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2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball

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Table of Contents General Information Table of Contents ....................................3 Quick Facts ................................................3 Athletic Directory ..................................4 The Coaches Richard Schmidt ................................5­6 Justin Pecka ..............................................7 Anthony LaBruno ..................................7 2009­10 Team Info Roster ..........................................................8 TV/Radio Roster ....................................9 Outlook..............................................10­11 Returning Players Ted Amendola ................................13­14 Pete Byrne........................................15­16 Rashad Callaway ..........................17­18 Dylan DeFeo....................................19­20 Irving Fayman ......................................21 Ashton Graham ............................22­23 Jerrel Harris....................................24­25 Glyn Hunter ....................................26­27 Rudy Jean ........................................28­29 Herman Kelly..................................30­31 Corey Pelot ......................................32­33 Haymond Rankin ................................34 Callum Townsend ........................35­36 Ben Tumas ......................................37­38 Fred Woods ....................................39­40 Newcomers Stefon Barfield ......................................41 Anthony Griffis ....................................41 Ryan Kidd................................................42 Fred Lewis..............................................42 Tariq Mackey ........................................43 Eric Moraes............................................43 2009­10 Review Schedule/Results..................................44 Individual Statistics..............................45 Individual SSC Statistics......................45 Game Highs ............................................46 Team Statistics ......................................47 Individual Honors and Awards ......47 Tampa M. Basketball History Honors and Awards ....................48­49 All­Americans........................................50 Yearly Results........................................51 Tampa Coaching History..................52 Spartans in the NCAA ........................53 Spartans in the SSC ............................54

2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball Ind. Season Records ....................55­56 Ind. Career Records......................57­59 Single Game Ind. Records ................60 Team Game Records ..........................61 Team Season Records........................62 Other Team Records...........................63 Yearly Leaders ......................................64 Milestones ..............................................65 Triple Doubles ......................................66 Double Doubles ....................................66 Sunshine State Conference Conference Information ..................67 2009­10 SSC Awards..........................67 2009­10 SSC Standings......................67 2010­11 SSC Poll ................................67 SSC Excellence ......................................68 SSC Institutions ....................................69 The Opponents Opponent Information ..............70­71 All­Time Series Records ............72­73 Year­by­Year Results ..................74­81 All­Time Roster M. Basketball Alumni ..................82­83 The University of Tampa National Championships ..........84­85 SSC Championships............................85 UT Athletic Hall of Fame ..................86 SSC Hall of Fame ..................................87 Academic All­Americans ..................88 All­Americans ................................89­90 University Overview....................91­92 SAAC..........................................................93 Athletic Facilities ..................................94 The Administration Dr. Ronald L. Vaughn..........................95 Larry Marfise ........................................96 History of UT Nickname & Colors ............................97 From the Beginning............................97 The Media Newspapers ..........................................98 Television................................................98 Radio ........................................................98 2010­11 Schedule................................99

University of Tampa Basketball Facts Founded ........................................................................1931 Enrollment..................................................................6,500 Address..401 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, FL 33606 Nickname ..............................................................Spartans School Colors ................................Red, Black and Gold National Affiliation..............................................NCAA II Conference................................................Sunshine State Stadium ..........Bob Martinez Sports Center (3,432) 2009­10 Record ......................................................11­16 2009­10 SSC Record ................................................4­12 2009­10 SSC Finish ..............................................Eighth Letterwinners Returning/Lost ............................15/4 Starters Returning/Lost ............................................3/2

The Administration President ......................................Dr. Ronald L. Vaughn Athletic Director ......................................Larry Marfise Associate Athletic Director/Marketing ..Gil Swalls Assistant Athletic Director ................Cher Pittenger Facility Director ......................................Jerome Fulton Faculty Representative ......................Dr. Eric Vlahov

The Coaching Staff Head Coach ..........................................Richard Schmidt Alma Mater ..........................Western Kentucky, 1964 Office Phone ........................................(813) 257­3673 E­mail....................................................rschmidt@ut.edu Career Record ..............................576­274 (29 years) Tampa Record ..............................548­247 (27 years) Assistant Coach............................................Justin Pecka E­mail ........................................................jpecka@ut.edu Student Assistant Coach ..............Anthony LaBruno E­mail ................................Alabruno@spartans.ut.edu Assistants’ Office Phone ..................(813) 253­3488 Manager ..........................................................Max Carroll

Sports Information Director ............................................................Tom Kolbe Alma Mater ..................................................Tampa, 2001 Office Phone ........................................(813) 253­6241 E­mail ........................................................tkolbe@ut.edu Men’s Basketball SID ..................................Tom Kolbe Office Phone ........................................(813) 257­3444 Email ..........................................................tkolbe@ut.edu Sports Information Fax....................(813) 253­6288 Web site ..............................www.tampaspartans.com

Credits The 2010­11 University of Tampa men’s basket­ ball media guide was written by Tom Kolbe, Caitlyn Mitryk and Rashad Callaway with editorial assistance by Maddie Dugan and Ross Kannenberg. Photography by Andy Meng, Stageshot Photography. Design and layout by Tom Kolbe. Front and back covers designed by Carli Todd.

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UT Athletic Department

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Athletic Department Phone Number: (813) 253­6240 Athletic Department Fax: (813) 253­6288 Department E­Mail: first initial last name@ut.edu (unless noted) Ed Brennan, Head Swimming Coach ............................................259­1328 Scott Brickett, Head Athletic Trainer (wbrickett) ....................257­3264 Adrian Bush, Head Men’s Soccer Coach........................................257­3407 Colleen Cannon, Marketing Assistant ............................................257­1733 Chris Catanach, Head Volleyball Coach ........................................257­3406 Rick Christie, Head Golf Coach..........................................................257­3498 Jaci Davis, Assistant Softball Coach ................................................257­3481 DeCarlo Deveaux, Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach ..............257­3781 Hope Donnelly, Head Cheerleading Coach ..................................257­1733 Al DuFaux, Head Tennis Coach ........................................................257­3076 Bill Dunlap, Head Crew Coach (wdunlap)....................................258­4166 Jerome Fulton, Facilities Director....................................................257­3482 Ryan Gober, Assistant Swimming Coach ......................................257­3419 Nikki Jessee, Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach ................257­3645 Tom Jessee, Head Women’s Basketball Coach ..........................257­3490 Mark Johnson, Assistant Baseball Coach/Head JV Coach ....257­3673 Leslie Kanter, Head Softball Coach..................................................257­3481 Alison Kapuska, Assistant Athletic Trainer ................................253­6264 Jamie Kennedy, Assistant Athletic Trainer ..................................253­6264 Ryan Kennedy, Assistant Baseball Coach ....................................257­3673 Phyllis Kessel, Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach ..............257­3645 Jim Kiner, Assistant Swimming Coach ..........................................257­3419 Tom Kolbe, Sports Information Director......................................257­3473 Jeff Lamm, Associate Head Volleyball Coach ..............................257­3190 Maurice Loregnard, Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach..................257­3184 Gerry Lucey, Head Women’s Soccer Coach ................................257­3188 Larry Marfise, Athletic Director ......................................................257­3307 Scott McNulty, Assistant Baseball Coach ......................................257­3673 Sam Militello, Associate Head Baseball Coach............................257­3673 Caitlyn Mitryk, Assistant Sports Information Director ..........257­3444 Erin Morse, Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach ..........................257­3184 Phil Murray, Assistant Swimming Coach......................................257­3419 Justin Pecka, Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach ........................257­3781 Cher Pittenger, Assistant Athletic Director/Compliance ........257­3000 Denise Rubio, Assistant Softball Coach ........................................257­3481 Eric Sims, Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach......................................257­3184 Jarrett Slaven, Head Cross Country Coach ..................................257­3644 Richard Schmidt, Head Men’s Basketball Coach ......................257­3440 Gil Swalls, Associate Athletic Director............................................257­1733 Don Tobin, Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach ............................257­3184 Joe Urso, Head Baseball Coach ........................................................257­3488 Dror Vaknin, Assistant Cross Country Coach..............................257­3644 Heather VanOpdorp, Assistant Athletic Trainer ........................253­6264 Steve Wolf, Assisant Men’s Soccer Coach ....................................257­3184 Nate Wood, Assistant Athletic Trainer ..........................................253­6264 Melissa Wright, Business Manager (melissa.wright) ............257­3100

The University of Tampa fields 16 men's and women's varsity sports which compete at the NCAA Division II level. UT is a member of the nine­school Sunshine State Conference, con­ sidered the "Conference of National Champions." Spartan teams are among those national champions, having won NCAA II titles in men's soccer (1981, 1994 & 2001), baseball (1992, 1993, 1998, 2006 & 2007), golf (1987 & 1988), volley­ ball (2006) and women’s soccer (2007). Student/athletes are given opportunities to excel both athletically and academical­ ly. The University of Tampa is the home of numerous All­ Americans, all­region and all­conference players each year and is among the top schools in the SSC numbering student/athletes who are named to the Commissioner's Honor Roll. Whether you are a participant or spectator, The University of Tampa Spartans offer an exciting brand of inter­ collegiate athletics.

Larry Marfise Athletic Director

Gil Swalls Associate AD/Marketing

Cher Pittenger Assistant AD/ Compliance/SWA

Tom Kolbe Sports Information

Jerome Fulton Facilities

Ed Brennan Swimming

Scott Brickett Athletic Training

Adrian Bush Men’s Soccer

Chris Catanach Volleyball

Rick Christie Golf

Hope Donnelly Cheerleading

Al DuFaux Tennis

Bill Dunlap Crew

Tom Jessee Women’s Basketball

Gerry Lucey Women’s Soccer

Leslie Kanter Softball

Jarrett Slaven Cross Country

Richard Schmidt Men’s Basketball

Joe Urso Baseball

Melissa Wright Business Manager

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Head Coach Richard Schmidt

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Richard Schmidt HEAD COACH 28th season Western Kentucky, 1964 Career Record: 576­274 UT Record: 548­247

Richard Schmidt is in his 28th season as The University of Tampa head men's basketball coach, where he has led the Spartans to a total of 25 winning seasons. The UT Athletic Hall of Fame induction in October 2004, Schmidt received the much deserved reward after more than two decades of success and contributions to the basketball program. He has compiled a school record of 548­247 (.689) with a 244­137 (.640) record in the Sunshine State Conference. Before Schmidt’s arrival, UT basketball posted a 207­315 record (.397). With an all­time overall record of 576­274 (.678), Schmidt earned his 500th career victory on Dec. 12, 2005 with a 67­58 victory over Eckerd. He became the 116th coach in NCAA history to reach the 500 vic­ tory milestone and the seventh in NCAA II. He also registered his 500th Spartan victory at Lynn on Feb. 17, 2007.

While serving as the head coach at Vanderbilt for two seasons from 1979­81, Schmidt guided the Commodores to a sixth place finish in the SEC in his first season. Highlighting his rookie season campaign were victories over LSU, Auburn, Florida, Mississippi State and Georgia. In his second season at Vanderbilt, Schmidt led his team to a 60­55 victory over Kentucky in the SEC Tournament before falling in the SEC Finals to Mississippi State. The 1980­81 season featured vic­ tories over notable opponents including Iowa State, Memphis, Alabama, Georgia, Auburn and Florida. Schmidt came to Tampa in 1982 to resurrect a pro­ gram that had been dormant for 13 years. His first season (1983­84), he took a starting lineup of one junior and four freshman and won the Sunshine State Conference tournament and the accompanying bid to the NCAA Division II tournament, en route to a 20­11 season. It was the first time in NCAA history that a first­year team (in any division) made the national tournament. His teams have made 14 NCAA Tournament appearances, including the 2001 season, when he guided Tampa to the NCAA Final Four, where the Spartans fell to national champion Kentucky Wesleyan by one­point in overtime. The following season, in 2001­02, Schmidt guided his team to a 26­ 3 overall record while tying his school record for vic­ tories in a season with the 1986­87 and 1989­90 squads. Under Schmidt’s direction the Spartans have finished first or second in the SSC all but seven years. He was

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Head Coach Richard Schmidt voted South Region Coach of the Year following the 1985­86 season and was named the Sunshine State Conference Coach of the Year in 1986, 1989, 1990, 1993, 2000, and 2002. Among the outstanding players who have adorned Tampa’s red, black and gold under Schmidt are the 2008 SSC Player of the Year Jeremy Black, 2006 SSC Player­of­the­Year and all­time career assist leader Mark Borders, 2002 SSC Player of the Year Jon Brown, 1998 SSC Player of the Year Tamari Thompson, 1995 SSC Player of the Year Idris Mays, three­time All­ American and two­time Division II Player of the Year Todd Linder, NBA veteran Nate Johnston, two­time All­ American and NCAA record holder Bryan Williams and SSC scoring champions Drexel and DeCarlo Deveaux, the latter also a two­time All­American and SSC Player of the Year. A 1964 graduate of Western Kentucky University, Schmidt began his playing career at Westport High School in Louisville. In 1969, he became head coach at Ballard High School where he built a dynasty for the next eight years. Twice voted Kentucky’s out­

2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball standing high school coach and three­time Louisville prep Coach of the Year, Schmidt led Ballard to a 183­ 32 record during his tenure. His teams earned six dis­ trict titles in addition to the 1977 Kentucky State Championship. In all, he sent 21 players to college on full scholarships. After winning the state crown in 1977, Schmidt moved to the collegiate coaching ranks as an assistant to Terry Holland at the University of Virginia. The Cavaliers participated in the National Invitation Tournament in each of his two seasons (1978­79) at Virginia and compiled a record of 39­18. A professional aviculturist, Schmidt breeds exotic birds (some of which he’s sold to Wayne Newton) and keeps well over 100 in his backyard aviary. Recognized worldwide as an expert in the field, Schmidt’s interest has taken him to China and Indonesia. Richard is married to Mary Jo and they have two chil­ dren, Steven and Staci, and seven grandchildren.

Richard Schmidt Career Record Year 1979­80 1980­81 1983­84 1984­85 1985­86 1986­87 1987­88 1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1991­92 1992­93 1993­94 1994­95 1995­96 1996­97 1997­98 1998­99 1999­00 2000­01 2001­02 2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09 2009­10 TOTALS

School Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa 29 seasons

Record 13­13 15­14 20­11 23­8 22­8 26­6 24­8 24­7 26­5 23­6 19­10 25­5 22­9 25­6 14­13 23­7 16­11 10­16 24­5 25­7 26­3 15­12 16­13 18­11 19­9 15­14 21­9 16­12 11­16 576­274

Pct. .500 .517 .645 .742 .767 .813 .750 .774 .839 .793 .655 .833 .710 .806 .519 .767 .593 .385 .828 .781 .734 .556 .552 .621 .679 .517 .700 .571 .407 .678

SSC Record

Place

NCAA Tournament

9­5 10­2 11­1 10­2 6­4 9­3 11­1 9­3 5­7 11­1 10­4 10­4 6­8 10­4 9­3 4­10 12­2 10­4 13­1 6­8 6­8 8­8 10­6 7­9 11­5 8­8 4­12 244­137

2nd 1st 1st 2nd Tie­2nd 1st Tie­1st Tie­2nd 5th 1st Tie­1st 2nd 5th 3rd 1st 8th 2nd Tie­2nd 1st 6th 6th Tie­4th 4th 5th 2nd 4th Tie­7th .640

3rd South Region 2nd South Region 2nd South Region 3rd South Region 3rd South Region 2nd South Region 4th South Region did not play did not play 3rd South Region 2nd South Region 2nd South Region did not play 3rd South Region did not play did not play 2nd South Region National Semifinalist 3rd South Region did not play did not play did not play did not play did not play 3rd South Region did not play did not play 15 appearances

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Assistant Coach Justin Pecka

Justin Pecka ASSISTANT COACH 2nd season Tampa, 2009

2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball Justin Pecka is in his second season as an assistant coach after previously serving as the team’s manager. As an assistant, his duties include player development, recruiting, film exchange and preparing scouting reports. He also assists in day­to­day operations of the program. Upon graduation, Pecka worked basketball camps around the country including the University of Tennessee, University of North Carolina, Duke University, University of Connecticut, Syracuse University and Providence College.

The UT graduate served as the manager for the 2008­09 season and his main responsibilities included film­ ing games, managing equipment and assisting in practice. A native of South Windsor, Conn., he graduated from Tampa in May 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in finance. An honors student, Pecka was also awarded a Dean’s Scholarship.

Student Assistant Anthony LaBruno

Anthony LaBruno STUDENT ASSISTANT COACH 1st season

After playing two seasons at UT, Anthony LaBruno currently serves as a student assistant coach. He is responsible for assisting with all aspects of the pro­ gram while completing his degree requirements. As a senior, he played in 21 games, starting 18 for the Spartans. He was one of three UT players to average double figures (11.2 ppg). He also finished with 37 assists and 13 steals while shooting .462 from the field. He started in 25 games for UT as a junior, averaging 11.5 points and 3.9 rebounds. He shot .447 from the field and also connected on 34 3­pointers while tally­

ing 63 assists and 25 steals. Prior to Tampa, he spent two years at Ocean County (N.J.) College. A 2008 first­team All­American, he was also a first­team all­Region XIX and all­Garden State Athletic Conference selection as a sophomore. He aver­ aged 19.4 points, 7.4 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 1.2 steals per game in 29 contests as a sophomore. As a freshman at OCC, he garnered all­Garden State Athletic Conference honors while averaging 18.5 points, 5.1 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.4 steals per game. A graduate of Bayonne (N.J.) High School, LaBruno played high school basketball for Jack Hladik with cur­ rent UT player Rashad Callaway. LaBruno is working towards a degree in sport management while expecting to graduate in May 2011.

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Alphabetical

Numerical

2009-10 Roster # 3 4 10 12 15 20 21 22 23 24 25 30 31 32 34 35 40 42 44 RS RS

Name Rashad Callaway Tariq Mackey Ryan Kidd Pete Byrne Dylan DeFeo Eric Moraes Fred Woods Rudy Jean Jerrel Harris Ashton Graham Glyn Hunter Ben Tumas Irving Fayman Callum Townsend Osby Kelly Anthony Griffis Ted Amendola Corey Pelot Stefon Barfield Fred Lewis Haymond Rankin

2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball Position G G G G G G/F F G F G F F G F G G F F F G/F G

Height 5­10 6­2 6­3 6­0 6­3 6­5 6­7 5­8 6­6 6­4 6­6 6­4 6­0 6­5 6­2 6­4 6­8 6­5 6­6 6­5 6­3

Weight 170 200 195 180 205 175 200 165 200 205 210 215 185 220 205 180 230 215 225 190 210

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

Hometown Bayonne, N.J. Orlando, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. Syracuse, N.Y. Marco Island, Fla. Hollywood, Fla. Milwaukee, Wis. Gibsonton, Fla. Grand Prairie, Texas Toronto, Ontario Liverpool, England Brielle, N.J. East Northport, N.Y. Riverview, Fla. Baton Rouge, La. Raleigh, N.C. Boston, Mass. Horseheads, N.Y. Panama City, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Grand Cayman, C.I.

Head Coach: Richard Schmidt Student Assistant Coach: Anthony LaBruno

Assistant Coach: Justin Pecka Manager: Max Carroll

# 40 44 12 3 20 31 24 35 23 25 22 34 10 4 20 42 32 30 21

Weight 230 225 180 170 205 185 205 180 200 210 165 205 195 200 175 215 220 215 200

Name Ted Amendola Stefon Barfield Pete Byrne Rashad Callaway Dylan DeFeo Irving Fayman Ashton Graham Anthony Griffis Jerrel Harris Glyn Hunter Rudy Jean Osby Kelly Ryan Kidd Tariq Mackey Eric Moraes Corey Pelot Callum Townsend Ben Tumas Fred Woods

Position F F G G G G G G F F G G G G G/F F F F F

Height 6­8 6­6 6­0 5­10 6­3 6­0 6­4 6­4 6­6 6­6 5­8 6­2 6­3 6­2 6­5 6­5 6­5 6­4 6­7

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

Previous School Bayonne HS Orlando Christian Prep Lyman HS Onondaga CC Lely HS Flanagan HS Williston State College East Bay HS Bridgton Academy Franklin Pierce College Prescot School Manasquan HS St. Thomas More Prep Bloomingdale HS Catholic HS Lincoln Trail College Xaverian Brothers HS Horseheads HS Rutherford HS Bayshore Christian School John Gray HS

Pronunciation AM­en­dola STEF­ohn burn RUH­shad DIH­luhn DUH­fay­o UR­ving FAY­man ASH­tuhn gram GRIH­fis JAIR­ul glin jeen OZ­bee tur­EEK more­ays PUH­lot CAL­um two­MISS

The 2009­10 Tampa men’s basketball team: (front row, from left) Manager Max Carroll, Alexandros Pitoulis, David Oriettas, Fred Lewis, Eric Moraes, Ryan Kidd, Assistant Trainer Nate Woods. (middle row, from left) Head Coach Richard Schmidt, Irving Fayman, Rashad Callaway, Rudy Jean, Pete Byrne, Assistant Coach Justin Pecka.(back row, from left) Tariq Mackey, Anthony Griffis, Ashton Graham, Callum Townsend, Dane Rawlins, Jerrel Harris, Ted Amendola, Fred Woods, Corey Pelot, Stefon Barfield, Glyn Hunter, Ben Tumas, Dylan DeFeo, Osby Kelly.

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TV/Radio Roster

#3

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#4

Rashad Callaway

Tariq Mackey

5-10 - 170 - Sr. - G

#21

#10 Ryan Kidd

#12

#20

Pete Byrne

Eric Moraes

6-2 - 200 - Fr. - G

6-3 - 195 - Fr. - G

6-0 - 180 - Sr. - G

6-5 - 175 - Fr. - G

#22

#23

#24

#25

Fred Woods

Rudy Jean

Jerrel Harris

Ashton Graham

Glyn Hunter

6-7 - 200 - Sr. - F

5-8 - 165 - Sr. - G

6-6 - 200 - So. - F

6-4 - 205 - Jr. - G

6-6 - 210 - Sr. - F

#31

#32

#34

#35

#30 Ben Tumas

Irving Fayman

6-4 - 215 - Jr. - F

6-0 - 185 - So. - G

#40

Callum Townsend 6-5 - 220 - So. - F

Osby Kelly

Anthony Griffis

6-2 - 205 - Jr. - G

6-4 - 180 - Jr. - G

#44

#42

Ted Amendola

Corey Pelot

Stefon Barfield

6-8 - 230 - So. - F

6-5 - 215 - Jr. - F

6-6 - 225 - Fr. - F

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2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball

2010-11 Outlook The University of Tampa men’s basketball team will look to rebound from the 2009­10 campaign where the team ended the season 11­16 overall and 4­12 in conference play. Although Tampa has been selected as the No. 7 team in the Sunshine State Conference preseason poll, the coaches and players believe that they have been mistakably underestimat­ ed. The Spartans will look for leadership this season in a core group of 15 returners while adding a very talented recruiting class. Coaches and players will look to gain respect both in the conference and in the region in hopes to contend for an NCAA bid. One of the teams top returners, senior point guard Rashad Callaway is already gearing up for a successful season. The Bayonne, N.J. native has already been tabbed as a Division II Bulletin Preseason Honorable Mention All­American for the second­straight­year. Callaway lead the Sunshine State Conference in scoring last season and ranks among the top 10 in 10 different statistical categories in Tampa’s history. Among his accomplishments last season were first team all­ SSC, first team NABC all­South Region, and first team Datronics all­South Region. Last season Callaway led the Tampa team in scoring (21.1 ppg), assists (167) and steals (64). Assistant coach Justin Pecka believes Callaway will continue to be a major weapon in UT’s offense. “The leadership factor is better than ever with Rashad. The best thing about Rashad is that his team goals are way ahead of his personal goals,” says Pecka. The senior captain will look to be a major con­ tributor on the offensive end and will push to repeat as the SSC leading scorer. Another returner to the court this year is senior Rudy Jean as he comes back as Callaway’s top back­up. The spark off the bench added 30 assists in his 251 minutes last season as a true point guard on the floor. The Gibsonton, Fla. native played in 21 games last year helping the Spartans on the scoreboard in 15 contests. Not only is Jean known for his distributing abilities, but he is also one of the team’s top on­

Preseason All-American Rashad Callaway returns at point guard to lead the Spartans. ball defenders. Coaches and teammates will look to have Jean as a major provider on both the offensive and defensive end. When head coach Richard Schmidt is in need of a fundamen­ tal presence, he looks for senior forward Glyn Hunter. With five years of experience at UT, the captain is known for doing the “dirty work” on the floor while also being able to knock down the 15­foot jump shot. Coach Pecka refers to Hunter as “Mr. Reliable” because he can always find a way to get the job done. Whether it is boxing out, shutting down a player defensively or setting a big screen, Hunter is the man for the job. Last year the Liverpool, England native registered 19 starts and recorded the second best field­goal percentage on the team. “Senior leadership will carry the team­ Rashad, Rudy and Glyn have been keeping the intensity up in practice and it is clear that they are willing to do what it takes to win,” notes Pecka. Another senior that will be back on the hardwood this sea­ son is senior Pete Bryne. The Syracuse, N.Y. native returns to the lineup as a true shooter that knows the Tampa system. The senior leadership and experience that Bryne possesses is essential to the success of the team both on the court and off. The six­foot guard will push for minutes on the perime­ ter and look to make an impact in the back­court. The last senior that will appear on the roster this season is forward Fred Woods. As a junior, Woods played in 21 games while scoring double figure points in 13. The six­foot­seven forward is deadly both in the paint and from behind the arc. Woods makes it extremely difficult for defenders as he is fully equipped with both speed and talent. The senior will look to add to Tampa’s depth as he will be eligible to play in December.

Callum Townsend captured a freshman team all-SSC nod last season.

Another Tampa letterman that will return to the court this season is junior Ashton Graham. Last year the Toronto, Ontario native made an immediate impact on the team help­

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2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball ing the Spartans on the scoreboard in 21 games. The six­ foot­four guard brings an explosive fire power to the perime­ ter as a strong guard that can take contact going to the bas­ ket. Graham will be a key factor in the success of the team this season as coaches and teammates will look to him to add a spark in the rotation. Sophomores Jerrel Harris and Ted Amendola come back to Tampa with heightened expectations. Harris, a six­foot­six forward is a long player that possesses a dagger inside the 3­ line. Although a forward, the Grand Prairie, Texas native plays much like a guard. Amendola revisits Tampa’s court as the tallest player on the roster this year. Known for his phys­ ical presence, the six­foot­eight forward is looked to for his defensive presence and rebounding means. Osby Kelly and Dylan Defeo return to Tampa as key reserves. Already with two years under their belt, the juniors will push for minutes on the wing. The experience and leader­ ship that each player gives is crucial in the development and success of the team. Looking to return in the paint this season are junior for­ wards Corey Pelot and Ben Tumas. Last season Pelot saw action in all 27 games and recorded double figure minutes in 14. The six­foot­five forward is known for his offensive and defensive rebounding capabilities. Tumas returns to Tampa as a dominant asset in the paint as well. The Brielle, N.J. native is a quick forward that brings a powerful presence to the court. The duo will fight for minutes in the paint and will be expected to lead the Spartans front­court. This season Tampa will return freshman team all­SSC player Callum Townsend. The sophomore ranked third on the team in scoring last season while seeing playing time in all 26 con­ tests. A local athlete, Townsend gained valuable experience as a freshman last year helping the Spartans on the scoreboard in almost every game. The starting forward will look to capi­ talize on his freshman year as he will climb the ladder in pro­ gram marks.

Glyn Hunter returns with the second best field-goal percentage on the team. A new addition to this year’s lineup is junior college transfer Anthony Griffis. The junior comes to UT from Lincoln Trail College where he averaged 13 ppg. Coach Pecka believes that Griffis will be another big time player in Tampa’s rota­ tion this year. With long arms and incredible speed, the small forward will look to bring a high intensity defensive presence both in the paint and on the perimeter this season. New to the court this season and waiting to play in their first collegiate game is Tariq Mackey, Irving Fayman and Stefon Barfield. Redshirting his freshman year, Fayman has already seen how Tampa’s system works while working on his individual game. Fayman will look to steal minutes at the guard position and add to the Spartans perimeter game. Tampa welcomes Tariq Mackey to the 2010­11 recruiting class as the Spartans will look to develop its team for years to come. The Orlando, Fla. native caught the coaching staff’s eye as a quick player that possesses a lot of heart. Mackey will push for minutes at the guard position as he will try to make a name for himself in Tampa’s rotation. Already turning heads of the UT coaching staff, assistant Coach Pecka believes Barfield will be a surprise player. “As long as he is healthy he will be a contributor. He brings a big body, good hands and impressive rebounding skills,” says Pecka.

Senior captian Rudy Jean

With leadership and experience on the Spartans side, the future looks bright for the 2010­11 squad. Fully equipped with a deep roster that comes abundantly packed with talent, both UT players and coaches are eager to catch the attention doubters. Beginning the season with nothing to lose and everything to gain, the Spartans like its chances to contend for an SSC title.

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2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball

Ted Amendola

#40

Sophomore Forward 6-8, 230 Boston, Mass. Xaverian Brothers HS

As a Freshman: Saw action in 12 games with the Spartans while starting in four… Credited with a point in seven games… Played a season­high 34 minutes against Barry (2/20) while tallying a sea­ son­best 12 points and two steals…Scored seven points versus Eckerd (2/17) going just shy of a perfect game with 3­4 from the field…Brought down a season­best five rebounds and dished out two assists against Palm Beach Atlantic (2/27)…Shot an impressive (.583) from the field on the year…Started and recorded points in the SCC Tournament against Rollins (3/3). High School: Attended Xaverian Brothers High School and played for coach Alex Salacki…Averaged 16 points, nine rebounds and five blocks…Played AAU basketball for BNBL…Helped team to champi­

onship game of city tournament. Personal: Helped summer team to Boston Pro­Am championship...Went on a service trip to New Orleans for hurricane relief with Catholic Charities…Related to Keith Yandle, who plays for the NHL’s Phoenix Coyotes...Coached brother's baseball team...Son of Woody and Jennifer Amendola…Has a younger sister (Brooke) and brother (Brett)…Management major…Birthdate: 1/30/91.

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Getting to Know Ted Career Goals................................................Have a happy and loving family Favorites Food ........................................................................................Chicken Parmesean Movie ..................................................................................................The Departed Television Show ................................................................................Man vs. Wild Actor ....................................................................................................Adam Sandler Professional Athlete ....................................Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce Historical Person ............................................................................Ted Williams Vacation Spot ....................................................................................Disney World Sports Team..................................................................................Boston Red Sox Subject in School ........................................................................................History Web site ......................................................................................................Facebook Thing I like most about UT ..................................Beach volleyball court What I do in my spare time ....................................................................Relax

Amendola’s Career Highs Points: 12 vs. Barry (2/20/10) Field Goals Made: 5 vs. Barry (2/20/10) Field Goals Attempted: 7 vs. Barry (2/20/10) Field Goal Percentage: .714 (5­7) vs. Barry (2/20/10) Free Throws Made: 2 twice, last vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Free Throws Attempted: 4 vs. Eckerd (2/17/10) Rebounds: 5 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (2/27/10) Assists: 2 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (2/27/10) Steals: 2 vs. Barry (2/20/10) Blocks: 1 vs. Eckerd (2/17/10) Minutes: 34 vs. Barry (2/20/10) Amendola’s Career Statistics Year GP GS Min Avg 2009-10 12 4 122 10.2 TOTAL 12 4 122 10.2

FG 14 14

FGA 24 24

Pct .583 .583

FG 0 0

FGA 0 0

Pct .000 .000

FT 5 5

FTA 9 9

Pct .556 .556

Off 7 7

Def 11 11

Tot 18 18

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Avg 1.5 1.5

PF 20 20

FO 0 0

Ast 3 3

TO 3 3

Blk 2 2

Stl 6 6

Pts 33 33

Avg 2.8 2.8


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Pete Byrne

#12

Senior Guard 6-0, 180 Syracuse, New York Onondaga CC

As a Junior: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll…Saw action in 12 games…Played 20 minutes versus Puerto Rico­Bayamon (11/28) scoring a season­ high eight points…Recorded a steal in two games versus St. Thomas (11/25) and Florida Southern (2/24)…Got to the free throw line in five games sinking 5­6 in his season high performance against Puerto Rico­Bayamon (11/28)…Had an assist once several times versus Puerto Rico­Bayamon (11/28), Rollins (1/16) and Florida Southern (2/24)…Was perfect from the field against SSC foe, Florida Southern (2/24)…Saw action in five SSC contests. As a Sophomore: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll with a perfect 4.0 GPA…Saw action in nine games…Made Spartan debut against Puerto Rico­ Cayey (11/18)…Scored first points and season­ high 13 minutes against Puerto Rico­Piedras (11/19)…Recorded his first Spartan rebound

against Puerto Rico­Rio Piedras…Had season­high two assists against Florida Memorial (11/22)…Tallied a steal at Palm Beach Atlantic (12/6)…Connected with a pair of 3­pointers…Was 2­2 from free­throw line in SSC meeting with Florida Tech (2/21)…Saw action in five SSC con­ tests. As a Freshman (OCC): Played in 31 games at Onondaga (N.Y.) Community College…Helped team to conference tournament win while playing for head coach Dave Pasiak. High School: Played for coach Pat Donnelly at Bishop Ludden High School...Averaged 7.5 points and 4.5 assists. Personal: Son of Terry Byrne and Paula Byrne...Has three siblings, older sister Lauren and younger sisters Sara and Molly...Management major, finance minor...Birthdate: 10/15/87.

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Byrne’s Career Highs Getting to Know Pete

Points: 8, vs. Puerto Rico­Bayamon (11/28/09) Field Goals Made: 2 vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) FG Attempted: 3 vs. Puerto Rico­Bayamon (12/6/08) 3­Point Field Goals Made: 1 several times, last vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) 3­Point FG Attempted: 3 vs. Puerto Rico­Bayamon (12/6/08) Free Throws Made: 5 vs. Puerto Rico­Bayamon (11/28/09) Free Throws Attempted: 6 vs. Puerto Rico­Bayamon (11/28/09) Rebounds: 2 twice, last vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (11/19/08) Assists: 2 vs. Florida Memorial (11/22/08) Steals: 1 twice, last vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Blocked Shots: 1 vs. Florida Southern (3/7/09) Minutes: 20 vs. Puerto Rico­Bayamon (11/28/09)

Byrne’s Career Statistics Year GP GS Min 2008-09 9 0 32 2009-10 12 0 69 TOTAL 21 0 101

Avg 3.6 5.8 4.8

FG 2 4 6

FGA 7 10 17

Pct .286 .400 .353

FG 2 3 5

FGA 5 7 12

Pct .400 .429 .417

FT 2 9 11

Career Goals ..........................................................................................To coach Favorites Food ....................................................................................................................Steak Movie..................................................................................................He Got Game Television Show ..........................................................................................Weeds Actor/Actress....................................................................Denzel Washington Professional Athlete ................................................................Michael Jordan Professional Team............................................................Philadelphia Eagles Thing I like most about UT............................................................Weather What I do in my spare time ....................................................................Golf

FTA 2 16 18

Pct 1.000 .563 .611

Off 1 0 1

Def 3 1 4

Tot 4 1 5

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Avg 0.4 0.1 0.2

PF 5 11 16

FO 0 0 0

Ast 5 3 8

TO 2 4 6

Blk 1 0 1

Stl 1 2 3

Pts 8 20 28

Avg 0.9 1.7 1.3


2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball

Rashad Callaway

#3

Senior Guard 5-10, 170 Bayonne, New Jersey Bayonne High School

As a Junior: First team all­SCC…First team NABC all­South Region…First team Daktronics all­South Region… All­American Division II Bulletin honor­ able mention…SSC Player of the Week (1/11)…Started in all 27 games…Was the team leader in points, assists, free throw percentage, steals, and minutes played…Ranked among the top 10 in 10 different statistical categories for individ­ ual career records in program history…Moved into the programs number one spot in minutes aver­ aged with (34.3)…Shifted into second place in Spartan history averaging five assists throughout his career…Established the programs third best in 3­point field goals made with a total of 165 as well as 3­point field goals attempted with 505… Collected the third spot in program history for assists with a total of 424 among his career…Grabbed the number six spot in program history with a scoring average of (16.9), field goals attempted with 1,187, and steals averaged with (1.7)…Ranked in the program as the eighth best player in free throws attempted with 505 and points scored with 1,439…Moved into the pro­ grams ninth spot for free throws made with 378…Helped the Spartans on the score board in every game, scoring double figures in 24…Had one double­double against Saint Leo (1/6) scoring 27 points and pulling down 10 boards…Was the con­ ference leader in scoring last season, recording a total of 569 points, helping his achievement was a career­high point performance going 9­17 from behind the arc ending the game with 45 points against Lynn (1/9)…Was the conference leader in assists last season with a total of 167 registering a season­high 10 assists twice versus Rollins (1/16) and Saint Leo (2/10)…Led the conference last sea­ son in steals with a total of 64 with his best defen­ sive game against Florida Tech (1/30) recording five steals…Ended the year averaging 21 points, four rebounds and six assists per game. As a Sophomore: First team all­SSC…Second team NABC all­South Region…Second team Daktronics all­South Region…SSC Player of the Week (1/20)…Started in all 28 games…Was the team leader in points, assists, free throws made, field goals made, three­pointers, steals, and minutes played…Tallied at least 15 points in 19 games…Scored a season­high 31 points on three occasions, against Florida Memorial (11/22), Valdosta State (12/16) and Florida Tech

(2/21)…Scored 30­plus points in four games, and 20­plus points a total of 12 times…Scored 30 points at Nova Southeastern (2/15)…Finished the season with eight straight double figure scoring efforts…Recorded a season­high seven rebounds on three occasions, against West Florida (11/28), Rollins (2/7) and Saint Leo (2/18)…Notched a dou­ ble­double against Lynn (2/28), scoring 22 points and handing out a season­high 10 assists…Was a perfect 7­7 from beyond the arc against Florida Memorial…Also connected on seven 3­pointers ver­ sus Palm Beach Atlantic (1/31)…Hit a 3­pointer in 25 games…Had a total of 10 3­pointers in consecu­ tive SSC contests with Florida Tech (2/21) and Florida Southern (2/25)…Registered a season­high four steals three times West Florida, Lynn, and Florida Southern (3/7)…Had an assist in every game, including multiple assists in 27 of 28 games played. As a Freshman: Started in all 30 games…Averaged 12 points, three rebounds and four assists per game…Made the SSC All­Freshman Team...Made the SSC All­Conference Team…Scored a season­high 27 points against Florida Southern (3/9) while also playing a season­high 45 minutes...Went 7­8 from the free throw line against Saint Leo (1/9)...Had last shot in final seconds against Florida Southern to win game. High School: Averaged 21 points, eight assists and three steals per game his senior year…Appeared in the IS8 New York City tournament, Hudson county all­star game and the Hudson versus Essex County all­star game…First team all­county and third team all­group for his senior year…Won the Bernie Ockene Memorial Basketball award…Was named the MVP at Bayonne High School his senior year...Played club basketball for Bayonne Mean Machine, where he led team to a Hamilton Park and Zoo Crew summer league championship. Personal: Played summer basketball in 2009 with All Net/Pro­Am, where he was named the league’s Rookie of the Year…Member of Student­Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)…Represented UT at SAAC ELITE Weekend…Volunteered for numerous basketball clinics…The son of Johnny and Marcella Callaway…Sport management major...Birthdate: 6/9/89.

