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Dennis Diaz G • 6-3 • 185 • So. Deltona, Fla.

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Aaron Graham G • 6-3 • 180 • Jr. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

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Leke Solanke F • 6-5 • 215 • Fr. Abeokuta, Nigeria

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Joel Naburgs G • 6-3 • 210 • Sr. Ringwood, Australia

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Willie Green F • 6-6 • 200 • Jr. Orlando, Fla.

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Brian Pegg G • 6-7 • 205 • Fr. Clearwater, Fla.

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Logan Irwin G • 5-10 • 170 • Fr. South Whitley, Ind.

Hunter Miller G • 6-1 • 180 • Jr. Nashville, Tenn.

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Tanner Plemmons G • 6-1 • 190 • Fr. Franklin, N.C.

Chris Perez G • 6-3 • 210 • Jr. Santiago, Dominican Rep.

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Liam McInerney F • 6-8 • 230 • Sr. Port Campbell, Australia

JR Weston G • 6-4 • 205 • Sr. Morral, Ohio

Kyle Sikora C • 7-0 • 245 • So. Key Largo, Fla.

Adam Pegg C • 6-9 • 260 • Sr. Clearwater, Fla.

Casey Alexander Head Coach Second Year

Roger Idstrom Associate Head Coach Second Year

Dwight Evans Assistant Coach Second Year

Steve Drabyn Assistant Coach Second Year

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S t ets on U nivers ity table of contents GENERAL INFORMATION Radio/TV Roster..............................1 Table of Contents............................2 Media Information..........................3 2012-13 HATTERS Quick Facts.......................................4 Roster.................................................5 Schedule...........................................6 Season Preview...........................7-8 THE SENIORS Liam McInerney......................10-11 Joel Naburgs..........................12-13 Adam Pegg.............................14-15 JR Weston................................16-17 THE JUNIORS Aaron Graham.......................19-20 Willie Green...........................21-22 Hunter Miller................................. 23 Chris Perez..............................24-25 THE SOPHOMORES Dennis Diaz................................... 27 Kyle Sikora.................................... 28 THE FRESHMEN Logan Irwin.................................... 30 Brian Pegg..................................... 31 Tanner Plemmons.......................... 32 Leke Solanke................................. 33 COACHING STAFF Casey Alexander...................35-36 Roger Idstrom................................ 37 Dwight Evans................................. 38 Steve Drabyn................................ 39 Support Staff................................ 40 OPPONENT INFORMATION 2012-13 Opponents.............41-44

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2011-12 REVIEW Schedule/Results.......................... 45 Statistics......................................... 46 Game-by-Game.......................... 47 Leaders.......................................... 48 Team Highs.................................... 49 A-Sun Review................................ 50

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HISTORY/RECORDS Individual Career Records.......... 51 Individual Season Records.......... 52 Team Season Records.................. 53 Game Records.............................. 54 Season Leaders......................55-56 Milestones...................................... 57 Honors and Awards..................... 58 Letterwinners...........................59-61 Vs. Opponents........................62-63 Yearly Results..........................64-80 Yearly Summary........................... 81

For all the latest Stetson Men’s Basketball news, scores, statistics, and records, visit the official website of Stetson Athletics at www.GoHatters. com. Find links to live stats, game broadcasts, postgame stories, and video.

STETSON UNIVERSITY Edmunds Center........................... 82 Glenn Wilkes Court..................... 83 Dr. Wendy Libby.......................... 84 Jeff Altier...................................... 85 Athletics Facilities......................... 86 Sports Medicine........................... 87 Strength and Conditioning......... 88 Atlantic Sun................................... 89 A-Sun Men’s Basketball............... 90 This is Stetson................................ 91 Central Florida............................. 92 CREDITS The 2012-13 Stetson University Men’s Basketball Media Guide was written and designed by Dan Forcella of the Stetson Athletic Communication Department. Editorial assistance by Jamie Bataille and Ricky Hazel. Majority of photography by Jim Hogue Photos.

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S t ets on U nivers ity media information In an effort to provide as much content to the Stetson fans, every home Atlantic Sun Conference game of the 2012-13 season will be streamed for free on HatterVision and ASun.TV. Nonconference home contests will be available on HatterVision on a subscription basis. All roads games during Atlantic Sun Conference play will also be available for free on ASun.TV.

(January 25 and February 22) are part of the CSS/A-Sun Friday Night Game of the Week series, while the rivalry between Stetson and UCF will also be showcased on CSS, airing at 7:00 p.m. on December 21.

In addition, the Hatters are scheduled to play five televised games during the regular season. Stetson will open the 2012-13 campaign at Miami on November 9, a game that will be featured on ESPN3. The Hatters, in conjunction with the women’s team, will host a doubleheader against Lipscomb on January 19, with both games airing on ESPN3.

New this season is the addition of the Hatters Radio Network, which will air a majority of Stetson’s home and road contests in 2012-13. WSBB 1230 AM in New Smyrna and WTJV 1490 AM in DeLand will both carry the Hatter events this season. For as many games as can be covered, the broadcasts will feature play-by-play from Robbie Aaron, color commentary from Ryan Rouse, a pre-game show with Coach Alexander, and postgame thoughts from coaches and players.

A total of three of Stetson’s contests this season will air on Comcast Sports South. A pair of games against Florida Gulf Coast

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS The Stetson University Athletic Communications Office is located in the “Crow’s Nest” of the Edmunds Center, accesible by an external staircase on the west side of the building.

PRESS ROW Working space for the media is located on the west side of the floor, opposite team benches and scorer’s table. Spouses, dates and other non-workers are not permitted on press row.

PRESS/PHOTO CREDENTIALS Press Credentials will be issued to working members of the media only. NCAA policy establishes that only photographers on assignment will be afforded credentials. Space is available on a first-come, first serve basis. Please direct all credential requests to Assistant Director of Athletic Communications Dan Forcella at (386) 822-8718 at least one day prior to the game. Credentials can be picked up at the will-call window at the front entrance of the Edmunds Center; they will not be mailed.

PRESS ROW CONDUCT Working personnel are expected to follow press row guidelines established by the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA).

RADIO SU grants broadcast rights to the official flagship station of the visiting team and provides one complimentary telephone line on a reciprocal basis. Otherwise, a rights fee of $75.00 has been established.

SCOUTING In accordance with NCAA and A-Sun regulations, Stetson prohibits the granting of credentials for scouting purposes. Coaches violating this rule will be reported to the conference office.

PRESS ROW SERVICE Statistics, pre-game notes and programs will be available in the media workroom prior to the game. Halftime box scores will be available at intermission. Final box scores and play-by-play accounts will be distributed as quickly as possible at the conclusion of the game.

POST-GAME INTERVIEW POLICY Head Coach Casey Alexander and requested players will be available for postgame interviews. Opponent SID personnel (if in attendance) are in charge of setting up interviews with members of their coaching staff or players. COACH/PLAYER INTERVIEWS All coach and player interviews must be set up through Dan Forcella of the Stetson Athletic Communications Office. Interview times will be arranged in accordance with the coach/player’s schedule. Please allow at least 24 hours prior notice for the interview. PRACTICE COVERAGE Media wishing to cover practice are welcome to do so. However, please notify the Stetson Athletic Communications Office if you are planning to attend a practice.

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S t ets on U nivers ity 2012-13 quick facts G E N E R A L

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School:....................................................... Stetson University City:.................................................................... DeLand, Fla. Founded:.........................................................................1883 Enrollment:.....................................................................2,776 Nickname:....................................................................Hatters Colors:......................................... Hunter Green and White Home Arena:...............................................Edmunds Center Capacity:.......................................................................4,000 Affiliation:.................................................... NCAA Division I Conference:.........................................................Atlantic Sun President:...............................................Dr. Wendy B. Libby Alma Mater, Year:........................................ Cornell, 1972 Athletics Director:................................................. Jeff Altier Alma Mater, Year:.........................................Stetson, 1982 Senior Woman Administrator:....................Alicia Queally Alma Mater, Year:...........................North Carolina, 1999 Athletic Department Phone:.......................386.822.8100

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First Season:............................................................ 1900-01 Overall All-Time Record:............................... 1,180-1,035 All-Time Division I Record:........... 548-602 (‘71-present) Last Conference Tournament:..... ‘08-09 (ETSU - L, 76-90) Last Conference Finals:.............. ‘93-94 (UCF - L, 67-70)

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Head Coach:............................................ Casey Alexander Alma Mater, Year:....................................... Belmont, 1995 Overall Record (Years):......................................... 9-20 (1) Record at Stetson (Years):..................................... 9-20 (1) Office Phone:................................................386.822.8118 Associate Head Coach:.................................Roger Idstrom Alma Mater, Year:...................... Mars Hill College, 1989 Office Phone:................................................386.822.8104 Assistant Coach:.............................................. Dwight Evans Alma Mater, Year:............... Birmingham-Southern, 1984 Office Phone:................................................386.822.8101 Assistant Coach:............................................. Steve Drabyn Alma Mater, Year:....................................... Belmont, 2004 Office Phone:................................................386.822.8144 Director of Basketball Operations:...............Adam Jones Alma Mater, Year:..................................... Arkansas, 2010

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2011-12 Overall Record:............................................9-20 Conference Record/Finish:...................................6-12/9th Letterwinners Returning/Lost:........................................ 8/4 Starters Returning/Lost:................................................. 5/0 Newcomers:......................................................5 (4 Fr., 1 Tr.) Starters Returning (5) Aaron Graham (Jr. - G) Liam McInerney (Sr. - F) Joel Naburgs (Sr. - G) Adam Pegg (Sr. - C) Chris Perez (Jr. - G)

12.7 ppg 4.3 ppg 9.2 ppg 14.9 ppg 13.5 ppg

2.3 3pg 4.1 rpg 2.6 apg 5.5 rpg 4.5 rpg

Other Returners (4) Dennis Diaz (So. - G) Willie Green (Jr. - F) Hunter Miller (Jr. - G) J.R. Weston (Sr. - G)

29 g 7.3 ppg Redshirted 10 g

73% ft 1.3 bpg

Newcomers (5) Logan Irwin Brian Pegg Tanner Plemmons Kyle Sikora Leke Solanke

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46% 3fg

5-10/170 6-7/205 6-1/190 7-0/245 6-5/215

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Director:...............................................................Ricky Hazel Office:............................................................386.822.8130 Email:..................................................... jhazel@stetson.edu Assistant Director (MBB Contact):..................Dan Forcella Office:............................................................386.822.8718 Cell:................................................................207.650.6790 Email:.................................................. dforcell@stetson.edu Assistant Director:.......................................... Jamie Bataille Office:............................................................386.822.8131 Email:................................................... jbataill@stetson.edu Website:............................................... www.GoHatters.com Twitter:............................@StetsonHatters, @StetsonMBB Facebook:........................... Facebook.com/StetsonHatters


S t ets on U nivers ity 2012-13 roster Numerical Roster No. 1 2 3 4 10 11 12 14 22 23 24 33 40 41

Name Dennis Diaz Leke Solanke Willie Green Logan Irwin Hunter Miller Aaron Graham Joel Naburgs Brian Pegg Tanner Plemmons Chris Perez Liam McInerney JR Weston Kyle Sikora Adam Pegg

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

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

Wt. 185 215 200 170 180 180 210 205 190 210 230 205 245 260

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

Hometown/Previous School Deltona, Fla./DeLand HS Abeokuta, Nigeria/Marquette Catholic HS Orlando, Fla./Olympia HS/WKU/Daytona St. South Whitley, Ind./Whitko HS Nashville, Tenn./CPA/FGCU Ft. Lauderdale, Fla./Westminster Academy Ringwood, Australia/Box Hill Senior College Clearwater, Fla./Faith Baptist Christian School Franklin, N.C./Rabun County HS Santiago, Dominican Republic/ Oldsmar Christian/Liberty Port Campbell, Australia/Ballarat & Clarendon College Morral, Ohio/Ridgedale HS Key Largo, Fla./Florida Christian HS/Oakland Clearwater, Fla./Clearwater HS/Delaware

Alphabetical Roster No. Name 1 Dennis Diaz 11 Aaron Graham 3 Willie Green 4 Logan Irwin 24 Liam McInerney 10 Hunter Miller 12 Joel Naburgs 41 Adam Pegg 14 Brian Pegg 23 Chris Perez 22 Tanner Plemmons 40 Kyle Sikora 2 Leke Solanke 33 JR Weston

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

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

Wt. 185 180 200 170 230 180 210 260 205 210 190 245 215 205

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

Hometown/Previous School Deltona, Fla./DeLand HS Ft. Lauderdale, Fla./Westminster Academy Orlando, Fla./Olympia HS/WKU/Daytona State South Whitley, Ind./Whitko HS Port Campbell, Australia/Ballarat & Clarendon College Nashville, Tenn./CPA/FGCU Ringwood, Australia/Box Hill Senior College Clearwater, Fla./Clearwater HS/Delaware Clearwater, Fla./Faith Baptist Christian School Santiago, Dominican Republic/ Oldsmar Christian/Liberty Franklin, N.C./Rabun County HS Key Largo, Fla./Florida Christian HS/Oakland Abeokuta, Nigeria/Marquette Catholic HS Morral, Ohio/Ridgedale HS

Head Coach: Casey Alexander (Belmont, 1995) - Second season Associate Head Coach: Roger Idstrom (Mars Hill College, 1989) - Second season Assistant Coach: Dwight Evans (Birmingham-Southern, 1984) - Second season Assistant Coach: Steve Drabyn (Belmont, 2004) - Second season Director of Operations: Adam Jones (Arkansas, 2010) - Third season Pronunciation Guide 2 LAY - kay, so - LAWN - kay 12 Joel, NAR - burgs 24 Liam, MAC - in - urn - ee

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S t ets on U nivers ity 2012-13 schedule Day Date Mon. Oct. 29 Fri. Nov. 9 Tue. Nov. 13 Mon. Nov. 19 Mon. Nov. 26 Wed. Nov. 28 Mon. Dec. 3 Thu. Dec. 6 Sun. Dec. 9 Sat. Dec. 15 Tue. Dec. 18 Fri. Dec. 21 Mon. Dec. 31 Wed. Jan. 2 Sat. Jan. 5 Mon. Jan. 7 Thu. Jan. 10 Sat. Jan. 12 Thu. Jan. 17 Sat. Jan. 19 Fri. Jan. 25 Thu. Jan. 31 Sat. Feb. 2 Thu. Feb. 7 Sat. Feb. 9 Thu. Feb. 14 Sat. Feb. 16 Fri. Feb. 22 Thu. Feb. 28 Sat. Mar. 2 Wed.-Sat. Mar. 6-9

Opponent FLAGLER (ex.) at Miami FLORIDA A&M SOUTHEASTERN USF at Virginia Commenwealth at Bethune-Cookman FAU FIU at Richmond at FAU at UCF at Mercer * at Kennesaw State * NORTH FLORIDA * JACKSONVILLE * at ETSU * at USC Upstate * NORTHERN KENTUCKY * LIPSCOMB * at FGCU * at Jacksonville * at North Florida * USC UPSTATE * ETSU * at Lipscomb * at Northern Kentucky * FGCU * KENNESAW STATE * MERCER * Atlantic Sun Tournament

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Location Edmunds Center Coral Gables, Fla. Edmunds Center Edmunds Center Edmunds Center Richmond, Va. Daytona Beach, Fla. Edmunds Center Edmunds Center Richmond, Va. Boca Raton, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Macon, Ga. Kennesaw, Ga. Edmunds Center Edmunds Center Johnson City, Tenn. Spartanburg, S.C. Edmunds Center Edmunds Center Fort Myers, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. Edmunds Center Edmunds Center Nashville, Tenn. Highland Heights, Ky. Edmunds Center Edmunds Center Edmunds Center Macon, Ga.

Time 7:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. (ESPN3) 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. (CSS) 4:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m. 5:15 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:15 p.m. (ESPN3) 7:00 p.m. (CSS) 7:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:15 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. (CSS) 7:15 p.m. 3:15 p.m. TBA


S t ets on U nivers ity 2012-13 season preview

The Stetson men’s basketball team, which saw many improvements in Head Coach Casey Alexander’s first year at the helm last season, returns all five starters for the upcoming 2012-13 campaign. With a wealth of veteran leadership, a year under the new coaching staff’s belt, a total of 10 student-athletes with Division I experience, and four promising freshmen, the Hatters are in good shape as the start of the season looms. Last season Stetson finished with its best record since 2008-09, but the team narrowly missed out on qualifying for the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament due to a tie-breaker. Stetson’s 6-12 league mark was also the best since 08-09, when the Hatters went 9-11 and were the seven seed in the A-Sun Tournament. The 2011-12 Hatters improved their scoring output by 7.9 points, their shooting percentage by 14 percentage points, and their three-point shooting by a staggering 46 percentage points (.343) from the previous season. Stetson also made improvements in free throw percentage (.620 to .695), assists per game (9.5 to 15), and rebounds (33.1 to 36.5). Led statistically by senior Adam Pegg, who was the first All-Atlantic Sun performer since Garfield Blair in 2009, the Hatters will lean on the leadership of eight upperclassmen in 2012-13. Pegg was named second team all-conference in his first season at Stetson after transferring from the University of Delaware. The 6’9” center led the Hatters with 14.9 points and 5.5 rebounds per game. Joel Naburgs and Liam McInerney, both starters from a year ago, give Stetson a pair of seniors from Australia who have been in DeLand since their freshman years. Naburgs is a 6’3” guard who averaged season preview -

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S t ets on U nivers ity 2012-13 season preview 9.2 points and led the team with 2.6 assists per game in 2011-12. Atlantic Sun Conference McInerney, meanwhile, continued to do a little bit of everything for the Hatters in 2011-12, finishing in the top six on the team in almost Preseason Coaches Poll every statistical category. 1. Mercer (6) 95 Chris Perez and Aaron Graham, both starters as sophomores a year ago, will look to help lead the team as upperclassmen this season. Perez was second on the team in scoring last year, averaging 13.5 per tilt, and added 4.5 rebounds per game from the guard position. Graham can light it up from deep, knocking down 68 three-pointers as a sophomore. Senior J.R. Weston, juniors Willie Green and Hunter Miller, and sophomore Dennis Diaz give the Hatters plenty of experience for the upcoming season. Sophomore transfer from Oakland, sevenfooter Kyle Sikora, will complement freshmen Logan Irwin, Brian Pegg – brother of Adam, Tanner Plemmons, and Leke Solanke to form a promising group of newcomers for Stetson. With four scheduled televised games this season, and every Atlantic Sun Conference contest aired for free on ASun.TV, the 2012-13 Hatters will certainly be on display for their fans. Competitive in-state contests, including on the road at Miami and UCF, and at home against USF, as well as a couple of Virginia road trips to Richmond and VCU, highlight Stetson’s non-conference slate. The Hatters will be on the road at Mercer and Kennesaw State to open conference play around the first of the year. Lipscomb will come to town on January 19 for a doubleheader on ESPN3, a pair of games against Florida Gulf Coast will be aired on CSS (away Jan. 25, home Feb. 22), and it all tips off on November 9 when Stetson travels to Miami to take on the Hurricanes at 5:30 p.m. on ESPN3.

2. USC Upstate (3) 89 3. Florida Gulf Coast 75 4. North Florida (1) 70 5. ETSU 54 6. Stetson 48 7. Jacksonville 42 8. Lipscomb 35 9. Kennesaw State 22 10. Northern Kentucky 16 Tournament Champion: Mercer (6) Preaseason Media Poll 1. Mercer (18) 260 2. USC Upstate (4) 228 3. Florida Gulf Coast (3) 198 4. ETSU (1) 180 5. North Florida (1) 167 6. Stetson 113 7. Jacksonville 111 8. Lipscomb 108 9. Kennesaw State 61 10. Northern Kentucky 59 Tournament Champion: Mercer (15) Preseason All-Conference Team G Sherwood Brown Sr. F Torrey Craig Jr. G Markeith Cummings Sr. F Jakob Gollon Jr. G Jerron Granberry Sr. G Ty Greene So. G Langston Hall Jr. C Adam Pegg Sr. F Glenn Powell Sr. G Parker Smith Sr.

Florida Gulf Coast USC Upstate Kennesaw State Mercer North Florida USC Upstate Mercer Stetson Jacksonville North Florida

Player of the Year: Torrey Craig, USC Upstate Defensive Player of the Year: Daniel Coursey, Mercer

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Forward • Senior • 6-8 • 230 Port Campbell, Australia Ballarat & Clarendon College

2011-12 (Junior) Started all 29 games for the Hatters while averaging 22.6 minutes per game … Averaged 4.3 points and 4.1 rebounds per game … Had a season-high 13 points twice, against Florida A&M (11/14) and Saint Leo (11/19) … Recorded a season-high 10 rebounds against James Madison (12/30) … Made 20 out of 43 three-point field goals (.465) … Finished third on the team in field goal percentage (.462) … Shot 66.7 percent from the free throw line … Scored double figures in points three times ... Earned Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic Honors and named a Conference Scholar. 2010-11 (Sophomore) Played in 31 games as a reserve, averaging 12.5 minutes per game ... Scored a season-high four points in a game three times ... Averaged 1.9 rebounds per game and had a season-high eight at Bethune-Cookman (11/16) ... Played a season-high 27 minutes against Rice ... Earned Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic honors. 2009-10 (Freshman) Played in 28 games with nine starts ... Started six of the last eight games ... Led the team in field goal percentage at .493 ... Was 7th on team in scoring at 3.1 points per game... Second on the team in rebounding at 3.4 per game ... Fourth on the team in blocked shots with nine ... First career start came against UNF (1/10) ... Played career-high 29 minutes, was 4-for-5 from the field and scored career-high nine points at UNF (2/11) ... Careerhigh nine rebounds against Lipscomb (2/20) ... Pulled down seven rebounds four times ... Picked up a pair of blocked shots twice ... Earned Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic honors. High School Graduated from Ballarat & Clarendon College in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia ... Played basketball for Coach Ebony

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Liam McInerney McInerney’s Career Highs Pts 13 (2x) last: Saint Leo FG 5 Florida A&M FGA 7 (3x) last: Lipscomb 3FG 3 Belmont 3FGA 6 Belmont FT 5 Florida FTA 6 (2x) last: Florida Reb 10 James Madison Ast 5 Kennesaw State TO 5 Charleston Southern Blk 2 (8x) last: Belmont Stl 5 North Florida

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McInerney’s Career Statistics Season GP-GS Min/Avg. FG-FGA FG% 3FG-3FGA 3FG% FT-FTA FT% Reb PF Ast TO Blk Stl 2009-10 28-9 434/15.5 37-75 .493 0-2 .000 14-26 .538 96 45 12 13 9 8 2010-11 31-0 386/12.5 10-50 .200 1-22 .045 6-12 .500 60 49 12 18 7 11 2011-12 29-29 656/22.6 42-91 .462 20-43 .465 20-30 .667 118 83 41 41 14 23 Total 88-38 1476/16.8 89-216 .412 21-67 .313 40-68 .588 274 177 65 72 30 42

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Joel Naburgs 12

Guard • Senior • 6-3 • 210 Ringwood, Australia Box Hill Senior College

2011-12 (Junior) Appeared in 28 games, starting 27 for Stetson, while averaging 29.2 minutes per game … Averaged 9.2 points and 5.0 rebounds per game … Finished 13th overall in the A-Sun in assists (2.6) per game and 4th in league play (3.2) ... Scored in double figures 14 times, nine against A-Sun opponents … Finished sixth overall in the A-Sun in defensive rebounds per game (4.1) and eighth in league play (3.8) … Had a season-high 16 points twice, against North Florida (2/04) and Lipscomb (2/11) … Finished 3647 from the free throw line (.766). 2010-11 (Sophomore) Saw action in 31 games, 16 as a starter, while averaging 28.1 minutes per game ... Averaged 7.8 points per game and posted 10 double-figure scoring efforts ... Scored a season-high 20 points in a home game against Florida Gulf Coast (1/25) ... Pulled down an even 100 rebounds, averaging 3.2 boards per game ... Opened the year with a 16-point, nine rebound performance in an upset victory at Wake Forest ... Shot 34.5 percent from the floor on the year, hitting 70-of-203 attempts ... Led the team with 42 three-pointers, shooting 32.3 percent from beyond the arc ... Was a 78.9 percent (60-76) free throw shooter. 2009-10 (Freshman) One of the top recruited freshmen in the Atlantic Sun Conference... Played in 28 games with six starts... Scored 11 points, pulled down two rebounds and added two assists in his first career start at Belmont (1/4/10)... Finished 6th on team in scoring at 5.4 points per game... Led the team and was 14th in A-Sun for 3-point field goal percentage at .352 (32-for-91)... Was 6th on team in field goal percentage at .365 (46-for-126)... Was 4th on team in 3-point field goals made with 32... Third on team in free throw percentage at .722 (26-of-36)... Tied for 4th on team in rebounds with 73... Was 3rd on team in assists with 1.7 per game... Scored in double-figures eight times including seven of last eight games... Hit 6-of-7 from the floor and

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scored career-high 15 points vs. Belmont (2/18/10)... Had career-high six rebounds three times... Handed out careerhigh five assists twice. High School Graduated from Box Hill Senior College in Melbourne, Australia... Played school basketball for head coach Kevin Goorjian... Led team to Eastern Zone championship in 2008... Averaged 23.4 points, 5.8 rebounds, 2.6 assists and shot 48% from the field... Scored 46 points and 47 points in back-to-back games... Also played for the Kilsyth rep. team that finished third in 2008... Was a 2007 State U18 selection and National Champion... In 2008 was the league MVP, top scorer and member of All-Star Team... 2008 Kilsyth Rep Team MVP... In 2004 and 2005 participated in track and field and was state champion in high jump... member of the U16 and U17 volleyball team. Personal Son of Uldi and Chris Naburgs of Ringwood, Victoria, Australia... Majoring in Psychology at Stetson.


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Joel Naburgs Naburgs’s Career Highs Pts 20 Florida Gulf Coast FG 7 North Florida FGA 16 Florida State 3FG 5 ETSU 3FGA 12 Florida Gulf Coast FT 10 Lipscomb FTA 10 Lipscomb Reb 11 Florida A&M Ast 6 Kennesaw State TO 7 Indiana Blk 1 (8x) last: ETSU Stl 4 Lipscomb

1/25/11 2/4/12 11/16/11 12/1/11 1/25/11 1/3/11 1/3/11 11/14/11 1/2/12 12/4/11 2/23/12 1/3/11

Naburgs’s Career Statistics Season GP-GS Min/Avg. FG-FGA FG% 3FG-3FGA 3FG% FT-FTA FT% Reb PF Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2009-10 28-6 561/20.0 46-126 .365 32-91 .352 26-36 .722 73 45 48 32 2 8 150 5.4 2010-11 31-16 871/28.1 70-203 .345 42-130 .323 60-76 .789 100 32 46 51 4 25 242 7.8 2011-12 28-27 817/29.2 85-214 .397 51-149 .342 36-47 .766 141 50 74 60 2 25 257 9.2 Total 87-49 2249/25.9 201-543 .370 125-370 .338 122-159 .767 314 127 168 143 8 58 649 7.5 the hatters - - - - - - - - -

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Center • Senior • 6-9 • 260 Clearwater, Florida Delaware/Clearwater HS

2011-12 (Junior) Averaged 14.9 points and 5.5 rebounds per game … Ranked fourth overall in the A-Sun in scoring (14.9) and third in league play (16.1) ... Twice named league Newcomer of the Week ... Scored in double-figures 21 times, including 14 times in A-Sun play ... Had back-to-back double-doubles against Lipscomb and FGCU ... Finished second overall in FGM (165) … Had a career high 31 points against Belmont (2/13) ... Finished second overall in the A-Sun in field goals made (165) ... Named Second Team All-Conference in the A-Sun ... Earned Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic honors. 2010-11 (Redshirted) Sat out the season due to NCAA transfer rules ... Earned Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic honors. 2009-10 (Sophomore) Played in 30 games with 14 starts at Delaware ... Averaged 5.0 points and 2.6 rebounds in just over 18 minutes per game ... Earned Colonial Athletic Conference All-Academic honors. 2008-09 (Freshman) Played in all 32 games at the University of Delaware ... Averaged 1.6 points and 1.6 rebounds per game ... Earned Colonial Athletic Conference All-Academic honors. High School Graduated from Clearwater High School ... Also attended Palm Harbor University High School ... Earned four varsity letters in basketball ... 2007 First Team All-PCAC North selection as a junior at Palm Harbor High School ... Averaged 17 points and 13 rebounds per game in 2006-07 ... Transferred to Clearwater High School for senior season ... Honorable Mention All-Suncoast and Fourth Team All-Central Florida selection in 2007-08 ... Led Clearwater to a

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22-5 record and a berth in the Florida 5A State Tournament. Personal Son of William and Alena Pegg of Clearwater, Florida ... Has two brothers, David (24) and Brian (18), who is a freshman on the Stetson basketball team ... His mother was a member of the Czech National Team ... Majoring in Integrative Health Science at Stetson.


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Adam Pegg Pegg’s Stetson Career Highs Pts 31 Belmont FG 13 Belmont FGA 19 (2x) last: FGCU 3FG 5 Belmont 3FGA 10 Belmont FT 8 Lipscomb FTA 11 Lipscomb Reb 14 Lipscomb Ast 6 Saint Leo TO 6 (3x) last: Kennesaw State Blk 2 (2x) last: Kennesaw State Stl 3 Kennesaw State

2/13/12 2/13/12 1/20/12 2/13/12 2/13/12 1/16/12 1/16/12 1/16/12 11/19/11 1/30/12 1/30/12 1/30/12

Pegg’s Stetson Career Statistics Season GP-GS Min/Avg. FG-FGA FG% 3FG-3FGA 3FG% FT-FTA FT% Reb PF Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2011-12 29-29 808/27.9 165-320 .516 18-51 .353 85-117 .726 159 84 42 68 11 16 433 14.9

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Guard • Senior • 6-4 • 205 Morral, Ohio Ridgedale High School

2011-12 (Junior) Played in 10 games off the bench, averaging 8.0 minutes per contets... Scored 24 points, contributing at a mark of 2.4 points per game... Also grabbed nine rebounds, and was 6-for-13 (.462) from beyond the arc ... Earned Atlantic Sun Conference All-Acadmeic, Conference Scholar, and President’s Scholar honors. 2010-11 (Sophomore) Saw action in six games, averaging 5.7 minutes per outing ... Recorded six rebounds and one steal ... Earned Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic honors. 2009-10 (Freshman) Played in 22 games with one start as a freshman ... First career start came at Louisville (12/2) ... Finished eighth on the team in points scored with 50 ... Was ninth in scoring average at 2.3 points per game ... Finished 6th on team in 3-point field goal % at .242 (8-for-33) ... Was 3-for-5 from the field and 2-for-2 from the line and scored a career-high nine points against ETSU (2/6) ... Pulled down a career-high four rebounds vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (11/25) ... Picked up career-high 22 minutes played at Kennesaw State (2/1) ... Shot 3-for-4 from the field and scored seven points against Lipscomb (2/20) ... Earned Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic honors. 2008-09 (Redshirt) Sat out the 2008-09 season as a redshirt ... Earned Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic honors. High School Graduated from Ridgedale High School in Morral, Ohio ... As a freshman, he was Second Team All-Conference and Honorable Mention All-District .... His sophomore season he was First Team All-Conference, First Team All-District, and Special mention All-Ohio ... As a junior he was named First Team All-Conference, First Team All-District, and Third Team All-Ohio ... His senior year he was named First Team

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J.R. Weston Weston’s Career Highs Pts 11 Florida State 11/16/11 FG 4 Florida State 11/16/11 FGA 6 (3x) last: Kennesaw State 2/1/10 3FG 3 Florida State 11/16/11 3FGA 4 Florida State 11/16/11 FT 3 Campbell 1/16/10 FTA 5 Palm Beach Atlantic 11/25/09 Reb 4 (3x) last: Indiana 12/04/11 Ast 2 (2x) last: Kennesaw State 2/1/10 TO 2 (2x) last: UCF 11/23/10 Blk 1 (2x) last: Bethune-Cookman 11/11/11 Stl 1 (5x) last: UCF 11/23/10

Weston’s Career Statistics Season GP-GS Min/Avg. FG-FGA FG% 3FG-3FGA 3FG% FT-FTA FT% Reb PF Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2009-10 22-1 200/9.1 17-51 .333 8-33 .242 8-13 .615 25 27 10 11 1 4 50 2.3 2010-11 6-0 34/5.7 0-4 .000 0-4 .000 0-3 .000 6 3 2 5 0 1 0 0.0 2011-12 10-0 80/8.0 8-19 .421 6-13 .462 2-5 .400 9 11 5 4 1 0 24 2.4 Total 38-1 314/8.3 25-74 .338 14-50 .280 10-21 .476 40 41 17 20 2 5 74 1.9 the hatters - - - - - - - - -

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Guard • Junior • 6-3 • 180 Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Westminster Academy

2011-12 (Sophomore) Averaged 12.7 points per game and averaged over 28 minutes per game … Ranked 10th overall in the league in scoring (12.7) and ninth in league play (14.0) ... Was eighth in league play in 3-pointers made (68) ... Was third in the league in free-throw percentage (.778) and also ranked in top 15 in steals and 3-point percentage ... Scored in double-figures 19 times, including 14 times in A-Sun play ... Was named to the UCF Holiday Classic AllTournament team. 2010-11 (Freshman) Saw action in 30 games, 16 as a starter ... Scored in double figures seven times, including a season-high 20-point effort at North Florida (12/4) ... Averaged 6.1 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game while playing an average of 19.9 minutes per outing ... Connected on 32-of-89 three-point attempts for 36 percent ... Connected on 78.3 percent of his free throw attempts ... Played a season-high 36 minutes at Florida Gulf Coast, scoring 17 points against the Eagles (2/21). 2009-10 (Redshirt) Sat out the 2009-10 season as a redshirt. High School Graduated from Westminster Academy in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida... Played basketball under Coach Ehrin Walhoff... His senior season the team finished in first place in district... Averaged 20 points, five assists and six rebounds per game... Named First Team All-SACC Conference and Second Team All-County... Played in the Broward vs. Miami All-Star game. Personal Son of Sandra Polson of Miramar, Florida... Majoring in Business Administration at Stetson.

