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Cypress CHARGERS

2010-11 Men’s Basketball


2010-11 Charger Basketball Roster

2010-11 CYPRESS MEN’S BASKETBALL TABLE OF CONTENTS

Back Row (L-R): Allan Banker, Stanley Morgan, David Gonzalez, Anthony Williams, Eddie Wagner, Jesse Lewis, Montell Taylor, Matthew Bridge, Marquise Washington, DeAnthony Roberts, Jacob Nungaray, DeMarco Paige, Andre Winn. Bottom Row (L-R): Manager Chris Taylor-Brown, Michael Knight, Rufus Jemison, Coach Greg Brand, Coach Earl Brown, Coach Chris St. Clair, Head Coach Paul Bottiaux, Coach Ed Matillo, Coach Henry Tran, Reggie Abrams, Zack Zaragoza, Manager Balazs Bujdoso.

2010-11 Cypress Basketball Roster No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. Hometown - High School 3 Andrè Winn G 5’10” 142 Fr. Los Angeles - Venice HS 4 Eddie Wagner F 6’5” 190 Fr Los Angeles - Westchester HS 5 Michael Knight G 6’2” 195 So. Inglewood - Clarendon College/Crenshaw HS 10 Demarco Paige G 6’1” 175 Fr. Detroit, MI - Osborn HS 15 Reggie Abrams G 6’2” 190 So. Long Beach - Paramount HS 20 David Gonzalez G 6’1” 160 Fr. West Covina - West Covina HS 21 Allan Banker G 6’0” 165 Fr. Long Beach - Mayfair HS 24 Zack Zaragoza G 6’5” 215 Fr. Huntington Beach - Santa Margarita HS 32 Marquise Washington F 6’6” 227 Fr. Inglewood - Westchester HS 35 Anthony Williams G 6’3” 170 Fr Detroit, MI - Lincoln HS 42 Deanthony Roberts F 6’4” 230 Fr Cerritos - Gahr HS

Alphabetical

No. Name Pos. 15 Reggie Abrams G 21 Allan Banker G 20 David Gonzalez G 5 Michael Knight G 10 Demarco Paige G 42 Deanthony Roberts F 4 Eddie Wagner F 32 Marquise Washington F 35 Anthony Williams G 3 Andrè Winn G 24 Zack Zaragoza G

Credits and Charger Facts.................. 1 2010-11 Season Preview....................... 2 Head Coach Paul Bottiaux................. 3 Coaching Staff........................................ 4 Reggie Abrams........................................ 6 Andrè Winn............................................. 7 Eddie Wagner.......................................... 7 Michael Knight....................................... 8 Demarco Paige....................................... 8 David Gonzalez...................................... 9 Allan Banker............................................ 9 Zack Zaragoza....................................... 10 Marquise Washington........................ 10 Anthony Williams................................ 11 Deanthony Roberts............................... 11 Redshirts/Managers............................ 12 2011 Conference Opponents.......13-14 2009-10 Season Review................ 16-17 Don Johnson Court............................ 19 Charger Coaching History................ 20 Former MVPs....................................... 21 Former Chargers Moving On............ 22 Charger Record Book.................. 23-25 Support Staff......................................... 26 Charger Athletics................................. 27 Cypress College.................................... 28

Coaching Staff

Head Coach Paul Bottiaux (17th season) Assistant Coaches Chris St. Clair (5th season) Henry Tran (10th season) Greg Brand (29th season) Ed Matillo (1st season) Earl Brown (1st season)

By Class

Sophomores ........................ 2 Freshmen ............................. 9

Pronunciation Guide

Marquise Washington....... Mar-KEES Deanthony Roberts.......... DE-anthony

CREDITS

The 2010 Men’s Basketball Media Guide is a publication of the Cypress College Physical Education/Athletics division. Written and designed by Teresa Wang. Photos by Teresa Wang, Dustin Roe, and Jeff Benito. Printed by the North Orange County Community College District.

CHARGER FACTS College Information

Location.................... 9200 Valley View St. ........................................ Cypress, CA 90630 Founded........................................... 1966 Enrollment..................................... 14,000 Nickname................................... Chargers Colors.................................. Navy & Gold Association................................. CCCAA Conference...................... Orange Empire President............. Michael J. Kasler, Ed.D. Athletic Director................... Diane Henry Home Court........................ Thorpe House Capacity............................................... 2,300 Website............. www.cypresscollege.edu College Phone Number.... 714-484-7352 Division Phone Number.... 714-484-7000

Basketball Staff

Head Coach.......................... Paul Bottiaux ....................................................... (17th year) Email.......... pbottiaux@cypresscollege.edu Alma Mater........................ Michigan State Office Phone.......................... 714-484-7365 www.cypresscollege.edu/mbasketball Trainer...................................... Scott Tucker Equipment Manager....... Manny Verdugo Academic Counselor.............. Dana Bedard Athletic Secretary................ Yvonne Cota Division Secretary................. Lu Cayabyab

Sports Information

Sports Information Director... Teresa Wang E-Mail............. twang@cypresscollege.edu SID Phone............................. 714-484-7356 w w w. c y p r e s s c o l l e g e . e d u / a t h l e t i c s

Basketball History

First Season of Basketball.............. 1966-67 First Basketball Head Coach.. Don Johnson All-Time Record.............................. 806-557

2009-10 Season Review

2009 Record........................................ 13-16 Home Record............................................ 4-4 Away Record............................................. 6-4 Neutral Record......................................... 3-8 Conference Finish.................. 4th Place (T) Postseason Finish................................... N/A Last Opponent......... Santa Ana (L 67-80)

2010 Team Information

Letterwinners Returning/Lost...........1/11 Newcomers................................................. 10 Sophomores/Freshmen.......................... 2/9 First Opponent................................................ ........................................ L. A. Pierce College ............................................... November 12th

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2010-11 SEASON PREVIEW Head Coach Paul Bottiaux returns for his seventeenth season this year. Bottiaux and the Chargers are coming off of a 13-16 season and return just one player from last year’s squad. Cypress hopes to improve on their 4-8 conference record from last season and hope to propel themselves to the playoffs for the first time since 2001. Head Coach Paul Bottiaux has big hopes for this year’s squad:

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ith only one returning player from last year this year’s team has a lack of college basketball experience, so we will have to grow up a lot during the preseason. We will have to rely on each other to continue to move in a positive direction with the challenges that are in front of us. Unfortunately, during the preseason workouts we have been faced with a number of season ending injuries as well to some key players which limits our overall depth. The rest of our players need to stay healthy and strong as we compete in our tough schedule of games. Our success will be built upon – “Attention to Detail” in all of the things that we do and our continued Improvement in all aspects of the game. We are young, but we are greatly encouraged by our overall team competitiveness. Once again our schedule provides us the opportunity to pursue our best in playing an extremely challenging pre-season series of games and tournaments which should help prepare us for the always tough and quite arguably the best conference in the state – the Orange Empire Conference. It goes without saying that you really have to “bring it” each and every night in this conference. This certainly helps our players as they make the transition to the four year level. When they leave Cypress they truly are prepared for their next experience. Coaching Staff: We have a great group of coaches that help our athletes as they progress through their experience at Cypress. They are knowledgeable and proficient in their expertise about the game and are helping mold our players into better individuals both on and off the floor. Chris St. Clair works with our recruiting, defense, and individual improvement. Two new additions to the staff include Ed Matillo and Earl Brown who also work with our team defense and recruiting. Ed comes to us after over twenty years of head coaching high school experience and Earl served many years as an assistant at one of the winningest high school programs in California. Greg Brand who has been on the staff

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HEAD COACH PAUL BOTTIAUX

for the longest time, and Henry Tran continue to help support this program in a variety of ways ranging all the way from scouting to fundraising. Each of our staff provides their own level of experience and contributes a great deal to the direction of this program. Sophomores:

There is no doubt that a team’s success can be traced to the leadership and experience of your sophomores. Co-Captains, Reggie Abrams and Michael Knight return with proven experience and we will rely on them to help in the maturation of our younger players. Reggie started last year and was quite productive averaging about ten points, three assists, and two steals per game. Michael was a redshirt last year after transferring from a Texas juco, so he practiced with our team last year. These guys have been through the battles and will need to help our freshman through the early season, non-conference play.

