (Geer 3, West 3, Talford 2, Jennings). Halftime – ETSU 51, Appalachian State 32. 1991 Asheville, N.C. First Round, March 1, 1991 Appalachian State 100, VMI 72 ETSU 99, The Citadel 70 Chattanooga 84, Western Carolina 83 Semifinals, March 2, 1991 Appalachian State 100, Furman 82 ETSU 104, Chattanooga 71 Championship, March 3, 1991 ETSU 101, Appalachian State 82 APPALACHIAN STATE – Broderick Parker 7 2-4 16, Steve Spurlock 5 3-4 13, Tim Powers 6 5-6 17, Ed Ward 4 0-0 10, Billy Ross 8 2-2 20, Joe Sabato 0 2-2 2, Spencer Click 0 0-0 0, Jeff Williams 2 0-0 4, Jason Lutz 0 0-0 0, Bruce Falkner 0 0-0 0. Totals 32 14-18 82.

ETSU – Rodney English 6 4-7 16, Marty Story 2 4-6 8, Darell Jones 5 1-5 11, Keith Jennings 10 7-8 31, Major Geer 1 2-2 4, Eric Palmer 1 0-0 3, Alvin West 4 0-0 10, Maurice Hayes 0 0-0 0, Trazell Silvers 4 2-2 10, Loren Riddick 0 0-0 0, Calvin Talford 1 0-0 2, Jerry Pelphrey 0 6-7 6, Michael Woods 0 0-0 0. Totals 34 26-37 101. 3-point goals – Appalachian State 4 (Ross 2, Ward 2); ETSU 7 (Jennings 4, West 2, Geer). Halftime – ETSU 56, Appalachian State 44. 1992 Asheville, N.C. First Round, March 6, 1992 ETSU 89, The Citadel 55 Chattanooga 84, VMI 49 Marshall 83, Furman 76 Appalachian State 86, Western Carolina 69 Semifinals, March 7, 1992 ETSU 77, Appalachian State 69 Chattanooga 84, Marshall 68 Championship, March 8, 1992 ETSU 74, Chattanooga 63 CHATTANOOGA – LeVert Threats 1 1-2 3, Keith Nelson 8 1-3 17, Bart Redden 0 0-0 0, Tim Brooks 2 5-5 9, Kelly Sutton 7 4-5 21, Larry Stewart 1 1-1 3, Shane Neal 0 1-2 1, Daymond Woods 2 0-0 4, Brnadon Born 0 0-0 0, Ron Wilson 0 0-0 0, Ed Snead 2 0-0 4. Totals 23 13-18 62. ETSU – Rodney English 5 0-2 10, Marty Story 1 0-0 2, Greg Daniels 9 9-10 28, Calvin Talford 3 4-6 12, Jason Niblett 4 1-2 10, Eric Palmer 0 1-2 1, Reece Dudley 0 0-0 0, Trazel Silvers 2 0-1 4, Loren Riddick 0 0-0 0, Jerry Pelphrey 2 2-2 7, Damian Hodge 0 0-0 0, Leslie Brunn 0 0-0 0, Robert Spears 0 0-0 0. Totals 26 1725 74. 3-point goals – ETSU 5 (Talford 2, Dennis, Niblett, Pelphrey); Chattanooga 3 (Sutton 3). Halftime – Chattanooga 35, ETSU 30. 1993 Asheville, N.C. First Round, March 4, 1993 Furman 76, VMI 51 Appalachian State 84, Western Carolina 73 Quarterfinals, March 5, 1993 Chattanooga 85, Furman 69 ETSU 97, Appalachian State 84 Davidson 67, Marshall 65 Georgia Southern 72, The Citadel 41 Semifinals, March 6, 1993 Chattanooga 72, Davidson 68 ETSU 84, Georgia Southern 76 (OT) Championship, March 7, 1993 Chattanooga 86, ETSU 75 ETSU – Trazell Silvers 3 2-2 8, Jerry Pelphrey 8 6-6 27, Darell Jones 3 0-0 6, Jason Niblett 3 0-0 6, Eric Palmer 4 3-4 14, Tony Patterson 4 1-2 9, Andy Pennington 1 0-0 3, Justin McClellan 0 2-2 2, Phil Powe 0 0-0 0, Robert Spears 0 0-0 0, Totals 26 14-16 75. CHATTANOOGA – Brandon Born 3 0-0 6, Gary Robb 8 0-0 16, Daymond Woods 2 4-4 9, Tim Brooks 6 5-8 20, Tee Jay Jackson 7 8-10 22, Chad Copeland 4 1-1 11, Ed Snead 1 0-0 2, Bart Redden 0 1-0 0. Totals 31 18-24 86. 3-point goals – ETSU 9 (Pelphrey 5, Palmer 3, Pennington); Chattanooga 6 (Brooks 3, Copeland 2, D. Woods). Halftime – Chattanooga 49, ETSU 30.


SOCON TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1994 Asheville, N.C. First Round, March 3, 1994 Furman 75, The Citadel 70 VMI 84, Marshall 62 Quarterfinals, March 4, 1994 Chattanooga 85, Furman 81 Georgia Southern 85, Appalachian State 60 Davidson 71, VMI 61 Western Carolina 79, ETSU 78 Semifinals, March 5, 1994 Chattanooga 99, Georgia Southern 91 (OT) Davidson 93, Western Carolina 89

1995 Asheville, N.C. First Round, March 2, 1995 Georgia Southern 94, VMI 71 Appalachian State 78, Furman 73 Quarterfinals, March 3, 1995 Chattanooga 70, Georgia Southern 66 ETSU 85, The Citadel 65 Appalachian State 93, Marshall 82 Western Carolina 78, Davidson 74 Semifinals, March 4, 1995 Chattanooga 71, ETSU 69 Western Carolina 74, Appalachian State 64 Championship, March 5, 1995 Chattanooga 63, Western Carolina 61 WESTERN CAROLINA – Tim Ford 3 0-0 7, Kevin Kullum 6 2-2 14, Scott Scholtz 1 2-2 4, Frankie King 4 9-10 18, Anquell McCollum 6 1-2 17, Scott Bradley 0 0-0 0, Ken Gibson 0 0-0 0, Johnny Scott 0 1-2 1. Totals 20 15-18 61. CHATTANOOGA – Maurio Hanson 4 5-6 15, Brandon Born 5 6-6 17, Julian Scott 2 1-2 5, Lincoln Walters 0 0-0 0, John Oliver 2 0-0 5, Rodney Lemons 0 1-2 1, Shane Neal 0 0-0 0, Pat Henderson 2 6-9 10, Marcus Watkins 3 2-2 10. Totals 18 21-27 63. 3-point goals – Chattanooga 6 (Hanson 2, Watkins 2, Born 1, Oliver 1); Western Carolina 6 (McCollum 4, Ford 1, King 1). Halftime – Western Carolina 31, Chattanooga 22. 1996 Greensboro, N.C. First Round, Feb. 29, 1996 Appalachian State 75, The Citadel 73 Quarterfinals, March 1, 1996 Davidson 67, ETSU 43 Marshall 82, Chattanooga 81 Western Carolina 74, Appalachian State 66 VMI 91, Furman 89 (OT)

Championship, March 3, 1996 Western Carolina 69, Davidson 60 WESTERN CAROLINA – Joe Stafford 2 2-2 10, Scott Scholtz 4 0-0 8, Kerry Wright 2 4-4 8, Joal Fleming 2 1-2 5, Anquell McCollum 3 7-9 13, William Butler 0 0-0 0, Ken Gibson 0 0-0 0, Kevin Kullum 3 6-6 12, Larry Mayo 0 2-2 2, Lazarus Chennault 0 0-0 0, Jarvis Graham 5 1-1 11. Totals 21 25-30 69. DAVIDSON – Narcisse Ewodo 6 2-4 15, Brnadon Williams 7 1-1 17, Quinn Harwood 2 2-2 6, Chris Alpert 6 4-5 16, Ray Minlend 1 2-6 4, Mark Donnelly 0 0-0 0, Ali Ton 0 0-0 0, Jeff Anderson 1 0-0 2, Chadd Holmes 0 0-0 0, Mark McGuire 0 0-0 0. Totals 23 11-18 60. 3-point goals – Western Carolina 2 (Stafford 2); Davidson 3 (Ewodo 1, Williams 2). Halftime – Western Carolina 39, Davidson 37. 1997 Greensboro, N.C. First Round, Feb. 27, 1997 VMI 87, Furman 84 (OT) Georgia Southern 68, ETSU 48 Quarterfinals, Feb. 28, 1997 Chattanooga 84, VMI 62 Davidson 83, The Citadel 61 Marshall 78, Georgia Southern 46 Appalachian State 87, Western Carolina 68 Semifinals, March 1, 1997 Chattanooga 77, Davidson 70 Marshall 84, Appalachian State 78 Championship, March 2, 1997 Chattanooga 71, Marshall 70 (OT) MARSHALL – Von Dale Morton 5 4-4 14, John Brannen 7 4-4 21, Derrick Wright 0 0-0 0, Sidney Coles 4 0-1 8, Keith Veney 9 3-4 27, Chris Gray 0 0-0 0, Carlton King 0 0-0 0. Totals 25 11-13 70. CHATTANOOGA – Isaac Conner 3 2-2 10, Johnny Taylor 4 4-6 14, Chris Mims 7 2-4 16, Willie Young 5 2-2 16, Wes Moore 0 0-0 0, David Phillips 1 1-3 3, Marquis Collier 4 4-4 12, Akintoye Oloko 0 0-0 0. Totals 24 15-21 71. 3-point goals – Chattanooga 8 (Conner 2, Taylor 2, Young 4); Marshall 9 (Brannen 3, Veney 6). Halftime – Marshall 33, Chattanooga 30. Regulation – Chattanooga 64, Marshall 64. 1998 Greensboro, N.C. First Round, Feb. 26, 1998 Georgia Southern 57, ETSU 47 UNCG 60, Western Carolina 59 Quarterfinals, Feb. 27, 1998 Davidson 72, Georgia Southern 68 The Citadel 77, VMI 66 Chattanooga 56, UNCG 55 Appalachian State 60, Furman 58 Semifinals, Feb. 28, 1998 Davidson 68, The Citadel 59 Appalachian State 85, Chattanooga 75 Championship, March 1, 1998 Davidson 66, Appalachian State 62 APPALACHIAN STATE – Marshall Phillips 5 4-4 17, Kareem Livingston 4 0-5 8, Tyson Patterson 5 2-3 13, Blair Adderley 2 5-7 10, Tige Darner 4 2-2 12, Ian Adams 0 0-0 0, Matt McMahon 0 0-0 0, Terence Tyler 0 0-0 0, Clint Crosston 0 0-0 0, Josh Grover 1 0-0 2. Totals 21 13-21 62.

DAVIDSON – Davor Halbauer 1 0-0 3, Landry Kosmalski 3 0-2 7, Stephen Marshall 3 1-1 7, Mark Donnelly 4 2-2 13, Ali Ton 0 0-0 0, Billy Armstrong 3 3-4 10, David Burns 3 0-0 9, Chadd Holmes 0 0-0 0, Ben Ebong 6 5-8 17. Totals 23 11-17 66. 3-point goals – Davidson 9 (Donnelly 3, Burns 3, Halbauer 1, Kosmalski 1, Armstrong 1); Appalachian State 7 (Phillips 3, Darner 2, Patterson 1, Adderley 1). Halftime – Davidson 40, Appalachian State 31. 1999 Greensboro, N.C. First Round, Feb. 25, 1999 Furman 57, VMI 49 Western Carolina 67, Wofford 64 Georgia Southern 81, UNCG 78 ETSU 72, The Citadel 59 Quarterfinals, Feb. 26, 1999 College of Charleston 98, Furman 74 Western Carolina 82, Davidson 77 Appalachian State 74, Georgia Southern 65 Chattanooga 77, ETSU 65 Semifinals, Feb. 27, 1999 College of Charleston 80, Western Carolina 49 Appalachian State 94, Chattanooga 91 (2OT) Championship, Feb. 28, 1999 College of Charleston 77, Appalachian State 67 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON – Webber 3 0-0 6, Lumpkin 6 0-1 12, McCravy 1 4-6 6, President 3 7-7 15, Johnson 9 1-1 21, Brown 3 1-1, 7, Bolton 0 0-0 0, Thomas 3 3-4 10. Totals 28 16-20 77. APPALACHIAN STATE – Phillips 6 5-6 18, Adderley 1 0-1 2, Holmes 5 2-2 12, Patterson 4 0-0 11, McMahon 5 1-4 15, Adams 1 0-0 2, Davis 0 0-0 0, Fritts 0 0-0 0, Alexander 1 0-0 2, Grover 2 1-2 5. Totals 25 9-15 67. 3-point goals – College of Charleston 5 (President 2, Johnson 2, Thomas 1); Appalachian State 8 (Phillips 1, Patterson 3, McMahon 4). Halftime – Appalachian State 37, College of Charleston 30. 2000 Greenville, S.C. First Round, March 2, 2000 Chattanooga 90, Western Carolina 75 Furman 77, UNCG 61 ETSU 85, The Citadel 71 Wofford 81, VMI 72

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Championship, March 6, 1994 Chattanooga 65, Davidson 64 DAVIDSON – Janko Narat 3 1-2 7, Brandon Williams 6 0-0 14, George Spain 5 0-1 10, Chris Alpert 1 0-0 3, Jeff Anderson 2 0-0 4, Mark Donnelly 3 1-2 9, Jason Zimmerman 1 0-0 2, Quinn Harwood 2 2-2 7, Mark McGuire 4 0-0 8. Totals 27 4-7 64. CHATTANOOGA – Maurio Hanson 4 4-6 14, Brandon Born 3 2-2 8, Roger Smith 5 1-2 11, Gary Robb 2 3-5 7, Chad Copeland 7 2-2 21, Fred Moore 0 0-0 0, Patrick Henderson 1 0-0 2, LaMonte Woods 1 0-0 2, John Oliver 0 0-0 0. Totals 23 12-17 65. 3-point goals – Davidson 6 (Donnelly 2, Williams 2, Harwood, Alpert); Chattanooga 7 (Copeland 5, Hanson 2). Halftime – Davidson 38, Chattanooga 35.

