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TABLE OF CONTENTS The Hoop ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 2-3 The Eagle’s Nest .................................................................................................................................................................................... 4 2017-18 Quick Facts & Roster ....................................................................................................................................................... 5-7 The Players ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 8-35 The Coaching Staff ....................................................................................................................................................................... 36-44 2017-18 Team Photo ......................................................................................................................................................................... 45 All-Time Letterwinners ............................................................................................................................................................... 46-47 Golden Eagles in the Pros .......................................................................................................................................................... 48-53 Record Book ................................................................................................................................................................................... 54-67 Honors & Awards .......................................................................................................................................................................... 68-72 Coaching Records .............................................................................................................................................................................. 73 All-Time Results ............................................................................................................................................................................. 74-87 OVC Championship Teams ........................................................................................................................................................ 88-95 All-Time vs. Opponents ........................................................................................................................................................... 96-110 All-Time Series Results ........................................................................................................................................................... 111-112 Eblen Center Records, Facts, & Milestones ..................................................................................................................... 113-114 Largest Margins ............................................................................................................................................................................... 115 Retired Jerseys .................................................................................................................................................................................. 116 Hall of Fame ............................................................................................................................................................................... 117-119 Tech Athletics Individual Honors ............................................................................................................................................... 120 Nike .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 121

Credits: This guide is a publication of the Tennessee Tech University Sports Information Office. Written, designed, and produced by Mike Lehman, with assistance from Chrissy Jones and Austin Clay. Special thanks to Steve Payne and his staff and the Golden Eagle players. Special thanks also go to Thomas Corhern, Chrissy Jones, Austin Clay, Tony Marable, Jim Dillon, Kim Meredith, and Kyle Schwartz at the OVC office. Cover design: Jordan Ratti, Tennessee Tech Video Production Photography: Thomas Corhern, Tony Marable, Jim Dillon.

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THE HOOP Arenas of the OVC

listed in order of capacity 1. Gentry Center, Tennessee State (10,500) 2. CFSB Center, Murray State (8,600) 3. Eblen Center, Tennessee Tech (7,500) 4. Dunn Center, Austin Peay (7,257) 5. Show Me Center, Southeast Missouri (7,000) 6. Alumni Coliseum, Eastern Kentucky (6,500) Johnson Arena, Morehead State (6,500) 8. Lantz Arena, Eastern Illinois (5,300) 9. Curb Event Center, Belmont (5,000) 10. Vadalabene Center, SIUE (4,000) 11. Elam Center, UT Martin (4,300) 12. Pete Mathews Coliseum, Jacksonville State (3,500)


Once known around the Ohio Valley Conference as “the Temple of Doom” due to its large capacity and imposing atmosphere, the Hooper T. Eblen Center is the OVC’s third-largest arena and one of its most hostile. The building is named for longtime athletic administrator and coach Hooper Eblen, who served the university for 33 years and was instrumental in planning construction of both the Eblen Center and the home of the Golden Eagle football team, Tucker Stadium. The arena features 7,500 seats with cushioned theater-style seating throughout the lower level.


EAGLE’S NEST Opened in 2009, the Eagle’s Nest offers 5,000 square feet of men’s and women’s basketball office space featuring floor-to-ceiling glass overlooking the Eblen Center Court. The head coaches’ offices include an open air balcony and all offices are equipped with state-of-the-art video equipment. The facility also contains the Director’s Skybox and Entertaining Suite with capacity for 18 guests.


2017-18 QUICK FACTS & ROSTER GENERAL UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: ............................................................................................ Cookeville, Tenn. Founded: ................................................................................................................. 1915 Enrollment: ......................................................................................................... 10,492 Conference: ...................................................................................... Ohio Valley (OVC) Nickname: .............................................................................................. Golden Eagles Colors: .............................................................. Purple (PMS 266) & Gold (PMS 109) Mascot: ................................................................................................ Awesome Eagle President: ........................................................ Dr. Phil Oldham (Freed-Hardeman ‘80) Director of Athletics: ............................................................. Mark Wilson (Maine ‘91) Faculty Representative: ................................................. Dr. Jeff Roberts (Cornell ‘81) MEN’S BASKETBALL HISTORY First Year of Basketball: ................................................................................... 1924-25 All-Time Overall Record: .................................................................. 1,102-1,080 (.505) All-Time OVC Record: .......................................................................... 465-505 (.479) OVC Regular Season Championships: ........................................................................ 7 1956, 1958, 1963, 1985, 2001, 2002, 2005 OVC Tournament Championships: ............................................................................... 1 1968 NCAA Tournament Appearances: ................................................................................ 2 1958, 1963 NIT Appearances: ........................................................................................................ 2 1985, 2002 CIT Appearances: ........................................................................................................ 2 2011, 2012 Vegas 16 Appearances: ................................................................................................ 1 2016 TEAM INFORMATION 2016-17 Record: ................................................................................................... 12-20 2016-17 OVC Record (Finish): ........................................................... 8-8 (T-4th East) Starters Returning/Lost: ........................................................................................... 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ................................................................................ 7/5 Newcomers: ................................................................................................................ 7 FACILITY INFORMATION Facility: ......................................................................................... Hooper Eblen Center Capacity: .............................................................................................................. 7,500 Record at Eblen Center: ......................................................................... 378-161 (.701) Record since 2000: ................................................................................ 167-48 (.777) Largest Crowd: ................................................................................................... 10,352 Date: ................................................................. March 14, 1985 vs. Tennessee (NIT) Longest Winning Streak: ........................................................................................... 33 Date: ............................................................... December 2, 2000 - January 4, 2003 SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director (Men’s Basketball): .................................... Mike Lehman Email: ...................................................................................... mlehman@tntech.edu Office Phone: ................................................................................... (931) 372-3088 Cell Phone: ........................................................................................ (931) 319-3975 Hooper Eblen Center Press Row: ..................................................... (931) 372-6077 THE BROADCAST Radio Broadcasts: ................................................................................. 106.1 The Eagle Golden Eagle Sports Network Webstream: ............................... ovcdigitalnetwork.com Broadcaster: .............................................................................................. Roger Ealey Broadcaster: .......................................................................................... Dylan Vazzano

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MEN’S BASKETBALL COACHES & STAFF Head Coach: ......................................... Steve Payne, 7th Season (Union College ‘90) Career Record: ......................................................................... 91-97 (.484, 6 years) Assistant Coach: ........................... Jason Taylor, 3rd Season (Jacksonville State ‘01) Assistant Coach: ....................................... Gus Fraley, 1st Season (North Carolina ‘11) Assistant Coach: ................................... Gerald Gillion, 1st Season (Florida State ‘08) Director of Basketball Operations: ...... Melvin Scott, 1st Season (North Carolina ‘05) Administrative Associate: ................................................................... Debbie Turnbow Basketball Office Phone: ................................................................. (931) 372-3956 Athletic Trainer: ................................ Dan Redmond, 5th Season (UW-Eau Claire,’86) Managers: .......................................... Parker Beech, John Mark Bell, Zachary Gilliam ........................................................................ Jaret Greer, Ezra Pinzur, Logan Vance TOP RETURNING PLAYERS: Name Yr. Pos. GP-GS Key Stats Aleksa Jugovic Sr. G 32-32 15.2 ppg, .908 FT%, .360 3FG% Kajon Mack Gr. G 32-32 11.8 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 2.8 apg, 1.3 spg Curtis Phillips Jr. Sr. F 22-8 8.9 ppg, 3.8 rpg, .762 FT% Mason Ramsey Sr. F 32-30 9.5 ppg, 4.4 rpg, .506 FG% OTHER RETURNING PLAYERS: Name Yr. Pos. GP-GS Key Stats Stephaun Adams Jr. G 32-5 3.4 ppg, 2.7 rpg, 1.8 apg Courtney Alexander II Jr. F 27-8 2.6 ppg, 3.8 rpg, 14 blk Micaiah Henry So. C 32-5 3.3 ppg, 2.4 rpg, 1.2 bpg TOP NEWCOMERS: Name Yr. Pos. Hometown Shaq Calhoun Gr. G Rome, Ga. Cade Crosland So. G Sparta, Tenn. Joan Duran Jr. F Santo Domingo, D.R. Domen Omladič Fr. F Zalec, Slovenia Maverick Smith Fr. G Oakdale, Tenn. Corey Tillery So. G Atlanta, Ga. Hunter Vick Fr. G Camden, Tenn.

Last School South Alabama Chattanooga State CC Eastern Florida State JC Šolski Center Velenje Oakdale HS Armstrong State Camden Central HS

KEY PLAYERS LOST: Name Yr. Pos. GP-GS Key Stats Colton Blevins Fr. F 15-0 3.1 ppg, 1.9 rpg, .727 FT% Savonte Frazier So. G 32-8 2.6 ppg, 2.4 rpg, 2.1 apg Ja’Cardo Hawkins Jr. F 28-13 2.5 ppg, 3.0 rpg, 0.6 bpg Markell Henderson Jr. G 20-7 4.8 ppg, .733 FT%, Hakeem Rogers Sr. G 32-12 11.8 ppg, .742 FT%, 66-202 3FG RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS: Name Stat Leader Scoring 15.2 Aleksa Jugovic Rebounding 5.0 Kajon Mack Assists 2.8 Kajon Mack Steals 1.3 Kajon Mack Blocks 1.2 Micaiah Henry Field Goal Pct. .537 Micaiah Henry 3-Field Goal Pct. .360 Aleksa Jugovic Free Throw Pct. .908 Aleksa Jugovic Minutes 35.1 Aleksa Jugovic

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2017-18 QUICK FACTS & ROSTER NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 0 1 3 4 5 10 11 14 15 20 22 25 33 54

Name Shaq Calhoun Maverick Smith Corey Tillery Aleksa Jugovic Joan Duran Kajon Mack Micaiah Henry Stephaun Adams Curtis Phillips Jr. Hunter Vick Courtney Alexander II Mason Ramsey Domen Omladič Cade Crosland

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

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

Wt. 195 185 165 185 230 190 235 175 185 170 205 230 240 180

Yr. Gr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. Gr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. So.

Hometown (Previous School) Rome, Ga. (South Alabama) Oakdale, Tenn. (Oakdale HS) Atlanta, Ga. (Armstrong State) Leskovac, Serbia (Hamilton Heights Christian Academy) Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (Eastern Florida State JC) Los Angeles, Calif. (Tulane) Decatur, Ga. (Columbia HS) St. Thomas, Virgin Islands (Motlow State CC) Memphis, Tenn. (Campbell) Camden, Tenn. (Camden Central HS) Mableton, Ga. (Whitefield Academy) Livingston, Tenn. (Livingston Academy) Zalec, Slovenia (Šolski Center Velenje) Sparta, Tenn. (Chattanooga State CC)

Head Coach: Steve Payne (Union College, 1990), 7th Season Assistant Coach: Jason Taylor (Jacksonville State, 2001), 3rd Season Assistant Coach: Gus Fraley (North Carolina, 2011), 1st Season Assistant Coach: Gerald Gillion (Florida State, 2008), 1st Season Director of Basketball Operations: Melvin Scott (North Carolina, 2005), 1st Season

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 14 22 0 54 5 11 4 10 33 15 25 1 3 20

Name Stephaun Adams Courtney Alexander II Shaq Calhoun Cade Crosland Joan Duran Micaiah Henry Aleksa Jugovic Kajon Mack Domen Omladič Curtis Phillips Jr. Mason Ramsey Maverick Smith Corey Tillery Hunter Vick

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

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

Wt. 175 205 195 180 230 235 185 190 240 185 230 185 165 170

Yr. Jr. Jr. Gr. So. Jr. So. Sr. Gr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr.

Hometown (Previous School) St. Thomas, Virgin Islands (Motlow State CC) Mableton, Ga. (Whitefield Academy) Rome, Ga. (South Alabama) Sparta, Tenn. (Chattanooga State CC) Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (Eastern Florida State JC) Decatur, Ga. (Columbia HS) Leskovac, Serbia (Hamilton Heights Christian Academy) Los Angeles, Calif. (Tulane) Zalec, Slovenia (Šolski Center Velenje) Memphis, Tenn. (Campbell) Livingston, Tenn. (Livingston Academy) Oakdale, Tenn. (Oakdale HS) Atlanta, Ga. (Armstrong State) Camden, Tenn. (Camden Central HS)

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 0 ........... Shaq Calhoun ..................................................................... (CAL-hoon) 4 ............ Aleksa Jugovic .................................. (uh-LECK-suh) (HUE-guh-vich) 5 ........... Joan Duran ...................................................... (jo-JUAN) (duh-RAN) 10 .......... Kajon Mack ........................................................................ (KAY-john) 11 ........... Micaiah Henry ................................................................. (my-CAY-uh) 33 ......... Domen Omladič ..................................... (DOH-men) (OHM-la-deech) AC ......... Gerald Gillion ..................................................................... (gill-EE-un)

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SERBIA

SLOVENIA

U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS DOMINCAN REPUBLIC

PLAYERS BY STATE / COUNTRY

California (1) ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Kajon Mack Domincan Republic (1) ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... Joan Duran Georgia (4) ................................................................................................................................ Courtney Alexander II / Shaq Calhoun / Micaiah Henry / Corey Tillery Serbia (1) ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Aleksa Jugovic Slovenia (1) ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Domen Omladič Tennessee (5) ..................................................................................................... Cade Crosland / Curtis Phillips Jr. / Mason Ramsey / Maverick Smith / Hunter Vick U.S. Virgin Islands (1) ................................................................................................................................................................................................... Stephaun Adams

PLAYERS BY YEAR

Graduates (2) ......................................................... Shaq Calhoun / Kajon Mack Seniors (3) ....................... Aleksa Jugovic / Curtis Phillips Jr. / Mason Ramsey Juniors (3) ................... Stephaun Adams / Courntey Alexander II / Joan Duran Sophomores (3) ......................... Cade Crosland / Micaiah Henry / Corey Tillery Freshmen (3) .......................... Domen Omladič / Maverick Smith / Hunter Vick

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PLAYERS BY POSITION

Guards (8) ..................................................... Stephaun Adams / Shaq Calhoun .................................................... Cade Crosland / Aleksa Jugovic / Kajon Mack ...................................................... Maverick Smith / Corey Tillery / Hunter Vick Forwards (5) .............................................. Courtney Alexander II / Joan Duran ......................................... Domen Omladič / Curtis Phillips Jr. / Mason Ramsey Centers (1) ................................................................................... Micaiah Henry

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THE PLAYERS

0 SHAQ CALHOUN

SEASON / CAREER STATS

GR Guard | 6-4 | 195 | Rome, Ga. | South Alabama 2016-17 (Junior – South Alabama): Calhoun played in all 32 games, starting 20 times while averaging 22.4 minutes per game… averaged 8.3 points and 2.3 rebounds per game… led USA in steals for the second straight year, totaling 45… knocked down 40 triples to rank second on the team… converted 75.4 percent of his free throw attempts… dropped a career-high 26 points on 8-for-15 shooting against Texas State (Jan. 14), knocking down a career-high six 3-pointers on 10 attempts… hauled in a season-best six rebounds against Blue Mountain College (Nov. 14)… also tied his career-high with four steals in the same game… drained five 3-pointers on his way to 21 points at Southern Miss (Nov. 30) and five at Georgia State (Jan. 7) while scoring 20 points… scored in double figures 10 times, including 20+ points four times… posted two or more steals in 14 contests to lead the team. Points Season Career 26 vs. Texas State (1/14/17)* Rebounds Season Career 6 two times, last vs. BMC (11/14/16)* Assists Season Career 4 vs. Spring Hill (12/19/16)* Blocks Season Career 1 eleven times, last at UTA (2/25/27)* Steals Season Career 4 two times, last vs. BMC (11/14/16)* Minutes Season Career 34 two times, last vs. Texas St. (1/14/17)* Field Goals Made Season Career 9 vs. Samford (12/16/16)* Field Goals Attempted Season Career 18 vs. Samford (12/16/16)* 3-Pt. Field Goals Made Season Career 6 vs. Texas State (1/14/17)* 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted Season Career 10 vs. Texas State (1/14/17)* Free Throws Made Season Career 7at Appalachian State (2/18/16)*

2015-16 (R-Sophomore – South Alabama): Calhoun appeared in all 33 games, making two starts and averaging 19.2 minutes per game… averaged 8.7 points and 2.3 rebounds per game… led the team in 3-point shooting with a 35.5 percentage… also led the team with 43 steals on the year… shot 74.2 percent from the charity stripe… made first career start at Middle Tennessee (Dec. 5), scoring a season-high 20 points and snagging four steals… also racked up four steals against Troy (Feb. 16)… earned his second start in the season finale vs. Louisiana (Mar. 11) in the Sun Belt Tournament, finishing with 10 points and three steals… went 6-for-10 from the floor and drained 4-of6 3-pointers to match his season-high of 20 points against Georgia Southern (Feb. 13)… scored in double figures 12 times, including four of the final five games of the year… knocked down at least one triple in 16 of the final 17 games of the season... led the team in steals a team-high 15 times, boasting 12 multi-steal performances. 2014-15 (Sophomore – Iowa Western CC): Calhoun sat out the 2014-15 season due to injury. 2014-15 (Freshman – Iowa Western CC): Calhoun played in 29 games, averaging 13.3 points and 2.9 rebounds per game… scored in double figures 22 times, including dropping 20+ points in four contests… totaled a season-high 29 points on 10-for-15 shooting at Northeast CC (Feb. 1)… averaged 16.2 points per game in conference play and ranked third on the team with 43 3-pointers… shot 75.5 percent from the free throw line, sinking a season-best 8-for-8 at Missouri State-West Plains (Jan. 4)… drained at least four treys in three contests… collected 38 total steals to rank second on the team… led IWCC to a 23-8 record, as high as a No. 3 ranking and a semifinal appearance in the Region XI Tournament. High School: Lettered at Model High School in Shannon , Ga.… named one of the top 25 3-point shooters in the nation by ESPN.com and set a school record with 1,902 career points… honored as the Rome News Tribune Player of the Year after both his junior and senior seasons and played in the 2011 Georgia Athletic Coaches Association All-Star Game… tabbed to Georgia Sports Writers Association 2011-12 All-American Honorable Mention team… prepped at American Sports Academy for one year prior to attending Iowa Western CC. Personal: Son of Brian and Tamika and Calhoun … born April 12, 1993… full name is Shaqueille Antonio Calhoun… originally committed to Tech prior to playing at Iowa Western and South Alabama. Academic: Pursuing a master’s degree in professional studies… earned his bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies from the University of South Alabama in May 2017.

Free Throws Attempted Season Career 8 two times, last vs. Spring Hill (12/19/16)*

CAREER STATS

GP-GS MIN AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2015-16* 33-2 635 19.2 95-235 .404 49-138 .355 49-66 .742 17 60 77 2.3 76-2 16 52 7 43 288 8.7 2016-17* 32-20 717 22.4 86-267 .322 40-153 .261 52-69 .754 15 60 75 2.3 99-6 31 39 4 45 264 8.3 2017-18 0-0 0 0.0 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0 0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 CAREER 65-22 1352 20.8 181-502 .361 89-291 .306 101-135 .748 32 120 152 2.3 175-8 47 91 11 88 552 8.5

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THE PLAYERS

1 MAVERICK SMITH

FR Guard | 6-5 | 185 | Oakdale, Tenn. | Oakdale HS High School: Smith lettered at Oakdale High School… finished career as the all-time leading scorer in OHS history, amassing over 2,000 points… took home three All-District First-Team honors at the 4-A level… as a sophomore, led his team to its first district title in 24 years while averaging 18 points per game… finished his career with two total district championships.

SEASON / CAREER STATS

Personal: Son of Bridget and Stanley Smith… born January 31, 1998… full name is Maverick Lee Smith. Academic: Pursuing a master’s degree in professional studies… earned his bachelor’s degree in management from Tulane University in May 2016. Points Season Career Rebounds Season Career Assists Season Career Blocks Season Career Steals Season Career Minutes Season Career Field Goals Made Season Career Field Goals Attempted Season Career 3-Pt. Field Goals Made Season Career 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted Season Career Free Throws Made Season Career Free Throws Attempted Season Career -

CAREER STATS

GP-GS MIN AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2017-18 0-0 0 0.0 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0 0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 CAREER

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THE PLAYERS

3 COREY TILLERY

SEASON / CAREER STATS

SO Guard | 6-0 | 165 | Atlanta, Ga. | Armstrong State

Points Season Career 36 vs. Augusta (1/25/17)* Rebounds Season Career 8 at USC Aiken (2/6/17)* Assists Season Career 5 vs. Point (12/30/16)* Blocks Season Career 2 at Saint Leo (11/22/16)* Steals Season Career 3 vs. Coastal Georgia (11/16/16)* Minutes Season Career 49 vs. Lander (2/8/17)* Field Goals Made Season Career 12 vs. Augusta (1/25/17)*

2016-17 (R-Freshman – Armstrong State): Tillery played in all 28 games, making 27 starts while averaging a team-high 34.5 minutes per game… led the Pirates in scoring with 18.4 points per game while also averaging 3.4 rebounds and 1.4 assists per game… scoring average increased to 21.0 points per game in league play… knocked down a school-record 97 3-pointers on the year, firing 42.7 percent from beyond the arc on a whopping 227 attempts… also shot 44.3 percent from the field and 86.0 percent from the charity stripe… racked up 27 steals… led the Peach Belt Conference in triples made while also ranking fifth in scoring, fourth in free throw percentage and seventh in 3-point percentage… erupted for a season-high 36 points with a 10-for-13 showing from downtown against Augusta College (Jan. 25)… knocked down 8-of-13 3-point attempts the contest prior at Lander College (Jan. 21), accounting for a then-season best 34 points… corralled a season-best eight rebounds against USC Aiken (Jan. 18)… scored in double figures 26 times while accounting for 20+ points in 11 games… knocked down five or more triples in seven contests… became the first ASU player named PBC Freshman of the Year. 2015-16 (Freshman – Armstrong State): Tillery sat out the 2015-16 season as a redshirt. High School: Tillery lettered four years at Douglas County High School in Douglasville, Ga…. averaged 10.2 points per game as a senior… set the season 3-point record as a senior… earned All-County First Team and All-Region Honorable Mention honors… helped lead DCHS to three straight appearances in the state tournament sweet 16… also helped lead DCHS to the 2014 region championship… averaged 13 points per game and shot 42 percent from 3-point range during his career. Personal: Son of Tonya and Gary Tillery… born January 22, 1997… full name is Corey Allen Tillery… father, Gary, played football at Auburn. Academic: Majoring in interdisciplinary studies… named to the PBC Presidential Honor Roll once. Honors & Awards: 2016-17 Peach PBC Freshman of the Year 2016-17 All-PBC Second Team 2016-17 PBC Player of the Week (Jan. 30)

Field Goals Attempted Season Career 20 at Flagler (2/2/17)* 3-Pt. Field Goals Made Season Career 10 vs. Augusta (1/25/17)* 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted Season Career 15 at Flagler (2/2/17)* Free Throws Made Season Career 12 vs. UNC Pembroke (2/15/17)* Free Throws Attempted Season Career 14 vs. UNC Pembroke (2/15/17)*

CAREER STATS

*at Armstrong State

GP-GS MIN AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2016-17* 28-27 965 34.5 163-368 .443 97-227 .427 92-107 .860 26 69 95 3.4 53-0 38 53 7 27 515 18.4 2017-18 0-0 0 0.0 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0 0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 CAREER 28-27 965 34.5 163-368 .443 97-227 .427 92-107 .860 26 69 95 3.4 53-0 38 53 7 27 515 18.4

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THE PLAYERS

4 ALEKSA JUGOVIC

SEASON / CAREER STATS

SR Guard | 6-3 | 185 | Leskovac, Serbia | Hamilton Heights Christian Academy

Points Season Career 30 three times, last at TSU (1/19/17) Rebounds Season Career 7 vs. Robert Morris (11/27/15) Assists Season Career 8 vs. SIUE (1/2/16) Blocks Season Career 2 at Michigan State (12/10/16) Steals Season Career 5 at Belmont (1/21/17) Minutes Season Career 48 vs. Murray State (3/1/17) Field Goals Made Season Career 10 at UT Martin (1/13/16) Field Goals Attempted Season Career 18 at Tennessee State (1/19/17) 3-Pt. Field Goals Made Season Career 7 three times, last at LIP (12/1/16) 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted Season Career 12 two times, last at SEMO (1/10/17) Free Throws Made Season Career 11 at Tennessee State (1/19/17) Free Throws Attempted Season Career 11 at Tennessee State (1/19/17)

2016-17 (Junior): Jugovic started all 32 games while leading the team with 35.1 minutes per game... led the team in scoring, averaging 15.2 points per game to rank 11th in the OVC... led the league and ranked 10th nationally in free throw percentage, hitting at the third-highest mark in program history of 90.8 percent... knocked down a team-high 82 3-pointers on the year, the sixth most in school history... ranked second on the team with 2.1 assists per game while adding 2.6 rebounds per game... blocked a career-high five shots on the year and tallied 25 steals... shot 36.0 percent from 3-point range on 228 attempts... tied his career-high twice on the year, dropping 30 points at Lipscomb (Dec. 1) and at Tennessee State (Jan. 19)... also tied his careerbest total of seven 3-pointers against the Bisons, setting the program record for most consecutive treys with seven straight... scored 17 of Tech’s final 25 points in an overtime win at Tennessee State (Jan. 19), including the first 11 points in the extra period... also finished a perfect 11-for-11 from the charity stripe in the game, the third-most attempts on a perfect night at the line in program history... became the 35th member of Tech’s 1,000-point club with 17 at Jacksonville State (Feb. 18)... also hit the game-tying and winning free throws in overtime in the contest... played a career-high 48 minutes in Tech’s double overtime loss to Murray State (Mar. 1) in the OVC Tournament... led the team in scoring 15 times and in 3-pointers made 18 times... scored in double figures 24 times on the year, including 10 times with at least 20 points... made a 3-pointer in 12 straight games (Nov. 22-Dec. 22)... drilled at least three 3-pointers in 16 contests... sank 27-of-28 free throws in the final four minutes and overtime of games on the year. 2015-16 (Sophomore): Jugovic started all 31 games while ranking second on the team with 31.7 minutes per game... burst onto the scene to average 12.1 points per game, more than double his freshman scoring average... ranked second on the squad with 89 assists and averaged 2.3 rebounds per game... ranked fifth in the OVC in 3-point percentage and first among players with at least 150 attempts, firing at a 42.0 percent clip, which also ranked as the fifth-highest single-season mark in program history... also ranked third in the league with an 86.5 free throw percentage... led the Golden Eagles with 26 steals on the year and shot 44.8 percent from the field... dropped a career-high 30 points against Eastern Kentucky (Feb. 27) while tying his careerbest mark with seven 3-pointers... also hit seven treys against Southeast Missouri (Jan. 16), scoring 27 points... scored 20 or more points in eight contests and posted double figures in 23 games... dished out a career-high eight assists against SIUE (Jan. 2) and hauled in a career-best seven rebounds against Robert Morris (Nov. 27)... played all 40 minutes at Morehead State (Jan. 21), the most of his career... led the team in scoring nine times, in assists 15 times, in 3-pointers made 18 times, and in steals 19 times... converted 18 of 20 free throw attempts in the final four minutes of games on the year. 2014-15 (Freshman): Jugovic played in all 30 games as a true freshman, making three starts while averaging a freshman-high 17.9 minutes per game… averaged 5.8 points and 1.2 rebounds on the year while ranking third on the team with 60 assists… led the squad with an assist/turnover ratio of 1.7… also led the team in free throw percentage with mark of 81.4 percent… finished third on the team with a 3-point percentage of 34.4 and connected on 41.5 percent of his field goal attempts… collected 23 steals on the year, ranking third on the squad… tallied a season-high 18 points at Morehead State (Feb. 26), including a season-best seven free throws… dished out a season-high six assists at UMKC (Dec. 22)… posted double-digit scoring efforts six times and led the team in assists nine times and in steals eight times… connected on at least one 3-pointer in 10 consecutive games from Nov. 26 to Dec. 29… played a season-high 32 minutes at Eastern Kentucky (Feb. 28)… knocked down eight out of 10 free throw attempts in the final four minutes of contests on the year. High School: Jugovic spent one year playing for head coach Zach Ferrell at Hamilton Heights Christian Academy… in 38 games, averaged 14.5 points, 5.9 assists, 1.9 steals and 1.6 rebounds per game… started 35 games and scored in double figures in 30 of them… tallied 20+ points in eight contests, including a season-high 34 against New Faith Christian Academy (Dec. 7)… totaled four double-doubles on the year, narrowly missing a triple-double at Oak Hill Academy (Feb. 21) where he scored 19 points, pulled down 10 rebounds, and blocked a season-high nine shots… dished out a season-best mark of 12 assists against Sequoyah HS (Dec. 10)… drilled a season-high six 3-pointers to finish with 31 points and added 10 dimes… led HHCA to a 34-7 mark on the year. Personal: Son of Milojlo and Vesno Jugovic… born March 30, 1995… full name is Aleksa Mihaljlo Jugovic… born in Lescovac, Serbia… between his junior and senior year, started on Serbia’s U-18 national team that competed in the FIBA Europe U-18 Championships… led the team to a 6-4 record, dishing out a team-best 3.2 assists and making a team-high 1.5 steals per game… averaged a team-high 30.2 minutes per game, scoring 8.4 points and pulling down 3.4 rebounds per contest. Academic: Majoring in EXPW/fitness and wellness… named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll twice and the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll once. Honors & Awards: 2017-18 Preseason All-OVC Team 2016-17 Preseason All-OVC Team 2014-15 Three-Time OVC Freshman of the Week (Dec. 1, Dec. 29, Mar. 2)

CAREER STATS

GP-GS MIN AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2014-15 30-3 538 17.9 54-130 .415 31-90 .344 35-43 .814 4 33 37 1.2 45-0 60 35 1 23 174 5.8 2015-16 31-31 982 31.7 120-268 .448 71-169 .420 64-74 .865 3 69 72 2.3 53-0 89 48 1 26 375 12.1 2016-17 32-32 1122 35.1 148-372 .398 82-228 .360 108-119 .908 13 69 82 2.6 50-1 68 58 5 25 486 15.2 2017-18 0-0 0 0.0 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0 0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 TOTAL 93-66 2642 28.4 322-770 .418 184-487 .378 207-236 .877 20 171 191 2.1 148-1 217 141 7 74 1035 11.1

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5 JOAN DURAN

JR Forward | 6-8 | 230 | Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic | Eastern Florida State JC

SEASON / CAREER STATS

2016-17 (Sophomore – Eastern Florida State College): Duran competed in 34 games, making nine starts and averaging 19.5 minutes… averaged 9.4 points, 5.2 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game… shot 52.7 percent from the floor while knocking down 37.7 percent of his attempts from beyond the arc and 66.2 percent from the charity stripe… recorded a career-high 27 points at Indian River State College (Feb. 15)… posted 26 points while hitting 8-of-10 free throws against Indian River State College (Feb. 1)… corralled a season-best 11 rebounds against Northwest Florida State College (Dec. 11)… totaled 16 double-digit scoring efforts on the year.

Points Season Career Rebounds Season Career Assists Season Career Blocks Season Career Steals Season Career Minutes Season Career Field Goals Made Season Career -

2015-16 (Freshman – Eastern Florida State College): Duran played in 32 games, making 20 starts and averaging 17.8 minutes… averaged 5.0 points and 5.5 rebounds per game… shot 50.0 percent from the field… managed 55 assists to just 52 turnovers for a 1.1 ratio… scored a seasonhigh 19 points on 7-for-10 shooting at Broward College (Jan. 25)… snatched a whopping total of 18 rebounds in a blowout victory over Red Devil Academy (Nov. 4)… also scored 12 points to post his first career double-double… recorded four steals against USC Salkehatchie (Oct. 30)… scored in double figures six times and hauled in double-digit rebounds twice. High School: Duran played his senior season at Hamilton Heights High School for head coach Zach Ferrell… in 32 games, averaged 9.9 points and 6.3 rebounds… recorded five double-doubles on the year… scored a season-high 21 points against Lighthouse Christian HS (Feb. 14)… snagged a season-best 12 rebounds against Brainerd HS (Jan. 22) and at Oak Hill HS (Feb. 9)… shot an impressive 86.2 percent from the charity stripe… posted 31 steals and 17 blocks. Personal: Son of Juana Teresa Duran… born April 8, 1996… full name is Cristain Joan Duran… born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic… mother, Juana, was a member of the D.R. women’s national team… originally committed to Middle Tennessee out of high school and to Chattanooga following his time at EFSJC… was a member of the D.R.’s U-18 national team, which finished third at the U-18 Americas championships in June of 2014… competed with the U-19 national team at the FIBA U-19 world championships in 2015. Academic: Majoring in interdisciplinary studies. Honors & Awards: 2016-17 FCSAA All-Southern Conference First Team

Field Goals Attempted Season Career 3-Pt. Field Goals Made Season Career 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted Season Career Free Throws Made Season Career Free Throws Attempted Season Career -

CAREER STATS

GP-GS MIN AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2017-18 0-0 0 0.0 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0 0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 CAREER

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10 KAJON MACK

SEASON / CAREER STATS

GR Guard | 6-3 | 190 | Los Angeles, Calif. | Tulane

Points Season Career 24 vs. Belmont (2/11/17) Rebounds Season Career 12 vs. Belmont (2/11/17) Assists Season Career 7 two times, last vs. JSU (1/14/17) Blocks Season Career 2 five times, last at JSU (2/18/17) Steals Season Career 5 at Rice (2/23/13)* Minutes Season Career 44 at Jacksonville State (2/18/17) Field Goals Made Season Career 8 vs. Belmont (2/11/17) Field Goals Attempted Season Career 17 vs. Central Michigan (11/14/16) 3-Pt. Field Goals Made Season Career 4 at SIUE (12/31/16) 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted Season Career 6 two times, last vs. MUR (3/1/17) Free Throws Made Season Career 7 three times, last vs. BEL (2/11/17) Free Throws Attempted Season Career 12 vs. Lipscomb (12/17/16)

CAREER STATS

2016-17 (Senior): Mack started all 32 games, averaging 30.3 minutes per game... led the team with 5.0 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 1.3 steals per game... ranked second on the squad with 11.8 points per game and 17 blocks... finished second on the team, among qualifiers, with a 44.6 field goal percentage... shot 73.9 percent from the charity stripe and 35.6 percent from downtown... dropped a career-high 24 points while helping Tech hand Belmont (Feb. 11) its only conference loss of the season... also hauled in a career-high 12 rebounds in the contest while recording his first career double-double... dished out a career-best seven assists at Ohio (Nov. 25) and against Jacksonville State (Jan. 14)... played a career-most 44 minutes in an overtime victory at Jacksonville State (Feb. 18)... made back-to-back steals and layups in the final 20 seconds of regulation to force overtime in the same contest... knocked down a career-high four 3-pointers at SIUE (Dec. 31)... made the game-tying dunk with one second remaining to force the first of two overtimes against Murray State (Mar. 1) in the OVC Tournament... registered two or more blocks in four contests and posted four steals twice... became the first player in program history to lead the team in assists and rebounds... led the team in scoring four times, in rebounds 10 times, in assists 12 times, and in steals 14 times... scored in double figures 21 times... posted five or more rebounds 13 times, five or more assists six times and three or more steals five time... snagged double-digits in rebounds a team-best three times. 2015-16 (Junior – Tulane): Mack played in five games, missing the first 10 contests of the season recovering from a knee injury in suffered in the preseason… made season debut at No. 11 North Carolina (Dec. 16), posting four points and two rebounds in just two minutes of action… recorded two points, two assists and two steals at Mississippi State (Dec. 19)… had three assists and bucket against Southern Miss (Dec. 22)… corralled three rebounds and dished out two assists at Houston (Jan. 5)… did not play the remainder of the season due to injury. 2014-15 (R-Sophomore – Tulane): Mack participated in all 31 games, including one start, while averaging 14.2 minutes per game… averaged 3.3 points and 2.3 rebounds per game… posted 22 assists, 15 steals and six blocks… connected on 75.0 percent from the charity stripe… shot 41.9 percent from the field… notched a season-high 12 points against Southern-New Orleans (Nov. 22)… hauled in a career-high seven boards against USF (Jan. 11)… dished out a season-best two assists five times and made a season-high two steals three times… played a season-most 23 minutes against Wake Forest (Nov. 17) and at Memphis (Jan. 3)… made his lone start of the season against Tennessee Tech (Nov. 30). 2013-14 (Sophomore – Tulane): Mack sat out the 2013-14 season as a redshirt due to an ankle injury. 2012-13 (Freshman – Tulane): Mack played in 29 games, making seven starts and averaging 9.8 minutes per game… averaged 2.7 points and 1.2 rebounds per game… totaled 16 assists, 16 steals and three blocks… shot 80.0 percent from the free throw line and 42.4 percent from the floor… scored his first collegiate points on a dunk against Chicago State (Nov. 18)… posted eight points, three rebounds and two assists in his first career start against Marshall (Feb. 6)… scored four points and blocked a shot at San Diego (Dec. 8) while playing in his home state for the first time… torched the nets for a season-high 16 points against Houston (Mar. 9), adding three rebounds… filled the stat sheet at Rice (Feb. 23), scoring six points, grabbing six boards and making a season-best five steals… scored nine points in Tulane’s CIT victory against South Alabama (Mar. 20). High School: Mack was a three-sport athlete at Juniper Serra High School, lettering in basketball, football and track… played for head coach Dwan Hurt, averaging 16 points, four rebounds, four assists and three steals per game in three years… named team captain as a senior, earning his second straight team MVP honors… named to All-Marine League as a junior and senior… collected All-State and All-City honors as a senior… helped guide his team to league and regional titles as a senior with a 34-3 record… Won both the CIF and state titles as a sophomore. Personal: Son of Perry and the late Brenda Mack… born October 18, 1994… full name is Kajon Rashod Mack. Academic: Pursuing a master’s degree in professional studies… earned his bachelor’s degree in management from Tulane University in May 2016... named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll twice and to the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll once... OVC Medal of Honor recipient for 2016-17. Honors & Awards: 2016-17 President’s Award 2016-17 OVC Newcomer of the Week (Jan. 9)

*at Tulane / Sat out the 2013-14 season as a redshirt due to injury

GP-GS MIN AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2012-13* 29-7 284 9.8 28-66 .424 9-28 .321 12-15 .800 15 20 35 1.2 22-0 16 15 3 16 77 2.7 2014-15* 31-1 439 14.2 39-93 .419 8-35 .229 15-20 .750 8 64 72 2.3 44-0 22 30 6 15 101 3.3 2015-16* 5-0 51 10.2 4-15 .267 0-3 .000 0-3 .000 0 9 9 1.8 4-0 7 3 0 3 8 1.6 2016-17 32-32 968 30.3 127-285 .446 36-101 .356 88-119 .739 46 114 160 5.0 80-2 90 60 17 43 378 11.8 2017-18 0-0 0 0.0 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0 0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 CAREER 97-40 1742 18.0 198-459 .431 53-167 .317 115-157 .732 69 207 276 2.8 150-2 135 108 26 77 564 5.8

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11 MICAIAH HENRY

SO Center | 6-9 | 235 | Decatur, Ga. | Columbia HS

SEASON / CAREER STATS

2016-17 (R-Freshman): Henry played in all 32 games, making five starts while averaging 13.5 minutes… averaged 3.3 points and 2.4 rebounds per game… led the team with 39 blocks, the second most by a freshman in program history… shot 53.7 percent from the field… scored a seasonhigh 15 points in his Golden Eagle debut, finishing 7-for-10 from the field with five rebounds at Georgia Tech (Nov. 11)… also scored 12 points on 6-for-7 shooting at Jacksonville State (Feb. 18)… grabbed a season-best six rebounds against Hiwassee College (Nov. 28)… blocked at least three shots five times… led Tech in blocks a team-best 18 times. 2015-16 (Freshman): Henry sat out the 2015-16 season as a redshirt. Points Season Career 15 at Georgia Tech (11/11/16) Rebounds Season Career 6 vs. Hiwassee College (11/28/16) Assists Season Career 1 seven times, last vs. UTM (2/1/17) Blocks Season Career 3 five times, last vs. BEL (2/11/17)

High School: Henry lettered at Columbia High School (Ga.) under head coach Kerry Sandifer… averaged 16 points, 11 rebounds and seven blocks as a senior, producing numerous double-doubles and several triple-doubles… posted a monster 26-point, 20-rebound and 13-block performance towards the end of his final regular season… just missed a triple-double in the CHS’s regional semifinal contest, recording 10 points, 16 boards and nine rejections… helped his team to a TBCA Thanksgiving Classic title and was named All-Tournament at the Chik-Fil-A Basketball Classic as well as First-Team All-Region as a senior… graduated in the top five percent of his class. Personal: Son of Demetra Henry… born October 16, 1997… full name is Micaiah Elisha Henry. Academic: Majoring in basic business… named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll once.

Steals Season Career 1 four times, last vs. UTM (2/1/17) Minutes Season Career 26 at Georgia Tech (11/11/16) Field Goals Made Season Career 7 at Georgia Tech (11/11/16) Field Goals Attempted Season Career 10 at Georgia Tech (11/11/16) 3-Pt. Field Goals Made Season Career 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted Season Career Free Throws Made Season Career 3 at Lipscomb (12/1/16) Free Throws Attempted Season Career 5 at Lipscomb (12/1/16)

CAREER STATS

GP-GS MIN AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2015-16 REDSHIRTED 2016-17 32-5 432 13.5 44-82 .537 0-0 .000 18-41 .439 39 39 78 2.4 92-4 7 33 39 5 106 3.3 2017-18 0-0 0 0.0 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0 0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 TOTAL 32-5 432 13.5 44-82 .537 0-0 .000 18-41 .439 39 39 78 2.4 92-4 7 33 39 5 106 3.3

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14 STEPHAUN ADAMS

JR Guard | 6-2 | 175 | St. Thomas, Virgin Islands | Motlow State CC

SEASON / CAREER STATS

2016-17 (Sophomore): Adams played in all 32 games, making five starts while averaging 14.9 minutes… averaged 3.4 points, 2.7 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game… shot 73.8 percent from the free throw line and posted a 1.38 assist/turnover ratio… scored a season-high 11 points against Belmont (Feb. 11)… tallied a season-high six rebounds in his first career start, playing a season-most 33 minutes and scoring nine points at SIUE (Dec. 31)… matched the rebound total of six versus Murray State (Mar. 1) at the OVC Tournament… collected a season-best six assists with 10 points against Sam Houston State (Nov. 20)… made a season-high four steals at Lipscomb (Dec. 1)… scored in double figures four times.

Points Season Career 11 vs. Belmont (2/11/17) Rebounds Season Career 6 two times, last vs. MUR (3/1/17) Assists Season Career 6 vs. Sam Houston State (11/20/16) Blocks Season Career 1 at Tennessee (12/13/16) Steals Season Career 4 at Lipscomb (12/1/16) Minutes Season Career 33 at SIUE (12/31/16) Field Goals Made Season Career 4 vs. Eastern Kentucky (1/28/17) Field Goals Attempted Season Career 11 vs. Sam Houston State (11/20/16)

2015-16 (Freshman – Motlow State CC): Adams played and started in 29 games, averaging over 22 minutes per game… averaged 10.1 points and 5.3 rebounds per game… also averaged 5.7 assists and 3.2 steals per game… converted 85.0 percent of his free throw attempts and shot 40.7 percent from beyond the arc… owned a solid 2.9 assist to turnover ratio for the year… scored a season-high 22 points three times, at Roane State (Dec. 5), at Southwest Tennessee (Feb. 10), and against Columbia State (Feb. 17)… hauled in a season-best 10 rebounds against Dyersburg State (Jan. 16)… dished out a season-high 12 assists at Snead State (Nov. 2) and against Bryan College (Jan. 19)… finished a steal away from a double-double against Bryan College, racking up a seasonhigh nine swipes… posted a wild stat line of 22 points, seven boards, six assists and five steals against Columbia State (Feb. 17)… scored in double figures 15 times on the year… tallied 10 or more assists three times and at least five steals six times… named First-Team All-Tournament and earned Second-Team All-TCCAA honors. High School: Adams attended and lettered in basketball at Ivanna Eudora Kean High School in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands… graduated with honors from IEKHS. Personal: Son of Stephanie Adams and Melvine Adams Sr.… born November 20, 1996… full name is Stephaun Adams… born in St. Croix of the U.S. Virgin Islands and is a native of St. Thomas, Virgin Islands… competed for the U.S. Virgin Islands national team in the 2017 FIBA AmeriCup Championships. Academic: Majoring in sociology with a concentration in social work… named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll twice and to the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll once. Honors & Awards: 2015-16 TCCAA/Region VII All-Tournament First Team 2015-16 All-TCCAA Second Team

3-Pt. Field Goals Made Season Career 2 two times, last at EKU (2/25/17) 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted Season Career 4 vs. Sam Houston State (11/20/16) Free Throws Made Season Career 3 five times, last vs. BEL (2/11/17) Free Throws Attempted Season Career 5 two times, last at SIUE (12/31/16)

CAREER STATS

GP-GS MIN AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2016-17 32-5 478 14.9 32-98 .327 13-40 .325 31-42 .738 17 68 85 2.7 56-0 58 42 1 22 108 3.4 2017-18 0-0 0 0.0 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0 0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 TOTAL 32-5 478 14.9 32-98 .327 13-40 .325 31-42 .738 17 68 85 2.7 56-0 58 42 1 22 108 3.4

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15 CURTIS PHILLIPS JR. SR Forward | 6-5 | 185 | Memphis, Tenn. | Campbell

SEASON / CAREER STATS

2016-17 (Junior): Phillips sat out the first 10 games of the 2016-17 season due to NCAA transfer rules… played in all of Tech’s remaining 22 games, starting the final eight while averaging 22.9 minutes per game… averaged 8.9 points and 3.8 rebounds per game… shot 76.2 percent from the charity stripe while averaging 1.0 steals per game… scored nine points on 4-for-6 shooting in his Golden Eagle debut at Michigan State (Dec. 10)… posted a season-high 19 points in Tech’s home victory over Belmont (Feb. 11)… corralled a season-best 10 rebounds to record his first doubledouble in a Tech uniform against Murray State (Mar. 1) in the OVC Tournament… scored in double figures nine times on the year, including five of the final seven games.

Points Season Career 24 at Longwood (2/28/15)* Rebounds Season Career 12 vs. Colgate (11/22/14)* Assists Season Career 5 vs. Coastal Carolina (11/28/15)* Blocks Season Career 2 three times, last vs. MUR (1/7/17) Steals Season Career 5 vs. Morgan State (11/21/15)* Minutes Season Career 39 vs. Gardner-Webb (3/4/15)* Field Goals Made Season Career 9 vs. Gardner-Webb (3/4/15)*

2015-16 (Sophomore – Campbell): Phillips played made seven starts and played in eight games before mutually agreeing to part ways with Campbell… sat out the second semester due to NCAA rules after transferring to Tennessee Tech in December… averaged 8.1 points and 4.1 rebounds over 26.0 minutes per game… tallied 13 assists and eight steals… dropped a season-high 14 points in the season opener against Montreat (Nov. 13)… posted season-best totals of seven rebounds and five steals against Morgan State (Nov. 21)… dished out a season-high five assists while scoring 11 points and grabbing five boards against Coastal Carolina (Nov. 28)… scored in double figures three times. 2014-15 (Freshman – Campbell): Phillips made 15 starts while appearing in all 32 games and averaging 23.5 minutes per game… averaged 8.6 points and 4.2 rebounds per game… totaled 31 assists, 29 steals and 12 blocks… shot 71.3 percent from the charity stripe and 37.0 percent from downtown… scored a season-high 24 points and totaled a season-best four steals in the team’s regular season finale at Longwood (Feb. 28)… corralled a season-best 12 rebounds against Colgate (Nov. 22)… posted a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds against Winthrop (Feb. 26)… dished out a season-high four assists at Gardner-Webb (Feb. 6)… scored in double figures 13 times and posted 20 or more points in his final two games of the season. High School: Phillips lettered at White Station High School… as a senior started at forward for the nation’s 22nd –ranked team, according to USA Today… averaged 10.2 points and 4.7 rebounds per game as a senior for a squad that finished 30-3 overall… led his team to a TSSAA District 16 title and a TSSAA Region 8 runner-up finish… as a junior, averaged 11 points and seven rebounds for WSHS, which finished 22-6… was one of four members of his team that signed with Division I programs.

Field Goals Attempted Season Career 19 vs. Gardner-Webb (3/4/15)*

Personal: Son of Daphne Hull and Curtis Phillips… born February 1, 1996… full name is Curtis Jerome Phillips.

3-Pt. Field Goals Made Season Career 4 at Longwood (2/28/15)*

Academic: Majoring in business management… named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll once.

3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted Season Career 9 at Longwood (2/28/15)*

Honors & Awards: 2014-15 Big South All-Freshman Team 2014-15 Two-Time Big South Freshman of the Week (Dec. 1, Mar. 1)

Free Throws Made Season Career 6 two times, last vs. MSU (11/21/15)* Free Throws Attempted Season Career 9 vs. Morgan State (11/21/15)*

CAREER STATS

*at Campbell

GP-GS MIN AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2014-15* 32-15 750 23.4 84-222 .378 44-119 .370 62-87 .713 37 96 133 4.2 74-1 31 48 12 29 274 8.6 2015-16* 8-7 208 26.0 23-66 .348 8-30 .267 11-21 .524 4 29 33 4.1 16-0 13 7 1 8 65 8.1 2016-17 21-7 469 22.3 60-143 .420 17-53 .321 43-56 .768 16 57 73 3.5 53-2 25 37 7 21 180 8.6 2017-18 0-0 0 0.0 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0 0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 CAREER 62-30 1462 23.6 172-444 .387 70-207 .338 121-171 .708 59 190 249 4.0 147-3 72 92 20 59 535 8.6

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20 HUNTER VICK

SEASON / CAREER STATS

FR Guard | 6-4 | 170 | Camden, Tenn. | Camden Central HS High School: Vick was a four-year letterwinner at Camden Central High School… took home AllState honors as a junior and senior, as well as District 11-AA MVP honors both seasons… earned All-District honors four times while leading CCHS to three straight district titles… named to the All-West Tennessee First Team as a senior and All-West Tennessee Second Team as a junior… collected Region 6-AA MVP accolades as a senior while being named to the 6-AA All-Region Team for the fourth straight year… also was named Region 6-AA Newcomer of the Year as a freshman… finished career with 2,160 points and over 300 made 3-pointers on 42 percent shooting… averaged 23.7 points, 5.2 rebounds and 4.8 assists as a senior… also averaged 26.9 points 8.0 rebounds, 4.8 assists and 3.0 steals as a junior. Points Season Career Rebounds Season Career -

Personal: Son of Tracy and Stephen Vick… born October 23, 1998… full name is Hunter Lee Vick… father, Stephen, played basketball at Union University while Tech head coach Steve Payne was an assistant coach. Academic: Majoring in basic business.

Assists Season Career Blocks Season Career Steals Season Career Minutes Season Career Field Goals Made Season Career Field Goals Attempted Season Career 3-Pt. Field Goals Made Season Career 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted Season Career Free Throws Made Season Career Free Throws Attempted Season Career -

CAREER STATS

GP-GS MIN AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2017-18 0-0 0 0.0 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0 0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 CAREER

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22 COURTNEY ALEXANDER II JR Forward | 6-7 | 205 | Mableton, Ga. | Whitefield Academy

SEASON / CAREER STATS

2016-17 (Sophomore): Alexander competed in 27 games, making eight starts while averaging 14.0 minutes per game… averaged 2.6 points and 3.8 rebounds per game… shot 47.4 percent from the floor… totaled 13 stelas, 14 blocks and 33 assists on the year… scored a season-high 12 points on a perfect 6-for-6 shooting against Alabama A&M (Nov. 17)… tied his career-high with 10 rebounds at Michigan State (Dec. 10)… dished out a career-high four assists against Hiwassee College (Nov. 28)… corralled five or more rebounds 11 times.

Points Season Career 14 vs. Mississippi Valley St. (11/29/15) Rebounds Season Career 10 two times, last at MSU (12/10/16) Assists Season Career 4 vs. Hiwassee College (11/28/16) Blocks Season Career 3 vs. UC Clermont (11/28/15) Steals Season Career 3 vs. Alabama A&M (11/17/16)

2015-16 (Freshman): Alexander played in 29 games, averaging 10.5 minutes per game… scored 1.6 points and grabbed 2.7 rebounds per game… totaled 12 assists and 12 blocks… shot 51.2 percent from the field… scored his first collegiate points on a dunk against Piedmont College (Nov. 14)… posted a season-best marks of 14 points and 10 rebounds for his first career double-double against Mississippi Valley State (Nov. 29)… blocked a season-high three shots against UC Clermont (Nov. 28)… hauled in five or more rebounds five times on the year. High School: Alexander lettered for head coach Tyrone Johnson at Whitefield Academy (Ga.)… averaged 15 points and 11 rebounds per game as a senior, leading his team to a 22-10 record… also added over two assists, two steals and one and a half blocks per game his final year… took home All-Region and All-State Second Team honors. Personal: Son of Joiel and Courtney Alexander Sr.… born May 8, 1997… full name is Courtney Jason Alexander II… father Courtney Alexander Sr. was selected 13th overall in 2000 NBA draft by Orlando Magic after leading the NCAA in scoring with 24.8 points per game as a senior at Fresno State. Academic: Majoring in EXPW/pre-physical therapy.

Minutes Season Career 29 two times, last vs. LIP (12/17/16) Field Goals Made Season Career 7 vs. Mississippi Valley St. (11/29/15) Field Goals Attempted Season Career 9 vs. Mississippi Valley St. (11/29/15) 3-Pt. Field Goals Made Season Career 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted Season Career Free Throws Made Season Career 5 at Southern (11/22/16) Free Throws Attempted Season Career 6 at Southern (11/22/16)

CAREER STATS

GP-GS MIN AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2015-16 29-0 304 10.5 21-41 .512 0-0 .000 5-22 .227 23 54 77 2.7 41-0 12 19 12 4 47 1.6 2016-17 27-8 378 14.0 27-57 .474 0-0 .000 15-36 .417 34 69 103 3.8 65-2 33 40 14 13 69 2.6 2017-18 0-0 0 0.0 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0 0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 CAREER 56-8 682 12.2 48-98 .490 0-0 .000 20-58 .345 57 123 180 3.2 106-2 45 59 26 17 116 2.1

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25 MASON RAMSEY

SEASON / CAREER STATS

SR Forward | 6-6 | 230 | Livingston, Tenn. | Livingston Academy 2016-17 (Junior): Ramsey started 30 times while appearing in all 32 games, averaging 26.5 minutes per game… averaged 9.5 points and 4.4 rebounds per game… led the team with a 50.6 shooting percentage from the field… ranked second on the team with 33 steals and led all big men with 42 assists… scored a career-high 19 points in back-to-back games against Murray State (Jan. 7) and at Southeast Missouri (Jan. 10)… hauled in a season-high 10 rebounds for his second career double-double at Eastern Illinois (Feb. 4)… tallied a career-high four steals both at Miami (Ohio) (Dec. 22) and at Southeast Missouri (Jan. 10)… scored in double figures 14 times, including five of the final seven games… led the team in rebounds nine times and posted five or more boards in 15 games. Points Season Career 19 two times, last at SEMO (1/10/17) Rebounds Season Career 14 vs. Piedmont Int’l (11/14/14) Assists Season Career 5 vs. Hiwassee College (11/28/16) Blocks Season Career 2 three times, last at TSU (1/19/17) Steals Season Career 4 two times, last at SEMO (1/10/17) Minutes Season Career 48 vs. Murray State (3/1/17) Field Goals Made Season Career 7 five times, last vs. MUR (3/1/17) Field Goals Attempted Season Career 13 at SIUE (12/31/16) 3-Pt. Field Goals Made Season Career 2 three times, last EKU (2/25/17) 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted Season Career 4 two times, last vs. BEL (2/21/15) Free Throws Made Season Career 5 four times, last at BEL (1/21/17)

2015-16 (Sophomore): Ramsey appeared in all 31 contests, making one start and averaging 16.4 minutes per game… averaged 5.7 points and 2.4 rebounds per game… shot an even 50 percent from the field and drained 74.0 percent of his free throw attempts… dished out 14 assists and posted 10 blocks and 17 steals… made his first collegiate start against Southeast Missouri (Jan. 16), recording 10 points, a season-high seven rebounds and two blocks… scored a season-best 17 points against UC Clermont (Nov. 28)… dropped 15 points against Jacksonville State (Feb. 13)… racked up 10 points a season-high three steals in Tech’s win over Belmont (Jan. 30)… scored in double figures five times on the year. 2014-15 (R-Freshman): Ramsey played in 26 games, averaging 9.3 minutes per game… shot 45.1 percent from the field while averaging 3.3 points per game… added 2.3 rebounds per contest… posted his first career double-double in his first career game, scoring a season-high 14 points and hauling in a season-best 14 rebounds against Piedmont International (Nov. 14)… posted his second double-digit scoring effort against Tennessee State (Feb. 12). 2013-14 (Freshman): Ramsey sat out the 2013-14 season as a redshirt after making the roster as a walk-on. High School: Ramsey was a four-year letter winner under Jimmy Miller at Livingston Academy… earned Region 4-AA MVP all four years while at LA… led his team to four region championships, three district championships, and three state tournament appearances… was nominated for the Class AA Mr. Basketball award as a senior… in his final season, averaged 23 points per game, 14 rebounds per game, and led his team to a 28-7 overall record… finished his career averaging a double-double with 16 points per contest and 12 boards per contest. Personal: Son of Lisa and John Ramsey… born November 16, 1994… full name is Mason Cole Ramsey… the cousin of former Tech football player Jeremy McDonald… married the former Rachel Eden, May 21, 2016. Academic: Pursuing a master’s degree in business administration… earned his bachelor’s degree in finance from Tech in May 2017... named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll eight times and the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll three times. Honors & Awards: 2015-16 President’s Award 2014-15 President’s Award 2014-15 OVC Freshman of the Week (Nov. 17)

Free Throws Attempted Season Career 9 at Southeast Missouri (1/10/17)

CAREER STATS

GP-GS MIN AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2013-14 REDSHIRTED 2014-15 26-0 242 9.3 32-71 .451 9-33 .273 13-19 .684 25 35 60 2.3 48-2 10 13 1 8 86 3.3 2015-16 31-1 507 16.4 65-130 .500 11-36 .306 37-50 .740 25 50 75 2.4 88-7 14 18 10 17 178 5.7 2016-17 32-30 847 26.5 118-233 .506 4-23 .174 63-99 .636 65 75 140 4.4 113-9 42 53 10 33 303 9.5 2017-18 0-0 0 0.0 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0 0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 TOTAL 89-31 1596 17.9 215-434 .495 24-92 .261 113-168 .673 115 160 275 3.1 249-18 66 84 21 58 567 6.4

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33 DOMEN OMLADIČ

FR Forward | 6-8 | 240 | Žalec, Slovenia | Šolski Center Velenje

SEASON / CAREER STATS

High School: Omladic was a four-year honor roll student at Šolski Center Velenje in Valenje, Slovenia, earning student of the class honors in 2014. Personal: Son of Bojana and Matjaz Omladic… born February 15, 1998… full name is Domen Omladic… born in Celje, Slovenia and is a native of Zalec, Slovenia… played for the U-14 and U-16 national teams in the European Championships, earning top-five player status on the U-14 team… his U-14 team ranked fourth in Slovenia while his U-17 team ranked third in the country… competed on the U-19 team, ranking as the best scorer… called up to the U-20 team one year early… invited to participate in the 2017 Adidas Eurocamp. Points Season Career -

Academic: Majoring in basic business.

Rebounds Season Career Assists Season Career Blocks Season Career Steals Season Career Minutes Season Career Field Goals Made Season Career Field Goals Attempted Season Career 3-Pt. Field Goals Made Season Career 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted Season Career Free Throws Made Season Career Free Throws Attempted Season Career -

CAREER STATS

GP-GS MIN AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2017-18 0-0 0 0.0 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0 0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 CAREER

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54 CADE CROSLAND

SO Guard | 6-0 | 180 | Sparta, Tenn. | Chattanooga State CC

SEASON / CAREER STATS

2016-17 (Freshman – Chattanooga State CC): Crosland played in 25 games… averaged 4.7 points and 1.8 rebounds per game… shot 42.1 percent from the field, 36.6 percent from 3-point range and 66.7 percent from the charity stripe… dropped a season-high 17 points against King College (Feb. 6), sinking 5-of-7 attempts from deep… scored 15 points on 4-for-11 shooting from beyond the arc at Hiwassee College (Nov. 7)… scored in double figures three times… hit at least one triple in 16 games. High School: Crosland lettered at White County High School for head coach Eric Mitchell… led WCHS to a region title as a junior and to a district title as a senior. Points Season Career Rebounds Season Career -

Personal: Son of Tracy and Bill Crosland… born January 12, 1998… full name is William Cade Crosland. Academic: Majoring in communications with a concentration in journalism.

Assists Season Career Blocks Season Career Steals Season Career Minutes Season Career Field Goals Made Season Career Field Goals Attempted Season Career 3-Pt. Field Goals Made Season Career 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted Season Career Free Throws Made Season Career Free Throws Attempted Season Career -

CAREER STATS

GP-GS MIN AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2017-18 0-0 0 0.0 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0-0 -- 0 0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 CAREER

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THE COACHING STAFF He led the Tech program back to back Ohio Valley Conference tournament in 2013-14, posting a 17-16 overall record just one season after missing post season play with a 12-17 mark in an injury-plagued 2012-13 campaign. Tech fought its way to a 9-7 record in OVC play in 2013-14, grabbing the No. 5 seed after finishing fourth in a stacked East Division. Payne led the group to a first-round victory over SIUE. The head coach orchestrated a 19-14 record in 2011-12, going 9-7 in league play and leading the Tech squad to an OVC tournament first-round win over Southeast Missouri. The Golden Eagles also made their sixth post-season appearance that year, playing in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament. Payne came to Tech in 2002 as assistant coach under Mike Sutton, and was the top assistant on the staff for nine years, rising to the post of associate head coach. Although he filled the role as Tech's top assistant coach, Payne found himself vaulted into a much more demanding role when Sutton was sidelined for the early portion of the 2005 season after being stricken with Guillain-Barre Syndrome.

Head Coach, Seventh Season at Tech

STEVE PAYNE Steve Payne is in his seventh season as the head coach of the Tennessee Tech men's basketball team, and 16th overall as a member of the Golden Eagle program. Payne served as the associate head coach for Tech from 2002-2011 prior to taking over the helm of the program for the 2011-12 season. The Tech squad battled to an 8-8 mark in Ohio Valley Conference play in 2016-17, despite another season in the stacked East Division of the league. The Golden Eagles ranked in the top-five of the league in most defensive statistial categories on their way back to the OVC Tournament for the second straight year.

With Payne handling the day-to-day operations of the program, the Golden Eagles raced out to an 8-2 start with its only losses coming at Dayton and Cincinnati. Payne continued to handle a major portion of the coaching duties for the balance of the year, helping to lead Tech to an 18-11 record and the semifinals of the OVC Tournament. Following the 2005-06 season, Payne was recognized for the role he played in Tech’s success while Sutton began his recovery. He was named OVC Coach of the Year by CollegeInsider.com and CBSsportsline.com. Both awards, which are usually given to head coaches, were unusual – but welldeserved – recognition for the assistant coach. Payne was also listed as one of 15 finalists for the 2006 Hugh Durham Award honoring the mid-major Coach of the Year. During the 2010-11 season alone, Payne – who was named the 2011 Top Assistant Coach in the Ohio Valley Conference by FoxSports.com – headed the Golden Eagles on two Ohio Valley Conference road trips in Sutton’s absence, and guided the team to three wins in four games. In his nine years, Payne has helped Tech post 149 wins and two of the program’s five 20-win seasons, hitting that mark in 2002-03 and 2010-11.

In his fifth season at the helm of the Tech program, Payne collected his second 19-win season while leading the Golden Eagles to their seventh postseason appearance in program history and second under his watch, accepting a bid to the inaugural Vegas 16 Tournament. The Golden Eagles tied for second in a brutally competitive East Division with an 11-5 mark in OVC play and was nearly infallible in the Eblen Center, compiling a 14-1 record at home.

Payne was also recognized in July 2009 as one of the Top 25 Mid-Major assistant basketball coaches in the nation, according to CollegeInsider.com.

Seniors Torrance Rowe (All-OVC First Team) and Ryan Martin (OVC All-Newcomer Team) earned postseason honors while the 2015-16 Tech team finished with 2,416 points, the fifth-most in program history. The team also knocked down an incredible 266 3-pointers, the second-most in school history. The team's 36.4 3-point percentage was the programs fifth best mark ever while the team's free throw shooting was on par with the best in program history. The Golden Eagles also finished with 566 made shots from the charity stripe and a 74.3 percentage at the line, both ranking third all-time in Tech history.

Before he took over the reins at Frank Phillips Junior College, Payne was an associate head coach for four years under Happy Osborne at Georgetown College in Kentucky. During that time, the Tigers compiled a 128-22 record and three conference championships in four years. The Tigers won the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) national championship in 1997-98. Georgetown also finished second in the national tournament in 1999-00 and advanced to the “Sweet Sixteen” in 1998-99.

Payne's 2014-15 squad boasted arguably the best front-court duo in the Ohio Valley Conference with the hugely productive play of center Charles Jackson and tough-nosed play of forward Dwan Caldwell. The two combined for more than 24 points and 14 rebounds per game and tallied 21 double-doubles, with 18 coming from Jackson. Tech posted a solid 8-6 non-conference mark during the year, defeating Atlantic Sun Champion and NCAA participant North Florida twice and nearly pulling upset victories against high-profile opponents such as Tennessee, Alabama and USC. The Golden Eagles wrapped up the year at 12-18, dropping eight contests in league play by 10 or less points, including five by five points or less.

Prior to his arrival at Tech, Payne was the acting head coach at Frank Phillips Junior College in Borger, Texas. Coming to the Golden Eagle program in 2002, he could already boast over a decade of coaching experience.

Payne also served as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Northwestern (La.) State University where he helped lead NSU to its best conference finish in a decade. He was also an assistant coach at Union University in Jackson, Tenn., where he was recruiting coordinator and helped lead the team to back-to-back 20-win seasons. Payne was director of player development at Union, and that included the coaching of two NAIA all-Americans. He also coached at Knox Central High School in Barbourville, Ky. He is a graduate of Russell County High School in Russell Springs, Ky., and earned his bachelor’s degree from Union College in Barbourville, Ky. in 1990. Payne and his wife, Kelli, have three children — sons Parker and Paxton, and daughter Abigail.

TECH’S SEASON STATS DURING PAYNE’S TENURE

GP MIN FG-FGA PCT 3FG-3FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2011-12 33 6650 823-1771 .465 179-511 .350 540-758 .712 361 748 1109 33.6 629-14 450 499 78 226 2365 71.7 2012-13 29 5800 650-1527 .426 177-554 .319 401-566 .708 346 626 972 33.5 605-13 340 468 104 185 1878 64.8 2013-14 33 6600 822-1810 .454 185-565 .327 547-808 .677 412 759 1171 35.5 729-17 408 498 154 245 2376 72.0 2014-15 30 6025 768-1741 .441 169-526 .321 413-609 .678 396 714 1110 37.0 567-14 395 412 103 186 2118 70.6 2015-16 31 6225 792-1730 .458 266-731 .364 566-762 .743 291 811 1102 35.5 600-25 442 383 119 159 2416 77.9 2016-17 31 6250 763-1806 .422 231-715 .323 476-673 .707 346 764 1110 35.8 652-22 434 421 119 210 2233 72.0 2017-18 CAREER 218 43850 5401-12203 .443 1441-4324 .333 3437-4875 .705 2502 5207 7709 35.4 4441-128 2904 3107 798 1425 15644 71.8

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THE COACHING STAFF

JASON TAYLOR

Assistant Coach | Third Season | Jacksonville State, 2001 With nearly a decade of experience as a collegiate head coach and over a dozen years in the coaching profession, Jason Taylor enters his third year as an assistant coach for the Tennessee Tech men's basketball team.

COACHING HISTORY

He assisted in Tech's fantastic 2015-16 campaign as the Golden Eagles soared to a 19-12 overall record and 11-5 mark in Ohio Valley Conference play while returning to the postseason for the first time since the 2011-12 campaign with a bid in the inaugural Vegas 16 Tournament.