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Callaway’s Career Highs Points: 45 vs. Lynn (1/9/10) Field Goals Made: 13 vs. Lynn (1/9/10) Field Goals Attempted: 27 vs. Valdosta State (12/12/09) Field Goal Percentage: .800 (12­15) vs. Florida Memorial (11/22/08) 3­Point Field Goals Made: 9 vs. Lynn (1/9/10) 3­Point FG Attempted: 17 vs. Lynn (1/9/10) 3­Point FG Percentage: 1.000 (7­7) vs. Florida Memorial (11/22/08) Free Throws Made: 14 vs. Lynn (2/6/10) Free Throws Attempted: 17 twice, last vs. Lynn (2/6/10) Free Throw Percentage: 1.000 (9­9) several times, last vs. Barry (2/20/10) Rebounds: 10 vs. Saint Leo (1/6/10) Assists: 10 several times, last vs. Saint Leo (2/10/10) Steals: 5 vs. Florida Tech (1/30/10) Blocked Shots: 1 several times, last vs. Barry (1/23/10) Minutes: 50 vs. Valdosta State (12/12/09) Callaway’s Career Statistics Year GP GS Min 2007-08 30 30 962 2008-09 28 28 963 2009-10 27 27 989 TOTAL 85 85 2914

Avg 32.1 34.4 36.6 34.3

FG 124 164 160 448

FGA 308 413 466 1187

Pct .403 .397 .343 .377

FG 46 65 54 165

FGA 136 179 190 505

Pct .338 .363 .284 .327

FT 72 111 195 378

FTA 116 150 239 505

Getting to Know Rashad Favorites Food ......................................................Rice and beans with chicken Movie ......................................................................................Meteor Man Television Show................................................................Fresh Prince Actor/Actress ......................................................Denzel Washington Professional Athlete ......................................................Allen Iverson Historical Person.........................................Martin Luther King, Jr. Subject in School ............................................................................Math Pct .621 .740 .816 .749

Off 22 26 18 66

Def 68 81 93 242

Tot 90 107 111 308

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Avg 3.0 3.8 4.1 3.6

PF 83 63 70 216

FO 2 0 2 4

Ast 131 126 167 424

TO 91 77 112 280

Blk 4 2 3 9

Stl 38 43 64 145

Pts 366 504 569 1439

Avg 12.2 18.0 21.1 16.9


2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball

Dylan DeFeo

#20

Junior Guard 6-3, 205 Marco Island, Florida Lely High School

As a Sophomore: Saw action versus Edward Waters (11/27) bringing down two rebounds in just eight minutes…Helped the Spartans on the scoreboard in the SSC match up against Florida Southern (2/24) and recorded a season­high two steals in only five minutes…Had an assist on two occasions against Edward Water (11/27) and Florida Southern (2/24). As a Freshman: Made his collegiate debut and recorded a season­high 10 minutes against Puerto Rico­Cayey (11/18)…Scored a season high five points on two occasions, against Puerto Rico­Cayey and Palm Beach Atlantic (12/6)…Saw action in five games…Credited with a steal in three games…Saw time in SSC contest with Rollins (2/7)…Had an assist versus Puerto Rico­Cayey and Florida Memorial…Connected on two 3­pointers.

High School: Played for coach Don Stewart at Lely High School his sophomore through senior years…Played at Mater Dei High School his fresh­ man year in Santa Ana, Calif. for coach Gary McKnight…Averaged 13 points, six assists, seven rebounds and two steals a game…Held the record for most assists…Selected first team all­confer­ ence…Ranked in the top ten point guards in Florida by ESPN…Played in SWFL all­star game… Selected first team all­area…Played for South Coast AAU club team for coach Gary McKnight. Personal: Awarded Dean’s scholarship…Volunteered for Habitat For Humanity, served at a soup kitchen, read at Lely Elementary School, assisted at YMCA…Son of Don and Lori DeFeo…Public health major…Birthdate: 10/29/88.

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DeFeo’s Career Highs

Getting to Know Dylan

Points: 5 twice, last vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (12/6/08) Field Goals Made: 2 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (12/6/08) Field Goals Attempted: 4 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (12/6/08) Field Goal Percentage: 1.000 (1­1) vs. Florida Memorial (11/22/08) 3­Point Field Goals Made: 1 twice, last vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (12/6/08) 3­Point Field Goals Attempted: 2 twice, last vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (12/6/08) Free Throws Made: 2 twice, last vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Free Throws Attempted: 4 vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Rebounds: 2 vs. Edward Waters (11/27/09) Assists: 1 several times, last vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Steals: 2 vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Minutes: 10 vs. Puerto Rico­Cayey (11/18/08)

DeFeo’s Career Statistics Year GP GS Min 2008-09 5 0 26 2009-10 2 0 13 TOTAL 7 0 39

Avg 5.2 6.5 5.6

FG 4 1 5

FGA 10 3 13

Pct .400 .333 .385

FG 2 0 2

FGA 4 0 4

Pct .500 .000 .500

FT 2 2 4

Superstitions ..................................................................................................Rest Career Goals ............................................To become a physical therapist Favorites Food ..................................................................................................................Italian Movie ......................................................................................................Old School Actor/Actress............................................Sean Connery and Nicolas Cage Professional Athlete..........................................................................Steve Nash Professional Team.........................................................Phoenix Suns Vacation Spot ..............................................................................................Hawaii Subject in School ......................................................................................Science Thing I like most about UT.................. ..............Strong academics and ................................................................................................basketball program What I do in my spare time ..............................................Play basketball

FTA 2 5 7

Pct 1.000 .400 .571

Off 0 1 1

Def 1 2 3

Tot 1 3 4

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Avg 0.2 1.5 0.6

PF 2 3 5

FO 0 0 0

Ast 2 2 4

TO 4 2 6

Blk 0 0 0

Stl 3 2 5

Pts 12 4 16

Avg 2.4 2.0 2.3


2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball

Irving Fayman

#31

Sophomore Guard 6-0, 185 East Northport, N.Y. St. Thomas More Prep

As a Freshman: Did not see any playing as a red­ shirt. High School: Attended St. Thomas More Prep and played for coach Jerre Quin as a junior and senior…Averaged 28 points per game while playing at Bridgehampton High School…Played at BHS as a freshman and sophomore...Named an all­star at Five­Star Camp…Earned numerous all­tournament awards at AAU and high school tournaments…Once scored 50 points in a game…Held high honors as a junior. Personal: Both parents were gold medalists at the 1980 Olympics in the Soviet Union…Son of Steven and Irina Fayman…Has a younger brother (Barry) and sister (Sabrina)…Criminology major…Birthdate: 1/25/90.

Getting to Know Irving Favorites Food ................................................................................................Lasagna Movie ..............................................................................................Wanted Television Show........................................................................The Hills Actor ..........................................................................................Will Smith Professional Athlete......................................................Lebron James Historical Person ......................................................Nelson Mandela Vacation Spot ................................................................................Tobago Professional Team ............................................Cleveland Cavaliers Subject in School..................................................................Economics Website ....................................................................www.youtube.com Thing I like most about UT ......................................................Girls What I do in my spare time ......................................Meet people

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2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball

Ashton Graham

#24

Junior Guard 6-4, 205 Toronto, Ontario Franklin Pierce College

As a Sophomore: Played in 25 games with the Spartans seeing double figure minutes in 18 and starting in seven…Made an immediate impact on the team helping the Spartans on the scoreboard in 21 games and recording double figure points in three…Shot 40 free throws throughout the season recording overall free throw percentage of (.700)…Had a season­high 21 points at Florida Southern (1/20) going 7­13 from the field…Had a season­high nine rebounds against Puerto Rico­ Bayamon (11/28)…Saw action in 16 SSC match­ ups...Ended the year shooting (.375) from behind the arc. As a Freshman (FPC): Attended Franklin Pierce College (N.H.), where he played in 12 games…Made collegiate debut versus Nyack (11/15)…Scored sea­ son­high eight points at Assumption (2/18) and

seven at Saint Anselm (2/16)…Recorded a point in four contests…Grabbed a rebound in eight games, including a season­high four at Merrimack (2/10)…Connected on three 3­point baskets and had an assist and a block against American International (2/21). High School: Attended Gaither High School in Tampa, playing for coach Dywayne Olinger...Named Homecoming King. Personal: Son of Uvalyn Graham…Has one brother, Eric McClean…Accounting major…Birthdate: 4/6/89.

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Graham’s Career Highs Points: 21 vs. Florida Southern (1/20/10) Field Goals Made: 7 vs. Florida Southern (1/20/10) Field Goals Attempted: 13 vs. Florida Southern (1/20/10) Field Goal Percentage: .538 (7­13) vs. Florida Southern (1/20/10) 3­Point Field Goals Made: 3 vs. Florida Southern (1/20/10) 3­Point Field Goals Attempted: 4 vs. Florida Southern (1/20/10) 3­Point Field Goal Percentage: 1.000 (2­2) vs. Concordia (12/21/09) Free Throws Made: 5 vs. Edward Waters (11/27/09) Free Throws Attempted: 6 vs. Florida Southern (1/20/10) Free Throw Percentage: 1.000 (5­5) vs. Edward Waters (11/27/09) Rebounds: 9 vs. Puerto Rico­Bayamon (11/28/09) Assists: 3 twice, last vs. Florida Tech (1/30/10) Steals: 2 several times, last vs. Barry (2/20/10) Blocked Shots: 2 twice, last vs. Barry (1/23/10) Minutes: 44 vs. Florida Southern (1/20/10) Graham’s Career Statistics Year GP GS Min 2009-10 25 7 421 TOTAL 25 7 421

Avg 16.8 16.8

FG 40 40

FGA 94 94

Pct .426 .426

FG 12 12

FGA 32 32

Pct .375 .375

FT 28 28

FTA 40 40

Getting to Know Ashton Favorites: Television Show.................................................Law and order SVU Actor/Actress.............Denzel Washington/Leonardo DiCaprio Historical Person ............................................................Jesus Christ Professional eam....................................................................Redskins Website ..............................................................................................ESPN What I do in my spare time..............................Basketball work Pct .700 .700

Off 21 21

Def 48 48

Tot 69 69

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Avg 2.8 2.8

PF 45 45

FO 2 2

Ast 17 17

TO 18 18

Blk 7 7

Stl 13 13

Pts 120 120

Avg 4.8 4.8


2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball

Jerrel Harris

#23

Sophomore Forward 6-6, 200 Grand Prarie, Texas Bridgton Academy

As a Freshman: Saw action in 16 games with the Spartans seeing double figure minutes in seven…Credited with a point in eight games and played in seven SSC match ups…Scored a season­ high 12 points in just 26 minutes versus SCC foe, Florida Tech (12/5)…Scored 11 points going 4­9 from the field against Edward Waters (11/27)…Recorded a season­best two steals versus Florida Southern (2/24)…Scored five points and tabbed a season­high three assists and eight rebounds against Valdosta State (12/12).

eighth place national ranking…Previously attended L.G. Pinkston High School and coach Nick Smith…Top game was a 54 point effort…Selected to play in Coca Cola Classic all­star game…Played club basketball for Dallas Showtime and Wolverines…Club coach was Erving Davis. Personal: Brother plays overseas in France…Son of Jerrel and Veronika Harris…Has four sisters, Nakisha, Tamika, Alexis and Jerrelynn…Business major…Birthdate: 3/19/90.

High School: Attended Bridgton Academy in 2008­ 09… Helped team to NEPSAC championship and

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Harris’ Career Highs Points: 12 vs. Florida Tech (12/5/09) Field Goals Made: 5 vs. Florida Tech (12/5/09) Field Goals Attempted: 9 vs. Edward Waters (11/27/09) 3­Point Field Goals Made: 1 several times, last vs. Delta State (12/22/09) 3­Point Field Goals Attempted: 4 twice, last vs. Benedict (12/9/09) Free Throws Made: 2 several times, last vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (2/27/10) Free Throws Attempted: 4 vs. Florida Tech (12/5/09) Rebounds: 8 vs. Valdosta State (12/12/09) Assists: 3 vs. Valdosta State (12/12/09) Steals: 2 vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Minutes: 27 vs. Valdosta State (12/12/09) Harris’ Career Statistics Year GP GS Min 2009-10 16 0 158 TOTAL 16 0 158

Avg 9.9 9.9

FG 16 16

FGA 50 50

Pct .320 .320

FG 4 4

FGA 18 18

Pct .222 .222

FT 8 8

Getting to Know Jerrel Favorites Professional Team..................................................Dallas Mavericks Professional Athlete...................................................Tracy McGrady

FTA 12 12

Pct .667 .667

Off 7 7

Def 23 23

Tot 30 30

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Avg 1.9 1.9

PF 23 23

FO 1 1

Ast 11 11

TO 14 14

Blk 3 3

Stl 5 5

Pts 44 44

Avg 2.8 2.8


Student-Athletes

2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball

Glyn Hunter

#25

Senior Forward 6-6, 210 Liverpool, England Prescot School

As a Junior: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll…Played in all 27 games with the Spartans while starting in 19…Recorded a season­high 40 minutes against Valdosta State (12/12)…Shooting above 100 shots, has the second best field goal per­ centage on the team…Had a season­high 18 points versus Edward Waters (11/27)…Brought down a season­best 11 rebounds against Nova Southeastern (1/2) tallying just a point shy of a double double…Was the third best on the team last season in rebounds with an average of (3.9) a game…Had a season­high four assists versus Lynn (2/6)… Registered two steals twice against Valdosta State (12/12) and Nova Southeastern (1/2).

(2/28)…Season­high was a 14 point effort against Eckerd…Also tallied nine points with seven rebounds at Lynn (2/28)…Connected on four 3­ pointers at Eckerd (1/7) and three at Lynn…Grabbed nine rebounds and also scored nine points in season opener against Puerto Rico­Cayey (11/18)…Had multiple rebounds in 13 games, including each of the first six games…Recorded three assists at Barry (3/4) and dished out two assists in three games…Notched a season­high three steals against Florida Memorial (11/22)…Two blocked shots at Palm Beach Atlantic (12/6) repre­ sented a season high…Had at least one blocked shot in eight games.

As a Sophomore: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll with a perfect 4.0 GPA…DII ADA Academic Achievement Award…Started in eight games while playing in all 28…Recorded a season­high 38 min­ utes against Eckerd (1/7) and Lynn

As a Freshman (2007­08): Played in 11 games...Clocked a season­high 19 minutes against Palm Beach Atlantic (1/26)...Scored season­high seven points against Nova Southeastern, while also recording a steal and an assist. As a Freshman (2006­07): Did not play while sit­ ting out as a redshirt. High School: Recipient of the Outstanding Academic and Sporting Achievement Award at Prescot School...Averaged over 30 points per game for Liverpool in Junior National League...Played club basketball for Liverpool Basketball Club and the Toxteth Tigers...Named the MVP of U­16 and U­ 18 teams...Led his team to the Patrons Cup in the English Division 2 Basketball League. Personal: Named most outstanding graduate in accounting program at UT...Spent time with IRS Vita Tax Preparation Program...Volunteered as a basket­ ball coach to primary school children in England...Recipient of a partial academic scholar­ ship...Cousin, Robert Campbell, plays American football for Great Britain…Son of Phil Hunter and Lesley Campbell Hunter...Enrolled in the Masters of accounting school after earning Bachelor's degree...Birthdate: 12/4/86.

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Hunter’s Career Highs Points: 18 vs. Edward Waters (11/27/09) Field Goals Made: 8 vs. St. Thomas (11/25/09) Field Goals Attempted: 10 twice, last vs. St. Thomas (11/25/09) Field Goal Percentage: 1.000 (3­3) vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (1/26/08) 3­Point Field Goals Made: 4 twice, last vs. Edward Waters (11/27/09) 3­Point Field Goals Attempted: 8 vs. Eckerd (1/7/09) 3­Point Field Goal Percentage: 1.000 (2­2) vs. Florida Memorial (11/22/08) Free Throws Made: 7 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (2/27/10) Free Throws Attempted: 8 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (2/27/10) Free Throw Percentage: 1.000 (6­6), vs. Puerto Rico­Bayamon (11/28/09) Rebounds: 11 vs. Nova Southeastern (1/2/10) Assists: 4 vs. Lynn (2/6/10) Steals: 3 vs. Florida Memorial (11/22/08) Blocks: 2 twice, last vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (12/06/08) Minutes: 40 twice, last vs. Nova Southeastern (1/2/10) Hunter’s Career Statistics Year GP GS Min 2007-08 11 0 45 2008-09 28 8 585 2009-10 27 19 710 TOTAL 66 27 1340

Avg 4.1 20.9 26.3 20.3

FG 7 36 60 103

FGA 10 89 115 214

Pct .700 .404 .522 .481

FG 2 18 11 31

FGA 4 58 39 101

Pct .500 .310 .282 .307

FT 3 11 37 51

FTA 4 17 51 72

Getting to Know Glyn Career Goals ....Become a CPA and work in audit or tax field Favorites Food ..................................................................................................Scouse Movie........................................................................Going Off Big Time Vacation Spot.................................................................Tenby, Whales Professional Athlete..............................................Duncan Ferguson Professional Team.....................................................................Everton Subject in School ............................................Accounting and math What I do in my spare time ....................................................Read Pct .750 .647 .725 .708

Off 1 17 43 61

Def 3 53 63 119

Tot 4 70 106 180

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Avg 0.4 2.5 3.9 2.7

PF 8 51 62 121

FO 0 1 2 3

Ast 2 22 24 48

TO 1 11 24 36

Blk 1 9 5 15

Stl 4 13 10 27

Pts 19 101 168 288

Avg 1.7 3.6 6.2 4.4


Student-Athletes

2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball

Rudy Jean

#22

Senior Guard 5-8, 165 Gibsonton, Florida East Bay High School

As a Junior: Played in 21 games with the Spartans running double figure minutes in 13…Helped the Spartans on the score board in 15 games …Among the top three on the team in steals tallying a steal in 15 games with the Spartans …Recorded a season­ high seven points twice versus Barry (1/23) and Florida Southern (2/24)…Grabbed a season­high five steals in the season opener against Florida Memorial (11/23)…Dished out a season­high five assists twice versus Florida Southern (1/20) and Barry (1/23)…Ended the year shooting (.333) per­ cent from behind the arc…Registered three steals in the SSC Tournament against Rollins (3/3). As a Sophomore: Played in 25 of UT’s contests as a top reserve at point guard…Recorded a season­high 12 points in the season opener against Puerto Rico­Cayey (11/18)…Recorded 20 steals through­ out the season, including five against Puerto Rico­ Cayey…Scored in 13 games while playing double figure minutes in 16 contests…Tallied five points versus Emmanuel (12/12) and Nova Southeastern (2/15)…Dished out six assists versus Florida Tech

(2/21)…Had a steal in five of final six games…Played in all 16 SSC contests…Registered multiple assists in 10 games. As a Freshman: Played in nine games and was credited with at least one point in four games...Had two assists against Nova Southeastern (1/5)...Went 2­2 from the free throw line against Saint Leo (3/8). High School: Averaged 21.3 points, four assists and two steals per game as a senior…Appeared in the Hillsborough vs. Pinellas County all­star game and also The UNCF all­star game where he was named MVP for his performance…Male athlete of the year at East Bay High School...Named team MVP. Personal: Chose UT because of its great academic standards and athletics…Originally hails from Queens, New York...Son of Fritz and Magalie Jean…Has four siblings (Randall, Jonathan, Angelo, Thierry)…Marketing major...Birthdate: 11/12/1989.

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Getting to Know Rudy

Jean’s Career Highs

Career Goals ......................................................Become head coach Favorites Food ............................................................................................Hot wings Movie............................................................................Friday After Next Television Show ..........................................Everybody Hates Chris Actor/Actress ......................................................................Jessica Alba Professional Athlete ........................................................Kobe Bryant Historical Person ..................................................Wilt Chamberlain Vacation Spot ..................................................................................Brazil Sports Team..............................................................New York Knicks Subject in School ............................................................................Math Website ............................................................................www.nba.com What I do in my spare time ........................................Play games

Points: 12 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (12/6/08) Field Goals Made: 4 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (12/6/08) Field Goals Attempted: 8 vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Field Goal Percentage: .750 (3­4) vs. McMaster (12/27/07) 3­Point Field Goals Made: 2 vs. Puerto Rico­Cayey (11/18/08) 3­Point FG Attempted: 3 vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Free Throws Made: 3 twice, last vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Free Throws Attempted: 6 vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Rebounds: 4 twice, last vs. Barry (2/20/10) Assists: 7 vs. Puerto Rico­Cayey (11/18/08) Steals: 5 twice, vs. Florida Memorial (11/23/09) Blocks: 2 vs. McMaster (12/27/07) Minutes: 24 vs. Barry (1/23/10) Jean’s Career Statistics Year GP GS Min 2007-08 9 0 35 2008-09 25 0 273 2009-10 21 0 251 TOTAL 55 0 559

Avg 3.9 10.9 12.0 10.2

FG 3 17 23 43

FGA 9 64 55 128

Pct .333 .266 .418 .336

FG 1 5 5 11

FGA 4 18 15 37

Pct .250 .278 .333 .297

FT 2 7 10 19

FTA 4 8 18 30

Pct .500 .875 .556 .633

Off 1 8 6 15

Def 4 16 19 39

Tot 5 24 25 54

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Avg 0.6 1.0 1.2 1.0

PF 10 42 33 85

FO 0 0 0 0

Ast 2 38 30 70

TO 8 29 22 59

Blk 0 1 0 1

Stl 0 20 13 33

Pts 9 46 61 116

Avg 1.0 1.8 2.9 2.1


2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball

Herman Kelly

#34

Junior Guard 6-2, 205 Baton Rouge, Louisiana Catholic High School

As a Sophomore: Saw action in 17 games with the Spartans seeing double figure minutes in four…Credited with a point in seven games…Helped the Spartans on the scoreboard while playing a sea­ son­high 23 minutes against SSC foe, Lynn (2/6)…Had season­high five points and three rebounds against Florida Southern (2/24)…Had a season­best two steals against Lynn (2/6)…Made an appearance in the SSC Tournament against Rollins (3/3). As a Freshman: Played in 10 games as a true freshman…Mad his collegiate debut against Puerto Rico­Cayey (11/18)…Scored season­high five points on 2­3 shooting versus Puerto Roci­Rio Piedras (11/19)…Also scored two points in games with Florida Memorial (11/22) and SSC tourna­ ment semifinal game with Florida Southern (3/7)…Grabbed a rebound in three games…Connected on lone 3­pointer and season high two field goals against Puerto Rico­Rio Piedras. High School: Played for head coach Kemper Todd at Catholic High School...Averaged six points, five rebounds, and two assists per game as a senior…Most Improved Player Award…Appeared in the AAU Nationals where he averaged 15 points, six rebounds, and three assists a game… Played club ball for the Baton Rouge Red Storm under Johnathan Pixley. Personal: Volunteered at the Parker House and St. Vincent De Paul…Chose UT for its academic reputa­ tion… Son of Linda and Herman Kelly...Has a younger sister, Tiffany...Criminology major…Birthdate: 9/25/89.

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Kelly’s Career Highs Points: 5 twice, last vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Field Goals Made: 2 several times, last vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Field Goals Attempted: 6 vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) 3­Point Field Goals Made: 1 several times, last vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) 3­Point Field Goals Attempted: 3 vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Free Throws Made: 3 vs. Eckerd (2/17/10) Free Throws Attempted: 4 vs. Eckerd (2/17/10) Rebounds: 3 vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Assists: 1 twice, last vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (2/27/10) Steals: 2 vs. Lynn (2/6/10) Blocks: 1 vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Minutes: 23 vs. Lynn (2/6/10) Kelly’s Career Statistics Year GP GS Min 2008-09 10 0 27 2009-10 17 0 120 TOTAL 27 0 147

Avg 2.7 7.1 5.4

FG 4 8 12

FGA 8 21 29

Pct .500 .381 .414

FG 1 3 4

FGA 3 11 14

Pct .333 .273 .286

FT 0 3 3

FTA 0 7 7

Getting to Know Herman Favorites Food ......................................................................................................Pizza Movie ....................................................................................I Am Legend Television Show................................................................Fresh Prince Actor/Actress ................................Will Smith/Scarlett Johansson Professional Athlete..........................................................Ben Gordon Professional Team ....................................................Dallas Cowboys Historical Person ........................................Martin Luther King, Jr. Subject in School ........................................................................History Website ......................................................................................Facebook Thing I like most about UT....Great education and weather What I do in my spare time ..................Hang out with friends Pct .000 .429 .429

Off 0 2 2

Def 3 11 14

Tot 3 13 16

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Avg 0.3 0.8 0.6

PF 0 17 17

FO 0 0 0

Ast 1 1 2

TO 4 5 9

Blk 0 1 1

Stl 0 5 5

Pts 9 22 31

Avg 0.9 1.3 1.1


2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball

Corey Pelot

#42

Junior Forward 6-5, 215 Horseheads, N.Y. Horseheads High School

As a Sophomore: Saw action in all 27 games, recorded double figure minutes in 14 and started in two…Credited with a point in 11 games…Had a sea­ son­best six points against Palm Beach Atlantic (1/27) going perfect from the field…Recorded a season high five rebounds and two assists at Florida Southern (1/20)…Registered a season­best two blocks against Florida Southern (2/24)…Tallied a steal on three separate occasions against Edward Waters (11/27), Nova Southeastern (2/3) and Rollins (3/3)…Helped the Spartans on the score­ board in the SSC Tournament versus Rollins (3/3). As a Freshman: Opened career with four points and season­high three steals in 13 minutes against Puerto Rico­Cayey (11/18)…Added three points and season­high two rebounds at Palm Beach Atlantic (12/6)…Scored in four games, including

SSC meeting at Nova Southeastern (2/15)...Grabbed an offensive rebound in first three games of sea­ son…Notched a rebound in SSC game at Saint Leo (2/18). High School: Played for coach Steve Monks at Horseheads High School...Averaged 12 points, 10 rebounds and five blocks...Won the Elmira College Summer League...Played on the winning team in the Coaches vs. Cancer tournament two years in a row...Played in the Stars and Stripes all­star game and also the Senior all­star game. Personal: Volunteered with the elementary school, also planted flowers for school and public library...Son of Tim and Luann Pelot...Business man­ agement major...Birthdate: 3/31/90.

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Pelot’s Career Highs

Getting to Know Corey

Points: 6 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (1/27/10) Field Goals Made: 3 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (1/27/10) Field Goals Attempted: 4 vs. Florida Southern (1/20/10) 3­Point Field Goals Made: 1 vs. Florida Southern (1/20/10) 3­Point Field Goals Attempted: 1 twice, last vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Free Throws Made: 3 vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Free Throws Attempted: 4 vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Free Throw Percentage: 1.000 (2­2) twice, last vs. Concordia (12/21/09) Rebounds: 5 vs. Florida Southern (1/20/10) Assists: 2 vs. Florida Southern (1/20/10) Steals: 3 vs. Puerto Rico­Cayey (11/18/08) Blocks: 2 vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Minutes: 32 vs. Florida Southern (1/20/10)

Superstitions ..............................................................Listen to music Career Goals ..............................To play professional basketball Favorites Food ......................................................................................................Steak Movie ............................................................................................Die Hard Television Show ..................................................................Family Guy Actor/Actress ..................................................................Heath Ledger Professional Athlete ........................Chris Paul and Joey Sindelar Professional Team.........................................................Phoenix Suns Vacation Spot ................................................................................Florida Subject in School ............................................................................Math Thing I like most about UT................................Friendly people What I do in my spare time ..................................Watch movies

Pelot’s Career Statistics Year GP GS Min 2008-09 9 0 43 2009-10 27 2 288 TOTAL 36 2 331

Avg 4.8 10.7 9.2

FG 3 8 11

FGA 6 21 27

Pct .500 .381 .407

FG 0 1 1

FGA 0 2 2

Pct .000 .500 .500

FT 4 10 14

FTA 6 14 20

Pct .667 .714 .700

Off 3 13 16

Def 2 21 23

Tot 5 34 39

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Avg 0.6 1.3 1.1

PF 10 36 46

FO 0 0 0

Ast 0 6 6

TO 2 12 14

Blk 0 3 3

Stl 3 3 6

Pts 10 27 37

Avg 1.1 1.0 1.0


2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball

Haymond Rankin Junior Guard 6-3, 210 Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands John Gray High School As a Sophomore: Did not register any playing time in first season at UT. As a Freshman (UCCI): Attended University College of the Cayman Islands. High School: Attended John Gray High School, play­ ing for Victor Ogarro…Played club basketball for Juniors…Helped summer team to Hoop Group Elite bracket championship…Graduated with honors. Personal: Member of honors program...Played for Cayman Islands under­20 national team in interna­ tional tournament…Son of Kent Rankin and Vickie Ferderick…Has three younger sisters, Kendra, Chaiz­Lee and Isrieal…Business management major…Birthdate: 12/28/90.

Getting to Know Haymond Superstitions ............................Pray to Father God for strength Career Goals ......................Get a good job to help God’s people Favorites Food ............................................................................Everything I cook Movie ..............................................................................The Book of Eli Television Show ......................................Fresh Prince of Bell Aire Actor/Actress ........................................................................Will Smith Professional Athlete ..............................................Carmelo Anthony Historical Person ............................................................................Jesus Professional Team....................................................Denver Nuggets Vacation Spot ................................................................Grand Cayman Subject in School ..................................................................Marketing Website ....................................................www.thepotterstouch.com Thing I like most about UT ........................................The classes What I do in my spare time ..............................................Meditate

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2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball

Callum Townsend

#32

Sophomore Forward 6-5, 220 Riverview, Florida Bloomingdale HS

As a Freshman: Freshman­team all­SSC…SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll…Made an immediate impact as a rookie seeing playing time in 26 games and starting in 18…Ranked third on the team last season in scoring being credited with a point in 25 games and scoring double figures in 12…Logged two double­doubles scoring 21 points versus Lynn (2/6) and 17 at Saint Leo (2/10)…Had a season­ high 25 points against Puerto Rico­Bayamon (11/28) going 6­9 from behind the arc…Second on the team in rebounds, averaging (4.4) a game with a season­best 12 against Lynn (2/6)…Registered a season­high three assists twice versus Edward Waters (11/27) and Benedict (12/9)… Credited with a three­point basket in 23 games ending the season shooting (.366) from behind the arc…Ended the year shooting an impressive (77.8) percent from the free throw line...Scored nine points in the SSC Tournament against Rollins (3/3). High School: Played for former UT basketball play­

er Josh Chapin at Bloomingdale High School…Averaged 26 points and 12 rebounds as a senior…All­time leading scorer also holds school record with 93 percent free throw percentage…Finished career with 1,556 career points…Named one of Tampa Bay’s most prolific scorers of the decade by St. Petersburg Times…First­team all­county…Won the Alston "Mac" McGahagin Boys Basketball Award…Averaged 27 points and 10 rebounds while leading Hillsborough County in scoring as a junior…Shot 59 percent from the field and 47 per­ cent from 3­point range…Played AAU basketball for coach Tom Haslam. Personal: Started shooting clinics for boys and girls around Tampa Bay, where he worked with over 20 kids...Son of Tom and Allison Townsend…Has two older brothers (Cameron and Miller) and one younger brother (Grant)…Communications major…Birthdate: 9/21/90.

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Townsend’s Career Highs Points: 25 vs. Puerto Rico­Bayamon (11/28/09) Field Goals Made: 7 several times, last vs. Lynn (2/6/10) Field Goals Attempted: 18 vs. Rollins (1/16/10) Field Goal Percentage: .700 (7­10) vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (1/27/10) 3­Point Field Goals Made: 6 twice, last vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (1/27/10) 3­Point Field Goals Attempted: 16 vs. Rollins (1/16/10) 3­Point Field Goal Percentage: .667 (6­9) twice, last vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (1/27/10) Free Throws Made: 7 vs. Puerto Rico­Bayamon (11/28/09) Free Throws Attempted: 9 vs. Puerto Rico­Bayamon (11/28/09) Free Throw Percentage: .778 (7­9) vs. Puerto Rico­Bayamon (11/28/09) Rebounds: 12 vs. Lynn (2/6/10) Assists: 3 twice, last vs. Benedict (12/9/09) Steals: 1 several times, last vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Blocks: 1 several times, last vs. Rollins (3/3/10) Minutes: 37 vs. Saint Leo (1/6/10) Townsend’s Career Statistics Year GP GS Min Avg 2009-10 26 18 652 25.1 TOTAL 26 18 652 25.1

FG 90 90

FGA 233 233

Pct .386 .386

FG 70 70

FGA 191 191

Pct .366 .366

FT 28 28

Getting to Know Callum Career Goals........................Play in European Basketball League Favorites Food ................................................................................................Anything Movie ..................................................................White Men Can’t Jump Television Show..............................................................Law and Order Actor......................................................................................Nicholas Cage Professional Athlete ......................................................General Patton Vacation Spot ........................................................................Florida Keys What I do in my spare time ..........................................................Eat FTA 36 36

Pct .778 .778

Off 19 19

Def 96 96

Tot 115 115

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Avg 4.4 4.4

PF 80 80

FO 4 4

Ast 26 26

TO 31 31

Blk 7 7

Stl 6 6

Pts 278 278

Avg 10.7 10.7


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Ben Tumas

#30

Junior Forward 6-4, 215 Brielle, New Jersey Manasquan High School

As a Sophomore: Saw action in 13 games with the Spartans seeing double figure minutes in two…Played in seven SSC match­ups…Credited with a point in four games…Made his Spartans debut playing 18 min­ utes against St. Thomas (11/25) scoring four points and bringing down a season­high seven rebounds...Had a season­best six points against SSC foe, Florida Southern (2/24)…Logged two assists and one block against St. Thomas (11/25)…Saw action in the SSC Tournament against Rollins (3/3). As a Freshman: Attended UT but did not play basketball. High School: Attended Manasequan High School and played for coach Kurt Fenchell. Personal: Son of Jack and Mary Tumas…Has two sisters, Jacqueline and Moira…International business management major…Birthdate: 9/17/89.

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Tumas’ Career Highs

Getting to Know Ben

Points: 6 vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Field Goals Made: 3 vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Field Goals Attempted: 4 vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Free Throws Attempted: 2 vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Rebounds: 7 vs. vs. St. Thomas (11/25/09) Assists: 2 vs. St. Thomas (11/25/09) Blocks: 1 twice, last vs. Florida Southern (2/24/10) Minutes: 18 vs. vs. St. Thomas (11/25/09) Tumas’ Career Statistics Year GP GS Min 2009-10 13 0 64 TOTAL 13 0 64

Avg 4.9 4.9

FG 6 6

FGA 11 11

Pct .545 .545

FG 0 0

FGA 0 0

Pct .000 .000

FT 0 0

Favorites Food ................................................................................................Pork Roll Television Show......................................................................South Park Actor ..........................................................................................Will Farrell Historical Person..................................................................Jesus Christ Sports Team ..............................................................................The Eagles What I like most about UT ................................................Weather What I do in my spare time ................................Play videogames FTA 3 3

Pct .000 .000

Off 1 1

Def 13 13

Tot 14 14

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Avg 1.1 1.1

PF 11 11

FO 0 0

Ast 3 3

TO 3 3

Blk 2 2

Stl 0 0

Pts 12 12

Avg 0.9 0.9


2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball

Fred Woods

#21

Senior Forward 6-7, 200 Milwaukee, Wis. Williston State College

As a Junior: Played in 21 games as a junior, start­ ing in all...Scored double figure points in 13 games… Recorded eight double­doubles for the year with his best offensive performance against Emmanuel (12/12) going 15­21 from the field and ending the game with 37 points, seven blocked shots and 18 rebounds…Scored an impressive 29 points against Puerto Rico­Pio Piedras (11/19)…Recorded a season high 3 steals several times…. Tabbed a season high six assists at Eckerd (1/7)…Went 9­10 from the free­throw line against West Florida (12/18)…Was 80 percent from behind the charity stripe for the season…Ended the year averaging 13 points and eight rebounds for the Spartans. As a Sophomore: Averaged 13 points and eight rebounds per game while at Williston State College...Started 28 games. As a Freshman: Attended Williston State College playing for head coach Hunter Berg...Averaged 12

points and eight rebounds per game...Was second on the team in minutes played while starting in 23 games. High School: Averaged 13 points and 10 rebounds a game at Riverside University High School for coach Jerry Lucket...First­team all­Milwaukee City Conference pick...Honorable Mention Milwaukee Journal Sentinel pick...Chosen to play in the 2006 WBCA all­state game...Wisconsin state all­ star...Played club basketball for Playground Warriors. Personal: Played in Bay Pro­Am league...Recipient of 2008 Milwaukee Rec Humanitarian Award...Worked at the YMCA, helping with summer programs for children...Son of Fred and Charmaine Woods...Has two sisters, Destiny Green and Morgan...Younger sister Morgan plays basketball for Cornell College...Sports management major...Birthdate: 11/20/87.

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Getting to Know Fred

Woods’ Career Highs

Career Goals ....................Continue basketball as far as possible Favorites Food ........................................................................................................Pasta Television Show ......................................................................The Office Professional Athlete ..........................................................................Kobe Historical Person ............................................Martin Luther King Jr. Vacation Spot ..................................................................................Mexico Sports Team ............................................................Los Angeles Lakers Subject in School ....................................................................Computers What I like most about UT ..........................................The campus What I do in my spare time....................................Watch movies, ........................................................play videogames, play with my dog

Points: 37 vs. Emmanuel (12/12/08) Field Goals Made: 15 vs. Emmanuel (12/12/08) Field Goals Attempted: 21 vs. Emmanuel (12/12/08) Field Goal Percentage: .857 (6­7) vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (1/27/10) 3­Point Field Goals Attempted: 1 vs. Rollins (02/07/09) Free Throws Made: 9 vs. West Florida (12/18/08) Free Throws Attempted: 10 vs. West Florida (12/18/08) Free Throw Percentage: 1.00 (7­7) vs. Barry (01/17/09) Rebounds: 18 vs. vs. Emmanuel (12/12/08) Assists: 6 at Eckerd (01/07/09) Steals: 3 vs. Rollins (01/10/09) Blocks: 7 vs. Emmanuel (12/12/08) Minutes: 40 vs. Emmanuel (12/12/08) Woods’ Career Statistics Year GP GS Min 2008-09 21 21 564 TOTAL 21 21 564

Avg 26.9 26.9

FG 106 106

FGA 194 194

Pct .546 .546

FG 0 0

FGA 1 1

Pct .000 .000

FT 61 61

FTA 76 76

Pct .803 .803

Off 90 90

Def 84 84

Tot 174 174

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Avg 8.3 8.3

PF 67 67

FO 5 5

Ast 17 17

TO 48 48

Blk 48 48

Stl 25 25

Pts 273 273

Avg 13.0 13.0


2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball

Stefon Barfield

Anthony Griffis

Freshman

Junior

Forward

Guard

6-6, 225

6-4, 180

Panama City, Florida

Raleigh, North Carolina

Rutherford High School

Lincoln Trail College

#44

#35

High School: Attended Rutherford High School under coach Rhondie Ross…Averaged 17 points per game as a senior…Also led his team in rebound­ ing…Made it to the FHSAA Final Four as a senior. Personal: Florida Bright Futures scholarship recip­ ient…Son of Ellis and Janet Short… Has one younger sibling, Bryson…Sport management major…Birthday: 12/22/91.