PAUL BOTTIAUX Head Coach 17th Season Michigan State

Freshmen: This young group of players will truly make an impact on our team throughout the season. They are talented, eager to learn, and enthusiastic in their approach. Zack Zaragoza, a redshirt freshman transfer from Northern Arizona University, should be one of our main contributors at both ends of the floor. He has a great demeanor for the game and can really shoot the ball from distance. We will look for him to continue to grow on defense and rebounding which will greatly help in our team’s success. Marquise Washington can score in so many ways both inside and outside, when he puts his mind and focus in the right direction he is a formidable athlete who can really excel at a high level. Andre Winn will see some significant minutes this season. He has a high level of energy which he needs to be an impact player, because of his lack of size. Allan Banker returns after a redshirt year and could be one of our most consistent players on the season. David Gonzalez can really shoot the ball from distance and as he grows defensively will have a great impact on many games this season. Deanthony Roberts is a rugged inside player who can surprise you by his shooting touch. This team needs him to be an effective rebounder to improve our chances for success. Eddie Wagner, DeMarco Paige, and Anthony Williams will also see game time this year and could see more as the season progresses depending upon their overall development. They all bring certain positive aspects that can greatly contribute to our team.

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n his 17th season as the Charger head man, Bottiaux has been with the Cypress program since joining the staff as an assistant coach during the 1987-88 campaign when the Chargers reached the state tournament semifinals. Bottiaux surpassed the 200 win mark in 2009 with a 92-78 win over Vandenberg AFB. In his first 10 years as the head coach, Bottiaux directed the Chargers to five appearances in the Southern California Regional Playoffs. Bottiaux came to Cypress after ten successful seasons at Sonora High School in La Habra. He led the Raiders to the CIF II-A championship in 1983

BOTTIAUX’S RECORD AT CYPRESS Year Overall Conf. Record Record Postseason 1994-95 16-18 3-11 0-1 1995-96 14-18 5-9 0-1 1996-97 15-16 6-8 1-1 1997-98 15-16 6-8 1998-99 10-21 3-11 1999-00 14-18 7-7 0-1 2000-01 14-17 6-8 0-1 2001-02 14-17 3-11 2002-03 7-22 2-12 2003-04 16-11 7-7 2004-05 11-16 4-10 2005-06 15-15 4-8 2006-07 6-24 0-12 2007-08 14-17 4-8 2008-09 14-18 4-8 2009-10 13-16 4-8 Totals (16 years) 206-281 68-146 1-5 (.423) (.318) (.167)

and a runner-up finish in 1984. Bottiaux, who was selected CIF Coach of the Year in 1983, also directed Sonora to the Freeway League Championships in 1982 and 1984. As a player, Bottiaux was an all-City choice at Henry Ford High School in Michigan. He graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in Social Science and earned a master’s degree in Education at Cal State Fullerton. He lives in Placentia with his wife Joy and has four children, Kim, Tom, Paul, and Megan. He also has seven grandchildren.

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COACHING STAFF

oach St. Clair comes to Cypress from five seasons of experience coaching at Magnolia High School. He made a name for himself as a player first at Sonora High School as Orange County Player of the Year earning all-CIF, all-Freeway League, and Freeway League Most Valuable Player. He holds the Sonora record for career points

CHRIS ST. CLAIR Assistant Coach 5th Season

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oach Tran’s various responsibilities include scouting, marketing, recruiting, and organizing summer leagues. In his ninth season with the Chargers, Coach Tran has high school coaching experience at Huntington Beach (2000-01), Los Alamitos

(1996-2000) and Servite (1993-1996). Coach Tran has a masters from the University of Phoenix and an MBA from the University of Redlands. Since 2001, he has taught at the University of Phoenix. He resides in Brea with wife Kay, and children Kassidy and Kaden.

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atillo joined Cypress after 22 years as the head coach at Buena Park High School. While at Buena Park, he led the Coyotes to two Freeway League Championships and a school record twelve CIF appearances. Matillo also holds the school record for victories with 220. He was named the Freeway

ED MATILLO Assistant Coach 1st Season

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rown brings over forty years of coaching experience to the Chargers working at the high school, recreation, and club levels. He spent the past 23 seasons as an assistant at Westchester High School where the Comets won seven state titles.

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HENRY TRAN Assistant Coach 10th Season

League Coach of the Year three times and was the OC All-Star Coach in 1999. Matillo graduated from Cal State Fullerton, earned his teaching credential from Long Beach State, and then earned a Masters in Administration from National University.

REGGIE ABRAMS Brown founded the “Watts Magicians” program that produced eight NBA players and sixty Division I players spanning three decades. Brown played basketball and baseball at LA City College before being drafted by the Dodgers Organization. He played in the Minor League system from 1964 to 1968.

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with 1526. St. Clair earned a scholarship to Cal State Fullerton where he was a threeyear starter earning the Hustle Award and was second on the all-time three-point baskets made at CSUF. He is currently a History teacher at Magnolia high school and resides in Placentia.

2010-11 Player Profiles

oach Brand, the most senior member of the Chargers, has been with the Cypress program for almost thirty years. During his tenure, he helped the Chargers to two State Final Four appearances. He is the Vice President of Engineering at DRS Technologies in Cypress. Coach Brand coached on the junior

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EARL BROWN Assistant Coach 1st Season

varsity and varsity levels at Mayfair High School for eight seasons before coming to Cypress. While attending Mayfair, he played basketball and baseball. Brand earned allLeague recognition in basketball. He resides in Tustin Ranch with wife Sharon.


PLAYER PROFILES Points: Rebounds: Assists: Blocks: Steals:

PLAYER PROFILES

CAREER HIGHS

30 vs. Pasadena 8 vs. Irvine Valley 9 vs. Pasadena 2 vs. Santa Ana 5 twice, last vs. Irvine Valley

November 19, 2009 January 6, 2010 November 19, 2009 January 27, 2010 January 6, 2010

According to Coach Bottiaux... #15 REGGIE ABRAMS 6’2” Sophomore Guard Long Beach - Paramount HS

Reggie is a co-captain, possesses great skills for the game, and can contribute at both ends of the floor, when he “brings it.” There are not many players better at scoring off quick penetration or knock-down jumpers He can also board very well for his size; he gets up quick. Career Statistics

G-GS FG-FGA PCT 3P-3PA PCT FT-FTA PCT 2009-10 29-24 106-278 .381 38-119 .319 30-52 .577

Cypress Highlights: A returning starter for the Chargers from the 2009-10 season… averaged 9.7 points per game… picked up 95 rebounds and 89 assists… had 30 points and nine assists against Pasadena.

REB 95

AVG AST TO 3.3 89 73

High School Highlights: A threeyear letter-winner for the Pirates… averaged 15 points per game as a senior... also competed in the long jump and played volleyball.

BLK ST 5 42

TP AVG 280 9.7

Personal: Born on November 13th, 1991… mother is Brenda Purnell… siblings are Regina and Robert… majoring in kinesiology.… came to Cypress because, “it seemed like a good school to play at.”

#3 ANDRE WINN 5’10” Freshman Guard Los Angeles - Venice HS

Cypress Highlights: his freshman and sophoFirst year at Cypress. more seasons at WestHigh School Highlights: chester High School. A two year letter winner with the Gondoliers… averaged 10.8 points per game as a senior… spent

Personal: Born on April 26, 1989… mother is Michelle Steward… siblings are Johnathan, Joe, Alex-

is, Kevin, Elijah, Corgins, Alayjah, and Elon… majoring in kinesiology… also interested in photography and poetry.

According to Coach Bottiaux...

Andre is small but a great competitor, quick off the dribble, and could be our best defender. He continues to improve in all areas of the game and can shoot the three.

Cypress Highlights: the Comets as a senior. First year at Cypress. Personal: Born on March High School Highlights: 9th, 1992… parents are Earned a Division I CIF Latonya Brown and EdState Championship with die Wagner… siblings are

Jaron, Teoni, and Erica… majoring in computer science… came to Cypress for the, “great coach and staff.

#4 EDDIE WAGNER 6’5” Freshman Forward Los Angeles - Westchester HS

According to Coach Bottiaux...

Eddie could be a year away from being an impact player. He needs to gain experience and get stronger and by the end of the season he could become a major contributor. I like his work ethic and he has a great future in our program and beyond. 6

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PLAYER PROFILES

#5 MICHAEL KNIGHT 6’2” Sophomore Guard Inglewood - Crenshaw HS

PLAYER PROFILES

At Clarendon College: ing 17 points, seven asPlayed for the Bulldogs in sists, and ten rebounds the 2008-09 season. per game… played two High School Highlights: years at Fairfax High Played his senior season School… also played in with the Cougars averag- the 2D1 Basketball Acad-

emy and Pump n’ run. Personal: Born on March 31st, 1989… sister is Aisha… major is undecided… also enjoys bowling and go-kart racing.

#20 DAVID GONZALEZ 5’10” Freshman Guard West Covina - West Covina HS

Cypress Highlights: tion… broke the school First year at Cypress. record for most threeHigh School Highlights: point shots made in a A three-year letter win- year (76) and a game (8)... ner with the Bulldogs… a a CIF Honorable MenSecond Team all-San An- tion as a junior… was on tonio League selection the Honor Roll for two as a junior… a two-time years. League Honorable Men-

According to Coach Bottiaux...