2015-Present Tennessee Tech Assistant Coach 2006-15 Anderson University Head Coach 2003-06 Anderson University Assistant Coach 2001-03 Roane State Community College Assistant Coach

The Clarkrange, Tenn. native helped blueprint one of the better offensive units to don the purple and gold in the Hooper Eblen Center in his first season in Cookeville, acting as a kind-of offensive coordinator for a team that improved its scoring from meager 70.6 points per game in 2014-15 to 77.9 points per game. The 2015-16 TTU basketball team finished with 2,416 points, the fifth-most in program history. The team also knocked down an incredible 266 3-pointers, the second-most in school history. The team's 36.4 3-point percentage was the programs fifth best mark ever while the team's free throw shooting was on par with the best in program history. The Tech squad finished with 566 made shots from the charity stripe and a 74.3 percentage at the line, both ranking third all-time in school history. Taylor brought his own share of experience and success after spending 12 seasons at Anderson University in a variety of roles. Most recently, he served as the Trojan’s head coach, beginning his historic run at the helm of the program back in 2006. In nine seasons as the lead man, Taylor became Anderson’s all-time winningest men’s basketball coach, accumulating a 157-113 record. In just five years, he led the Trojans out of the cellar in the South Atlantic Conference to an NCAA DII Tournament Southeast Regional Championship and Top 25 national ranking. Anderson made four NCAA trips in his final six seasons, including three consecutive bids to the post-season tournament. The team also posted a 6-4 record in the tournament over the past six years. Over his tenure, particularly in the final five seasons, Taylor turned the Trojans into the class of the SAC, leading the team to a 109-69 mark in league play, including a very impressive 68-30 record his final five years in charge. Home court advantage was clearly evident during his reign, as Anderson put together a 76-22 home record over his final seven seasons. Taylor’s players enjoyed much success both on and off the court, represented by seven 1,000-point scorers to play for him at Anderson, including the program’s top five scorers of all time. Off the court, 30 of his 31 players who finished their eligibility graduated. His teams were also very active off the court throughout the community. Prior to taking over as the head coach of the Trojans, Taylor served for three years as both an assistant coach for Anderson, as well as the head coach of the JV program. For two years before arriving at Anderson University, he acted as both an assistant coach and adjunct professor of physical education at Roane State Community College. Familiar with the Ohio Valley Conference, Taylor was a member of Jacksonville State’s first winning team at the Division I level, posting a 17-11 mark his junior season after transferring from Roane State. He played his freshman season of ball at Aquinas College before redshirting the next year at Roane State. He played his redshirt sophomore season for the Raiders, earning his associate’s of sciences in 1998-99. Taylor then made the move to the Gamecocks, walking away from the university with a bachelor’s degree in health and physical education K-12 in 2000-01. Taylor currently resides in Clarkrange, Tenn.

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THE COACHING STAFF

GUS FRALEY

Assistant Coach | First Season | North Carolina, 2011 Gus Fraley enters his fifth year as a member of the Tennessee Tech men's basketball staff, beginning a new role for 2017-18 after being named an assistant coach in July 2017. He previously served for four years as the team's director of basketball operations .

COACHING HISTORY

A native of Fayetteville, Tenn., Fraley spent the 2012-13 season as the director of player personnel at Ohio Valley Conference rival Tennessee State. Prior to his time at TSU, he spent four seasons as the assistant boy's basketball coach at Chapel Hill High School in North Carolina.

2017-Present Tennessee Tech Assistant Coach 2013-17 Tennessee Tech Director of Operations 2012-13 Tennessee State Director of Player Personnel 2008-12 Chapel Hill High School Assistant Coach

As the director of operations, Fraley's primary responsibilities included all film production, acquisition, and exchange, as well as the coordination of team travel. He also assisted with the day-to-day operations of the program. Fraley joined the CHHS staff while still an undergrad at UNC and was part of a coaching staff at CHHS that turned around a struggling program. He helped the Tigers to a pair of conference titles. In 2011-12 the Tigers posted a 26-2 record and ranked No. 1 in Class AAA in North Carolina during the regular season. In 2010-11, Fraley was part of the program that made an appearance in the state semi-finals. His duties with Chapel Hill included scouting, strength and conditioning, guard/perimeter player development, and organizational aspects for the program. He was also the junior varsity head coach. While also in North Carolina, Fraley served as an off-season skill development instructor for college and professional players. He provided fast-paced, on-court NBA style individual workouts and skill sessions to players. Fraley also brings vast camp and clinic teaching experience over the past five years. Fraley graduated from the University of North Carolina in June 2011 with a degree in communications.

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THE COACHING STAFF

GERALD GILLION

Assistant Coach | First Season | Florida State, 2008 Gerald Gillion joined the Tennessee Tech men's basketball staff as an assistant coach in June 2017.

COACHING HISTORY

"Gerald is a highly impressive, young coach," Payne said. "We were looking for a guy that can help take our program to another level in recruiting and in player development. He offers a great background in both areas and has made great contacts throughout his career. I'm looking forward to him being a part of our program."

2017-Present Tennessee Tech Assistant Coach 2014-17 USF Special Assistant to the Head Coach 2013-14 Florida International Director of Operations

"I'm very excited about the opportunity and am grateful to Coach Payne for brining me on as a member of this staff," Gillion said. "I'm looking forward to getting in the gym with the guys and working with them one-on-one. I can't wait to start helping in bringing in the best players that we can to help grow what is an already great program." Gillion joins the Tech staff after serving as a special assistant to the head coach at USF from 20142017. "I'm looking forward to coming in and brining a positive energy to the staff and locker room. We have a veteran group of players, so I want to come in every day with a contagious energy level that can spread throughout the team. I'm here to support Coach [Payne], the rest of the staff and the student-athletes, and am ready to do whatever they need me to do to help right away." Gillion spent the 2013-14 season as the director of men's basketball operations for Florida International University.

2008-13 Northeast High School Head Coach

Prior to his time at FIU, the Miami native served as the boy's head coach at Northeast High School in Oakland Park, Fla. from 2008-13. There, he transformed a program that finished 10-87 over a four-year span into a 20-game winner and district champion in one season. In each of his next four years, Gillion's Northeast program made it regionals in one of the toughest districts in the state of Florida.

2005-12 AAU - Breakdown Inc. Head Coach

From 2008-12, Gillion was the chief operating officer for Shooting4Success.Inc a non-profit organization that specialized in developing troubled youth's academic and social skills through an intense basketball program. Throughout 2005-12, he served as the head AAU coach for Breakdown Inc. in Tallahassee, Fla. The team competed against the nation's best amateur basketball players around the country, becoming the first team in the state of Florida to ever win back-to-back national championships. While with the AAU program, Gillion coached eventual four-year, Tennessee Tech guard Zach Bailey (2008-12) to a national title. Gillion graduated from Florida State in 2008 with a bachelor's degree in social science. Gillion and his wife, the former Latoya Rojas, reside in Cookeville.

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THE COACHING STAFF

MELVIN SCOTT

Director of Operations | First Season | North Carolina, 2005 Melvin Scott joined the Tennessee Tech men's basketball staff in August 2017 as the director of basketball operations.

COACHING HISTORY

Scott, a co-captain and senior member of the 2004-05 National Champion North Carolina Tar Heel men's basketball team, joins the Golden Eagle coaching staff after serving as the owner and independent contractor for CAMPS 4 CHAMPS in Durham, N.C.

2017-Present Tennessee Tech Director of Operations 2011-14 Voyager Academy Assistant Coach

"We are excited to bring Melvin onto our staff," Payne explained. "Obviously, any time you bring a guy in who has been a national champion and played at the highest level and been successful, I think that presents a great role model for our guys. The way he carries himself and the way he will represent our program professionally really excites me. I was looking for a guy that just wanted an opportunity to start and coach basketball. Now that he is here and we are ready to embrace him and we look forward to his contributions." "I think it was a no brainer just getting my foot in the door for coaching," Scott said on his decision to join the staff. "From my understanding, there are about 2,000 people that do what we do in this coaching field. That is a very small fraternity and I'm just honored to be a part of it and to get started. "When I first met Coach Payne, I was really drawn to his energy and the vibe he gives off. I had heard a lot of great things about him and who wouldn't want to work for a guy like that to get your feet wet and get started? I think this is a great opportunity and I'm excited for this upcoming season." Scott developed CAMPS 4 CHAMPS in 2014, facilitating trainings for private clients in basketball skills and fundamentals and conducting training camps for kids ages seven and up on a weekly basis. The business also implemented well-structured basketball training and mentoring for fourhour periods. While running CAMPS 4 CHAMPS, Scott spent nearly two years (January 2015-September 2016) as an intern for UNC's men's basketball team, helping analyzing video to assess specific skills and drills learned by the team during practices. Prior to his return to UNC, Scott served as the top assistant boy's basketball coach at Voyager Academy in Durham, N.C. from 2011-2014. Over his final two years, he also worked as a health and physical education teacher, as well as assistant athletic director. Scott was a four-year letterwinner for the Tar Heels, scoring nearly 873 career points while playing in 129 games with 59 starts as a guard. He finished his junior season tied for 10th all-time in career 3-pointers made with 138 and still ranks sixth all-time in North Carolina history for 3-point attempts. A member of head coach Roy Williams' first two UNC squads, Scott was named co-captain with Jackie Manuel and Jawad Williams as a senior during the 2004-05 season. That year, the Tar Heels put together a 33-4 record, including a 13-3 mark to win the ACC regular season title. The senior earned Academic All-ACC honors before helping lead UNC past Illinois for the program's fourth NCAA Championship. Following his career as a Tar Heel, Scott played professional basketball oversees for BS Energy Germany (2005-06) and Aris Greece (2006-07). A standout player at Southern High School in Baltimore, Md., Scott was named the state's Player of the Year as a junior and earning team MVP honors three times. His number was retired at SHS and he earned First-Team All-Metro honors by the Baltimore Sun. He led his AAU U-19 team to a national title as well. Scott graduated from the University of North Carolina in May 2005 with a degree in African American studies.

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(Front row, from left): Hunter Vick, Stephuan Adams, Kajon Mack, Aleksa Jugovic, Shaq Calhoun, Mason Ramsey, Curtis Phillips Jr., Corey Tillery, Cade Crosland. (Middle row, from left): Head coach Steve Payne, assistant coach Gus Fraley, Maverick Smith, Joan Duran, Micaiah Henry, Courtney Alexander II, Domen OmladiÄ?, assistant coach Jason Taylor, assistant coach Gerald Gillion. (Back row, from left): Manager Parker Beech, manager Jaret Greer, manager John Mark Bell, director of operations Melvin Scott, manager Logan Vance, manager Ezra Pinzur, manager, Zachary Gilliam. (Not pictured): Manager Aaron Merriweather, athletic trainer Dan Redmond.

2017-18 TEAM PHOTO

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS From Pete Abuls through Glenn Young, the following is an alphabetical listing of all-time participants in Golden Eagle basketball history. If you find any names missing, please contact the TTU Sports Information office.

A

Pete Abuls, 1979-82 Milton Acuff, 1927 John A. Adams, 1960-63 John C. Adams, 1976-77 Stephaun Adams, 2016-Present Ed Agers, 1947-48 Barry Akin, 1957 Eric Akins, 1997-00 Robert Alcorn, 1923-24 Courtney Alexander II, 2015-Present Ty Allen, 2014 Jeff Arms, 1987 Anthony Avery, 1986-89

B

Milos Babic, 1988-90 Battle Bagley, 1946-49 Zach Bailey, 2009-12 Stanley Baker, 1945 Terrell Barnes, 2010-2013 Will Barnes, 2007-10 Michael Barrett, 1972 Don Barry, 1964-67 Frank Bartleson, 1967-69 DeAntoine Beasley, 1998-02 Melvin Beidleman, 1966 John Best, 1989-93 Greg Bibb, 1993-96 Benton Bilbrey, 1940-42 Tully Birsong, 1935-36 Ryan Black, 1996-97 Butch Blalock, 1977-78 Bill Bland, 1968-70 Colton Blevins, 2016-17 Harold Blount, 1924 Charlie Boardman, 1954-57 Lonnie Boone, 1982-85 Fred Borthick, 1945 Art Bosnak, 1967-70 Josh Bougher, 2014-15 James Bowden, 1978 Keyon Boyd, 2002-06 Ronnie Braxton, 1998-99 Mark Bray, 1972-74 Walter Brooks, 1945 Clarence Brown, 1974 Hollie Brown, 1951 Horace Brown, 1931 John W. Brown, 1974 Raymond Brown, 1933-35 Bill Browning, 1943 Ra’Shun Bryant, 2006-09 Tommy Bryant, 1962 Waldo Bryant, 1921 Dennis Buckley, 1994 Ernest Burke, 1955-56 Nathan Burks, 2006-07 Marc Burnett, 1978-82 Buster Bush, 1958-59 Howell Bush, 1938-40 George Bussell, 1947-48 Cortez Butler, 1946-47 Ralph Butler, 1945 Rudy Byron, 1997

C

Ricky Cabrera, 1997-98 Dwan Caldwell, 2013-15 James Campbell, 1927

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Rick Cantrell, 1984-85 T.C. Cantrell, 1937 L.D. Carden, 1946-49 Frank Cardwell, 1960-63 Tony Carman, 1959-62 John Carmichael, 1967-70 Stanley Carr, 1924-25 Earl Carrier, 1929-32 Paul Carroll, 1927-28 Robert Carson, 1931 Carlos Carter, 1993-94 Ladon Carter, 2014 Charles Cassetty, 1939 Darrell Carter, 1937 William Carvell, 1964-66 Paul Chadwell, 1979-81 Robert Chapman, 1967-70 Carlton Clarington, 1982-85 Fowler Clark, 1923-24 Milone Clark, 2002-06 Jim Clemens, 1972-74 Billy Clemmer, 1987-88 Tyrus Cobb, 1926 Clarence Cobbs, 1939-40 Noble Cody, 1952 Joey Coe, 1990 Lorenzo Coleman, 1994-97 Don Cook, 1947-50 Roy Conger, 1923 Jason Conkin, 1986 William Corlew, 1928 Stan Cox, 1973-74 Roy Crabtree, 1937 Mike Crawford, 1956 Bo Creech, 1984-85 Paul Crick, 1950 Lance Crismond, 2014 Cameron Crisp, 2001-04 Chad Crouch, 1993-95 Bryan Cruce, 1980 Mitch Cupples, 1990-93 Theron Curry, 1995

D

Deon Daniel, 1998 Roy Davenport, 1960-63 Alex Davis, 2007, 2009 Charles Davis, 1925-26 Finley Davis, 1936-38 Frank Davis, 2007-10 Glen “Pete” Davis, 1939-41 George Davis, 1934-35 Charley Dean, 1993-94 Ed deHaas, 1985-87 Holland Denney, 1925 Don Dickerson, 1964 Tony DiLeo, 1974-75 Jud Dillard, 2010-13 Ammanuel Diressa, 2013-14 Tommy Downing, 1949-52 Huland Draper, 1937-39 Tommy Duffer, 1960-62 Chase Dunn, 2010-12

E

David Eakins, 1959, 60-62 Charles Edmonson, 1991-92 Jimmy Elliott, 1983-85 Richard Elliott, 1951 Jason Embry, 1996-97

Bobby Estes, 1975-76 Donnel Evans, 1923 Earl Evans, 1935-36 Hugh Evans, 1926-29 Kellie Evans, 1926 William Erwin, 1935

F

Martin Fears, 1999 Arnaldo Febres, 1999 Trey Ferguson, 2000 Ron Filipek, 1964-67 Anthony Fisher, 2005-08 Ken Fitzner, 1964-65 Harold Fletcher, 1941-42, 1945 Carlos Floyd, 1994-96 Kermit Forkum, 1945 Alex Franco, 1998 Phillip Franklin, 1976-77 Savonte Frazier, 2015-17 Danny Furlong, 1970-72

G

Thomas Gann, 1921-22 Oscar Gaw, 1954-56 Leigh Gayden, 2000-02, 2004 Lanier Gilley, 1939 Warren Giley, 1956 Don Gish, 1955-56 Marc Glanton, 1995-98 Dennis Godfrey, 1977-78 Jimmy Goodwin, 1955 Don Gorin, 1959-62 Ray Grant, 1922 Frank Griffin, 1948-50 Lloyd Groce, 1957

H

Jimmy Hagan, 1957-60 J.W. Hagan, 1966-68 Bobby Hall, 1954-56 Conner Hall, 2015-2016 John Hall, 1945 Tony Hall, 1989-90 Homer Hamdorff, 1936-38 Randy Hampton, 1977 Charles Haney, 1997-98 Jason Harrell, 2001-03 Bruce Harris, 1952-56 Jeff Harris, 1980-83 Adonis Hart, 1998-02 Wardie Harvey, 1942-46 Ja'Cardo Hawkins, 2016-17 Tre Hansbrough, 2015-16 Charles Hayes, 1934 Lester Hayes, 1986-89 DeOndre Haynes, 2013-15 John Hays, 1964 Steve Hays, 1964-66 Bill Headrick, 1941-42 Jim Headrick, 1947-48 Josh Heard, 1999-00 Ricky Heinrich, 1964-65 Corey Hemphill, 1999-00 Markell Henderson, 2015-2017 Carlton Hendrix, 1979-82 James Henry, 1984-87 Micaiah Henry, 2016-Present Alan Herron, 1956-58 Rick Heyder, 1977-80

R.L. Highers, 1943 James Hill, 1943 Mitchell Hill, 2011-14 Joe Hilson, 1966-67 Ronnie Hobson, 1964-66 Jon Holder, 1978 John Holladay, 1922 Maurice Houston, 1991-94 Bob Howe, 1967 Jerome Howell, 1950-52 Jimmy Howell, 1976-79 Bobby Hubbard, 1951 Powell Hucherson, 1937-39 William Huffine, 1967 Danny Joe Huffines, 1967 Paul Hughes, 1951-54 Riley Hunley, 2009-12

I

Bassey Inameti, 2009-12 David Ingram, 1993 Charles Inman, 1952 Robert Inman, 1957

J

Charles Jackson, 2014-15 Jeremy Jackson, 2008 Andrew Jacobs, 1946-48 William Jacobs, 1944 Ben Jacobson, 2003-04 Gordon Jarrell, 1944-48 Keith Jefferson, 1986 Harry Jenkins, 1923 Willie Jenkins, 2003-04 Charles Jennings, 1929-32 Albert Jobe, 1927-29 Cecil Jobe, 1928-29 Robley Jobe, 1924-25 Harold Johnson, 1973 Hendon Johnson, 1926 Hugh Johnson, 1947-50 Jordan Johnson, 2013-2015 Lanerryl Johnson, 2012-13 Terry Johnson, 1979-80 Brent Jolly, 2000-03 Ken Jolly, 1959-62 Alfred Jones, 2009-11 Antwyon Jones, 2002-03 Frank Jones, 1973-76 Joe Jones, 1982-86 Jonathan Jones, 2003-07 Robert Jones, 1933-34 Henry Jordan, 1966 Aleksa Jugovic, 2014-Present

K

Pat Kannapel, 1978-81 Kermit Keisling, 1930-33 Jerry Keller, 1956 Bill Kelly, 1950 Luther Kelsay, 1957 Damien Kinloch, 2002-03 Ralph Kinnamon, 1946-47 Tom Kirby, 1964-67 Stephen Kite, 1983-86 Antjuan Koger, 2003-04 Ed Kovach, 1969-71 Bret Krutsinger, 1986-89 Francis Kabore, 2006-07 Pat Kannapel, 1978-81

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Kermit Keisling, 1930-33 Jerry Keller, 1956 Bill Kelly, 1950 Luther Kelsay, 1957 Damien Kinloch, 2002-03 Ralph Kinnamon, 1946-47 Tom Kirby, 1964-67 Stephen Kite, 1983-86 Antjuan Koger, 2003-07 Ed Kovach, 1969-71 Bret Krutsinger, 1986-89

L

Gordon Lamb, 1933-34 Robert Langley, 1949-50 Frank Lansford, 1951-52 John Latka, 1978-80 Shelby Lee, 1935 Al Lewis, 1971-73 George Lewis, 1925 DJ Lindsay, 2009 Leo Liriano, 2008 George Little, 1942 Hardy Lloyd, 1957-59 Lewis Loftis, 1921-23 Norris Long, 1950-52 Wally Looney, 1976 Robbie Loud, 1983

M

Kajon Mack, 2016-Present Rod Manuel, 1988-91 Matt Marseille, 2011-14 Ryan Martin, 2015-16 Scott Martin, 1997 Eddie Mason, 1961-63 Jerry Mathews, 1974-77 John Mathis, 1980-81 John Maxwell, 1964 Larry Maxwell, 1966-68 Billy May, 1947-48 Reggie Mayo, 1994 P.J. Mays, 1992 Earnest McCord, 1940 Joe McCormick, 1921 Chester McCoy, 1938 Fred McDade, 1976-77 Robert McDaniel, 1947-48 Larry McDonald, 1955 John McGuffy, 1922 Javon McKay, 2010-2015 Amadi McKenzie, 2005-08 Robert McKinley, 1941 Harold McKinney, 1964-66 Tom McKinney, 1959-62 Warren McMahan, 1929 Jimmy McMahon, 1964 Liam McMorrow, 2011-12 John McNish, 1978-80 Bobby McWilliams, 1990-91 Herbie Merritt, 1954-58 Randy Mehlon, 1973-75 Glenn Michaels, 1941-42 Elwin Midgett, 1930-33 Cyrus Miller, 1923 Howard Miller, 1972-74 Jon Miller, 1986-87 Willard Millsaps, 1921 David Minaya, 2008 Joe Mintz, 1982-86 Jim Misner, 1970 Eric Mitchell, 1992-95 Wendell Mobley, 1950-52 Darrius Mohn, 2003

Carl Moore, 1944 Charles Moore, 2007 Darrell Moore, 2000 Douglas Moore, 1952 Josiah Moore, 2013-16 Will Moore, 2003-04 Greg Morgan, 2002-03 Stewart Morris, 1944 Anthony Morse, 2012-2016 Arlie Moss, 1925-26 Elijah Muhammad, 2009-10 Kevin Murphy, 2009-12

N

Jesse Nayadley, 1992-95 Reggie Nelson, 1998-99 Charles Newton III, 2008-11 Jimmy Nichols, 1960-63 Rashaud Nixon, 2007-08 Banis Norris, 1931-34 Claude Norris, 1933-36 Denton Norris, 1938 Daniel Northern, 2007-2009 Bob Nunnery, 1964

O

Don Odom, 1949 Hoyt Odum, 1929 Dennis Ogbe, 2011-14 Bruce Oglesby, 1991 Ed Oglesby, 1958-59 Dave Oliphant, 1942

P

Wayne Pack, 1971-73 Charles Pangle, 1943-44 Rich Papes, 1959-62 Lance Parr, 1995 Johnny Pasker, 1946-48 Tim Patterson, 1979-80-83 Noble Patton, 1955-56 Robert Payne, 1928-29 Jackie Pearson, 1958-59 Dwight Penny, 1945 Damien Perkins, 2000-03 Darryl Perry, 1987-90 Dale Phelps, 1955-56-58 Frank M. Phillips, 1954 Curtis Phillips Jr., 2016-Present Billie Pigg, 1939 Perky Plumlee, 1981-84 Bobby Porter, 1975-78 James D. Poteet, 1924 Dave Pratt, 1964-67 Jerry Roland Prescott, 1964 Tom Price, 1971 Tony Price, 1957-58 Dewitt Puckett, 1924 Hearon Puckett, 1956-58

Q

Art Quarterman, 1996

R

Robert Ernest Radley, 1967 Mason Ramsey, 2014-Present John Reding, 1957 Kenneth Redmond, 1945-46 Marvin Reed, 1952, 54-55 Ahmad Richardson, 2000 Sam Rickman, 1921-23 Ryon Riggins, 2012-13 Belton Rivers, 2006-07 Alton Roark, 1974-75

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Morris Robbins, 1925-27 Rymon Robbins, 1925 Terence Roberts, 1979-80 Jere L. Robinson, 1965 Paul Robinson, 1934 William Robinson, 1930 Roland Roby, 1941-42 Jerome Rodgers, 1988-91 Hakeem Rogers, 2015-2017 James Rogers, 1943 Torrance Rowe, 2014-2016 Tom Rychener, 1960-63

S

Earl Sadler, 1943-44 Jeremiah Samarrippas, 2013-14 Tom Schmidt, 1974-76 Danny Schultz, 1981-84 Maury Schwegman, 1970-72 Ron Scott, 1971 Curtis Sexton, 1956 Don Sexton, 1954-56 John Sexton, 2012 Landon Sexton, 1960-63 Larry Shade, 1975 Claude Sharpe, 1949-50 Danny Alan Shearer, 1964 Ralph Shearer, 1956 Eckols Shedden, 1950-52 Douglas Shields, 1944 Geoff Shuck, 1973 Ron Shumate, 1957-60 Kenny Sidwell, 1954-56 Joe Sills, 1929-30 Jim Slappy, 1977 Bill Slatten, 1946-49 Willie Joe Smalley, 1951-52 Emmett Smartt, 1922 Jason Smiley, 2006-08 Arnold Smith, 1942 Dick Smith, 1940-42 Earl Smith, 1993-94 Flavious Smith, 1949-51 Harold Smith, 1986 Kenny Smith, 1995 Larrie Smith, 2000-01 Willie Smith, 1975-76 Jeff Smithson, 1981-84 Miles Springfield, 1957-58 Wayne Standefer, 1956 Darrell Stevens, 1989-91 Rich Stone, 1970-73 Larry Stooksbury, 1967 Mario Stowers, 2008 Rusty Strange, 2000-01, 2003-04 Ketchel Strauss, 1967-69 Derek Stribling, 2004-06 Emmett Strickland, 1935 Stacey Sturghill, 1985, 1987-89 Roy Sullivan, 1931-33 Jim Sutton, 1968-69 Ron Sutton, 1967-70 Zac Swansey, 2010-12

Thomas Thurman, 1954-55 Brian Troupe, 1978-79 Graig Turson, 2007 Don William Turner, 1964 Chris Turner, 1995-97 Doug Turner, 1971 Keith Turner, 1984-87

U

Ralph Underhill, 1964 Van Usher, 1990-92

V

Alvin Vaughn, 1934-36 Charlie Vaughn, 1927-30 Dennis Vaughn, 1956, 1958-59 Rex Vaughn, 1926 Tim Vaughn, 1985

W

Ken Waddle, 1956 Andy Walker, 1987-88 Brad Walker, 2000 Charles Walker, 1936-38 Gary Walker, 1976 Zac Walker, 2006-09 James Ward, 1934-35 Robert Ward, 1964-65 Condon Wassom, 1933-34 Eddie Watson, 1922, 1924-26 Eric Weisenbach, 2013 Walter Wells, 1939-41 Rob West, 1991-94 Wade Wester, 1989-91, 1993 Joey Westmoreland, 1999-02 Butch Wheeler, 1971-72 Wesley Whitehorn, 1998-99 Curtis Wiggins, 1996-97 James Wilkinson, 1937-39 Mike Williams, 1980-81 David C. Williamson, 1927, 1929-30 Albert Wilson, 1996-98 Eric Wilson, 1987-1989 Gradis Winningham, 1924-26 Earl Wise, 1987-90 Chester Womack, 1939-40 Charlie Wood, 1964-65 Ricardo Woodfine, 1998-02 Bill Worrell, 1966 Roy Wright, 1963-64

Y

Earl York, 1935 Bobby Young, 1961-64 Charlie Young, 1976 Glenn Young, 1952 BOLD indicates current players

T

Mayford Tarwater, 1934 John Tatum, 1977 Justin Taylor, 2004-06 Steve Taylor, 1982-83 Eugene Terry, 1943-46 Walter Terry, 1921 Shirmane Thomas, 2013-2016 Johnny Thompson, 1951 Wade Thompson, 1947

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GOLDEN EAGLES IN THE PROS Tony DiLeo DiLeo was a part of the 76ers basketball operations department from 1990-2013. After spending years within the organization in positions including director of scouting and assistant coach, DiLeo notably held the positions of Director of Player Personnel from 1999 to 2003 and was promoted to Senior vice president/assistant general manager in September 2003. On December 13, 2008, DiLeo was named interim head coach. Taking over the Sixers who had started the season with a 9-14 record, DiLeo managed to finish the 2008–09 season with a 41–41 record. This record was good enough to clinch the Sixers the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference for the playoffs and a matchup with the third seeded Southeast Division champion Orlando Magic. On May 12, 2012 it was reported that DiLeo had asked team president and general manager Ed Stefanski to remove his name from consideration to return as head coach. DiLeo opted instead to return to the Sixers’ front office as senior vice president and assistant general manager. On Sept. 22, 2012, DiLeo was promoted to general manager of the 76ers after 22 years with the team. In Sept., 2013, he was hired by the Washington Wizards as a scout.

DILEO’S CAREER STATS:

SEASON GP-GS FGM-FGA PCT. 3M-3A PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. 1973-74 25-N/A 33-129 .256 –– –– 48-68 .706 1974-75 25-N/A 105-246 .427 –– –– 63-77 .818 TOTAL 50-N/A 138-375 .368 –– –– 111-145 .760

REB AVG PF AST ST BS PTS AVG HI 49 1.9 67 105 –– –– 114 4.6 N/A 57 2.3 59 167 –– –– 273 10.9 N/A 106 2.1 126 272 –– –– 387 7.7 N/A

Golden Eagles In The Pros 51 players who once suited up for Tech went on to play professional basketball in the U.S. or overseas. Bruce Harris Herb Merritt Jimmy Hagan Ron Filipek Frank Bartleson Wayne Pack Frank Jones Stephen Kite Ed deHaas Milan Smiljanic Anthony Avery Lester Hayes Earl Wise Milos Babic Van Usher Charles Edmunson John Best Lorenzo Coleman Curtis Wiggins Rick Cabrera Alex Franco Reggie Nelson Arnaldo Febres Josh Heard Corey Hemphill Larrie Smith

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1952-56 1953-58 1957-60 1964-67 1966-69 1970-73 1972-76 1982-86 1984-87 1985-88 1985-89 1985-89 1986-90 1987-90 1989-92 1990-92 1989-93 1993-97 1995-97 1996-98 1996-98 1997-99 1998-99 1998-00 1998-00 1999-01

DeAntoine Beasley Damien Perkins Jason Harrell Damien Kinloch Greg Morgan Cameron Crisp Ben Jacobson Willie Jenkins Milone Clark Derek Stribling Jonathan Jones Antjuan Koger Belton Rivers Anthony Fisher Amadi McKenzie Daniel Northern Frank Davis Kevin Murphy Liam McMorrow Jud Dillard Dwan Caldwell Jordan Johnson Charles Jackson Anthony Morse Ryan Martin

1998-02 1999-03 2001-03 2001-03 2001-03 2000-04 2002-04 2003-05 2002-06 2004-06 2003-07 2003-07 2005-07 2004-08 2004-08 2006-09 2006-10 2008-12 2010-12 2009-13 2013-15 2013-15 2014-15 2012-16 2015-16

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GOLDEN EAGLES IN THE PROS Bruce Harris YEAR DRAFTED: 1956 TEAM DRAFTED BY: Fort Wayne Pistons ROUND DRAFTED: N/A OVERALL SELECTION: N/A Bruce Harris, a 1998 inductee into the Tennessee Tech Athletics Hall of Fame, finished his career 30th on the all-time scoring list as one of just 35 Golden Eagles to score 1,000 points in his career. A draft pick of the Fort Wayne Pistons in 1956, he was the first Tech player to be drafted into the NBA.

HARRIS’ CAREER STATS:

Assists did not become an official NCAA statistic until 1983-84, blocks and steals until 1985-86, and the 3-point shot until 1986-87.

SEASON GP-GS FGM-FGA PCT. 3M-3A PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. REB AVG PF AST ST BS PTS AVG HI 1952-53 N/A-N/A 119-N/A N/A –– –– 63-N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A –– –– –– 301 N/A N/A 1953-54 23-N/A 130-336 .387 –– –– 75-122 .614 N/A N/A 76 –– –– –– 335 14.5 N/A 1954-55 18-N/A 39-126 .302 –– –– 44-69 .638 122 6.8 42 –– –– –– 122 6.8 N/A 1955-56 20-N/A 113-247 .458 –– –– 77-114 .675 196 9.8 52 –– –– –– 303 15.2 N/A TOTAL 61-N/A 401-709* .398* –– –– 259-305* .643* 318* 8.4* 170* –– –– –– 1,061 12.5* N/A

Herb Merritt YEAR DRAFTED: 1958 TEAM DRAFTED BY: Detroit Pistons ROUND DRAFTED: 11th Round NBA OVERALL SELECTION: 76th Overall Pick NBA Herb Merrit, a 1988 inductee into the Tennessee Tech Athletics Hall of Fame, finished his career sixth on the all-time rebounding list and 22nd on the all-time scoring list. A draft pick of the Detroit Pistons in 1958, he was one of just five Golden Eagles to average a double-double for his career.

MERRITT’S CAREER STATS:

Assists did not become an official NCAA statistic until 1983-84, blocks and steals until 1985-86, and the 3-point shot until 1986-87.

SEASON GP-GS FGM-FGA PCT. 3M-3A PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. REB AVG PF AST ST BS PTS AVG HI 1953-54 22-N/A 52-123 .423 –– –– 32-55 .590 N/A N/A 46 –– –– –– 136 6.1 N/A 1954-55 21-N/A 114-263 .433 –– –– 73-113 .646 254 12.1 75 –– –– –– 301 14.5 N/A 1955-56 21-N/A 153-371 .412 –– –– 88-145 .607 268 12.8 47 –– –– –– 394 18.8 N/A 1957-58 24-N/A 146-369 .396 –– –– 45-75 .600 312 13.0 65 –– –– –– 337 14.0 N/A TOTAL 88-N/A 465-1,126 .413 –– –– 238-388 .613 834 12.6* 233 –– –– –– 1,168 13.3 N/A

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GOLDEN EAGLES IN THE PROS Jimmy Hagan YEAR DRAFTED: 1960 TEAM DRAFTED BY: Minneapolis Lakers ROUND DRAFTED: 3rd Round NBA OVERALL SELECTION: 18th Overall Pick NBA Jimmy Hagan, a 1979 inductee into the Tennessee Tech Athletics Hall of Fame, finished his career atop the all-time rebounding list with 1,108 in just three seasons. He is the only Golden Eagle in history to average over 20 points per game and one of five to average a double-double for their career. A 1960 draft pick of the Minneapolis Lakers, he is also the highest drafted Tech player in program history, as the 18th overall selection.

HAGAN’S CAREER STATS:

Assists did not become an official NCAA statistic until 1983-84, blocks and steals until 1985-86, and the 3-point shot until 1986-87.

SEASON GP-GS FGM-FGA PCT. 3M-3A PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. REB AVG PF AST ST BS PTS AVG HI 1957-58 26-N/A 110-270 .407 –– –– 65-96 .677 275 10.6 73 –– –– –– 235 11.8 N/A 1958-59 25-N/A 254-547 .464 –– –– 212-256 .828 454 18.2 80 –– –– –– 720 28.8 N/A 1959-60 22-N/A 196-456 .430 –– –– 142-220 .645 379 17.2 80 –– –– –– 534 24.3 N/A TOTAL 73-N/A 560-1,273 .440 –– –– 419-572 .733 1,108 15.2 233 –– –– –– 1,539 21.1 N/A

Ron Filipek YEAR DRAFTED: 1967 TEAM DRAFTED BY: Philadelphia 76ers ROUND DRAFTED: 9th Round NBA OVERALL SELECTION: 100th Overall Pick NBA Ron Filipek, a 1991 inductee into the Tennessee Tech Athletics Hall of Fame, finished his career third on the all-time rebounding list and 17th on the all-time scoring list. A draft pick of the Philadelphia 76ers in 1967, he was one of just five Golden Eagles to average a double-double for his career. He also is second in the Tech record books for points in a single game with 48 against Middle Tennessee on Feb. 21, 1966.

FILIPEK’S CAREER STATS:

Assists did not become an official NCAA statistic until 1983-84, blocks and steals until 1985-86, and the 3-point shot until 1986-87.

SEASON GP-GS FGM-FGA PCT. 3M-3A PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. REB AVG PF AST ST BS PTS AVG HI 1964-65 25-N/A 137-368 .372 –– –– 80-105 .764 274 10.8 74 –– –– –– 354 14.2 N/A 1965-66 25-N/A 178-387 .459 –– –– 69-105 .657 282 11.2 83 –– –– –– 425 17.0 N/A 1966-67 23-N/A 181-388 .467 –– –– 111-152 .730 290 12.6 74 –– –– –– 473 20.6 N/A TOTAL 73-N/A 496-1,143 .434 –– –– 260-362 .718 846 11.6 231 –– –– –– 1,252 17.2 N/A

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GOLDEN EAGLES IN THE PROS Frank Bartleson YEAR DRAFTED: 1969 TEAM DRAFTED BY: Baltimore Bullets ROUND DRAFTED: 10th Round NBA OVERALL SELECTION: 141st Overall Pick NBA Frank Bartleson was drafted by the Baltimore Bullets in 1969 with the 141st overall selection in the 10th round. As a Golden Eagle, he averaged 12.0 points per game and finished 16th on the alltime rebounding list with 873 boards for his career.

BARTLESON’S CAREER STATS:

Assists did not become an official NCAA statistic until 1983-84, blocks and steals until 1985-86, and the 3-point shot until 1986-87.

SEASON GP-GS FGM-FGA PCT. 3M-3A PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. REB AVG PF AST ST BS PTS AVG HI 1966-67 23-N/A 108-268 .403 –– –– 24-54 .476 187 8.1 71 –– –– –– 240 10.4 N/A 1967-68 26-N/A 157-379 .414 –– –– 45-70 .643 194 7.5 70 –– –– –– 359 13.8 N/A 1968-69 24-N/A 111-276 .402 –– –– 52-81 .642 216 9.0 57 –– –– –– 274 11.4 N/A TOTAL 73-N/A 376-923 .407 –– –– 121-205 .590 596 8.2 141 –– –– –– 873 12.0 N/A

Wayne Pack YEAR DRAFTED: 1973 TEAM DRAFTED BY: San Diego Conquistadors ROUND DRAFTED: 8th Round ABA OVERALL SELECTION: 18th Overall Pick ABA Wayne Pack, a 1996 inductee into the Tennessee Tech Athletics Hall of Fame, finished his career fifth on the all-time list for assists, racking up over 400 during his three-year Golden Eagle career. He scored over 1,200 points in his time at Tech, ranking 19th all-time in scoring at TTU. He averaged 16.7 points per game for his career before being selected by the San Diego Conquistadors in the 8th round of the 1973 ABA draft.

PACK’S CAREER STATS:

Assists did not become an official NCAA statistic until 1983-84, blocks and steals until 1985-86, and the 3-point shot until 1986-87.

SEASON GP-GS FGM-FGA PCT. 3M-3A PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. 1970-71 24-N/A 173-376 .460 –– –– 75-100 .750 1971-72 24-N/A 137-315 .434 –– –– 68-99 .687 1972-73 25-N/A 192-399 .481 –– –– 76-107 .710 TOTAL 73-N/A 502-1,090 .461 –– –– 219-306 .693

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REB AVG PF AST ST BS PTS AVG HI 80 3.3 53 160 –– –– 421 17.5 N/A 96 4.0 58 146 –– –– 342 14.3 N/A 69 2.8 63 116 –– –– 460 18.4 N/A 245 3.4 174 422 –– –– 1,233 16.9 N/A

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GOLDEN EAGLES IN THE PROS Frank Jones YEAR DRAFTED: 1976 TEAM DRAFTED BY: Buffalo Braves ROUND DRAFTED: 7th Round NBA OVERALL SELECTION: 118th Overall Pick NBA Frank Jones, a 1987 inductee into the Tennessee Tech Athletics Hall of Fame, finished his career fifth on the all-time scoring list., totaling more than 1,700 points as a Golden Eagle. A draft pick of the Buffalo Braves in 1976, Jones is one of just eight Tech players to have recorded 40 or more points in a single game, scoring 41 against East Tennessee State on Feb. 7, 1976.

JONES’ CAREER STATS:

Assists did not become an official NCAA statistic until 1983-84, blocks and steals until 1985-86, and the 3-point shot until 1986-87.

SEASON GP-GS FGM-FGA PCT. 3M-3A PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. REB AVG PF AST ST BS PTS AVG HI 1972-73 25-N/A 55-150 .367 –– –– 22-41 .537 32 1.3 40 –– –– –– 132 5.3 N/A 1973-74 25-N/A 208-478 .437 –– –– 69-100 .690 130 5.2 78 49 –– –– 485 19.4 N/A 1974-75 25-N/A 244-527 .463 –– –– 94-132 .712 145 5.8 72 52 –– –– 582 23.3 N/A 1975-76 24-N/A 227-463 .490 –– –– 80-122 .656 126 5.3 77 95 –– –– 534 22.3 N/A TOTAL 99-N/A 734-1,618 .454 –– –– 265-395 .671 433 4.4 267 196 –– –– 1,733 17.5 N/A

Milos Babic YEAR DRAFTED: 1990 TEAM DRAFTED BY: Phoenix Suns ROUND DRAFTED: 2nd Round NBA OVERALL SELECTION: 50th Overall Pick NBA Milos Babic was drafted by the Phoenix Suns in 1990 with the 50th overall selection in the 2nd round. As a Golden Eagle, he finished his career third on the all-time blocking list with over 100 career stuffs. He also finished 15th on the alltime rebounding list and 36th in scoring.

BABIC’S CAREER STATS:

SEASON GP-GS FGM-FGA PCT. 3M-3A PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. REB AVG PF AST ST BS PTS AVG HI 1987-88 25-20 103-224 .460 0-0 .000 64-97 .660 170 6.8 91 21 16 25 270 10.8 21 1988-89 30-30 161-322 .500 2-7 .286 75-114 .657 244 8.1 95 23 28 58 399 13.3 27 1989-90 25-25 122-259 .471 0-0 .000 65-95 .684 183 7.3 73 29 21 32 309 12.4 25 TOTAL 80-75 386-805 .480 2-7 .286 204-306 .667 597 7.5 259 73 65 115 978 12.2 27

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GOLDEN EAGLES IN THE PROS John Best YEAR DRAFTED: 1993 TEAM DRAFTED BY: New Jersey Nets ROUND DRAFTED: 2nd Round NBA OVERALL SELECTION: 36th Overall Pick NBA John Best finished his illustrious Golden Eagle career fourth on the all-time list in scoring and 17th in rebounding. He scored the most points in a single season in Tech history with 799 his senior year. He is one of eight Golden Eagles to score 40 or more points in a single game with 42 at Morehead State on Feb. 22, 1993. Drafted by the New Jersey Nets in the second round, he is the second highest drafted Tech player.

BEST’S CAREER STATS:

SEASON GP-GS FGM-FGA PCT. 3M-3A PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. REB AVG PF AST ST BS PTS AVG HI 1989-90 15-0 15-35 .429 0-0 .000 17-24 .708 25 1.7 13 2 4 0 47 3.1 17 1990-91 25-25 127-232 .547 1-9 .111 92-122 .754 132 5.3 60 6 22 3 347 13.9 32 1991-92 29-27 220-387 .568 3-16 .188 137-193 .710 202 7.0 105 28 35 11 580 20.0 32 1992-93 28-28 296-535 .553 4-18 .222 203-271 .749 235 8.4 83 72 40 6 799 28.5 42 TOTAL 97-80 658-1,189 .553 8-43 .186 449-610 .736 594 6.1 261 108 101 20 1,773 18.3 42

Kevin Murphy YEAR DRAFTED: 2012 TEAM DRAFTED BY: Utah Jazz ROUND DRAFTED: 2nd Round NBA OVERALL SELECTION: 47th Overall Pick NBA Kevin Murphy wrapped up a stellar Golden Eagle career finishing second on the all-time scoring list as one of just two Tech players to record over 2,000 points. On Jan. 30, 2012 he broke the school record for points in a game with 50 against SIUE. He also played more games than any Golden Eagle in history. Drafted by the Utah Jazz with the 47th overall pick, Murphy is the third highest NBA draft pick in Tech history.

MURPHY’S CAREER STATS:

SEASON GP-GS FGM-FGA PCT. 3M-3A PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. REB AVG PF AST ST BS PTS AVG HI 2008-09 30-19 95-248 .383 38-93 .409 59-82 .720 88 2.9 55 53 17 9 287 9.6 23 2009-10 32-31 170-385 .442 37-121 .306 114-151 .755 125 3.9 75 66 23 4 491 15.3 25 2010-11 33-28 202-423 .478 37-111 .333 119-163 .730 149 4.5 72 57 34 6 560 17.0 31 2011-12 33-32 239-538 .444 79-190 .416 124-172 .721 173 5.2 71 76 28 7 681 20.6 50 TOTAL 128-110 706-1,594 .443 191-515 .371 416-568 .732 535 4.2 273 252 102 26 2,019 15.8 50

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RECORD BOOK Individual Records by Class

Freshman Sophomore Junior

Senior

Points 503 Earl Wise, 1986-87

503 Stephen Kite, 1983-84

720 Jimmy Hagan, 1958-59

799 John Best, 1992-93

Average 21.3 Kenny Sidwell, 1954-55

18.0 Stephen Kite, 1983-84

28.8 Jimmy Hagan, 1958-59

28.5 John Best, 1992-93

FG Percentage .688 Amadi McKenzie, 2004-05

.662 Joe Jones, 1982-83

.671 Greg Morgan, 2001-02

.647 Alfred Jones, 2010-11

FT Percentage .859 Brent Jolly, 1999-00

.931 Brent Jolly, 2000-01

.927 Brent Jolly, 2001-02

.890 Josh Heard, 1999-00

Rebounds 253 Rich Stone, 1969-70

275 Jimmy Hagan, 1957-58 Lorenzo Coleman, 1994-95

454 Jimmy Hagan, 1958-59

379 Jimmy Hagan, 1959-60

Assists 153 Anthony Avery, 1985-86

189 Van Usher, 1989-90

247 Van Usher, 1990-91

246 Van Usher, 1991-92

Steals 48 Stephen Kite, 1982-83

80 Van Usher, 1989-90

113 Van Usher, 1990-91

86 Van Usher, 1991-92

Blocked Shots 85 Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-94

123 Lorenzo Coleman, 1994-95

97 Lorenzo Coleman, 1995-96

134 Lorenzo Coleman, 1996-97

3-Pointers Made 38 Kevin Murphy, 2008-09

80 98 112 Leigh Gayden, 2000-01 Josh Heard, 1998-99 Josh Heard, 1999-00

All-Time 30 - Point Games Pts Player 50 Kevin Murphy 48 Ron Filipek 48 Jimmy Hagan 44 Kenny Sidwell 42 John Best 41 Frank Jones Jim Clemens Bobby Young 39 Bobby Porter 38 John Best John Best Dave Pratt 37 John Best John Best Bobby Young 36 John Best Clyde Hopkins Tom Schmidt Frank Jones Tom McKinney Bobby Young 35 Torrance Rowe Belton Rivers Anthony Fisher Rob West Frank Jones Wayne Pack Rich Stone 34 Jud Dillard Jud Dillard Kevin Murphy Willie Jenkins John Best Earl Wise Jim Clemens

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Opponent SIUE Middle Tennessee East Tennessee Morehead State @Morehead State East Tennessee William Penn Morehead State Cleveland State @Murray State Eastern Kentucky Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Austin Peay Western Kentucky Southern Miss. Covenant Valdosta State Western Carolina East Tennessee Tampa Jackson State Northwestern State @Austin Peay Morehead State Western Kentucky Austin Peay Western Kentucky @Eastern Illinois Coastal Carolina @Eastern Kentucky @Southeast Missouri Morehead State @Chattanooga Eastern Kentucky

Date 1/30/12 2/21/66 2/16/59 1/19/56 2/22/93 2/7/76 1/26/74 2/15/64 1/31/77 1/30/93 1/9/93 2/27/67 3/1/93 1/14/93 2/7/64 12/12/92 11/22/91 12/22/75 12/16/74 N/A 2/10/64 11/24/15 2/17/07 12/2/06 2/28/94 1/11/75 1/20/73 2/14/72 1/10/13 11/15/12 1/16/12 1/20/05 1/11/93 12/15/88 1/26/74

Pts Player Al Lewis Ron Filipek Buddy Howell 33 Kevin Murphy Belton Rivers Willie Jenkins Leigh Gayden Carlos Floyd John Best John Best Van Usher Frank Jones Frank Jones Frank Jones Al Lewis Eddie Mason Eddie Mason 32 Willie Jenkins Larrie Smith Rob West Carlos Floyd John Best John Best John Best John Best Earl Wise Tom Schmidt Frank Jones Frank Jones Rich Stone Ron Filipek Bobby Young 31 Dwan Caldwell Kevin Murphy Kevin Murphy

Opponent Morehead State Murray State @Clemson @Austin Peay Southeast Missouri Tennessee State @Murray State @Tennessee Appalachian State Tennessee-Martin @Georgia Austin Peay Middle Tennessee East Tennessee Eastern Kentucky Stetson Tampa Virginia-Intermont Tennessee-Martin Austin Peay* Murray State Morehead State East Carolina Austin Peay Bethel Austin Peay Middle Tennessee Eastern Kentucky Mercer Stetson Centenary Western Kentucky Lipscomb Murray State* Wilberforce

Date 2/26/72 2/20/67 12/9/53 2/2/12 12/9/06 1/31/04 2/22/01 2/1/94 2/9/93 2/6/93 12/28/91 3/7/76 2/8/75 2/1/75 1/29/72 12/20/62 12/17/62 11/23/04 1/10/01 3/3/94 1/17/94 2/22/92 12/30/92 1/19/91 11/23/90 3/4/89 3/1/76 1/31/76 1/2/75 12/18/71 1/26/67 1/14/65 12/3/15 3/2/12 11/27/11

Pts Player Kevin Murphy Willie Jenkins Josh Heard John Best Earl Wise Earl Wise Steve Taylor Rich Stone Bill Bland 30 Aleksa Jugovic Aleksa Jugovic Markell Henderson Aleksa Jugovic Kevin Murphy Anthony Fisher Cameron Crisp Brent Jolly Greg Bibb Rob West John Best Earl Wise Earl Wise Earl Wise Earl Wise Earl Wise Anthony Avery Earl Wise Frank Jones Tom Schmidt Frank Jones Frank Jones Ron Sutton Ron Filipek Charles Woods

Opponent Murray State Jacksonville State Middle Tennessee Austin Peay Sam Houston Youngstown State Mercer Austin Peay Chattanooga @ Tennessee State @ Lipscomb Alabama A&M Eastern Kentucky Morehead State* Austin Peay Murray State Toccoa Falls @Middle Tennessee @Hawaii-Hilo @Tennessee Covenant Austin Peay @ Miami (Fla.) Freed-Hardeman Freed-Hardeman Samford Coastal Carolina Morehead State Eastern Kentucky Arkansas State Mercer Eastern Kentucky Austin Peay Pan American

Date 1/15/11 2/17/05 2/12/00 1/25/92 12/4/89 1/26/87 1/31/83 1/24/72 1/30/68 1/19/17 12/1/16 11/17/16 2/27/16 3/5/11 2/20/07 2/28/04 1/11/00 1/28/95 12/28/93 12/3/92 1/16/90 2/16/89 2/8/89 1/5/89 1/4/88 12/30/87 12/9/87 2/2/76 1/31/76 12/11/75 12/7/74 3/2/70 1/17/66 1/23/65

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TEAM RECORDS MOST POINTS Game: 131 vs. Toccoa Falls, 1999-00 127 vs. Centenary, 1964-65 123 vs. Georgia Southern, 1964-65 Season: 2,532 in 1993-94 2,531 in 1991-92 2,462 in 2010-11 2,442 in 2002-03 2,416 in 2015-16 HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE Season: 87.3 in 1991-92 87.1 in 1992-93 86.0 in 1975-76 85.7 in 1965-66 MOST FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 50 vs. Georgia Southern, 1964-65 49 vs. Toccoa Falls, 1999-00 49 vs. Centenary, 1964-65 49 vs. Murray State, 1964-65 Season: 924 in 1991-92 918 in 1993-94 891 in 1990-91 890 in 2010-11 FEWEST FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 12 vs. Austin Peay, 1987-88 MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 108 vs. Maryville, 1952-53 107 vs. Centenary, 1964-65 106 vs. Baptist College, 1975-76 Season: 2,242 in 1993-94 2,056 in 1965-66 2,004 in 1988-89 HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game: 68.6% vs. Austin Peay, 1984-85 (35/51) 68.5% at SIU Edwardsville, 2010-11 (37/54) 67.3% at UT Martin, 2010-11 (35/52) 66.7% vs. Southern Miss., 1985-86 (36/54) 65.3% vs. Toccoa Falls, 1999-00 (49/75) Season: 52.0% in 1984-85, (804/1547) 51.7% in 1981-82, (706/1365) 51.1% in 1983-84, (807/1582) LOWEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game: 25.0% vs. Alabama, 1998-99 (15/60) MOST 3-POINTERS MADE Game: 18 vs. Toccoa Falls, 1999-00 16 vs. Charleston Southern, 1999-00 15 vs. Middle Tennessee, 1999-00 Season: 279 in 1999-2000 266 in 2016-17 244 in 2000-01 MOST 3-POINTERS ATTEMPTED Game: 40 vs. North Carolina, 1999-2000 39 vs. Southeast Missouri, 1993-94 36 vs. Eastern Illinois, 1999-2000 35 vs. Notre Dame, 2000-01 Season: 757 in 1999-2000 731 in 2015-16 HIGHEST 3-POINT PERCENTAGE (min. 15 att.) Game: 70.6% vs. Austin Peay, 1992-93 (12/17) 66.7% vs. Morehead, 1998-99 (10/15) 66.7% vs. Clinch Valley, 1996-97 (12/18) 66.7% vs. Reinhardt, 2000-01 (13/36) Season: 38.3% 2009-2010 (186/486) 38.2% in 1982-83 (49/128) 36.9% in 1999-2000 (279/757) 36.7% in 1996-97 (230/375) MOST FREE THROWS MADE Game: 47 vs. Western Kentucky, 1992-93 46 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1956-57 41 vs. Southeast Missouri, 1992-93 Season: 689 in 2000-01 576 in 2002-03 566 in 2015-16

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FEWEST FREE THROWS MADE Game: 1 vs. Texas-Pan American, 1972-73 1 vs. UT Martin, 1996-97 2 vs. Alabama, 1995-96 2 vs. North Carolina, 1999-2000 MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game: 69 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1956-57 55 vs. Western Kentucky, 1992-93 50 vs. UNC-Wilmington, 1988-89 49 vs. Union (Ky.), 2007-08 Season: 855 in 2006-07 853 in 1952-53 821 in 1953-54 800 in 2010-11 798 in 2002-03 FEWEST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game: 2 vs. Alabama, 1995-96 2 vs. North Carolina, 1999-2000 HIGHEST FREE THROW PCT. (min. 15 att.) Game: 96.7% at Jacksonville State, 2008-09 (29/30) 95.7% vs. Southern Miss., 1984-85 (22/23) 95.0% vs. Samford, 2006-07 (19/20) Season: 76.8% in 1999-2000 (532/693) 74.9% in 2000-01 (516/689) 74.3 % in 2015-16 (566/731) CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS MADE Game: 24 vs. Morehead State, 1999-00 22 at. Jacksonville State, 2008-09 LOWEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Game: 20.0% vs. Texas-Pan American, 1972-73 (1/5) MOST REBOUNDS Game: 88 vs. East Tennessee State, 1963-64 84 vs. East Tennessee State, 1961-62 78 vs. Tampa, 1963-64 76 vs. Baptist, 1975-76 Season: 1,441 in 1965-66 1,406 in 1965-66 1,386 in 1993-94 FEWEST REBOUNDS Game: 17 vs. Western Kentucky, 1981-82 HIGHEST REBOUND AVERAGE Season: 57.6 in 1961-62 57.6 in 1965-66 54.6 in 1962-63 MOST ASSISTS Game: 36 vs. Toccoa Falls, 1999-2000 35 vs. Southeast Missouri, 2008-09 32 vs. Covenant, 1991-92 31 vs. Covenant, 1990-91, 2000-01 31 vs. Milwaukee, 1989-90 Season: 571 in 1989-90 533 in 2002-03 532 in 1992-93 FEWEST ASSISTS Game: 2 vs. Evansville, 1981-82

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS Game: 13 vs. Morehead State, 1995-96 13 vs. Lambuth, 1995-96 12 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1996-97 12 vs. Middle Tennessee, 1995-96 12 vs. Northern Illinois, 1994-95 12 vs. Oral Roberts, 1994-95 12 vs. Middle Tennessee, 1994-95 Season: 181 in 1994-95 171 in 1996-97 165 in 2008-09 159 in 1995-96 126 in 2007-08 MOST TURNOVERS Game: 37 vs. Austin Peay, 1987-88 36 vs. Austin Peay, 1976-77 35 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1978-79 32 vs. four different opponents Season: 556 in 2002-03 543 in 1988-89 537 in 2010-11 535 in 2007-08 FEWEST TURNOVERS Game: 5 vs. Samford, 2006-07 5 vs. UT Martin,1995-96 MOST FOULS Game: 38 vs. Milligan, 1975-76 37 vs. Austin Peay, 1988-89 Season: 693 in 2005-06 672 in 1993-94 665 in 2010-11 660 in 2006-07 FEWEST FOULS Game: 8 vs. Tennessee State, 1982-83 8 vs. Lambuth, 1995-96 MOST PLAYERS FOULED OUT Game: 5 vs. Austin Peay, 1988-89 5 vs. Milligan, 1975-76 4 vs. five different opponents Season: 38 in 1975-76 36 in 1953-54 32 in 1993-94 MOST GAMES PLAYED Season: 34 in 2001-02 MOST MINUTES PLAYED Game: 65 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1954-55 (5 OT) Season: 1,370 in 2001-02 BOLD ITALIC indicates records during 2012-13 season

MOST STEALS Game: 26 vs. Hiwassee, 2010-11 26 vs. Covenant, 1991-92 22 vs. Crowley’s Ridge, 2010-11 21 vs. Union (Ky.), 2007-08 19 vs. Covenant, 1990-91 18 vs. Southeast Missouri, 2006-07 18 vs. Bethel, 1990-91 Season: 281 in 2007-08 279 in 2010-11 277 in 1989-90 275 in 1990-91 264 in 2008-09

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS GAME RECORDS

POINTS Rk Name, Opp, Date 1. Kevin Murphy vs SIUE, 1/30/12 2. Ron Filipek vs Middle Tennessee, 2/21/66 Jimmy Hagan vs East Tennessee State, 2/16/59 4. Kenny Sidwell vs Morehead State, 1/19/56 5. John Best @ Morehead State, 2/22/93 6. Frank Jones vs East Tennessee State, 2/7/76 Jim Clemens vs William Penn, 1/26/74 Bobby Young vs Morehead State, 2/15/64 9. Bobby Porter vs Cleveland State, 1/31/77 10. John Best @ Murray State, 1/30/93 John Best vs Eastern Kentucky, 1/9/93 Dave Pratt vs Eastern Kentucky, 2/27/67 FIELD GOALS MADE Rk Name, Opp, Date 1. Ron Filipek vs Middle Tennessee , 2/21/1966 2. Jim Clemens vs William Penn, 1/7,1974 3. John Best vs Southern Miss, 12/22/1992 Bobby Porter vs Cleveland State, 1/31/1977 Rich Stone vs Western Kentucky, 2/14/1972 Al Lewis vs Morehead State, 2/26/1972 7. Kevin Murphy vs SIUE, 1/30/2012 Clyde Hopkins vs Covenant College, 11/22/1992 Dave Pratt @ Eastern Kentucky, 2/6/1967 10. John Best vs Austin Peay, 2/10/1992 Frank Jones vs Western Kentucky, 1/11/1975 Frank Jones @ Western Carolina, 12/16/1975 Art Bosnak @ Chattanooga, 2/3/1969 Bill Bland vs Chattanooga, 1/30/1968 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rk Name, Opp, Date 1. Ron Filipek vs Middle Tennessee , 2/21/1966 Bobby Young vs Tampa, 2/10/1964 Tommy Downing vs Austin Peay, 2/16/1952 4. Frank Jones @ Valdosta State, 12/20/1974 Bobby Young @ Eastern Kentucky, 2/18/1964 6. Frank Jones @ Austin Peay, 1/20/1975 7. John Best @ Tennessee State, 2/25/1993 Frank Jones vs Middle Tennessee, 1/13/1975 9. Josh Heard @ Middle Tennessee, 2/12/2000 John Best vs Southern Miss, 12/22/1992 Earl Wise vs Tennessee State, 1/13/1990 Earl Wise vs Chattanooga, 12/16/1989 Tom Schmidt vs Middle Tennessee, 2/16/1976 Frank Jones @ Middle Tennessee, 1/12/1974 Jim Clemens vs Austin Peay, 1/19/1974 Frank Jones @ East Tennessee State, 2/2/1974 Bob Chapman vs Murray State, 2/10/1969 John CarMichael @ UT-Arlington, 1/3/1967 FIELD GOAL PCT. (MINIMUM 8 FG MADE) Rk Name, Opp, Date 1. Jud Dillard @ UT Martin, 2/12/2011 (9-9) Amadi McKenzie @ UT Martin, 2/12/2007 (9-9) Derek Stribling vs Bluefield, 11/22/2005 (10-10) Marc Burnett @ Youngstown State, 2/2/1982 (8-8) Bill Bland vs Chattanooga, 2/23/1970, (10-10) 6. Amadi McKenzie vs Eastern Kentucky, 2/2/2008 (12-13) Damien Kinloch @ Austin Peay, 1/17/2002 (12-13) Larrie Smith vs Toccoa Falls, 1/11/2000 (12-13) 9. Jud Dillard vs Tennessee State, 1/5/2012 (11-12) Jud Dillard vs Austin Peay, 1/21/2010 (11-12)

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Pts 50 48 48 44 42 41 41 41 39 38 38 38 FGM 20 18 17 17 17 17 16 16 16 15 15 15 15 15 FGA 34 34 34 32 32 30 29 29 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 Pct 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .923 .923 .923 .917 .917

FREE THROWS MADE Rk Name, Opp, Date 1. Kenny Sidwell vs Eastern Kentucky, 12/6/1954 2. Greg Bibb vs Middle Tennessee, 1/28/1995 John Best vs Southeast Missouri, 3/1/1993 4. Corey Hemphill vs Eastern Kentucky, 1/26/1989 Buddy Howell vs Murray State, 2/6/1954 6. Torrance Rowe @ Murray State, 1/7/2016 Torrance Rowe vs Jackson State, 11/24/2015 Dwan Caldwell @ Morehead State, 3/1/2014 9. Jud Dillard vs Jacksonville State, 2/9/2013 John Best @ Tennessee, 12/3/1992

FTM 24 17 17 16 16 15 15 15 14 14

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Rk Name, Opp, Date 1. Buddy Howell vs Murray State, 2/6/1954 2. Corey Hemphill vs Eastern Kentucky, 1/21/1998 3. John Best vs Southeast Missouri, 3/1/1993 4. Greg Bibb @ Middle Tennessee, 1/28/1995 5. Torrance Rowe vs Jackson State, 11/24/2015 6. Jud Dillard @ SIUE, 1/12/2013 Damien Kinloch vs Loyola Chicago, 11/27/2001 John Best vs Morehead State, 1/11/1993 John Best @ Tennessee, 12/3/1992 10. Torrance Rowe @ Murray State, 1/7/2016 Ryan Martin @ Morehead State, 1/21/2016 Dwan Caldwell @ Morehead State, 3/1/2014 Jud Dillard vs Morehead State, 3/2/2013 Daniel Northern @ Eastern Illinois, 1/29/2009 Larrie Smith @ Eastern Kentucky,1/8/1999 John Best @ Eastern Kentucky, 2/20/1993 John Best @ Southeast Missouri, 2/8/1992 Pete Abuls @ Austin Peay, 2/18/1982 Bobby Young vs Morehead State, 1/6/1964 FREE THROW PCT. (MINIMUM 10 FT MADE) Rk Name, Opp, Date 1 Torrance Rowe @ Murray State, 1/7/2016 (15-15) Dwan Caldwell @ Morehead State, 2/26/2015 (15-15) 3. Jud Dillard vs Jacksonville State, 12/29/2012 (14-14) 4. Greg Bibb vs Middle Tennessee, 2/9/1995 (12-12) Maurice Houston vs Texas, 12/22/1993 (12-12) 6. Aleksa Jugovic @ Tennessee State, 1/19/2017 (11-11) 7. Kevin Murphy vs Murray State, 1/15/2011 (10-10) Daniel Northern @ Jacksonville State, 2/28/2009 (10-10) Damien Kinloch vs Middle Tennessee, 12/4/2002 (10-10) Corey Hemphill @ UT Martin, 1/27/2000 (10-10) Corey Hemphill @ UNC Asheville, 11/28/1998 (10-10) Corey Hemphill vs UT Martin, 1/30/1999 (10-10) John Best @ Eastern Kentucky, 1/11/1992 (10-10) Mitch Cupples @ Southeast Missouri, 2/8/1992 (10-10) Milos Babic vs Tennessee State, 2/22/1988 (10-10) Jimmy Elliott vs Akron, 3/4/1983 (10-10) Jimmy Howell vs Valparaiso, 1/30/1978 (10-10) Jim Clemens @ Western Kentucky, 1/14/1974 (10-10) Rich Stone @ Eastern Kentucky, 2/28/1972 (10-10) Ron Filipek @ Morehead State, 2/25/1967 (10-10) 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Rk Name, Opp, Date 1. Hakeem Rogers vs Crowley's Ridge, 12/4/2016 Cameron Crisp @ Murray State, 3/2/2004 Bobby McWilliams vs Morehead State, 2/10/1990 4. Aleksa Jugovic @ New Mexico, 11/21/2017 Aleksa Jugovic vs Southeast Missouri, 1/16/2016 Aleksa Jugovic vs Eastern Kentucky, 2/27/2016 Torrance Rowe @ Belmont, 2/20/2016 Kevin Murphy vs Murray State, 2/25/2012 Frank Davis @ Morehead State, 2/6/2010 Frank Davis @ Eastern Kentucky, 1/10/2009 Leigh Gayden @ Austin Peay, 1/18/2001 Leigh Gayden @ Murray State, 2/22/2001 Josh Heard vs Eastern Kentucky, 1/21/1999 Rob West vs Eastern Carolina, 12/30/1992

FTA 32 22 19 18 17 16 16 16 16 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 Pct 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3FG 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Rk Name, Opp, Date 3FGA 1. Josh Heard vs Middle Tennessee, 1/15/2000 18 2. Josh Heard vs Murray State, 2/26/2000 17 3. Josh Heard @ North Carolina, 12/12/1999 16 Josh Heard @ Murray State, 2/23/1999 16 5. Torrance Rowe @ Belmont, 2/20/2016 15 Leigh Gayden @ Austin Peay, 2/22/2001 15 Josh Heard vs Eastern Kentucky, 1/21/1999 15 8. Belton Rivers vs Eastern Kentucky, 2/4/2006 14 Josh Heard @ UT Martin, 1/4/1999 14 Rob West vs Eastern Carolina, 12/30/1992 14 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. (MINIMUM 5 ATTEMPTS) Rk Name, Opp, Date Pct 1. Aleksa Jugovic @ New Mexico, 12/21/2017 (7-7) 1.000 2. Van Usher @ Georgia, 12/28/1991 (5-5) 1.000 3. Kajon Mack vs Maryland Eastern Shore, 11/25/2017 (6-7) .857 Corey Hemphill @ Charleston Southern, 12/28/1999 (6-7) .857 5. Frank Davis vs Louisiana-Monroe, 11/29/2008 (5-6) .833 Belton Rivers vs Samford, 1/14/2007 (5-6) .833 Brent Jolly vs UNC Asheville, 11/27/1999 (5-6) .833 Mitch Cupples @ Southeast Missouri, 2/1/1993 (5-6) .833 Anthony Avery vs Western Illinois, 1/9/1989 (5-6) .833 Anthony Avery @ Murray State, 2/27/1988 (5-6) .833 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. (MINIMUM 10 ATTEMPTS) Rk Name, Opp, Date Pct 1. Carlos Floyd vs UConn, 12/30/1993 (7-10) .700 2. Josh Heard vs Georgia, 11/5/1999 (9-13) .692 3. Bobby McWilliams vs Morehead State, 2/10/1990 (8-12) .667 4. Aleksa Jugovic @ Lipscomb, 12/1/2016 (7-11) .636 Aleksa Jugovic vs Southeast Missouri, 1/16/2016 (7-11) .636 Anthony Fisher @ Austin Peay, 12/2/2006 (7-11) .636 Josh Heard @ Tennessee State, 2/17/2000 (7-11) .636 Earl Wise vs Freed-Hardeman, 1/4/1988 (7-11) .636 9. Hakeem Rogers vs Crowley's Ridge, 12/4/2016 (8-13) .615 Cameron Crisp @ Murray State, 3/2/2004 (8-13) .615 REBOUNDS Rk Name, Opp, Date Reb 1. Jimmy Hagan vs Morehead State, 2/20/1959 30 2. Lorenzo Coleman vs Bethel College, 12/10/1994 22 3. Lorenzo Coleman @ UT Martin, 1/25/1997 21 4. Larrie Smith vs Southeast Missouri, 2/6/2001 20 Lorenzo Coleman vs Middle Tennessee, 2/8/1997 20 Charles Edmonson vs Tennessee State, 3/2/1992 20 Harold Johnson vs UNC Charlotte, 2/1/1973 20 Ron Sutton @ Western Kentucky, 1/6/1968 20 Ron Filipek @ Eastern Kentucky, 2/6/1967 20 Ron Filipek @ Austin Peay, 2/18/1967 20 Tom Kirby vs Arkansas State, 12/5/1966 20 Ron Filipek vs Middle Tennessee, 2/21/1966 20 Bobby Young @ East Tennessee State, 2/22/1964 20 John Adams vs Western Kentucky, 1/8/1963 20 ASSISTS Rk Name, Opp, Date 1. Van Usher @ Western Kentucky, 12/28/1990 2. Wayne Pack @ Morehead State, 1/16/1971 3. Maurice Houston vs Morehead State, 1/11/1993 Van Usher vs Austin Peay, 1/25/1992 Van Usher vs Mississippi Valley State, 1/6/1990 6. Zac Swansey vs SIUE, 1/30/2012 Van Usher vs Western Carolina, 12/22/1990 Tony DiLeo vs Stetson, 2/3/1975 9. Corey Hemphill vs Eastern Kentucky, 1/21/1999 Chris Turner vs Eastern Kentucky, 1/29/1996 Tony DiLeo vs Murray State, 2/18/1975 Wayne Pack @ Chattanooga, 12/1/1971 Wayne Pack @ Arkansas State, 12/29/1970

Ast 17 16 15 15 15 14 14 14 13 13 13 13 13

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS STEALS Rk Name, Opp, Date 1. Curtis Phillips Jr. @ New Mexico, 11/21/2017 Van Usher vs Bethel College, 11/23/1990 Van Usher vs Covenant College, 12/3/1990 Van Usher @ Vanderbilt, 11/29/1989 Jimmy Howell vs Murray State, 2/5/1979 6. Zach Bailey vs Hiwassee College, 12/16/2010 Van Usher @ Murray State, 1/21/1991 Van Usher @ Sam Houston State, 12/19/1989 Van Usher @ Nebraska, 12/14/1990 Van Usher vs Tennessee State, 2/26/1990

Stl 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7

BLOCKS Rk Name, Opp Date 1. Lorenzo Coleman @ Eastern Kentucky, 1/6/1997 Lorenzo Coleman vs Lambuth College, 12/17/1995 Lorenzo Coleman vs Oral Roberts, 12/21/1994 4. Lorenzo Coleman vs Cumberland, 11/25/1996 Lorenzo Coleman @ Morehead State, 2/26/1996 Lorenzo Coleman vs Northern Illinois, 12/3/1994 Lorenzo Coleman vs UT Martin, 2/6/1995 8. Lorenzo Coleman @ Northwestern, 12/3/1996 Lorenzo Coleman vs Middle Tennessee, 2/9/1995 Lorenzo Coleman vs Austin Peay, 2/18/1995

Blk 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 8 8 8

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POINTS

On Jan. 30, 2012, Kevin Murphy (55, above) cemented his legacy as a Golden Eagle, scoring a Tech record 50 points against SEMO, the highest single-game total of any Division I player that season. Murphy would go on to be drafted in the second round of the 2012 NBA Draft by the Utah Jazz.

