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TRIBE COACHING STAFF

Head Coach Tony Shaver.................................8 Assistant Coach Ben Wilkins.......................... 11 Assistant Coach Jamion Christian..................12 Assistant Coach Jonathan Holmes................13 Director of Ops Austin Shaver........................14

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TRIBE PLAYER PROFILES

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REVIEW

2009-10 Season Notes...................................34 2009-10 Season Results................................36 2009-10 Season Stats....................................37 2009-10 Game Highs.....................................38

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HISTORY

Coaching Records..........................................40 Honors............................................................41 Current Tribe Players in the Pros...................43 1,000-Point Scorers........................................44 Kaplan Arena Records...................................46 Kraze Award...................................................46 Retired Numbers............................................47 NBA Draft Picks..............................................47 Records vs. Opponent....................................48 Opponent All-Time Series...............................50 W&M Yearly Stats...........................................60 Opponent Yearly Stats....................................61 Overtime Games............................................62 100-Point Games...........................................63 Record vs. Ranked Opponents......................64 Year-by-Year Reults........................................65 All-Time Roster...............................................74

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RECORDS

Scoring...........................................................78 Rebounding....................................................80 Assists............................................................81 Field Goal.......................................................82 Free Throw.....................................................83 3-Point............................................................84 Steals.............................................................85 Blcoked Shots................................................86 Records by Class...........................................87 Team Single-Game Records..........................88

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BASKETBALL STAFF Head Coach.....Tony Shaver (North Carolina, 1976) Record at W&M...........87-124 (.412) (7 seasons) Career Record.........445-245 (.645) (24 seasons) Assistant Coaches................................................ ............................ Ben Wilkins (N.C. State, 2001) ...............Jamion Christian (Mt. St. Mary’s, 2004) ............ Jonathan Holmes (North Carolina, 2003) Director of Ops..... Austin Shaver (Virginia, 2007) TEAM INFORMATION 2009-10 Record.................................22-11 (.667) 2009-10 CAA Record/Finish....... 12-6 (.667)/T3rd CAA Tournament Record...................... 2-1 (.667) Starters Returning/Lost................................... 2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.......................... 8/4 TEAM HISTORY First Year of Basketball............................1905-06 All-Time Record........................ 1097-1250 (.467) NCAA Tournament Appearances................. None NIT Appearances..........................2 (1983, 2010) Last Postseason Appearance............................... ....................................at UNC (3/16/10), L 72-80

SPORTS INFORMATION Assistant AD, Media Relations.......Pete Clawson Office Phone................................ (757) 221-3369 E-Mail...................................... pmclaw@wm.edu Associate Director/MBB Contact......... Kris Sears Office Phone................................ (757) 221-3368 Cell Phone................................... (765) 860-1205 E-Mail........................................kasear@wm.edu Associate Director.............................. Rob Turner Office Phone................................ (757) 221-3370 E-Mail.......................................... rrturn@wm.edu Associate Director........................... Jake Skipper Office Phone................................ (757) 221-3344 E-Mail..........................................jcskip@wm.edu Assistant Director.............................. Scott Burns Office Phone................................ (757) 221-3344 E-Mail........................................sburns@wm.edu Assistant Director...............................Julia Martin Office Phone................................ (757) 221-3412 E-Mail........................................ jrmar2@wm.edu Sports Info Main Phone............... (757) 221-3344 Fax Number................................. (757) 221-2048 Website...........................www.TribeAthletics.com Mailing Address.................................PO Box 399 ....................................... Williamsburg, VA 23187 Overnight Shipping Address .......................................... William and Mary Hall .................................................... 751 Ukrop Way ....................................... Williamsburg, VA 23185

MEDIA INFORMATION Co-Flagship Radio Station .................................“The Tide,” WYTD, 92.3 FM ............................... “WBACH,” WBQK, 107.9 FM

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Senior Marcus Kitts........................................16 Junior Kendrix Brown.....................................18 Junior JohnMark Ludwick...............................20 Junior Quinn McDowell..................................22 Sophomore Kyle Gaillard...............................24 Sophomore Doug Howard II...........................25 Sophomore Andrew Pavloff............................26 Sophomore Matt Rum....................................27 Player Game-by-Game..................................28 Freshmen.......................................................29 Spot Chart......................................................32

GENERAL INFORMATION School Name.... The College of William and Mary Location.................................... Williamsburg, Va. Founded..... 1693 (second oldest college in America) Enrollment.................. 7,625 (including graduate) Nickname.....................................................Tribe Colors.............................. Green, Gold and Silver Arena (capacity)............................. Kaplan Arena ..........................at William and Mary Hall (8,600) Affiliation......................................NCAA Division I Conference.............. Colonial Athletic Association President..........W. Taylor Reveley, III (Princeton) Chancellor....Sandra Day O’Connor (Stanford, 1950) Director of Athletics.. Terry Driscoll (Boston College, 1969) Athletics Department Phone........ (757) 221-3400 Ticket Office Phone..................... (757) 221-3340

Contents and Quick Facts

Contents...........................................................1 Quick Facts......................................................1 Schedule..........................................................2 Roster and Breakdown.....................................3 Preview.............................................................4

Radio Contact...................................... Tom Davis Address............5000 New Point Rd., Suite 2102, ....................................... Williamsburg, VA 23188 Phone............................ (757) 565-1079 Ext. 101 Radio Network..................................... Jay Colley Address.................................. 7 Forest Hill Drive, ....................................... Williamsburg, VA 23185 Radio Network................................ Bill McDonald Address.............................11340 Caruthers Way, ........................................... Glen Allen, VA 23059 Radio Network............................Charlie Woollum Address.................................113 Swinley Forest, ....................................... Williamsburg, VA 23188

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CREDITS

Editor: Kris Sears Layout and Design: Kris Sears Cover Design: Kris Sears, Rob Turner Assistant Editors: Pete Clawson, Rob Turner, Jacob Skipper, Scott Burns, Julia Martin Photography: Bob Keroack, Jim Agnew, Guy Crittenden, Julia Martin Printing: Fidelity Printing

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COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY 2010-11 WILLIAM AND MARY MEN’S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

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Schedule

Day Fri. Mon.