According to Coach Bottiaux...

Michael is a co-captain and competes hard every night. He can surprise you with his moves to the basket and explosive first step. We will need to have him be a stable force for our team to be successful. I like his competitiveness and drive and he will play lots of different positions for this year’s team.

Cypress Highlights: Knights… was named First year at Cypress. all-City as a junior and a High School High- senior. lights: A standout for the

Personal: Born on Oc-

tober 14, 1991… father is DeMarco… brother is Mark… major is undecided.

David is a great shooter from distance but he needs to continue to get better on the defensive end of the floor. He needs to grow in strength which will help him advance to a higher level and will be a major contributor on offense.

#10 DEMARCO PAIGE 6’1” Freshman Guard Detroit, MI - Osborn HS

According to Coach Bottiaux...

I really like Demarco’s production on the floor. He needs to grow in our system of play and understand the significance of his contribution. He can score in many ways and can really be a lock-down defender. 8

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Personal: Born on Au-

gust 22, 1990… parents are David and Grace Gonzalez… siblings are Briana, Jacob, and Jordana… majoring in administrative justice… came to Cypress because, “The coaches are real coaches to me and correct the correctable.”

Cypress Highlights: Suburban League ChamFirst year at Cypress. pionships… graduated High School Highlights: with a 3.7 GPA. A four-year standout for the Monsoons… led the team to two straight

Personal: Born on March 13th, 1991… parents are Irma and Allan Banker…

siblings are Alyssa and Dwayne… major is undecided… came to Cypress because, “the system fits me well.”

#21 ALLAN BANKER 6’0” Freshman Guard Long Beach - Mayfair HS

According to Coach Bottiaux...

Allan practiced with last year’s team and knows our system of play very well. I like his demeanor for the game and understanding of how to play. He should play some significant minutes this season. Cypress College Chargers Men’s Basketball

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PLAYER PROFILES

#24 ZACK ZARAGOZA 6’5” Freshman Guard Huntington Beach - Santa Margarita HS

PLAYER PROFILES

Cypress Highlights: All-Orange County as a First year at Cypress. sophomore and Second High School Highlights: Team as a freshman… a A four-year standout for Second Team All-State the Eagles… led San- selection as a senior… ta Margarita to a state also earned two AAU Nachampionship in 2008… tional Championships. was named First Team

Personal: Born on Janu-

ary 7th, 1989… parents are Tino and Cindy Zaragoza… brother is Tino… major is undecided… came to Cypress because he, “thought it was the best fit for me and my game.”

According to Coach Bottiaux...

out with the Comets… led the team to three Western League Cham-

Personal: Born on February 13, 1992... parents are Makeba Washington and

Kevin Ball… siblings are Terence and Terreasa… majoring in business and communications… came to Cypress because he “felt that it will better my future both with sports and education.”

Anthony is a competitor who can explode to the basket, has a good touch from the perimeter, and can really be an effective defender as well. He needs to understand our system of play and continue to improve.

#32 MARQUISE WASHINGTON 6’6” Freshman Forward Inglewood - Westchester HS

According to Coach Bottiaux...

Marquise is a solid inside player, rugged around the basket, and can surprise you with his soft touch both inside and outside. He needs to get better attacking the offensive boards and defending in the open court. 10

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6’3” Freshman Guard Detroit, MI - Lincoln HS

Personal: Born on April 16, 1991… parents are Bonnie and Anthony Williams… sister is Asha… majoring in sociology… also interested in music.

According to Coach Bottiaux...

Zack is a mature player who contributes in so many ways. He has a great feel for the game, can shoot it very well from distance, but can also hurt you inside. He’s a good rebounder and continues to improve defensively. He should have a great year.

Cypress Highlights: pionships… won backFirst year at Cypress. to-back State ChampiHigh School Highlights: onships as a junior and A three-year stand- senior.

#35 ANTHONY WILLIAMS

Cypress Highlights: senior… scored a career First year at Cypress. high 41 points in a game High School Highlights: as a senior… was named A four-year letter winner Second Team all-State as with the Abes… a three a senior and Third Team year starter averaging as a junior… also excelled 21 points per game as a in football.

Cypress Highlights: Personal: Born on AuFirst year at Cypress. gust 30, 1988… parents High School Highlights: are Ramona Dennis and A one-year letter winner Ken Roberts… siblings are Deandre and Dewith the Gladiators.

onte… major is undecided… favorite quote is, “Yesterday is history, tomorrow a mystery, today is a present.”

#42 DEANTHONY ROBERTS 6’4” Freshman Guard Cerritos - Gahr HS

According to Coach Bottiaux...

Deanthony is a versatile post player who can help to this year’s team with his maturity. He is rugged on the boards but needs to gain experience in the college game to really have an impact. Cypress College Chargers Men’s Basketball

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REDSHIRT & MANAGER PROFILES High School Highlights: A two-time Most Valuable Player for the Saxons… earned the team’s Best Defensive honors as a sophomore and junior… averaged 14 points per game as a senior… also participated in track, baseball, and football.

2010-11 CONFERENCE OPPONENTS

Personal: Born on November 29th, 1990… parents are Sharon and Rufus Jemison… majoring in business… favorite quote is, “It is not how hard you go along the way, it is how hard you have to finish.”

Saddleback Fri., January 7 Saddleback 7:30 pm

Wed., February 2 Cypress 5:30 pm

Riverside Wed., January 12 Cypress 7:30 pm

Fullerton

Fri., February 4 Riverside 5:30 pm

Fri., January 14 Cypress 7:30 pm

Wed., February 9 Fullerton 5:30 pm

RUFUS JEMISON 6’3” Freshman Guard Loara HS - Gardena

High School Highlights: A senior letter winner with the Vaqueros in 2008-09… voted most improved as a freshman. Personal: Born on April 6th, 1991… par-

ents are Alfreda and Edward Lewis… siblings are Angel, Marquis, and Sharmaine… major is undecided… came to Cypress for, “the coaches and academic excellence.”

High School Highlights: A two year letter winner with the Mariners. Personal: Born on September 13th, 1991… parents are Erika and Javier Nungaray… sis-

JESSE LEWIS 6’5” Freshman Guard Irvine HS - Irvine

ter is Jane… major is undecided… came to Cypress “to get a good education and transfer to a university.”

JACOB NUNGARAY 6’1” Freshman Guard Pacifica HS - Garden Grove

High School Highlights: A one year letter winner for the Huskies. Personal: Born on November 18th, 1991… parents are James and Sharon

CHRIS TAYLOR-BROWN Manager 4th Season

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Taylor… siblings are Jasmin and Marquite… major is undecided… came to Cypress “because I thought it would be a good place for me.”

Taylor-Brown comes to Cypress as the team’s manager after knowing Coach St. Clair from Magnolia High School. While at Magnolia, TaylorBrown participated in the

marching band playing the clarinet and was the baseball team’s manager. At Cypress, Taylor-Brown is majoring in sports management.

Bujdoso comes to Cypress from Hungary where he won a national bronze and silver medal. He has career goals in

coaching and came to Cypress to learn from “its great program and coaching.”

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MONTELL TAYLOR 6’3” Freshman Guard JW North HS - Laguna Niguel

General Information

Location: Mission Viejo Nickname: Gauchos Colors: Red, Gold Athletic Director: Tony Lipold

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Andy Ground Record at SC (years): 58-13 (2) Record vs. Cypress: 4-0 Office Phone: 949-582-4580 Email: aground@saddleback.edu Assistant Coaches: Bob Becker, Darryl Brown, Bill Brummel, Pat Rogers

Manager 1st Season

Location: Fullerton Nickname: Hornets Colors: Blue, White Athletic Director: Scott Giles

Location: Riverside Nickname: Tigers Colors: Orange, Black Athletic Director: Barry Meier

Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Andre Smith Head Coach: John Smith Record at FC (years): 10-19 (1) Record at RCC (years): 141-56 (6) Record vs. Cypress: 1-1 Record vs. Cypress: 10-2 Office Phone: 714-992-7475 Office Phone: 951-222-8341 Email: asmith1@fullcoll.edu Email: John.Smith@rcc.edu Assistant Coaches: Rafael Spears and Assistant Coaches: Joseph Huff, Joshua Dwayne Williams. Thomas, Anthony Tyson

Team Information

Team Information

2009-10 Overall Record: 10-19 2009-10 OEC Record/Place: 2-10/7th Postseason: 0-0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 3/13 Roster Breakdown (So/Fr): 5/7 Sophomores Returning: 4