Getting to Know Stefon Career Goals ..............................................................Be a sports agent Favorites Food ........................................................................................................Pizza Movie ..........................................................................Pineapple Express Professional Athlete ..........................................................................Kobe

As a Sophomore (LTC): Played for Lincoln Trail College…Played in 26 games with the Statesmen…Averaged 13 points per game…Connected on 22 3­pointers while ranking second on team in scoring. As a Freshman: (LTC): Played for Lincoln Trail College…Played in 27 games as a freshman…Averaged 11 points per game…One of three players on team to average double figures...Member of all­district and all­conference teams. High School: Played at Mount Zion Christian Academy under coach Fozard…Named McDonald’s Player of the Game on six occasions…2005­06 team MVP…First­team all­conference from 2007­ 08…Participated in the Raleigh Chavis league in St. Augustine. Personal: Son Rodney Griffis and Tracey Brown… Has one younger sibling, Frankie…Sport manage­ ment major…Birthdate: 3/27/89. Getting to Know Anthony Superstitions.....................................................................Music/dance Favorites Food ................................................................................................Pancakes Favorite Vacation Spot ..........................................................The beach Professional Athlete ..................................Lebron James and Kobe Favorite Thing About UT...............................................The campus

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#10

Ryan Kidd

Fred Lewis

Sophomore

Freshman

Guard

Guard

6-3, 195

6-5, 190

Jacksonville, Florida

Tampa, Florida

RS

Lyman High School

High School: Played for Lyman High School under coach Norman Ready…Participated in the Orange vs. Seminole County and Florida vs. USA red unsigned all­star game...Was voted as the Orlando Sentinel classroom star…Played for the Team Florida travel squad under coach Scott Saunders and was a Hoop Mountain tournament champion. Personal: Volunteered with Relay For Life…Son of Robin and Edgar Kidd… Has one sibling, Edger Jr…Math major…Birthdate: 12/9/91.

Bayshore Christian School

High School: Played for Bayshore Christian School under coach Herman Valdez…Participated in the Hillsborough County and Hillsborough versus Pinellas all­star games…Averaged 24.7 points per game as a senior…Played for the Brandon Bolts club team under coach Brock Day. Personal: Florida Bright Futures scholarship recip­ ient…Volunteered at a nursing home…Son of Fred Lewis Sr…Has two younger siblings, Joshua and Rayna…Father played basketball at UT in 1987­ 88…Sport management major…Birthdate: 8/23/92.

Getting to Know Ryan Favorites Professional Sports Team...........................................................Lakers Television Show......................................................................Boondocks Professional Athlete ..........................................................................Kobe Subject in School................................................................................Math

Getting to Know Fred Favorites Food.......................................................................................Mac n’ Cheese Movie ..................................................................................................Sandlot Television Show ..........................................................................The Hills Actor/Actress ..........................................................................Megan Fox Vacation Spot ....................................................................................Miami Professional Athlete ................................................Carmelo Anthony Professional Sports Team ........................................Denver Nuggets Website ............................................................................................Youtube Professional Athlete ....................................................Tracy McGrady What I do in my spare time.........................................................Chill

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#4

Tariq Mackey

Eric Moraes

Freshman

Freshman

Guard

Guard

6-2, 200

6-5, 175

Orlando, Florida

Hollywood, Florida

Orlando Christian Prep

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Flanagan High School

High School: Played at Flanagan High School under High School: Played at Orlando Christian Prep under coach Reggie Hohn…Was a 2008­09 FHSAA coach Mike Bentwegna…Participated in the Five 1A state champion…Took home another state cham­ Star Tampa Hoops Classic. pionship in 2009­10 during his senior year. Personal: Son of Henry and Maria Moraes… Has Personal: Leadership award recipient…Volunteered one older sibling, Michael… Graphic design major… in a pre­k classroom in high school…Son of Jeff and Birthdate: 9/13/91. Shirley Mackey…Has one sibling, Sakeena…General studies major…Birthdate: 5/18/92.

Getting to Know Eric Career Goals................................................................Work on movies Favorites Food ......................................................................................................Cereal Movie..............................................................................................Inception Television Show ..............................................................................House Professional Athlete ..........................................................Kobe Bryant Vacation Spot....................................................................................Hawaii Sports Team ....................................................Lakers and the Patriots Subject in School ....................................................................Basketball Website..........................................................................................Facebook Thing I like most about UT ..........Basketball and nice people What I do in my spare time ........Draw, hang out with friends

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2009-10 Schedule/Results

2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball

RECORD ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON­CONFERENCE

OVERALL 11­16 4­12 7­4

DATE 11/23/09 11/25/09 11/27/09 11/28/09 12/05/09 12/09/09 12/12/09 12/21/09 12/22/09 01/02/10 01/06/10 01/09/10 01/13/10 01/16/10 01/20/10 01/23/10 01/27/10 01/30/10 02/03/10 02/06/10 02/10/10 02/13/10 02/17/10 02/20/10 02/24/10 02/27/10 03/03/10

OPPONENT FLORIDA MEMORIAL ST. THOMAS vs Edward Waters vs Puerto Rico­Bayamon at Florida Tech* at Benedict VALDOSTA STATE CONCORDIA DELTA STATE NOVA SOUTHEASTERN* SAINT LEO* at Lynn* at Eckerd* ROLLINS* at Florida Southern* BARRY* at Palm Beach Atlantic FLORIDA TECH* at Nova Southeastern* LYNN* at Saint Leo* at Rollins* ECKERD* at Barry* FLORIDA SOUTHERN* PALM BEACH ATLANTIC at Rollins&

TIME 7:30 pm 7:30 pm 5:30 pm 5:30 pm 7:45 pm 7:30 pm 4:00 pm 7:30 pm 7:30 pm 4:00 pm 7:30 pm 7:30 pm 7:30 pm 4:00 pm 7:30 pm 4:00 pm 7:00 pm 4:00 pm 7:35 pm 4:00 pm 7:50 pm 4:00 pm 7:30 pm 4:00 pm 7:40 pm 4:00 pm 7:30 pm

HOME 6­8 2­6 4­2

AWAY 3­8 2­6 1­2

NEUTRAL 2­0 0­0 2­0

SCORE L, 70­77 W, 71­68 W,106­81 W, 93­88 W, 77­70 L, 72­78 W, 78­74 (2ot) W, 86­81 L, 56­58 W, 66­63 W, 64­59 L, 77­85 L, 66­75 L,55­72 L, 89­95 (2ot) L, 75­77 W, 66­61 L,78­86 (ot) L, 88­97 L, 85­91 (ot) W, 80­65 L, 59­61 L, 54­63 L, 71­80 L, 60­85 W, 83­75 L, 54­73

ATTENDANCE 316 142 128 151 610 2567 312 112 177 217 163 311 288 138 1002 351 365 127 473 357 588 534 158 213 267 147 401

* ­ SUNSHINE STATE Conference game & ­ SSC Tournament Quarterfinal Home contests in bold ATTENDANCE SUMMARY HOME AWAY NEUTRAL TOTAL

GAMES 14 121 2 27

TOTALS 2,717 7,352 279 10,348

AVG/GAME 194 688 140 383

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2009-10 Individual Statistics ## 03 32 24 35 12 25 21 22 23 40 42 34 04 30 20 44 TM

Player CALLAWAY, Rashad TOWNSEND, Callum LABRUNO, Anthony MORRISON, Marcus BENZEGALA, Mounir HUNTER, Glyn GRAHAM, Ashton JEAN, Rudy HARRIS, Jerrel AMENDOLA, Ted PELOT, Corey KELLY, Herman BYRNE, Pete TUMAS, Ben DEFEO, Dylan EDWARDS, Javon TEAM Totals Opponents

GP 27 26 21 27 20 27 25 21 16 12 27 17 12 13 2 1

GS 27 18 18 23 17 19 7 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 0

Min 989 652 593 580 490 710 421 251 158 122 288 120 69 64 13 5

Avg 36.6 25.1 28.2 21.5 24.5 26.3 16.8 12.0 9.9 10.2 10.7 7.1 5.8 4.9 6.5 5.0

27 27

FG 160 90 80 84 58 60 40 23 16 14 8 8 4 6 1 1

FGA 466 233 173 133 136 115 94 55 50 24 21 21 10 11 3 1

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Off 18 19 16 54 12 43 21 6 7 7 13 2 0 1 1 1 37 653 1546 .422 232 670 .346 441 592 .745 258 701 1556 .451 161 465 .346 475 651 .730 314

SCORE BY PERIODS: Tampa Opponents

1st 977 904

2nd 965 1081

OT 29 49

DEADBALL REBOUNDS Tampa Opponents

OFF 67 83

DEF 7 5

TOTALS 74 88

Pct 3FG .343 54 .386 70 .462 30 .632 0 .426 39 .522 11 .426 12 .418 5 .320 4 .583 0 .381 1 .381 3 .400 3 .545 0 .333 0 1.000 0

OT2 8 4

FGA 190 191 72 0 93 39 32 15 18 0 2 11 7 0 0 0

Pct .284 .366 .417 .000 .419 .282 .375 .333 .222 .000 .500 .273 .429 .000 .000 .000

FT 195 28 46 34 26 37 28 10 8 5 10 3 9 0 2 0

FTA 239 36 61 47 34 51 40 18 12 9 14 7 16 3 5 0

Pct .816 .778 .754 .723 .765 .725 .700 .556 .667 .556 .714 .429 .563 .000 .400 .000

Def 93 96 62 76 36 63 48 19 23 11 21 11 1 13 2 1 51 627 714

Tot 111 115 78 130 48 106 69 25 30 18 34 13 1 14 3 2 88 885 1028

Avg 4.1 4.4 3.7 4.8 2.4 3.9 2.8 1.2 1.9 1.5 1.3 0.8 0.1 1.1 1.5 2.0 3.3 32.8 38.1

PF 70 80 42 65 38 62 45 33 23 20 36 17 11 11 3 0 0 556 529

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

A 167 26 37 19 39 24 17 30 11 3 6 1 3 3 2 0

14 13

TO 112 31 43 34 36 24 18 22 14 3 12 5 4 3 2 0 5 388 368 386 398

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

A 97 30 12 10 14 12 18 21 0 0 4 5 2 0 1

Blk 3 7 1 41 3 5 7 0 3 2 3 1 0 2 0 0

Stl 64 6 13 29 13 10 13 13 5 6 3 5 2 0 2 0

78 90

Pts 569 278 236 202 181 168 120 61 44 33 27 22 20 12 4 2 0 184 1979 182 2038

Avg 21.1 10.7 11.2 7.5 9.1 6.2 4.8 2.9 2.8 2.8 1.0 1.3 1.7 0.9 2.0 2.0 73.3 75.5

Blk 3 1 3 20 2 6 0 0 2 1 1 3 0 1 0

Stl 44 9 4 21 5 11 3 5 5 4 2 1 1 0 2

Avg 20.9 13.3 9.3 5.4 5.3 5.2 8.3 3.2 3.1 2.1 2.0 0.7 1.6 1.0 2.0

Totals 1979 2038

2009-10 Individual Sunshine State Conference Statistics ## 03 24 32 35 25 21 12 22 40 34 23 42 04 30 20 TM

Player CALLAWAY, Rashad LABRUNO, Anthony TOWNSEND, Callum MORRISON, Marcus HUNTER, Glyn GRAHAM, Ashton BENZEGALA, Mounir JEAN, Rudy AMENDOLA, Ted KELLY, Herman HARRIS, Jerrel PELOT, Corey BYRNE, Pete TUMAS, Ben DEFEO, Dylan TEAM Totals Opponents

GP 16 15 16 16 16 16 10 12 8 9 8 16 5 6 1

GS 16 13 9 12 13 6 7 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0

Min 591 468 387 315 396 300 220 140 82 79 63 194 17 18 5

16 16

Avg 36.9 31.2 24.2 19.7 24.8 18.8 22.0 11.7 10.3 8.8 7.9 12.1 3.4 3.0 5.0

FG 100 66 47 38 30 31 26 14 10 7 7 3 3 3 0

FGA 277 144 130 64 69 70 62 35 16 16 17 12 4 4 1

Off 11 12 9 23 26 11 5 4 1 2 2 9 0 0 1 21 385 921 .418 143 400 .358 231 320 .722 137 406 904 .449 98 279 .351 314 419 .749 187

SCORE BY PERIODS Tampa Opponents

1st 545 528

2nd 575 652

OT 24 44

DEADBALL REBOUNDS Tampa Opponents

OFF 39 47

DEF 1 1

TOTALS 40 48

Pct .361 .458 .362 .594 .435 .443 .419 .400 .625 .438 .412 .250 .750 .750 .000

3FG 36 26 40 0 4 9 18 4 0 2 1 1 2 0 0

FGA 112 57 113 0 22 23 45 12 0 7 4 2 3 0 0

Pct .321 .456 .354 .000 .182 .391 .400 .333 .000 .286 .250 .500 .667 .000 .000

FT 99 41 14 11 20 12 13 6 5 3 1 4 0 0 2

FTA 125 55 19 14 29 21 14 11 9 7 4 6 0 2 4

Pct .792 .745 .737 .786 .690 .571 .929 .545 .556 .429 .250 .667 .000 .000 .500

Def 55 48 66 40 34 35 15 10 7 6 7 13 1 3 0 28 368 448

Totals 1144 1224

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Tot 66 60 75 63 60 46 20 14 8 8 9 22 1 3 1 49 505 635

Avg 4.1 4.0 4.7 3.9 3.8 2.9 2.0 1.2 1.0 0.9 1.1 1.4 0.2 0.5 1.0 3.1 31.6 39.7

PF 43 31 52 35 45 28 18 21 15 10 11 23 6 6 1 0 345 293

10 2

TO 68 31 19 21 10 8 14 7 2 2 5 7 1 1 1 2 226 199 241 231

43 54

Pts 335 199 148 87 84 83 83 38 25 19 16 11 8 6 2 0 117 1144 93 1224

71.5 76.5


2009-10 Game-by-Game Highs Opponent FLORIDA MEMORIAL ST. THOMAS vs Edward Waters

Date 11/23/09 11/25/09 11/27/09

Score 70-77 71-68 106-81

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W/L L W W

POINTS 20-CALLAWAY, Rashad 25-CALLAWAY, Rashad 28-CALLAWAY, Rashad

REBOUNDS ASSISTS 6-HUNTER, Glyn 6-CALLAWAY, Rashad 10-MORRISON, Marcus 9-CALLAWAY, Rashad 6-HUNTER, Glyn 9-CALLAWAY, Rashad

vs Puerto Rico-Bayamon 11/28/09 93-88 at Florida Tech 12/05/09 77-70 at Benedict 12/09/09 72-78

W W L

25-TOWNSEND, Callum 9-GRAHAM, Ashton 7-CALLAWAY, Rashad 24-BENZEGALA, Mounir 7-GRAHAM, Ashton 8-CALLAWAY, Rashad 20-MORRISON, Marcus 9-TOWNSEND, Callum 7-CALLAWAY, Rashad

VALDOSTA STATE

12/12/09 78-74

CONCORDIA

12/21/09 86-81

WOT 28-CALLAWAY, Rashad 8-HUNTER, Glyn 8-CALLAWAY, Rashad CALLAWAY, Rashad HARRIS, Jerrel W 22-TOWNSEND, Callum 8-MORRISON, Marcus 5-CALLAWAY, Rashad

DELTA STATE

12/22/09 56-58

L

NOVA SOUTHEASTERN 01/02/10 66-63

W

16-CALLAWAY, Rashad 7-CALLAWAY, Rashad 3-BENZEGALA, Mounir CALLAWAY, Rashad 25-CALLAWAY, Rashad 11-HUNTER, Glyn 4-BENZEGALA, Mounir

SAINT LEO at Lynn

01/06/10 64-59 01/09/10 77-85

W L

27-CALLAWAY, Rashad 10-CALLAWAY, Rashad 5-CALLAWAY, Rashad 45-CALLAWAY, Rashad 6-MORRISON, Marcus 6-CALLAWAY, Rashad

at Eckerd

01/13/10 66-75

L

ROLLINS at Florida Southern

01/16/10 55-72 01/20/10 89-95

L LOT

26-CALLAWAY, Rashad 7-CALLAWAY, Rashad 2-HARRIS, Jerrel CALLAWAY, Rashad MORRISON, Marcus TOWNSEND, Callum 18-LABRUNO, Anthony 7-CALLAWAY, Rashad 10-CALLAWAY, Rashad 29-CALLAWAY, Rashad 7-GRAHAM, Ashton 5-JEAN, Rudy LABRUNO, Anthony CALLAWAY, Rashad

BARRY

01/23/10 75-77

L

27-LABRUNO, Anthony

at Palm Beach Atlantic

01/27/10 66-61

W

FLORIDA TECH at Nova Southeastern

01/30/10 78-86 02/03/10 88-97

LOT L

LYNN

02/06/10 85-91

LOT

20-TOWNSEND, Callum 4-TOWNSEND, Callum CALLAWAY, Rashad 30-CALLAWAY, Rashad 5-CALLAWAY, Rashad 25-CALLAWAY, Rashad 4-BENZEGALA, Mounir TOWNSEND, Callum 26-CALLAWAY, Rashad 12-TOWNSEND, Callum

at Saint Leo at Rollins ECKERD

02/10/10 80-65 02/13/10 59-61 02/17/10 54-63

W L L

at Barry

02/20/10 71-80

FLORIDA SOUTHERN

02/24/10 60-85

PALM BEACH ATLANTIC02/27/10 83-75 at Rollins 03/03/10 54-73

STEALS 5-JEAN, Rudy 3-CALLAWAY, Rashad 1-CALLAWAY, Rashad HARRIS, Jerrel GRAHAM, Ashton PELOT, Corey 2-MORRISON, Marcus 3-CALLAWAY, Rashad 1-HUNTER, Glyn CALLAWAY, Rashad 2-HUNTER, Glyn

BLOCKED SHOTS 2-BENZEGALA, Mounir 3-MORRISON, Marcus None

2-BENZEGALA, Mounir MORRISON, Marcus CALLAWAY, Rashad 2-MORRISON, Marcus BENZEGALA, Mounir 3-CALLAWAY, Rashad MORRISON, Marcus 3-MORRISON, Marcus 2-MORRISON, Marcus CALLAWAY, Rashad 3-CALLAWAY, Rashad

2-MORRISON, Marcus

2-MORRISON, Marcus 2-MORRISON, Marcus 2-TOWNSEND, Callum 3-MORRISON, Marcus

5-MORRISON, Marcus 2-MORRISON, Marcus 3-MORRISON, Marcus 1-MORRISON, Marcus CALLAWAY, Rashad 1-MORRISON, Marcus TOWNSEND, Callum

2-GRAHAM, Ashton 1-PELOT, Corey HUNTER, Glyn MORRISON, Marcus 2-GRAHAM, Ashton

8-CALLAWAY, Rashad

4-CALLAWAY, Rashad 2-CALLAWAY, Rashad GRAHAM, Ashton MORRISON, Marcus 3-CALLAWAY, Rashad LABRUNO, Anthony 4-CALLAWAY, Rashad

6-CALLAWAY, Rashad 9-CALLAWAY, Rashad

5-CALLAWAY, Rashad 3-CALLAWAY, Rashad

3-MORRISON, Marcus 1-HUNTER, Glyn

9-CALLAWAY, Rashad

3-CALLAWAY, Rashad 3-CALLAWAY, Rashad 2-MORRISON, Marcus 4-CALLAWAY, Rashad

L

17-TOWNSEND, Callum 10-TOWNSEND, Callum 10-CALLAWAY, Rashad 20-LABRUNO, Anthony 9-MORRISON, Marcus 5-LABRUNO, Anthony 14-LABRUNO, Anthony 6-TOWNSEND, Callum 6-CALLAWAY, Rashad GRAHAM, Ashton 24-CALLAWAY, Rashad 5-TOWNSEND, Callum 8-CALLAWAY, Rashad

1-MORRISON, Marcus GRAHAM, Ashton 1-MORRISON, Marcus 3-MORRISON, Marcus 1-AMENDOLA, Ted TOWNSEND, Callum None

L

8-TOWNSEND, Callum 7-TOWNSEND, Callum 4-CALLAWAY, Rashad

W L

29-CALLAWAY, Rashad 12-MORRISON, Marcus 5-BENZEGALA, Mounir 13-CALLAWAY, Rashad 7-LABRUNO, Anthony 4-CALLAWAY, Rashad

7-LABRUNO, Anthony 5-JEAN, Rudy

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2-AMENDOLA, Ted CALLAWAY, Rashad GRAHAM, Ashton 2-CALLAWAY, Rashad DEFEO, Dylan HARRIS, Jerrel 2-CALLAWAY, Rashad 3-JEAN, Rudy

1-MORRISON, Marcus

2-PELOT, Corey

2-MORRISON, Marcus 2-MORRISON, Marcus


2009-10 Team Statistics

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SCORING TOTAL POINTS Points per game Scoring margin

UT 1979 73.3 -2.2

OPPONENTS 2038 75.5 -

FIELD GOALS-ATT FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct

653-1546 653-1546 .422

701-1556 701-1556 .451

3 POINT FIELD GOALS 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game

UT 232-670 .346 8.6

OPPONENTS 161-465 .346 6.0

FREE THROWS FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game

UT 441-592 .745 16.3

OPPONENTS 475-651 .730 17.6

REBOUNDS TOTAL REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin

UT 885 32.8 -5.3

OPPONENTS 1028 38.1 -

ASSISTS TOTAL ASSISTS Assists per game

UT 388 14.4

OPPONENTS 386 14.3

TURNOVERS TOTAL TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio

UT 368 13.6 +1.1 1.1

OPPONENTS 398 14.7 1.0

STEALS TOTAL STEALS Steals per game

UT 184 6.8

OPPONENTS 182 6.7

BLOCKS TOTAL BLOCKS Blocks per game

UT 78 2.9

OPPONENTS 90 3.3

WINNING STREAK WINNING STREAK Home win streak

UT 0 1

OPPONENTS -

ATTENDANCE TOTAL ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game

2717 2717 14-194 -

7631 763 11-668 2-140

SCORE BY PERIODS: Tampa Opponents

1st 977 904

2nd OT 2OT2 965 29 8 1081 49 4

Total 1979 2038

2010-11 Individual Honors and Awards Mounir Benzegala SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll (4.0) Pete Byrne SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll Rashad Callaway All­American (D­II Bulletin honarable mention) All­SSC (first team) NABC All­South Region (first team) Daktronics All­South Region (first team) SSC Player of the Week (1/11) Glyn Hunter SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll (4.0) DII ADA Academic Achievement Award Marcus Morrison SSC Player of the Week (12/14) Callum Townsend SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll All­SSC (all­freshman team)

Glyn Hunter picked up a pair of academic awards.

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2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball

Honors and Awards All­Americans 1984­85 ­ Todd Linder (1st) 1985­86 ­ Todd Linder (1st) 1986­87 ­ Todd Linder (1st) 1989­90 ­ Bryan Williams (2nd) 1990­91 ­ Bryan Williams (3rd, Basketball Times) 1992­93 ­ DeCarlo Deveaux (2nd) 1993­94 ­ DeCarlo Deveaux (1st) 2001­02 ­ Jon Brown (2nd) 2007­08 ­ Jeremy Black (1st NABC, 2nd Daktronics) 2009­10­ Rashad Callaway (HM Divison II Bulletin)

National Player­of­the­Year 1985­86, Todd Linder 1986­87, Todd Linder 1993­94, DeCarlo Deveaux 2001­02, Jon Brown (Div. II Bulletin)

First­Team All­South Region 1986­87 ­ Todd Linder 1989­90 ­ Bryan Williams 1990­91 ­ Drexel Deveaux 1992­93 ­ DeCarlo Deveaux 1993­94 ­ DeCarlo Deveaux 1997­98 ­ Tamari Thompson 2007­08 ­ Jeremy Black (Daktronics, NABC) 2009­10 ­ Rashad Callaway (Daktronics, NABC)

Second­Team All­South Region 1986­87 ­ Nate Johnston, John Jones 1988­89 ­ Bryan Williams 1990­91 ­ Bryan Williams 1994­95 ­ Idris Mays

Current assistant coach DeCarlo Deveaux was the 1994 National Player of the Year. 2000­01 ­ Gecarri Freeman 2005­06 ­ Mark Borders 2006­07­ Chris Evans (Daktronics) 2008­09­ Rashad Callaway (Daktronics, NABC)

South Region Player of the Year 2007­08 ­ Jeremy Black (Daktronics)

First Team all­SSC 1984­85 ­ Todd Linder 1985­86 ­ Todd Linder, Nate Johnston, John Jones 1986­87 ­ Todd Linder, Nate Johnston 1988­89 ­ Bryan Williams 1989­90 ­ Bryan Williams, Drexel Deveaux 1990­91 ­ Bryan Williams, Drexel Deveaux 1992­93 ­ DeCarlo Deveaux 1993­94 ­ DeCarlo Deveaux, Idris Mays 1994­95 ­ Idris Mays 1995­96 ­ Josh Chapin 1997­98 ­ Tamari Thompson, Don Mallory 1999­2000 ­ Jon Brown, Percy White 2000­01 ­ Sylvere Bryan, Gecarri Freeman 2001­02 ­ Sylvere Bryan, Jon Brown 2002­03 ­ Achille Ngounou 2003­04 ­ James Mereus 2004­05 ­ Mark Borders 2005­06 ­ Mark Borders, Chris Evans 2006­07­ Jeremy Black 2007­08 ­ Jeremy Black 2008­09 ­ Rashad Callaway 2009­10 ­ Rashad Callaway Todd Linder was a three-time first-team All-American and two time National Player of the Year.

Second Team all­SSC

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Honors and Awards

2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball 1998­99 ­ Jon Brown, Sylvere Bryan 1999­2000 ­ James Mereus 2002­03 ­ Marty Harrington 2004­05 ­ Chris Evans 2007­08 ­ Rashad Callaway 2009­10 ­ Callum Townsend

SSC Coach of the Year 1985­86 ­ Richard Schmidt 1988­89 ­ Richard Schmidt 1989­90 ­ Richard Schmidt 1992­93 ­ Richard Schmidt 1999­2000 ­ Richard Schmidt 2001­02 ­ Richard Schmidt

SSC Player of the Year 1992­93 ­ DeCarlo Deveaux 1993­94 ­ DeCarlo Deveaux 1994­95 ­ Idris Mays 1997­98 ­ Tamari Thompson 2001­02 ­ Jon Brown 2005­06 ­ Mark Borders 2007­08 ­ Jeremy Black Head coach Richard Schmidt has earned six SSC Coach of the Year awards. 1983­84 ­ Todd Linder 1983­84 ­ Al Miller 1984­85 ­ John Jones 1986­87 ­ John Jones 1987­88 ­ Terry Rupp 1988­89 ­ Terry Rupp 1991­92 ­ DeCarlo Deveaux 1992­93 ­ Junior Hanna 1994­95 ­ Junior Hanna 1996­97 ­ Josh Chapin, Tamari Thompson 1998­99 ­ John Arigo 2001­02 ­ Gecarri Freeman 2003­04 ­ Mark Borders 2007­08 ­ Chris Evans

SSC Defensive Player of the Year 2007­08 ­ Johnathan Ball

SSC Male Athlete of the Year 2007­08 ­ Jeremy Black

GTE/CoSIDA Academic All­Region 1986­87 ­ Steve Baker 1988­89 ­ Michael Stiglich

Postseason All­Star Game 2008 ­ Jeremy Black (Collegiate Basketball Invitational) 2008 ­ Jeremy Black (NABC Division II All­Star Game)

Honorable Mention all­SSC 1983­84 ­ John Jones 1988­89 ­ Drexel Deveaux 1990­91 ­ Matt Streff 1991­92 ­ Matt Streff 1996­97 ­ Edmund Farquharson 1997­98 ­ Tony DiBuono, Matt Parker

SSC all­Freshman Team 1987­88 ­ Drexel Deveaux 1989­90 ­ Matt Streff 1990­91 ­ Rod Brooks, DeCarlo Deveaux 1991­92 ­ Idris Mays, Reggie Larry, Gregg Bott 1993­94 ­ Josh Chapin 1994­95 ­ Tamari Thompson 1995­96 ­ Matt Parker, Avi Mazliach 1996­97 ­ Yon Price 1997­98 ­ Chuckie Powell

Jeremy Black was chosen to play in a pair of postseason allstar games in 2008.

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Spartan All-Americans Todd Linder (1983-87) -1986 and 1987 NABC Division II National Playerof-the-Year -Three-time NABC first-team All-American (1985-87) -National Career Field Goal Leader (.708) Nate Johnston, (1984-88) -1988 second-team NABC All-American -Played for the Western Conference champion Portland Trail Blazers in 1990 Bryan Williams, (1987-91) -1990 second-team NABC All-American -First-team USA Today/Basketball Gazette -Third-team Basketball Times -1991 third-team Basketball Times DeCarlo Deveaux, (1990-94) -1993 second-team NABC All-American

Todd Linder

Decarlo Deveaux

2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball -1994 first-team NABC All-American -First-team Basketball Times -Third-team Basketball Gazette -College Sports Magazine National Player-of-theYear Jon Brown, (1998-02) -2002 second-team NABC All-American JEremy black, (2004-08) -2008 first-team NABC All-American -2008 second-team Daktronics All-American -Played in Collegiate Basketball Invitational and NABC Division II All-Star Game

Nate Johnston

Jon Brown

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Bryan Williams

Jeremy Black


Year-by-Year Results Year 1950­51 1951­52 1952­53 1953­54 1954­55 1955­56 1956­57 1957­58 1958­59 1959­60 1960­61 1961­62 1962­63 1963­64 1964­65 1965­66 1966­67 1967­68 1968­69 1969­70 1970­71 1971­82 1983­84 1984­85

Overall SSC Record Record (Finish) 16­9 11­15 10­11 6­13 2­18 11­12 6­19 6­20 9­22 8­18 11­17 14­11 9­15 2­24 11­14 7­18 12­14 15­9 15­10 18­9 8­17 No Basketball 20­11 9­5 (2nd) 23­8 10­2 (1st)

2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball NCAA Record

Coach Sam Bailey Sam Bailey Sam Bailey Sam Bailey Sam Bailey Gene Biitner Gene Biitner Gene Biitner Bob Lovoy Bob Lovoy Bob Lovoy Bob Lovoy Bob Lovoy Bob Lovoy Bob Lovoy Bob Lovoy Dana Kirk Dana Kirk Dana Kirk Dana Kirk Dana Kirk

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Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt

1985­86 1986­87 1987­88 1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1991­92 1992­93 1993­94 1994­95 1995­96 1996­97 1997­98 1998­99 1999­2000 2000­01 2001­02 2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09 2009­10 Total

22­8 26­6 24­8 24­7 26­5 23­6 19­10 25­5 22­9 25­6 14­13 23­7 16­11 10­16 24­5 25­7 26­3 15­12 16­13 18­11 19­9 15­14 21­9 16­12 11­16 737­551

11­1 (1st) 10­2 (2nd) 6­4 (T­2nd) 9­3 (1st) 11­1 (T­1st) 9­3 (T­2nd) 5­7 (5th) 11­1 (1st) 10­4 (T­1st) 10­4 (2nd) 6­8 (5th) 10­4 (3rd) 9­3 (1st) 4­10 (8th) 12­2 (2nd) 10­4 (T­2nd) 13­1 (1st) 6­8 (6th) 6­8 (6th) 8­8 (T­4th) 10­6 (4th) 7­9 (5th) 11­5 (2nd) 8­8 (4th) 4­12 (T­7th) 244­137

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1­1 1­1 1­1 1­1

1­1 4­1 0­1

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Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt 47 years

Sunshine State Conference Championships Regular Season (eight) ­ 1984­85, 1985­86, 1988­89, 1989­90, 1992­93, 1993­94, 1997­98, 2001­02, Tournament (five) ­ 1984, 1985, 1995, 1997, 2002

Coaching History All­Time Coaching History Name Sam Bailey Gene Biitner Bob Lovoy Dana Kirk Richard Schmidt Overall

Year(s) 1950­55 1955­58 1958­66 1966­71 1983­current 1950­71, 1983­current

Record (Pct.) 45­66 (.405) 23­51 (.311) 71­139 (.338) 68­59 (.535) 576­274 (.699) 737­551 (.573) 576­274 (.678)

Current head coach Richard Schmidt is one of seven Division II coaches with 500 career victories.

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Spartans in the NCAA Tournament NCAA Tournament Record 16­16 Total NCAA Appearances 16 2008 NCAA South Regional hosted by Florida Southern defeated Harding, 86­77 lost to Benedict, 73­59

2002 NCAA South Regional hosted by Tampa lost to West Georgia, 77­69

2001 NCAA Elite/Final Four at Bakersfield, California defeated Adelphi, 82­68 lost to Kentucky Wesleyan, 85­84 (ot)

2001 NCAA South Regional hosted by Eckerd defeated Kentucky State, 83­68 defeated Eckerd, 67­56 defeated Henderson State, 60­51

2000 NCAA South Regional hosted by Florida Southern defeated Alabama­Huntsville, 64­55 lost to Florida Southern, 67­53

1997 NCAA South Regional hosted by Alabama A&M defeated West Georgia, 83­61 lost to Lynn, 81­76

1995 NCAA South Regional hosted by Alabama A&M defeated Armstrong Atlantic, 65­59 lost to Alabama A&M, 79­78

1994 NCAA South Regional hosted by Alabama A&M defeated Eckerd, 83­61 lost to Alabama A&M, 95­90

1993 NCAA South Regional hosted by Troy State lost to Delta State, 74­61 defeated Florida Southern, 79­73

1990 NCAA South Regional hosted by Florida Southern lost to North Carolina Central, 66­61 lost to Florida Southern, 92­82

2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball 1989 NCAA South Regional

hosted by Jacksonville State defeated Florida Southern, 90­86 lost to Jacksonville State, 89­67

1988 NCAA South Regional hosted by Florida Southern defeated Norfolk State, 71­68 lost to Florida Southern, 76­63

1987 NCAA South Regional hosted by Florida Southern lost to West Georgia, 81­73 defeated Alabama A&M, 87­77

1986 NCAA South Regional hosted by Tampa defeated Alabama A&M, 76­69 lost to Florida Southern, 67­57

1985 NCAA South Regional hosted by Jacksonville State defeated Florida Southern, 79­65 lost to Jacksonville State, 76­61

1984 NCAA South Regional hosted by North Alabama lost to West Georgia, 64­63 defeated Albany State, 87­77

NCAA Tourney Record vs. Opponents Adelphi ............................................1­0 Alabama A&M ..............................2­2 Alabama­Huntsville ....................1­0 Albany State ..................................1­0 Armstrong Atlantic ....................1­0 Benedict ..........................................0­1 Delta State........................................0­1 Eckerd ..............................................2­0 Florida Southern ..........................3­5 Harding............................................1­0 Henderson State............................1­0 Jacksonville State..........................0­2 Kentucky State ..............................1­0 Kentucky Wesleyan ....................0­1 Lynn ..................................................0­1 North Carolina Central..............0­1 Norfolk State ..................................1­0 West Georgia ................................1­2

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NCAA Regional All­Tournament Team 2008 Jeremy Black 2001 Jon Brown Gecarri Freeman Elijah Piazza (MVP) Sylvere Bryant (Elite Eight) 2000 Jon Brown 1995 Reggie Larry Idris Mays 1994 Decarlo Deveaux Idris Mays 1993 Decarlo Deveaux 1989 Drexel Deveaux Bryan Williams 1988 Nate Johnston Fred Lewis 1987 Todd Linder 1986 John Jones Todd Linder 1985 Greg Aplin Todd Linder 1984 Todd Linder (MVP)


Spartans in the SSC Tournament SSC Tourney Record: 29­21 Tourney Championships: Five Years Won: 1984, 1985, 1995, 1997, 2002 2010 ­ hosted by Nova SE lost to Rollins, 54­73 (at Rolllins)

2009 ­ hosted by Nova SE defeated Barry, 61­50 (at Barry) lost to Florida Southern, 80­59

2008 ­ hosted by Tampa defeated Rollins, 80­76 (ot) (at UT) defeated Saint Leo, 75­55 lost to Florida Southern, 83­81 (ot)

2007 ­ hosted by Lynn lost to Nova Southeastern, 71­55

2006 ­ hosted by Saint Leo lost to Eckerd, 72­59

2005 ­ hosted by Barry defeated Barry, 56­54 lost to Eckerd, 60­57

2004 ­ hosted by Rollins defeated Lynn, 63­60 lost to Florida Southern, 73­57

2003 ­ hosted by Fla. Southern lost to Eckerd, 86­48

2002 ­ hosted by Florida Tech defeated Florida Tech, 75­61 defeated Rollins, 84­63 defeated Florida Southern, 62­45

2001 ­ at Lakeland Center lost to Barry, 67­62

2000 ­ at Lakeland Center lost to Barry, 69­55

1999 ­ at Lakeland Center lost to Florida Southern, 69­51

1998 ­ at Lakeland Center

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defeated Saint Leo, 84­61 defeated Rollins, 82­62 defeated Eckerd, 77­75

1994 ­ at Tampa defeated Rollins, 84­54 defeated Saint Leo, 82­70 lost to Eckerd, 77­71

1993 ­ at Tampa defeated Barry, 98­81 lost to Florida Southern, 71­67

defeated Saint Leo, 86­62 defeated Florida Tech, 89­77 defeated Florida Southern, 73­67

1996 ­ at Lakeland Center lost to Barry, 84­67

1995 ­ at Lakeland Center

Barry....................................................................4­3 Central Florida ................................................1­0 Eckerd ................................................................3­4 Florida Southern ..........................................4­10 Florida Tech ......................................................5­1 Lynn ....................................................................1­0 Nova Southeastern ........................................0­1 Rollins ................................................................7­2 Saint Leo ............................................................4­1

SSC All­Tournament Team

1992 ­ at Rollins defeated Florida Tech, 70­65 lost to Rollins, 68­64

1991 ­ at Rollins defeated Barry 85­53 lost to Florida Southern, 60­53

1990 ­ at Tampa defeated Rollins, 88­61 lost to Florida Southern, 69­67

1989 ­ at Tampa defeated Rollins, 79­66 lost to Florida Southern, 68­67

1988 ­ at Florida Southern defeated Eckerd, 87­60 defeated Florida Tech, 85­71 lost to Florida Southern, 63­62

1987 ­ at Florida Southern

2008 Jeremy Black Rashad Callaway 2002 Jon Brown (MVP) 1997 Edmund Farquharson (MVP) Tamari Thompson 1995 Junior Hanna Idris Mays (MVP) 1994 Decarlo Deveaux Idris Mays 1993 Decarlo Deveaux (MVP) Idris Mays 1991 Drexel Deveaux

defeated Florida Tech, 96­86 defeated Rollins, 66­55 lost to Florida Southern, 70­66

1990 Drexel Deveaux Bryan Williams

1986 ­ at Tampa

1989 Terry Rupp Bryan Williams

lost to Saint Leo, 72­69

1985 ­ at Tampa defeated Eckerd 74­56 defeated Florida Southern, 57­52

1984 ­ at Florida Southern defeated Florida Southern, 57­55 defeated Central Florida, 53­52

lost to Florida Tech, 71­69

1997 ­ at Lakeland Center

SSC Tourney Record vs. Opponents

SSC Tournament Championships (by school) 19 ­ Florida Southern 5­ Tampa 3 ­ Eckerd 3 ­ Rollins 1 ­ Lynn 1 ­ St. Thomas 1 ­ Central Florida

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1988 Nate Johnston Fred Lewis 1987 Nate Johnston Todd Linder (MVP) 1986 Todd Linder 1985 Andrew Bailey Todd Linder (MVP) Al Miller 1984 John Jones Todd Linder (MVP)


Individual Season Records

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Points 1. 764 2. 721 3. 715 4. 694 5. 692 6. 676 7. 649 8. 632 9. 629 10. 606

DeCarlo DEVEAUX Bryan WILLIAMS DeCarlo DEVEAUX Todd LINDER Idris MAYS Bryan WILLIAMS Drexel DEVEAUX Drexel DEVEAUX Nate JOHNSTON Charles ANDREWS

29 games 31 games 30 games 32 games 31 games 31 games 30 games 28 games 32 games 25 games

1993­94 1989­90 1992­93 1986­87 1994­95 1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1987­88 1963­64

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

1. 26.3 2. 24.2 3. 23.8 4. 23.6 5. 23.3 6. 22.6 7. 22.3 8. 21.8 9. 21.7 10. 21.6

DeCarlo DEVEAUX Charles ANDREWS DeCarlo DEVEAUX Dick PUSINS Bryan WILLIAMS Drexel DEVEAUX Idris MAYS Bryan WILLIAMS Todd LINDER Drexel DEVEAUX

1993­94 1963­64 1992­93 1964­65 1989­90 1990­91 1994­95 1988­89 1986­87 1989­90

1. 282 2. 256 3. 250 4. 248 5. 245 6. 243 7. 242 8. 236 9. 234 10. 219

Todd LINDER Idris MAYS Bryan WILLIAMS DeCarlo DEVEAUX Bryan WILLIAMS DeCarlo DEVEAUX Drexel DEVEAUX Drexel DEVEAUX Nate JOHNSTON Todd LINDER

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

Bryan WILLIAMS DeCarlo DEVEAUX Bryan WILLIAMS Drexel DEVEAUX DeCarlo DEVEAUX Charles ANDREWS Nate JOHNSTON Drexel DEVEAUX

31 games 29 games 31 games 30 games 30 games 25 games 32 games 28 games

1989­90 1993­94 1988­89 1989­90 1992­93 1963­64 1987­88 1990­91

9. 466

Rashad CALLAWAY

27 games

2009­10

10. 454

Dick PUSINS

25 games

1964­65

1. .752 2. .716 3. .701 4. .679 5. .670 6. .664 7. .654 8. .641 9. .632 10. .618

Todd LINDER Todd LINDER Todd LINDER Matt STREFF Percy WHITE Matt STREFF Todd LINDER Fred LEWIS Marcus MORRISON Idris MAYS

113 93 85 77 77 72

Bryan WILLIAMS Bryan WILLIAMS Edmund FARQUHARSON Edmund FARQUHARSON Bryan WILLIAMS Edmund FARQUHARSON

31 games 31 games 29 games 29 games 29 games 26 games

1989­90 1988­89 1996­97 1994­95 1990­91 1995­96

7. 70

Callum TOWNSEND

26 games

2009­10

8. 65 8. 65 8. 65

Chris EVANS

30 games

2007­08

Rashad CALLAWAY

28 games

2008­09

Gecarri FREEMAN

29 games

2001­02

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

Bryan WILLIAMS Edmund FARQUHARSON Edmund FARQUHARSON Edmund FARQUHARSON Bryan WILLIAMS Bryan WILLIAMS

31 games 29 games 26 games 29 games 31 games 29 games

1989­90 1994­95 1995­96 1996­97 1988­89 1990­91

7. 191 8. 190 9. 179

Callum TOWNSEND Rashad CALLAWAY Rashad CALLAWAY

26 games 27 games 28 games

2009­10 2009­10 2008­09

10. 176

Marty HARRINGTON

27 games

2002­03

Scoring Average

3­Point Field Goals Attempted

29 games 25 games 30 games 25 games 31 games 28 games 31 games 31 games 32 games 30 games

Field Goals Made 32 games 31 games 31 games 29 games 31 games 30 games 30 games 28 games 32 games 31 games

1986­87 1994­95 1989­90 1993­94 1988­89 1992­93 1989­90 1990­91 1987­88 1984­85

281 229 228 223 205 197

3­Point Field Goal Percentage 38­76 1998­99 1. .500 John ARIGO 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

.475 .454 .421 .419 .418 .417 .414

A. BAILEY Bryan WILLIAMS Jon BROWN Mounir BENZEGALA Gregg BOTT Anthony LABRUNO DeCarlo DEVEAUX

29­61 93­205 53­126 39­93 33­79 30­72 63­152

Field Goals Attempted 533 522 503 499 498 494 485 472

Field Goal Percentage (282­375) (219­306) (204­291) (148­218) (77­115) (91­137) (204­312) (189­295) (84­133) (181­293)

1986­87 1984­85 1985­86 1991­92 2000­01 1989­90 1983­84 1987­88 2009­10 1993­94

Idris Mays ranks in the top 10 in several offensive categories.