Date Nov. 12 Nov. 15

Location Charlottesville, Va. Richmond, Va.

Time 7 PM 7 PM

Legend’s Classic Regional Sun. Nov. 21 at Syracuse TV: BIG EAST Network

Syracuse, N.Y.

2 PM

LEGEND’S CLASSIC SUB-REGIONAL Fri. Nov. 26 Mercer vs. Western Carolina FRI. NOV. 26 GARDNER-WEBB Sat. Nov. 27 Western Carolina vs. Gardner-Webb SAT. NOV. 27 MERCER Sun. Nov. 28 Gardner-Webb vs. Mercer SUN. NOV. 28 WESTERN CAROLINA

Williamsburg WILLIAMSBURG Williamsburg WILLIAMSBURG Williamsburg WILLIAMSBURG

5 PM 7:30 PM 3:30 PM 6 PM 2 PM 4:30 PM

HOWARD at VCU * TV: CSN-MA, CSS, TCN-PHIL SHENANDOAH at Liberty at North Carolina TV: ESPN at Longwood UNC WILMINGTON * at Delaware * JAMES MADISON * VCU * DREXEL * at Towson * HOFSTRA * at Northeastern * DELAWARE * GEORGE MASON *

WILLIAMSBURG Richmond, Va. WILLIAMSBURG Lynchburg, Va. Chapel Hill, N.C. Farmville, Va. WILLIAMSBURG Newark, Del. WILLIAMSBURG WILLIAMSBURG WILLIAMSBURG Towson, Md. WILLIAMSBURG Boston, Mass. WILLIAMSBURG WILLIAMSBURG

7 PM 12 PM 7 PM 7 PM 7 PM 7 PM 7 PM 7 PM 7 PM 7 PM 7 PM 7 PM 2 PM 7 PM 7 PM 12 PM

at UNC Wilmington * OLD DOMINION * at Drexel * at Hofstra * ESPNU BRACKETBUSTERS GEORGIA STATE * at Old Dominion *

Wilmington, N.C. WILLIAMSBURG Philadelphia, Pa. Hempstead, N.Y. WILLIAMSBURG WILLIAMSBURG Norfolk, Va.

7 PM 7 PM 7 PM 4 PM 7 PM TBA 7 PM 4 PM

CAA Tournament First Round CAA Tournament Quarterfinals CAA Tournament Semifinals CAA Championship Game

Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va.

WED. DEC. 1 Sat. Dec. 4 THURS. DEC. 16 Sat. Dec. 18 Tues. Dec. 21 Wed. Dec. 29 MON. JAN. 3 Wed. Jan. 5 SAT. JAN. 8 WED. JAN. 12 SAT. JAN. 15 Wed. Jan. 19 SAT. JAN. 22 Mon. Jan. 24 WED. JAN. 26 SAT. JAN. 29 Wed. Feb. 2 Sat. Feb. 5 WED. FEB. 9 Sat. Feb. 12 Tues. Feb. 15 THURS-SAT. FEB. 18-20 WED. FEB. 23 Sat. Feb. 26 Fri. March 4 Sat. March 5 Sun. March 6 Mon. March 7

Opponent at Virginia at Richmond

TV: CSN-MA, CSN-NE, CSS, TCN-PHIL at James Madison * TV: CSN-MA, TCN-PHIL Harrisonburg, Va.

TV: CSN-MA, CSN-PHIL, CSN-NE

* Colonial Athletic Association games All times Eastern Home games in BOLD CAPS and are played at Kaplan Arena in William and Mary Hall Dates and times are subject to change Please check the official W&M web site: www.TribeAthletics.com, for the most up-to-date schedule

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Roster

No. 1 2 4 5 11 12 13 20 22 23 24 33 45

Name Kendrix Brown Julian Boatner Matt Rum Ben Whitlatch Doug Howard II Brandon Britt Andrew Pavloff Quinn McDowell Tim Rusthoven Kyle Gaillard Fred Heldring JohnMark Ludwick Marcus Kitts

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

Cl./El. Jr./Jr. Fr./Fr. So./So. Fr./Fr. So./So. Fr./Fr. So./So. Jr./Jr. Fr./Fr. So./So. Fr./Fr. Sr./Jr. Sr./Sr.

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

Wt. 195 180 200 165 150 175 220 215 210 215 235 230 230

Head Coach Tony Shaver (North Carolina, 1976), Eighth season

Hometown Norfolk, Va. Bloomington, Ind. Baltimore, Md. Bloomington, Ind. Leesburg, Va. Chesapeake, Va. Akron, Ohio Mason, Ohio Winfield, Illinois Huntersville, N.C. Winnetka, Ill. San Antonio, Texas Holly Springs, N.C.

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Kyle Gaillard Fred Heldring

Assistant Coaches Ben Wilkins (North Carolina State, 2001), Fifth season Jamion Christian (Mt. St. Mary’s, 2004), Third season Jonathan Holmes (North Carolina, 2003), Third season

High School/Previous School Norview North Loyola Blakefield South Flint Hill Atlantic Shores Christian Walsh Jesuit Archbishop Moeller Wheaton Academy North Mecklenburg New Trier Reagan/UT-San Antonio Middle Creek

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Front row: Tony Shaver (head coach), Ben Whitlatch, Brandon Britt, Doug Howard, Kendrix Brown, Matt Rum, Julian Boatner, Jonathan Holmes (assistant coach) Back row: Lydia Dodson (manager), Jamion Christian (assistant coach), Kyle Gaillard, Marcus Kitts, Fred Heldring, Andrew Pavloff, Tim Rusthoven, JohnMark Ludwick, Quinn McDowell, Austin Shaver (director of basketball operations), Ben Wilkins (assistant coach), Lisa Shook (trainer)

Gale-lard Hell-dring

Director of Basketball Operations Austin Shaver (Virginia, 2007), First season

ROSTER BREAKDOWN ROSTER BY POSITION

Guard (6): Julian Boatner, Brandon Britt, Kendrix Brown, Doug Howard, Matt Rum, Ben Whitlatch Forward (7): Kyle Gaillard, Fred Heldring, Marcus Kitts, JohnMark Ludwick, Quinn McDowell, Andrew Pavloff, Tim Rusthoven