2009-10 Overall Record: 23-7 2009-10 OEC Record/Place: 10-2/1st Team Information Postseason: 1-1 2009-10 Overall Record: 29-5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/9 2009-10 OEC Record/Place: 9-3/2nd (T) Roster Breakdown (So/Fr): 11/4 Postseason: 5-0 Sophomores Returning: 9 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/10 Travon Caples, 6’3”, F, 1.5 ppg, 1.1 rpg Roster Breakdown (So/Fr): 9/4 Davie Champagnie, 6’8”, C, 3.0 ppg, 3.2 rpg Sophomores Returning: 6 Andrew Fisk, 6’5”, F, 4.4 ppg, 2.1 rpg Taylor Cunningham, 5’8”, G, 3.3 ppg, 0.7 rpg Johnel Gray, 6’3”, G, 5.1 ppg, 1.8 rpg Marquise Green, 6’4”, G, 3.0 ppg, 0.9 rpg Vincent Hatter-Rolland, 6’9”, F, 1.6 ppg, 1.4 rpg Terrel Mack, 6’5”, G, 6.8 ppg, 2.1 rpg

Team Information

BALAZS BUJDOSO

General Information

General Information

SID Contact: Jerry Hannula Office Phone: 949-582-4490 Email: jhannula@saddleback.edu Athletic Web Site: www.saddleback.edu/athletics Series Streak: 5, Saddleback Last Year’s Meetings: SC def. CC, 94-87 in Cypress 1/13/10; SC def. CC, 93-60 in Saddleback 2/5/10.

Terrel Jasper, 6’6”, C, 1.0 ppg, 1.1 rpg Deondrae Lewis, 6’4”, F, 4.2 ppg, 2.8 rpg Orion Palmer, 6’7”, F, 5.2 ppg, 4.6 rpg Shawn Sawyer, 6’6”, F, 2.1 ppg, 1.7 rpg Dashaun Thomas, 6’0”, G, 0.7 ppg, 0.3 rpg Larry Thompkins, 6’3”, G, 1.1 ppg, 0.8 rpg

Team Information

SID Contact: Robert Schmidt Office Phone: 951-222-8032 Email: robert.schmidt@rcc.edu Athletic Web Site: riverside.trivalley.com Series Streak: 8, Riverside Last Year’s Meetings: RCC def. CC, 8270 in Cypress 1/22/10; RCC def. CC 91-69 in Riverside 2/17/10.

Gregory Bewernick, 6’4”, G, 6.5 ppg, 2.6 rpg Tsung-Hsun Chuang, 6’5”, F, 3.2 ppg, 3.4 rpg Ayokunna Shofu, 6’5”, F, 10.7 ppg, 6.7 rpg Serdanna Wright, 6’3”, G, 11.7 ppg, 3.2 rpg

Team Information

SID Contact: Phil Thurman Office Phone: 714-992-7000 Email: pthurman@fullcoll.edu Athletic Web Site: sports.fullcoll.edu Series Streak: 1, Cypress Last Year’s Meetings: FC def. CC, 77-76 in Cypress 1/8/10, CC def. FC 85-68 in Fullerton 2/3/10.

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2010-11 CONFERENCE OPPONENTS Orange Coast Wed, January 19 Orange Coast 7:30 pm

Fri, February 11 Cypress 5:30 pm

Santa Ana Fri., January 21 Santa Ana 7:30 pm

Wed, February 16 Cypress 5:30 pm

Irvine Valley Wed., January 26 Cypress 7:30 pm

Fri., February 18 Irvine Valley 7:30 pm

General Information

General Information

Location: Costa Mesa Nickname: Pirates Colors: Orange, Blue Athletic Director: Steve Tamanaha

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Steve Spencer Record at OCC (years): 115-150 (9) Record vs. Cypress: 9-9 Office Phone: 714-432-5124 Email: sspencer@mail.occ.cccd.edu Assistant Coaches: Ian Jennings, Guy Perry, Steve Tamanaha, Duy Tran

Team Information

2009-10 Overall Record: 10-17 2009-10 OEC Record/Place: 4-8/4th (T) Postseason: 0-0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 2/15 Roster Breakdown (So/Fr): 3/12 Sophomores Returning: 3 Eddie Chavez, 5’10”, G, 1.5 ppg, 1.3 rpg Jake Fedro, 6’2”, G, 8.2 ppg, 3.3 rpg Chris Williams, 6’1”, G, 7.0 ppg, 4.7 rpg

Team Information

General Information

Location: Santa Ana Nickname: Dons Colors: Red, Black, White Athletic Director: Larry Johnston

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: David Breig Record at SAC (years): 93-111 (7) Record vs. Cypress: 7-7 Office Phone: 714-564-6923 Email: breig_david@sac.edu Assistant Coaches: John Emaguna, Edmin Fisher, Jeff Postlmayr

Team Information

2009-10 Overall Record: 13-15 2009-10 OEC Record/Place: 4-8/4th (T) Postseason: 1-1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 2/13 Roster Breakdown (So/Fr): 9/6 Sophomores Returning: 3 Marquis Bias, 6’0”, G, 1.8 ppg, 1.6 rpg Brian Gonzales, 6’8”, C, 2.4 ppg, 1.9 rpg Yama Kader, 6’1”, G, 7.6 ppg, 3.1 rpg

Location: Irvine Nickname: Lasers Colors: Blue, White Athletic Director: Keith Shackleford

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Jerry Hernandez Record at IVC (years): 294-175 (15) Record vs. Cypress: 26-15 Office Phone: 949-451-5691 Email: jhernandez@ivc.edu Assistant Coaches: Drew Alhadeff, Jason Garey, Tandy Gillis

Team Information

2009-10 Overall Record: 26-5 2009-10 OEC Record/Place: 9-3/2nd (T) Postseason: 2-1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 2/9 Roster Breakdown (So/Fr): 5/9 Sophomores Returning: 2 Sean Donovan, 6’4”, F, 3.5 ppg, 1.9 rpg Joe Eberhard, 6’6”, F, 9.9 ppg, 6.1 rpg Ephraim Ekanem, 6’7”, C, 1.4 ppg, 2.0 rpg Travis Fulton, 6’6”, F, 13.0 ppg, 7.3 rpg Jordan Johnson, 6’10”, C, 0.3 ppg, 0.1 rpg Christian Mack, 6’0”, G, 3.9 ppg, 1.8 rpg Marcus Walters, 6’4”, G, 2.5 ppg, 1.0 rpg

Team Information

SID Contact: Tony Altobelli SID Contact: Brent Shaver Team Information Office Phone: 714-432-5766 Office Phone: 949-451-5691 SID Contact: Jason Kehler Email: aaltobelli@occ.cccd.edu Email: bshaver@ivc.edu Office Phone: 714-564-6934 Athletic Web Site: Athletic Web Site: www.orangecoastcollege.edu/athlet- Email: Kehler_Jason@sac.edu www.ivc.edu/athletics Athletic Web Site: ics Series Streak: 1, Irvine Valley ext.sac.edu/academic_progs/exerSeries Streak: 1, Cypress Last Year’s Meetings: CC def. IVC, 89cise_science/ Last Year’s Meetings: OCC def. CC, 82 in Irvine 1/6/10; IVC def. CC, 81-70 86-81 in Costa Mesa 1/15/10; CC def. Series Streak: 1, Santa Ana in Cypress 1/29/10. Last Year’s Meetings: CC def. SAC, 93OCC, 91-89 in Cypress 2/10/10. 71 in Cypress 1/27/10; SAC def. CC, 80-67 in Santa Ana 2/19/10.