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SEASON RECORDS SEASON RECORDS POINTS Rk Name, Years 1. John Best, 1992-93 2. Jimmy Hagan, 1958-59 3. Kevin Murphy, 2011-12 4. Earl Wise, 1988-89 5. Rob West, 1993-94 6. Frank Jones, 1974-75 7. John Best, 1991-92 8. Jud Dillard, 2011-12 9. Belton Rivers, 2006-07 Willie Jenkins, 2004-05

G 28 25 33 30 31 25 27 33 32 29

Pts 799 720 681 650 587 582 580 572 570 570

SCORING AVERAGE Rk Name, Years G 1. Jimmy Hagan, 1958-59 25 2. John Best, 1992-93 28 3. Jimmy Hagan, 1959-60 22 4. Frank Jones, 1974-75 25 5. Tom Schmidt, 1975-76 24 6. Frank Jones, 1975-76 24 7. Bobby Young, 1963-64 22 8. Earl Wise, 1988-89 30 9. Kenny Sidwell, 1954-55 21 10. Kevin Murphy, 2011-12 33 Ron Filipek, 1966-67 23

Avg 28.8 28.5 24.3 23.3 23.0 22.3 22.2 21.7 21.3 20.6 20.6

FIELD GOALS MADE Rk Name, Years G FG 1. John Best, 1992-93 28 296 2. Earl Wise, 1988-89 30 267 3. Jimmy Hagan, 1958-59 25 254 4. Frank Jones, 1974-75 25 244 5. Tom Schmidt, 1975-76 24 243 6. Kevin Murphy, 2011-12 33 239 7. Frank Jones, 1975-76 24 227 8. John Best, 1991-92 27 220 9. Stephen Kite, 1983-84 28 218 10. Earl Wise, 1986-87 27 217 FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Rk Name, Years G FGA 1. Earl Wise, 1988-89 30 608 2. Jimmy Hagan, 1958-59 25 547 3. Kevin Murphy, 2011-12 33 538 4. John Best, 1992-93 28 535 5. Rob West, 1993-94 31 512 6. Frank Jones, 1974-75 25 527 7. Earl Wise, 1989-90 27 483 8. Bobby Young, 1963-64 22 479 9. Frank Jones, 1973-74 25 478 10. Carlos Floyd,1993-94 31 467 FIELD GOAL PCT. (MINIMUM 100 FG MADE) Rk Name, Years FG FGA Pct 1. Greg Morgan, 2001-02 102 152 .671 2. Alfred Jones, 2009-10 120 180 .667 3. Alfred Jones, 2010-11 119 184 .647 4. Greg Morgan, 2002-03 118 183 .645 Lorenzo Coleman, 1996-97 198 307 .645 6. Lorenzo Coleman, 1994-95 168 270 .622 7. Dennis Ogbe, 2012-13 122 199 .613 8. Dennis Ogbe, 2013-14 128 210 .610 9. Amadi McKenzie, 2006-07 163 268 .608 10. Amadi McKenzie, 2007-08 178 301 .591 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Rk Name, Years G 3FG 1. Josh Heard, 1999-00 28 112 2. Josh Heard, 1998-99 27 98 3. Belton Rivers, 2006-07 32 92 4. Rob West, 1992-93 31 90 5. Frank Davis, 2009-10 32 88

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6. Aleksa Jugovic, 2016-17 32 82 7. Torrance Rowe, 2015-2016 31 81 8. Leigh Gayden, 2000-01 29 80 9. Kevin Murphy, 2011-12 33 79 10. Frank Davis, 2008-09 30 76 3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Rk Name, Years G 3FGA 1. Josh Heard, 1999-00 28 290 2. Josh Heard, 1998-99 27 262 3. Belton Rivers, 2006-07 32 253 4. Torrance Rowe, 2015-17 31 236 5. Aleksa Jugovic, 2016-17 32 228 6. Rob West, 1993-94 31 217 7. Hakeem Rogers, 2016-17 32 202 8. Leigh Gayden, 2000-01 29 200 9. Frank Davis, 2009-10 32 198 10. Belton Rivers, 2005-06 31 194 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. (MINIMUM 35 3FG MADE) Rk Name, Years 3FG 3FGA Pct 1. Cameron Crisp,2001-02 72 156 .462 2. Frank Davis, 2009-10 88 198 .444 3. Milone Clark, 2003-04 41 93 .441 4. Brent Jolly, 1999-00 36 83 .434 5. Frank Davis, 2008-09 76 177 .429 6. Aleksa Jugovic, 2016-17 71 169 .420 7. Kevin Murphy, 2011-12 79 190 .416 8. Brent Jolly, 2002-03 49 143 .413 9. Elijah Muhammad, 2009-10 44 107 .411 10. Kevin Murphy, 2008-09 38 93 .409 FREE THROWS MADE Rk Name, Years G FT 1. Jimmy Hagan, 1958-59 25 212 2. John Best, 1992-93 28 203 3. Anthony Fisher, 2007-08 32 185 4. Kenny Sidwell, 1954-55 21 183 5. Damien Kinloch, 2011-02 34 178 6. Jud Dillard,2011-12 33 169 7. Anthony Fisher, 2006-07 32 167 8. Damien Kinloch, 2002-03 32 161 9. Jud Dillard, 2012-13 29 160 10. Ryan Martin, 2015-2016 31 154 FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Rk Name, Years 1. John Best, 1992-93 2. Damien Kinloch,2001-02 3. Jimmy Hagan, 1958-59 4. Anthony Fisher, 2006-07 5. Kenny Sidwell, 1954-55 6. Damien Kinloch, 2002-03 7. Jerome Howell, 1953-54 8. Jimmy Hagan, 1959-60 9. Anthony Fisher, 2006-07 10. Jud Dillard, 2011-12 FREE THROW PCT. (MINIMUM 75 FT MADE) Rk Name, Years 1 Brent Jolly, 2000-01 2 Brent Jolly, 2001-02 3 Aleksa Jugovic, 2016-17 4 Greg Bibb, 1994-95 5 Josh Heard, 1999-00 6 Corey Hemphill, 1999-00 7 Torrance Rowe, 2015-16 8 Jimmy Elliott, 1982-83 9 Eddie Mason, 1962-63 Kenny Sidwell, 1957-58

G FTA 28 271 34 266 25 256 32 243 21 239 32 237 22 231 22 220 32 209 33 205 FT 95 76 108 106 89 98 129 93 83 100

FTA 102 82 119 117 100 113 149 108 98 118

Pct .931 .927 .908 .906 .890 .867 .866 .861 .847 .847

REBOUNDS Rk Name, Years 1. Jimmy Hagan, 1958-59 2. Jimmy Hagan, 1959-60 3. Lorenzo Coleman, 1996-97 4. Henry Jordan, 1965-66 5. Daniel Northern, 2007-08 6. Ron Filipek, 1966-67 7. Damien Kinloch, 2001-02 8. Charles Jackson, 2014-15 9. Jud Dillard, 2011-12 Ron Filipek, 1965-66

G Reb 25 454 22 379 28 333 25 327 32 296 23 290 34 288 30 286 33 282 25 282

REBOUNDS PER GAME Rk Name, Years 1. Jimmy Hagan, 1958-59 2. Jimmy Hagan, 1959-60 3. Henry Jordan, 1965-66 4. Herbie Merrit, 1957-58 5. Herbie Merrit, 1956-57 6. Ron Filipek, 1966-67 7. Herbie Merrit, 1955-56 8. Bobby Young, 1963-64 9. Lorenzo Coleman, 1996-97 10. Ron Filipek, 1965-66

G 25 22 25 24 21 23 21 22 28 25

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS (SINCE 1990) Rk Name, Years 1. Lorenzo Coleman, 1996-97 2. Daniel Northern, 2007-08 3. Jud Dillard, 2011-12 4. Lorenzo Coleman, 1994-95 5. Ryan Martin, 2015-16 6. Damien Kinloch, 2001-02 7. Daniel Northern, 2008-09 8. Damien Kinloch, 2002-03 9. Charles Jackson, 2014-15 10. Jud Dillard, 2012-13

G D Reb 28 221 32 198 33 197 27 186 31 179 34 178 29 177 32 176 30 175 29 169

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS PER GAME (SINCE 1990) Rk Name, Years 1. Daniel Northern, 2007-08 2. Daniel Northern, 2008-09 3. Jud Dillard, 2011-12 4. Charles Jackson, 2014-15 5. Jud Dillard, 2012-13 6. Ryan Martin, 2015-16 7. Damien Kinloch, 2002-03 8. Damien Kinloch, 2001-02 9. Amadi McKenzie, 2007-08 10. Larrie Smith, 2000-01

G Avg 32 6.2 29 6.1 33 6.0 30 5.8 29 5.8 31 5.8 32 5.5 34 5.2 32 5.2 29 5.0

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS (SINCE 1990) Rk Name, Years 1. Lorenzo Coleman, 1996-97 2. Charles Jackson, 2014-15 3. Damien Kinloch, 2001-02 4. Larrie Smith, 2000-01 5. Carlos Floyd, 1993-94 6. Larrie Smith, 1999-00 7. Amadi McKenzie, 2007-08 8. Amadi McKenzie, 2006-07 9. Damien Kinloch, 2002-03 10. Daniel Northern, 2007-08

G O Reb 28 112 30 111 34 110 29 109 31 107 28 105 32 103 32 101 32 99 32 98

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS PER GAME (SINCE 1990) Rk Name, Years 1. Larrie Smith, 2000-01 2. Charles Jackson, 2014-15 3. Damien Kinloch, 2001-02 4. Amadi McKenzie, 2007-08 5. Amadi McKenzie, 2006-07 6. Damien Kinloch, 2002-03 7. Daniel Northern, 2007-08

G Avg 29 3.8 30 3.7 34 3.2 32 3.2 32 3.2 32 3.1 32 3.1

Avg 18.2 17.2 13.1 13.0 12.8 12.6 12.1 12.0 11.9 11.2

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SEASON RECORDS 8. Daniel Northern, 2008-09 9. Willie Jenkins, 2003-04 10. Dwan Caldwell, 2013-14

29 28 33

2.7 2.7 2.7

ASSISTS Rk Name, Years 1. Van Usher, 1991-92 2. Van Usher, 1990-91 3. Zac Swansey, 2010-11 4. Carlton Clarington, 1984-85 5. Zac Swansey, 2011-12 6. Van Usher, 1989-90 7. Anthony Avery, 1988-89 8. Maurice Houston, 1993-94 9. Tony DiLeo, 1974-75 10. Jeremiah Samarrippas, 2013-14

G 29 28 33 28 33 28 30 31 25 33

Ast 254 247 212 210 192 189 183 170 167 158

ASSISTS PER GAME Rk Name, Years 1. Van Usher, 1990-91 2. Van Usher, 1991-92 3. Carlton Clarington, 1984-85 4. Maurice Houston, 1993-94 5. Van Usher, 1989-90 6. Tony DiLeo, 1974-75 7. Zac Swansey, 2010-11 8. Anthony Avery, 1988-89 9. Zac Swansey, 2011-12 10. Corey Hemphill, 1999-00

G Avg 28 8.8 29 8.7 28 7.5 31 6.8 28 6.7 25 6.6 33 6.4 30 6.1 33 5.8 28 5.5

BLOCKED SHOTS (SINCE 1981) Rk Name, Years 1. Lorenzo Coleman, 1996-97 2. Lorenzo Coleman, 1994-95 3. Lorenzo Coleman, 1995-96 4. Daniel Northern, 2007-08 5. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-94 6. Daniel Northern, 2008-09 7. Anthony Morse, 2015-16 8. Milos Babic, 1988-89 9. Alex Franco, 1997-98 10. Steve Taylor, 1982-83

G 28 27 28 32 30 29 31 30 29 28

BLOCKED SHOTS PER GAME (SINCE 1981) Rk Name, Years 1. Lorenzo Coleman, 1996-97 2. Lorenzo Coleman, 1994-95 3. Lorenzo Coleman, 1995-96 4. Daniel Northern, 2007-08 Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-94 6. Daniel Northern, 2008-09 7. Anthony Morse, 2015-16 Milos Babic, 1988-89 9. Alex Franco, 1997-98 10. Steve Taylor, 1982-83

G Avg 28 4.7 27 4.5 28 3.3 32 2.8 30 2.8 29 2.6 31 1.9 30 1.7 29 1.7 28 1.7

STEALS Rk Name, Years 1. Van Usher, 1990-91 2. Van Usher, 1991-92 3. Anthony Avery, 1988-89 4. Van Usher, 1989-90 5. Keyon Boyd, 2005-06 6. Zac Swansey, 2011-12 7. Alex Franco, 1997-98 8. Zac Swansey, 2010-11 9. Stephen Kite, 1985-86 10. Joey Westmoreland, 2001-02

G 28 29 30 28 30 33 29 33 29 34

STEALS PER GAME Rk Name, Years 1. Van Usher, 1990-91 2. Alex Franco, 1997-98 Van Usher, 1991-92

G Avg 28 4.0 29 2.9 29 2.9

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Blk 134 123 94 90 85 75 59 58 52 47

Stl 113 86 85 80 73 72 71 68 64 60

4. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Van Usher, 1989-90 Anthony Avery, 1988-89 Keyon Boyd, 2005-06 Zac Swansey, 2011-12 Stephen Kite, 1985-86 Zac Swansey, 2010-11 Larrie Smith, 2000-01

28 30 30 33 29 33 29

2.8 2.8 2.4 2.2 2.2 2.1 1.9

GAMES PLAYED Rk Name, Years 1. DeAntoine Beasley, 2001-02 Cameron Crisp, 2001-02 Damien Kinloch, 2001-02 Joey Westmoreland, 2001-02 Brent Jolly, 2001-02 Greg Morgan, 2001-02 Jason Harrell, 2001-02 8. Dennis Ogbe, 2013-14 Josiah Moore, 2013-14 Jordan Johnson, 2013-14 Dwan Caldwell, 2013-14 Jeremiah Samarrippas, 2013-14 Zac Swansey, 2011-12 Zach Bailey, 2011-12 Kevin Murphy, 2011-12 Bassey Inameti, 2011-12 Jud Dillard, 2011-12 Zac Swansey, 2010-11 Kevin Murphy, 2010-11 Alfred Jones, 2010-11

GP 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33

GAMES STARTED Rk Name, Years 1. Joey Westmoreland, 2001-02 Brent Jolly, 2001-02 3. Zac Swansey, 2011-12 DeAntoine Beasley, 2001-02 Damien Kinloch, 2001-02 6. Aleksa Jugovic, 2016-17 Kajon Mack, 2016-17 Jeremiah Samarrippas, 2013-14 Javon McKay, 2013-14 Kevin Murphy, 2011-12 Jud Dillard, 2011-12 Alfred Jones, 2009-10 Anthony Fisher, 2007-08 Brent Jolly, 2002-03 Damien Kinloch, 2002-03

GS 34 34 33 33 33 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32

MINUTES PLAYED Rk Name, Years 1. Zac Swansey, 2011-12 2. Kevin Murphy, 2011-12 3. Aleksa Jugovic, 2016-17 4. Anthony Fisher, 2006-07 5. Anthony Avery, 1985-86 6. Jud Dillard, 2011-12 7. Torrance Rowe, 2015-16 8. Earl Wise, 1988-89 9. Zac Swansey, 2010-11 10. Belton Rivers, 2006-07

Min 1,174 1,139 1,122 1,114 1,110 1,103 1,100 1,088 1,080 1,068

TURNOVERS Rk Name, Years 1. Maurice Houston, 1993-94 2. Willie Jenkins, 2004-05 3. Zac Swansey, 2010-11 4. Zac Swansey, 2011-12 John Best, 1992-93 6. Anthony Avery, 1987-88 7. Anthony Avery, 1988-89 8. Milos Babic, 1988-89 9. Carlton Clarington, 1984-85 10. Van Usher, 1991-92

TO 121 117 116 114 114 109 98 94 89 87

PERSONAL FOULS Rk Name, Years 1. Jimmy Howell, 1976-77 2. Greg Bibb, 1993-94 3. Mason Ramsey, 2016-17 4. John Best, 1991-92 Maury Schwegman, 1970-71 5. Maury Schwegman, 1971-72 6. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-94 7. Stephen Kite, 1985-86 8. Ketchell Strauss, 1968-69 9. Micaiah Henry, 2016-17 Bobby Porter, 1977-78

PF 165 123 113 105 105 104 98 96 93 92 92

TIMES DISQUALIFIED (FOULS) Rk Name, Years 1. Greg Bibb, 1993-94 2. Mason Ramsey, 2016-17 Anthony Morse, 2015-16 Greg Bibb, 1994-95 Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-94 6. John Best, 1991-92 Bobby Troupe, 1978-79 8. Greg Bibb, 1995-96 Lorenzo Coleman, 1994-95 Pat Kannapel, 1978-79

DQ 12 9 9 9 9 8 8 7 7 7

ASSIST-TO-TURNOVER RATIO Rk Name, Years 1. Will Moore, 2003-04 2. Van Usher, 1990-91 3. Van Usher, 1991-92 4. Van Usher, 1989-90 5. Keyon Boyd, 2003-04 Leigh Gayden, 2000-01 Bobby McWilliams, 1989-90 8. Elijah Muhammed, 2008-09 9. Cameron Crisp, 2003-04 Corey Hemphill, 1999-00

A:TO 3.8 3.2 2.9 2.5 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.1 2.0 2.0

DOUBLE-DOUBLES Rk Name, Years 1. Lorenzo Coleman, 1996-97 2. Charles Jackson, 2014-2015 3. Daniel Northern, 2007-08 4. Milos Babic, 1988-89 Ron Filipek, 1965-66 Bobby Young, 1963-64 7. John Best, 1992-93 Charles Edmonson, 1991-92 Rich Stone, 1972-73 Rich Stone, 1971-72

No 20 18 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 12

MOST 20-POINT GAMES Rk Name, Years 1. John Best, 1992-93 2. Earl Wise, 1988-89 3. Kevin Murphy, 2010-11 Willie Jenkins, 2004-05 5. John Best, 1991-92 Frank Jones, 1974-75 7. Willie Jenkins, 2003-04 8. Jud Dillard, 2012-13 9. Earl Wise, 1987-88 10. Torrance Rowe, 2015-16 Jud Dillard, 2011-12 Rob West, 1993-94 Frank Jones, 1973-74 Rich Stone, 1971-72

No 25 20 18 18 17 17 16 15 14 13 13 13 13 13

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SEASON RECORDS MOST 30-POINT GAMES Rk Name, Years 1. John Best, 1992-93 2. Frank Jones, 1974-75 3. Kevin Murphy, 2011-12 Earl Wise, 1988-89 Frank Jones, 1975-76 6. Willie Jenkins, 2004-2005 Rob West, 1993-94 Tom Schmidt, 1975-76 Rich Stone, 1971-72 Bobby Young, 1963-64

No 11 6 5 5 5 3 3 3 3 3

MOST 40-POINT GAMES Rk Name, Years 1. Kevin Murphy, 2011-12 John Best, 1992-93 Frank Jones, 1975-76 Jim Clemens, 1973-74 Ron Filipek, 1965-66 Bobby Young, 1963-64 Jimmy Hagan, 1958-59 Kenny Sidwell, 1955-56

No 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

MOST 10-REBOUND GAMES Rk Name, Years 1. Charles Jackson, 2014-15 2. Lorenzo Coleman, 1996-97 3. Henry Jordan, 1965-66 4. Ed Kovach, 1970-71 5. Daniel Northern, 2007-08 Charles Edmonson, 1991-92 Milos Babic, 1988-89 Rich Stone, 1971-72 9. Rich Stone, 1972-73 Ron Sutton, 1969-70

No 21 20 16 15 14 14 14 14 13 13

MOST 15-REBOUND GAMES Rk Name, Years 1. John Adams, 1962-63 2. Rich Stone, 1969-70 3. Charles Jackson, 2014-15 Lorenzo Coleman, 1996-97 Harold Johnson, 1972-73 Ron Filipek, 1966-67 Bobby Young, 1963-64 7. Daniel Northern, 2008-09 Lorenzo Coleman, 1994-95 Rich Stone, 1972-73 Henry Jordan, 1965-66 MOST 20-REBOUND GAMES Rk Name, Years 1. Lorenzo Coleman, 1996-97 Ron Filipek, 1966-67 3. Larrie Smith, 2000-01 Lorenzo Coleman, 1994-95 Charles Edmonson, 1991-92 Harold Johnson, 1972-73 Ron Sutton, 1967-68 Tom Kirby, 1966-67 Ron Filipek, 1965-66 Bobby Young, 1963-64 John Adams, 1962-63 MOST 10-ASSIST GAMES Rk Name, Years 1. Van Usher, 1991-92 2. Van Usher, 1990-91 3. Zac Swansey, 2011-12 Zac Swansey, 2010-11 Maurice Houston, 1992-93 Tony Dileo, 1974-75 7. Carlton Clarington, 1984-85

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8. 10.

Cameron Crisp, 2002-03 Van Usher, 1989-90 Maurice Houston, 1993-94 Anthony Avery, 1987-88

3 3 2 2

MOST 5-BLOCKED SHOT GAMES Rk Name, Years 1. Lorenzo Coleman, 1996-97 Lorenzo Coleman, 1994-95 3. Lorenzo Coleman, 1995-96 4. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-94 5. Daniel Northern, 2008-09 Daniel Northern, 2007-08 Milos Babic, 88-89 8. Charles Jackson, 2014-15 Damien Kinloch, 2001-02 Eric Akins, 1997-98

No 12 12 7 6 3 3 3 1 1 1

No 8 6 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 No 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 No 13 9 6 6 6 6 5

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CAREER RECORDS CAREER RECORDS

POINTS Rk Name, Years G Pts 1. Earl Wise, 1986-90 113 2,196 2. Kevin Murphy, 2008-12 128 2,109 3. Stephen Kite, 1982-86 113 1,806 4. John Best, 1989-93 97 1,773 5. Frank Jones, 1972-76 99 1,733 6. Jud Dillard, 2009-13 123 1,732 7. Anthony Fisher, 2004-08 124 1,726 8. Anthony Avery, 1985-89 111 1,563 9. Jimmy Hagan, 1957-60 73 1,539 10. Kenny Sidwell, 1954-58 86 1,476 11. Cameron Crisp, 2000-04 128 1,372 12. Lorenzo Coleman, 1994-97 113 1,365 13. Rob West, 1990-94 110 1,360 14. Amadi McKenzie, 2005-08 122 1,331 15. Maurice Houston, 1990-94 111 1,309 16. Brent Jolly, 1999-03 123 1,290 17. Rich Stone, 1969-73 75 1,253 18. Ron Filipek, 1964-67 73 1,252 19. Wayne Pack, 1970-73 73 1,223 20. Pete Abuls, 1978-82 97 1,187 21. Bobby Porter, 1974-78 100 1,173 22. Herbie Merritt, 1953-56 88 1,168 23. Greg Bibb, 1992-96 112 1,160 24. Jerome Rodgers, 1987-91 114 1,138 25. Frank Davis, 2006-10 125 1,118 26. Willie Jenkins, 2003-05 57 1,116 27. Van Usher, 1989-92 85 1,103 28. Lonnie Boone, 1981-85 110 1,074 29. Damien Kinloch, 2000-03 66 1,069 30. Tom Schmidt, 1973-76 64 1,066 31. Ron Sutton, 1968-70 75 1,041 32. Aleksa Jugovic, 2014-17 93 1,035 33. Marc Burnett, 1977-82 105 1,023 34. Milone Clark, 2002-06 120 1,020 35. Tommy Downing, 1949-1953 1,010 36. Mitch Cupples, 1989-93 113 1,007 SCORING AVERAGE (MINIMUM 50 GAMES PLAYED) Rk Name, Years 1. Jimmy Hagan, 1957-60 2. Willie Jenkins, 2003-05 3. Earl Wise, 1986-90 4. John Best, 1989,93 5. Frank Jones, 1972-76 6. Ron Filipek, 1964-67 Kenny Sidwell, 1954-58 8. Wayne Pack, 1970-73 9. Tom Schmidt, 1973-76 Rich Stone, 1969-73 11. Damien Kinloch, 2000-03 12. Stephen Kite, 1982-86 13. Tommy McKinney, 1959-62 14. Kevin Murphy, 2008-12 15. Al Lewis, 1970-73

G 73 57 113 97 99 73 86 73 64 75 66 113 60 128 59

Avg 21.1 19.6 19.4 18.3 17.5 17.2 17.2 16.9 16.7 16.7 16.2 16.0 15.9 15.8 15.5

FIELD GOALS MADE Rk Name, Years 1. Earl Wise, 1986-90 2. Stephen Kite, 1982-86 3. Frank Jones, 1972-76 4. Kevin Murphy, 2008-12 5. John Best, 1989-93 6. Jud Dillard, 2009-13 7. Jimmy Hagan, 1957-60 8. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-97 9. Anthony Avery, 1985-89 10. Rich Stone, 1969-73

G 113 113 99 128 97 123 73 113 111 75

FG 892 776 734 706 658 606 560 558 543 517

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FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rk Name, Years 1. Earl Wise, 1986-90 2. Frank Jones, 1972-76 3. Kevin Murphy, 2008-12 4. Stephen Kite, 1982-86 5. Jimmy Hagan, 1957-60 6. Kenny Sidwell, 1954-58 7. Anthony Avery, 1985-89 8. Jud Dillard, 2009-13 9. John Best, 1989-93 10. Cameron Crisp, 2000-04

G 113 99 128 113 73 86 111 123 97 123

FGA 1949 1618 1594 1375 1273 1241 1234 1218 1189 1156

FGA 533 842 622 929 1,375 1,189 901 556 656 978

Pct .612 .602 .587 .580 .564 .553 .546 .545 .500 .499

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Rk Name, Years 1. Frank Davis, 2006-10 2. Brent Jolly, 1999-03 3. Josh Heard, 1998-00 4. Rob West, 1990-94 5. Cameron Crisp, 2000-04 6. Kevin Murphy, 2008-12 7. Aleksa Jugovic, 2014-17 8. Leigh Gayden, 1999-04 9. Belton Rivers, 2005-07 10. Anthony Avery, 1985-89

G 125 123 55 110 123 128 93 108 63 111

3FG 251 223 210 205 197 191 181 180 159 144

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rk Name, Years 1. Frank Davis, 2006-10 2. Brent Jolly, 1999-03 3. Rob West, 1990-94 4. Josh Heard, 1998-00 5. Anthony Fisher, 2004-08 6. Kevin Murphy, 2008-12 7. Cameron Crisp, 2000-04 8. Aleksa Jugovic, 2014-17 9. Belton Rivers, 2005-07 10. Anthony Avery, 1986-89

G 125 123 110 55 124 128 123 93 63 82

3FGA 616 595 579 552 522 515 512 487 447 394

FIELD GOAL PCT. (MINIMUM 300 FG MADE) Rk Name, Years 1. Dennis Ogbe, 2010-14 2. Amadi McKenzie, 2004-08 3. Damien Kinloch, 2000-03 4. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-97 5. Stephen Kite, 1982-86 6. John Best, 1989-93 7. Lonnie Boone, 1981-85 8. Steve Taylor, 1981-83 9. Jimmy Elliott, 1982-85 10. Bobby Porter, 1974-78

FG 326 507 365 558 776 658 492 303 328 488

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. (MINIMUM 75 3FG MADE) Rk Name, Years 3FG 3FGA Pct 1. Frank Davis, 2006-10 251 616 .407 2. Brent Jolly, 1999-03 223 573 .389 3. Keyon Boyd, 2002-06 112 291 .385 Cameron Crisp, 2000-04 197 512 .385 5. Leigh Gayden, 1999-04 180 470 .383 6. Mitch Cupples, 1989-93 121 318 .381 7. Josh Heard, 1998-00 210 552 .380 8. Aleksa Jugovic, 2014-17 181 479 .378 9. Jason Embry, 1995-97 92 245 .376 10. Bobby McWilliams, 1989-91 122 325 .375 FREE THROWS MADE Rk Name, Years 1. Anthony Fisher, 2004-08 2. Kenny Sidwell, 1954-58 3. Jud Dillard, 2009-13 4. John Best, 1989-93 5. Jimmy Hagan, 1957-60 6. Kevin Murphy, 2008-12 7. Brent Jolly, 1999-03

G 124 86 123 97 73 128 123

FT 561 524 470 449 419 416 347

8. Damien Kinloch, 2000-03 9. Anthony Avery, 1985-89 10. Earl Wise, 1986-90

66 111 113

339 333 309

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Rk Name, Years 1. Anthony Fisher, 2004-08 2. Kenny Sidwell, 1954-58 3. Jud Dillard, 2009-13 4. John Best, 1989-93 5. Jimmy Hagan, 1957-60 6. Kevin Murphy, 2008-12 7. Amadi McKenzie, 2004-08 8. Damien Kinloch, 2000-03 9. Anthony Avery, 1985-89 10. Jerome Rodgers, 1987-91

G 124 86 123 97 73 128 122 66 111 114

FTA 718 657 618 610 572 568 519 503 470 466

FTA 391 236 231 291 273 286 280 657 357 341

Pct .887 .877 .840 .838 .821 .816 .807 .798 .795 .789

REBOUNDS Rk Name, Years 1. Jimmy Hagan, 1957-60 2. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-97 3. Ron Filipek, 1964-67 4. Earl Wise, 1986-90 5. Stephen Kite, 1982-86 6. Herbie Merritt, 1953-58 7. Jud Dillard, 2009-13 8. Rich Stone, 1969-73 9. Amadi McKenzie, 2004-08 10. Bobby Porter, 1974-78

G 73 113 73 113 113 88 123 75 122 100

Reb 1,108 1,001 846 845 844 834 816 774 771 715

REBOUNDS PER GAME Rk Name, Years 1. Jimmy Hagan, 1957-60 2. Ron Filipek, 1964-67 3. Tommy McKinney, 1959-62 4. Rich Stone, 1969-73 5. Bobby Young, 1961-64 6. Herbie Merritt, 1953-58 7. Ron Sutton, 1968-70 8. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-97 9. Larrie Smith, 1999-01 10. Damien Kinloch, 2000-03

G 73 73 60 75 61 88 75 113 57 66

Avg 15.2 11.6 10.7 10.3 9.6 9.5 9.2 8.9 8.6 8.5

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS (SINCE 1990) Rk Name, Years 1. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-97 2. Jud Dillard, 2009-13 3. Amadi McKenzie, 2004-08 4. Kevin Murphy, 2008-12 5. Daniel Northern, 2006-09 6. Greg Bibb, 1992-96 7. John Best, 1989-93 8. Damien Kinloch, 2000-03 9. Wade Wester, 1989-93 10. Terrell Barnes, 2009-13

G D Reb 113 650 123 577 122 464 128 426 95 420 112 413 97 357 66 354 112 345 119 306

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS PER GAME Rk Name, Years 1. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-97 2. Damien Kinloch, 2000-03 3. Daniel Northern, 2006-09

G 113 66 85

FREE THROW PCT. (MINIMUM 175 FT MADE) Rk Name, Years 1. Brent Jolly, 1999-03 2. Aleksa Jugovic, 2014-17 3. Torrance Rowe, 2014-16 4. Jimmy Elliott, 1982-85 5. Zach Bailey, 2008-12 6. Jimmy Howell, 1975-79 7. Corey Hemphill, 1998-00 8. Kenny Sidwell, 1954-58 9. Greg Bibb, 1992-96 10. Rich Stone, 1969-73

FT 347 207 194 244 224 231 226 524 284 269

Avg 5.8 5.4 4.9

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CAREER RECORDS 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Larrie Smith, 1999-01 Jud Dillard, 2009-13 Willie Jenkins, 2003-05 Wesley Whitehorn, 1997-98 Wade Wester, 1989-93 Charles Edmonson, 1990-92 Amadi McKenzie, 2004-08

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS (SINCE 1990) Rk Name, Years 1. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-97 2. Amadi McKenzie, 2004-08 3. Jud Dillard, 2009-13 4. John Best, 1989-93 5. Larrie Smith, 1999-01 6. Mitch Cupples, 1989-93 7. Daniel Northern, 2006-09 Damien Kinloch, 2000-03 9. Dennis Ogbe, 2010-14 10. Carlos Floyd, 1993-96

57 123 57 57 83 54 122

4.9 4.7 4.7 4.3 4.1 3.9 3.8

G O Reb 113 351 122 307 123 239 97 237 57 214 113 211 95 209 66 209 123 204 86 203

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS PER GAME Rk Name, Years G 1. Larrie Smith, 1999-01 57 2. Damien Kinloch, 2000-03 66 3. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-97 113 4. Daniel Northern, 2006-09 85 Amadi McKenzie, 2004-08 122 6. Carlos Floyd, 1993-96 85 Jerome Rodgers, 1989-91 56 John Best, 1989-93 97 9. Dwan Caldwell, 2013-15 63 Willie Jenkins, 2003-05 57 ASSISTS Rk Name, Years G 1. Van Usher, 1989-92 85 2. Anthony Avery, 1985-89 111 3. Carlton Clarington, 1981-85 110 4. Maurice Houston, 1990-94 111 5. Wayne Pack, 1970-73 73 6. Zac Swansey, 2009-12 66 7. Cameron Crisp, 2000-04 128 8. Jimmy Howell, 1975-79 102 9. Keyon Boyd, 2002-06 119 10. Anthony Fisher, 2004-08 124

Avg 3.8 3.2 3.1 2.5 2.5 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.3 2.3 Ast 690 593 470 448 422 404 367 325 320 314

ASSISTS PER GAME Rk Name, Years 1. Van Usher, 1989-92 2. Zac Swansey, 2009-12 3. Wayne Pack, 1970-73 4. Anthony Avery, 1985-89 Tony DiLeo, 1973-74 6. Corey Hemphill, 1998-00 7. Jeremiah Samarrippas, 2012-14 8. Carlton Clarington, 1981-85 9. Maurice Houston, 1990-94 10. Elijah Muhammad, 2008-10 Will Moore, 2002-04 Anthony Avery, 1985-89

G 85 66 73 111 50 55 62 110 111 62 56 111

Avg 8.1 6.1 5.8 5.4 5.4 5.3 4.5 4.3 4.0 3.7 3.7 3.7

BLOCKS (SINCE 1976) Rk Name, Years 1. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-97 2. Daniel Northern, 2006-09 3. Milos Babic, 1987-90 4. Anthony Morse, 2012-16 5. Bassey Inameti, 2007-12 6. Jonathan Jones, 2003-07 Eric Akins, 1996-00 8. Steve Taylor, 1981-83 9. Bobby Porter, 1974-78 10. Damien Kinloch, 2000-03

G 113 85 80 110 112 114 110 53 100 66

Blk 436 184 115 110 98 87 87 84 78 77

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BLOCKS PER GAME Rk Name, Years 1. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-97 2. Daniel Northern, 2006-09 3. Steve Taylor, 1981-83 4. Milos Babic, 1987-90 5. Damien Kinloch, 2000-03 6. Anthony Morse, 2012-16 7. Bassey Inameti, 2007-12 8. Jonathan Jones, 2003-07 Eric Akins, 1996-00 10. Greg Morgan, 2001-03 Lance Parr, 1994-96

G 113 85 53 80 66 110 112 114 110 66 52

Avg 3.9 2.2 1.6 1.4 1.2 1.0 0.9 0.8 0.8 0.7 0.7

STEALS (SINCE 1975) Rk Name, Years 1. Van Usher, 1989-92 2. Stephen Kite, 1982-86 3. Anthony Avery, 1985-89 4. Joey Westmoreland, 1998-02 5. Earl Wise, 1986-90 Carlton Clarington, 1981-85 7. Keyon Boyd, 2002-06 8. Frank Davis, 2006-10 9. Zac Swansey, 2009-12 10. Marc Glanton, 1995-98

G 85 113 111 117 113 110 119 125 66 112

Stl 280 213 202 184 155 155 154 147 140 138

STEALS PER GAME Rk Name, Years 1. Van Usher, 1989-92 2. Zac Swansey, 2009-12 3. Stephen Kite, 1982-86 4. Jeremiah Samarrippas, 2012-14 5. Willie Jenkins, 2003-05 Joey Westmoreland, 1998-02 7. Earl Wise, 1986-90 Carlton Clarington, 1981-85 9. Elijah Muhammad, 2008-10 Keyon Boyd, 2002-06 Jason Harrell, 2000-02

G 85 66 113 62 57 124 113 110 62 119 63

Avg 3.3 2.1 1.9 1.6 1.5 1.5 1.4 1.4 1.3 1.3 1.3

GAMES PLAYED Rk Name, Years 1. Kevin Murphy, 2008-12 2. Frank Davis, 2006-10 3. Anthony Fisher, 2004-08 4. Dennis Ogbe, 2010-14 Jud Dillard, 2009-13 Cameron Crisp, 2000-04 Brent Jolly, 1999-03 8. Zach Bailey, 2008-12 Amadi McKenzie, 2004-08 10. Javon McKay, 2010-15 Milone Clark, 2002-06

GP 128 125 124 123 123 123 123 122 122 120 120

GAMES STARTED (SINCE 1980) Rk Name, Years 1. Stephen Kite, 1982-86 2. Joey Westmoreland, 1998-02 Earl Wise, 1986-90 4. Kevin Murphy, 2008-12 5. Anthony Avery, 1985-89 6. Jerome Rodgers, 1987-91 7. Danny Schultz, 1980-84 8. Brent Jolly, 1999-03 9. Milone Clark, 2002-06 10. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-97

GS 113 111 111 110 109 104 101 96 95 93

CONSECUTIVE GAMES STARTED (SINCE 1980) Rk Name, Years 1. Stephen Kite, 1982-86 2. Brent Jolly, 1999-03

GS 113 95

MINUTES PLAYED (SINCE 1982) Rk Name, Years 1. Earl Wise, 1986-90 2. Anthony Avery, 1985-89 3. Kevin Murphy, 2008-12 4. Stephen Kite, 1982-86 5. Anthony Fisher, 2004-08 6. Jud Dillard, 2009-13 7. Brent Jolly, 1999-03 8. Maurice Houston, 1990-94 9. Cameron Crisp, 2000-04 10. Frank Davis, 2006-10

Min 4,060 3,932 3,718 3,565 3,547 3,443 3,365 3,212 3,086 3,010

TURNOVERS (SINCE 1982) Rk Name, Years 1. Anthony, Avery, 1985-86 2. Kevin Murphy, 2008-12 3. Carlton Clarington, 1981-85 4. Anthony Fisher, 2004-08 5. Earl Wise, 1986-90 6. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-97 7. Maurice Houston, 1990-94 8. John Best, 1989-93 9. Jud Dillard, 2009-13 10. Milos, Babic, 1986-90

TO 394 383 322 314 294 290 289 261 258 239

PERSONAL FOULS (SINCE 1982) RK Name, Years 1. Amadi McKenzie, 2004-08 2. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-97 3. Greg Bibb, 1992-96 4. Terrell Barnes, 2009-13 5. Dennis Ogbe, 2010-14 6. Joey Westmoreland, 1998-02 7. Bassey Inameti, 2008-12 8. Zach Bailey, 2008-12 9. Anthony Fisher, 2004-08 10. Jonathan Jones, 2003-07

PF 357 354 341 309 300 295 289 287 284 276

TIMES DISQUALIFIED (FOULS) (SINCE 1978) Rk Name, Years 1. Greg Bibb, 1992-96 2. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-97 3. Mason Ramsey, 2014-17 4. Amadi McKenzie, 2004-08 Stephen Kite, 1982-86 6. Milos Babic, 1986-90 7. Anthony Avery, 1985-89 8. Bassey Inameti, 2008-12 Mitch Cupples, 1989-93 10. DeAntoine Beasley, 1997-02 Maurice Houston, 1990-94 John Best, 1989-93 Carlton Hendrix, 1978-82

DQ 29 22 18 15 15 14 13 12 12 11 11 11 11

ASSIST-TO-TURNOVER RATIO Rk Name, Years 1. Van Usher, 1989-92 2. Will Moore, 2002-04 3. Bobby McWilliams, 1989-91 4. Zac Swansey, 2010-12 5. Corey Hemphill, 1998-00 6. Elijah Muhammad, 2008-10 Keyon Boyd, 2002-06 Cameron Crisp, 2000-04 Leigh Gayden, 1999-03 Maurice Houston, 1990-94 Carlton Clarington, 1981-85

A:TO 2.9 2.5 1.9 1.8 1.7 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6

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CAREER RECORDS TRIPLE-DOUBLES Rk Name, Years 1. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-97 vs. Oral Roberts, 12/21/94 (18 points, 11 rebounds, 10 blocked shots) Van Usher, 1989-92 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 2/24/92 (16 points, 10 rebounds, 14 assists)

No 1 1

DOUBLE-DOUBLES Rk Name, Years 1. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-97 2. Rich Stone, 1970-73 3. Earl Wise, 1986-90 4. Jud Dillard, 2009-13 Milos Babic, 1987-90 6. Daniel Northern, 2006-09 Stephen Kite, 1982-86 8. Damien Kinloch, 2001-03 9. Ron Filipek, 1964-67 10. Bobby Porter, 1975-78 Bobby Young, 1961-64

No 40 33 31 26 26 25 25 23 23 21 21

MOST 20-POINT GAMES Rk Name, Years 1. Earl Wise, 1986-90 2. John Best, 1989-93 3. Frank Jones, 1972-76 4. Kevin Murphy, 2008-12 5. Jud Dillard, 2009-13 Willie Jenkins, 2003-05 7. Stephen Kite, 1982-86 8. Wayne Pack, 1970-73 9. Anthony Fisher, 2004-08 10. Rob West, 1990-94

No 59 50 40 39 34 34 29 28 22 21

MOST 30-POINT GAMES Rk Name, Years 1. John Best, 1989-92 2. Frank Jones, 1972-76 3. Earl Wise, 1986-90 4. Kevin Murphy, 2008-12 5. Ron Filipek, 1964-67 Bobby Young, 1961-64 7. Willie Jenkins, 2003-05 Rob West, 1990-94 Tom Schmidt, 1973-76 Rich Stone, 1969-73

No 15 11 10 7 4 4 3 3 3 3

MOST 40-POINT GAMES Rk Name, Years 1. Kevin Murphy, 2008-12 John Best, 1989-93 Frank Jones, 1972-76 Jim Clemens, 1971-74 Ron Filipek, 1964-67 Bobby Young, 1961-64 Jimmy Hagan, 1957-60 Kenny Sidwell, 1954-58

No 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

MOST 10-REBOUND GAMES Rk Name, Years 1. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-97 2. Rich Stone, 1969-73 3. Earl Wise, 1986-90 4. Daniel Northern, 2007-09 5. Jud Dillard, 2009-13 6. Milos Babic, 1986-90 7. Stephen Kite, 1982-86 Bobby Porter, 1974-78 Ron Filipek, 1964-67 Bobby Young, 1961-64

No 46 38 30 28 26 25 24 24 24 24

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MOST 15-REBOUND GAMES Rk Name, Years 1. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-97 2. Rich Stone, 1969-73 Ron Filipek, 1964-67 4. Bobby Young, 1961-64 John Adams, 1960-63 6. Charles Jackson, 2014-15 Daniel Northern, 2007-09 Larrie Smith, 1999-01 Harold Johnson, 1972-73 Ron Sutton, 1969-73

No 13 11 11 8 8 5 5 5 5 5

MOST 20-REBOUND GAMES Rk Name, Years 1. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-97 Ron Filipek, 1964-67 3. Larrie Smith, 1999-01 Charles Edmonson, 1990-92 Harold Johnson, 1972-73 Ron Sutton, 1969-73 Tom Kirby, 1964-67 Bobb Young, 1961-64 John Adams, 1960-63

No 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

MOST 10-ASSIST GAMES Rk Name, Years 1. Van Usher, 1989-92 2. Zac Swansey, 2010-12 3. Maurice Houston, 1990-94 4. Tony Dileo, 1973-75 5. Carlton Clarington, 1981-85 6. Cameron Crisp, 2000-04 Anthony Avery, 1985-89 Jimmy Howell, 1975-79 9. Torrance Rowe, 2014-16 Corey Hemphill, 1998-00

No 24 12 8 7 5 3 3 3 2 2

MOST 5-BLOCKED SHOT GAMES Rk Name, Years 1. Lorenzo Coleman, 1993-97 2. Daniel Northern, 2007-09 3. Milos Babic, 1986-90 4. Charles Jackson, 2014-15 Damien Kinloch, 2000-03 Eric Akins, 1996-00

No 37 6 3 1 1 1

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REJECTIONS

Lorenzo Coleman (50 at right) finished his four-year Golden Eagle career ranked third all-time in NCAA Division I for blocked shots with 439. That total stands as both the school and Ohio Valley Conference career records.

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ANNUAL LEADERS SCORING LEADERS

(number) indicates player ranked nationally

Year Name 1954-55 Kenny Sidwell (Fr.) 1955-56 Herbie Merritt (Jr.) 1956-57 Kenny Sidwell (Jr.) 1957-58 Kenny Sidwell (Sr.) 1958-59 Jimmy Hagan (Jr.) 1959-60 Jimmy Hagan (Sr.) 1960-61 Tom McKinney (Jr.) 1961-62 Tom McKinney (Sr.) 1962-63 Eddie Mason (Sr.) 1963-64 Bobby Young (Sr.) 1964-65 Charles Wood (Sr.) 1965-66 Ron Filipek (Jr.) 1966-67 Ron Filipek (Sr.) 1967-68 Frank Bartleson (Jr.) 1968-69 Ron Sutton (Jr.) 1969-70 Art Bosnak (Sr.) 1970-71 Al Lewis (So.) 1971-72 Rich Stone (Jr.) 1972-73 Wayne Pack (Sr.) 1973-74 Frank Jones (So.) 1974-75 Frank Jones (Jr.) 1975-76 Tom Schmidt (Sr.) 1976-77 Bobby Porter (Jr.) 1977-78 Bobby Porter (Sr.) 1978-79 Brian Troupe (Sr.) 1979-80 Pete Abuls (So.) 1980-81 Mike Williams (Sr.) 1981-82 Pete Abuls (Sr.) 1982-83 Steve Taylor (Sr.) 1983-84 Stephen Kite (So.) 1984-85 Stephen Kite (Jr.) 1985-86 Stephen Kite (Sr.) 1986-87 Earl Wise (Fr.) 1987-88 Earl Wise (So.) 1988-89 Earl Wise (Jr.) 1989-90 Earl Wise (Sr.) 1990-91 John Best (So.) 1991-92 John Best (Jr.) 1992-93 John Best (Sr.) 1993-94 Rob West (Sr.) 1994-95 Lorenzo Coleman (So.) 1995-96 Greg Bibb (Sr.) 1996-97 Lorenzo Coleman (Sr.) 1997-98 Alex Franco (Jr.) 1998-99 Josh Heard (Jr.) 1999-00 Josh Heard (Sr.) 2000-01 Larrie Smith (Sr.) 2001-02 Damien Kinloch (Jr.) 2002-03 Damien Kinloch (Sr.) 2003-04 Willie Jenkins (Jr.) 2004-05 Willie Jenkins (Sr.) 2005-06 Anthony Fisher (So.) 2006-07 Belton Rivers (Sr.) 2007-08 Anthony Fisher (Sr.) 2008-09 Daniel Northern (Sr.) 2009-10 Kevin Murphy (So.) 2010-11 Kevin Murphy (Jr.) 2011-12 Kevin Murphy (Sr.) 2012-13 Jud Dillard (Sr.) 2013-14 Dwan Caldwell (Jr.) 2014-15 Charles Jackson (Jr.) 2015-16 Torrance Rowe (Sr.) 2016-17 Aleksa Jugovic (Jr.)

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ALL-TIME CAPTAINS Games FGM 3FGM FTM 21 132 183 21 153 88 20 97 98 24 122 100 25 254 212 22 196 142 19 107 107 21 154 90 24 144 83 22 196 97 25 154 59 25 178 69 23 181 111 26 157 45 24 163 73 25 167 54 24 178 67 25 200 81 25 192 76 25 208 69 25 244 94 24 243 67 26 180 64 26 167 76 26 147 82 26 121 73 26 150 64 26 137 103 28 166 58 28 218 67 28 188 80 29 211 65 27 217 9 60 28 203 25 66 30 267 28 88 28 205 41 95 25 127 1 92 29 220 3 137 28 296 4 203 31 199 69 120 27 168 0 68 28 121 16 89 28 198 0 92 29 140 0 43 27 135 98 80 28 145 112 89 29 172 2 127 34 185 0 178 32 180 0 161 28 200 42 104 29 200 57 113 31 117 66 119 32 182 92 114 32 157 47 185 29 124 1 115 32 170 37 114 33 202 37 119 33 239 79 124 29 182 36 160 33 137 0 80 30 157 0 76 31 177 81 129 32 148 82 108

Pts Avg 447 21.3 394 18.8 292 14.6 344 14.3 720 (3rd) 28.8 534 24.3 321 16.9 398 19.0 371 15.5 489 22.2 367 14.7 425 17.0 473 20.6 359 13.8 399 16.6 388 15.5 423 17.6 481 19.2 460 18.4 485 19.5 582 23.3 553 23.0 424 16.3 410 15.8 376 14.5 315 12.1 364 14.0 377 14.5 390 13.9 503 18.0 456 16.3 487 16.8 503 18.6 497 17.8 650 21.7 546 19.5 347 13.9 580 20.0 799 (3rd) 28.5 587 18.9 404 15.0 379 13.5 488 17.4 323 11.1 448 16.6 491 17.5 473 16.3 548 16.1 521 16.3 546 19.5 570 19.7 401 12.9 570 17.8 546 17.1 364 12.6 491 15.3 560 17.0 681 (10th) 20.6 560 (24th) 19.3 344 10.7 390 13.0 584 18.2 486 15.2

Year 1936-37 1940-41 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

Team Captains Raymond Brown Chester Nelson Womack Red Jarrell / Cortez Butler Johnny Pasker / Ralph Butler Johnny Pasker / L.D. Carden L.D. Carden Don Cook Tommy Downing Echols Sheldon / Tommy Downing Paul Hughes / Buddy Howell Marvin Reed Marvin Reed / Kenny Sidwell Noble Patton / Kenny Sidwell Kenny Sidwell Dale Phelps Jimmy Hagan Ken Jolley / Tom McKinney Ken Jolley / Richard Papes John Adams / Tom Rychener Bobby Young Ron Hobson / John Maxwell Ron Hobson Tom Kirby / Dan Barry Larry Maxwell Game captains named Ron Sutton/Bob Chapman Rich Stone Rich Stone / Al Lewis Rich Stone / Al Lewis Howard Miller Frank Jones Frank Jones Jerry Matthews / Bobby Porter Dennis Godfrey / Marc Burnett Marc Burnett Marc Burnett Marc Burnett Marc Burnett / Pete Abuls Steve Taylor Danny Schultz Carlton Clarington Stephen Kite Anthony Avery / Keith Turner Anthony Avery Anthony Avery / Earl Wise Earl Wise Rod Manuel Van Usher John Best Rob West / Maurice Houston Jesse Nayadley / Carlos Floyd Carlos Floyd / Greg Bibb Ryan Black / Lorenzo Coleman / Chris Turner Ricky Cabrera / Marc Glanton Ricardo Woodfine / Wesley Whitehorn Eric Akins/Josh Heard / Corey Hemphill Joey Westmoreland / Larrie Smith / DeAntoine Beasley Joey Westmoreland / DeAntoine Beasley / Adonis Hart Brent Jolly / CameronCrisp / Damien Kinloch Rusty Strange / Cameron Crisp / Will Moore Willie Jenkins / Ben Jacobson Keyon Boyd / Milone Clark / Derek Stribling Belton Rivers / Anthony Fisher / Jonathan Jones Anthony Fisher / Amadi McKenzie Zac Walker Frank Davis / Elijah Muhammad Alfred Jones / Charles Newton / Byron Pickens Zack Bailey / Zac Swansey Terrell Barnes / Jud Dillard Matt Marseille / Dennis Ogbe / Jeremiah Samarrippas Javon McKay / Torrance Rowe Ryan Martin / Anthony Morse / Torrance Rowe Aleksa Jugovic / Kajon Mack

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ANNUAL LEADERS REBOUNDS LEADERS

(number) indicates player ranked nationally

Year Name 1954-55 Herbie Merritt (So.) 1955-56 Herbie Merritt (Jr.) 1956-57 Kenny Waddle (Sr.) 1957-58 Herbie Merritt (Sr.) 1958-59 Jimmy Hagan (Jr.) 1959-60 Jimmy Hagan (Sr.) 1960-61 Tom McKinney (Jr.) 1961-62 Tom McKinney (Sr.) 1962-63 John Adams (Sr.) 1963-64 Bobby Young (Sr.) 1964-65 Ron Filipek (So.) 1965-66 Henry Jordan (Sr.) 1966-67 Ron Filipek (Sr.) 1967-68 Ron Sutton (So.) 1968-69 Frank Batleson (Sr.) 1969-70 Ron Sutton (Sr.) 1970-71 Ed Kovach (Sr.) 1971-72 Rich Stone (Jr.) 1972-73 Rich Stone (Sr.) 1973-74 Howard Miller (Sr.) 1974-75 Tom Schmidt (Jr.) 1975-76 Willie Smith (Sr.) 1976-77 Bobby Porter (Jr.) 1977-78 Bobby Porter (Sr.) 1978-79 Brian Troupe (Sr.) 1979-80 Pat Kannapel (Jr.) 1980-81 Mike Williams (Sr.) 1981-82 Steve Taylor (Jr.) 1982-83 Steve Taylor (Sr.) 1983-84 Stephen Kite (So.) 1984-85 Stephen Kite (Jr.) 1985-86 Stephen Kite (Sr.) 1986-87 Earl Wise (Fr.) 1987-88 Earl Wise (So.) 1988-89 Milos Babic (Jr.) 1989-90 Earl Wise (Sr.) 1990-91 Jerome Rodgers (Sr.) 1991-92 Charles Edmonson (Sr.) 1992-93 Wade Wester (Sr.) 1993-94 Greg Bibb (So.) 1994-95 Lorenzo Coleman (So.) 1995-96 Lorenzo Coleman (Jr.) 1996-97 Lorenzo Coleman (Sr.) 1997-98 Alex Franco (Jr.) 1998-99 Wesley Whitehorn (Sr.) 1999-00 Larrie Smith (Jr.) 2000-01 Larrie Smith (Sr.) 2001-02 Damien Kinloch (Jr.) 2002-03 Damien Kinloch (Sr.) 2003-04 Willie Jenkins (Jr.) 2004-05 Willie Jenkins (Sr.) 2005-06 Amadi McKenzie (So.) 2006-07 Amadi McKenzie (Jr.) 2007-08 Daniel Northern (Jr.) 2008-09 Daniel Northern (Sr.) 2009-10 Alfred Jones (Jr.) 2010-11 Jud Dillard (So.) 2011-12 Jud Dillard (Jr.) 2012-13 Jud Dillard (Sr.) 2013-14 Dennis Ogbe (Sr.) 2014-15 Charles Jackson (Jr.) 2015-16 Ryan Martin (Sr.) 2016-17 Kajon Mack (Sr.)

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ASSISTS LEADERS GP Reb Avg 21 254 12.1 21 268 12.7 20 180 9.0 24 312 13.0 25 454 18.2 22 379 17.2 19 200 10.5 21 222 10.6 23 264 11.5 22 265 12.0 25 271 10.8 25 327 13.1 23 290 12.6 26 223 8.6 24 216 9.0 24 256 10.2 22 186 8.5 25 259 10.4 25 262 10.5 24 252 10.5 25 175 7.0 24 223 9.3 26 223 8.6 26 207 8.0 26 201 7.7 26 159 6.1 26 158 6.1 25 141 5.6 28 202 7.2 28 230 8.2 28 213 7.6 29 215 7.4 27 205 7.6 28 201 7.2 30 244 8.1 28 217 7.8 28 177 6.3 29 263 9.1 28 241 8.6 31 225 7.2 27 275 (10th) 10.2 28 208 7.4 28 333 (9th) 11.9 29 249 8.6 27 176 6.5 28 239 8.5 29 254 8.8 34 288 8.5 32 275 8.6 28 201 7.2 29 197 6.8 29 156 5.4 32 248 7.8 32 296 9.3 29 255 8.8 32 164 5.1 29 168 5.8 33 282 8.5 29 226 7.8 33 192 5.8 30 286 9.5 31 253 8.2 32 160 5.0

(number) indicates player ranked nationally

Year Name 1973-74 Jim Clemens (Sr.) 1974-75 Tony Dileo (So.) 1975-76 Bobby Estes (Sr.) 1976-77 Jimmy Howell (So.) 1977-78 Jimmy Howell (Jr.) 1978-79 Jimmy Howell (Sr.) 1979-80 Terrence Roberts (Sr.) 1980-81 Marc Burnett (Jr.) 1981-82 Carlton Clarington (Fr.) 1982-83 Carlton Clarington (So.) 1983-84 Carlton Clarington (Jr.) 1984-85 Carlton Clarington (Sr.) 1985-86 Anthony Avery (Fr.) 1986-87 Anthony Avery (So.) 1987-88 Anthony Avery (Jr.) 1988-89 Anthony Avery (Sr.) 1989-90 Van Usher (So.) 1990-91 Van Usher (Jr.) 1991-92 Van Usher (Sr.) 1992-93 Maurice Houston (Jr.) 1993-94 Maurice Houston (Sr.) 1994-95 Chris Turner (So.) 1995-96 Chris Turner (Jr.) 1996-97 Chris Turner (Sr.) 1997-98 Albert Wilson (Sr.) 1998-99 Corey Hemphill (Jr.) 1999-00 Corey Hemphill (Sr.) 2000-01 Leigh Gayden (So.) 2001-02 Cameron Crisp (So.) 2002-03 Cameron Crisp (Jr.) 2003-04 Will Moore (Sr.) 2004-05 Keyon Boyd (Jr.) 2005-06 Keyon Boyd (Sr.) 2006-07 Anthony Fisher (Jr.) 2007-08 Anthony Fisher (Sr.) 2008-09 Elijah Muhammad (Jr.) 2009-10 Elijah Muhammad (Sr.) 2010-11 Zac Swansey (Jr.) 2011-12 Zac Swansey (Sr.) 2012-13 Jeremiah Samarrippas (Jr.) 2013-14 Jeremiah Samarrippas (Sr.) 2014-15 Torrance Rowe (Jr.) 2015-16 Torrance Rowe (Sr.) 2016-17 Kajon Mack (Sr.)

GP Ast Avg 25 121 4.8 25 167 6.7 24 150 5.0 26 68 2.6 26 105 4.0 26 83 3.2 26 38 1.5 26 48 1.8 26 63 2.4 28 90 3.4 28 107 3.8 28 210 7.5 29 153 5.3 24 109 4.5 27 146 5.4 30 183 6.1 28 189 6.8 28 247 (8th) 8.8 29 254 (1st) 8.8 26 178 6.8 31 170 5.5 27 89 3.3 28 106 3.8 28 86 3.1 30 91 3.0 27 135 5.0 28 154 5.5 29 116 4.0 34 122 3.5 32 144 4.5 28 135 4.8 29 106 3.7 30 73 2.4 32 136 4.0 32 116 3.6 30 87 2.9 32 143 4.5 33 212 (7th) 6.4 33 192 (24th) 5.8 29 123 4.2 33 158 4.8 29 79 2.7 31 136 4.4 32 90 2.8

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ANNUAL LEADERS STEALS LEADERS

(number) indicates player ranked nationally

Year Name 1976-77 John Adams (Sr.) 1977-78 Jimmy Howell (Jr.) 1978-79 Jimmy Howell (Sr.) 1979-80 Pete Abuls (So.) 1980-81 Marc Burnett (Jr.) 1981-82 Pete Abuls (Sr.) 1982-83 Stephen Kite (Fr.) 1983-84 Stephen Kite (So.) 1984-85 Carlton Clarington (Sr.) 1985-86 Stephen Kite (Sr.) 1986-87 Anthony Avery (So.) 1987-88 Anthony Avery (Jr.) 1988-89 Anthony Avery (Sr.) 1989-90 Van Usher (So.) 1990-91 Van Usher (Jr.) 1991-92 Van Usher (Sr.) 1992-93 John Best (Sr.) 1993-94 Maurice Houston (Sr.) 1994-95 Marc Glanton (Fr.) 1995-96 Marc Glanton (So.) 1996-97 Albert Wilson (Jr.) 1997-98 Alex Franco 1998-99 Joey Westmoreland (Fr.) 1999-00 Joey Westmoreland (So.) 2000-01 Larrie Smith (Sr.) 2001-02 Joey Westmoreland (Sr.) 2002-03 Cameron Crisp (Jr.) 2003-04 Will Moore (Sr.) 2004-05 Willie Jenkins (Sr.) 2005-06 Keyon Boyd (Sr.) 2006-07 Amadi McKenzie (Jr.) 2007-08 Anthony Fisher (Sr.) 2008-09 Frank Davis (Jr.) 2009-10 Elijah Muhammad (Sr.) 2010-11 Zac Swansey (Jr.) 2011-12 Zac Swansey (Sr.) 2012-13 Jeremiah Samarrippas (Jr.) 2013-14 Jeremiah Samarrippas (Sr.) 2014-15 Charles Jackson (Jr.) 2015-16 Aleksa Jugovic (So.) 2016-17 Kajon Mack (Sr.)

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BLOCKED SHOTS LEADERS GP Stl Avg 24 36 1.5 26 34 1.3 26 49 1.9 26 32 1.2 26 48 1.8 26 31 1.2 28 48 1.7 28 51 1.8 28 53 1.9 29 64 2.2 24 35 1.5 27 53 2.0 30 85 2.8 28 80 2.9 28 113 (1st) 4.0 29 86 (9th) 2.9 28 40 1.4 31 47 1.5 27 36 1.3 28 32 1.2 27 33 1.2 29 71 2.4 27 42 1.6 28 41 1.5 29 55 1.8 34 60 1.7 32 50 1.5 28 36 1.2 29 54 1.9 30 73 2.4 32 38 1.1 32 49 1.5 30 45 1.5 32 44 1.4 33 68 (22nd) 2.1 33 72 (24th) 2.2 29 51 1.8 33 46 1.4 30 33 1.1 31 26 0.8 32 43 1.3

(number) indicates player ranked nationally

Year Name 1980-81 Perky Plumlee (So.) 1981-82 Steve Taylor (Jr.) 1982-83 Steve Taylor (Sr.) 1983-84 James Henry (Jr.) 1984-85 James Henry (Sr.) 1985-86 Stephen Kite (Sr.) 1986-87 Ed deHaas (Jr.) 1987-88 Milos Babic (So.) 1988-89 Milos Babic (Jr.) 1989-90 Milos Babic (Sr.) 1990-91 Jerome Rodgers (Sr.) 1991-92 Charles Edmonson (Sr.) 1992-93 Rob West (Jr.) 1993-94 Lorenzo Coleman (Fr.) 1994-95 Lorenzo Coleman (So.) 1995-96 Lorenzo Coleman (Jr.) 1996-97 Lorenzo Coleman (Sr.) 1997-98 Alex Franco (Jr.) 1998-99 Eric Akins (Jr.) 1999-00 Eric Akins (Sr.) 2000-01 DeAntoine Beasley (Jr.) 2001-02 Damien Kinloch (Jr.) 2002-03 Damien Kinloch (Sr.) 2003-04 Jonathan Jones (Fr.) 2004-05 Jonathan Jones (So.) 2005-06 Jonathan Jones (Jr) 2006-07 Jonathan Jones (Sr) 2007-08 Daniel Northern (Jr) 2008-09 Daniel Northern (Sr.) 2009-10 Bassey Inameti (So.) 2010-11 Bassey Inameti (Jr.) 2011-12 Bassey Inameti (Sr.) 2012-13 Anthony Morse (Fr.) 2013-14 Ladon Carter (Jr.) 2014-15 Charles Jackson (Jr.) 2015-16 Anthony Morse (Sr.) 2016-17 Micaiah Henry (R-Fr.)

GP Blk Avg 21 9 0.4 25 37 1.5 28 47 1.7 27 13 0.5 28 12 0.4 29 20 0.7 26 20 0.8 25 25 1.0 30 58 1.9 25 32 1.3 28 11 0.4 29 28 1.0 28 16 0.6 30 85 2.8 27 123 (3rd) 4.6 28 94 3.4 28 134 (2nd) 4.8 29 52 1.8 27 18 0.7 27 19 0.7 29 12 0.4 34 45 1.3 32 32 1.0 28 15 0.5 29 28 1.0 25 16 0.6 32 29 0.9 32 90 (13th) 2.8 29 75 (17th) 2.6 31 23 1.3 18 15 0.8 33 32 0.9 29 32 1.1 33 38 1.2 30 40 1.3 31 59 1.9 32 39 1.2

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ANNUAL LEADERS 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. LEADERS (number) indicates player ranked nationally

Year Name 1987-88 Anthony Avery (Jr.) 1988-89 Anthony Avery (Sr.) 1989-90 Bobby McWilliams (Jr.) 1990-91 Bobby McWilliams (Sr.) 1991-92 Van Usher (Sr.) 1992-93 Rob West (Jr.) 1993-94 Rob West (Sr.) 1994-95 Chris Turner (So.) 1995-96 Jason Embry (Jr.) 1996-97 Jason Embry (Sr.) 1997-98 Ricky Cabrera (Sr.) 1998-99 Josh Heard (Jr.) 1999-00 Josh Heard (Sr.) 2000-01 Leigh Gayden (So.) 2001-02 Cameron Crisp (So.) 2002-03 Brent Jolly (Sr.) 2003-04 Cameron Crisp (Sr.) 2004-05 Anthony Fisher (Fr.) 2005-06 Keyon Boyd (Sr.) 2006-07 Belton Rivers (Sr.) 2007-08 Frank Davis (So.) 2008-09 Frank Davis (Jr.) 2009-10 Frank Davis (Sr.) 2010-11 Zac Swansey (Jr.) 2011-12 Kevin Murphy (Sr.) 2012-13 Dennis Ogbe (Jr.) 2013-14 Jeremiah Samarrippas (Sr.) 2014-15 Jordan Johnson (Sr.) 2015-16 Aleksa Jugovic (So.) 2016-17 Aleksa Jugovic (Jr.)