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1987­88 1988­89 1999­00 2009­10 1993­94 2009­10 1992­93


Individual Season Records 9. .405 Karel DOPWELL 10. .404 Mike SHEPPARD

30­74 55­136

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8. .825 Jon BROWN 9. .824 A. BAILEY 10. .823 Terry RUPP

66­80 61­74 121­147

1999­00 1987­88 1987­88

0o­537d 0o­410 d 0o­362d 0o­357d 118o­213d 96o­183d 115o­161d 112o­159d 75o­195d 0o­270d

1966­67 1963­64 1985­86 1962­63 2007­08 2001­02 1995­96 2006­07 1988­89 1986­87

Free Throws Made 1. 214 2. 203

DeCarlo DEVEAUX Jeremy BLACK

29 games 30 games

1993­94 2007­08

3. 195

Rashad CALLAWAY

27 games

2009­10

4. 192 5. 188 6. 180 7. 173 8. 166 9. 139 10. 137

Charles ANDREWS Terry RUPP Idris MAYS Dick PUSINS DeCarlo DEVEAUX Drexel DEVEAUX Dick PUSINS

25 games 31 games 31 games 25 games 30 games 30 games 23 games

1963­64 1988­89 1994­95 1964­65 1992­93 1989­90 1965­66

1. 2. 3. 4.

DeCarlo DEVEAUX Jeremy BLACK Charles ANDREWS Idris MAYS

29 games 30 games 25 games 31 games

1993­94 2007­08 1963­64 1994­95

5. 239

Rashad CALLAWAY

27 games

2009­10

6. 234 7. 218 8. 214 9. 202 10. 197

DeCarlo DEVEAUX Terry RUPP Dick PUSINS Jeremy BLACK John JONES

30 games 31 games 25 games 29 games 30 games

1992­93 1988­89 1964­65 2006­07 1985­86

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

John ARIGO John ARIGO Terry RUPP Greg APLIN Earnest WILLIAMS Mark BORDERS Karel DOPWELL

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

537 410 362 357 331 279 276 271 270 270

Bob STEVENS Charles ANDREWS Nate JOHNSTON Charles ANDREWS Jeremy BLACK Sylvere BRYAN Josh CHAPIN Jeremy BLACK Terry RUPP Terry RUPP

1. 21.5 2. 16.4 3. 14.9 4. 12.1 5. 11.0 6. 10.6 7. 10.1 8. 9.6 9. 9.3 10. 9.2

Bob STEVENS Charles ANDREWS Charles ANDREWS Nate JOHNSTON Jeremy BLACK Josh CHAPIN John FOLEY Sylvere BRYAN Jeremy BLACK Chris WACENSKE

1. 250 2. 213 3. 190 4. 188 5. 186 6. 167 7. 149 8. 147 9. 140 10. 131

Mark BORDERS Mark BORDERS Kevin STARNES Mike ROUSE Mark BORDERS Rashad CALLAWAY Kevin STARNES Mike SHEPPARD Chuckie POWELL Rashad CALLAWAY

1. 8.9 2. 7.3 3. 6.7 4. 6.5 5. 6.4 6. 6.3 7. 6.2 8. 4.8 9. 4.6 10. 4.6

Mark BORDERS Mark BORDERS Mike SHEPPARD Mike ROUSE Mark BORDERS Kevin STARNES Rashad CALLAWAY Kevin STARNES Don MALLORY Roscoe BROWN

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

Sylvere BRYAN Nate JOHNSTON Chris EVANS Sylvere BRYAN Sylvere BRYAN Todd LINDER Sylvere BRYAN

Free Throws Attempted 290 281 254 240

Rebounding Average 25 games 25 games 24 games 30 games 30 games 26 games 25 games 29 games 29 games 25 games

1966­67 1963­64 1962­63 1985­86 2007­08 1995­96 1964­65 2001­02 2006­07 1964­65

Free Throw Percentage .892 .881 .862 .855 .844 .832 .827

58­65 52­59 188­218 53­62 54­64 124­149 62­75

1998­99 1999­00 1988­89 1984­85 2001­02 2005­06 1990­91

Assists 2005­06 2004­05 1989­90 1991­92 2003­04 2009­10 1988­89 1995­96 2000­01 2007­08

Assists Average 28 games 29 games 22 games 29 games 29 games 30 games 27 games 31 games 22 games 26 games

Blocked Shots

Mark Borders turned in the top two single-season assist performances.

95 91 78 71 65 64 63

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2001­02 1987­88 2007­08 2000­01 1998­99 1984­85 1999­00

2005­06 2004­05 1995­96 1991­92 2003­04 1989­90 2009­10 1988­89 1997­98 1989­90


Individual Season Records 8. 58 9. 52 10. 50 10. 50

Todd LINDER Todd LINDER Nate JOHNSTON Bryan WILLIAMS

1. 3.3 2. 2.8 3. 2.6 4. 2.5 5. 2.3 6. 2.2 7. 2.2 8. 2.1 9. 1.9 10. 1.9

Sylvere BRYAN Nate JOHNSTON Chris EVANS Sylvere BRYAN Fred WOODS Sylvere BRYAN Sylvere BRYAN Todd LINDER Todd LINDER Todd LINDER

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

Bryan WILLIAMS Bryan WILLIAMS Drexel DEVEAUX Kevin STARNES Don MALLORY Roscoe BROWN Chuckie POWELL Mark BORDERS Bryan WILLIAMS Chuckie POWELL Mark BORDERS

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Blocked Shots Average 29 games 32 games 30 games 26 games 21 games 32 games 29 games 31 games 31 games 28 games

2001­02 1987­88 2007­08 1998­99 2008­09 2000­01 1999­00 1984­85 1983­84 1985­86

Steals 118 109 88 85 83 75 74 71 66 66 66

1989­90 1990­91 1989­90 1989­90 1996­97 1989­90 1999­00 2004­05 1988­89 2000­01 2005­06

Bryan Williams still ranks as the lone Spartan to record over 100 steals in a season.

Games Started

Steals Average 1. 3.8 2. 3.8 3. 2.9 4. 2.9 5. 2.8 6. 2.8 7. 2.6 8. 2.4 9. 2.4 10. 2.4

Bryan WILLIAMS Bryan WILLIAMS Drexel DEVEAUX Roscoe BROWN Kevin STARNES Don MALLORY Chuckie POWELL Mark BORDERS Rashad CALLAWAY Mark BORDERS

1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1.

Gecarri FREEMAN Chuckie POWELL Nate JOHNSTON Roscoe BROWN Terry RUPP John JONES Nate JOHNSTON James MEREUS Sylvere BRYAN A. BAILEY Jon BROWN Terry RUPP Todd LINDER Elijah PIAZZA Bryan WILLIAMS Peter HOWARD

31 games 29 games 30 games 26 games 30 games 30 games 29 games 29 games 27 games 28 games

Games Played 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32

2000­01 2000­01 1986­87 1986­87 1987­88 1986­87 1987­88 2000­01 2000­01 1987­88 2000­01 1986­87 1986­87 2000­01 1987­88 2000­01

1989­90 1990­91 1989­90 1989­90 1989­90 1996­97 1999­00 2004­05 2009­10 2005­06

1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1.

32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32

Nate JOHNSTON John JONES Terry RUPP Todd LINDER Nate JOHNSTON Terry RUPP Gecarri FREEMAN Roscoe BROWN Sylvere BRYAN Jon BROWN

1986­87 1986­87 1987­88 1986­87 1987­88 1986­87 2000­01 1986­87 2000­01 2000­01

Minutes 1. 1099 2. 1098 3. 1092 4. 1085 5. 1068 6. 1058 7. 1057 8. 1042 9. 1025 10. 1022

John JONES John JONES Todd LINDER Terry RUPP Terry RUPP John JONES Jeremy BLACK Todd LINDER Todd LINDER Nate JOHNSTON

1. 37.4 2. 37.2 3. 36.6 4. 36.6 5. 35.5 6. 35.3 7. 35.2 8. 35.2 9. 34.8 10. 34.8

Tamari THOMPSON Todd LINDER Rashad CALLAWAY John JONES John JONES John JONES Jeremy BLACK Todd LINDER Jeremy BLACK Mark BORDERS

1983­84 1985­86 1983­84 1986­87 1988­89 1984­85 2007­08 1985­86 1984­85 1987­88

Minutes Average

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26 games 28 games 27 games 30 games 31 games 30 games 30 games 31 games 29 games 28 games

1997­98 1985­86 2009­10 1985­86 1983­84 1984­85 2007­08 1983­84 2006­07 2005­06


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

2288 2259 2195 2013 1853 1625 1567 1439 1419 1372

DeCarlo DEVEAUX Todd LINDER Bryan WILLIAMS Drexel DEVEAUX Nate JOHNSTON Idris MAYS John JONES Rashad CALLAWAY Chris EVANS Jon BROWN

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

19.7 19.5 18.5 17.8 16.9 16.9 15.6 15.2 15.0 14.8

DeCarlo DEVEAUX Charles ANDREWS Todd LINDER Bryan WILLIAMS Rashad CALLAWAY Drexel DEVEAUX Al MILLER Fred LEWIS Mark BORDERS Nate JOHNSTON

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

909 788 782 758 681 618 573 506 459 453

Todd LINDER DeCarlo DEVEAUX Bryan WILLIAMS Drexel DEVEAUX Nate JOHNSTON Idris MAYS John JONES Chris EVANS Gecarri FREEMAN Matt STREFF

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

1642 1608 1513 1404 1284 1187 1147 1130 1066 1059

Bryan WILLIAMS DeCarlo DEVEAUX Drexel DEVEAUX Nate JOHNSTON Todd LINDER Rashad CALLAWAY John JONES Chris EVANS Jon BROWN Idris MAYS

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

.708 .641 .636 .608 .600 .584 .571 .566 .564 .545

Todd LINDER Fred LEWIS Matt STREFF Mike MURAWSKI Percy WHITE Idris MAYS Terry RUPP Roscoe BROWN Josh CHAPIN Matt DILLARD

3­Point Field Goals Made 116 games 122 games 123 games 119 games 125 games 120 games 123 games 85 games 113 games 113 games

1990­94 1983­87 1987­91 1987­91 1984­88 1991­95 1983­87 2007­ 2004­08 1998­02

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

303 234 165 154 151 144 143 141 121 120

Bryan WILLIAMS 123 games Edmund FARQUHARSON 84 games Rashad CALLAWAY 85 games Chris EVANS 113 games Jon BROWN 113 games Peter HOWARD 107 games Gecarri FREEMAN 115 games DeCarlo DEVEAUX 116 games Reggie LARRY 104 games Mark BORDERS 86 games

1990­94 1962­64 1983­87 1987­91 2007­ 1987­91 1983­85 1987­88 2003­06 1984­88

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

740 680 505 451 442 419 407 401 388 335

Bryan WILLIAMS Edmund FARQUHARSON Rashad CALLAWAY Jon BROWN Chris EVANS Peter HOWARD Gecarri FREEMAN Reggie LARRY DeCarlo DEVEAUX Mark BORDERS

1983­87 1990­94 1987­91 1987­91 1984­88 1991­95 1983­87 2004­08 1998­02 1989­93

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

.409 .386 .367 .363 .358 .351 .350 .348

Bryan WILLIAMS Marcus BRIGHT Gregg BOTT DeCarlo DEVEAUX Mark BORDERS Gecarri FREEMAN Johnathan BALL Chris EVANS

Scoring Average

1987­91 1994­97 2007­ 2004­08 1998­02 1998­02 1998­02 1990­94 1991­95 2003­06

3­Point Field Goals Attempted

116 games 49 games 122 games 123 games 85 games 119 games 52 games 31 games 86 games 125 games

Field Goals Made

123 games 84 games 85 games 113 games 113 games 107 games 115 games 104 games 116 games 86 games

1987­91 1994­97 2007­ 1998­02 2004­08 1998­02 1998­02 1991­95 1990­94 2003­06

3­Point Field Goal Percentage

122 games 116 games 123 games 119 games 125 games 120 games 123 games 113 games 115 games 117 games

303­740 115­298 104­283 141­388 120­335 143­407 108­309 154­442

Field Goals Attempted 123 games 116 games 119 games 125 games 122 games 85 games 123 games 113 games 113 games 120 games

1987­91 1990­94 1987­91 1984­88 1983­87 2007­ 1983­87 2004­08 1998­02 1991­95

Field Goal Percentage 909­1284 189­295 453­712 166­273 219­365 618­105 403­706 333­588 405­718 165­303

1983­87 1987­88 1989­93 1987­91 1999­01 1991­95 1986­89 1985­90 1993­97 1996­98

Gecarri Freeman ranks in the top 10 in steals and field goals.

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.782 .773 .757 .756 .753 .751

Andrew BAILEY Karel DOPWELL Jon BROWN Mark BORDERS Moses SAWNEY Mike ROUSE

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

1003 912 881 874 868 812 769 767 732 721

Nate JOHNSTON Chris EVANS Sylvere BRYAN Josh CHAPIN Jeremy BLACK Idris MAYS Terry RUPP Charles ANDREWS John JONES Todd LINDER

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

15.7 8.3 8.1 8.1 8.0 8.0 7.6 7.4 6.8 6.7

Charles ANDREWS Jeremy BLACK Terry RUPP Chris EVANS Nate JOHNSTON Achille NGOUNOU Sylvere BRYAN Josh CHAPIN Idris MAYS Al MILLER

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

649 487 424 411 387 373 356 346 336 318

Mark BORDERS Kevin STARNES Rashad CALLAWAY John JONES Drexel DEVEAUX Mike ROUSE Jon BROWN Chuckie POWELL Roscoe BROWN Nate JOHNSTON

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

7.5 5.0 4.4 4.2 4.2 3.7 3.4 3.3 3.3 3.3

Mark BORDERS Rashad CALLAWAY Don MALLORY Mike ROUSE Kevin STARNES Junior HANNA Chuckie POWELL John JONES Craig MATEER Roscoe BROWN

251­321 102­132 349­461 316­418 140­186 181­241

1984­86 1988­91 1998­02 2003­06 1983­87 1990­93

69o­934d 235o­677d 324o­557d 374o­500d 345o­523d 313o­499d 132o­637d 49 games 123 games 122 games

1984­88 2004­08 1998­02 1993­97 2004­08 1991­95 1986­89 1962­64 1983­87 1983­87

Rebounds

Rebounding Average

Chris Evans ranks in the top 10 in points, rebounds and blocked shots. 9. .344 10. .344

Edmund FARQUHARSON 234­680 Peter HOWARD 144­419

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

571 441 435 424 417 393 391 389 378 349

DeCarlo DEVEAUX Todd LINDER Drexel DEVEAUX Nate JOHNSTON Jeremy BLACK John JONES Terry RUPP Idris MAYS Rashad CALLAWAY Jon BROWN

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

815 662 657 633 574 572 543 505 474 461

DeCarlo DEVEAUX Drexel DEVEAUX Todd LINDER Jeremy BLACK John JONES Nate JOHNSTON Idris MAYS Rashad CALLAWAY Terry RUPP Jon BROWN

1. 2. 3. 4.

.884 .825 .811 .786

John ARIGO Terry RUPP Greg APLIN Don MALLORY

1994­97 1998­02

Free Throws Made 116 games 122 games 119 games 125 games 104 games 123 games 95 games 120 games 85 games 113 games

1990­94 1983­87 1987­91 1984­88 2004­08 1983­87 1986­89 1991­95 2007­ 1998­02

Free Throws Attempted 116 games 119 games 122 games 104 games 123 games 125 games 120 games 85 games 95 games 113 games

1990­94 1987­91 1983­87 2004­08 1983­87 1984­88 1991­95 2007­ 1986­89 1998­02

Free Throw Percentage 130­147 391­474 116­143 264­336

1997­00 1986­89 1983­85 1995­98

49 games 104 games 95 games 113 games 125 games 55 games 116 games 118 games 120 games 52 games

1962­64 2004­08 1986­89 2004­08 1984­88 2002­04 1998­02 1993­97 1991­95 1983­85

Assists 2003­06 1987­91 2007­ 1983­87 1987­91 1990­93 1998­02 1997­01 1985­90 1984­88

Assists Average 86 games 85 games 67 games 88 games 116 games 84 games 102 games 123 games 30 games 102 games

Blocked Shots 1. 294 2. 203 3. 176

Sylvere BRYAN Chris EVANS Nate JOHNSTON

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2003­06 2007­ 1995­98 1990­93 1987­91 1992­95 1997­01 1983­87 1983­84 1985­90


Individual Career Records 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

174 145 123 117 105 68 60

Todd LINDER Bryan WILLIAMS James MEREUS Jeremy BLACK Tony DIBUONO Johnathan BALL Denis ORLOV

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

2.5 1.8 1.4 1.4 1.2 1.2 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1

Sylvere BRYAN Chris EVANS Todd LINDER Nate JOHNSTON Bryan WILLIAMS Tony DIBUONO James MEREUS Jeremy BLACK Denis ORLOV Marcus MORRISON

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

333 244 224 202 183 168 151 149 148 146

Bryan WILLIAMS Drexel DEVEAUX Chuckie POWELL Mark BORDERS Kevin STARNES Don MALLORY Tamari THOMPSON Gecarri FREEMAN DeCarlo DEVEAUX Jon BROWN

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

2.7 2.5 2.3 2.2 2.1 1.7 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.5

Bryan WILLIAMS Don MALLORY Mark BORDERS Chuckie POWELL Drexel DEVEAUX Rashad CALLAWAY Kevin STARNES Al MILLER Mike ROUSE Matt PEZZULLO

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1983­87 1987­91 1999­04 2004­08 1994­98 2005­09 2002­04

Blocked Shots Average 116 games 113 games 122 games 125 games 123 games 90 games 109 games 104 games 55 games 52 games

1998­02 2004­08 1983­87 1984­88 1987­91 1994­98 1999­04 2004­08 2002­04 2008­10

Steals 1987­91 1987­91 1997­01 2003­06 1987­91 1995­98 1994­98 1998­02 1990­94 1998­02

Senior Rashad Callaway registered the most minutes avgeraged with 34.3.

Steals Average 123 games 67 games 86 games 102 games 19 games 85 games 116 games 52 games 88 games 41 games

1987­91 1995­98 2003­06 1997­01 1987­91 2007­ 1987­91 1983­85 1990­93 2005­07

Games Played 1. 131 2. 125 3. 123 123 5. 122 6. 120 7. 119 8. 118 9. 117 117

Andrew BAILEY Nate JOHNSTON John JONES Bryan WILLIAMS Todd LINDER Idris MAYS Drexel DEVEAUX Josh CHAPIN Matt STREFF Gregg BOTT

1. 125 2. 122

Nate JOHNSTON Todd LINDER

1984­88,95­96 1984­88 1983­87 1987­91 1983­87 1991­95 1987­91 1993­97 1989­93 1991­95

Games Started 1984­88 1983­87

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

117 116 115 115 113 110 97 97

Idris MAYS John JONES Drexel DEVEAUX Josh CHAPIN Sylvere BRYAN Jon BROWN Matt STREFF Chris EVANS

1991­95 1983­87 1987­91 1993­97 1998­02 1998­02 1989­93 2004­08

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

4212 4162 3926 3585 3460 3398 3251 3215 3169 3168

John JONES Todd LINDER Nate JOHNSTON Jon BROWN Bryan WILLIAMS Josh CHAPIN Drexel DEVEAUX Chris EVANS Terry RUPP DeCarlo DEVEAUX

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

34.3 34.2 34.1 34.0 33.8 33.4 31.9 31.7 31.4 31.2

Rashad CALLAWAY John JONES Todd LINDER Mark BORDERS Mike SHEPPARD Terry RUPP Fred LEWIS Jon BROWN Nate JOHNSTON Al MILLER

1983­87 1983­87 1984­88 1998­02 1987­91 1993­97 1987­91 2004­08 1986­89 1990­94

Minutes Average

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2007­ 1983­87 1983­87 2003­06 1995­96 1986­89 1987­88 1998­02 1984­88 1983­85


Single Game Individual Records Points 1. 56 2. 46 3. 45 45 5. 37 37

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NAPIER, John ANDREWS, Charles CALLAWAY, Rashad LINDER, Todd BLACK, Jeremy WOODS, Fred

Valdosta State Taylor at Lynn St. Joseph's Eckerd Emmanuel

01/08/69 01/21/64 01/09/10 01/07/87 02/20/08 12/12/08

Free throw percentage 1. 1.000 (10­10) BORDERS, Mark 1.000 (10­10) BROWN, Jon 1.000 (10­10) RUPP, Terry 1.000 (13­13) RUPP, Terry 1.000 (10­10) RUPP, Terry 1.000 (14­14) RUPP, Terry

at Saint Leo Florida Southern N.H. College Florida Tech at Fla. Southern St. Thomas

01/31/05 01/26/02 01/04/88 02/22/89 02/25/89 12/17/88

Field goals made 1. 22 NAPIER, John 2. 20 LINDER, Todd 3. 15 ANDREWS, Charles 15 EVANS, Chris 15 WOODS, Fred

Valdosta state St. Joseph's Taylor West Georgia Emmanuel

01/08/69 01/07/87 01/21/64 11/18/06 12/12/08

Rebounds 1. 34 2. 21 3. 20 20 5. 19

ANDREWS, Charles EVANS, Chris BLACK, Jeremy KLIMKOSKI, Matt BLACK, Jeremy

Taylor St. Ambrose Univ. Rollins at Fla. Memorial Florida Tech

01/02/64 12/28/04 02/02/08 11/22/04 02/09/08

Field goals attempted 1. 37 ANDREWS, Chuck 2. 29 WILLIAMS, Bryan 3. 27 CALLAWAY, Rashad 4. 25 CALLAWAY, Rashad 25 EVANS, Chris

Taylor Milwaukee Eng. Valdosta State Florida Tech West Georgia

01/02/64 12/30/89 12/12/09 01/30/10 11/18/06

Assists 1. 16 2. 15 3. 14 14 14

SHEPPARD, Mike BORDERS, Mark BORDERS, Mark BORDERS, Mark BORDERS, Mark

Otterbein Barry University Florida Tech vs PR­Bayamon Palm Beach Atl.

11/25/95 02/05/05 01/11/06 11/26/05 12/02/05

Field goal percentage 1. .944 (17­18) MAYS, Idris 2. .933 (14­15) STREFF, Matt 3. .909 (10­11) LABRUNO, Anthony 4. .900 (9­10) MORRISON, Marcus 5. .889 (8­9) BLACK, Jeremy

at Carson­Newman 12/02/94 at Fla. Memorial 12/09/91 Barry 01/23/10 Valdosta State 12/12/09 Palm Beach Atl. 12/02/05

Steals 1. 9 2. 7 3. 6 6 6

WILLIAMS, Bryan EVANS, Chris BORDERS, Mark BORDERS, Mark PEZZULLO, Matt

Winona State Saint Leo Barry Florida Memorial West Virginia St.

12/28/90 01/09/08 01/28/06 12/01/04 12/17/06

3­point field goals made 1. 10 WILLIAMS, Bryan 2. 9 CALLAWAY, Rashad 3. 8 BRIGHT, Marcus 4. 7 CALLAWAY, Rashad 7 CALLAWAY, Rashad

Concordia (N.Y.) at Lynn Southeastern Palm Beach Atl. Florida Memorial

01/08/90 01/09/10 12/19/05 01/31/09 11/22/08

3­point field goals attempted 1. 19 WILLIAMS, Bryan 2. 17 CALLAWAY, Rashad 3. 16 TOWNSEND, Callum 4. 13 BRIGHT, Marcus 13 BRIGHT, Marcus 13 CALLAWAY, Rashad 13 CALLAWAY, Rashad 13 TOWNSEND, Callum

Blocked shots 1. 10 2. 9 3. 8 8 8 8

EVANS, Chris EVANS, Chris BLACK, Jeremy BRYAN, Sylvere BRYAN, Sylvere LINDER, Todd

Saint Leo Florida Southern Southeastern Eckerd Palm Beach Atl. Baldwin­Wallace

03/08/08 01/23/08 12/18/06 02/21/01 12/05/98 12/19/84

Shippensburg at Lynn Rollins vs PR­Bayamon at Clark Atlanta Palm Beach Atl. at Saint Leo Saint Leo

12/22/89 01/09/10 01/16/10 11/26/05 12/04/04 01/31/09 02/18/09 01/06/10

3­point FG percentage 1. 1.000 (7­7) CALLAWAY, Rashad 2. .857 (6­7) BROWN, Jon 3. .800 (8­10) BRIGHT, Marcus 4. .750 (6­8) FARQUHARSON, E. 5. .714 (10­14) WILLIAMS, Bryan

Florida Memorial Saint Leo Southeastern at Eckerd Concordia

11/22/08 01/12/00 12/19/05 01/25/97 01/08/89

Free throws made 1. 18 SHARY, George 2. 17 BLACK, Jeremy 3. 16 ANDREWS, Charles 4. 15 BLACK, Jeremy 15 MALLORY, Don

Jacksonville Eckerd Taylor vs PR­Bayamon Saint Leo

12/04/61 02/20/08 01/21/64 11/24/07 02/06/96

Free throws attempted 1. 23 ANDREWS, Chuck 23 CHAPIN, Josh 3. 21 BLACK, Jeremy 4. 19 BLACK, Jeremy 5. 17 BLACK, Jeremy 17 BLACK, Jeremy 17 BLACK, Jeremy 17 CALLAWAY, Rashad 17 CALLAWAY, Rashad 17 JAMES, Jeff

Taylor Rollins Eckerd vs PR­Bayamon Palm Beach Atl. Rollins Southeastern at Eckerd Lynn at Fla. Southern

01/02/64 02/03/96 02/20/08 11/24/07 01/13/07 03/04/08 12/18/06 01/13/10 02/06/10 01/17/07

Don Mallory is one of two players in UT history to make 15 free throws in a game.

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Single Game Team Records

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Most points 1. 128 128 3. 113 4. 107 5. 106

Alabama­Huntsville Edward Waters Southeastern Puerto Rico­Cayey vs Edward Waters

01/01/91 12/11/92 12/19/05 11/18/08 11/27/09

Field goals made 1. 52 52 3. 42 4. 41 5. 39 39

Caldwell Edward Waters Florida College Puerto Rico­Cayey Puerto Rico­Cayey Florida Memorial

01/11/88 12/11/92 11/29/05 11/17/04 11/18/08 12/01/04

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 95 Alabama­Huntsville 95 Edward Waters 3. 83 Saint Leo University 4. 80 PR­Rio Piedras 5. 78 Florida College

01/01/91 12/11/92 12/08/04 11/19/08 11/29/05

2. .926 (25­27) 3. .889 (16­18) 4. .882 (15­17) .882 (15­17) .882 (15­17) .882 (15­17)

Barry West Virginia Tech at Florida Southern at Rollins vs Florida Southern Florida Memorial

01/28/06 12/29/05 01/21/09 02/07/07 03/07/09 11/23/09

Most rebounds 1. 68 2. 59 59 4. 56 56

Edward Waters PR­Rio Piedras Southeastern Florida College Southeastern

12/11/92 11/19/08 12/19/05 11/29/05 12/18/06

Most assists 1. 47 2. 33 3. 29 29 5. 27

Palm Beach Atlantic Puerto Rico­Cayey Florida College Florida Memorial Davenport University

12/02/89 11/17/04 11/29/05 12/01/04 12/20/04

Florida Memorial Southeastern Florida College Davenport University Puerto Rico­Cayey PR­Rio Piedras

12/01/04 12/19/05 11/29/05 12/20/04 11/17/04 11/19/08

Field goal percentage 1. .623 (38­61) Florida Memorial 2. .585 (31­53) vs Valdosta State 3. .557 (39­70) Puerto Rico­Cayey .557 Florida Memorial 5. .553 (26­47) Palm Beach Atlantic

11/22/08 11/23/07 11/18/08 12/01/04 01/31/09

Most steals 1. 21 21 3. 19 19 5. 17 17

3­point field goals made 1. 17 vs Puerto Rico­Bayamon 2. 16 Southeastern 3. 14 Barry 14 vs Edward Waters 14 Clark Atlanta

11/26/05 12/19/05 01/28/06 11/27/09 12/04/04

Most blocked shots 1. 18 Saint Leo 18 Southeastern 3. 14 Eckerd 14 Emmanuel 5. 10 West Virginia Tech

3­point field goals attempted 1. 41 Rollins 2. 37 Saint Leo University 3. 35 at Rollins 35 Missouri­Rolla 5. 34 at Rollins

01/16/10 12/08/04 01/10/09 12/20/05 03/03/10

3­point FG percentage 1. .765 (13­17) Florida Memorial 2. .640 (16­25) Southeastern 3. .550 (11­20) Florida Tech 4. .545 (12­22) at Rollins College 5. .542 (13­24) Puerto Rico­Cayey

11/22/08 12/19/05 01/30/10 02/09/05 11/18/08

Free throws made 1. 40 2. 38 3. 32 4. 31 31

Warner Southern Augusta State vs Puerto Rico­Bayamon West Florida Southeastern

11/26/97 12/29/07 11/28/09 12/18/08 12/19/05

Free throws attempted 1. 54 New Hampshire College 2. 47 Augusta State 3. 45 Southeastern 4. 42 vs Puerto Rico­Bayamon 5. 41 at Florida Southern

01/04/88 12/29/07 12/18/06 11/28/09 01/17/07

Free throw percentage 1. .933 (14­15) at Benedict

12/09/09

03/08/08 12/18/06 02/21/01 12/12/08 12/29/05

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Single Season Team Records

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1989­90 1987­88 1986­87 1992­93 1988­89

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Free throw percentage .745 441­592 2009­10 .736 517­702 1997­98 .733 632­862 1986­87 .730 402­551 2008­09 .723 475­657 1999­00

Scoring average 31 games 25 games 29 games 30 games 25 games

1989­90 1964­65 1990­91 1992­93 1966­67

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1359 1295 1286 1281 1255

1007 984 962 916 914

Field goals made 31 games 32 games 32 games 30 games 29 games

1989­90 1987­88 1986­87 1992­93 1990­91

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

54.4 51.4 46.8 41.6 40.5

Rebounding average 25 games 25 games 25 games 30 games 29 games

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2030 1956 1930 1882 1868

Field goals attempted 31 games 30 games 25 games 31 games 32 games

1989­90 1992­93 1964­65 1993­94 1987­88

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

836 825 789 786 771

Defensive rebounds 445o­836d 470o­825d 347o­789d 469o­786d 477o­771d

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

.554 .543 .527 .527 .510

Field goal percentage 856­1546 962­1773 866­1642 984­1868 908­1781

1985­86 1986­87 1984­85 1987­88 1988­89

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

3­point field goals made 241 30 games 2007­08 232 27 games 2009­10 219 28 games 2005­06 213 31 games 1989­90 208 29 games 2001­02

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

3­point field goals attempted 688 30 games 2007­08 670 27 games 2009­10 617 28 games 2005­06 592 31 games 1989­90 589 28 games 2008­09

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

3­point FG percentage .415 147­354 1988­89 .373 95­255 1987­88 .371 148­399 1990­91 .367 181­493 1996­97 .366 178­487 1999­00

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2754 2668 2652 2593 2568

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

88.8 88.4 88.0 86.4 85.3

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Points 31 games 32 games 32 games 30 games 31 games

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

Rebounds 25 games 470o­825d 25 games 445o­836d 469o­786d

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

6.1 5.2 5.2 5.0 5.0

1966­67 2000­01 1964­65 1987­88 1993­94

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

388 360 304 293 275

1966­67 1964­65 1965­66 1992­93 2001­02

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

12.5 12.4 10.1 9.5 9.3

Blocked shots average 29 games 1999­00 29 games 2006­07 29 games 2001­02 32 games 2000­01 30 games 2007­08 Steals

1987­88 2000­01 1. 32 1988­89 32 1993­94 32 1992­93 4. 31 31 Defense rebound avg 31 26.1 29 games 2001­02 31 26.1 32 games 1987­88 31 25.8 32 games 2000­01 31 25.7 30 games 1992­93 25.7 29 games 2006­07 1. 31 Offensive rebounds 31 477 477o­771d 1992­93 31 470 470o­825d 2000­01 31 469 469o­786d 1993­94 31 464 464o­759d 1994­95 448 448o­723d 1999­00 1. 6450 Offense rebound avg 2. 6425 15.9 30 games 1992­93 3. 6350 15.4 29 games 1999­00 4. 6250 15.1 31 games 1993­94 5. 6225 15.0 31 games 1994­95 6225 14.7 32 games 2000­01

1989­90 1990­91 1992­93 2000­01 2004­05 Steals average 31 games 29 games 30 games 29 games 26 games

1989­90 1990­91 1992­93 2004­05 1998­99

Games played 1986­87 2000­01 1987­88 1984­85 1988­89 1993­94 1994­95 1983­84 1989­90 Games started 1994­95 1989­90 1993­94 1984­85 1983­84 Minutes 2000­01 1987­88 1986­87 1983­84 1989­90 1984­85 Minutes average

1. 632 2. 630 3. 605 605 5. 592 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

920 892 885 884 874

Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

707 688 645 629 557

1986­87 2000­01 1987­88 1988­89 1984­85

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

22.8 21.5 21.0 20.2 19.2

Free throws attempted 32 games 2000­01 32 games 1987­88 31 games 1994­95 31 games 1993­94 30 games 1992­93

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

178 160 151 150 149

Free throws made 32 games 32 games 32 games 31 games 31 games

1989­90 1987­88 1986­87 1985­86 1990­91 Assists average 31 games 32 games 30 games 32 games 29 games

1989­90 1987­88 1985­86 1986­87 1990­91

Blocked shots 1999­00 2000­01 2006­07 2001­02 2007­08

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1. 204.6 (27 games) 2. 203.4 (29 games) 203.4 (29 games) 4. 202.7 (28 games) 5. 202.5 (30 games)

2009­10 2006­07 2004­05 2008­09 2007­08


Miscellaneous Team Records Most Wins

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26 in 1986­87 26 in 1989­90 26 in 2001­02

Most Losses 24 in 1963­64

Longest Win Streak 15 in 1999­2000 14 in 1991­92

Win Streak, Home 18 (2/20/02­2/12/03)

Longest Win Streak to Start Season 14 in 1991­92 11 in 1989­90 11 in 2000­01 Terry Rupp

Longest Losing Streak to Start Season 11 in 1963­64

Most Combined Points 255, Miami 136, Tampa 119 (1964­65)