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Aaron Graham Graham’s Career Highs Pts 26 James Madison 12/30/11 FG 9 James Madison 12/30/11 FGA 17 (2x) last: Lipscomb 1/16/12 3FG 5 (5x) last: James Madison 12/30/11 3FGA 12 Lipscomb 1/16/12 FT 9 (3x) last: FGCU 2/17/12 FTA 13 FGCU 2/17/12 Reb 10 Bethune-Cookman 11/11/11 Ast 7 ETSU 12/1/11 TO 7 Charleston Southern 11/21/11 Blk 2 (2x) last: Lipscomb 1/16/12 Stl 4 Mercer 1/28/12

Graham’s Career Statistics Season GP-GS Min/Avg. FG-FGA FG% 3FG-3FGA 3FG% FT-FTA FT% Reb PF Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2010-11 30-16 597/19.9 58-157 .369 32-89 .360 36-46 .783 69 53 35 52 5 29 184 6.1 2011-12 29-29 830/28.6 112-288 .389 68-190 .358 77-99 .778 124 82 73 79 6 39 369 12.7 Total 59-45 1427/24.2 170-445 .382 100-279 .358 113-145 .779 193 135 108 131 11 68 553 9.4

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Willie Green 3

Forward • Junior • 6-6 • 200 Orlando, Florida Daytona State/WKU/Olympia HS

2011-12 (Sophomore) Appeared in all 29 games and averaged 7.3 points per game … Led the team in blocked shots with 39 … Had a double-double against North Florida (1/09) … Was in double figures in scoring nine times … Fifth overall in the A-Sun in blocked shots per game (1.3) and fourth in league play (1.2) … Finished ninth in league play in free throw percentage of 72.2 percent. 2010-11 (Freshman) Played in 32 games at Daytona State College, averaging 5.3 points and 2.9 rebounds per game ... Connected on 72-of-142 attempts from the field and 26-of-38 from the free throw line ... Grabbed 92 rebounds, averaging 2.9 per game ... Recorded 43 blocked shots, averaging 1.3 per game. 2009-10 (Redshirt) Sat out as a redshirt at Western Kentucky University. High School A four-year starter for coach Mark Griseck at Olympia High School in Orlando ... As a senior, averaged 12.1 points, 7.2 rebounds, and 3.4 blocks per game ... Finished his scholastic career with over 1,000 points, 750 rebounds, and 400 blocks ... Ranks as the all-time leader in Olympia High history in rebounds and blocked shots ... In leading the nationally-ranked Titans to a 29-5 record and a runner-up finish in the Florida 6A State Tournament, Green earned All-Metro, All-Conference, and All-State Honorable Mention for Class 6A in Florida ... The Orlando Sentinel named him All-Central Florida while he was also a McDonald’s All-American nominee ... In the Florida 6A State Championship game against Coral Reef, Green tallied nine points, 12 rebounds, and five blocks shots in the Titans’ 69-60 loss ... As a junior, he averaged 11.1 points and 9.0 rebounds per game as Olympia posted a 24-3 record ... Graduated with a 4.2 GPA.

Personal Full name is William Jerald Green III ... Is the son of William Green, Jr., and Shanelle Williams ... Has one brother, Niko Green (13), and one sister, Jasmine Green (10) ... Chose to attend Stetson because of the great academic programs ... Majoring in Sport Management at Stetson.

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Willie Green Green’s Stetson Career Highs Pts 17 (2x) last: Lipscomb FG 7 North Florida FGA 9 (4x) last: Lipscomb 3FG 1 (3x) last: Jacksonville 3FGA 2 (3x) last: Jacksonville FT 7 Lipscomb FTA 9 Lipscomb Reb 10 North Florida Ast 3 (4x) last: Lipscomb TO 3 (6x) last: Jacksonville Blk 3 (2x) last: Kennesaw State Stl 1 (10x) last: Lipscomb

2/11/12 1/9/12 2/11/12 1/7/12 1/7/12 2/11/12 2/11/12 1/9/12 1/16/12 2/6/12 1/30/12 2/11/12

Green’s Stetson Career Statistics Season GP-GS Min/Avg. FG-FGA FG% 3FG-3FGA 3FG% FT-FTA FT% Reb PF Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2011-12 29-0 641/22.1 81-157 .516 3-16 .188 47-72 .653 134 46 38 41 39 10 212 7.3

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Chris Perez 23

Guard • Junior • 6-3 • 210 Santiago, Dominican Republic Liberty/Oldsmar Christian

2011-12 (Sophomore) Led the team in minutes played per game (31.1) … Ranked seventh overall in the A-Sun in scoring (13.5) and sixth in league play (14.4) ... Scored in double-figures in a team-high 24 games, including 15-of-18 league games ... Was 15th in league play in free-throw percentage (.656) … Had a season-high 24 points against Kennesaw State (1/2) … Had a season high 11 rebounds against Lipscomb (2/11). 2010-11 (Redshirted) Redshirted due to NCAA transfer rules. 2009-10 (Freshman) Played one season at Liberty University ... Played in all 31 games with three starts for the Flames as a freshman ... Averaged 5.5 points and 1.6 rebounds in 15.2 minutes per game ... Shot .516 (66-for-128) from the field and .614 (27-for-44) from the free throw line ... Finished fourth on team in assists with 22. High School Graduated from Oldsmar Christian School in Oldsmar, Florida ... Earned four varsity letters with the basketball team ... All-time leading scorer in Pinellas County ... Helped the Eagles to a 24-8 record as a senior with eight games against nationally-ranked high school programs ... Led team to a victory over nationally-ranked Montverde Academy, the first win by a Pinellas County team over a national Top 20 squad in 18 years ... Led the county in scoring for three-straight seasons, including averaging 29.0 points per game during his sophomore and junior seasons ... Led team as a senior with 24.0 points per game, while pulling down 6.0 rebounds and dishing out 5.0 assists per contest ... Helped the Eagles to various high school team rankings during the season, including No. 1 for all classes in Tampa by the St. Petersburg Times, No. 1 in Florida for independents by Florida Hoops and a Top 20 ranking for

all classes by Florida Hoops ... As a sophomore, he led all scorers on his team, including three upperclassmen who went on to earn Division I scholarships. Personal Son of Cristogal Perez and Luisa del Cormen Jimenez of The Bronx, New York ... Has three sisters -- Emely (12), Karen (8) and Esmely (4) -- and a brother Jayden (1) ... Majoring in Education at Stetson.

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Chris Perez Perez’s Stetson Career Highs Pts 24 Kennesaw State 1/2/12 FG 10 (2x) last: USC Upstate 2/25/12 FGA 18 Charleston Southern 12/21/11 3FG 5 Lipscomb 1/16/12 3FGA 7 (3x) last: Jacksonville 2/6/12 FT 6 Jacksonville 1/7/12 FTA 8 Jacksonville 1/7/12 Reb 11 Lipscomb 2/11/12 Ast 5 Lipscomb 2/11/12 TO 6 James Madison 12/30/11 Blk 1 FGCU 2/17/12 Stl 4 Bethune-Cookman 11/11/11

Perez’s Stetson Career Statistics Season GP-GS Min/Avg. FG-FGA FG% 3FG-3FGA 3FG% FT-FTA FT% Reb PF Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2011-12 29-28 903/31.1 148-325 .455 32-99 .323 64-102 .627 131 74 50 57 1 33 392 13.5

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Hunter Miller 10

Guard • Junior • 6-1 • 180 Nashville, Tennessee FGCU/CPA

2011-12 (Redshirt) Sat out as a NCAA Division I Transfer ... Earned Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic honors. 2010-11 (Sophomore) Saw action in 30 games, one as a starter for FGCU ... Averaged 11.1 minutes per game, scoring 2.2 points per outing ... Connected on 19-of-56 (.339) from the field, including 10-of-25 (.400) from three-point range ... Grabbed a total of 35 rebounds, averaging 1.2 per outing ... Had 34 assists and 10 steals ... Earned Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic honors. 2009-10 (Freshman) Played in all 29 games at FGCU, making seven straight starts to end the year … Averaged 3.6 points, 2.3 assists and 1.3 rebounds per game … Ranked second on the team with 67 assists and 28 steals … Played 16.6 minutes per game, highlighted by 13 games of 20-plus minutes … Passed out a team season-high 10 assists at Kennesaw State (1/30) … One of eight Atlantic Sun players to reach double-digit assists in a game … Produced eight games of four or more assists … Made 10 three-pointers … Led the team in assists 10 times … Had a season-high four steals twice and six games with multi-thefts … Played an average of 27.1 minutes over seven straight starts ... Earned Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic honors. High School A four-year starter and three-time captain at Christ Presbyterian Academy (CPA) … Finished his career with 2,092 points, establishing a new CPA career scoring record and is the only player in school history to eclipse the 2,000-point mark … Set new career school records for assists with 504, three-pointers made with 236 and free throws made with 438 … Averaged 16.4 points, 3.9 assists and 2.1 steals per game over his high school career while shooting 47 percent … Was named to the All-District and All-Region

teams three straight years during which he was also voted the District MVP, as well as the District Tournament MVP … Selected and competed in the Tennessee Athletic Coaches Association East / West All-Star game following his senior year … Led the state of Tennessee in three pointers with 102, also establishing the single-season record for CPA … Had his single-game career-high as a junior when he scored 46 points … Led CPA to a 31-4 record and the school’s first trip to the TSSAA 2A State Tournament in his junior season ... Scored 27 points in the Sectional game against Creekwood High to help his team advance … Broke the Tennessee state game scoring record for a freshman in a varsity game with 44 points against conference rival Ezell Harding. Personal Son of Frank and Kelli Miller ... His uncle (Mark Miller) played basketball at UCF ... His sister, Logan, played basketball at Sewanee … Majoring in Business Administration at Stetson.

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Guard • Sophomore • 6-3 • 185 Deltona, Florida DeLand High School

2011-12 (Freshman) Appeared in all 29 games and averaged 10.4 minutes per game … Made his only start against East Tennessee State (12/01) … Had a season high nine points against Florida (11/28) … Made 28 field goals and 15 three-point field goals … Went 8-11 from the free throw line … Was fourth on the team in three-point field goal attempts (52). High School Earned three letters for coach John Zeoli at DeLand HS ... Was a first team All-Area and All-Conference selection and was named to the All-State team three times ... Was named the Volusia County Player of the Year for the 2010-11 season ... Helped his AAU team to a runner-up finish at the 16U National Championship ... His prep team posted a 25-4 record during his senior year, losing in the regional championship game ... Was named to the high school honor roll for four years.

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Personal Is the son of Dennis Diaz, Sr., and Lisa Diaz ... Has two sisters, Desiree (22) and Denise (17), who both play basketball ... Chose to attend Stetson because of the “great learning environment” ... Majoring in Sport Management at Stetson.

Pts 9 Florida FG 3 (3x) last: Lipscomb FGA 7 Lipscomb 3FG 2 Kennesaw State 3FGA 4 (2x) last: Lipscomb FT 2 (3x) last: Savannah State FTA 4 Savannah State Reb 5 Saint Leo Ast 4 Saint Leo TO 4 Florida Blk 1 Saint Leo Stl 2 Mercer

11/28/11 2/11/12 2/11/12 1/30/12 2/11/12 1/23/12 1/23/12 11/19/11 11/19/11 11/28/11 11/19/11 1/28/12

Diaz’s Career Statistics Season GP-GS Min/Avg. FG-FGA FG% 3FG-3FGA 3FG% FT-FTA FT% Reb PF Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2011-12 29-1 302/10.4 28-76 .368 15-52 .288 8-11 .727 41 38 20 36 1 10 79 2.7

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Center • Sophomore • 7-0 • 245 Key Largo, Florida Oakland/Florida Christian HS

2011-12 (Redshirt Freshman) Appeared in 33 games for Oakland, starting 16 ... Averaged almost 10 minutes per game ... Averaged 1.5 points and 1.8 rebounds per game ... Had season-highs in points (9) and rebounds (6) in a game against South Dakota (12/01). 2010-11 (Redshirt) Sat out the season at Oakland University as a redshirt. High School Four-year letterwinner in basketball at Florida Christian (2010) and Coral Shores High School (2007-09) ... Named MVP in freshman, sophomore and junior seasons ... Was the MVP of of the Clearwater Christian College Tournament as a senior. He played his AAU ball for Gold Coast, Florida Ballers and Miami Shottas ... Also lettered in track for two seasons in hurdles, discus and the mile run. Personal Son of Andrew and Kim Sikora ... Dad played basketball for two seasons at Southern Connecticut State ... Has a younger brother, Wyatt ... Majoring in Finance at Stetson.

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Logan Irwin 4

Guard • Freshman • 5-10 • 170 South Whitley, Indiana Whitko High School

High School Starter at Whitko High School in Indiana … All time leading scorer in Whitko history … Averaged 25.1 points, 5.8 assists, and 4.9 rebounds per game his junior season … Led team to sectional championship as a freshman … Was named to Indiana Junior All-Star Honors … Scored 43 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in a game against Leo High School in his senior year … Named First Team All-State by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association … Finished senior season with 29.3 points, 7.3 rebounds, and 5.1 assists per game. Personal Full name is Logan Joseph Irwin ... Son of Rob Irwin and Krista Nicholson ... Has six siblings; Keaton (16), Parker (9), Ellie (5), Lucky (19), Kelsey (21), and Lauren (22) ... Majoring in Sport Management at Stetson.

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Guard • Freshman • 6-7 • 205 Clearwater, Florida Faith Baptist Christian School

High School Played his senior season at Brandon’s Faith Baptist Academy … Played at Oldsmar before that, where he averaged 10 points and six rebounds per game … Made the FABC All-State Team for Independents ... Named Second Team All-State in 2012 by Sourcehoops.com for Independents ... Named Second Team All-State by the Orlando Sentinel for Independents. Personal Son of William and Alena Pegg … Brother Adam is a senior on the basketball team at Stetson ... Is a Discovery major at Stetson.

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Tanner Plemmons 22

Guard • Freshman • 6-1 • 190 Franklin, North Carolina Rabun County High School

High School Played shooting guard at Rabun County (Ga.) HS … Named to three Georgia Athletic Coaches Association All-State Teams from 2009 to 2012 ... Played in Georgia’s North-South Senior All-State Game ... Finished as Georgia High School fourth all-time leadering scorer with 2,473 career points ... Holds the Georgia state record for most three-point field goals made in a career with 406 ... Averaged 23 points during his junior season while hitting 42 percent from three point range ... Averaged 19.1 points per game during his senior season ... Shot 40 percent from the field and 88 percent from the free throw line during his senior season ... Also a member of the track team … Named 2011 Wendy’s High School Heisman Winner for Georgia. Personal Full name is Tanner Ryan Plemmons ... Son of Doug and Cheryl Plemmons ... Has one sister; Megan (25) ... Is a Discovery major at Stetson.

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Leke Solanke 2

Forward • Freshman • 6-5 • 215 Abeokuta, Nigeria Marquette Catholic HS

High School Only one year at Marquette Catholic High School in Valparaiso, Indiana … Averaged 7.3 rebounds per game … Impressed recruiters with his athleticism and ability to learn quickly ... Has a measured vertical leap of 40 inches Personal Originally from Abeokuta, Nigeria … Did not start playing basketball until age of 12 ... Has an older brother, Olumide, who is a junior center at Detroit ... Majoring in Communication Studies at Stetson.

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Casey Alexander Head Coach Second Year Belmont, 1995

Coach Alexander Overall Record: 9-20 (6-12 A-Sun) Stetson Record: Same Prior Experience Belmont University Associate Head Coach (2002-11) Assistant Coach (1995-02) Player (1992-95) Education Bachelor’s: Belmont, 1995 Master’s: Austin Peay, 1996 Casey Alexander is entering his second season as head coach of the Stetson men’s basketball program in for 201213. He is the 20th head coach in the Hatters’ 103-year history. Last season Alexander led the Hatters to their best record since 2008-09, while the team narrowly missed out on the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament due to tie-breaker rules. Stetson’s 6-12 league mark was also the best since 08-09, when the Hatters went 9-11 and were the seven seed in the A-Sun Tournament. The 2011-12 Hatters improved their scoring output by 7.9 points, their shooting percentage by 14 percentage points, and three-point shooting by a staggering 46 percentage points from the previous season. Stetson also made improvements in free throw percentage (.620 to .695), assists per game (9.5 to 15), and rebounds (33.1 to 36.5). There were also individual accomplishments during Alexander’s first year at the helm. Junior center Adam Pegg

(Clearwater, Fla.) was named to the All-Atlantic Sun Conference First Team, the first to do so since Garfield Blair in 2009. Pegg led the Hatters with 14.9 points and 5.5 rebounds per game. Pegg (twice) and sophomore Chris Perez were also both named A-Sun Newcomer of the Week during the 2011-12 campaign. Alexander came to Stetson from then fellow A-Sun Conference member Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn., where he spent 16 years working under head coach Rick Byrd. He was an assistant coach for the first seven years before being elevated to associate head coach prior to the 2002-03 season. His responsibilities at Belmont included coaching, on and off campus recruiting, practice scheduling and planning, scouting, off-season player development, academic monitoring of players, coordinating and directing summer camps. While at Belmont, Alexander helped the Bruins to four Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament Championships, four

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S t ets on U nivers ity Coaching Staff NCAA Tournament appearances, one NIT appearance and a spot in the NAIA Final Four (1996). During his tenure, the Bruins produced two A-Sun Players of the Year, five CoSIDA Academic All-Americans and more than 86 A-Sun Academic All-Conference student athletes. Alexander had long been known as one of the top assistant coaches in college basketball. He was ranked by FoxSports. com senior college basketball writer Jeff Goodman as the No. 5 ‘Mid-Major Assistant Coach’ in the nation and was rated sixth in the same category by Jason Belzer of CollegeInsider.com. Prior to his coaching stint at Belmont, Alexander was a member of the Bruins’ basketball team. He had a standout fouryear career (1992-95), establishing himself among the top 10 in several of the school’s career statistical categories. As the team’s captain, he earned a spot on the All-Tennessee Collegiate Athletic Conference team in 1995 when Belmont posted a 37-2 overall record and an 18-0 TCAC mark. Belmont played to a record of 119-25 during Alexander’s career. For his contributions both as a player and coach, Alexander was inducted into the Belmont University Athletic Hall of Fame on October 7, 2005. Alexander, a 1995 Belmont graduate with a degree in physical education, earned his Master of Science degree in Sport Management from Austin Peay in 1996. He was born on June 8, 1972, in Chattanooga, Tenn., and raised in Nashville. He and his wife, Sunni, have three children: Allie, Reed and Mason.

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Casey Alexander’s Milestones Note First Career Win First Home Win First Road Win First A-Sun Win

Date Opponent Score Nov. 11, 2011 Bethune-Cookman 65-60 Nov. 11, 2011 Bethune-Cookman 65-60 Nov. 14, 2011 Florida A&M 78-60 Dec. 1, 2011 ETSU 73-65


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Roger Idstrom Associate Head Coach Second Year Mars Hill College, 1989 Roger Idstrom enters his second season on the Stetson University Men’s Basketball coaching staff for in 2012-13 after joining the Hatter staff in May of 2011. In July of 2012, Idstrom was promoted to Associate Head Coach. “Roger is an integral part of our basketball program, and this is a way to publically recognize his value,” Alexander said of Idstrom’s promotion. “He deserves this recognition because of his commitment to making this program excel in every area.” Idstrom, who works primarily with the perimeter players on the court, shares all of the recruiting, coaching, and scouting responsibilities with the rest of the staff. He works directly with Coach Alexander on scheduling and is the primary contact for all campus related items, including admissions and housing. Idstrom came to Stetson from Belmont, where he served on a staff with Coach Alexander. He was involved with scouting, recruiting, video exchange and oversaw travel for the Bruins. Under Idstrom’s leadership in the latter endeavor, Belmont men’s basketball was one of the nation’s highest-performing teams in the classroom with several Academic All-American players. Idstrom spent 11 years at Belmont and helped guide the Bruins to four Atlantic Sun Conference championships and NCAA Tournament appearances. A 1989 graduate of Mars Hill College, Idstrom spent time on staff at his alma mater as well as at UNC Asheville, Montreat, and Wabash Valley College before going to Gardner-Webb from 1998-2000. Gardner-Webb went 25-5 in 1999-00 and made the NCAA Division II tournament for the first time in school history. Idstrom serves on the Board of Coaches for Nations of Coaching and has worked as a Huddle Coach for the FCA. He and his wife Jennifer have twin sons, Dane and Logan.

Coach Idstrom Prior Experience Belmont University Assistant Coach (2000-11) Gardner-Webb University Assistant Coach (1998-2000) Wabash Valley College Assistant Coach (1996-98) Montreat College Assistant Coach (1992-96) UNC Asheville Assistant Coach (1991-92) Mars Hill College Assistant Coach (1989-90) Player (1986-87)

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Dwight Evans Assistant Coach Second Year Birmingham Southern, 1984 Dwight Evans enters his second season as an assistant coach for the Stetson men’s basketball team in 2012-13. He joined the Hatters men’s basketball coaching staff in May of 2011. With the Hatters, Evans’s primary responsibilities are coaching the post players on the court and overseeing all academic related items. He also contributes to the entire staff’s recruiting, coaching, and scouting efforts. Evans spent the 2010-11 season as associate head coach at South Carolina State, and is a 24-year veteran of the coaching ranks. His move to the Sunshine State will be nothing new for Evans, who spent one season at FIU and had two stints totaling eight years at UCF. While with the Knights, Evans helped lead UCF to three NCAA Tournament appearances in eight seasons. Over his career, Evans has coached multiple future NBA players, most recently UCF’s Conference USA Player of the Year Jermaine Taylor, who was the 32nd pick in the 2009 NBA Draft by the Washington Wizards. From 1999-2002 Evans was on staff at South Alabama, a time in which the Jaguars had two 20-win seasons, claimed a Sun Belt Conference title, and made an NIT appearance. A team captain and All-Conference/District performer at Birmingham-Southern College in 1983-84, Evans was on staff at his alma mater when the Panthers (35-2, 141-25 in five seasons) claimed the 1995 NAIA national championship. He was inducted into the B-SC Athletics Hall of Fame in 2002. Evans began his coaching career at Missouri from 1988-92 under Hall of Fame Head Coach Norm Stewart. The Tigers won two Big Eight tournament titles, one regular season crown, and three NCAA Tournament appearances, including Sweet 16 run in 1989. A native of Queens, NY, Evans graduated from Birmingham-Southern in 1984 with a degree in Business Administration.

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Coach Evans Prior Experience South Carolina State Associate Head Coach (2009-11) Florida International University Assistant Coach (2008-09) University of Central Florida Assistant Coach (1992-94, 2002-08) University of South Alabama Assistant Coach (1999-02) Birmingham Southern College Assistant Coach (1994-99) Player (1982-84) University of Missouri Assistant Coach (1988-92)


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Steve Drabyn Assistant Coach Second Year Belmont, 2004

Coach Drabyn Prior Experience Carmel High School (Ind.) Assistant Coach (2008-11) Lees McRae College Assistant Coach (2006-08) Sewanee - University of the South Assistant Coach (2005-06) Belmont University Player (2000-04) Steve Drabyn enters his second season as an assistant coach for the Stetson men’s basketball team in 2012-13. He joined the Hatters men’s basketball coaching staff in May of 2011. It marks Drabyn’s first NCAA Division I coaching assignment after a highly successful playing career at Belmont, and seven years of Division III and high school coaching experience. Drabyn oversees the strength and conditioning program for the Hatters men’s basketball players, and works directly with Head Coach Casey Alexander in all camp related activities. He also shares recruiting, coaching and scouting responsibilites with the entire staff. While at Belmont from 2000 to 2004, Drabyn scored 1,237 points, and led the NCAA in free throw percentage (78-82, .951) as a junior. An Atlantic Sun Conference Player of the Week and A-Sun All-Tournament Team honoree, Drabyn has also coached at Sewanee (University of the South), Lees-McRae, and Carmel (Ind.) High School.

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Adam Jones

Adam Deimling

Dir. of Operations

Athletic Trainer Third Year Central Michigan, 2007

Third Year Arkansas, 2010 Adam Jones begins his third year working with the Stetson men’s basketball program in 2012-13. It will be his first as the Director of Basketball Operations after serving two years as a graduate assistant manager for the Hatters. As Director of Operations, Jones oversees all of the men’s basketball managerial staff with practice and game responsibilities. He is in charge of all video exchange and assists the coaching staff with travel. Jones came to Stetson from the University of Arkansas where he served as a student manager for the Razorbacks basketball program under former coach John Pelphrey. Jones earned his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from Arkansas in 2010 and received his Master’s in Reading Education at Stetson in May of 2012.

A native of Hartland, Michigan, Adam Deimling is in his third year as an assistant athletic trainer at Stetson University. He works primarily with men’s basketball and men’s soccer. Deimling graduated from Central Michigan University in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training. While at CMU, Deimling worked with men’s basketball, volleyball, track & field, and softball. Deimling graduated from Auburn University in 2009 with a Master’s degree in Higher Education and a minor in Sports Management. While at AU, he worked with the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams. Deimling is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and the Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association.

Aidan Hadley

TeeJae Persad

Student Assistant First Year

Student Assistant Fourth Year

Aidan Hadley begins his first year working with the Stetson men’s basketball team as a student assistant. A freshman discovery major at Stetson, Hadley hails from Owl’s Head, Maine.

TeeJae Persad is in his fourth season as a student assistant for the Stetson men’s basketball team. A senior finance major at Stetson University, Persad is responsible for a multitude of duties with the Hatters, including helping with equipment and making sure all the little things are taken care of.

Hadley played basketball at Rockland High School in Maine for two years before moving to the Washington, D.C. area and playing his final two years of high school basketball at the Bullis School A native of Orlando, Florida, Persad played basketball while in Potomac, Maryland. attending Montverde Academy just west of Orlando. Persad continues to play the game as a member of the new men’s basketball club team at Stetson University.

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S t ets on U nivers ity 2012-13 Opponents

Miami

Florida A&M

Southeastern

Nov. 9 - Coral Gables, Fla.

Nov. 13 - Edmunds Center

Nov. 19 - Edmunds Center

Head Coach:..........................Jim Larranaga Overall Record:.........................490-347 (28) Miami Record:................................ 20-13 (1) 2011-12 Overall:................................ 20-13 2011-12 ACC:.......................................... 9-7 Media Relations:................... Amy Woodruff Phone:..................................(305) 284-3241 Email:................... a.woodruff@miami.edu Web:................... www.hurricanesports.com

Head Coach:.......................Clemon Johnson Overall Record:.............................. 38-97 (5) Florida A&M Record:...................... 10-23 (1) 2011-12 Overall:................................ 10-23 2011-12 MEAC:..................................... 6-10 Media Relations:..................Ronnie Johnson Phone:..................................(850) 599-3736 Email:...............ronnie.johnson@famu.edu Web:.......................www.famuathletics.com

Head Coach:.............................. R-Jay Barsh Overall Record:......................... First Season Southeastern Record:............... First Season 2011-12 Overall:................................ 19-14 2011-12 The Sun:.................................. 10-6 Media Relations:..........................Jeff Welsh Phone:..................................(863) 667-5213 Email:.............................. jwelsh@seu.edu Web:..................................www.seufire.com

USF

VCU

Bethune-Cookman

Nov. 26 - Edmunds Center

Nov. 28 - Richmond, Va.

Dec. 3 - Daytona Beach, Fla.

Head Coach:............................... Stan Heath Overall Record:.........................185-168 (11) USF Record:................................... 73-91 (5) 2011-12 Overall:................................ 22-14 2011-12 Big East:................................. 12-6 Media Relations:....................Ashley Walker Phone:..................................(813) 974-4087 Email:.................... ashleywalker@usf.edu Web:............................ www.gousfbulls.com

Head Coach:.............................Shaka Smart Overall Record:.............................. 84-28 (3) VCU Record:.........................................same 2011-12 Overall:.................................. 29-7 2011-12 CAA:....................................... 15-3 Media Relations:............................Scott Day Phone:..................................(804) 828-1727 Email:............................... sdday@vcu.edu Web:..........................www.vcuathletics.com

Head Coach:.......................... Gravelle Craig Overall Record:.............................. 18-17 (1) School Record:.....................................same 2011-12 Overall:................................ 18-17 2011-12 MEAC:..................................... 11-5 Media Relations:............................Dan Ryan Phone:..................................(386) 481-2206 Email:..................daytonadan@yahoo.com Web:..........................www.bcuathletics.com

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Florida Atlantic

Dec. 6 - Edmunds Center Dec. 18 - Boca Raton, Fla.

Head Coach:...............................Mike Jarvis Overall Record:............................... 371-274 FAU Record:................................... 53-72 (4) 2011-12 Overall:................................ 11-19 2011-12 Sun Belt:................................... 7-9 Media Relations:................... Justin Johnson Phone:..................................(561) 302-0461 Email:........................... jjohn218@fau.edu Web:............................. www.fausports.com

UCF

Dec. 21 - Orlando, Fla.

Head Coach:............................Donnie Jones Overall Record:.............................. 77-64 (5) UCF Record:................................... 22-23 (2) 2011-12 Overall:................................ 22-11 2011-12 C-USA:.................................... 10-6 Media Relations:.................... Doug Richards Phone:..................................(407) 823-2142 Email:.............drichards@athletics.ucf.edu Web:.......................... www.ucfathletics.com

Florida International

Richmond

Dec. 9 - Edmunds Center

Dec. 15 - Richmond, Va.

Head Coach:...........................Richard Pitino Overall Record:......................... First season FIU Record:..........................................same 2011-12 Overall:.................................. 8-21 2011-12 Sun Belt:................................. 5-11 Media Relations:.......................Paul Dodson Phone:..................................(305) 348-3164 Email:.............................pdodson@fiu.edu Web:...............................www.fiusports.com

Head Coach:...........................Chris Mooney Overall Record:...........................146-115 (8) Richmond Record:.......................128-103 (7) 2011-12 Overall:................................ 16-16 2011-12 A-10:........................................ 7-9 Media Relations:...................... Mark Kwolek Phone:..................................(804) 289-8320 Email:................. mkwolek@richmond.edu Web:................... www.rchmondspiders.com

Mercer

Kennesaw State

Dec. 31 - Macon, Ga. Mar. 2 - Edmunds Center

Jan. 2 - Kennesaw, Ga. Feb. 28 - Edmunds Center

Head Coach:............................ Bob Hoffman Overall Record:.........................387-215 (18) Mercer Record:.............................. 75-61 (4) 2011-12 Overall:................................ 27-11 2011-12 A-Sun:..................................... 13-5 Media Relations:.......................Andy Stabell Phone:..................................(478) 301-2735 Email:................... stabell_al@mercer.edu Web:.........................www.mercerbears.com

Head Coach:...........................Lewis Preston Overall Record:................................ 3-28 (1) Kennesaw State Record:......................same 2011-12 Overall:.................................. 3-28 2011-12 A-Sun:..................................... 0-18 Media Relations:.............................Al Barba Phone:..................................(770) 794-7837 Email:....................abarba@kennesaw.edu Web:................................www.ksuowls.com

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North Florida

Jacksonville

ETSU

Jan. 5 - Edmunds Center Feb. 2 - Jacksonville, Fla.

Jan. 7 - Edmunds Center Jan. 31 - Jacksonville, Fla.

Jan. 10 - Johnson City, Tenn. Feb. 9 - Edmunds Center

Head Coach:...................... Matthew Driscoll Overall Record:.............................70-130 (7) UNF Record:................................... 44-53 (3) 2011-12 Overall:................................ 16-16 2011-12 A-Sun:..................................... 10-8 Media Relations:..................... Brian Morgan Phone:..................................(904) 620-4027 Email:.......................... b.morgan@unf.edu Web:...........................www.unfospreys.com

Head Coach:............................. Cliff Warren Overall Record:...........................100-114 (7) Jacksonville Record:............................same 2011-12 Overall:.................................. 8-22 2011-12 Conf:....................................... 6-12 Media Relations:....................Brian DeLettre Phone:..................................(904) 256-7478 Email:.................................tdelett@ju.edu Web:............................www.judolphins.com

Head Coach:...........................Murry Bartow Overall Record:.........................282-196 (14) ETSU Record:.............................179-113 (10) 2011-12 Overall:................................ 17-14 2011-12 Conf:....................................... 10-8 Media Relations:.................... Michael White Phone:..................................(423) 439-4220 Email:............................whitem@etsu.edu Web:...............................www.etsubucs.com

USC Upstate

Jan. 12 - Spartanburg, S.C. Feb. 7 - Edmunds Center

Head Coach:............................. Eddie Payne Overall Record:.........................401-392 (27) Upstate Record:........................141-159 (10) 2011-12 Overall:................................ 21-13 2011-12 Conf:....................................... 13-5 Media Relations:.........................David Beall Phone:..................................(864) 503-5166 Email:....................dbeall@uscupstate.edu Web:...................www.upstatespartans.com

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Northern Kentucky

Lipscomb

FGCU

Jan. 17 - Edmunds Center Feb. 16 - Highland Heights, Ky.

Jan. 19 - Edmunds Center Feb. 14 - Nashville, Tenn.