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GP 3FG 28 41 20 59 28 63 28 59 29 47 28 90 31 69 27 44 28 49 28 43 26 43 27 98 28 112 29 80 34 72 32 59 28 57 29 44 30 63 32 92 32 67 30 76 32 88 33 36 33 79 29 26 33 60 30 30 31 71 32 82

Pct .393 .330 .364 .342 .326 .381 .318 .370 .377 .374 .297 .374 .386 .400 .462 .413 .345 .409 .381 364 .370 .429 .444 .360 .416 .406 .361 .385 .420 .360

The Golden Eagles have had players rank in the top 25 nationally in different statistical categories 21 times... Player Aleksa Jugovic Charles Jackson Charles Jackson Jud Dillard Kevin Murphy Zac Swansey Zac Swansey Zac Swansey Zac Swansey Daniel Northern Daniel Northern Lorenzo Coleman Lorenzo Coleman Lorenzo Coleman Lorenzo Coleman John Best Van Usher Van Usher Van Usher Van Usher Jimmy Hagan

Year 2016-17 2014-15 2014-15 2012-13 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2010-11 2010-11 2008-09 2007-08 1996-97 1996-97 1994-95 1994-95 1992-93 1991-92 1991-92 1990-91 1990-91 1958-59

Category Free throw pct. Double-doubles Field goal pct. Scoring Scoring Steals Assists Steals Assists Blocked shots Blocked shots Blocked shots Rebounding Blocked shots Rebounding Scoring Steals Assists Steals Assists Scoring

Avg/Tot/Pct .908 18 .571 19.3 20.6 2.2 5.8 2.1 6.4 2.6 2.8 4.8 11.9 4.6 10.2 28.5 2.9 8.8 4.0 8.8 28.8

Nat’l Rnk 10th 8th 19th 24th 10th 24th 24th 22nd 7th 17th 13th 2nd 9th 3rd 10th 3rd 9th 1st 1st 8th 3rd

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HONORS & AWARDS OVC Awards OVC Player of the Year Stephen Kite, 1985 Willie Jenkins, 2004 OVC Rookie of the Year Lonnie Boone, 1982 Stephen Kite, 1983 Anthony Avery, 1986 Earl Wise, 1987 OVC Newcomer of the Year Carlos Floyd, 1994 Larrie Smith, 2000 Damien Kinloch, 2002 Willie Jenkins, 2004 All-OVC Flavious Smith, 1952 Paul Hughes, 1953 Kenny Sidwell, 1955, ‘57, ‘58 Herbie Merritt, 1958 Jimmy Hagan, 1959, ‘60 Jackie Pearson, 1960 Tom McKinney, 1962 Tom Rychner, 1963 Bobby Young, 1964 Charles Wood, 1965 Ron Filipek, 1966, ‘67 Henry Jordan, 1966 Wayne Pack, 1971, ‘73 Al Lewis, 1972 Rich Stone, 1972 Frank Jones, 1974, ‘75, ‘76 Tom Schmidt, 1976 Bobby Porter, 1978 Brian Troupe, 1979 Pete Abuls, 1982 Steve Taylor, 1983 Stephen Kite, 1984, ‘85, ‘86 Carlton Clarington, 1982, ‘85 Jimmy Elliott, 1985 Earl Wise, 1988, ‘89, ‘90 Anthony Avery, 1989 Milos Babic, 1990 Van Usher, 1991, ‘92 John Best, 1992, ‘93 Maurice Houston, 1994 Lorenzo Coleman, 1995, ‘97 Alex Franco, 1998 Corey Hemphill, 1999 Josh Heard, 1999, ‘00 Larrie Smith, 2000, ‘01 Leigh Gayden, 2001 Brent Jolly, 2001, ‘02 Damien Kinloch, 2002, ‘03 Cameron Crisp, 2002, ‘03, ‘04 Willie Jenkins, 2004, ‘05 Milone Clark, 2006 Anthony Fisher, 2007, ‘08 Belton Rivers, 2007 Amadi McKenzie, 2007, ‘08 Daniel Northern, 2009 Kevin Murphy, 2011

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Jud Dillard, 2012 Kevin Murphy, 2012 Jud Dillard, 2013 Torrance Rowe, 2016 Ryan Martin, 2016

Earl Wise, 1988 (H.M.) Willie Jenkins, 2005 (H.M.)

OVC Freshman (Named 1983-92) Stephen Kite, 1983 James Henry, 1984 Anthony Avery, 1986 Earl Wise, 1987 Jeff Arms, 1987 Jerome Rodgers, 1988 Mitch Cupples, 1990 Rob West, 1991 Bruce Oglesby, 1991 Jesse Nayadley, 1992 Eric Mitchell, 1992

CoSIDA Academic All-America Dennis Ogbe, 2014

OVC Newcomer (Named 1994-99, 06-Present) Carlos Floyd, 1994 Lorenzo Coleman, 1994 Chris Turner, 1995 Art Quarterman, 1996 Josh Heard, 1999 Corey Hemphill, 1999 Belton Rivers, 2006 Kevin Murphy, 2009 Zac Swansey, 2011 Jeremiah Samarrippas, 2013 Charles Jackson, 2015 Ryan Martin, 2016 OVC All-Tournament Flavious Smith, 1952 Paul Hughes, 1953 Kenny Sidwell, 1955 Dave Pratt, 1964 Henry Jordan, 1965 Frank Bartelson, 1967 Jim Sutton, 1967 Frank Jones, 1975 Lonnie Boone, 1982 Maurice Houston, 1993 Robert West, 1994 Lorenzo Coleman, 1997 Damien Kinloch, 2002, 2003 Joey Westmoreland, 2002 Cameron Crisp, 2003 Willie Jenkins, 2004 Zac Swansey, 2011 Kevin Murphy, 2011 Jud Dillard, 2011 Kevin Murphy, 2012

Additional Awards AP All-America Jimmy Hagan, 1959 (3rd TM) Jimmy Hagan, 1960 (H.M.) Stephen Kite, 1986 (H.M.)

Sporting News All-America Wayne Pack, 1973 (H.M.)

NABC All-Region Earl Wise, 1989, ‘90 John Best, 1993 Lorenzo Coleman, 1997 Larrie Smith, 2001 Damien Kinloch, 2002, ‘03 Willie Jenkins, 2004 NABC All-District Jimmy Hagan, 1960 Stephen Kite, 1985 Patrick Fairs, 1987 Earl Wise, 1989 Van Usher, 1991, 1992 John Best, 1993 Lorenzo Coleman, 1997 Larrie Smith, 2001 Damien Kinloch, 2002, 2003 Willie Jenkins, 2005 Zac Swansey, 2011 Kevin Murphy, 2011 Jud Dillard, 2012 Kevin Murphy, 2012 Torrance Rowe, 2016 NABC Honors Court Riley Hunley, 2011 Riley Hunley, 2012 Basketball Weekly All-Region John Best, 1993 Maurice Houston, 1993 Basketball News Freshman All-America Stephen Kite, 1983 (H.M.) Earl Wise, 1987 (H.M.) CoSIDA Academic All-District IV Ed deHaas, 1985 Brent Jolly, 2002 Dennis Ogbe, 2013, '14 NIT All Star Team Stephen Kite, 1985 Athletes-In-Action Perky Plumlee, 1983 Keith Turner, 1985

Tennessee-Kentucky All-Star Game Wayne Pack, 1972, MVP Wayne Pack, 1973, MVP Reese’s College All-Star Game Kevin Murphy, 2012 Portsmouth Invitational All-Tournament Willie Jenkins, 2005 Kevin Murphy, 2012 Music City All-Star Classic Anthony Fisher, 2008 Amadi McKenzie, 2008 Daniel Northern, 2009 Frank Davis, 2010 Elijah Muhammed, 2010 Alfred Jones, 2011 Zach Bailey, 2012 Bassey Inameti, 2012

Coaching Awards Coach of the Year/ Kodak District VII Tom Deaton, 1985 OVC Coach of the Year John Oldham, 1963 Tom Deaton, 1982 (shared) Tom Deaton, 1985 Jeff Lebo, 2000 Jeff Lebo, 2001 Jeff Lebo, 2002 Mike Sutton, 2004 Tenn. Coach of the Year (Tennessee Sportswriters) Frank Harrell, 1990 Jeff Lebo, 2002 OVC Coach of the Year (CollegeInsider.com) Steve Payne, 2006 OVC Coach of the Year (CBSsportsline.com) Steve Payne, 2006 Most Courageous Award (NBWA) Mike Sutton, 2006

Strength All-America Elijah Muhammad, 2010

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HONORS & AWARDS Damien Kinloch

Team Awards John P. Hendrix Leadership Award 1994-95 Greg Bibb 1995-96 Ryan Black Marc Glanton 1996-97 Ryan Black Chris Turner 1997-98 Adonis Hart 1998-99 Corey Hemphill 1999-00 Corey Hemphill Josh Heard Eric Akins 2000-01 DeAntoine Beasley 2001-02 DeAntoine Beasley 2002-03 Brent Jolly 2003-04 Keyon Boyd 2004-05 Keyon Boyd 2005-06 Jonathan Jones 2006-07 Francis Kabore 2007-08 Amadi McKenzie 2008-09 Zac Walker 2009-10 Elijah Muhammad 2010-11 Charles Newton 2011-12 Zac Swansey 2012-13 Terrell Barnes 2013-14 Mitchell Hill 2014-15 Javon McKay 2015-16 Torrance Rowe 2016-17 Kajon Mack Sam Harley Lynn Award 1979-80 Marc Burnett 1980-81 Marc Burnett 1981-82 Marc Burnett 1982-83 Perky Plumlee Jeff Harris 1983-84 Danny Schultz 1984-85 Jimmy Elliott 1985-86 Stephen Kite 1986-87 Keith Turner 1987-88 Stacey Sturghill

Carlos Floyd

1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

Anthony Avery Darryl Perry Rod Manuel Mitch Cupples Mitch Cupples Carlos Floyd Carlos Floyd Carlos Floyd Jason Embry Ricky Cabrera DeAntoine Beasley Josh Heard Brent Jolly Joey Westmoreland Damien Perkins Rusty Strange Milone Clark Keyon Boyd Nathan Burks Rashaud Nixon Zac Walker Frank Davis Byron Pickens Zach Bailey Jud Dillard Matt Marseille Anthony Morse

MVP Award 1980-81 Mike Williams 1981-82 Steve Taylor 1982-83 Steve Taylor 1983-84 Stephen Kite 1984-85 Stephen Kite 1985-86 Stephen Kite 1986-87 Anthony Avery 1987-88 Anthony Avery 1988-89 Anthony Avery Earl Wise 1989-90 Earl Wise 1990-91 Van Usher 1991-92 Van Usher

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Keyon Boyd

1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

John Best Rob West Lorenzo Coleman Carlos Floyd Lorenzo Coleman Ricky Cabrera Josh Heard Corey Hemphill Josh Heard Larrie Smith Damien Kinloch Damien Kinloch Willie Jenkins Willie Jenkins Anthony Fisher Anthony Fisher Anthony Fisher Daniel Northern Elijah Muhammad Kevin Murphy Zac Swansey Kevin Murphy Jud Dillard Dennis Ogbe Torrance Rowe Torrance Rowe

Academic Award (highest GPA/semester) 1980-81 Pat Kannapel 1981-82 Perky Plumlee 1982-83 Perky Plumlee 1983-84 Keith Turner 1984-85 Ed deHaas 1985-86 Stephen Kite 1986-87 Ed deHaas 1987-88 Jerome Rodgers 1988-89 Stacey Sturghill 1989-90 Jared Elder 1990-91 Maurice Houston 1991-92 John Dykstra 1992-93 David Ingram 1993-94 Charley Dean

Ed deHaas

1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

Eric Mitchell Jason Embry Jason Embry Eric Akins Eric Akins Trey Ferguson Brent Jolly DeAntoine Beasley Brent Jolly Rusty Strange Anthony Fisher Zac Walker Graig Turson Zac Walker Riley Hunley Dennis Ogbe Dennis Ogbe Dennis Ogbe Mitchell Hill Aleksa Jugovic Mason Ramsey Kajon Mack

Cumulative GPA Award 1991-92 Maurice Houston 1992-93 Maurice Houston 1993-94 Charley Dean 1994-95 Chris Turner 1995-96 Jason Embry 1996-97 Jason Embry 1997-98 Eric Akins 1998-99 Eric Akins 1999-00 Trey Ferguson 2000-01 Brent Jolly 2001-02 Brent Jolly 2002-03 Brent Jolly 2003-04 Rusty Strange 2004-05 Ben Jacobson 2005-06 Graig Turson 2006-07 Graig Turson 2007-08 Frank Davis 2008-09 Frank Davis 2009-10 Riley Hunley 2010-11 Riley Hunley

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HONORS & AWARDS 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

Dennis Ogbe Dennis Ogbe Dennis Ogbe Mason Ramsey Mason Ramsey Kajon Mack

Offensive Player Award 1991-92 John Best 1992-93 John Best 1993-94 Rob West 1994-95 Chris Turner 1995-96 Greg Bibb 1996-97 Curtis Wiggins 1997-98 Ricky Cabrera 1998-99 Josh Heard 1999-00 Josh Heard 2000-01 Larrie Smith 2001-02 Damien Kinloch Cameron Crisp 2002-03 Damien Kinloch Cameron Crisp 2003-04 Willie Jenkins Cameron Crisp 2004-05 Willie Jenkins 2005-06 Belton Rivers 2006-07 Belton Rivers 2007-08 Anthony Fisher 2008-09 Will Barnes 2009-10 Kevin Murphy 2010-11 Kevin Murphy 2011-12 Kevin Murphy 2012-13 Jud Dillard 2013-14 Jeremiah Samarrippas 2014-15 Charles Jackson

2015-16 2016-17 Defensive Player Award 1980-81 Carlton Hendrix 1981-82 Marc Burnett 1982-83 Steve Taylor 1983-84 Carlton Clarington 1984-85 Carlton Clarington 1985-86 Joe Mintz 1986-87 Anthony Avery 1987-88 Andy Walker 1988-89 Rod Manuel 1989-90 Rod Manuel 1990-91 Van Usher 1991-92 Charles Edmonson 1992-93 Rob West Wade Wester 1993-94 Carlos Floyd 1994-95 Carlos Floyd 1995-96 Ryan Black 1996-97 Ryan Black 1997-98 Albert Wilson 1998-99 Wes Whitehorn 1999-00 Corey Hemphill 2000-01 DeAntoine Beasley 2001-02 Joey Westmoreland 2002-03 Damien Perkins 2003-04 Keyon Boyd 2004-05 Derek Stribling 2005-06 Derek Stribling 2006-07 Antjuan Koger 2007-08 Daniel Northern 2008-09 Zach Bailey 2009-10 Zach Bailey

Belton Rivers won back-to-back Offensive Player of the Year awards in 2006 and 2007.

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2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

Zach Bailey Zach Bailey Javon McKay Javon McKay Javon McKay

Top Rebounder Award 1980-81 Mike Williams 1981-82 Steve Taylor 1982-83 Steve Taylor 1983-84 Stephen Kite 1984-85 Stephen Kite 1985-86 Stephen Kite 1986-87 Earl Wise 1987-88 Earl Wise 1988-89 Milos Babic 1989-90 Earl Wise 1990-91 Jerome Rodgers 1991-92 Charles Edmonson 1992-93 Wade Wester 1993-94 Greg Bibb 1994-95 Lorenzo Coleman 1995-96 Lorenzo Coleman 1996-97 Lorenzo Coleman 1997-98 Alex Franco 1998-99 Wes Whitehorn 1999-00 Larrie Smith 2000-01 Larrie Smith 2001-02 Damien Kinloch 2002-03 Damien Kinloch 2003-04 Willie Jenkins 2004-05 Willie Jenkins 2005-06 Amadi McKenzie 2006-07 Amadi McKenzie 2007-08 Daniel Northern 2008-09 Daniel Northern 2009-10 Alfred Jones 2010-11 Jud Dillard 2011-12 Jud Dillard 2012-13 Jud Dillard 2013-14 Dennis Ogbe 2014-15 Charles Jackson 2015-16 Ryan Martin 2016-17 Kajon Mack Most Improved Player Award 1988-89 Darrell Stevens 1989-90 Wade Wester 1990-91 Maurice Houston 1991-92 Charles Edmonson 1992-93 Rob West Eric Mitchell 1993-94 Lorenzo Coleman 1994-95 Lorenzo Coleman 1995-96 Marc Glanton 1996-97 Lorenzo Coleman 1997-98 Ricky Cabrera Adonis Hart 1998-99 Joey Westmoreland

1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

Adonis Hart Leigh Gayden Cameron Crisp Keyon Boyd Milone Clark Jonathan Jones Francis Kabore Francis Kabore Will Barnes Kevin Murphy Alfred Jones Jud Dillard Javon McKay Dennis Ogbe Shirmane Thomas Aleksa Jugovic

Free Throw Award (for highest percentage) 1980-81 Marc Burnett 1981-82 Marc Burnett 1982-83 Jimmy Elliott 1983-84 Danny Schultz 1984-85 Jimmy Elliott 1985-86 Anthony Avery 1986-87 Jeff Arms 1987-88 Lester Hayes 1988-89 Rod Manuel 1989-90 Bobby McWilliams 1990-91 Rob West 1991-92 Jesse Nayadley 1992-93 Eric Mitchell 1993-94 Eric Mitchell 1994-95 Greg Bibb 1995-96 Greg Bibb 1996-97 Ricky Cabrera 1997-98 Adonis Hart 1998-99 Josh Heard 1999-00 Josh Heard 2000-01 Brent Jolly 2001-02 Brent Jolly 2002-03 Brent Jolly 2003-04 Milone Clark 2004-05 Milone Clark 2005-06 Anthony Fisher 2006-07 Anthony Fisher 2007-08 Frank Davis 2008-09 Elijah Muhammad 2009-10 Elijah Muhammad 2010-11 Zach Bailey 2011-12 Zach Bailey 2012-13 Jud Dillard 2013-14 Jeremiah Samarrippas 2014-15 Torrance Rowe 2015-16 Torrance Rowe 2016-17 Aleksa Jugovic

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HONORS & AWARDS Top Assists Award 1980-81 Marc Burnett 1981-82 Carlton Clarington 1982-83 Carlton Clarington 1983-84 Carlton Clarington 1984-85 Carlton Clarington 1985-86 Anthony Avery 1986-87 Anthony Avery 1987-88 Anthony Avery 1988-89 Anthony Avery 1989-90 Van Usher 1990-91 Van Usher 1991-92 Van Usher 1992-93 Maurice Houston 1993-94 Maurice Houston 1994-95 Chris Turner 1995-96 Chris Turner 1996-97 Chris Turner 1997-98 Albert Wilson 1998-99 Corey Hemphill 1999-00 Corey Hemphill 2000-01 Leigh Gayden 2001-02 Cameron Crisp 2002-03 Cameron Crisp 2003-04 Will Moore 2004-05 Keyon Boyd 2005-06 Keyon Boyd 2006-07 Anthony Fisher 2007-08 Anthony Fisher 2008-09 Elijah Muhammad 2009-10 Elijah Muhammad 2010-11 Zac Swansey 2011-12 Zac Swansey 2012-13 Jeremiah Samarrippas 2013-14 Jeremiah Samarrippas 2014-15 Torrance Rowe 2015-16 Torrance Rowe 2016-17 Kajon Mack Steals Leader Award 1988-89 Anthony Avery 1989-90 Van Usher 1990-91 Van Usher 1991-92 Van Usher 1992-93 John Best 1993-94 Maurice Houston 1994-95 Marc Glanton 1995-96 Marc Glanton 1996-97 Albert Wilson 1997-98 Alex Franco 1998-99 Joey Westmoreland 1999-00 Joey Westmoreland 2000-01 Larrie Smith 2001-02 Joey Westmoreland 2002-03 Cameron Crisp 2003-04 Will Moore 2004-05 Willie Jenkins 2005-06 Keyon Boyd 2006-07 Amadi McKenzie 2007-08 Anthony Fisher 2008-09 Frank Davis

2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

Elijah Muhammad Zac Swansey Zac Swansey Jeremiah Samarrippas Jeremiah Samarrippas Charles Jackson Aleksa Jugovic Kajon Mack

Blocked Shots Award 1988-89 Milos Babic 1989-90 Milos Babic 1990-91 Jerome Rodgers 1991-92 Charles Edmonson 1992-93 Rob West 1993-94 Lorenzo Coleman 1994-95 Lorenzo Coleman 1995-96 Lorenzo Coleman 1996-97 Lorenzo Coleman 1997-98 Alex Franco 1998-99 Eric Akins 1999-00 Eric Akins 2000-01 DeAntoine Beasley 2001-02 Damien Kinloch 2002-03 Damien Kinloch 2003-04 Jonathan Jones 2004-05 Jonathan Jones 2005-06 Jonathan Jones 2006-07 Jonathan Jones 2007-08 Daniel Northern 2008-09 Daniel Northern 2009-10 Bassey Inameti 2010-11 Bassey Inameti Alfred Jones 2011-12 Bassey Inameti 2012-13 Anthony Morse 2013-14 Ladon Carter 2014-15 Charles Jackson 2015-16 Anthony Morse 2016-17 Micaiah Henry Field Goal Pct. Award 1988-89 Milos Babic 1989-90 Jerome Rodgers 1990-91 John Best 1991-92 John Best 1992-93 John Best 1993-94 Dennis Buckley 1994-95 Kenny Smith 1995-96 Curtis Wiggins 1996-97 Lorenzo Coleman 1997-98 Adonis Hart 1998-99 Wes Whitehorn 1999-00 Larrie Smith 2000-01 Larrie Smith 2001-02 Greg Morgan 2002-03 Greg Morgan 2003-04 Milone Clark 2004-05 Amadi McKenzie 2005-06 Amadi McKenzie

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Eric Akins led the team in blocked shots in both 1999 and 2000.

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

Amadi McKenzie Amadi McKenzie Frank Davis Alfred Jones Alfred Jones Dennis Ogbe Dennis Ogbe Ladon Carter Charles Jackson Anthony Morse Mason Ramsey

Golden Eagle Award (sacrifice, dedication and hard work) 1987-88 Stacey Sturghill 1988-89 Anthony Avery 1989-90 John Best Mitch Cupples 1990-91 Maurice Houston Rod Manuel 1991-92 Maurice Houston 1992-93 Mitch Cupples 1993-94 Chris Turner 1994-95 Greg Bibb 1995-96 Ryan Black Marc Glanton 1998-99 Wes Whitehorn 1999-00 Joey Westmoreland 2000-01 Joey Westmoreland 2001-02 Joey Westmoreland DeAntoine Beasley 2002-03 Keyon Boyd 2003-04 Willie Jenkins 2004-05 Willie Jenkins

2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

Milone Clark Amadi McKenzie Amadi McKenzie Alfred Jones Charles Newton Terrell Barnes Terrell Barnes Jud Dillard Mitchell Hill Dennis Ogbe Aleksa Jugovic

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ACADEMIC HONORS OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

Athletic Director’s Honor Roll

Established in 1989, the Ohio Valley Conference Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll recognizes student-athletes who achieve a 3.0 grade average or higher during the academic year. The Golden Eagle basketball team has produced several honorees.

The Athletics Director’s Honor Roll recognizes student-athletes who achieve a 3.0 grade average during each semester. Numbers indicate how many semesters each has made the list.

Frank Davis

Rusty Strange

2016-17 Stephaun Adams Kajon Mack Mason Ramsey

2008-09 Zach Bailey Frank Davis Riley Hunley*

2015-16 Aleksa Jugovic Mason Ramsey

2007-08 Frank Davis Jason Smiley Zac Walker

2014-15 Aleksa Jugovic Mason Ramsey 2013-14 Ty Allen Ladon Carter Mitchell Hill* Dennis Ogbe 2012-13 Ammanuel Diressa Mitchell Hill Matt Marseille Dennis Ogbe* 2011-12 Mitchell Hill Riley Hunley Dennis Ogbe Zac Swansey 2010-11 Riley Hunley Dennis Ogbe* 2009-10 Frank Davis Riley Hunley

Charles Haney 1998-99 Eric Akins 1997-98 Eric Akins 1996-97 Jason Embry Charles Haney

2006-07 Frank Davis Jonathan Jones Rashaud Nixon Belton Rivers Graig Turson

1995-96 Gregory Bibb Charles Dean Jason Embry Lance Parr Chris Turner

2005-06 Zac Walker

1994-95 Jesse Nayadley

2003-04 Rusty Strange

1993-94 Charles Dean Eric Mitchell Jesse Nayadley

2002-03 Brent Jolly 2001-02 DeAntoine Beasley* Brent Jolly 2000-01 Trey Ferguson Brent Jolly

1990-91 Maurice Houston 1989-90 Joey Coe

Stephaun Adams (2) Eric Akins (6) Ty Allen (2) Zach Bailey (4) Terrell Barnes (2) DeAntoine Beasley (6) Greg Bibb (3) Josh Bougher (1) Keyon Boyd (1) Ra’Shun Bryant (1) Nathan Burks (2) Ricky Cabrera (1) Dwan Caldwell (2) Ladon Carter (2) Joey Coe (1) Chad Crouch (1) Mitch Cupples (1) Frank Davis (7) Charley Dean (5) Ammanuel Diressa (3) Jud Dillard (3) Chase Dunn (1) John Dykstra (1) Jason Embry (6) Martin Fears (1) Trey Ferguson (4) Anthony Fisher (1) Brandon Flatt (2) Savonte Frazier (3) Leigh Gayden (2) Conner Hall (2) Charles Haney (1) DeOndre Haynes (1) Markell Henderson (1) Micaiah Henry (1) Mitchell Hill (8) Maurice Houston (4) Riley Hunley (8) Bassey Inameti (2) David Ingram (1) Charles Jackson (2) Jordan Johnson (2) Brent Jolly (7) Alfred Jones (2) Jonathan Jones (3)

Aleksa Jugovic (2) Francis Kabore (1) Kajon Mack (2) Matt Marseille (5) Ryan Martin (1) Scott Martin (1) Javon McKay (3) Amadi McKenzie (2) Liam McMorrow (1) Eric Mitchell (2) Josiah Moore (1) Anthony Morse (3) Elijah Muhammad (2) Jesse Nayadley (4) Reggie Nelson (1) Charles Newton (4) Rashaud Nixon (3) Ricky Norris (1) Daniel Northern (2) Dennis Ogbe (8) Bruce Oglesby (1) Lance Parr (2) Curtis Phillips Jr. (1) Rodney Pile (2) Mason Ramsey (8) Brian Riggins (2) Belton Rivers (1) Ronnie Robinson (1) Hakeem Rogers (2) Jeremiah Samarrippas (2) Jon Sexton (1) Jason Smiley (3) Rusty Strange (2) Derek Stribling (1) Stacey Sturghill (1) Zac Swansey (4) Justin Taylor (2) Shirmane Thomas (1) Graig Turson (4) Chris Turner (6) Brad Walker (2) Zac Walker (4) Wade Wester (3) Curtis Wiggins (1) Ricardo Woodfine (1)

1999-2000 Eric Akins Trey Ferguson* Brent Jolly Brad Walker

* Indicates Medal of Honor recipient. The OVC Medal of Honor is given annually to the student-athlete(s) who achieve the highest GPA in a Conference-sponsored sport.

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COACHING RECORDS ALL GAMES CONFERENCE GAMES Year Coach W L Pct. W L Pct. Finish 1924-25 Putty Overall 4 8 .333 - - - 1925-26 – No Records Available – 1926-27 Putty Overall 5 7 .417 - - - 1927-28 Putty Overall 5 4 .556 - - - 1928-29 Putty Overall 3 3 .500 - - - 1929-30 Putty Overall 8 4 .667 - - - 1930-31 Putty Overall4 14 2 .875 - - - 1931-32 Putty Overall4 11 6 .647 - - - 1932-33 Putty Overall 11 5 .688 - - - 1933-34 Putty Overall 3 8 .273 - - - 1934-35 Putty Overall 3 10 .231 - - - 1935-36 Putty Overall 1 7 .125 - - - 1936-37 Putty Overall 5 9 .357 - - - 1937-38 Putty Overall 11 6 .647 - - - 1938-39 Putty Overall 10 4 .714 - - - 1939-40 Putty Overall 9 7 .563 - - - 1940-41 Putty Overall 7 9 .438 - - - 1941-42 Putty Overall 9 8 .529 - - - 1942-43 Putty Overall 10 9 .526 - - - 1943-44 Putty Overall 3 13 .188 - - - 1944-45 Putty Overall 6 6 .500 - - - 1945-46 Putty Overall 6 8 .429 - - - 1946-47 Putty Overall5 20 4 .833 - - - 1947-48 Hooper Eblen 18 7 .720 - - - The OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE YEARS (also called “The Modern Era”) 1948-49 Raymond “Bull” Brown 10 10 .500 0 1 .000 1949-501 Raymond “Bull” Brown 9 12 .429 1 6 .143 7th 1950-51 Raymond “Bull” Brown 12 10 .545 1 6 .143 7th 1951-52 Raymond “Bull” Brown 9 14 .391 2 10 .167 7th 1952-53 Raymond “Bull” Brown 14 11 .560 3 7 .300 4th 1953-54 Raymond “Bull” Brown 12 11 .522 4 6 .400 4th 1954-55 Raymond “Bull” Brown 8 11 .421 3 7 .300 5th 1955-56 John Oldham2 14 7 .667 7 3 .700 2nd 1956-57 John Oldham 9 11 .450 1 9 .100 6th 1957-58 John Oldham2 17 9 .654 8 2 .800 1st 1958-59 John Oldham 16 9 .640 7 5 .583 3rd 1959-60 John Oldham 13 9 .591 7 4 .636 3rd 1960-61 John Oldham 6 13 .316 3 9 .250 6th 1961-62 John Oldham 16 6 .727 7 5 .583 2nd 1962-63 John Oldham2 16 8 .667 8 4 .667 1st 1963-64 John Oldham 11 11 .500 7 7 .500 5th 1964-65 Kenny Sidwell 14 11 .560 8 6 .571 4th 1965-66 Kenny Sidwell 17 8 .680 8 6 .571 3rd 1966-67 Kenny Sidwell 12 11 .538 6 8 .429 6th 1967-68 Kenny Sidwell3 10 16 .348 4 10 .286 7th 1968-69 Kenny Sidwell 13 11 .542 5 9 .357 6th 1969-70 Connie Inman 10 15 .400 4 10 .286 7th 1970-71 Connie Inman 7 17 .292 4 10 .286 7th 1971-72 Connie Inman 14 11 .560 7 7 .500 4th 1972-73 Connie Inman 14 11 .560 7 7 .500 4th

Year Coach 1973-74 Connie Inman 1974-75 Connie Inman 1975-76 Connie Inman 1976-77 Cliff Malpass 1977-78 Cliff Malpass 1978-79 Cliff Malpass 1979-80 Cliff Malpass 1980-81 Tom Deaton 1981-82 Tom Deaton 1982-83 Tom Deaton 1983-84 Tom Deaton 1984-85 Tom Deaton2 1985-86 Tom Deaton 1986-87 Tom Deaton 1987-88 Tom Deaton 1988-89 Tom Deaton Frank Harrell Combined Season 1989-90 Frank Harrell 1990-91 Frank Harrell 1991-92 Frank Harrell 1992-93 Frank Harrell 1993-94 Frank Harrell 1994-95 Frank Harrell 1995-96 Frank Harrell 1996-97 Frank Harrell 1997-98 Frank Harrell 1998-99 Jeff Lebo 1999-00 Jeff Lebo 2000-01 Jeff Lebo2 2001-02 Jeff Lebo2 2002-03 Mike Sutton 2003-04 Mike Sutton 2004-05 Mike Sutton2 2005-06 Mike Sutton 2006-07 Mike Sutton 2007-08 Mike Sutton 2008-09 Mike Sutton 2009-10 Mike Sutton 2010-11 Mike Sutton 2011-12 Steve Payne 2012-13 Steve Payne 2013-14 Steve Payne 2014-15 Steve Payne 2015-16 Steve Payne 2016-17 Steve Payne TOTALS

ALL GAMES CONFERENCE GAMES W L Pct. W L Pct. Finish 7 18 .280 4 10 .286 7th 13 12 .520 7 7 .500 4th 14 10 .583 7 7 .500 3rd 7 19 .269 1 13 .071 8th 11 15 .423 7 7 .500 6th 11 15 .423 7 5 .583 5th 5 21 .192 1 11 .083 7th 6 20 .231 2 12 .143 8th 12 14 .462 8 8 .500 5th 16 12 .571 9 5 .643 3rd 18 10 .643 11 3 .786 2nd 19 9 .679 11 3 .786 1st 14 15 .483 6 8 .429 6th 7 20 .259 1 13 .071 8th 12 16 .429 5 9 .357 5th 2 3 .400 0 0 .000 8 17 .320 3 9 .250 10 20 .333 3 9 .250 6th 19 9 .679 9 3 .750 2nd 12 16 .429 6 6 .500 3rd 14 15 .483 8 6 .571 4th 15 13 .536 9 7 .563 5th 10 21 .322 5 11 .312 7th 13 14 .481 9 7 562 4th 13 15 .464 7 9 .438 7th 15 13 .536 10 8 .556 4th 9 21 300 5 13 278 8th 12 15 .444 8 10 .444 8th 16 12 .571 11 7 .611 5th 20 9 .689 13 3 .812 1st 27 7 .794 15 1 .938 1st 20 12 .625 11 5 .687 3rd 13 15 .464 7 9 .437 6th 18 11 .620 12 4 .750 1st 19 12 .612 13 7 .650 3rd 19 13 594 13 7 .650 3rd 13 19 .406 10 10 .500 7th 12 18 .400 6 12 .333 8th 15 17 .469 8 10 .444 6th 20 13 .606 12 6 .667 4th 19 14 .576 9 7 .563 4th 12 17 .414 5 11 .313 6th East 17 16 .515 9 7 .563 4th East 12 18 .400 4 12 .250 5th East 19 12 .613 11 5 .688 T2nd East 12 20 .375 8 8 .500 T4th East 1,102 1,080 .505 465 505 .479

Tech’s official year in the OVC / 2 OVC Regular Season Title / Mississippi Valley Conference Tournament Title 5 Tennessee Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament Title 1

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Regular Season Tournament Postseason Coach Years at TTU Seasons Games Won Lost Percentage Titles Titles Appearances Putty Overall 1924-47 22 311 164 147 .527 –– 3* 0 Hooper Eblen 1947-48 1 25 18 7 .720 –– 0 0 Raymond “Bull” Brown 1948-55 7 153 74 79 .484 0 0 0 John Oldham 1955-64 9 201 118 83 .587 3 0 2 Kenny Sidwell 1964-69 5 123 66 57 .537 0 1 0 Connie Inman 1969-76 7 173 79 94 .457 0 0 0 Cliff Malpass 1976-80 4 104 34 70 .327 0 0 0 Tom Deaton 1980-88 8+ 225 106 119 .471 1 0 1 Frank Harrell 1988-98 9+ 282 128 154 .454 0 0 0 Jeff Lebo 1998-2002 4 118 75 43 .636 2 0 1 Mike Sutton 2002-11 9 279 149 130 .534 1 0 1 Steve Payne 2011-Present 6 188 91 97 .484 0 0 2 TOTALS 91 2,150 1,090 1,060 .507 7 4 7 * Tech won Mississippi Valley Conference Tournament titles in 1931 and 1932 and a Tennessee Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament title in 1947.

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1923-24

1929-30

Overall

Head Coach: Putty Overall East Tennessee State L

8-4 Overall

26-21

1924-25 4-8 Overall

Head Coach: Putty Overall Monterey W 48-16 Baxter W 28-16 Cumberland University L 28-25 Peabody College L 21-19 Milligan College L 28-25 Cumberland University L 28-25 Castle Heights W 35-31 Castle Heights L 31-29 SPU L 30-13 SPU L 37-23 Ogden College W 21-13 Bethel College L 23-20

1925-26

No Records Available

1926-27 5-7 Overall

Head Coach: Putty Overall Algood W 26-13 Burk Terrors L 49-10 Middle Tennessee L 25-23 Middle Tennessee L 43-28 Bethel College W 36-35 Bowling Green Business L 20-14 Castle Heights L 37-14 Castle Heights W 22-18 Cumberland University W 26-22 Bethel College L 39-17 Bowling Green Business L 30-29 Cumberland University W 28-20

1927-28 5-4 Overall

Head Coach: Putty Overall Burk Terrors L 48-22 Middle Tennessee W 29-18 Middle Tennessee L 31-21 Nashville East Y L 25-21 Cumberland University L 43-31 Sparta Ath. Club W 26-22 Sparta Ath. Club W 37-23 Bowling Green Business W 38-25 Cumberland University W 45-30

1928-29 3-3 Overall

Head Coach: Putty Overall Middle Tennessee Middle Tennessee Cumberland University Cumberland University Burk Terrors WSM-Nashville

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W 40-39 L 36-28 L 29-26 W 35-21 L 42-29 W 25-22

Head Coach: Putty Overall State Teachers W 30-29 Burk Terrors L 36-30 State Teachers L 35-30 Bemis Y W 47-40 at East Tennessee State W 25-17 Hiwassee College W 50-23 Burk Terrors L 39-35 Cumberland University W 43-28 Hiwassee College W 41-36 Vanderbilt W 42-37 Cumberland University W 30-29 Mar. 4 vs. Murray State1 L 61-21 1 Mississippi Valley Tournament (Memphis, Tenn.)

1930-31 14-2 Overall

Head Coach: Putty Overall Burk Terrors W 27-26 DuPont L 26-23 DuPont L 52-38 Middle Tennessee W 37-24 Bemis Y W 76-39 Bethel College W 44-20 Bethel College W 52-30 WSM-Nashville W 62-26 Middle Tennessee W 34-26 Milligan College W 44-41 East Tennessee State W 47-26 Biltmore W 46-31 Milligan College W 44-24 vs. Bethel College1 W 58-17 Mar. 3 vs. Memphis1 W 42-32 vs. Caruthersville (Mo.)1 W 33-28 1 Mississippi Valley Tournament (Martin, Tenn.)

1931-32 11-6 Overall

Head Coach: Putty Overall Algood W 32-10 Burk Terrors W 35-14 Olson Swedes L 19-16 Gainesboro Ram W 33-13 Middle Tennessee W 21-12 Birmingham Southern W 31-15 Feb. 6 Murray State L 29-19 Transylvania W 42-36 Caruthersville (Mo.) L 43-27 Feb. 18 at Murray State L 44-36 Feb. 20 at Memphis W 34-25 Cleveland Celtics L 36-29 Middle Tennessee L 35-29 Feb. 27 Memphis W 31-23 Middle Tennessee W 32-23 Mar. 4 vs. Delta State1 W 39-12 vs. Freed-Hardeman1 W 31-23 vs. Caruthersville (Mo.)1 W 34-29 1 Mississippi Valley Tournament (Jackson, Tenn.)

1932-33 11-5 Overall

Jan. 12

Head Coach: Putty Overall Union University W Cumberland University W Western Kentucky W

29-15 31-24 35-32

Cleveland Celtics L 38-36 Jan. 18 at Western Kentucky L 34-31 Jan. 27 at Murray State L 51-41 Cumberland University W 41-19 Millsaps College W 39-21 Feb. 10 Murray State W 36-35 Middle Tennessee W 35-25 Union University W 31-29 Middle Tennessee L 25-23 Feb. 28 vs. Murray State1 W 53-48 Mar. 2 vs. Stetson1 W 38-27 Mar. 3 vs. Millsaps College1 W 31-29 Mar. 4 vs. Centenary1 L 38-23 1 SIAA Tournament (Jackson, Tenn.)

1933-34 3-8 Overall

Head Coach: Putty Overall Jan. 11 Clemson L 31-20 Jan. 13 Murray State L 40-26 Middle Tennessee W 21-15 Jan. 26 Memphis W 43-33 Jan. 27 at Western Kentucky L 36-21 Union University L 21-20 Feb. 8 at Memphis W 2OT 38-34 Union University L 33-32 Feb. 10 at Murray State L 43-38 Feb. 17 Western Kentucky L 30-22 Middle Tennessee L 38-27

1934-35 3-10 Overall

Head Coach: Putty Overall Middle Tennessee L 30-24 Jan. 4 Clemson L 28-19 Jan. 12 Memphis L 35-33 Union University L 32-31 Jan. 18 at Murray State L 46-32 Jan. 19 at Memphis W 29-27 Sewanee W 39-17 Jan. 26 Murray State L 29-23 Mississippi College L 32-28 Feb. 5 at Western Kentucky L 38-28 Sewanee W 35-30 Middle Tennessee L 27-22 Feb. 14 Western Kentucky L 29-24

1935-36 1-7 Overall

Head Coach: Putty Overall Jan. 10 Murray State L 50-30 Jan. 18 Memphis L 30-26 Jan. 30 at Murray State L 50-27 Jan. 31 at Memphis L 28-14 Feb. 8 Western Kentucky L 42-25 Union University L 57-27 Feb. 24 at Western Kentucky L 43-23 Middle Tennessee W 31-26

1936-37 5-9 Overall

Head Coach: Putty Overall Jan. 7 at Murray State Union University Jan. 9 at Memphis Murray State Cumberland University

L L L L W

40-20 36-19 37-26 40-20 41-25

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W 22-21 W 41-25 W 27-26 W 43-37 L 28-26 L 32-24 L 30-20 L 35-25 L 36-23

1937-38 11-6 Overall

Head Coach: Putty Overall Jacksonville State W 28-27 Vanderbilt W 21-16 Jan. 13 Western Kentucky L 40-23 Jan. 14 Murray State L 28-21 Vanderbilt L 34-31 Middle Tennessee W 44-29 Sewanee W 31-29 Middle Tennessee W 34-26 Union University W 29-28 Feb. 8 at Western Kentucky L 31-19 Middle Tennessee W 50-23 Union University L 41-24 Feb. 12 Memphis W 50-23 Feb. 18 at Memphis W 49-32 Feb. 19 at Murray State L 41-33 Cumberland University W 43-41 Cumberland University W 46-22

1938-39 10-4 Overall

Head Coach: Putty Overall Jan. 12 at Western Kentucky L 40-24 Jan. 14 Memphis W 37-35 at Chattanooga W 34-32 Jan. 21 Murray State L 29-28 Middle Tennessee W 37-32 Sewanee W 31-19 Feb. 2 at Murray State L 37-26 Feb. 3 at Memphis W 44-40 Union University W 46-23 Middle Tennessee W 38-34 Union University W 47-32 Alabama Teachers W 37-30 Feb. 18 Western Kentucky L 42-36 Chattanooga W 41-39

1939-40 9-7 Overall

Head Coach: Putty Overall YMHA Peps Dec. 11 at Tennessee Jan. 12 Western Kentucky at Chattanooga Sewanee Union University Jan. 20 at Memphis State Teachers Jan. 27 Memphis Middle Tennessee Union University Feb. 2 Murray State Feb. 6 at Western Kentucky Feb. 7 at Murray State

W 37-30 L 37-23 L 41-29 W 40-22 W 41-30 L 33-30 L 38-27 W 39-31 W 44-35 L 47-43 W 52-39 W 37-35 L 38-28 L 57-21

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Sewanee W 43-38 Chattanooga W 56-39

1940-41 7-9 Overall

Head Coach: Putty Overall Dec. 7 at Tennessee L 46-27 Jan. 6 Jacksonville State W 37-29 Jan. 8 Western Kentucky L 42-16 Jan. 10 Lipscomb W 49-32 Jan. 11 Murray State L 30-29 Jan. 18 Sewanee W 49-27 Jan. 23 at Memphis W 32-39 Jan. 25 at Murray State L 66-26 Jan. 28 Tennessee Wesleyan W 42-40 Jan. 31 Delta State L 41-36 Feb. 4 at Western Kentucky L 51-31 Feb. 7 Memphis L OT 43-41 Feb. 8 Delta State L 41-37 Feb. 18 Chattanooga W 43-24 Feb. 21 at Sewanee W 42-23 Feb. 26 at Chattanooga L 35-32

1941-42 9-8 Overall

Head Coach: Putty Overall Dec. 5 Dixie Aces W 42-38 Dec. 6 at Tennessee L 42-23 Jan. 7 Jacksonville State W 42-21 Jan. 15 Austin Peay L 31-19 Jan. 17 Sewanee W 36-20 Jan. 21 at Western Kentucky L 32-31 Jan. 22 at Murray State L 35-32 Jan. 27 at Union University W 42-39 Jan. 29 at Memphis L 32-29 Feb. 5 Western Kentucky W 45-34 Feb. 7 at Chattanooga W 31-29 Feb. 11 at Austin Peay L OT 40-39 Feb. 13 Memphis W 41-28 Feb. 14 Murray State L 63-23 Feb. 19 Union University W 46-35 Feb. 24 Chattanooga W 46-23 Mar. 6 at Western Kentucky1 L 61-35 1 SIAA Tournament (Bowling Green, Ky.)

1942-43 10-9 Overall

Head Coach: Putty Overall Western Carolina Dec. 5 at Tennessee Jan. 8 at Murray State Jan. 9 at Murray State Jan. 15 Western Kentucky Jan. 20 Austin Peay Jan. 22 Lipscomb Feb. 1 at Lipscomb Feb. 5 Murray State Feb. 6 Murray State Chattanooga Dixie Aces Union (Ky.) College Lincoln Memorial Carson-Newman Dixie Aces Camp Forrest Northern Field Lincoln Memorial

L 37-34 L 44-25 L 43-33 L 60-37 L 60-24 W 32-22 W 49-34 W 47-29 L 50-43 L 47-25 W 58-36 W 31-29 W 50-46 L 51-44 L 45-41 W 51-35 W 62-17 W 59-39 W 59-41

1943-44 3-13 Overall

Head Coach: Putty Overall Crossville M. Guards W 39-38 Camp Forrest L 44-40 Smyrna Bombers L 53-35 Jan. 8 at Lipscomb L 55-40 Crossville M. Guards L 55-43 Camp Forrest W 48-47 Nashville Ath. Ctr. L 58-26 Smyrna Bombers L 42-37 Jan. 28 Murray State L 53-40 Nashville Ath. Ctr. L 52-41 Feb. 15 Lipscomb W 50-46 Vanderbilt L 48-47 Smyrna Bombers L 52-45 Vanderbilt L 56-32 Feb. 19 Murray State L 56-29 Feb. 26 at Western Kentucky L 61-24

1944-45 6-6 Overall

Head Coach: Putty Overall U.S. Royals W 72-31 Dec. 8 at Tennessee L 45-28 Jan. 6 at Western Kentucky L 41-31 Vanderbilt W 70-44 Berry Field Engineers W 52-27 Vanderbilt W 54-40 Jan. 23 Western Kentucky L 49-41 Smyrna Bombers L 61-41 Berry Field Engineers L 42-40 Feb. 6 Lipscomb W 40-14 Feb. 10 at Lipscomb W 60-44 Smyrna Bombers L 56-48

1945-46 6-8 Overall

Head Coach: Putty Overall Carthage Burleys Dec. 3 at Tennessee Alpine Independents Oak Ridge Card Jan. 9 Western Kentucky Tennessee Eastman at Chattanooga Naval Sep. Ctr. Jan. 26 at Lipscomb Jan. 30 at Western Kentucky Chattanooga Tennessee Eastman Oak Ridge Card Feb. 15 Lipscomb

W 43-26 L 52-26 W 37-23 L 71-32 L 60-31 L 46-36 L 45-41 L 60-52 W 43-36 L 60-27 W 49-38 W 47-38 L 61-29 W 55-25

1946-47 20-4 Overall

Head Coach: Putty Overall Lindsey-Wilson Dec. 9 at Tennessee Western Carolina Union University Lindsey-Wilson Spring Hill College Cumberland University Jan. 14 Lipscomb Centre College Middle Tennessee

W 50-46 L 55-22 W 62-45 L 40-31 W 59-48 W 68-43 W 64-44 W 51-29 W 61-29 W 58-34

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Sewanee Jan. 25 Murray State Centre College Carson-Newman Union University Feb. 4 at Lipscomb Cumberland University Chattanooga Middle Tennessee Feb. 15 at Murray State Sewanee vs. Lambuth College1 Feb. 28 vs. Lipscomb1 Mar. 1 vs. Austin Peay1 Mar. 6 vs. Union (Ky.) College2 Mar. 7 vs. Miami2 Mar. 8 vs. Delta State2 1 TIAC Tournament (Lebanon, Tenn.) 2 SIAA Tournament (Bowling Green, KY.)

W 59-49 W 58-47 W 72-59 W 56-38 L 59-50 W 59-36 W 61-34 W 54-49 W 52-40 L 48-42 W 64-49 W 55-44 W 62-43 W 86-48 W 47-31 L 55-51 L 55-46

1947-48 18-7 Overall

Head Coach: Hooper Eblen Cumberland University W 43-23 Dec. 8 at Lipscomb W 55-50 Dec. 11 at Tennessee L 57-33 Jan. 7 Lipscomb W 50-43 Cumberland University W 61-49 Jan. 15 at Murray State L 76-46 Union University L 70-62 Jan. 17 at Memphis W 43-32 Middle Tennessee W 47-38 Jan. 20 at Austin Peay W 52-47 Sewanee W 64-44 Union University W 60-31 Chattanooga W 67-56 Middle Tennessee W 66-56 Sewanee W 65-51 Feb. 9 Austin Peay W 58-51 Feb. 14 Memphis W 58-44 Feb. 18 Murray State L 48-46 Chattanooga W 46-44 vs. Milligan College1 W 75-57 Feb. 27 vs. Austin Peay1 W 56-54 vs. Lincoln Memorial1 L 57-53 vs. Milligan College2 W 68-57 Mar. 2 vs. Delta State2 L 68-50 1 VSAC Tournament 2 NAIB Sectional

1948-49

10-10 Overall • 0-1 OVC2

Head Coach: Raymond “Bull” Brown Dec. 2 at Lipscomb L 50-43 Cumberland University W 58-33 Dec. 8 at Tennessee L 58-45 Dec. 11 Murray State L 75-58 Lincoln Memorial W 47-43 Union University W 41-38 Jan. 13 at Murray State L 67-53 Jan. 22 at Memphis L 67-57 Middle Tennessee W 75-54 Jan. 28 at Austin Peay W 40-35 Cumberland University W 62-48 Feb. 2 Lipscomb L 50-45 Chattanooga L 73-58 Middle Tennessee L 69-46 Chattanooga W 59-34

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Lawrence Tech W 66-57 Feb. 19 Memphis W 63-51 Feb. 22 Austin Peay L 64-59 Union University W 59-49 Feb. 24 vs. #7 Western Kentucky1 L 73-42 1 OVC Tournament (Louisville, Ky.) 2 Tech did not officially join the OVC until 1949-50

1949-50

9-12 Overall • 1-6 OVC (7th)

Head Coach: Raymond “Bull” Brown Dec. 1 at Lipscomb W 61-49 Dec. 3 at Tennessee L 69-62 Dec. 7 at Murray State* L 96-71 Dec. 8 at Evansville* L 76-56 Morehead State* L 59-57 Middle Tennessee W 56-45 Jan. 13 at Austin Peay L 61-57 Union University W 50-40 Jan. 17 Murray State* L 59-57 Jan. 21 Memphis W 66-49 Morehead State* L 80-59 Jan. 28 at Marshall* L 88-43 Chattanooga W 68-64 Feb. 3 at Memphis L 56-39 Union University W 63-61 Feb. 7 Austin Peay L 56-53 Feb. 11 Marshall* W 74-70 Middle Tennessee L 55-53 Chattanooga W 48-44 Feb. 20 at Lipscomb W 49-41 Feb. 24 vs. #8 Western Kentucky1 L 79-60 1 OVC Tournament (Louisville, Ky.)

1950-51

12-10 Overall • 1-6 OVC (7th)

Head Coach: Raymond “Bull” Brown North Alabama L 57-56 Dec. 5 at Memphis L 59-53 Dec. 6 at Murray State* L 74-53 Dec. 14 Georgia Southern L 79-71 Georgetown (Ky.) W 89-73 Morehead State*1 W 90-88 Middle Tennessee W 51-37 Jan. 10 Lipscomb W 64-44 Jan. 13 at Eastern Kentucky* L 67-46 Jan. 16 Murray State* L 68-56 North Alabama W 63-54 Middle Tennessee W 59-35 Morehead State* L 62-58 Jan. 27 at Marshall* L 72-61 Feb. 3 Evansville* L 60-55 Feb. 6 at Lipscomb W 57-48 Chattanooga W 57-43 Feb. 10 at Austin Peay W 54-53 Chattanooga W 57-53 Feb. 13 Austin Peay W 62-61 Feb. 17 Memphis W 57-40 Feb. 22 vs. Murray State2 L 56-46 Mar. 5 vs. Delta State3 W 51-46 Mar. 6 at Memphis3 L 74-62 1 Game ran 60 minutes because of clock malfunction 2 OVC Tournament (Louisville, Ky.) 3 NAIB State Tournament (Memphis, Tn.)

1951-52

9-14 Overall • 2-10 OVC (7th)

Head Coach: Raymond “Bull” Brown Dec. 1 at Western Kentucky* L 89-62 Dec. 6 Murray State* L 51-48 Dec. 8 Lipscomb W 55-37 Georgetown (Ky.) L 50-47 Dec. 18 Austin Peay1 W 77-49 Dec. 19 Lipscomb1 W 64-55 Jan. 4 at Lipscomb W 42-36 Jan. 10 at Eastern Kentucky* L 86-60 Morehead State* W 63-47 Jan. 16 Western Kentucky* L 64-55 Middle Tennessee L 57-56 Jan. 21 Evansville* W 61-49 Marshall* L 59-56 Morehead State* L 78-66 Feb. 2 at Austin Peay L 55-51 Feb. 6 Eastern Kentucky* L 63-52 Middle Tennessee W 66-54 Feb. 13 at Murray State* L 85-67 Feb. 14 at Evansville* L 80-61 Feb. 16 Austin Peay W 78-72 Feb. 21 vs. Murray State2 L 61-59 Mar. 3 vs. Lipscomb3 W 74-59 Mar. 4 vs. Memphis3 L 45-38 1 Tennessee Collegiate Invitational Tournament 2 OVC Tournament (Louisville, Ky.) 3 NAIB State Tournament (Cookeville, Tn.)

1952-53

14-11 Overall • 3-7 OVC (4th)

Head Coach: Raymond “Bull” Brown Dec. 1 at Lipscomb W 71-63 Dec. 6 at Murray State* L 92-82 Dec. 8 Eastern Kentucky* L 93-69 Georgetown (Ky.) W 77-60 Maryville College W 88-65 Tusculum W 99-78 Dec. 20 at East Tennessee State L 82-71 Jan. 10 Memphis W 55-40 Jan. 13 at #10 Western Kentucky* L 99-61 Morehead State* W 93-89 Jan. 17 East Tennessee State W 59-55 Jan. 20 at Austin Peay W 77-70 Jan. 24 at Memphis L 96-83 Middle Tennessee* W 85-62 Morehead State* L 101-89 Feb. 2 at #15 Eastern Kentucky* L 89-67 Feb. 7 Tampa W 106-67 Feb. 7 Lipscomb W 79-69 Feb. 11 Murray State* L 79-69 Feb. 14 Austin Peay W 97-80 Middle Tennessee* W 77-67 Feb. 19 #9 Western Kentucky* L 74-61 vs. Morehead State1 L OT 70-61 at Austin Peay2 W 85-71 Mar. 5 vs. East Tennessee State2 L 64-62 1 OVC Tournament (Louisville, Ky.) 2 NAIA Tryouts (Clarksville, Tenn.)

1953-54

12-11 Overall • 4-6 OVC (4th)

Head Coach: Raymond “Bull” Brown Dec. 1 at Lipscomb W 68-66 Maryville College W 100-52 Dec. 8 at Eastern Kentucky* L 112-82 Dec. 9 Clemson W 97-80

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Dec. 17 at Evansville L 97-78 Dec. 19 at East Tennessee State L 73-50 Austin Peay W 84-73 Jan. 9 Memphis W 94-73 Jan. 12 at Murray State* L 93-77 Jan. 16 East Tennessee State L 78-65 Jan. 20 #4 Western Kentucky* L 62-51 Middle Tennessee* W 92-81 Morehead State* L 96-79 Jan. 28 Lipscomb W 71-64 Jan. 30 Eastern Kentucky* L 90-61 Austin Peay W 67-64 Feb. 6 Murray State* W 79-69 Feb. 8 at Memphis L 81-58 Morehead State* W 84-71 Middle Tennessee* W 78-71 Feb. 18 Evansville W 75-70 Feb. 20 at #4 Western Kentucky* L 108-63 vs. Morehead State1 L 92-55 1 OVC Tournament (Louisville, Ky.)

1954-55

8-11 Overall • 3-7 OVC (5th)

Head Coach: Raymond “Bull” Brown Dec. 4 at Murray State*1 L 87-59 Dec. 6 Eastern Kentucky* W 5OT 85-80 Dec. 11 Lipscomb W 71-56 Dec. 13 at East Tennessee State L 89-70 Jan. 3 at Lipscomb W 71-67 Jan. 4 Clemson W 84-71 Morehead State* L 103-73 Jan. 10 at Eastern Kentucky* L 84-68 Jan. 15 East Tennessee State W 91-79 at Austin Peay L 58-54 Jan. 22 Memphis L 96-73 Jan. 24 at Western Kentucky* L 81-73 Morehead State* W 86-75 Middle Tennessee* W 70-68 Feb. 5 Murray State* L 79-78 Feb. 9 Western Kentucky* L 80-68 Middle Tennessee* L 78-77 Feb. 24 vs. Western Kentucky2 L 80-65 Austin Peay W 92-78 Feb. 19 at Memphis L 85-45 1 Final game at Carr Health Building (Murray, Ky.) 2 OVC Tournament (Louisville, Ky.)

1955-56

14-7 Overall • 7-3 OVC (T-1st) Dec. 1 Dec. 3 at Dec. 10 Dec. 17 at Jan. 2 at Jan. 7 Jan. 10 at Jan. 14 Jan. 19 at Jan. 21 Jan. 26 Jan. 28 Jan. 30 at Feb. 4 Feb. 11 at Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 20

Head Coach: John Oldham Austin Peay Murray State* Hardin-Simmons Morehead State* Austin Peay Eastern Kentucky* Lipscomb Morehead State* Middle Tennessee* Siena East Tennessee State Western Kentucky* Eastern Kentucky* Middle Tennessee* Memphis Lipscomb Murray State* #19 Memphis

W 89-71 L 95-82 W 79-69 L 83-65 W 73-72 W 71-67 L 76-69 W 101-80 W 71-65 W 88-71 W 84-79 W 101-79 W 82-77 W 73-68 L 96-77 W 85-75 W 81-76 W 90-81

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Feb. 25 at East Tennessee State Feb. 28 at Western Kentucky* Mar. 7 vs. Western Kentucky1 1 OVC Playoff (Louisville, Ky.)

L 76-61 L 86-75 L 84-80

1956-57

9-11 Overall • 1-9 OVC (6th)

Head Coach: John Oldham Dec. 4 Lipscomb W 94-70 Dec. 5 West Texas A&M W 83-76 Dec. 8 at Belmont W 97-79 Dec. 14 Morehead State* L 2OT 85-82 Dec. 15 UTEP W 69-62 Jan. 5 Eastern Kentucky* L 75-73 Jan. 9 at Murray State* L 78-67 Jan. 12 Middle Tennessee* L 2OT 85-80 Jan. 15 at #18 Western Kentucky* L 88-74 Jan. 19 Memphis L 101-74 jan. 22 at Memphis L 89-73 Feb. 2 at Kentucky Wesleyan W 102-94 Feb. 4 at Middle Tennessee* L 84-77 Feb. 6 Kentucky Wesleyan W 93-85 Feb. 9 at Morehead State* L 98-77 Feb. 11 at Eastern Kentucky* L 115-97 Feb. 16 Belmont W 108-70 Feb. 18 at Lipscomb W 72-71 Feb. 23 Murray State* W 96-90 Feb. 25 Western Kentucky* L 96-85

1957-58

17-9 Overall • 8-2 OVC (1st)

Head Coach: John Oldham Dec. 2 at Florida State L 74-71 Dec. 5 at Lipscomb W 106-78 Dec. 7 Kentucky Wesleyan W 92-81 Dec. 14 at Toledo L 67-64 Dec. 17 at Kentucky Wesleyan L 85-84 Dec. 18 Hardin-Simmons W 95-67 Dec. 26 vs. Southern Miss.1 L 65-48 Dec. 27 vs. Hardin-Simmons1 W 77-64 Dec. 28 vs. The Citadel1 W 69-60 Jan. 3 Fresno State W 79-76 Jan. 6 at Eastern Kentucky* W OT 53-52 Jan. 11 Morehead State* W OT 66-63 Jan. 13 at Middle Tennessee* W 76-65 Jan. 18 Western Kentucky* W OT 84-75 Jan. 20 at East Tennessee State* W 67-59 Jan. 28 Memphis L 64-63 Feb. 1 Murray State* W 65-59 Feb. 3 at Morehead State* L 79-69 Feb. 5 at Memphis L 76-59 Feb. 8 Eastern Kentucky* W 64-62 Feb. 11 at Western Kentucky* W 85-73 Feb. 15 Middle Tennessee* W OT 73-69 Feb. 17 Lipscomb W 102-59 Feb. 19 East Tennessee State* W 98-62 Feb. 24 at Murray State* L 66-55 Mar. 11 vs. #8 Notre Dame2 L 94-61 1 Louisiana Invitational Tournament (Shreveport, La.) 2 NCAA Regionals (Evanston, Ill.)

1958-59

16-9 Overall • 7-5 OVC (3rd)

Head Coach: John Oldham Dec. 1 Union University W 107-69 Dec. 2 Abilene Christian W 85-64 Dec. 6 at Morehead State* W 78-70

Dec. 8 UTEP W 65-60 Dec. 11 Lipscomb W 102-79 Dec. 13 Southern Miss. W 91-72 Dec. 20 Louisiana Tech W 91-72 Dec. 26 vs. St. Mary’s (Calif.)1 W 69-67 Dec. 27 at Evansville1 L 100-73 Jan. 5 at Western Kentucky* W 81-73 Jan. 7 vs. Centenary2 L 87-64 Jan. 8 vs. Murray State2 L 74-71 Jan. 10 at Murray State* L 69-61 Jan. 12 Middle Tennessee* W 98-75 Jan. 17 Memphis W 82-79 Jan. 19 Eastern Kentucky* L 81-75 Jan. 24 at East Tennessee State* L 80-78 Jan. 30 East Tennessee State* W 92-81 Feb. 5 at Eastern Kentucky* L 72-69 Feb. 10 Western Kentucky* W 83-74 Feb. 14 at Middle Tennessee* L 87-75 Feb. 17 at Memphis L 63-60 Feb. 20 Morehead State* W 90-66 Chattanooga W 97-81 Feb. 28 Murray State* W 90-70 1 Evansville Tournamnet (Evansville, Ind.) 2 Senior Bowl Tournament (Mobile, Ala.)

1959-60

13-9 Overall • 7-4 OVC (3rd)

Head Coach: John Oldham Chattanooga W 98-58 Dec. 7 Northwestern State W 84-82 Dec. 11 Morehead State* W 94-67 Dec. 21 vs. Virginia Tech1 L 78-74 Dec. 22 vs. Ole Miss1 L OT 37-36 Wittenberg L 56-44 Fresno State W 70-62 Chattanooga W 89-58 Jan. 9 Murray State* W 86-80 Jan. 12 at Western Kentucky* L 71-67 Jan. 18 at Eastern Kentucky* L 76-67 Jan. 20 at Memphis L 84-65 Jan. 23 East Tennessee State* W 99-89 Jan. 26 Middle Tennessee* W 76-69 Jan. 30 at East Tennessee State* W 90-71 Feb. 2 Memphis W 69-67 Feb. 6 Eastern Kentucky* W 80-73 Feb. 13 at Middle Tennessee* W 70-64 Feb. 17 Kentucky Wesleyan W 82-80 Feb. 23 Western Kentucky* L 109-80 Feb. 27 at Murray State* L 73-67 Feb. 29 at Kentucky Wesleyan L 97-81 1 Watauga Tournament (Johnson City, Tenn.)

1960-61

6-13 Overall • 3-9 OVC (6th) Dec. 1 Dec. 3 Dec. 5 Dec. 6 Dec. 9 at Dec. 10 at Jan. 7 at Jan. 10 Jan. 14 Jan. 17 at Jan. 21 at Jan. 27 Feb. 1

Head Coach: John Oldham Lipscomb W 68-52 Chattanooga W 99-51 Abilene Christian L 80-76 Nicholls State W 48-45 Morehead State* L 85-84 Morehead State1 L 84-74 Murray State* L 79-59 Western Kentucky* L 82-78 Morehead State* L 69-64 Western Kentucky* L 88-75 East Tennessee State* L 94-79 Eastern Kentucky* W OT 86-84 Memphis L 83-70

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Feb. 4 at Eastern Kentucky* Feb. 7 East Tennessee State* Feb. 11 at Middle Tennessee* Feb. 18 at Memphis Feb. 22 Middle Tennessee* Feb. 25 Murray State* 1 Played as a non-conference contest

L W L L L W

94-68 89-72 88-78 82-73 75-68 92-89

1961-62

16-6 Overall • 7-5 OVC (2nd)

Head Coach: John Oldham Dec. 2 Stetson W 100-73 Dec. 4 Cal State Northridge W 82-68 Dec. 6 Chattanooga W 81-75 Dec. 9 at Morehead State* L 71-63 Dec. 15 Jacksonville W 85-68 Dec. 16 UC-Santa Barbara W 62-54 Dec. 18 Richmond W 94-82 Dec. 20 Los Angeles State W 85-75 Jan. 2 Southern Miss. W 86-68 Jan. 6 Murray State* W 102-86 Jan. 9 at Western Kentucky* L 93-61 Jan. 13 Morehead State* L 89-69 Jan. 19 at East Tennessee State* L OT 71-69 Jan. 20 Richmond W 83-70 Jan. 23 Middle Tennessee* W 61-58 Jan. 30 Western Kentucky* W 79-72 Feb. 7 at Eastern Kentucky* L 84-72 Feb 12 East Tennessee State* W 103-63 Feb. 17 Eastern Kentucky* W 67-58 Feb. 19 at Middle Tennessee* W OT 64-63 Feb. 24 at Murray State* W OT 68-66 Feb. 27 at Centenary L 97-87

1962-63

16-8 Overall • 8-4 OVC (1st)

Head Coach: John Oldham Chattanooga L 81-71 Dec. 5 Louisiana W 73-63 Dec. 8 Texas-Pan American W 70-65 Dec. 18 at Jacksonville L 74-67 Dec. 20 at Stetson L 77-75 Dec. 28 vs. Ole Miss1 W 81-71 Dec. 29 vs. The Citadel1 W 75-73 Jan. 2 Centenary W 94-86 Jan. 3 Hawaii W 69-58 Jan. 5 at Murray State* W 78-67 Jan. 8 Western Kentucky* W 76-60 Jan. 12 Morehead State* W 76-74 Jan. 14 at Middle Tennessee* W 81-61 Jan. 19 at East Tennessee State* W 75-63 Jan. 26 Eastern Kentucky* L 87-82 Jan. 28 East Tennessee State* L 73-69 Feb. 2 at Western Kentucky* L 107-83 Feb. 6 Tampa W 90-79 Feb. 9 at Morehead State* W 68-64 Feb. 16 at Eastern Kentucky* L 73-64 Feb. 18 Middle Tennessee* W 61-60 Feb. 23 Murray State* W 84-61 Mar. 7 vs. Morehead State2 W 80-68 Mar. 11 vs. #5 Loyola Chicago3 L 111-42 1 Watauga Tournament (Johnson City, Tenn.) 2 OVC Playoff (Cookeville, Tenn.) 3 NCAA Regionals (Evanston, Ill.)

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1963-64

11-11 Overall • 7-7 OVC (5th)

Head Coach: John Oldham Dec. 3 Chattanooga W 81-69 Dec. 16 West Texas A&M W 89-88 Dec. 18 at UTEP L 101-62 Dec. 19 at UTEP L 64-48 Dec. 20 at Texas-Pan American L 73-65 Jan. 2 Belmont W 84-77 Jan. 6 at Morehead State* L 94-87 Jan. 11 Murray State* W 70-67 Jan. 14 at Western Kentucky* W 89-83 Jan. 18 at Centenary L 98-80 Jan. 21 Austin Peay* L 77-57 Jan. 25 East Tennessee State* W 88-62 Jan. 27 at Middle Tennessee* W OT 61-57 Feb. 1 Eastern Kentucky* L 86-63 Feb. 3 at Austin Peay* L 47-45 Feb. 7 Western Kentucky* W OT 92-83 Feb. 10 Tampa W 98-73 Feb. 15 at Morehead State* W 105-98 Feb. 18 at Eastern Kentucky* L 88-72 Feb. 22 at East Tennessee State* L 84-80 Feb. 24 Middle Tennessee* W 81-76 Feb. 29 at Murray State* L 88-82

1964-65

14-11 Overall • 8-6 OVC (4th)

Head Coach: Kenny Sidwell Chattanooga W 84-70 Dec. 9 at Belmont W 67-59 Dec. 11 at Southern Illinois L 72-53 Dec. 17 St. Mary’s (Calif.) L 74-73 Dec. 19 Georgia Southern W 123-111 Dec. 21 vs. East Tennessee State1 W 77-59 Dec. 22 vs. Murray State1 L 79-75 Jan. 1 Jacksonville L 72-61 Jan. 4 Centenary W 127-90 Jan. 6 East Tennessee State* W 83-70 Jan. 9 Western Kentucky* L 87-78 Jan. 11 Murray State* W 93-91 Jan. 13 at Austin Peay* W 85-83 Jan. 16 at Middle Tennessee* W 109-100 Jan. 23 Texas-Pan American W 76-68 Jan. 25 Southern Illinois L 84-83 Jan. 30 Morehead State* W 90-77 Feb. 1 at Eastern Kentucky* L 108-90 Feb. 6 at Murray State* L 92-79 Feb. 8 at Western Kentucky* L 92-83 Feb. 13 Austin Peay* W 99-73 Feb. 15 Middle Tennessee* W 87-79 Feb. 20 at Morehead State* L 90-74 Feb. 22 Eastern Kentucky* L 99-81 Feb. 27 at East Tennessee State* W 90-75 1 OVC Tournament (Louisville, Ky.)