Semifinals, March 2, 1996 Davidson 92, Marshall 77 Western Carolina 97, VMI 93

Quarterfinals, March 3, 2000 Appalachian State 88, Chattanooga 66 Furman 68, Georgia Southern 54 College of Charleston 65, ETSU 51 Wofford 65, Davidson 64 Semifinals, March 4, 2000 Appalachian State 60, Furman 56 College of Charleston 74, Wofford 64 Championship, March 5, 2000 Appalachian State 68, College of Charleston 56 APPALACHIAN STATE – Cedrick Holmes 1 3-4 5, Corey Cooper 4 2-2 10, Tyson Patterson 7 7-10 21, Matt McMahon 1 0-0 3, Shawn Alexander 5 1-2 11, Jonathan Butler 0 0-0 0, Rufus Leach 6 3-5 16, Buddy Davis 0 0-0 0, Josh Shehan 1 0-1 2. Totals 25 16-24 68. COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON – Leighton Bowie 2 2-2 6, Jody Lumpkin 5 6-9 16, A.J. Harris 0 0-0 0, Jeff Bolton 3 4-4 11, James Griffin 4 0-0 11, Trey Wheless 1 0-0 2, Tyrone Nelson 2 0-0 4, Rudy Rothseiden 3 0-0 6, Pat Davis 0 0-0 0. Totals 20 12-15 56. 3-point goals – Appalachian State 2 (Leach 1, McMahon 1; College of Charleston 4 (Griffin 3, Bolton 1). Halftime – College of Charleston 29, Appalachian St. 28.

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SOCON TOURNAMENT RESULTS 2001 Greenville, S.C. First Round, March 1, 2001 Davidson 60, Wofford 57 Western Carolina 67, The Citadel 57 Georgia Southern 76, VMI 59 Appalachian State 58, Furman 56

Championship, March 6, 2004 ETSU 78, Chattanooga 62 CHATTANOOGA – Champion 1 0-0 2; Katelynas 3 3-4 9; Brown 4 1-1 10, Trowell 1 3-4 6, Rogan 0 0-0 0, Pugh 8 3-4 20, Richardson 3 0-0 9, Matthews 0 0-0 0, Long 1 0-0 2, Walton 0 0-0 0, Anderson 2 0-0 4. Totals 23 10-13 62. ETSU – Fields 3 1-1 8, Wadood 6 1-1 14, Rhoda 4 2-2 10, Smith 10 2-2 25, Strong 5 0-1 11, Scott 0 0-0 0, Nuckles 3 3-4 10. Totals 31 9-11 78. 3-point goals – Chattanooga 6 (Brown 1, Trowell 1, Pugh 1, Richardson 3). ETSU 7 (Fields 1, Wadood 1, Smith 3, Strong 1, Nuckles 1). Halftime – ETSU 43, Chattanooga 35.

Quarterfinals, March 2, 2001 Davidson 57, College of Charleston 54 UNCG 91, Western Carolina 69 Georgia Southern 78, ETSU 64 Chattanooga 78, Appalachian State 74

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2005 Chattanooga, Tenn. First Round, March 2, 2005 Elon 64, Wofford 58 Georgia Southern 69, Western Carolina 57 ETSU 87, Furman 84 Appalachian State 68, The Citadel 59

UNCG’s David Schuck banked in the game-winner at the buzzer as the Spartans topped Chattanooga, 67-66, in the 2001 tournament final in Greenville, S.C. Quarterfinals, March 6, 2003 College of Charleston 67, Georgia Southern 53 ETSU 80, Wofford 75 VMI 66, Davidson 60 Chattanooga 98, Appalachian State 67 Semifinals, March 7, 2003 ETSU 65, College of Charleston 55 Chattanooga 77, VMI 58 Championship, March 8, 2003 ETSU 97, Chattanooga 90 ETSU – Jerald Fields 4 3-3 12, Zakee Wadood 7 2-5 17, Ben Rhoda 4 2-2 10, Tim Smith 9 4-5 25, James Anthony 1 2-2 4, Ryan Lawson 3 4-4 13, Isaac Potter 0 0-0 0, Brad Nuckes 5 6-6 16. Totals 33 23-27 97. CHATTANOOGA – Ashley Champion 11 3-6 27, Aaron Morgan 1 4-4 6, Tim Parker 4 2-2 13, Ray Trowell 4 2-2 10, Jason Rogan 12 2-2 27, Alphonso Pugh 2 1-2 6, Bryan Richardson 0 0-0 0, Mike Matthews 0 1-2 1, Tim Harris 0 0-0 0, Nick Benson 0 0-0 0. Totals 34 15-20 90. 3-point goals – ETSU 8 (Smith 3, Lawson 3, Wadood 1, Fields 1); Chattanooga 7 (Parker 3, Champion 2, Pugh 1, Rogan 1) Halftime – ETSU 48, Chattanooga 40. 2004 North Charleston, S.C. First Round, March 3, 2004 Furman 73, Western Carolina 68 Elon 66, The Citadel 56 Wofford 85, UNCG 82 College of Charleston 71, Appalachian State 61 Quarterfinals, March 4, 2004 ETSU 94, Furman 84 Davidson 68, Elon 61 Georgia Southern 82, Wofford 69 Chattanooga 89, College of Charleston 78 Semifinals, March 5, 2004 ETSU 96, Davidson 84 Chattanooga 90, Georgia Southern 87

Quarterfinals, March 3, 2005 Davidson 67, Elon 53 UNCG 73, Georgia Southern 71 Chattanooga 77, ETSU 70 Appalachian State 63, College of Charleston 60 Semifinals, March 4, 2005 UNCG 73, Davidson 68 Chattanooga 57, Appalachian State 51 Championship, March 5, 2005 Chattanooga 66, UNCG 62 UNCG – Ronnie Burrell 4 0-0 10, Kyle Hines 6 0-0 12, Dwayne Johnson 1 1-2 3, Ricky Hickman 2 8-13 13, Ray Bristow 1 2-2 5, Kevin Oleksiak 0 0-0 0, Josh Gross 7 1-2 19. Totals 21 14-21 62. CHATTANOOGA – Mindaugas Katelynas 4 2-2 12, Chris Brown 3 3-34 11, Charles Anderson 6 1-1 13, Steve Cherry 1 1-2 4, Casey Long 2 4-6 9, Jerice Crouch 1 0-0 2, Alphonso Pugh 5 0-0 11, Ricky Hood 1 0-0 2, A.J. Mastin 0 0-0 0, Matt Malone 1 09-0 2. Totals 24 11-15 66. 3-point goals – Chattanooga 7 (Katelynas 2, Brown 2, Cherry 1, Long 1, Pugh 1); UNCG 6 (Gross 4, Hickman 1, Bristow 1) Halftime – Chattanooga 27, UNCG 19. 2006 North Charleston, S.C. First Round, March 2, 2006 Appalachian State 66, Wofford 65 UNCG 69, Western Carolina 65 The Citadel 65, Furman 53 Quarterfinals, March 3, 2006 Appalachian State 74, Georgia Southern 61 Chattanooga 65, College of Charleston 53 Elon 64, UNCG 61 (OT) Davidson 79, The Citadel 73 Semifinals, March 4, 2006 Chattanooga 78, Appalachian State 75 Davidson 65, Elon 58 Championship, March 5, 2006 Davidson 80, Chattanooga 55 CHATTANOOGA – Steve Cherry 2 0-2 4, Charles Anderson 2 1-7 5, Keddric Mays 5 0-0 13, Ricky Hood 4 1-1 10, Casey Long 2 3-3 7, Jerice Crouch 4 1-2 9, Omar Johnson 0 0-0 0, Zach Ferrell 0 0-0 0, Jaycen Herring 1-2 0-0 2, Nicchaeus Doaks 1 0-2 3, Khalil Hartwell 0 2-3 2. Totals 21 8-20 55.


SOCON TOURNAMENT RESULTS DAVIDSON – Thomas Sander 3 0-0 6, Ian Johnson 4 2-2 10, Matt McKillop 3 0-0 9, Kenny Grant 1 0-0 2, Brendan Winters 13 1-1 33, Jason Richards 0 0-0 0, Boris Meno 4 4-6 12, Max Paulhus Gosselin 0 0-0 0, Can Civi 0 0-0 0, John Falconi 0 0-0 0, Eric Blancett 1 0-0 2, Jason Morton 2 1-2 6, Chris Clunie 0 0-0 0, Andrew Lovedale 0 0-0 0. Totals 31 8-11 80. 3-point goals – Chattanooga 5 (Mays 3, Hood 1, Doaks 1). Davidson 10 (McKillop 3, Winters 6, Morton 1). Halftime – Davidson 35, Chattanooga 20.

2010 Charlotte, N.C. First Round, March 5, 2010 Elon 66, Davidson 59 UNCG 66, Furman 65 The Citadel 55, Samford 43 Chattanooga 82, Georgia Southern 62 Quarterfinals, March 6, 2010 Western Carolina 68, Elon 57 Wofford 59, UNCG 47 Appalachian State 71, The Citadel 61 College of Charleston 96, Chattanooga 69

2007 North Charleston, S.C. First Round, Feb. 28, 2007 Chattanooga 64, Wofford 55 Western Carolina 69, Elon 65 Georgia Southern 62, The Citadel 46

Semifinals, March 7, 2010 Wofford 77, Western Carolina 58 Appalachian State 77, College of Charleston 54

Quarterfinals, March 1, 2007 Davidson 78, Chattanooga 68 Furman 73, UNCG 71 Appalachian State 78, Western Carolina 59 College of Charleston 77, Georgia Southern 66 Semifinals, March 2, 2007 Davidson 91, Furman 68 College of Charleston 89, Appalachian State 87 (OT)

2008 North Charleston, S.C. First Round, March 7, 2008 Wofford 58, Western Carolina 49 Elon 52, Furman 37 College of Charleston 66, The Citadel 48 Quarterfinals, March 8, 2008 Davidson 82, Wofford 49 UNCG 63, Appalachian State 46 Elon 60, Chattanooga 57 College of Charleston 87, Georgia Southern 73 Semifinals, March 9, 2008 Davidson 82, UNCG 52 Elon 75, College of Charleston 61 Championship, March 10, 2008 Davidson 65, Elon 49 ELON – TJ Douglas 6-10 0-0 18; Brett James 5-15 2-2 13; Devan Carter 2-3 0-0 4; Chris Long 2-8 0-0 4; Ola Atoyebi 1-3 1-2 3; Brian Waters 1-4 1-2 3; Adam Constantine 1-1 0-0 2; Montell Watson 1-10 0-0 2. Totals 19-54 4-6 49. DAVIDSON – Stephen Curry 8-18 2-2 23; Thomas Sander 5-7 1-1 11; Andrew Lovedale 4-6 2-3 10; Bryant Barr 2-3 0-0 6; Boris Meno 2-3 1-2 5; Max Paulhus Gosselin 2-5 0-0 4; Jason Richards 1-8 2-3 4; Will Archambault 1-3 0-0 2; Stephen Rossiter 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 25-55 8-11 65.

3-point goals – Elon 7 (Douglas 6; James 1). Davidson 7 (Curry 5; Barr 2). Halftime – Davidson 30, Elon 22. 2009 Chattanooga, Tenn. First Round, March 6, 2009 Appalachian State 86, Georgia Southern 75 College of Charlston 69, UNCG 56 Elon 62, Wofford 55 Samford 57, Furman 52 Quarterfinals, March 7, 2009 Davidson 84, Appalachian State 68 College of Charleston 67, Western Carolina 48 Chattanooga 79, Elon 78 Samford 76, The Citadel 67 Semifinals, March 8, 2009 College of Charleston 59, Davidson 52 Chattanooga 81, Samford 70 Championship, March 9, 2009 Chattanooga 80, College of Charleston 69 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON – Tony White Jr., 1119 2-2 31; Andrew Goudelock 5-17 2-2 15; Marcus Hammond 2-4 0-0 6; Jeremy Simmons 2-4 1-3 5; Donavan Monroe 2-6 0-0 4; Jermaine Johnson 2-8 0-0 4; Antwaine Wiggins 2-4 0-0 4; Dustin Scott 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 26-65 5-7 69. CHATTANOOGA – Keyron Sheard 4-7 9-10 18; Stephen McDowell 4-12 4-4 15; Ty Patterson 4-5 1-1 12; Kevin Goffney 2-7 5-6 10; Khalil Hartwell 3-10 1-3 7; Chris Early 2-5 2-2 6; Dante Harvey 3-5 0-0 6; Nicchaeus Doaks 3-6 0-1 6. Totals 25-57 22-27 80. 3-point goals – College of Charleston 12 (White, Jr. 7; Goudelock 3; Hammond 2). Chattanooga 8 (Patterson 3; McDowell 3; Goffney 1; Sheard 1). Halftime – College of Charleston 34, Chattanooga 34.

2011 Chattanooga, Tenn. First Round, March 4, 2011 UNCG 71, Davidson 64 Appalachian State 65, Georgia Southern 57 Furman 61, Samford 48 Elon 85, The Citadel 74 Quarterfinals, March 5, 2011 Western Carolina 77, UNCG 66 Wofford 69, Appalachian State 56 Furman 61, Chattanooga 52 College of Charleston 78, Elon 60

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Championship, March 3, 2007 Davidson 72, College of Charleston 65 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON – Jermaine Johnson, 6 1-2 13, David Lawrence 5 0-0 13, Philip McCandies 3 1-3 8, Dontaye Draper 2 3-4 8, Marcus Hammond 1 0-0 3, Josh Jackson 4 1-2 9, Javon Parris 1 0-1 2, Tony White, Jr. 3 0-0 9, Konimba Diarra 0 0-0 0. Totals 25 6-12 65. DAVIDSON – Stephen Curry 10 5-7 29, Boris Meno 5 3-3 14, Thomas Sander 3 2-2 8, Jason Richards 2 0-0 4, Max Paulhaus Gosselin 1 0-0 3, William Archambault 3 0-0 8, Stephen Rossiter 0 0-0 0, Bryant Barr 0 3-3 3, Andrew Lovedale 1 1-2 2. Totals 25 14-17 72. 3-point goals – College of Charleston 9 (Lawrence 3, White 3, McCandies 1, Draper 1, Hammond 1). Davidson 8 (Curry 4, Archambault 2, Meno 1, Gosselin 1) Halftime – Davidson 37, College of Charleston 35.

Alphonso Pugh (3) was one of four Chattanooga players to score in double figures as the Mocs claimed the 2005 tournament crown, 66-62 over UNCG.

Championship, March 8, 2010 Wofford 56, Appalachian State 51 APPALACHIAN STATE – Josh Hunter 2-5 2-7 6; Isaac Butts 2-5 0-0 4; Donald Sims 2-15 4-4 9; Jeremi Booth 2-2 0-0 5; Kellen Brand 0-8 4-4 4; Ryan Abraham 3-7 3-3 11; Marcus Wright 0-0 0-0 0; Tyler Webb 0-1 0-0 0; Andre Williamson 4-6 4-6 12. Totals 15-52 17-24 51. WOFFORD – Tim Johnson 0-8 0-0 0; Noah Dahlman 4-12 2-2 10; Junior Salters 3-3 0-3 8; Jamar Diggs 4-12 1-2 9; Brad Loesing 0-2 1-2 1; Cameron Rundles 5-8 9-13 20; Kevin Giltner 1-4 0-0 2; Jason Dawson 0-3 0-0 0; Corey Godzinski 1-1 0-0 2; Terry Martin 1-1 2-3 4. Totals 19-54 15-25 59. 3-point goals – Appalachian State 4 (Abraham 2; Booth 1; Sims 1). Wofford 3 (Salters 2; Rundles 1). Halftime – Wofford 33, Appalachian State 18.