Jan. 25 - Fort Myers, fla. Feb. 22 - Edmunds Center

Head Coach:............................ David Bezold Overall Record:.............................161-79 (8) NKU Record:........................................same 2011-12 Overall:.................................. 23-7 2011-12 GLVC:...................................... 13-5 Media Relations:.......................... Don Owen Phone:..................................(859) 572-5470 Email:.............................. owend@nku.edu Web:..............................www.nkunorse.com

Head Coach:........................Scott Sanderson Overall Record:.........................277-195 (16) Lipscomb Record:......................210-186 (13) 2011-12 Overall:................................ 13-18 2011-12 A-Sun:..................................... 8-10 Media Relations:..................... Jamie Gilliam Phone:..................................(615) 966-5166 Email:............jamie.gilliam@lipscomb.edu Web:.....................www.lipscombsports.com

Head Coach:.............................Andy Enfield Overall Record:.............................. 15-17 (1) FGCU Record:.......................................same 2011-12 Overall:................................ 15-17 2011-12 Conf:....................................... 8-10 Media Relations:...................Patrick Pierson Phone:..................................(239) 590-7061 Email:..........................ppierson@fgcu.edu Web:........................ www.fgcuathletics.com

A-Sun Tournament March 6-9 - Macon, Ga.

Commissioner:........................ Ted Gumbart Membership Services:............Sherri Booker Championships & Ops:..............Matt Wilson External Relations:..................... Tim Crosby Video Systems:........................ John Roberts Compliance:.............................. Mike Hagen Web Content:..........................Patrick McCoy Public Relations:...................Craig Threlkeld Business Services:..........................Pat Bush Phone:..................................(478) 474-3394 44 - - - - - - - - - - Opponents


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Schedule, Results, and Leaders 2011-12 Stetson Men's Basketball Stetson Season Schedule/Results & Leaders (as of Sep 20, 2012) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 9-20 6-12 3-8

Date 11/11/11

Opponent BETHUNE-COOKMAN

11/14/11 11/16/11 11/19/11

at Florida A&M at Florida State SAINT LEO

HOME 6-6 4-5 2-1

W

AWAY 3-12 2-7 1-5 Score 65-60

W

78-60 66-79 74-69 64-73 70-96 73-65

W

11/21/11 11/28/11 12/01/11

at Charleston Southern vs Florida *ETSU

W

12/04/11 12/17/11 12/21/11 12/29/11 12/30/11 01/02/12 01/04/12 01/07/12 01/09/12 01/14/12 01/16/12 01/20/12 01/23/12 01/28/12

at Indiana *USC UPSTATE CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at UCF vs James Madison *at Kennesaw State *at Mercer *JACKSONVILLE *NORTH FLORIDA *at Belmont *at Lipscomb *FGCU at Savannah State *MERCER

50-84 63-79 81-88 70-80 69-71 W 66-62 59-75 W 73-61 W 68-64 71-84 103-104 85-92 45-75 64-75

01/30/12 02/04/12

*KENNESAW STATE *at North Florida

W

02/06/12

*at Jacksonville

02/11/12 02/13/12 02/17/12

*LIPSCOMB *BELMONT *at FGCU

2/23/12 02/25/12

*at ETSU *at USC Upstate

* - Conference game

Attendance Summary

Home Away Neutral Total

W

Games

12 15 2 29

16348 46751 11073 74172

L L

Att. High Points 1241 (14)Adam Pegg (14)Chris Perez 1116 (15)Adam Pegg 6424 (14)Joel Naburgs 1051 (17)Adam Pegg 891 (17)Aaron Graham 5843 (20)Chris Perez 1046 (20)Aaron Graham

75-59 96-99

L

(13)Chris Perez (12)Chris Perez (23)Chris Perez (17)Adam Pegg (26)Aaron Graham (24)Chris Perez (20)Adam Pegg (19)Adam Pegg (17)Willie Green (20)Adam Pegg (28)Adam Pegg (24)Adam Pegg (12)Chris Perez (14)Chris Perez (14)Adam Pegg (14)Joel Naburgs 1589 (22)Chris Perez 1324 (24)Aaron Graham

63-74

L

1078 (22)Aaron Graham

Lot L

1542 (18)Adam Pegg 1975 (31)Adam Pegg 2352 (23)Adam Pegg

L L

3057 (12)Adam Pegg 603 (23)Chris Perez

91-99 93-106 86-80 56-72 72-90

Attend

L

NEUTRAL 0-2 0-0 0-2

L L L L Lot L

L Lot L L L

16821 625 1035 4894 5230 884 1750 1267 873 2130 1917 2175 1510 1929

High Rebounds (10)Aaron Graham (11)Joel Naburgs (8)Willie Green (8)Chris Perez (8)Adam Pegg (7)Joel Naburgs (8)Joel Naburgs (9)Joel Naburgs (9)Adam Pegg (8)Liam McInerney (5)Joel Naburgs (9)Joel Naburgs (5)Liam McInerney (10)Liam McInerney (9)Adam Pegg (6)Willie Green (7)Adam Pegg (10)Willie Green (7)Willie Green (14)Adam Pegg (10)Adam Pegg (7)Willie Green (6)Willie Green (12)Adam Pegg (6)Aaron Graham (6)Willie Green (7)Aaron Graham (7)Adam Pegg (7)Joel Naburgs (11)Chris Perez (7)Willie Green (5)Adam Pegg (5)Willie Green (5)Liam McInerney (9)Chris Perez (5)Chris Perez (5)Adam Pegg (5)Aaron Graham

Avg/Game

1362 3117 5536 2558

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Overall Statistics 2011-12 Stetson Men's Basketball Stetson Season Box Score (as of Sep 20, 2012) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

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41 23 11 12 03 24 22 02 01 33 21 04

Player

Adam Pegg Chris Perez Aaron Graham Joel Naburgs Willie Green Liam McInerney Tyshawn Patterson Amara Thompson Dennis Diaz J.R. Weston Jermol Paul Diego Morales Team Total.......... Opponents......

OVERALL 9-20 6-12 3-8

gp-gs

HOME 6-6 4-5 2-1

Total 3-Point min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

29-29 29-28 29-29 28-27 29-0 29-29 29-0 17-2 29-1 10-0 27-0 8-0

808 903 830 817 641 656 379 261 302 80 166 32

29 29

5875 5875

27.9 31.1 28.6 29.2 22.1 22.6 13.1 15.4 10.4 8.0 6.1 4.0

165-320 148-325 112-288 85-214 81-157 42-91 32-93 19-46 28-76 8-19 11-28 1-3

.516 .455 .389 .397 .516 .462 .344 .413 .368 .421 .393 .333

18-51 32-99 68-190 51-149 3-16 20-43 10-36 2-6 15-52 6-13 3-10 1-2

.353 .323 .358 .342 .188 .465 .278 .333 .288 .462 .300 .500

AWAY 3-12 2-7 1-5

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

85-117 64-102 77-99 36-47 47-72 20-30 26-36 15-31 8-11 2-5 16-20 0-0

.726 .627 .778 .766 .653 .667 .722 .484 .727 .400 .800 .000

off

59 55 23 26 50 47 9 10 13 3 11 0 35 732-1660 .441 229-667 .343 396-570 .695 341 844-1821 .463 202-560 .361 385-584 .659 371

NEUTRAL 0-2 0-0 0-2

Rebounds def tot avg

100 76 101 115 84 71 37 29 28 6 18 2 50 717 677

159 131 124 141 134 118 46 39 41 9 29 2 85 1058 1048

5.5 4.5 4.3 5.0 4.6 4.1 1.6 2.3 1.4 0.9 1.1 0.3

pf dq

84 74 82 50 46 83 37 26 38 11 25 4

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

a

42 50 73 74 38 41 44 37 20 5 5 5

to blk stl

68 57 79 60 41 41 52 49 36 4 18 3 6 36.5 560 16 434 514 36.1 493 - 453 399

11 1 6 2 39 14 3 3 1 1 2 0

16 33 39 25 10 23 21 8 10 0 3 0

pts

avg

433 392 369 257 212 124 100 55 79 24 41 3

14.9 13.5 12.7 9.2 7.3 4.3 3.4 3.2 2.7 2.4 1.5 0.4

83 188 2089 80 267 2275

72.0 78.4

Conference Statistics

Score by Periods Stetson Opponents

1st 962 1006

2nd 1085 1216

OT 42 53

Totals 2089 2275

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41 23 11 12 03 24 22 02 33 01 21 04

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Player

Adam Pegg Chris Perez Aaron Graham Joel Naburgs Willie Green Liam McInerney Tyshawn Patterson Amara Thompson J.R. Weston Dennis Diaz Jermol Paul Diego Morales Team Total.......... Opponents......

Score by Periods Stetson - - - - Opponents

OVERALL 6-12 6-12 0-0

gp-gs

Total 3-Point min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

18-18 18-17 18-18 18-17 18-0 18-18 18-0 13-1 3-0 18-1 16-0 3-0

505 565 541 544 412 395 222 190 16 173 74 13

18 18

3650 3650

1st 2nd 635 - - 690 637 762

HOME 4-5 4-5 0-0

28.1 31.4 30.1 30.2 22.9 21.9 12.3 14.6 5.3 9.6 4.6 4.3

115-218 97-201 75-190 52-129 51-98 28-51 25-67 12-27 2-4 14-42 5-17 1-2

11-33 23-65 46-130 30-90 1-10 15-28 5-24 2-4 2-4 9-33 1-5 1-2

.333 .354 .354 .333 .100 .536 .208 .500 .500 .273 .200 .500

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

49-68 42-64 56-73 29-35 39-54 6-10 15-20 10-23 1-2 2-3 8-10 0-0

Statistics

.721 .656 .767 .829 .722 .600 .750 .435 .500 .667 .800 .000

off

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

Rebounds def tot avg

47 61 108 31 54 85 11 51 62 12 69 81 36 56 92 25 38 63 8 22 30 8 22 30 0 2 2 6 12 18 9 8 17 0 0 0 18 31 49 477-1046 .456 146-428 .341 257-362 .710 211 426 637 532-1107 .481 120-346 .347 256-380 .674 217 413 630

OT Totals 32 1357 2011-12 41 1440

.528 .483 .395 .403 .520 .549 .373 .444 .500 .333 .294 .500

AWAY 2-7 2-7 0-0

6.0 4.7 3.4 4.5 5.1 3.5 1.7 2.3 0.7 1.0 1.1 0.0

pf dq

56 46 52 33 29 49 24 20 3 27 10 2

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

a

25 36 44 55 24 27 22 30 0 12 3 2

to blk stl

37 30 45 35 19 23 31 37 1 20 6 2 4 35.4 351 12 280 290 35.0 311 - 288 243

7 1 4 2 22 10 0 3 0 0 0 0

10 20 24 18 6 16 12 5 0 7 1 0

pts

avg

290 259 252 163 142 77 70 36 7 39 19 3

16.1 14.4 14.0 9.1 7.9 4.3 3.9 2.8 2.3 2.2 1.2 1.0

49 119 1357 42 140 1440

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Game-By-Game Statistics 2011-12 Stetson Men's Basketball Stetson Team Game-by-Game (as of Sep 20, 2012) All games TEAM STATISTICS

Opponent

BETHUNE-COOKMAN at Florida A&M at Florida State SAINT LEO at Charleston Southern vs Florida ETSU at Indiana USC UPSTATE CHARLESTON SOUTHER at UCF vs James Madison at Kennesaw State at Mercer JACKSONVILLE NORTH FLORIDA at Belmont at Lipscomb FGCU at Savannah State MERCER KENNESAW STATE at North Florida at Jacksonville LIPSCOMB BELMONT at FGCU at ETSU at USC Upstate Stetson Opponents

Games played: 29 Points/game: 72.0 FG Pct: 44.1 3FG Pct: 34.3 FT Pct: 69.5

Date

11/11/11 11/14/11 11/16/11 11/19/11 11/21/11 11/28/11 12/01/11 12/04/11 12/17/11 12/21/11 12/29/11 12/30/11 01/02/12 01/04/12 01/07/12 01/09/12 01/14/12 01/16/12 01/20/12 01/23/12 01/28/12 01/30/12 02/04/12 02/06/12 02/11/12 02/13/12 02/17/12 2/23/12 02/25/12

Total fg-fga

Score

65-60 78-60 66-79 74-69 64-73 70-96 73-65 50-84 63-79 81-88 70-80 69-71 66-62 59-75 73-61 68-64 71-84 103-104 85-92 45-75 64-75 75-59 96-99 63-74 91-99 93-106 86-80 56-72 72-90 2089 2275

W W L W L L W L L L L Lot W L W W L Lot L L L W L L Lot L W L L

23-42 26-55 25-67 24-53 22-51 24-58 25-54 17-53 23-50 30-68 24-64 23-52 24-51 21-56 24-44 26-55 24-54 34-74 29-73 17-51 20-51 27-68 36-68 21-54 30-63 37-71 27-48 23-58 26-54

732-1660 844-1821

3-Pointers pct 3fg-fga pct

.548 .473 .373 .453 .431 .414 .463 .321 .460 .441 .375 .442 .471 .375 .545 .473 .444 .459 .397 .333 .392 .397 .529 .389 .476 .521 .563 .397 .481

6-12 7-14 10-33 10-29 13-26 1-17 11-24 8-20 5-15 13-31 7-23 7-24 10-21 4-23 4-16 4-16 15-33 13-37 8-28 1-10 7-27 9-25 8-24 5-19 7-22 15-35 8-18 5-23 8-22

.441 229-667 .463 202-560

.500 .500 .303 .345 .500 .059 .458 .400 .333 .419 .304 .292 .476 .174 .250 .250 .455 .351 .286 .100 .259 .360 .333 .263 .318 .429 .444 .217 .364

Free throws ft-fta pct

13-24 19-21 6-9 16-19 7-15 21-29 12-23 8-13 12-17 8-13 15-18 16-24 8-14 13-18 21-30 12-18 8-11 22-30 19-26 10-23 17-19 12-16 16-19 16-22 24-32 4-9 24-31 5-9 12-18

.343 396-570 .361 385-584

.542 .905 .667 .842 .467 .724 .522 .615 .706 .615 .833 .667 .571 .722 .700 .667 .727 .733 .731 .435 .895 .750 .842 .727 .750 .444 .774 .556 .667 .695 .659

off

6 12 19 15 9 10 13 12 11 13 14 8 9 11 8 11 9 14 25 12 8 22 11 12 9 12 7 9 10

341 371

Rebounds def tot

30 42 15 26 25 27 32 24 20 26 19 35 28 18 25 22 17 32 18 22 21 27 15 28 27 17 25 27 27

36 54 34 41 34 37 45 36 31 39 33 43 37 29 33 33 26 46 43 34 29 49 26 40 36 29 32 36 37

avg

36.0 45.0 41.3 41.2 39.8 39.3 40.1 39.6 38.7 38.7 38.2 38.6 38.5 37.8 37.5 37.2 36.5 37.1 37.4 37.2 36.8 37.4 36.9 37.0 37.0 36.7 36.5 36.5 36.5

pf

23 25 14 13 21 19 20 14 20 22 23 17 15 22 22 13 18 25 20 18 22 14 22 14 31 16 13 22 22

a t/o blk stl

15 14 14 19 10 14 20 8 14 23 14 16 18 7 14 13 18 20 17 7 12 22 7 14 21 24 22 8 9

pts

avg

29 26 17 16 26 18 23 23 20 20 13 21 13 13 21 10 19 16 14 15 21 18 8 18 18 11 14 13 20

4 8 65 65.0 2 7 78 71.5 0 8 66 69.7 4 3 74 70.8 5 6 64 69.4 3 4 70 69.5 3 5 73 70.0 1 6 50 67.5 3 6 63 67.0 4 9 81 68.4 5 6 70 68.5 2 6 69 68.6 3 4 66 68.4 2 8 59 67.7 1 7 73 68.1 4 8 68 68.1 3 8 71 68.2 3 8 103 70.2 0 7 85 70.9 4 6 45 69.7 6 10 64 69.4 5 9 75 69.6 2 8 96 70.8 3 5 63 70.5 3 8 91 71.3 3 4 93 72.1 1 6 86 72.6 3 4 56 72.0 1 4 72 72.0

717 1058 36.5 560 434 514 677 1048 36.1 493 453 399

83 188 2089 72.0 80 267 2275 78.4

Rebounds/game: 36.5 Assists/game: 15.0 Turnovers/game: 17.7 Assist/turnover ratio: 0.8 Steals/game: 6.5 Blocks/game: 2.9

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Statistical Leaders 2011-12 Stetson Men's Basketball Stetson Category Leaders (as of Sep 20, 2012) All games Scoring Average Adam Pegg Chris Perez Aaron Graham Joel Naburgs Willie Green Liam McInerney Tyshawn Patterson Amara Thompson Dennis Diaz J.R. Weston Jermol Paul Diego Morales

G 29 29 29 28 29 29 29 17 29 10 27 8

Pts 433 392 369 257 212 124 100 55 79 24 41 3

Avg/G 14.9 13.5 12.7 9.2 7.3 4.3 3.4 3.2 2.7 2.4 1.5 0.4

Pct .516 .516 .462 .455 .421 .413 .397 .393 .389 .368 .344 .333

Field Goal Attempts Chris Perez Adam Pegg Aaron Graham Joel Naburgs Willie Green

G 29 29 29 28 29

Att 325 320 288 214 157

Att/G 11.2 11.0 9.9 7.6 5.4

Field Goals Made Adam Pegg Chris Perez Aaron Graham Joel Naburgs Willie Green

G 29 29 29 28 29

Att 2 43 13 190 51 149 6 99 10 52 36 16

Pct .500 .465 .462 .358 .353 .342 .333 .323 .300 .288 .278 .188

3-Point FG Attempts Aaron Graham Joel Naburgs Chris Perez Dennis Diaz Adam Pegg

G 29 28 29 29 29

3-Point FG Made Aaron Graham Joel Naburgs Chris Perez Liam McInerney Adam Pegg

G 29 28 29 29 29

Att 20 99 47 11 117 36 30 72 102 31 5

Pct .800 .778 .766 .727 .726 .722 .667 .653 .627 .484 .400

Free Throw Attempts Adam Pegg Chris Perez Aaron Graham Willie Green Joel Naburgs

G 29 29 29 29 28

Free Throws Made Adam Pegg Aaron Graham Chris Perez Willie Green Joel Naburgs

G 29 29 29 29 28

Points Adam Pegg Chris Perez Aaron Graham Joel Naburgs Willie Green Liam McInerney Tyshawn Patterson Dennis Diaz Amara Thompson Jermol Paul J.R. Weston Diego Morales

G 29 29 29 28 29 29 29 29 17 27 10 8

Pts 433 392 369 257 212 124 100 79 55 41 24 3

Pts/G 14.9 13.5 12.7 9.2 7.3 4.3 3.4 2.7 3.2 1.5 2.4 0.4

FG Percentage Willie Green Adam Pegg Liam McInerney Chris Perez J.R. Weston Amara Thompson Joel Naburgs Jermol Paul Aaron Graham Dennis Diaz Tyshawn Patterson Diego Morales

FG 81 165 42 148 8 19 85 11 112 28 32 1

Att 157 320 91 325 19 46 214 28 288 76 93 3

3-Point Percentage Diego Morales Liam McInerney J.R. Weston Aaron Graham Adam Pegg Joel Naburgs Amara Thompson Chris Perez Jermol Paul Dennis Diaz Tyshawn Patterson Willie Green

3FG 1 20 6 68 18 51 2 32 3 15 10 3

Free Throw Percent Jermol Paul Aaron Graham Joel Naburgs Dennis Diaz Adam Pegg Tyshawn Patterson Liam McInerney Willie Green Chris Perez Amara Thompson J.R. Weston

FG 16 77 36 8 85 26 20 47 64 15 2

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Made Made/G 165 5.7 148 5.1 112 3.9 85 3.0 81 2.8 Att 190 149 99 52 51

Att/G 6.6 5.3 3.4 1.8 1.8

Made Made/G 68 2.3 51 1.8 32 1.1 20 0.7 18 0.6 Att 117 102 99 72 47

Att/G 4.0 3.5 3.4 2.5 1.7

Made Made/G 85 2.9 77 2.7 64 2.2 47 1.6 36 1.3


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Team Highs 2011-12 Stetson Men's Basketball Stetson Team High/Low Analysis (as of Sep 20, 2012) All games Stetson - TEAM GAME HIGHS POINTS

FIELD GOALS MADE FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE FREE THROWS MADE FREE THROW ATTEMPTS FREE THROW PERCENTAGE REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKED SHOTS

TURNOVERS FOULS

103 96 93 91 86 37 36 74 73 .563 .548 15 15 37 35 .500 .500 .500 24 24 32 31 .905 .895 54 49 24 23 10 9 9 6 5 5 5 29 26 26 31 25 25

(27-48) (23-42)

(13-26) (7-14) (6-12)

(19-21) (17-19)

at Lipscomb (01/16/12) at North Florida (02/04/12) BELMONT (02/13/12) LIPSCOMB (02/11/12) at FGCU (02/17/12) BELMONT (02/13/12) at North Florida (02/04/12) at Lipscomb (01/16/12) FGCU (01/20/12) at FGCU (02/17/12) BETHUNE-COOKMAN (11/11/11) BELMONT (02/13/12) at Belmont (01/14/12) at Lipscomb (01/16/12) BELMONT (02/13/12) at Charleston Southern (11/21/11) at Florida A&M (11/14/11) BETHUNE-COOKMAN (11/11/11) at FGCU (02/17/12) LIPSCOMB (02/11/12) LIPSCOMB (02/11/12) at FGCU (02/17/12) at Florida A&M (11/14/11) MERCER (01/28/12) at Florida A&M (11/14/11) KENNESAW STATE (01/30/12) BELMONT (02/13/12) CHARLESTON SOUTHERN (12/21/11) MERCER (01/28/12) KENNESAW STATE (01/30/12) CHARLESTON SOUTHERN (12/21/11) MERCER (01/28/12) KENNESAW STATE (01/30/12) at UCF (12/29/11) at Charleston Southern (11/21/11) BETHUNE-COOKMAN (11/11/11) at Charleston Southern (11/21/11) at Florida A&M (11/14/11) LIPSCOMB (02/11/12) at Lipscomb (01/16/12) at Florida A&M (11/14/11)

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S t ets on U nivers ity 2011-12 A-Sun Review Atlantic Sun Conference Standings Team A-Sun Pct. Overall Pct. Belmont 16-2 .889 27-8 .771 Mercer 13-5 .722 27-11 .711 USC Upstate 13-5 .722 21-13 .618 ETSU 10-8 .556 17-14 .548 North Florida 10-8 .556 16-16 .500 FGCU 8-10 .444 15-17 .469 Lipscomb 8-10 .444 13-18 .419 Stetson 6-12 .333 9-20 .310 Jacksonville 6-12 .333 8-22 .267 Kennesaw State 0-18 .000 3-28 .097

Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament Quarterfinals - February 29, 2012 #1 Belmont def. #8 Jacksonville #2 Mercer def. #7 Lipscomb

76-62 61-53

Quarterfinals - March 1, 2012 #4 ETSU def. #5 North Florida #6 FGCU def. #3 USC Upstate

68-66 71-61

Semifinals - March 2, 2012 #1 Belmont def. #4 ETSU #6 FGCU def. #2 Mercer

69-61 62-58

Championship - March 3, 2012 #1 Belmont def. #6 FGCU All-Tournament Team Sherwood Brown Ian Clark Brett Comer Jakob Gollon Kerron Johnson * Adam Sollazzo * Most Valuable Player

All-Conference Teams First Team Torrey Craig Kerron Johnson Drew Hanlen Ian Clark Langston Hall Adam Sollazzo Second Team Parker Smith Adam Pegg Sherwood Brown Mick Hedgepeth Markeith Cummings All-Freshmen Ty Greene Bernard Thompson Delbert Love Brett Comer Malcolm Smith

So. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr.

F G G G G G

USC Upstate Belmont Belmont Belmont Mercer ETSU

Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

G C G F G

North Florida Stetson FGCU Belmont Kennesaw State

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

G G/F G F G

USC Upstate FGCU Kennesaw State FGCU Lipscomb

Player of the Year: Defensive Player of the Year: Freshman of the Year: Coach of the Year:

Torrey Craig USC Upstate Ian Clark Belmont Ty Greene USC Upstate Eddie Payne USC Upstate

Academic Honors 83-69 FGCU Belmont FGCU Mercer Belmont ETSU

Presidential Scholar J.R. Weston Conference Scholar J.R.Weston Liam McInerney All-Academic J.R. Weston Liam McInerney Adam Pegg Hunter Miller University Honor Roll Jermol Paul Chris Perez Team GPA 3.027

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S t ets on U nivers ity Individual career records SCORING Points 1826 Kerry Blackshear.....................1992-96 1691 E.J. Gordon...............................2002-06 1652 Randy Anderson ......................1985-89 1582 Garfield Blair...........................2005-09 1559 Ron Beal....................................1968-72 1548 Dalton Epting............................1958-62 1539 Joel Hancock.............................1958-62 1491 Frank Burnell.............................1979-83 1458 Bob Jenkins...............................1964-68 1414 Anthony Register......................2002-06 Scoring average (minimum 50 games) 24.9 Earnest Killum...........................1968-70 21.6 Gene Wells...............................1957-59 20.9 Mark Brisker.............................1990-92 19.4 Jason Alexander......................1994-96 19.3 Mel Daniels...............................1976-78 17.6 Kerry Blackshear.....................1992-96 16.7 Dirk Ewing.................................1978-80 16.5 Donell Grier..............................1991-93 15.4 E.J. Gordon...............................2002-06 15.3 Walt Kilcullen...........................1965-68 REBOUNDS 980 Ken Showers..............................1967-71 967 Randy Anderson.......................1985-89 932 Santos Hampton.......................1998-02 826 Dalton Epting............................1958-62 775 Bill Hester..................................1961-65 754 Sebastian Singletary...............1998-01 732 Bill Schneider............................1956-60 702 Ron Beal....................................1968-72 690 E.J. Gordon...............................2002-06 679 Mike Reddick............................1980-84 FIELD GOALS FG Made 671 Kerry Blackshear.....................1992-96 648 Randy Anderson.......................1985-89 608 Frank Burnell.............................1979-83 601 Ron Beal....................................1968-72 597 E.J. Gordon...............................2002-06 593 Joel Hancock.............................1958-62 562 Garfield Blair...........................2005-06 539 Earnest Killum...........................1968-70 536 Bill Hester..................................1961-65 533 Bob Jenkins...............................1964-68 FG Attempted 1469 E.J. Gordon...............................2002-06 1422 Kerry Blackshear.....................1992-96 1312 Randy Anderson ......................1985-89 1283 Joel Hancock.............................1958-62 1230 Frank Burnell ............................1979-83 1215 Ron Beal ...................................1968-72 1201 Garfield Blair ..........................2005-09 1183 Bill Hester .................................1961-65 1146 Bob Jenkins ..............................1964-68 1120 Anthony Register......................2002-06 FG Percentage (minimum 100 made) .609 Mel Daniels (368-604) ........................1976-78 .602 Jim Ramsey (201-334) ........................1979-81 .596 Clifford Johnson (143-240).................1979-81 .584 Pete Nordhorn (208-356)...................1972-76 .581 Kevin Tucker (233-401) .......................1977-79 .564 Derrall Dumas (394-699) ...................1988-91 .550 Jeff Warbritton (208-378) ................1996-98

122

Ehren Wallhoff.........................1991-95

3-FG Attempted 490 AJ Smith.....................................2006-10 473 Kerry Blackshear.....................1992-96 442 Derrick DeWitt.........................1999-04 422 Ravii Givens..............................1999-03 416 Kris Thomas...............................2005-09 412 Anthony Register......................2002-06 379 Mark Brisker ............................1990-92 370 Joel Naburgs................2009-present 342 Garrett Davis...........................1995-99 304 Ehren Wallhoff.........................1991-95 304 Kennith Johnson........................1995-99

Kerry Blackshear .546 Fred Ross (284-520)..............................1970-75 .546 LeRoy Wilson (233-427) ....................1972-74 .535 John Haslem (292-546) .......................1972-74 ASSISTS 526 517 507 454 390 369 348 323 276 274

Frank Ireland............................1987-91 Brad Weston.............................1978-82 Terry Johnson............................1985-89 Ravii Givens..............................1999-03 Buzzy O’Connell .....................1973-77 Rob Wilkes................................1989-93 Glenn Wilkes ...........................1976-80 Glynn Myrick............................1980-84 E.J. Gordon...............................2002-06 Derrick McDowell ...................1978-82

BLOCKED SHOTS 234 Lorenzo Williams.....................1989-91 168 Randy Anderson ......................1985-89 134 Derrall Dumas .........................1988-91 126 Mike Reddick............................1980-84 107 Chad Lambert..........................1994-98 87 Sebastian Singletary...............1998-01 81 Tim Lang....................................2006-09 55 Graeme Radford.....................2007-10 49 E.J. Gordon...............................2002-06 49 Ricky McConnell.......................1998-02 STEALS 235 172 156 152 150 149 135 133 129 127 127

E.J. Gordon...............................2002-06 Anthony Register......................2002-06 Alexis McMillan........................2001-03 Kerry Blackshear.....................1992-96 Ravii Givens .............................1999-03 Gabe McMillen........................2003-07 Kris Thomas ..............................2005-09 Sebastian Singletary...............1998-01 Kennith Johnson .......................1995-99 Frank Ireland ...........................1987-91 Randy Anderson.......................1985-89

3-POINT FIELD GOALS 3-FG Made 170 Kerry Blackshear.....................1992-96 167 AJ Smith.....................................2006-10 153 Derrick DeWitt.........................1999-04 143 Anthony Register......................2002-06 143 Garrett Davis...........................1995-99 136 Mark Brisker.............................1990-92 127 Kris Thomas...............................2005-09 126 Ravii Givens..............................1999-03 125 Joel Naburgs................2009-present

3-FG Percentage (minimum 50 made) .424 Alex Urosevic (56-132).......................1988-90 .420 Frank Ireland (100-238).....................1987-91 .419 Gary Coachman (62-148)................1982-87 .418 Garrett Davis (143-342)....................1995-99 .415 Maurice Cowan (78-188)...................1988-90 .401 Ehren Wallhoff (122-304).................1991-95 .388 Bjorn Gehrke (52-134)........................1987-89 .382 Jason Alexander (107-280)..............1994-96 .379 Terry Johnson (86-227)........................1985-89 .377 Gabe McMillen (58-154)...................2003-06 GAMES PLAYED 123 Kris Thomas...............................2005-09 123 Garfield Blair...........................2005-09 120 AJ Smith.....................................2006-10 117 Gabe McMillen........................2003-07 116 Frank Ireland............................1987-91 116 Terry Johnson............................1985-89 115 Eric Diaz....................................2005-09 115 Rob Wilkes................................1989-93 115 J.J. Hirst .....................................2004-08 112 Anthony Register......................2002-06 FREE THROWS FT Made 494 Dalton Epting............................1958-62 464 E.J. Gordon...............................2002-06 410 Derrell Boone............................1966-70 399 Garfield Blair...........................2005-09 392 Bob Jenkins...............................1964-68 371 Anthony Register......................2002-06 357 Ron Beal ...................................1968-72 353 Randy Anderson.......................1985-89 353 Joel Hancock.............................1958-62 314 Kerry Blackshear.....................1992-96 FT Attempted 668 Dalton Epting............................1958-62 653 E.J. Gordon...............................2002-06 582 Derrell Boone............................1966-70 547 Garfield Blair...........................2005-09 537 Bob Jenkins...............................1964-68 514 Randy Anderson.......................1985-89 497 Ron Beal ...................................1968-72 492 Santos Hampton.......................1998-02 475 Anthony Register......................2002-06 442 Kerry Blackshear.....................1992-96 FT Percentage (minimum 100 made) .866 Garrett Davis (291-336)......................1995-99 .862 Jason Alexander (243-282)................1994-96 .842 Joel Hancock (353-419).......................1958-62 .832 Jorge Fernandez (139-167)...............1981-85 .819 Ravii Givens (276-337).........................1999-03

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S t ets on U nivers ity Individual single-season records SCORING Points 741 Earnest Killum ...........................................1969-70 633 Mark Brisker .............................................1991-92 630 Earnest Killum.............................................1968-69 622 Gene Wells ...............................................1958-59 603 Mark Brisker...............................................1990-91 596 Maurice Cowan.........................................1989-90 556 Frank Burnell .............................................1982-83 554 Joel Hancock ............................................1961-62 552 Kerry Blackshear .....................................1994-95 550 Dalton Epting ............................................1961-62 Scoring average (minimum 15 games) 25.6 Earnest Killum ...........................................1969-70 24.2 Earnest Killum.............................................1968-69 22.6 Mark Brisker...............................................1991-92 22.2 Gene Wells ...............................................1958-59 21.0 Gene Wells ...............................................1957-58 20.4 Kerry Blackshear .....................................1994-95 20.2 Bill Hester ...................................................1964-65 19.9 Jason Alexander .....................................1995-96 19.9 Frank Burnell .............................................1982-83 19.9 Mel Daniels ...............................................1976-77 REBOUNDS 360 Ralph Miller................................................1958-59 351 Ken Showers...............................................1970-71 327 Dalton Epting.............................................1960-61 312 Lorenzo Williams......................................1990-91 311 Randy Anderson.......................................1986-87 302 Ken Showers .............................................1968-69 300 Lamar Deaver...........................................1962-63 298 Mac Stones.................................................1955-56 285 Mel Daniels.................................................1976-77 282 Bill Schneider.............................................1959-60 282 Mac Stones.................................................1956-57 FIELD GOALS FG Made 296 Earnest Killum ...........................................1969-70 279 Gene Wells................................................1958-59 243 Earnest Killum.............................................1968-69 229 Gene Wells ...............................................1957-58 220 Dirk Ewing...................................................1978-79 219 Maurice Cowan .......................................1989-90 217 Mark Brisker...............................................1991-92 210 Frank Burnell .............................................1982-83 209 Joel Hancock ............................................1961-62 204 Kerry Blackshear......................................1994-95 FG Attempted 597 Gene Wells................................................1958-59 584 Earnest Killum.............................................1969-70 500 Mark Brisker...............................................1991-92 493 Earnest Killum.............................................1968-69 472 Joel Hancock..............................................1961-62 465 Gene Wells ...............................................1957-58 447 Mark Brisker...............................................1990-91 437 Maurice Cowan.........................................1989-90 432 Garfield Blair............................................2008-09 430 E.J. Gordon ................................................2002-04 FG Percentage (minimum 70 made) .648 Clifford Johnson (92-142)....................1979-80 .634 Mel Daniels (180-284)..........................1977-78 .627 Kevin Tucker (136-217).........................1978-79 .624 Pete Nordhorn (146-234)....................1975-76 .619 Jim Ramsey (125-202)..........................1980-81 .595 Derrall Dumas (116-195).....................1988-89