1965-66

17-8 Overall • 8-6 OVC (3rd)

Head Coach: Kenny Sidwell Dec. 1 Chattanooga Dec. 4 Hardin-Simmons Dec. 10 Cal State Northridge Dec. 11 at Canisius Dec. 18 Central Missouri Dec. 20 vs. East Tennessee State1 Dec. 21 vs. Western Kentucky1 Jan. 4 at East Tennessee State* Jan. 8 Western Kentucky*

W 103-58 L 92-75 W 100-86 W 79-77 W 87-83 W 90-78 L 78-63 W 95-88 L 120-92

Jan. 10 at Murray State* L 67-62 Jan. 15 at Middle Tennessee* W 91-73 Jan. 17 Austin Peay* L 83-77 Jan. 19 at Chattanooga W 90-63 Jan. 22 at Hardin-Simmons W 81-78 Jan. 24 at Centenary W 86-74 Jan. 29 Eastern Kentucky* W 103-93 Jan. 31 at Morehead State* L 70-61 Feb. 5 East Tennessee State* W 88-69 Feb. 7 Texas-Pan American W 98-55 Feb. 12 Murray State* W 83-76 Feb. 14 at Western Kentucky* L 85-72 Feb. 19 at Austin Peay* W 86-68 Feb. 21 Middle Tennessee* W 108-77 Feb. 26 at Eastern Kentucky* L 97-77 Feb. 28 Morehead State* W 96-73 1 OVC Tournament (Louisville, Ky.)

1966-67

12-11 Overall • 6-8 OVC (6th)

Head Coach: Kenny Sidwell Dec. 1 Chattanooga W 96-56 Dec. 5 Arkansas State W 88-78 Dec. 10 Lincoln Memorial W 92-74 Dec. 16 Texas Wesleyan W 100-62 Dec. 19 vs. Morehead State1 L 74-73 Jan. 2 #6 Houston L 95-69 Jan. 3 at Texas-Pan American L 82-58 Jan. 7 Western Kentucky* L 91-80 Jan. 9 Middle Tennessee* W 82-71 Jan. 14 at Murray State* L 72-70 Jan. 16 at Austin Peay* L 87-83 Jan. 21 East Tennessee State* W 80-73 Jan. 23 at Chattanooga W 82-72 Jan. 26 Centenary W 96-82 Jan. 28 Morehead State* W 83-79 Feb. 4 at East Tennessee State* L 82-77 Feb. 6 at Eastern Kentucky* W 90-74 Feb. 11 at Middle Tennessee* L 83-72 Feb. 13 at #6 Western Kentucky* L 80-71 Feb. 18 Austin Peay* L 83-79 Feb. 20 Murray State* W 89-86 Feb. 25 at Morehead State* L 103-96 Feb. 27 Eastern Kentucky* W 111-91 1 OVC Tournament (Louisville, Ky.)

1967-68

10-16 Overall • 4-10 OVC (7th)

Head Coach: Kenny Sidwell Dec. 1 vs. Morehead State1 Dec. 2 vs. East Tennessee State1 Dec. 3 vs. Murray State1 Dec. 8 Howard Payne Dec. 9 Union University Dec. 15 at Arkansas State Dec. 18 at Toledo Dec. 27 at DePaul Dec. 30 New Mexico State Jan. 6 at Western Kentucky* Jan. 8 at Middle Tennessee* Jan. 13 Murray State* Jan. 15 Austin Peay* Jan. 18 Belmont Jan. 20 Texas-Pan American Jan. 27 Morehead State* Jan. 30 Chattanooga Feb. 3 East Tennessee State* Feb. 5 Eastern Kentucky*

W 71-63 W 64-62 W 67-60 L 80-69 L 74-67 W 73-70 L 99-67 L 88-68 L 95-76 L 78-72 L 76-62 L 92-91 L 72-68 W 106-71 L 75-71 W 81-74 W 96-91 W 63-62 L 67-64

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Feb. 10 Middle Tennessee* Feb. 12 Western Kentucky* Feb. 17 Austin Peay* Feb. 19 at Murray State* Feb. 24 Morehead State* Feb. 26 at Eastern Kentucky* Mar. 2 at East Tennessee State* 1 OVC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.)

W L L L L W L

67-65 75-74 73-61 81-67 83-72 77-76 85-62

1968-69

13-11 Overall • 5-9 OVC (6th)

Head Coach: Kenny Sidwell Dec. 2 Texas-Arlington W 83-74 Dec. 7 Belmont W 72-59 Dec. 14 UT Martin W 100-69 Dec. 16 Samford W 85-58 Dec. 21 West Georgia W 67-53 Dec. 27 #15 New Mexico State L 80-67 Dec. 28 vs. Massachusetts1 W 2OT 80-79 Jan. 4 Middle Tennessee* W 67-58 Jan. 11 at Murray State* L 95-75 Jan. 6 Western Kentucky* W 86-80 Jan. 15 Austin Peay* W 79-74 Jan. 18 Morehead State* L 93-84 Jan. 20 at Eastern Kentucky* L 87-71 Jan. 25 at #7 New Mexico State L 81-65 Jan. 27 at Texas-Pan American W 92-71 Feb. 1 East Tennessee State* L 84-59 Feb. 3 at Chattanooga W 75-64 Feb. 8 at East Tennessee State* L 87-66 Feb. 10 Murray State* L 62-59 Feb. 15 at Middle Tennessee* W 74-70 Feb. 17 at Western Kentucky* L 90-54 Feb. 22 Austin Peay* L 91-74 Mar. 1 at Morehead State* L 84-64 Mar. 3 Eastern Kentucky* W 92-87 1 Evansville Invitational (Evansville, Ind.)

1969-70

10-15 Overall • 4-10 OVC (7th)

Head Coach: Connie Inman Dec. 1 West Georgia W 112-68 Dec. 4 Belmont W 83-63 Dec. 6 VCU W 88-81 Dec. 13 at Trinity L 92-88 Dec. 15 at Texas-Arlington W 98-92 Dec. 27 at Western Michigan L 88-76 Dec. 30 at Toledo L 75-67 Jan. 3 at Western Kentucky* L 99-70 Jan. 5 at Middle Tennessee* W 57-51 Jan. 10 Murray State* L 87-78 Jan. 12 Austin Peay * W 90-88 Jan. 15 Eastern Kentucky* W 94-93 Jan. 17 at Morehead State* L 81-75 Jan. 24 #18 Iowa L 96-68 Jan. 26 Texas-Pan American L OT 83-82 Jan. 31 at East Tennessee State* L 88-62 Feb. 2 at Chattanooga W 83-67 Feb. 7 East Tennessee State* W 81-77 Feb. 9 at Murray State* L 76-70 Feb. 14 Middle Tennessee* L 90-72 Feb. 16 #17 Western Kentucky* L 100-64 Feb. 21 at Austin Peay* L OT 98-90 Feb. 23 Chattanooga W 84-82 Feb. 28 Morehead State* L 83-79 Mar. 2 Eastern Kentucky* L 104-80

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1970-71

7-17 Overall • 4-10 OVC (7th)

Head Coach: Connie Inman Dec. 1 UNC-Charlotte L 62-49 Dec. 5 at Arkansas State L 81-72 Dec. 7 at Chattanooga L 90-66 Dec. 12 Trinity W 101-86 Dec. 19 at #19 St. Bonaventure L 82-58 Dec. 22 at St. Francis (Pa.) L 89-69 Dec. 29 Arkansas State W 85-69 Jan. 2 Middle Tennessee* W 74-58 Jan. 4 #5 Western Kentucky* L 95-82 Jan. 9 at Austin Peay* W 81-79 Jan. 11 at Murray State* L 64-63 Jan. 16 Morehead State* W 75-69 Jan. 18 at Eastern Kentucky* L 79-67 Jan. 23 at Texas-Pan American L 86-79 Jan. 25 at Texas-Pan American W 80-74 Jan. 30 East Tennessee State* L 78-71 Feb. 1 Chattanooga L 76-75 Feb. 6 at East Tennessee State* L 69-66 Feb. 13 at #7 Western Kentucky* L 67-57 Feb. 15 at Middle Tennessee* L 69-60 Feb. 20 Austin Peay* W 102-91 Feb. 22 #17 Murray State* L 72-69 Feb. 27 at Morehead State* L 85-79 Mar. 1 Eastern Kentucky* L 95-91

1971-72

14-11 Overall • 7-7 OVC (4th)

Head Coach: Connie Inman Dec. 1 Chattanooga W 89-86 Dec. 6 at Jacksonville1 L 86-72 Dec. 7 vs. Stetson1 W 67-66 Dec. 18 at Stetson W 97-74 Jan. 21 Ball State W 75-73 Jan. 4 at UNC-Charlotte L 86-80 Jan. 8 Texas-Pan American L 92-85 Jan. 10 Birmingham Southern W 98-81 Jan. 15 at Western Kentucky* W 75-72 Jan. 17 at Middle Tennessee* L 66-55 Jan. 22 Murray State* W 59-57 Jan. 24 Austin Peay* W 94-77 Jan. 29 Eastern Kentucky* L 104-93 Jan. 31 at Morehead State* L 101-90 Feb. 4 St. Francis L 91-88 Feb. 7 East Tennessee State* W 73-66 Feb. 9 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi W 83-77 Feb. 12 Middle Tennessee* W 59-58 Feb. 14 Western Kentucky* W 81-71 Feb. 19 at Austin Peay* W 74-73 Feb. 21 at Murray State* L 68-66 Feb. 24 at Chattanooga W OT 93-85 Feb. 26 Morehead State* L 98-96 Feb. 28 at Eastern Kentucky* L 95-78 Mar. 4 at East Tennessee State* L 83-75 1 Sunshine Classic (Jacksonville, Fla.)

1972-73

14-11 Overall • 7-7 OVC (4th)

Head Coach: Connie Inman Dec. 1 at Chattanooga Dec. 4 Stetson Dec. 9 Western Michigan Dec. 16 at Bradley Dec. 18 at Ball State Dec. 20 at Southern Illinois Belmont

L 87-80 W 103-88 W 87-68 L 100-83 W 73-68 L 88-57 W 81-65

Jan. 6 at Texas-Pan American W 73-71 Jan. 8 at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi L OT 85-84 Jan. 13 Middle Tennessee* W 75-70 Jan. 15 Western Kentucky* W OT 96-90 Jan. 20 at Austin Peay* L 105-93 Jan. 22 at Murray State* L 73-72 Jan. 27 Morehead State* L 78-76 Jan. 29 at Eastern Kentucky* L 77-66 Feb. 1 UNC-Charlotte W OT 74-68 Feb. 3 East Tennessee State* W 75-65 Feb. 10 at Western Kentucky* L 75-67 Feb. 12 at Middle Tennessee* L 78-67 Feb. 17 Murray State* W 81-79 Feb. 19 Austin Peay* L 73-70 Feb. 22 Chattanooga W 111-87 Feb. 24 Eastern Kentucky* W 104-76 Feb. 26 at Morehead State* W 85-79 Mar. 3 at East Tennessee State* W 79-62

1973-74

7-18 Overall • 4-10 OVC (7th)

Head Coach: Connie Inman Dec. 1 Chattanooga L 93-90 Dec. 11 Northeast Louisiana L 75-53 Dec. 15 at Stetson L 72-56 Dec. 17 at USF L 88-84 Dec. 20 Southern Illinois L 74-72 Dec. 28 vs. Georgia State1 W 64-59 Dec. 29 vs. Cleveland State1 L 76-71 Jan. 2 Western Carolina W 71-70 Jan. 5 at Chattanooga L 121-97 Jan. 7 William Penn W 78-53 Jan. 12 at Middle Tennessee* L 93-81 Jan. 14 at Western Kentucky* W 60-59 Jan. 19 Austin Peay* L 94-73 Jan. 21 Murray State* L 70-64 Jan. 26 Eastern Kentucky* W 80-75 Jan. 28 at Morehead State* L 69-64 Feb. 2 at East Tennessee State* L 56-55 Feb. 4 at UNC-Charlotte L 81-65 Feb. 9 Western Kentucky* L 78-77 Feb. 11 Middle Tennessee* L 69-67 Feb. 16 at Murray State* L 78-75 Feb. 18 at Austin Peay* L 96-71 Feb. 23 Morehead State* L 91-90 Feb. 25 at Eastern Kentucky* W 62-56 Mar. 2 East Tennessee State* W 81-72 1 Youngstown St. Classic ( Youngstown, Ohio)

1974-75

13-12 Overall • 7-7 OVC (4th)

Head Coach: Connie Inman Nov. 30 #3 Indiana L 113-60 Dec. 7 Mercer W 81-76 Dec. 10 Lipscomb W 104-68 Dec. 14 Milligan College W 88-80 Dec. 16 at Western Carolina W OT 96-90 Dec. 20 vs. Valdosta State1 L 82-77 Dec. 21 vs. Wittenberg1 W 72-62 Jan. 2 Mercer W 100-88 Jan. 6 USF L 65-63 Jan. 11 Western Kentucky* L 84-80 Jan. 13 Middle Tennessee* L 67-65 Jan. 18 at Murray State* W 74-68 Jan. 20 at Austin Peay* W 71-69 Jan. 25 at Morehead State* L 91-78 Jan. 27 Eastern Kentucky* W 86-71 Feb. 1 East Tennessee State* W 85-84

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Feb. 3 Stetson L 74-66 Feb. 8 at Middle Tennessee* L 102-83 Feb. 10 at Western Kentucky* L 75-69 Feb. 15 Austin Peay* L 94-79 Feb. 17 Murray State* W 103-93 Feb. 22 at Eastern Kentucky* W 90-85 Feb. 24 Morehead State* W 85-77 Feb. 27 East Tennessee State* L 80-78 Mar. 7 vs. Austin Peay2 L 78-69 1 All-American Tournament (Owensboro, Ky.) 2 OVC Tournament (Murfreesboro, Tenn.)

1975-76

14-10 Overall • 7-7 OVC (3rd)

Head Coach: Connie Inman Nov. 29 Baptist College Dec. 6 Milligan College Dec. 11 at Arkansas State Dec. 13 at Cleveland State Dec. 15 at Eastern Michigan Dec. 20 at Stetson Dec. 22 at Valdosta State Jan. 5 Arkansas State Jan. 10 at East Tennessee State* Jan. 12 Western Carolina Jan. 17 at Middle Tennessee* Jan. 19 at Western Kentucky* Jan. 24 Austin Peay* Jan. 26 Murray State* Jan. 31 Eastern Kentucky* Feb. 2 at Morehead State* Feb. 4 at Eastern Kentucky* Feb. 7 East Tennessee State* Feb. 14 Western Kentucky* Feb. 16 Middle Tennessee* Feb. 21 at Murray State* Feb. 23 at Austin Peay* Feb. 28 Morehead State* Mar. 1 vs. Middle Tennessee1 1 OVC Tournament (Bowling Green, Ky.)

W 107-73 W 114-99 L 75-74 W 77-74 W 82-79 L 86-74 W 88-70 W 86-75 W 74-69 W 109-95 L 76-74 L 88-69 W 83-81 W 91-85 L 92-87 L 84-81 W 86-82 W 119-97 L 105-97 W 96-89 L 75-72 L 98-69 W 84-77 L 84-72

1976-77

7-19 Overall • 1-13 OVC (8th) Nov. 27 Dec. 6 Dec. 9 at Dec. 11 at Dec. 13 Dec. 20 Dec. 23 at Dec. 29 at Dec. 30 vs. Jan. 4 Jan. 5 Jan. 8 at Jan. 10 Jan. 15 at Jan. 17 at Jan. 22 at Jan. 24 Jan. 29 Jan. 31 Feb. 5 at Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 12 Feb. 14

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Head Coach: Cliff Malpass St. Kilda Stetson Mercer #16 Clemson Valdosta State Livingston Vanderbilt Gannon1 New Orleans1 Milligan College Armstrong State Western Kentucky* Middle Tennessee* Murray State* Austin Peay* Morehead State* Eastern Kentucky* East Tennessee State* Cleveland State Middle Tennessee* Western Kentucky* Mercer Austin Peay* Murray State*

W 95-88 W 91-89 W 79-77 L 133-78 L 89-80 L 66-64 L 106-71 W 74-64 L 84-75 W 103-85 W 71-69 W 88-81 L 73-68 L 73-65 L 89-71 L 101-80 L 85-65 L 68-66 W 94-80 L OT 97-91 L 101-86 L 82-65 L 95-74 L 79-77

Feb. 19 at Eastern Kentucky* L 78-66 Feb. 21 Morehead State* L 90-78 Feb. 26 at East Tennessee State* L 92-74 1 Purreco Cup (Erie, Pa.)

1977-78

11-15 Overall • 7-7 OVC (6th)

Head Coach: Cliff Malpass Nov. 26 Vanderbilt W 72-71 Dec. 3 St. Leo W 75-62 Dec. 5 #15 Alabama L 94-66 Dec. 10 Southern Tech W 103-77 Dec. 15 at Mercer L 90-80 Dec. 17 at Chattanooga L 88-73 Dec. 29 vs. Appalachian State1 L 96-69 Dec. 30 at Furman1 L 95-78 Jan. 2 at South Carolina L 68-51 Jan. 7 Austin Peay* W 58-57 Jan. 9 Murray State* W 68-67 Jan. 14 at Middle Tennessee* W 65-60 Jan. 16 at Western Kentucky* L 86-75 Jan. 21 Eastern Kentucky* L 73-62 Jan. 23 at Morehead State* W 66-57 Jan. 28 at East Tennessee State* L 67-61 Jan. 30 Valparaiso W 81-73 Feb. 4 at Austin Peay* L 71-62 Feb. 6 Murray State* W 63-60 Feb. 9 Chattanooga L 87-75 Feb. 11 Middle Tennessee* L 57-51 Feb. 13 Western Kentucky* L 81-69 Feb. 15 Mercer L 77-74 Feb. 18 Morehead State* W 73-71 Feb. 20 at Eastern Kentucky* L 78-64 Feb. 25 East Tennessee State* W 72-64 1 Poinsettie Classic (Greenville, S.C.)

1978-79

11-15 Overall • 7-5 OVC (5th)

Head Coach: Cliff Malpass Nov. 24 at New Orleans1 L OT 71-69 Nov. 25 vs. North Texas1 L 85-83 Dec. 1 Chattanooga W 88-85 Dec. 7 at Vanderbilt L 99-79 Dec. 9 Belmont W 73-72 Dec. 14 at Georgia Tech L 108-63 Dec. 18 Eastern Michigan W 78-66 Dec. 20 at Fairleigh-Dickinson L 66-61 Dec. 22 at St. John’s (N.Y.) L 100-56 Jan. 3 St. Francis W 81-71 Jan. 6 at Austin Peay* L 73-58 Jan. 10 East Tennessee State L 74-67 Jan. 13 Middle Tennessee* W 83-73 Jan. 15 Western Kentucky* W 75-68 Jan. 20 at Eastern Kentucky* L 112-84 Jan. 22 Morehead State* W 77-76 Jan. 25 Evansville L 90-73 Jan. 29 at Murray State* W 73-67 Jan. 31 at Chattanooga L 87-69 Feb. 3 Austin Peay* W 72-62 Feb. 5 Murray State* W 81-69 Feb. 10 at Middle Tennessee* W OT 76-72 Feb. 12 at Western Kentucky* L 80-66 Feb. 17 at Morehead State* L 100-79 Feb. 19 Eastern Kentucky* L 100-72 Feb. 24 at East Tennessee State L 107-70 1 New Orleans Classic (New Orleans, La.)

1979-80

5-21 Overall • 1-11 OVC (7th)

Head Coach: Cliff Malpass Nov. 30 Georgia Southern W 64-57 Dec. 3 at Ole Miss L 87-67 Dec. 7 South Alabama L 97-68 Dec. 11 Francis Marion L 90-79 Dec. 15 at Indiana State L 70-57 Dec. 17 at Evansville L 78-67 Dec. 21 East Tennessee State L 2OT 88-81 Dec. 28 vs. Tennessee Temple1 L 95-77 Dec. 29 vs. West Georgia1 L 97-82 Jan. 2 St. Mary’s (Minn.) W 105-73 Jan. 5 Austin Peay* W 83-71 Jan. 7 Murray State* L 73-72 Jan. 10 at Middle Tennessee* L 65-62 Jan. 12 at Western Kentucky* L 97-72 Jan. 17 Eastern Kentucky* L 89-79 Jan. 19 Morehead State* L 83-67 Jan. 24 at Akron L 85-74 Jan. 26 McKendree W 75-73 Jan. 31 at Austin Peay* L 96-78 Feb. 2 at Murray State* L 100-73 Feb. 4 Tennessee State L 62-61 Feb. 7 Middle Tennessee* L 77-68 Feb. 9 Western Kentucky* L 75-56 Feb. 14 Morehead State* L 85-75 Feb. 16 at Eastern Kentucky* L 98-84 Feb. 21 Akron W 77-72 1 Choo Choo Classic (Chattanooga, Tenn.)

1980-81

6-20 Overall • 2-12 OVC (8th)

Head Coach: Tom Deaton Nov. 29 Indiana State W 62-52 Dec. 3 Ole Miss L 59-56 Dec. 8 at Auburn L 77-62 Dec. 11 at South Alabama L 67-48 Dec. 13 at Georgia Southern W 80-78 Dec. 15 Clinch Valley College W 82-68 Dec. 17 at East Tennessee State L 78-47 Dec. 29 at Vanderbilt1 L 97-64 Dec. 30 vs. Penn State1 L 69-47 Jan. 3 Austin Peay* L 67-64 Jan. 8 Middle Tennessee* L 86-62 Jan. 10 Western Kentucky* L 65-51 Jan. 15 Eastern Kentucky* L 91-75 Jan. 17 Morehead State* W OT 85-84 Jan. 22 Akron* L 71-62 Jan. 24 at Murray State* L 50-48 Jan. 29 Austin Peay* L 69-67 Jan. 31 Murray State* L 45-44 Feb. 2 at Tennessee State L 67-59 Feb. 5 at Middle Tennessee* L 53-50 Feb. 7 at Western Kentucky* L 72-59 Feb. 9 Youngstown State W 61-59 Feb. 12 at Morehead State* L 77-64 Feb. 14 at Eastern Kentucky* W 56-55 Feb. 19 at Akron* L OT 77-71 Feb. 21 at Youngstown State L 69-59 1 Music City Invitational (Nashville, Tenn.)

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1981-82

12-14 Overall • 8-8 OVC (5th)

Head Coach: Tom Deaton Nov. 30 Carson Newman W 86-69 Dec. 2 Ole Miss L 58-34 Dec. 7 Auburn L 88-61 Dec. 10 at Eastern Kentucky* W 62-60 Dec. 12 at Morehead State* L OT 73-71 Dec. 14 at Indiana State L 92-74 Dec. 16 East Tennessee State W 77-69 Dec. 19 at Middle Tennessee* L 88-63 Dec. 29 at Evansville1 L 67-43 Dec. 30 vs. Eastern Illinois1 L 68-67 Jan. 7 Youngstown State* L 76-60 Jan. 9 Akron* W 75-59 Jan. 14 Clinch Valley College W 84-61 Jan. 16 at Western Kentucky* L 51-50 Jan. 21 Austin Peay* W 66-58 Jan. 23 Murray State* L 55-50 Jan. 27 Florida Southern L 87-81 Jan. 31 Middle Tennessee* W 75-61 Feb. 4 at Youngstown State* W 66-49 Feb. 6 at Akron* W 76-62 Feb. 11 Western Kentucky* W OT 70-64 Feb. 13 UNC-Asheville W 91-66 Feb. 18 at Austin Peay* W 2OT 76-73 Feb. 20 at Murray State* L 60-58 Feb. 25 Eastern Kentucky* L OT 81-80 Feb. 27 Morehead State* L 97-76 1 Evansville Holiday Invitational (Evansville, Ind.)

1982-83

16-12 Overall • 9-5 OVC (3rd)

Head Coach: Tom Deaton Nov. 29 Arkansas State Dec. 4 at Auburn Dec. 6 UT Martin Dec. 10 at Stetson1 Dec. 11 vs. Florida A&M1 Dec. 13 at Florida Southern Dec. 18 at Akron* Dec. 20 at Youngstown State* Dec. 22 at East Tennessee State Jan. 6 Tennessee State Jan. 8 Clinch Valley College Jan. 14 Murray State* Jan. 15 Middle Tennessee* Jan. 18 Marquette Jan. 22 at Austin Peay* Jan. 27 Eastern Kentucky* Jan. 28 Morehead State* Jan. 31 Mercer Sewanee Feb. 11 at Murray State* Feb. 12 at Middle Tennessee* Feb. 17 Austin Peay* Feb. 19 Mercer Feb. 25 at Eastern Kentucky* Feb. 26 at Morehead State* Mar. 4 Akron* Mar. 5 Youngstown State* Mar. 11 vs. Morehead State2 1 Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) 2 OVC Tournament (Murray, Ky.)

W 55-53 L 74-65 W 102-89 L 68-67 W 90-79 W 93-70 L 86-66 W 76-74 L 75-71 L 54-53 W 80-67 L 92-88 W 82-67 L 78-59 W 82-79 L 73-72 W 70-66 W 81-74 W 98-66 W 78-73 L 71-68 W 66-65 L 78-77 W 70-57 L 81-65 W 76-61 W 70-57 L 54-53

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1983-84

18-10 Overall • 11-3 OVC (2nd)

Head Coach: Tom Deaton Nov. 26 Clinch Valley College W 81-68 Dec. 1 Georgia Southern L 85-67 Dec. 6 at Indiana L 81-66 Dec. 9 at Montana1 L 68-61 Dec. 10 vs. Centenary1 W 68-67 Dec. 15 at Southern Miss. L 78-68 Dec. 20 at Chattanooga L 80-59 Jan. 1 Geneva College W 97-81 Jan. 3 Milligan College W 69-48 Jan. 7 Middle Tennessee* W 70-60 Jan. 12 at Eastern Kentucky* W 70-58 Jan. 13 at Morehead State* L 79-72 Jan. 16 at Tennessee State W 73-69 Jan. 19 Akron* W OT 74-68 Jan. 21 Youngstown State* W 77-72 Jan. 23 at Louisiana L 2OT 93-91 Jan. 26 Murray State* W 61-60 Jan. 28 Austin Peay* W 78-72 Feb. 4 Union (Ky.) College W 81-67 Feb. 9 at Murray State* L 75-72 Feb. 11 at Austin Peay* W 75-70 Feb. 16 Eastern Kentucky* W 61-44 Feb. 18 Morehead State* W 70-62 Feb. 23 at Akron* W 74-68 Feb. 24 at Youngstown State* L 80-65 Feb. 29 at Georgia Southern W 78-75 Mar. 3 at Middle Tennessee* W 68-66 Mar. 9 vs. Youngstown State2 L OT 63-55 1 Champions Holiday Tournament (Missoula, Mont.) 2 OVC Tournament (Morehead, Ky.)

1984-85

19-9 Overall • 11-3 OVC (1st)

Head Coach: Tom Deaton Nov. 24 Georgia College W 89-64 Nov. 26 at Clemson W OT 68-67 Nov. 30 at #18 Georgia Tech L 96-78 Dec. 3 Belmont W 88-67 Dec. 8 at Missouri L 86-66 Dec. 12 Cumberland University W 78-65 Dec. 15 Chattanooga W 64-59 Dec. 17 Southern Miss. W 72-67 Dec. 22 Mercer L 81-76 Jan. 2 Milligan College W 99-62 Jan. 7 at Middle Tennessee* W 70-64 Jan. 12 Eastern Kentucky* W 58-57 Jan. 14 Morehead State* W 76-64 Jan. 19 at Akron* W 57-42 Jan. 21 at Youngstown State* L 68-67 Jan. 24 Louisiana L 82-80 Jan. 26 at Murray State* L 82-73 Jan. 28 at Austin Peay* W 92-76 Jan. 30 UCF W 70-55 Feb. 9 Murray State* W 2OT 53-51 Feb. 11 Austin Peay* W 87-65 Feb. 16 at Eastern Kentucky* W OT 64-60 Feb. 18 at Morehead State* L 79-70 Feb. 21 Middle Tennessee* W 74-70 Feb. 23 Akron* W 74-52 Feb. 25 Youngstown State* W 64-54 Mar. 1 at Middle Tennessee1 L 54-52 Mar. 14 at Tennessee2 L 65-62 1 OVC Tournament (Murfreesboro, Tenn.) 2 NIT First Round (Knoxville, Tenn.)

1985-86

14-15 Overall • 6-8 OVC (6th)

Head Coach: Tom Deaton Nov. 25 Cumberland University W 87-65 Nov. 30 Louisiana W 71-66 Dec. 6 vs. Temple1 L 69-63 Dec. 7 vs. Portland1 W 68-54 Dec. 10 UCF W 77-62 Dec. 14 Bluefield College W 84-66 Dec. 16 at Southern Miss. L 106-93 Dec. 21 Mercer W 66-55 Dec. 26 vs. Oregon State2 L 69-54 Dec. 27 vs. Kansas State2 L 89-61 Dec. 28 vs. Oregon2 L 91-60 Jan. 2 Tiffin W 98-62 Jan. 6 Middle Tennessee* L OT 79-77 Jan. 11 Austin Peay* L 75-63 Jan. 13 Murray State* W 78-53 Jan. 18 at Eastern Kentucky* L 73-64 Jan. 20 at Morehead State* W 67-57 Jan. 25 Akron* L 66-54 Jan. 27 Youngstown State* W 67-55 Jan. 30 at Louisiana L 59-51 Feb. 3 at Middle Tennessee* L 83-80 Feb. 8 at Youngstown State* L 63-55 Feb. 10 at Akron* L 79-69 Feb. 15 at Murray State* L 77-72 Feb. 17 at Austin Peay* W 70-68 Feb. 22 Morehead State* W OT 72-70 Feb. 24 Eastern Kentucky* W 61-57 Mar. 3 vs. Youngstown State3 W 71-68 Mar. 7 at Akron3 L 67-58 1 Pizza Hut Classic (Wichita, Kan.) 2 Far West Classic (Portland, Ore.) 3 OVC Tournament (Akron, Ohio)

1986-87

7-20 Overall • 1-13 OVC (8th)

Head Coach: Tom Deaton Nov. 29 Bethel College W 94-80 Dec. 6 Coker College W 84-72 Dec. 10 at Armstrong State L 80-67 Dec. 15 at Louisiana L 93-91 Dec. 19 at Vanderbilt1 L 89-65 Dec. 19 vs. Illinois State1 L 101-84 Dec. 22 Southern Miss. L 90-77 Dec. 27 Minnesota L 92-69 Dec. 30 at Western Kentucky L 102-46 Jan. 3 Freed-Hardeman W 82-61 Jan. 5 Middle Tennessee* L 114-79 Jan. 10 at Austin Peay* L 97-71 Jan. 12 at Murray State* L 63-62 Jan. 17 Eastern Kentucky* L 79-68 Jan. 19 Morehead State* L 92-70 Jan. 24 at Akron* L 95-73 Jan. 26 at Youngstown State* L 115-87 Jan. 29 Cumberland University W OT 64-58 Jan. 31 Armstrong State W 75-61 Feb. 2 at Middle Tennessee* L 116-65 Feb. 7 Youngstown State* L 74-65 Feb. 9 Akron* L 87-83 Feb. 14 Murray State* W 89-79 Feb. 16 Austin Peay* L 90-74 Feb. 21 Morehead State* L 94-60 Feb. 23 at Eastern Kentucky* L 111-80 Feb. 28 Louisiana W 89-82 1 Music City Invitational (Nashville, Tenn.)

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1987-88

12-16 Overall • 5-9 OVC (5th)

Head Coach: Tom Deaton Nov. 28 vs. Loyola Marymount1 L 114-78 Nov. 29 vs. Harvard1 L 87-83 Dec. 5 Samford W 82-80 Dec. 7 at Chattanooga L 95-89 Dec. 9 at Coastal Carolina L 91-80 Dec. 12 Western Kentucky L OT 57-52 Dec. 17 Covenant College W 76-68 Dec. 21 at UNLV2 L 103-76 Dec. 23 vs. Alaska-Anchorage2 W OT 68-67 Dec. 30 at Samford W OT 75-74 Jan. 4 Freed-Hardeman W 85-81 Jan. 13 at Middle Tennessee* L OT 69-67 Jan. 16 UMKC W 56-54 Jan. 18 Youngstown State* W 79-59 Jan. 22 Austin Peay* L 78-56 Jan. 25 Murray State* L 67-64 Jan. 30 at Eastern Kentucky* L 88-53 Feb. 1 at Morehead State* W OT 89-83 Feb. 6 Coastal Carolina W 70-64 Feb. 8 at Tennessee State* L 68-60 Feb. 13 Morehead State* W 84-77 Feb. 15 Eastern Kentucky* L 72-69 Feb. 20 Youngstown State* W 81-71 Feb. 22 Tennessee State* W 80-77 Feb. 27 at Murray State* L 80-75 Feb. 29 at Austin Peay* L 80-57 Mar. 3 Middle Tennessee* L 2OT 92-89 Mar. 7 at Eastern Kentucky3 L 85-71 1 St. John’s Lapchick Tournament (Jamaica, N.Y.) 2 Rebel Roundup (Las Vegas, Nev.) 3 OVC Tournament (Richmond, Ky.)

1988-89

10-20 Overall • 3-9 OVC (6th)

Head Coaches: Tom Deaton (2-3 Overall) Frank Harrell (8-17 Overall • 3-9 OVC) Nov. 25 at Tennessee L 118-86 Dec. 3 Covenant College W 105-61 Dec. 5 at UMKC W 58-55 Dec. 7 at California L 88-57 Dec. 9 at Hawaii1 L 98-58 Dec. 10 vs. Boston University1 L 84-62 Dec. 15 Chattanooga L OT 90-86 Dec. 17 at #6 Illinois L 105-77 Dec. 19 at Chicago State W 78-72 Dec. 21 at Western Illinois L 72-66 Dec. 29 UNC-Wilmington L 2OT 95-93 Jan. 5 Freed-Hardeman W 102-66 Jan. 9 Western Illinois W 65-60 Jan. 14 Tennessee State* W 73-59 Jan. 16 Middle Tennessee* L 79-77 Jan. 21 at Austin Peay* L 102-87 Jan. 23 at Murray State* L 76-67 Jan. 26 at UNC-Wilmington W 83-80 Jan. 28 Eastern Kentucky* W 57-54 Jan. 30 Morehead State* W 63-62 Feb. 4 Newberry College W 110-75 Feb. 6 Chicago State L 60-52 Feb. 8 at Miami L 111-101 Feb. 11 at Morehead State* L 93-81 Feb. 13 at Eastern Kentucky* L 78-76 Feb. 17 Murray State* L 87-72 Feb. 20 Austin Peay* L 86-85 Feb. 25 at Middle Tennessee* L 89-68 Feb. 27 at Tennessee State* L 86-84

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Mar. 4 at Austin Peay2 L 85-84 1 Hawaii Early Season Tournament (Honolulu, Hawaii) 2 OVC Tournament (Clarksville, Tenn.)

1989-90

19-9 Overall • 9-3 OVC (2nd)

Head Coach: Frank Harrell Nov. 25 Milwaukee W 85-71 Nov. 27 at Southern Miss. L 95-78 Nov. 29 at Vanderbilt W 89-76 Dec. 4 Sam Houston State W 92-79 Dec. 6 at Kentucky L 111-75 Dec. 8 vs. Tulane1 L OT 93-91 Dec. 9 vs. Mississippi Valley State1 W 95-90 Dec. 16 at Chattanooga W 82-77 Dec. 19 at Sam Houston State W 78-68 Dec. 21 at Auburn W 72-70 Jan. 2 Freed-Hardeman W 102-63 Jan. 6 Mississippi Valley State W 94-82 Jan. 8 at Middle Tennessee* W 100-75 Jan. 13 at Tennessee State* W 89-82 Jan. 16 Covenant College W 112-77 Jan. 20 Austin Peay* W 83-81 Jan. 22 Murray State* L 81-75 Jan. 24 at Mississippi Valley State L 96-80 Jan. 27 at Eastern Kentucky* L 74-59 Jan. 29 at Morehead State* W 106-95 Feb. 3 Middle Tennessee* W 79-69 Feb. 6 at Louisiana L 98-95 Feb. 10 Morehead State* W 98-84 Feb. 12 Eastern Kentucky* W 61-58 Feb. 17 at Murray State* L 71-63 Feb. 19 at Austin Peay* W 77-69 Feb. 26 Tennessee State* W 88-78 Mar. 3 vs. Austin Peay2 L 75-57 1 Citizens Bank Classic (Jonesboro, Ark.) 2 OVC Tournament (Murray, Ky.)

1990-91

12-16 Overall • 6-6 OVC (3rd) Nov. 23 Nov. 26 at Nov. 28 at Dec. 3 Dec. 6 Dec. 8 at Dec. 14 at Dec. 15 vs. Dec. 17 at Dec. 22 Dec. 28 at Dec. 31 at Jan. 2 Jan. 5 Jan. 12 Jan. 14 Jan. 19 at Jan. 21 at Jan. 26 at Jan. 30 at Feb. 4 at Feb. 9 Feb. 11 Feb. 16 Feb. 18 Feb. 23 at Feb. 25 at

Head Coach: Frank Harrell Bethel College W 105-82 Mississippi State L 109-76 Louisiana L 101-85 Covenant College W 119-54 #15 Southern Miss. W 84-78 UMKC L 87-78 Nebraska1 L 113-92 Alabama State1 L 92-83 Milwaukee L 82-73 Western Carolina W 107-87 Western Kentucky L 103-94 Wisconsin L 71-65 Chattanooga W 93-88 Tennessee State* W 88-78 Eastern Kentucky* W 86-68 Morehead State* W OT 52-51 Austin Peay* W 107-86 Murray State* L 86-74 Middle Tennessee* W 73-68 Western Carolina L 83-74 Tennessee State* W 101-87 UMKC W 84-74 Middle Tennessee* L 93-88 Murray State* L 72-64 Austin Peay* L 98-89 Morehead State* L OT 87-86 Eastern Kentucky* L 76-69

Mar. 2 vs. Morehead State2 L 88-83 1 Ameritas Classic (Lincoln, Neb.) 2 OVC Tournament (Murray, Ky.)

1991-92

14-15 Overall • 8-6 OVC (4th)

Head Coach: Frank Harrell Nov. 22 Covenant College W 116-58 Nov. 25 at Vanderbilt L 96-89 Nov. 27 at Alabama L 105-85 Nov. 30 at Georgia Southern L 103-86 Dec. 3 Bethel College W 116-93 Dec. 14 at College of Charleston L 75-59 Dec. 17 at Southern Miss. L 95-80 Dec. 21 Mississippi State L 90-84 Dec. 28 at Georgia L 105-90 Dec. 30 Georgia Southern W 92-90 Jan. 4 at BYU L 95-68 Jan. 11 at Eastern Kentucky* L 84-75 Jan. 13 at Morehead State* L 96-85 Jan. 18 Murray State* L 87-80 Jan. 20 Middle Tennessee* W OT 99-90 Jan. 25 Austin Peay* W 98-80 Jan. 27 Southeast Missouri* W 84-51 Jan. 30 College of Charleston W 75-67 Feb. 1 at Tennessee State* W 92-72 Feb. 3 UT Martin W 99-81 Feb. 8 at Southeast Missouri* W 88-78 Feb. 10 at Austin Peay* L 87-79 Feb. 15 at Middle Tennessee* L 97-76 Feb. 17 at Murray State* L OT 103-99 Feb. 22 Morehead State* W 100-89 Feb. 24 Eastern Kentucky* W 90-79 Mar. 2 Tennessee State* W 91-80 Mar. 6 vs. Austin Peay1 W 89-68 Mar. 7 vs. Eastern Kentucky1 L 72-67 1 OVC Tournament (Lexington, Ky.)

1992-93

15-13 Overall • 9-7 OVC (5th) Dec. 1 Dec. 3 at Dec. 5 Dec. 12 at Dec. 22 Dec. 30 Jan. 2 at Jan. 5 at Jan. 9 Jan. 11 Jan. 14 at Jan. 16 at Jan. 18 at Jan. 23 Jan. 28 Jan. 30 at Feb. 1 at Feb. 6 Feb. 9 Feb. 11 Feb. 15 at Feb. 20 at Feb. 22 at Feb. 25 at Feb. 27 Mar. 1 Mar. 5 vs.

Head Coach: Frank Harrell Clinch Valley College Tennessee Western Kentucky East Carolina Southern Miss. East Carolina Idaho State Mississippi State Eastern Kentucky* Morehead State* Austin Peay* UT Martin* Memphis Middle Tennessee* Tennessee State* Murray State* Southeast Missouri* UT Martin* Appalachian State Austin Peay* Middle Tennessee* Eastern Kentucky* Morehead State* Tennessee State* Murray State* Southeast Missouri* Morehead State1

W 111-60 L 96-78 W 99-92 L 109-94 W 102-98 W 95-77 L 97-77 L 110-65 W 95-87 W 97-79 W 90-72 W 81-76 L 101-71 L 86-73 L 102-79 L OT 117-112 L 79-74 W 87-70 W 96-88 W 92-83 W 65-63 L 80-66 W 101-96 L 82-78 L 83-81 W 113-99 W 97-89

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L 77-71

1993-94

10-21 Overall • 5-11 OVC (7th)

Head Coach: Frank Harrell Dec. 1 at Kentucky Dec. 4 Bethel College Dec. 6 at Appalachian State Dec. 10 at #12 Indiana1 Dec. 11 vs. Oral Roberts1 Dec. 21 vs. Ohio State2 Dec. 22 vs. Texas2 Dec. 23 at Chaminade2 Dec. 28 at Hawaii-Hilo3 Dec. 29 vs. LaSalle3 Dec. 30 vs. Connecticut3 Jan. 3 Idaho State Jan. 8 Austin Peay* Jan. 10 UT Martin * Jan. 15 at Southeast Missouri* Jan. 17 at Murray State* Jan. 22 at Morehead State* Jan. 24 at Eastern Kentucky* Jan. 27 Tennessee State* Jan. 29 at Middle Tennessee* Feb. 1 at Tennessee Feb. 7 at UT Martin* Feb. 12 Southeast Missouri* Feb. 14 Murray State* Feb. 17 Middle Tennessee* Feb. 19 at Austin Peay* Feb. 21 at Tennessee State* Feb. 26 Eastern Kentucky* Feb. 28 Morehead State* Mar. 3 vs. Austin Peay4 Mar. 4 vs. Tennessee State4 1 Indiana Invitational (Bloomington, Ind.) 2 Maui Classic (Honolulu, Hawaii) 3 Big Island Tournament (Hilo, Hawaii) 4 OVC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.)

L 115-77 W 88-70 L 85-72 L 117-73 W 99-73 L 98-77 L 97-85 W 83-78 W 84-80 L 109-93 L 130-78 L 91-79 L 85-80 W 70-62 L 87-77 L 102-90 L 100-87 L 95-84 L 73-68 W 69-68 L 97-78 L 95-86 L 89-83 L 89-86 W 73-69 L 80-74 L 94-85 W 92-75 W 82-71 W 101-91 L 91-74

1994-95

Head Coach: Frank Harrell Tennessee Wesleyan W 94-74 Tennessee L 74-54 Vanderbilt L 90-56 Northern Illinois L 85-74 Bethel College W 96-72 Clinch Valley College W 104-73 Oral Roberts W OT 89-85 Georgia L 99-72 Northern Illinois L 69-53 UT Martin* W 81-80 Austin Peay* L 93-87 Southeast Missouri* W 97-58 Murray State* W 79-71 Morehead State* L 78-54 Eastern Kentucky* L 83-76 Middle Tennessee* W 77-75 Oral Roberts L 70-64 Tennessee State* W 79-73 UT Martin* W 74-59 Middle Tennessee* W 78-65 Murray State* L 114-90 Southeast Missouri* L 89-73 Austin Peay* L 64-63

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W 95-83 W 71-60 L 88-72 L 85-74

1995-96

13-15 Overall • 7-9 OVC (7th)

Head Coach: Frank Harrell Nov. 27 Cumberland University W 90-55 Dec. 2 at Oral Roberts L 81-62 Dec. 6 at Alabama L 90-78 Dec. 9 Bethel College W 110-54 Dec. 17 Lambuth College W 93-62 Dec. 21 at Arkansas State W 2OT 89-87 Dec. 29 at Boise State1 L 66-65 Dec. 30 vs. Texas Southern1 W 2OT 100-96 Jan. 6 UT Martin* L 78-74 Jan. 8 Murray State* W 64-63 Jan. 11 Middle Tennessee* L 78-68 Jan. 13 at Austin Peay* L 86-83 Jan. 15 at Tennessee L 65-53 Jan. 22 at Southeast Missouri* L OT 81-78 Jan. 27 Morehead State* W 85-72 Jan. 29 Eastern Kentucky* W 86-80 Feb. 1 Tennessee State* L 75-71 Feb. 3 at UT Martin* L 75-71 Feb. 8 Oral Roberts L 89-74 Feb. 12 Austin Peay* L 93-74 Feb. 15 at Middle Tennessee* W OT 77-71 Feb. 17 Southeast Missouri* W 102-69 Feb. 19 at Murray State* W 77-76 Feb. 21 at Tennessee State* L 74-65 Feb. 24 at Eastern Kentucky* L 87-83 Feb. 26 at Morehead State* W 88-78 Mar. 1 vs. Middle Tennessee2 W 89-69 Mar. 2 vs. Murray State2 L 85-71 1 Boise State Invitational (Boise, Idaho) 2 OVC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.)

1996-97

13-14 Overall • 9-7 OVC (4th) Nov. 25 Nov. 27 at Nov. 30 at Dec. 3 Dec. 10 Dec. 17 Dec. 21 Dec. 29 at Jan. 3 at Jan. 9 at Jan. 12 at Jan. 14 Jan. 16 Jan. 21 Jan. 23 Jan. 28 at Jan. 30 at Feb. 4 at Feb. 6 Feb. 9 Feb. 11 at Feb. 13 at Feb. 18

Feb. 20 Tennessee State* Feb. 25 at Eastern Kentucky* Feb. 27 at Morehead State* Mar. 2 vs. Austin Peay1 1 OVC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.)

15-13 Overall • 10-8 OVC (4th) Nov. 23 Nov. 25 Dec. 3 at Dec. 4 at Dec. 17 Dec. 21 at Dec. 28 vs. Dec. 29 vs. Jan. 4 at Jan. 6 at Jan. 9 Jan. 11 at Jan. 16 Jan. 18 Jan. 20 Jan. 23 Jan. 25 at Jan. 27 at Feb. 1 Feb. 3 Feb. 6 at Feb. 8 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 at Feb. 17 at

Head Coach: Frank Harrell Clinch Valley College W 109-56 Cumberland University W 92-52 Northwestern W 72-60 Tennessee W 73-62 Arkansas State L 79-69 Vanderbilt L 82-61 Air Force1 L 88-68 Cornell1 L 78-63 Morehead State* W 100-79 Eastern Kentucky* W 72-54 Austin Peay* L OT 75-73 Middle Tennessee* L 80-72 UT Martin* W 70-59 Eastern Illinois* L 77-66 Southeast Missouri* W 86-82 Tennessee State* L 59-57 UT Martin* W OT 64-62 Murray State* L 85-78 Eastern Kentucky* W 88-75 Morehead State* W 90-76 Tennessee State* L 99-59 Middle Tennessee* W 77-68 Murray State* W 89-62 Southeast Missouri* L 78-65 Eastern Illinois* W 85-68

Feb. 20 at Austin Peay* L 93-80 Feb. 25 vs. Eastern Illinois2 W 83-81 Feb. 28 vs. Austin Peay3 L 70-60 1 Montana State Invitational (Bozeman, Mont.) 2 OVC Tournament (Cookeville, Tenn.) 3 OVC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.)

1997-98

9-21 Overall • 5-13 OVC (8th)

Head Coach: Frank Harrell Nov. 15 Lambuth College W 84-72 Nov. 17 Clinch Valley College W 92-64 Nov. 26 at Mississippi State L 83-57 Nov. 29 at Jacksonville State W 82-74 Dec. 2 at Tennessee L 83-69 Dec. 6 Middle Tennessee* L 67-48 Dec. 15 Tennessee Temple L 74-67 Dec. 18 Jacksonville State L 83-72 Dec. 21 vs. Oral Roberts1 L 97-53 Dec. 22 vs. Furman1 W 62-58 Dec. 23 vs. Loyola Chicago1 L 74-64 Dec. 29 at Idaho State L 75-56 Jan. 3 UT Martin* L 82-69 Jan. 5 Murray State* L 95-72 Jan. 8 at Southeast Missouri* L 69-51 Jan. 10 at Eastern Illinois* L 76-59 Jan. 13 at Middle Tennessee* L 80-60 Jan. 15 Tennessee State* L 56-42 Jan. 17 Austin Peay* L 75-71 Jan. 22 at Morehead State* W 65-57 Jan. 24 at Eastern Kentucky* L 65-53 Jan. 29 at UT Martin* W 65-63 Jan. 31 at Murray State* L 109-70 Feb. 5 Southeast Missouri* W 77-57 Feb. 7 Eastern Illinois* L 83-66 Feb. 12 at Tennessee State* W 76-74 Feb. 14 at Austin Peay* L 84-58 Feb. 19 Morehead State* W 77-72 Feb. 21 Eastern Kentucky* L 84-75 Feb. 24 at Murray State2 3 L 84-63 1 San Juan Shootout (San Juan, Puerto Rico) 2 OVC Tournament (Murray, Ky.) 3 Final game at Racer Arena

1998-99

12-15 Overall • 8-10 OVC (8th) Nov. 14 Nov. 19 at Nov. 24 at Nov. 28 at Dec. 5 at Dec. 16 at Dec. 19 Dec. 21 Dec. 29 Jan. 2 at Jan. 4 at Jan. 7 Jan. 9 Jan. 12 Jan. 14 at Jan. 16 at Jan. 21 Jan. 23 Jan. 28 Jan. 30 Feb. 4 at

Head Coach: Jeff Lebo Belmont Alabama Ohio State UNC-Asheville Middle Tennessee* Evansville Montreat College Bryan College Idaho State Murray State* UT Martin* Eastern Illinois* Southeast Missouri* Middle Tennessee* Austin Peay* Tennessee State* Eastern Kentucky* Morehead State* Murray State* UT Martin* Eastern Illinois*

W 63-62 L 79-53 L 78-51 L 88-74 L 67-56 L 96-56 W 87-54 W 93-68 W 68-54 L 75-53 W 56-46 L 68-63 L 64-51 W OT 75-69 L 68-58 L 74-64 W 70-42 W 82-66 L 78-62 W 75-59 L 74-70

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Feb. 6 at Southeast Missouri* Feb. 11 Austin Peay* Feb. 13 Tennessee State* Feb. 18 at Eastern Kentucky* Feb. 20 at Morehead State* Feb. 23 at Murray State1 1 OVC Tournament (Murray, Ky.)

W 68-62 W 75-63 L 68-67 W 89-78 L 78-74 L 96-61

1999-2000

16-12 Overall • 11-7 OVC (5th)

Head Coach: Jeff Lebo Nov. 20 at Georgia Southern L 83-81 Nov. 22 at Alabama L 91-72 Nov. 27 UNC-Asheville W 85-51 Dec. 2 Southeast Missouri* L 84-79 Dec. 4 Eastern Illinois* W 107-97 Dec. 6 Georgia Southern W 111-79 Dec. 12 at North Carolina L 85-59 Dec. 20 Asbury College W 108-66 Dec. 28 vs. Charleston Southern1 W 93-66 Dec. 29 at College of Charleston1 L 69-56 Jan. 6 at Morehead State* L 88-76 Jan. 8 at Eastern Kentucky* W 75-74 Jan. 11 Toccoa Falls College W 131-57 Jan. 15 Middle Tennessee* W 78-66 Jan. 18 at Southeast Missouri* L 61-50 Jan. 20 Tennessee State* W 88-70 Jan. 22 Austin Peay* W 75-64 Jan. 27 at UT Martin* W 82-74 Jan. 29 at Murray State* L 75-74 Feb. 3 Morehead State* W 90-83 Feb. 5 Eastern Kentucky* W 91-66 Feb. 8 at Eastern Illinois* L 73-64 Feb. 12 at Middle Tennessee* L 4OT 108-104 Feb. 17 at Tennessee State* W 77-66 Feb. 19 at Austin Peay* W 59-56 Feb. 24 UT Martin* W 81-65 Feb. 26 Murray State* L 64-63 Feb. 29 Middle Tennessee2 L 87-70 1 State Farm Classic (Charleston, S.C.) 2 OVC Tournament (Cookeville, Tenn.)

2000-01

20-9 Overall • 13-3 OVC (1st) Nov. 17 at Nov. 20 at Nov. 25 at Nov. 27 at Dec. 2 Dec. 5 at Dec. 9 at Dec. 17 at Dec. 20 Jan. 4 Jan. 6 Jan. 11 Jan. 16 Jan. 18 at Jan. 20 at Jan. 25 Jan. 27 Jan. 30 Feb. 1 at Feb. 3 at Feb. 6 Feb. 8 Feb. 12 at

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Head Coach: Jeff Lebo South Carolina South Carolina State Chattanooga Loyola Chicago Eastern Michigan Iowa State Southeast Missouri* Notre Dame Asbury College Eastern Kentucky* Morehead State* Chattanooga Eastern Illinois* Austin Peay* Tennessee State* Murray State* UT Martin* Covenant College Morehead State* Eastern Kentucky* Southeast Missouri* Reinhardt College Eastern Illinois*

W 73-67 L 72-52 L 74-64 L 76-73 W 86-70 L 89-74 W 70-68 L 82-68 W 110-52 W 109-85 W 86-71 W 70-60 W 86-78 W 86-74 L 90-86 W 85-80 W 92-84 W 111-75 L 74-67 W 69-63 W 79-69 W 92-46 L 80-71

Feb. 15 Austin Peay* Feb. 17 Tennessee State* Feb. 22 at Murray State* Feb. 24 at UT Martin* Mar. 2 vs. UT Martin1 Mar. 3 vs. Austin Peay2 1 OVC Tournament (Cookeville, Tenn.) 2 OVC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.)

W 64-62 W 81-72 W 94-71 W 66-59 W 69-58 L 83-63

2001-02

27-7 Overall • 15-1 OVC (1st)

Head Coach: Jeff Lebo Nov. 16 at Tennessee L 72-63 Nov. 20 South Carolina State W 79-65 Nov. 24 Bluefield College W 87-49 Nov. 27 Loyola Chicago W 87-76 Dec. 1 at Eastern Michigan W 86-79 Dec. 4 Reinhardt College W 109-49 Dec. 8 at New Mexico L 87-80 Dec. 17 at Louisville L 70-66 Dec. 21 at North Texas L 89-83 Dec. 29 at Air Force W 64-44 Jan. 3 at Eastern Kentucky* W 90-61 Jan. 5 at Morehead State* W 81-78 Jan. 10 Murray State* W 78-59 Jan. 12 King College W 92-57 Jan. 17 at Austin Peay* W 74-67 Jan. 21 UT Martin* W 83-75 Jan. 24 at Southeast Missouri* W 75-62 Jan. 26 at Tennessee State* W 77-68 Jan. 31 Eastern Illinois* W 97-92 Feb. 2 Southeast Missouri* W 82-67 Feb. 4 Eastern Kentucky* W 71-48 Feb. 7 at Murray State* L 75-56 Feb. 9 at UT Martin* W 75-68 Feb. 12 Morehead State* W 75-68 Feb. 16 Austin Peay* W 2OT 86-84 Feb. 18 Tennessee State* W 81-66 Feb. 23 at Eastern Illinois* W 85-68 Feb. 26 vs. Southeast Missouri1 W 73-56 Mar. 1 vs. Austin Peay2 W 86-77 Mar. 2 vs. Murray State2 L 70-69 Mar. 13 vs. Georgia State3 W 64-62 Mar. 15 at Dayton4 W 68-59 Mar. 19 at Yale5 W 80-61 Mar. 23 at Memphis6 L 79-73 1 OVC Tournament (Cookeville, Tenn.) 2 OVC Tournament (Louisville, Ky.) 3 NIT Opening Round (Cookeville, Tenn.) 4 NIT First Round (Dayton, Ohio) 5 NIT Second Round (New Haven, Conn.) 6 NIT Quarterfinals (Memphis, Tenn.)

2002-03

20-12 Overall • 11-5 OVC (3rd) Nov. 23 at Nov. 25 Nov. 27 Dec. 1 Dec. 4 at Dec. 7 at Dec. 14 at Dec. 17 at Dec. 21 Dec. 27 vs. Dec. 29 at Dec. 30 vs.

Head Coach: Mike Sutton Cincinnati Milligan College Cumberland University Air Force Middle Tennessee Ohio State Creighton Idaho State North Texas Alcorn State1 Hawaii1 Western Kentucky1

L 72-63 W 99-67 W 85-57 W 60-47 W 70-66 L 71-64 L 101-72 L 84-72 W 75-60 W 62-50 L 74-61 L 74-51

Jan. 4 Morehead State* L 72-70 Jan. 6 Bryan College W 104-48 Jan. 9 at Murray State* L 64-52 Jan. 14 Eastern Kentucky* W 93-76 Jan. 16 Austin Peay* W 66-47 Jan. 20 at UT Martin* W 82-77 Jan. 25 Tennessee State* W 91-65 Jan. 30 at Eastern Illinois* W 69-61 Feb. 1 at Southeast Missouri* L 75-71 Feb. 6 Murray State* W 91-83 Feb. 8 UT Martin* W 87-77 Feb. 11 at Morehead State* L 97-89 Feb. 15 at Austin Peay* L 58-54 Feb. 17 at Eastern Kentucky* W OT 76-68 Feb. 22 at Tennessee State* W 101-72 Feb. 27 Southeast Missouri* W 89-73 Mar. 1 Eastern Illinois* W 97-84 Mar. 4 vs. UT Martin2 W 76-62 Mar. 7 vs. Morehead State3 W 88-71 Mar. 8 vs. Austin Peay3 L 63-57 1 Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic (Manoa, Hawaii) 2 OVC Tournament (Cookeville, Tenn.) 3 OVC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.)

2003-04

13-15 Overall • 7-9 OVC (6th)

Head Coach: Mike Sutton Nov. 22 Virginia Intermont W 96-76 Nov. 24 Virginia-Wise W 90-47 Nov. 28 at Kentucky L 108-81 Dec. 2 Idaho State W 87-62 Dec. 6 Middle Tennessee W 87-36 Dec. 13 at Vanderbilt L 98-79 Dec. 17 East Tennessee State L 77-70 Dec. 20 Appalachian State W 86-78 Dec. 22 at Tennessee L 79-67 Dec. 29 at Jacksonville L 71-67 Jan. 3 Bluefield College W 102-63 Jan. 8 at Eastern Illinois* L 83-70 Jan. 10 at Southeast Missouri* W 71-69 Jan. 15 at Morehead State* L 73-58 Jan. 17 at Eastern Kentucky* L 70-68 Jan. 22 Southeast Missouri* W 74-73 Jan. 24 Eastern Illinois* W 84-67 Jan. 27 Austin Peay* L 58-56 Jan. 31 at Tennessee State* W 77-76 Feb. 5 Samford* W 2OT 90-83 Feb. 7 Jacksonville State* W 101-86 Feb. 12 Murray State* L 90-78 Feb. 14 UT Martin* W 64-61 Feb. 19 at Jacksonville State* L 80-59 Feb. 21 at Samford* L 74-69 Feb. 24 at Austin Peay* L 88-64 Feb. 28 Morehead State* L 90-86 Mar. 2 at Murray State1 L 92-75 1 OVC Tournament (Murray, Ky.)

2004-05

18-11 Overall • 12-4 OVC (1st) Nov. 19 at Nov. 23 Nov. 27 at Nov. 30 at Dec. 6 Dec. 8 Dec. 10 at Dec. 19

Head Coach: Mike Sutton Ole Miss Virginia Intermont Appalachian State Kentucky Asbury College Bryan College East Tennessee State Jacksonville

L 91-68 W 102-62 L 98-87 L 92-63 W 93-69 W 79-45 L 65-54 W 92-74

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Dec. 23 at Miami L 69-57 Dec. 29 vs. St. Peter’s1 L 65-62 Dec. 30 vs. Harvard1 W OT 98-93 Jan. 6 Eastern Illinois* W 86-72 Jan. 8 Southeast Missouri* W 63-61 Jan. 13 Morehead State* W 63-40 Jan. 15 Eastern Kentucky* W 78-64 Jan. 20 at Southeast Missouri* W OT 82-81 Jan. 22 at Eastern Illinois* W 81-68 Jan. 25 at Austin Peay* L OT 79-77 Jan. 29 Tennessee State* W 71-50 Feb. 3 at Samford* L 64-57 Feb. 5 at Jacksonville State* L 2OT 88-87 Feb. 10 at Murray State* W 72-68 Feb. 12 at UT Martin* L 59-56 Feb. 17 Jacksonville State* W 71-56 Feb. 19 Samford* W 70-62 Feb. 22 Austin Peay* W 74-59 Feb. 26 at Morehead State* W 74-67 Mar. 1 vs. Eastern Illinois2 W 72-68 Mar. 4 vs. Austin Peay3 L 67-61 1 Saturn Shootout (Charleston, S.C.) 2 OVC Tournament (Cookeville, Tenn.) 3 OVC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.)

2005-06

19-12 Overall • 13-7 OVC (3rd)

Head Coach: Mike Sutton Nov. 18 at Dayton Nov. 19 Brevard College Nov. 20 Oregon State Nov. 22 Bluefield College Nov. 28 Milwaukee Dec. 1 Austin Peay* Dec. 8 at Eastern Illinois* Dec. 10 at Southeast Missouri* Dec. 17 vs. Cincinnati1 Dec. 22 vs. Florida A&M1 Dec. 28 at Michigan State Jan. 2 Samford* Jan. 5 at Eastern Kentucky* Jan. 7 Morehead State* Jan. 12 at Jacksonville State* Jan. 14 at Samford* Jan. 16 at Austin Peay* Jan. 19 Eastern lllinois* Jan. 21 Southeast Missouri* Jan. 26 at Murray State* Jan. 28 Tennessee State* Jan. 30 at Morehead State* Feb. 2 at UT Martin* Feb. 4 Eastern Kentucky* Feb. 6 at Tennessee State* Feb. 9 Jacksonville State* Feb. 16 UT Martin* Feb. 18 at Bradley2 Feb. 23 Murray State* Feb. 28 vs. Austin Peay3 Mar. 3 vs. Samford4 1 Las Vegas Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) 2 ESPN BracketBusters 3 OVC Tournament (Cookeville, Tenn.) 4 OVC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.)

L 81-60 W 85-41 W 90-62 W 117-85 W 72-67 W 78-61 W OT 83-80 W 79-65 L 105-62 W 66-65 L 80-63 L 68-43 L 93-75 W 61-52 W 79-67 W OT 88-85 W 79-75 W 75-60 W 87-76 L 55-51 L 72-63 W 69-66 L 88-78 W 78-58 L 70-65 L 74-68 W 74-72 L 77-62 W 70-66 W 78-74 L 73-66

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2006-07

19-13 Overall • 13-7 OVC (3rd)

Head Coach: Mike Sutton Nov. 13 Bluefield College W 110-69 Nov. 18 at Kansas State L 101-79 Nov. 22 at Ole Miss L 86-77 Nov. 26 at Milwaukee W 78-69 Nov. 29 Bradley W 86-84 Dec. 2 at Austin Peay* L 77-70 Dec. 7 Eastern Illinois* L 74-69 Dec. 9 Southeast Missouri* W 91-76 Dec. 19 vs. Northwestern1 W 66-65 Dec. 20 vs. Vanderbilt1 L 75-62 Dec. 21 vs. UCF1 L 73-66 Dec. 28 at Tennessee L 101-77 Jan. 2 at Samford* L 68-65 Jan. 4 Eastern Kentucky* W 75-53 Jan. 6 at Morehead State* L 82-71 Jan. 11 Jacksonville State* W 75-71 Jan. 14 Samford* W 73-59 Jan. 18 at Eastern Illinois* W 76-64 Jan. 20 at Southeast Missouri* W 87-80 Jan. 23 Murray State* W 63-52 Jan. 27 at Tennessee State* W 73-67 Jan. 29 Morehead State* W 65-52 Feb. 1 UT Martin* W 82-74 Feb. 3 at Eastern Kentucky* L 2OT 92-90 Feb. 8 at Jacksonville State* L 72-71 Feb. 10 Tennessee State* W 86-66 Feb. 12 at UT Martin* W 65-61 Feb. 17 vs. Northwestern State2 W OT 85-84 Feb. 20 Austin Peay* W 73-72 Feb. 22 at Murray State* L 60-56 Feb. 27 vs. Southeast Missouri3 W 88-60 Mar. 2 vs. Eastern Kentucky4 L 57-54 1 San Juan Shootout, (San Juan, Puerto Rico) 2 ESPN BracketBusters 3 OVC Tournament (Cookeville, Tenn.) 4 OVC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.)

2007-08

13-19 Overall • 10-10 OVC (7th) Nov. 9 at Nov. 11 at Nov. 13 Nov. 19 Nov. 21 at Nov. 24 at Nov. 27 Dec. 1 Dec. 6 at Dec. 8 at Dec. 16 at Dec. 22 at Dec. 27 at Jan. 3 Jan. 5 at Jan. 7 Jan. 10 at Jan. 12 at Jan. 17 Jan. 19 Jan. 24 at Jan. 26 Jan. 29 at Jan. 31 at Feb. 2

Head Coach: Mike Sutton Rutgers Florida Union (Ky.) College North Dakota State North Carolina Central Northwestern State Bluefield College Austin Peay* Eastern Illinois* Southeast Missouri* Oregon State Kentucky Georgia Tech Samford* Eastern Kentucky* Morehead State* Jacksonville State* Samford* Eastern Illinois* Southeast Missouri* Murray State* Tennessee State* Morehead State* UT Martin* Eastern Kentucky*

L 70-64 L 93-65 W 97-54 L 90-72 L 73-70 L 83-81 W 117-88 L 79-76 W 72-53 L 84-74 W 79-62 L 69-47 L 83-63 L 62-59 W 75-64 W 73-55 L 79-74 W 57-47 W 74-57 W 93-76 L 81-67 L 73-72 L 80-68 W 100-95 L 87-77

Feb. 7 Jacksonville State* W OT 87-85 Feb. 9 at Tennessee State* W 78-75 Feb. 14 UT Martin* L 82-79 Feb. 16 at Austin Peay* L 80-76 Feb. 23 at East Tennessee State1 L 88-80 Feb. 28 Murray State* W 71-66 Mar. 5 at Murray State2 L 77-74 1 ESPN BracketBusters 2 OVC Tournament (Murray, Ky.)

2008-09

12-18 Overall • 6-12 OVC (8th)

Head Coach: Mike Sutton Nov. 15 Bryan College W 76-48 Nov. 18 at Lipscomb W 83-72 Nov. 22 Southern Utah W 69-68 Nov. 24 East Tennessee State L 78-65 Nov. 29 ULM W 108-70 Dec. 1 Lipscomb W 78-71 Dec. 6 Jacksonville State* L 82-66 Dec. 14 Union (Ky.) College W 87-40 Dec. 16 at Florida State L 69-59 Dec. 20 at Vanderbilt L 83-63 Dec. 29 at ULM L 85-78 Jan. 3 Southeast Missouri* W 103-76 Jan. 5 Eastern Illinois* W 67-60 Jan. 8 at Morehead State* L 64-62 Jan. 10 at Eastern Kentucky* L 85-80 Jan. 15 UT Martin* L 83-72 Jan. 17 Murray State* W 61-55 Jan. 22 at Austin Peay* L 87-71 Jan. 24 at Tennessee State* W 86-78 Jan. 29 at Eastern Illinois* L 75-58 Jan. 31 at Southeast Missouri* W 91-75 Feb. 6 Eastern Kentucky* L 80-73 Feb. 7 Morehead State* L 72-64 Feb. 9 Austin Peay* L 86-80 Feb. 12 at Murray State* L 73-52 Feb. 14 at UT Martin* L 72-62 Feb. 19 Tennessee State* L 77-74 Feb. 21 at Ball State1 L 59-55 Feb. 28 at Jacksonville State* W 91-74 Mar. 3 at UT Martin2 L 93-75 1 ESPN BracketBusters 2 OVC Tournament (Martin, Tenn.)

2009-10

15-17 Overall • 8-10 OVC (6th) Nov. 13 at Nov. 16 at Nov. 19 at Nov. 20 at Nov. 23 Nov. 25 at Nov. 27 at Dec. 1 Dec. 5 at Dec. 12 Dec. 19 Dec. 30 Jan. 2 at Jan. 4 at Jan. 7 Jan. 9 Jan. 14 at Jan. 16 at Jan. 21

Head Coach: Mike Sutton Minnesota Central Arkansas1 Lipscomb Memphis1 Oakland1 Southern Utah Kansas1 Evansville Jacksonville State* Ball State Bryan College Union (Ky.) College Southeast Missouri* Eastern Illinois* Morehead State* Eastern Kentucky* UT Martin* Murray State* Austin Peay*

L 87-50 W 71-67 W 92-89 L 92-59 L 77-56 W 72-65 L 112-75 L 2OT 91-90 L 83-72 W OT 86-81 W 97-44 W 95-46 W 82-73 L 97-93 L 77-64 L 78-73 W 76-63 L 88-66 W 94-90

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Jan. 23 Tennessee State* W 61-56 Jan. 28 Eastern Illinois* W 75-65 Jan. 30 Southeast Missouri* W 82-68 Feb. 4 at Eastern Kentucky* L 76-58 Feb. 6 at Morehead State* L 84-75 Feb. 11 Murray State* L 94-62 Feb. 13 UT Martin* W 70-61 Feb. 15 at Tennessee State* L 2OT 109-102 Feb. 18 at Austin Peay* L OT 77-72 Feb. 20 at Appalachian State2 L 81-68 Feb. 27 Jacksonville State* W 72-62 Mar. 2 at Austin Peay3 W 68-65 Mar. 5 vs. Morehead State4 L 76-47 1 Hall of Fame Showcase 2 ESPN BracketBusters 3 OVC Tournament (Clarksville, Tenn.) 4 OVC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.)