ROSTER BY HEIGHT

6-9: Fred Heldring, Marcus Kitts, Andrew Pavloff, Tim Rusthoven 6-8: JohnMark Ludwick 6-7: Kyle Gaillard 6-6: Quinn McDowell 6-4: Matt Rum 6-3: Kendrix Brown 6-2: Julian Boatner 6-1: Brandon Britt, Ben Whitlatch 5-9: Doug Howard Average Height: 6-5

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ROSTER BY CLASS

ROSTER BY STATE

Senior (1): Marcus Kitts

Illinois (2): Fred Heldring, Tim Rusthoven

Juniors (3): Kendrix Brown, JohnMark Ludwick, Quinn McDowell

Indiana (2): Julian Boatner, Ben Whitlatch

Sophomores (4): Kyle Gaillard, Doug Howard, Andrew Pavloff, Matt Rum

North Carolina (2): Kyle Gaillard, Marcus Kitts

Freshmen (5): Julian Boatner, Brandon Britt, Fred Heldring, Tim Rusthoven, Ben Whitlatch

Ohio (2): Quinn McDowell, Andrew Pavloff

Maryland (1): Matt Rum

Virginia (3): Brandon Britt, Kendrix Brown, Doug Howard Texas (1): JohnMark Ludwick

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Preview

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Fresh off one of the best seasons in school history, the excitement surrounding the William and Mary men’s basketball program continues to build. Despite losing four seniors, including three starters, the cupboard is far from bare for eighth-year head coach Tony Shaver. The Green and Gold returns eight letterwinners from last season, including three with significant starting experience. Add to that what ESPN.com and Scouts, Inc., rated the top freshman class in the CAA and one of the top Mid-Major groups in the country and the talent level has continued to grow during Shaver’s tenure in Williamsburg. A driving force behind the Green and Gold’s 22-win, NIT berth season in 2009-10 was chemistry. Tri-captains, senior Marcus Kitts and juniors Quinn McDowell and Kendrix Brown, will be charged with developing that unity and building the 2010-11 edition of Tribe basketball ‘Together as One.’ Kitts, McDowell and Brown are the Tribe’s three most experienced players, having gained starting nods during their careers. Junior JohnMark Ludwick is the Tribe’s fourth upperclassman and showed flashes of his abilities last season. He earned his first start of hte season in the NIT first-round contest at North Carolina, subbing for an injured McDowell. Sophomores Matt Rum and Kyle Gaillard both appeared in every game as key reserves for the College, giving W&M six players who played significant minutes during their careers.

GUARDS

Returning Letterwinners 1 Kendrix Brown Jr. 11 Doug Howard So. 4 Matt Rum So.

6-3 5-9 6-4

195 150 200

Norfolk, Va. Leesburg, Va. Baltimore, Md.

Newcomers 2 Julian Boatner 12 Brandon Britt 5 Ben Whitlatch

6-2 6-1 6-1

175 175 165

Bloomington, Ind. Chesapeake, Va. Bloomington, Ind.

Fr. Fr. Fr.

The position most hit by graduation for the Green and Gold was the guard position as the Tribe lost its starting backcourt of David Schneider and Sean McCurdy. While the both starters are gone, W&M returns junior captain Kendrix Brown who saw his share of starting minutes as a freshman in 2008-09. Coming into last year, Brown looked to be the Tribe’s most effective guard, but an injury forced him to miss the first month of the season and slowed him for the rest of the year. Despite the injury, the Norfolk, Va., native came up big in important spots. In one of his first games on the season at Radford, Brown drilled a pair of 3-pointers, including the second with just over two minutes remaining to extend W&M’s cushion to five points and help secure the road win. He finished with eight points, two assists (compared to zero turnovers) and three steals against the Highlanders. Brown also tallied a pair of game-winners during the CAA portion of the slate. He came up with a pair of clutch plays in the waning minutes at Hofstra to help the Green and Gold equal the school record with 10-straight wins in early January. Defensively, Brown came up with a steal of CAA Player of the Year Charles Jenkins that resulted in a fast-break bucket and tied the game late. Then, with the Tribe trailing by two points with 17 seconds remaining, Brown scored on a driving lay-up, was fouled and converted the conventional 3-point play to give the College a 48-47 road win. In the Tribe’s 53-52 home win over Northeastern, Brown pulled down an offensive rebound, had the composure to collect himself and convert a fade-away putback with 3.8 seconds remaining to cement the one-point win. Brown, who has appeared in 56 games over his career with 22 starts, will be the role model to an otherwise youthful Tribe backcourt. Over the summer, an already physically strong guard, Brown worked to become more physically fit and lean. If the early part of workouts is any indication, Brown will be a terror for Green and Gold opponents to deal with in 2010-11. Sophomore Matt Rum will have the opportunity to garner starting minutes at the two-guard position after gaining confidence over his rookie campaign. Despite playing behind a trio of experienced players, Rum forced his way into valuable minutes with solid, composed play, not normally seen from a rookie. He appeared in every game and averaged over 12 minutes per contest. Rum played over 20 minutes in each of the Tribe’s win over NCAA Tournament teams, Richmond and Wake forest. He had big games, including an eight-point showing in a home victory over VCU, but none bigger than his three-game run at the CAA Tournament.