Semifinals, March 6, 2011 Wofford 86, Western Carolina 72 College of Charleston 63, Furman 58 Championship, March 7, 2011 Wofford 77, College of Charleston 67 WOFFORD – Tim Johnson 4-5 1-1 9; Noah Dahlman 7-15 6-6 20; Cameron Rundles 6-12 6-7 21; Jamar Diggs 6-13 5-6 17; Brad Loesing 2-3 0-0 4; Nathan Parker 0-4 2-2 2; Kevin Giltner 1-0 0-0 0; Drew Crowell 0-0 0-0 0; Terry Martin 1-3 2-2 4. Totals 26-56 2224 77. COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON – Antwaine Wiggins 3-9 6-8 12; Trent Wiedeman 1-1 4-6 6; Willis Hall 1-3 0-0 2; Donavan Monroe 8-18 1-2 19; Andrew Goudelock 9-20 3-4 25; Andrew Lawrence 1-3 0-0 3; James Carlton 0-1 0-0 1; Jordan Scott 0-00-0 0. Totals 23-55 13-20 67. 3-point goals – Wofford 3 (Rundles 3). College of Charleston 8 (Goudelock 4; Monroe 3; Lawrence 1). Halftime – College of Charleston 32, Wofford 28.

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SOCON TOURNAMENT RESULTS 2012 Asheville, N.C. First Round, March 2, 2012 Appalachian State 93, College of Charleston 81 Western Carolina 68, The Citadel 56 Samford 75, Furman 66 Georgia Southern 76, Chattanooga 70 Quarterfinals, March 3, 2012 UNCG 65, Appalachian State 55 Western Carolina 82, Wofford 59 Davidson 73, Furman 54 Elon 65, Georgia Southern 58

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Semifinals, March 4, 2012 Western Carolina 82, UNCG 77 Davidson 82, Elon 67 Championship, March 5, 2012 Davidson 93, Western Carolina 91 (2OT) WESTERN CAROLINA – Tawaski King 5-10 10-12 10; Keaton Cole 5-13 8-9 21; Trey Sumler 7-13 0-0 18; Harouna Mutombo 9-24 2-3 20; Brandon Boogs 1-8 0-0 3; Kenneth Hall 0-0 0-0 0; James Sinclair 3-5 0-0 8; Ishmael Hollis 0-0 0-0 0; Preston Ross 0-0 2-3 2. Totals 30-73 22-27 91. DAVIDSON – Jake Cohen 7-9 2-2 17; De’Mon Brooks 7-15 5-5 19; JP Kuhlman 7-12 3-4 19; Nik Cochran 7-13 2-2 16; Chris Dzerapowicz 3-10 0-0 8; Tyler Kalinoski 1-4 0-0 2; Will Reigel 1-1 0-0 2; Tom Droney 0-2 0-0 0; Clin Mann 4-4 2-3 10. Totals 37-70 14-16 93. 3-point goals – Western Carolina 9 (Sumler 4; Cole 3; Sinclair 2). Davidson 5 (Czerapowicz 2; Kuhlman 2; Cohen 1). Halftime – Davidson 36, Western Carolina 35. 2013 Asheville, N.C. First Round, March 8, 2013 Georgia Southern 60, Wofford 44 Furman 55, Samford 51 UNCG 87, Chattanooga 81 Western Carolina 76, The Citadel 61 Quarterfinals, March 9, 2013 Davidson 86, Georgia Southern 59 Appalachian State 74, Furman 60 Elon 68, UNCG 61 College of Charleston 78, Western Carolina 70 Semifinals, March 10, 2013 Davidson 65, Appalachian State 62 College of Charleston 68, Elon 60 Championship, March 11, 2013 Davidson 74, College of Charleston 55 COLL. OF CHARLESTON – Adjehi Baru 3-7 5-7 11; Anthony Thomas 3-9 0-0 6; Willis Hall 0-2 2-2 2; Andrew Lawrence 5-15 8-9 19; Anthony Stitt 3-9 2-2 9; Matt Sundberg 1-3 0-0 2; Pat Branin 0-5 0-0 0; Nori Johnson 0-2 0-0 0; Bart Benton 0-1 0-0 0; Theo Johnson 0-0 0-0 0; Trevonte Dixon 0-0 0-0 0; Trent Wiedeman 2-9 3-5 7. Totals 17-57 20-25 55. DAVIDSON – Jake Cohen 4-7 4-6 12; De’Mon Brooks 9-14 6-9 24; JP Kuhlman 6-7 0-1 2; Nik Cochran 3-5 4-4 10; Chris Czerapowicz 3-8 0-0 7; Youssef Mejri 0-0 0-0 0; Mason Archie II 0-0 0-0 0; Tyler Kalinoski 1-2 0-0 2; Clay Tormey 0-0 0-0 0; Jordan Barham 0-0 0-1 0; Ali Mackay 0-0 0-0 0; Tom Droney 1-6 0-0 3; Jake Belford 1-2 0-0 2; Connor Perkey 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 28-51 14-21 74. 3-point goals – College of Charleston 1 (Lawrence 1). Davidson 4 (Kuhlman 2; Czerapowicz 1; Droney 1). Halftime – Davidson 35, College of Charleston 26.

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2014 Asheville, N.C. First Round, March 7, 2014 Samford 70, Appalachian State 56 Georgia Southern 65, Furman 50 The Citadel 86, UNCG 76 Quarterfinals, March 8, 2014 Davidson 77, Samford 54 Western Carolina 66, Elon 64 Georgia Southern 62, Chattanooga 55 Wofford 68, The Citadel 51 Semifinals, March 9, 2014 Western Carolina 99, Davidson 97 (OT) Wofford 71, Georgia Southern 57 Championship, March 10, 2014 Wofford 56, Western Carolina 53 WESTERN CAROLINA – Kenneth Hall 0-0 0-0 0; Tawaski King 4-11 2-2 10; Trey Sumler 3-12 2-2 9; Brandon Boggs 8-13 0-0 17; James Sinclair 4-11 0-0 9; Tom Tankelwicz 0-5 2-2 2; Mike Brown 0-1 1-2 3; Rhett Harrelson 0-0 0-0 0; Torrion Brummitt 0-1 1-2 1; Justin Browning 1-3 2-2 4. WOFFORD – C.J. Neuman 4-8 1-2 9; Lee Skinner 5-10 1-3 11; Karl Cochran 8-16 2-3 23; Eric Garcia 1-5 0-0 3; Spencer Collins 0-7 3-5 3; John Swinton 0-0 0-0 0; Aerris Smith 0-1 0-0 0; Jaylen Allen 2-3 0-0 1; Justin Gordon 1-3 0-2 2. 3-point goals – Western Carolina 3 (Boggs 1; Sinclair 1; Sumler 1). Wofford 7 (Cochran 5; Allen 1; Garcia 1). Halftime – Wofford 27, Western Carolina 20. 2015 Asheville, N.C. First Round, March 6, 2015 UNCG 81, Samford 76 Furman 73, The Citadel 56 Quarterfinals, March 7, 2015 Wofford 70, UNCG 52 Western Carolina 67, ETSU 61 (OT) Furman 69, Chattanooga 67 Mercer 89, VMI 61 Semifinals, March 8, 2015 Wofford 73, Western Carolina 61 Furman 52, Mercer 49 Championship, March 9, 2015 Wofford 67, Furman 64 FURMAN – Kris Acox 2-3 2-2 6; Kendrec Ferrara 4-8 2-2 10; Devin Sibley 2-6 0-0 5; Stephen Croone 5-7 3-4 14; Daniel Fowler 5-6 0-0 11; John Davis 0-5 0-0 0; Geoff Beans 5-8 0-0 15; Larry Wideman 1-3 0-0 3. WOFFORD – Justin Gordon 1-2 3-4 5; Lee Skinner 6-8 5-7 17; Karl Cochran 5-13 0-0 11; Eric Garcia 4-9 3-4 15; Spencer Collins 3-12 4-4 10; John Swinton 1-3 2-2 4; Jaylen Allen 1-2 0-0 3; C.J. Neuman 1-2 0-0 2; Cameron Jackson 0-0 0-0 0. 3-point goals – Furman 9 (Beans 5; Croone 1; Sibley 1; Wideman 1). Wofford 6 (Garcia 4; Allen 1; Cochran 1). Halftime – Furman 36, Wofford 36. 2016 Asheville, N.C. First Round, March 4, 2016 Samford 92, VMI 85 Mercer 71, The Citadel 69 Quarterfinals, March 5, 2016 Chattanooga 59, Samford 54 Western Carolina 88, Wofford 83 ETSU 81, Mercer 65 Furman 80, UNCG 64

Semifinals, March 6, 2016 Chattanooga 73, Western Carolina 69 ETSU 84, Furman 76 Championship, March 7, 2016 Chattanooga 73, ETSU 67 ETSU – Isaac Banks 1-1 0-0 2; T.J. Cromer 5-13 1-2 13; Petey McClain 0-2 0-0 0; Ge’Lawn Guyn 4-11 1-2 11; Deuce Bello 3-7 1-4 9; Peter Jurkin 2-4 0-0 4; Desonta Bradford 6-13 1-1 14; A.J. Merriweather 3-5 1-2 7; Lester Wilson 2-6 1-2 7. CHATTANOOGA – Chuck Ester 3-7 1-1 8; Justin Tuoyo 3-6 2-2 8; Greg Pryor 3-10 7-10 13; Eric Robertson 2-4 6-6 12; Tre’ McLean 4-10 4-6 13; Dee Oldham 2-4 4-4 9; Jamal Burroughs-Cook 2-5 2-2 7; Duke Ethridge 1-4 0-0 3. 3-point goals – ETSU 9 (Bello 2; Cromer 2; Guyn 2; Wilson 2; Bradford 1). Chattanooa 7 (Robertson 2; Ester 1; Burroughs-Cook 1; Ethridge 1; McLean 1; Oldham 1). Halftime – Chattanooga 38, ETSU 26 2017 Asheville, N.C. First Round, March 3, 2017 The Citadel 78, Western Carolina 72 Samford 79, VMI 61 Quarterfinals, March 4, 2017 UNCG 76, The Citadel 67 Wofford 79, Chattanooga 67 Samford 67, Furman 63 ETSU 73, Mercer 66 Semifinals, March 5, 2017 UNCG 77, Wofford 73 ETSU 81, Samford 72 Championship, March 6, 2017 ETSU 79, UNCG 74 ETSU – H. Mosquera-Perea 4-5 4-4 12; Tevin Glass 6-11 0-0 12; T.J. Cromer 6-13 11-11 23; Desonta Bradford 2-6 0-0 5; A.J. Merriweather 5-5 2-2 13; Devontavius Payne 1-5 0-0 2; David Burrell 2-5 0-0 5; Isaac Banks 1-2 0-0 2; Jermaine Long 1-2 2-2 5. UNCG – Marvin Smith 0-3 0-0 0; James Dickey 1-3 0-0 3; R.J. White 8-13 6-8 23; Francis Alonso 7-17 9-1128; Diante Baldwin 5-15 0-0 12; Malik Massey 0-3 0-1 0; Demetrius Troy 2-3 0-0 4; Kyrin Galloway 0-1 0-0 0; Jordy Kuiper 2-3 0-0 3. 3-point goals – ETSU 4 (Bradford 1; Merriweather 1; Burrell 1; Long 1). UNCG 9 (Alonso 5; Baldwin 2; White 1; Kuiper 1). Halftime – UNCG 38, ETSU 31


ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS 1923 K.P. Gatchell, Mississippi State H.G. Perkins, Mississippi State Bill Redd, Chattanooga Baby Roane, Georgia Tech Consuello Smith, Mercer 1924 Cartwright Carmichael, North Carolina Slim Carter, Alabama Eddie Gurr, Georgia Monk McDonald, North Carolina K.P. Gatchell, Mississippi State 1925 Jack Cobb, North Carolina Ellis Henican, Tulane Howard Holland, Virginia Billie Izard, Mississippi State Henry Lind, Tulane Edward Morgan, Tulane Charles Wiehrs, Georgia 1926 First Team Jack Cobb, North Carolina Bunn Hackney, North Carolina Earl Johnson, Mississippi Artie Newcombe, North Carolina H.L. Stone, Mississippi State

1927 First Team Paul Dear, Virginia Tech Walter Forbes, Georgia George Keen, Georgia John McCall, Vanderbilt James Stuart, Vanderbilt Second Team Heinie Fair, South Carolina George Florence, Georgia Bunn Hackney, North Carolina Cecil Jamison, Georgia Tech John Purser, North Carolina 1929 Joe Croson, Duke Frank Goodwin, North Carolina State L.F. Haar, North Carolina State Dewitt Laird, Mississippi Louis McGinnis, Kentucky Henry Palmer, Georgia Robert Selby, Mississippi R.S. Warren, North Carolina State Bill Werber, Duke Henry Young, North Carolina State

Second Team Jake Bronston, Kentucky Joe Croson, Duke Mel Emmelhainz, Florida George Garrison, Louisiana State Tommy Reeder, Georgia 1932 First Team Tom Alexander, North Carolina T.W. Lumpkin, Auburn Bill Strickland, Georgia Virgil Weathers, North Carolina Leroy Young, Georgia Second Team Louis Berger, Maryland Wilmer Hines, North Carolina Forrest Sale, Kentucky Vernon Smith, Georgia James Thompson, Duke 1933 First Team Gilbert Clark, North Carolina State Earl Hall, Virginia Tech James Thompson, Duke Bennie Tompkins, South Carolina Freddie Tompkins, South Carolina Second Team Dana Henderson, South Carolina Wilmer Hines, North Carolina Herbert Thompson, Duke Rufus Vincent, Maryland Virgil Weathers, North Carolina 1934 Stewart Aitken, North Carolina Bill Downey, VMI Jason Glace, North Carolina Jim McCachren, North Carolina Ray Rex, North Carolina State Joe Sawyers, Washington & Lee Charles Smith, Washington & Lee Herb Thompson, Duke Jim Thompson, Duke Virgil Weathers, North Carolina 1935 First Team Stewart Aitken, North Carolina Ivan Glace, North Carolina Norman Iler, Washington & Lee Jim McCachren, North Carolina Joe Pette, Washington & Lee