.592 .592 .588 .588

Gary Coachman (77-130) .................1984-85 Derrall Dumas (174-294).....................1989-90 Leroy Wilson (110-187).......................1973-74 Mel Daniels (188-320)..........................1976-77

ASSISTS 179 Terry Johnson.............................................1986-87 173 Ravii Givens................................................2000-01 171 Frank Ireland..............................................1989-90 162 Buzzy O’Connell.......................................1976-77 145 Brad Weston..............................................1981-82 142 Buzzy O’Connell.......................................1975-76 139 Jason Alexander......................................1994-95 138 Richard Layer............................................1956-57 137 Frank Ireland ............................................1988-89 135 Terry Johnson.............................................1987-88 135 Glynn Myrick.............................................1983-84 BLOCKED SHOTS 121 Lorenzo Williams ....................................1989-90 113 Lorenzo Williams......................................1990-91 72 Mike Reddick.............................................1981-82 55 Randy Anderson.......................................1985-86 54 Mike Reddick.............................................1982-83 53 Derrall Dumas............................................1988-89 43 Derrall Dumas............................................1989-90 43 Randy Anderson.......................................1986-87 39 Randy Anderson.......................................1988-89 39 Willie Green......................................2011-12 39 Chad Lambert...........................................1995-96 STEALS 87 Alexis McMillan.........................................2002-03 69 Alexis McMillan.........................................2001-02 66 E.J. Gordon.................................................2003-04 64 Anthony Register.......................................2005-06 61 E.J. Gordon.................................................2005-06 60 Gabe McMillen........................................2006-07 58 Jason Alexander......................................1995-96 56 Corey Walden..........................................2010-11 55 EJ Gordon...................................................2002-03 55 Sebastian Singletary..............................1998-99 3-POINT FIELD GOALS 3-FG Made 70 Mark Brisker .............................................1990-91 68 Aaron Graham.................................2011-12 66 Mark Brisker...............................................1991-92 64 Jason Alexander......................................1995-96 62 Gary Coachman......................................1986-87 61 Derrick DeWitt..........................................1999-00 61 Maurice Cowan.........................................1989-90 57 A.J. Smith.....................................................2008-09 54 Terry Johnson.............................................1987-88 53 Mark Lohuis................................................2007-08 3-FG Attempted 194 Mark Brisker...............................................1991-92 190 Aaron Graham.................................2011-12 185 Mark Brisker...............................................1990-91 168 A.J. Smith.....................................................2008-09 166 Jason Alexander......................................1995-96 166 Derrick DeWitt ........................................1999-00 149 Joel Naburgs....................................2011-12 148 Gary Coachman......................................1986-87 148 AJ Smith.......................................................2009-10 147 Mark Lohuis ...............................................2007-08 3-FG Percentage (minimum 25 made) .467 Gabe McMillen (42-90)........................2005-06

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.458 .455 .453 .443 .435 .433 .426 .419 .418

Ehren Wallhoff (38-83).........................1993-94 Maurice Cowan (61-134).....................1989-90 Garrett Davis (43-95) ..........................1998-99 Terry Johnson (54-122) ........................1987-88 Kennith Johnson (37-85)........................1996-97 Frank Ireland (29-67).............................1988-89 Rob Wilkes (40-94)................................1992-93 Gary Coachman (62-148)..................1986-87 Garrett Davis (41-98)............................1996-97

GAMES PLAYED 32 17 Tied GAMES STARTED 32 Anthony Register .....................................2005-06 31 Maurice Cowan.........................................1989-90 31 Lorenzo Williams......................................1989-90 31 Lorenzo Williams......................................1990-91 31 Garfield Blair............................................2006-07 31 Gabe McMillen........................................2006-07 31 Kris Thomas.................................................2006-07 31 Garfield Blair............................................2007-08 31 A.J. Smith.....................................................2007-08 FREE THROWS FT Made 202 Dalton Epting.............................................1961-62 161 Garfield Blair............................................2007-08 160 Mel Daniels.................................................1976-77 150 Dalton Epting ............................................1960-61 150 Donell Grier...............................................1992-93 149 Earnest Killum.............................................1969-70 148 Mel Daniels.................................................1977-78 145 Derrell Boone ...........................................1969-70 145 Bob Jenkins.................................................1966-67 144 Earnest Killum ...........................................1968-69 FT Attempted 272 Dalton Epting ............................................1961-62 214 Lamar Deaver ..........................................1962-63 214 Garfield Blair ...........................................2007-08 212 Donell Grier...............................................1992-93 211 Mel Daniels.................................................1977-78 202 Mel Daniels.................................................1976-77 198 Bob Jenkins.................................................1966-67 197 Dalton Epting.............................................1960-61 197 Bob Mack....................................................1970-71 193 Dave Stowers.............................................1975-76 FT Percentage (minimum 60 made) .888 Garrett Davis (87-98)............................1997-98 .884 Jorge Fernandez (61-69) ....................1984-85 .883 Buzzy O’Connell (68-77)......................1975-76 .879 Jason Alexander (123-140)................1995-96 .877 Joel Hancock (136-155) ......................1961-62 .868 Garrett Davis (79-91) ..........................1998-99 .865 Garrett Davis (90-104).........................1996-97 .849 Bill Hester (135-159)..............................1964-65 .847 Bill Clark (127-150) ..............................1964-65 .845 Jason Alexander (120-142)................1994-95


S t ets on U nivers ity Team Single-Season Records POINTS 2594.........................................................................1969-70 2578.........................................................................1989-90 2307.........................................................................1978-79 2288.........................................................................1968-69 2286.........................................................................1990-91 SCORING AVERAGE 89.4...........................................................................1969-70 88.0...........................................................................1968-69 86.8...........................................................................1956-57 85.4...........................................................................1978-79 82.2...........................................................................1957-58 FIELD GOALS FG Made 977............................................................................1969-70 972............................................................................1989-90 924............................................................................1978-79 863............................................................................1988-89 860............................................................................1968-69 FG Attempted 2052.........................................................................1969-70 2017.........................................................................1958-59 1997.........................................................................1989-90 1928.........................................................................1959-60 1872.........................................................................1986-87 FG Percentage .518...........................................................................1977-78 .515...........................................................................1982-83 .511...........................................................................1978-79 .511...........................................................................1973-74 .510...........................................................................1975-76 REBOUNDS 1342.........................................................................1969-70 1329.........................................................................1956-57 1297.........................................................................1970-71 1284.........................................................................1958-59 1242.........................................................................1959-60 ASSISTS 505............................................................................1979-80 505............................................................................1989-90 464............................................................................1978-79 459............................................................................1988-89 453............................................................................1976-77 3-POINT FIELD GOALS 3-FG Made 235............................................................................2008-09 229............................................................................2011-12 210............................................................................1991-92 200............................................................................2007-08 195............................................................................2006-07

.371...........................................................................1995-96 BLOCKED SHOTS 176............................................................................1989-90 171............................................................................1990-91 113............................................................................1988-89 110............................................................................1985-86 108............................................................................1981-82 STEALS 282............................................................................2002-03 277............................................................................2005-06 262............................................................................2003-04 259............................................................................2001-02 239............................................................................2006-07 FREE THROWS FT Made 640............................................................................1969-70 618............................................................................1956-57 590............................................................................1959-60 579............................................................................1970-71 575............................................................................1966-67

Ernest Killum

FT Attempted 943............................................................................1956-57 898............................................................................1969-70 837............................................................................1970-71 820 ...........................................................................1959-60 817............................................................................1968-69 FT Percentage .756...........................................................................1983-84 .748...........................................................................1995-96 .747...........................................................................1964-65 .747...........................................................................2002-03 .745...........................................................................1966-67 MISCELLANEOUS Games 32...............................................................................1989-90 32...............................................................................2005-06 32...............................................................................2007-08 31...............................................................................1990-91 31...............................................................................2006-07 31...............................................................................2010-11 Wins 22...............................................................................1974-75 22...............................................................................1969-70

Ken Showers

Consecutive Wins 19...............................................................................1931-32 15 (modern)...........................................................1969-70

3-FG Attempted 762............................................................................2008-09 667............................................................................2011-12 619............................................................................1991-92 615............................................................................2007-08 585............................................................................2006-07 3-FG Percentage .404...........................................................................1989-90 .401...........................................................................1988-89 .386...........................................................................1987-88 .380...........................................................................1992-93

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S t ets on U nivers ity Team and Individual single Game Records Team Single Game Records Points........................................................................................................................................................................... 143 vs. St. Leo (11-30-91) Points in a Half............................................................................................................................................................ 73 vs. St. Leo (11-30-91) Field Goals Made......................................................................................................................... 51, three times, last vs. St. Leo (11-30-91) Field Goal Attempts................................................................................................................................. 103 vs. Georgia Southern (2-2-55) Field Goal Percentage.............................................................................................................. 71.1 (32-45) vs. Hardin-Simmons (1-19-89) 3-Point Field Goals Made..............................................................................................................................................18 vs. Iona (12-30-91) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts.................................................................................................................. 41 vs. Florida Gulf Coast (1-25-11) 3-Point Field Goal Percentage..................................................................................................100.0 (6-6) vs. Georgia Southern (3-6-90) Free Throws Made....................................................................................................................................... 52 vs. Georgia Teachers (3-2-57) Free Throw Attempts .................................................................................................................................. 68 vs. Georgia Teachers (3-2-57) Free Throw Percentage........................................................................................................................ 100.0 (17-17) vs. Biscayne (1-30-76) ..................................................................................................................................................................... 100.0 (6-6) vs. Florida (11/27/07) Rebounds...................................................................................................................................................................78 vs. Hartwick (12-21-67) Assists.................................................................................................................................30, twice, last vs. Southeastern Louisiana (3-3-94) Steals.........................................................................................................................................................................19 vs. Anderson (12-29-98) Blocked Shots.............................................................................................................................................................. 11 vs. Samford (2-28-91) Largest Win Margin ......................................................................................................................................68 (85-17) vs. Tampa (1-26-42) Largest Loss Margin............................................................................................................................ 54 (101-47) at Texas Tech (12-22-01) Largest Home Win..........................................................................................................................................68 (85-17) vs. Tampa (1-26-42) Largest Road Win............................................................................................................................ 43 (106-63) vs. Georgia State (3-7-89) Largest Home Loss...................................................................................................................36 (103-67) vs. Georgia Southern (1-30-92) Largest Road Loss............................................................................................................................... 54 (101-47) at Texas Tech (12-22-01) Fewest Points (modern day)................................................................................................... 38 vs. Texas (11-14-08) vs. FSU (11/18/09) Fewest Points, Half (modern day)................................................................................................................. 10 vs. Florida State (11-18-09) Most Points Allowed......................................................................................................................................... 126 vs. Oral Roberts (2-17-79) Most Points Allowed, Half....................................................................................................................................... 66 at Troy State (2-27-03) Fewest Point Allowed .................................................................................................................................................4 vs. St. Pete JC (3-6-46) Fewest Points Allowed (modern day) ................................................................................................. 36 vs. Johnson & Wales (11-24-08) Fewest Points Allowed, Half.......................................................................................................................................2 vs. St. Pete JC (3-6-46) Fewest Points Allowed, Half (modern day).............................................................................................................. 13 vs. Samford (2-3-94)

Individual Single Game Records Points................................................................................................................................. 48 by Mel Daniels vs. UNC Wilmington (2-19-77) Field Goals Made......................................................................................................................... 20 by Bob Jenkins vs. Frederick (2-17-66) Field Goals Attempted............................................................................................... 36 by Earnest Killum vs. Georgia Southern (3-7-70) Field Goal Pct................................................................................................................... 92.3 (12-13) by Chad Lambert vs. FIU (1-25-96) Consecutive FG Made...................................................................................................................... 16 by Jim Ramsey vs. Mercer (2-12-81) ...........................................................................................................................................................16 by Jim Ramsey vs. Samford (2-14-81) .................................................................................................................................................... 16 by Jim Ramsey vs. Jacksonville (2-17-81) 3-Point FG Made .......................................................................................................................... 8 by Alex Urosevic vs. Eckerd (11-29-89) 3-Point FG Attempted...............................................................................................................12 by Aaron Graham vs. Belmont (2-13-12) ............................................................................................................................................................12 by Joel Naburgs vs. FGCU (1-25-11) ......................................................................................................................................................... 12 by Mark Brisker vs. St. Leo (11-30-91) .................................................................................................................................................................. 12 by A.J. Smith vs. Belmont (2-2-09) ..................................................................................................................................... 12 by Mark Brisker vs. Bethune-Cookman (11-25-91) 3-Point FG Pct.................................................................................................. 100.0 (6-6) by Jason Alexander vs. Fla. Atlantic (1-27-96) Free Throws Made................................................................................................................ 21 by Barry Faith vs. Chicago State (2-28-72) ....................................................................................................................................................21 by Jason Alexander vs. Mercer (2-11-95) Free Throws Attempted .........................................................................................................23 by Jason Alexander vs. Mercer (2-11-95) Free Throw Pct................................................................................................................... 1.000 (18-18) by Bill Hester vs Miami (2-14-65) Consecutive FT Made ............................................................................................................... 21 by Barry Faith vs. Chicago St. (2-28-72) Rebounds ....................................................................................................................................... 25 by Ralph Miller vs. Pikeville (12-9-57) Assists .................................................................................................................. 15 by Brad Weston vs. Southwestern Louisiana (1-18-82) Steals ................................................................................................................... 8, twice by Alexis McMillan, last vs. Campbell (1-25-03) Blocked Shots.............................................................................................8, three times by Lorenzo Williams, last vs. Samford (1-31-91)

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S t ets on U nivers ity Season-by-season leaders Year Scoring..........................Points-Avg. 2012 Adam Pegg....................433-14.9 2011 Ridge Graham..............390-12.6 2010 AJ Smith..........................416-14.9 2009 Garfield Blair................518-17.3 2008 Garfield Blair................499-16.1 2007 Garfield Blair................408-13.2 2006 E.J. Gordon....................465-15.5 2005 Anthony Register...........434-16.1 2004 E.J. Gordon....................454-16.8 2003 E.J. Gordon....................383-14.7 2002 Ravii Givens...................337-13.0 2001 Sebastian Singletary...418-14.4 2000 Sebastian Singletary...428-15.3 1999 Garrett Davis................446-16.5 1998 Jeff Warbritton.............372-14.3 1997 Garrett Davis................343-12.7 1996 Jason Alexander...........537-19.9 1995 Kerry Blackshear..........552-20.4 1994 Kerry Blackshear..........390-17.0 1993 Donell Grier...................504-18.7 1992 Mark Brisker..................633-22.6 1991 Mark Brisker..................603-19.5 1990 Maurice Cowan.............596-18.6 1989 Randy Anderson............419-15.5 1988 Randy Anderson............376-15.7 1987 Randy Anderson............490-15.8 1986 Charles Stevenson........381-13.6 1985 Jorge Fernandez..........381-14.1 1984 Glynn Myrick.................412-14.7 1983 Frank Burnell..................556-19.9 1982 Frank Burnell..................483-18.6 1981 Wilbur Montgomery....459-17.0 1980 Dirk Ewing......................394-14.6 1979 Dirk Ewing......................510-18.9 1978 Mel Daniels....................508-18.8 1977 Mel Daniels....................536-19.9 1976 Dave Stowers................494-19.0 1975 Otis Johnson...................413-15.9 1974 John Haslem...................420-16.2 1973 Bill Williams...................381-15.2 1972 Ron Beal.........................454-18.2 1971 Ron Beal.........................484-17.3 1970 Earnest Killum................741-25.6 1969 Earnest Killum................630-24.2 1968 Derrell Boone................336-14.0 1967 Bob Jenkins....................487-18.0 1966 Bob Jenkins....................385-16.0 1965 Bill Hester.......................485-20.2 1964 Bill Hester.......................402-16.1 1963 Lamar Deaver...............511-18.3 1962 Joel Hancock.................554-19.8 1961 D. Epting/J. Hancock....504-18.7 1960 Bill Schneider.................432-14.9 1959 Gene Wells....................622-22.2 1958 Gene Wells....................524-21.0 1957 Dave Howard................369-14.8

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Garfield Blair Year Rebounding.................... Reb.-Avg. 2012 Adam Pegg...................... 159-5.5 2011 Ridge Graham................ 187-6.0 2010 Ridge Graham................ 175-6.0 2009 Garfield Blair.................. 232-7.7 2008 Garfield Blair.................. 178-5.7 2007 Garfield Blair.................. 178-5.7 2006 E.J. Gordon...................... 194-6.5 2005 E.J. Gordon...................... 186-6.9 2004 E.J. Gordon...................... 192-7.1 2003 Josef McNeal ................. 126-4.8 2002 Santos Hampton ............ 201-7.7 2001 Hampton/Singletary...... 268-9.2 2000 Sebastian Singletary..... 260-9.3 1999 Sebastian Singletary .... 226-8.4 1998 Jeff Warbritton ............. 231-8.9 1997 Fred Entenman................ 173-6.4 1996 Kerry Blackshear............ 191-7.1 1995 Kerry Blackshear............ 184-6.8 1994 Ehren Wallhoff................ 143-4.9 1993 Donell Grier..................... 173-6.4 1992 Donell Grier..................... 227-8.1 1991 Lorenzo Williams..........312-10.1 1990 Lorenzo Williams............ 269-8.4 1989 Randy Anderson.............. 225-8.3 1988 Randy Anderson.............. 189-7.9 1987 Randy Anderson............311-10.0 1986 Randy Anderson.............. 242-9.0 1985 Rodney Williams............. 152-5.4 1984 Mike Reddick................... 237-8.5 1983 Gary Mims....................... 189-6.8 1982 Mike Reddick................... 211-7.8 1981 Wilbur Montgomery...... 226-8.4 1980 Wilbur Montgomery...... 200-7.4 1979 Greg Guye...................... 213-7.9 1978 Mel Daniels...................... 244-9.0 1977 Mel Daniels....................285-10.6

Pete Nordhorn................. 191-7.3 Otis Johnson..................... 233-9.0 John Haslem..................... 213-8.2 Bill Williams..................... 244-9.8 Ron Beal .......................... 142-5.7 Ken Showers..................351-13.5 Derrell Boone.................. 225-7.8 Ken Showers..................302-11.6 Chris Ralston.................... 207-8.0 Chris Ralston.................... 211-7.8 Ron Moore........................ 215-8.6 Ron Moore........................ 250-9.6 Bill Hester.......................263-10.5 Lamar Deaver...............300-10.7 Lamar Deaver................. 242-8.6 Dalton Epting.................327-12.1 Bill Schneider................... 282-9.7 Ralph Miller...................360-12.9 Ralph Miller...................248-10.3 Mac Stones....................282-11.3

Year Assists............................... Ast.-Avg. 2012 Joel Naburgs......................74-2.6 2011 Corey Walden...................78-3.3 2010 Brandon Williams..............78-2.7 2009 A.J. Smith.......................... 110-3.8 2008 A.J. Smith.............................80-2.5 2007 Gabe McMillen..................99-3.2 2006 E.J. Gordon.........................92-3.1 2005 Will Holloman....................75-2.9 2004 E.J. Gordon.........................83-3.1 2003 Ravii Givens .......................73-2.9 2002 Ravii Givens........................98-3.8 2001 Ravii Givens..................... 173-6.0 2000 Ravii Givens..................... 110-4.4 1999 Mario Haynes.................. 102-4.1 1998 Mario Haynes ...................83-3.2

Mel Daniels

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Lorenzo Williams 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976

Kennith Johnson..................90-3.3 Jason Alexander............. 119-4.4 Jason Alexander............. 139-5.6 Tremayne Thomas .............90-3.1 Rob Wilkes....................... 111-4.1 Rob Wilkes....................... 116-4.1 Frank Ireland................... 126-4.2 Frank Ireland .................. 171-5.7 Frank Ireland................... 137-4.7 Terry Johnson................... 135-4.8 Terry Johnson................... 179-5.8 Terry Johnson................... 115-4.1 Robert Rowe.......................87-3.3 Glynn Myrick................... 135-4.8 Glynn Myrick......................95-3.4 Brad Weston.................... 145-5.4 Brad Weston.................... 133-4.9 Brad Weston.................... 129-4.8 Brad Weston.................... 110-4.1 Glenn Wilkes Jr.............. 122-4.7 Buzzy O’Connell............. 162-6.0 Buzzy O’Connell............. 142-5.5

Sebastian Singletary........55-2.0 Kennith Johnson..................30-1.2 Kennith Johnson..................39-1.2 Jason Alexander................58-2.1 Jason Alexander................46-1.8 Kerry Blackshear...............36-1.6 Bryant Conner....................34-1.3 Bryant Conner....................38-1.7 Frank Ireland......................38-1.3 Frank Ireland......................44-1.5 Frank Ireland......................31-1.1 Terry Johnson......................29-1.0

Year Blocks................................Blk.-Avg. 2012 Willie Green......................39-1.3 2011 Graeme Radford...............22-0.7 2010 Graeme Radford...............24-0.9 2009 Tim Lang..............................35-1.2 2008 Tim Lang..............................16-0.5 2007 Tim Lang..............................30-1.0 2006 Chief Kickingstallionsims...22-0.7 2005 Borislav Djordjic.................12-0.5 2004 Borislav Djordjic.................16-0.6 2003 Alexis McMillan..................22-1.0 2002 Alexis McMillan..................22-0.8 2001 Sebastian Singletary........28-1.0 2000 Sebastian Singletary........26-1.0 1999 Sebastian Singletary........33-1.2 1998 Chad Lambert....................26-1.0 1997 Chad Lambert....................21-0.8 1996 Chad Lambert....................39-1.4 1995 Milton Turner.......................23-0.9 1994 Travis Garrett.....................33-1.4 1993 Donell Grier ......................23-0.9 1992 Donell Grier........................22-0.8 1991 Lorenzo Williams............ 113-3.6 1990 Lorenzo Williams............ 121-3.8 1989 Derrall Dumas....................53-2.0 1988 Randy Anderson.................31-1.3 * Led the nation

Year Steals................................ Stl.-Avg. 2012 Aaron Graham...................39-1.3 2011 Corey Walden...................56-2.3 2010 Ridge Graham...................39-1.3 2009 Kris Thomas.........................37-1.3 2008 Kris Thomas.........................44-1.4 2007 Gabe McMillen..................60-1.9 2006 Anthony Register................64-2.0 2005 E.J. Gordon.........................53-2.0 2004 E.J. Gordon.........................66-2.4 2003 Alexis McMillan................87-4.0* 2002 Alexis McMillan..................69-2.7 2001 Ravii Givens........................47-1.6 2000 Ravii Givens........................44-1.8

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Jason Alexander

Randy Anderson


S t ets on U nivers ity statistical milestones 1,000 Points

500 Rebounds

1. Kerry Blackshear (‘92-96)..................1,826 2. E.J. Gordon (‘02-06)............................1,691 3. Randy Anderson (‘85-89)...................1,652 4. Garfield Blair (‘05-09).......................1,582 5. Ron Beal (‘68-72).................................1,559 6. Dalton Epting (‘58-62)........................1,548 7. Joel Hancock (‘58-62).........................1,539 8. Frank Burnell (‘79-83).........................1,491 9. Bob Jenkins (‘64-68)............................1,458 10. Anthony Register (‘02-06)................1,414 11. Bill Hester (‘61-65)............................1,384 12. Earnest Killum (‘68-70).....................1,371 13. Derrell Boone (‘66-70).....................1,342 14. A.J. Smith (‘06-10).............................1,313 15. Garrett Davis (‘95-99).....................1,302 16. Mark Brisker (‘90-92).......................1,236 17. Ravii Givens (‘99-03)........................1,228 18. Jim Kitchens (‘54-58)........................1,226 19. Bryant Conner (‘94-90)....................1,223 20. Greg Guye (‘77-80).........................1,192 21. Wilbur Montgomery (‘77-81).........1,190 22. Sebastian Singletary (‘98-01)........1,189 23. Walt Kilcullen (‘64-68).....................1,170 24. Gene Wells (‘57-59).........................1,146 25. Santos Hampton (‘98-02)................1,136 26. Frank Ireland (‘87-91)......................1,113 27. Mike Reddick (‘80-84)......................1,101 28. Jim Tavenier (‘49-53)........................1,100 29. Mel Daniels (‘76-78).........................1,044 30. Glynn Myrick (‘80-84)......................1,012 31. Jason Alexander (‘94-96)................1,010

1. Ken Showers (‘67-71)........................980 2. Randy Anderson (‘85-89).................967 3. Santos Hampton (‘98-02).................932 4. Dalton Epting (‘58-62)......................826 5. Bill Hester (‘61-65)............................775 6. Sebastian Singletary (‘98-01).........754 7. Bill Schneider (‘56-60)......................732 8. Ron Beal (‘68-72)...............................702 9. E.J. Gordon (‘02-06)..........................690 10. Mike Reddick (‘80-84)....................679 11. Garfield Blair (‘05-09)...................676 12. Wilbur Montgomery (‘77-81).......646 13. Kerry Blackshear (‘92-96).............643 14. Chris Ralston (‘65-69).....................625 15. Derrall Dumas (‘88-91)..................623 16. Derrell Boone (‘66-70)...................617 17. Ralph Miller (‘57-59)......................608 18. Ehren Wallhoff (‘91-95).................582 19. Lorenzo Williams (‘89-91).............581 20. Mac Stones (‘55-57).......................580 21. Greg Guye (‘77-80).......................546 22. Lamar Deaver (‘61-63)..................542 23. Mel Daniels (‘76-78).......................529 24. Gary Mims (‘81-84)........................512 25. Jimmy Kuhl (‘85-89)........................511

100 Steals 1. E.J. Gordon (‘02-06)..........................235 2. Anthony Register (‘02-06)................172 3. Alexis McMillan (‘01-03)..................156 4. Kerry Blackshear (‘92-96)................152 5. Ravii Givens (‘99-02)........................150 6. Gabe McMillen (‘03-07)..................149 7. Kris Thomas (‘05-09).........................135 8. Sebastian Singletary (‘98-01).........133 9. Kennith Johnson (‘95-99)..................129 10. Frank Ireland (‘87-91)....................127 Randy Anderson (‘85-89)...............127 12. Bryant Conner (‘90-94)..................121 13. Garfield Blair (‘05-09)...................117 14. Jason Alexander (‘94-96)..............104

300 Assists

Mark Brisker

1. Frank Ireland (‘87-91)......................526 2. Brad Weston (‘78-82).......................517 3. Terry Johnson (‘85-89)......................507 4. Ravii Givens (‘99-03)........................454 5. Buzzy O’Connell (‘73-77).................390 6. Rob Wilkes (‘89-93)..........................369 7. Glenn Wilkes Jr. (‘76-80).................348 8. Glynn Myrick (‘80-84)......................323

100 Blocks 1. Lorenzo Williams (‘89-91)...............234 2. Randy Anderson (‘85-89).................168 3. Derrall Dumas (‘88-91).....................134 4. Mike Reddick (‘80-84)......................126 5. Chad Lambert (‘94-98)....................107

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S t ets on U nivers ity Honors and awards Joel Hancock 1960-61 1960-61 1960-61 Lamar Deaver 1962-63 Earnest Killum 1968-69 1968-69 1968-69 1969-70 1969-70 1969-70

All-America NAIA (honorable mention/AP) NAIA (honorable mention/UPI) NAIA (honorable mention/Chuck Taylor) NAIA (honorable mention/UPI) NCAA “College” Div. (3rd Team/NABC) NCAA “College” Div. (1st team/AP) NCAA “College” Div. (2nd team/UPI) NCAA “College” Div. (3rd Team/NABC) NCAA “College” Div. (1st team/AP) NCAA “College” Div. (2nd team/UPI)

1st Team All-Conference Randy Anderson, f Randy Anderson, f Derrall Dumas, c Mark Brisker, g Mark Brisker, g Donell Grier, f Jason Alexander, g Kerry Blackshear, g/f Jason Alexander, g Jeff Warbritton, c Sebastian Singletary, f Sebastian Singletary, f

1986-87 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 1997-98 1999-00 2000-01

2nd Team All-Conference Gary Coachman, f Randy Anderson, f Lorenzo Williams, c Bryant Conner, g Kerry Blackshear, g/f Garrett Davis, g/f E.J. Gordon, g Anthony Register, g E.J. Gordon, g Garfield Blair, g Garfield Blair, g Adam Pegg, f

1986-87 1987-88 1990-91 1992-93 1993-94 1998-99 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2007-08 2008-09 2011-12

3rd Team All-Conference Maurice Cowan, g Kerry Blackshear, g/f Sebastian Singletary, f

1989-90 1994-95 1998-99

Kerry Blackshear, g/f Eugene Ambrose, g Mark Stiles, c E.J. Gordon, g Ridge Graham, f Luis Jacobo, f Corey Walden, g

All-Freshman Team

1992-93 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11

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Kerry Blackshear Dan Hipsher

Player of the Year Coach of the Year

1994-95 1994-95

Newcomer/Freshman of the Year Mark Brisker 1990-91 Kerry Blackshear 1992-93 Jason Alexander 1994-95 E.J. Gordon 2002-03 Randy Anderson Gary Coachman Frank Ireland Bryant Conner Travis Garrett Patrick Sams E.J. Gordon Jason Alexander Randy Anderson Kerry Blackshear Garfield Blair Mark Brisker Maurice Cowan Garrett Davis Ravii Givens E.J. Gordon Ridge Graham Donnell Grier Santos Hampton Terry Johnson Gabe McMillen Anthony Register Patrick Sams Sebastian Singletary A.J. Smith Jeff Warbritton

All-Tournament

Player of the Week

1986-87 1986-87 1989-90 1993-94 1993-94 1993-94 2005-06 3 3 4 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 2 3 1 1 1 1 2 1 1


S t ets on U nivers ity All-Time Letterwinners

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Jason Alexander Frank Allen Eugene Ambrose Kenneth Anderson Levan Anderson Randy Anderson Robert Anderson Russell Anderson Hicks Arnold

1994-96 1968-69 2000-01 1949-50 1974-75 1985-89 1936-38 1941-42 1939-40

B

Glenn Bailey 1916-17 Rick Bales 1971-72 Gabriel Barbosa 2004-05 Tom Barnard 1961-62, 1963-65 Robert Barnes 1940-42 Mike Barnett 1986-88 Ron Barnhill 1989-90 H.H. Baskin 1914-15 Phil Bassan 2009-10 Guy Batsel 1964-66 Lance Baylis 1977-78 Ronald Beal 1968-72 Charles Behrens 1946-48 Ed Benjamin 1948-49 Lawrence Bernard 1924-28 Mike Bezner 1973-75 Rob Biasotti 1986-88 Edwin Binford 1934-36 Donald Black 1942-43 Kerry Blackshear 1992-96 Garfield Blair 2005-09 Pete Blodnick 1978-79 Derrell Boone 1966-70 Larry Bottom 1948-51 Gene Bowden 1950-51 Joyce Bowen 1921-23 Shawn Bowen 2007-10 Tom Boynton 1946-47 Richard Branham 1935-38 Ben Bridges 2004-05 J.C. Bridges 1972-75 Mark Brisker 1990-92 Jack Brooks 1947-49 Peter Brooks 1959-61 Karl Bruschayt 1989-91 Fred Bryant 1963-66 Steve Buchanan 1963-67 Frank Burnell 1979-83 Craig Butts 2000-02 Bill Byrom 1949-50

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George Cadwallader Raymond Cagni Henry Callahan Jerry Callahan James Camp

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S t ets on U nivers ity All-Time record vs. opponents Opponent W-L Series Air Force 1-2 1979-2002 Akron 0-1 2010 Alabama 0-1 1965 Alabama-Birmingham 0-1 2007 American 1-3 1963-1978 Anderson (SC) 1-0 1998 Appalachian State 2-0 1956-1980 Arkansas-Little Rock 4-8 1986-2010 Arkansas State 4-1 1972-1977 Armstrong State 4-0 1969-1984 Army 1-1 1983-2007 Auburn 1-3 1981-1986 Austin Peay State 0-1 1976 Averett 1-0 2009 Ball State 1-0 1981 Baltimore 1-0 1981 Baldwin-Wallace 2-1 1962-1971 Barry 1-0 1992 Belmont 7-18 1963-2012 Belmont Abbey 3-1 1965-1969 Beloit 0-1 1952 Bethune-Cookman 19-6 1968-2011 Birmingham-Southern 5-2 1948-2002 Biscayne 2-0 1970-1975 Bowling Green 3-0 1951-1977 Bradley 1-0 1989 Brandeis 1-0 1970 Brigham Young 1-0 1990 Brooklyn 1-0 1986 Brown 2-1 1967-1984 Bucknell 1-0 1972 Buffalo 1-0 1993 Buffalo State 2-1 1969-1980 California-Berkeley 2-0 1974-1991 Cal.-Santa Barbara 0-1 1970 Cal State-Northridge 0-1 1993 Campbell 21-14 1977-2011 Catholic 3-0 1972-1997 Centenary 14-12 1933-1999 UCF 15-23 1974-2011 Central Michigan 0-2 1974-1993 Chaminade 1-0 1987 Coll. of Charleston 7-15 1924-2002 Charleston Southern 8-5 1974-2011 Chicago State 2-0 1970-1971 Chicago 1-0 1978 Cincinnati 1-1 1982-1986 Citadel, The 10-8 1931-2005 Clemson 0-6 1972-1998