JUNIOR GUARD KENDRIX BROWN Over the three-game league championship, Rum averaged modest numbers of 16.3 minutes, 3.7 points, 3.7 assists and 1.3 rebounds per game, but his play spoke a lot louder than his numbers would indicate. Over his 49 minutes, the Baltimore, Md., native had 11 assists compared to zero turnovers. He dished out five assists against both James Madison and Old Dominion in the title tilt. In the semifinals against Northeastern, Rum scored a big six points in a low-scoring 47-45 victory, including a rare 4-point play. The other Tribe returner in the backcourt is walk-on sophomore Doug Howard. Despite only appearing in five games last season, Howard provided the Green and Gold with invaluable energy. A speedy guard who has become a more consistent shooter from the perimeter over the offseason, the Leesburg, Va., native held his own throughout practice last season against the Tribe’s veteran backcourt. During his rookie campaign, Howard averaged 1.4 points per game, while shooting 66.7 percent from the floor and 75 percent from the free throw line. A trio of newcomers joins the mix for the College in the backcourt. Freshman Julian Boatner was a starter for the prestigious Indiana Senior All-Star team in its yearly series against Kentucky. One of the top players out of the state of Indiana, he scored over 1,000 career points and was an All-State honoree. Boatner, who is a versatile scorer with a knockdown jump shot, can play both guard positions as he did throughout his high school career. He will have the opportunity to gain minutes in the backcourt as a freshman. Brandon Britt a the local product out of Atlantic Shores Christian in Chesapeake, Va. An ultra quick lead guard, Britt can score in a multitude of ways. He led the Hampton Roads area in scoring at 24.5 points per game as a senior. Britt also set a Atlantic Shores Christian record 10 3-pointers in a game as a junior. With the ability to add a different dimension to the Tribe’s offensive scheme, Britt has the chance to earn playing time at the guard position as a rookie. Freshman Ben Whitlatch also joins the fold as a walk-on at the guard position. Another Bloomigton, Ind., native, Whitlatch is a winner, having played for a state championship program in Bloomington South and an elite AAU program in Indiana Elite. As a junior, Whitlatch’s high school team finished the year unbeaten and ranked No. 3 nationally. He was an Indiana Wendy’s High School Heisman Award State finalist and a nominee for the Larry Bird Character Award.

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Returning Starters 45 Marcus Kitts 20 Quinn McDowell

Sr. Jr.

6-9 6-6

235 215

Holly Springs, N.C. Mason, Ohio

Returning Letterwinners 23 Kyle Gaillard So. 33 JohnMark Ludwick Jr. 13 Andrew Pavloff So.

6-7 6-9 6-9

215 230 220

Huntersville, N.C. San Antonio, Texas Akron, Ohio

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Newcomers 24 Fred Heldring Fr. 6-9 235 Winnetka, Ill 22 Tim Rusthoven Fr. 6-9 210 Winfield, Ill. The strength of the Tribe returns at the forward position as the College brings back a pair of starters and three other letterwinners, including two who played significant minutes a season ago. Headlining the group is a pair of captains in senior Marcus Kitts and junior Quinn McDowell. Kitts is one of the top returning bigmen in the CAA after averaging 7.0 points and 6.3 rebounds per contest last season. His rebounding average ranked among the CAA leaders and is the sixth-best returning total. After providing a exceptional complement to the Tribe’s perimeter scoring last season, Kitts’ senior campaign will be his opportunity to take a bigger role in the Green and Gold offense. Last season, the Holly Springs, N.C., native showed he can play with anyone in the country, enjoying standout performance against the likes of Wake Forest, Maryland and North Carolina. Kitts flexed his muscle averaging nearly 11 points and seven rebounds while shooting 74 percent from the floor on the home floor of the ACC foes. He not only demonstrated his ability to score in the low post and rebound, but also the capability to take bigger post players off the dribble within the Tribe’s offense. No situation was that more evident than the game-winner at Georgia State as Kitts drove from the top of the key and finished, while getting fouled to give the College the lead for good with under 30 seconds remaining. McDowell, a third-team All-CAA selection last season, is the Tribe’s top returning scorer and one of the top shooters in the country. The 6-6 forward averaged 13.9 points per game last season, a number that ranked 10th in the CAA and is the fifth-best scoring output to return in the league for 2010-11. McDowell’s exploits as a shooter allowed him to be one of only six players nationally to shoot at least 49 percent from the field, 40 percent

from 3-point range and 80 percent from the free throw line. He finished at 49.3 percent from the field, 42.6 percent from 3-point range, which ranked second in the CAA, and 80.3 percent from the free throw stripe. As a sophomore, McDowell was the most versatile scorer in the CAA and his understanding of the game is unparalleled. He topped the 20-point mark on eight occasions, a total that ranked fourth in the CAA. Perhaps the biggest game of his career came on one of the Green and Gold’s biggest stages. In the College’s 83-77 upset at ACC regular season co-champion Maryland, the Mason, Ohio, native finished with a career-high 28 points on 8-of-14 from the field and 9-of-9 from the free throw line. Junior JohnMark Ludwick and sophomore Kyle Gaillard return to the mix after seeing major minutes in 2009-10. Ludwick appeared in all 33 games, making his lone start in the NIT first round game at North Carolina when McDowell was out with injury, while Gaillard came off the bench in all 33 contests, averaging over 11 minutes per game. Ludwick averaged 4.5 points per game for the College and was deadly from 3-point range. He came up in some big spots both in his ability to stretch the defense and as a defensive sub in the low post. In the Tribe’s 78-68 upset at Wake Forest, Ludwick was 3-of-5 from 3-point range to help cement the victory as the College became the first team ever to beat the Demon Deacons in Joel Coliseum during the month of November. He was 3-of-3 from long distance at home against eventual CAA Champion Old Dominion, before finishing the season on a high at UNC. In his first start in the Green and Gold, Ludwick was 5-of-12 from long range, finishing with 15 points against the Tar Heels. In a back-and-forth contest, Ludwick provided deep three after deep three in helping the College set a school record with 16 treys against the Tar Heels. The most athletic player on the Tribe’s roster, Gaillard worked hard in the weight room during the offseason to gain some noticeable bulk. After averaging 2.8 points per game off the bench and shooting 34.2 percent from 3-point range, he will be given the chance to earn a starting nod at the wing position, vacated by the graduation of 1,000-point career scorer Danny Sumner. Gaillard has the ability to score in a variety of ways and is a tough match-up with his length. Along with his work in the weight room, he also worked on developing the consistency on his jump shot. Gaillard busted on to the scene for the College with eight points in his debut at UConn. He also came up big at George Mason toward the end of the year to help the College gain an opening-day bye at the CAA Tournament. He hit a big 3-pointer from the left corner in the second half in helping the College overcome an 11-point halftime deficit. Sophomore Andrew Pavloff adds to the depth and could have an impact on the Tribe lineup in 2010-11 after recovering from the injury bug that plagued him for most of his rookie campaign that limited him to just six games. With his size and shooting ability, Pavloff can cause match-up problems with his ability to stretch the floor. He has added strength and is more fit entering his sophomore campaign. During preseason individual workouts, Pavloff has impressed with his shooting touch and his understanding of the Tribe Hybrid offense. While the returning core of forwards is strong, the Tribe adds a pair of talented freshmen from the Chicagoland area to the mix. Freshman Fred Heldring is a big-bodied forward who has an exceptional basketball IQ. He played for standout high school (New Trier) and AAU (Rising Stars) programs as a prep, competing on a national level against some of the top talent in the country. Heldring was rated the 42nd best center in the country according to ESPN.com and was one of the top 20 players in the state of Illinois. Along with a skilled low post game, the 6-9, 235-pounder is an exceptional passer, an active rebounder and can cause problems for opponents with his ability to shoot the basketball. Freshman Tim Rusthoven adds another versatile scorer to the fold for the College. He graduated from high school as the all-time leading scorer in Wheaton Academy history at 1,439 points. A two-time all-state selection, he was rated as one of the top 20 players in a loaded state of Illinois class. An active rebounder and defender in high school, Rusthoven can score both in the low post with his back to the basket and facing up with the jump shot. He was slowed in the preseason a bit by injury, but gives the Tribe staff another talented option in the frontcourt.