1930 First Team Maurice Corbitt, Tennessee Harry Councilor, Duke Lindy Hood, Alabama Paul McBrayer, Kentucky Bill Werber, Duke

Second Team William Downey, VMI Robert Fielk, Washington & Lee Melvin Nelson, North Carolina Ray Rex, North Carolina State Charles Smith, Washington & Lee Alex Swails, Clemson

Second Team Joe Croson, Duke Bobby Dodd, Tennessee Bill Laney, Alabama Sandford Sanford, Georgia Earl Smith, Alabama

1936 First Team Bernie Buscher, Maryland Norman Iler, Washington & Lee Jim McCachren, North Carolina Joe Pette, Washington & Lee Bob Spessard, Washington & Lee

1942 First Team Herb Cline, Wake Forest Glenn Knox, William & Mary Bones McKinney, North Carolina State Ray Spuhler, Duke Al Vandeweghe, William & Mary

Second Team Andy Bershak, North Carolina Tom Brown, Clemson Earl Carson, Washington & Lee Earl Ruth, North Carolina Vic Willis, Maryland 1937 First Team Earl Carson, Washington & Lee Norman Iler, Washington & Lee Earl Ruth, North Carolina Bob Spessard, Washington & Lee Jim Waller, Wake Forest

Second Team Cedric Loftis, Duke Bernie Mock, North Carolina State Jack Tabscott, North Carolina State Pres Westmoreland, South Carolina Matt Zunic, George Washington

Second Team Andy Bershak, North Carolina Connie Mac Berry, North Carolina State Bill Mann, North Carolina State Ken Podger, Duke Ramsay Potts, North Carolina 1938 First Team Earl Carson, Washington & Lee Ed Kitchens, Clemson George Knepley, Maryland Banks McFadden, Clemson Bob Spessard, Washington & Lee

1943 First Team Bob Gantt, Duke John Konizewski, George Washington Cedric Loftis, Duke Tommy Peters, Davidson John Seward, Duke Second Team Gordon Carver, Duke Joe Gallagher, George Washington Jim Rausch, George Washington John Shumate, The Citadel Emil Sotnyk, George Washington

Second Team Russ Bergman, Duke Fred Edwards, Duke Connie Mac Berry, North Carolina State Earl Ruth, North Carolina Waverly Wheeler, Maryland 1939 First Team George Dewitt, Maryland Eddie Johnson, Maryland George Knepley, Maryland Banks McFadden, Clemson Ed Swindell, Duke

1944 First Team Boyce Box, North Carolina Gordon Carver, Duke Danny Frederick, Virginia Tech Bernie Mock, North Carolina Bill Wright, Duke Second Team Harry Bushkar, Virginia Tech John Dewell, North Carolina Jack Fitch, North Carolina Harry Harner, Duke Jim Lowry, Davidson

Second Team Russ Bergman, Duke Jack Bryce, Clemson Bill Mann, North Carolina State Jim Rennie, North Carolina State Jim Waller, Wake Forest

1945 First Team Manny Alvarez, North Carolina Dan Buckley, Duke Gordon Carver, Duke Jim Jordan, North Carolina Charles Sokol, South Carolina

1940 First Team George DeWitt, Maryland George Glamack, North Carolina Banks McFadden, Clemson Bill Mock, Duke Bill Sweel, Wake Forest

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Second Team William Dodderer, North Carolina George Florence, Georgia Nick George, Georgia Tech Paul Jenkins, Kentucky Nolan Richardson, Georgia

1931 First Team Louis Berger, Maryland Louis McGinnis, Kentucky Edward Ronkin, Maryland Carey Spicer, Kentucky George Yates, Kentucky

Second Team John Dillon, North Carolina Jack Flynn, Maryland Ed Koffenberger, Duke Stan Magdziak, William & Mary Bob Paxton, North Carolina

Second Team Clyde Allen, Duke Jake Burrows, The Citadel Herb Cline, Wake Forest Jimmy Howard, North Carolina Glenn Price, Duke 1941 First Team Chuck Holley, Duke Bob Rose, North Carolina Emil Sotnyk, VMI Cy Valasek, Duke Pres Westmoreland, South Carolina

1946 First Team Harry Bushkar, Virginia Tech Ed Loffenberger, Duke John Seward, Duke Dick Whiting, Duke Abner Williams, Wake Forest Second Team John Dillon, North Carolina Joe Hinerman, Wake Forest Jim Jordan, North Carolina Bones McKinney, North Carolina Deran Walters, Wake Forest

Second Team Bob Foster, VMI George Glamack, North Carolina Lanny Lofdahl, South Carolina Ray Spuhler, Duke Ed Stumpf, VMI

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ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS 1947 First Team Al Adams, South Carolina Dick Dickey, North Carolina State Pete Negley, North Carolina State Bob Paxton, North Carolina Jim White, North Carolina Second Team Ed Bartels, North Carolina State Bill Cantwell, George Washington Jim Hamilton, North Carolina Leo Katkavek, North Carolina State Barney Kreisberg, George Washington 1948 First Team Ed Bartels, North Carolina State Jere Bunting, William & Mary Leo Katkavek, North Carolina State Bob Paxton, North Carolina Corren Youmans, Duke

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Second Team Warren Cartier, North Carolina State Buddy Cheek, Davidson Dick Dickey, North Carolina State Paul Horvath, North Carolina State Tommy Hughes, Duke 1950 First Team Dick Dickey, North Carolina State Ed McMillan, William & Mary Stan Najeway, Wake Forest Sam Ranzino, North Carolina State Corren Youmans, Duke Second Team Dayton Allen, Duke Vic Bubas, North Carolina State Bill Fleming, Duke Paul Horvath, North Carolina State Jack Mueller, Wake Forest 1951 Dick Dickey, North Carolina State Dick Groat, Duke Ed McMillan, William & Mary Stan Najeway, Wake Forest Corren Youmans, Duke 1952 First Team Eddie Becker, West Virginia Dick Groat, Duke Frank Selvy, Furman Bobby Speight, North Carolina State Mark Workman, West Virginia Second Team Bill Chambers, William & Mary Nield Gordon, Furman Bernie Janicki, Duke Johnny Snee, Clemson Lee Terrill, North Carolina State 1953 First Team Nield Gordon, Furman Dickie Hemric, Wake Forest Frank Selvy, Furman Gene Shue, Maryland Mel Thompson, North Carolina State Second Team Eddie Becker, West Virginia Billy Lyles, Wake Forest Jim Sottile, West Virginia Bobby Speight, North Carolina State Jack Williams, Wake Forest

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1954 Walter Devlin, George Washington Ralph Holmes; West Virginia Joe Holup, George Washington Warren Mills, Richmond Frank Selvy, Furman 1955 Walter Devlin, George Washington Joe Holup, George Washington Rod Hundley, West Virginia Walt Lysaght, Richmond Warren Mills, Richmond 1956 Darrell Floyd, Furman Dom Flora, Washington & Lee Ed Harrison, Richmond Rod Hundley, West Virginia Walt Lysaght, Richmond 1957 Dom Flora, Washington & Lee Rod Hundley, West Virginia Lee Marshall, Washington & Lee Warren Mitchell, Richmond Lloyd Sharrar, West Virginia 1958 First Team Jeff Cohen, William & Mary Roy Lange, William & Mary Bob Smith, West Virginia Bill Telasky, George Washington Jerry West, West Virginia Second Team Tom Booker, Richmond Howard McDonald, George Washington Lloyd Sharrar, West Virginia Don Vincent, West Virginia Dick Wright, Furman 1959 First Team Jeff Cohen, William & Mary Roy Lange, William & Mary Art Musselman, The Citadel Lee Patrone, West Virginia Jerry West, West Virginia Second Team Ray Graves, The Citadel Gene Guarilia, George Washington Howard McDonald, George Washington Byron Pinson, Furman Chris Smith, Virginia Tech 1960 First Team Jeff Cohen, William & Mary Lewis Mills, Virginia Tech Lee Patrone, West Virginia Chris Smith, Virginia Tech Jerry West, West Virginia Second Team Willie Akers, West Virginia Jeff Feldman, George Washington Norm Halberstadt, VMI Bucky Keller, Virginia Tech Jim Warren, West Virginia 1961 First Team Jeff Cohen, William & Mary Gary Daniels, The Citadel Jon Feldman, George Washington Dick Markowitz, George Washington Lee Patrone, West Virginia

Duke’s Dick Groat earned all-tournament honors in 1951 and 1952. Second Team Don Ardell, George Washington Roger Bergey, William & Mary Dick Jones, The Citadel Chris Smith, Virginia Tech Jerry Smith, Furman

Second Team Don Davidson, Davidson Ric Duques, George Washington Joe Kruszewski, VMI Tom Lowry, West Virginia Leroy Peacock, Furman

1962 First Team Norm Halberstadt, VMI Bucky Keller, Virginia Tech Howard Pardue, Virginia Tech Rod Thorn, West Virginia Kenny Ward, West Virginia

1965 First Team Bob Camp, West Virginia Fred Hetzel, Davidson John Lesher, West Virginia Martin Morris, William & Mary Walter Wenk, William & Mary

Second Team Gary Daniels, The Citadel Jon Feldman, George Washington Gerald Glur, Furman Tom Lowry, West Virginia Don Weir, West Virginia

Second Team Marty Lentz, West Virginia Ron Perry, Virginia Tech Ben Pomeroy, William & Mary John Prosser, VMI Dick Snyder, Davidson

1963 First Team Fred Hetzel, Davidson Bill Jarman, Davidson Howard Pardue, Virginia Tech Jerry Smith, Furman Rod Thorn, West Virginia

1966 First Team Carl Head, West Virginia Rodney Knowles, Davidson Charlie Schmaus, VMI Dick Snyder, Davidson Ron Williams, West Virginia

Second Team Frank Alvis, Virginia Tech Bob Harris, William & Mary Tom Lowry, West Virginia Jim McCormick, West Virginia Barry Teague, Davidson

Second Team John Cauacini, West Virginia Bobby Lane, Davidson Tim Walter, William & Mary Spike Welsh, Richmond Tom Youngdale, Davidson

1964 First Team Joe Adamitis, George Washington Bill Blair, VMI Mark Clark, George Washington Fred Hetzel, Davidson Charlie Schmaus, VMI

1967 First Team Bob Benfield, West Virginia Carl Head, West Virginia Wayne Huckel, Davidson Ron Williams, West Virginia Johnny Moates, Richmond


ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS Second Team Doug Bridges, The Citadel Tom Green, Richmond Rodney Knowles, Davidson Ron Panneton, William & Mary Dave Reaser, West Virginia 1968 First Team Carey Bailey, West Virginia Dick Esleeck, Furman Kenny Foster, Richmond Mike Maloy, Davidson Ron Williams, West Virginia Second Team Doug Cook, Davidson Wayne Huckel, Davidson Bob Hummell, West Virginia Jerry Kroll, Davidson Dave Moser, Davidson 1969 First Team Doug Cook, Davidson Jerry Kroll, Davidson Mike Maloy, Davidson Jim Modlin, East Carolina Harold Rhyne, George Washington

1970 First Team Joe Brunson, Furman Doug Cook, Davidson Picot Frazier, Richmond Jerry Kroll, Davidson Mike Maloy, Davidson Second Team Bryan Adrian, Davidson Frank Owen, Richmond Bob Sherwood, William & Mary Walt Szczerbiak, George Washington Mike Tallent, George Washington 1971 First Team Jim Hewitt, Richmond Don Jackson, Furman Tom Jasper, William & Mary Jerry Martin, Furman Joe Sutter, Davidson Second Team Mike Anastasio, Richmond Bernard Collier, Furman Ben Ledbetter, The Citadel Stan Ryfinski, Richmond Lisco Thomas, Furman 1972 First Team Jim Fairley, East Carolina Russ Hunt, Furman Ernie Pope, East Carolina Roy Simpson, Furman Jeff Trammell, William & Mary Second Team Stan Davis, Appalachian State John Falconi, Davidson Jerry Fisher, William & Mary Dave Franklin, East Carolina Don Jackson, Furman

1978 First Team Rodney Arnold, Furman Ron Carter, VMI Bruce Grimm, Furman Harley Major, Marshall Jonathan Moore, Furman

Second Team Mike Arizin, William & Mary Jerry Owens, East Carolina Mike Sorrentino, Davidson Aron Stewart, Richmond Nicky White, East Carolina

Second Team Al Daniel, Furman Renaldo Lawrence, Appalachian State Darryl Robinson, Appalachian State Bubba Wilson, Western Carolina Greg Young, Marshall

1974 First Team Mike Arizin, William & Mary Greg Dunn, Davidson Bob McCurdy, Richmond Clyde Mayes, Furman Aron Stewart, Richmond

1979 First Team Al Daniel, Furman Renaldo Lawrence, Appalachian State Jonathan Moore, Furman Darryl Robinson, Appalachian State Rick Swing, The Citadel

Second Team Chuck Cordell, The Citadel Larry Horowitz, Davidson Bruce Grimm, Furman Fessor Leonard, Furman Ed Kelley, Furman

Second Team Mel Hubbard, Appalachian State Randy Nesbit, The Citadel Charles Payton, Appalachian State Raymond Person, Western Carolina Tom Slawson, The Citadel

1975 First Team Will Bynum, VMI John Lowenhaupt, William & Mary Craig Lynch, Furman Clyde Mayes, Furman Ron Satterthwaite, William & Mary

1980 First Team Michael Hunt, Furman Ken Labanowski, Marshall Troy Lee Mikell, ETSU Jonathan Moore, Furman Greg White, Marshall

Second Team Jeff Battle, Marshall Mike Huffman, VMI Bruce Morris, Marshall Darren Sawyer, VMI Cedric Wins, VMI

Second Team Robert Geter, East Carolina Michael Hall, Furman Larry Hunt, East Carolina Fessor Leonard, Furman Bob McCurdy, Richmond

Second Team James Campbell, Marshall Greg Dennis, Western Carolina John Fitch, Appalachian State George Washington, Marshall Ron White, Furman

1986 First Team Gerry Born, Davidson Carliss Jeter, Chattanooga Derek Rucker, Davidson Wes Stallings, ETSU Anthony Tanner, Davidson

1976 First Team Jeff Butler, Richmond Will Bynum, VMI Ron Carter, VMI John Krovic, VMI Ron Satterthwaite, William & Mary

1981 First Team Ronnie Carr, Western Carolina John Fitch, Appalachian State Nick Morken, Chattanooga Charles Payton, Appalachian State Eric Smith, Chattanooga