2010-11

20-13 Overall • 12-6 OVC (4th)

Head Coach: Mike Sutton Nov. 12 at N.C. State L 82-69 Nov. 20 at East Tennessee State L 73-60 Nov. 28 at Michigan State L 73-55 Dec. 1 SIUE W 78-65 Dec. 4 at Jacksonville State* W 64-62 Dec. 8 High Point L 80-69 Dec. 11 Lipscomb L 98-94 Dec. 16 Hiwassee College W 113-42 Dec. 19 Eastern Illinois* W 65-64 Dec. 21 Southeast Missouri* L 77-75 Dec. 30 Crowley’s Ridge College W 106-44 Jan. 2 Bluefield College W 74-56 Jan. 6 at Morehead State* L 76-64 Jan. 8 at Eastern Kentucky* W 78-66 Jan. 13 UT Martin* W 3OT 109-105 Jan. 15 Murray State* L 92-85 Jan. 20 at Austin Peay* W 71-68 Jan. 22 at Tennessee State* L 71-65 Jan. 27 at Eastern Illinois* W 77-74 Jan. 29 at Southeast Missouri* W 93-86 Feb. 3 Eastern Kentucky* W 63-54 Feb. 5 Morehead State* L 76-60 Feb. 7 Austin Peay* W 70-64 Feb. 10 at Murray State* L 55-44 Feb. 12 at UT Martin* W 85-71 Feb. 14 Tennessee State* W 61-59 Feb. 19 vs. Gardner-Webb1 W 60-58 Feb. 22 at SIUE W 92-69 Feb. 26 Jacksonville State* W 77-75 Mar. 3 vs. UT Martin2 W 83-59 Mar. 4 vs. Murray State2 W 64-59 Mar. 5 vs. Morehead State2 L 80-73 Mar. 16 at Western Michigan3 L 74-66 1 ESPN BracketBusters 2 OVC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.) 3 CIT First Round (Kalamazoo, Mich.)

2011-12

19-14 Overall • 9-7 OVC (4th) Nov. 11 at Nov. 15 Nov. 19 Nov. 22 at Nov. 25 Nov. 27 Dec. 3 at

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Head Coach: Steve Payne Miami L Reinhardt College W Appalachian State L High Point W Lamar L Wilberforce W Duquesne L

69-58 94-64 68-63 62-57 85-65 84-83 77-67

Dec. 7 East Tennessee State Dec. 10 Lipscomb Dec. 17 at Evansville Dec. 19 at West Virginia Dec. 22 vs. Kennesaw State1 Dec. 23 vs. Bethune-Cookman1 Dec. 29 at SIUE* Dec. 31 at UT Martin* Jan. 5 Tennessee State* Jan. 7 Morehead State* Jan. 14 at Murray State* Jan. 19 Jacksonville State* Jan. 21 Southeast Missouri* Jan. 26 at Eastern Kentucky* Jan. 28 at Morehead State* Jan. 30 SIUE* Feb. 2 at Austin Peay* Feb. 4 at Jacksonville State* Feb. 9 Eastern Illinois* Feb. 11 at Tennessee State* Feb. 15 Eastern Kentucky* Feb. 18 at Coastal Carolina2 Feb. 25 Murray State* Mar. 1 vs. Southeast Missouri3 Mar. 2 vs. Murray State3 Mar. 13 at Georgia State4 1 Las Vegas Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) 2 ESPN BracketBusters 3 OVC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.) 4 CIT First Round (Atlanta, Ga.)

W 83-74 W OT 89-87 W 72-70 L 72-53 W 81-68 W 67-59 L 83-68 W 85-62 W 92-86 W 66-55 L 82-74 L 63-62 W 77-62 W 82-65 L 56-50 W 98-80 W 94-88 W 76-68 L 74-57 L 68-53 W 74-67 W 77-71 L 69-64 W 77-73 L 78-58 L 74-43

2012-13

12-17 Overall • 5-11 OVC (6th East)

Head Coach: Steve Payne Nov. 11 Crowley’s Ridge College Nov. 15 Coastal Carolina Nov. 17 at East Tennessee State Nov. 20 Evansville Nov. 28 at Loyola Chicago Nov. 30 at Lipscomb Dec. 3 Berea (Ky.) College Dec. 6 Green Bay Dec. 8 at Gardner-Webb Dec. 15 at Milwaukee Dec. 18 at Auburn Dec. 22 at Oklahoma State Dec. 29 at Jacksonville State* Jan. 3 Tennessee State * Jan. 5 Belmont* Jan. 10 at Eastern Illinois* Jan. 12 at SIUE* Jan. 19 at Southeast Missouri* Jan. 24 Murray State* Jan. 26 Austin Peay* Jan. 31 at Tennessee State* Feb. 2 at Belmont* Feb. 9 Jacksonville State* Feb. 14 at Eastern Kentucky* Feb. 16 at Morehead State* Feb. 21 UT Martin* Feb. 23 vs. UMKC1 Feb. 28 Eastern Kentucky* Mar. 2 Morehead State* 1 ESPN BracketBusters

W 107-32 W 71-69 W 65-62 L 62-50 L 81-78 L 80-64 W 69-45 W 74-68 L 61-41 W 69-58 L 81-62 L 78-42 L 83-62 L 72-66 L 83-52 W 77-73 L 58-54 L 74-62 L 47-39 W 70-52 L 84-65 L 74-52 W 78-64 L 80-69 L 65-63 W 83-68 W 68-62 L 69-54 W 72-66

2013-14

17-16 Overall • 9-7 OVC (4th East)

Head Coach: Steve Payne Nov. 9 at USF L 72-62 Nov. 12 Loyola Chicago W 74-69 Nov. 15 vs. Texas-Pan American1 L 81-78 Nov. 16 at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi1 W 62-60 Nov. 17 vs. IPFW1 L 69-66 Nov. 21 Indiana-Kokomo W 92-39 Nov. 23 Milwaukee L 70-63 Nov. 27 East Tennessee State W 98-83 Nov. 30 Utah Valley W 74-71 Dec. 5 at Lipscomb L 87-79 Dec. 7 at Tennessee L 84-63 Dec. 15 at Lamar W 79-74 Dec. 17 at Green Bay L 76-49 Dec. 19 Hillsdale (Okla.) College W 112-56 Dec. 28 at Utah Valley L 75-66 Jan. 2 at Tennessee State* W 57-53 Jan. 4 at Belmont* L 64-62 Jan. 9 Eastern Illinois* W 81-69 Jan. 11 SIUE* W 64-63 Jan. 18 Southeast Missouri* L 83-74 Jan. 23 at Murray State* L 92-53 Jan. 25 at Austin Peay* L 83-69 Jan. 30 Tennessee State* L 81-68 Feb. 1 Belmont* W 81-76 Feb. 8 at Jacksonville State* W 72-60 Feb. 13 Eastern Kentucky* W 72-66 Feb. 15 Morehead State* L 79-53 Feb. 20 at UT Martin* W 91-83 Feb. 22 Jacksonville State* W 69-57 Feb. 27 at Eastern Kentucky* L 74-67 Mar. 1 at Morehead State* W 91-84 Mar. 5 vs. SIUE2 W 74-67 Mar. 6 vs. Morehead State2 L 76-61 1 Holiday Inn Downtown Marina Islanders Tournament (Corpus Christi, Texas) 2 OVC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.)

2014-15

12-18 Overall • 4-12 OVC (5th East) Nov. 14 Nov. 17 at Nov. 22 Nov. 24 vs. Nov. 26 at Nov. 30 at Dec. 3 Dec. 7 Dec. 13 at Dec. 15 at Dec. 19 at Dec. 22 at Dec. 29 Jan. 1 at Jan. 3 at Jan. 8 Jan. 10 Jan. 15 Jan. 17 at Jan. 22 Jan. 24 Jan. 29 at Jan. 31 at Feb. 7 Feb. 12

Head Coach: Steve Payne Piedmont International W 83-29 USC L 70-58 Chattanooga W 69-67 Southeastern Louisiana1 W 81-62 Southeastern Louisiana2 L 86-68 Tulane3 L 73-68 Lipscomb W 84-79 Hiwassee College W 87-48 Alabama L 65-53 North Florida W 82-80 Tennessee L 61-58 UMKC W 81-60 North Florida W 87-84 Eastern Illinois* L 61-59 SIUE* L 85-62 Murray State* L 83-67 Austin Peay* W 72-56 UT Martin* L 63-60 Southeast Missouri* L 65-61 Morehead State* L 78-74 Eastern Kentucky* W OT 83-81 Tennessee State* L 64-56 Belmont* L 71-53 Jacksonville State* W 72-59 Tennessee State* W 71-52

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Feb. 14 at Jacksonville State* L 82-68 Feb. 16 at East Tennessee State L 87-79 Feb. 21 Belmont* L 88-82 Feb. 26 at Morehead State* L 86-73 Feb. 28 at Eastern Kentucky* L 70-67 1 Tulane Green Wave Tournament (Cookeville, Tenn.) 2 Tulane Green Wave Tournament (Hammond, La.) 3 Tulane Green Wave Tournament (New Orleans, La.)

2015-16

19-12 Overall • 11-5 OVC (T-2nd East)

Head Coach: Steve Payne Nov. 14 Piedmont College Nov. 16 at Air Force1 Nov. 18 at New Mexico State2 Nov. 24 Jackson State Nov. 27 Robert Morris3 Nov. 28 UC Clermont Nov. 29 Mississippi Valley State3 Dec. 2 East Tennessee State Dec. 5 at Lipscomb Dec. 12 at Arkansas Dec. 15 at Chattanooga Dec. 18 Miami (Ohio) Dec. 22 at Iowa Dec. 31 Eastern Illinois* Jan. 2 SIUE* Jan. 7 at Murray State* Jan. 9 at Austin Peay* Jan. 13 at UT Martin* Jan. 16 Southeast Missouri* Jan. 21 at Morehead State* Jan. 23 at Eastern Kentucky* Jan. 28 Tennessee State* Jan. 30 Belmont* Feb. 6 at Jacksonville State* Feb. 10 at Tennessee State* Feb. 13 Jacksonville State* Feb. 20 at Belmont* Feb. 25 Morehead State* Feb. 27 Eastern Kentucky* Mar. 2 vs. Austin Peay4 Mar. 28 vs. Old Dominion5 1 Air Force Classic (USAF Academy, Colo.) 2 Air Force Classic (Las Cruces, N.M.) 3 Air Force Classic (Cookeville, Tenn.) 4 OVC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.) 5 Vegas 16 Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.)

W 110-72 L 80-70 L 76-63 W OT 86-82 W 85-72 W 91-66 W 101-64 W 63-61 W 81-78 L 83-57 L 80-69 W 77-64 L 85-63 W 94-84 W 86-63 W 71-65 W 72-66 L 96-90 W 91-55 L 81-74 W 89-83 W 81-79 W 89-79 W 68-58 L 85-55 W 72-70 L 95-86 L 69-59 W 92-82 L 92-72 L 75-59

Jan. 5 Austin Peay* W 76-67 Jan. 7 Murray State* W 71-67 Jan. 10 at Southeast Missouri* L 83-78 Jan. 14 Jacksonville State* L 74-59 Jan. 19 at Tennessee State* W OT 80-74 Jan. 21 at Belmont* L 82-70 Jan. 26 Morehead State* W 76-73 Jan. 28 Eastern Kentucky* L 79-66 Feb. 1 UT Martin* L 75-46 Feb. 4 at Eastern Illinois* W 87-68 Feb. 9 Tennessee State* L 72-59 Feb. 11 Belmont* W 83-70 Feb. 18 at Jacksonville State* W OT 79-78 Feb. 23 at Morehead State* L 73-68 Feb. 25 at Eastern Kentucky* L 75-71 Mar. 1 vs. Murray State5 L 2OT 85-84 1 Global Sports Shootout (Atlanta, Ga.) 2 Global Sports Shootout (Cookeville, Tenn.) 3 Global Sports Shootout (Baton Rouge, La.) 4 Global Sports Shootout (Athens, Ohio) 5 OVC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.)

2016-17

12-20 Overall • 8-8 OVC (T-4th East) Nov. 11 at Nov. 14 Nov. 17 Nov. 20 Nov. 22 at Nov. 25 at Nov. 28 Dec. 1 at Dec. 3 at Dec. 4 Dec. 10 at Dec. 13 at Dec. 17 Dec. 19 Dec. 22 at Dec. 31 at

Head Coach: Steve Payne Georgia Tech1 Central Michigan Alabama A&M Sam Houston State2 Southern3 Ohio4 Hiwassee College Lipscomb Alabama A&M Crowley's Ridge Michigan State Tennessee Lipscomb Furman Miami (Ohio) SIUE*

L 70-55 L 86-74 W 95-61 L 78-71 L 80-68 L 68-57 W 80-47 L 104-85 W 79-74 W 98-51 L 71-63 L 74-68 L 81-79 L 68-62 L 66-58 W 72-66

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OVC CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS 1955-56 OVC Regular Season Champions 14-7 Overall • 7-3 OVC (T-1st) Head Coach: John Oldham

From left: Marvin Reed, Kenny Sidwell, Carl Hensley, Don Sexton, Henry McCarley, Bill Klein, Herbie Merritt, Bruce Harris, Bill Huffstettler, Bobby Wall, Tom Thurman, Charles Boan, Noble Patton. Name G FG FGA Pct. FT FTA Pct. Reb. PF Pts. Avg. Herbie Merritt 21 153 371 .412 88 145 .607 268 47 394 18.8 Kenny Sidwell 21 125 320 .390 143 177 .801 43 50 393 18.7 Bruce Harris 20 113 247 .458 77 114 .675 196 52 303 15.2 Bobby Wall 21 76 195 .390 58 89 .652 154 52 210 10.0 Noble Patton 19 55 158 .348 56 78 .718 93 46 166 8.7 Don Sexton 21 41 115 .357 31 49 .633 111 45 113 5.4 Jimmy Godwin 12 8 23 .348 20 32 .625 9 13 36 3.0 Tommy Thurman 12 6 37 .162 10 15 .667 22 12 22 1.8 Marvin Reed 13 6 21 .286 8 15 .533 14 11 20 1.5 Charles Boardman 16 5 14 .357 10 16 .625 17 17 20 1.3 Henry McCarley 3 0 2 .000 0 1 .000 3 2 0 0.0 Bill Klein 2 0 2 .000 0 2 .000 1 1 0 0.0 Bill Huffstetler 1 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 0 0.0 Team 45 Tech 21 588 1,505 .391 501 733 .684 978 348 1,677 79.9 Opponent 21 603 1,603 .375 420 659 .637 978 427 1,626 77.5

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OVC CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS 1957-58 OVC Regular Season Champions 17-9 Overall • 8-2 OVC (1st) Head Coach: John Oldham

From left: Allen Herron, Kenny Sidwell, Charles Boardman, Don Sexton, Warren Gilley, Ralph Shearer, Hearon Puckett, Jimmy Hagan, Herbie Merritt, Larry McDonald, Ernest Burke, Dale Phelps, Denny Vaughn, Jerry Keller. Name G FG FGA Pct. FT FTA Pct. Reb. PF Pts. Avg. Kenny Sidwell 24 122 296 .412 100 118 .847 58 48 344 14.3 Herbie Merritt 24 146 369 .396 45 75 .600 312 65 337 14.0 Jimmy Hagan 26 110 270 .407 65 96 .677 275 73 285 11.0 Dale Phelps 25 105 286 .367 55 71 .775 127 56 265 10.2 Larry McDonald 26 96 250 .385 59 86 .686 195 53 251 9.6 Jerry Keller 21 53 118 .450 18 29 .621 41 24 124 5.9 Donald Sexton 16 29 73 .397 18 27 .667 78 25 76 4.8 Warren Gilley 19 32 94 .340 13 18 .722 46 15 77 4.1 Others 26 56 169 .331 54 97 .557 122 75 166 6.4 Team 122 Tech 26 749 1,925 .389 427 617 .692 1,376 434 1,925 74.0 Opponent 26 682 1,836 .371 430 619 .695 1,308 453 1,794 69.0

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OVC CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS 1962-63 OVC Regular Season Champions 16-8 Overall • 8-4 OVC (1st) Head Coach: John Oldham

Back row, from left: Tommy Bryant, John Hays, Ralph Underhill, Roy Davenport, Charles Wood, Frank Cardwell, Robert Nunnery, John Adams, Roy Wright, Tom Rychener, Bobby Young, Cleve Nichols, Donald Dickerson, Eddie Mason. Front row, from left: Head coach John Oldham, assistant coach Charles Pangle, manager Carl Baker, manager Larry Banks, statistician Ron Klein. Name G FG FGA Pct. FT FTA Pct. Reb. Avg. PF Pts. Avg. Eddie Mason 24 144 328 .439 83 98 .847 61 2.5 46 371 15.5 Tom Rychener 24 124 319 .389 111 150 .740 179 7.5 91 359 15.0 Frank Cardwell 24 131 361 .362 63 106 .594 226 9.4 72 325 13.5 Bob Young 24 120 374 .321 54 79 .684 246 10.3 62 294 12.3 John Adams 23 80 128 .625 55 90 .611 264 11.5 64 215 9.3 Roy Wright 20 35 88 .398 15 32 .469 77 3.9 48 85 4.3 Cleve Nichols 17 19 63 .302 9 13 .692 28 1.6 18 47 2.8 Landon Sexton 17 13 47 .277 7 12 .583 37 2.2 22 33 1.9 Roy Davenport 16 8 25 .320 4 11 .364 22 1.4 15 20 1.3 Ralph Underhill 9 3 11 .273 5 9 .556 7 0.8 5 11 1.2 Charles Wood 8 4 19 .211 2 5 .400 10 1.3 5 10 1.3 Don Dickerson 5 2 9 .222 5 7 .714 7 1.4 9 9 1.8 John Hays 6 3 6 .500 1 2 .500 8 1.3 7 7 1.2 Tom Bryant 4 2 8 .250 0 0 .000 2 0.5 13 4 1.0 Bob Nunnery 1 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 Team 137 5.7 Tech 24 688 1,786 .385 414 614 .674 1,311 54.6 477 1,790 74.6 Opponent 24 657 1,695 .388 442 631 .700 1,214 50.6 483 1,756 73.2

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OVC CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS 1967-68 OVC Tournament Champions 10-16 Overall • 4-10 OVC (7th) Head Coach: Kenny Sidwell

Back row, from left: Head coach Kenny Sidwell, Jim Sutton, J.W. Hagan, Ron Sutton, Bob Chapman, John Carmichael, assistant coach Connie Inman. Middle row, from left: Frank Bartleson, Ketchel Strauss, Art Bosnak, Bill Carvell, Larry Stooksbury. Front row, from left: Larry Maxwell, trainer Carl Baker, manager Ralph Bilbrey, statistician Randy Smith, Bill Bland. Name G FG FGA Pct. FT FTA Pct. Reb. Avg. PF Pts. Avg. Frank Bartleson 26 157 379 .414 45 70 .643 194 7.5 70 359 13.8 Ron Sutton 26 124 301 .411 56 79 .709 223 8.6 83 304 11.6 Bill Bland 21 137 285 .480 25 33 .757 46 2.2 32 299 14.2 Jim Sutton 21 82 219 .374 67 88 .761 101 4.8 66 231 11.0 Ketchel Strauss 26 68 187 .363 51 100 .510 177 6.8 93 187 7.1 Bob Chapman 15 29 85 .341 10 13 .769 18 1.2 20 68 4.5 Larry Maxwell 23 41 101 .405 19 39 .487 14 0.6 29 101 4.4 J.W. Hagan 25 55 159 .346 28 43 .650 119 4.7 52 138 5.5 John Carmichael 16 20 73 .274 30 44 .681 27 1.7 5 70 4.3 Art Bosnak 18 28 69 .405 15 20 .750 57 3.1 31 71 3.9 Larry Stooksbury 9 3 16 .188 6 12 .500 22 2.4 11 12 1.3 Bill Carvell 8 12 42 .307 12 23 .571 41 4.8 18 36 4.5 Team 196 7.5 Tech 26 756 1,916 .395 364 564 .645 1,039 40.0 510 1,876 72.1 Opponent 26 735 1,731 .424 507 743 .680 1,357 52.1 457 1,977 75.6

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OVC CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS 1984-85 OVC Regular Season Champions 19-9 Overall • 11-3 OVC (1st) Head Coach: Tom Deaton

Back row, from left: Jon Miller, Stephen Kite, Ricky Cantrell, Bret Krutsinger, Ed deHaas, James Henry, Joe Jones, Lonnie Boone, Keith Turner, manager Danny Knight. Front row, from left: Head coach Tom Deaton, assistant coach Steve Taylor, Bo Creech, Joe Mintz, Jimmy Elliott, Stacey Sturghill, Tim Vaughn, Carlton Clarington, trainer Keith Kennedy, associate coach Frank Harrell. Name G-GS FG FGA Pct. FT FTA Pct. Reb. Avg. PF A S BS Pts. Avg. Stephen Kite 28-28 188 342 .550 80 130 .615 213 7.6 83 53 50 10 456 16.3 Jimmy Elliott 22-21 108 191 .565 57 65 .877 34 1.5 41 49 20 1 273 12.4 Carlton Clarington 28-28 114 214 .533 99 121 .818 63 2.3 78 210 53 4 327 11.7 Lonnie Boone 28-28 133 248 .536 27 38 .711 111 4.0 44 44 28 3 293 10.5 Joe Mintz 28-7 62 124 .500 33 43 .767 64 2.3 48 31 15 3 157 5.6 Keith Turner 28-0 54 109 .495 21 32 .656 43 1.5 33 30 11 1 129 4.6 Jon Miller 28-0 42 78 .538 31 55 .564 85 3.0 41 15 8 7 115 4.1 Joe Jones 27-0 37 75 .493 31 49 .633 78 2.9 56 13 6 0 105 3.9 James Henry 28-28 32 89 .360 20 37 .541 92 3.3 53 7 8 12 84 3.0 Stacey Sturghill 27-0 14 31 .452 12 21 .571 15 0.6 19 27 4 0 40 1.5 Ricky Cantrell 17-0 11 24 .458 2 6 .333 25 1.5 21 2 1 0 24 1.4 Ed deHaas 12-0 5 11 .455 0 1 .000 15 1.3 18 0 1 1 10 0.8 Bo Creech 9-0 3 7 .429 0 1 .000 0 0.0 2 1 0 0 6 0.7 Tim Vaughn 6-0 1 4 .250 0 1 .000 0 0.0 0 1 1 0 2 0.3 Team 151 5.4 Tech 28 804 1,547 .520 413 600 .688 989 35.3 537 483 206 42 2,021 72.2 Opponent 28 758 1,576 .481 338 506 .668 927 33.1 576 380 198 68 1,854 66.2

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OVC CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS 2000-01 Regular Season Champions 20-9 Overall • 13-3 OVC (1st) Head Coach: Jeff Lebo

Back row, from left: DeAntoine Beasley, Damien Perkins, Damien Kinloch, Adonis Hart, Rusty Strange, Jason Harrell, Joey St a t i st i cs Su m m a r y f o r 2 0 0 0 - 0 1 Westmoreland, Ahmad Richardson. Middle row, from left: Manager Randall Malone, trainer Bryan Rogers, assistant coach Dave Lebo, head coach Jeff Lebo, assistant coach Tracy Garrick, assistant coach John Shulman, administrative assistant John Searby, D a t eRyan Parnell. Op p o n e nrow, t Sco r e Cameron A t t e nCrisp, d Si tBrent e o t eFerguson, s manager Front from left: Leigh Gayden, Jolly, Larrie Smith,NTrey Brad Walker, Ricky Brown. Ov e r a l l : 0 - 0 • Player

Co n f e r e n ce : 0 - 0 •

SMITH, Larrie GAYDEN, Leigh JOLLY, Brent HARRELL, Jason BEASLEY, DeAntoine WESTMORELAND, Joey HART, Adonis CRISP, Cameron RICHARDSON, Ahmad FERGUSON, Trey STRANGE, Rusty WALKER, Brad PERKINS, Damien Team totals Opp totals

gp-gs 29-29 29-29 29-29 29-3 29-29 29-29 27-0 29-0 24-0 11-0 21-0 7-0 4-0 29 29

Hom e: 0 - 0 •

Total min fg-fga pct 33.5 172-297 .579 29.7 129-288 .448 27.5 103-254 .406 21.0 84-219 .384 28.3 93-191 .487 20.9 69-161 .429 13.3 26-58 .448 9.2 34-90 .378 8.0 20-56 .357 9.0 16-35 .457 5.1 16-33 .485 6.7 3-8 .375 12.8 2-15 .133 - 768-1706 .450 - 771-1640 .470

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3-Point fg-fga pct

2-8 80-200 64-168 35-111 12-40 15-51 0-0 13-38 8-27 12-23 0-0 0-0 2-10 244-677 228-607

.250 .400 .381 .315 .300 .294 .000 .342 .296 .522 .000 .000 .200 .360 .376

Aw ay : 0 - 0 • F-Throws ft-fta pct

127-165 52-61 95-102 55-79 48-62 40-61 51-75 7-11 10-18 9-17 7-17 7-8 3-5 516-689 314-459

Neu t r al: 0 - 0

off

Rebounds def tot

.770 109 145 254 .852 2 61 63 .931 20 59 79 .696 31 75 106 .774 67 84 151 .656 49 84 133 .680 31 45 76 .636 5 18 23 .556 9 25 34 .529 2 6 8 .412 7 14 21 .875 6 11 17 .600 0 4 4 .749 387 674 1061 .684 387 674 1061

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

8.8 63 1 62 82 2.2 56 1 116 52 2.7 28 0 47 31 3.7 76 2 42 40 5.2 86 6 87 62 4.6 66 3 42 39 2.8 57 0 18 25 0.8 7 0 37 21 1.4 19 0 15 16 0.7 7 0 8 9 1.0 25 1 3 9 2.4 3 0 3 4 1.0 6 0 0 1 36.6 500 14 480 397 36.6 586 12 473 479

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

1 55 473 0 31 390 0 18 365 10 44 258 12 31 246 4 41 193 4 6 103 0 13 88 0 7 58 0 3 53 6 2 39 2 1 13 0 1 9 39 254 2296 86 176 2084

16.3 13.4 12.6 8.9 8.5 6.7 3.8 3.0 2.4 4.8 1.9 1.9 2.3 79.2 71.9

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OVC CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS 2001-02 Regular Season Champions 27-7 Overall • 15-1 OVC (1st) Head Coach: Jeff Lebo

Te n n e sse e Te ch Go l d e n Ea g l e Ba sk e t b a l l Tennessee Tech University Season Box Score (as of Nov 06, 2013) All g am es RECORD : OVERA LL H OM E AW AY N EUTRA L Back from left: Adonis Hart, Greg27Morgan, Rusty Strange, Jones, Jason Middle row, ALLrow, GAMES 7 25-Antwyon 6 1- 0Harrell and Damien 1-Kinloch. 1 from left: Randall Malone, head manager; Brian Rogers, trainer; John Searby, administrative assistant; Tracy Garrick, assistant CONFERENCE 15- 1 14- 1 1- 0 0- 0 coach; Jeff Lebo, head coach; Dave Lebo, assistant coach; John Shulman, assistant coach; Ryan Parnell, manager. Front row, from NON- CONFERENCE 12- 6 11- 5 0- 0 1- 1 left: Leigh Gayden, Cameron Crisp, Brent Jolly, DeAntoine Beasley, Joey Westmoreland, Damien Perkins, Ahmad Richardson. ##

33 23 10 43 20 00 35 04 44 02 45

Player

KINLOCH, Damien CRISP, Cameron JOLLY, Brent HARRELL, Jason WESTMORELAND, Jo MORGAN, Greg BEASLEY, DeAntoine GAYDEN, Leigh JONES, Antwyon PERKINS, Damien HART, Adonis Team Total.......... Opponents......

gp-gs

34-33 34-25 34-34 34-1 34-34 34-0 34-33 25-9 32-0 18-0 29-1

943 989 980 825 805 466 954 427 208 110 143

34 34

6850 6850

Score by Periods 1st 2nd Tennessee Tech Unive 1243 1417 Opponents 1011 1283

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

27.7 29.1 28.8 24.3 23.7 13.7 28.1 17.1 6.5 6.1 4.9

185-315 145-328 101-256 110-275 87-180 102-152 81-146 49-140 31-56 14-34 10-24

Totals 2675 2307

0-1 72-156 64-179 50-142 29-77 0-0 8-28 33-99 0-0 2-16 0-0

.000 .462 .358 .352 .377 .000 .286 .333 .000 .125 .000

178-266 57-75 76-82 69-92 70-96 27-46 51-72 20-26 20-32 6-7 15-18

off

Rebounds def tot avg

pf dq

.669 110 178 288 8.5 81 .760 11 93 104 3.1 51 .927 19 52 71 2.1 38 .750 47 132 179 5.3 76 .729 72 126 198 5.8 95 .587 48 55 103 3.0 70 .708 43 77 120 3.5 85 .769 5 35 40 1.6 32 .625 19 35 54 1.7 19 .857 5 12 17 0.9 2 .833 10 25 35 1.2 22 47 54 101 915-1906 .480 258-698 .370 589-812 .725 436 874 1310 38.5 571 843-2006 .420 251-771 .326 370-538 .688 393 671 1064 31.3 686

OT OT2 5 10 5 8

.587 .442 .395 .400 .483 .671 .555 .350 .554 .412 .417

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

a

0 41 1 122 0 50 1 71 1 77 1 23 0 104 0 57 0 4 0 12 0 8

to blk stl

95 79 28 67 58 41 79 50 20 4 16 4 4 569 541 - 460 534

45 4 1 8 7 17 18 1 4 1 2

36 39 13 38 60 8 38 26 3 5 5

pts

avg

548 419 342 339 273 231 221 151 82 36 35

16.1 12.3 10.1 10.0 8.0 6.8 6.5 6.0 2.6 2.0 1.2

108 271 2677 81 247 2307

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OVC CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS 2004-05 Regular Season Champions 18-11 Overall • 12-4 OVC (1st) Head Coach: Mike Sutton

Te n n e sse e Te ch Go l d e n Ea g l e Ba sk e t b a l l Te n n e sse e Te ch Se a so n Bo x Sco r e ( a s o f N o v 0 6 , 2 0 1 3 ) All g am es RECORD : left: Manager Marty OVERA LLmanager Ryan H OM E assistant coach A W ASaul Y Smith, assistant N EUTRA L Steve Payne, Back row, from Kirkham, Parnell, coach ALL GAMES 18- 11 130 Sydor. Middle49 from left: Willie12 assistant coach Dexter Williams, manager Scott Berger, trainer Sarah row, Jenkins, Isaiah Mills, CONFERENCE 4 Mike Sutton, Derek 8- 0 Stribling, Jonathan 4-Jones, 4 0- 0Ben Jacobson. Amadi McKenzie, Antjuan Koger, head12coach Ra’Shun Bryant, Front row, from left: Rocky Jackson, Justin NONCONFERENCE 6- 7 Taylor, Milone Clark, 5- 0Keyon Boyd, Anthony 0- 5 Fisher, Belton Rivers. 1- 2 ##

34 21 22 24 02 03 10 42 32 05 20 15

Player

JENKINS, Willie STRIBLING, Derek CLARK, Milone BOYD, Keyon FISHER, Anthony JACOBSON, Ben MCKENZIE, Amadi JONES, Jonathan KOGER, Antjuan TAYLOR, Justin MILLS, Isaiah JACKSON, Rocky Team Total.......... Opponents......

Score by Periods Tennessee Tech Opponents

gp-gs

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

29-29 29-28 29-28 29-29 29-1 29-6 29-0 29-23 29-1 29-0 7-0 5-0

964 881 806 827 623 392 439 491 200 225 63 14

29 29

5925 5927

1st 2nd 955 1137 898 1043

33.2 30.4 27.8 28.5 21.5 13.5 15.1 16.9 6.9 7.8 9.0 2.8

200-436 131-288 94-199 79-196 61-127 62-131 64-93 27-59 17-42 15-49 5-7 0-1

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Totals 2150 1996

57-152 20-73 16-57 33-83 18-44 19-53 0-2 0-0 8-27 2-14 0-0 0-0

.375 .274 .281 .398 .409 .358 .000 .000 .296 .143 .000 .000

113-150 61-77 62-79 47-66 90-117 27-40 34-68 15-24 5-9 11-16 2-8 0-0

.753 .792 .785 .712 .769 .675 .500 .625 .556 .688 .250 .000

off

Rebounds def tot avg

pf dq

57 140 197 6.8 69 41 82 123 4.2 63 50 76 126 4.3 47 31 63 94 3.2 70 11 40 51 1.8 55 27 62 89 3.1 70 43 56 99 3.4 78 29 62 91 3.1 62 12 12 24 0.8 27 10 17 27 0.9 44 1 10 11 1.6 6 0 2 2 0.4 5 61 67 128 755-1628 .464 173-505 .343 467-654 .714 373 689 1062 36.6 596 666-1570 .424 197-549 .359 467-671 .696 315 600 915 31.6 545

OT OT2 46 12 42 13

.459 .455 .472 .403 .480 .473 .688 .458 .405 .306 .714 .000

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

a

to blk stl

2 66 117 10 54 1 60 49 9 33 0 42 52 8 29 1 106 74 8 52 0 63 58 2 19 1 20 36 12 19 2 9 25 20 14 0 23 26 27 17 0 11 21 1 6 0 13 15 6 9 0 2 7 2 0 0 2 3 0 0 9 7 417 492 105 252 - 382 484 86 260

pts

avg

570 343 266 238 230 170 162 69 47 43 12 0

19.7 11.8 9.2 8.2 7.9 5.9 5.6 2.4 1.6 1.5 1.7 0.0

2150 1996

74.1 68.8

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ALL-TIME VS. OPPONENTS TECH ALL-TIME VS. THE OVC AUSTIN PEAY • (72-69)

01/15/42 Cookeville, Tenn. L 31-19 02/11/42 Clarksville, Tenn. L OT 40-39 01/20/43 Location Unknown W 32-22 03/01/47 Lebanon, Tenn. W 86-48 (TIAC Tournament) 01/20/48 Clarksville, Tenn. W 52-47 02/09/48 Cookeville, Tenn. W 58-51 02/27/48 Location Unknown W 56-54 (VSAC Tournament) 01/28/49 Clarksville, Tenn. W 40-35 02/22/49 Cookeville, Tenn. L 64-59 01/13/50 Clarksville, Tenn. L 61-57 02/07/50 Cookeville, Tenn. L 56-53 02/10/51 Clarksville, Tenn. W 54-53 02/13/51 Cookeville, Tenn. W 62-61 12/18/51 Cookeville, Tenn. W 77-49 (Tennessee Collegiate Invitational Tournamnet) 02/02/52 Clarksville, Tenn. L 55-51 02/16/52 Cookeville, Tenn. W 78-72 01/20/53 Clarksville, Tenn. W 77-70 02/14/53 Cookeville, Tenn. W 97-80 1952-53 Clarksville, Tenn. W 85-71 (NAIA Tryouts) 1953-54 Cookeville, Tenn. W 84-73 1953-54 Clarksville, Tenn. W 67-64 1954-55 Clarksville, Tenn. L 58-54 1954-55 Cookeville, Tenn. W 92-78 12/01/55 Cookeville, Tenn. W 89-71 01/02/56 Clarksville, Tenn. W 73-72 01/21/64 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 77-57 02/03/64 Clarksville, Tenn.* L 47-45 01/13/65 Clarksville, Tenn.* W 85-83 02/13/65 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 99-73 01/17/66 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 83-77 02/05/66 Clarksville, Tenn.* W 86-68 01/16/67 Clarksville, Tenn.* L 87-83 02/18/67 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 83-79 01/15/68 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 72-68 02/17/68 Clarksville, Tenn.* L 73-61 01/15/69 Clarksville, Tenn.* W 79-74 02/22/69 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 91-74 01/12/70 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 90-88 02/21/70 Clarksville, Tenn.* L ot 98-90 01/09/71 Clarksville, Tenn.* W 81-79 02/20/71 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 102-91 01/24/72 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 94-77 02/19/72 Clarksville, Tenn.* W 74-73 01/20/73 Clarksville, Tenn.* L 105-93 02/19/73 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 73-70 01/19/74 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 94-73 02/18/74 Clarksville, Tenn.* L 96-71 01/20/75 Clarksville, Tenn.* W 71-69 02/15/75 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 94-79 03/07/75 Murfreesboro, Tenn. L 78-69 (OVC Tournament) 01/24/76 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 83-81 02/23/76 Clarksville, Tenn.* L 98-69 01/17/77 Clarksville, Tenn.* L 89-71 02/12/77 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 95-74 01/07/78 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 58-57 02/04/78 Clarksville, Tenn.* L 71-62 01/06/79 Clarksville, Tenn.* L 73-58 02/03/79 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 72-62 01/05/80 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 83-71 01/31/80 Clarksville, Tenn.* L 96-78

96

01/03/81 Clarksville, Tenn.* 01/29/81 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/21/82 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/18/82 Clarksville, Tenn.* 01/22/83 Clarksville, Tenn.* 02/17/83 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/28/84 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/11/84 Clarksville, Tenn.* 01/28/85 Clarksville, Tenn.* 02/11/85 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/11/86 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/17/86 Clarksville, Tenn.* 01/10/87 Clarksville, Tenn.* 02/16/87 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/22/88 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/29/88 Clarksville, Tenn.* 01/21/89 Clarksville, Tenn.* 02/20/89 Cookeville, Tenn.* 03/04/89 Clarksville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 01/20/90 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/19/90 Clarksville, Tenn.* 03/03/90 Murray, Ky. (OVC Tournament) 01/19/91 Clarksville, Tenn.* 02/18/91 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/25/92 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/10/92 Clarksville, Tenn.* 03/06/92 Lexington, Ky. (OVC Tournament) 01/14/93 Clarksville, Tenn.* 02/11/93 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/08/94 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/19/94 Clarksville, Tenn.* 03/03/94 Nashville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 01/12/95 Clarksville, Tenn.* 02/18/95 Cookeville, Tenn.* 03/02/95 Nashville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 01/13/96 Clarksville, Tenn.* 02/12/96 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/09/97 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/20/97 Clarksville, Tenn.* 02/28/97 Nashville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 01/17/98 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/14/98 Clarksville, Tenn.* 01/14/99 Clarksville, Tenn.* 02/11/99 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/22/00 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/19/00 Clarksville, Tenn.* 01/18/01 Clarksville, Tenn.* 02/15/01 Cookeville, Tenn.* 03/03/01 Nashville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 01/17/02 Clarksville, Tenn.* 02/16/02 Cookeville, Tenn.* 03/01/02 Louisville, Ky. (OVC Tournament) 01/16/03 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/15/03 Clarksville, Tenn.* 03/08/03 Nashville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 01/27/04 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/24/04 Clarksville, Tenn.* 01/25/05 Clarksville, Tenn.* 02/22/05 Cookeville, Tenn.* 03/04/05 Nashville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament)

L 67-64 L 69-67 W 66-58 W 2ot 76-73 W 82-79 W 66-65 W 78-72 W 75-70 W 92-76 W 87-65 L 75-63 W 70-68 L 97-71 L 90-74 L 78-56 L 80-57 L 102-87 L 86-85 L 85-84 W W L

83-81 77-69 75-57

W L W L W

107-86 98-89 98-80 87-79 89-68

W W L L W

90-72 92-83 85-80 80-74 101-91

L L L

93-87 64-63 85-74

L L

86-83 93-74 L ot 75-73 L 93-80 L 70-60 L L L W W W W W L

75-71 84-58 68-58 75-63 75-64 59-56 86-74 64-62 83-63

W 74-67 W 2ot 86-84 W 86-77 W L L L L

66-47 58-54 63-57

58-56 88-64 L ot 79-77 W 74-59 L 67-61

12/01/05 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/16/06 Clarksville, Tenn.* 02/28/06 Cookeville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 12/02/06 Clarksville, Tenn.* 02/20/07 Cookeville, Tenn.* 12/01/07 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/16/08 Clarksville, Tenn.* 01/22/09 Clarksville, Tenn.* 02/09/09 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/21/10 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/18/10 Clarksville, Tenn.* 03/02/10 Clarksville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 01/20/11 Clarksville, Tenn.* 02/07/11 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/02/12 Clarksville, Tenn.* 01/26/13 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/25/14 Clarksville, Tenn.* 01/10/15 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/09/16 Clarksville, Tenn.* 03/02/16 Nashville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 01/05/17 Cookeville, Tenn.*

W W W

78-61 79-75 78-74

L 77-70 W 73-72 L 79-76 L 80-76 L 87-71 L 86-80 W 94-90 L ot 77-72 W 68-65 W W W W L W W L

71-68 70-64 94-88 70-52 83-69 72-56 72-66 75-59

W

76-67

W W W W W W W W W W W L L L W L L W L L W

97-79 108-70 84-77 67-59 106-71 72-59 83-63 81-65 73-72 88-67 63-62 83-52 74-52 64-62 81-76 71-53 88-82 8979 95-86 82-70 83-70

12/30/81 Evansville, Ind. L (Evansville Holiday Invitational) 01/18/97 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 02/17/97 Charleston, Ill.* W 02/25/97 Cookeville, Tenn. W (OVC Tournament) 01/10/98 Charleston, Ill.* L 02/07/98 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 01/07/99 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 02/04/99 Charleston, Ill.* L 12/04/99 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 02/08/00 Charleston, Ill.* L 01/16/01 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 02/12/01 Charleston, Ill.* L 01/31/02 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 02/23/02 Charleston, Ill.* W 01/30/03 Charleston, Ill.* W 03/01/03 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 01/08/04 Charleston, Ill.* L 01/24/04 Cookeville, Tenn.* W

68-67

BELMONT • (14-7) 12/08/56 02/16/57 01/02/64 12/09/64 01/18/68 12/07/68 12/04/69 1972-73 12/09/78 12/03/84 11/14/98 01/05/13 02/02/13 01/04/14 02/01/14 01/31/15 02/21/15 01/30/16 02/20/16 01/21/17 02/11/17

Nashville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn.* Nashville, Tenn.* Nashville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Nashville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Nashville, Tenn.* Nashville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.*

EASTERN ILLINOIS • (25-14)

77-66 85-68 83-81 76-59 83-66 68-63 74-70 107-97 73-64 86-78 80-71 97-92 85-68 69-61 97-84 83-70 84-67

GOLDEN EAGLE BASKETBALL


ALL-TIME VS. OPPONENTS 01/06/05 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/22/05 Charleston, Ill.* 03/01/05 Cookeville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 12/08/05 Charleston, Ill.* 01/19/06 Cookeville, Tenn.* 12/07/06 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/18/07 Charleston, Ill.* 12/06/07 Charleston, Ill.* 01/17/08 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/05/09 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/29/09 Charleston, Ill.* 01/04/10 Charleston, Ill.* 01/28/10 Cookeville, Tenn.* 12/19/10 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/27/11 Charleston, Ill.* 02/09/12 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/10/13 Charleston, Ill.* 01/09/14 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/01/15 Charleston, Ill.* 12/31/15 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/04/17 Charleston, Ill.*

W W W

W ot 83-80 W 75-60 L 74-69 W 76-64 W 72-53 W 74-57 W 67-60 L 75-58 L 97-93 W 75-65 W 65-64 W 77-74 L 74-57 W 77-73 W 81-69 L 61-59 W 94-84 W 87-68

EASTERN KENTUCKY • (60-74) 01/13/51 01/10/52 02/06/52 12/08/52 02/02/53 12/08/53 01/30/54 12/06/54 01/10/55 01/07/56 01/30/56 01/05/57 02/11/57 01/06/58 02/08/58 01/19/59 02/05/59 01/18/60 02/06/60 01/27/61 02/04/61 02/07/62 02/17/62 01/26/63 02/16/63 02/01/64 02/18/64 02/01/65 02/22/65 01/29/66 02/26/66 02/06/67 02/27/67 02/05/68 02/26/68 01/20/69 03/03/69 01/15/70 03/02/70 01/18/71 03/01/71 01/29/72 02/28/72 01/29/73 02/24/73

Richmond, Ky.* Richmond, Ky.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Richmond, Ky.* Richmond, Ky.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Richmond, Ky.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Richmond, Ky.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Richmond, Ky.* Richmond, Ky.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Richmond, Ky.* Richmond, Ky.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Richmond, Ky.* Richmond, Ky.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Richmond, Ky.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Richmond, Ky.* Richmond, Ky.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Richmond, Ky.* Richmond, Ky.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Richmond, Ky.* Richmond, Ky.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Richmond, Ky.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Richmond, Ky.* Richmond, Ky.* Cookeville, Tenn.*

86-72 81-68 72-68

L L L L L L L

67-46 86-60 63-52 93-69 89-67 112-82 90-61 W 5ot 85-80 L 84-68 W 71-67 W 82-77 L 75-73 L 115-97 W ot 53-52 W 64-62 L 81-75 L 72-69 L 76-67 W 80-73 W ot 86-84 L 94-68 L 84-72 W 67-58 L 87-82 L 73-64 L 86-63 L 88-72 L 108-90 L 99-81 W 103-93 L 97-77 W 90-74 W 111-91 L 67-64 W 77-76 L 87-71 W 92-87 W 94-93 L 104-80 L 79-67 L 95-91 L 104-93 L 95-78 L 77-66 W 104-76

@TTU_BASKETBALL

01/26/74 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/25/74 Richmond, Ky.* 01/27/75 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/22/75 Richmond, Ky.* 01/31/76 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/04/76 Richmond, Ky.* 01/24/77 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/19/77 Richmond, Ky.* 01/21/78 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/20/78 Richmond, Ky.* 01/20/79 Richmond, Ky.* 02/19/79 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/17/80 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/16/80 Richmond, Ky.* 01/15/81 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/14/81 Richmond, Ky.* 12/10/81 Richmond, Ky.* 02/25/82 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/27/83 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/25/83 Richmond, Ky.* 01/12/84 Richmond, Ky.* 02/16/84 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/12/85 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/16/85 Richmond, Ky.* 01/18/86 Richmond, Ky.* 02/24/86 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/17/87 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/23/87 Richmond, Ky.* 01/30/88 Richmond, Ky.* 02/15/88 Cookeville, Tenn.* 03/07/88 Richmond, Ky. (OVC Tournament) 01/28/89 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/13/89 Richmond, Ky.* 01/27/90 Richmond, Ky.* 02/12/90 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/12/91 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/25/91 Richmond, Ky.* 01/11/92 Richmond, Ky.* 02/24/92 Cookeville, Tenn.* 03/07/92 Lexington, Ky. (OVC Tournament) 01/09/93 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/20/93 Richmond, Ky.* 01/24/94 Richmond, Ky.* 02/26/94 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/23/95 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/25/95 Richmond, Ky.* 01/29/96 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/24/96 Richmond, Ky.* 01/06/97 Richmond, Ky.* 02/01/97 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/24/98 Richmond, Ky.* 02/21/98 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/21/99 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/18/99 Richmond, Ky.* 01/08/00 Richmond, Ky.* 02/05/00 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/04/01 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/03/01 Richmond, Ky.* 01/03/02 Richmond, Ky.* 02/04/02 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/14/03 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/17/03 Richmond, Ky.* 01/17/04 Richmond, Ky.* 01/15/05 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/05/06 Richmond, Ky.* 02/04/06 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/04/07 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/03/07 Richmond, Ky.*

W 80-75 W 62-56 W 86-71 W 90-85 L 92-87 W 86-82 L 85-65 L 78-66 L 73-62 L 78-64 L 112-84 L 100-72 L 89-79 L 98-84 L 91-75 W 56-55 W 62-60 L ot 81-80 L 73-72 W 70-57 W 70-58 W 61-44 W 58-57 W ot 64-60 L 73-64 W 61-57 L 79-68 L 111-80 L 88-53 L 72-69 L 85-71 W L L W W L L W L

57-54 78-76 74-59 61-58 86-68 76-69 84-75 90-79 72-67

W 95-87 L 80-66 L 95-84 W 92-75 L 83-76 W 71-60 W 86-80 L 87-83 W 72-54 W 88-75 L 65-53 L 84-75 W 70-42 W 89-78 W 75-74 W 91-66 W 109-85 W 69-63 W 90-61 W 71-48 W 93-76 W ot 76-68 L 70-68 W 78-64 L 93-75 W 78-58 W 75-53 L 2ot 92-90

03/02/07 Nashville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 01/05/08 Richmond, Ky.* 02/02/08 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/10/09 Richmond, Ky.* 02/06/09 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/09/10 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/04/10 Richmond, Ky.* 01/08/11 Richmond, Ky.* 02/03/11 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/26/12 Richmond, Ky.* 02/15/12 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/14/13 Richmond, Ky.* 02/28/13 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/13/14 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/27/14 Richmond, Ky.* 01/24/15 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/28/15 Richmond, Ky.* 01/23/16 Richmond, Ky.* 02/27/16 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/28/17 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/25/17 Richmond, Ky.*

L

57-54

W 75-64 L 87-77 L 85-80 L 80-73 L 78-73 L 76-58 W 78-66 W 63-54 W 82-65 W 74-67 L 80-69 L 69-54 W 72-66 L 74-67 W ot 83-81 L 70-67 W 89-83 W 92-82 L 79-66 L 75-71

JACKSONVILLE STATE • (21-12)

1937-38 01/06/41 01/07/42 11/29/97 12/18/97 02/07/04 02/19/04 02/05/05 02/17/05 01/12/06 02/09/06 01/11/07 02/08/07 01/10/08 02/07/08 12/06/08 02/28/09 12/05/09 02/27/10 12/04/10 02/26/11 01/19/12 02/04/12 12/29/12 02/09/13 02/08/14 02/22/14 02/07/15 02/14/15 02/06/16 02/13/16 01/14/17 02/18/17

Location Unknown Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Jacksonville, Ala. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn.* Jacksonville, Ala.* Jacksonville, Ala.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Jacksonville, Ala.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Jacksonville, Ala.* Jacksonville, Ala.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Jacksonville, Ala.* Jacksonville, Ala.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Jacksonville, Ala.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Jacksonville, Ala.* Jacksonville, Ala.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Jacksonville, Ala.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Jacksonville, Ala.* Jacksonville, Ala.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Jacksonville, Ala.*

W W W W L W L

28-27 37-29 42-21 82-74 83-72 101-86 80-59 L 2ot 88-87 W 71-56 W 79-67 L 74-68 W 75-71 L 72-71 L 79-74 W ot 87-85 L 82-66 W 91-74 L 83-72 W 72-62 W 64-62 W 77-75 L 63-62 W 76-68 L 83-62 W 78-64 W 72-60 W 69-57 W 72-59 L 82-68 W 65-58 W 72-70 L 74-59 W ot 79-78

MOREHEAD STATE • (65-83)

1949-50 Location Unknown* L 59-57 1949-50 Location Unknown* L 80-59 1950-51 Location Unknown* W 90-88 (Game ran approximately 60 minutes due to clock malfunction) 1950-51 Location Unknown* L 62-58 1951-52 Location Unknown* W 63-47 1951-52 Location Unknown* L 78-66 1952-53 Location Unknown* W 93-89 1952-53 Location Unknown* L 101-89

97


ALL-TIME VS. OPPONENTS 1952-53 Louisville, Ky. L ot 70-61 (OVC Tournament) 1953-54 Location Unknown* L 96-79 1953-54 Location Unknown* W 84-71 1953-54 Louisville, Ky. L 92-55 (OVC Tournament) 1954-55 Location Unknown* L 103-73 1954-55 Location Unknown* W 86-75 12/17/55 Morehead, Ky.* L 83-65 01/14/56 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 101-80 12/14/56 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 2ot 85-82 02/09/57 Morehead, Ky.* L 98-77 01/11/58 Cookeville, Tenn.* W ot 66-63 02/03/58 Morehead, Ky.* L 79-69 12/06/58 Morehead, Ky.* W 78-70 02/20/59 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 90-66 12/11/59 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 94-67 12/09/60 Morehead, Ky.* L 85-84 12/10/60 Morehead, Ky. L 84-74 (Played as a non-conference contest) 01/14/61 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 69-64 12/09/61 Morehead, Ky.* L 71-63 01/13/62 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 89-69 01/12/63 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 76-74 02/09/63 Morehead, Ky.* W 68-64 03/07/63 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 80-68 (OVC Playoff) 01/06/64 Morehead, Ky.* L 94-87 02/15/64 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 105-98 01/30/65 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 90-77 02/20/65 Morehead, Ky.* L 90-74 01/31/66 Morehead, Ky.* L 70-61 02/28/66 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 96-73 12/19/66 Louisville, Ky. L 74-73 (OVC Tournament) 01/28/67 Cookeville* W 83-79 02/25/67 Morehead, Ky* L 103-96 12/01/67 Nashville, Tenn. W 71-63 (OVC Tournament) 01/27/68 Morehead, Ky.* W 81-74 02/24/68 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 83-72 01/18/69 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 93-84 03/01/69 Morehead, Ky.* L 84-64 01/17/70 Morehead, Ky.* L 81-75 02/28/70 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 83-79 01/16/71 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 75-69 02/27/71 Morehead, Ky.* L 85-79 01/31/72 Morehead, Ky.* L 101-90 02/26/72 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 98-96 01/27/73 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 78-76 02/26/73 Morehead, Ky.* W 85-79 01/28/74 Morehead, Ky.* L 69-64 02/23/74 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 91-90 01/25/75 Morhead, Ky.* L 91-78 02/24/75 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 85-77 02/02/76 Morehead, Ky.* L 84-81 02/28/76 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 84-77 01/22/77 Morehead, Ky.* L 101-80 02/21/77 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 90-78 01/23/78 Morehead, Ky.* W 66-57 02/18/78 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 73-71 01/22/79 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 77-76 02/17/79 Morehead, Ky.* L 100-79 01/19/80 Location Unknown* L 83-67 02/14/80 Location Unknown* L 85-75 01/17/81 Cookeville, Tenn* W ot 85-84 02/12/81 Morehead, Ky.* L 77-64 12/12/81 Morehead, Ky.* L ot 73-71 02/27/82 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 97-76 01/28/83 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 70-66

98

02/26/83 Morehead, Ky.* 03/11/83 Murray, Ky. (OVC Tournament) 01/13/84 Morehead, Ky.* 02/18/84 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/14/85 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/18/85 Morehead, Ky.* 01/20/86 Morerhead, Ky* 02/22/86 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/19/87 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/21/87 Morehead, Ky.* 02/01/88 Morehead, Ky.* 02/13/88 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/30/89 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/11/89 Morehead, Ky.* 01/29/90 Morehead, Ky.* 02/10/90 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/14/91 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/23/91 Morehead, Ky.* 03/02/91 Murray, Ky. (OVC Tournament) 01/13/92 Morehead, Ky.* 02/22/92 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/11/93 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/22/93 Morehead, Ky.* 03/05/93 Lexington, Ky. (OVC Tournament) 01/22/94 Morehead, Ky.* 02/28/94 Cookeville, Tenn..* 01/21/95 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/27/95 Morehead, Ky.* 01/27/96 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/26/96 Morehead, Ky.* 01/04/97 Morehead, Ky.* 02/03/97 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/22/98 Morehead, Ky.* 02/19/98 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/23/99 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/20/99 Morehead, Ky.* 01/06/00 Morehead, Ky.* 02/03/00 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/06/01 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/01/01 Morehead, Ky.* 01/05/02 Morehead, Ky.* 02/12/02 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/04/03 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/11/03 Morehead, Ky.* 03/07/03 Nashville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 01/15/04 Morehead, Ky.* 02/28/04 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/13/05 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/26/05 Morehead, Ky.* 01/07/06 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/30/06 Morehead, Ky.* 01/06/07 Morehead, Ky.* 01/29/07 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/07/08 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/29/08 Morehead, Ky.* 01/08/09 Morehead, Ky.* 02/07/09 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/07/10 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/06/10 Morehead, Ky.* 03/05/10 Nashville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 01/06/11 Morehead, Ky.* 02/05/11 Cookeville, Tenn.* 03/05/11 Nashville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 01/07/12 Cookeville, Tenn.*

L L

81-65 54-53

L 79-72 W 70-62 W 76-64 L 79-70 W 67-57 W ot 72-70 L 92-70 L 94-60 W ot 89-83 W 84-77 W 63-62 L 93-81 W 106-95 W 98-84 W ot 52-51 L ot 87-86 L 88-83 L W W W W

96-85 100-89 97-79 101-96 97-89

L W L L W W W W W W W L L W W L W W L L W

100-87 82-71 78-54 88-72 85-72 88-78 100-79 90-76 65-57 77-72 82-66 78-74 88-76 90-83 86-71 74-67 81-78 75-68 72-70 97-89 88-71

L L W W W W L W W L L L L L L

73-58 90-86 63-40 74-67 61-52 69-66 82-71 65-52 73-55 80-68 64-62 72-64 77-64 84-75 76-47

L L L

76-64 76-60 80-73

W

66-55

01/28/12 Morehead, Ky.* 02/16/13 Morehead, Ky.* 03/02/13 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/15/14 Cookeville, Tenn.* 03/01/14 Morehead, Ky.* 03/06/14 Nashville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 01/22/15 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/26/15 Morehead, Ky.* 01/21/16 Morehead, Ky.* 02/25/16 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/26/17 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/23/17 Morehead, Ky.*

L L W L W L

56-50 65-63 72-66 79-53 91-84 76-61

L L L L W L

78-74 86-73 81-74 69-59 76-73 73-68

03/04/30 Memphis, Tenn. L (Mississippi Valley Tournament) 02/06/32 Cookeville, Tenn. L 02/18/32 Murray, Ky. L 01/27/33 Murray, Ky. L 02/10/33 Cookeville, Tenn. W 02/28/33 Jackson, Tenn. W (SIAA Tournament) 01/13/34 Cookeville, Tenn. L 02/10/34 Murray, Ky. L 01/18/35 Murray, Ky. L 01/26/35 Cookeville, Tenn. L 01/10/36 Cookeville, Tenn. L 01/30/36 Murray, Ky. L 01/07/37 Murray, Ky. L 1936-37 Location Unknown L 02/18/37 Cookeville, Tenn. L 03/09/37 Bowling Green, Ky. L (SIAA Tournament) 01/14/38 Cookeville, Tenn. L 02/19/38 Murray, Ky. L 01/21/39 Cookeville, Tenn. L 02/02/39 Murray, Ky. L 02/02/40 Cookeville, Tenn. W 02/07/40 Murray, Ky. L 01/11/41 Cookeville, Tenn. L 01/25/41 Murray, Ky. L 01/22/42 Murray, Ky. L 02/14/42 Cookeville, Tenn. L 01/08/43 Murray, Ky. L 01/09/43 Murray, Ky. L 02/05/43 Cookeville, Tenn. L 02/06/43 Cookeville, Tenn. L 01/28/44 Cookeville, Tenn. L 02/19/44 Cookeville, Tenn. L 01/25/47 Cookeville, Tenn. W 02/15/47 Murray, Ky. L 01/15/48 Murray, Ky. L 02/18/48 Cookeville, Tenn. L 12/11/48 Cookeville, Tenn. L 01/13/49 Murray, Ky. L 12/07/49 Murray, Ky.* L 01/17/50 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 12/06/50 Murray, Ky.* L 01/16/51 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 02/22/51 Louisville, Ky. L (OVC Tournament) 12/06/51 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 02/13/52 Murray, Ky.* L 02/21/52 Louisville, Ky. L (OVC Tournament) 12/06/53 Murray, Ky.* L 02/11/53 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 01/12/54 Murray, Ky.* L

61-21

MURRAY STATE • (50-131)

29-19 44-36 51-41 36-35 53-48 40-26 43-38 46-32 29-23 50-30 50-27 40-20 40-20 35-25 36-23 28-21 41-33 29-28 37-26 37-35 57-21 30-29 66-26 35-32 63-23 43-33 60-37 50-43 47-25 53-40 56-29 58-47 48-42 76-46 48-46 75-58 67-53 96-71 59-57 74-53 68-56 56-46 51-48 85-67 61-59 92-82 79-69 93-77

GOLDEN EAGLE BASKETBALL


ALL-TIME VS. OPPONENTS 02/06/54 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 79-69 12/04/54 Murray, Ky.* L 87-59 (Final game at Carr Health Building) 02/05/55 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 79-78 12/03/55 Murray, Ky.* L 95-82 02/15/56 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 81-76 01/09/57 Murray, Ky.* L 78-67 02/23/57 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 96-90 02/01/58 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 65-59 02/24/58 Murray, Ky.* L 66-55 01/08/59 Mobile, Ala. L 74-71 (Senior Bowl Tournament) 01/10/59 Murray, Ky.* L 69-61 02/28/59 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 90-70 01/09/60 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 86-80 02/27/60 Murray, Ky.* L 73-67 01/07/61 Murray, Ky.* L 79-59 02/25/61 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 92-89 01/06/62 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 102-86 02/24/62 Murray, Ky.* W ot 68-66 01/05/63 Murray, Ky.* W 78-67 02/23/63 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 84-61 01/11/64 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 70-67 02/29/64 Murray, Ky.* L 88-82 12/22/64 Louisville, Ky. L 79-75 (OVC Tournament) 01/11/65 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 93-91 02/06/65 Murray, Ky.* L 92-79 01/10/66 Murray, Ky.* L 67-62 02/12/66 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 83-76 01/14/67 Murray, Ky.* L 72-70 02/20/67 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 89-86 12/02/67 Nashville, Tenn. W 67-60 (OVC Tournament) 01/13/68 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 92-91 02/19/68 Murray, Ky.* L 81-67 01/11/69 Murray, Ky.* L 95-75 02/10/69 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 62-59 01/10/70 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 87-78 02/09/70 Murray, Ky.* L 76-70 01/11/71 Murray, Ky.* L 64-63 02/22/71 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 72-69 01/22/72 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 59-57 02/21/72 Murray, Ky.* L 68-66 01/22/73 Murray, Ky.* L 73-72 02/17/73 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 81-79 01/21/74 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 70-64 02/16/74 Murray, Ky.* L 78-75 01/18/75 Murray, Ky.* W 74-68 02/17/75 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 103-93 01/26/76 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 91-85 02/21/76 Murray, Ky.* L 75-72 01/15/77 Murray, Ky.* L 73-65 02/14/77 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 79-77 01/09/78 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 68-67 02/06/78 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 63-60 01/29/79 Murray, Ky.* W 73-67 02/05/79 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 81-69 01/07/80 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 73-72 02/02/80 Murray, Ky.* L 100-73 01/24/81 Murray, Ky.* L 50-48 01/31/81 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 45-44 01/23/82 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 55-50 02/20/82 Murray, Ky.* L 60-58 01/14/83 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 92-88 02/11/83 Murray, Ky.* W 78-73 01/26/84 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 61-60 02/09/84 Murray, Ky.* L 75-72 01/26/85 Murray, Ky.* L 82-73 02/09/85 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 2ot 53-51

@TTU_BASKETBALL

01/13/86 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 78-53 02/15/86 Murray, Ky.* L 77-72 01/12/87 Murray, Ky.* L 63-62 02/14/87 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 89-79 01/25/88 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 67-64 02/27/88 Murray, Ky.* L 80-75 01/23/89 Murray, Ky.* L 76-67 02/17/89 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 87-72 01/22/90 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 81-75 02/17/90 Murray, Ky.* L 71-63 01/21/91 Murray, Ky.* L 86-74 02/16/91 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 72-64 01/18/92 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 87-80 02/17/92 Murray, Ky.* L ot 103-99 01/30/93 Murray, Ky.* L ot 117-112 02/27/93 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 83-81 01/17/94 Murray, Ky.* L 102-90 02/14/94 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 89-86 01/16/95 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 79-71 02/11/95 Murray, Ky.* L 114-90 01/08/96 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 64-63 02/19/96 Murray, Ky.* W 77-76 03/02/96 Nashville, Tenn. L 85-71 (OVC Tournament) 01/27/97 Murray, Ky.* L 85-78 02/13/97 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 89-62 01/05/98 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 95-72 01/31/98 Murray, Ky.* L 109-70 02/24/98 Murray, Ky. L 84-63 (OVC Tournament) (Final game at Racer Arena) 01/02/99 Murray, Ky.* L 75-53 01/28/99 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 78-62 02/23/99 Murray, Ky. L 96-61 (OVC Tournament) 01/29/00 Murray, Ky.* L 75-74 02/26/00 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 64-63 01/25/01 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 85-80 02/22/01 Murray, Ky.* W 94-71 01/10/02 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 78-59 02/07/02 Murray, Ky.* L 75-56 03/02/02 Louisville, Ky. L 70-69 (OVC Tournament) 01/09/03 Murray, Ky.* L 64-52 02/06/03 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 91-83 02/12/04 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 90-78 03/02/04 Murray, Ky. L 92-75 (OVC Tournament) 02/10/05 Murray, Ky.* W 72-68 01/26/06 Murray, Ky.* L 55-51 02/23/06 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 70-66 01/23/07 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 63-52 02/22/07 Murray, Ky.* L 60-56 01/24/08 Murray, Ky.* L 81-67 02/28/08 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 71-66 03/05/08 Murray, Ky. L 77-74 (OVC Tournament) 01/17/09 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 61-55 02/12/09 Murray, Ky.* L 73-52 01/16/10 Murray, Ky.* L 88-66 02/11/10 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 94-62 01/15/11 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 92-85 02/10/11 Murray, Ky.* L 55-44 03/04/11 Nashville, Tenn. W 64-59 (OVC Tournament) 01/14/12 Murray, Ky.* L 82-74 02/25/12 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 69-64 03/02/12 Nashville, Tenn. L 78-58 (OVC Tournament) 01/24/13 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 47-39

01/23/14 Murray, Ky.* 01/08/15 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/07/16 Murray, Ky.* 01/07/17 Cookeville, Tenn.* 03/01/17 Nashville, Tenn.* (OVC Tournament)

SIUE • (7-3)

12/01/10 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/22/11 Edwardsville, Ill. 12/29/11 Edwardsville, Ill.* 01/30/12 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/12/13 Edwardsville, Ill.* 01/11/14 Cookeville, Tenn.* 03/05/14 Nashville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 01/03/15 Edwardsville, Ill.* 01/02/16 Cookeville, Tenn.* 12/31/16 Edwardsville, Ill.*

L 92-53 L 83-67 W 71-65 W 71-67 L 2ot 85-84

W W L W L W W

78-65 92-69 83-68 98-80 58-54 64-63 74-67

L W W

85-62 86-63 72-66

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI • (32-17)

01/27/92 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 84-51 02/08/92 Cape Girardeau, Mo.* W 88-78 02/01/93 Cape Girardeau, Mo.* L 79-74 03/01/93 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 113-99 01/15/94 Cape Girardeau, Mo.* L 87-77 02/12/94 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 89-83 01/14/95 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 97-58 02/13/95 Cape Girardeau, Mo.* L 89-73 01/22/96 Cape Girardeau, Mo.* L ot 81-78 02/17/96 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 102-69 01/20/97 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 86-82 02/15/97 Cape Girardeau, Mo.* L 78-65 01/08/98 Cape Girardeau, Mo.* L 69-51 02/05/98 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 77-57 01/09/99 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 64-51 02/06/99 Cape Girardeau, Mo.* W 68-62 12/02/99 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 84-79 01/18/00 Cape Girardeau, Mo.* L 61-50 12/09/00 Cape Girardeau, Mo.* W 70-68 02/06/01 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 79-69 01/24/02 Cape Girardeau, Mo.* W 75-62 02/02/02 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 82-67 02/26/02 Cookeville, Tenn. W 73-56 (OVC Tournament) 02/01/03 Cape Girardeau, Mo.* L 75-71 02/27/03 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 89-73 01/10/04 Cape Girardeau, Mo.* W 71-69 01/22/04 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 74-73 01/08/05 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 63-61 01/20/05 Cape Girardeau, Mo.* W ot 82-81 12/10/05 Cape Girardeau, Mo.* W 79-65 01/21/06 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 87-76 12/09/06 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 91-76 01/20/07 Cape Girardeau, Mo.* W 87-80 02/27/07 Cookeville, Tenn. W 88-60 (OVC Tournament) 12/08/07 Cape Girardeau, Mo.* L 84-74 01/19/08 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 93-76 01/03/09 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 103-76 01/31/09 Cape Girardeau, Mo.* W 91-75 01/02/10 Cape Girardeau, Mo.* W 82-73 01/30/10 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 82-68 12/21/10 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 77-75 01/29/11 Cape Girardeau, Mo.* W 93-86 01/21/12 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 77-62 03/01/12 Nashville, Tenn. W 77-73 (OVC Tournament) 01/19/13 Cape Girardeau, Mo.* L 74-62

99


ALL-TIME VS. OPPONENTS 01/18/14 01/17/15 01/16/16 01/10/17

Cookeville, Tenn.* Cape Girardeau, Mo.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cape Girardeau, Mo.*

TENNESSEE STATE • (32-32) 02/04/80 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/02/81 Nashville, Tenn. 01/06/83 Cookeville, Tenn. 01/16/84 Nashville, Tenn. 02/08/88 Nashville, Tenn.* 02/22/88 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/14/89 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/27/89 Nashville, Tenn.* 01/13/90 Nashville, Tenn.* 02/26/90 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/05/91 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/04/91 Nashville, Tenn.* 02/01/92 Nashville, Tenn.* 03/02/92 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/28/93 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/25/93 Nashville, Tenn.* 03/06/93 Lexington, Ky. (OVC Tournament) 01/27/94 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/21/94 Nashville, Tenn.* 03/04/94 Nashville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 02/04/95 Nashville, Tenn.* 02/20/95 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/01/96 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/21/96 Nashville, Tenn.* 01/23/97 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/06/97 Nashville, Tenn.* 01/15/98 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/12/98 Nashville, Tenn.* 01/16/99 Nashville, Tenn.* 02/13/99 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/20/00 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/17/00 Nashville, Tenn.* 01/20/01 Nashville, Tenn.* 02/17/01 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/26/02 Nashville, Tenn.* 02/18/02 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/25/03 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/22/03 Nashville, Tenn.* 01/31/04 Nashville, Tenn.* 01/29/05 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/28/06 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/06/06 Nashville, Tenn.* 01/27/07 Nashville, Tenn.* 02/10/07 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/26/08 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/09/08 Nashville, Tenn.* 01/24/09 Nashville, Tenn.* 02/19/09 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/23/10 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/15/10 Nashville, Tenn.* 01/22/11 Nashville, Tenn.* 02/14/11 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/05/12 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/11/12 Nashville, Tenn.* 01/03/13 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/31/13 Nashville, Tenn.* 01/02/14 Nashville, Tenn.* 01/30/14 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/29/15 Nashville, Tenn.* 02/12/15 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/28/16 Cookeville, Tenn.*

100

L L W L

83-74 65-61 91-55 83-78

02/10/16 01/19/17 02/09/17

Nashville, Tenn.* Nashville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.*

UT MARTIN • (36-13) L L L W L W W L W W W W W W L L L

62-61 67-59 54-53 73-69 68-60 80-77 73-59 86-84 89-82 88-78 88-78 101-87 92-72 91-80 102-79 82-78 77-71

L L L

73-68 94-85 91-74

W W L L L L L W L L W W L W W W W W W W L L W W L W W L W

79-73 95-83 75-71 74-65 59-57 99-59 56-42 76-74 74-64 68-67 88-70 77-66 90-86 81-72 77-68 81-66 91-65 101-72 77-76 71-50 72-63 70-65 73-67 86-66 73-72 78-75 86-78 77-74 61-56 L 2ot 109-102 L 71-65 W 61-59 W 92-86 L 68-53 L 72-66 L 84-65 W 57-53 L 81-68 L 64-56 W 71-52 W 81-79

12/14/68 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/06/82 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/03/92 Cookeville, Tenn. 01/16/93 Martin, Tenn.* 02/06/93 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/10/94 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/07/94 Martin, Tenn.* 01/09/95 Martin, Tenn.* 02/06/95 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/06/96 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/03/96 Martin, Tenn.* 01/16/97 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/25/97 Martin, Tenn.* 01/03/98 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/29/98 Martin, Tenn.* 01/04/99 Martin, Tenn.* 01/30/99 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/27/00 Martin, Tenn.* 02/24/00 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/27/01 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/24/01 Martin, Tenn.* 03/02/01 Cookeville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 01/21/02 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/09/02 Martin, Tenn.* 01/20/03 Martin, Tenn.* 02/08/03 Cookeville, Tenn.* 03/04/03 Cookeville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 02/14/04 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/12/05 Martin, Tenn.* 02/02/06 Martin, Tenn.* 02/16/06 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/01/07 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/12/07 Martin, Tenn.* 01/31/08 Martin, Tenn.* 02/14/08 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/15/09 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/14/09 Martin, Tenn.* 03/03/09 Martin, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 01/14/10 Martin, Tenn.* 02/13/10 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/13/11 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/12/11 Martin, Tenn.* 03/03/11 Nashville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 12/31/11 Martin, Tenn.* 02/21/13 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/20/14 Martin, Tenn.* 01/15/15 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/13/16 Martin, Tenn.* 02/01/17 Cookeville, Tenn.*

L 85-55 W ot 80-74 L 72-59

W 100-69 W 102-89 W 99-81 W 81-76 W 87-70 W 70-62 L 95-86 W 81-80 W 74-59 L 78-74 L 75-71 W 70-59 W ot 64-62 L 82-69 W 65-63 W 56-46 W 75-59 W 82-74 W 81-65 W 92-84 W 66-59 W 69-58 W W W W W

83-75 75-68 82-77 87-77 76-62

W L L W W W W L L L L

64-61 59-56 88-78 74-72 82-74 65-61 100-95 82-79 83-72 72-62 93-75

W 76-63 W 70-61 W 3ot 109-105 W 85-71 W 83-59 W W W L L L

85-62 83-68 91-83 63-60 96-90 75-46

TECH ALL-TIME VS. OTHER OPPONENTS

AIR FORCE • (2-2)

12/28/96 Bozeman, Mont. L (Montana State Invitational) 12/29/01 USAF Academy, Colo. W 12/01/02 Cookeville, Tenn. W 11/16/15 USAF Academy, Colo. L (Air Force Classic)

AKRON • (8-9)

01/24/80 Akron, Ohio 02/21/80 Cookeville, Tenn. 01/22/81 Cookeville, Tenn* 02/19/81 Akron, Ohio* 01/09/82 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/06/82 Akron, Ohio* 12/18/82 Akron, Ohio* 03/04/83 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/19/84 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/23/84 Akron, Ohio* 01/19/85 Akron, Ohio* 02/23/85 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/25/86 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/10/86 Akron, Ohio* 03/07/86 Akron, Ohio (OVC Tournament) 01/24/87 Akron, Ohio* 02/09/87 Cookeville, Tenn.*

12/02/58 12/05/60

Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn.