SENIOR FORWARD MARCUS KITTS

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COACHING STAFF

Head Coach Tony Shaver

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TONYSHAVER

Head Coach • 8th Season at W&M • North Carolina (1976) When Tony Shaver accepted the head coaching position at William and Mary in May of 2003, he set his sights on making the Tribe a winning program. Fast-forward seven years and the two-time CAA Coach of the Year and National Mid-Major Coach of the Year finalist has led a revival of the Green and Gold program. This past season, he once again took W&M to the brink of its first-ever CAA title and NCAA Tournament appearance, while in the process leading the College to the third-most wins in school history and its secondever postseason bid in the National Invitational Tournament. Shaver enters his eighth season with the College and 25th overall as one of the winningest active coaches in college basketball. He ranks 28th among active Division I head coach with 445 victories, while ranking 43rd in winning percentage at .645. For the second time in the last three years, Shaver as named the CAA Coach of the Year in 2010 by a vote of the league coaches, SIDs and media, while also being named a finalist for the CollegeInsider.com Hugh Durham Mid-Major Coach of the Year. Shaver also received National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) District 10 and Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID) State Coach of the Year honors, while leading the Tribe to an impressive 22-11 record and the program’s second CAA Championship Game appearance in three seasons. Under Shaver’s direction, the Tribe set or equaled a number of school records in 2009-10 and achieved milestones that few Mid-Major programs in America have accomplished. W&M ranked ninth nationally with a school-record 10 road wins. The College also tied program bests with a 10-game winning streak, the longest at the institution since 1929-30, and the best start in school history at 14-3. W&M received votes in both the ESPN/USA Today and Associated Press National Top 25 polls for seven-straight weeks, marking the first votes for the Tribe in more than 30 years. The Tribe also garnered its firstever CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Top 25 ranking. W&M was ranked in each of the final 15 weeks of the poll, including a best ranking of No. 8, before finishing the year at No. 20. The Green and Gold became the first team ever to win a November game at Joel Coliseum over Wake Forest, 78-68, on Nov. 28 and the first unranked non-BCS school to win at the facility. The Tribe was also the only team to win at ACC regular season cochampion Maryland last season, downing the Terrapins, 83-77, on Dec. 30. W&M became the first league team since the establishment of the CAA to win two ACC road games in the same season. The Tribe is also just the sixth non-BCS school to win two ACC road games in the same season since the league was established in 1953. W&M finished 2010 in third place in the CAA standings with the second-most league wins in school history (12). The Tribe was at its best in close games during the 2009-10 season. The College was 10-4 in games decided by three or fewer points, including a season-record 5-1 mark in one-point contests. On the strength of its 60 RPI and wins over six RPI top 80 teams (three over RPI top 40 squads), the Tribe earned a bid to the NIT, marking only the secodn postseason apperance in school history. Despite falling to North Carolina in a game televised nationally, W&M set a school record with 16 3-pointers and led UNC, 72-69, with just over three minutes remaining in the contest. The Tribe’s 16 3-pointers against the Tar Heels was a signature of the entire W&M season. The Green and Gold hit a school and CAA record 295 3-pointers during the year. The Tribe ranked eighth nationally at 8.9 3-pointers per game. It marked the fourth-straight season in which the Green and Gold hit 200-plus 3-pointers. Along with its success on the court, Tribe players have done their work in the classroom as well under Shaver. This past season, W&M had a team grade point average of nearly 3.0 at one of the toughest academic institutions in the country. Three of the Tribe’s five starters (Marcus Kitts, Quinn McDowell and David Schneider) were named to the CAA All-Academic team. Shaver has also enjoyed success in recruiting. ESPN.com and Scouts, Inc. rated the Tribe’s 2010 recruiting class of Julian Boatner, Brandon Britt, Fred Heldring and Tim Rusthoven as one of the top mid-major classes in the country. ESPN and Scouts, Inc., also listed the quartet as the top group in the CAA. In 2007-08, William and Mary posted its first winning season in a decade finishing with a 17-16 ledger. In fact, it was only the sixth time in school history that a Tribe team had won 17 or more contests. W&M also finished fifth in the league on the strength of a 10-8 CAA ledger. It marked only the second time in the Tribe’s 24-year history in the CAA that it has won double-digit games.