Second Team Calvin Cannady, ETSU Rod Davis, Appalachian State Skip Henderson, Marshall James Hunter, Chattanooga Clifford Waddy, Western Carolina

Second Team Calvin Bowser, Appalachian State Kevin Eastman, Richmond Rodney McKeever, The Citadel Mike Morton, Richmond Jim Strickland, Furman

Second Team Mel Daniel, Furman Greg Dennis, Western Carolina LaVerne Evans, Marshall James Jones, Chattanooga Kelvin McMillian, Appalachian State

1987 First Team John Castile, Furman Skip Henderson, Marshall Jeff Himes, Davidson Rodney Holden, Marshall Derek Rucker, Davidson

1977 First Team Ron Carter, VMI John Krovic, VMI Jonathan Moore, Furman Dave Montgomery, VMI Tony Searcy, Appalachian State

1982 First Team Jamie Hall, Davidson Nick Morken, Chattanooga Andre Motley, ETSU Russ Schoene, Chattanooga Cliff Tribus, Davidson

Second Team Craig Burgess, The Citadel Tom Curry, Marshall Robert Hill, Western Carolina Dwayne Lewis, Marshall Floyd Showers, Western Carolina

Second Team Walter Anderson, Appalachian State Will Bynum, VMI Bruce Grimm, Furman Mel Hubbard, Appalachian State Jim Ramsey, East Carolina Darryl Robinson, Appalachian State

Second Team Felipe de las Pozas, The Citadel Troy Lee Mikell, ETSU Winfred Reid, ETSU Stanford Strickland, Chattanooga Willie White, Chattanooga

1988 First Team Lance Fulse, Chattanooga Benny Green, Chattanooga Skip Henderson, Marshall Damon Williams, VMI Ramon Williams, VMI

1983 First Team Skip Clark, Chattanooga Winfred King, ETSU Troy Lee Mikell, ETSU Kenny Trimier, Western Carolina Willie White, Chattanooga

Second Team Greg Dennis, ETSU Bobby Gardner, VMI Rodney Holden, Marshall Keith Jennings, ETSU Morris Lyons, Chattanooga

1984 First Team Jeff Battle, Marshall Sam Ervin, Marshall LaVerne Evans, Marshall Willie White, Chattanooga Gerald Wilkins, Chattanooga Second Team Glenn Clyburn, Appalachian State David Lawrence, Appalachian State George Singleton, Furman Stanford Strickland, Chattanooga David Wade, Marshall 1985 First Team Gay Elmore, VMI Jeff Guthrie, Marshall Skip Henderson, Marshall Regan Truesdale, The Citadel Gerald Wilkins, Chattanooga

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Second Team Joe Brunson, Furman Wilton Ford, Richmond Jim Gregory, East Carolina Wayne Huckel, Davidson Dave Moser, Davidson

Second Team Felipe de las Pozas, The Citadel Noel Gilliard, Furman Quinton Lytle, Western Carolina George Singleton, Furman Regan Truesdale, The Citadel

1973 First Team Greg Dunn, Davidson Fessor Leonard, Furman Clyde Mayes, Furman Tom Pfingst, William & Mary Roy Simpson, Furman

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ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS 1989 First Team Greg Dennis, ETSU Keith Jennings, ETSU John Taft, Marshall Calvin Talford, ETSU Alvin West, ETSU

1994 First Team Brandon Born, Chattanooga Chad Copeland, Chattanooga Frankie King, Western Carolina Janko Narat, Davidson Brandon Williams, Davidson

Second Team Daren Chandler, Chattanooga Andre Cunningham, Marshall Patrick Elmore, The Citadel Bruce Evans, Furman Benny Green, Chattanooga Gery Strickland, Marshall

Second Team Dante Gay, Georgia Southern Steve Harris, Furman Warren Johnson, Georgia Southern Anquell McCollum, Western Carolina Roger Smith, Chattanooga

1990 First Team Greg Dennis, ETSU Keith Jennings, ETSU Broderick Parker, Appalachian State Kemp Phillips, Appalachian State Damon Williams, VMI

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Second Team Bruce Evans, Furman Sam Gibson, Appalachian State Calvin Talford, ETSU Alvin West, ETSU Ramon Williams, VMI 1991 First Team Terry Boyd, Western Carolina Rodney English, ETSU Keith Jennings, ETSU Derrick Kirce, Chattanooga Tim Powers, Appalachian State Second Team Keith Nelson, Chattanooga Broderick Parker, Appalachian State Billy Ross, Appalachian State Ed Ward, Appalachian State Alvin West, ETSU 1992 First Team Greg Dennis, ETSU Rodney English, ETSU Keith Nelson, Chattanooga Kelly Sutton, Chattanooga Calvin Talford, ETSU Second Team Terry Boyd, Western Carolina Tyrone Phillips, Marshall Billy Ross, Appalachian State Steve Spurlock, Appalachian State LeVert Threats, Chattanooga 1993 First Team Tim Brooks, Chattanooga Jason Niblett, ETSU Billy Ross, Appalachian State Daymond Woods, Chattanooga Charlton Young, Georgia Southern Second Team Tee Jay Jackson, Chattanooga Janko Narat, Davidson Eric Palmer, ETSU Jerry Pelphrey, ETSU Gary Robb, Chattanooga

1995 First Team Brandon Born, Chattanooga Lonnie Edwards, Georgia Southern Frankie King, Western Carolina Anquell McCollum, Western Carolina Chad McClendon, Appalachian State Second Team Emanuel Christophe, Georgia Southern Pat Henderson, Chattanooga Geoff Herman, ETSU Kevin Kullum, Western Carolina Kareem Livingston, Appalachian State 1996 First Team Anquell McCollum, Western Carolina Brandon Williams, Davidson Junior Braswell, Appalachian State Jason Williams, Marshall Quinn Harwood, Davidson Second Team Chris Alpert, Davidson Joel Fleming, Western Carolina Brent Conley, VMI Kevin Kullum, Western Carolina Maurice Spencer, VMI 1997 First Team John Brannen, Marshall Johnny Taylor, Chattanooga Junior Braswell, Appalachian State Willie Young, Chattanooga Keith Veney, Marshall Second Team Chris Mims, Chattanooga Sidney Coles, Marshall Landry Kosmalski, Davidson Chuck Vincent, Furman Tige Darner, Appalachian State 1998 First Team Marshall Phillips, Appalachian State Ben Ebong, Davidson Stephen Marshall, Davidson Kareem Livingston, Appalachian State Mark Donnelly, Davidson Second Team David Phillips, Chattanooga Ali Ton, Davidson Tyson Patterson, Appalachian State Derrick Nix, UNCG Jamie Jenkins, The Citadel 1999 First Team Marshall Phillips, Appalachian State Sedric Webber, College of Charleston Matt McMahon, Appalachian State Danny Johnson, College of Charleston Jody Lumpkin, College of Charleston

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ETSU’s Greg Dennis earned all-tournament honors four times, taking secondteam distinction in 1988 and first-team honors in 1989, 1990 and 1992. The Bucs won SoCon tournament titles each year from 1989-92. Second Team Tyson Patterson, Appalachian State Jermel President, College of Charleston Casey Rogers, Western Carolina Cedrick Holmes, Appalachian State Rashun Coleman, Chattanooga

Second Team Courtney Eldridge, UNCG Guilherme Da Luz, Furman James Maye, UNCG Emeka Erege, Davidson Kenny Zeigler, Furman

2000 First Team Leighton Bowie, College of Charleston Karim Souchu, Furman Ian Chadwick, Wofford Jody Lumpkin, College of Charleston Tyson Patterson, Appalachian State

2003 First Team Tim Smith, ETSU Radee Skipworth, VMI Ashley Champion, Chattanooga Jason Rogan, Chattanooga Zakee Wadood, ETSU

Second Team Starzee Walker, Wofford Stanislav Makshantsev, Furman Landry Kosmalski, Davidson Rufus Leach, Appalachian State Shawn Alexander, Appalachian State

Second Team Mike Benton, College of Charleston Shawn Hall, Appalachian State Julius Jenkins, Georgia Southern Tim Parker, Chattanooga Jerald Fields, ETSU

2001 First Team Toot Young, Chattanooga Courtney Eldridge, UNCG Sean Peterson, Georgia Southern Dusty Pullian, Chattanooga David Schuck, UNCG

2004 First Team Tim Smith, ETSU Ashley Champion, Chattanooga Alphonso Pugh, Chattanooga Jerald Fields, ETSU Zakee Wadood, ETSU

Second Team Wayne Bernard, Davidson Kashien Latham, Georgia Southern Jody Lumpkin, College of Charleston Jay Joseph, UNCG Ian Chadwick, Wofford

Second Team Maleye Ndoye, Furman Elton Nesbitt, Georgia Southern Travis Strong, ETSU Chris Brown, Chattanooga Thomas Mobley, College of Charleston

2002 First Team Jeff Bolton, College of Charleston Chris Pearson, Davidson Peter Anderer, Davidson Leighton Bowie, College of Charleston Anthony Thomas, Furman

2005 First Team Mindaugas Katelynas, Chattanooga Tim Smith, ETSU Kyle Hines, UNCG Josh Gross, UNCG Casey Long, Chattanooga


ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS Second Team Brendan Winters, Davidson Alphonso Pugh, Chattanooga Chris Brown, Chattanooga Ricky Hickman, UNCG D.J. Thompson, Appalachian State

Second Team Tony White Jr., College of Charleston Ben Stywall, UNCG Harouna Mutombo, Western Carolina Tim Johnson, Wofford Cameron Rundles, Wofford

2006 First Team J’Mel Everhart, The Citadel Kyle Hines, UNCG D.J. Thompson, Appalachian State Ian Johnson, Davidson Matt McKillop, Davidson Brendan Winters, Davidson

2011 First Team Andrew Goudelock, Coll. of Charleston Donavan Monroe, College of Charleston Noah Dahlman, Wofford Jamar Diggs, Wofford Cameron Rundles, Wofford

Second Team Keddric Mays, Chattanooga Jeremy Clayton, Appalachian State Charles Anderson, Chattanooga Jerice Crouch, Chattanooga Jermaine Johnson, College of Charleston 2007 First Team Dontaye Draper, College of Charleston Stephen Curry, Davidson Jermaine Johnson, College of Charleston Donte Minter, Appalachian State Jason Richards, Davidson

2012 First Team De’Mon Brooks, Davidson Jake Cohen, Davidson JP Kuhlman, Davidson Harouna Mutombo, Western Carolina Trey Sumler, Western Carolina Second Team Jack Isenbarger, Elon Eric Ferguson, Georgia Southern Trevis Simpson, UNCG Keaton Cole, Western Carolina Tawaski King, Western Carolina

Second Team Kris Acox, Furman Geoff Beans, Furman Devin Sibley, Furman T.J. Hallice, Mercer Ike Nwamu, Mercer 2016 First Team T.J. Cromer, ETSU Ge’Lawn Guyn, ETSU Tre’ McLean, Chattanooga Greg Pryor, Chattanooga Mike Brown, Western Carolina

Second Team Nathan Healy, Appalachian State Nik Cochran, Davidson JP Kuhlman, Davidson Lucas Troutman, Elon Derrell Armstrong, UNCG

Second Team Desonta Bradford, ETSU Devin Sibley, Furman QJ Peterson, VMI Torrion Brummitt, Western Carolina Fletcher Magee, Wofford

2014 First Team De’Mon Brooks, Davidson Brandon Boggs, Western Carolina James Sinclair, Western Carolina Karl Cochran, Wofford Lee Skinner, Wofford

2017 First Team Desonta Bradford, ETSU T.J. Cromer, ETSU Diante Baldwin, UNCG R.J. White, UNCG Christen Cunningham, Samford

Second Team Ashton Moore, The Citadel Z. Mason, Chattanooga Tawaski King, Western Carolina Trey Sumler, Western Carolina Eric Garcia, Wofford

Second Team Devin Sibley, Furman Francis Alonso, UNCG James Dickey, UNCG Wyatt Walker, Samford Fletcher Magee, Wofford

2015 First Team Stephen Croone, Furman James Sinclair, Western Carolina Karl Cochran, Wofford Spencer Collins, Wofford Lee Skinner, Wofford

2008 First Team Kyle Hines, UNCG Montell Watson, Elon Brett James, Elon Jason Richards, Davidson Stephen Curry, Davidson Second Team Dustin Scott, College of Charleston Tony White Jr., College of Charleston Thomas Sander, Davidson Drew Gibson, Wofford Ola Atoyebi, Elon

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Second Team Nick Aldridge, Western Carolina Kyle Hines, UNCG Demetrius Scott, Appalachian State Jeremy Clayton, Appalachian State Josh Jackson, College of Charleston

Second Team Trent Wiedeman, College of Charleston Jordan Miller, Furman Amu Saaka, Furman Harouna Mutombo, Western Carolina Mike Williams, Western Carolina

2013 First Team Andrew Lawrence, Coll. of Charleston Adjehi Baru, College of Charleston Jake Cohen, Davidson De’Mon Brooks, Davidson Trey Sumler, Western Carolina

2009 First Team Stephen Curry, Davidson Bryan Friday, Samford Kevin Goffney, Chattanooga Stephen McDowell, Chattanooga Tony White Jr., College of Charleston Second Team Nicchaeus Doaks, Chattanooga Dustin Scott, College of Charleston Donald Sims, Appalachian State Andrew Goudelock, Coll. of Charleston Jeremy Simmons, College of Charleston Ola Atoyebi, Elon 2010 First Team Kellen Brand, Appalachian State Donald Sims, Appalachian State Andrew Goudelock, Coll. of Charleston Noah Dahlman, Wofford Jamar Diggs, Wofford

Samford’s Bryan Friday earned first-team all-tournament honors in 2009 after helping the Bulldogs to the semifinals in their first season in the league.