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2009-10 SEASON REVIEW 2009-10 Results

Date Opponent Result Record 11/25 El Camino W 84-77 4-1 12/4 Grossmont Tourn. - Cuesta L 86-91 4-2 12/5 Grossmont Tourn. - Grossmont W 88-67 5-2 12/6 Grossmont Tourn. - Southwestern W 92-91 6-2 12/10 Santa Barbara Tourn. - Barstow L 115-118 (OT) 6-3 12/11 Santa Barbara Tourn. - Vandenberg W 92-78 7-3 12/12 Santa Barbara Tourn. - LA Valley L 103-111 7-4 12/17 Saddleback Tourn. - Santa Monica L 76-104 7-5 12/18 Saddleback Tourn. - Long Beach City W 80-70 8-5 12/19 Saddleback Tourn. - Miramar L 62-74 8-6 12/28 SD Mesa Tourn. - Victor Valley L 82-91 8-7 12/29 SD Mesa Tourn. - SD Mesa W 73-58 9-7 12/30 SD Mesa Tourn. - West Hills L 72-82 9-8 1/6 *Irvine Valley W 89-82 10-8, 1-0 1/8 *Fullerton L 76-77 10-9, 1-1 1/13 *Saddleback L 87-94 10-10, 1-2 1/15 *Orange Coast L 81-86 10-11, 1-3 1/22 *Riverside L 70-82 10-12, 1-4 1/27 *Santa Ana W 93-71 11-12, 2-4 1/29 *Irvine Valley L 70-81 11-13, 2-5 2/3 *Fullerton W 85-68 12-13, 3-5 2/5 *Saddleback L 60-93 12-14, 3-6 2/10 *Orange Coast W 91-89 13-14, 4-6 2/17 *Riverside W 69-91 13-15, 4-7 2/19 *Santa Ana L 67-80 13-16, 4-8 * Orange Empire Conference Game

2009-10 OEC REVIEW

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ypress played a shortened season last year with just 29 games. The Chargers had one less win than the previous year but two less losses as well. The season was marked with runs of highs and lows and some very competitive matchups. Cypress started the season with a tournamentheavy pre-conference schedule after opening the year with a win against El Camino. Cypress started with a consolation championship at the Grossmont tournament. The Chargers then went on to lose in the consolation championship game at Santa Barbara. Cypress then moved on the Saddleback tournament with the same result. They closed their pre-conference schedule at the San Diego Mesa tournament with their third straight loss in a consolation championship game. The Chargers headed into conference action with a 9-8 record. Cypress started well with a win over Irvine Valley. The momentum stalled from there suffering four straight losses before pulling out a strong win over Santa Ana to close out the first half of conference. Cypress had some ground to make up with a 2-4 start to conference play. The second round was much of the same with another 2-4 record in the second half ending conference 4-8 in a three-way tie for fourth. The Chargers were anchored by sophomore Tim Austin and sophomore transfer Brett Spencer. Austin was named First Team all-Conference for the second straight year and Spencer was named to the second team.

2009-10 OEC Final Standings

Final Standings Riverside Saddleback Irvine Valley Santa Ana Cypress Orange Coast Fullerton

Conference W-L Pct. 10-2 0.833 9-3 0.750 9-3 0.750 4-8 0.333 4-8 0.333 4-8 0.333 2-10 0.167

Overall W-L Pct. 23-7 0.767 29-5 0.853 26-5 0.839 13-15 0.464 13-16 0.448 10-17 0.370 10-19 0.345

2009-10 ORANGE EMPIRE ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM Co- MVPs: Kevin Bradshaw, Riverside; Daniel Redmon, Riverside Coach of the Year: John Smith, Riverside 1st Team Tim Austin (Cypress) Donovan Buford (Riverside) James Calhoun (Riverside) Chris Curtis (Orange Coast) Travis Fulton (Irvine Valley) T.J. Lipold (Saddleback) Durrell Norman (Irvine Valley) Ayokunna Shofu (Fullerton) Perry Webster (Saddleback) Wendall Wright (Santa Ana)

2nd Team Max Carrier (Irvine Valley) Robert Curtis (Saddleback) Chad Delaney (Orange Coast) Brett Spencer (Cypress) Thurman Woods (Santa Ana)

2009-10 Statistics

TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## Player GP-GS FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------03 Reggie Abrams 29-24 106-278 .381 38-119 .319 30-52 .577 27 68 95 3.3 58 1 89 73 5 42 280 9.7 04 Randall Laing 22-0 18-34 .529 1-4 .250 9-24 .375 9 8 17 0.8 18 0 12 16 0 7 46 2.1 05 Tyquan Lee 8-7 26-70 .371 12-31 .387 49-62 .790 6 15 21 2.6 23 1 48 40 2 27 113 14.1 10 E.J. Singleton 27-3 41-104 .394 24-53 .453 28-37 .757 11 45 56 2.1 55 1 46 30 1 11 134 5.0 15 Tim Austin 27-23 132-292 .452 27-99 .273 111-147 .755 40 114 154 5.7 63 0 47 48 2 48 402 14.9 20 Troy Baugh 29-26 85-183 .464 2-12 .167 48-111 .432 68 94 162 5.6 84 3 66 65 7 38 220 7.6 21 Devin Golston 29-28 159-292 .545 9-35 .257 92-140 .657 67 120 187 6.4 73 2 19 41 21 19 419 14.4 24 Brett Spencer 29-29 160-423 .378 77-238 .324 75-107 .701 16 109 125 4.3 59 1 49 56 4 49 472 16.3 32 Brad Johnson 28-3 74-199 .372 33-105 .314 41-61 .672 34 41 75 2.7 78 3 19 48 3 21 222 7.9 33 Nick DeMusis 22-1 38-76 .500 0-5 .000 14-21 .667 25 45 70 3.2 38 1 7 15 5 12 90 4.1 42 Allan Banker 4-0 5-16 .313 0-4 .000 0-0 .000 1 3 4 1.0 12 0 6 6 0 1 10 2.5 52 Ashton Wilson 9-0 1-10 .100 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 1 5 6 0.7 7 0 0 0 0 0 3 0.3 TM TEAM................ 43 54 97 4.2 0 3 Total.......... 29 845-1977 .427 223-705 .316 498-764 .652 348 721 1069 36.9 568 14 408 441 50 275 2411 83.1 Opponents...... 29 761-1652 .461 124-438 .283 411-668 .615 384 773 1157 39.9 496 - 383 461 118 204 2057 70.9

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Previous State Champions 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966

Ventura Sequoias Fullerton Fresno City L.A. Harbor Allan Hancock Long Beach Long Beach Fullerton San Jose San Francisco Fresno Riverside Riverside Riverside

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981

Pasadena Cerritos Pasadena Compton Long Beach Santa Monica Compton Allan Hancock L.A. Harbor Long Beach Cypress Bakersfield Orange Coast Cypress El Camino

1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

Sequoias Cerritos SJ Delta El Camino Sacramento City Ventura El Camino Cerritos Rancho Santiago Rancho Santiago Cerritos Columbia Long Beach Ventura Title Vacated

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Los Angeles City Compton Cerritos Porterville L.A. Southwest Saddleback Los Angeles City Compton Fresno Fullerton Fresno Citrus Riverside Saddleback

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Program History

DON JOHNSON COURT Cypress Court Dedicated as the “Don Johnson Court” January 7, 2009

Don Johnson was honored for his 27 years of coaching at Cypress.

To a Cypress College Student: One of life’s most erroneous phrases is, “Getting an Education.” When I was a Cypress student, I didn’t get “diddlysquat.” I had to earn everything I acquired. Earning an education is hard work and many wither by the wayside for that reason. If you don’t have one already, you’ve got to find a great reason to keep going, especially when things get really tough. When you hit that wall and consider whether it’s “worth it,” you’ve got to dig way down into your soul and find something that will give you just enough to get you to the next day. Take it from one who had to do just that. Cut from tryouts in high school, when entering Cypress College, I though I’d try basketball one more time. About half way through the first day of practice I just wanted to throw my sneakers at the coach and say, “This is stupid! No one should have to go through this much pain for a stupid game!” But, you see, I had never quit anything in my life and I found enough guts to make it for the next hour. I came back the next day and it was even harder. In time, I conditioned myself so that I never fatigued; I didn’t want to go through that again. The result? I became a Community College All-American, two-time NCAA champion, ABA Rookie of the Year and two-time ABA All-Star, leading rebounder of the ABA and NBA, and hold an all-time rebound record. So, you’re not “getting an education.” Of course you know that. You know it’s tough, especially when you’re shooting for the A. There’s pain ahead for you, as there was for me. But it’s worth it. The way I look at it, “If it doesn’t kill me, it’s probably going to make me better.” Along those same lines, when at the threshold of retreat, I coached myself by saying, “What’s a little pain? You’ve been there before and pushed through it. What’s a little pain, anyway?” Swen Nater Two-Time NCAA Champion

Cypress, Calif. – Cypress College’s basketball court was christened the “Don Johnson Court” Wednesday night during a ceremony to honor the Chargers’ former Men’s Basketball coach. Johnson joined hundreds of guests including over fifty former Cypress players to dedicate the court in his honor. Former players Dave Holmquist and John Moore, head coaches at Biola and Westmont respectively, spoke at the dedication ceremony to honor their former coach. Former Cypress Sports Information Director Al Lombardi and current Athletic Director Diane Henry also joined the ceremony to celebrate Johnson.

members including his wife Collette were present to witness the ceremony. Johnson spoke to the crowd on the new Don Johnson Court telling the

Johnson was touched by the honor telling Lombardi, “This was the most memorable night of my and Collette’s life.” Several of Johnson’s family

Johnson, who retired from Cypress in 1994 as California’s all-time winningest community college men’s

crowd, “As I look out on this

floor in years to come, I will see not so much my name, but beneath these letters. I will see all the bright, shiny, eager young faces who struggled here and to them I am forever grateful.”

hoop coach, built a 588-259 record in 27 years with the Chargers. His teams won two state titles and he coached future NBA standouts Mark Eaton and Swen Nater. As a player, Johnson was a star at Fullerton College (1948-50) and UCLA (1950-52). He earned All-American recognition under the tutelage of John Wooden with the Bruins. For the past twelve years, Johnson has been an assistant coach at Biola University.