W L

95-73 87-83

L L L L L L

94-66 105-85 90-78 79-53 91-72 65-53

Cookeville, Tenn. Huntsville, Ala.

W W

95-61 79-74

L

92-83

W

37-30

ALABAMA STATE • (0-1) 12/15/90 Lincoln, Neb. (Ameritas Classic)

ALABAMA TEACHERS • (1-0) 1938-39

Location Unknown

ALASKA-ANCHORAGE • (1-0) 12/23/87 Las Vegas, Nev. (Rebel Roundup)

W ot 68-67

ALCORN STATE • (1-0)

12/27/02 Manoa, Hawaii W (Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic)

ALGOOD • (2-0) 1926-27 1931-32

Location Unknown Location Unknown

W W

ALPINE INDEPENDENTS • (1-0) 1945-46

ABILENE CHRISTIAN • (1-1)

L L

Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala.

ALABAMA A&M • (2-0) 11/17/16 12/03/16

85-64 80-76

64-44 60-47 80-70

L 85-74 W 77-72 L 71-62 L ot 77-71 W 75-59 W 76-62 L 86-66 W 76-61 W ot 74-68 W 74-68 W 57-42 W 74-52 L 66-54 L 79-69 L 67-58

ALABAMA • (0-6) 12/05/77 11/27/91 12/06/95 11/19/98 11/22/99 12/13/14

88-68

Location Unknown

APPALACHIAN STATE • (2-5) 12/29/77 Greenville, S.C. (Poinsettia Classic) 02/09/93 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/06/93 Boone, N.C.

62-50

26-13 32-10

W

37-23

L

96-69

W L

96-88 85-72

GOLDEN EAGLE BASKETBALL


ALL-TIME VS. OPPONENTS 12/20/03 Cookeville, Tenn. 11/27/04 Boone, N.C. 02/20/10 Boone, N.C. (ESPN BracketBusters) 11/19/11 Cookeville, Tenn.

ARKANSAS • (0-1) 12/12/15

Fayetteville, Ark.

ARKANSAS STATE • (6-3) 12/05/66 12/15/67 12/05/70 12/29/70 12/11/75 01/05/76 11/29/82 12/21/95 12/17/96

Cookeville, Tenn. Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. Cookeville, Tenn. Jonesboro, Ark. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Jonesboro, Ark. Cookeville, Tenn.

W L L

86-78 98-87 81-68

L

68-63

L

83-57

W 88-78 W 73-70 L 81-72 W 85-69 L 75-74 W 86-75 W 55-53 W 2ot 89-87 L 79-69

1930-31 Location Unknown W 1930-31 Location Unknown W 1930-31 Martin, Tenn. W (Mississippi Valley Tournament) 11/29/86 Cookeville, Tenn. W 11/23/90 Cookeville, Tenn. W 12/03/91 Cookeville, Tenn. W 12/04/93 Cookeville, Tenn. W 12/10/94 Cookeville, Tenn. W 12/09/95 Cookeville, Tenn. W

BETHUNE-COOKMAN • (1-0) 12/23/11 Las Vegas, Nev. (Las Vegas Classic)

BILTMORE • (1-0) 1930-31

BLUEFIELD COLLEGE • (7-0)

ARMSTRONG STATE • (2-1) Cookeville, Tenn. Savannah, Ga. Cookeville, Tenn.

ASBURY COLLEGE • (3-0) 12/20/99 12/20/00 12/06/04

Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn.

AUBURN • (1-4) 12/08/80 12/07/81 12/04/82 12/21/89 12/18/12

Auburn, Ala. Cookeville, Tenn. Auburn, Ala. Auburn, Ala. Auburn, Ala.

Cookeville, Tenn.

Location Unknown

Location Unknown Location Unknown

BEREA (KY.) COLLEGE • (1-0) 12/03/12

Cookeville, Tenn.

108-66 110-52 93-69

77-62 88-61 74-65 72-70 81-62

75-73 73-68 59-55

W OT 86-81

BEMIS Y • (2-0) 1929-30 1930-31

W W W

W W L

BAXTER • (1-0) 1924-25

71-69 80-67 75-61

W

107-73

W

28-16

W W

47-40 76-39

W

BERRY FIELD ENGINEERS • (1-1) 1944-45 1944-45

Location Unknown Location Unknown

BETHEL COLLEGE • (10-2) 1924-25 1926-27 1926-27

Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown

67-59

W

46-31

12/14/85 11/24/01 01/03/04 11/22/05 11/13/06 11/27/07 01/02/11

Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn.

BOISE STATE • (0-1)

12/29/95 Boise, Idaho (Boise State Invitational)

W W

31-15 98-81

W W W W W W W

84-66 87-49 102-63 117-85 110-69 117-88 74-56

L

66-65

BOSTON UNIVERSITY • (0-1)

12/10/88 Honolulu, Hawaii L (Hawaii Early Season Tournament)

W L

L W L

@TTU_BASKETBALL

69-45

52-27 42-40

23-20 36-35 39-17

1926-27 1926-27 1927-28

Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown

BRADLEY • (1-2)

12/16/72 Peoria, Ill. 02/18/06 Peoria, Ill. (ESPN BracketBusters) 11/29/06 Cookeville, Tenn.

BREVARD COLLEGE • (1-0) 11/19/05

Cookeville, Tenn.

BRYAN COLLEGE • (5-0) 12/21/98 01/06/03 12/08/04 11/15/08 12/19/09

Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn.

BURK TERRORS • (2-5) 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32

Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown

L L W

BYU • (0-1) 01/04/92

84-62

20-14 30-29 38-25

L L

100-83 77-62

W

86-84

W

85-41

W W W W W

93-68 104-48 79-45 76-48 97-44

L L L L L W W

49-10 48-22 42-29 36-30 39-35 27-26 35-14

Provo, Utah

L

CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE • (2-0) 12/04/61 12/10/65

Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn.

CALIFORNIA • (0-1) 12/07/88

Berkeley, Calif.

CAMP FORREST • (2-1) 1942-43 1943-44 1943-44

Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown

CANISIUS • (1-0) 12/11/65

BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS • (1-2)

BAPTIST COLLEGE • (1-0) 11/29/75

W L W

L L L W L

BALL STATE • (3-1)

12/21/71 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/18/72 Munice, Ind. 02/21/09 Muncie, Ind. (ESPN BracketBusters) 12/12/09 Cookeville, Tenn.

Location Unknown Cookeville, Tenn.

94-80 105-82 116-93 88-70 96-72 110-54

W

BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN • (2-0) 1931-32 01/10/72

01/05/77 12/10/86 01/31/87

Location Unknown

44-20 52-30 58-17

Buffalo, N.Y.

CARSON-NEWMAN • (2-1)

1942-43 1946-47 11/30/81

Location Unknown Location Unknown Cookeville, Tenn.

CARTHAGE BURLEYS • (1-0) 1945-46

Location Unknown

W W

82-68 100-86

L

88-57

W L W

62-17 44-40 48-47

W

79-77

L W W

45-41 56-38 86-69

W

43-26

CARUTHERSVILLE (MO.) • (2-1) 1930-31 Martin, Tenn. W (Mississippi Valley Tournament) 1931-32 Location Unknown L 1931-32 Jackson, Tenn. W (Mississippi Valley Tournament)

CASTLE HEIGHTS • (2-2) 1924-25 1924-25 1926-27 1926-27

Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown

95-68

33-28 43-27 34-29

W L L W

35-31 31-29 37-14 22-18

03/04/33 Jackson, Tenn. L (SIAA Tournament) 01/07/59 Mobile, Ala. L (Senior Bowl Tournament) 02/27/62 Shreveport, La. L 01/02/63 Cookeville, Tenn. W 01/18/64 Shreveport, La. L 01/04/65 Cookeville, Tenn. W 01/24/66 Shreveport, La. W 01/26/67 Cookeville, Tenn. W 12/10/83 Missoula, Mont. W (Champions Holiday Tournament)

38-23

CENTENARY • (5-4)

CENTRAL ARKANSAS • (1-0) 11/16/09 Conway, Ark. (Hall of Fame Showcase)

CENTRAL MICHIGAN • (0-1) 11/14/16

Cookeville, Tenn.

CENTRAL MISSOURI • (1-0) 12/18/65

Cookeville, Tenn.

87-64 97-87 94-86 98-80 127-90 86-74 96-82 68-67

W

71-67

L

86-74

W

87-83

101


ALL-TIME VS. OPPONENTS CENTRE COLLEGE • (2-0) 1946-47 1946-47

Location Unknown Location Unknown

CHAMINADE • (1-0)

12/23/93 Honolulu, Hawaii (Maui Classic)

W W

61-29 72-59

W

83-78

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN • (1-0) 12/28/99 Charleston, S.C. (State Farm Classic)

CHATTANOOGA • (41-17) 1938-39 1938-39 1939-40 1939-40 02/18/41 02/26/41 02/07/42 02/24/42 1942-43 1945-46 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1947-48 1948-49 1948-49 1949-50 1949-50 1950-51 1950-51 1958-59 1959-60 1959-60 12/03/60 12/06/61 1962-63 12/03/63 1964-65 12/01/65 01/19/66 12/01/66 01/23/67 01/30/68 02/03/69 02/02/70 02/23/70 12/07/70 02/01/71 12/01/71 02/24/72 12/01/72 02/22/73 12/01/73 01/05/74 12/17/77 02/09/78 12/01/78 01/31/79 12/20/83 12/15/84 12/07/87 12/15/88 12/16/89 01/02/91 11/25/00 01/11/01

102

Chattanooga, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Location Unknown Chattanooga, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn.

W

11/22/14 12/15/15

Cookeville, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn.

CHICAGO STATE • (1-1) 12/19/88 02/06/89

Chicago, Ill. Cookeville, Tenn.

CINCINNATI • (0-2) 93-66

11/23/02 Cincinnati, Ohio 12/17/05 Las Vegas, Nev. (Las Vegas Classic)

W L

69-67 80-69

CORNELL • (0-1)

W L

78-72 60-52

COVENANT COLLEGE • (6-0)

L L

72-63 105-62

12/28/57 Shreveport, La. W 69-60 (Louisiana Invitational Tournament) 12/29/62 Johnson City, Tenn. W 75-73 (Watauga Tournamnet)

CLEMSON • (3-3) 01/11/34 01/04/35 12/09/53 01/04/55 12/11/76 11/26/84

Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Clemson, S.C. Clemson, S.C.

CLEVELAND CELTICS • (0-2) 1931-32 1932-33

Location Unknown Location Unknown

CLEVELAND STATE • (2-1) 12/29/73 Youngstown, Ohio (Youngstown St. Classic) 12/13/75 Cleveland, Ohio 01/31/77 Cookeville, Tenn.

L 31-20 L 28-19 W 97-80 W 84-71 L 133-78 W ot 68-67

L L

36-29 38-36

L

76-71

W W

77-74 94-80

CLINCH VALLEY COLLEGE • (8-0) 12/15/80 01/14/82 01/08/83 11/26/83 12/01/92 12/17/94 11/23/96 11/17/97

Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn.

COASTAL CAROLINA • (3-1) 12/09/87 Myrle Beach, S.C. 02/06/88 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/18/12 Conway, S.C. (ESPN BracketBusters) 11/15/12 Cookeville, Tenn.

COKER COLLEGE • (1-0) 12/06/86

Cookeville, Tenn.

W W W W W W W W

82-68 84-61 80-67 81-68 111-60 104-73 109-56 92-64

L W W

91-80 70-64 77-71

W

71-69

W

84-72

COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON • (1-2) 12/14/91 Charleston, S.C. 01/30/92 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/29/99 Charleston, S.C. (State Farm Classic)

CONNECTICUT • (0-1)

12/30/93 Hilo, Hawaii (Big Island Tournament)

12/17/87 12/03/88 01/16/90 12/03/90 11/22/91 01/30/01

Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn.

CREIGHTON • (0-1)

THE CITADEL • (2-0) W 34-32 W 41-39 W 40-22 W 56-39 W 43-24 L 35-32 W 31-29 W 46-23 W 58-36 L 45-41 W 49-38 W 54-49 W 67-56 W 46-44 L 73-58 W 59-34 W 68-64 W 48-44 W 57-43 W 57-53 W 97-81 W 98-58 W 89-58 W 99-51 W 81-75 L 81-71 W 81-69 W 84-70 W 103-58 W 90-63 W 96-56 W 82-72 W 96-91 W 75-64 W 83-67 W 84-82 L 90-66 L 76-75 W 89-86 W ot 93-85 L 87-80 W 111-87 L 93-90 L 121-97 L 88-73 L 87-75 W 88-85 L 87-69 L 80-59 W 64-59 L 95-89 L ot 90-86 W 82-77 W 93-88 L 74-64 W 70-60

12/29/96 Bozeman, Mont. (Montana State Invitational)

L W L

75-59 75-67 69-56

L

130-78

12/14/02

Omaha, Neb.

L

78-63

W W W W W W

76-68 105-61 112-77 119-54 116-58 111-75

L

101-72

CROSSVILLE M. GUARDS • (1-1) 1943-44 1943-44

Location Unknown Location Unknown

CROWLEY’S RIDGE • (3-0) 12/30/10 11/11/12 12/04/16

Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn.

W L

39-38 55-43

W W W

106-44 107-32 98-51

CUMBERLAND UNIVERSITY • (23-4) 1924-25 1924-25 1926-27 1926-27 1927-28 1927-28 1928-29 1928-29 1929-30 1929-30 1932-33 1932-33 1936-37 1937-38 1937-38 1946-47 1946-47 1947-48 1947-48 1948-49 1948-49 12/12/84 11/25/85 01/29/87 11/27/95 11/25/96 11/27/02

Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn.

DAYTON • (1-1)

03/15/02 Dayton, Ohio (NIT First Round) 11/18/05 Dayton, Ohio

L 28-25 L 28-25 W 26-22 W 28-20 L 43-31 W 45-30 L 29-26 W 35-21 W 43-28 W 30-29 W 31-24 W 41-19 W 41-25 W 43-41 W 46-22 W 64-44 W 61-34 W 43-23 W 61-49 W 58-33 W 62-48 W 78-65 W 87-65 W ot 64-58 W 90-55 W 92-52 W 85-57

W

68-59

L

81-60

DELTA STATE • (2-4)

03/04/32 Jackson, Tenn. W 39-12 (Mississippi Valley Conference Tournamnet) 01/31/41 Cookeville, Tenn. L 41-36 02/08/41 Cleveland, Mississippi L 41-37 03/08/47 Bowling Green, Ky. L 55-46 (Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Tournament) 03/02/48 Cleveland, Miss. L 68-50 (NAIB Sectional)

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ALL-TIME VS. OPPONENTS 03/05/51 Memphis, Tennessee (NAIB State Tournament)

DePAUL • (0-1) 12/27/67

Chicago, Ill.

DIXIE ACES • (3-0) 12/05/41 1942-43 1942-43

Cookeville, Tenn. Location Unknown Location Unknown

DuPONT • (0-2) 1930-31 1930-31

Location Unknown Location Unknown

DUQUESNE • (0-1) 12/03/11

Pittsburgh, Pa.

EAST CAROLINA • (1-1) 12/12/92 12/30/92

Greenville, N.C. Cookeville, Tenn.

W

51-46

L

88-68

W W W

42-38 31-29 51-35

L L

26-23 52-38

L

77-67

L W

109-94 95-77

EAST TENNESSEE STATE • (37-37) 1922-23 Johnson City, Tenn. 1923-24 Cookeville, Tenn. 1929-30 Johnson City, Tenn. 1930-31 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/20/52 Johnson City, Tenn. 01/17/53 Cookeville, Tenn. 03/05/53 Cookeville, Tenn. (NAIA Tryouts) 12/19/53 Johnson City, Tenn. 01/16/54 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/13/54 Johnson City, Tenn. 01/15/55 Cookeville, Tenn. 01/26/56 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/25/56 Johnson City, Tenn. 01/20/58 Johnson City, Tenn.* 02/19/58 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/24/59 Johnson City, Tenn.* 01/30/59 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/23/60 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/30/60 Johnson City, Tenn.* 01/21/61 Johnson City, Tenn.* 02/07/61 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/19/62 Johnson City, Tenn.* 02/12/62 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/19/63 Johnson City, Tenn.* 01/28/63 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/25/64 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/22/64 Johnson City, Tenn.* 12/21/64 Louisville, Ky. (OVC Tournament) 01/06/65 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/27/65 Johnson City, Tenn.* 12/20/65 Louisville, Ky. (OVC Tournament) 01/04/66 Johnson City, Tenn.* 02/05/66 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/21/67 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/04/67 Johnson City, Tenn.* 12/02/67 Nashville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 02/03/68 Cookeville, Tenn.* 03/02/68 Johnson City, Tenn.* 02/01/69 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/08/69 Johnson City, Tenn.* 01/31/70 Johnson City, Tenn.*

L L W W L W L

45-16 26-21 25-17 47-26 82-71 59-55 64-62

L 73-50 L 78-65 L 89-70 W 91-79 W 84-79 L 76-61 W 67-59 W 98-62 L 80-78 W 92-81 W 99-89 W 90-71 L 94-79 W 89-72 L ot 71-69 W 103-63 W 75-63 L 73-69 W 88-62 L 84-80 W 77-59 W W W

83-70 90-75 90-78

W W W L W

95-88 88-69 80-73 82-77 64-62

W L L L L

63-62 85-62 84-59 87-66 88-62

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02/07/70 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/30/71 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/06/71 Johnson City, Tenn.* 02/07/72 Cookeville, Tenn.* 03/04/72 Johnson City, Tenn.* 02/03/73 Cookeville, Tenn.* 03/03/73 Johnson City, Tenn.* 02/02/74 Johnson City, Tenn.* 03/02/74 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/01/75 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/27/75 Johnson City, Tenn.* 01/10/76 Johnson City, Tenn.* 02/07/76 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/29/77 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/26/77 Johnson City, Tenn.* 01/28/78 Johnson City, Tenn.* 02/25/78 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/10/79 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/24/79 Johnson City, Tenn. 12/21/79 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/17/80 Johnson City, Tenn. 12/16/81 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/22/82 Johnson City, Tenn. 12/17/03 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/10/04 Johnson City, Tenn. 02/23/08 Johnson City, Tenn. (ESPN BracketBusters) 11/24/08 Cookeville, Tenn. 11/20/10 Johnson City, Tenn. 12/07/11 Cookeville, Tenn. 11/17/12 Johnson City, Tenn. 11/27/13 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/16/15 Johnson City, Tenn. 12/02/15 Cookeville, Tenn.

EASTERN MICHIGAN • (4-0) 12/15/75 12/18/78 12/02/00 12/01/01

Ypsilanti, Mich. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Ypsilanti, Mich.

W L L W L W W L W W L W W L L L W L L

81-77 78-71 69-66 73-66 83-75 75-65 79-62 56-55 81-72 85-84 80-78 74-69 119-97 68-66 92-74 67-61 72-64 74-67 107-70 L 2ot 88-81 L 78-47 W 77-69 L 75-71 L 77-70 L 65-54 L 88-80 L L W W W L W

78-65 73-60 83-74 65-62 98-83 87-79 63-61

W W W W

82-79 78-66 86-70 86-79

12/08/49 Evansville, Ind.* L 76-56 02/03/51 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 60-55 01/21/52 Cookeville, Tenn* W 61-49 02/14/52 Evansvilile, Ind.* L 80-61 12/17/53 Evansville, Ind. L 97-78 02/18/54 Cookeville, Tenn. W 75-70 12/27/58 Evansville, Ind. L 100-73 (Evansville Tournament) 01/25/79 Cookeville, Tenn. L 90-73 12/17/79 Evansville, Ind. L 78-67 12/29/81 Evansville, Ind. L 67-43 (Evansville Holiday Invitational) 12/16/98 Evansville, Ind. L 96-56 12/01/09 Cookeville, Tenn. L 2ot 91-90 12/17/11 Evansville, Ind. W 72-70 11/20/12 Cookeville, Tenn. L 62-50

FAIRLEIGH-DICKINSON • (0-1) Teaneck, N.J.

FLORIDA • (0-1) 11/11/07

Gainesville, Fla.

FLORIDA A&M • (2-0) 12/11/82 DeLand, Fla. (Hatter Classic)

W

66-65

L W

87-81 93-70

L L

74-71 69-59

L

90-79

1931-32 Jackson, Tenn. W (Mississippi Valley Tournament) 01/03/87 Cookeville, Tenn. W 01/04/88 Cookeville, Tenn. W 01/05/89 Cookeville, Tenn. W 01/02/90 Cookeville, Tenn. W

31-23

FLORIDA SOUTHERN • (1-1) 01/27/82 12/13/82

Cookeville, Tenn. Lakeland, Fla.

FLORIDA STATE • (0-2) 12/02/57 12/16/08

Tallahassee, Fla. Tallahassee, Fla.

FRANCIS MARION • (0-1) 12/11/79

Cookeville, Tenn.

FREED-HARDEMAN • (5-0)

FRESNO STATE • (2-0) 01/03/58 1959-60

Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn.

FURMAN • (2-1)

12/30/77 Greenville, S.C. (Poinsettia Classic) 12/22/97 San Juan, Puerto Rico (San Juan Shootout) 12/19/16 Cookeville, Tenn.

GAINESBORO RAM • (1-0)

EVANSVILLE • (3-11)

12/20/78

12/22/05 Las Vegas, Nev. (Las Vegas Classic)

1931-32

Location Unknown

GANNON • (1-0)

12/29/76 Erie, Pa. (Purreco Tournament)

GARDNER-WEBB • (1-1)

02/19/11 Cookeville, Tenn. (ESPN BracketBusters) 12/08/12 Boiling Springs, N.C.

GENEVA COLLEGE • (1-0) 01//01/84

Cookeville, Tenn.

GEORGETOWN (KY.) • (2-1) 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53

Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown

GEORGIA • (0-2) 12/28/91 12/29/94

Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga.

L

66-61

GEORGIA COLLEGE • (1-0)

L

93-65

GEORGIA SOUTHERN • (6-4)

W

90-79

11/24/84

1950-51 12/19/64 11/30/79 12/13/80 12/01/83

Cookeville, Tenn.

Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Statesboro, Ga. Cookeville, Tenn.

82-61 85-81 102-66 102-63

W W

79-76 70-62

L

95-78

W

62-58

L

68-62

W

33-13

W

74-64

W

60-58

L

61-41

W

97-81

W L W

89-73 50-47 77-60

L L

105-90 99-72

W

89-64

L 79-71 W 123-111 W 64-57 W 80-78 L 85-67

103


ALL-TIME VS. OPPONENTS 02/29/84 11/30/91 12/30/91 11/20/99 12/06/99

Statesboro, Ga. Statesboro, Ga. Cookeville, Tenn. Statesboro, Ga. Cookeville, Tenn.

GEORGIA STATE • (2-1)

12/28/73 Youngstown, Ohio (Youngstown St. Classic) 03/13/02 Cookeville, Tenn. (NIT Opening Round) 03/13/12 Atlanta, Ga. (CIT First Round)

GEORGIA TECH • (0-4) 12/14/78 11/30/84 12/27/07 11/11/16

Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga.

GREEN BAY • (1-1) 12/06/12 12/17/13

Cookeville, Tenn. Green Bay, Wis.

W L W L W

78-75 103-86 92-90 83-81 111-79

W

64-59

W

64-62

L

74-43

L L L L

W L

12/10/55 Cookeville, Tenn. W 12/18/57 Cookeville, Tenn. W 12/27/57 Shreveport, La. W (Louisiana Invitational Tournament) 12/04/65 Cookeville, Tenn. L 01/22/66 Abilene, Texas W

108-63 96-78 83-63 70-55

74-68 76-49

79-69 95-67 77-64 92-75 81-78

HARVARD • (1-1)

11/29/87 Jamaica, N.Y. L 87-83 (St. John’s Lapchick Tournament) 12/30/04 Charleston, S.C. W ot 98-93 (Saturn Shootout)

01/03/63 Cookeville, Tenn. W 12/09/88 Honolulu, Hawaii L (Hawaii Early Season Tournament) 12/29/02 Manoa, Hawaii L (Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic)

HIGH POINT • (1-1) 12/08/10 11/22/11

Cookeville, Tenn. High Point, N.C.

69-58 98-58 74-61

L W

Cookeville, Tenn.

HIWASSEE COLLEGE • (5-0) 1929-30 1929-30 12/16/10 12/07/14 11/28/16

Location Unknown Location Unknown Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn.

HOUSTON • (0-1) 01/02/67

104

Houston, Texas

W

Pocatello, Idaho Cookeville, Tenn. Pocatello, Idaho Cookeville, Tenn. Pocatello, Idaho Cookeville, Tenn.

ILLINOIS • (0-1)

Champaign, Ill.

ILLINOIS STATE • (0-1)

12/19/86 Nashville, Tenn. (Music City Invitational)

INDIANA • (0-3)

11/30/74 Bloomington, Ind. 12/06/83 Bloomington, Ind. 12/10/93 Bloomington, Ind. (Indiana Invitational)

INDIANA STATE • (1-2) 12/15/79 11/29/80 12/14/81

Terre Haute, Ind. Cookeville, Tenn Terre Haute, Ind.

INDIANA-KOKOMO • (1-0) 11/21/13

Cookeville, Tenn.

IOWA • (0-2) 01/24/70 12/22/15

Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa

IOWA STATE • (0-1) Ames, Iowa

84-80

80-69 62-57

112-56

50-23 41-36 113-42 87-48 80-47

L

95-69

80-69

L L L W L W

97-77 91-79 75-56 68-54 84-72 87-62

L

105-77

L

101-84

L L L

113-60 81-66 117-73

L W L

70-57 62-52 92-74

W

92-39

L L

96-68 85-63

L

89-74

11/17/13 Corpus Christi, Texas L 69-66 (Holiday Inn Downtown Marina Islanders Tournament)

Cookeville, Tenn.

JACKSONVILLE • (2-4)

12/15/61 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/18/62 Jacksonville, Fla. 01/01/65 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/06/71 Jacksonville, Fla. (Sunshine Classic) 12/29/03 Jacksonville, Fla. 12/19/04 Cookeville, Tenn.

KANSAS • (0-1) W W W W W

L

IPFW • (0-1)

JACKSON STATE • (1-0)

HILLSDALE (OKLA.) COLLEGE • (1-0) 12/19/13

01/02/93 01/03/94 12/29/97 12/29/98 12/17/02 12/02/03

11/24/15 W

Cookeville, Tenn.

IDAHO STATE • (2-4)

12/05/00

HAWAII • (1-2)

12/28/93 Hilo, Hawaii (Big Island Tournament)

12/08/67

12/17/88

HARDIN-SIMMONS • (4-1)

HAWAII-HILO • (1-0)

HOWARD PAYNE • (0-1)

11/27/09 Lawrence, Kan. (Hall of Fame Showcase)

KANSAS STATE • (0-2)

12/27/85 Portland, Ore. (Far West Classic) 11/18/06 Manhattan, Kan.

KENNESAW STATE • (1-0) 12/22/11 Las Vegas, Nev. (Las Vegas Classic)

KENTUCKY • (0-5) 12/06/89 12/01/93 11/28/03 11/30/04 12/22/07

Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky.

W L L L

85-68 74-67 72-61 86-72

L W

71-67 92-74

L

112-75

L

89-61

L

101-79

81-68

L L L L L

111-75 115-77 108-81 92-63 69-47

KENTUCKY WESLEYAN • (4-2) 02/02/57 02/06/57 12/07/57 12/17/57 02/17/60 02/29/60

Owensboro, Ky. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Owensboro, Ky. Cookeville, Tenn. Owensboro, Ky.

KING COLLEGE • (1-0) 01/12/02

Cookeville, Tenn.

LAMAR • (1-1)

W W W L W L

102-94 93-85 92-81 85-84 82-80 97-81

W

92-57

11/25/11

Cookeville, Tenn.

L

85-65

12/15/13

Beaumont, Texas

W

79-74

W

55-44

W W

93-62 84-72

L

109-93

W

66-57

W

41-25

L W L

51-44 59-41 57-53

W W

47-43 92-74

W W

50-46 59-48

W W W L W W W W W W

49-32 49-34 47-29 55-40 50-46 40-14 60-44 43-36 55-25 51-29

LAMBUTH COLLEGE • (3-0) 1946-47 Lebanon, Tenn. (TIAC Tournament) 12/17/95 Cookeville, Tenn. 11/15/97 Cookeville, Tenn.

LaSALLE • (0-1)

12/29/93 Hilo, Hawaii (Big Island Tournament)

LAWRENCE TECH • (1-0) 1948-49

Location Unknown

LEBANON • (1-0) 1936-37

Location Unknown

LINCOLN MEMORIAL • (3-2) W OT 86-82

W

1942-43 Location Unknown 1942-43 Location Unknown 1947-48 Location Unknown (VSAC Tournament) 1948-49 Location Unknown 12/10/66 Cookeville, Tenn.

LINDSEY-WILSON • (2-0) 1946-47 1946-47

Location Unknown Location Unknown

LIPSCOMB • (41-9) 01/10/41 01/22/43 02/01/43 01/08/44 02/15/44 02/06/45 02/10/45 01/26/46 02/15/46 01/14/47

Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn.

GOLDEN EAGLE BASKETBALL


ALL-TIME VS. OPPONENTS 02/04/47 Nashville, Tenn. W 59-36 02/28/47 Lebanon, Tenn. W 62-43 (TIAC Tournament) 12/08/47 Nashville, Tenn. W 55-50 01/07/48 Cookeville, Tenn. W 50-43 12/02/48 Nashville, Tenn. L 50-43 02/02/49 Cookeville, Tenn. L 50-45 12/01/49 Nashville, Tenn. W 61-49 02/20/50 Nashville, Tenn. W 49-41 01/10/51 Cookeville, Tenn. W 64-44 02/06/51 Nashville, Tenn. W 57-48 12/08/51 Cookeville, Tenn. W 55-37 12/19/51 Cookeville, Tenn. W 64-55 (Tennessee Collegiate Invitational Tournament) 01/04/52 Nashville, Tenn. W 42-36 03/03/52 Cookeville, Tenn. W 74-59 (NAIB State Tournament) 12/01/52 Nashville, Tenn. W 71-63 02/07/53 Cookeville, Tenn. W 79-69 12/01/53 Nashville, Tenn. W 68-66 01/28/54 Cookeville, Tenn. W 71-64 12/11/54 Cookeville, Tenn. W 71-56 01/03/55 Nashville, Tenn. W 71-67 01/10/56 Nashville, Tenn. L 76-69 02/13/56 Cookeville, Tenn. W 85-75 12/04/56 Cookeville, Tenn. W 94-70 02/18/57 Nashville, Tenn. W 72-71 12/05/57 Nashville, Tenn. W 106-78 02/17/58 Cookeville, Tenn. W 102-59 12/11/58 Cookeville, Tenn. W 102-79 12/01/60 Cookeville, Tenn. W 68-52 12/10/74 Cookeville, Tenn. W 104-68 11/18/08 Nashville, Tenn. W 83-72 12/01/08 Cookeville, Tenn. W 78-71 11/19/09 Nashville, Tenn. W 92-89 12/11/10 Cookeville, Tenn. L 98-94 12/10/11 Cookeville, Tenn. W ot 89-87 11/30/12 Nashville, Tenn. L 80-64 12/05/13 Nashville, Tenn. L 87-79 12/03/14 Cookeville, Tenn. W 84-79 12/05/16 Nashville, Tenn. W 81-78 12/01/16 Nashville, Tenn. L 104-85 12/17/16 Cookeville, Tenn. L 81-79

LIVINGSTON • (0-1) 12/20/76

Cookeville, Tenn.

LOS ANGELES STATE • (1-0) 12/20/61

Cookeville, Tenn.

LOUISIANA • (3-6) 12/05/62 01/23/84 01/24/85 11/30/85 01/30/86 12/15/86 02/28/87 02/06/90 11/28/90

Cookeville, Tenn. Lafayette, La. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Cookeville, Tenn. Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La.

LOUISIANA TECH • (1-0) 12/20/58

Cookeville, Tenn.

LOUISVILLE • (0-1) 12/17/01

Louisville, Ky.

L

W

66-64

85-75

W

73-63 L 2ot 93-91 L 82-80 W 71-66 L 59-51 L 93-91 W 89-82 L 98-95 L 101-85

W

91-72

L

70-66

@TTU_BASKETBALL

LOYOLA CHICAGO • (2-4)

03/11/63 Evanston, Ill. (NCAA Regionals) 12/23/97 San Juan, Puerto Rico (San Juan Shootout) 11/27/00 Chicago, Ill. 11/27/01 Cookeville, Tenn. 11/28/12 Chicago, Ill. 11/12/13 Cookeville, Tenn.

L

111-42

L

74-64

L W L W

76-73 87-76 81-78 74-69

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT • (0-1)

11/28/87 Jamaica, N.Y. L (St. John’s Lapchick Tournament)

MARQUETTE • (0-1) 01/18/83

Milwaukee, Wis.

MARSHALL • (1-4) 01/28/50 02/11/50 01/27/51 1951-52

Huntington, W.Va.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Huntington, W.Va.* Cookeville, Tenn.*

MARYVILLE COLLEGE • (2-0) 1952-53 1953-54

Location Unknown Location Unknown

MASSACHUSETTS • (1-0) 12/28/68 Evansville, Ind. (Evansville Invitational)

McKENDREE • (1-0) 01/26/80

Location Unknown

MEMPHIS • (23-26)

114-78

L

78-59

L W L L

88-43 74-70 72-61 59-56

W W

88-65 100-52

W 2ot 80-79

W

75-73

03/03/31 Martin, Tenn. W 42-32 (Mississippi Valley Tournament) 02/20/32 Memphis, Tenn. W 34-25 02/27/32 Cookeville, Tenn. W 31-23 01/26/34 Cookeville, Tenn. W 43-33 02/08/34 Memphis, Tenn. W 2OT 38-34 01/12/35 Cookeville, Tenn. L 35-33 01/19/35 Memphis, Tenn. W 29-27 01/18/36 Cookeville, Tenn. L 30-26 01/31/36 Memphis, Tenn. L 28-14 01/09/37 Memphis, Tenn. L 37-26 01/14/37 Cookeville, Tenn. W 22-21 02/12/38 Cookeville, Tenn. W 50-23 02/18/38 Memphis, Tenn. W 49-32 01/14/39 Cookeville, Tenn. W 37-35 02/03/39 Memphis, Tenn. W 44-40 01/20/40 Memphis, Tenn. L 38-27 01/27/40 Cookeville, Tenn. W 44-35 01/23/41 Memphis, Tenn. W 32-29 02/07/41 Cookeville, Tenn. L OT 43-41 01/29/42 Memphis, Tenn. L 32-29 02/13/42 Cookeville, Tenn. W 41-28 01/17/48 Memphis, Tenn. W 43-32 02/14/48 Cookeville, Tenn. W 58-44 01/22/49 Memphis, Tenn. L 67-57 02/19/49 Cookeville, Tenn. W 63-51 01/21/50 Cookeville, Tenn. W 66-49 02/03/50 Memphis, Tenn. L 56-39 12/05/50 Memphis, Tenn. L 59-53 02/17/51 Cookeville, Tenn. W 57-40 03/06/51 Memphis, Tenn. L 74-62 (NAIB State Tournament)

03/04/52 Cookeville, Tenn. (NAIB State Tournament) 01/10/53 Cookeville, Tenn. 01/24/53 Memphis, Tenn. 01/09/54 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/08/54 Memphis, Tenn. 01/22/55 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/19/55 Memphis, Tenn. 02/11/56 Memphis, Tenn. 02/20/56 Cookeville, Tenn. 01/19/57 Cookeville, Tenn. 01/22/57 Memphis, Tenn. 01/28/58 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/05/58 Memphis, Tenn. 01/17/59 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/17/59 Memphis, Tenn. 01/20/60 Memphis, Tenn. 02/02/60 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/01/61 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/18/61 Memphis, Tenn. 01/18/93 Memphis, Tenn. 03/23/02 Memphis, Tenn. (NIT Quarterfinals) 11/20/09 Memphis, Tenn. (Hall of Fame Showcase)

MERCER • (5-5) 12/07/74 01/02/75 12/09/76 02/09/77 12/15/77 02/15/78 01/31/83 02/19/83 12/22/84 12/21/85

Macon, Ga. Cookeville, Tenn. Macon, Ga. Cookeville, Tenn. Macon, Ga. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Macon, Ga. Macon, Ga. Cookeville, Tenn.

MIAMI • (0-4)

03/07/47 Bowling Green, Ky. (SIAA Tournament) 02/08/89 Miami, Fla. 12/23/04 Coral Gables, Fla. 11/11/11 Coral Gables, Fla.

MIAMI (OHIO) • (1-1) 12/18/15 12/22/16

Cookeville, Tenn. Oxford, Ohio

MICHIGAN STATE • (0-3) 12/28/05 11/28/10 12/10/16

East Lansing, Mich. East Lansing, Mich. East Lansing, Mich.

L

45-38

W L W L L L L W L L L L W L L W L L L L

55-40 96-83 94-73 81-58 96-73 85-45 96-77 90-81 101-74 89-73 64-63 76-59 82-79 63-60 84-65 69-67 83-70 82-73 101-71 79-73

L

92-59

W W W L L L W L L W

81-76 100-88 79-77 82-65 90-80 77-74 81-74 78-77 81-76 66-55

L

55-51

L L L

111-101 69-57 69-58

W L

77-64 66-58

L L L

80-63 73-55 71-63

MIDDLE TENNESSEE • (81-59) 1926-27 1926-27 1927-28 1927-28 1928-29 1928-29 1930-31 1930-31 1931-32 1931-32 1931-32 1932-33 1932-33

Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown

L L W L W L W W W L W W L

25-23 43-28 29-18 31-21 40-39 36-28 37-24 34-26 21-12 35-29 32-23 35-25 25-23

105


ALL-TIME VS. OPPONENTS 1933-34 1933-34 1934-35 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1936-37 1937-38 1937-38 1937-38 1938-39 1938-39 1939-40 1946-47 1946-47 1947-48 1947-48 1948-49 1948-49 1949-50 1949-50 1950-51 1950-51 1951-52 1951-52 1952-53 1952-53 1953-54 1953-54 1954-55 1954-55 01/19/56 02/04/56 01/12/57 02/04/57 01/13/58 02/15/58 01/12/59 02/14/59 01/26/60 02/13/60 02/11/61 02/22/61 01/23/62 02/19/62 01/14/63 02/18/63 01/27/64 02/24/64 01/16/65 02/15/65 01/15/66 02/21/66 01/09/67 02/11/67 01/08/68 02/10/68 01/04/69 02/15/69 01/05/70 02/14/70 01/02/71 02/15/71 01/17/72 02/12/72 01/13/73 02/12/73 01/12/74 02/11/74 01/13/75

106

Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown* Location Unknown* Location Unknown* Location Unknown* Location Unknown* Location Unknown* Murfreesboro, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Murfreesboro, Tenn.* Murfreesboro, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Murfreesboro, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Murfreesboro, Tenn.* Murfreesboro, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Murfreesboro, Tenn.* Murfreesboro, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Murfreesboro, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Murfreesboro, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Murfreesboro, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Murfreesboro, Tenn.* Murfreesboro, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Murfreesboro, Tenn.* Murfreesboro, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Murfreesboro, Tenn.* Murfreesboro, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Murfreesboro, Tenn.* Murfreesboro, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.* Cookeville, Tenn.*

W L L L W W W W W W W W L W W W W W L W L W W L W W W W W W L W W

21-15 38-27 30-24 27-22 31-26 27-26 43-37 44-29 34-26 50-23 37-32 38-34 47-43 58-34 52-40 47-38 66-56 75-54 69-46 56-45 55-53 51-37 59-35 57-56 66-54 85-62 77-67 92-81 78-71 70-68 78-77 71-65 73-68 L 2ot 85-80 L 84-77 W 76-65 W ot 73-69 W 98-75 L 87-75 W 76-69 W 70-64 L 88-78 L 75-68 W 61-58 W ot 64-63 W 81-61 W 61-60 W ot 61-57 W 81-76 W 109-100 W 87-79 W 91-73 W 108-77 W 82-71 L 83-72 L 76-62 W 67-65 W 67-58 W 74-70 W 57-51 L 90-72 W 74-58 L 69-60 L 66-55 W 59-58 W 75-70 L 78-67 L 93-81 L 69-67 L 67-65

02/08/75 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 01/17/76 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 02/16/76 Cookeville, Tenn.* 03/01/76 Bowling Green, Ky. (OVC Tournament) 01/10/77 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/05/77 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 01/14/78 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 02/11/78 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/13/79 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/10/79 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 01/10/80 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 02/07/80 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/08/81 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/05/81 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 12/19/81 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 01/31/82 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/15/83 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/12/83 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 01/07/84 Cookeville, Tenn.* 03/03/84 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 01/07/85 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 02/21/85 Cookeville, Tenn.* 03/01/85 Murfreesboro, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 01/06/86 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/03/86 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 01/05/87 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/02/87 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 01/13/88 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 03/03/88 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/16/89 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/25/89 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 01/08/90 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 02/03/90 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/26/91 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 02/11/91 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/20/92 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/15/92 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 01/23/93 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/15/93 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 01/29/94 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 02/17/94 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/28/95 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 02/09/95 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/11/96 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/15/96 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 03/01/96 Nashville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 01/11/97 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 02/08/97 Cookeville, Tenn.* 12/06/97 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/13/98 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 12/05/98 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 01/12/99 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/15/00 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/12/00 Murfreesboro, Tenn.* 02/29/00 Cookeville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 12/04/02 Murfreesboro, Tenn. 12/06/03 Cookeville, Tenn.

L L W L

L 73-68 L ot 97-91 W 65-60 L 57-51 W 83-73 W ot 76-72 L 65-62 L 77-68 L 86-62 L 53-50 L 88-63 W 75-61 W 82-67 L 71-68 W 70-60 W 68-66 W 70-64 W 74-70 L 54-52 L ot 79-77 L 83-80 L 114-79 L 116-65 L ot 69-67 L 2ot 92-89 L 79-77 L 89-68 W 100-75 W 79-69 W 73-68 L 93-88 W ot 99-90 L 97-76 L 86-73 W 65-63 W 69-68 W 73-69 W 77-75 W 78-65 L 78-68 W ot 77-71 W 89-69 L 80-72 W 77-68 L 67-48 L 80-60 L 67-56 W ot 75-69 W 78-66 L 108-104 L 87-70

MILLIGAN COLLEGE • (10-1) 1924-25 Location Unknown 1930-31 Location Unknown 1930-31 Location Unknown 1947-48 Location Unknown (VSAC Tournament) 1947-48 Cleveland, Tenn.

102-83 76-74 96-89 84-72

W W

70-66 87-36

L W W W

28-25 44-41 44-24 75-57

W

68-57

(NAIB Sectional) 12/14/74 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/06/75 Cookeville, Tenn. 01/04/77 Cookeville, Tenn. 01/03/84 Cookeville, Tenn. 01/02/85 Location Unknown 11/25/02 Cookeville, Tenn.

MILLSAPS COLLEGE • (2-0) 1932-33 Location Unknown 03/03/33 Jackson, Tenn. (SIAA Tournament)

MILWAUKEE • (4-2) 11/25/89 12/17/90 11/28/05 11/26/06 12/15/12 11/23/13

Cookeville, Tenn. Milwaukee, Wis. Cookeville, Tenn. Milwaukee, Wis. Milwaukee, Wis. Cookeville, Tenn.

MINNESOTA • (0-2) 12/27/86 11/13/09

Minneapolis, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn.

MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE • (0-1) 1934-35

Location Unknown

MISSISSIPPI STATE • (0-4) 11/26/90 12/21/91 01/05/93 11/26/97

Starkville, Miss. Cookeville, Tenn. Starkville, Miss. Starkville, Miss.

W W W W W W

88-80 114-99 103-85 69-48 99-62 99-67

W W

39-21 31-29

W L W W W L

85-71 82-73 72-67 78-69 69-58 70-63

L L

92-69 87-50

L

32-28

L L L L

109-76 90-84 110-65 83-57

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE • (3-1) 12/09/89 Jonesboro, Ark. (Citizens Bank Classic) 01/06/90 Cookeville, Tenn. 01/24/90 Itta Bena, Miss. 11/29/15 Cookeville, Tenn. (Air Force Classic)

MISSOURI • (0-1) 12/08/84

Columbia, Mo.

W

95-90

W L W

94-82 96-80 101-64

L

86-66

MONTANA • (0-1)

12/09/83 Missoula, Mont. L (Champions Holiday Tournament)

MONTEREY • (1-0) 1924-25

Location Unknown

MONTREAT COLLEGE • (1-0) 12/19/98

Location Unknown

N.C. STATE • (0-1) 11/12/10

Raleigh, N.C.

NASHVILLE ATH. CTR. • (0-2) 1943-44 1943-44

Location Unknown Location Unknown

NASHVILLE EAST Y • (0-1) 1927-28

Location Unknown

68-61

W

48-16

W

87-54

L

82-69

L L

58-26 52-41

L

25-21

GOLDEN EAGLE BASKETBALL


ALL-TIME VS. OPPONENTS NAVAL SEP. CTR. • (0-1) 1945-46

Location Unknown

NEBRASKA • (0-1)

12/14/90 Lincoln, Neb. (Ameritas Classic)

NEW MEXICO • (0-1) 12/08/01

Albuquerque, N.M.

NEW MEXICO STATE • (0-4) 12/30/67 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/27/68 Cookeville, Tenn. 01/25/69 Las Cruces, N.M. 11/18/15 Las Cruces, N.M. (Air Force Classic)

NEW ORLEANS • (0-2)

12/30/76 Erie, Pa. (Purreco Tournament) 11/24/78 New Orleans, La. (New Orleans Classic)

NEWBERRY COLLEGE • (1-0) 02/04/89

Cookeville, Tenn.

NICHOLLS STATE • (1-0) 12/06/60

Cookeville, Tenn.

NORTH ALABAMA • (1-1) 1950-51 1950-51

Location Unknown Location Unknown

NORTH CAROLINA • (0-1) 12/12/99

Chapel Hill, N.C.

L

60-52

L

113-92

L

87-80

L L L L

95-76 80-67 81-65 76-63

NORTHWESTERN • (2-0)

12/03/96 Evanston, Ill. 12/19/06 San Juan, Puerto Rico (San Juan Shootout)

84-75

L OT 71-69

W

110-75

W

48-45

L W

L

57-56 63-54

85-59

12/07/59 Location Unknown 2/17/07 Cookeville, Tenn. (ESPN BracketBusters) 11/24/07 Natchitoches, La.

NOTRE DAME • (0-2)

03/11/58 Evanston, Ill. (NCAA Regionals) 12/17/00 Notre Dame, Ind.

1945-46 1945-46

Location Unknown Location Unknown

OAKLAND • (0-1)

11/23/09 Cookeville, Tenn. (Hall of Fame Showcase)

OGDEN COLLEGE • (1-0) 1924-25

Location Unknown

OHIO • (0-1) 11/25/16

Athens, Ohio

OHIO STATE • (0-3)

12/21/93 Honolulu, Hawaii (Maui Classic) 11/24/98 Columbus, Ohio 12/07/02 Columbus, Ohio

NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL • (0-1)

OKLAHOMA STATE • (0-1)

NORTH DAKOTA STATE • (0-1)

OLD DOMINION • (0-1)

11/21/07

11/19/07

Durham, N.C.

Cookeville, Tenn.

NORTH FLORIDA • (2-0) 12/15/14 12/29/14

Jacksonville, Fla. Cookeville, Tenn.

NORTH TEXAS • (1-2)

11/25/78 New Orleans, La. (New Orleans Classic) 12/21/01 Denton, Texas 12/21/02 Cookeville, Tenn.

L

L

90-72

W W

82-80 87-84

L

85-83

L W

89-83 75-60

NORTHEAST LOUISIANA • (0-1) 12/11/73

Cookeville, Tenn.

NORTHERN FIELD • (1-0) 1942-43

Location Unknown

NORTHERN ILLINOIS • (0-2) 12/03/94 01/03/95

Cookeville, Tenn. DeKalb, Ill.

73-70

L

75-53

12/22/12

L L

@TTU_BASKETBALL

59-39

85-74 69-53

Stillwater, Okla.

03/28/16 Las Vegas, Nev. (Vegas 16 Tournament)

OLE MISS • (1-6)

12/22/59 Johnson City, Tenn. (Watauga Tournament) 12/28/62 Johnson City, Tenn. (Watauga Tournament) 12/03/79 Oxford, Miss. 12/03/80 Cookeville, Tenn 12/02/81 Oxford, Miss. 11/19/04 Oxford, Miss. 11/22/06 Oxford, Miss.

OLSON SWEDES • (0-1) 1931-32

W

72-60 66-65

Location Unknown

ORAL ROBERTS • (2-4)

12/11/93 Bloomington, Ind. (Indiana Invitational) 12/21/94 Cookeville, Tenn. 01/30/95 Tulsa, Okla. 12/02/95 Tulsa, Okla. 02/08/96 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/21/97 San Juan, Puerto Rico (San Juan Shootout)

W 84-82 W ot 85-84 L

OREGON • (0-1)

12/28/85 Portland, Ore. (Far West Classic)

L

91-60

L

69-54

W W

90-62 79-62

L

21-19

L

69-47

W

110-72

OREGON STATE • (2-1)

NORTHWESTERN STATE • (2-1)

OAK RIDGE CARD • (0-2) L

W W

83-81

12/26/85 Portland, Ore. (Far West Classic) 11/20/05 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/16/07 Corvallis, Ore.

PEABODY COLLEGE • (0-1) L

94-61

L

82-68

L L

71-32 61-29

L

77-56

1924-25

Location Unknown

PENN STATE • (0-1)

12/30/80 Nashville, Tenn. (Music City Invitational)

PIEDMONT COLLEGE • (1-0) 11/14/15

Cookeville, Tenn.

PIEDMONT INTERNATIONAL • (1-0) 11/14/14

Cookeville, Tenn.

PORTLAND • (1-0) W

21-13

L

68-57

L

98-77

L L

78-51 71-64

L

78-42

L

75-59

L OT 37-36 W

81-71

L L L L L

87-67 59-56 58-34 91-68 86-77

L

19-16

W

99-73

W L L L L

89-85 70-64 81-62 89-74 97-53

12/07/85 Wichita, Kan. (Pizza Hut Classic)

REINHARDT COLLEGE • (3-0) 02/08/01 12/04/01 11/15/11

Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn.

RICHMOND • (2-0) 12/18/61 01/20/62

Cookeville, Tenn. Richmond,, Va.

W

83-29

W

68-54

W W W

92-46 109-49 94-64

W W

94-82 83-70

L

70-64

W

85-72

RUTGERS • (0-1) 11/09/07

Piscataway, N.J.

ROBERT MORRIS • (1-0) 11/27/15 Cookeville, Tenn. (Air Force Classic)

SAM HOUSTON STATE • (2-0) 12/04/89 12/19/89 11/20/16

Cookeville, Tenn. Huntsville, Texas Cookeville, Tenn.

SAMFORD • (8-6)

12/16/68 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/05/87 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/30/87 Birmingham, Ala. 02/05/04 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/21/04 Birmingham, Ala.* 02/03/05 Birmingham, Ala.* 02/19/05 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/02/06 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/14/06 Birmingham, Ala.* 03/03/06 Nashville, Tenn. (OVC Tournament) 01/02/07 Birmingham, Ala.* 01/14/07 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/03/08 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/12/08 Birmingham, Ala.*

W W L

92-79 78-68 78-71

W 85-58 W 82-80 W ot 75-74 W 2ot 90-83 L 74-69 L 64-57 W 70-62 L 68-43 W ot 88-85 L 73-66 L W L W

68-65 73-59 62-59 57-47

107


ALL-TIME VS. OPPONENTS SEWANEE • (14-0) 1934-35 1934-35 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1939-40 01/18/41 02/21/41 01/17/42 1946-47 1946-47 1947-48 1947-48 1982-83

Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Cookeville, Tenn. Sewanne, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown

SIENA • (1-0) 01/21/56

Cookeville, Tenn.

SMYRNA BOMBERS • (0-5) 1943-44 1943-44 1943-44 1944-45 1944-45

Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown

SOUTH ALABAMA • (0-2) 12/07/79 12/11/80

Cookeville, Tenn. Mobile, Ala.

SOUTH CAROLINA • (1-1) 01/02/78 11/17/00

Columbia, S.C. Columbia, S.C.

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

W

88-71

L L L L L

53-35 42-37 52-45 61-41 56-48

L L

97-68 67-48

Orangeburg, S.C. Cookeville, Tenn.

Cookeville, Tenn. Hammond, La.

SOUTHERN • (0-1) 11/22/16

Baton Rouge, La.

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS • (0-4) 12/11/64 01/25/65 12/20/72 12/20/73

Carbondale, Ill. Cookeville, Tenn. Carbondale, Ill. Cookeville, Tenn.

SOUTHERN MISS • (5-6) 12/26/57 Shreveport, La. (Invitational Tourney) 12/13/58 Cookeville, Tenn. 01/02/62 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/15/83 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12/17/84 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/16/85 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12/22/86 Cookeville, Tenn. 11/27/89 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12/06/90 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/17/91 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12/22/92 Cookeville, Tenn.

108

12/10/77

Cookeville, Tenn.

SOUTHERN UTAH • (2-0) 11/22/08 11/25/09

Cookeville, Tenn. Cedar City, Utah

SPARTA ATH. CLUB • (2-0) 1927-28 1927-28

Location Unknown Location Unknown

L W

L W

68-51 73-67

1946-47

Location Unknown

SPU • (0-2) 1924-25 1924-25

12/19/70

Location Unknown Location Unknown

St Bonaventure, N.Y.

ST. FRANCIS (PA.) • (0-2) 12/22/70 02/04/72

Loretto, Pa. Cookeville, Tenn.

ST. FRANCIS (ILL.) • (1-0) 01/03/79

W L

L

12/22/78

Cookeville, Tenn.

81-62 86-68

80-68

72-53 84-83 88-57 74-72

L

65-48

W W L W L L L W L W

91-72 86-68 78-68 72-67 106-93 90-77 95-78 84-78 95-80 102-98

Location Unknown

ST. LEO • (1-0) 12/03/77

Cookeville, Tenn.

ST. MARY’S (CALIF.) • (1-1) 12/26/58 Evansville, Ind. (Evansville Tournament) 12/17/64 Cookeville, Tenn.

103-77

W W

69-68 72-65

W W

26-22 37-23

W

68-43

L L

30-13 37-23

L

82-58

L L

89-69 91-88

W

81-71

L

100-56

W

95-88

W

75-62

W

69-67

L

74-73

Cookeville, Tenn.

W

105-73

ST. PETER’S • (0-1)

12/29/04 Charleston, S.C. (Saturn Shootout)

L

65-62

STATE TEACHERS • (2-1) 1929-30 1929-30 1939-40

Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown

STETSON • (6-5)

03/02/33 Jackson, Tenn. (SIAA Tournament) 12/02/61 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/20/62 DeLand, Fla. 12/07/71 Jacksonville, Fla. (Sunshine Classic) 12/18/71 DeLand, Fla. 12/04/72 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/15/73 DeLand, Fla. 02/03/75 Cookeville, Tenn.

12/20/75 DeLand, Fla. 12/06/76 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/10/82 DeLand, Fla. (Hatter Classic)

TAMPA • (3-0) 02/07/53 02/06/63 02/10/64

Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn.

TEMPLE • (0-1)

12/06/85 Wichita, Kan. (Pizza Hut Classic)

TENNESSEE • (1-23)

ST. MARY’S (MINN.) • (1-0) 01/02/80

L L L L

Queens, N.Y.

ST. KILDA • (1-0) 11/27/76

72-52 79-65

W

SPRING HILL COLLEGE • (1-0)

ST. JOHN’S (N.Y.) • (0-1)

SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA • (1-1) 11/24/14 11/26/14

SOUTHERN TECH • (1-0)

ST. BONAVENTURE • (0-1)

SOUTH CAROLINA STATE • (1-1) 11/20/00 11/20/01

39-17 35-30 31-29 31-19 41-30 43-38 49-27 42-23 36-20 59-49 64-49 64-44 65-51 98-66

12/11/39 Knoxville, Tenn. 12/07/40 Knoxville, Tenn. 12/06/41 Knoxville, Tenn. 12/05/42 Knoxville, Tenn. 12/08/44 Knoxville, Tenn. 12/03/45 Knoxville, Tenn. 12/09/46 Knoxville, Tenn. 12/11/47 Knoxville, Tenn. 12/08/48 Knoxville, Tenn. 12/03/49 Knoxville, Tenn. 03/14/85 Cookeville, Tenn. (NIT First Round) 11/25/88 Knoxville, Tenn. 12/03/92 Knoxville, Tenn. 02/01/94 Knoxville, Tenn. 11/27/94 Knoxville, Tenn. 01/15/96 Knoxville, Tenn. 12/04/96 Knoxville, Tenn. 12/02/97 Knoxville, Tenn. 11/16/01 Knoxville, Tenn. 12/22/03 Knoxville, Tenn. 12/28/06 Knoxville, Tenn. 12/07/13 Knoxville, Tenn. 12/19/14 Knoxville, Tenn. 12/13/16 Knoxville, Tenn.

L W L

86-74 91-89 68-67

W W W

106-67 90-79 98-73

L

69-63

L L L L L L L L L L L

37-23 46-27 42-23 44-25 45-28 52-26 55-22 57-33 58-45 69-62 65-62

L L L L L W L L L L L L L

118-86 96-78 97-78 74-54 65-53 73-62 83-69 72-63 79-67 101-77 84-63 61-58 74-68

TENNESSEE EASTMAN • (1-1) 1945-46 1945-46

Location Unknown Location Unknown

TENNESSEE TEMPLE • (0-2) 12/28/79 Chattanooga, Tenn. (Choo Choo Classic) 12/15/97 Cookeville, Tenn.

L W

46-36 47-38

L

95-77

L

74-67

TENNESSEE WESLEYAN • (2-0) W L W

30-29 35-30 39-31

W

38-27

W L W

100-73 77-75 67-66

W W L L

97-74 103-88 72-56 74-66

01/28/41 11/25/94

Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn.

TEXAS • (0-1)

12/22/93 Honolulu, Hawaii (Maui Classic)

W W

42-40 94-74

L

97-85

TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI • (2-1)

02/09/72 Cookeville, Tenn. W 83-77 01/08/73 Corpus Christi, Texas L ot 85-84 11/16/13 Corpus Christi, Texas W 62-60 (Holiday Inn Downtown Marina Islanders Tournament)

TEXAS SOUTHERN • (1-0) 12/30/95 Boise, Idaho (Boise State Invitational)

W 2ot 100-96

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ALL-TIME VS. OPPONENTS TEXAS WESLEYAN • (1-0) 12/16/66

Cookeville, Tenn.

TEXAS-ARLINGTON • (2-0) 12/02/68 12/15/69

Cookeville, Tenn. Arlington, Texas

W

100-62

W W

83-74 98-92

TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN • (6-7)

12/08/62 Cookeville, Tenn. W 70-65 12/20/63 Edinburg, Texas L 73-65 01/23/65 Cookeville, Tenn. W 76-68 02/07/66 Cookeville, Tenn. W 98-55 01/03/67 Edinburg, Texas L 82-58 01/20/68 Cookeville, Tenn. L 75-71 01/27/69 Edinburg, Texas W 92-71 01/26/70 Cookeville, Tenn. L ot 83-82 01/23/71 Edinburg, Texas L 86-79 01/25/71 Edinburg, Texas W 80-74 01/08/72 Cookeville, Tenn. L 92-85 01/06/73 Edinburg, Texas W 73-71 11/15/13 Corpus Christi, Texas L 81-78 (Holiday Inn Downtown Marina Islanders Tournament)

TIFFIN • (1-0) 01/02/86

Cookeville, Tenn.

W

TOCCOA FALLS COLLEGE • (1-0) 01/11/00

Cookeville, Tenn.

TOLEDO • (0-3) 12/14/57 12/18/67 12/30/69

Toledo, Ohio Toledo, Ohio Toledo, Ohio

TRANSYLVANIA • (1-0) 1931-32

Location Unknown

TRINITY • (1-1) 12/13/69 12/12/70

San Antonio, Texas Cookeville, Tenn.

TULANE • (0-2)

12/08/89 Jonesboro, Ark. (Citizens Bank Classic) 11/30/14 New Orleans, La.

TUSCULUM • (1-0) 1952-53

Location Unknown

U.S. ROYALS • (1-0) 1944-45

Location Unknown

UC-SANTA BARBARA • (1-0) 12/16/61

Cookeville, Tenn.

UCF • (2-1)

01/30/85 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/10/85 Orlando, Fla. 12/21/06 San Juan, Puerto Rico (Hall of Fame Showcase)

UC CLERMONT • (1-0) 11/28/15

Cookeville, Tenn.

W

98-62

131-57

ULM • (1-1) 11/29/08 12/29/08

Cookeville, Tenn. Monroe, La.

UMKC • (5-1)

01/16/88 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/05/88 Kansas City, Mo. 12/08/90 Kansas City, Mo. 02/09/91 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/23/13 Cookeville, Tenn. (ESPN BracketBusters) 12/22/14 Kansas City, Mo.

UNC-ASHEVILLE • (2-1) 02/13/82 11/28/98 11/27/99

Cookeville, Tenn. Asheville, N.C. Cookeville, Tenn.

UNC-CHARLOTTE • (1-3) 12/01/70 01/04/72 02/01/73 02/04/74

Cookeville, Tenn. Charlotte, N.C. Cookeville, Tenn. Charlotte, N.C.

UNC-WILMINGTON • (1-1) 12/29/88 01/26/89

Cookeville, Tenn. Wilmington, N.C.

L L L

67-64 99-67 75-67

W

42-36

L W

92-88 101-86

L ot 93-91 L

73-68

W

99-78

W

72-31

W

W W L

W

62-54

70-55 77-62 73-66

91-66

USC • (0-1) 11/17/14

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Los Angeles, Calif.

56-54 58-55 87-78 84-74 68-62

W

81-60

W L W

91-66 88-74 85-51

12/17/73 01/06/75 11/09/13

Tampa, Fla. Cookeville, Tenn. Tampa, Fla.

50-46 47-31 81-67 97-54 87-40 95-46

W W L L L L L L W L W W L W W W L L L W W W W W W L

29-15 31-29 21-20 33-32 32-31 57-27 36-19 28-26 29-28 41-24 46-23 47-32 33-30 52-39 42-39 46-35 40-31 59-50 70-62 60-31 41-38 59-49 50-40 63-61 107-69 74-67

L

70-58

88-84 65-63 72-62

L

103-76

W L

74-71 75-66

W W L L

69-62 65-60 101-62 64-48

L

82-77

W L

88-70 89-80

W

81-73

W W L L L W W L W L L

42-37 21-16 34-31 48-47 56-32 70-44 54-40 106-71 72-71 99-79 97-64

L

89-65

W L L L L L

89-76 96-89 90-56 82-61 98-79 75-62

L

83-63

W

88-81

12/21/87 Las Vegas, Nev. (Rebel Roundup)

UTAH VALLEY • (1-1) 11/30/13 12/28/13

Cookeville, Tenn. Orem, Utah

UTEP • (2-2) 12/15/56 12/08/58 12/15/63 12/19/63

Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. El Paso, Texas El Paso, Texas

VALPARAISO • (1-0)

W W W W W W

L L L

UNLV • (0-1)

L 2ot 95-93 W 83-80

Location Unknown Bowling Green, Ky. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn.

Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Jackson, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Location Unknown Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn.

W W L W W

USF • (0-3)

VALDOSTA STATE • (1-2)

UNION UNIVERSITY• (14-12) 1932-33 1932-33 1933-34 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1936-37 1937-38 1937-38 1938-39 1938-39 1939-40 1939-40 01/27/42 02/19/42 1946-47 1946-47 1947-48 1947-48 1948-49 1948-49 1949-50 1949-50 12/01/58 12/09/67

108-70 85-78

L 62-49 L 86-80 W ot 74-68 L 81-65

UNION (KY.) COLLEGE • (5-0) 1942-43 03/06/47 02/04/84 11/13/07 12/14/08 12/30/09

W L

12/20/74 Owensboro, Ky. (All-American Tournament) 12/22/75 Valdosta, Ga. 12/13/76 Cookeville, Tenn.