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Game Scoring – 55, Skip Henderson (Marshall) vs. The Citadel, March 4, 1988 Field goals made – 20, Skip Henderson (Marshall) vs. The Citadel, March 4, 1988 Field goal attempts – 38, Darrell Floyd (Furman) vs. Virginia Tech, March 1, 1956 3-point field goals made – 9, Skip Henderson (Marshall) vs. The Citadel, March 4, 1988 3-point field goal attempts – 14, Skip Henderson (Marshall) vs. The Citadel, March 4, 1988; Shawn Hall (Appalachian State) vs. College of Charleston, Feb. 28, 2002 Free throws made – 19, Greg Dennis (Western Carolina) vs. Appalachian State, Feb. 23, 1980 Free throw attempts – 22, Joe Holup (George Washington) vs. West Virginia, March 5, 1954 Rebounds – 28, Chris Smith (Virginia Tech) vs. George Washington, Feb. 26, 1960 Assists – 13, Richard Little (VMI) vs. Chattanooga, March 7, 2003 Blocked shots – 6, Omar Roland (Marshall) vs. Furman, March 4, 1990; Lewis Preston (VMI) vs. Furman, March 4, 1993; Ricky Nedd (Appalachian State) vs. ETSU, March 5, 1993 Steals – 8, Trazel Silvers (ETSU) vs. Appalachian State, March 5, 1993

Game Scoring – 126, Furman vs. VMI, March 2, 1972 Field goals made – 49, West Virginia vs. William & Mary, Feb. 26, 1960; Furman vs. VMI, March 2, 1972 Field goal attempts – 93, West Virginia vs. William & Mary, Feb. 26, 1960 3-point field goals made – 17, VMI vs. Western Carolina, March 2, 1996 3-point field goal attempts – 43, VMI vs. Western Carolina, March 2, 1996 Free throws made – 37, Furman vs. The Citadel, March 3, 1979; Marshall vs. Chattanooga, March 4, 1984 Free throw attempts – 55, West Virginia vs. George Washington, March 2, 1962 Rebounds – 69, Davidson vs. VMI, Feb. 28, 1963 Fewest points allowed – 33, VMI vs. Richmond, March 4, 1976 Fewest field goals allowed – 10, Elon vs. Furman, March 7, 2008 Fewest free throws allowed – 0, Appalachian State vs. East Carolina, Feb. 28, 1976 Assists – 29, Marshall vs. The Citadel, Feb. 23, 1980 Blocked shots – 10, ETSU vs. The Citadel, March 6, 1992; Appalachian State vs. Georgia Southern, March 4, 1994 Steals – 17, Marshall vs. Davidson, March 1, 1985; Chattanooga vs. VMI, March 6, 1992

Tournament Scoring – 109, John Taft (Marshall), 1989 Field goals made – 40, John Taft (Marshall), 1989 Field goal attempts – 65, Tim Smith (ETSU), 2004 3-point field goals made – 15, Keith Veney (Marshall), 1997; Stephen McDowell (Chattanooga), 2009 3-point field goal attempts – 32, Stephen Curry (Davidson), 2007 Free throws made – 40, Jeff Cohen (William & Mary), 1961 Free throw attempts – 54, Jeff Cohen (William & Mary), 1961 Rebounds – 70, Chris Smith (Virginia Tech), 1960 Assists – 26, Keith Jennings (ETSU), 1990 Blocked shots – 11, Zakee Wadood (ETSU), 2003 Steals – 12, Derek Rucker (Davidson), 1986; D.J. Thompson (Appalachian State), 2005 Top scoring games 1. 55 Skip Henderson, Marshall vs. The Citadel ............................ March 4, 1988 2. 45 Jon Feldman, George Washington vs. William & Mary .... March 4, 1961 3. 43 Darrell Floyd, Furman vs. Virginia Tech ................................. March 1, 1956 43 Stephen Curry, Davidson vs. Appalachian State ............... March 7, 2009 5. 42 Rod Hundley, West Virginia vs. Furman ................................ March 2, 1956 42 Terry Boyd, Western Carolina vs. Chattanooga .................. March 1, 1991 7. 41 Walter Devlin, George Washington vs. Richmond ............ March 6, 1954 41 Fred Hetzel, Davidson vs. VMI ....................................................Feb. 28, 1964 41 Frankie King, Western Carolina vs. Davidson ...................... March 5, 1994 10. 40 Joe Holup, George Washington vs. West Virginia.............. March 5, 1954 40 Anquell McCollum, Western Carolina vs. VMI ..................... March 2, 1996

Tournament Points – 323, Western Carolina, 2012 Field goals made – 116, West Virginia, 1960 Field goal attempts – 235, Western Carolina, 2012 3-point field goals made – 38, Western Carolina, 2012 3-point field goal attempts – 95, College of Charleston, 2009 Free throws made – 92, Davidson, 1969 Free throw attempts – 120, West Virginia, 1962 Rebounds – 168, College of Charleston, 2009 Fewest points allowed – 150, Davidson, 2008 Fewest field goals allowed – 51, Davidson, 2008 Fewest free throws allowed – 16, VMI, 1976 Assists – 64, ETSU, 1991; Appalachian State, 1995 Blocked shots – 23, ETSU, 2004 Steals – 32, Marshall, 1984

Top championship scoring games 1. 45 Jon Feldman, George Washington vs. William & Mary .... March 4, 1961 2. 41 Walter Devlin, George Washington vs. Richmond ............ March 6, 1954 3. 38 Jeff Cohen, William & Mary vs. George Washington ........ March 4, 1961 4. 38 LaVerne Evans, Marshall vs. Chattanooga ........................... March 4, 1984 5. 36 Roy Simpson, Furman vs. East Carolina ................................ March 4, 1972 6. 36 John Taft, Marshall vs. ETSU ...................................................... March 5, 1989 7. 31 Sam Ranzino, North Carolina State vs. Duke ...................... March 3, 1950 8. 31 Al Daniel, Furman vs. Appalachian State ............................. March 4, 1979 9. 31 Keith Jennings, ETSU vs. Appalachian State ....................... March 3, 1991 10. 30 Rod Hundley, West Virginia vs. George Washington ........ March 5, 1955 Marshall’s Skip Henderson scored a tournamentrecord 55 points against The Citadel in 1988.

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NATIONAL AWARDS Associated Press All-Americans (since 1953-54 season) College of Charleston (1) 2010-11 – Andrew Goudelock (HM) Davidson (7) 1963-64 – Fred Hetzel (2nd); 1964-65 – Fred Hetzel (1st); 1965-66 – Dick Snyder (2nd); 1968-69 – Mike Maloy (2nd); 2004-05 – Brendan Winters (HM); 2007-08 – Stephen Curry (2nd); 2008-09 – Stephen Curry (1st); 2011-12 – De’Mon Brooks (HM); 2012-13 – Jake Cohen (HM); 2013-14 – De’Mon Brooks (HM) ETSU (1) 1990-91 – Keith Jennings (3rd) Georgia Southern (1) 2005-06 – Elton Nesbitt (HM) Furman (5) 1953-54 – Frank Selvy (1st); 1954-55 – Darrell Floyd (2nd); 1955-56 – Darrell Floyd (1st); 197475 – Clyde Mayes (3rd); 2015-16 – Stephen Croone (HM); 2016-17 – Devin Sibley (HM) UNCG (1) 2006-07- Kyle Hines (HM) West Virginia (3) 1955-56 – Rod Hundley (2nd); 1956-57 – Rod Hundley (1st); 1957-58 – Jerry West (3rd); 195859 – Jerry West (1st); 1959-60 – Jerry West (1st); 1961-62 – Rod Thorn (2nd) Wofford (1) 2014-15 – Karl Cochran (HM)

USBWA All-Americans (since 1956-57 season) Davidson (3) 1964-65 – Fred Hetzel; 1965-66 – Dick Snyder; 1968-69 – Mike Maloy ETSU (1) 1990-91 – Keith Jennings West Virginia (2) 1956-57 – Rod Hundley; 1958-59 – Jerry West; 1959-60 – Jerry West; 1962-63 – Rod Thorn

Furman forward Clyde Mayes earned third-team Associated Press All-America honors in 1974-75. Elon (1) 2006-07 – Chris Chalko (3rd) Furman (1) 1992-93 – Derek Waugh (3rd) UNCG (1) 1999-00 – Nathan Jameson (3rd); 2000-01 – Nathan Jameson (1st) VMI (2) 1979-80 – Andy Kolesar (1st); 1980-81 – Andy Kolesar (1st); 1995-96 – Bobby Prince (3rd) Western Carolina (2) 1979-80 – Greg Dennis (2nd); 1981-82 – Greg Dennis (2nd); 1985-86 – Richard Rogers (3rd) Wofford (1) 2011-12 – Brad Loesing (1st)

NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Winners UPI All-Americans (since 1953-54 season) Davidson (2) 1963-64 – Fred Hetzel (2nd); 1964-65 – Fred Hetzel (3rd); 1965-66 – Dick Snyder (2nd) Furman (2) 1953-54 – Frank Selvy (1st); 1954-55 – Darrell Floyd (2nd) West Virginia (2) 1955-56 – Rod Hundley (2nd); 1956-57 – Rod Hundley (1st); 1957-58 – Jerry West (3rd); 195859 – Jerry West (1st); 1959-60 – Jerry West (1st)

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Consensus All-Americans Davidson (4) 1963-64 – Fred Hetzel (2nd); 1964-65 – Fred Hetzel (1st); 1965-66 – Dick Snyder (2nd); 196869 – Mike Maloy (2nd); 2008-09 – Stephen Curry (1st) Duke (2) 1946-47 – Ed Koffensberger (2nd); 1950-51 – Dick Groat (2nd); 1951-52 – Dick Groat (1st) Furman (2) 1952-53 – Frank Selvy (2nd); 1953-54 – Frank Selvy (1st); 1954-55 – Darrell Floyd (2nd); 195556 – Darrell Floyd (2nd) ETSU (1) 1990-91 – Keith Jennings (2nd) Kentucky (1) 1931-32 – Forest Sale (1st); 1932-33 – Forest Sale (1st) Maryland (1) 1931-32 – Louis Berger (1st) North Carolina (2) 1939-40 – George Glamack (1st); 1940-41 – George Glamack (1st); 1945-46 – John Dillon (2nd) North Carolina State (2) 1947-48 – Dick Dickey (2nd); 1950-51 – Sam Ranzino (1st) West Virginia (3) 1951-52 – Mark Workman (2nd); 1955-56 – Rod Hundley (2nd); 1956-57 – Rod Hundley (1st); 1958-59 – Jerry West (1st); 1959-60 – Jerry West (1st); 1961-62 – Rod Thorn (2nd)

Davidson (2) 1968-69 – Wayne Huckel; 1982-83 – Cliff Tribus VMI (5) 1968-69 – Johnny Mitchell; 1970-71 – Jan Essenburg; 1976-77 – Will Bynum; 1980-81 – Andy Kolesar; 1986-87 – Gay Elmore Western Carolina (2) 1981-82 – Greg Dennis; 1986-87 – Richard Rogers

Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award ETSU (1) 1990-91 – Keith Jennings

Wooden All-Americans Davidson (1) 2007-08 – Stephen Curry (2nd)

Academic All-Americans

Davidson’s Mike Maloy was an All-American in 1968-69 (USBWA, Associated Press second team).

College of Charleston (1) 1999-00 – Jody Lumpkin (1st); 2000-01 – Jody Lumpkin (1st) Davidson (5) 1965-66 – Dick Snyder (3rd); 1970 – Duncan Postma (3rd); 1980-81 – Cliff Tribus (3rd); 1986-87 – Derek Rucker (2nd); 1987-88 – Derek Rucker (1st); 2011-12 – JP Kuhlman (3rd)

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SOCON PLAYERS IN THE NBA Chattanooga (4) Johnny Taylor, Orlando (1998), Denver (1999) Russ Schoene, Philadelphia (1983), Indiana (1983), Seattle (1987-89) Willie White, Denver (1985-86) Gerald Wilkins, New York (1986-92), Cleveland (1993-94); Vancouver (1996); Orlando (1997-98) College of Charleston (1) Andrew Goudelock, L.A. Lakers (2011-13) Davidson (5) Fred Hetzel, San Francisco (1966-68), Milwaukee (1969), Chicago (1969), Philadelphia (1970), Los Angeles (1971) Rodney Knowles, Phoenix (1969) Dick Snyder, St. Louis (1967-68), Phoenix (196970), Seattle (1970-74, ’79), Cleveland (1975-78) Brandon Williams, Golden State (1998), San Antonio (1999), Atlanta (2003) Stephen Curry, Golden State (2009-present) Duke (2) Robert Gantt, Washington (1947) Dick Groat, (Fort Wayne 1953)

#SOCONHOOPS

ETSU (1) Keith Jennings, Golden State (1992-95), Denver (1996-97) Furman (2) Clyde Mayes, Milwaukee (1976), Indiana (1977), Buffalo (1977) Frank Selvy, Baltimore (1955), Milwaukee (1955), St. Louis (1956, ’58), Minneapolis (1958, ’60), New York (1959), Syracuse (1960), Los Angeles (1961-64) George Washington (4) Walter Devlin, Fort Wayne (1956-57), Minneapolis (1958) Gene Guarilia, Boston (1960-63) Joe Holup, Syracuse (1957-58), Detroit (1958-59) Matthew Zunic, Washington (1949) Maryland (1) Gene Shue, Philadelphia (1955), New York (195556, ’63), Fort Wayne (1957), Detroit (1958-62), Baltimore (1964)

North Carolina (6) Hooks Dillon, Washington (1950) George Glamack, Indianapolis (1950) Harry Miller, Toronto (1947) William Miller, Chicago (1949), St. Louis (1949) *Bones McKinney, Washington (1947-51), Boston (1951-52) *also played at North Carolina State Fred Nagy, Indianapolis (1949)

William & Mary (2) Andrew Duncan, Rochester (1949-50), Boston (1951) Ben Goldfaden, Washington (1947)

North Carolina State (6) Eddie Bartels, Denver (1950), New York (1950), Washington (1951) Dick Dickey, Boston (1952) Bob Hahn, Chicago (1950) Leo Katkavek, Washington (1949-50), Baltimore (1950) Sam Ranzino, Rochester (1952) South Carolina (1) Jim Slaughter, Baltimore (1952) VMI (1) Ron Carter, Los Angeles (1979), Indiana (1980) Virginia Tech (1) John Wetzel, Los Angeles (1968), Phoenix (1971-72, ’76), Atlanta (1973-75) Wake Forest (1) Dickie Hemric, Boston (1956-57) West Virginia (5) Rod Hundley, Minneapolis (1958-60), Los Angeles (1961-63) Robert Smith, Minneapolis (1960), Los Angeles (1962) Rod Thorn, Baltimore (1964), Detroit (1965-66), St. Louis (1966-67), Seattle (1968-71) Jerry West, Los Angeles (1961-74) Ron Williams, San Francisco (1969-71), Golden State (1972-73), Milwaukee (1974-75), Los Angeles (1976) Western Carolina (3) Bubba Wilson, Golden State (1980) Frankie King, Los Angeles Lakers (1995-96), Philadelphia (1996-97)

West Virginia’s Jerry West played for the Los Angeles Lakers from 1961-74. His silhouette was the model for the universally recognized NBA logo.

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Kevin Martin, Sacramento (2004-10), Houston (2010-12), Oklahoma City (2012-13), Minnesota (2013-16), San Antonio (2016)

Credit: NBA/Warriors

Davidson’s Stephen Curry is a two-time NBA MVP and helped the Golden State Warriors to the league titles in 2015 and 2017. Curry, who became the first unanimous MVP in league history in 2015-16, owns the top three single-season 3-point field-goal totals and five of the top 10 in NBA history, paced by his record 402 in 2015-16.