Longest Losing Streak

Consecutive 100­Point Games

11 in 1963­64 7 in 1998­99

4 in 1989­90

Most 100­Point Games in Season

Margin of Victory 83 vs. PR Humacao, 116­33 (12/11/99)

8 in 1961­62

Margin of Defeat 56 vs. Purdue (12/10/83)

Most Points, One Half 73 vs. Alabama­Huntsville (1/1/91)

Most Points Scored 128 vs. Edward Waters (12/11/92) 126 vs. Concordia, N.Y. (1989­90)

Most Points Scored By Opponent 141 by Miami, Fla. (1964­65) 136 by Miami, Fla. (1964­65) 134 by Miami, Fla. (1963­64) 133 by Jacksonville (1961­62)

Chuckie Powell

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Individual Year-by-Year Leaders Points Year 1963­64 1964­65 1983­84 1984­85 1985­86 1986­87 1987­88 1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1991­92 1992­93 1993­94 1994­95 1995­96 1996­97 1997­98 1998­99 1999­00 2000­01 2001­02 2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09 2009­10

Player Pts ANDREWS, Charles 350 ANDREWS, Charles 606 LINDER, Todd 517 LINDER, Todd 535 LINDER, Todd 513 LINDER, Todd 694 JOHNSTON, Nate 629 WILLIAMS, Bryan 676 WILLIAMS, Bryan 721 DEVEAUX, Drexel 632 DEVEAUX, DeCarlo 521 DEVEAUX, DeCarlo 715 DEVEAUX, DeCarlo 764 MAYS, Idris 692 FARQUHARSON, E. 406 THOMPSON, Tamari419 THOMPSON, Tamari467 ARIGO, John 296 WHITE, Percy 371 FREEMAN, Gecarri 413 BROWN, Jon 429 NGOUNOU, Achille 405 MEREUS, James 413 BORDERS, Mark 398 BORDERS, Mark 486 BLACK, Jeremy 425 BLACK, Jeremy 561 CALLAWAY, Rashad 504 CALLAWAY, Rashad 569

Year 1963­64 1964­65 1983­84 1984­85 1985­86 1986­87 1987­88 1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1991­92 1992­93 1993­94 1994­95 1995­96 1996­97 1997­98 1998­99 1999­00 2000­01 2001­02 2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09 2009­10

Player Reb ANDREWS, Charles 357 ANDREWS, Charles 410 LINDER, Todd 186 LINDER, Todd 208 JOHNSTON, Nate 362 RUPP, Terry 270 JOHNSTON, Nate 248 RUPP, Terry 270 WILLIAMS, Bryan 184 WILLIAMS, Bryan 186 BROOKS, Rod 179 MAYS, Idris 200 MAYS, Idris 252 MAYS, Idris 243 CHAPIN, Josh 276 CHAPIN, Josh 207 PARKER, Matt 222 BRYAN, Sylvere 175 BRYAN, Sylvere 197 BRYAN, Sylvere 230 BRYAN, Sylvere 279 NGOUNOU, Achille 241 MEREUS, James 205 EVANS, Chris 203 EVANS, Chris 244 BLACK, Jeremy 271 BLACK, Jeremy 331 WOODS, Fred 174 MORRISON, Marcus 130

Avg 14.6 24.2 16.7 17.3 18.3 21.7 19.7 21.8 23.3 22.6 18.0 23.8 26.3 22.3 15.6 15.0 18.0 16.4 12.8 12.9 14.8 15.0 14.8 13.7 17.4 14.7 18.7 18.0 21.1

Rebounds Avg 14.9 16.4 6.0 6.7 12.1 8.4 7.8 8.7 5.9 6.4 6.4 6.7 8.1 7.8 10.6 6.9 8.2 6.7 6.8 7.2 9.6 8.9 7.3 7.3 9.0 9.3 11.0 8.3 4.8

Field Goal Percentage Year 1963­64 1964­65 1983­84 1984­85 1985­86 1986­87 1987­88 1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1991­92 1992­93 1993­94 1994­95

Player ANDREWS, Charles ANDREWS, Charles LINDER, Todd LINDER, Todd LINDER, Todd LINDER, Todd LEWIS, Fred MURAWSKI, Mike STREFF, Matt STREFF, Matt STREFF, Matt STREFF, Matt MAYS, Idris MAYS, Idris

Pct .522 .419 .654 .716 .701 .752 .641 .602 .664 .617 .679 .584 .618 .575

FG­ATT 129­247 207­494 204­312 219­306 204­291 282­375 189­295 77­128 91­137 103­167 148­218 111­190 181­293 256­445

1995­96 1996­97 1997­98 1998­99 1999­00 2000­01 2001­02 2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09 2009­10

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CHAPIN, Josh .597 CHAPIN, Josh .581 DIBUONO, Tony .550 FREEMAN, Gecarri .566 WHITE, Percy .568 WHITE, Percy .670 BRYAN, Sylvere .509 NGOUNOU, Achille .436 MEREUS, James .491 EVANS, Chris .531 BLACK, Jeremy .526 BLACK, Jeremy .485 BLACK, Jeremy .493 WOODS, Fred .546 MORRISON, Marcus .632

135­226 129­222 132­240 77­136 142­250 77­115 110­216 157­360 162­330 102­192 91­173 141­291 171­347 106­194 84­133

3­Point Field Goal Percentage Year 1986­87 1987­88 1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1991­92 1992­93 1993­94 1994­95 1995­96 1996­97 1997­98 1998­99 1999­00 2000­01 2001­02 2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09 2009­10

Player JONES, John BAILEY, A. WILLIAMS, Bryan WILLIAMS, Bryan DOPWELL, Karel LARRY, Reggie DEVEAUX, DeCarlo BOTT, Gregg HANNA, Junior SHEPPARD, Mike FARQUHARSON, E. PARKER, Matt ARIGO, John BROWN, Jon FREEMAN, Gecarri HOWARD, Peter NGOUNOU, Achille WILLIAMS, Earnest BYRD, Kevin BRIGHT, Marcus EVANS, Chris KING, Chris BALL, Johnathan

Pct .394 .475 .454 .402 .405 .373 .414 .418 .351 .404 .381 .400 .500 .421 .343 .400 .341 .338 .395 .401 .322 .377 .376 BENZEGALA, Mounir .419

3FG­A 28­71 29­61 93­205 113­281 30­74 28­75 63­152 33­79 27­77 55­136 85­223 36­90 38­76 53­126 49­143 32­80 42­123 26­77 30­76 57­142 49­152 49­130 38­101 39­93

Free Throw Percentage Year 1963­64 1964­65 1983­84 1984­85 1985­86 1986­87 1987­88 1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1991­92 1992­93 1993­94 1994­95 1995­96 1996­97 1997­98 1998­99 1999­00 2000­01 2001­02 2003­04 2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09 2009­10

Player ANDREWS, Charles ANDREWS, Charles LINDER, Todd JOHNSTON, Nate JOHNSTON, Nate RUPP, Terry RUPP, Terry RUPP, Terry WILLIAMS, Bryan WILLIAMS, Bryan ROUSE, Mike DEVEAUX, DeCarlo DEVEAUX, DeCarlo MAYS, Idris FRANKLIN, Kenny MALLORY, Don MALLORY, Don ARIGO, John WHITE, Percy PIAZZA, Elijah BROWN, Jon BORDERS, Mark BORDERS, Mark BORDERS, Mark KING, Chris BALL, Johnathan CALLAWAY, Rashad CALLAWAY, Rashad

Year 1983­84 1984­85 1985­86 1986­87 1987­88

Player MATEER, Craig JONES, John JONES, John JONES, John DEVEAUX, Drexel

Pct .697 .756 .712 .714 .750 .752 .823 .862 .812 .770 .744 .709 .738 .750 .558 .813 .765 .892 .741 .734 .781 .711 .716 .832 .698 .763 .740 .816

FT­ATT 92­132 192­254 109­153 90­126 90­120 82­109 121­147 188­218 108­133 87­113 87­117 166­234 214­290 180­240 91­163 117­144 88­115 58­65 86­116 102­139 132­169 86­121 106­148 124­149 81­116 87­114 111­150 195­239

Ast 100 101 116 125 124

Avg 3.3 3.4 3.9 3.9 4.0

Assists

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1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1991­92 1992­93 1993­94 1994­95 1995­96 1996­97 1997­98 1998­99 1999­00 2000­01 2001­02 2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09 2009­10

STARNES, Kevin STARNES, Kevin DOPWELL, Karel ROUSE, Mike ROUSE, Mike HANNA, Junior HANNA, Junior SHEPPARD, Mike MALLORY, Don MALLORY, Don POWELL, Chuckie POWELL, Chuckie POWELL, Chuckie BROWN, Jon NORRIS, Jon BORDERS, Mark BORDERS, Mark BORDERS, Mark BALL, Johnathan CALLAWAY, Rashad CALLAWAY, Rashad CALLAWAY, Rashad

149 190 113 188 97 121 118 147 129 102 78 80 140 125 60 186 213 250 86 131 126 167

Year 1983­84 1984­85 1985­86 1987­88 1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1991­92 1992­93 1993­94 1994­95 1995­96 1996­97 1997­98 1998­99 1999­00 2000­01 2001­02 2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09 2009­10

Player Blk LINDER, Todd 58 LINDER, Todd 64 LINDER, Todd 52 JOHNSTON, Nate 91 WILLIAMS, Bryan 44 WILLIAMS, Bryan 50 WILLIAMS, Bryan 34 DEVEAUX, DeCarlo 21 HANNA, Junior 14 HANNA, Junior 19 HANNA, Junior 20 PARKER, Matt 17 DIBUONO, Tony 44 DIBUONO, Tony 39 BRYAN, Sylvere 65 BRYAN, Sylvere 63 BRYAN, Sylvere 71 BRYAN, Sylvere 95 ORLOV, Denis 29 ORLOV, Denis 31 EVANS, Chris 31 EVANS, Chris 48 EVANS, Chris 46 EVANS, Chris 78 WOODS, Fred 48 MORRISON, Marcus 41

Year 1983­84 1984­85 1985­86 1987­88 1988­89 1989­90 1990­91 1991­92 1992­93 1993­94 1994­95 1995­96 1996­97 1997­98 1998­99 1999­00 2000­01 2001­02 2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09 2009­10

Player Stl MATEER, Craig 41 MILLER, Al 45 JONES, John 58 DEVEAUX, Drexel 47 WILLIAMS, Bryan 66 WILLIAMS, Bryan 118 WILLIAMS, Bryan 109 ROUSE, Mike 59 DEVEAUX, DeCarlo 48 CHAMBERS, Devon 50 LARRY, Reggie 47 SHEPPARD, Mike 46 MALLORY, Don 83 THOMPSON, Tamari48 POWELL, Chuckie 60 POWELL, Chuckie 74 POWELL, Chuckie 66 BROWN, Jon 39 NORRIS, Jon 32 BORDERS, Mark 65 BORDERS, Mark 71 BORDERS, Mark 66 PEZZULLO, Matt 45 BALL, Johnathan 48 CALLAWAY, Rashad 43 CALLAWAY, Rashad 64

4.8 6.3 4.2 6.5 3.2 3.9 3.9 6.7 4.3 4.6 3.0 2.8 4.4 4.3 2.4 6.4 7.3 8.9 3.0 4.4 4.5 6.2

Blocked Shots Avg 1.9 2.1 1.9 2.8 1.4 1.6 1.2 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.7 0.7 1.5 1.5 2.5 2.2 2.2 3.3 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.8 1.6 2.6 2.3 1.5

Steals Avg 1.4 1.6 1.9 1.5 2.1 3.8 3.8 2.0 1.6 2.2 1.5 2.1 2.8 1.8 2.3 2.6 2.1 1.3 1.3 2.2 2.4 2.4 1.8 1.6 1.5 2.4


Milestones

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1,000 Point Club

1,000 Rebound Club

DeCarlo Deveaux Todd Linder Bryan Williams Drexel Deveaux Nate Johnston Idris Mays John Jones Rashad Callaway Chris Evans Jon Brown Jeremy Black Mark Borders Gecarri Freeman Terry Rupp Tamari Thompson Matt Streff Edmund Farquharson Sylvere Bryan Andrew Bailey Josh Chapin Johnathan Ball

2,287 2,255 2,195 2,013 1,859 1,625 1,567 1,439 1,419 1,372 1,291 1,290 1,272 1,206 1,203 1,175 1,105 1,088 1,077 1,041 1,029

DeCarlo Deveaux

1990­94 1983­87 1987­91 1987­91 1984­88 1991­95 1983­87 2007­ 2004­08 1998­02 2004­08 2003­06 1998­02 1986­89 1994­98 1989­94 1994­97 1998­02 1984­88 1993­97 2005­09

Todd Linder

Nate Johnston

1,103

1984­88

Bryan Williams

Drexel Deveaux

John Jones

Jon Brown

1,000 Point/1,000 Rebound Club Nate Johnston

Nate Johnston

1,859/1,103

1984­88

Idris Mays

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Triple-Doubles Player John Jones Roscoe Brown Roscoe Brown Roscoe Brown Roscoe Brown

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Opponent vs. Urbana (home) vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (home) vs. Cedarville (home) vs. Central State (home) vs. Milwaukee (home)

Double-Doubles (by season) Jeremy Black Jeremy Black Terry Rupp Mark Borders Chris Evans Sylvere Bryan Josh Chapin Achille Ngounou John Jones Nate Johnston Chris Evans Idris Mays Fred Woods Chris Evans Sylvere Bryan Nate Johnston Nate Johnston Jeremy Black Josh Chapin Idris Mays Roscoe Brown Terry Rupp Todd Linder

17 14 13 12 12 12 11 10 10 10 9 9 8 8 8 8 7 6 6 6 6 6 5

Date 12/12/85 12/2/89 12/16/89 12/20/89 12/30/89

Categories Points: 24 Rebounds: 12 Assists: 10 Points: 18 Rebounds: 12 Assists: 10 Points: 13 Rebounds: 10 Assists: 10 Points: 14 Rebounds: 15 Assists: 12 Points: 14 Rebounds: 10 Assists: 10

Double-Doubles (career) 2007­08 2006­07 1988­89 2005­06 2005­06 2001­02 1995­96 2002­03 1985­86 1985­86 2006­07 1993­94 2008­09 2007­08 1999­2000 1986­87 1987­88 2005­06 1996­97 1994­95 1989­90 1987­88 1985­86

In 1985, John Jones registered Tampa’s first career triple double.

Jeremy Black Chris Evans Sylvere Bryan Nate Johnston Terry Rupp Josh Chapin Idris Mays Mark Borders Bryan Williams Tamari Thompson John Jones Achille Ngounou Roscoe Brown Fred Woods Matt Streff Percy White James Mereus Matt Parker DeCarlo Deveaux Tony DiBuono Todd Linder Rashad Callaway

37 33 26 25 24 21 19 16 12 12 10 10 9 8 8 8 8 7 6 6 5 4

2005­08 2004­08 1998­2002 1985­88 1986­89 1994­97 1991­95 2003­06 1988­91 1995­98 1985­86 2002­03 1987­90 2008­ 1989­93 1999­2001 1999­2004 1996­98 1990­94 1996­98 1983­87 2007­

Roscoe Brown had four triple doubles for UT, with all coming in the 1989-90 season.

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Sunshine State Conference

Founded in 1975, the Sunshine State Conference has risen from a single sport organization to the Division II “Conference of Champions”. Since its inception, the conference has grown steadily in sports played, membership and national prominence. SSC member schools won three NCAA II national championships in 2009­10 and have captured a total of 74 titles in baseball, men’s basketball, men’s golf, women’s golf, men’s soccer, women’s soccer, softball, men’s tennis, women’s ten­ nis and women’s volleyball and are nationally recognized in women’s basketball, women’s rowing and cross country as well. The Sunshine State Conference sponsors championships in men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, volley­ ball, softball, baseball, men’s and women’s golf and women’s rowing. Member schools include Barry University (Miami Shores), Eckerd College (St. Petersburg), Florida Tech (Melbourne), Florida Southern College (Lakeland), Lynn University (Boca Raton), Nova Southeastern University (Fort Lauderdale), Rollins College (Winter Park), Saint Leo University (Saint Leo) and The University of Tampa (Tampa). Jay Jones is the commissioner, Kelly Harrison is assistant commissioner for internal operations and Maryanne Simkulak is the assistant commissioner for membership services. Dr. Anne B. Kerr (Florida Southern) is the President. JB Caldwell is the supervisor of officials for men’s basketball. The office address is 400 South Park Avenue, Suite 150, Winter Park, Fla., 32789. Phone: (321) 972­1803. The SSC website address is www.sunshinestateconference.com.

2009­10 Final SSC Standings Team 1. Florida Southern 2. Rollins* 3. Eckerd 4. Lynn 5. Barry 6. Nova Southeastern 7. Florida Tech 8. Tampa 9. Saint Leo

SSC 13­3 13­3 11­5 9­7 8­8 6­10 4­12 4­12 4­12

Overall 25­5 27­6 19­9 15­13 20­12 13­15 14­13 11­16 11­20

2009­10 SSC Awards FIRST TEAM Rashad Callaway, Tampa Chris Hall, Lynn Rion Rayfield, Florida Southern John Thompson, Florida Southern Nick Wolf, Rollins

*­SSC Tournament Champions

SECOND TEAM Myk Brown, Rollins Zaronn Cann, Eckerd Tony Dennison, Barry Jordan Prais, Saint Leo Justin Sedlak, Florida Tech

2010­11 Men’s Basketball Preseason SSC Poll

HONORABLE MENTION Brandon Jenkins, Florida Southern Erick Nsangou, Barry

School 1 – Rollins 2 – Florida Southern 3 – Lynn 4 – Eckerd 5 – Nova Southeastern 6 – Florida Tech 7 – Tampa 8 – Barry 9 – Saint Leo

Points 182 177 143 124 84 77 74 72 39

First Place Votes 10 8

ALL­FRESHMAN TEAM Brian Cahill, Nova Southeastern Damon Ellison, Florida Southern Dominick Robinson, Saint Leo Luke Roesch, Nova Southeastern Callum Townsend, Tampa Player of Year: John Thompson, FSC Def. Player of Year: Michel Vidal, Lynn Coach of Year: Linc Darner, Florida Southern Freshman of Year: Brian Cahill, NSU

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ACADEMIC AND ATHLETIC EXCELLENCE 74 NCAA Division II National Titles in 10 different sports Number 1 ranked conference in Division II Academic Success Rate Only NCAA conference headquartered in the state of Florida Membership is comprised of nine private colleges and universities located throughout the state of Florida with over 2,000 student-athletes, 70,000 students and an alumni base of almost 400,000 Former Sunshine State Conference student-athletes include Lou Piniella, Rocco Mediate, Tim Wakefield, Brett Tomko, Lee Janzen, Tino Martinez and many others Student-athletes at each of the member institutions engage in community partnerships within the nine Florida communities where Sunshine State Conference schools are located

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2010-11 Opponent Information

2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball

Fort Valley State

Albany State

Florida Memorial

Friday, November 12, Melbourne, Fla.

Saturday, November 13, Melbourne, Fla.

Tuesday, November 16, Tampa, Fla.

Location: Fort Valley, Georgia Enrollment: 2,500 Colors: Old Gold and Royal Blue Nickname: Wildcats Conference: SIAC Affiliation: NCAA ­ II Home Court: George N. Woodward Gymnasium President: Larry E. Rivers Athletic Director: Dr. Percy Caldwell Head Coach: John Douglas Record at FVU: N/A Overall Record: same 2009­10 Record: 9­19 Series Record: First meeting Sports Information Dir.: Charles Ward SID Phone: (478) 825­6195 SID Fax: (478) 825­6889 SID Email: wardc@fvsu.edu Athletic Website: http://www.fvsusports.com

Location: Albany, Georgia. Enrollment: 4,510 Colors: Blue/Gold Nickname: Golden Rams Conference: SIAC Affiliation: NCAA ­ II Home Court: H.P.E.R. Gymnaseum Complex President: Dr. Everette J. Freeman Athletic Director: Dr. Joshua W. Murfree Jr. Head Coach: Christopher Cameron Record at ASU: N/A Overall Record: N/A 2009­10 Record: 18­10 Series Record: UT leads 1­0 Sports Information Director: Edythe Bradley SID Phone: (229) 430­4673 SID Fax: (229) 430­1774 SID Email: edythe.bradley@asurams.edu Athletic Website: https://mycampus.asurams.edu/web/athlet­ ics/athletic­home

Location: Miami Gardens, Fla. Enrollment: 2000 Colors: Royal Blue, Orange and White Nickname: Lions Conference: The Sun Affiliation: NAIA Home Court: Chester Robinson Athletic Center President: Dr. Sandra T. Thompson Athletic Director: Robert Smith Head Coach: Kenny Bellinger Record at FMU: 84­123 (eight years) Overall Record: same 2009­10 Record: 10­21 Series Record: UT leads 18­1 Sports Information Dir.: Damian Alexander SID Phone: (305) 626­3194 SID Fax: (305) 626­3169 SID Email: dalexand@fmuniv.edu Athletic Website: http://athletics.fmuniv.edu

District of Columbia

Queens

Puerto Rico-Bayamon

Tuesday, November 23, Tampa, Fla.

Friday, November 26, St. Petersburg, Fla.

Saturday, November 27, St. Petersburg, Fla.

Location: Washington, D.C. Enrollment: 5200 Colors: Red and Gold Nickname: Firebirds Conference: PAC West Affiliation: NCAA II Home Court: Physical Activities Center President: Allen Sessoms Athletic Director: Patricia Thomas Head Coach: Jeff Ruland Record at UDC: First year at UDC Overall Record: N/A 2009­10 Record: 1­20 Series Record: First meeting Sports Information Dir.: Bernard S. Payton SID Phone: (202) 274­5064 SID Fax: (202) 274­5065 SID Email: bpayton@udc.edu Athletic Website: http://www.udcfirebirds.com

Location: Charlotte, North Carolina Enrollment: 1800 Colors: Navy and Gold Nickname: Royals Conference: Carolinas Affiliation: NCAA II Home Court: Ovins Athletic Center President: Anthony J. Catanese PhD. Athletic Director: Jeannie T. King Head Coach: Wes Long Record at Queens: 13­15 (one year) Overall Record: N/A 2009­10 Record: 13­15 Series Record: UT is tied at 1­1 Sports Information Director: Sarah Waple SID Phone: (704) 337­2585 SID Fax: (704) 295­1840 SID Email: waples@queens.edu Athletic Website: www.queensathletics.com

Location: Bayamon, Puerto Rico Enrollment: 4,852 Colors: Blue and White Nickname: Cowboys Conference: Intercollegiate Athletic League Affiliation: NCAA II Home Court: Benjamin E. Mays H.R.C. President: Dr. Erma Schmidt Athletic Director: Jerry Batista Head Coach: Carlos Calcaño Record at PRB: N/A Overall Record: N/A 2009­10 Record: 9­6 Series Record: UT leads 7­0 Sports Information Director: N/A SID Phone: N/A SID Fax: (787) 993­8926 SID Email: N/A Athletic Website: www.uprb.edu/vaqueros

Southeastern

Barry

Palm Beach Atlantic

Monday, November 29, Tampa, Fla.

Saturday, December 4, Miami Shores, Fla. Saturday, January 29, Tampa, Fla.

Monday, December 6, W. Palm Beach, Fla. Saturday, January 15, Tampa, Fla.

Location: Miami Shores, Fla. Enrollment: 9,042 Colors: Red, Black and Silver Nickname: Buccaneers Conference: Sunshine State Affiliation: NCAA II Home Court: Health and Sports Center President: Sr. Linda Bevilacqua Athletic Director: Michael L. Covone Head Coach: Cesar Odio Record at BU: 261­200 (16 years) Overall Record: same 2009­10 Record: 21­12 Series Record: UT leads 37­16 Sports Information Director: Dennis Jezek SID Phone: (305) 899­3897 SID Fax: (305) 899­3556 SID Email: djezek@barry.edu Athletic Website: www.gobarrybucs.com

Location: West Palm Beach, Fla. Enrollment: 3,000 Colors: Navy Blue and White Nickname: Sailfish Conference: Independent Affiliation: NCAA II Home Court: Green Sports Complex President: Dr. David Clark Athletic Director: Bob White Head Coach: Terry Primm Record at PBAU: 19­66 (three years) Overall Record: same 2009­10 Record: 6­25 Series Record: UT leads 11­0 Sports Information Director: Michael Brown SID Phone: (561) 803­2529 SID Fax: (561) 835­4329 SID Email: michael_brown@pba.edu Athletic Website: www.pbasailfish.com

Location: Lakeland, Florida Enrollment: 2,950 Colors: Red, White and Black Nickname: Fire Conference: Sun Affiliation: NCCAA­I Home Court: Sportsplex President: TBA Athletic Director: Duane Aagaard Head Coach: John Dunlap Record at VSU: 218­108 (ten years) Overall Record: 426­328 (21 years) 2009­10 Record: 24­12 Series Record: UT leads 3­0 Sports Information Director: Evan Gibson SID Phone: (863) 667­5213 SID Fax: N/A SID Email: ekgibson@seuniversity.edu Athletic Website: www.seuniversity.edu/athlet­ ics

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2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball

Tennessee-Temple

Fontbonne

Rollins

Sunday, December 19, Tampa, Fla.

Wednesday, December 30, Tampa, Fla.

Location: Chattanooga, Tenn. Enrollment: 550 Colors: Red and White Nickname: Crusaders Conference: Independent Affiliation: NCCAA­I Home Court: McGilvary Gym President: Danny Lovett Athletic Director: Randy Lee Head Coach: Randy Lee Record at RC: 17­41 Overall Record: Same 2009­10 Record: 14­15 Series Record: First Meeting Sports Information Director: Jeff Elliot SID Phone: 423­493­4225 SID Fax: (423) 493­4219 SID Email: elliotj@tntemple.edu Athletic Website: www.ttucrusaders.com

Location: Saint Louis, MO. Enrollment: 2,000 Colors: Purple and Gold Nickname: Griffins Conference: SLIAC Affiliation: NCAA II Home Court: Dunham Student Activity Center President: Dr. Dennis Golden Athletic Director: Maria Eftink Head Coach: Lee McKinney Record at FU: 307­244 (22 years) Overall Record: 513­377 2009­10 Record: 8­17 Series Record: UT leads 1­0 Sports Information Dir.: Brian Hoener SID Phone: (314) 889­1466 SID Fax:(314)­889­1466 SID Email: bhoener@fontbonne.edu Athletic Website: www.griffinpride.com/athlet­ ics/

Sunday, January 2, Tampa, Fla. Wednesday, February 2, Winter Park, Fla.

Eckerd

Lynn

Saint Leo

Wednesday, January 5, St. Petersburg, Fla. Wednesday, February 9, Tampa, Fla.

Saturday, January 9, Boca Raton, Fla. Saturday, February 6, Tampa, Fla.

Wednesday, January 6, Tampa, Fla. Wednesday, February 13, Saint Leo, Fla.

Location: St. Petersburg, Fla. Enrollment: 1,900 Colors: Teal, Blue and White Nickname: Tritons Conference: Sunshine State Affiliation: NCAA II Home Court: McArthur Gymnasium President: Donald Eastman, III Athletic Director: Dr. Bob Fortosis Head Coach: Tom Ryan Record at EC: 264­145 (14 years) Overall Record: same 2009­10 Record: 19­9 Series Record: UT leads 46­24 Sports Information Director: Guy Harrison SID Phone: (727) 864­8242 SID Fax: (727) 864­8968 SID Email: harrisg@eckerd.edu Athletic Website: www.eckerdtritons.com

Location: Boca Raton, Fla. Enrollment: 2,100 Colors: Royal Blue and White Nickname: Fighting Knights Conference: Sunshine State Affiliation: NCAA II Home Court: De Hoernle Center President: Dr. Kevin M. Ross Athletic Director: Kristen Moraz Head Coach: Scott McMillin Record at LU: 127­78 (eight years) Overall Record: 163­103 (six years) 2009­10 Record: 15­13 Series Record: LU leads 12­16 Sports Information Director: Chad Beattie SID Phone: (561) 237­7341 SID Fax: (561) 237­7409 SID Email: cbeattie@lynn.edu Athletic Website: www.lynn.edu/athletics

Location: Saint Leo, Fla. Enrollment: 14,000 Colors: Green and Gold Nickname: Lions Conference: Sunshine State Affiliation: NCAA II Home Court: Marion Bowman Activities Center President: Dr. Arthur F. Kirk, Jr. Athletic Director: Francis X. Reidy Head Coach: Mike Madagan Record at SLU: 92­168 (nine years) Overall Record: same 2009­10 Record: 11­20 Series Record: UT leads 50­11 Sports Information Director: Evan Ortiz SID Phone: 352­588­8506 SID Fax: 352­588­8290 SID Email: evan.ortiz@saintleo.edu Athletic Website: www.saintleolions.com

Florida Southern

Nova Southeastern

Florida tech

Wednesday, January 20, Lakeland, Fla. Wednesday, February 24, Tampa, Fla.

Saturday, January 22, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Saturday, February 19, Tampa, Fla.

Wednesday, January 26, Melbourne, Fla. Wednesday, February 23, Tampa, Fla.

Location: Lakeland, Fla. Enrollment: 1,997 Colors: Scarlet and White Nickname: Moccasins Conference: Sunshine State Affiliation: NCAA II Home Court: Jenkins Field House President: Dr. Anne Kerr Athletic Director: Pete Meyer Head Coach: Linc Darner Record at FSC: 86­41 (four years) Overall Record: 160­86 (eight years) 2009­10 Record: 25­5 Series Record: FSC leads 67­49 Sports Information Director: Bill Turnage SID Phone: (863) 680­4256 SID Fax: (863) 680­3953 SID Email: bturnage@flsouthern.edu Athletic Website: www.fscmocs.com

Location: Davie, Fla. Enrollment: 4,218 Colors: Navy Blue and Gray Nickname: Sharks Conference: Sunshine State Affiliation: NCAA II Home Court: University Center Arena President: George Hanbury II Athletic Director: Michael Mominey Head Coach: Gary Tuell Record at NSU: 77­90 (six years) Overall Record: 376­283 (20 years) 2009­10 Record: 13­15 Series Record: UT leads 13­7 Sports Information Director: Keith Smith SID Phone: (954) 262­8261 SID Fax: (954) 262­3273 SID Email: Keith.Smith@nova.edu Athletic Website: nsuathletics.nova.edu

Location: Melbourne, Fla. Enrollment: 4,200 Colors: Crimson and Gray Nickname: Panthers Conference: Sunshine State Affiliation: NCAA II Home Court: Clemente Center President: Anthony J. Catanese PhD. Athletic Director: Bill Jurgens Head Coach: Billy Mims Record at DSU: 64­78 (four years) Overall Record: 442­397 (11 years) 2009­10 Record: 14­13 Series Record: UT leads 43­17 Sports Information Director: Rebecca Vick SID Phone: (321) 674­7484 SID Fax: (321) 9848529 SID Email: rvick@fit.edu Athletic Website: www.floridatechsports.com

Location: Winter Park, Fla. Enrollment: 1,800 Colors: Blue and Gold Nickname: Tars Conference: Sunshine State Affiliation: NCAA II Home Court: Alfond Sports Center President: Dr. Lewis Duncan Athletic Director: Pennie Parker Head Coach: Tom Klusman Record at RC: 551­312 (30 years) Overall Record: same 2009­10 Record: 28­7 Series Record: UT leads 65­39 Sports Information Director: Nate Weyant SID Phone: (407) 646­2661 SID Fax: (407) 646­1562 SID Email: nweyant@rollins.edu Athletic Website: www.rollinssports.com

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All-Time Series Records Opponent......................Record Last Adelphi................................1­0 ........2001 Albany State ......................1­0 ........1984 Alabama A&M..................2­2 ........1995 Alabama Huntsville ......2­0 ........2000 American Intl...................2­0 ........2000 American­Puerto Rico 1­1 ........1996 Arkansas State ................1­1 ........1959 Armstrong Atlantic........6­1 ........1995 Augusta State ....................5­4 ........2007 Augustana ........................2­0 ........1992 Baldwin­Wallace ............1­0 ........1984 Baptist ................................1­0 ........1969 Baptist Christian ............1­0 ........1992 Barry ..................................37­16 ....2010 Barton ................................0­1 ........1998 Bartow AFB......................8­1 ........1958 Bellarmine ........................0­1 ........1969 Benedict ............................0­3 ........2010 Benedectine (Ill.) ............2­0 ........1999 Boston University ..........1­0 ........1969 Bowling Green ................1­0 ........1950 Bradley ..............................0­1 ........1960 Bryant ................................1­0 ........1993 BYU­Hawaii ......................0­1 ........2007 C.W. Post ............................1­0 ........1987 Caldwell..............................2­0 ........1999 Carson­Newman ............1­0 ........1994 Carthage ............................1­1 ........2000 Catawba..............................1­2 ........1964 Cedarville ..........................2­0 ........1989 Centenary ..........................0­1 ........1960 Central Arkansas............0­1 ........1993 Central Florida ................2­1 ........1984 Central Methodist ..........1­0 ........1996 Central Missouri State ..1­1 ........1992 Central State (Okla.) ......1­0 ........1989 Charleston ........................2­0 ........1986 Charleston Navy ............1­0 ........1955 Citadel..................................1­0 ........1971 Clark Atlanta ....................1­0 ........2004 Coe ......................................1­0 ........1986 Columbia............................0­1 ........1952 Concordia (N.Y.)..............3­0 ........2010 Culver­Stockton ..............1­0 ........1951 Cumberland......................0­1 ........1964 Dartmouth ........................1­0 ........1950 Davenport ........................1­0 ........2004 Dayton ................................0­3 ........1971 Delta State ..........................0­3 ........2010 DePaul ................................0­1 ........1961 Dickinson ..........................1­0 ........1986 Drake ..................................0­1 ........1961 Drury ..................................0­1 ........1997

2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball Dyke ....................................1­0 ........1987 East Carolina....................1­0 ........1969 Eastern Kentucky ..........0­2 ........1967 Eastern Pennsylvania ..1­0 ........1994 Eckerd ................................46­24 ....2010 Edward Waters ..............9­0 ........2010 Elmhurst ............................1­0 ........1986 Elizabeth City State........1­0 ........2003 Embry­Riddle ..................3­0 ........1996 Emmanuel (Ga.)..............1­0 ........2008 Erskine ..............................1­0 ........1956 Fayetteville State..............1­1 ........2006 Findlay................................1­0 ........1991 Flagler ................................2­0 ........1985 Florence State ..................1­0 ........1959 Florida ................................2­6 ........1963 Florida Atlantic ................2­2 ........1992 Florida A&M ....................3­2 ........1970 Florida College ................1­0 ........2005 Florida Gulf Coast ..........1­1 ........2002 Florida International ....2­0 ........1985 Florida Memorial............18­1 ......2010 Florida Southern ............49­67 ....2010 Florida State ......................6­27 ......1985 Florida Tech......................43­17 ....2010 Fontbonne ........................1­0 ........2006 Franklin..............................1­0 ........1984 Franklin Pierce ..............0­1 ........1996 Furman ..............................0­1 ........1952 Georgia ..............................1­0 ........1951 Georgia College ..............0­1 ........2005 Georgia State ....................3­0 ........1965 Georgia Southern ..........6­19 ......1970 Georgia Southwestern..1­0 ........1997 Georgia Tech ....................1­2 ........1971 Georgetown (Ky.) ..........2­1 ........1969 Goldey­Beacom................1­0 ........2006 Hamlin................................0­1 ........1952 Hampden­Sydney ..........0­1 ........1957 Harding ..............................1­0 ........2008 Hartwick ............................0­1 ........1950 Havana................................1­0 ........1954 Hawaii Pacific..................1­0 ........2007 Henderson State ..............1­0 ........2001 Hillsdale..............................1­0 ........2005 Holy Family ......................1­0 ........1990 Howard ..............................3­0 ........1963 Husson................................1­0 ........1996 Illinois Wesleyan............3­0 ........1990 Indiana Central ..............1­0 ........1984 Indiana Wesleyan ..........1­0 ........1994 Indianapolis......................1­0 ........1991 Iona......................................1­0 ........1970 Iowa ....................................0­1 ........1985

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Jacksonville ......................10­8 ......1966 Jacksonville State ............0­4 ........1992 Johnson C. Smith............0­1 ........1999 Judson ................................1­0 ........1995 Kansas State......................0­1 ........1985 Kentucky State ................1­0 ........2001 Kentucky Wesleyan ......0­7 ........2001 Lafayette ............................0­1 ........1970 Lenoir­Rhyne ..................1­0 ........1999 Liberty Baptist ................1­0 ........1985 Lincoln................................1­0 ........1960 Louisiana State ................0­2 ........1967 Louisville ..........................0­10 ......1986 Loyola ................................2­13 ......1984 Lynn ....................................12­16 ....2010 MacDill AFB ....................3­1 ........1953 Mankato State ..................1­0 ........1988 Mansfield ..........................1­0 ........2000 Marshall ............................0­1 ........1963 Marquette..........................0­1 ........1963 Maryland ..........................0­2 ........1970 Mass­Dartmouth ............1­0 ........1993 Memphis State ................0­2 ........1958 Mercer ................................10­10 ....1968 Merrimack ........................1­0 ........1995 Miami (Fla.)......................7­31 ......1968 Miami (Ohio) ..................0­1 ........1955 Michigan ............................0­1 ........1988 Miles ....................................1­0 ........2000 Millersville ......................1­0 ........1989 Millikin ..............................1­0 ........1991 Millsaps ..............................1­0 ........1965 Milwaukee Eng. ..............1­0 ........1989 Minnesota­Duluth ..........1­0 ........1995 Mississippi College........1­1 ........1956 Mississippi State ............0­2 ........1957 Missouri Central ............1­0 ........1952 Missouri­Rolla ................2­0 ........2005 Missouri­Western ..........0­1 ........1989 Mobile ................................1­0 ........2001 Molloy ................................1­0 ........2001 Monmouth ........................1­0 ........2001 Moravian ..........................0­1 ........1957 Morehouse........................0­2 ........2004 Moorhead State ..............0­1 ........1959 Morris Harvey ................0­2 ........1959 Mount Aloysius ..............2­0 ........1998 Mount Mercy (Iowa) ....1­0 ........1989 Mount Olive......................0­1 ........2003 Mount Union....................1­0 ........1967 Mt. Vernon Nazarene ..0­1 ........2005 Muhlenberg ......................1­0 ........1984 Murray State ....................0­1 ........1953 Nebraska ..........................1­0 ........1951