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2010 NIT PARTICIPANT PROFILE Personal Born: January 28, 1954 Hometown: High Point, N.C. Wife: Ann Shaver Children: Christopher (29), Austin (26), Jackson (19) Education North Carolina, 1976 Coaching Career Episcopal High School..................... 1976-1986 Hampden-Sydney.......................... 1986-2003 William and Mary..................................2003-P

COACHING RECORD

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Year 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 Totals

HAMPDEN-SYDNEY Overall 12-13 (.480) 12-13 (.480) 21-8 (.724) 15-11 (.577) 21-6 (.778) 24-6 (.800) 12-13 (.480) 22-6 (.786) 28-3 (.903) 17-9 (.654) 21-7 (.750) 23-6 (.793) 29-3 (.906) 26-2 (.929) 24-5 (.828) 23-6 (.793) 28-4 (.875) 358-121 (.747)

Year 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Totals Career

WILLIAM AND MARY Overall CAA 7-21 (.250) 4-14 (.222) 8-21 (.276) 3-15 (.167) 8-20 (.286) 3-15 (.167) 15-15 (.500) 8-10 (.444) 17-16 (.515) 10-8 (.556) 10-20 (.333) 5-13 (.278) 22-11 (.667) 12-6 (.667) 87-124 (.412) 45-81 (.357) 445-245 (.645)

COACHING STAFF

Career Highlights • 2008 and 2010 CAA Coach of the Year • Finalist for the CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Coach of the Year in 2008 and 20010 • Two-time CollegeInsider.com CAA Coach of the Year • 2010 NABC District Coach of the Year • Eight ODAC Championships • 13 20-Win Seasons • 2010 NIT Appearance • 11 NCAA Division III Tournament Appearances • Two NCAA Division III Final Fours • 1999 NCAA Division III National Runner Up • Three-Time ODAC Coach of the Year • Three-Time South Region Coach of the Year • Four-Time VaSID State Coach of the Year, including 2010

Head Coach Tony Shaver

The program posted back-to-back 15-plus win seasons for the first time in a quarter of a century in 2006-07 and 2007-08. The Tribe also put together consecutive seasons with a .500 or better record for the first time in 23 years. Shaver was voted the 2008 CAA Coach of the Year. The Shaver-led Tribe punctuated the honor by reeling off three-straight last-second wins on its way to the CAA Championship Game. Included in the run was a 56-54 win over regular season champion and No. 1 seed VCU in the semifinals. W&M won three contests to get to the championship game, matching the program’s victory total in the tournament from the previous 22 years. As a result of the title game appearance, W&M had its first-ever nationally televised game and made its first appearance on ESPN. The Tribe accomplished numerous other milestones during the historic 2007-08 season. W&M established not only school records, but CAA marks for 3-pointers made (257) and attempted (755) in a season. Shaver engineered a quartet of double-digit comebacks for the Tribe in 2008, including three straight in wins over James Madison (1/9), at Georgia State (1/12) and against Northeastern (1/16). It marked the first time in school history W&M overcame two-straight double-digit secondhalf deficits, let alone three. The Tribe’s 16-point second-half comeback at Georgia State was the largest deficit that W&M overcame on the road in 15 years. Shaver also reached a coaching milestone of his own on December 31, 2007, winning his 400th collegiate coaching game as the Tribe defeated Fairfield, 71-50, at Kaplan Arena. W&M demonstrated its mettle as a winning team with not only its ability to overcame deficits, but also with being able to win close games. The Tribe won more than half its games (nine) in 200708 when trailing at the half. W&M also won nine games by four or fewer points in 2007-08, bettering the total (six) from Shaver’s first four seasons. The Tribe put together a six-game CAA winning streak, which marked only the third such league winning streak in Tribe history. Shaver also guided the Tribe to four straight CAA road wins in 2008. In 2006-07, Shaver earned CollegeInsider.com Colonial Athletic Association Coach of the Year honors after guiding the Tribe to a 15-15 record. Shaver also led his troops to eight wins during the tough CAA portion; only the third time the Tribe had accomplished that feat. Another telling stat of the progression of the program was the four CAA road victories, highlighted by a 67-63 win over 2006 Final Four participant George Mason. In Shaver’s first four seasons, W&M had won only three road affairs. The 2006-07 season brought about a change in styles for the 31st W&M head coach. After spending much of his career coaching an up-tempo offense, featuring a trapping defense, Shaver switched over to a more perimeter-oriented attack. The Tribe offensive scheme now spreads the floor and relies on spacing, effective perimeter shooting and players reading and reacting to teammates’ cuts and motion. Defensively, W&M employs a plethora of defensive systems to throw off opposing offenses.

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Head Coach Tony Shaver

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During the 2005-06 season, W&M started 4-1, marking the best start for the Tribe team against current Division I opponents in school history (the 1992-93 unit started 6-1, but played two non-DI opponents). Included in those four victories was a 70-60 win at Hampton, which went on to make the NCAA Tournament. In November 2005, Shaver was inducted into the Episcopal High School Hall of Fame. He led EHS for 10 seasons from 1976-86. Shaver has been inducted into the Hall of Fame at both of his head coaching stops prior to taking over the reins at William and Mary. He was named to the Hampden-Sydney College Hall of Fame in 2004. “It was a great thrill to return to the campuses of Episcopal High School and Hampden-Sydney College for the induction ceremonies,” Shaver said. “Episcopal and Hampden-Sydney are special places to my family.” In his second season at the helm, W&M started the season on a high note, defeating Radford and Hartford to win the inaugural W&M Tip-Off Classic, the first regular season tournament title for the College since 1981. The Tribe defeated James Madison in the first round of the CAA Tournament for W&M’s first postseason win since 1997, and just the third in the last 20 years. Shaver began his Tribe career with a 91-64 pounding of Liberty on Nov. 23, 2003. He also won his first Colonial Athletic Association contest, as the Tribe knocked off two-time defending league champion UNC Wilmington, 67-66, in overtime on Dec. 4, 2003. In the Tribe’s first contest against a nationally ranked opponent under Shaver’s direction, W&M performed well, leading No. 15 Pittsburgh by 10 points midway through the first half, before the Panthers, who attempted 28 more free throws than the Tribe, won 7055. There have been individual successes as well for the Green and Gold during Shaver’s tenure. On eight occasions, a W&M player has been named All-CAA under Shaver, while another five have been named to the CAA All-Rookie Team. Adam Hess, a 2004 graduate, became the first player in school history to lead the CAA in scoring. An outstanding student and athlete, Hess was named the CAA Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year (for all sports) and was a First-Team Academic All-American and all-conference selection as a senior. Corey Cofield was voted the 2004 CAA Rookie of the Year, leading all freshmen in the league in points, rebounds and field goal percentage. W&M players have also enjoyed success in the classroom under Shaver, as on 14 occasions a Tribe player has been named to the CAA All-Academic team over the last seven seasons, including a program-high three in each of the last three years. This past season, senior David Schneider was named to the All-Academic first team for the third time, while also garnering the league’s prestigious Dean Ehlers Leadership Award. Schneider was the third CAA Men’s Basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year award under Shaver in 2008. In total, six former W&M athletes who played under Shaver have gone on to professional careers overseas. Hess is starting his third season for Artland in the German Bundesliga, where he earned Second-Team All-Bundesliga honors in 2007. Fellow 2004 graduate Zeb Cope spent his seventh professional season overseas with JSF Naterre in the French Pro A League. It marked his fourth season in France. Adam Payton, a 2007 graduate of W&M, spent his second year with French squad Lille Metropole. He helped the organization to the French N1 League title and a promotion into the French Pro B League in 2009. Laimis Kisielius, who graduated in 2008, played last season in Latvia where he was an all-star and ranked among the league leaders in scoring and assists. 2010 graduates Danny Sumner (Finland) and David Schneider (England) both signed professional contracts in Europe this year. Shaver was named the head coach of the Tribe on May 2, 2003. He came to W&M after coaching 17 seasons at Hampden-Sydney, compiling a record of 358-121 (.747). He turned the Tigers into a Division III national powerhouse, leading the men’s basketball team to eight Old Dominion Athletic Conference titles, 12 20-win seasons and 11 NCAA Division III Tournament appearances. The winningest basketball coach in the program’s history, he was named the ODAC and South Region Coach of the Year in 1995, 1999 and 2000, and was picked as the Virginia Sports Information Directors Division II-III Coach of the Year in 1997, 1999 and 2000. In 2003, Shaver took the Tigers to the NCAA Division III Final Four, as his team finished with a record of 28-4. In 1999, Shaver led H-SC to the national championship game, where the Tigers lost by one point in double-