Former Western Carolina standout Kevin Martin averaged 17.4 points per game over his 12-year NBA career.


SOCON NBA DRAFT PICKS Year 1977 1979 1979 1984

Rd. 8 4 8 8

Player Tony Searcy Darryl Robinson Renaldo Lawrence Dale Roberts

School Appalachian State Appalachian State Appalachian State Appalachian State

1977 1982 1984 1985 1997

6 2 2 2 1

Wayne Golden Russ Schoene Willie White Gerald Wilkins Johnny Taylor

Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga

John Snee

Clemson

1952

Team Golden State Portland San Diego Detroit New Orleans Philadelphia Denver New York Knicks Orlando Milwaukee

2

Andrew Goudelock

College of Charleston

Los Angeles Lakers

1965 1965 1966 1968 1968 1968 1970 1970 1970 1972 1979 1981 1983 2009

1 5 2 6 14 16 2 6 10 5 3 8 8 1

Fred Hetzel Don Davidson Dick Snyder Rodney Knowles Tom Youngdale Wayne Huckel Doug Cook Jerry Kroll Mike Maloy Bryan Adrian John Gerdy Todd Haynes Cliff Tribus Stephen Curry

Davidson Davidson Davidson Davidson Davidson Davidson Davidson Davidson Davidson Davidson Davidson Davidson Davidson Davidson

San Francisco Boston St. Louis Phoenix Phoenix Phoenix Cincinnati Los Angeles Lakers Boston Boston New Jersey San Diego Denver Golden State

1947 1952 1954 1954

1 3 7

Ed Koffenberger Dick Groat Rudy D’Emilio Bernie Janicki

Duke Duke Duke Duke

1968

10

Charles Alford

East Carolina

1979 1983 1983 1986

8 3 5 4

Delbert Watson Winfred King Troy Lee Mikel Wes Stallings

ETSU ETSU ETSU ETSU

1953 1954 1956 1963 1963 1970 1970 1973 1973 1975 1975 1979 1980 1982 1984

3 1 2 10 12 15 5 10 2 4 4 3 6 3

Neil Gordon Frank Selvy Darrell Floyd Jerry Smith Gerald Glur John Brunson Liscio Thomas Ray Simpson Russ Hunt Clyde Mayes Fessor Leonard Al Daniel Jonathan Moore Mel Daniel George Singleton

Furman Furman Furman Furman Furman Furman Furman Furman Furman Furman Furman Furman Furman Furman Furman

1947 1949 1953 1954 1954 1955 1956 1959 1959 1959

4 5 11 13 2 1 2 5 6

Mat Zunic Maynard Haitcock Joe Holup Elliott Karver John Holup Corky Devlin Joe Holup Gene Gaurilia Bill Telasky Bucky McDonald

George Washington George Washington George Washington George Washington George Washington George Washington George Washington George Washington George Washington George Washington

1984

6

LaVerne Evans

Marshall

1948 1954

1

William Brown Gene Shue

Maryland Maryland

Philadelphia Philadelphia

1948 1948 1948

Norm Kohler John Dillon Bob Paxton

North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina

Indianapolis Chicago Indianapolis

1948 1950 1950

Leo Katkaveck Dick Dickey Warren Cartier

North Carolina State North Carolina State North Carolina State

Washington Baltimore Washington

3 6

Rd. Player 4 Paul Horvath 8 Hugo Kappler Lee Terrill Bob Speight Bob Goss 4 Mel Thompson

School North Carolina State North Carolina State North Carolina State North Carolina State North Carolina State North Carolina State

Team Syracuse Boston Fort Wayne Baltimore Rochester Fort Wayne

1967 1974 1975

13 6 8

John Moates Aron Stewart Bob McCurdy

Richmond Richmond Richmond

Cincinnati Cleveland Milwaukee

1962 1979

5 4

Gary Daniels Rick Swing

The Citadel The Citadel

Boston Cleveland

1961

2

Chris Smith

Virginia Tech

Syracuse

1966 1977 1987

4 2 6

Charles Schmaus Ron Carter Gay Elmore

VMI VMI VMI

1955

2

Dick Hemric

Wake Forest

1952 1957 1958

5 4

Jay Handlan Lee Marshall Don Flora

Washington & Lee Washington & Lee Washington & Lee

Indianapolis New York Knicks Boston

West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia

Milwaukee Rochester Cincinnati Minneapolis Minneapolis Detroit Baltimore Cincinnati New York Knicks San Francisco

Los Angeles Lakers

1952 1953 1957 1959 1960 1961 1963 1963 1967 1968

1 3 1 6 1 6 6 7

Mark Workman Jim Scottie Rod Hundley Bob Smith Jerry West Lee Patrone Rod Thorn Jim McCormack Bob Benfield Dave Reasor

Houston Boston New York Knicks Philadelphia

1977 1983 1995 2004

5 10 2 1

Bubba Wilson Ronnie Carr Frankie King Kevin Martin

Western Carolina Western Carolina Western Carolina Western Carolina

New York Baltimore St. Louis Detroit New York Knicks Seattle Chicago Chicago Chicago Milwaukee Washington San Antonio Detroit New Jersey Los Angeles Lakers

1947 1950 1953 1955 1959 1961

Andy Duncan Chet Giermak Bill Chambers John Mahoney Don Lange Jeff Cohen

William & Mary William & Mary William & Mary William & Mary William & Mary William & Mary

Philadelphia Fort Wayne Philadelphia Fort Wayne

1

4 6 5 2

St. Louis Los Angeles Lakers Milwaukee Boston

Golden State Atlanta Los Angeles Lakers Sacramento New York Rochester Minneapolis Boston Boston Chicago

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Year 1951 1951 1952 1953 1953 1954

Washington Washington Boston Baltimore Philadelphia Philadelphia Syracuse Boston Philadelphia New York Knicks Dallas

Chattanooga’s Gerald Wilkins was drafted by the New York Knicks in the second round of the 1985 NBA Draft. Wilkins enjoyed a 14-year NBA career while playing with the Knicks, Cleveland Cavaliers, Vancouver Grizzlies and Orlando Magic.

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POSTSEASON HISTORY BY SCHOOL 3/19/09

The Citadel

Furman

CollegeInsider.com Tournament (0-1)

NCAA Tournament (1-7)

at Old Dominion

L

59-67

First Round

ETSU NCAA Tournament (3-10) 3/9/68 3/15/68 3/16/68 3/16/89 3/15/90 3/14/91 3/20/92 3/22/92 3/21/03 3/19/04 3/20/09 3/18/10 3/16/17

Florida State W Ohio State W Marquette L No. 1 Oklahoma L No. 13 Georgia Tech L No. 7 Iowa L No. 3 Arizona W No. 6 Michigan L No. 2 Wake Forest L No. 4 Cincinnati L No. 1 Pittsburgh L No. 1 Kentucky L No. 4 Florida L

3/15/83 3/14/07

Vanderbilt Clemson

79-69 79-72 57-69 71-72 83-99 73-76 87-80 90-102 73-76 77-80 62-72 71-100 65-80

Mideast Regional Mideast Regional Mideast Regional Southeast Regional Southeast Regional Midwest Regional Southeast Regional Southeast Regional East Regional Atlanta Regional East Regional East Regional East Regional

3/13/71 3/10/73 3/9/74 3/14/74 3/16/74 3/15/75 3/12/78 3/6/80

Fordham Syracuse South Carolina Pittsburgh Providence Boston College Indiana No. 7 Tennessee

3/15/91

West Virginia

3/15/11 3/15/16 3/19/16 3/16/17 3/25/17 3/29/17

at ETSU Louisiana-Monroe Louisiana at USC Upstate at Campbell at Saint Peter’s

L L W L L L L L

74-105 82-83 75-67 78-81 83-95 76-82 62-63 69-80

East Regional East Regional East Regional East Regional East Regional East Regional East Regional East Regional

NIT (0-1) L

67-86

First Round

CollegeInsider.com Tournament (3-3) L W L W W L

63-76 58-57 72-80 79-57 79-64 51-77

First Round First Round Second Round First Round Quarterfinal Semifinal

NIT (0-2) L L

74-79 57-64

First Round First Round

Mercer

#SOCONHOOPS

NCAA Tournament (1-3) CollegeInsider.com Tournament (3-2) 3/15/11 3/22/11 3/26/11 3/18/14 3/21/14

Furman Ohio Iona Chattanooga Towson

W W L W L

76-63 82-73 80-83 79-66 77-83

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals First Round Second Round

Vegas 16 (1-1) 3/28/16 3/29/16

Louisiana Tech Oakland

W L

88-83 81-104

3/12/81 3/15/85 3/21/14 3/23/14

No. 5 Arkansas No. 2 Georgia Tech No. 3 Duke No. 11 Tennessee

L L W L

3/20/13 3/25/13

at Tennessee at BYU

W L

3/13/12 3/17/12 3/21/12 3/24/12 3/28/12

Tennessee State Georgia State at Old Dominion at Fairfield at Utah State

3/18/15 3/23/15

Stony Brook Louisiana-Monroe

67-73 58-65 78-71 63-83

Midwest Regional East Regional Midwest Regional Midwest Regional

NIT (1-1)

Quarterfinals Semifinals

75-67 71-90

First Round Second Round

CollegeInsider.com Tournament (5-0) W W W W W

68-60 64-59 79-73 64-59 70-67

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final

College Basketball Invitational (1-1) W L

72-70 69-71

First Round Quarterfinals

UNCG NCAA Tournament (0-2) 3/15/96 3/15/01

No. 7 Cincinnati No. 1 Stanford

3/14/02 3/15/17

Memphis at Syracuse

3/16/16 3/21/16

Houston Baptist at Ohio

L L

61-66 60-89

Southeast Regional West Regional

NIT (0-2) L L

62-82 77-90

First Round First Round

College Basketball Invitational (1-1)

T.J. Cromer averaged 14.9 points, 3.4 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game for ETSU in 2015-16, helping the Bucs secure a spot in the inaugural Vegas 16.

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W L

69-65 67-72

First Round Second Round


POSTSEASON HISTORY BY SCHOOL Samford NCAA Tournament (0-2) 3/21/99 3/16/00

No. 3 St. John’s No. 4 Syracuse

3/14/17 3/20/17

Canisius at Liberty

L L

43-69 65-79

South Regional South Regional

CollegeInsider.com Tournament (1-1) W L

78-74 58-66

First Round Second Round

Chattanooga NCAA Tournament (3-11) No. 6 Maryland No. 7 NC State No. 2 Minnesota No. 8 Maryland No. 1 Oklahoma No. 5 Wake Forest No. 4 Kansas No. 2 Connecticut No. 3 Georgia No. 6 Illinois No. 10 Providence No. 2 Wake Forest No. 1 Connecticut No. 5 Indiana

L W L L L L L L W W L L L L

3/14/84 3/19/84 3/15/85 3/20/85 3/24/85 3/13/86 3/12/87

Georgia at Tennessee Clemson at Lamar at Louisville Georgia Cleveland State

W L W W L L L

69-81 58-51 61-62 51-52 66-94 58-81 73-102 71-100 73-70 63-75 65-71 54-70 47-103 74-99

Mideast Regional Mideast Regional Mideast Regional Mideast Regional Southeast Regional Southeast Regional Southeast Regional West Regional Southeast Regional Southeast Regional Southeast Regional New Mexico Regional West Regional East Regional

NIT (3-4) 74-69 66-68 67-65 85-84 66-71 81-95 73-92

First Round Second Round First Round Second Round Quarterfinals First Round First Round

Wes Moore and Chattanooga won two games in the 1997 NCAA tournament, taking down No. 3 seed Georgia and No. 6 seed Illinois.

Wofford NCAA Tournament (0-4)

CollegeInsider.com Tournament (0-1) 3/18/14

at ETSU

L

66-79

First Round

NCAA Tournament (3-3) Princeton Tennessee DePaul Rutgers Duquesne Kentucky

3/18/14 3/22/14 3/26/14 4/1/14

at Canisius IPFW at Ohio Yale

L W W L W L

No. 4 Wisconsin No. 3 BYU No. 2 Michigan No. 5 Arkansas

3/14/12

at Pittsburgh

L L L L

49-53 66-74 40-57 53-56

East Regional Southeast Regional Midwest Regional West Regional

College Basketball Invitational (0-1)

VMI 3/9/64 3/13/76 3/18/76 3/20/76 3/12/77 3/17/77

3/19/10 3/17/11 3/20/14 3/19/14

60-86 81-75 71-66 (OT) 75-91 73-66 78-93

East Regional East Regional East Regional East Regional East Regional East Regional

L

63-81

First Round

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3/12/81 3/12/82 3/14/82 3/17/83 3/17/88 3/19/93 3/17/94 3/16/95 3/14/97 3/16/97 3/21/97 3/17/05 3/19/09 3/17/16

The NCAA began using seeds in the 1979 NCAA Championship.

CollegeInsider.com Tournament (3-1) W W W L

111-100 106-95 92-90 62-75

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals

Western Carolina NCAA Tournament (0-1) 3/14/96

No. 1 Purdue

L

71-73

West Regional

CollegeInsider.com Tournament (0-1) NCAA Tournament (0-2) 3/16/10

at Marshall

3/16/16

at Vermont

L

88-90

First Round

College Basketball Invitational (0-1) L

74-79

First Round

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#SOCONHOOPS

1939

110

Wake Forest: Eastern Regional (0-1) Ohio State L 64-52

Breakdown by school

Regional Semifinal

1941 1941 1941

North Carolina: Fourth in Eastern Regional (0-2) Pittsburgh L 26-20 Regional Semifinal Dartmouth L 60-59 Regional Third Place

1946 1946 1946 1946

North Carolina: First in Eastern Regional (2-1) NYU W 57-49 Regional Semifinal Ohio State W 60-57 (OT) Regional Final Oklahoma State L 43-40 Championship Game

1950 1950 1950 1950

North Carolina State: Second in Eastern Regional (2-1) Holy Cross W 87-74 Regional Semifinal CCNY L 78-73 Regional Final Baylor W 53-41 National Consolation

1951 1951 1951 1951

North Carolina State: Fourth in East Regional (1-2) Villanova W 67-62 Regional 1st Rd. Illinois L 84-70 Regional Semifinal St. John’s L 71-59 Regional Final

1952 1952 1952

North Carolina State: Third in East Regional (1-1) St. John’s L 60-49 Regional Semifinal Penn State W 69-60 Regional Third Place

1953 1953 1953

Wake Forest: Third in East Regional (1-1) Holy Cross L 79-71 Lebanon Valley W 91-71

1954 1954

George Washington: East Regional (0-1) North Carolina State L 75-73

Regional 1st Rd.