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CHARGER COACHING HISTORY Year 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 Totals

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Record 13-13 20-10 13-15 21-8 19-9 12-15 16-16 25-6 20-8 23-7 30-1 26-6 34-2 31-5 21-14 23-6 16-14 21-9 14-12 24-6 18-15 31-6 13-17 28-4 26-11 21-11 26-9 15-19 16-18 14-18 15-16 15-16 10-21 14-18 14-17 12-18 7-22 16-11 11-16 15-15 6-24 14-17 14-18 13-16 806-557

Pct. .500 .667 .464 .724 .678 .444 .500 .807 .715 .767 .968 .813 .944 .861 .600 .793 .533 .700 .538 .800 .545 .838 .433 .875 .703 .656 .743 .441 .471 .438 .484 .484 .323 .438 .452 .400 .241 .593 .407 .500 .200 .452 .438 .448 .591

Coach Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson VanHorn Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Bottiaux Bottiaux Bottiaux Bottiaux Bottiaux Bottiaux Bottiaux Bottiaux Bottiaux Bottiaux Bottiaux Bottiaux Bottiaux Bottiaux Bottiaux Bottiaux

State Results

State Champions State Quarter-Finals State Semi-Finals State Champions State Semi-Finals

State Semi-Finals State Semi-Finals

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On February 11, 1994, long-time head coach Don Johnson coached his final home game at Cypress College directing the Chargers to a 75-71 victory over Irvine Valley College. Johnson retired the following season as the state’s winningest men’s basketball coach compiling a career record of 588-259 in 27 seasons. During that time, he amassed seven conference titles and a pair of state championships and was eventually inducted into the Orange County Sports Hall of Fame. While at Cypress, he coached numerous successful players including future NBA stars Swen Nater and Mark Eaton. An All-American selection in 1952, Johnson played at UCLA for legendary coach John Wooden

FORMER MVPs Year 1966-67 1967-68 1868-69 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 1999-2000 2000-01

MVP Steve Piluso Steve Piluso Gary Schmidt, Pat Quinn Swen Nater Glenn Nygaard Frank Childs, Rick Darnell Pat Barrett, Mark Campanaro Rick Quinn Rick Quinn John Moore Tyrone Branyan Ray Beer, Rory Lovell Ron Davis, Dave Baker Mark Eaton, Grant Taylor Paul Gilbert Jud Beardsley Grant Taylor Rick Darnell Todd Mezzulo Pat O’Hern, Andy Marusich John Berwick Bill Dobbs, Paul Horn Andy Olivarez Kris Brodowski, Jeff Green, John Jackson, Jim Sammon, Greg Spruell Mike Varos Vince Hizon Eric Pauley, Brian Kenney Sam Sabbara Robbie Shelton Jim Falletta Jeff Cummins, Matt Kenney David Neal, Jason Kraus Willie Allen, Frankie Floyd A.D. Lamoureux Ryan Tenpas Towan Oliver, Meko Parker Brandon Erquhart, D. Jay Lucas, Abe Lorenzana 2001-02 D. Jay Lucas 2002-03 Kevin Cook 2003-04 Kevin Cook 2004-05 Houstan Downey 2005-06 Eric Taylor khalif Boyd 2006-07 Clinton Williams 2007-08 Khalif Boyd 2008-09 Tim Austin 2009-10 Tim Austin *All MVPs are automatically inducted into the Cypress Hall of Fame Cypress College Chargers Men’s Basketball

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FORMER CHARGERS MOVING ON

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n his fifteen seasons at Cypress, Paul Bottiaux has moved 34 student-athletes on to four-year universities to continue their basketball careers and college educations.

1994-95 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1996-97 1996-97 1997-98 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2003-04 2003-04 2003-04 2004-05 2004-05 2005-06 2005-06 2006-07 2006-07 2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10

Jeff Cummins - Westmont University Matt Kenney - Westmont University Sean Washington - CSU Hayward Gil Gonzalez - Chapman University Willie Allen - Loyola Marymount University Kevin Morris - CSU Monterey Bay Derrick Watkins - CSU Monterey Bay Mark Jensen - Whittier College A.D. Lamoureux - U.C. Riverside Ryan Tenpas - Point Loma University Meko Parker - CSU Stanislaus Vincent Warsaw - CSU Dominguez Hills Brandon Erquhart - CSU Dominguez Hills D. Jay Lucas - Concordia University Abe Lorenzana - CSU Bakersfield Derrick Franklin - North Dakota State University Justin Burns - CSU Fullerton Chris Booth - Cameron University Kevin Cook - Biola University Rich Castillo - CSU Hayward Sam Davis - Cal Baptist University Greg Mercer - Cameron University Brandon Void - University of Texas Permian Basin Javon White - Lakeland College Eric Taylor - Cascade College Jeff Comminey - Waldorf College Duwayne King - CSU Los Angeles John Staats - CSU Dominguez Hills Sean Starkey - CSU Long Beach Justin Nguyen - Waldorf College Tim Austin - University of Hawaii Hilo Troy Baugh - Notre Dame de Namur University Brad Johnson - Waldorf College Brett Spencer - Cal Baptist University

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Single Game Records Points Scored Team: 123 vs. Chaffey 1969 Individual: 44 by Andy Olivarez vs. Navajo, AZ 1987 Rebounds 39 by Swen Nater vs. Antelope Valley 1970 Assists 14 by Sam Sabbara vs. Golden West 1992 Blocks 10 by Mark Eaton vs. Foothill 1978 10 by Mark Eaton vs. Mt. San Jacinto 1978 10 by Eric Pauley vs. Golden West 1990 Steals 11 by John G. Moore vs. Golden West 1976

A.D. Lamoureux

Three-Point Goals 8 by Mike Varos vs. Golden West 1989 8 by Gil Gonzales vs. Barstow 1994 8 by Gil Gonzales vs. Santa Monica 1994 8 by Paul Pappas vs. Rancho Santiago 1996 8 by Brad Smith vs. Golden West 1999 8 by Meko Parker vs. Mt. San Jacinto Free Throws 14 by Eric Pauley vs. Orange Coast 1991

Mark Eaton

FLASHBACK Pauley sets single season point record with 744.

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CHARGER RECORD BOOK

During the 1990-91 season, Eric Pauley, a 6’10” sophomore center, put up some staggering numbers. He scored a school single season record 744 points (21.3 ppg) and shot 63% from the field (292-465) from the field. He also averaged 9.3 rebounds, 2.6 blocks, and 2.4 assists per game. Pauley’s heroics helped Cypress to a record of 2611 and a berth into the state tournament semi-finals. He was a First Team all-State selection and earned Third Team allAmerican recognition. Pauley went on to a standout career at the University of Kansas where he helped the Jayhawks reach the Final Four during his senior season.

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CHARGER SINGLE SEASON RECORD BOOK Points Scored

1. Eric Pauley 2. Robbie Shelton 3. Ron Davis 4. Andy Olivarez 5. Tyrone Branyan 6. Swen Nater 7. Khalif Boyd 8. Gil Gonzales 9. D. Jay Lucas 10. Jeff Green Scoring Average

1. Tyrone Branyan 2. Eric Pauley 3. Swen Nater 4. Robbie Shelton 5. Andy Olivarez 6. Ron Davis 7. D. Jay Lucas 8. Khalif Boyd 9. Frank Childs 10. A.D. Lamoureux Rebounds

1. Swen Nater 2. Mark Eaton 3. Eric Pauley 4. A.D. Lamoureux 5. A.D. Lamoureux 5. Robbie Shelton 7. Steve Nycum 8. Ron Davis 9. Ryan Tenpas 10. Jeff Green Assists

1. Dave Baker 2. Greg Spruell 3. Pat Quinn 4. Charles Lockhard 5. Jim Sammon 6. Jim Sammon 7. Frankie Floyd 8. Jim Sargent 9. Sam Sabbara 10. Mark Campanaro 10. Steve Piluso Steals

1. Gary Gibbs 2. Khalif Boyd 3. Khalif Boyd

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744 1990-91 689 1992-93 664 1978-79 647 1986-87 638 1976-77 614 1969-70 566 2007-08 553 1994-95 549 2001-02 540 1987-88 21.4 1975-76 21.3 1990-91 21.2 1969-70 19.7 1992-93 19.6 1986-87 18.4 1978-79 18.3 2001-02 18.3 2007-08 17.2 1971-72 17.2 1997-98 476 1969-70 381 1978-79 325 1990-91 308 1997-98 304 1996-97 304 1992-93 303 1969-70 301 1978-79 290 1998-99 286 1987-88 191 1978-79 175 1987-88 174 1969-70 171 1990-91 168 1987-88 160 1986-87 156 1997-98 152 1976-77 148 1991-92 145 1973-74 145 1967-68 88 1992-93 67 2006-07 64 2007-08

4. 5. 5. 7. 7. 9. 9.