overtime to Wisconsin-Platteville. The team finished 29-3, setting a school record for most wins in a season. In 1999, one of Shaver’s charges, Jack Jirak, was named the ODAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year and was also awarded the Gammon Cup as the top-student-athlete at the college. Two of Shaver’s players, David Hobbs (1999) and Russell Turner (1992) earned Academic All-America honors. A number of his players have been named to the Academic All-ODAC squad, including six student-athletes in 1998. Shaver first led the Tigers to the national postseason in 1988-89, just his third season as the team’s head coach. That year, H-SC won the ODAC championship, ending the season with a 21-8 record. Prior to taking over at Hampden-Sydney for the 1986-87 campaign, Shaver spent 10 years as the head boys’ basketball coach at Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Virginia. He was named the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association State Coach of the Year in 1986, and was twice picked as the Alexandria Coach of the Year, while winning 73 percent of his games. A 1976 graduate of North Carolina, Shaver was a guard on the Tar Heel men’s basketball team from 1972-75 under head coach Dean Smith. Originally a walk-on, he earned a scholarship his rookie season, when he was awarded the prestigious Butch Bennett Award, presented to the freshman who exemplifies determination, sportsmanship and sacrifice for the team. Shaver was voted the honoree by his teammates. During his four years in Chapel Hill, UNC went 95-26, including a pair of trips to the NCAA Tournament in 1975 and 1976. During the 1975 season, the Tar Heels won the ACC Tournament and advanced to the Sweet 16. During the 1973 and 1974 season, North Carolina made the National Invitational Tournament. A native of High Point, North Carolina, Shaver and his wife, Ann, are the parents of three sons: Christopher (29), Austin (26) and Jackson (19). Christopher was a professional baseball pitcher and spent time in the San Diego Padres and Chicago Cubs organizations after a standout career with the Tribe baseball team. Austin is current director of basketball operations for the Tribe. Jackson is a sophomore on the William and Mary baseball team.

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BENWILKINS

Assistant Coach • 5th Season at W&M • N.C. State (2001)

COACHING STAFF

2010-11 TRIBE Basketball

Assistant Ben Wilkins

Ben Wilkins enters his fifth season as an assistant coach on the men’s basketball staff. Wilkins has been instrumental in the implementation of W&M’s offensive and defensive systems. During his four seasons, W&M has posted the seventh-best four-year stretch in school history, culminating in the Tribe’s 22-win, National Invitational Tournament appearance last season. Wilkins has helped the Tribe to two CAA Championship game appearances in the last three years. “Ben has been an instrumental part in the recent success of the Tribe program,” head coach Tony Shaver said. “He is a tireless worker, and will do anything possible to make this basketball program successful. Ben was a key factor in implementing our new system, and is always looking for ways to tweak and improve our current scheme. He relates well with the players and is a successful recruiter with the relationship he developments with coaches, parents and potential recruits.” Wilkins helped engineer the College’s move to its current offensive scheme that spreads the floor and relies on spacing, effective perimeter shooting and players reading and reacting to each others’ cuts and motion. Over the last four seasons, the Tribe has made 200 or more 3-pointers, including a CAA record 295 last year. The Green and Gold also have dished out 400 or more assists in each of the last four campaigns. He helped bring in the the 2010 recruiting class that was ranked among the best Mid-Major classes in the country and the top in the CAA by ESPN.com and Scouts, Inc. Wilkins’ responsibilities also include scouting, scheduling, recruiting, individual skill work and developing the Tribe’s perimeter players. During his first two seasons, he headed the College’s scouting of opponents and game planning. During his first two seasons with the Tribe, W&M has posted back-to-back seasons of 15-or-more wins for the first time in 25 years. In 2007-08, the College capped the year with its first winning record in a decade and the program’s first CAA Championship Game appearance. Before coming to W&M, Wilkins was the video coordinator at N.C. State. The Wolfpack advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament in 2005-06, while amassing an overall record of 22-10. N.C. State also went 10-6 in ACC action. During the season, Wilkins was involved with various aspects of the Wolfpack program including film editing, player housing, player financial services and organizing a past player reunion. He also served as the liaison for sports marketing, handled office and player tickets and was an assistant camp director. Wilkins served as the first assistant and recruiting coordinator for Barton College in Wilson, N.C., during the 2003-04 and 2004-05 seasons. The Bulldogs compiled a 35-21 mark over those two seasons, including a third-place finish in the Carolinas-Virginia Athletics Conference (CVAC) during his final campaign. In his time at Barton, Wilkins’ primary responsibilities centered around recruiting, scouting reports, both practice and in-game coaching, development of the perimeter players and film exchange. Wilkin’s final recruiting class at Barton finished their careers with a 68-12 CVAC record to go along with three regular season and three tournament championships. The group advanced to the NCAA Division II Tournament on three occasions and tallied an Elite Eight appearance in 2006 to go along with its 2007 NCAA Division II National Championship. During his time as the recruiting coordinator at Barton, the Bulldogs signed two-time CVAC Player of the Year, Anthony Atkinson, and CVAC Freshman of the Year, Bobby Buffaloe. A trio of Wilkins recruits, including Atkins, Buffaloe and Brian Leggett, were two-time All-CVAC selections during their careers. Wilkins also assisted in the organization and operation of the Barton Basketball Camp and served as the game day manager during both men’s and women’s basketball games. Wilkins graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts in history in December of 2001. During his time at N.C. State, he was also a team manager. After graduating from N.C. State, Wilkins served as the junior varsity coach for Apex High School in Apex, N.C. He guided the Cougars to a 17-1 mark and a first-place showing in conference play. As an assistant for the boys’ varsity squad, Wilkins helped guide Apex to the state playoffs. Wilkins resides in Williamsburg and is engaged to the W&M athletic trainer Lisa Shook.