All-Time Series Records Nebraska­Omaha ..........1­0 ........1989 Newberry ..........................0­1 ........1959 New Hampshire ............1­0 ........1987 New Jersey Tech ............1­0 ........1999 Norfolk State ....................1­0 ........1988 N.C.­Asheville ..................1­1 ........1964 N.C.­Central ......................0­1 ........1990 N.C.­Charlotte ..................2­0 ........1967 North Carolina State......1­2 ........1987 North Central Illinois ..5­0 ........1996 North Florida ..................11­1 ......1999 Northern Kentucky ......0­1 ........1996 Northwestern ..................0­1 ........1983 Nova Southeastern ........13­7 ......2010 Oglethorpe ........................0­1 ........1961 Ohio Northern ................1­0 ........1999 Olivet Nazarene..............1­0 ........2004 Oregon................................1­0 ........1985 Otterbein............................2­1 ........1998 Pace ....................................1­0 ........2000 Palm Beach Atlantic ......11­0 ......2010 Patrick AFB ......................1­0 ........1950 Pennsylvania....................1­0 ........1951 Pfeiffer................................2­0 ........1992 Philadelphia Textile........1­0 ........1987 Pikeville..............................0­1 ........1958 Pinecastle AFB ................0­1 ........1954 Pittsburgh..........................0­1 ........1955 Point Park ........................1­0 ........2001 P.R.­Bayamon ..................7­0 ........2010 P.R.­Cayey ..........................5­0 ........2009 P.R.­Humacao ..................2­0 ........2000 P.R.­Mayaguez..................5­0 ........2006 P.R.­Rio Piedras ..............3­0 ........2008 Purdue ................................0­3 ........1986 Purdue­Calumet..............2­0 ........1989 Queens (N.C.) ..................1­1 ........2005 Quincy ................................1­0 ........1991 Quinnipiac ........................1­0 ........1992 Rhode Island ....................1­0 ........1970 Richmond..........................0­1 ........1984 Rollins ................................65­39 ....2010 Rose Hulman....................1­0 ........1992 St. Ambrose ......................2­0 ........2004 St. Andrews ......................1­0 ........1999 St. Anselm..........................0­1 ........1998 St. Joseph’s (Maine) ......1­0 ........1987 St. Mary’s (Mich.) ..........1­0 ........1990 St. Mary’s (Texas) ..........4­1 ........2004 St. Michael’s ....................0­1 ........1957 St. Peter’s ..........................2­0 ........1960 St. Thomas (Fla.) ............22­3 ......2010 St. Thomas Aquinas ......1­0 ........1988 St. Vincent ........................2­0 ........1995

2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball St. Xavier (Ill.)..................1­0 ........2004 Sacred Heart ....................1­0 ........1989 Saint Leo............................50­11 ....2010 Salem International ......2­0 ........2005 Samford ............................0­1 ........1971 Sanford Navy ..................1­0 ........1951 Seattle Pacific ..................0­1 ........1990 Shaw....................................2­2 ........2004 Shippensburg ..................1­0 ........1989 Siena Heights ..................2­0 ........1988 South Alabama................3­3 ........1971 South Dakota....................0­1 ........2003 South Dakota State ........0­1 ........2003 South Florida....................2­2 ........1989 Southeastern. (Fla.) ......3­0 ........2006 SE Louisiana. ..................0­3 ........1983 So. Illinois­Carbondale 0­1 ........1993 Southern Indiana ..........0­1 ........1994 Southern Mississippi ..2­7 ........1995 Southwest Baptist..........1­0 ........2000 Spalding..............................1­0 ........1997 Spring Hill ........................0­3 ........1960 Stetson ................................12­33 ....1969 Talledaga............................2­0 ........1994 Tarleton State ..................0­1 ........2007 Taylor ..................................1­2 ........1968 Tennessee ........................0­1 ........1968 UT­Chattanooga ..............1­0 ........1971 Tennessee Tech ..............0­3 ........1964 Tennessee Wesleyan ....1­1 ........1967 Texas A&M­Commerce1­0 ........2007 Tiffin....................................1­0 ........2000 Toronto ..............................1­0 ........1959 Tougaloo ............................0­1 ........1997 Transylvania ....................1­3 ........1967

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Tri­State (Ind.) ................1­0 ........1994 Troy State ..........................1­3 ........1956 Tulane ................................0­4 ........1983 Union ..................................1­0 ........1961 Urbana................................2­0 ........1985 Valdosta State ....................14­9 ......2010 Villanova............................0­1 ........1950 Virginia Tech ..................1­0 ........1971 Voorhees............................1­0 ........1996 Wabash ..............................1­0 ........1986 Walsh ..................................2­0 ........2004 Warner Southern ..........0­1 ........1997 Wayne State (Neb.)........1­2 ........2002 Webber ..............................15­0 ......2001 Wesley ................................1­0 ........1988 West Chester State ........1­0 ........1969 West Florida ....................3­5 ........2008 West Georgia ..................1­4 ........2006 West Kentucky State ....0­1 ........1964 West Virginia State........0­1 ........2006 West Virginia Tech ......1­0 ........2005 Western Michigan..........0­1 ........1963 Western Carolina ..........2­1 ........1958 Western Kentucky ........1­8 ........1966 Westminster (Pa.) ..........1­0 ........1988 Wheaton ............................1­2 ........1963 William Carey..................3­1 ........1961 William Jewel ..................1­0 ........1986 Winona State ....................3­0 ........2002 Wofford..............................1­0 ........1960 Wooster..............................2­0 ........1983 Worcester State ..............1­0 ........2003 Xavier..................................0­2 ........1966 Yale ......................................1­2 ........1967


Year-by-Year Results The Richard Schmidt Years 1983­current, 548­247 (.689) 2009­10 (11­16) 11/23 11/25 11/27 11/28 12/5 12/9 12/12 12/21 12/22 1/2 1/6 1/9 1/13 1/16 1/20 1/23 1/27 1/30 2/3 2/6 2/10 2/13 2/17 2/20 2/24 2/27 3/3

Florida Memorial L, 77­70 St. Thomas W, 71­68 vs. Edward Waters W, 106­81 vs. Puerto Rico­Bayamon W, 93­88 @ Florida Tech W, 77­70 @ Benedict L, 78­72 #2 Valdosta State W, 78­74 (2 ot) Concordia, N.Y. W, 86­81 Delta State L, 58­56 Nova Southeastern W, 66­63 Saint Leo W, 64­59 @ Lynn L, 85­77 @ Eckerd L, 75­66 #23 Rollins L, 72­55 @ #16 Florida Southern L, 95­89 (ot) Barry L, 77­75 @ Palm Beach Atlantic W, 66­61 Florida Tech L, 86­78 (ot) @ Nova Southeastern L, 97­88 Lynn L, 91­85 (ot) @ Saint Leo W, 80­65 @ #23 Rollins L, 61­59 Eckerd L, 63­54 @ Barry L, 80­71 #11 Florida Southern L, 85­60 Palm Beach Atlantic W, 83­75 @ #17 Rollins (SSC) L, 73­54

2008­09 (16­12) 11/18 11/19 11/22 11/28 12/6 12/12 12/14 12/16 12/18 1/3 1/7 1/10 1/14 1/17 1/21 1/24 1/28 1/31 2/7 2/11 2/14 2/15 2/18 2/21 2/25 2/28 3/4 3/7

Puerto Rico­Cayey W, 107­53 Puerto Rico­Rio Piedras W, 92­49 Florida Memorial W, 92­56 @ West Florida L, 67­54 @ Palm Beach Atlantic W, 73­41 Emmanuel, Ga. (at Tampa Prep) W, 90­76 Benedict L, 66­61 @ #20 Valdosta State L, 80­79 West Florida W, 62­57 Nova Southeastern L, 65­61 @ Eckerd W, 62­61 @ Rollins L, 70­64 (ot) Saint Leo W, 70­52 Barry W, 70­61 @ Florida Southern L, 89­70 @ Florida Tech L, 72­62 Lynn W, 81­73 Palm Beach Atlantic W, 75­64 Rollins W, 72­56 Eckerd W, 77­75 (ot) @ Barry L, 60­53 @ Nova Southeastern L, 76­68 @ Saint Leo L, 70­66 Florida Tech W, 88­75 #22 Florida Southern L, 77­70 @ Lynn W, 86­68 @ Barry (SSC) W, 61­50 vs. #20 Florida Southern (SSC) L, 80­59

2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball 1/12 1/16 1/19 1/23 1/26 1/30 2/2 2/6 2/9 2/15 2/16 2/20 2/27 3/1 3/4 3/8 3/9 3/15 3/16

@ #11 Florida Tech @ Eckerd Barry #22 Florida Southern Palm Beach Atlantic @ Lynn #14 Rollins @ Nova Southeastern Florida Tech @ Saint Leo @ Barry Eckerd @ #22 Florida Southern Lynn Rollins (SSC) Saint Leo (SSC) Florida Southern (SSC) vs. Harding (NCAA) vs. #8 Benedict (NCAA)

L, 84­67 L, 80­72 W, 57­41 W, 68­66 W, 76­47 W, 79­74 (ot) W, 83­68 W, 74­66 W, 95­89 L, 83­79 L, 60­55 L, 87­86 W, 78­72 W, 77­67 W, 80­76 (ot) W, 75­55 L, 83­81 (ot) W, 86­77 L, 73­59

2006­07 (15­14) 11/15 11/17 11/18 11/20 11/24 11/25 12/2 12/9 12/17 12/18 12/20 12/28 1/3 1/6 1/10 1/13 1/17 1/20 1/24 1/27 1/29 1/31 2/3 2/7 2/14 2/17 2/21

@ Palm Beach Atlantic Goldey­Beacom West Georgia West Florida Puerto Rico­Mayaguez Florida Memorial #5 Rollins @ West Florida West Virginia State Southeastern (Fla.) Fayetteville State Fontbonne Saint Leo @ Barry @ Florida Tech Palm Beach Atlantic @ Florida Southern Lynn @ Eckerd @ Nova Southeastern* Florida Tech @ Saint Leo Barry @ #18 Rollins Florida Southern @ Lynn Eckerd

W, 73­69 W, 76­70 L, 75­72 (2 ot) W, 67­52 W, 76­65 W, 60­49 W, 80­71 L, 61­58 L, 90­82 W, 64­50 L, 75­67 W, 84­71 L, 70­58 L, 60­55 L, 63­52 W, 71­63 L, 81­73 L, 62­61 (2 ot) L, 74­53 80­72 W W, 63­47 W, 68­55 L, 65­55 W, 67­60 W, 68­63 W, 60­59 L, 96­54

2/24 3/2

Nova Southeastern vs. Nova Southeastern (SSC)

L, 73­64 L, 71­55

2005­06 (19­9) 11/19 11/25 11/26 11/29 12/2 12/3 12/9 12/17 12/19 12/20 12/27 12/29 1/4 1/7 1/11 1/18 1/21 1/25 1/28 1/30 2/1 2/4 2/8 2/15 2/18 2/22 2/25 3/2

@ Palm Beach Atlantic vs. Queens (N.C.) vs. Puerto Rico­Bayamon Florida College Palm Beach Atlantic Salem International @ Eckerd Mount Vernon Nazarene Southeastern (Fla.) Missouri­Rolla Hillsdale West Virginia Tech @ Florida Southern Lynn Florida Tech Rollins @ Nova Southeastern @ Saint Leo Barry Eckerd Florida Southern @ Lynn Saint Leo @ Rollins Nova Southeastern @ Florida Tech @ Barry vs. Eckerd (SSC)

L, 89­66 L, 57­44 W, 101­80 W, 102­39 W, 85­66 W, 74­67 W, 67­58 L, 82­76 W, 113­47 W, 79­61 W, 80­73 W, 86­65 W, 65­54 L, 66­61 W, 65­57 L, 67­60 L, 71­44 W, 74­45 W, 79­76 (ot) W, 73­72 L, 69­65 L, 64­49 W, 84­51 W, 87­81 W, 66­50 L, 69­64 W, 56­47 L, 72­59

2004­05 (18­11) 11/17 11/22 11/23 12/1 12/4 12/5 12/8 12/10 12/14 12/20 12/28 12/30 1/5 1/8

Puerto Rico­Cayey @ Florida Memorial Shaw Florida Memorial @ Clark Atlanta @ Morehouse Saint Leo St. Mary’s (Texas) Fayettville State Davenport St. Ambrose St. Xavier (Ill.) Rollins @ Barry

W, 102­58 W, 80­74 W, 61­52 W, 97­68 W, 75­58 L, 72­70 L, 95­91 (ot) L, 71­68 W, 68­65 W, 91­60 W, 84­75 W, 65­48 W, 68­61 L, 71­63

2007­08 (21­9) 11/16 11/17 11/23 11/24 12/1 12/15 12/18 12/29 1/2 1/5 1/9

vs. TAMU­Commerce @ Tarleton State vs. Valdosta State vs. Puerto Rico­Bayamon @ Palm Beach Atlantic @ #11 BYU­Hawaii @ Hawaii Pacific #12 Augusta State @ #4 Rollins Nova Southeastern Saint Leo

W, 77­72 L, 96­55 W, 92­81 W, 88­79 W, 79­56 L, 103­75 W, 69­56 W, 89­75 W, 70­66 W, 60­47 W, 77­67

UT won 21 games and advanced to the NCAA South Regional semifinals in 2007-08.

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Year-by-Year Results 1/12 1/19 1/22 1/26 1/29 1/31 2/2 2/5 2/9 2/16 2/19 2/23 2/26 3/4 3/5

Florida Tech @ Florida Southern Nova Southeastern @ Eckerd Lynn @ Saint Leo @ Florida Tech Barry @ Rollins Florida Southern @ Nova Southeastern Eckerd @ Lynn @ Barry (SSC) vs. Eckerd (SSC)

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W, 74­66 L, 79­72 W, 78­70 L, 83­61 L, 81­63 L, 76­74 W, 73­71 W, 76­73 (ot) W, 80­57 W, 55­51 L, 67­52 W, 56­54 L, 86­56 W, 56­54 L, 60­57

2003­04 (16­13) 11/21 11/22 11/28 11/29 12/2 12/3 12/6 12/17 12/19 12/22 12/27 1/3 1/6 1/8 1/10 1/14 1/17 1/20 1/24 1/31 2/4 2/7 2/11 2/14 2/18 2/21 2/25 3/4 3/6

@ Elizabeth City State @ Mount Olive @ South Dakota @ South Dakota State Florida Memorial Puerto Rico­Bayamon Saint Mary’s West Florida Southeastern (Fla.) Olivet Nazarene Walsh Barry @ Eckerd @ Saint Leo Nova Southeastern @ Florida Tech Rollins @ Florida Southern Lynn @ Barry Eckerd @ Nova Southeastern Saint Leo @ Rollins Florida Tech @ Lynn Florida Southern vs. Lynn (SSC) vs. Florida Southern (SSC)

2002­03 (15­12)

W, 67­55 L, 84­77 L, 95­86 L, 97­77 W, 71­65 W, 78­67 W, 70­67 L, 69­56 W, 68­51 W, 65­62 W, 86­57 W, 71­59 L, 71­69 W, 78­59 W, 74­60 W, 77­69 W, 59­42 L, 65­62 L, 66­57 L, 74­64 L, 63­56 W, 74­63 W, 69­58 L, 69­57 W, 72­55 L, 64­40 L, 49­47 W, 63­60 L, 73­57

The 2001-02 team matched the 1989-90 team with a program record 26 wins. 11/22 11/23 11/26 11/27 12/1 12/5 12/7 12/13 12/21 12/28 12/29 1/5 1/8 1/11 1/15 1/18 1/22 1/25 1/29 2/1 2/5 2/8

Puerto Rico­Piedras Puerto Rico­Cayey Winona State Puerto Rico­Bayamon Puerto Rico­Mayaquez @ Florida Gulf Coast @ West Florida Florida Gulf Coast Shaw Wayne State Morehouse Worcester State @ Eckerd Barry @ Florida Southern Rollins @ Florida Tech Lynn @ Saint Leo @ Barry Florida Southern @ Rollins

W, 67­55 W, 64­53 W, 71­69 W, 83­60 W, 76­65 L, 76­49 W, 69­67 W, 69­61 L, 69­58 W, 59­54 L, 68­58 W, 70­44 L, 75­39 W, 44­39 L, 42­37 L, 62­48 W, 60­53 W, 65­62 W, 65­39 L, 63­56 L, 63­40 L, 78­63

2/12 2/15 2/19 2/22 3/1

Florida Tech @ Lynn Saint Leo vs. Eckerd (SSC) vs. Eckerd (SSC)

W, 72­52 L, 75­63 W, 74­55 L, 57­44 L, 86­48

2001­02 (26­3) 11/18 11/20 11/21 11/23 11/25 12/18 12/20 12/28 12/29 12/31 1/2 1/9 1/12 1/16 1/19 1/23 1/26 1/30 2/2 2/6 2/9 2/13 2/16 2/20 2/23 3/1 3/2 3/3 3/9

Puerto Rico­Cayey Webber Puerto Rico­Bayamon Puerto Rico­Rio Piedras Puerto Rico­Mayaguez Point Park Queens @ Mobile @ Shaw Molloy Monmouth Rollins Barry @ Lynn Saint Leo @ Florida Tech Florida Southern @ Eckerd @ Barry Lynn @ Saint Leo Florida Tech @ Florida Southern Eckerd @ Rollins vs. @Florida Tech (SSC) vs. Rollins (SSC) vs. Florida Southern (SSC) West Georgia (NCAA)

W, 68­44 W, 84­56 W, 94­58 W, 89­61 W, 89­66 W, 88­69 W, 83­81 W, 92­68 L, 71­68 W, 79­54 W, 107­81 W, 75­65 W, 74­68 W, 56­51 W, 78­60 W, 82­58 W, 81­79 W, 68­48 W, 63­52 W, 60­57 W, 69­49 W, 88­67 L, 84­76 W, 66­54 W, 71­63 W, 75­61 W, 84­63 W, 62­45 L, 77­69

2000­01 (25­7)

The 2000-01 team advanced to the NCAA Final Four.

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11/17 11/18 11/21 11/22 11/25 11/29 12/4 12/5 12/8 12/28

vs. Puerto Rico­Humacao vs. Tiffin Puerto Rico­Mayaguez Webber Salem International Puerto Rico­Cayey vs. Pace vs. Miles Southwest Baptist American International

W, 97­49 W, 95­70 W, 95­76 W, 100­63 W, 97­75 W, 94­47 W, 75­65 W, 80­57 W, 88­61 W, 75­50


Year-by-Year Results

2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball 1/21 1/24 1/28 1/31 2/4 2/7 2/11 2/14 2/18 2/21 2/27

Lynn Eckerd @Florida Southern Rollins Florida Tech @Saint Leo @Lynn @Eckerd Florida Southern @Barry vs. Florida Tech (SSC)

L, 78­73 W, 76­71 W, 64­60 W, 88­80 W, 85­65 W, 104­79 L, 79­63 W, 63­58 W, 68­62 W, 80­64 L, 71­69

1996­97 (23­7)

The 1997-98 Spartans finished with a 16-11 overall record. 12/30 1/2 1/6 1/10 1/13 1/17 1/20 1/24 1/27 1/31 2/3 2/7 2/10 2/14 2/17 2/21 2/26 3/7 3/9 3/10 3/21 3/22

Mansfield W, 91­70 Carthage L, 80­74 (ot) @Eckerd L, 66­63 Saint Leo W, 67­65 @Florida Southern W, 66­54 Lynn L, 75­73 @Barry W, 77­75 @ Florida Tech W, 70­63 Rollins L, 68­62 @Saint Leo W, 73­54 Florida Southern W, 75­69 @Lynn W, 87­72 Barry W, 82­67 Florida Tech W, 82­53 @Rollins W, 71­62 Eckerd L, 67­63 vs. Barry (SSC) L, 67­62 vs. Kentucky State (NCAA) W, 83­68 @ Eckerd (NCAA) W, 67­56 vs. Henderson State (NCAA) W, 60­51 vs. Adelphi (NCAA) W, 82­68 vs. Ky. Wesleyan (NCAA) L, 85­84 (ot)

1999­2000 (24­5) 11/24 12/2 12/3 12/4 12/10 12/11 12/20 12/22 12/28 12/30 1/6 1/7 1/12 1/15 1/19 1/22 1/26 1/29 2/2 2/5 2/7 2/9 2/12 2/16 2/19 2/23

Webber W, 96­78 vs. Johnson C. Smith L, 83­77 vs. St. Andrews W, 79­72 vs. Lenoir­Rhyne W, 61­59 vs. Caldwell W, 95­61 vs. Puerto Rico­Humacao W, 116­33 Benedectine W, 81­66 Ohio Northern W, 62­49 North Florida W, 82­68 New Jersey Tech W, 94­75 Puerto Rico­Mayaguez W, 88­49 Shaw W, 87­64 Saint Leo W, 96­69 Rollins W, 72­49 @Florida Tech W, 77­65 @ Lynn W, 70­62 Eckerd W, 71­62 @Florida Southern L, 85­81 (2ot) @Saint Leo W, 88­77 @Barry W, 81­60 @Rollins W, 78­75 Florida Tech W, 83­70 Lynn W, 71­52 @Eckerd W, 70­65 Florida Southern L, 76­72 Barry W, 75­58

2/27 3/11 3/12

vs. Barry (SSC) L, 69­55 vs. Alabama­Huntsville (NCAA) W, 64­55 @Florida Southern (NCAA) L, 67­53

1998­99 (10­16) 11/15 11/20 11/21 11/25 11/28 11/30 12/5 12/10 12/19 12/28 1/3 1/6 1/9 1/13 1/16 1/20 1/23 1/27 1/30 2/3 2/6 2/10 2/13 2/15 2/18 2/21

@North Florida vs. Barton vs. Nova Southeastern West Florida Puerto Rico­Bayamon Otterbein Palm Beach Atlantic Webber Mt. Aloysius @West Florida Wayne State (Nebr.) @Saint Leo Rollins Florida Tech Lynn @Eckerd Florida Southern Saint Leo @Barry @Florida Tech @Lynn Eckerd @Florida Southern Barry @Rollins vs. Florida Southern (SSC)

W, 89­71 L, 70­69 W, 88­64 L, 86­78 W, 97­78 L, 71­66 W, 93­75 W, 71­62 W, 76­73 L, 69­53 L, 76­60 L, 74­62 W, 77­56 W, 74­62 L, 87­75 L, 76­75 L, 76­74 (ot) L, 71­65 L, 81­75 L, 76­61 L, 73­51 W, 71­62 L, 78­60 L, 77­53 W, 72­68 L, 69­51

1997­98 (16­11) 11/15 11/21 11/22 11/25 11/26 12/5 12/8 12/12 12/13 12/18 12/20 12/30 1/7 1/10 1/14 1/17

@Kentucky Wesleyan @Drury vs. Tougaloo Webber Warner Southern Puerto Rico­Bayamon St. Thomas vs. Georgia Southwestern @Valdosta State Mt. Aloysius Spalding St. Anselm Barry Saint Leo @Rollins @Florida Tech

L, 67­59 L, 69­62 L, 63­59 W, 95­70 L, 110­104 W, 102­80 W, 79­64 W, 88­83 W, 83­64 W, 88­49 W, 108­84 L, 82­75 W, 97­66 L, 88­75 W, 75­70 L, 88­80

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11/19 11/26 11/27 12/3 12/5 12/7 12/13 12/14 12/28 12/30 1/3 1/8 1/11 1/15 1/18 1/22 1/25 1/29 2/1 2/5 2/8 2/12 2/15 2/19 2/22 2/27 2/28 3/1 3/6 3/7

St. Thomas Webber Northern Kentucky North Central Illinois American­Puerto Rico Embry­Riddle vs. Georgia College vs. Voorhees Carthage Husson Franklin Pierce @Barry @Saint Leo Rollins Florida Tech @North Florida @Eckerd Florida Southern @Rollins @Florida Tech Saint Leo North Florida Eckerd @Florida Southern Barry Saint Leo vs. Florida Tech (SSC) @Fla. Southern (SSC) vs. West Georgia (NCAA) vs. Lynn (NCAA)

W, 88­73 W, 89­76 L, 79­65 W, 83­65 W, 99­62 W, 87­75 L, 85­80 W, 95­70 W, 91­65 W, 75­57 W, 75­65 W, 71­57 W, 80­68 L, 67­65 W, 72­69 W, 65­47 W, 76­65 L, 69­67 W, 71­66 L, 63­58 W, 80­60 W, 73­49 W, 70­54 L, 79­76 W, 80­67 W, 86­62 W, 89­77 W, 73­67 W, 83­61 L, 81­76

1995­96 (14­13) 11/22 11/25 11/28 12/2 12/9 12/16 12/18 12/21 12/29 12/30 1/2 1/3 1/6 1/10 1/13 1/17 1/20 1/24 1/27 2/3 2/6 2/10 2/13 2/17 2/20 2/24 2/29

Webber Otterbein St. Thomas Embry­Riddle @Southern Mississippi @Valdosta State Judson @Armstrong Atlantic American­Puerto Rico Merrimack Minnesota­Duluth Central Methodist @Rollins* Saint Leo* @Barry* Eckerd* Florida Southern* @North Florida* @Florida Tech* Rollins* @Saint Leo* Barry* @Eckerd* @Florida Southern* North Florida* Florida Tech* vs. Barry (SSC)

1994­95 (25­6)

W, 97­84 W, 101­93 W, 92­83 W, 93­74 L, 74­60 L, 89­80 W, 95­62 L, 80­66 L, 85­73 W, 84­75 W, 79­76 W, 100­63 L, 96­89 W, 75­72 L, 75­70 W, 73­68 L, 72­69 L, 79­61 W, 79­71 W, 81­62 W, 92­82 L, 63­62 L, 67­59 L, 70­52 W, 53­50 L, 61­59 L, 84­67


Year-by-Year Results 11/19 11/22 12/2 12/3 12/5 12/10 12/17 12/19 12/21 12/30 1/5 1/6 1/11 1/14 1/18 1/21 1/25 1/28 2/1 2/4 2/7 2/11 2/14 2/18 2/21 2/25 3/2 3/3 3/4 3/10 3/11

Kentucky Wesleyan W, 73­69 Webber W, 91­81 Carson­Newman (at So. Ind.) W, 87­62 @Southern Indiana L, 107­101 North Central Illinois W, 71­60 Talladega W, 92­77 St. Thomas W, 86­51 Indiana Wesleyan W, 100­78 Armstrong State W, 74­66 Tri­State W, 86­70 Eastern (Pa.) W, 80­53 St. Vincent W, 91­74 @Saint Leo W, 78­74 Barry W, 77­63 @Eckerd L, 90­65 @Florida Southern L, 71­67 North Florida W, 87­80 Florida Tech W, 76­68 Rollins W, 83­52 @Rollins W, 77­51 Saint Leo W, 63­46 @Barry L, 56­53 Eckerd W, 83­71 Florida Southern W, 62­56 @North Florida W, 86­82 @Florida Tech L, 76­66 vs. Saint Leo (SSC) W, 84­61 vs. Rollins (SSC) W, 82­62 vs. Eckerd (SSC) W, 77­75 vs. Armstrong State (NCAA) W, 65­59 vs. Alabama A&M (NCAA) L, 79­78

1993­94 (22­9) 11/22 11/24 11/27 11/30 12/2 12/6 12/9 12/11 12/18 12/30 1/4 1/5 1/12 1/15 1/19 1/22 1/26 1/29 2/2 2/5 2/9 2/12 2/15 2/19 2/23 2/26 3/4 3/5 3/6 3/12 3/13

St. Thomas Central Arkansas @So. Illinois­Carbondale Webber Franklin Pierce Florida Memorial Edward Waters @St. Thomas Talledaga Bryant St. Mary’s (Tex.) American International Florida Southern @Barry Rollins @Saint Leo Florida Tech North Florida @Eckerd Barry @Rollins Saint Leo @Florida Tech @North Florida Eckerd @Florida Southern vs. Rollins (SSC) vs. Saint Leo (SSC) vs. Eckerd (SSC) vs. Eckerd (NCAA) vs. Alabama A&M (NCAA)

W, 106­81 L, 92­79 L, 114­64 W, 97­68 L, 80­77 W, 88­63 W, 89­74 W, 98­84 W, 76­66 W, 92­66 W, 78­69 W, 84­80 W, 82­71 W, 73­69 W, 88­63 W, 82­70 L, 65­63 W, 96­82 W, 71­62 W, 88­61 L, 65­60 W, 78­75 L, 75­71 W, 75­73 W, 81­61 L, 89­69 W, 84­54 W, 82­70 L, 77­71 W, 83­61 L, 95­90

1992­93 (25­5) 11/30 12/2 12/4 12/5 12/7 12/10 12/11 12/28 12/30

Webber Florida Memorial vs. Baptist Christian @Jacksonville State Augustana North Central Edward Waters Rose Hulman Quinnipiac

W, 94­85 W, 86­62 W, 108­93 L, 93­80 W, 95­86 W, 105­85 W, 128­94 W, 78­75 W, 91­77

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Tampa won a program record 26 games in 1989-90. 1/2 1/4 1/5 1/13 1/16 1/20 1/23 1/27 1/30 2/3 2/6 2/10 2/13 2/17 2/20 2/24 2/27 3/5 3/6 3/11 3/12

Central Missouri Pfeiffer UMass­Dartmouth Rollins @Saint Leo Florida Tech @North Florida @Eckerd Florida Southern @Barry Saint Leo @Florida Tech North Florida Eckerd @Florida Southern Barry @Rollins vs. Barry (SSC) @Florida Southern (SSC) vs. Fla. Southern (NCAA) vs. Delta State (NCAA)

L, 84­81 W, 87­76 W, 93­82 W, 79­76 W, 76­74 W, 61­60 W, 86­68 W, 97­86 W, 76­70 W, 75­73 W, 108­81 W, 79­76 W, 122­93 W, 81­73 L, 72­68 W, 89­67 W, 65­62 W, 98­81 L, 71­67 W, 79­73 L, 74­61

1991­92 (19­10) 11/23 11/27 11/29 12/2 12/9 12/19 12/21 12/28 1/2 1/4 1/6 1/8 1/11 1/15 1/18 1/22 1/25 2/1 2/5 2/8 2/12 2/15 2/18 2/22 2/26

Webber Embry­Riddle Edward Waters Valdosta State @Florida Memorial @Webber Indianapolis St. Vincent Millikin Walsh Findlay Illinois Benedictine Florida Memorial @Barry Rollins @Saint Leo Florida Tech @Eckerd Florida Southern @Rollins Saint Leo @Florida Tech @Florida Atlantic Eckerd @Florida Southern

W, 82­50 W, 76­68 W, 99­74 W, 98­87 W, 90­72 W, 84­75 W, 95­49 W, 83­57 W, 93­75 W, 94­76 W, 75­66 W, 65­53 W, 76­58 W, 72­66 L, 64­57 W, 105­83 W, 80­68 L, 79­76 L, 66­62 L, 68­55 W, 98­69 L, 83­77 L, 87­81 L, 67­64 L, 63­61

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2/29 3/3 3/5 3/6

Barry @Florida Atlantic vs. Florida Tech (SSC) @Rollins (SSC)

W, 81­65 L, 69­68 W, 70­65 L, 68­54

1990­91 (23­6) 11/19 11/21 11/27 12/5 12/8 12/15 12/19 12/28 12/29 1/1 1/2 1/5 1/11 1/12 1/16 1/19 1/23 1/26 1/30 2/2 2/6 2/9 2/13 2/16 2/20 2/27 3/2 3/5 3/9

Seattle Pacific St. Mary’s (Texas) @Valdosta State Webber North Central (Ill.) St. Thomas St. Mary’s (Mich.) Winona State (Min.) Illinois Wesleyan Alabama­Huntsville St. Ambrose (Ia.) Holy Family (Pa.) Florida Memorial Quincy (Ill.) Florida Southern @Barry Rollins* @Saint Leo @Florida Tech Florida Atlantic @Eckerd Barry @Rollins Saint Leo Florida Tech Eckerd @Florida Southern vs. Barry (SSC) @Florida Southern (SSC)

L, 75­73 W, 68­64 L, 91­77 W, 94­78 W, 98­80 W, 121­66 W, 114­90 W, 92­65 W, 94­73 W, 128­82 W, 94­80 W, 94­55 W, 95­69 W, 89­53 W, 69­61 W, 102­91 L, 72­59 W, 111­94 L, 90­84 W, 92­74 W, 77­75 W, 97­57 L, 69­55 W, 79­47 W, 90­56 W, 86­66 W, 82­77 W, 85­53 L, 60­53

1989­90 (26­5) 11/22 11/25 12/2 12/4 12/9 12/16 12/18 12/20 12/22 12/28 12/30

Webber Florida Memorial Palm Beach Atlantic @ Florida Memorial St. Thomas (Fla.) Cedarville (Ohio) Mount Mercey (Iowa) Central State (Okla.) Shippensburg State (Penn.) Nebraska­Omaha Milwaukee Engineering

W, 116­78 W, 109­74 W, 122­53 W, 113­72 W, 96­69 W, 96­71 W, 100­74 W, 89­74 W, 96­62 W, 76­69 W, 107­50


Year-by-Year Results 1/3 1/5 1/8 1/11 1/17 1/20 1/24 1/27 1/31 2/3 2/10 2/14 2/17 2/21 2/24 2/28 3/9 3/10 3/16 3/17

Missouri Western Missouri­Rolla Concordia (NY) Millersville (Penn.) @ Eckerd Florida Tech @ Saint Leo Barry @ Florida Southern Rollins @ Florida Tech Saint Leo @ Barry Florida Southern @ Rollins Eckerd vs. Rollins (SSC) @ Florida Southern (SSC) vs. NC Central (NCAA) vs. Fla. Southern (NCAA)

L, 75­74 W, 88­69 W, 126­77 W, 99­79 W, 81­77 W, 87­71 W, 84­69 W, 96­65 W, 75­70 W, 73­55 L, 75­68 W, 81­72 W, 86­64 W, 84­81 (ot) W, 56­55 W, 78­63 W, 88­61 L, 69­67 L, 66­61 L, 92­82

1988­89 (24­7) 11/21 11/26 12/3 12/5 12/8 12/14 12/17 12/19 12/29 12/31 1/3 1/7 1/11 1/13 1/16 1/21 1/23 1/25 1/28 2/2 2/8 2/11 2/13 2/15 2/18 2/22 2/25 3/3 3/4 3/18 3/19

Edward Waters @ Florida Memorial @ Siena Heights @ Michigan Florida Memorial Webber St. Thomas Aquinas Mankato State Westminster Illinois Wesleyan Winona State Purdue­Calumet Rollins Sacred Heart Florida Southern @ Eckerd @ South Florida @ Saint Leo Barry @ Florida Tech @ Barry Florida Atlantic @ Rollins Eckerd Saint Leo Florida Tech @ Florida Southern vs. Rollins (SSC) @Florida Southern (SSC) vs. Fla. Southern (NCAA) vs. Jacksonville St. (NCAA)

W, 103­79 W, 101­84 W, 79­77 L, 98­65 W, 92­64 W, 93­73 W, 103­88 W, 73­69 W, 82­49 W, 112­80 W, 102­71 W, 88­62 W, 91­75 W, 85­81 W, 53­47 W, 75­73 L, 71­54 L, 94­90 W, 81­62 W, 70­67 W, 87­70 W, 107­97 L, 74­73 W, 84­75 W, 79­63 W, 84­75 L, 63­58 W, 79­66 L, 68­67 W, 90­86 L, 87­69

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@ Florida Southern Florida Tech St. Thomas @ Eckerd @ Saint Leo @ Florida Tech Florida Southern vs. Eckerd (SSC) vs. Florida Tech (SSC) @ Florida Southern (SSC) vs. Norfolk St. (NCAA) vs. Fla. Southern (NCAA)

L, 86­65 L, 68­63 L, 45­42 W, 75­58 W, 89­64 W, 91­85 L, 72­69 W, 87­60 W, 85­71 L, 63­62 W, 71­68 L, 76­63

1986­87 (26­6) 11/28 11/29 12/1 12/3 12/6 12/8 12/15 12/18 12/20 12/22 12/27 1/3 1/5 1/7 1/9 1/14 1/17 1/21 1/24 1/29 2/4 2/7 2/11 2/14 2/16 2/18 2/21 2/25 2/27 2/28 3/6 3/7

William Jewell Elmhurst Otterbein @ South Florida Charleston Florida Memorial Edward Waters @ Louisville @ Purdue Dickinson North Carolina State Coe Wabash St. Joseph’s Barry @ Eckerd @ Rollins Saint Leo Florida Southern St. Thomas @ Florida Tech Eckerd Rollins @ Saint Leo Florida Tech @ Florida Southern @ St. Thomas vs. Florida Tech (SSC) vs. Rollins (SSC) @Florida Southern (SSC) vs. Alabama A&M (NCAA) vs. West Georgia (NCAA)

W, 91­69 W, 85­40 W, 80­77 W, 82­75 W, 100­80 W, 97­61 W, 121­75 L, 68­60 L, 79­48 W, 106­79 W, 67­62 W, 89­63 W, 73­54 W, 85­56 W, 111­76 W, 96­83 L, 71­70 W, 90­62 W, 73­71 W, 85­79 W, 91­71 W, 91­67 W, 45­39 W, 81­55 W, 99­72 L, 74­68 W, 77­76 W, 96­86 W, 66­55 L, 70­66 W, 92­76 L, 81­73

1985­86 (22­8)

11/23 11/25 11/27 11/30 12/2 12/4 12/12 12/14 12/19 12/27 12/28 12/29 1/2 1/6 1/8 1/11 1/18 1/22 1/25 1/29 2/1 2/8 2/12 2/15 2/19 2/22 2/24 2/28 3/7 3/8

@ Florida State L, 86­62 Concordia W, 99­78 Edward Waters W, 111­60 Nova Southeastern W, 93­59 @ North Carolina State L, 88­64 Florida Memorial W, 73­52 Urbana W, 78­63 Flagler W, 85­56 Cedarville W, 99­72 Iowa L, 54­45 Oregon W, 72­61 Kansas State L, 69­68 (ot) Barry W, 73­55 Pfeiffer W, 73­65 @ Florida Tech W, 67­60 St. Thomas W, 83­62 @ Eckerd W, 68­64 @ Saint Leo W, 63­56 Florida Southern W, 68­66 @ Rollins W, 72­58 @ St. Thomas W, 84­80 Florida Tech W, 88­72 Eckerd W, 79­62 Saint Leo W, 59­49 @ Florida Southern L, 76­72 Rollins W, 60­58 @ South Florida L, 69­57 vs. Saint Leo (SSC) L, 72­69 vs. Alabama A&M (NCAA) W, 76­69 vs. Florida Southern (NCAA) L, 67­57

1984­85 (23­8) 11/24 11/26 11/30 12/1 12/5 12/8 12/14 12/17 12/19 12/21 1/3 1/5 1/7 1/12 1/16 1/19

Purdue @ Florida State Richmond Loyola Edward Waters Barry Nova Southeastern @ Louisville Baldwin­Wallace Franklin Augustana Liberty Baptist Purdue­Calumet Florida Memorial Florida Tech @ St. Thomas

L, 76­72 L, 89­52 L, 68­59 L, 73­59 W, 102­56 W, 107­56 W, 85­66 L, 87­55 W, 86­79 W, 72­65 W, 74­42 W, 76­55 W, 78­62 W, 80­64 W, 94­76 W, 78­77

1987­88 (24­8) 11/27 11/30 12/2 12/4 12/5 12/12 12/19 12/21 12/23 1/2 1/4 1/6 1/7 1/9 1/11 1/13 1/16 1/23 1/27 2/3

Edward Waters @ South Florida @ North Carolina State Nova Southeastern North Central Barry Philadelphia Textile Illinois Wesleyan Dyke Siena Heights New Hampshire CW Post Wesley Florida Memorial Caldwell @ St. Thomas Rollins Eckerd Saint Leo @ Rollins

W, 116­82 W, 79­71 L, 85­60 W, 86­64 W, 97­70 W, 89­66 W, 76­50 W, 88­74 W, 96­84 W, 84­63 W, 97­58 W, 91­69 W, 112­62 W, 100­61 W, 125­59 W, 84­62 L, 77­75 (ot) W, 84­72 W, 68­53 W, 99­80

The 1984-85 teamregistered the program’s first Sunshine State Conference championship.