Opponent Cleveland State Colgate Colorado Colorado State Columbia Cumberland Dartmouth Davidson Dayton Delaware Denver DePaul DePauw Dickinson Drexel Duke Duquesne East Carolina East Tennesse State Eastern Kentucky Eastern Michigan Eckerd Elon Embry-Riddle Emory and Henry Erskine Evansville Fairleigh Dickinson Ferris State Flagler Florida Florida A&M Florida Atlantic Florida Gulf Coast Florida International Florida Southern Florida State Fordham Fredonia State Furman Gardner-Webb George Mason George Washington Georgetown Georgetown (KY) Georgia Georgia Southern Georgia State Georgia Tech

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Opponent Hardin-Simmons Hartford Hartwick High Point Hofstra Houston Houston Baptist Idaho State Illinois State Illinois Wesleyan Indiana Iona Jacksonville Jacksonville State James Madison Johnson & Wales (FL) Kennesaw State Kentucky Wesleyan LaSalle Lehigh Liberty Lipscomb Long Island Longwood Loras Louisiana Louisville Loyola (MD) Loyola Marymount MacMurray Maine Manhattan Marist Marquette Marshall McNeese State Memphis State Mercer Miami (Fla.) Michigan Michigan State Middle Tennessee State Milsaps Mississippi Mississippi College Mississippi Southern Mississippi State Mississippi Valley State Missouri

W-L Series 8-1 1976-1990 3-0 1971-1983 1-0 1967 1-0 1967 1-1 1980-1990 0-1 1983 6-3 1979-1989 0-1 1981 0-1 1968 2-1 1952-1973 0-1 2011 0-2 1963-1992 32-43 1957-2012 4-8 1949-2002 0-1 2011 1-0 2008-2008 7-7 2007-2012 1-0 1958 1-3 1977-1981 4-0 1971-1979 1-0 1989 9-10 2003-2012 1-0 1976 1-1 2007-2008 1-0 1971 1-1 1934-1968 1-5 1953-2009 0-1 1986 0-1 1989 2-0 1965-1970 2-0 1969-1977 1-1 1977-1979 1-0 1984 1-8 1978-1987 5-2 1972-1982 0-2 1975-1993 0-1 1957 69-52 1920-2012 33-48 1927-2010 3-0 1913 0-1 1993 0-2 1960-1961 1-3 1934-1948 0-2 1992-1996 4-2 1934-1983 2-3 1932-1963 0-1 1965 0-1 1995 0-4 1971-2008


S t ets on U nivers ity All-Time Record vs. Opponents Opponent Monmouth (Ill.) Monmouth (N.J.) Morehead State Murray State Navy Nevada-Las Vegas New Hampshire New Mexico New Orleans Newberry Niagara North Carolina North Carolina A&T UNC Asheville UNC Charlotte UNC Wilmington North Carolina State North Central (Ill.) North Florida North Texas State Northeastern Northern Illinois Northwestern State Notre Dame Oglethorpe Ohio State Ohio University Oklahoma Oklahoma City Old Dominion Oral Roberts Otterbein Pacifi c Luthern Palm Beach Atlantic Piedmont Pikeville Pittsburgh Presbyterian Providence Puerto Rico-Mayaguez Purdue Radford Rhode Island Rice Richmond Rider Roanoke Robert Morris Rochester Rollins

W-L Series 0-1 1972 0-1 1992 1-0 1981 1-1 1959-1960 1-0 1981 0-4 1969-1981 2-2 1962-2002 1-1 1973-1974 5-7 1977-1986 6-2 1936-1960 1-0 1981 0-3 1985-1987 1-0 2007 1-0 1992 1-0 1970 4-3 1976-1992 0-6 1917-2005 1-0 1964 10-5 1993-2012 0-2 1959-1969 2-1 1986-1994 1-2 1967-1975 1-0 1977 0-1 1998 3-2 1959-1961 0-3 1977-1984 0-1 1978 0-2 1971-1972 1-0 1973 0-6 1970-1981 2-2 1978-1989 1-0 1980 0-1 1956 4-1 1996-2010 1-0 1956 1-0 1957 0-1 1990 7-6 1936-1984 0-1 1970 2-0 1999-2003 1-4 1982-1992 1-1 1992-1995 0-1 2007 0-2 1997-2010 1-3 1976-1982 2-1 1968-1994 1-0 1970 3-0 1976-1981 2-0 1969-1974 74-15 1900-1987

Opponent W-L Series Rutgers 0-1 1975 St. Bernard 1-0 1975 St. Francis (Pa.) 1-1 1973-1976 St. Francis (N.Y.) 1-0 1982 St. Joseph’s (Maine) 2-0 1985-1993 St. Joseph’s (Pa.) 0-1 1984 St. Leo 4-0 1970-2011 St. Mary’s (Calif.) 1-0 1972 St. Peter’s 3-3 1956-1970 St. Xavier 1-0 1977 Samford 29-17 1931-2003 Savannah State 7-5 2006-2012 Seton Hall 1-1 1970-1973 Siena 1-0 1980 Skidmore 1-0 2007 South, Univ. of 5-0 1951-1963 South Alabama 1-1 1975-1976 South Carolina 2-3 1971-1983 South Florida 7-16 1971-2007 Southeastern Louisiana 8-3 1992-1997 Southern Illinois 2-3 1973-1988 Southern Methodist 1-3 1992-1997 Southwest Missouri 1-0 2000 Southwestern Louisiana 3-12 1959-1986 Spring Hill 3-1 1946-1964 Stanford 0-1 1995 Tampa 51-13 1934-1970 Taylor 1-0 1968 Temple 1-0 1982 Tennessee-Martin 0-1 1984 Tennessee Tech 5-6 1932-1982 Tennessee Temple 1-0 1996 Tennessee Wesleyan 1-1 1964-1966 Texas 0-1 2008-2008 Texas-Austin 0-3 1971-1991 TX-Pan American 1-4 1962-1986 Texas-San Antonio 5-8 1985-1991 Texas Southern 1-0 1995 Texas Tech 0-2 1973-2001 Toledo 0-1 1995 Toronto 1-0 1958 Towson State 1-0 1986 Transylvania 4-2 1959-1967 Trinity College 1-0 1916 Troy 6-12 1956-2005 Tulane 1-8 1958-1999 Union 5-4 1936-1966 Utica 1-0 1982 USC Upstate 4-5 2008-2012 Valdosta State 1-0 1957

Opponent W-L Series Vanderbilt 0-1 1999 Virginia 1-1 1973-1974 Virginia Military Inst. 2-0 1969-1978 Wake Forest 1-3 1916-2010 Washington 1-0 1965 Webber International 2-0 2001-2008 Weber State 0-1 1999 West Florida 2-1 1973-1997 Western Carolina 4-1 1955-2001 Western Kentucky 2-6 1935-1984 Western Michigan 1-0 1989 West Virginia 1-1 1981-1982 Wichita State 0-1 1990 William & Mary 2-3 1971-1997 William Carey 1-0 1960 William Jewell 0-1 1959 Wisconsin-Green Bay 1-1 1971-1981 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 0-3 1971-1996 Wittenberg 1- 0 1966 Wofford 13-13 1915-1963 Wright State 3-0 1973-1975 Xavier 0-1 1986 Yale 1-0 1995 Youngstown St. 0-1 1996

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S t ets on U nivers ity year-by-year results 1900-01 Overall: 2-1 Head Coach: Unknown Date Opponent W/L Result 11/29 Rollins L 5-7 12/19 at Rollins W 9-6 2/2 at Rollins W 8-6 1903-04 Overall: 1-2 Head Coach: Unknown Date Opponent W/L Result 1/5 at Rollins W 14-13 1/25 Rollins L 6-21 2/12 at Rollins L 7-26 1907-08 Overall: 1-0 Head Coach: Unknown Date Opponent W/L Result at Florida State College W 15-9 1909-10 Overall: 2-2 Head Coach: Unknown Date Opponent W/L Result at Orlando Professionals L 8-18 Orlando Professionals W 36-16 at Jacksonville YMCA L 18-24 at Duval High School W 34-27 1911-12 Record: 1-7 Head Coach: Neil Jones Date Opponent W/L Result 1/20 at Orlando L 8-18 1/26 Orlando L 7-17 2/16 Florida Southern L 6-22 2/22 at Orlando L 9-19 2/23 at Jacksonville YMCA L 18-24 2/24 at DeLand High W 34-27 3/9 Tennessee Military Inst. L 7-17 3/16 Orlando L 11-25 1913-14 Overall: 9-2 Head Coach: A.A. “Steve” Jordan Date Opponent W/L Result 12/5 Michigan “Big 5” W 38-19 12/6 Daytona High School W 49-17 12/11 Florida Southern W 30-16 1/9 Michigan “Big 5” W 42-13 1/14 Palatka High School W 34-21 1/23 Sanford High School W 55-10 1/28 Michign “Big 5” W 36-19 1/29 at Palatka High School W 27-22 1/30 vs. Keewatin L 15-21 2/10 at Jacksonville YMCA L 19-39 2/11 at Duval High School W 32-16

1914-15 Overall Record: 4-8 Head Coach: S.B. Jennings Date Opponent W/L Result 1/9 Duval High School L 10-25 1/23 Michigan “Big 5” W 24-5 1/29 Florida Southern L 22-24 2/4 at Winter Haven High L 13-52 2/5 at Ruskin College L 7-41 2/6 at Florida Southern L 16-42 2/10 at Duval High School L 24-26 2/11 at Jacksonville YMCA L 16-50 2/20 Daytona High School W 34-16 2/27 Michigan “Big 5” W 28-13 3/12 Ruskin College L 15-34 3/13 Ruskin College W 20-18 1915-16 Overall Record: 14-2 Head Coach: William “Dutch” Hollander Opponent W/L Result at Sanford City Ind. W 42-13 Sanford City Ind. W 22-5 at Orlando Athletic Club W 26-7 at New Smyrna High School W 38-2 Eustis High School W 60-14 at Duval High School L 25-31 at Florida School of Mutes W 59-17 vs. Keewatin W 19-17 at Jacksonville YMCA L 32-34 at Duval High School W 44-25 at New Smyrna High School W 61-10 Eustis High School W 62-13 Keewatin W 44-24 Florida Southern W 54-11 at Florida Southern W 42-13 at Eustis High School W 52-20 1916-17 Overall Record: 12-9 Head Coach: William “Dutch” Hollander Date Opponent W/L Result 1/4 Rollins W 45-10 1/8 Tampa YMCA W 49-14 1/9 Ruskin College W 42-28 1/11 Rollins W 50-9 1/17 at Savannah Braves L 19-23 1/18 at Augusta YMCA L 19-48 1/19 at Spartanburg YMCA W 33-29 1/20 at Asheville YMCA W 43-20 1/22 at Asheville High School W 23-17 1/22 at Bingham School W 26-22 1/23 at Charlotte YMCA L 32-41 1/24 at Davidson L 17-42 1/25 at Statesville All Stars L 20-60 1/26 at Durham YMCA W 42-34 at Trinity College W 43-37 1/29 at North Carolina State L 14-28

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S t ets on U nivers ity Year-by-year results 1923-24 Overall Record: 9-6 Head Coach: Horace T. “Pug” Allen Date Opponent W/L Result 1/14 at Seabreeze High School W 26-17 1/18 at Miami YMCA L 20-32 1/19 at Vero Beach Ind. W 18-9 1/21 Seabreeze High School W 25-4 1/25 Miami YMCA L 31-32 1/28 at Florida L 9-18 1/30 DeLand American Legion W 60-14 2/2 at Jacksonville Greenbacks W 28-20 2/3 at Jacksonville YMCA L 22-36 2/4 at Savannah Protestant Club W 25-20 2/5 at Savannah Alliance Club W 24-21 2/6 at Elon L 25-29 2/7 at North Carolina State L 17-24 2/8 at College of Charleston W 26-21 2/20 Florida W 26-21 1924-25 Overall Record: 8-5 Head Coach: Herbert McQuillan Date Opponent W/L Result 1/1 DeLand All Stars L 33-36 1/8 at Lake Wales All Stars W 34-10 1/9 at Tampa Imps W 31-27 1/10 at St. Pete YMCA L 29-39 1/16 Winter Park YMCA W 45-20 1/21 at Winter Park YMCA W 45-6 1/28 Tampa Imps W 32-31 1/31 at Vero Beach Ind. L 27-33 2/1 at Ft. Pierce Ind. L 7-21 2/5 at Jacksonville Greenbacks W 28-26 2/6 at Jacksonville YMCA L 30-39 2/7 Jacksonville Greenbacks W 45-17 2/12 Seabreeze High School W 45-13 1925-26 Overall Record: 17-4 Head Coach: Herbert McQuillan Date Opponent W/L Result 1/2 DeLand All Stars W 49-9 1/5 at Seabreeze High School W 45-13 1/6 Daytona Athletic Club L 22-36 1/8 at Lake Wales Independents W 34-10 1/9 at Tampa Imps W 32-31 1/10 at St. Pete YMCA L 29-39 1/15 at Winter Park YMCA W 45-20 1/16 Florida L 23-24 1/18 at Rollins W 33-18 1/21 Winter Park YMCA W 45-6 1/23 at S. Jacksonville YMCA W 28-26 1/24 at American Rwy. Express W 1/26 at Florida Southern W 38-9 1/28 Tampa Imps W 32-31 2/1 Tampa Imps W 17-15 2/7 Jacksonville Greenbacks W

2/12 Rollins W 43-11 2/20 at Tampa Imps W 32-18 2/22 at Florida Southern W 56-9 2/27 Daytona Athletic Club W 51-20 3/3 # vs. Newberry L 21-34 # - SIAA Playoffs (Greenville, S.C.) 1926-27 Overall Record: 5-4 Head Coach: Herbert McQuillan Date Opponent W/L Result 1/12 at Daytona Independents L 20-43 1/13 at Tampa Independents L 11-21 1/18 Leesburg Independents W 27-25 1/26 Lakeland Independents W 36-10 1/28 Orlando All-Stars W 39-37 2/2 Daytona Independents W 37-35 2/9 Daytona Independents L 30-37 2/11 Rollins W 47-15 2/14 Florida Southern L 22-29 1927-28 Overall Record: 4-5 Head Coach: Herbert McQuillan Date Opponent W/L Result 1/11 Orlando American Legion L 21-24 1/12 Daytona All-Stars W 34-28 1/17 Rollins W 29-16 1/19 at Ft. Pierce Ind. L 49-63 1/20 at Miami L 25-33 1/25 Miami W 32-26 1/27 at Florida Southern L 19-33 2/3 at Rollins L 19-29 2/10 Florida Southern W 18-15 1928-29 Overall Record: 8-4 Head Coach: Herbert McQuillan Date Opponent W/L Result 1/7 Stetson Collegiates W 24-23 1/10 Orlando Independents L 19-20 1/15 Stetson Collegiates W 31-23 1/18 Rollins W 44-15 1/19 at Rollins W 19-18 1/21 at Orlando Independents L 27-42 1/22 Sanford Independents W 29-23 1/25 at Miami Professionals L 22-32 1/26 at Miami L 13-31 2/1 Rollins W 26-24 2/2 at Rollins W 12-11 2/6 Miami W 20-13 1929-30 Overall Record: 5-8 Head Coach: Herbert McQuillan Date Opponent W/L Result 1/9 Georgia L 16-40 1/10 Georgia L 23-27 1/16 Florida L 14-17 1/21 Daytona Independents W 47-24

1/26 at Rollins L 15-16 1/27 at Cohen Bros. L 34-36 1/29 Cincinnati YMCA L 27-35 1/31 at Florida L 26-40 2/7 Rollins W 43-25 2/12 at Florida Southern W 38-34 2/14 at S. Florida Athletic Club W 42-23 2/24 Florida Southern L 33-34 3/1 Cohen Bros. W 34-23 1930-31 Overall Record: 13-6 Head Coach: Herbert McQuillan Date Opponent W/L Result 1/2 at Jacksonville La Touraine W 31-9 1/6 Orlando Independents W 45-11 1/9 Stetson Freshmen W 32-26 1/12 at Atwater Kent L 35-40 1/14 at Georgia State College W 37-35 1/15 at Columbus College W 37-30 1/16 at Mercer L 26-30 1/17 at Mercer L 25-32 1/21 Atwater Kent W 33-27 1/23 at Florida Southern L 21-23 1/28 at Vero Beach Ind. W 39-15 1/29 at Ft. Lauderdale Ind. L 20-25 1/30 at Miami W 36-16 2/4 Howard W 36-16 2/5 Howard W 30-29 2/7 at Orlando Independents W 48-20 2/12 Miami W 37-15 2/14 Florida Southern W 46-23 2/24 # vs. Mississippi College L 37-61 # - SIAA Playoffs (Jackson, Miss.) 1931-32 Overall Record: 19-0 Head Coach: Herbert McQuillan Date Opponent W/L Result 12/10 Orlando Independents W 35-15 12/12 at Orlando Independents W 26-6 1/2 Florida W 30-25 1/7 The Citadel W 39-29 1/8 The Citadel W 29-24 1/14 Florida Southern W 52-24 1/20 at Sears Roebuck Aristo W 31-24 1/21 Parris Island W 44-16 1/27 at J.E. Alliance (Savannah) W 28-24 1/28 at Charleston (SC) YMCA W 33-31 1/29 at The Citadel W 27-22 1/30 at Parris Island W 33-20 2/3 Howard W 39-15 2/4 Howard W 42-16 2/11 Georgia W 30-27 2/13 Rollins W 28-15 2/13 Rollins W 17-6 2/13 Rollins W 32-14 2/17 at Florida Southern W 36-20

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S t ets on U nivers ity year-by-year results 1932-33 Overall Record: 13-7 Head Coach: Herbert McQuillan Date Opponent W/L Result 12/16 Orlando Collegians W 37-10 12/19 Sparks Theatres W 66-25 12/23 at Orlando Collegians W 32-30 12/30 at Atwater Kent L 28-39 1/6 at Daytona Beach W 56-22 1/7 at Florida L 38-46 1/13 Atwater Kent W 42-25 1/17 at Southwestern W 28-26 1/18 at Centenary L 26-32 1/19 at Louisville Poly Tech W 43-42 1/21 at Mississippi Teachers W 38-33 1/27 Mercer W 38-25 2/3 Florida L 18-30 2/9 at Albany YMCA L 23-24 2/10 at Mercer L 33-41 2/14 at So. Georgia Teachers W 50-45 2/15 at The Citadel W 17-11 2/16 at Parris Island W 38-36 2/17 at College of Charleston W 34-25 3/2 # vs. Tennessee Poly L 26-38 # - SIAA Playoffs (Jackson, Miss.) 1933-34 Overall Record: 11-11 Head Coach: Herbert McQuillan Date Opponent W/L Result 12/17 Daytona Independents W 38-37 12/21 at Mt. Dora Independents W 27-18 12/22 at Leesburg Independents W 27-25 at Lakeland Independents W 36-19 at Orlando Independents W 39-37 at Daytona Independents L 20-43 1/5 at Mercer W 35-26 1/8 at Southwestern Louisiana L 25-26 1/9 at Louisiana College W 28-27 1/10 at Centenary L 30-36 1/11 at Louisiana Tech L 31-50 1/12 at Mississippi Teachers L 33-36 1/17 House of David W 41-18 Rollins W 47-15 at Florida Southern L 22-29 1/26 at Firestone Independents L 21-23 2/2 Tampa L 33-34 2/6 Florida W 33-30 2/13 Firestone Independents L 29-42 2/14 at Tampa L 48-49 at Rollins W 53-18 2/19 at Florida L 19-34 1934-35 Overall Record: 12-5 Head Coach: Herbert McQuillan Date Opponent W/L Result 12/17 Daytona Independents W 67-26

12/28 at Daytona Independents W 54-12 1/2 at Cohen Bros. W 40-15 1/6 at Southwestern Louisiana L 21-34 1/8 at Louisiana College L 24-28 1/9 at Louisiana Tech L 35-38 1/10 at Mississippi College W 44-40 1/11 at Mississippi Teachers W 43-41 1/18 Florida L 32-40 2/1 Tampa W 46-35 2/9 at Tampa W 48-35 2/12 at Florida W 40-25 2/14 Georgia W 31-27 2/21 Rollins W 32-15 2/25 Rollins W 44-34 2/26 at Rollins W 42-21 3/1 # vs. Millsaps L 32-48 # - SIAA Playoffs (Jackson, Miss.) 1935-36 Overall Record: 13-4 Head Coach: Chet Freeman Date Opponent W/L Result 12/18 Gainesville Night Hawks W 31-23 1/7 Florida L 24-27 1/7 Western Kentucky Teachers L 20-24 1/8 Western Kentucky Teachers L 24-25 1/14 at Florida W 30-23 1/16 Georgia W 35-21 1/31 at Cohen Bros. W 32-23 2/5 Erskine W 27-22 2/6 Erskine W 36-25 2/7 at Tampa W 25-24 2/18 Mercer W 49-20 2/21 Tampa W 39-17 2/24 at Georgia Teachers W 45-39 2/25 at Mercer W 34-32 2/25 at Mercer W 45-28 2/26 at Mercer W 59-32 3/7 # vs. Western Kentucky L 36-50 # - SIAA Playoffs (Jackson, Miss.) 1936-37 Overall Record: 14-8 Head Coach: Chet Freeman Date Opponent W/L Result 12/16 Sparks Theatres W 42-15 1/1 vs. Mercer L 27-36 1/5 Wofford L 29-31 1/6 Wofford W 39-36 1/11 at Sparks Theatres W 40-36 1/15 Emory & Henry W 41-36 1/16 Emory & Henry W 31-29 1/19 Florida W 34-32 1/25 Cohen Bros. L 38-39 2/5 Union College L 21-40 2/6 Union College W 47-43 2/9 at Newberry W 28-24 2/10 at Erskine W 27-23

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2/11 at Wofford W 35-34 2/12 at Presbyterian L 16-19 2/13 at So. Georgia Teachers L 28-33 2/16 Millsaps W 38-24 2/17 Millsaps L 31-33 2/18 at Florida L 33-40 2/21 Tampa W 19-18 2/26 at Cohen Bros. W 33-24 2/27 at Tampa W 29-27 1937-38 Overall Record: 12-5 Head Coach: Chet Freeman Date Opponent W/L Result 12/16 at Sparks Theatres W 57-38 1/5 Wofford W 42-27 1/6 Wofford W 44-28 1/10 at Florida L 27-39 1/18 Havana W 50-35 1/19 Havana W 62-32 2/4 Tampa L 29-33 2/5 Tampa W 26-23 2/8 at College of Charleston W 34-20 2/9 at Wofford W 42-28 2/10 at Wofford L 31-33 2/12 at Presbyterian L 33-34 2/16 at Tampa W 37-20 2/22 Florida W 42-25 2/24 College of Charleston W 34-25 2/25 College of Charleston W 32-18 # vs. Union L 32-33 # - SIAA Playoffs (Bowling Green, Ky.) 1938-39 Overall Record: 14-8 Head Coach: Chet Freeman / Brady Cowell Date Opponent W/L Result 12/9 North Carolina State L 15-25 1/3 Wofford L 20-21 1/4 Wofford L 30-33 1/13 Newberry W 32-26 1/14 Newberry W 27-23 1/17 Florida L 29-32 1/20 Havana W 47-21 1/21 Havana W 48-35 2/2 at Florida Southern W 49-23 2/3 Union W 44-40 2/4 Union W 49-41 2/6 at Erskine W 42-25 2/8 at Presbyterian W 34-28 2/9 at Newberry W 42-36 2/10 at Newberry L 29-39 2/16 Rollins W 50-25 2/18 at Florida L 26-28 2/22 Erskine W 52-37 2/23 Erskine L 29-33 2/24 at Florida Southern W 37-30 2/27 at Rollins W 54-25


S t ets on U nivers ity year-by-year results 3/2 # vs. Louisiana St. Normal L 23-32 # SIAA Playoffs (Bowling Green, Ky.) 1939-40 Overall Record: 9-9 Head Coach: Ben Clemons Date Opponent W/L Result 1/5 Wofford L 41-53 1/6 Wofford L 32-38 1/12 at Miami W 33-29 1/13 at Miami W 39-27 1/26 Tampa W 42-32 1/29 Erskine L 24-28 2/2 Rollins L 37-41 2/3 Florida Southern W 34-20 2/5 Florida L 30-32 2/8 at Presbyterian L 38-39 2/9 at Erskine L 29-32 2/10 at Newberry L 52-53 2/16 Miami W 46-37 2/17 Miami W 48-43 2/19 at Florida L 21-48 2/22 at Florida Southern W 25-21 2/23 at Tampa W 57-28 2/27 at Rollins W 40-33 1940-41 Overall Record: 13-7 Head Coach: Ben Clemons Date Opponent W/L Result 1/3 Presbyterian W 37-33 1/4 Presbyterian L 31-33 1/10 at Miami W 46-29 1/11 at Miami W 51-41 1/18 at Florida Southern W 43-30 1/30 at Rollins W 48-33 2/1 Florida L 32-36 2/5 Union College L 37-38 2/8 Miami W 45-40 2/9 Miami L 35-40 2/12 at Wofford W 50-40 2/13 at Wofford L 35-38 2/14 at Newberry W 34-27 2/15 at Presbyterian W 43-38 2/18 at Florida L 32-41 2/21 at Florida Southern W 45-30 2/24 Wofford W 40-26 2/27 Rollins W 62-31 # Louisiana St. Normal L 36-49 # - SIAA Playoffs (Bowling Green, Ky.) 1941-42 Overall Record: 11-3 Head Coach: Brady Cowell Date Opponent W/L Result 1/10 Jacksonville NAS W 38-32 1/13 Florida Southern W 85-23 1/17 at Orlando Air Base W 50-42 2/7 at Florida Pipe Line L 38-49

2/12 Miami W 47-42 2/13 Miami W 42-34 2/14 Orlando Air Base W 63-49 2/18 at Jacksonville NAS L 27-31 2/20 at Florida Southern W 62-32 2/23 at Tampa W 77-35 2/26 Tampa W 85-17 3/2 Florida Pipe Line W 50-26 3/5 at Miami W 44-37 3/6 at Miami L 36-46 1945-46 Overall Record: 5-3 Head Coach: Brady Cowell Date Opponent W/L Result 2/5 Florida Southern L 36-40 2/8 Tampa W 47-26 2/12 at Rollins W 49-31 2/15 St. Petersburg JC W 62-22 2/22 at Florida Southern L 32-50 2/28 Rollins W 34-30 3/1 Tampa L 28-37 3/6 at St. Petersburg JC W 51-4 1946-47 Overall Record: 11-10 Head Coach: Ben Clemons Date Opponent W/L Result 12/10 Spring Hill (Ala.) W 43-36 12/14 Banana River NAS W 52-35 1/6 Wofford W 45-40 1/7 Wofford L 30-38 1/14 Florida L 31-39 1/16 Tampa W 45-39 1/18 at Florida Southern L 42-44 1/23 at Banana River NAS W 58-35 1/24 at Miami W 53-46 1/25 at Miami L 50-74 1/29 Morrison Field W 57-47 2/4 at Erskine W 44-28 2/5 at Newberry L 37-48 2/6 at Presbyterian W 57-47 2/7 at Wofford L 30-53 2/8 at Wofford L 43-57 2/15 Florida Southern W 41-30 2/19 at Florida L 38-56 2/21 Miami L 41-42 2/22 vs. Miami L 38-44 2/28 at Tampa W 31-30 1947-48 Overall Record: 8-14 Head Coach: Ben Clemons Date Opponent W/L Result 12/5 Charleston L 28-32 12/12 Orlando Air Base W 37-31 12/14 Florida Southern W 36-33 12/30 Orlando Air Base W 52-43 1/8 Wofford L 42-52

1/9 Wofford L 49-53 1/13 Florida State W 65-56 1/16 Miami W 49-46 1/17 Miami L 39-59 1/20 Florida L 31-55 1/22 Florida Southern L 45-46 1/24 Mercer L 42-54 1/30 Erskine L 41-49 1/31 Newberry L 47-51 2/2 Wofford L 50-70 2/6 Tampa W 44-41 2/13 at Miami W 41-36 2/17 Florida L 39-48 2/20 at Jacksonville Navy L 58-66 2/23 at Mercer L 35-64 2/24 at Florida State L 38-41 2/28 at Tampa W 61-52 1948-49 Overall Record: 2-23 Head Coach: Ben Clemons Date Opponent W/L Result 12/3 at Orlando Air Force Base W 87-32 12/6 Mississippi College L 48-50 12/8 at Florida L 34-67 12/11 Orlando Air Force Base W 2-0 1/5 at Florida State L 40-49 1/7 at Mississippi College L 47-53 1/8 at Millsaps L 50-52 1/14 Florida State L 36-40 1/15 Jacksonville Teachers L 44-55 1/18 Florida L 47-54 1/21 at Florida Southern L 43-51 1/25 Jacksonville NAS L 46-49 1/29 Florida Southern L 60-65 1/31 Tampa L 64-67 2/3 So. Georgia Teachers L 61-66 2/5 at Miami L 42-53 2/9 Lawrence Tech L 0-2 2/11 Miami L 58-70 2/12 Miami L 46-81 2/17 at So. Georgia Teachers L 45-73 2/18 at Charleston L 54-61 2/19 at Charleston L 52-53 2/22 Tampa L 59-72 2/26 Birmingham Southern L 58-62 # vs. Lambuth College L 46-56 # - Dixie Conf. Tournament (Johnson City, Tenn.) 1949-50 Overall Record 8-15 Head Coach: Bob Trocolor Date Opponent W/L Result 1/3 Green Cove Navy W 50-38 1/7 at Miami L 58-65 1/12 at Florida L 51-64 1/14 Jacksonville Navy L 85-88 1/16 at Green Cove Navy L 58-59

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S t ets on U nivers ity year-by-year results 1/18 Mercer L 57-64 1/23 at Tampa L 45-73 1/24 Rollins W 63-48 1/25 Florida Southern W 59-50 1/28 at Florida State W 70-61 1/31 Tampa W 73-65 2/2 Georgia Teachers L 59-78 2/4 at Rollins W 70-46 2/8 Miami L 61-88 2/9 Miami L 63-82 2/10 at Florida Southern L 51-53 2/14 Florida W 57-53 2/15 at Jacksonville Navy W 63-59 2/16 at Mercer L 57-62 2/17 at Georgia Teachers L 61-84 2/20 Erskine L 57-67 2/23 Florida State L 68-74 2/25 Wofford L 60-76 1950-51 Overall Record: 14-11 Head Coach: Loren Ellis Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 Florida Southern W 75-58 12/6 Patrick Air Force Base W 85-39 12/6 Jacksonville NAS W 71-39 12/8 Charleston W 105-44 12/9 Parris Island Marines L 51-83 1/2 Green Cove Navy W 88-53 1/6 Florida L 61-63 1/8 Rollins W 74-58 1/13 at Florida State W 67-66 1/16 at Florida L 62-70 1/20 at Rollins L 49-54 1/25 at Miami L 55-82 1/27 Florida State W 71-53 1/30 Rollins W 73-54 2/2 at Jacksonville NAS L 62-66 2/6 Tampa W 67-61 2/8 Erskine W 88-71 2/10 at Rollins W 68-52 2/14 Miami L 66-78 2/17 The Citadel L 61-63 2/19 at Florida Southern W 62-57 2/24 Green Cove Navy W 91-61 2/26 at Tampa L 65-82 3/2 # vs. Florida State L 58-65 3/2 # vs. Tampa L 87-93 # - NAIB Playoffs (Jacksonville, Fla.) 1951-52 Overall Record: 16-4 Head Coach: Jay Pattee Date Opponent W/L Result 12/8 at Florida L 56-63 12/12 at Florida Southern W 63-48 12/15 Sewanee W 75-52 1/2 Yale W 64-52

1/3 at Jacksonville NAS W 78-56 1/7 Mercer W 97-59 1/8 Mercer W 79-66 1/10 at Tampa W 85-81 1/14 at Miami L 57-88 1/26 at Rollins W 72-69 1/30 at Bowling Green W 71-69 2/7 Florida State W 58-48 2/9 Miami L 74-80 2/12 at Rollins W 70-68 2/14 Jacksonville NAS W 69-61 2/21 at Mercer W 71-60 2/22 at Mercer W 63-59 2/23 at Florida State W 66-64 2/27 Tampa W 73-63 2/29 # Tampa L 64-79 # - NAIB 25th Regional Playoffs (DeLand, Fla.) 1952-53 Overall Record: 14-10 Head Coach: Dick Morland Date Opponent W/L Result 12/2 at Patrick Air Force Base W 57-53 12/6 Florida Southern W 97-51 12/10 at Rollins W 82-68 12/13 at Florida L 74-77 12/18 at Lake Forest W 64-56 12/19 at Illinois Wesleyan L 72-82 12/22 at Beloit L 65-74 1/3 vs. Louisville L 81-83 1/9 Tampa W 86-75 1/12 at Miami L 70-71 1/17 Rollins W 96-74 1/20 at Tampa W 71-65 1/23 Georgia Teachers W 83-82 1/24 Mercer W 77-68 2/4 Miami W 80-77 2/7 at Florida Southern W 86-82 2/10 at Florida State L 66-76 2/20 at Georgia Teachers L 84-89 2/21 at Mercer L 62-66 2/25 Florida State L 79-83 2/27 # Rollins W 83-75 2/28 # Florida State W 94-81 3/10 + vs. Iowa Teachers W 75-57 3/11 + vs. Southwest Missouri L 71-98 # - NAIA District 25 Playoffs (DeLand, Fla.) + - NAIA National Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.) 1953-54 Overall Record: 10-10 Head Coach: Dick Morland Date Opponent W/L Result 12/2 Florida Southern L 77-81 12/5 at Florida W 74-55 12/9 at Georgia Teachers W 73-63 12/10 at Mercer L 54-67 12/15 Rollins L 61-64