Eric Taylor 58 Javon White 57 Anthony Livingston 57 Brandon Void 55 Adam Baker 55 Brett Evans 53 Brian Kenney 53

Blocked Shots

1. Eric Pauley 2. Jim Waikle 3. Derrick Franklin 4. A.D. Lamoureux 5. Hamadi Stewart 6. Justin Burns 7. Rich Pawlaski 8. Rodrigo Carbajal 9. Devon McDonald 10. Sean Starkey

91 68 62 34 31 29 27 26 24 23

2005-06 2005-06 1992-93 2005-06 1993-94 1992-93 1990-91 1990-91 1990-91 2002-03 1997-98 1999-00 2003-04 1992-93 2006-07 2007-08 2007-08

8. Scott Swanner .579 1985-86 9. Bill Dobbs .579 1985-86 10. Andre Lamoureux .575 1988-89 Three-Point Field Goals Made

1. Gil Gonzales 2. Matt Kenney 3. Matt Kenney 4. Willie Allen 5. Sean Starkey 6. Jeff Rutter 7. Mike Varos 8. Brett Spencer 9. Brad Smith 10. Charles Lockard

Field Goals Made

1. Eric Pauley 292 1990-91 2. Andy Olivarez 254 1986-87 3. Robbie Shelton 245 1992-93 4. Jason Krauss 215 1995-96 5. Jeff Green 211 1987-88 6. Khalif Boyd 195 2007-08 7. A.D. Lamoureux 192 1997-98 8. Jeff Cummins 192 1994-95 9. Anthony Livingston 190 1992-93 10. D. Jay Lucas 186 2001-02 FG Percentage (min 50 made)

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

Eric Pauley Greg Marusich Brian Kenney Brian Kenney Rodrigo Carbajal Flip Banks A.D. Lamoureux

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.628 1990-91 .615 1985-86 .611 1989-90 .608 1990-91 .590 2006-07 .580 1990-91 .580 1996-97

128 1994-95 106 1994-95 105 1993-94 93 1996-97 91 2007-08 79 1995-96 78 1988-89 77 2009-10 72 1997-98 69 1990-91

Three-Point FG Percentage (min 25 made)

1. Vince Hizon 2. Karl Becker 3. Vince Hizon 4. Mike Varos 5. Andy Olivarez 6. Paul Pappas 7. Willie Allen 8. Grayle Humphrey 9. Charles Lockard 10. Jeff Rutter Free Throws Made

Tyrone Branyan

CHARGER CAREER RECORD BOOK

1. Robbie Shelton 2. Eric Pauley 3. D. Jay Lucas 4. Khalif Boyd 5. Chris Killens 6. Eric Taylor 7. Frankie Floyd 8. Abe Lorenzana 9. Vince Hizon 10. Vince Hizon 10. Kris Brodowski

.571 1988-89 .505 1987-88 .481 1989-90 .476 1988-89 .475 1986-87 .470 1995-96 .439 1996-97 .438 1985-86 .437 1990-91 .432 1995-96 190 1992-93 160 1990-91 151 2001-02 139 2007-08 135 1998-99 132 2005-06 125 1996-97 123 2001-02 118 1989-90 115 1988-89 115 1987-88

FT Percentage (min 50 made)

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

Grayle Humphrey Vince Hizon Gil Gonzales Vince Hizon John Staats Willie Allen Abe Lorenzana Kevin Cook Jim Sammon David Boyle

.900 1989-90 .871 1988-89 .868 1994-95 .855 1989-90 .855 2008-09 .854 1996-97 .842 2001-02 .841 2003-04 .821 1987-88 .820 1991-92

Points Scored

1. Tyrone Branyan 2. Eric Pauley 3. Pat Barrett 4. Robbie Shelton 5. Matt Kenney 6. D. Jay Lucas 7. Jeff Cummins 8. Khalif Boyd 9. A.D. Lamoureux 10. Jim Sammon Scoring Average

1093 1975-77 1088 1989-91 1044 1972-74 1034 1991-93 980 1993-95 933 2000-02 924 1993-95 893 2006-08 892 1996-98 877 1986-88

1. Ron Davis 2. Tyrone Branyan 3. Pat Barrett 4. Willie Allen 5. Eric Pauley 6. Brett Spencer 7. Jud Beardsley 8. Robbie Shelton 9. Eric Taylor 10. D. Jay Lucas

18.4 1978-79 18.2 1975-77 16.8 1972-74 16.7 1996-97 16.5 1989-91 16.3 2009-10 15.8 1981-82 15.7 1991-93 15.3 2004-06 15.3 2000-02

Rebounds 1. A.D. Lamoureux 2. Mark Eaton 3. Swen Nater 4. Eric Pauley 5. Steve Nycum 6. Robbie Shelton 7. Houstan Downey 8. Devon McDonald 9. Tyrone Branyan 9. Rick Darnell 9. Frankie Floyd

612 599 574 553 531 487 486 472 470 470 470

1996-98 1978-80 1968-70 1989-91 1969-71 1991-93 2004-06 2007-09 1975-77 1970-72 1966-68

328 286 284 284 251 239 228 235 223 223

1986-88 1972-74 1996-98 1986-88 1977-79 1990-92 1988-90 2004-06 1966-68 1968-70

131 129 98 96

2006-08 1990-92 2002-04 2008-10

Assists

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

Jim Sammon Mark Campanaro Frankie Floyd Greg Spruell Dave Baker Sam Sabbara Gayle Humphrey Brandon Void Steve Piluso Pat Quinn

Steals

1. 2. 3. 4.

Khalif Boyd Gary Gibbs Kevin Cook Tim Austin

5. Frankie Floyd 6. D. Jay Lucas 7. Eric Taylor 8. Houstan Downey 9. Abe Lorenzana 10. Kevin Morris

89 83 81 77 77 77

1996-98 2000-02 2004-06 2004-06 2000-02 1995-87

6. Jim Waikle 7. Andre Lamoureux 8. A.D. Lamoureux 9. Paul Horn 10. Tony Jimmerson

.561 .561 .560 .553 .552

1989-91 1988-90 1996-98 1985-86 1999-00

Three-Point Field Goals Made

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

Matt Kenney Gil Gonzales Jeff Rutter Brad Smith Sean Starkey Eric Taylor Meko Parker Kevin Cook Adam Rachlin *Willie Allen

211 185 147 118 133 105 104 102 93 93

1993-95 1994-96 1994-96 1997-99 2007-09 2004-06 1999-00 2002-04 1999-01 1996-97

Three-Point FG Percentage (min 25 made)

Tyrone Branyan Blocked Shots

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

Eric Pauley Jim Waikle *Derrick Franklin A.D. Lamoureux Hamadi Stewart Sean Starkey Devon McDonald D. Jay Lucas *Justin Burns *Rich Pilawski Gary Gibbs

113 82 62 55 50 40 39 34 29 27 27

1989-91 1989-91 2002-03 1996-98 1997/00 2007-09 2007-09 2000-02 2003-04 1992-93 1991/93

1. Eric Pauley 446 2. Jeff Cummins 363 3. Robbie Shelton 361 4. A.D. Lamoureux 341 4. Anthony Livingston 341 6. Jim Sammon 339 7. D. Jay Lucas 333 8. Jason Krauss 328 9. Khalif Boyd 320 10. Matt Kenney 316

1989-91 1993-95 1991-93 1996-98 1991-93 1986-88 2000-02 1994-96 2006-08 1993-95

Field Goals Made

FG Percentage (min 75 made)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Brian Kenney Eric Pauley Rodrigo Carbajal Scott Swanner Bill Dobbs

.609 1989-91 .608 1989-91 .590 2006-07 .579 1985-86 .579 1985-86

1. Vince Hizon 2. Karl Becker 3. Mike Varos 4. Andy Olivarez 5. Mike Renaud 6. Willie Allen 7. Charles Lockard 8. Jason Grier 9. Paul Pappas 10. Matt Kenney

Free Throws Made

1. Robbie Shelton 2. Vince Hizon 3. D. Jay Lucas 4. Chris Killens 5. Frankie Floyd 6. Eric Taylor 7. Khalif Boyd 8. A.D. Lamoureux 9. Tim Austin 10. Eric Pauley