1955 1955

West Virginia: East Regional (0-1) LaSalle L 95-61

Regional 1st Rd.

1956 1956

West Virginia: East Regional (0-1) Dartmouth L 61-59 (2OT)

1957 1957

Regional Semifinal Regional Third Place

Current members ETSU Furman Chattanooga UNCG VMI Western Carolina Wofford Totals

Years 7 6 11 1 3 1 4 33

Won 1 1 3 0 3 0 0 8

Lost 7 7 11 1 3 1 4 34

Pct .125 .125 .214 .000 .500 .000 .000 .190

Former members Appalachian State College of Charleston Davidson East Carolina George Washington Marshall North Carolina North Carolina State Wake Forest West Virginia Totals

Years 2 1 12 1 2 3 2 3 2 10 38

Won 0 0 8 0 0 0 2 4 1 8 23

Lost 2 1 13 1 2 3 3 4 2 10 41

Pct .000 .000 .381 .000 .000 .000 .400 .500 .333 .444 .359

71

31

75

.292

Combined 1968 1968 1968 1968

Davidson: Second in East Regional (2-1) St. John’s W 79-70 Columbia W 61-59 (OT) North Carolina L 70-66

Regional 1st Rd. Regional Semifinal Regional Final

Regional 1st Rd.

1969 1969 1969 1969

Davidson: Second in East Regional (2-1) Villanova W 75-61 St. John’s W 79-68 North Carolina L 87-85

Regional 1st Rd. Regional Semifinal Regional Final

West Virginia: East Regional (0-1) Canisius L 64-56

Regional 1st Rd.

1970 1970

Davidson: East Regional (0-1) St. Bonaventure L

85-72

Regional 1st Rd.

1958 1958

West Virginia: East Regional (0-1) Manhattan L 89-85

Regional 1st Rd.

1971 1971

Furman: East Regional (0-1) Fordham L

105-74

Regional 1st Rd.

1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959

West Virginia: First in East Regional (4-1) Dartmouth W 82-68 Saint Joseph’s W 95-92 Boston University W 86-82 Louisville W 94-79 California L 71-70

1972 3/11/72

East Carolina: East Regional (0-1) Villanova L 85-70

Regional 1st Rd.

1973 3/10/73

Furman: East Regional (0-1) Syracuse L

83-82

Regional 1st Rd.

1960 1960 1960 1960

West Virginia: Third in East Regional (2-1) Navy W 94-86 NYU L 82-81 (OT) Saint Joseph’s W 106-100

1974 3/9/74 3/14/74 3/16/74

Furman: Fourth in East Regional (1-2) South Carolina W 75-67 Pittsburgh L 81-78 Providence L 95-83

Regional 1st Rd. Regional Semifinal Regional Third Place

1961 1961

George Washington: East Regional (0-1) Princeton L 84-67

1975 3/15/75

Furman: East Regional (0-1) Boston College L

1962 1962

West Virginia: East Regional (0-1) Villanova L 90-75

1976 3/13/76 3/18/76 3/20/76

VMI: Second in East Regional (2-1) Tennessee W 81-75 DePaul W 71-66 (OT) Rutgers L 91-75

Regional 1st Rd. Regional Semifinal Regional Final

1963 1963 1963 1963

West Virginia: Third in East Regional (2-1) Connecticut W 77-71 Saint Joseph’s L 97-88 NYU W 83-73

Regional 1st Rd. Regional Semifinal Regional Third Place

1977 3/12/77 3/17/77

VMI: East Regional (1-1) Duquesne W Kentucky L

73-66 93-78

Regional 1st Rd. Regional Semifinal

1964 1964

VMI: East Regional (0-1) Princeton L

86-60

Regional 1st Rd.

1978 3/12/78

Furman: East Regional (0-1) Indiana L

63-62

Regional 1st Rd.

1965 1965

West Virginia: East Regional (0-1) Providence L 91-67

Regional 1st Rd.

1979 3/10/79

Appalachian State: No. 6 Mideast Regional (0-1) No. 3 LSU L 71-57

1966 1966 1966 1966

Davidson: Fourth in East Regional (1-2) Rhode Island W 95-65 Syracuse L 94-78 Saint Joseph’s L 92-76

1980 3/6/80

Furman: No. 10 East Regional (0-1) No. 7 Tennessee L 80-69

Regional 1st Rd

1981 3/12/81

Chattanooga: No. 11 Mideast Regional (0-1) No. 6 Maryland L 81-69

Regional 1st Rd.

1967 1967

West Virginia: East Regional (0-1) Princeton L 68-57

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Regional 1st Rd. Regional Semifinal Regional Final National Semifinal National Final Regional 1st Rd. Regional Semifinal Regional Third Place

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Regional 1st Rd.

Regional 1st Rd.

Regional 1st Rd. Regional Semifinal Regional Third Place Regional 1st Rd.

Regional 2nd Rd.


SOCON IN THE NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP Chattanooga: No. 10 Mideast Regional (1-1) No. 7 N.C. State W 58-51 No. 2 Minnesota L 62-61

Regional 1st Rd. Regional 2nd Rd.

1983 3/17/82

Chattanooga: No. 9 Mideast Regional (0-1) No. 8 Maryland L 52-51

Regional 1st Rd.

1984 3/16/84

Marshall: No. 10 Midwest Regional (0-1) No. 7 Villanova L 84-72

Regional 1st Rd.

1985 3/15/85

Marshall: No. 15 West Regional (0-1) No. 2 VCU L 81-65

Regional 1st Rd.

1986 3/14/85

Davidson: No. 16 Southeast Regional (0-1) No. 1 Kentucky L 75-55

Regional 1st Rd.

1987 3/12/87

Marshall: No. 13 East Regional (0-1) No. 4 TCU L 76-60

Regional 1st Rd.

1988 3/17/88

Chattanooga: No. 16 Southeast Regional (0-1) No. 1 Okalahoma L 94-66

Regional 1st Rd.

1989 3/16/89

ETSU: No. 16 Southeast Regional (0-1) No. 1 Oklahoma L 72-71

Regional 1st Rd.

1990 3/15/90

ETSU: No. 13 Southeast Regional (0-1) No. 13 Georgia Tech L 99-83

Regional 1st Rd.

1991 3/14/91

ETSU: No. 10 Midwest Regional (0-1) No. 7 Iowa L 76-73

Regional 1st Rd.

1992 3/20/92 3/22/92

ETSU: No. 14 Southeast Regional (1-1) No. 3 Arizona W 87-80 No. 6 Michigan L 102-90

Regional 1st Rd. Regional 2nd Rd.

1993 3/19/93

Chattanooga: No. 12 Southeast Regional (0-1) No. 5 Wake Forest L 81-58

Regional 1st Rd.

1994 3/17

Chattanooga: No. 13 Southeast Regional (0-1) No. 4 Kansas L 102-73

Regional 1st Rd.

1995 3/16/95

Chattanooga: No. 15 West Regional (0-1) No. 2 Connecticut L 100-71

Regional 1st Rd.

1996 3/14/96

Western Carolina: No. 16 West Regional (0-1) No. 1 Purdue L 73-71

Regional 1st Rd.

1997 3/14/97 3/16/97 3/21/97

Chattanooga: No. 14 Southeast Regional (2-1) No. 3 Georgia W 73-70 No. 6 Illinois W 63-75 No. 10 Providence L 71-65

Regional 1st Rd. Regional 2nd Rd. Regional Semifinals

1998 3/13/98

Davidson: No. 14 South Regional (0-1) No. 3 Michigan L 80-61

Regional 1st Rd.

1999 3/12/99

College of Charleston: No. 8 East Regional (0-1) No. 9 Tulsa L 62-53

Regional 1st Rd

2000 3/18/00

Appalachian State: No. 14 South Regional (0-1) No. 3 Ohio State L 87-61

Regional 1st Rd.

2001 3/15/01

UNCG: No. 16 West Regional (0-1) No. 1 Stanford L 89-60

Regional 1st Rd.

2002 3/14/02

Davidson: No. 13 West Regional (0-1) No. 4 Ohio State L 69-64

2003 3/21/03

This acrobatic shot by Jason Richards, along with 25 second-half points from Stephen Curry, sent Davidson past No. 2 seed Georgetown and into the Sweet Sixteen in 2008. The Wildcats would make it within two points of the Final Four, falling to eventual national champion Kansas, 59-57, in the Regional Final. 2008 3/21/08 3/23/08 3/28/08 3/30/08

Davidson: No. 10 Midwest Regional (3-1) No. 7 Gonzaga W 82-76 No. 2 Georgetown W 74-70 No. 3 Wisconsin W 73-56 No. 1 Kansas L 59-57

Regional 1st Rd. Regional 2nd Rd. Regional Semifinal Regional Final

2009 3/19/09

Chattanooga: No. 16 West Regional (0-1) No. 1 Connecticut L 103-47

Regional 1st Rd.

2010 3/19/09

Wofford: No. 13 East Regional (0-1) No. 4 Wisconsin L 53-49

Regional 1st Rd.

2011 3/17/11

Wofford: No. 14 Southeast Regional (0-1) No. 3 BYU L 74-66

Regional 1st Rd.

2012 3/15/12

Davidson: No. 14 West Regional (0-1) No. 3 Louisville L 69-62

Regional 1st Rd.

2013 3/21/13

Davidson: No. 14 East Regional (0-1) No. 3 Marquette L 59-58

Regional 1st Rd.

Regional 1st Rd.

2014 3/20/14

Wofford: No. 15 Midwest Regional (0-1) No. 2 Michigan L 57-40

Regional 1st Rd.

ETSU: No. 15 East Regional (0-1) No. 2 Wake Forest L 76-73

Regional 1st Rd.

2015 3/19/15

Wofford: No. 12 West Regional (0-1) No. 5 Arkansas L 56-53

Regional 1st Rd.

2004 3/19/04

ETSU: No. 13 Atlanta Regional (0-1) No. 4 Cincinnati L 80-77

Regional 1st Rd.

2016 3/17/16

Chattanooga: No. 12 East Regional (0-1) No. 5 Indiana L 74-99

Regional 1st Rd.

2005 3/17/05

Chattanooga: No. 15 New Mexico Regional (0-1) No. 2 Wake Forest L 70-54

Regional 1st Rd.

2017 3/16/17

ETSU: No. 13 East Regional (0-1) No. 4 Florida L 80-65

Regional 1st Rd.

2006 3/17/06

Davidson: No. 15 Dayton Regional (0-1) No. 2 Ohio State L 70-62

Regional 1st Rd.

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2007 3/15/07

Davidson: No. 13 Buffalo Regional (0-1) No. 4 Maryland L 82-70

Regional 1st Rd.

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Postseason NIT 1947

1948

1951

1968

1972

1983

1984

#SOCONHOOPS

1985

North Carolina State DePaul L

75-67

North Carolina State Seton Hall L

71-59

West Virginia Dayton

L

87-68

Davidson Syracuse

L

81-77

ETSU Vanderbilt

L

79-74

2014

2017

1989

1991

1987

W L

74-69 68-66

Chattanooga Clemson Lamar Louisville

W W L

67-65 85-84 71-66

1988

1991

1996

2002

2003

2005

2006

2007

2009

Chattanooga Cleveland State Marshall VCU

L

85-77

UNCG at Syracuse

L

90-77

Chattanooga (0-1) North Carolina L ETSU (1-1) Brigham Young Arizona

W L

111-94

83-80 88-79

1998

College of Charleston (0-1) Georgia L

1999

2002

L

L

92-73

2009

81-80

L

86-67

Davidson West Virginia

L

85-69

Davidson South Carolina

L

100-73

82-62

College of Charleston Kent State W Providence L

71-66 69-64

Davidson at VCU at Missouri State at Maryland

W W L

77-62 82-71 78-63

Georgia Southern at Charlotte L

77-61

Appalachian State at Mississippi L

73-59

Davidson at South Carolina at Saint Mary’s

70-63 80-68

W L

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE

L

67-59

Davidson (0-1) Siena

L

88-79

UNCG (1-2) Wagner Kansas

W L

84-65 105-66

Davidson (0-1) Texas Tech

L

89-58

2010

2011

Appalachian State (2-1) Harvard W at Marshall W Pacific L

93-71 80-72 64-56

Western Carolina (0-1) at Marshall L

90-88

Furman (0-1) at ETSU

L

76-63

Elon (0-1) at Canisius

L

69-53

Chattanooga (0-1) at ETSU L

79-66

Furman (1-1) Louisiana-Monroe W Louisiana L

58-57 80-72

Mercer (0-1) at Coastal Carolina L

65-57

Furman (2-1) at USC Upstate at Campbell at Saint Peter’s

W W L

79-57 79-64 77-51

Samford (1-1) Canisius at Liberty

W L

78-74 66-58

95-81

2010

L

The Citadel (0-1) at Old Dominion

83-64

College Basketball Invitational L

Pct. .000 .600 .429 .333 .000 .000 .000 .000 .400 .000 .323

CollegeInsider.com Tournament

2010

Furman West Virginia

UNCG Memphis

Davidson at Missouri

NIT breakdown by school School App. Won Lost Appalachian State 1 0 1 College of Charleston 2 3 2 Chattanooga 4 3 4 Davidson 6 3 6 ETSU 1 0 1 Furman 1 0 1 Marshall 1 0 1 UNCG 2 0 2 North Carolina State 3 2 3 West Virginia 1 0 1 Total 21 10 21

2009

Chattanooga Georgia Tennessee

Chattanooga Georgia

94-84 64-56 82-75

Preseason NIT

2003 1986

1994

112

North Carolina State (Third place) St. John’s W 64-55 Kentucky L 60-42 West Virginia W 64-52

College of Charleston Dayton W at Cleveland State W at Wichita State L

2011

2012

2013

2015

2016

College of Charleston (1-1) Troy W Richmond L College of Charleston (1-1) at Eastern Kentucky W at VCU L

93-91 74-72

82-79 93-86

W L

85-65 102-92

Wofford (0-1) at Pittsburgh

L

81-63

College of Charleston (0-1) at George Mason L

78-77

Mercer (1-1) Stony Brook W Louisiana-Monroe L

72-70 71-69

UNCG (1-1) Houston Baptist at Ohio

69-65 72-67

Western Carolina (0-1) at Vermont L

2014

2016

Davidson (1-1) James Madison at Creighton

W L

2013

79-74

2017

Vegas 16 2016

ETSU (1-1) vs. Louisiana Tech vs. Oakland

W L

88-83 104-81

2017 18 Southern Conference men's basketball media guide  

2017 18 Southern Conference men's basketball media guide

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