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12/18 at Florida State L 71-74 1/4 & vs. Mississippi Southern L 84-86 1/5 & vs. Spring Hill L 56-75 1/11 University of Havana W 111-52 1/16 Florida State W 82-60 1/18 at Miami W 85-63 1/22 Georgia Teachers W 82-60 1/25 Tampa W 63-51 2/4 at Western Kentucky L 53-81 2/6 at Louisville L 61-79 2/11 Miami W 108-56 2/13 Mercer L 54-56 2/16 at Florida Southern W 75-65 2/19 at Tampa L 59-69 2/23 at Rollins W 82-64 & - Senior Bowl Tournament (Mobile, Ala.) 1954-55 Overall Record: 11-10 Head Coach: Dick Morland Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 at Florida Southern W 106-77 12/6 Wofford L 71-75 12/9 Georgia Teachers L 83-88 12/11 at Florida L 70-78 12/16 Elon College W 91-59 12/18 at Florida State L 79-94 1/11 Rollins W 71-57 1/15 Mercer W 87-82 1/22 at Tampa L 78-89 1/29 Florida State L 73-84 2/2 at Georgia Teachers L 91-100 2/4 at Wofford L 72-92 2/5 at Presbyterian W 81-80 2/7 at Mercer W 81-74 2/11 Tampa W 75-59 2/14 Miami W 89-85 2/16 Erskine W 90-75 2/19 at Rollins W 88-76 2/22 at Miami L 77-79 2/25 Florida Southern W 75-63 2/28 # at Florida State L 77-86 # - NAIA District 25 Playoffs (Tallahassee, Fla.) 1955-56 Overall Record: 17-6 Head Coach: Dick Morland Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 Florida Southern W 89-75 12/3 at Georgia Teachers W 99-93 12/6 Wofford W 90-82 12/10 at Florida State L 78-91 12/14 at Florida L 74-92 12/16 Western Carolina W 101-78 1/7 at Tampa W 90-76 1/11 Mississippi College W 96-76 1/14 Presbyterian W 89-81 1/16 at Miami L 79-85


S t ets on U nivers ity YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1/19 at Rollins W 90-77 1/23 Tampa W 97-78 1/28 Mercer W 93-80 2/3 at Erskine W 93-85 2/4 at Wofford W 87-85 2/6 at Mercer L 83-90 2/8 Miami W 91-84 2/14 Erskine W 78-72 2/17 Rollins W 105-63 2/20 Florida State L 83-89 2/23 at Florida Southern W 90-71 3/2 # vs. Mercer W 118-91 3/3 # at Georgia Teachers L 86-112 # - NAIA District 25 Playoffs (Statesboro, Ga.) 1956-57 Overall Record: 17-8 Head Coach: Dick Morland Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 at Georgia Teachers L 59-84 12/5 Rollins W 88-87 12/8 at Florida L 69-84 12/11 Florida Southern W 85-82 12/14 Western Carolina W 93-75 12/15 Appalachian W 110-61 12/20 & vs. East Carolina W 76-70 12/21 & vs. Erskine L 73-75 1/5 at Tampa W 99-68 1/7 at Miami L 81-89 1/14 Florida State W 97-70 1/19 at Florida State L 86-104 1/26 Tampa W 59-37 2/1 at Mercer W 99-91 2/6 Miami W 95-93 2/8 Troy State W 100-76 2/11 Georgia Teachers W 91-84 2/13 Erskine W 65-49 2/16 Mercer W 116-72 2/19 at Rollins L 100-112 2/25 at Florida Southern L 74-80 3/1 # vs. Piedmont W 72-57 3/2 # at Georgia Teachers W 100-79 3/11 + vs. Wayne State W 100-84 3/12 + vs. Pacifi c Lutheran L 86-112 & - Parris Island Invitational # - NAIA District 25 Playoffs (Statesboro, Ga.) + - NAIA National Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.) 1957-58 Overall Record: 14-11 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/4 at Florida L 65-79 12/6 Birmingham-Southern W 98-76 12/7 Georgia Teachers W 96-89 12/9 Pikeville College W 101-99 12/14 Western Carolina College W 89-83 1/4 Valdosta State W 118-74

1/8 at Miami L 80-103 1/11 Tampa W 91-73 1/13 at Florida Southern W 91-71 1/16 at Florida State L 60-77 1/18 at Memphis State L 58-64 1/25 Rollins W 88-71 1/29 at Georgia Teachers L 66-74 1/30 at Erskine W 73-68 2/1 at Mercer L 70-76 2/7 at Jacksonville W 108-91 2/8 Mercer L 76-78 2/11 Erskine W 91-61 2/15 Miami L 85-92 2/18 at Rollins L 74-90 2/20 Florida Southern L 80-81 2/22 at Tampa W 79-78 2/25 Jacksonville W 86-74 2/27 # vs. Rollins W 87-68 2/28 # at Georgia Teachers L 63-67 # - NAIA District 25 Playoffs (Statesboro, Ga.) 1958-59 Overall Record: 17-11 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 & vs. Tampa W 71-64 12/2 & at Florida Southern W 81-72 12/8 at Florida L 62-73 12/11 at Louisville L 47-81 12/13 at Dayton L 53-66 12/19 % Troy State L 63-68 12/20 % Birmingham-Southern W 69-59 1/1 Tulane L 62-66 1/3 Toronto W 74-53 1/6 at Jacksonville L 68-84 1/8 Mississippi Southern L 56-58 1/12 Georgia Teachers W 62-60 1/14 at Florida Southern L 79-87 1/15 at Tampa W 65-58 1/17 Rollins W 77-61 1/24 Tampa W 98-80 1/28 Kentucky Wesleyan W 85-78 1/31 at Mercer W 91-85 2/2 at Georgia Teachers L 72-78 2/5 Miami W 110-97 2/9 at Rollins W 88-71 2/14 Mercer W 75-57 2/17 Jacksonville W 110-94 2/19 at Miami L 81-99 2/21 Florida State W 98-91 2/23 Florida Southern W 64-53 2/26 # vs. Tampa W 89-73 2/27 # vs. Georgia Teachers L 69-72 & - Citrus Invitational Tournament (Lakeland, Fla.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) # - NAIA District 25 Playoffs (Macon, Ga.)

1959-60 Overall Record: 16-13 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 Jacksonville W 90-78 12/4 at Mississippi Southern L 59-86 12/5 at Tulane L 64-97 12/10 at Rollins W 92-62 12/12 Murray State W 80-67 12/15 at Florida W 79-74 12/17 % University of the South W 80-73 12/18 % Wheaton W 87-75 12/28 at South Louisiana Inst. L 73-80 12/29 at North Texas State L 69-85 1/6 Transylvania L 73-85 1/7 at Tampa W 88-79 1/9 at Georgia Southern L 91-93 1/11 at Mercer L 81-90 1/15 Florida Southern W 83-70 1/16 Mercer W 102-55 1/18 at Georgia L 72-97 1/21 at Florida Southern W 70-64 1/22 St. Peter’s L 81-85 2/5 Miami L 86-94 2/9 Tampa L 79-80 2/11 at Miami W 73-72 2/13 Oglethorpe W 66-64 2/15 Georgia Southern W 70-69 2/16 Rollins W 88-67 2/19 at Jacksonville L 66-70 2/25 # vs. Oglethorpe W 87-73 2/26 # at Tampa W 85-71 3/7 + vs. William Jewell L 66-68 # - NAIA District 25 Playoffs (Tampa, Fla.) + - NAIA National Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.) 1960-61 Overall Record: 20-7 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/3 at Jacksonville L 91-99 12/5 at Rollins L 70-71 12/8 at Middle Tennesse State L 56-69 12/10 at Murray State L 59-70 12/14 Wofford W 75-61 12/16 % Lincon Memorial W 98-64 12/17 % Tampa W 95-81 1/2 at Georgia Southern L 78-92 1/4 Transylvania W 69-51 1/7 at Tampa W 78-67 1/10 Jacksonville W 86-61 1/14 Mercer W 79-58 1/17 William Carey W 75-73 1/19 at Florida Southern W 74-58 1/21 St. Peter’s (NJ) W 90-69 1/23 Georgia Southern W 65-62 2/1 Florida Southern W 68-63

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S t ets on U nivers ity year-by-year results 2/3 Miami W 76-68 2/6 at Mercer W 88-59 2/8 at University of the South W 92-68 2/9 at Oglethorpe W 44-39 2/11 Newberry W 99-73 2/15 at Miami L 84-91 2/18 Rollins L 88-65 2/22 Tampa W 76-61 3/3 # vs. Mercer W 83-80 3/4 # vs. Oglethorpe L 68-81 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) # - NAIA District 25 Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.) 1961-62 Overall Record: 16-12 (4-6 FIC) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 at Middle Tennesse State L 76-77 12/2 at Tennesse Tech L 73-100 12/4 * at Rollins W 83-76 12/7 Georgia Southern W 73-62 12/9 Presbyterian W 78-63 12/13 University of the South W 68-62 12/14 % Union W 76-75 12/15 % Georgetown (KY) L 58-73 12/18 St. Peters W 96-86 12/30 Blackburn W 106-80 1/2 Transylvania W 70-69 1/4 * Tampa W 54-49 1/6 at Georgia Southern L 73-75 1/8 at Mercer W 71-57 1/13 * Rollins W 92-61 1/20 Mercer W 71-57 1/22 * Jacksonville L 85-90 1/31 Cumberland W 88-86 2/2 * Miami L 70-79 2/10 * Florida Southern L 91-100 2/13 * at Miami L 78-86 2/17 Oglethorpe L 53-55 2/19 * at Tampa L 70-78 2/23 * at Jacksonville W 68-67 2/26 * at Florida Southern L 50-65 3/2 # vs. Georgia Southern W 76-74 3/3 # vs. Jacksonville W 61-57 3/9 + vs. Orange State L 79-94 * - Florida Intercollegiate Conference game % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) # - NAIA District 25 Playoffs (Atlanta, Ga.) + - NAIA National Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.) 1962-63 Overall Record: 15-13 (7-3 FIC) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/30 * at Jacksonville W 69-65 12/3 * at Rollins W 81-62 12/6 Georgia Southern L 75-82 12/8 * at Florida Southern W 85-75

12/11 % Middle Tennessee State L 61-79 12/12 % Rollins W 98-78 12/14 % Presbyterian L 69-70 12/17 Baldwin-Wallace L 72-73 12/19 Lipscomb L 59-67 12/20 Tennesse Tech W 77-75 12/29 New Hamsphire L 74-82 1/2 Translyvania W 81-57 1/5 Georgia Southern L 61-66 1/7 at Mercer L 65-73 1/10 * Tampa W 72-65 1/12 * Rollins W 80-59 1/21 Georgia L 80-99 2/1 * Miami W 66-64 2/2 DePauw W 78-60 2/7 Mercer W 72-59 2/9 at Florida State L 57-73 2/16 * Florida Southern W 82-59 2/21 * at Tampa L 62-71 2/23 * Jacksonville L 63-69 2/26 * at Miami L 60-75 3/3 # vs. Georgia Southern W 67-61 3/4 # at Jacksonville W 63-59 3/10 + vs. Howard Payne W 68-66 3/13 + vs. Texas-Pan American L 41-64 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) # - NAIA District 25 Playoffs (Jacksonville, Fla.) + - NAIA National Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.) 1963-64 Overall Record: 16-9 (7-1 FIC) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/2 * Jacksonville W 68-65 12/6 Georgia Southern W 57-54 12/13 % Belmont W 79-75 12/14 % Wofford L 77-78 12/17 at St. Peter’s L 75-94 12/19 at Iona L 46-73 12/20 at American L 80-116 1/2 at Georgia Southern W 69-59 1/4 MacAlester W 75-71 1/11 at University of the South W 86-70 1/13 at Mercer W 72-62 1/16 at Florida Presbyterian W 92-73 1/18 * at Rollins W 96-61 1/29 Spring Hill W 82-80 1/31 Miami L 75-81 2/4 * at Florida Southern W 103-99 2/7 Mercer W 89-70 2/10 * at Jacksonville L 77-93 2/12 * Florida Southern W 96-85 2/14 * Rollins W 106-65 2/19 * at Tampa W 95-93 2/22 at Miami L 70-87 2/25 * Tampa W 117-96 2/27 Florida State L 60-80

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3/4 # vs. Jacksonville L 62-86 * - Florida Intercollegiate Conference game % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) # - NAIA District 25 Tournament (Statesboro, Ga.) 1964-65 Overall Record: 16-10 (6-2 FIC) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 * at Rollins W 84-52 12/2 Presbyterian W 84-66 12/5 at Florida L 57-90 12/9 * at Jacksonville L 55-65 12/16 % Wilmington W 82-70 12/17 % Georgetown (KY) W 86-75 12/19 Tennessee Wesleyan W 96-82 12/21 King College W 84-47 1/2 North Central W 92-74 1/6 * at Tampa W 96-89 1/9 at Georgia Southern L 78-86 1/11 at Mercer L 77-81 1/13 Florida Presbyterian W 99-75 1/16 * Tampa W 88-78 1/19 Georgia Southern L 79-95 1/27 Cumberland W 73-71 1/30 * at Florida Southern W 91-87 2/1 Spring Hill W 65-56 2/4 Miami L 84-86 2/6 at Dayton L 55-93 2/10 * Florida Southern W 63-50 2/12 Mercer W 78-72 2/17 at Miami L 84-95 2/20 * Rollins W 92-70 2/23 * Jacksonville L 67-70 3/1 # at Jacksonville L 72-73 * - Florida Intercollegiate Conference game % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) # - NAIA District 24 Playoffs (Jacksonville, Fla.) 1965-66 Overall Record: 13-12 (5-1 FIC) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 * Rollins W 87-56 12/4 at Mercer L 65-70 12/6 at The Citadel L 64-71 12/9 Jacksonville L 76-86 12/20 Union L 64-73 12/21 MacMurray W 110-75 1/3 % Washington W 85-60 1/4 % Atlantic-Christian W 77-75 1/6 at Mississippi State L 76-87 1/8 at Alabama L 50-75 1/13 * at Tampa W 62-59 1/15 * at Rollins W 68-53 1/18 Georgia Southern L 62-66 1/20 * at Florida Southern L 49-69 1/22 * Tampa W 87-79


S t ets on U nivers ity YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1/25 Cumberland W 63-61 1/27 Miami L 78-89 1/31 at Florida Presbyterian W 59-55 2/5 * Florida Southern W 71-65 2/12 Mercer W 71-60 2/15 at Jacksonville L 65-79 2/17 Frederick W 95-81 2/19 Belmont Abbey W 87-80 2/21 at Georgia Southern L 66-87 2/24 at Miami L 77-86 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) * - Florida Intercollegiate Conference game 1966-67 Overall Record: 17-10 (5-1 FIC) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 Union W 91-73 12/3 Wilmington W 80-55 12/7 at Jacksonville W 97-88 12/10 at Georgia Southern L 65-67 12/20 Tennessee Wesleyan L 68-84 1/2 % Transylvania W 81-72 1/3 % Wittenburg W 71-61 1/7 at Mercer L 71-76 1/9 at Tulane L 76-99 1/11 * Tampa L 74-75 1/14 * at Florida Southern W 88-76 1/17 * ^ vs. Rollins W 90-70 1/21 Jacksonville W 80-70 1/23 Cumberland W 76-64 1/26 Miami W 56-53 1/28 Fairleigh-Dickinson W 77-70 1/30 * ^ vs. Rollins W 69-58 2/4 * Florida Southern W 81-73 2/9 * at Tampa W 73-66 2/11 Parsons W 68-61 2/14 at Miami L 81-95 2/16 Georgia Southern L 72-74 2/18 Mercer L 68-73 2/20 ^ vs. The Citadel W 82-74 2/23 Florida Presbyterian W 83-68 3/9 # vs. Kentucky Wesleyan L 55-68 3/10 # vs. South Carolina State L 53-65 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) * - Florida Intercollegiate Conference game ^ - at Orlando, Fla. # - NCAA College Div. Tournament (Evansville, Ind.) 1967-68 Overall Record: 8-18 (1-5 FIC) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/2 Transylvania L 72-73 12/9 at The Citadel W 77-76 12/12 Jacksonville W 67-65 12/20 ^ vs. Brown L 66-75 12/21 Hartwick W 111-80

1/2 % High Point W 93-70 1/3 % St. Peter’s L 78-94 1/6 at Florida State L 81-111 1/10 Jacksonville L 66-77 1/13 at Florida Presbyterian L 83-101 1/15 Georgia Southern W 84-69 1/18 * at Rollins L 68-71 1/20 * Florida Southern W 93-78 1/22 Northern Illinois L 54-70 1/26 Miami L 67-72 1/29 * at Tampa L 96-120 2/3 * at Florida Southern L 94-95 2/8 at Georgia Southern L 88-92 2/10 at Mercer L 68-76 2/13 * Tampa L 74-85 2/15 Belmont Abbey W 91-78 2/17 Mercer W 82-63 2/20 at Miami L 71-88 2/24 * Rollins L 73-83 2/26 ^ vs. Tulane L 66-80 2/29 Florida State L 60-72 ^ - at Orlando, Fla. % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) * - Florida Intercollegiate Conference game 1968-69 Overall Record: 14-12 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/30 at Rollins L 72-77 12/2 at Mercer W 82-80 12/4 at Louisville L 69-84 12/9 Louisiana W 69-65 12/11 ^ vs. The Citadel L 74-87 12/14 Bethune-Cookman W 89-87 12/21 Baldwin-Wallace W 98-84 1/3 ^^ vs. New Hampshire L 90-94 1/6 % Taylor W 107-94 1/7 % Illinois State L 91-92 1/13 at Jacksonville L 74-85 1/16 at Florida Southern L 80-84 1/21 Rider W 74-69 1/25 at Tampa W 92-69 1/27 Fairleigh-Dickinson W 99-85 1/29 Miami L 90-98 2/4 at Miami W 87-83 2/8 Florida Southern W 89-79 2/10 at Florida State L 67-95 2/15 Mercer L 93-97 2/17 Florida Presbyterian W 106-79 2/19 Rollins W 97-77 2/22 Mississippi W 120-89 2/24 Jacksonville L 86-96 2/27 Tampa W 98-75 3/1 Belmont Abbey L 95-99 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) ^ - at Winter Park, Fla.

^^ - at Orlando, Fla. 1969-70 Overall Record: 22-7 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 Rollins W 77-76 12/3 at UNLV L 92-95 12/5 at UC-Santa Barbara L 72-90 12/9 at North Texas State L 75-85 12/13 UNC Charlotte W 122-69 12/20 Rochester W 84-53 12/29 & vs. VMI W 62-61 12/30 & vs. Boston W 86-67 1/2 Armstrong State W 114 -80 1/5 % Lafayette W 82-78 1/6 % Georgetown (KY) W 98-75 1/10 Fairleigh Dickinson W 86-65 1/12 Tampa W 101-78 1/15 at Florida Southern W 93-71 1/17 ^ vs. #14 Louisville W 87-80 1/20 Florida Southern W 85-66 1/24 Miami W 116-88 1/29 Maine W 115-70 2/4 at Florida Presbyterian W 102-76 2/7 at Tampa L 92-102 2/14 at Rollins L 81-102 2/16 at Mercer W 91-60 2/21 at Miami W 95-86 2/23 Belmont Abbey W 103-86 2/26 Florida State L 64-94 2/28 Mercer W 74-78 3/6 # vs. Mount St. Mary’s W 78-77 3/7 # at Georgia Southern W 93-86 3/12 + vs. Buffalo State L 74-75 & - Gold Coast Classic (West Palm Beach, Fla.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) ^ - at Orlando, Fla. # - NCAA South Atlantic Regional (Statesboro, Ga.) + NCAA College Division Finals (Evansville, Ind.) 1970-71 Overall Record: 19-9 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 St. Leo W 77-63 12/3 at Dartmouth L 71-79 12/5 at Providence L 57-77 12/9 Rollins W 88-67 12/12 Armstrong State W 96-72 12/18 Georgia State W 113-79 12/29 ! vs. Seton Hall L 60-61 12/30 ! vs. Rollins W 67-57 1/2 Lakeland W 78-64 1/4 % Brandis W 105-84 1/5 % Wisconsin-Green Bay L 66-67 1/7 McMurray W 77-63 1/16 at Mercer L 53-73

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S t ets on U nivers ity year-by-year results 1/18 at Florida State L 71-78 1/22 at Florida Southern W 72-69 1/25 St. Peter’s W 93-84 1/30 Miami W 80-74 2/2 Wisconsin L 73-74 2/4 at Rollins W 97-81 2/6 Florida Presbyterian W 106-84 2/8 at Miami W 91-76 2/15 at Tulane L 85-97 2/18 Florida Southern W 82-75 2/20 Mercer W 78-64 2/24 Biscayne W 66-56 3/1 Chicago State W 103-80 3/12 # vs. Old Dominion L 65-89 3/13 # vs. Roanoke W 91-72 ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) # - NCAA College Division Tournament, South Atlantic Regional (Norfolk, Va.) 1971-72 Overall Record: 6-20 NCAA University Division I Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 South Florida L 73-74 12/3 at Rollins W 83-80 12/6 & vs. Florida State L 54-90 12/7 & vs. Tennessee Tech L 66-67 12/9 at Oklahoma L 78-94 12/11 at Texas L 58-86 12/17 Baldwin-Wallace W 75-58 12/18 ^ vs. Tennessee Tech L 74-97 12/29 ! vs. William & Mary L 67-94 12/30 ! vs. Rollins L 81-82 1/3 % Lehigh W 58-57 1/4 % Georgia Southern L 68-73 1/6 Missouri-St. Louis L 69-74 1/8 Hartford W 100-96 1/10 Loras W 69-67 1/17 Monmouth L 73-84 1/22 at Florida Southern L 78-81 1/24 at Jacksonville L 84-107 1/26 ^ vs. The Citadel L 70-85 1/29 Rollins L 81-87 2/2 at South Carolina L 64-98 2/7 at The Citadel L 68-93 2/15 Florida Southern L 53-60 2/19 at South Florida L 79-100 2/26 ^ vs. Florida State L 47-49 2/28 Chicago State W 108-89 & - Civitan Classic (Jacksonville, Fla.) ^ - at Winter Park, Fla. ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.) % - Hatter Classic (Winter Park, Fla.)

1972-73 Overall Record: 15-11 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/2 at Western Kentucky L 83-91 12/4 at Tennessee Tech L 88-103 12/7 ^ vs. Oklahoma L 76-84 12/13 Rollins W 83-56 12/21 Illinois Wesleyan W 80-70 12/27 ! vs. Colgate W 69-68 12/28 ! vs. East Tennessee State L 58-80 1/2 % Bucknell W 59-55 1/3 % Florida Southern W 78-69 1/6 ^ vs. Arkansas State W 90-79 1/8 Lehigh W 84-78 1/13 Catholic (DBCC) W 82-80 1/15 St. Mary’s W 76-62 1/17 at Florida State L 67-84 1/23 New Hampshire W 101-92 1/25 ^ vs. Tulane L 63-76 1/31 ^ vs. Jacksonville L 74-78 2/3 College of Charleston W 95-52 2/6 at Clemson L 68-89 2/10 Ferris State W 81-68 2/14 Florida Southern W 52-50 2/17 at Georgia Tech W 81-70 2/19 at South Carolina L 52-81 2/22 at Florida Southern L 66-73 2/24 ^ vs. Marshall L 67-86 3/1 at Rollins W 85-83 ^ - at Winter Park, Fla. ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) DBCC - at Daytona Beach Community College 1973-74 Overall Record: 17-9 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/6 at UNLV L 50-66 12/8 at Texas Tech L 61-72 12/11 Lipscomb W 86-62 12/15 ^ vs. Tennessee Tech W 72-56 12/21 Illinois Wesleyan W 89-63 12/28 ! vs. Seton Hall W 102-76 12/29 ! vs. Bowling Green W 81-64 1/2 % St. Francis L 60-70 1/3 % Florida Tech W 86-68 1/5 ^ vs. Virginia W 78-76 1/10 Wright State W 64-61 1/12 at Arkansas State L 56-60 1/14 at Tulane L 58-64 1/18 at Southern Illinois L 72-74 1/21 at Marshall L 58-68 1/26 West Florida W 90-71 1/28 Baptist W 100-60 1/31 ^ vs. Oklahoma City W 89-81

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2/2 ^^ vs. New Mexico W 67-65 2/5 at Florida Southern W 68-52 2/12 ^ vs. Southern Illinois L 67-76 2/14 at Rollins (ot) W 65-61 2/18 at Jacksonville L 62-71 2/21 Rollins W 61-57 2/23 Fairleigh Dickinson W 58-53 2/27 Florida Southern W 92-66 ^ - at Winter Park, Fla. ^^ - at Lakeland, Fla. ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) 1974-75 Overall Record: 22-4 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/5 Marshall W 73-58 12/7 at California W 59-43 12/9 at New Mexico L 82-90 12/12 Western Kentucky W 68-66 12/20 Fairleigh Dickinson W 81-67 12/27 ! vs. Central Michigan L 77-78 12/28 ! vs. Rollins W 84-79 1/2 Yale W 79-66 1/4 Hartford W 109-73 1/6 % Lehigh W 72-57 1/7 % American (ot) W 71-65 1/10 Rochester W 108-78 1/18 Wright State W 62-38 1/20 at Arkansas State W 56-51 1/29 at Georgia Southern (ot) W 85-81 2/3 at Tennessee Tech W 74-61 2/5 at Southern Illinois L 60-95 2/8 Birmingham-Southern W 88-65 2/13 Northern Illinois W 88-47 2/15 Jacksonville W 48-47 2/18 Southern Illinois W 70-65 2/22 at Florida Southern W 83-77 2/24 Georgia Southern W 101-72 3/1 at Virginia L 58-60 3/3 Tulane W 99-74 3/5 Florida State W 63-54 ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) 1975-76 Overall Record: 17-9 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/28 & vs. McNeese State (ot) L 81-84 11/29 & vs. Georgia Southern W 91-68 12/6 Georgia Southern W 92-80 12/8 St. Bernard W 81-66 12/11 at Florida State L 71-81 12/13 Baptist W 77-58 12/20 Tennessee Tech W 86-74 12/29 ! vs. Marshall W 91-85


S t ets on U nivers ity YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 12/30 ! vs. Rollins (ot) L 51-54 1/2 Rutgers L 70-91 1/5 % The Citadel W 66-60 1/6 % Mercer W 58-47 1/9 @ vs. American L 45-49 1/10 @ vs. Columbia W 93-84 1/12 at Marshall W 75-68 1/17 Wright State W 70-66 1/21 Jacksonville L 59-66 1/24 at Georgia Southern W 79-66 1/30 Biscayne W 83-81 2/7 Florida A&M W 72-64 2/10 at Jacksonville L 51-57 2/12 Samford W 86-69 2/16 at Northern Illinois L 68-80 2/19 Florida Southern W 84-71 2/28 Arkansas State W 75-71 3/3 South Alabama L 61-74 & - New Orleans Classic (New Orleans, La.) ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) @ - Connecticut Classic (Storrs, Ct.) 1976-77 Overall Record: 15-12 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/27 at South Alabama W 66-65 11/29 at Samford L 69-74 12/3 & vs. Denver L 63-65 12/4 & vs. Robert Morris W 70-60 12/6 at Tennessee Tech L 89-91 12/10 % Long Island W 57-47 12/11 % St. Francis W 76-75 12/18 Clemson L 64-78 12/20 Austin Peay (ot) L 66-68 12/29 ! vs. Fordham W 68-56 12/30 ! vs. Western Kentucky (ot) W 71-70 1/3 The Citadel L 71-67 1/6 Marshall W 74-63 1/10 Hardin-Simmons W 97-74 1/13 at Georgia Southern L 72-73 1/18 Southwestern Louisiana L 67-74 1/22 at South Florida W 57-56 1/27 at UNC Wilmington W 78-71 1/29 at Richmond L 60-69 2/3 Baptist W 83-73 2/5 South Florida L 54-55 2/7 at Jacksonville W 60-54 2/12 Florida State (ot) L 80-87 2/16 Jacksonville W 86-68 2/19 UNC Wilmington W 86-78 2/26 Georgia Southern W 78-72 2/28 Old Dominion L 72-79 & - Indiana Hall of Fame (Terre Haute, Ind.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.)

1977-78 Overall Record: 14-13 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/26 at Southwestern Louisiana L 85-89 11/30 at Ohio State L 71-108 12/2 Brown W 84-75 12/3 Manhattan L 88-92 12/7 Bethune-Cookman W 71-66 12/9 % Arkansas State W 71-55 12/10 % New Orleans L 61-84 12/21 at South Florida L 63-69 12/23 Colorado L 53-65 12/28 ! vs. William & Mary L 60-61 12/29 ! vs. Bowling Green W 78-66 1/3 Richmond W 73-56 1/7 St. Xavier W 102-92 1/14 Maine W 53-49 1/16 SUNY-Fredonia State W 76-49 1/20 at Jacksonville L 52-63 1/25 at South Carolina W 81-59 1/28 Samford W 62-56 2/4 at Clemson L 65-85 2/6 at George Washington L 73-96 2/9 Mercer W 66-65 2/11 South Florida W 86-74 2/13 Furman L 71-77 2/15 at LaSalle L 72-77 2/18 Northwest Louisiana W 85-70 2/22 at Mercer L 64-68 3/1 Campbell W 92-78 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.) 1978-79 Overall Record: 15-12 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/25 at UNLV L 83-84 11/27 at Colorado L 71-74 11/30 ^ vs. UNC Wilmington L 82-92 12/2 Ohio L 95-98 12/6 Jacksonville W 83-71 12/8 Cleveland State L 61-64 12/9 East Carolina W 107-82 12/20 Chicago W 96-52 12/22 LaSalle W 90-76 12/28 ! vs. American (2ot) L 94-98 12/29 ! vs. VMI W 98-89 1/4 Evansville W 76-73 1/6 Columbia (ot) L 78-81 1/10 at South Florida W 56-54 1/13 at Mercer W 82-75 1/15 at Furman W 91-85 1/20 Campbell W 105-99 1/22 South Florida W 100-89 1/27 George Washington W 91-90

2/5 at Old Dominion L 94-97 2/7 at Richmond L 88-101 2/10 Air Force W 67-62 2/13 at Marquette L 78-86 2/17 at Oral Roberts L 97-126 2/19 at Samford W 77-75 2/23 South Carolina (2ot) W 86-82 2/28 Mercer L 81-82 ^ - at Gainesville, Fla. ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.) 1979-80 Overall Record: 15-12 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/30 Indiana-Southeast W 85-68 12/4 at Jacksonville L 63-75 12/8 Ohio State L 50-69 12/15 SIU-Edwardsville W 93-81 12/17 ! vs. Manhattan W 101-82 12/18 ! vs. Rollins W 84-68 12/20 Duquesne L 67-76 12/22 Catholic W 92-81 1/2 % Houston Baptist L 68-69 1/3 % Lehigh W 69-56 1/5 Dickinson W 91-56 1/8 Buffalo W 82-62 1/12 at LaSalle L 64-74 1/14 at George Washington L 79-97 1/17 Mercer W 92-70 1/21 South Florida W 76-70 1/24 at Air Force L 57-58 1/26 at Samford L 75-77 1/30 at Mercer L 56-75 2/4 Old Dominion L 64-66 2/9 Oral Roberts W 81-75 2/11 Samford W 68-65 2/14 Jacksonville L 56-60 2/16 George Mason W 110-90 2/18 at South Florida L 72-81 2/20 Marquette W 77-72 2/27 Florida A&M W 80-70 ! - Tangerine Bowl Classic (Winter Park, Fla.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) 1980-81 Overall Record: 18-9 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/29 at Duke L 49-67 12/1 Otterbein W 79-77 12/5 % Appalachian State W 65-58 12/6 % Florida A&M L 74-80 12/12 ! vs. Hofstra W 76-72 12/13 ! vs. UCF (2ot) L 73-75 12/18 at South Florida L 72-73 1/5 Robert Morris W 77-66 1/7 Westchester State W 88-73

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S t ets on U nivers ity year-by-year results 1/8 Siena W 80-71 1/10 SUNY-Buffalo W 79-50 1/12 Southwestern Louisiana W 85-71 1/17 at Southwestern Louisiana L 75-96 1/19 at Samford L 75-83 1/24 at Duquesne L 58-59 1/26 at Old Dominion L 65-75 1/31 at Mercer (ot) W 63-62 2/3 Jacksonville W 64-51 2/5 at Georgia Southern W 81-77 2/12 Mercer W 76-71 2/14 Samford W 88-66 2/17 at Jacksonville (ot) W 56-54 2/21 Bethune-Cookman W 73-54 2/23 South Florida W 54-45 2/25 Georgia Southern W 106-83 2/28 New Orleans W 77-64 3/4 at Marquette L 58-91 ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) 1981-82 Overall Record: 12-15 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/27 & vs. Ball State W 63-47 11/28 & vs. Clemson L 72-79 12/2 at Auburn L 59-60 12/5 Mercer L 72-75 12/8 George Washington W 75-68 12/11 ! vs. Navy W 80-56 12/12 ! vs. Niagara W 80-57 12/21 @ at UNLV L 59-66 12/22 @ vs. Idaho L 60-70 1/4 % Morehead State W 68-61 1/5 % New Orleans W 67-66 1/7 Robert Morris W 80-76 1/11 Baltimore W 65-62 1/16 SUNY-Fredonia W 97-60 1/18 Southwestern Louisiana W 77-69 1/21 at New Orleans L 64-82 1/23 at Southwestern Louisiana L 54-72 1/28 Wisconsin-Green Bay W 72-61 1/30 at Mercer (ot) L 76-77 2/3 Bethune-Cookman L 76-82 2/10 Duke W 88-81 2/15 Jacksonville L 84-98 2/18 at West Virginia L 60-68 2/20 Old Dominion L 66-68 2/23 at Jacksonville L 59-60 2/27 LaSalle L 69-71 3/6 Marquette L 61-72 & - IPTAY Tournament (Clemson, S.C.) ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) @ - Rebel Roundup (Las Vegas, Nev.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.)