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Year-by-Year Results 1/21 1/26 1/30 2/2 2/4 2/6 2/9 2/16 2/20 2/23 2/25 3/1 3/2 3/7 3/8

@ Florida International W, 75­69 Eckerd W, 71­67 Saint Leo W, 73­54 @ Florida Southern L, 74­71 (ot) @ Rollins W, 83­67 Rollins W, 93­66 St. Thomas W, 74­60 @ Florida Tech W, 77­59 @ Eckerd W, 70­61 @ Saint Leo W, 72­60 Florida Southern L, 69­55 vs. Eckerd (SSC) W, 74­56 @ Florida Southern (SSC) W, 57­52 vs. Florida Southern (NCAA) W, 79­65 vs. Jacksonville St. (NCAA) L, 76­61

1983­84 (20­11) 11/18 11/22 11/28 12/3 12/5 12/7 12/10 12/19 12/21 12/28 12/30 1/2 1/4 1/7 1/10 1/13 1/20 1/23 1/27 1/31 2/2 2/10 2/13 2/15 2/17 2/18 2/20 2/24 2/25 3/8 3/9

Nova Southeastern Flagler @ Florida State @ Tulane @ Southeastern Louisiana Urbana @ Purdue Florida International Wooster Wayne State Northwestern Saint Leo Muhlenberg Indiana Central @ Florida Tech @ Saint Leo Central Florida Eckerd Rollins @ Florida Southern Florida Tech St. Thomas @ Central Florida @ Eckerd @ St. Thomas @ Rollins Florida Southern vs. Florida Southern (SSC) vs. Central Florida (SSC) vs. West Georgia (NCAA) vs. Albany State (NCAA)

W, 74­59 W, 80­69 L, 83­70 L, 64­60 L, 59­52 W, 61­60 L, 106­50 W, 55­54 W, 72­53 W, 67­62 L, 49­34 W, 67­52 W, 76­52 W, 79­77 W, 106­79 W, 97­86 W, 64­59 W, 74­72 W, 78­54 L, 76­69 W, 89­59 L, 65­61 L, 72­62 W, 75­71 W, 48­46 L, 64­51 L, 49­48 W, 57­55 W, 53­52 L, 64­63 W, 87­77

The Dana Kirk Years 1967­71, 68­59 (.535) 1970­71 (8­17) 12/1 12/4 12/7 12/10 12/18 12/20 12/27 12/30 1/5 1/11 1/16 1/20 1/22 1/25 1/27 1/29 1/30 2/1 2/3 2/10 2/14 2/19

Florida A&M Valdosta State Florida Southern Saint Leo @ Maryland @ Florida A&M Lafayette Loyola @ Rollins Georgia Southern @ Saint Leo Citadel Rollins Southern Louisiana Tennessee­Chattanooga @ South Alabama @ Samford @ Georgia Southern @ Valdosta State @ Eckerd Virginia Tech South Alabama

W, 90­76 W, 109­89 L, 86­74 W, 68­65 L, 80­72 L, 86­83 L, 85­83 L, 94­70 L, 100­91 W, 89­77 L, 71­70 W, 77­76 L, 85­77 L, 86­81 W, 95­86 L, 91­71 L, 101­89 L, 87­69 L, 80­63 W, 105­87 L, 82­75 W, 80­72

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Tulane @ Dayton @ Georgia Tech

L, 93­82 L, 90­65 L, 99­72

1969­70 (18­9) 12/2 12/5 12/10 12/12 12/14 12/18 12/22 12/27 1/5 1/8 1/10 1/15 1/19 1/22 1/26 1/28 1/31 2/2 2/5 2/9 2/12 2/16 2/18 2/21 2/24 2/28 3/3

Loyola Tulane Biscayne West Chester State East Carolina Boston University Valdosta State Georgetown (Ky.) Baptist Stetson Augusta Eckerd Samford Rhode Island Rollins Iona South Alabama Armstrong State Florida Southern Stetson Armstrong State Augusta Dayton South Alabama Biscayne Valdosta State Rollins

L, 91­86 L, 91­65 W, 88­87 W, 92­73 W, 89­78 W, 109­96 L, 86­72 W, 82­81 W, 80­65 L, 101­78 W, 81­90 W, 62­45 W, 92­90 W, 94­79 W, 101­79 W, 98­73 L, 102­100 W, 83­76 W, 97­89 W, 102­92 W, 80­72 L, 107­79 L, 88­62 W, 96­94 L, 79­77 W, 69­67 L, 92­91

1968­69 (15­10) 12/3 12/6 12/10 12/15 12/17 12/21 12/26 12/28 1/6 1/9 1/11 1/14 1/16 1/19 1/23 1/26 1/28 1/30 2/2 2/8 2/13 2/16 2/22 2/25 2/28

Augusta Valdosta State Biscayne South Alabama Florida A&M Florida A&M Tennessee Georgia Tech Taylor Miami (Fla.) Valdosta State Bellarmine Augusta Armstrong State Georgia Southern Rollins Stetson Florida Southern Armstrong State Samford South Alabama Miami (Fla.) Rollins Florida Southern Stetson

W, 88­66 W, 77­69 W, 104­81 W, 85­76 W, 87­81 W, 88­86 L, 53­51 L, 98­77 W, 92­67 W, 62­61 W, 91­68 L, 85­74 L, 80­65 W, 78­74 L, 86­80 W, 87­81 L, 92­69 W, 79­67 W, 96­80 W, 81­79 L, 69­65 L, 95­79 L, 95­78 W, 72­68 L, 98­75

1967­68 (15­9) 12/1 12/2 12/7 12/9 12/11 12/12 12/15 12/20 1/4 1/6 1/8 1/10 1/13

Translyvania @ Louisiana State Eckerd Mount Union @ Biscayne @ Miami (Fla.) Eastern Kentucky Yale Biscayne Rollins Valdosta State Miami (Fla.) @ Rollins

W, 79­64 L, 97­81 W, 94­90 W, 80­70 W, 101­77 L, 104­103 L, 95­89 L, 82­66 W, 95­69 W, 74­71 W, 62­61 W, 78­76 L, 66­65

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1/17 1/27 1/29 1/31 2/2 2/8 2/13 2/15 2/20 2/24 2/26

Florida A&M Mercer @ Stetson Florida Southern Samford @ Stetson Southern Mississippi @ Augusta @ Mercer @ Florida Southern @ Valdosta State

L, 116­115 L, 80­79 W, 120­96 W, 72­61 W, 86­63 W, 85­74 W, 97­81 L, 83­66 W, 81­65 W, 95­77 L, 57­56

1966­67 (12­14) 12/1 12/3 12/7 12/10 12/12 12/13 12/15 12/29 12/30 1/11 1/16 1/24 1/26 1/28 1/30 1/31 2/1 2/7 2/9 2/15 2/18 2/21 2/25 2/27 3/1 3/3

Miami (Fla.) Louisiana State Rollins @ Western Kentucky @ Xavier @ Louisville @ Dayton Jacksonville State Taylor @ Stetson @ Miami (Fla.) UNC­Charlotte @ Rollins Mercer @ Florida State @ Valdosta State @ Mercer @ Florida Southern Stetson @ Eckerd Augusta Florida Southern Valdosta State Florida State Tennessee Wesleyan Biscayne

L, 72­63 L, 74­72 W, 83­78 L, 123­57 L, 87­39 L, 107­55 L, 111­64 L, 107­92 L, 103­84 W, 75­74 L, 97­86 W, 77­58 W, 97­72 W, 93­79 L, 109­72 L, 83­70 L, 74­73 W, 80­76 W, 66­73 L, 97­92 W, 86­73 W, 91­73 W, 67­63 L, 87­84 W, 71­70 W, 78­54

The Bob Lovoy Years 1958­66, 71­139 (.338) 1965­66 (7­18) 12/1 12/5 12/8 12/11 12/14 12/16 12/20 1/3 1/6 1/8 1/14 1/17 1/21 1/26 1/30 2/2 2/5 2/7 2/10 2/14 2/17 2/20 2/22 2/25 2/27

Miami (Fla.) Valdosta State Florida State Rollins Georgia Southern Georgia State Augusta Rollins Stetson Jacksonville Georgia Southern Stetson Miami (Fla.) Millsaps Southern Mississippi Loyola Florida Southern Mercer Florida Southern Mercer Georgia State Jacksonville Eckerd Valdosta State Florida State

L, 120­91 L, 99­80 L, 121­57 W, 91­82 L, 63­57 W, 107­68 W, 86­76 L, 64­53 L, 62­59 W, 88­81 L, 118­91 L, 87­70 L, 83­71 W, 84­75 L, 101­84 L, 90­67 W, 91­71 L, 83­75 L, 95­88 L, 79­70 W, 79­71 L, 82­73 L, 94­82 L, 102­84 L, 99­70

1964­65 (11­14) 12/5 12/8 12/9

Miami (Fla.) Florida Southern Catawba

L, 136­119 W, 91­71 L, 118­83


Year-by-Year Results 12/14 12/15 12/17 12/28 1/5 1/10 1/12 1/13 1/18 1/21 1/23 1/28 2/1 2/4 2/5 2/8 2/11 2/15 2/17 2/20 2/24 2/27

Charleston UNC­Charlotte UNC­Asheville Georgetown (Ky.) Stetson Rollins Augusta Jacksonville Stetson Georgia Southern Rollins Jacksonville UNC­Asheville Georgia Southern Mercer Georgia State Miami (Fla.) Loyola Eckerd Florida State Florida Southern Mercer

W, 86­83 W, 83­82 L, 109­87 L, 88­70 L, 96­89 W, 81­77 W, 79­75 L, 107­87 L, 88­78 L, 94­76 W, 102­85 W, 90­82 W, 96­86 L, 119­95 L, 91­89 W, 75­65 L, 141­110 W, 114­91 W, 103­82 L, 71­64 L, 95­88 L, 76­75

1963­64 (2­24) 12/3 12/7 12/9 12/11 12/17 12/18 12/21 1/2 1/11 1/13 1/15 1/18 1/22 1/25 1/29 2/1 2/3 2/6 2/8 2/10 2/14 2/17 2/19 2/22 2/25 2/27

@ Miami (Fla.) Georgia Southern Florida Southern @ Florida Tennessee Wesleyan Catawba @ Florida State Taylor @ Georgia Southern @ Jacksonville @ Rollins Eckerd Cumberland Mercer Miami (Fla.) @ Southern Mississippi @ Loyola @ Kentucky Wesleyan @ West Kentucky State @ Tennessee Tech Jacksonville Rollins Stetson @ Mercer @ Stetson @ Florida Southern

L, 101­95 L, 101­95 L, 93­88 L, 108­75 L, 98­77 L, 113­88 L, 107­61 L, 105­66 L, 98­77 L, 95­70 L, 66­60 W, 77­62 L, 89­82 L, 76­71 L, 134­104 L, 114­82 L, 99­53 L, 119­59 L, 126­79 L, 98­73 L, 89­88 W, 99­88 L, 95­93 L, 95­79 L, 117­96 L, 111­102

1962­63 (9­15) 12/3 12/8 12/11 12/15 12/17 12/22 12/29 1/6 1/10 1/13 1/18 1/22 1/24 1/27 2/1 2/4 2/6 2/10 2/15 2/18 2/22 2/24 2/28

Florida State Florida State Florida Southern Florida Southern Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Rollins Rollins Stetson Stetson Jacksonville Jacksonville Mercer Mercer Miami (Fla.) Miami (Fla.) Tennessee Tech Southern Mississippi Howard Wheaton Marquette Western Michigan Marshall

L, 90­62 L, 80­58 L, 98­87 L, 75­74 L, 91­84 W, 69­68 W, 79­66 W, 87­70 L, 72­65 W, 71­62 W, 72­64 L, 79­75 W, 53­45 W, 71­62 L, 78­76 L, 112­91 L, 90­79 W, 96­74 W, 90­81 L, 76­66 L, 82­60 L, 106­90 L, 100­88

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Loyola

L, 63­58

1961­62 (14­11) 12/4 12/9 12/11 12/13 12/16 12/18 1/4 1/6 1/8 1/11 1/13 1/16 1/19 1/26 1/29 2/2 2/3 2/6 2/8 2/10 2/12 2/17 2/21 2/24 2/26

Jacksonville Georgia Southern William Carey Georgetown (Ky.) Howard Union Stetson Transylvania Florida Southern Georgia Southern Mercer Mercer Jacksonville Miami (Fla.) Kentucky Wesleyan Louisville Loyola William Carey Southern Mississippi Florida State Miami (Fla.) Stetson Rollins Florida Southern Florida State

W, 112­104 W, 103­97 W, 105­91 W, 95­82 W, 103­87 W, 114­77 L, 54­49 L, 115­91 L, 96­67 W, 72­60 W, 91­77 W, 76­64 L, 133­102 W, 113­95 L, 104­88 L, 118­67 L, 106­78 W, 82­74 L, 107­77 L, 91­71 L, 96­81 W, 78­70 W, 101­82 W, 80­77 L, 123­92

1960­61 (11­17) 12/2 12/4 12/7 12/11 12/16 12/21 1/4 1/10 1/12 1/15 1/19 1/22 1/24 1/27 1/29 1/30 2/1 2/4 2/10 2/12 2/14 2/16 2/19 2/21 2/22 2/25 2/27 2/28

Florida State Miami (Fla.) Georgia Southern Mercer Lincoln Wofford Stetson Stetson Georgia Southern Florida Southern William Carey Jacksonville Rollins St. Peter’s Centenary Louisville Wheaton Bradley Drake DePaul Loyola Jacksonville Miami (Fla.) Rollins Stetson Florida State Florida Southern Oglethorpe

L, 88­60 L, 93­64 L, 94­79 L, 85­82 W, 100­62 W, 86­79 L, 95­86 L, 78­67 L, 91­83 W, 79­65 W, 96­78 W, 67­64 W, 94­75 W, 74­73 L, 94­83 L, 103­74 W, 91­89 L, 111­84 L, 111­73 L, 101­68 L, 68­55 W, 101­81 L, 107­99 W, 88­65 L, 76­61 L, 116­95 W, 76­66 L, 82­65

1959­60 (8­18) 12/2 12/5 12/10 12/11 12/12 12/15 12/19 1/7 1/9 1/11 1/14 1/19 1/21 1/23

@ Florida @ Miami (Fla.) vs. Delta State vs. Florence State vs. Newberry Wheaton Morris Harvey Stetson Transvlvania @ Florida Southern @ Florida State Georgia Southern Rollins St. Peter’s

L, 76­63 L, 98­65 L, 71­65 W, 81­70 L, 87­65 L, 79­50 L, 98­87 L, 88­79 L, 95­85 L, 94­92 L, 72­67 L, 77­75 W, 54­51 W, 66­48

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@ Georgia Southern Florida State Miami (Fla.) @ Jacksonville @ Stetson Jacksonville @ Spring Hill @ Southern Mississippi @ Loyola Florida Southern Georgia Southern Stetson

L, 102­76 W, 83­68 L, 74­73 L, 80­64 W, 80­79 W, 90­77 L, 60­59 L, 98­73 L, 81­65 W, 78­53 W, 69­68 L, 85­71

1958­59 (9­22) 12/1 12/4 12/6 12/10 12/13 12/18 12/20 12/23 1/3 1/5 1/8 1/11 1/13 1/16 1/18 1/22 1/27 1/31 2/1 2/5 2/8 2/11 2/13 2/15 2/19 2/21 2/24 2/26 2/27 3/1 3/3

Bartow AFB Stetson Rollins Miami (Fla.) Spring Hill Florida Southern Memphis State Catawba Western Carolina Rollins Jacksonville Toronto Southern Mississippi Jacksonville Stetson Mercer Bartow AFB Rollins Stetson Rollins Western Kentucky Miami (Fla.) Memphis State Arkansas State Louisville Western Kentucky Arkansas State Loyola Morehead State Florida Southern Stetson

W, 69­40 L, 71­63 W, 91­82 L, 113­71 L, 67­56 L, 78­64 L, 101­63 W, 68­63 L, 74­58 L, 65­64 L, 71­59 W, 75­54 L, 87­79 W, 83­78 L, 65­58 W, 74­70 W, 74­50 W, 67­66 L, 94­80 L, 83­77 L, 83­64 L, 86­84 L, 95­65 L, 77­52 L, 96­56 L, 89­57 W, 78­60 L, 99­72 L, 117­86 L, 84­71 L, 89­73

The Gene Biitner Years 1955­58, 23­51 (.311) 1957­58 (6­20) 12/5 12/7 12/10 12/12 12/14 12/16 12/21 12/28 12/30 1/5 1/9 1/10 1/11 1/13 1/16 1/18 1/20 1/23 1/26 1/31 2/5 2/7 2/10 2/21

Bartow AFB Miami (Fla.) Florida Southern Florida State Western Carolina Rollins Stetson Kentucky Wesleyan Spring Hill Tulane Loyola Jacksonville William Carey Pikeville Transylvania Morehead State Morris Harvey Bartow AFB Miami (Fla.) Florida Southern Florida State Rollins Stetson Kentucky Wesleyan

W, 68­63 L, 69­67 L, 99­70 L, 72­53 W, 72­70 L, 67­59 L, 91­73 L, 92­66 L, 70­69 L, 87­60 L, 92­53 W, 75­70 L, 83­69 L, 114­85 L, 99­85 L, 89­64 L, 89­67 W, 64­56 L, 90­84 L, 83­79 W, 79­56 L, 71­68 L, 79­78 L, 117­67


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Loyola Jacksonville

L, 75­55 W, 79­73

1956­57 (6­19) 12/2 Rollins 12/4 Florida 12/7 Florida Southern 12/12 Miami (Fla.) 12/14 Georgia Southern 12/18 Stetson 12/21 Florida Southern 12/30 Rollins 1/2 Florida Southern 1/7 Valdosta State 1/10 Stetson 1/15 Kentucky Wesleyan 1/19 Florida State 1/23 Spring Hill 1/28 Miami (Fla.) 1/30 Mississippi State 2/2 Mercer 2/7 Valdosta State 2/11 Mercer 2/14 Georgia Southern 2/18 Florida State 2/20 Bartow AFB 2/23 Hampton­Sydney 2/25 St. Michael’s 2/27 Moravian

L, 95­66 L, 93­65 L, 93­67 L, 97­84 W, 77­72 L, 99­68 L, 93­67 L, 68­53 L, 94­72 W, 117­61 L, 57­37 L, 69­61 L, 84­66 L, 79­69 L, 78­77 L, 113­78 W, 96­61 W, 90­61 W, 82­79 L, 80­69 L, 88­57 W, 51­41 L, 61­57 l, 89­64 L, 100­69

1955­56 (11­12) 11/28 12/1 12/6 12/8 12/12 12/13 12/19 1/6 1/7 1/14 1/17 1/20 1/22 1/24 2/1 2/2 2/4 2/6 2/7 2/10 2/11

Charleston Navy Bartow AFB Miami (Fla.) Florida Southern Florida Florida State Western Carolina Rollins Stetson Mississippi College Rollins Florida Southern Stetson Valdosta State Mississippi State Mississippi College Troy State Valdosta State Florida State Troy State Miami (Fla.)

W, 82­72 W, 80­62 L, 96­59 W, 90­83 L, 110­62 L, 89­67 W, 99­97 W, 70­66 L, 76­90 W, 72­71 L, 83­71 W, 68­65 L, 97­78 W, 86­77 L, 89­64 L, 107­87 L, 101­74 W, 83­64 L, 88­73 W, 73­54 L, 94­74

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Erskine Georgia Southern

W, 89­84 L, 90­63

The Sam Bailey Years 1951­55, 45­66 (.405) 1954­55 (2­18) 12/1 12/6 12/9 12/11 12/15 12/20 12/23 1/6 1/8 1/11 1/13 1/18 1/21 1/26 2/4 2/10 2/15 2/19 2/25 3/4

Bartow AFB Florida Southern Georgia Southern Florida Florida State Pinecastle AFB Rollins Florida State Miami (Ohio) Florida Southern Miami (Fla.) Stetson Georgia Southern Mercer Troy State Troy State Pittsburgh Stetson Miami (Fla.) Rollins

L, 50­40 L, 67­57 L, 82­60 L, 68­61 L, 90­62 L, 65­49 L, 75­62 L, 96­61 L, 81­65 W, 59­56 L, 108­76 W, 89­78 L, 108­55 L, 110­70 L, 76­70 L, 77­72 L, 92­52 L, 75­59 L, 105­89 L, 92­81

1953­54 (6­13) 12/1 12/6 12/10 12/18 12/23 1/6 1/9 1/13 1/18 1/26 1/30 2/2 2/4 2/8 2/13 2/17 2/20 2/25 2/28

MacDill AFB Bartow AFB Rollins Florida Southern Howard Florida Loyola Southeastern Louisiana Florida State Havana Florida State Florida Southern MacDill AFB Maryland Mercer Miami (Fla.) Rollins Stetson Miami (Fla,)

L, 67­66 W, 59­53 L, 53­51 L, 55­52 W, 86­71 L, 89­65 L, 77­57 L, 90­64 L, 74­58 W, 114­65 L, 72­63 L, 66­64 W, 96­44 L, 61­51 W, 81­70 L. 69­65 L, 81­70 W, 69­59 L, 67­59

12/9 12/11 12/15 12/18 12/22 12/29 1/4 1/11 1/14 1/19 1/21 1/26 1/28 2/1 2/7 2/12 2/16 2/21 2/26

MacDill AFB Florida Southern Missouri Central Columbia Louisville Georgia Tech Loyola Stetson Florida State Miami (Fla.) Stetson Western Kentucky Western Kentucky Murray State Tennesee Tech Florida Southern Florida State Rollins Miami (Fla.)

W, 50­45 L, 59­49 W, 77­59 L, 89­51 L, 76­63 W, 64­58 W, 77­70 L, 86­75 W, 77­73 W, 72­64 L, 71­65 L, 104­58 L, 104­56 L, 79­62 L, 106­67 W, 77­61 L, 83­74 W, 76­74 W, 86­84

1951­52 (11­15) 12/2 12/7 12/12 12/14 12/21 12/23 1/4 1/8 1/11 1/14 1/18 1/20 1/23 1/27 1/29 2/2 2/5 2/9 2/11 2/14 2/16 2/19 2/21 2/23 2/25 2/27

Florida Southern Sanford Navy Culver­Stockton Southern Mississippi Nebraska Pennsylvania Yale Bartow AFB Furman Stetson Rollins Florida State Miami (Fla.) Rollins Western Kentucky Eastern Kentucky Xavier Western Kentucky Louisville Florida State Florida Southern Miami (Fla.) Stetson Stetson Florida State Hamlin

W, 68­46 W, 103­55 W, 62­55 L, 91­90 W, 81­76 W, 84­83 L, 80­63 W, 69­47 L, 73­70 L, 85­81 W, 67­65 L, 72­66 L, 87­61 W, 83­71 L, 82­77 L, 121­69 L, 83­77 L, 79­70 L, 100­55 L, 79­60 W, 71­55 L, 87­78 L, 73­63 W, 79­64 W, 78­57 L, 91­65

1950­51 (16­9) 1952­53 (10­11) 12/1 12/6

MacDill AFB Rollins

W, 90­72 L, 79­71

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Villanova Hartwick Louisville Bowling Green Western Kentucky Yale Dartmouth Patrick AFB Florida Southern Louisville Miami (Fla.) Florida State Florida Rollins Florida State Western Kentucky Stetson Georgia Florida Rollins Florida Southern Miami (Fla.) Stetson Georgia Southern Stetson

L, 90­63 L, 69­62 L, 87­74 L, 75­70 L, 103­70 W, 72­54 W, 52­50 W, 120­22 W, 54­40 L, 89­74 W, 77­75 L, 80­69 W, 51­49 W, 105­74 W, 76­66 W, 67­64 L, 69­67 W, 64­56 W, 70­56 W, 65­55 W, 66­46 W, 94­74 W, 82­65 L, 75­71 W, 93­87


UT Men’s Basketball Alumni

A Abreu, Arnaldo Amendola, Ted Amos, Jason Anais, Andres Anders, Jay Anders, Joe Andrews, Charles Aplin, Greg Arigo, John Atkins, Wendell

2008­09 2009­Present 2000­04 1994­95 1964­65 2002­06 1963­65 1983­85 1997­2000 1954­55

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D

B Baker, Jason 2006­08 Bailey, Andrew 1984­88 Bailey, J.O. 1994­96 Baker, Steve 1988­90 Ball, Johnathan 2005­09 Barfield, Stefon 2010­Present Beattie, Jason 1996­97 Benzegala, Mounir 2007­10 Bernstein, Howie 1954­56 Bhegani, Terrance 1999­2000 Black, Jeremy 2004­08 Boate, Ken 1955­56 Bolin, Andy 1997­99 Borders, Mark 2003­06 Boehringer, Blake 2004­06 Bosworth, Bill 1954­55 Bott, Gregg 1991­95 Boyt, Don 1961­64 Bradley, Marshall 1967­68 Bradley, Rudy 1967­68 Bright, Marcus 2004­06 Brookes, Bill 1955­56 Brooks, Marty 1954­55 Brooks, Rod 1990­1994 Brown, Jon 1998­02 Brown, Roscoe 1985­90 Bryan, Bobby 1954­56 Bryan, Sylvere 1998­02 Burke, Richard 1963­64 Burnett, Roderick 1983­85 Byrd, Kevin 2003­06 Byrne, Pete 2008­Present

C Cairnes, Wiley Calixte, Stanley Callaway, Rashad Cardinale, Joe Carkhuff, Ron

Cason, Alan Chambers, Devon Chapin, Josh Chaykowsky, Nick Clark, Richard Cohen, Craig Connatser, Bobby Cooper, Michael Cooke, George Cowan, Ramon Cruishank, Pete

1955­56 2007­09 2007­Present 1955­56 1993­94

Dabney, Emory Dangerfield, Jemal Daniels, Truman Davis, A.J. DeFeo, Dylan Delaney, David Deveaux, DeCarlo Deveaux, Drexel DiBuono, Tony Dillard, Matt Dopwell, Karel Drumm, Connor

2004­05 1990­91 1996­2000 2006­08 2008­Present 1995­96 1990­94 1987­91 1994­98 1996­98 1988­91 2006­07

E Edwards, Javon Edwards, Travis Engelking, Chuck Evans, Chris

2007­10 1992­95 1961­62 2004­08

F Farquharson, Edmund 1993­97 Fayman, Irving 2009­Present Fountas, Spiridon 1993­95 Franklin, Kenny 1994­96 Freeman, Gecarri 1998­02 Fuller, Dave 1963­64 Funk, Charlie 1963­64

G Gaddis, Danny Galmin, Jim Gedeon, Ralph Gow, DeVaughn Gourdine, George Graham, Ashton Graham, Billy Gregory, Will Griffis, Anthony

2001­03 1963­64 1998 2004­08 2001­02 2009­Present 1961­62 2000­02 2010­Present

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Guzielek, Fred

1955­56

H Hanna, Junior 1992­95 Harmon, Justin 2008­09 Harrington, Marty 2002­04 Harrington, William 1985­87 Harriott, Kenan 2005­06 Harris, Jerrel 2009­Present Harrold, Lawrence 1991­93 Hawk, Charlie 1967­68 Hawkins, Alex 2006­07 Hemminger, Jim 1957­58 Henley, Lester 1967­68 Henry, Chris 1986­90 Hernandez, Bryan 2002­04 Howard, Peter 1998­02 Hunter, Glyn 2006­Present Hurley, Dan 1984­88 Hurwitz, Adam 1987­89

I Ingersoll, Ray Inghram, Bruce Irvin, Mike

1987­91 1983 1963­65

J Jackson, Joe James, Jeff Janasik, Dave Jarczynski, Chuck Jean, Rudy Johnsom, Roy Johnson, Val Johnston, Nate Jones, John Jones, Maurice

1999­2001 2006­07 1954­55 1954­55 2007­Present 1967­68 1963­64 1984­88 1983­87 1985­87

K Karl, Joe Kelly, Osby Kelly, Leonard Kessler, Gary Kidd, Ryan King, Chris Klimkoski, Matt Kosiba, Cory

1988­92 2008­Present 2000­02 1961­62 2010­Present 2004­08 2003­05 1989­94

L LaBruno, Anthony

2008­10


UT Men’s Basketball Alumni Larry, Reggie Lee, Derrick Lewis, Fred Lewis, Fred Linder, Todd Linton, Donn Lundy, T.J.

1991­95 1990 1987 2010­Present 1983­87 1964­65 2006­07

M Mackey, Tariq 2010­Present Maginness, Eric 1983­84 Makinson, Ronald 1963­64 Mallis, Harvey 1961­62 Mallory, Don 1995­98 Maloney, Peter 1997­2000 Martino, Mike 1963­64 Mascio, Scott 2004­08 Mateer, Craig 1983 Mays, Idris 1991­95 Mazliach, Avi 1995­98 McClinton, Larry 2002 McCloud, Anthony 1994­95 McKinney, Bruce 1991­93 McKinnon, Pete 1964­65 McLaughlin, John 1963­64 McNamara, Danny 2001­03 McNamara, John 1960­61 McNichols, Steve 1996­99 Mereus, James 1999­04 Miller, Al 1983­85 Montz, George 1954­55 Moore, Jeffrey 2006­07 Moraes, Eric 2010­Present Morrison, Marcus 2008­10 Morse, Mike 1983­86 Murawski, Mike 1987­91

N Ngounou, Achille Nordland, Chris Norris, Jon Norton, Thomas

2002­04 1996­98 2000­04 1989­91

O O’Bresly, Lou O’Neal, Johnny Olson, Doug Orlov, Denis

1954­55 1954­55 1984­88 2002­04

P Palmieri, Patrick

1994­96

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Parker, Matt 1995­99 Peeples, Gene 1954­56 Pellegrino, John 1961­64 Pelot, Corey 2008­Present Pezzullo, Matt 2005­07 Piazza, Elijah 2000­02 Piniella, Lou 1961­62 Pitoulis, Alexandros2010­Present Pizzano, Joe 1964­65 Plum, Dick 1961­62 Pooley, John 1964­65 Powell, Chuckie 1997­01 Price, Yon 1996­97 Purdy, Ken 1961­62

Stiglich, Michael Stone, Ron Streff, Matt Swigert, Bob

R

V

Raniewicz, Joe 1997­98 Rankin, Haymond 2009­Present Rawlins, Dane 2010­Present Redmond, Brad 1991­92 Reid, Anthony 1983­84 Ritchie, Brian 1967­68 Rodriguez, Rich 1999­00 Rouse, Mike 1990­93 Rubino, Gene 1961­62 Rupp, Terry 1986­89 Russell, Leighton 2003­05

Vallenga, Robert

S Saferstein, Al Salmon, Jermaine Sargeant, Rob Sawney, Moses Saunders, Darius Schell, Ben Schintzius, Travis Schmidt, Steven Shary, George Shave, Josh Sheppard, Mike Sileno, John Simmons, Bruce Smith, Chuck Smith, Doug Sparling, Ed Sprietsma, Chuck Solomon, Less Stanley, Roger Starnes, Kevin Stevens, Bob Stevenson, Jim Stigall, Ken

1954­55 2006­08 2001­04 1983­87 1987 1983­86 1991­92 1987­91 1961­65 2002­06 1995­96 1967­68 1967­68 1955­56 1967­68 1955­56 1967­68 1955­56 1983 1987­91 1967­68 1963­65 1966­67

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1987­90 1967­68 1989­93 1957­58

T Thompson, Tamari 1994­98 Thorson, Shane 2004­06 Thrift, Bill 1954­55 Tomaszewski, Matt 2007­09 Townsend, Callum 2009­Present Toratti, Ted 1985­86 Tumas, Ben 2009­Present

1964­65

W Wade, Larry 2003­05 Wagers, Larry 1961­62 Weston, Tony 1985 Wheeler, Bob 1963­64 White, Percy 1999­2001 White, Ron 1961­62 Wieneke, Paul 1983­85 Wilks, Walt 1964­65 Williams, Bryan 1987­91 Williams, Earnest 2000­04 Williams, Mac 1954­55 Williams, Randy 1983­85 Winfrey, Remon 1995­96 Wingenbach, Jason 1996­2000 Winkley, Mike 1995­96 Wintherton, Don 1967­68 Woods, Fred 2008­Present

Y Yarn, Tim Young, Steven

2002­03 2005­07

Z Zimbler, Steve Zorn, Jeff

1955­56 1995­97


UT National Championships

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The University of Tampa's athletic history includes a total of 12 national championships at the NCAA II level. The Spartans have captured titles in baseball (five), golf (two), men's soccer (three), women’s soccer (one) and volleyball (one).

2007 Women’s Soccer

2007 Baseball

2006 Volleyball

2006 Baseball

2001 Men’s Soccer

1998 Baseball

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UT National Championships

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1994 Men’s Soccer

1993 Baseball

1992 Baseball

1988 Golf

1987 Golf

1981 Men’s Soccer

Tampa SSC Championships (70 total) Baseball (13) ­ 1987, 1989, 1993, 1997­98, 2000­03, 2006­08, 2010 Men’s Basketball (eight) ­ 1984­86, 1988­90, 1992­94, 1997­98, 2001­02 Women’s Basketball (four) ­ 1993­94, 2002­03, 2008­10 Women’s Cross Country (eight) ­ 1988, 2002­05, 2007­09 Men’s Soccer (14) ­ 1982­84, 1986­87, 1989­90, 1992, 1994­97, 2001, 2010 Women’s Soccer (three) ­ 2005­07 Softball (one) ­ 2001 Volleyball (19) ­ 1983, 1985, 1987­88, 1991­92, 1996­2003, 2005­09

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UT Athletic Hall of Fame

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The University of Tampa Athletic Hall of Fame was established as a way to aid the athletic department, its players, and teams through sponsorship of banquets and improvement of dressing, training, practice, and playing facilities. The hopes were that the existence of the Hall would encourage and motivate exemplary contributors, players, and coaches to exceed prior accomplishments. Several of the Hall members’ accomplishments since leaving the university include: four World Series rings, one World Series win­ ning manager, an Olympic Gold Medal, six Super Bowl rings by three different players, a number one NFL draft selection, 18 players drafted or started in the NFL, a three­time Wimbledon tennis player, two major college football All­Americans, one Heisman Trophy nominee, a PGA Rookie of the Year, one NBA veteran, one World Cup soccer player and two alumni coaches who have guided UT teams to national championships. Four former Spartan head football coaches have been voted into the National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame. The University of Tampa Hall of Fame, which began in 1962, now includes 156 members. ’36 ’62 ’55 ’52 ’47 ’51 ’51 ’64 ’62 ’55 ’39 ’65 ’49 ’55 ’36 ’50 ’65 ’66 ’52 ’59 ’37 ’66 ’41 ’67 ’55 ’52 ’36 ’67 ’59 ’68 ’47 ’58 ’68 ’36 ’55 ’69 ’36 ’51 ’60 ’70 ’56 ’41 ’65 ’71 ’62 ’54 ’62 ’68 ’48 ’56 ’72 ’73 ’69 ’41 ’36 ’74

(F) (C) (F) (BK) (F) (F) (BK) (C) (C) (F) (F) (C) (F) (F) (F) (CR) (C) (C) (F) (F) (BK) (C) (F) (C) (F) (F) (F) (C) (BK) (C) (B) (F) (C) (F) (F) (C) (F) (BK) (F) (C) (F) (T) (F) (C) (B (F) (F) (F) (B) (F) (C) (C) (F) (F) (F) (C)

William Godwin Nash Higgins William Minahan George Montz Paul Straub Holland Aplin Harry Bryan Crockett Farnell George Howell Robert Lovely Al Yorkunas Miller K. Adams Jerry Jackson Tom Mahin Gus Muench Bill Stalnaker George Strauss Sam Bailey Vince Chicko Lowell Freeman Edwin Means Eddie Rouleau Joe Champ Williams Dr. James Estes Ted Green Fred Pancoast Rudy Rodriquez H. Vincent Thornton Billy Turner Sid Allen Johnny Clements Don Herdon Marcelino F. Huerta Phil Patterson Joe Zalupski George Edmonson,Sr. Ken Hance Henry MacWilliams Charlie McCullers James Gallogly Richard Harte Johnny Kaufman John Perry Bernard Epstein Ronald Perez Nick Waytovich Anthony Yelovich Ronald Brown Douglas Forster Gene King Marcelo Maseda William E. Culbreath James Del Gaizo Fleming Thornton James White Charlie Downie

1962 1962 1962 1962 1962 1964 1964 1964 1964 1964 1964 1965 1965 1965 1965 1965 1965 1966 1966 1966 1966 1966 1966 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1968 1968 1968 1968 1968 1968 1969 1969 1969 1969 1970 1970 1970 1970 1971 1971 1971 1971 1972 1972 1972 1972 1973 1973 1973 1973 1974

’64 ’36 ’58 ’83 ’72 ’58 ’83 ’51 ’73 ’70 ’70 ’64 ’62 ’74 ’62 ’42 ’71 ’54 ’84 ’84 ’65 ’39 ’73 ’69 ’58 ’42 ’73 ’62 ’76 ’71 ’85 ’71 ’70 ’72 ’72 ’67 ’42 ’57 ’72 ’67 ’37 ’83 ’71 ’76 ’73 ’74 ’70 ’72 ’70 ’82 ’80 ’88 ’68 ’89 ’72 ’84

(F) (F) (B) (C) (W) (F) (C) (F) (F) (F) (F) (BK) (B) (F) (F) (B) (F) (F) (C) (C) (BK) (F) (F) (T5) (F) (F) (F) (F) (W) (F) (C) (F) (BK) (F) (F) (F) (F) (C) (F) (BK) (F) (S) (F) (F) (WS) (F) (F) (C) (F) (S) (CR) (C) (F) (C) (F) (BK­V)

Jim Galmin Wilbur Gunnoe J.C. Miller Dr. Leonard Annis Fletcher Carr Charlie Coleman Fran Curci Jack Marley John Matuszak Leon McQuay John Mooring John Pellegrino Lou Piniella Fred Solomon Charles Bailey John Comparato Samuel Gellerstedt Charles Harris Arthur Pepin Edward B. Rood George Shary Richard Spoto Mark Wakefield Judy Alvarez Kenneth Belliveau Howard Beynon J.R. "Buddy" Carter Paul Gore David Hauser Noah Jackson Tom McEwen Ron Mikolajczak John Napier Eddie Caldwell Alex Edlin Armando Flores Dixie Howell Bob Martinez Paul Orndorff Richard Pusins John Edison Michael Fall Joe Hernandez Vin Hoover Alan Kempton Darlee Nelson Richard Nittinger Rick Thomas John Benedetto Peter Johannson Margaret McNiff Lester Olson Gary Rapp John Adams Bobby Brown Linda Catanach

1974 1974 1974 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1989 1989 1989

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’81 (GLF) ’89 (B) ’52 (F) ’89 (C) ’83 (C) ’92 (BK­V) ’88 (BK) ’68 (F) ’88 (G) ’87 (BK) ’90 (B) ’88 (C) ’89 (B­BK) ’72 (F) ’88 (SW) ’94 (BK) ’00 (V) ’04 (C) ’78 (BK­V) ’97 (S) ’90 (B) ’04 (C) ’74 (F) ’91 (S) ’94 (S) ’74 (F) ’75 (G) ’81 (BK­V) ’72 (F) ’98 (V) ’91 (B) ’92 (B) ’99 (B) ’85 (C) ’99 (C) ’93 (SB) ’95 (BK) (SW) ’72 (C) ’94 (BB) ’83 (SW) ’94 (S) ’90 (BB) ’88 (SW) ’91 (BK) ’65 (BK) ’83 (SW) ’87 (SW) ’87 (BB) ’93 (BB) ’96 (BK) ’03 (S) ’05 (CC) ’88 (S) ’10 (C) ’88 (C)