.519 1988-90 .505 1987-88 .476 1988-89 .475 1985-87 .444 1989-91 .439 1996-97 .437 1990-91 .430 2002-03 .420 1993/96 .417 1993-95 301 1991-93 233 1988-90 228 2000-02 226 1997-99 217 1996-98 209 2004-06 204 2006-08 200 1996-98 198 2008-10 196 1989-91

FT Percentage (min 75 made)

1. Gil Gonzales 2. Vince Hizon 3. Grayle Humphrey 4. Willie Allen 5. Abe Lorenzana 5. David Boyle 7. Kevin Cook 8. Charles Lockard 9. Meko Parker 10. D. Jay Lucas

.865 1994-96 .863 1988-90 .855 1988-90 .854 1996-97 .820 2000-02 .820 1991-92 .780 2002-04 .769 1990-91 .766 1998-00 .763 2000-02

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SUPPORT STAFF Athletic Director - Diane Henry

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enry has led the Cypress College Physical Education and Athletics department since 1992 as the Department Dean and Athletic Director. Henry began her Cypress College career as the women’s athletic trainer in 1978, becoming the trainer for the school in 1980. During her tenure, Henry has served on numerous boards and committees within the campus. She has a Masters in Education from Azusa Pacific University and a B.A. and M.A. in Physical Education from CSU Long Beach. Phone: 714-484-7355 Email: dhenry@cypresscollege.edu

Sports Information Director - Teresa Wang

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ang is in her fifth year as the Charger’s Sports Information Director. She began her stint at Cypress as an assistant for the women’s basketball team where she was part of the 2004-05 State Championship staff. She has her B.A. from University of California Berkeley in economics, a master’s degree in Sport Management from the University of San Francisco, and a masters in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University. Phone: 714-484-7356 Email: twang@cypresscollege.edu

Athletic Trainer - Scott Tucker

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ucker is in his 25th year as the head athletic trainer. He is in charge of the health care of all of Cypress’s student athletes. He is known for his commitment to the strength and conditioning of our student athletes and conducts several on going volunteer programs. He is a graduate from the University of Utah, where he also taught athletic training courses as well as first aid/CPR. Tucker is also an adjunct faculty member - teaching courses in athletic training and First Aid. Phone: 714-484-7381 Email: stucker@cypresscollege.edu

Academic Counselor - Dana Bedard

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edard begins his 18th year as a counselor and professor at Cypress College. This will be the tenth year he has been responsible for the athletic counseling component of the athletic program. Bedard is also the Cypress Men’s Golf coach and is entering his eighth season. Phone: 714-484-7276 Email: dbedard@cypresscollege.edu

Compliance Officer Yvonne Cota

Phone: 714-484-7276 Email: ycota@cypresscollege.edu

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Equipment Coordinator Manny Verdugo

Phone: 714-484-7377 Email: mverdugo@cypresscollege.edu

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CHARGER ATHLETICS

ypress Community Col- have taken center Cypress only startlege boasts a well rounded stage. ed playing intercollephysical education cur- In 1997 the giate women’s soccer riculum along with a successful baseball and in 1991, but the late sports program featuring 13 in- softball squads, Ray Haas quickly built tercollegiate teams and a strong coached by the program into a support staff of professionals. The brothers Scott consistent winner. The school also has a wheelchair bas- and Brad Pickler, Chargers won State ketball program. captured state 2010 Softball State Champions Championships in Student-athletes are provided championships. 1998, 1999 and 2004. quality individual instruction, the The baseball crown was the third Cypress’ 27-0 season in 1999 was chance to deof the 1990s under the rewarded with a No. 1 national velop to their direction of Scott Pickler ranking by the National Soccer full potential who has over 700 wins in Coaches Association of America. and the opporhis 22 years at the school Cypress captured its first tunity to earn a and captured the state women’s basketball championship four-year colchampionship again in in 2005. Margaret Mohr’s team lege or univer2003. Trevor Hoffman set a school record with 28 wins sity scholarof the San Diego Padres, 2004 Soccer State Champions ship. who played at Cypress in Cypress , 1986 and 1987, is a fourwhich offers seven sports for time Major League all-star and women and six for men, has had holds the Major a solid line-up of teams and indi- League record for career saves. vidual athletes who have excelled Brad Pickler, has also had a since the college first opened its great deal of success. He has led doors in 1966. In recent years, the the softball team to a record six 2005 Basketball State Champions baseball, softball, women’s soccer state titles while winning over and women’s basketball programs 1,000 games. The against five defeats. Chargers were Cypress enjoys the first Calistrong support from fornia school to the community and capture three student body, who are consecutive state part of the traditionally championships popular athletic pro(1997, 1998, gram. 1999). 1977 Basketball State Champions 2003 Baseball State Champions

Cypress College State Championships Archery - 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 Baseball - 1991, 1994, 1997, 2003 Men’s Basketball - 1977, 1980 Women’s Basketball - 2005 Women’s Golf - 1997 Women’s Soccer - 1998, 1999, 2004 Softball - 1991, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2006, 2010

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CYPRESS COLLEGE

2010-11 Charger Basketball Team

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ypress College enriches students’ lives by providing high quality education for transfer to four-year institutions, associate degrees, career technical education, and certificate coursework, as well as basic skills and opportunities for lifelong learning. The college is committed to promoting student learning and success, embracing diversity, and contributing to both the economic and social development of the surrounding community.

#3 Andrè Winn

Cypress College is a comprehensive twoyear, public college. As a member of the 109-campus California Community College System, we offer the following:

#4 Eddie Wagner

5’10” Freshman Guard Los Angeles - Venice HS

6’5” Freshman Forward Los Angeles - Westchester HS

#15 Reggie Abrams

#20 David Gonzalez

#5 Michael Knight

#10 Demarco Paige

6’2” Sophomore Guard Inglewood - Clarendon College/Crenshaw HS

6’1” Freshman Guard Detroit, MI - Osborn HS

#21 Allan Banker

#24 Zack Zaragoza

6’2” Sophomore Guard Long Beach - Paramount HS

6’1” Freshman Guard West Covina - West Covina HS

6’0” Freshman Guard Long Beach - Mayfair HS

#32 Marquise Washington

#35 Anthony Williams

#42 Deanthony Roberts

6’5” Freshman Guard Huntington Beach - Santa Margarita HS

FULL-CREDIT: 58 bachelor’s-degree programs are equivalent to the first two years at Cal State, the University of California, and many private universities FAST: 141 career-certificate programs, completed in one semester to two years EARN MORE: Associate’s degrees in 51 areas of study; earning an associate’s degree boosts lifetime earnings by $250,000 LOW COST: $78, plus books, for a typical class

6’6” Freshman Forward Inglewood - Westchester HS

6’3” Freshman Guard Detroit, MI - Lincoln HS

6’4” Freshman Forward Cerritos - Gahr HS

FINANCIAL AID: Cypress College administers more than $12 million annually FLEXIBLE: Classes available during the day, evening, on the weekend and even online community that embraces diverse individuals, provides an accessible, supportive climate and encourages a variety of perspectives and opinions. Head Coach Paul Bottiaux

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2010-11 Charger Basketball Schedule Day

Date

Opponent

Fri-Sun 11/12-14 San Diego City Tournament Friday 11/19 West Los Angeles Wednesday 11/24 El Camino Fri-Sun 12/3-5 Grossmont Tournament Thu-Sat 12/9-11 Santa Barbara Tournament Thu-Sat 12/16-18 Saddleback Tournament Tue-Thu 12/28-30 San Diego Mesa Tournament Friday 1/7 *Saddleback Wednesday 1/12 *Riverside Friday 1/14 *Fullerton Wednesday 1/19 *Orange Coast Friday 1/21 *Santa Ana Wednesday 1/26 *Irvine Valley Wednesday 2/2 *Saddleback Friday 2/4 *Riverside Wednesday 2/9 *Fullerton Friday 2/11 *Orange Coast Wednesday 2/16 *Santa Ana Friday 2/18 *Irvine Valley Wednesday 2/23 Regional Quarter Final Fri-Sat 2/25-26 Regional Semi-Final Fri-Sun 3/11-13 State Championships * indicates Orange Empire Conference Matches

Location

Time

San Diego City West Los Angeles Cypress Grossmont Santa Barbara Saddleback San Diego Mesa Saddleback Cypress Cypress Orange Coast Santa Ana Cypress Cypress Riverside Fullerton Cypress Cypress Irvine Valley TBA TBA TBA

TBA 5:00 pm 5:30 pm TBA TBA TBA TBA 7:30 pm 7:30 pm 7:30 pm 7:30 pm 7:30 pm 7:30 pm 5:30 pm 5:30 pm 5:30 pm 5:30 pm 5:30 pm 5:30 pm TBA TBA TBA

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