1982-83 Overall Record: 19-9 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/29 Bethune-Cookman W 85-51 12/4 St. Francis (N.Y.) W 64-62 12/6 Auburn W 59-58 12/10 % Tennessee Tech W 68-67 12/11 % Georgia State W 64-63 12/18 Dartmouth W 64-61 12/21 West Virginia W 76-69 12/29 ! vs. Temple W 79-73 12/30 ! vs. Purdue L 60-61 1/3 Fordham L 56-57 1/5 Richmond L 52-53 1/8 at Mercer L 80-81 1/11 Utica W 65-50 1/13 at Marshall W 68-65 1/15 at Samford W 93-70 1/18 Mercer W 74-73 1/24 at New Orleans W 78-72 1/25 at Southwestern Louisiana L 69-71 1/27 Eckerd W 77-67 2/7 at Cincinnati L 59-67 2/10 Samford W 52-50 2/12 New Orleans W 72-70 2/16 at Duke L 80-89 2/21 Southwestern Louisiana L 72-74 2/23 Saint Leo W 99-76 2/26 Ferris State W 85-74 3/1 at Marquette (ot) L 66-69 3/5 Baptist W 69-68 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) ! - Tangerine Bowl Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) 1983-84 Overall Record: 19-9 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/26 at Florida W 77-73 11/28 Mississippi College W 68-67 12/6 Mercer W 91-76 12/9 % Georgia Southern W 81-68 12/10 % Houston Baptist W 71-63 12/16 & at Houston L 71-92 12/17 & vs. Santa Clara L 60-73 12/21 Florida A&M W 94-72 12/29 ! vs. UCF W 74-58 12/30 ! vs. South Carolina L 51-64 1/2 Hartford W 69-55 1/4 Army W 69-51 1/7 Campbell W 76-58 1/14 New Orleans L 56-58 1/16 Baptist W 63-61 1/18 at Mercer W 70-68 1/21 at UNC Wilmington W 44-43 1/25 Armstrong State W 44-72

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2/4 at New Orleans L 57-64 2/6 at Southwestern Louisiana W 66-59 2/9 Bethune-Cookman W 105-58 2/11 Southwestern Louisiana (ot) L 69-73 2/15 Duke L 69-80 2/18 at Marquette L 55-69 2/22 at Furman L 61-64 2/25 Georgia State W 79-62 2/27 UNC Wilmington W 57-47 3/3 at Georgia State W 90-69 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) & - Houston Kettle Classic (Houston, Tex.) ! - Citrus Bowl Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) 1984-85 Overall Record: 12-16 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/24 at Auburn L 50-92 11/26 Furman W 60-58 11/29 Presbyterian L 63-66 12/4 Mercer L 71-89 12/7 % Marist W 59-57 12/8 % East Tennessee State W 65-55 12/14 & vs. St. Joseph’s (Pa.) L 55-57 12/15 & vs. Western Kentucky L 47-70 12/20 Tennessee-Martin L 61-75 12/22 Florida (OCCC) L 54-70 12/27 ! vs. Florida A&M W 66-56 12/28 ! vs. Ohio State L 67-73 1/3 North Carolina (OCCC) L 71-85 1/5 St. Joseph’s (Me.) W 94-60 1/9 Brown W 71-68 1/12 Southwestern Louisiana L 65-77 1/14 at Pan American W 66-59 1/16 at Mercer W 61-53 1/23 Armstrong State W 74-64 1/28 New Orleans W 90-74 2/2 at New Orleans L 61-70 2/4 at Southwestern Louisiana L 72-89 2/11 Bethune-Cookman W 100-83 2/13 at Duke L 51-94 2/16 at UCF W 71-64 2/23 UCF L 60-66 2/25 Pan American L 64-74 3/3 at Oral Roberts L 76-93 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) & - Indiana Classic (Bloomington, Ind.) ! - Florida Citrus Bowl Tourament (Orlando, Fla.) OCCC - Orange County Civic Center 1985-86 Overall Record: 10-18 Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/26 at Purdue L 52-88 11/30 Mercer W 75-72 12/2 Bethune-Cookman W 103-78


S t ets on U nivers ity YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 12/6 % Brooklyn W 76-69 12/7 % Loyola L 62-69 12/14 Auburn (OC) L 54-77 12/16 Northeastern L 61-75 12/29 Dartmouth W 79-53 12/21 Rider W 71-63 12/30 at Florida L 66-69 1/2 Xavier L 70-77 1/4 Fordham (OC) L 61-71 1/9 Towson State W 61 -60 1/11 at Rollins W 80-70 1/18 at Texas-San Antonio L 91-93 1/20 at Texas-Pan American L 54-77 1/28 at Mercer L 53-67 2/1 at New Orleans L 52-64 2/3 at Southwestern Louisiana L 55-83 2/6 New Orleans L 60-78 2/8 Texas-San Antonio W 68-64 2/11 #2 Duke (OC) L 66-85 2/15 at UCF W 87-81 2/19 Marquette (OC) L 63-68 2/22 Southwestern Louisiana L 69-82 2/24 Texas-Pan American L 69-73 3/1 at Wake Forest L 61-69 3/5 UCF W 87-59 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) OC - Ocean Center 1986-87 Overall Record: 18-13 (13-5 A-Sun) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/28 Purdue (OC) L 65-97 12/1 Florida (OC) L 75-98 12/3 at North Carolina L 64-100 12/6 * at Centenary W 82-64 12/15 Cincinnati W 60-55 12/19 @ Eastern Kentucky (OC) W 88-68 12/20 @ Georgia (OC) L 83-94 1/3 * at Mercer W 57-56 1/5 * at Georgia State L 61-71 1/10 * at Georgia Southern L 64-65 1/12 at Florida State L 75-83 1/15 * Centenary W 100-78 1/17 * Houtson Baptist W 78-77 1/24 * at Arkansas-Little Rock L 71-72 1/26 * at Houston Baptist L 66-76 1/29 * Hardin-Simmons W 94-74 1/31 * Texas-San Antonio W 79-75 2/2 at Duke L 59-62 2/4 * Mercer W 71-65 2/5 * at Samford W 72-60 2/7 at Marquette L 68-76 2/9 * Georgia State W 91-86 2/12 * Georgia Southern W 68-61 2/16 * at Hardin-Simmons W 76-63 2/17 * at Texas-San Antonio W 80-69

2/21 at Chaminade W 77-72 2/26 * Samford W 65-63 2/28 * Arkansas-Little Rock L 64-66 3/5 $ vs. Mercer W 75-68 3/6 $ vs. Houston Baptist W 73-68 3/7 $ vs. Georgia Southern L 46-49 OC - Ocean Center @ - Hawaiian Tropic Classic (Daytona Beach, Fla.) $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Little Rock, Ark.) 1987-88 Overall Record: 13-15 (8-10 A-Sun) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/27 Rollins W 70-61 11/30 Bethune-Cookman W 90-63 12/3 at North Carolina L 74-86 12/16 Florida State (OC) L 67-80 12/18 Georgia Southwestern W 98-52 12/22 Northeastern W 78-73 12/30 Southern Illinois W 98-96 1/2 * at Hardin-Simmons W 71-68 1/4 * at Texas-San Antonio L 62-81 1/7 * Mercer W 79-67 1/9 * Georgia State W 95-79 1/16 * at Georgia Southern L 51-74 1/21 * at Centenary L 85-94 1/23 * at Houston Baptist L 66-67 1/25 Duke (OC) L 78-81 1/28 * Samford W 80-67 1/30 * Arkansas-Little Rock W 86-68 2/4 * Hardin-Simmons L 77-81 2/6 * Texas-San Antonio L 72-74 2/8 Marquette (OC) L 57-70 2/11 * at Mercer L 74-86 2/13 * at Georgia State L 58-64 2/20 * Georgia Southern L 58-61 2/25 * Centenary W 90-65 2/27 * Houston Baptist W 65-49 3/3 * at Samford W 86-75 3/5 * at Arkansas-Little Rock L 81-125 3/10 $ Texas-San Antonio (OC) L 74-78 OC - Ocean Center $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Daytona Beach, Fla.) 1988-89 Overall Record: 17-12 (10-8 A-Sun) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/26 * at Houston Baptist W 77-71 11/30 at Bethune-Cookman W 79-68 12/5 at Duke L 62-90 12/7 Western Michigan W 82-73 12/9 at Florida State L 74-91 12/17 * at Arkansas-Little Rock L 70-88 12/19 * at Samford W 87-68 12/30 William & Mary W 91-82 1/2 Liberty W 88-66

1/5 * Mercer W 81-64 1/7 * Georgia State L 82-90 1/11 Wake Forest (OC) L 73-84 1/14 * Georgia Southern L 56-60 1/16 South Florida W 75-73 1/19 * at Hardin-Simmons W 80-54 1/21 * at Texas-San Antonio W 82-78 1/26 * Centenary W 82-78 1/28 * Houston Baptist W 61-54 2/4 * at Georgia State L 69-75 2/6 * at Mercer L 76-83 2/11 * at Georgia Southern L 67-76 2/16 * Texas-San Antonio L 88-95 2/18 * Hardin-Simmons W 95-69 2/25 * at Centenary L 79-85 2/27 Oral Roberts (OC) W 94-83 3/2 * Arkansas-Little Rock W 87-78 3/4 * Samford W 70-65 3/7 $ vs. Georgia State W 106-63 3/8 $ at Arkansas-Little Rock L 59 -60 OC - Ocean Center $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Little Rock, Ark.) 1989-90 Overall Record: 15-17 (8-8 A-Sun) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/24 @ vs. Bradley W 74-67 11/25 @ vs. Clemson L 61-62 11/26 @ vs. Eastern Michigan L 83-88 11/29 Eckerd W 75-74 12/1 & vs. Loyola Marymount L 95-125 12/2 & vs. Campbell W 77-63 12/5 at South Florida L 54-68 12/8 % Bethune-Cookman W 116-87 12/9 % Eastern Michigan L 82-89 12/16 * Hardin-Simmons W 66-64 12/18 * Texas-San Antonio L 74-90 12/20 Drexel W 87-77 12/22 at Florida State L 83-92 12/30 Texas L 82-102 1/4 * at Samford W 79-77 1/6 * at Arkansas-Little Rock L 62-64 1/13 * Georgia Southern L 70-71 1/18 * Centenary L 97-112 1/25 * at Georgia State L 64-82 1/27 * at Mercer W 68-58 2/1 * Arkansas-Little Rock L 89-92 2/3 * Samford W 82-75 2/10 * at Georgia Southern L 66-75 2/12 Duke (OA) L 67-102 2/17 * at Centenary L 88-114 2/22 * Mercer W 78-70 2/24 * Georgia State W 92-83 2/27 at Bethune-Cookman W 113-95 3/1 * at Hardin-Simmons W 92-80 3/3 * at Texas-San Antonio W 87-83

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S t ets on U nivers ity year-by-year results 3/6 $ vs. Georgia Southern W 80-55 3/7 $ vs. Centenary (ot) L 93-97 @ - Puerto Rico Shootout (San Juan, Puerto Rico) & - Gator Bowl Classic (Jacksonville, Fla.) % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) OA - Orlando Arena $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Little Rock, Ark.) 1990-91 Overall Record: 15-16 (9-5 A-Sun) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/24 at Purdue W 58-56 11/26 at Florida International L 84-88 11/30 % Hofstra L 62-64 12/1 % Bethune-Cookman W 63-60 12/4 at UNC Wilmington L 58-62 12/6 Bethune-Cookman L 72-73 12/15 at South Florida L 61-63 12/21 at Brigham Young W 77-75 12/28 & vs. California W 69-66 12/29 & vs. Pittsburgh L 69-84 12/30 & vs. Wichita State L 58-69 1/4 South Florida L 71-72 1/9 at Bethune-Cookman W 84-73 1/12 * at Georgia Southern L 67-71 1/14 Florida State (OA) L 64-69 1/19 * at Georgia State W 84-69 1/21 * at Mercer W 83-54 1/24 * Centenary W 93-63 1/26 * Texas-San Antonio L 87-103 1/31 * at Samford W 80-70 2/2 * at Arkansas-Little Rock W 69-61 2/9 * Georgia Southern L 62-78 2/14 * Mercer W 68-55 2/16 * Georgia State W 70-61 2/18 Florida International W 89-67 2/21 * at Centenary L 87-94 2/23 * at Texas-San Antonio L 80-87 2/25 at Texas L 83-96 2/28 * Samford W 81-59 3/2 * Arkansas-Little Rock W 89-74 3/5 $ Georgia State L 64-70 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) & - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, Hi.) OA - Orlando Arena $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (DeLand, Fla.) 1991-92 Overall Record: 11-17 (6-8 A-Sun) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 11/22 at South Florida L 75-91 11/25 Bethune-Cookman W 106-85 11/27 Delaware L 85-103 11/30 Saint Leo W 143-125 12/6 % UNC Ashville W 91-88 12/7 % Monmouth L 66-87

12/17 at Purdue L 75-101 12/21 UNC Wilmington L 87-90 12/30 Iona (ot) L 102-105 1/2 Radford L 57-66 1/4 at Ole Miss L 64-84 1/8 Barry W 82-79 1/11 * at Florida International L 62-78 1/16 * Samford W 71-70 1/18 * Georgia State W 81-73 1/23 * at Centenary L 64-69 1/25 * at Southeastern Louisiana W 85-81 1/30 * Georgia Southern L 67-103 2/1 * Mercer W 87-78 2/8 * Florida International (ot) L 65-68 2/13 * at Samford L 59-75 2/15 * at Georgia State L 66-71 2/17 Southern Methodist W 83-63 2/20 * Centenary W 91-88 2/22 * Southeastern Louisiana W 80-75 2/27 * at Georgia Southern L 76-104 2/29 * at Mercer L 66-79 3/6 $ vs. Samford L 44-58 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Statesboro, Ga.) 1992-93 Overall Record: 14-13 (6-6 A-Sun) Head Coach: Dr. Glenn Wilkes Date Opponent W/L Result 12/1 at Florida L 52-70 12/4 % Bethune-Cookman W 2-0 F 12/5 % Central Michigan L 83-84 12/11 & vs. Michigan State L 59-78 12/12 & vs. Cal St.-Northridge L 61-65 12/19 McNeese State L 74-80 12/30 at Southern Methodist L 77-87 1/2 St. Joseph’s W 82-75 1/4 Buffalo (ot) W 89-82 1/7 at Bethune-Cookman W 82-79 1/9 * Florida International L 63-66 1/11 Florida Atlantic W 63-60 1/14 * at Samford L 71-88 1/16 * at Georgia State L 81-93 1/18 UCF W 98-81 1/21 * Centenary W 81-77 1/23 * Southeastern Louisiana W 83-77 1/30 * at Mercer L 70-75 2/1 North Florida W 95-75 2/6 * at Florida International L 75-82 2/11 * Samford W 76-57 2/13 * Georgia State L 89-100 2/15 South Florida (OA) L 73-89 2/18 * at Centenary (ot) W 95-82 2/20 * at Southeastern Louisiana W 79-74 2/27 * Mercer W 94-87 3/2 at UCF W 95-82 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.)

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& - Los Angeles Classic (Los Angeles, Calif.) OA - Orlando Arena 1993-94 Overall Record: 14-15 (9-7 A-Sun) Head Coach: Dan Hipsher Date Opponent W/L Result 11/27 at Jacksonville L 69-95 11/30 at South Florida L 55-62 12/11 at Florida L 44-90 12/13 Florida Atlantic W 94-78 12/18 West Florida W 89-66 12/29 % Rider L 67-69 12/30 % Northeastern W 81-72 1/6 * at Georgia State W 69-63 1/8 * at Samford W 43-40 1/13 * Mercer W 67-63 1/15 * College of Charleston L 48-53 1/17 * at Florida International W 75-67 1/22 * UCF (ot) L 91-96 1/27 * at Southeastern Louisiana L 76-88 1/29 * at Centenary L 73-90 1/31 at Georgia L 61-79 2/3 * Samford W 56-52 2/5 * Georgia State L 61-80 2/7 at Florida Atlantic (ot) L 78-82 2/10 * Florida International W 61-58 2/12 * at Mercer W 80-71 2/14 * at College of Charleston L 47-70 2/16 South Florida (OA) L 58-82 2/19 * at UCF L 77-82 2/26 * Centenary W 77-67 2/28 * Southeastern Louisiana W 74-71 3/3 $ vs. Southeastern La. W 91-61 3/4 $ vs. Samford W 54-42 3/5 $ at Central Florida L 67-70 % - Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) OA - Orlando Arena $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) 1994-95 Overall Record: 15-12 (11-5 A-Sun) Head Coach: Dan Hipsher Date Opponent W/L Result 11/25 at Florida L 64-73 11/30 Jacksonville L 77-89 12/7 at Furman W 70-66 12/10 Embry-Riddle W 72-69 12/20 Radford W 87-78 12/22 DePaul L 69-98 12/29 % at Toledo L 66-73 12/30 % vs. Texas Southern W 91-77 1/5 * UCF (ot) W 83-80 1/7 * Campbell W 78-58 1/9 * at College of Charleston L 59-73 1/12 at Florida Atlantic L 66-73 1/14 * Centenary W 94-60 1/19 * at Florida International W 76-69


S t ets on U nivers ity YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1/21 * at UCF W 78-65 1/23 * Samford W 83-62 1/28 * at Southeastern Louisiana W 90-85 1/30 * at Centenary (ot) L 83-86 2/4 * Mercer L 83-87 2/6 * Southeastern Louisiana W 83-71 2/8 Florida Atlantic L 63-65 2/11 * at Mercer W 92-79 2/16 * College of Charleston L 62-73 2/18 * at Georgia State W 67-64 2/20 * at Samford W 90-80 2/25 * Florida International L 61-62 3/2 $ vs. Florida International L 56-63 % - Holiday Classic (Toledo, Ohio) $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) 1995-96 Overall Record: 10-17 (6-10 A-Sun) Head Coach: Randy Brown Date Opponent W/L Result 11/24 % at Stanford L 60-92 11/25 % vs. Yale W 78-58 11/29 at DePaul L 57-90 12/4 at Jacksonville L 66-74 12/9 Embry-Riddle W 76-53 12/16 West Florida W 85-65 12/20 at Florida L 46-78 12/22 Mississippi Valley State L 61-81 12/28 Wisconsin-Milwaukee L 57-73 12/30 Furman W 66-53 1/4 * at Samford L 54-56 1/6 * at Jacksonville State L 67-96 1/11 * Southeastern Louisiana L 79-94 1/13 * Centenary W 96-83 1/18 * Georgia State W 73-61 1/20 * at Mercer L 67-77 1/25 * Florida International W 87-68 1/27 * Florida Atlantic W 84-76 2/1 * at Campbell W 75-62 2/3 * at College of Charleston L 50-63 2/5 * UCF L 66-75 2/8 * Campbell L 50-53 2/10 * College of Charleston L 58-68 2/17 * at UCF L 62-73 2/22 * at Florida Atlantic L 72-83 2/24 * at Florida International W 82-73 2/29 $ Campbell L 59-67 % - Stanford Classic (Palo Alto, Calif.) $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (DeLand, Fla.) 1996-97 Overall Record: 9-18 (5-11 A-Sun) Head Coach: Randy Brown Date Opponent W/L Result 11/23 Palm Beach Atlantic W 80-68 11/25 at Furman L 49-53 11/27 William & Mary W 73-68 11/30 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee L 56-68

12/2 Tennessee Temple W 76-58 12/14 at Florida L 47-57 12/17 at Ole Miss L 50-78 12/21 Youngstown State L 54-72 12/28 Southern Methodist L 52-72 12/30 The Citadel W 52-50 1/2 * Samford L 45-46 1/4 * Jacksonville State W 86-78 1/9 * at Southeastern Louisiana L 62-64 1/11 * at Centenary W 68-62 1/16 * at Georgia State (ot) L 52-57 1/18 * Mercer W 75-67 1/23 * at Florida International L 72-78 125 * at Florida Atlantic L 55-72 1/30 * Campbell L 66-80 2/1 * College of Charleston L 56-77 2/3 * at UCF W 71-59 2/6 * at Campbell L 66-78 2/8 * at College of Charleston L 44-62 2/15 * UCF W 85-70 2/20 * Florida Atlantic L 60-62 2/22 * Florida International L 77-85 2/27 $ vs. Samford L 51-60 $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Charleston, SC) 1997-98 Overall Record: 11-15 (8-8 A-Sun) Head Coach: Murray Arnold Date Opponent W/L Result 11/15 at William & Mary L 51-72 11/17 West Florida L 79-81 11/21 at Florida L 69-79 11/29 Furman (ot) W 75-73 12/4 Bethune-Cookman W 69-65 12/13 at The Citadel L 64-77 12/20 Catholic W 86-70 12/28 at Southern Methodist L 45-76 12/29 at Rice L 55-75 1/3 * at Georgia State W 69-65 1/5 * at Mercer W 76-64 1/10 * Centenary W 83-70 1/12 * Troy State W 83-67 1/15 * Jacksonville State L 58-61 1/17 * at Samford L 79-98 1/22 * Campbell W 82-60 1/24 * College of Charleston L 63-67 1/29 * at Florida Atlantic W 60-57 1/31 * at Florida International L 80-101 2/2 * at UCF L 74-77 2/5 * Florida International L 60-73 2/7 * Florida Atlantic W 81-61 2/14 * UCF L 84-88 2/19 * at College of Charleston L 53-67 2/21 * at Campell W 78-75 2/26 $ vs. Georgia State L 59-80 $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Charleston, SC)

1998-99 Overall Record: 14-13 (10-6 A-Sun) Head Coach: Murray Arnold Date Opponent W/L Result 11/14 at Furman L 59-66 11/16 at #24 Clemson L 39-66 11/21 Flagler W 89-64 11/25 Charleston Southern W 82-74 11/28 at Tulane L 60-80 12/5 The Citadel W 83-60 12/9 at Bethune-Cookman L 65-71 12/19 Belmont L 60-71 12/21 at Notre Dame L 55-79 12/29 Anderson (SC) W 73-40 1/4 * Centenary W 68-55 1/7 * at Jacksonville W 62-47 1/11 * at Centenary L 77-85 1/14 * at Florida Atlantic W 73-57 1/16 * at UCF L 65-84 1/21 * Troy State W 86-73 1/23 * Mercer W 85-67 1/28 * at Campbell W 83-67 1/30 * at Georgia State L 61-76 2/4 * Jacksonville State W 59-44 2/6 * Samford L 66-73 2/9 * UCF L 68-80 2/13 * at Troy State W 80-76 2/15 * at Mercer W 60-43 2/18 * Florida Atlantic W 87-61 2/20 * Jacksonville (ot) L 61-62 2/25 $ vs. Centenary L 54-57 $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Jacksonville, Fla.) 1999-2000 Overall Record: 13-15 (8-10 A-Sun) Head Coach: Murray Arnold Date Opponent W/L Result 11/20 Puerto Rico-Mayaguez W 79-51 11/22 Furman W 63-60 11/26 at NC State L 45-79 12/4 * Jacksonville State L 52-57 12/6 * at Mercer W 77-74 12/8 at The Citadel W 70-60 12/18 at Charleston Southern L 73-76 12/20 at Vanderbilt L 62-94 12/22 at Belmont W 67-57 12/28 & vs. Weber State L 81-82 12/29 & at Florida A&M W 66-62 1/4 * Samford L 57-73 1/8 * at Campbell L 60-66 1/10 * at Georgia State L 64-79 1/15 * at Jacksonville W 71-69 1/20 * Florida Atlantic W 76-56 1/22 * UCF W 88-86 1/24 * at Troy State L 64-75 1/29 * at Florida Atlantic W 73-62 1/31 * at UCF W 75-61

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S t ets on U nivers ity year-by-year results 2/3 * Troy State W 88-71 2/5 * Mercer L 74-86 2/10 * at Samford L 57-92 2/12 * at Jacksonville State L 65-71 2/17 * Georgia State L 66-74 2/19 * Campbell L 61-67 2/24 * Jacksonville W 83-79 3/1 $ vs. Florida Atlantic L 56-66 & - Capital City Classic (Tallahassee, Fla.) $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Jacksonville, Fla.) 2000-01 Overall Record: 17-12 (11-7 A-Sun) Head Coach: Murray Arnold / Derek Waugh Date Opponent W/L Result 11/18 Elon W 75-46 11/21 Flagler W 89-67 11/27 at Charleston Southern W 85-59 12/2 * at Samford L 57-64 12/4 * Mercer (ot) L 76-80 12/7 at Western Carolina L 64-74 12/9 at Furman L 66-85 12/20 Birmingham-Southern W 84-68 12/28 at Southwest Mo. State W 80-76 12/30 at Missouri L 64-89 1/3 * at Jacksonville State L 66-69 1/6 * Georgia State W 71-66 1/8 * Campbell W 66-59 1/13 * Jacksonville W 78-68 1/17 * at UCF W 77-68 1/20 * at Florida Atlantic W 85-73 1/22 * Troy State (2ot) L 83-85 1/27 * UCF W 83-65 1/29 * Florida Atlantic W 92-80 2/1 * at Mercer L 72-81 2/3 * at Troy State W 88-86 2/8 * Jacksonville State W 73-59 2/10 * Samford W 74-59 2/15 * at Campbell W 76-71 2/17 * at Georgia State L 65-68 2/21 Belmont (2ot) L 85-94 2/24 * at Jacksonville L 64-82 3/1 $ vs. Mercer W 71-67 3/2 $ vs. Troy State L 69-78 $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.) 2001-02 Overall Record: 10-16 (7-13 A-Sun) Head Coach: Derek Waugh Date Opponent W/L Result 11/17 Webber International W 87-57 11/19 at College of Charleston L 58-74 11/24 at Birmingham Southern W 82-69 11/29 * at Florida Atlantic L 71-82 12/1 * at Jacksonville L 57-67 12/6 Western Carolina (2ot) W 104-102 12/16 * Belmont W 106-95 12/22 at Texas Tech L 47-101

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at #2 Florida L 66-94 * at UCF L 69-75 * Samford L 67-89 * Jacksonville State W 89-83 * at Georgia State L 73-89 * at Campbell L 82-91 * Troy State L 68-94 * Mercer W 76-71 * Jacksonville W 68-58 * at Troy State L 65-68 * at Mercer W 58-55 * Campbell W 72-69 * Georgia State L 79-94 * at Jacksonville State L 78-90 * at Samford L 50-57 * at Belmont (ot) W 82-79 * UCF L 65-78 * Florida Atlantic L 74-77 2002-03 Overall Record: 6-20 (4-12 A-Sun) Head Coach: Derek Waugh Date Opponent W/L Result 11/24 at Colorado L 74-107 11/26 at Air Force Academy L 43-72 11/30 Charleston Southern L 62-68 12/2 at Birmingham Southern L 59-75 12/7 * at Jacksonville State (ot) L 82-101 12/15 #25 College of Charleston L 64-66 12/18 at Florida State L 76-93 12/28 & vs. Dartmouth L 74-86 12/29 & vs. New Hampshire W 75-69 1/4 * Mercer L 72-86 1/6 * Troy State L 81-85 1/10 * Jacksonville L 71-75 1/13 Lipscomb W 73-68 1/18 * at UCF L 70-82 1/20 * at Florida Atlantic L 64-71 1/23 * Gardner-Webb W 78-63 1/25 * Campbell W 69-57 1/31 * Georgia State L 71-78 2/6 * at Samford L 71-79 2/8 * at Belmont W 85-80 2/13 * Florida Atlantic W 83-78 2/15 * UCF L 82-90 2/17 at Lipscomb L 64-87 2/22 * at Jacksonville L 58-73 2/27 * at Troy State L 70-117 3/1 * at Mercer L 84-101 & - Poinsettia Holiday Classic (Greenville, S.C.) 2003-04 Overall Record: 12-15 (10-10 A-Sun) Head Coach: Derek Waugh Date Opponent W/L Result 11/21 Flagler W 78-56 11/24 Puerto Rico-Mayaguez W 74-60 12/2 at Miami L 70-91

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12/6 at #2 Florida L 61-74 12/15 * at Troy State L 67-87 12/20 Colorado State L 70-79 12/30 #25 Florida State L 72-87 1/3 * at Lipscomb L 66-73 1/5 * at Belmont L 58-77 1/9 * UCF L 58-71 1/11 * Florida Atlantic (ot) W 91-89 1/14 * Jacksonville W 66-64 1/17 * at Gardner-Webb W 72-64 1/19 * at Campbell W 74-60 1/22 * Mercer W 77-68 1/24 * Georgia State L 62-93 1/27 * at Jacksonville L 74-80 1/30 * at Mercer L 62-76 2/1 * at Georgia State (ot) W 66-65 2/5 * Campbell W 75-72 2/7 * Gardner-Webb W 62-48 2/12 * at Florida Atlantic (ot2) W 76-72 2/14 * at UCF L 54-74 2/19 * Belmont L 67-88 2/21 * Lipscomb W 70-67 2/29 * Troy State L 66-68 3/4 $ vs. Georgia State L 47-55 $ - Atlantic Sun Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.) 2004-05 Overall Record: 10-17 (8-12 A-Sun) Head Coach: Derek Waugh Date Opponent W/L Result 11/19 Flagler W 63-51 11/26 at USF L 65-93 12/2 * Mercer L 76-89 12/4 * Georgia State W 79-70 12/8 at Florida L 54-93 12/18 at Miami (FL) L 50-81 12/23 at Florida State L 61-71 12/28 at Colorado State L 57-93 12/31 at Georgia W 56-52 1/3 * at Jacksonville W 68-63 1/7 * Troy L 53-56 1/9 * at Florida Atlantic (ot) L 69-81 1/11 * at UCF L 66-70 1/15 * Belmont W 71-68 1/17 * Lipscomb W 71-66 1/20 * at Gardner-Webb L 68-82 1/22 * at Campbell W 80-61 1/26 * Jacksonville L 58-70 1/29 * Gardner-Webb W 69-62 1/31 * Campbell W 70-51 2/3 * at Belmont L 69-70 2/5 * at Lipscomb W 73-71 2/10 * UCF L 62-71 2/12 * Florida Atlantic L 75-81 2/20 * at Troy L 72-80 2/25 * at Mercer (CSS) L 73-74 2/27 * at Georgia State L 63-84


S t ets on U nivers ity YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2005-06 Overall Record: 14-18 (11-9 A-Sun) Head Coach: Derek Waugh Date Opponent W/L Result 11/18 &at NC State L 61-91 11/19 &vs Delaware L 64-67 11/20 &vs The Citadel L 60-73 11/26 @ UCF L 66-74 12/1 *at Campbell L 70-84 12/3 *at Gardner-Webb L 68-70 12/6 USF L 52-77 12/17 ^at Georgetown L 50-70 12/20 at Florida State L 57-75 12/27 at Miami L 56-65 1/2 * North Florida W 52-40 1/5 * Jacksonville W 69-57 1/9 * at Florida Atlantic L 62-77 1/14 * at Belmont L 79-87 1/16 * at Lipscomb L 52-57 1/19 * East Tennessee State L 72-81 1/21 * Kennesaw State L 57-73 1/24 * Mercer (ot) L 81-82 1/28 * at East Tennessee State (ot) W 74-71 1/30 * at Kennesaw State W 80-68 2/2 Savannah State W 70-60 2/4 * Belmont L 68-75 2/6 * Lipscomb W 85-67 2/10 * at Mercer W 73-72 2/12 * Florida Atlantic W 56-49 2/15 at Savannah State W 62-53 2/17 * at North Florida (ot) W 81-77 2/19 * at Jacksonville W 81-66 2/23 *Campbell W 81-79 2/25 * Gardner-Webb W 77-65 3/2 $Florida Atlantic W 54-44 3/3 $Belmont L 59-72 2006-07 Overall Record: 11-20 (6-12 A-Sun) Head Coach: Derek Waugh Date Opponent W/L Result 11/10 $ vs. Army L 68-80 11/11 $ vs. North Carolina A&T W 72-69 11/12 $ at Missouri L 45-66 11/18 at UCF L 60-73 11/20 Palm Beach Atlantic W 80-63 11/27 at USF L (2ot) 72-77 11/30 Kennesaw State* W 61-56 12/2 ETSU* L 61-75 12/5 Florida State L 63-82 12/16 at Miami L 64-89 12/20 at Florida L 67-88 12/23 at Savannah State W 58-46 12/30 Skidmore W 85-55 1/2 at Mercer* L 63-84 1/7 at Lipscomb* L 68-79 1/9 at Belmont* L 71-73

1/13 Gardner-Webb* L 64-77 1/15 Campbell* W 82-73 1/18 at North Florida* W (ot) 63-60 1/20 at Jacksonville* L 65-69 1/26 Mercer* L 66-78 2/1 Belmont* L 58-62 2/3 Lipscomb* W 69-67 2/8 at Campbell* L 82-104 2/10 at Gardner-Webb* L 48-73 2/13 Savannah State W 88-74 2/15 North Florida* W 74-63 2/18 Jacksonville* W 62-57 2/22 at ETSU* L 49-84 2/24 at Kennesaw State* L 67-72 3/1 vs. ETSU# L 61-77 $ John Thompson Classic, Columbia, MO * Atlantic Sun Conference Game # Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament Game 2007-08 Overall Record: 16-16 (11-5 A-Sun) Head Coach: Derek Waugh Date Opponent W/L Result 11/9 Palm Beach Atlantic W 56-54 11/13 $ at UAB L 49-86 11/16 $ vs. Florida Atlantic L 62-68 11/17 $ vs. Rhode Island L 65-80 11/18 $ vs. Georgia Southern L 55-68 11/21 Bethune-Cookman W 62-51 11/27 at Florida L 48-71 11/30 at FSU L 59-72 12/3 at Bethune-Cookman L 51-52 12/17 at #22 Miami L 53-89 12/20 at Savannah State W 70-62 12/29 at Longwood L 76-78 12/31 Charleston Southern W 76-70 1/3 at Jacksonville* L 3ot 94-98 1/5 at North Florida* W ot 71-69 1/11 at FGCU* W 70-62 1/17 Kennesaw State* W 66-54 1/19 Mercer* W 76-74 1/21 Longwood W 68-60 1/24 at Gardner-Webb* L 50-55 1/26 at Campbell* W 57-52 1/31 Belmont* L 75-83 2/2 at Lipscomb* L 53-77 2/8 USC Upstate* W 72-64 2/10 ETSU* W 68-56 2/14 at Kennesaw State* L 67-75 2/16 at Mercer* W 75-73 2/19 Savannah State L ot 60-63 2/23 FGCU* W ot 69-66 2/28 North Florida* W 73-56 3/1 Jacksonville* W 81-64 3/6 # vs. Gardner Webb L 63-82 $ Glenn Wilkes Classic Game * Atlantic Sun Conference Game

# Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament Game 2008-09 Overall Record: 13-17 (9-11 A-Sun) Head Coach: Derek Waugh Date Opponent W/L Result 11/14 at Texas L 38-68 11/18 Bethune-Cookman W (ot) 64-58 11/20 at Florida State L 77-79 11/24 Johnson & Wales W 59-36 11/29 at Miami L 65-79 12/4 FGCU* W 76-71 12/15 Campbell* W 63-56 12/17 Webber International W 80-35 12/20 at Missouri L 44-78 12/30 at Florida L 57-78 1/3 at Belmont* L 57-82 1/5 at Lipscomb* W 76-68 1/8 at FGCU* L 76-85 1/10 ETSU* L 67-73 1/12 USC Upstate* W 56-50 1/16 at Kennesaw State* W 69-52 1/18 at Mercer* L (ot) 98-101 1/23 Jacksonville* L 61-84 1/25 North Florida* L 53-55 1/31 Lipscomb* W (ot) 85-81 2/2 Belmont* W 82-71 2/7 at USC Upstate* L 53-54 2/9 at ETSU* W 64-63 2/12 Savannah State W 66-52 2/14 Kennesaw State* W 59-39 2/16 Mercer* L (ot) 80-88 2/21 at North Florida* L 66-78 2/23 at Jacksonville* L 66-81 2/27 at Campbell* L 56-73 3/6 vs. ETSU# L 76-90 * Atlantic Sun Conference Game # Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament Game 2009-10 Overall Record: 7-22 (5-15 A-Sun) Head Coach: Derek Waugh Date Opponent W/L Result 11/13 Averett W 70-65 11/15 at Florida L 46-74 11/18 at Florida State L 38-80 11/21 at Charleston Southern L 64-80 11/25 Palm Beach Atlantic W 85-67 11/30 at USC Upstate* L 56-78 12/2 at #18 Louisville L 48-80 12/16 Miami L 49-69 12/21 at Savannah State L 46-57 12/29 FGCU* W 72-64 1/2 at Lipscomb* L 63-84 1/4 at Belmont* L 71-85 1/8 Jacksonville* L 70-80 1/10 UNF* L 44-54 1/14 at ETSU* W 54-52

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2011-12 Overall Record: 9-20 (6-12 A-Sun) Head Coach: Casey Alexander Date Opponent W/L Result 11/11 Bethune-Cookman W 65-60 11/14 at Florida A&M W 78-60 11/16 at #24 Florida State L 66-79 11/19 Saint Leo W 74-69 11/21 at Charleston Southern L 64-73 11/28 ^ vs. Florida L 70-96 12/1 ETSU* W 73-65 12/4 at Indiana L 50-84 12/17 USC Upstate* L 63-79 12/21 Charleston Southern L 81-88 12/29 & at UCF L 70-80 12/30 & vs. James Madison L ot 69-71 1/2 at Kennesaw State* W 66-62 1/4 at Mercer* L 59-75 1/7 Jacksonville* W 73-61 1/9 North Florida* W 68-64 1/14 at Belmont* L 71-84 1/16 at Lipscomb* L ot 103-104 1/20 FGCU* L 85-92 1/23 at Savannah State L 45-75 1/28 Mercer* L 64-75 1/30 Kennesaw State* W 75-59 2/4 at North Florida* L 96-99 2/6 at Jacksonville* L 63-74 2/11 Lipscomb* L ot 91-99 2/13 Belmont* L 93-106 2/17 at FGCU* W 86-80 2/23 at ETSU* L 56-72 2/25 at USC Upstate* L 72-90 * Atlantic Sun Conference Game ^ Florida Citrus Sports Shootout & UCF Holiday Invitational

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S t ets on U nivers ity YEAR-BY-YEAR summary 1900-01 1903-04 1907-08 1909-10 1911-12 1913-14 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57

2-1 .667 Unknown 1-2 .333 Unknown 1-0 1.000 Unknown 2-2 .500 Unknown 1-7 .125 Neil Jones 9-2 .818 Steve Jordan 4-8 .333 S.B. Jennings 14-2 .875 W. Hollander 12-9 .571 W. Hollander No Team (World War I) No Team (World War I) 11-2 .846 Pug Allen 5-2 .714 Pug Allen 1-3 .250 Pug Allen 3-6 .333 Pug Allen 9-6 .600 Pug Allen 8-5 .615 H. McQuillan 17-4 .806 H. McQuillan 5-4 .556 H. McQuillan 4-5 .444 H. McQuillan 8-4 .667 H. McQuillan 5-8 .385 H. McQuillan 13-6 .684 H. McQuillan 19-0 1.000 H. McQuillan 13-7 .650 H. McQuillan 11-11 .500 H. McQuillan 12-5 .706 H. McQuillan 13-4 .765 Chet Freeman 14-8 .636 Chet Freeman 12-5 .706 Chet Freeman 14-8 .636 Freeman/Cowell 9-9 .500 Ben Clemons 13-7 .650 Ben Clemons 11-3 .786 Brady Cowell No Team (World War II) No Team (World War II) No Team (World War II) 5-3 .625 Brady Cowell 11-10 .524 Ben Clemons 8-14 .364 Ben Clemons 2-23 .080 Ben Clemons 8-15 .348 Bob Trocolor 14-11 .560 Loren Ellis 16-4 .800 Jay Pattee 14-10 .583 Dick Morland 10-10 .500 Dick Morland 11-10 .524 Dick Morland 17-6 .739 Dick Morland 17-8 .680 Dick Morland

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06

14-11 17-11 16-13 20-7 16-12 15-13 16-9 16-10 13-12 17-10 8-18 14-12 22-7 19-9 6-20 15-11 17-9 22-4 17-9 15-12 14-13 15-12 15-12 18-9 12-15 19-9 19-9 12-16 10-18 18-13 13-15 17-12 15-17 15-16 11-17 14-13 14-15 15-12 10-17 9-18 11-15 14-13 13-15 17-12 10-16 6-20 12-15 10-17 14-18

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2006-07 11-20 .355 Derek Waugh 2007-08 16-16 .500 Derek Waugh 2008-09 13-17 .433 Derek Waugh 2009-10 7-22 .241 Derek Waugh 2010-11 8-23 .258 Derek Waugh 2011-12 9-20 .310 Casey Alexander Totals 1180-1035 .533 2215 Games

All-Time Coaches Records Coach Years Glenn Wilkes 36/1957-93 Derek Waugh 11/2000-111 Herbert McQuillan 11/1924-35 Dick Morland 5/1952-57 Chet Freeman 4/1935-39 Ben Clemons 5/1939-41, 46-49 Murray Arnold 4/1997-00 Dan Hipsher 2/1993-95 Horace T. “Pug” Allen 5/1919-24 William “Dutch” Hollander 2/1915-17 Brady Cowell 2+/1939, 41-42, 45-46 Randy Brown 2/1995-97 Jay Pattee 1/1951-52 Loren Ellis 1/1950-51 A.A. “Steve” Jordan 1/1913-14 Casey Alexander 1/2011-12 Bob Trocolor 1/1949-50 Unknowns 4/1901-10 S.B. Jennings 1/1914-15 Neil Jones 1/1911-12 Totals

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S t ets on U nivers ity J. Ollie Edmunds Center The Stetson men’s basketball team has called the J. Ollie Edmunds Center home since 1974, but the Hatters have been anything but gracious hosts to their opponents. For the past 38 years, the Hatters have had just three losing seasons at home and have won 65 percent of their games, posting a 340-181 all-time record. The Edmunds Center opened its doors on Dec. 5, 1974, as Hatter fans witnessed a 73-58 Stetson victory over Marshall. SU went on to win the next game, and the next, and the next. In fact, the Hatters went a perfect 16-0 at home that season, and they won their first 20 consecutive games played at the Edmunds Center. Maintaining a top-notch athletic facility is a continual process, and the work at the Edmunds Center has been at a pace to keep up with the development of the athletic program itself. Over the years, the Edmunds Center has received a number of physical modifications and equipment upgrades. The scoreboards, shot clocks, bleachers, bench seating, illuminated media tables, floor design and lobby showcase have all recently been upgraded. New chairs were purchased for the team bench areas in 1998. In 1999, NBA-style baskets were added. In 2000, the maplewood floor was completely sanded and repainted, and new scoreboards were installed. In 2002, banners were hung in the Edmunds Center rafters for each member of the Stetson Basketball Hall of Fame. In 2005, new bleachers were installed in the east side of the arena. The Edmunds Center was home to the men’s 1991 and 1996 Trans America Athletic Conference Tournaments as well as the women’s tournament in 1997. It also served as training camp site for the Orlando Magic of the National Basketball Association in 1992 and 1993, and hosted the NCAA Volleyball Tournament First Round in 1996.

Top Edmunds Center Crowds Since 2001 1. 2. 3. 3. 4. 5. 6.

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4,652 vs. Florida State (12/5/06) 4,584 vs. Florida State (12/30/03) 4,249 vs. UCF (11/23/10) 4,228 vs. UCF (2/10/05) 4,030 vs. UCF (1/27/01) 3,211 vs. UCF (1/9/04) 3,191 vs. Georgia State (1/31/03)


S t ets on U nivers ity glenn wilkes court On December 2, 2004, Stetson University honored its legendary coach Dr. Glenn Wilkes by naming the floor at the Edmunds Center “The Glenn Wilkes Court.” During a halftime ceremony of the Stetson-Mercer game, Wilkes was recognized with proclimations from Stetson University and the city of DeLand, he received a watercolor created by long-time university art professor Fred Messersmith, and was repeatedly applauded by thousands of his loyal fans and former athletes in the stands. “It was quite an honor,” Wilkes said after the game. “I enjoyed seeing many of my former players, some that I hadn’t seen in 25 or 30 years.” During his 36-year coaching career which came entirely at Stetson, Wilkes won over 550 games and completed 27 winning seasons.

For 36 years, Dr. Glenn Wilkes roamed the sidelines for Stetson University, leading the Hatters to an unparalleled era of success. The Wilkes era began in the 1957-58 season and ran consecutively through the 1992-93 campaign, a span of over three-and-a-half decades. He compiled a 552-435 (.559) overall record and finished with 27 winning seasons. He led the Hatters to a school record 22-win season in 1969-70 and again in 1974-75. Wilkes also took Stetson basketball from the NAIA ranks to the NCAA Division I level. In addition to his accomplishments on the court, Wilkes served the basketball community by sponsoring the first coaching clinic in the south, the first basketball clinic for boys, the first basketball clinic for girls, and the first officials’ clinic. He is also an author of four basketball-related books. Wilkes’ tenure at Stetson is still the ninth-longest in NCAA history. Wilkes, who also spent 23 years as the school’s athletic director, retired from coaching in 1993. One of the most highly respected coaches in the history of college basketball, Wilkes ranked among the NCAA’s Top 25 Division I coaches in all-time coaching wins prior to his retirement. Entering the 2003-04 season, Wilkes still ranked 64th on the all-time victories list. His players earned a total of 10 All-America awards and 17 played professionally.

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S t ets on U nivers ity University President

Dr. Wendy Libby University President Fourth Year Stetson University entered a new era of leadership in July 2009 when Dr. Wendy B. Libby became the university’s ninth president. Along with Director of Athletics Jeff Altier, Libby was integral in bringing football back to Stetson for the first time since 1956. The Hatters will play their first season in the fall of 2013. Coming with the return of football was the construction of a state-of-the-art field house for not only football, but also men’s and women’s soccer and the brand new women’s lacrosse team. The $6.7 million, 25,000 square foot facility was completed in August of 2012. Formerly president of Stephens College in Columbia, Mo., the nation’s second-oldest women’s institution, Libby has had a broad career in higher education and private industry. An expert in strategic planning, she plans to build on Stetson’s values-centered heritage and tradition of academic excellence and communityengaged service learning while movingStetson forward. Prior to her six years at Stephens College, Libby served as vice president for business affairs and chief financial officer at Furman University, Greenville, S.C., from 1995 to 2003. She has 28 years of administrative and teaching experience in higher education, at institutions including Westbrook College (now part of the University of New England), the University of Hartford, the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington, The Ohio State University and Cornell University. A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., Libby earned her doctorate in Educational Administration from the University of Connecticut. Her undergraduate degree, in Biology with a concentration in Genetics, is from Cornell University. She earned an MBA, with a concentration in Finance, from Cornell’s Johnson Graduate School of Management. Libby is a member of numerous higher education organizations. Last fall, she led a delegation of six college presidents in a visit to Ewha University in Seoul, South Korea. In honor of her outstanding leadership, Libby received the 2007 Athena Award from the Columbia (Mo.) Chamber of Commerce Women’s Network for her support of women in realizing their full leadership potential and for contributing to the quality of life in the communi ty. In May, she received the 2009 Outstanding Higher Education Professional Alumni Award at the University of Connecticut. She and her husband, Dr. Richard M. Libby, have two sons, Glenn and wife Ginger, and Gregg and wife Lori, four grandchildren, a great-granddaughter, and three dogs. An avid reader, she enjoys cooking and entertaining.

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Jeff Altier Director of Athletics 16th Year Jeff Altier, a 28-year veteran of the Stetson University athletic department, is in his 16th year as Director of Athletics. During his tenure, Altier has earned a reputation as an outstanding fundraiser and a leader with an eye on the future, and is noted for his active participation in the NCAA governance structure. Along with President Libby, he was integral in bringing football back to Stetson for the first time since 1956. The Hatters will play their first season in the fall of 2013. Coming with the return of football was the construction of a state-of-the-art field house for not only football, but also men’s and women’s soccer and the brand new women’s lacrosse team. The $6.7 million, 25,000 square foot facility was completed in August of 2012. Altier, captain of the nationally-ranked 1982 Hatter baseball team, earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Stetson. Upon wrapping up his Stetson baseball career, he spent two years as a player/coach developing the sport in Perth, Australia. He then returned to Stetson as an assistant coach before being promoted to Ticket Manager, Director of Athletic Promotions, and then Associate Athletic Director. In these rolls, he spearheaded the department’s development efforts as well as oversaw athletic marketing and promotions, concessions and travel coordination. He was named Director of Athletics in 1996. Altier also served as Tournament Manager for the NCAA Division I Southeast First and Second Round Men’s basketball tournament hosted by Stetson in 1993 and 1996 at the Orlando Arena, and as Tournament Director for the 1999 and 2004 tournament. Stetson has taken great strides in the area of gender equity under Altier, increasing scholarships, participation opportunities and staffing for women’s athletics. The unprecedented success of the women’s tennis, golf, soccer, basketball and softball teams in conference competition during Altier’s tenure are evidence of his commitment to women’s athletics. In fact, under his direction Stetson’s women’s and men’s teams have won an impressive 15 conference championships. A hallmark of Altier’s professional career was the building of Stetson’s $4.5 million baseball facility, Melching Field at Conrad Park. Built in conjunction with the City of DeLand, Melching Field is regarded as one of the nation’s premiere college baseball facilities. Altier then turned his attention to construction of an on-campus softball facility, which broke ground in 2002 and was ready for competition in February of 2003. The Patricia Wilson Field has been named Collegiate Softball Field of the Year four times. He was also instrumental in securing new state-of-the-art field lighting for both the softball and soccer fields in 2005. Under his guidance, the Athletic Department has seen the addition of the new Wilson Athletic Center, a $ 1.5 million health and wellness facility for the use of Stetson student-athletes. Stetson athletics has continued to grow under Altier’s guidance. Three new sports have or will be added in the next year, with sand volleyball starting competition in the spring of 2012, women’s lacrosse in the spring of 2013 and the return of football in the fall of 2013. The program is also growing in terms of staffing and facilities, with construction currently under way on a facility that will house the football, lacrosse and both soccer programs, along with practice field for football and practice and game fields for soccer and lacrosse. Altier’s leadership has extended beyond campus, as he has taken on Atlantic Sun Conference leadership roles, chairing many committees and serving as conference vice-president. Additionally, he has served on the National Association of College Directors of Athletics Division IAAA board of directors, the NCAA A.E.C. Cabinet and is currently a member of the prestigious NCAA Leadership Council. Locally he has served as president of the DeLand Rotary Club, vice-president of the DeLand Sports Redevelopment Association, and is a graduate of Leadership DeLand and Leadership Orlando. He is currently a member of the board of directors of the Central Florida Sports Commission. Altier was honored as the West Volusia Sportsperson of the Year for 2004. In 2011 Altier was recognized by his peers in the National Association of Collegiate Director of Athletics as the Under Armour Southeast Region Division I Athletic Director of the Year. Altier’s family includes wife, Sarah (Booker) (Stetson B.A. ‘82, M.Ed. ‘96), and children Heath (Stetson M.B.A. ‘09), Brianne, and Garrett.

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S t ets on U nivers ity Athletics Facilities Stetson President Dr. Wendy Libby announced that the University was bringing football back for the first time since 1956 on March 14, 2011. More than a year later, on March 23, 2012, a groundbreaking ceremony for Stetson’s $6.7 million field house and field renovation was held. The 25,000 square foot building on the corner of Minnesota and Amelia avenues houses locker rooms for men’s and women’s soccer, as well as the brand new football and lacrosse teams at Stetson. Additionally, stateof-the-art sports medicine and strength and conditioning areas are also available to student-athletes at the Stetson University Athletics Training Facility. The facility also includes office and meeting room space for each of the four programs, as well as an equipment room. The VIP room on the second floor of the facility will double as a press box for home soccer and lacrosse games. On one side of the field house are practice fields for the football team, on the other side are game and practice fields for Stetson men’s soccer, women’s soccer, and lacrosse teams. Down the street is the Mandy Stoll Tennis Center, home of the Stetson men’s and women’s tennis programs. Located on the east-side of the DeLand campus, the Mandy Stoll Tennis Center was completed in late 1996. The state-of-the-art facility is named in honor of Mandy Marie Stoll who was the tennis team’s top player when she was killed in an automobile accident in April 1988 during her junior year. During her three years as a member of the Stetson tennis team, she set school records of 20 consecutive wins and 27 wins in one season. The facility includes six courts, with plans for six additional courts in the future, a kiosk, three gazebos, courtside bleachers and a new scoreboard. Three of the six courts have been named: one for Mary Estella Palmer McNamara, the late wife of SU trustee Dennis McNamara of Orlando and a Stetson graduate; one in honor of former Stetson tennis coach Vicky Pate, also a Stetson alumna; and one in memory of Mandy Stoll. The Mandy Stoll Tennis Center has served as the host location for four Atlantic Sun Conference Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships. The Stetson softball team has played 10 seasons at Patricia Wilson Field with tremendous success. The Hatters won their first 18 games on their home field in 2003 and have a combined home record of 278-124 (.692). The sparkling facility features spacious dugouts, multiple bullpen and batting cage areas, a state-of-the-art scoreboard, a brilliant lighting system for playing night games, and a concession area. A team field house and a press box were built in 2007-08. In 2010 Stetson hosted the A-Sun Tournament for the fourth year in a row. One of the most picturesque, fan-friendly stadiums in the nation, Melching Field at Conrad Park will enter its 15th season as the home of Stetson Baseball in 2013. At a cost of $4.5 million, Melching Field was the result of a joint effort between Stetson University, DeLand Sports Redevelopment Association and the City of DeLand. Built on the same site as old Conrad Park, Melching Field opened on Feb. 12, 1999. Hatter fans have flocked to Melching Field in record numbers. With more than half a million fans since the stadium opened in 1999, Stetson is often ranked nationally among college baseball attendance leaders. Melching Field features permanent seating for 2,500 spectators with grass berms holding approximately 500 additional fans. A fullservice concessions area greets visitors upon their entrance to the park on Woodland Boulevard. The 2012 season marked the debut of a new high-tech scoreboard, which is located in left field and is equipped with a state-of-the-art message center and graphics board. The numerous golf courses in Florida provide the men’s and women’s golf teams with ample places to play. The Hatters host tournaments every year at the DeLand Country Club, Southridge Golf Club, and Victoria Hills Golf Club. Also, the cross country teams host a meet every October at the Sperling Sports Complex, and the crew team practices and competes at nearby Lake Beresford.

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S t ets on U nivers ity sports medicine

• The Stetson University Sports Medicine staff is under the direction of the head team physician, three associate physicians, and full time certified athletic trainers providing a full complement of services to enhance the physical performance and personal healthcare of each student-athlete. • The sports medicine staff’s main location is in the athletic training room of the Wilson Athletic Center. The athletic training room is a 2,500 square-foot facility dedicated to the healthcare of all student-athletes. It is stocked with over 9,000 pounds of free weights and selectorized equipment. • The sports medicine staff is focused on identifying and preventing athletic injuries through the use of a complete line of evaluation tools including a state-of-the-art isokinetic testing and rehabilitation device. • The addition of the Athletic Training Center brought on an additional state-of-the-art athletic training room. • The division of sports medicine utilizes a wide array of physicians, counselors, and other allied health care professionals to assist our student-athletes in all aspects of their healthcare, growth, and development. • A full-time certified athletic trainer is on site for all in season practices, games, weight training, and conditioning sessions. Sports Medicine Mission Statement The Sports Medicine Program serves the Stetson University Department of Athletics by providing a comprehensive health care network, wellness and education for each participating member of the Department of Athletics. This health care willplace emphasis on the prevention, care, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries and illnesses. In addition, these services are made available to the remainder of the Stetson University community through our physical therapy alliance.

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S t ets on U nivers ity Strength and conditioning

Brad Lokey Director of Strength and Conditioning First Year After spending more than three years away from the state of Florida, Longwood native Brad Lokey has returned home to serve as the Director of Strength and Conditioning at Stetson University. A former member of the United States Marine Corps, Lokey oversees the strength and conditioning program for all 19 of Stetson’s varsity sports. Lokey is a certified Strength and Conditioning Coach by the Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association as well as by the National Strength & Conditioning Association. He is also certified as a personal trainer. Lokey comes to Stetson from Cumberland University in Tennessee where he was the Director of Strength & Conditioning. Before that, he spent six months working in the Georgia Tech Strength and Conditioning department – primarily working with the football, softball, swimming and diving and cheerleading squads for the Yellow Jackets. It was during his time at Georgia Tech when Lokey completed his practicum and internship hours to earn his certification as a strength and conditioning coach. He also spent time working with the football, men’s and women’s basketball and wrestling teams at UT-Chattanooga. Lokey was the first head Strength and Conditioning Coach and Fitness Center Manager at Webber International University in Babson Park, Fla., working in that position for two years. He was responsible for the 19-sport Warriors program, designing and implementing workout programs for all sports, implementing and analyzing results to test the effectiveness of the programs and creating a computer data base for workouts for student-athletes. Lokey was born in Shelbyville, Tenn., but grew up in Florida, graduating from Lyman High School in Longwood. He received his bachelor’s degree in Recreational Administration with minors in Biology and Coaching from Central Methodist University in Fayette, Mo., in December of 2006. He played football for four years at LHS and two years at CMU before spending four years of honorable military service in the Marine Corps prior to completing his scholastic-athletic endeavors. He earned a master’s degree in Business Administration and Sport Management from Webber International in 2009. Lokey is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa). Lokey possesses three credentials from the NSCA including; Registered Strength & Conditioning Coach (RSCC), Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Personal Trainer (CPT). He is also Strength & Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC) and is recognized as an approved mentor by the CSCCa.

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S t ets on U nivers ity Atlantic sun Conference For 35 years, the Atlantic Sun Conference has supported its member institutions in providing intercollegiate athletics programs committed to Building Winners for Life. The A-Sun meets it mission by maintaining the highest standards in academic and athletic achievement, creating a balance between student and athlete. Adding an emphasis on sportsmanship in the competitive arena and fostering leadership opportunities through community service, the A-Sun, its member institutions and its student-athletes aim for an overall educational experience that is successful in Building Winners for Life. BUILDING The student-athletes of the A-Sun consistently achieve academic accolades on a national level... As a whole, the Atlantic Sun set a new record with more than 65 percent of all student-athletes earning All-Academic status after achieving at least a 3.0 GPA last year. ETSU’s Adam Solazzo and FGSU’s Sarah Hansen swept the Division I-AAA Men’s and Women’s ScholarAthlete of the Year awards, while the A-Sun also claimed the men’s post-graduate scholarship from the association. FGCU’s Courtney Chihil garnered A-Sun Female Student-Athlete of the year honors, graduating with a 3.86 GPA in nursing while leading the team in minutes and helping her team to the fifth best winning percentage in the nation. Also recognized as a Capital One All-District and DI-AAA ADA selection, she was the A-Sun’s candidate for the NCAA’s Woman of the Year award. For the second consecutive year, The A-Sun is one of only three conferences in NCAA Division I women’s soccer to have all of its teams win the NSCAA Team Academic Award for posting a team GPA of 3.0 or better. The Atlantic Sun Conference set a new high with seven teams receiving The American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Team Academic Award for the 2011-12 season by their maintaining at least a 3.30 cumulative team grade-point average on a 4.0 scale or a 4.10 cumulative team GPA on a 5.0 scale. The A-Sun’s total ranks it in a tie for second among the 31 NCAA Division I conferences. WINNERS ... while performing at a high level in the competitive arena ... The A-Sun placed three men’s basketball teams in postseason play for the second consecutive season, with Mercer claiming the 2012 CIT Championship and giving the A-Sun its first postseason championship in league history. The Jacksonville women’s track and field team won a conference record seventh consecutive indoor and outdoor track and field titles. In its first year of eligibility for all sports, FGCU won a combined eight regular season and tournament titles, the most in the conference. Softball continues its pursuit to become a multi-bid sport as the league posted the 11th best RPI in the NCAA, its fifth straight season being ranked in the top-12 and boasted six top-100 teams including conference champion Florida Gulf Coast (74). Men’s Golf continues to grow into one of the conference’s strongest national sports. North Florida earned a No. 2 seed at its regional while Kennesaw State earned at at-large beth to the championship. Representatives of six schools participated in NCAA Regional play in 2012, doubling last year’s numbers. Additionally, North Florida’s appearance in the NCAA Championship Round ups the A-Sun’s total to at least one team in the championship in eight of the last nine years. The A-Sun added sand volleyball and became the first conference in NCAA history to host a conference championship in the emerging sport. Additionally, pairs from North Florida and Stetson advanced to compete in the AVCA Collegiate Sand Volleyball National Championship. FOR LIFE! ...and preparing themselves to become valuable members of their community . The NCAA annual Federal Graduation Rate and Graduation Success Rate (GSR) report shows the A-Sun living its mission of Building Winners for Life as 12 A-Sun postseason teams equaled or bettered the national average. Resulting from a number of initiatives throughout 2011-12, the A-Sun SAAC raised more than $22,200 to benefit organizations such as the Alzheimer’s Association, the American Cancer Society, Boys and Girls Club, and many more. In eight years of fundraising, the SAAC has accumulated more than $125,000 for local programs. Six Atlantic Sun Conference member institutions were named to the 2012 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, two with distinction. That number also places the A-Sun among the top half of Division I conferences, as only 12 of 31 conferences had six or more schools recognized. The A-Sun has successfully placed 17 individuals on NCAA committees. The conference is the only one in the nation to post Faculty Athletics Representatives on both the Leadership and Legislative Councils. Since opening in 1997, Florida Gulf Coast University has amassed more than 1 million service-learning hours and earned national recognition for its program. In the latest periodic rankings by national publications, six Atlantic Sun member institutions have been named as one of the top colleges and universities across the country in the annual “America’s Best Colleges” 2012 list, created by Forbes Magazine. Stetson tops the list of the half-dozen A-Sun institutions that rank in the top 15 to 23 percent of all colleges and universities granting four-year degrees. The list also includes North Florida, Mercer University, Northern Kentucky University, East Tennessee State University and Kennesaw State University. Headquartered in Macon, Ga., the A-Sun footprint reaches into seven six of the top media markets in the Southeast. The A-Sun includes a blend of the most prestigious and dynamic private and public institutions in the region: East Tennessee State University, Florida Gulf Coast University, Jacksonville University, Kennesaw State University, Lipscomb University, Mercer University, University of North Florida, Northern Kentucky University, University of South Carolina Upstate and Stetson University.

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S t ets on U nivers ity Atlantic Sun Men’s Basketball

Atlantic Sun Conference

Building Winners for Life

Torrey Craig, USC Upstate 2012 A-Sun Player of the Year All-American Honorable Mention

Mike Smith, ETSU 2011 A-Sun Player of the Year All-American Honorable Mention

Adnan Hodzic, Lipscomb 2010 A-Sun Player of the Year All-American Honorable Mention

• The Atlantic Sun has compiled 10 postseason wins since 2009-10, which ranks ahead of the Southern Conference (6), Ohio Valley Conference (4), Sun Belt (3) and Big South (1). • Last season three A-Sun teams earned at least 20 wins, while only 14 of the other 31 conferences had more teams reach 20 wins. The Atlantic Sun ranked ahead of 10 different conferences including the Sun Belt (2), OVC (2), Big South (1) and SoCon (1), among others. • In the 2011-12 season, the A-Sun posted a winning record against 13 of the 25 conferences it faced. League teams posted a combined 25-11 vs. the Colonial, Ohio Valley, Southern, Southland and Sun Belt conferences. Located in Macon, Ga., the A-Sun boasts a significant presence in seven of the top media markets in its five-state footprint.

• The A-Sun has ranked in the RPI top-20 in each of the past four seasons - including a conferencehigh of 16th in 2009. In 2012, the Atlantic Sun ranked 19th ahead of the Big South, Southland, Southern, Ohio Valley and Sun Belt, among others.

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The DeLand campus, 25 miles from Daytona Beach and 35 miles from Orlando, is home to the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Business Administration and School of Music. The College of Law is in St. Petersburg/Gulfport. The Tampa Law Center is in downtown Tampa. The Stetson University Center at Celebration is in the Orlando area.

Accreditation and Degrees

Stetson University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award: • bachelor’s, master’s and Educational Specialist degrees in the College of Arts & Sciences, • bachelor’s and master’s degrees in the School of Business Administration, • bachelor’s degrees in the School of Music, • the Juris Doctor and Master of Laws degrees in the College of Law, • a joint J.D.-M.B.A. degree. The university’s programs are accredited by: • AACSB International-The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, • American Bar Association, • American Chemical Society, • National Association of Schools of Music, • National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. • Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP), a specialized accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).

DELAND CAMPUS INFORMATION Facilities

Stetson University was founded in DeLand in 1883, and the 175acre DeLand campus is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Recent improvements to the DeLand campus include: • $6.7 million athletics complex, including a field house and four playing fields (under construction), • addition of a coffeehouse in the Carlton Union Building (completed), • renovation of Nemec Hall into pet-friendly housing (completed), • renewal of landscaping and walkways in the campus core (ongoing), • upgrades to classrooms and the addition of more energysaving lighting (ongoing). Recent additions to the DeLand campus include: • $8 million Science Center addition to the existing Sage Hall, • Mary B. McMahan Hall, an addition to the School of Music’s Presser Hall, • Homer and Dolly Hand Art Center, • Marshall and Vera Lea Rinker Environmental Learning Center. Within the past seven years: • a softball training facility was added at Patricia Wilson Field, • 5 fraternity houses were renovated, • 6 residential halls were built, 5 of which feature apartmentstyle living.

Faculty

The DeLand campus has 195 full-time faculty members, 95 percent of whom hold Ph.D. or equivalent degrees and who teach undergraduate classes. Our student/faculty ratio is 11-to-1.

Student Body

Stetson’s 2,291 undergraduates come from 42 states and 41 foreign countries; 58 percent of undergraduates are female and 42 percent are male.

Study Abroad

Stetson University students may study in other countries for a few weeks to a full semester. Faculty-led programs take place in Austria, Brazil, England, France, Germany, Guatemala, Hong Kong, mainland China, Mexico, Russia, Scotland and Spain. Certain School of Business Administration classes and programs include an overseas component to such locations as Hong Kong, Vietnam, Malaysia, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia.

Athletics

Stetson is a member of the NCAA Division I Atlantic Sun Conference and offers 17 intercollegiate sports: football, baseball, softball, volleyball, sand volleyball, men and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s golf, crew, cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, and women’s lacrosse. The non-scholarship football program will be part of the Pioneer Football League and will play its first games in the fall of 2013. The university also has a vibrant Club Sports program featuring Aikido, croquet, dance, equestrian, men’s and women’s lacrosse, mixed martial arts, sand volleyball, shooting, skydive, men’s soccer, surf, swim, table tennis, tennis, triathlon and ultimate Frisbee.

Student Life

The DeLand campus alone is home to more than 100 student organizations, including service and special interest groups, student government, social fraternities and sororities, and 17 scholastic and honorary societies including Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Kappa Psi.

Admission

Stetson seeks students with a challenging high school curriculum. The Fall 2011 incoming freshmen class had an average 3.74 GPA, was in the middle 50 percent SAT range of 1070-1240 and the middle 50 percent ACT range of 22-27.

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