01/30/78

Cookeville, Tenn.

VANDERBILT • (6-13)

1929-30 Location Unknown 1937-38 Location Unknown 1937-38 Location Unknown 1943-44 Location Unknown 1943-44 Location Unknown 1944-45 Location Unknown 1944-45 Location Unknown 12/23/76 Nashville, Tenn. 11/26/77 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/07/78 Nashville, Tenn. 12/29/80 Nashville, Tenn. (Music City Invitational) 12/19/86 Nashville, Tenn. (Music City Invitational) 11/29/89 Nashville, Tenn. 11/25/91 Nashville, Tenn. 11/30/94 Nashville, Tenn. 12/21/96 Nashville, Tenn. 12/13/03 Nashville, Tenn. 12/20/06 San Juan, Puerto Rico (San Juan Shootout) 12/20/08 Nashville, Tenn.

VCU • (1-0) 12/06/69

Cookeville, Tenn.

VIRGINIA INTERMONT • (1-1) 11/22/03 11/23/04

Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn.

VIRGINIA TECH • (0-1)

12/21/59 Johnson City, Tenn. (Watauga Tournament)

VIRGINIA-WISE • (1-0) 11/24/03

Cookeville, Tenn.

W W

96-76 102-62

L

78-74

W

90-47

109


ALL-TIME VS. OPPONENTS WEST GEORGIA • (2-1)

12/21/68 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/01/69 Cookeville, Tenn. 12/29/79 Chattanooga, Tenn. (Choo Choo Classic)

WEST TEXAS A&M • (2-0) 12/05/56 12/16/63

Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn.

WEST VIRGINIA • (0-1) 12/19/11

Morgantown, W.Va.

WESTERN CAROLINA • (5-2) 1942-43 1946-47 01/02/74 12/16/74 01/12/76 12/22/90 01/30/91

Location Unknown Location Unknown Cookeville, Tenn. Asheville, N.C. Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville, Tenn. Cullowhee, N.C.

WESTERN ILLINOIS • (1-1) 12/21/88 01/09/89

Macomb, Ill. Cookeville, Tenn.

W W L

67-53 112-68 97-82

W W

83-76 89-88

L

L 37-34 W 62-45 W 71-70 W ot 96-90 W 109-95 W 107-87 L 83-74

L W

WESTERN KENTUCKY • (20-79) 01/12/33 Cookeville, Tenn. 01/18/33 Bowling Green, Ky. 01/27/34 Bowling Green, Ky. 01/17/34 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/05/35 Bowling Green, Ky. 02/14/35 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/08/36 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/24/36 Bowling Green, Ky. 02/04/37 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/16/37 Bowling Green, Ky. 01/13/38 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/08/38 Bowling Green, Ky. 01/12/39 Bowling Green, Ky. 02/18/39 Cookeville, Tenn. 01/12/40 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/06/40 Bowling Green, Ky. 01/08/41 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/04/41 Bowling Green, Ky. 01/21/42 Bowling Green, Ky. 02/05/42 Cookeville, Tenn. 03/06/42 Bowling Green, Ky. (SIAA Tournament) 01/15/43 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/26/44 Bowling Green, Ky. 01/06/45 Bowling Green, Ky. 01/23/45 Cookeville, Tenn. 01/09/46 Cookeville, Tenn. 01/30/46 Bowling Green, Ky. 02/24/49 Louisville, Ky. (OVC Tournament) 02/24/50 Louisville, Ky. (OVC Tournament) 12/01/51 Bowling Green, Ky.* 01/16/52 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/13/53 Bowling Green, Ky.* 02/19/53 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/20/54 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/20/54 Bowling Green, Ky.* 01/24/55 Bowling Green, Ky.* 02/09/55 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/24/55 Louisville, Ky.

110

72-53

72-66 65-60

W L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L W L

35-32 34-31 36-21 30-22 38-28 29-24 42-25 43-23 32-24 30-20 40-23 31-19 40-24 42-36 41-29 38-28 42-16 51-31 32-31 45-34 61-35

L L L L L L L

60-24 61-24 41-31 49-41 60-31 60-27 73-42

L

79-60

L L L L L L L L L

89-62 64-55 99-61 74-61 62-51 108-63 81-73 80-68 80-65

(OVC Tournament) 01/28/56 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 101-79 02/28/56 Bowling Green, Ky.* L 86-75 03/07/56 Louisville, Ky. L 84-80 (OVC Playoff) 01/15/57 Bowling Green, Ky.* L 88-74 02/25/57 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 96-85 01/18/58 Cookeville, Tenn.* W ot 84-75 02/11/58 Bowling Green, Ky.* W 85-73 01/05/59 Bowling Green, Ky.* W 81-73 02/10/59 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 83-74 01/12/60 Bowling Green, Ky.* L 71-67 02/23/60 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 109-80 01/10/61 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 82-78 01/17/61 Bowling Green, Ky.* L 88-75 01/09/62 Bowling Green, Ky.* L 93-61 01/30/62 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 79-72 01/08/63 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 76-60 02/02/63 Bowling Green, Ky.* L 107-83 01/14/64 Bowling Green, Ky.* W 89-83 02/07/64 Cookeville, Tenn.* W ot 92-83 01/09/65 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 87-78 02/08/65 Bowling Green, Ky.* L 92-83 12/21/65 Louisville, Ky. L 78-63 (OVC Tournament) 01/08/66 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 120-92 02/14/66 Bowling Green, Ky.* L 85-72 01/07/67 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 91-80 02/13/67 Bowling Green, Ky.* L 80-71 01/06/68 Bowling Green, Ky.* L 78-72 02/12/68 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 75-74 01/06/69 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 86-80 02/17/69 Bowling Green, Ky.* L 90-54 01/03/70 Bowling Green, Ky.* L 99-70 02/16/70 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 100-64 01/04/71 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 95-82 02/13/71 Bowling Green, Ky.* L 67-57 01/15/72 Bowling Green, Ky.* W 75-72 02/14/72 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 81-71 01/15/73 Cookeville, Tenn.* W ot 96-90 02/10/73 Bowling Green, Ky.* L 75-67 01/14/74 Bowling Green, Ky.* W 60-59 02/09/74 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 78-77 01/11/75 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 84-80 02/10/75 Bowling Green, Ky.* L 75-69 01/19/76 Bowling Green, Ky.* L 88-69 02/14/76 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 105-97 01/08/77 Bowling Green, Ky.* W 88-81 02/07/77 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 101-86 01/16/78 Bowling Green, Ky.* L 86-75 02/13/78 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 81-69 01/15/79 Cookeville, Tenn.* W 75-68 02/12/79 Bowling Green, Ky.* L 80-66 01/12/80 Bowling Green, Ky.* L 97-72 02/09/80 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 75-56 01/10/81 Cookeville, Tenn.* L 65-51 02/07/81 Bowling Green, Ky.* L 72-59 01/16/82 Bowling Green, Ky.* L 51-50 02/11/82 Cookeville, Tenn.* W ot 70-64 12/30/86 Bowling Green, Ky. L 102-46 12/12/87 Cookeville, Tenn. L ot 57-52 12/28/90 Bowling Green, Ky. L 103-94 12/05/92 Cookeville, Tenn. W 99-92 12/30/02 Manoa, Hawaii L 74-51 (Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic)

WESTERN MICHIGAN • (1-2) 12/27/69 Kalamazoo, Mich. 12/09/72 Cookeville, Tenn. 03/16/11 Kalamazoo, Mich. (CIT First Round)

WILBERFORCE • (1-0) 11/27/11

Cookeville, Tenn.

WILLIAM PENN • (1-0) 01/07/74

Cookeville, Tenn.

WISCONSIN • (0-1) 12/31/90

Madison, Wis.

WITTENBURG • (1-1)

1959-60 Location Unknown 12/21/74 Owensboro, Ky. (All-American Tournament)

WSM-NASHVILLE • (2-0) 1928-29 1930-31

Location Unknown Location Unknown

YALE • (1-0)

03/19/02 New Haven, Conn. (NIT Second Round)

YMHA PEPS • (1-0) 1939-40

Location Unknown

L W L

88-76 87-68 74-66

W

84-83

W

78-53

L

71-65

L W

56-44 72-62

W W

25-22 62-26

W

80-61

W

37-30

YOUNGSTOWN STATE • (10-8) 02/09/81 Cookeville, Tenn. 02/21/81 Youngstown, Ohio 01/07/82 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/04/82 Youngstown, Ohio* 12/20/82 Youngstown, Ohio* 03/05/83 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/21/84 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/24/84 Youngstown, Ohio* 03/09/84 Morehead, Ky. (OVC Tournament) 01/21/85 Youngstown, Ohio* 02/25/85 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/27/86 Cookeville, Tenn.* 02/08/86 Youngstown, Ohio* 03/03/86 Akron, Ohio (OVC Tournament) 01/26/87 Youngstown, Ohio* 02/07/87 Cookeville, Tenn.* 01/18/88 Youngstown, Ohio* 02/20/88 Cookeville, Tenn.*

W 61-59 L 69-59 L 76-60 W 66-49 W 76-74 W 70-57 W 77-72 L 80-65 L ot 63-55 L W W L W

68-67 64-54 67-55 63-55 71-68

L L W W

115-87 74-65 79-59 81-71

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS First Last Opponent Meeting Meeting W L Abilene Christian 1958-59 1960-61 1 1 Air Force 1996-97 2001-02 2 2 Akron 1979-80 1986-87 8 9 Alabama 1977-78 2014-15 0 6 Alabama A&M 2016-17 2016-17 2 0 Alabama State 1990-91 1990-91 0 1 Alabama Teachers 1938-39 1938-39 1 0 Alaska-Anchorage 1987-88 1987-88 1 0 Alcorn State 2002-03 2002-03 1 0 Algood 1926-27 1931-32 2 0 Alpine Independents 1945-46 1945-46 1 0 Appalachian State 1977-78 2011-12 2 5 Arkansas 2015-16 2015-16 0 1 Arkansas State 1966-67 1996-97 6 3 Armstrong State 1976-77 1986-87 2 1 Asbury College 1999-2000 2004-05 3 0 Auburn 1980-81 2012-13 1 4 Austin Peay 1941-42 2016-17 72 69 Ball State 1971-72 2009-10 3 1 Baptist College 1975-76 1975-76 1 0 Baxter 1924-25 1924-25 1 0 Belmont 1956-57 2016-17 14 7 Bemis Y 1929-30 1930-31 2 0 Berea (Ky.) College 2012-13 2012-13 1 0 Berry Field Engineers 1944-45 1944-45 1 1 Bethel College 1924-25 1995-96 10 2 Bethune-Cookman 2011-12 2011-12 1 0 Biltmore 1930-31 1930-31 1 0 Birmingham-Southern 1931-32 1971-72 2 0 Bluefield College 1985-86 2010-11 7 0 Boise State 1995-96 1995-96 0 1 Boston University 1988-89 1988-89 0 1 Bowling Green Business 1926-27 1927-28 1 2 Bradley 1972-73 2006-07 1 2 Brevard College 2005-06 2005-06 1 0 Bryan College 1998-99 2009-10 5 0 Burk Terrors 1926-27 1931-32 2 5 BYU 1991-92 1991-92 0 1 Cal State Northridge 1961-62 1965-66 2 0 California 1988-89 1988-89 0 1 Camp Forrest 1942-43 1943-44 2 1 Canisius 1965-66 1965-66 1 0 Carson-Newman 1942-43 1981-82 2 1 Carthage Burleys 1945-46 1945-46 1 0 Caruthersville (Mo.) 1930-31 1931-32 2 1 Castle Heights 1924-25 1926-27 2 2 Centenary 1932-33 1983-84 5 4 Central Arkansas 2009-10 2009-10 1 0 Central Michigan 2016-17 2016-17 0 1 Central Missouri 1965-66 1965-66 1 0 Centre College 1946-47 1946-47 2 0 Chaminade 1993-94 1993-94 1 0 Charleston Southern 1999-2000 1999-2000 1 0 Chattanooga 1938-39 2014-15 41 17

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First Last Opponent Meeting Meeting W L Chicago State 1988-89 1988-89 1 1 Cincinnati 2002-03 2005-06 0 2 The Citadel 1957-58 1962-63 2 0 Clemson 1933-34 1984-85 3 3 Cleveland Celtics 1931-32 1932-33 0 2 Cleveland State 1973-74 1976-77 2 1 Clinch Valley College 1980-81 1997-98 8 0 Coastal Carolina 1987-88 2012-13 3 1 Coker College 1986-87 1986-87 1 0 College of Charleston 1991-92 1991-92 1 2 Connecticut 1993-94 1993-94 0 1 Cornell 1996-97 1996-97 0 1 Covenant College 1987-88 2000-01 6 0 Creighton 2002-03 2002-03 0 1 Crossville M. Guards 1943-44 1943-44 1 1 Crowley’s Ridge 2010-11 2016-17 3 0 Cumberland University 1924-25 2001-02 23 4 Dayton 2001-02 2005-06 1 1 Delta State 1940-41 1947-48 0 3 DePaul 1967-68 1967-68 0 1 Dixie Aces 1941-42 1942-43 3 0 DuPont 1930-31 1930-31 0 2 Duquesne 2011-12 2011-12 0 1 East Carolina 1992-93 1992-93 1 1 East Tennessee State 1929-30 2014-15 37 37 Eastern Illinois 1981-82 2016-17 25 14 Eastern Kentucky 1950-51 2016-17 60 74 Eastern Michigan 1975-76 2001-02 4 0 Evansville 1949-50 2012-13 3 11 Fairleigh-Dickinson 1978-79 1978-79 0 1 Florida 2007-08 2007-08 0 1 Floirda A&M 1982-83 2005-06 2 0 Florida Southern 1981-82 1982-83 1 1 Florida State 1957-58 2008-09 0 2 Francis Marion 1979-80 1979-80 0 1 Freed-Hardeman 1931-32 1989-90 5 0 Fresno State 1957-58 1959-60 2 0 Furman 1977-78 2016-17 1 2 Gainesboro Ram 1931-32 1931-32 1 0 Gannon 1976-77 1976-77 1 0 Gardner-Webb 2010-11 2012-13 1 1 Geneva College 1983-84 1983-84 1 0 Georgetown (Ky.) 1950-51 1952-53 2 1 Georgia 1991-92 1994-95 0 2 Georgia College 1984-85 1984-85 1 0 Georgia Southern 1964-65 1999-2000 6 3 Georgia State 1973-74 2011-12 2 1 Georgia Teachers 1950-51 1950-51 0 1 Georgia Tech 1978-79 2016-17 0 4 Green Bay 2012-13 2013-14 1 1 Hardin-Simmons 1955-56 1965-66 4 1 Harvard 1987-88 2004-05 1 1 Hawaii 1962-63 2002-03 1 2 Hawaii-Hilo 1993-94 1993-94 1 0

First Last Opponent Meeting Meeting W L High Point 2010-11 2011-12 1 1 Hillsdale (Okla.) College 2013-14 2013-14 1 0 Hiwassee College 1929-30 2016-17 5 0 Houston 1966-67 1966-67 0 1 Howard Payne 1967-68 1967-68 0 1 Idaho State 1992-93 2003-04 2 4 Illinois 1988-89 1988-89 0 1 Illinois State 1986-87 1986-87 0 1 Indiana 1974-75 1993-94 0 3 Indiana State 1979-80 1981-82 1 2 Indiana-Kokomo 2013-14 2013-14 1 0 Iowa 1969-70 1969-70 0 2 Iowa State 2000-01 2000-01 0 1 IPFW 2013-14 2013-14 0 1 Jackson State 2015-16 2015-16 1 0 Jacksonville 1961-62 2004-05 2 4 Jacksonville State 1937-38 2016-17 21 12 Kansas 2009-10 2009-10 0 1 Kansas State 1985-86 2006-07 0 2 Kennesaw State 2011-12 2011-12 1 0 Kentucky 1989-90 2007-08 0 5 Kentucky Wesleyan 1956-57 1959-60 4 2 King College 2001-02 2001-02 1 0 Lamar 2011-12 2013-14 1 1 Lambuth College 1946-47 1997-98 3 0 LaSalle 1993-94 1993-94 0 1 Lawrence Tech 1948-49 1948-49 1 0 Lebanon 1936-37 1936-37 1 0 Lincoln Memorial 1942-43 1966-67 3 2 Lindsey-Wilson 1946-47 1946-47 2 0 Lipscomb 1940-41 2016-17 41 9 Livingston 1976-77 1976-77 0 1 Los Angeles State 1961-62 1961-62 1 0 Louisiana Tech 1958-59 1958-59 1 0 Louisiana 1962-63 1990-91 3 6 Louisville 2001-02 2001-02 0 1 Loyola Chicago 1962-63 2013-14 2 4 Loyola Marmount 1987-88 1987-88 0 1 Marquette 1982-83 1982-83 0 1 Marshall 1949-50 1951-52 1 4 Maryville College 1952-53 1953-54 2 0 Massachusetts 1968-69 1968-69 1 0 McKendree 1979-80 1979-80 1 0 Memphis 1930-31 2009-10 23 26 Mercer 1974-75 1985-86 5 5 Miami 1947-48 2011-12 0 4 Miami (Ohio) 2015-16 2016-17 1 1 Michigan State 2005-06 2016-17 0 3 Middle Tennessee 1926-27 2003-04 81 59 Milligan College 1924-25 2002-03 10 1 Millsaps College 1932-33 1932-33 2 0 Milwaukee 1989-90 2013-14 4 2 Minnesota 1986-87 2009-10 0 2 Mississippi College 1934-35 1934-35 0 1

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS First Last Opponent Meeting Meeting W L Mississippi State 1990-91 1997-98 0 4 Mississippi Valley State 1989-90 1989-90 3 1 Missouri 1984-85 1984-85 0 1 Montana 1983-84 1983-84 0 1 Monterey 1924-25 1924-25 1 0 Montreat College 1998-99 1998-99 1 0 Morehead State 1949-50 2016-17 65 83 Murray State 1929-30 2016-17 50 130 N.C. State 2010-11 2010-11 0 1 Nashville Ath.Ctr. 1943-44 1943-44 0 2 Nashville East Y 1927-28 1927-28 0 1 Naval Sep. Ctr. 1945-46 1945-46 0 1 Nebraska 1990-91 1990-91 0 1 New Mexico 2001-02 2001-02 0 1 New Mexico State 1967-68 1968-69 0 4 New Orleans 1976-77 1978-79 0 2 Newberry College 1988-89 1988-89 1 0 North Alabama 1950-51 1950-51 1 1 North Carolina 1999-2000 1999-2000 0 1 North Carolina Central 2007-08 2007-08 0 1 Nicholls State 1960-61 1960-61 1 0 North Dakota State 2007-08 2007-08 0 1 North Florida 2014-15 2014-15 2 0 North Texas 1978-79 2002-02 1 2 Northeast Louisiana 1973-74 1973-74 0 1 Northern Field 1942-43 1942-43 1 0 Northern Illinois 1994-95 1994-95 0 2 Northwestern 1996-97 2006-07 2 0 Northwestern State 1959-60 2007-08 2 1 Notre Dame 1957-58 2000-01 0 2 Oak Ridge Card 1945-46 1945-46 0 2 Oakland 2009-10 2009-10 0 1 Ogden College 1924-25 1924-25 1 0 Ohio 2016-17 2016-17 0 1 Ohio State 1993-94 2002-03 0 3 Oklahoma State 2012-13 2012-13 0 1 Ole Miss 1959-60 2006-07 1 6 Olson Swedes 1931-32 1931-32 0 1 Oral Roberts 1993-94 1997-98 2 4 Oregon 1985-86 1985-86 0 1 Oregon State 1985-86 2007-08 2 1 Peabody College 1924-25 1924-25 0 1 Penn State 1980-81 1980-81 0 1 Piedmont College 2015-16 2015-16 1 0 Piedmont International 2014-15 2014-15 1 0 Portland 1985-86 1985-86 1 0 Reinhardt College 2000-01 2011-12 3 0 Richmond 1961-62 1961-62 2 0 Robert Morris 2015-16 2015-16 1 0 Rutgers 2007-08 2007-08 0 1 S.S.T.C. 1931-32 1931-32 1 0 Sam Houston State 1989-90 2016-17 2 1 Samford 1968-69 2007-08 8 6 Sewanee 1934-35 1982-83 14 0

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First Last Opponent Meeting Meeting W L SIUE 2010-11 2016-17 7 3 Siena 1955-56 1955-56 1 0 Smyrna Bombers 1943-44 1944-45 0 5 South Alabama 1979-80 1980-81 0 2 South Carolina 1977-78 2000-01 1 1 South Carolina State 2000-01 2001-02 1 1 Southeast Missouri 1991-92 2016-17 32 17 Southeastern Louisiana 2014-15 2014-15 1 1 Southern 2016-17 2016-17 0 1 Southern Illinois 1964-65 1973-74 0 4 Southern Miss 1957-58 1992-93 5 6 Southern Tech 1977-78 1977-78 1 0 Southern Utah 2008-09 2009-10 2 0 Sparta Ath. Club 1927-28 1927-28 2 0 Spring Hill College 1946-47 1946-47 1 0 SPU 1924-25 1924-25 0 2 St. Bonaventure 1970-71 1970-71 0 1 St. Francis 1970-71 1978-79 1 2 St. John’s (N.Y.) 1978-79 1978-79 0 1 St. Kilda 1976-77 1976-77 1 0 St. Leo 1977-78 1977-78 1 0 St. Mary’s (Calif.) 1958-59 1979-80 2 1 St. Peter’s 2004-05 2004-05 0 1 State Teachers 1929-30 1939-40 2 1 Stetson 1932-33 1982-83 6 5 Tampa 1952-53 1963-64 3 0 Temple 1985-86 1985-86 0 1 Tennessee 1939-40 2016-17 1 23 Tennessee Eastman 1945-46 1945-46 1 1 Tennessee State 1979-80 2016-17 32 32 Tennessee Temple 1979-80 1997-98 0 2 Tennessee Wesleyan 1940-41 1994-95 2 0 Texas 1993-94 1993-94 0 1 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 1971-72 2013-14 2 1 Texas Southern 1995-96 1995-96 1 0 Texas Wesleyan 1966-67 1966-67 1 0 Texas-Arlington 1968-69 1969-70 2 0 Texas-Pan American 1962-63 2013-14 6 7 Tiffin 1985-86 1985-86 1 0 Toccoa Falls College 1999-2000 1999-2000 1 0 Toledo 1957-58 1969-70 0 3 Transylvania 1931-32 1931-32 1 0 Trinity 1969-70 1970-71 1 1 Tulane 1989-90 2014-15 0 2 Tusculum 1952-53 1952-53 1 0 U.S. Royals 1944-45 1944-45 1 0 UC Clermont 2015-16 2015-16 1 0 UC-Santa Barbara 1961-62 1961-62 1 0 UCF 1984-85 2006-07 2 1 ULM 2008-09 2008-09 1 1 UMKC 1987-88 2014-15 5 1 UNC-Asheville 1981-82 1999-2000 2 1 UNC-Charlotte 1970-71 1973-74 1 3 UNC-Wilmington 1988-89 1988-89 1 1

Opponent Union (Ky.) College Union (Tenn.) College UNLV USC USF UT Martin Utah Valley UTEP Valdosta State Valparaiso Vanderbilt VCU Virginia Intermont Virginia Tech Virginia-Wise West Georgia West Texas A&M West Virginia Western Carolina Western Kentucky Western Michigan Wilberforce William Penn Wisconsin Wittenburg WSM-Nashville Yale YMHA Peps Youngstown State

First Last Meeting Meeting W L 1942-43 2009-10 4 2 1932-33 2008-09 15 10 1987-88 1987-88 0 1 2014-15 2014-15 0 1 1973-74 2013-14 0 3 1968-69 2016-17 36 13 2013-14 2013-14 1 1 1956-57 1963-64 2 2 1974-75 1976-77 1 2 1977-78 1977-78 1 0 1929-30 2008-09 6 13 1969-70 1969-70 1 0 2003-04 2004-05 1 1 1959-60 1959-60 0 1 2003-04 2003-04 1 0 1968-69 1979-80 2 1 1956-57 1963-64 2 0 2011-12 2011-12 0 1 1942-43 1990-91 5 2 1932-33 2002-03 20 79 1969-70 2010-11 1 2 2011-12 2011-12 1 0 1973-74 1973-74 1 0 1990-91 1990-91 0 1 1959-60 1974-75 1 1 1928-29 1930-31 2 0 2001-02 2001-02 1 0 1939-40 1939-40 1 0 1980-81 1987-88 10 8

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EBLEN CENTER RECORDS Team Records

Kevin Murphy

Individual Records

Most Points Tech: 131 vs. Toccoa Falls, 1/11/00 Opponent: 114 by Middle Tennessee, 1/5/87

Most Points Tech: 50 by Kevin Murphy vs. SIUE, 1/30/12 Opponent: 46 by Henry Domercant, EIU, 3/1/03

Most Field Goals Made Tech: 49 vs. Toccoa Falls, 1/11/00 Opponent: 50 by Middle Tennessee, 1/5/87

Most Field Goals Scored Tech: 16 by Clyde Hopkins vs. Covenant College, 11/22/91 16 by Kevin Murphy vs. SIUE, 1/30/12 Opponent: 18 by James Anderson, Union College, 2/4/84

Most Field Goals Attempted Tech: 93 vs. Covenant College, 11/22/91 Opponent: 94 by Southern Tech, 12/10/77 Highest Field Goal Percentage Tech: .653 (49/75) vs. Toccoa Falls, 1/11/00 Opponent: .696 (32/46) by Youngstown, 1/7/82

Most Field Goals Attempted Tech: 28 by Earl Wise vs. Freed-Hardeman, 1/5/89 Opponent: 30 by James Anderson, Union College, 2/4/84 Bobby McWilliams

Most Free Throws Made Tech: 47 vs. Western Kentucky, 12/5/92 Opponent: 38 by UT Martin, 1/27/01

Most Free Throws Made Tech: 15 by Torrance Rowe vs. Jackson State, 11/24/15 14 by Jud Dillard vs. Jacksonville State, 2/9/13 Opponent: 16 by Roy Booker, SEMO, 1/21/06 also by: Marcus Brown, Murray State, 2/14/94 and Arlando Johnson, Eastern Kentucky, 1/23/95

Most Free Throws Attempted Tech: 55 vs. Western Kentucky, 12/5/92 Opponent: 45 by Murray State, 2/14/94 45 by UT Martin, 1/27/01

Most Free Throws Attempted Tech: 18 by Damien Kinloch vs. Tennessee State, 2/22/03 Opponent: 18 by Roy Booker, SEMO, 1/21/06 18 by Rashaun Bowers, Tennessee State, 2/22/03

Highest Free Throw Percentage Tech: 1.000 (12/12) vs. Morehead State, 1/7/06 Opponent: 1.000 (9/9) Morehead State, 2/3/00 Most 3-Pointers Made Tech: 18 vs. Toccoa Falls, 1/11/00 Opponent: 15 by Covenant College, 1/30/01

Lorenzo Coleman

Highest 3-Point Percentage Tech: .667 (15/27) vs. Reinhardt, 2/8/01 Opponent: .591 (13/22) by Tenn. State, 1/28/06

Most Fouls Tech: 31 vs. Georgia Southern, 12/1/83 Opponent: 38 by Clinch Valley, 12/15/88

Most Turnovers Tech: 27 vs. Covenant, 12/3/83 27 vs. Coker, 12/6/86 27 vs. Minnesota 11/13/09 Opponent: 29 by Clinch Valley, 12/15/80 Most Blocked Shots Tech: 12 vs. Northern Illinois, 12/3/94 Opponent: 10 by Austin Peay, 2/15/01 Most Steals Tech: 26 vs. Covenant College, 11/22/91 Opponent: 16 by Belmont, 12/3/84

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Highest Free Throw Percentage Tech: 100% (14/14) by Jud Dillard vs. Jacksonville State, 2/9/13 100% (12/12) by Greg Bibb vs. Middle Tennessee, 2/9/95 Opponent: 100% (10/10) by Walker Russel, JSU, 2/9/06 (10/10) by Bruce Jones, Eastern Kentucky, 2/19/79 Most Three-Pointers Made Tech: 8, Bobby McWilliams vs. Morehead State, 2/10/90 Opponent: 8, Robert Taylor, Middle Tennessee, 1/20/92 also by: Darnell Mee, Western Kentucky, 12/5/92, Brad Cleaver, Morehead State, 2/3/02, Chez Marlos, Eastern Kentucky, 2/11/03, and Henry Domercant, Eastern Illinois, 3/1/03

Most Rebounds Tech: 71 vs. Southeast Missouri, 2/17/96 Opponent: 57 by Middle Tennessee, 1/16/89 57 by Sam Houston, 12/4/89

Most Assists Tech: 36 vs. Toccoa Falls, 1/11/00 Opponent: 27 by Austin Peay, 2/12/96

Highest Field Goal Percentage Tech: 100% (10/10) by Derek Stribling vs. Bluefield, 11/22/05 Opponent: 100% (9/9) by Jay Stapp, Belmont College, 12/9/78

Van Usher

Most Three-Pointers Attempted Tech: 15, Josh Heard vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1/21/99 Opponent: 15, Robert Taylor, Middle Tennessee, 1/20/92 also by Darnell Mee, WKU, 12/5/92 and Earl Bullock, UT-Martin, 2/8/03 Most Rebounds Tech: 22 by Lorenzo Coleman vs. Bethel, 12/10/94 Opponent: 18 by Jerry Davis, Tennessee-Martin, 12/6/82 18 by Warren Kidd, Middle Tennessee, 1/20/92 Most Assists Tech: 15 by Van Usher vs. Mississippi Valley, 1/6/90 15 by Van Usher vs. Austin Peay, 1/25/92 Opponent: 15 by Duane Washington, Middle Tennessee, 1/5/87 Most Blocks Tech: 10 by Lorenzo Coleman vs. Oral Roberts, 12/21/94 10 by Lorenzo Coleman vs. Lambuth, 12/17/95 Opponent: 6 by Hubert Register, Northern Illinois, 12/3/94 Most Steals Tech: 8 by Van Usher vs. Bethel, 11/23/90 8 by Van Usher vs. Covenant College, 12/3/90 8 by Jimmy Howell vs. Murray State, 2/5/79 Opponent: 8 by Duane Washington, Middle Tennessee, 1/5/87

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EBLEN CENTER RECORDS Milestone Victories

First Game: 1924 vs. Monterey (48-16) First Win: 1924 vs. Monterey (48-16) First Loss: 1924 vs. Cumberland University (25-28) 100th Win: 1940 vs. Union (52-39) 200th Win: 1950 vs. Chattanooga (48-44) 300th Win: 1958 vs. Morehead (78-70) 400th Win: 1/29/66 vs. Eastern Kentucky (103-93) 500th Win: 1/20/75 vs. Austin Peay (71-69) 600th Win: 2/11/84 vs. Austin Peay (75-70) 700th Win: 12/3/91 vs. Bethel College (116-93) 800th Win: 1/22/00 vs. Austin Peay (75-64) 900th Win: 2/17/05 vs. Jacksonville State (71-56) 1,000th Win: 2/26/11 vs. Jacksonville State (77-75) 1,100th Win: 2/4/17 at Eastern Illinois (87-68)

November: December: January: February: March:

Eblen Center Facts

Name - The center is named for long-time Tech athletic administrator and coach Hooper Eblen. He served the university for 33 years, and was instrumental in planning the football stadium and basketball arena. Capacity - There are 9,280 seats in the arena with cushioned theater-type seating throughout the lower level. Largest Crowds - A crowd of 10,352 squeezed into Eblen Center for a first-round NIT game against Tennessee on March 14, 1985. There have been two other sellouts. Surface - The wooden floor was put in place in Eblen Center in 1989 and underwent a facelift in the summer of 2008 with the floor getting a new design to include the current Tech logo and new men’s three-point line. Events - Eblen Center also hosts women’s basketball and volleyball contests, concerts, lectures and all of Tech’s graduation ceremonies. Tech Record In Eblen Center - The Golden Eagles enter the 2013-14 season with a 337-144 record in Eblen Center, including going 126-33 since 2000 for an .792 winning percentage.

Largest Home Crowds By Month

7,000 4,737 10,150 10,150 10,352

November 26, 1977 December 4, 1989 January 22, 1988 February 3, 1990 March 14, 1985

Attendance and Results in Eblen Center

Season........ G...... Record......... Attend........... Avg. .............OVC ......... Avg. 1977-78........13.............8-5..................48,800.............3,754.............30,500........... 4,357 1978-79........11.............9-2..................37,700.............3,382.............25,000........... 4,167 1979-80........15............5-10................34,900.............2,327.............19,750........... 3,292 1980-81........11.............5-6..................29,347.............2,668.............20,414........... 2,916 1981-82........14.............8-6..................43,552.............3,111.............31,829........... 3,979 1982-83........13............10-3................42,758.............3,289.............26,522........... 3,789 1983-84........12............11-1................48,049.............4,004.............36,038........... 5,148 1984-85........16............14-2................80,164.............5,010.............44,063........... 6,295 1985-86........12.............9-3..................54,023.............4,502.............36,727........... 5,247 1986-87........14.............7-7..................50,581.............3,613.............33,048........... 4,721 1987-88........13.............8-5..................50,572.............3,890.............33,897........... 5,650 1988-89........13.............7-6..................47,907.............3,685.............33,084........... 5,514 1989-90........12............10-2................58,639.............4,887.............39,813........... 6,635 1990-91........13.............9-4..................54,202.............4,169.............33,203........... 5,533 1991-92........13............11-2................49,432.............3,802.............31,992........... 4,570 1992-93........13............10-3................47,114.............3,624.............33,403........... 4,175 1993-94........10.............5-5..................34,163.............3,416.............29,186........... 3,648 1994-95........13.............8-5..................39,212.............3,016.............31,532........... 3,941 1995-96........12.............7-5..................41,572.............3,464.............30,572........... 3,821 1996-97........13.............9-4..................42,175.............3,244.............32,475........... 3,608 1997-98........13.............4-9..................28,833.............2,218.............22,550........... 2,255 1998-99........13.............9-4..................35,798.............2,754.............29,350........... 3,261 1999-00........14............11-3................47,251.............3,375.............34,306........... 3,811 2000-01........14............14-0................54,179.............3,869.............37,925........... 4,741 2001-02........14............14-0................50,834.............3,389.............35,000........... 4,375 2002-03........14............13-1................42,776.............3,055.............31,572........... 3,946 2003-04........15............11-4................46,579.............3,105.............33,897........... 4,237 2004-05........13............13-0................46,213.............3,555.............39,541........... 4,393 2005-06........15............12-3................45,509.............3,034.............35,676........... 3,568 2006-07........14............13-1................37,171.............2,655.............27,869........... 2,787 2007-08........13.............7-6..................24,331.............1,871.............20,731........... 2,073 2008-09........15.............8-7..................23,407.............1,560.............15,612........... 1,735 2009-10........14.............9-5..................22,368.............1,598.............17,692........... 1,966 2010-11........15............10-5................23,564.............1,571.............15,228........... 1,904 2011-12........14.............9-5..................28,086.............2,006.............21,233........... 2,654 2012-13........14.............9-5..................26,867.............1,919.............17,778........... 2,222 2013-14........14............10-4................22,471.............1,605.............16,472........... 2,059 2014-15........14............10-4................23,524.............1,680.............16,841........... 2,105 2015-16........15............14-1................27,972.............1,865.............21,069........... 2,634 2016-17........15.............7-8..................25,031.............1,669.............17,762........... 2,221 Totals.........538....... 378-161...... 1,617,626........... 3,007......1,110,650

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vs. Vanderbilt vs. Sam Houston vs. Austin Peay vs. Middle Tennessee vs. Tennessee

Eblen Center Firsts

First Event - TTU Invitational Volleyball Tournament, Sept. 20, 1977. Teams in first matches were UT-Chattanooga vs. UT-Martin, and Middle Tennessee vs. Tennessee. First Basketball Game - Dedicated on November 26, 1977, with the Golden Eagles defeating Vanderbilt, 72-71. First Points - Five-footer by Vanderbilt’s Charles Davis at 19:38. First Tech Point - A free throw by Marc Burnett with 19:22 to play in the first half. He was one-for-two. First Tech Basket - A 15-footer by Butch Blalock at the 18:21 mark. First Sellout - Tech’s NIT contest with Tennessee on March 14, 1985, drew a crowd of 10,352.

Eblen Center Streaks

Longest Winning Streak - 33; began Dec. 2, 2000, with an 86-70 victory over Eastern Michigan. Tech’s winning streak ended in their loss, 72-70, on Jan. 4, 2003, to Morehead State. Longest OVC Winning Streak - 21; began Jan. 20, 1999, with an 88-70 victory over Tennessee State. The last victory in Tech’s current streak of seven games was on March 1, 2003, with an 97-84 decision over Eastern Illinois. Longest Losing Streak - 7; began Dec. 6, 1997, with 67-48 loss to Middle Tennessee. Ended Feb. 5, 1998, with 77-57 win over Southeast Missouri.

Top Crowds in Eblen Center The Golden Eagles are 20-13 in home games before 6,000 or more fans. Attend............Date................. W/L.........................................................Results 10,352................3-14-85....................L.................................Tennessee 65, TECH 62 (NIT) 10,150................2-3-90......................W............................ TECH 79, Middle Tennessee 69 10,150................1-22-88....................L............................Austin Peay 78, TECH 56 (ESPN) 9,170..................1-6-86.......................L....................Middle Tennessee 79, TECH 77 (OT) 9, 021.................2-25-12....................L........................................Murray State 69, TECH 64 8,686..................2-11-91....................L..............................Middle Tennessee 93, TECH 88 8,565..................2-21-85...................W............................ TECH 74, Middle Tennessee 70 7,484..................2-16-91....................L........................................Murray State 72, TECH 64 7,244..................1-20-90...................W.........................................TECH 83, Austin Peay 81 7,211..................1-5-87.......................L........................... Middle Tennessee 114, TECH 79 7,180..................1-7-84......................W............................ TECH 70, Middle Tennessee 60 7,100..................1-22-90....................L........................................Murray State 81, TECH 75 7,012..................2-16-02...................W...............TECH 86, Austin Peay 84 / (ESPN) 2OT *7,000.................2-9-95......................W............................ TECH 78, Middle Tennessee 65 *7,000.................11-26-77.................W............................................TECH 72, Vanderbilt 71 *7,000.................2-11-78...................W............................ TECH 65, Middle Tennessee 60 6,975..................2-8-97......................W............................ TECH 77, Middle Tennessee 68 6,722..................1-16-89....................L..............................Middle Tennessee 79, TECH 77 6,703..................2-26-00....................L...................Murray State University 64, TECH 63 6,659..................1-14-89...................W..................TECH 73, Tennessee State 59 (ESPN) *6,648.................2-15-01...................W.........................................TECH 64, Austin Peay 62 6,582..................1-24-85...................W..............................TECH 58, Eastern Kentucky 57 *6,500.................1-13-79...................W............................ TECH 83, Middle Tennessee 73 6,400..................1-23-93....................L..............................Middle Tennessee 86, TECH 73 6,400..................1-28-89...................W..............................TECH 57, Eastern Kentucky 54 6,346..................1-20-92...................W...................TECH 99, Middle Tennessee 90 (OT) 6,282..................2-9-85......................W...........................TECH 53, Murray State 51 (2OT) 6,205..................1-15-00...................W............................ TECH 78, Middle Tennessee 66 *6,104.................1-29-05...................W................................ TECH 71, Tennessee State 50 *6,103.................1-25-01...................W.......................................TECH 85, Murray State 80 6,080..................2-26-90...................W................................ TECH 88, Tennessee State 79 6,070..................1-11-96....................L..............................Middle Tennessee 78, TECH 68 6,040..................3-03-88....................L..................Middle Tennessee 92, TECH 89 / 2OT * estimated crowds

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LARGEST MARGINS Largest Margins of Victory 75

2012-13

Crowley’s Ridge College

107-32

74

1999-2000

Toccoa Falls College

131-57

71

2010-11

Hiwassee College

113-42

65

1990-91

Covenant College

119-54

62

2010-11

Crowley’s Ridge College

106-44

60

2001-02

Reinhardt College

109-49

58

1991-92

Covenant College

116-58

58

2000-01

Asbury College

110-52

56

2002-03

Bryan College

104-48

56

2013-14

Hillsdale (Okla.) College

112-56

54

2014-15

Piedmont International

83-29

53

1996-97

Clinch Valley College

53

2009-10

Bryan College

53 2013-14 Indiana-Kokomo 51

1992-93

Clinch Valley College

49

2009-10

Union College (Ky.)

48

1953-54

Maryville College

48 1960-61 Chattanooga

74

POINTS

In a mid-season meeting with Toccoa Falls College in 1999-2000, the Golden Eagles set two school records. The only team to play in two separate centuries, Tech scored a program record 131 points to win by a then-best 74 points.

109-56 97-44

44

Brevard College

85-41

92-39

43 1957-58 Lipscomb

102-59

111-60 95-46

43

2005-06 1965-66

Pan American

98-55

43 2003-04 Virginia-Wise

90-47

100-52

43

2007-08

Union College (Ky.)

97-54

103-58

42

1999-2000

Asbury College

108-66

47

2008-09

Union College (Ky.)

87-40

41

1944-45

U.S. Royals

47

2016-17

Crowley's Ridge

98-51

41

2006-07

Bluefield College

110-69

46

2000-01

Reinhardt College

92-46

40

1961-62

East Tennessee State

103-63

45 1965-66 Chattanooga

103-58

40 1959-60 Chattanooga

98-58

62-17

40 1966-67 Chattanooga

98-56 92-52

45

1942-43

Camp Forrest

44

1988-89

Covenant College

105-61

40 1996-97 Cumberland

44

1969-70

West Georgia

112-68

40

75

2004-05

Virginia Intermont College

72-31

102-62

Largest Margins of Defeat

POINTS

69

On Nov. 10, 2012 the Golden Eagles used a fantastic team effort to down the Pioneers of Crowley’s Ridge by a school record 75 points. All ten available players for the game scored with Jud Dillard leading with 25 points.

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1962-63

Loyola Chicago

111-42

56 1986-87 Western Kentucky 55 1976-77 Clemson

102-46

53 1974-75 Indiana 52 1994-95 Connecticut 51 1986-87 Middle Tennessee

113-60

133-78 130-78 116-65

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RETIRED JERSEYS KITE

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STEPHEN KITE

Stephen Kite, a 2003 inductee into the Tennessee Tech Athletics Hall of Fame, is one of the most overall decorated athletes in Tech history. His name can be found all over the Tech record books as he ranks second in career steals (213), third in scoring (1,806), fifth in rebounds (844), and eighth in field goal percentage (.564). Playing in 113 games in his four-year career, The three-time team MVP set the freshman record for steals with 48 and the sophomore scoring record with over 500 points and an average of 18 ppg. In 1983, he garnerd Ohio Valley Conference Rookie of the Year honors as a freshman. He was also named Basketball News Freshman All-America Honorable Mention. An all-OVC selection in 1983, ‘84, and ‘85, Kite helped lead the Golden Eagles to the 1984-85 OVC Championship title, earning OVC Player of the Year honors and an honorable mention AP All-America nod.

EARL WISE

Earl Wise is best remembered for his impact on the Tennessee Tech record books and flashy play that entertained Golden Eagle fans for years. He sits atop the Tech all-time scoring list with 2,196 points scored over his four-year career. His 19.4 points per game ranks second in Tech history. He also racked up nearly 850 rebounds, good for fourth on the career list. As a freshman, Wise set a class record for scoring with 503 points. His first-year effort earned him OVC Newcomer of the Year and OVC Freshman of the Year honors. That same season, Wise was honored as an AP All-America Honorable Mention and a Basketball News Freshman All-America Honorable Mention. Over his four seasons as a Golden Eagle, he was named all-OVC three times, in 1988, ‘89, and ‘90. The two-time team MVP was one of just 37 former Tennessee Tech men’s basketball players to play professional ball either in the United States or overseas.

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I. PHILOSOPHY The retirement of an athlete’s jersey is one of the highest athletic honors that the University can bestow on a student-athlete. Although the honor is based primarily on athletic ability, it also recognizes that the student-athlete is a member of an academic community and has the accompanying responsibilities incumbent with that membership. Consequently, such an honor shall reflect the participatory as well as the non-participatory activities of the student-athlete. That is, the recipient shall be a model for future student-athletes both on and off the field/floor. II. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS The following list of criteria is not meant to be all inclusive, although items A and B shall be considered as basic requirements for all candidates. Additional criteria could be considered if they seem substantive and appropriate. It is not expected that a nominee will have met every one of the criteria listed. It is expected, however, that any limitations in one area shall be counter-balanced by superiority in other areas. The criteria to be considered are as follows: A. Be the recipient of a baccalaureate degree. B. Possess a positive public image.

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KENNY SIDWELL

Kenny Sidwell enjoyed one of the most successful playing careers in Tech history. The 1977 Tennessee Tech Athletics Hall of Fame inductee highlighted his career with two Ohio Valley Conference Championships, one in 1956 and another in 1958. He owns several records in the Tech record book inlcuding points per game as a freshman with 21.3, most free throws made in a game with 24 and most minutes played in a game with 59. Sidwell ranks ninth all-time in the Tech books in scoring with nearly 1,500 points in his four-year career. The three-time team captain earned all-OVC honors in 1955, ‘57, and ‘58 on top of garnering OVC all-tournament honors in 1955. In 1964, Sidwell made a return to Tennessee Tech basketball, becoming the program’s fifth head coach. He led the Golden Eagles from 1964-69, earning a 66-57 overall record over his five seasons at the helm.

JIMMY HAGAN

Jimmy Hagan made a habit of being the best and his performance at Tennessee Tech certainly proved it. Hagan is the highest draft pick ever produced by Tech, going to the Minneapolis Lakers with the 18th overall pick in the 1960 NBA draft. He holds numerous records as a Golden Eagle, despite only playing three seasons. Hagan is the program’s all-time leading rebounder with 1,108 in just three years. And while he only ranks eighth in points scored with 1,539, his 21.1 points per game is the highest in school history. He is the only Golden Eagle ever to average a double-double for their career. He holds school records for rebounds in both a game (30) and season (454). The twotime all-OVC selection also holds the record for highest scoring average in a season with 28.8 ppg in 1958-59 when he ranked third in the nation. A 1979 TTU Athletics Hall of Fame inductee, Hagan was a member of the 1957-58 Ohio Valley Conference Championship team. He also owns class records for rebounds as a sophomore, junior, and senior.

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C. Be named to a nationally recognized All-America Team. D. Hold some type of All-Conference Honors for at least two years. E. Be named All-Conference “Player of the Year.” F. Be a statistical leader in a recognized category as maintained by the Conference in that sport. G. Be a statistical leader in a recognized category as maintained by the University in that sport.

III. PROCEDURE A. The Coach, based on these guidelines, shall submit in writing with supporting documentation a nomination to the Athletics Director. B. The Athletics Director shall refer the nomination with a written recommendation to the Athletics Committee, which shall have final approval of all such honors. C. The honor shall be the retirement of the student-athlete’s jersey, not his/ her number. A coach may choose not to reissue a given number, but the retirement of the student-athlete’s jersey would not in and of itself require that the number never be worn again. D. It is anticipated that at the retirement of the student-athlete’s jersey, an award ceremony shall be held and the jersey shall be appropriately displayed with some sign of identification.

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TTU SPORTS HALL OF FAME Since its inaugural class in 1975, the Tennessee Tech Athletics Hall of Fame has inducted 34 former Golden Eagles with ties to the men’s basketball team. These men helped shape the foundation for Tech basketball and will forever be remembered for their contribution to both the Golden Eagles as well as Tennessee Tech University. 1975 INDUCTEE PRESTON V. (PUTTY) OVERALL Coach 1924-47

1977 INDUCTEE JOE B. SILLS Player 1929-30

1980 INDUCTEE DAVID C. WILLIAMSON Player 1927-33

1976 INDUCTEE RAYMOND H. (BULL) BROWN Player 1933-35 Coach 1948-55

1977 INDUCTEE EDDIE WATSON Player 1922, 1924-26

1982 INDUCTEE BANIS NORRIS Player 1931-34

1976 INDUCTEE ELWIN W. (WINK) MIDGETT Player 1930-33

1978 INDUCTEE HULAND DRAPER Player 1937-39

1983 INDUCTEE CHARLES PANGLE Player 1943-44

1976 INDUCTEE EMMETT T. STRICKLAND Player 1935

1979 INDUCTEE JIMMY S. HAGAN Player 1957-60

1984 INDUCTEE DON COOK Player 1947-50

1977 INDUCTEE HOOPER EBLEN Coach 1947-48

1979 INDUCTEE FLAVIOUS SMITH Player 1949-51

1985 INDUCTEE EARL CARRIER Player 1929-32

1977 INDUCTEE KENNY SIDWELL Player 191954-56 Coach 1964-69

1980 INDUCTEE ALBERT JOBE Player 1927-29

1985 INDUCTEE HOMER HAMDORFF Player 1936-38

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TTU SPORTS HALL OF FAME Since its inaugural class in 1975, the Tennessee Tech Athletics Hall of Fame has inducted 34 former Golden Eagles with ties to the men’s basketball team. These men helped shape the foundation for Tech basketball and will forever be remembered for their contribution to both the Golden Eagles as well as Tennessee Tech University.

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1986 INDUCTEE GLEN (PETE) DAVIS Player 1939-41

1990 INDUCTEE L.D. (SPEEDY) CARDEN Player 1946-49

1998 INDUCTEE BRUCE HARRIS Player 1952-56

1986 INDUCTEE RON SHUMATE Player 1957-60

1990 INDUCTEE JOHNNY OLDHAM Coach 1955-64

2003 INDUCTEE STEPHEN KITE Player 1983-86

1987 INDUCTEE R.L. HIGHERS Player 1943

1991 INDUCTEE RON FILIPEK Player 1964-67

2004 INDUCTEE ANTHONY AVERY Player 1986-89

1987 INDUCTEE FRANK JONES Player 1973-76

1993 INDUCTEE MARC BURNETT Player 1978-82

2013 INDUCTEE DAMIEN KINLOCH Player 2001-03

1988 INDUCTEE HERBIE MERRITT Player 1954-58

1993 INDUCTEE DR. WILLIAM HEADRICK Player 1941-42

2015 INDUCTEE WILLIE JENKINS Player 2002-04

1989 INDUCTEE JAMES G. (RED) JARRELL Player 1944-48

1996 INDUCTEE WAYNE PACK Player 1971-73

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TTU SPORTS HALL OF FAME 1975 Inductees Preston V. (Putty) Overall (1923-67) – Football, Basketball, Track, Baseball Creed Denton McClure (1937-39) – Football, Track B. Holmes Neal (1937-39) – Football Tom Fann (1950-52) – Football James Dearing Miller (1920-25) – Football 1976 Inductees Malcolm P. Quillen (1930-33) – Baseball, Football Raymond H. (Bull) Brown (1933-37) – Baseball, Basketball, Football, Track Elwin W. (Wink) Midgett (1930-34) – Baseball, Basketball, Football Sidney McGee (1939-68) – Sports Information Emmett T. Strickland (1933-36) – Football, Baseball, Basketball 1977 Inductees Hooper Eblen (1941-74) – Basketball, Baseball, Football, Track, Tennis, Golf Kenneth Sidwell (1955-56) – Basketball Joe B. Sills (1927-31) – Football, Baseball, Basketball Wilburn Tucker (1941-67) – Baseball, Football Eddie Watson (1922-28) – Football, Baseball, Basketball 1978 Inductees Benton Bilbrey (1940-43) – Track, Football, Baseball Huland Draper (1937-40) – Baseball, Basketball Jack Van Hooser (1951-54) – Football, Baseball Lonnie Warwick (1961-63) – Football Homer (Rudy) Schmittou (1959-62) – Football, Track 1979 Inductees Carl S. (Cotton) Barlow (1936-39) – Football, Baseball Tom Chilton (1956-57) – Track William Dupes (1949-51) – Football James S. Hagan (1957-60) – Basketball Flavious Smith (1948-52) – Football, Basketball 1980 Inductees Albert Jobe (1927-30) – Football, Baseball, Basketball, Track Jim Ragland (1960-63) – Football Marshall (Stick) Taylor (1953-56) – Football David C. Williamson (1927-33) – Football, Basketball Larry Schreiber (1966-69) – Football 1981 Inductees Frank R. Adams (1927-31) – Football Lowell Smith (1958-61) – Football James A. Carlen (1924-27) – Athletics 1982 Inductees David Baxter (1958-61) – Football Kenneth Broyles (1951-53) – Football Banis Norris (1931-35) – Basketball, Baseball Virgil Rains (1949, 1952-54) – Football Ray Thomas (1957-60) – Football 1983 Inductees Edward Gracey (1939-42) – Golf, Football, Track Gordon Mason (1957-61) – Football Charles Pangle (1943-45) – Football, Basketball, Baseball W. J. Shumaker (1957-59) – Football Jim Youngblood (1968-72) – Football 1984 Inductees Edward F. Etzel (1971-74) – Rifle William C. Francis (1949-52) – Football Don Cook (1948-51) – Baseball, Basketball Tommy Hackler (1959-60) – Football Edd Zegarski (1942, 1947-48) – Football, Track 1985 Inductees Earl Carrier (1929-34) – Football, Baseball, Basketball Ray Carter (1970-73) – Rifle Homer Hamdorff (1936-39) – Football, Baseball, Basketball Charles (Chuck) Kriese (1970-72) – Tennis 1986 Inductees Glen (Pete) Davis (1938-42) – Basketball, Football Elois Grooms (1972-75) – Football Mike Hennigan (1971-72) – Football Ron Shumate (1957-61) – Baseball, Basketball

1987 Inductees R.L. Highers (1940-43) – Football, Baseball, Basketball Frank Jones (1972-76) – Basketball L.C. (Lusk) Stubblefield (1938-42) – Football, Baseball 1988 Inductees Everett Derryberry (1940-74) – Administration Herbie Merritt (1956-59) – Basketball Dana Winningham (1972-75) – Football Kenneth (Moe) Wright (1955-57) – Football 1989 Inductees Noble Cody (1952-90) – Athletics James M. Gaylor (1951, 1955-57) – Football, Baseball Gayle Burgess-Hastings (1975-76) – Basketball James G. (Red) Jarrell (1944, 46-49) – Football, Basketball 1990 Inductees L.D. (Speedy) Carden (1946-50) – Basketball, Football Pam Chambers-Compton (1976-80) – Basketball Bobby Nichols (1960-63) – Golf Johnny Oldham (1955-64) – Basketball 1991 Inductees Ray Drost (1958-64) – Football, Baseball Ron Filipek (1964-67) – Basketball Rod M. Fitz-Randolph (1976-80) – Rifle Joseph (J.R.) Mulvihill (1967-69) – Football 1992 Inductees Robert Aylward (1970-73) – Rifle Jerilynn Harper (1979-82) – Basketball Jim Harrison (1943-49) – Baseball, Football Marynell Meadors (1970-86) – Basketball, Volleyball 1993 Inductees Marc Burnett (1977-82) – Basketball Dr. William Headrick (1941-43) – Basketball, Baseball Pam Cassity Smith (1973-77) – Basketball Don Wade (1968-82) – Football 1994 Inductees Murray Cunningham (1973-76) – Football Don J. Henderson (1946-49) – Football, Baseball Ed Hooper (1940-1998) – Athletics Hubie Smith Jr. (1950-56) – Golf 1995 Inductees Ed Burns (1975-79) – Football Kurt Fitz-Randolph (1976-80) – Rifle Rodney Moore (1975-79) – Track 1996 Inductees Eldon Burgess (1962-96) and Gene Davidson (1962-98) – Broadcasting Wayne Pack (1970-73) – Basketball Kim Tunnell-Suiter (1982-85) – Volleyball Mike Winchester (1972-75) – Baseball 1997 Inductees Wayne Anderson (1977-80) – Football Donley Canary (1973-77) – Baseball Jim Newkirk (1980-89) – Rifle Cheryl Taylor (1983-87) – Basketball

2002 Inductees John Fitzpatrick (1969-72) – Football Todd Kemp (1985-88) – Baseball Roschelle Vaughn (1990-92) – Basketball 2003 Inductees Becky Murray Isom (1982-85) – Volleyball Stephen Kite, Sr. (1982-86) – Basketball Steve Moore(1968-83) – Athletics Trainer Raymond Slonena, Sr. (1980-84) – Rifle Barry Wilmore (1982-85) – Football 2004 Inductees Anthony Avery (1986-90) – Basketball Beth Keylon (1992-94) – Softball Andrea Roark (1990-93) – Softball Delores Wheatley (1969-2004) – Academics 2005 Inductees Leonard “Sonny” Allen (1951-54) – Football Scott Baerns (1985-88) – Baseball David Mays (1974-98) – Baseball Coach 2006 Inductees Shawn Monday Smith (1986-90) – Basketball Cecilia Ramsey Fisher (1988-91) – Basketball Angelo Volpe (1987-2000) – President Melanie Gray Walker (1991-95) – Golf Bill Worrell (1981-2006) – Basketball Coach 2007 Inductees Dr. Thurston Banks (1973-2006) – Administrator Stacy Hughes Britt (19866-89) – Softball Dr. David Larimore (1976-2006) – Administrator Eddie Scott (1951-54) – Football, Track Ryan Weeks (1986-89) – Football 2008 Inductees Chris Hedman (1986-90) – Tennis Mark Maberry (1994-97) – Baseball John “Shakey” McClellan (1964-2007) – Supporter Rachel Melchiorre (1994-97) – Volleyball Tom Pack (1996-99) – Golf 2009 Inductees Dena Adams Fairley (1995-98) – Track, Cross Country Jim Bishop (1967-71) – Football, Baseball John Moorhead (1955-59) – Football, Track Tony Stone (1955-59/67-73) – Football/Coach Branon Vaughn (1995-99) – Football 2010 Inductees Steve Hawkins (1984-87) – Baseball Diane Seng Haynes (1996-2000) – Basketball, Volleyball, Track Brandy Henry Kleeman (1999-2000) – Softball Gene Palmer (1956-60) – Cross Country, Track 2011 Inductees Ralph Broyles (1959-60) – Football Chad Evitts (1997-2000) – Football Angie Duncan Hyche (1983-87) – Volleyball James “Redbone” McMillan (1958-61) – Football Esra Bayburt Roan (1994-98) – Tennis 2012 Inductees Kenneth Fults (1958-61) – Football Janet Holt Baker (1998-02) – Basketball Randy Smith (1988-06) – Administrator, Coach Grant Swallows (1998-02) – Football, Baseball

1998 Inductees Juan Escudero (1986-88) – Tennis Bruce Harris (1955-57) – Basketball Bob Joye (1967-80) – Football Derek Lane (1984-87) – Baseball

2013 Inductees Kylie Crouch (1997-01) – Golf Stephanie Dallmann (2000-03) – Softball Wes Gallagher (1996-99) – Football Lupita Hernandez York (2000-03) – Tennis Damien Kinloch (2001-03) – Basketball

1999 Inductees Jim Cornelius (1985-88) – Golf Johnny Donnelly (1989-98) – Supporter Melinda Clayton Hatfield (1986-90) – Basketball Elaine Proffitt Keagle (1978-82) – Rifle

2014 Inductees Casey Benjamin (2001-03) – Baseball Stephanie Busch Warren (1997-2000) – Volleyball Howard Cochran (1969-72) – Football Aaron Hupman (1971-72) – Rifle LeeAnn Mongar Shurette (2000-03) – Softball

2000 Inductees Bill Branch (1949-52) – Football, Baseball C. Stephen Lynn (1966-69) – Tennis Melanie Marshall (1986-89) – Volleyball, Basketball, Softball, Golf John D. Wall (1950-53) – Track Lana Ward (1987-90) – Rifle 2001 Inductees Matt Bulow (1987-90) – Tennis, Paralympics Angela Moorehead (1988-91) – Basketball Matt Stark (1977-80) – Rifle

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2016 Inductees Lori Bayless (2001-04) – Softball Marcia Borys (1976-01) – Administration Jillian Burns Elliott (2002-05) – Soccer Emily Christian Hughes (2002-06) – Basketball Allison Clark (1999-02) – Basketball 2017 Inductees Bonnie Bynum Graham (2004-07) – Softball Ron Humphrey (1969-72) – Track & Field, Football Scott Stallings (2003-07) – Golf Bobby Young (1961-64) – Basketball A period of 10 years must pass after they complete their eligibility before athletes can be nominated for the Tech Sports Hall of Fame. Nominations are due each year by June 30.

Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame P.V. "Putty" Overall................................1966 Emmett Strickland.................................1976 Raymond Brown....................................1983 Star Wood.........................................................1988 Tom Fann..........................................................1991 Hooper Eblen.........................................2000 Watson Brown...................................................2003 Jim Youngblood................................................2007 Bill Dupes..........................................................2010 Marynell Meadors.............................................2011 Chuck Kriese......................................................2018

OVC Hall of Fame Dr. Thurston Banks.................................. 1974-2006 Raymond Brown........................... 1933-1937 Dr. Everett Derryberry............................. 1943-1974 Hooper Eblen................................ 1941-1974 David Larimore........................................ 1977-2004 David Mays.............................................. 1974-1999 Marynell Meadors................................... 1970-1986 Bobby Nichols......................................... 1960-2008 Johnny Oldham............................. 1955-1964 P.V. Overall................................... 1923-1967 Malcolm Quillen...................................... 1930-1933 Dr. Arliss Roaden..................................... 1974-1985 Wilburn Tucker........................................ 1941-1967 Angelo Volpe........................................... 1987-2000 Don Wade............................................... 1966-1982 Bill Worrell.............................................. 1980-2006

College Football Hall of Fame Jim Youngblood...................................... 1968-1972

2015 Inductees D.J. Bleisath (1997-01) – Football Manny Goodman (1986-94) – Rifle Chris Moye-Hagood (1983-86) – Basketball Willie Jenkins (2002-04) – Basketball Frank Omiyale (2002-05) – Football

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Woman of the Year

Man of the Year

Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year

Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year

1991 - Dana Scott (Basketball) 1992 - Cecilia Ramsey (Basketball) 1993 - Bonnie Zoss (Volleyball/Track/BB) 1994 - Beth Keylon (Softball) 1995 - Taunya Lovelace (Basketball) 1996 - Merrie Robin Caldwell (CC/Track) 1997 - Dena Adams (CC/Track) 1998 - Rachel Melchiorre (Volleyball) 1999 - Amber Clark (Basketball) 2000 - Diane Seng (Basketball/Volleyball) and Collin Carmichael (Basketball) 2001 - Rachael Gobble (Basketball) and Adrienne Fortmann (Softball) 2002- Janet Holt (Basketball) 2003 - LeeAnne Mongar (Softball) 2004 - Alexis Boyd (Soccer) and Andrea Brown (Basketball) 2005 - Laura Sidorowicz (Volleyball) 2006 - Anne Morrow (Volleyball) 2007 - Kayla Garrison (Golf) 2008 - Beth Boden (Softball) 2009 - Kappy Lang (Volleyball) 2010 - Teresa Craig (Volleyball) 2011 - Brooke Mayo (Soccer) 2012 - Lindsey Reed (Soccer) 2013 - Kellie Cook (Basketball) 2014 - Meghan O’Donoghue (CC/Track) 2015 - Katie Phillips (Soccer) 2016 - Taylor Blazei (Soccer) 2017 - Sarah Brandt (CC/Track)

1993 - Ben Holt (Baseball) 1994 - Mike Kinney (Baseball) 1995 - Willie Queen (Football) 1996 - Gerald Bentley (Football) 1997 - Robert Taylor (Football) 1998 - Jeff Norman (Football) 1999 - T.J. Christian (Football) 2000 - Wes Gallagher (Football) 2001 - Larrie Smith (Basketball) 2002- Grant Swallows (Football) 2003 - Brent Jolly (Basketball) 2004 - Luis Aquerrevere (Tennis) 2005 - Brett Vavra (Football) 2006 - David McMahan (Football) 2007 - Anthony Ash (Football) 2008 - Thomas Nelson (Baseball) 2009 - Bradley Thompson (Football) 2010 - Josh Simer (Golf) 2011 - Kelechi Ordu (Football) 2012 - Corey Watson (Football) 2013 - Tristan Archer (Baseball) 2014 - Dennis Ogbe (Basketball) 2015 - Marty Jones (Football) 2016 - Stephen Bush (Football) 2017 - Daniel Williamson (Cross Country)

An Honored Staff Tory Acheson - Softball OVC Coach of the Year - 2003, 2006 Wayne Angel - Indoor Track & Field OVC Coach of the Year - 2017 John Blair - Women’s Volleyball OVC Coach of the Year - 2008 Matt Bragga - Baseball TBCA Coach of the Year - 2009, 2017 OVC Coach of the Year - 2010, 2013, 20 Bill Branch - Women’s Golf OVC Coach of the Year - 1994 Watson Brown - Football OVC Coach of the Year - 2011 Kenny Doyle - Tennis OVC Coach of theYear - 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017 Jennie Gilbert - Volleyball OVC Coach of the Year - 1997 David Green - Athletic Trainer TATS Trainer of the Year - 1994

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1994 - Beth Keylon (Softball) 1995 - Taunya Lovelace (Basketball) 1996 - Stacy Hughes (Softball) 1997 - Diane Seng (Basketball) 1998 - Diane Seng (Basketbal/VB/Track) 1999 - Diane Seng (Basketball/Volleyball) 2000 - Diane Seng (Basketball/Volleyball) 2001 - Janet Holt (Basketball) 2002 - Janet Holt (Basketball) and Lupita Hernandez (Tennis) 2003 - Stephanie Dallmann (Softball) 2004 - Lori Bayless (Softball) 2005 - Emily Christian (Basketball) 2006 - Bonnie Bynum (Softball) and Emily Christian (Basketball) 2007 - Bonnie Bynum (Softball) and Beth Boden (Softball) 2008 - Stephanie Fischer (Softball) 2009 - Stephanie Place (CC and Track) 2010 - Tacarra Hayes (Basketball) 2011 - Tacarra Hayes (Basketball) and Leah Meffert (Volleyball) 2012 - Tacarra Hayes (Basketball) 2013 - Diamond Henderson (Basketball) 2014 - Ellie Iaciofano (Soccer/Basketball) 2015 - Danielle Liberatore (Softball) 2016 - Cody Dodd (Volleyball) 2017 - Kari Naerdemann (Soccer)

1994 - Mike Jones (Football) 1995 - Greg Bibb (Basketball) 1996 - Michael Penix (Football) 1997 - Mark Maberry (Baseball) 1998 - Andre Caballero (Football) 1999 - Branon Vaughn (Football) 2000 - Branon Vaughn (Football) 2001 - Chad Evitts (Football) 2002 - Grant Swallows (Football) 2003 - Casey Benjamin (Baseball) 2004 - Willie Jenkins (Basketball) 2005 - Willie Jenkins (Basketball) and Frank Omiyale (Football) 2006 - Scott Stallings (Golf) 2007 - Scott Stallings (Golf) 2008 - Larry Shipp (Football) 2009 - A.J. Kirby-Jones (Baseball) 2010 - A.J. Kirby-Jones (Baseball) and Chad Oberacker (Baseball) 2011 - Zac Swansey (Basketball) 2012 - Tim Benford (Football) 2013 - Syrym Abdukhalikov (Tennis) 2014 - Daniel Miles (Baseball) and Brandon Thomasson (Baseball) 2015 - Alex Arovin (Tennis) 2016 - Eduardo Mena (Tennis) and Kevin Strohschein (Baseball) 2017 - Eduardo Mena (Tennis)

Tech Athletics staff members have won many honors and awards since 1986 Frank Harrell - Men’s Basketball TSWA Coach of the Year - 1991 Bobby Holloway - Softball OVC Coach of the Year - 1994 Tom Kelly - Rifle OVC Coach of the Year - 2001 Jeff Lebo - Men’s Basketball OVC Coach of the Year - 2000, 2001, 2002 Barry Lewis - Men’s Tennis OVC Coach of the Year - 2008 David Mays - Baseball OVC Coach of the Year -1993, 1995, 1997 Sytia Messer - Women’s Basketball OVC Coach of the Year, 2011 George Moody - Rifle OVC Coach of the Year - 2002, 2003 Bobby Nichols - Men’s Golf OVC Coach of the Year - 1990, 2005 Bobby Nichols - Women’s Golf OVC Coach of the Year - 2000, 2001

Steve Payne - Men’s Basketball OVC Coach of the Year - 2006 Jim Ragland - Football OVC Coach of the Year - 1992, 1993 Rob Schabert - Sports Information TTU Outstanding Professional - 2004 Qasim Sheikh - Women’s Soccer OVC Coach of the Year - 1998 Randy Smith - Men’s Tennis OVC Coach of the Year - 1991, 1992, 1999, 2006 Randy Smith - Women’s Tennis OVC Coach of the Year - 1999 Mike Sutton - Men’s Basketball OVC Coach of the Year - 2005 BWAA Most Courageous, 2006 NSC Kaia Jergenson Courage Award, 2006 Bill Worrell - Women’s Basketball OVC Coach of the Year - 1987, 1990, 1992, 2000 Bill Worrell - Men’s Tennis OVC Coach of the Year - 1986

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