Brian Claar Tino Martinez Ernie Rubio John Tyner Chris Catanach Kim Dix Nate Johnston Pete Kuharchek Jeff Leonard Todd Linder Sam Militello Lelo Prado Terry Rupp Dave Tomeo Laura Atterberry DeCarlo DeVeaux Danielle Faggion Tom Fitzgerald Jackie Langley Henrik Nebrelius Paul Russo Richard Schmidt Ervin Smith Justin Throneburg Adrian Bush Darryl Carlton Bob Ford Jane Castor Wilbur Grooms Dawn Rawlins Ozzie Timmons Joe Urso Mike Valdes Bob Birrenkott Hindman Wall Shannon Abarbanel Crystal Ashley Ed Brennan Earle Bruce Gary Graham Pia Henrikkson Ulf Lilius Steve Mauldin Jeff Sidor Bryan Williams Charles Andrews Donna Howe Cindy Jones Dean Kelley Rodd Kelley April Lindsey Ginger Lynn Allison Macsas Chris Sullivan Anthony Borrell Chuck Winship

1989 1989 1989 1989 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010


SSC Hall of Fame

2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball The Sunshine State Conference Hall of Fame was founded in 1991 to honor those persons who have made outstanding contributions to the conference. Its purpose is to perpetuate the memory of those who brought distinction, honor and excellence to the Sunshine State Conference. A total of 29 individuals cur­ rently represent The University of Tampa in the league’s Hall of Fame. Tampa has had at least one inductee for 16 consecutive years, including multiple inductions in the past six. Class of 2008­09 Gary Graham Baseball April Lindsey Women’s Basketball Ginger Lynn Women’s Soccer Chuck Winship Golf Coach Class of 2007­08 Shannon Abarbanel Softball Crystal Ashley Women’s Basketball Bryan Williams Men’s Basketball Keith Fulk Men’s Soccer Coach Dawn Rawlins Jay Miller

Class of 2006­07 Volleyball Men’s Soccer Coach

Tino Martinez Bob Birrenkott

Class of 1996­97 Athletic Director

Lelo Prado

Class of 1995­96 Baseball Coach

Jeff Leonard

Class of 1994­95 Golf

Class of 1993­94 Chris Catanach Volleyball Coach

Class of 2005­06 Danielle Faggion Volleyball Terry Rupp Baseball Coach Ozzie Timmons Baseball Ulf Lilius Mike Valdes

Class of 2004­05 Men’s Soccer Baseball

Class of 2003­04 Henrik Nebrelius Men’s Soccer Paul Russo Baseball Class of 2002­03 Justin Throneburg Men’s Soccer Adrian Bush

Class of 2001­02 Men’s Soccer

Class of 2000­01 DeCarlo Deveaux Men’s Basketball Sam Militello Hindman Wall Kim Dix Tom Fitzgerald

Baseball

Class of 1999­2000 Baseball Athletic Director Class of 1998­99 Volleyball/Basketball Men’s Soccer Coach Class of 1997­98

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UT Academic All-Americans Selected by CoSIDA

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Since 1952, the College Sports Information Directors of American (CoSIDA) have honored stu­ dent/athletes for academic as well as athletic achievement with the creation of the CoSIDA Academic All­America teams. Verizon sponsors the awards in partnership with CoSIDA. To be eligible, a student/athlete must be in his/her second year of residence at the institution, must be a starter or important substitute and must maintain a 3.2 cumulative grade point average. Student/athletes meeting these critieria are then nominated by each school’s sports information director (SID). SIDs within a region vote and select a CoSIDA Academic all­Region team. Those student/athletes’ names are then placed on the All­America ballot, which is voted on by all college member SIDs across the country. Following is a complete list of Spartan Academic All­Americans: Name Michael Farrell Carina Svenson Jeff Leonard Penny Dickos Cathy Fox Donna Schroeder Cathy Fox Penny Dickos Christian Gregory Jeff Leonard Kent Engstrom Cathy Fox Penny Dickos Steve Mauldin Susanne Wolmesjo Steve Mauldin Steve Mauldin Jorgen Adolfsson Niklas Fredriksson David Dion Brian Ussery Jeff Sargent Roger Palm Allison Macsas Chris Rosenbaum Margeaux Sinibaldi

Sport Baseball Volleyball M. At­Large W. Basketball Volleyball Volleyball W. Basketball W. Basketball M. At­Large M. At­Large M. At­Large W. Basketball W. Basketball Baseball Volleyball Baseball Baseball M. At­Large M. At­Large Baseball Baseball M. At­Large M. At­Large W. At­Large Baseball Volleyball

Position Third Base Blocker Golf Guard Setter Hitter Forward Guard Swimming Golf Soccer Forward Forward Outfield Hitter Outfield Outfield Soccer Soccer Outfield Catcher Cross Country Soccer Cross Country Catcher Libero

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AA Team 2nd 3rd 3rd 2nd 1st 3rd 2nd 1st 2nd 3rd 3rd 1st 1st 3rd 2nd 1st 2nd 3rd 3rd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 1st 1st 3rd

Year 1983 1983 1985 1985 1986 1986 1986 1986 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1988 1988 1989 1990 1991 1993 1994 1994 1996 1998 2005 2007 2007


UT All-Americans Baseball

Year­Level

Claude Caruso Steve Mumaw Tino Martinez

1977­2nd 1984­2nd 1986­3rd, 1987­2nd 1988­1st Rodney Ehrhard 1986­1st Dean Kelley 1987­3rd Sam Militello 1988­3rd, 1989­1st, 1990­1st Joey Wardlow 1988­2nd Paul Russo 1989­1st, 1990­1st Ozzie Timmons 1990­2nd, 1991­1st Joe Urso 1991­2nd, 1992­2nd Gary Graham 1991­2nd Brian Zalatel 1992­2nd Matt Hudson 1992­1st Rodd Kelley 1993­1st Brian Zalatel 1993­1st Shawn Slade 1993­3rd David Dion 1993­1st, 1994­2nd Marc Rodriguez 1993­3rd, 1994­3rd, 1995­1st Ricky Burton 1996­1st Erik Mirza 1996­2nd Bo Donaldson 1996­3rd Mike Valdes 1997­1st, 1998­1st Angel Diaz 1998­1st Jim Kavourious 2000­1st Ronnie Merrill, Jr., 2000­1st Kris Sutton 2000­1st, 2001­1st Tom Carrow 2001­1st Charlie Manning 2001­2nd Adrian Goas 2002­1st Eric Beattie 2003­1st Gene Reynolds 2003­3rd Justin Boza 2004­3rd, 2005­3rd Lee Cruz 2006, 1st Sergio Perez 2006, 1st Orlando Rosales 2006­1st Jose Jimenez 2006­3rd Craig Corrado 2007­1st

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2007­2nd 2007­2nd 2008­1st

Men’s Basketball Todd Linder Nate Johnston Bryan Williams DeCarlo Deveaux Jon Brown Jeremy Black

Year­Level

1985­1st, 1986­1st 1987­1st 1988­2nd 1990­2nd 1993­2nd, 1994­1st 2001­2nd 2008­1st

Women’s Basketball Year­Level Kim Dix April Lindsey Trysta Morenz Sheena Walton

1991­1st (AWSF), 1992­1st (AWSF) 1996­HM 2000­HM 2007­HM, 2008­2nd

Cross Country Elias Gonzales Allison Macsas Laura Woznicki Jessica Forrester

Football Holland “Luke” Aplin Nick Waytovich Bob Lovely Dick Harte Don Herndon Fred “Moose” Cason Lowell Freeman Jim Galmin John Perry Jesse Kaye Ron Brown Jim DelGaizo John Morring Leon McQuay Sammy Gellerstedt Ron Mikolajczyk John Matuszak

Golf

Year­Level 2003 2003, 2004 2007 2008

Year 1951 1953 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1964 1965 1966 1968 1969 1970 1970 1970, 1971 1971 1972

Brett McNamara

2003­Scholar

Men’s Soccer

Year­Level

Chris Sullivan 1987­1st Mika Muhonen 1988­3rd Tom Reasoner 1989­1st Justin Throneburg 1990­1st, 1991­2nd Niklas Fredriksson 1990­2nd Adrian Bush 1991­1st Mikael Grennas 1992­1st Ulf Lilius 1992­2nd, 1994­1st Henrik Nebrelius 1995­1st, 1996­2nd, 1997­1st Kristjan Brooks 1995­2nd Sergio Jaramillo 1995­2nd Rafnar Hermannsson 1995­HM Roger Palm 1996­1st Anders Paulsson 1997­1st Roy Fink 2000­2nd, 2001­1st Pascal Milien 2008­1st, 2009­2nd Ryan Maxwell 2008­2nd Dan Ingvarsson 2008­2nd, 2009­1st Ryan Thompson 2008­3rd, 2009­HM Lister Warren 2009­3rd

Women’s Soccer

Year­Level

Ginger Lynn 2001­3rd Samantha Robinson 2005­3rd Shannon Aitken 2006­2nd, 2007­1st Shelby Kuni 2006­1st, 2007­1st Kara Rasmussen 2006­2nd Malana Winskas 2006­1st Ashley Flateland 2007­1st Courtney Evans 2007­2nd, 2008­3rd Emily Stack 2007­2nd

Softball Lacinda Norman

Swimming

Year­Level 2003­2nd

Year­Level

Year­Level

Brian Claar Bob Beckmann Bob Royak Ernie Alonso Scott Johnson Jeff Leonard

Former baseball player Tino Martinez was a three-time All-American.

1980­3rd, 1981­3rd 1981­3rd 1982­3rd 1986­1st, 1987­3rd 1986­3rd, 1988­3rd 1986­3rd, 1987­1st, 1988­1st John Finster 1988­2nd Jeff Schroeder 1988­3rd Fred Cornell 1990­3rd Keith Gilkes 1996­Scholar Michael Sowerby 2002­Scholar Michael Alberico 2003­Scholar

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Elias Gonzales became the first cross country All-American in 2003.


UT All-Americans

Current UT assistant swim coach Jim Kiner was a three time All-American.

Joe Lee 1979 Pia Henrikkson 1981, 1982, 1983 Alicia McLaughlin 1981, 1982 Jorge Martinez 1981, 1982 Jeff Tynes 1981, 1983 Ralph Diaz 1981, 1982 Nick Mooney 1981, 1982 Donna Howe 1981, 1982, 1983 Donna Strong 1982 Tom Janton 1982, 1983 Peter Soderlund 1982, 1983 Magnus Von Koch 1982 Mike Carlson 1982 Jan Brokmar 1983 Jay Nash 1983 Bill Key 1983 John Loddigs 1990 Keith Duncan 1990 Trish Stevens 1990 Kirsten Koslowski 1990 Jenna Cavanagh 1990 Missy Dora 1990 Jenny Cornwell 1990 Matt Standley 1994 Joanne Bellard 1995, 1997 Paul Swope 1996 Steve Bautista 1996 Chad Sundermeyer 1996, 1997 Mike Didriksson 1996 Chris Plaisted 1997 Tim Slamkowski 1997, 1998 Scott McLearn 1997, 1998 Jim Kiner 1997, 1998,2000 Preston Bokos 1997, 1998, 2000 Kevin Peterson 1987 Jennifer McLeod 1997 Vesa Nurmiviita 1998 Bill Frye 1998 Steve Foster 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002 Edward Agnew 2000 Les Bernys 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003

2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball Michael Chase 2000, 2001, 2002 Ryan Irvine 2000 Scott McLearn 2000 Michael Mulbarger 2000 Tim Slamkowski 2000 Shannon Treen2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Melissa Fielder 2001, 2003 Katy Hennig 2001 Kari Lawrence 2001 Amber Galvan 2001 Mandy Smith 2001, 2002 Kevin Shortt 2001, 2002, 2003 Phil Murray 2001, 2002, 2003 Elysia Moreland 2001, 2002 Matt Goodwin 2002, 2003, 2004 Pat Weaver 2002, 2003 Peter Ranstead 2002, 2003 Jamie Peterkin 2003, 2004 Lee Webber 2003, 2004, 2005 Shanna Halsell 2003, 2004, 2005 Mandy Smith 2003, 2004 Jasmine DeGross 2003, 2004, 2005 Jackie Majer 2003, 2004 Meridith Roberts 2003, 2004, 2005 Julie Visser 2003, 2004, 2005 Meghann Mulbarger 2004, 2005 Diana Mielke 2004, 2005 Matt Mattingly 2004, 2005, 2006 Jeff Gilreath 2004 Dan Klee 2004, 2005, 2006 Dan Cucchi 2005, 2006 Chelsea Hastings 2005, 2006 Kevin Hensley 2005 Dan Laidlaw 2005 Johnny McMahan 2005 Ben Oshri 2005 Sara Ragan 2005 Malcolm Trier 2005 Cole Tedhams 2006 Kyle Merritt 2006, 2008 Jessie Bardin 2007, 2008

Nate Johnston was an All-American prior to an NBA career.

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Danielle Faggion remains the lone four time volleyball All-American.

Alexandra Colley 2007 Madison Flake 2007, 2008 Tyler Furrer 2007, 2008, 2009 Meghann Mulbarger 2007 Hannah Hudson 2008 Frank Kuchta 2008 Mike Lewis 2008 Chris O’Linger 2008, 2009 Kim Tench 2008 Jeff Fiore 2009 Alex Hetland 2009 Matt Kramer 2009 Hunter Lineback 2009 Patrick Murray 2009 Michael Verdi 2009

Volleyball

Year­Level

Susanne Wolmesjo1985­2nd, 1987­2nd Karen Solis 1988­1st Kim Dix 1990­2nd, 1991­1st Luanne Baldwin 1991­2nd Katia Serkovic 1992­2nd, 1993­2nd Anne Bolger 1993­2nd Valerie Jones 1994­2nd Dawn Rawlins 1996­2nd, 1998­2nd Melissa Serio 1997­1st Hilary Epling 1997­2nd, 1998­2nd Danielle Faggion 1996­2nd, 1997­2nd, 1998­1st, 1999­1st Ania Ruiz 2000­2nd, 2001­1st, 2002­1st, 2003­1st Gretchen Naruta 2002­2nd, 2003­1st Ericka Womack 2004­2nd, 2005­1st Stephanie Rivera 2005­2nd, 2006­1st Katelen Dixon 2006­1st, 2007­1st Margeaux Sinibaldi 2006­2nd, 2007­1st Erin Clark 2007­1st Alisha Green 2007­3rd Melissa Vanderhall 2008­1st, 2009­1st Kaleigh Cunningham 2009­2nd Meghan Sherman 2009­1st


University of Tampa

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The University of Tampa is a medium­sized com­ prehensive, private university located on approxi­ mately 100 acres of prime riverfront land in the heart of downtown Tampa. It is the school of choice for 6,500 students from 50 states and U.S. territories and approximately 100 countries. Approximately 50 percent of students are from Florida, and 70 percent of full­time students live on campus. The University offers more than 120 majors, minors and pre­professional programs through a strong core curriculum rooted in the liberal arts. A Continuing Studies Program presents degree pro­ grams to adults who want to study part time at night. Graduate degrees are offered for Master of Education, Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Accounting, Master of Science in Finance, Master of Science in Marketing, Master of Science in Nursing and Certificate in Nonprofit Management. The MBA program is one of the largest in Florida, and UT is one of the elite private schools in the Southeast to have AACSB accredita­ tion. UT students enjoy a combination of academic excel­ lence, personal attention and real­world experience. An innovative first­year program helps new stu­ dents fit in quickly. Internship and community ser­ vice opportunities abound, and an Honors Program offers undergraduates expanded opportunities for instruction and study abroad.

Academic Features * More than 125 areas of study (undergraduate and graduate) * College of Arts and Letters * College of Natural and Health Sciences * College of Social Sciences, Mathematics and Education * John H. Sykes College of Business (AACSB accred­ ited) * Graduate studies: Eight master’s programs and 11 concentrations or tracks;Three MBA programs (eight concentrations), M.S. in Accounting, M.S. in Finance, M.S. in Marketing, M.A. in Education (two tracks) and M.S. in Nursing (two concentrations) * Average SAT: 1,110 * Average GPA: 3.3 Campus Facts * 100 landscaped acres * 49 buildings * Excellent athletic and fitness facilities * 10 residence halls * 31 security personnel provide 24/7 campus cov­ erage New Facilities Since 1997, the following new construction/reno­ vation projects have been completed: * John H. Sykes College of Business Building * Vaughn Center (includes a new Student Center, the Allen N. Reeves Theater, ninth­floor conference/seminar center, and Barnes & Noble University Bookstore) * Six new residence halls collectively housing 2,550 students * R.K. Bailey Art Studios * Grand entryway to campus (Poe Parkway) * Two parking garages for 2,500 cars combined *Kennedy Academic Building * Athletic Weight Training Facility * Marine Science Center * Exercise Science/Athletic Training Center

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* Numerous new food venues including Chick­fil­A, Dairy Queen and Tsunami Sushi *Riverside Academic and Administrative Building * Cass Science and Communication Buildings * Athletic facilities for soccer, softball and baseball * Renovations of McNiff Fitness Center and Smiley Hall Campus Additions Under Way * Sykes Chapel and Center for Faith and Values * Plant Hall renovations * Science Annex * Student Health and Wellness Center Campus Life * 3,000 University and community events each year * 145 clubs, student organizations and teams * 19 sororities and fraternities * 22 different food venue choices in four campus locations * Eight campus publications * Scarfone/Hartley Gallery (art) * Falk and Reeves theaters * Student­run television station, radio station and newspaper * Intramurals, sports clubs and student recreation programs * More than 100,000 student and employee service hours provided annually to more than 200 organi­ zations * Army, Air Force and Naval ROTC units *Recreational activities including canoeing, deep­ sea fishing, beach excursions, indoor rock climbing, paintball and more.

Did You Know? * All campus buildings are wired and connected via fiber optic cable, and feature approzimately 200 wireless zones. * There are 45 computer labs on campus available for curricular, classroom, special or open use. * Every residence hall room has an individual Internet connection for each student. * Approximately 700 community leaders are involved at UT on various boards, advisory councils and support groups. * 90 percent of full­time faculty have doctorates or the highest degree in their field. * 95 percent of all UT students who apply to gradu­ ate school are admitted. * 96 percent of the undergraduate class of 2009 reported success in achieving their post­graduate goals. * UT is in the top tier of U.S. News and World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges.” * UT’s John H. Sykes College of Business is listed in Princeton Review’s “Best 301 Business Schools.”

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SAAC

2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball A student­athlete advisory committee (SAAC) is a committee made up of student­athletes assembled to pro­ vide insight on the student­athlete experience. The SAAC also offers input on the rules, regulations and polices that affect student­athletes' lives on NCAA member institution campuses. Presently, there are separate national SAACs for NCAA Divisions I, II and III. NCAA legislation mandates that all member institutions have SAACs on their respective campuses. Further, NCAA legislation requires that all member conferences have SAACs. The mission of the NCAA Division II Student­Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is to enhance the total student­athlete experience by promoting opportunity for all student­athletes; protecting student­athlete welfare; and fostering a positive student­athlete image. The Division II SAAC will be guided by the following principles: ethics, integrity, fairness and respect for diversity, which shall include attention to gender, race, ethnicity and sport.

2010­11 SAAC Officers President: Sarah Wickham, Women’s Basketball Vice­President: Charlotte White, Women’s Soccer Secretary: Samantha Kay, Women’s Soccer Slide Show Coordinator: Clete Goddard, Men’s Soccer

Past Presidents 2009­10: Amber Eisenberg and Jennifer Jenkins 2008­09: Shelby Kuni and Jennifer Jenkins 2007­08: Jeremy Black and Freddie Nesbitt 2006­07: Meghann Mulbarger and Chris Rosenbaum 2005­06: Sarah McBride and Josh Shave 2004­05: Kristin Law

2009­10 SAAC Accomplishments *Sent representatives to the SAAC E.L.I.T.E. Weekend sponsored by the Sunshine State Conference. Represented by Rashad Callaway and Sarah Wickham. *Participated in The Great American Teach­In, send­ ing several student­athletes to Just Elementary in November. *Raised $2,273 for the purchase of holiday gifts and a Christmas party for Just Elementary. *Active in Give Kids The World in January. *Welcomed kids from Just Elementary School for “Just Elementary Day” at basketball doubleheader. Provided food and snacks as kids watched the games with UT student­athletes. *Had a Red Cross For Haiti Relief Drawing in MArch that raised $1,665 for earthquake victims. *Hosted a Carnival For Kids through P.E.A.C.E.

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Athletic Facilities

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An Olympic­size swimming pool, tennis and handball courts, newly resurfaced jogging track, outdoor basketball and volleyball courts, crew training facility and a modern fitness facility, the McNiff Fitness Center, are used by students, faculty and staff. In addition, there is a weight room in the sports center for use by student athletes.

Championships and numerous other high profile events. An NCAA II attendance record was set during the 1994 champi­ onship with a Finals crowd of 4,336.

Athletic facilities at the University are among the best in the nation for a school of its size. The Bob Martinez Sports Center, a 3,432­seat area plays host to varsity volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, intramural and recreational activities and other events throughout the year. Pepin Stadium is consid­ ered the finest soccer venue in NCAA II and has been the site of two national championship finals in the 1990s, including a Div. II national championship record crowd of 4,336 in 1994. Pepin Stadium was also the site of the 2001 men's soccer national championship. The new, lighted University of Tampa Baseball Field is home to the three­time national champion Spartan baseball team while the softball team plays on its own lighted field, built in 1990.

Directions to Pepin Stadium: From I 275, exit at Ashley Street/Downtown West. You are now on Ashley St. Turn right at the first traffic light on to Tyler. Tyler merges into Cass as you pass the Performing Arts Center and cross the Cass Street Bridge. Turn left at the next intersection on North Boulevard. Pepin Stadium is down the block on your left. From Kennedy Boulevard (Route 60), turn north onto North Boulevard, travel three blocks and Pepin Stadium is on the right.

Pepin Stadium is a 1,500­seat partially covered grandstand with enclosed press box, meeting, storage and rest rooms and a ticket office. The grass field is lighted and bordered by a jog­ ging track. The stadium has hosted five NCAA National Championships, including the 2001 men's title that was won by UT. The venue also hosted the 2008 and 2009 men's and women's championships.

Bob Martinez Sports Center The Bob Martinez Sports Center, named for the UT alumnus who served as Mayor of Tampa, Governor of Florida and President George H.W. Bush’s cabinet level Drug Czar, was opened in July 1984. The main gymna­ sium houses three full­ size courts with perma­ nent seating for 3,432 to view the main court. It also includes a training room, weight room, six locker rooms, classrooms and offices for the athletic and physical education departments. Directions to the Martinez Sports Center: From Interstate 275, exit at Ashley Street/Downtown West. You are now on Ashley St. Turn right at the first traffic light, Tyler. Tyler merges into Cass as you cross the Cass Street Bridge. Turn left at the next light, North Boulevard, and find the Martinez Center on the right. From Kennedy Boulevard (Route 60), turn north onto North Boulevard, travel three blocks and the Sports Center is on the left. Pepin Stadium Through the generosity of one of Tampa’s most prominent families, The University of Tampa soccer teams have the privilege of playing in one of the finest college facilities in the country, Pepin Stadium.

University of Tampa Baseball Field The University of Tampa Baseball Field features a granstand and full­size indoor press box. The facility seats 750 spectators and also features a patio on the first and third base sides for lawn chair seating. The facili­ ty features all the amenities, including a view of the downtown Tampa skyline. The granstand and press box was built in 2006 as a full con­ cession stand with on­site restrooms was also constructed. The UT Baseball Field has been the site of numerous NCAA Division II South Regionals and also serves as the host of the annual Tony Saladino Baseball Tournament for area high schools. Directions to University of Tampa Baseball Field: The field is on the corner of Cass Street and North Boulevard. This can be reached by taking Interstate 275 and taking exit 25 ( Ashley Street). Make a right at the first light ( Tyler Street); there will be an overpass for the Performing Arts Center and a bridge going over the Hillsborough River. The first light after the bridge is North Boulevard and the baseball field is on the left. University of Tampa Softball Field The University of Tampa softball complex is located directly behind the Bob Martinez Sports Center. The field was built in 1989 and has seating room for approximately 200 spectators. The field features a new press box. Other amenities include lights and covered dugouts. The dimensions of the field are 243 all the way around.

Named for Tampa busi­ nessmen Arthur D. Pepin of Pepin Distributors and his wife Polly, Pepin Stadium was rebuilt and dedicated in 2002. The new facility replaced 80­year­old Pepin/Rood Stadium, site of four NCAA National

Directions to the University of Tampa Softball Field: From Interstate 275, exit at Ashley Street/Downtown West. You are now on Ashley St. Turn right at the first traffic light, Tyler. Tyler merges into Cass as you cross the Cass Street Bridge. Turn left at the next light north boulevard and find the Martinez Center on the right. From Kennedy Boulevard (Route 60), turn north onto North Boulevard, travel three blocks and the Sports Center is on the left. The softball com­ plex is located directly behind the sports center.

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President Ronald L. Vaughn, Ph.D.

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President Ronald L. Vaughn came to the University in August 1984 as the coordinator of the Department of Marketing and as the holder of the Max H. Hollingsworth Endowed Chair of American Enterprise. Since then, he has served as director of the MBA program, dean of the College of Business and Graduate Studies, and co­chief academic officer. He became president of the University in January 1995. Under his leadership, the University has entered a period of growth and expansion unlike any in its previous histo­ ry. Since 1995, the University’s annual budget has grown from $28 million to $160 million. The record growth has fueled dynamic improvements in both academics and student life. Since 1997, approximately $250 million of construction has been completed or is under way. President Vaughn began his academic career at Bradley University as a faculty member and chair of the marketing department. Continuing his academic career at UT, he served more than 20 years as a facul­ ty member and in administrative leader­ ship positions prior to becoming president. President Vaughn has a bachelor’s degree in marketing and an MBA degree from Indiana State University, along with a Ph.D. in marketing from the University of Georgia. He has attended more than 30 workshops on strategic planning, fundraising, corporate quality, marketing research, multivariate statistics, various university man­ agement topics, and international business. At Harvard

University, he attended the Institute for Educational Management (IEM) in 1994 and the New President’s Seminar in 1995. He has served on numerous boards including those for the Performing Arts Center, the Gulf Ridge Council of Boy Scouts, the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce, and the Florida Aquarium. Leadership positions have included serving as president of the Florida West Coast Chapter of the American Marketing Association, president of the Tampa Bay Chapter of The Planning Forum, chair of the American Red Cross Tampa Bay Chapter, president of the Sunshine State Athletic Conference, and chair of the Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida.

New Facilities Since 1997 * John H. Sykes College of Business Building * Vaughn Center (includes a new Student Center, the Allen N. Reeves Theater, ninth­floor conference/seminar center, and Barnes & Noble University Bookstore) * Six new residence halls collectively housing 2,550 stu­ dents * R.K. Bailey Art Studios * Grand entryway to campus (Poe Parkway) * Two parking garages for 2,500 cars combined * Kennedy Academic Building * Athletic Weight Training Facility * Marine Science Center * Exercise Science/Athletic Training Center * Numerous new food venues including Chick­fil­A, Dairy Queen and Tsunami Sushi * Riverside Academic and Administrative Building * Cass Science and Communication Buildings * Athletic facilities for soccer, softball and baseball * Renovations and expansion of McNiff Fitness Center and Smiley Hall

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Athletic Director Larry Marfise

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Larry Marfise is in his 12th year as athletic director at Tampa. Under Marfise’s direction, The University of Tampa Athletic Program has continually placed among the top 30 nationally in the NCAA II Sports Academy Directors’ Cup standings. Under Marfise, UT teams have captured five NCAA II national championships. His first Spartan title was a 2001 men’s soccer championship as his teams have combined to win four champi­ onships in the previous four years with baseball winning a pair and volleyball and women’s soccer each capturing a crown. In 2008, he was honored by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) with the Southeast Region AstroTurf AD of the Year Award (ADOY). At Tampa, Marfise has led his department to the top of the NCAA Division II U.S. Sports Academy Directors' Cup standings. The Spartans finished fifth in 2007­08, marking a record finish for UT. Under Marfise, Tampa has finished in the top 20 in each of the past four years after previously finishing in the top 20 just once. Additionally, UT facility improvements include a new soccer and baseball stadium, a modernized and enlarged weight room, renovated locker rooms and upgrades to the softball, tennis and swimming complexes. Marfise has also established four new athletic endowments while at UT. Currently, he serves on the NCAA Baseball Rules Committee. Prior to joining the Spartans, he served as athletic director at Ferris State (Mich.) (1994­99), Associate AD at St. Mary’s (Calif.) (1985­94), assistant AD at Southern­Baton Rouge (1985), asst. coach/promotions and tickets administrator at UNLV (1984), administra­ tor at Ohio (1983­84), wrestling coach/ intramural direc­ University of Tampa Athletic Directors tor at Evansville (1979­83) and wrestling/football coach Nash Higgins and English teacher at Indianapolis Lawrence High School 1933­41 1941 Flucie Stewart (1975­79). 1942 Joe Justice 1942­44 Miller Adams While at Ferris State, he directed the campaign to build a 1945­46 Jesse Keene new gymnasium, a $1 million hockey locker room and 1946­48 Miller Adams renovated the field house. He served on the NCAA II Myron A. Gaddis Football Championships Committee and was president of 1948­50 Paul Myers the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference where 1950­51 he oversaw expansion. 1951­52 Frank Sinkwich 1952­62 Marcelino Huerta While at St. Mary’s, he served on the NCAA I Baseball 1962­71 Sam Bailey Promotion Committee. The 1974 DePauw graduate is a 1971­73 Gus Dielens native of Chicago, Ill. and graduated from De LaSalle High 1973­74 Sam Bailey School where he lettered in three sports. He was an all­ 1975­76 Billy Turner conference football player at DePauw. Marfise holds mas­ 1976­85 Bob Birrenkott ter’s degrees from DePauw and Ohio. 1985­88 Fran Curci 1988­89 Chris Catanach (interim) He is married to Suzanne and they have two children, 1989­91 Bill Wall Jacob (15) and Cole (13). 1991­99 Hindman Wall 1999­present Larry Marfise

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UT’s Nickname & Colors

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Information from Under the Minaret by Dr. James W. Couigton In the early years, The University of Tampa started as Tampa Junior College. In 1931, the school began varsity sports competition. A committee sought to name the school teams. Since St. Petersburg Junior College, nicknamed the Trojans, was intended to be the arch rival, the name Spartans was selected from the ancient Greek Trojans/Spartans war. When the school moved into the Tampa Bay Hotel in 1933, head football coach Nash Higgens chose the team colors. Due to the fact that most of his players came from Hillsborough High (red & black) and Plant High (black & gold), Coach Higgens combined the colors of those two schools making the University’s colors red, black and gold.

History of The University of Tampa When The University of Tampa began classes on October 5, 1931 as Tampa Junior College, there were 62 local stu­ dents, tuition was $120 per semester, and there was no building to call home. Almost two years later, on Aug. 2, 1933, UT found its permanent home in the old Tampa Bay Hotel and began its journey in earnest. It has been a journey of alternating success and hardship, as the University has adapted and reinvented itself to meet new challenges. Beginning with Frederic Spaulding, who almost single­handedly forged his dream of a local University, to the present day as UT enjoys the greatest economic and academic expansion in its history under its 10th president. Some would say it has been a bumpy ride, but all would agree it has been interesting. During that first year when, in the grips of the world­wide Depression, the University’s 700 surplus dollars were divided among the faculty as pay, and the University was accepting notes, insurance policies and deeds on homes in lieu of tuition. There were the war years, when military pilots were being trained in Tampa and GIs began returning from the war to go to school, and married couples and some faculty members lived in Plant Hall on the upper floors. There was a huge struggle for accreditation, which lasted for 20 years and was finally achieved in December 1951. There were the glory days of our powerhouse football team, which struck fear into the hearts of our athletic rivals. Pajama parties, sock hops, parades and second jobs were daily rituals. The creation of the University of South Florida created another challenge, as many believed it would swallow UT. President David Delo arrived to take the University in another direction, and began to expand the size of the cam­ pus, construct new buildings and build enrollment. In over 78 years, UT has educated and placed thousands of alumni in positions of leadership at all levels of society around the world. Today, its future is brighter than it has ever been, as it continues to expand in terms of academic excellence, prestige, resources and enrollment.

University of Tampa Class of 1936 Men’s Basketball, 1946

Phillips Field

Football, 1936

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University of Tampa 1936 Women’s Basketball Team


Media Outlets

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Newspapers Tampa Tribune, PO Box 191, 202 S. Parker St., Tampa, FL 33601. Phone: (813) 259­7655. Fax: (813) 259­8148. Sports Editor: Kim Pendery (kpendery@tampatrib.com), (813) 259­8406, Deputy Sports Editor: Doug Jacobs (dja­ cobs@tampatrib.com) (813) 259­7615. UT Beat Writer: Joanne Korth (jkorth@tampatrib.com) (813) 259­7998. St. Petersburg Times, 1000 N. Ashley St., #700, Tampa, FL 33602. Phone: Tampa (813) 226­3366, St. Pete (800) 333­ 7505, ext. 8123. Fax (813) 893­8782. Sports Editor: Jack Sheppard (sheppard@sptimes.com) (727) 893­8495. Sports Writer: Rick Stroud (stroud@sptimes.com) (727) 893­8123. UT Minaret, 401 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, FL 33606­1490. Phone: (813) 257­3636. Fax (813) 253­6207. Sports Editor: Daniel Feingold (dfeingold@spartans.ut.edu). Wire Service Associated Press, 202 S. Parker St., Tampa, FL 33601. Phone: (813) 254­6316. Miami, (800) 824­5498. Fax (305) 594­9265. Television WFLA­TV, Channel 8, NBC, PO Box 1410, Tampa, FL 33601. Phone: (813) 221­5788. Fax: (813) 225­2770. Sports Anchor/Reporter: Dan Lucas, Photojournalist: Bob Hansen, Producer: Dan Lucas. WTSP­TV, Ch. 10, CBS, 11450 Gandy Blvd., St. Petersburg, FL 33702. Phone: (727) 577­8479. Fax: (727) 576­6924. Sports Director: Chris Tilley, Anchor/Reporter: Justin Allen, Angela Jacobs and Travis Bell, Photojournalist: Chris Tilley. WTVT­TV, Ch. 13, Fox, 3213 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, FL 33609. Phone: (813) 870­9730, 9733. Fax: (813) 870­9727. Sports Director: Chip Carter, Anchor/Reporter: Chris Field, Kevin O’Donnell, Photojournalist: Jeff Tewksbury. WFTS­TV, Ch. 28, ABC, 4045 N. Himes, Tampa, FL 33607­6607. Phone: (813) 354­2828. Fax: (813) 870­2828. Sports Director: Al Keck, Anchor/Reporter: Tom Koran and Dan Eassa. Bay News 9/Catch 47, 7901 66th St. N., Pinellas Park, FL 33781. Phone: (727) 437­2100. Fax: (727) 437­2034. Anchor/Reporter: Rock Riley, Joe Girvan. WTTA­TV, Ch. 38, WB, 7622 Bald Cypress Place, Tampa, FL 33614. Phone: (813) 886­9882. Fax: (813) 880­8154. Sports Director: Mike Nabors, Anchor/Reporter: Chris Garrido. Radio WDAE 620 AM, 4002 Gandy Blvd., Tampa, FL 33611. Phone (813) 839­9393. Fax (813) 831­3299. Sports Director: John Volmar, Hosts: Steve Duemig, Ron Diaz and Ian Beckles, Producers: Derek Sharpe, Justin Pawlawski and Jerry Petuck. WQYK (1010 AM), 5510 Gray St., Tampa, FL 33609. Phone (813) 639­1010. (813) 637­7901. Fax (813) 637­7986. Program Director, Jeff Ryan, Hosts: David Stein, Tom Krasniqi, Mike Pepper, Tony Bruno, Bobby Fenton, Arnie Spanier, Todd Wright and the SportChix, Producers: Little Mike, (morning), Sean McCarthy (Sports Chicks/mid­day) and Amy Beckman (afternoon). UT Athletics Website: www.tampaspartans.com Live Stats: all home games, selected road games through athletics website eScores: text message and email alerts through tampaspartans.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/utspartans Facebook: www.facebook.com/tampaspartans Live Audio/Video Webcast: selected games through athletics website

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2010-11 University of Tampa Men’s Basketball

2010-11 UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA MENÊS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE DATE Fri., Nov. 12 Sat., Nov. 13 Tues., Nov. 16 Tues., Nov. 23 Fri., Nov. 26 Sat., Nov. 27 Mon., Nov. 29 Sat., Dec. 4 Mon., Dec. 6 Sun., Dec. 19 Thurs., Dec. 30 Sun., Jan. 2 Wed., Jan. 5 Sat., Jan. 8 Wed., Jan. 12 Sat., Jan. 15 Wed., Jan. 19 Sat., Jan. 22 Wed., Jan. 26 Sat., Jan. 29 Wed., Feb. 2 Sat., Feb. 5 Wed., Feb. 9 Wed., Feb. 16 Sat., Feb. 19 Wed., Feb 23 Sat., Feb. 26 Tues., Mar. 2 Sat., Mar. 5 Sun., Mar. 6 Mar. 12-15 Mar. 23-26

OPPONENT vs. Fort Valley State# vs. Albany State# Florida Memorial District of Columbia vs. Queens% vs. Puerto Rico-Bayamon% Southeastern at Barry* at Palm Beach Atlantic Tennessee-Temple Fontbonne Rollins* at Eckerd* at Lynn* Saint Leo* Palm Beach Atlantic Florida Southern* at Nova Southeastern* at Florida Tech* Barry* at Rollins* Lynn* Eckerd* at Saint Leo* Nova Southeastern* at Florida Southern* Florida Tech SSC Quarterfinals& SSC Semifinals& SSC Finals& NCAA South Regional NCAA Elite Eight

LOCATION Melbourne Melbourne Tampa Tampa St. Petersburg St. Petersburg Tampa Miami Shores West Palm Beach Tampa Tampa Tampa St. Petersburg Boca Raton Tampa Tampa Tampa Fort Lauderdale Melbourne Tampa Winter Park Tampa Tampa Saint Leo Tampa Lakeland Tampa campus sites Melbourne Melbourne campus sites Springfield, Mass.

* - Sunshine State Conference game # - South Region Crossover (hosted by Florida Tech) % - Eckerd Classic (hosted by Eckerd) & - SSC Tournament (first round at campus sites, semifinals and finals at Florida Tech) Home contests in Bold All home contests played at the Bob Martinez Sports Center

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TIME 5:00 pm 5:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 5:30 pm 5:30 pm 7:00 pm 4:00 pm 7:00 pm 5:00 pm 7:30 pm 4:00 pm 7:30 pm 2:30 pm 7:30 pm 4:00 pm 7:30 pm 4:00 pm 7:30 pm 7:30 pm 7:30 pm 4:00 pm 7:30 pm 7:30 pm 4:00 pm 7:30 pm 4:00 pm TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

2010-11 University of Tampa Men's Basketball Media Guide  
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