PROFILE Personal Born: Sept. 26, 1978 Hometown: Mt. Pleasant, Pa. Education North Carolina State, 2001 Coaching Career Apex High School (2001-03) Barton College (2003-05) N.C. State (2005-06) William and Mary (2006-P)

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Assistant Jamion Christian

JAMIONCHRISTIAN

COACHING STAFF

Assistant Coach • 3rd Season at W&M • Mt. St. Mary’s (Md.) (2004)

PROFILE Personal Born: April 18, 1982 Hometown: New Kent, Va. Wife: Tiffany Christian Education Mount St. Mary’s, 2004 Coaching Career Emory & Henry (2004-06) Bucknell (2006-2008) William and Mary (2008-P)

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Jamion Christian enters his third season on the William and Mary staff as an assistant coach. Christian’s responsibilities with the Tribe include coordinating team travel, working with post players, scouting and recruiting. His recruiting responsibilities cover the states of Virginia and Texas as well as the Washington, D.C. area. “Jamion is just a perfect fit for our program and W&M,” head coach Tony Shaver said. “He grew up close by in New Kent and has always appreciated what W&M offers. His work ethic and ability to relate to young people makes him a great recruiter. Jamion displays maturity beyond his years and contributes in every facet of our program.” In 2010, Christian helped the Tribe earned a bid to the National Invitational Tournament, marking only the second post season appearance in school history. W&M finished the year with the third most wins in school history, 22, including wins over ACC foes Maryland and Wake Forest. W&M also advanced to the CAA Championship game for the second time. Christian helped bring in the Tribe’s 2010 recruiting class that was ranked among the best Mid-Major classes in the country and the top in the CAA by ESPN.com and Scouts, Inc. He came to Williamsburg after serving two seasons as the manager of basketball operations at Bucknell University. Christian is a local product, growing up in New Kent, Va., and prepping at New Kent High School. Over his playing and coaching career, Christian has been a part of a winning culture from a number of successful head coaches. In total, the five head coaches Christian has been associated with over his career have won nearly 2,400 games. During his playing career, he played for Ed Allen, who won more than 400 career games as a high school coach, at New Kent. Christian played three seasons at Mount St. Mary’s for legendary coach Jim Phelan, who ranks fourth in NCAA history with 830 wins. He spent time on the staffs of three successful coaches on the collegiate level. At Emory and Henry, Christian worked under Bob Johnson, who won more than 400 games and has the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Coach of the Year award named in his honor. During his time at Bucknell, Christian worked for head coach Pat Flannery, who was a W&M assistant coach in 1986-97 and registered 329 career wins as a head coach, including the second most in Bucknell history (234) at the Patriot League school. Flannery was the 2006 Mid-Major Coach of the Year after leading the Bison to a school-record 27 wins and the program’s second straight run to the NCAA Second Round. As an assistant at W&M, Christian works under the tutelage of Shaver, who ranks 28th among active NCAA head coach with 445 career wins. As a member of the staff at Bucknell, Christian’s main responsibilities included coordinating team travel plans, handling the team’s video needs, directing the Bison summer camps and assisting in the arrangement of alumni functions, such as the team’s popular summer golf tournament. During his two seasons, the Bison amassed a 34-28 overall mark. In 2006-07, Bucknell finished with a 22-9 mark and advanced to the Patriot League Championship game before falling to Holy Cross. Prior to his tenure with the Bison, Christian served as an assistant coach at Emory & Henry College in Emory, Va., during the 2004-05 and 2005-06 seasons. The Wasps were one of the highest scoring teams in the country during Christian’s time, averaging 104.3 points per game in 2005-06, which ranked third in the nation. Emory & Henry, a Division III program in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC), finished with a 14-12 record and also ranked among the national leaders in steals (second), 3-pointers made (third), turnovers forced (third) and assists (fifth). A 2004 graduate of Mount St. Mary’s in Emmitsburg, Md., Christian was a three-year team captain and starting guard. During his career with The Mount, Christian scored 581 career points and averaged 6.5 points per game. He played in 90 career games with 54 starts and averaged 19.8 minutes per contest. The best statistical season of Christian’s career came in 2001-02 when he led Mount St. Mary’s in scoring with an 11.3 points per game average. In Northeast Conference games, he averaged 13.1 points per game, which ranked 16th in the league. He also ranked among the league leaders in free throw percentage and 3-pointers made in 2001-02. He scored a career-high 24 points on two occasions during his collegiate career. Christian also played shortstop on The Mount’s baseball team during his time at the institution. He earned his degree from Mount St. Mary’s in rhetoric and communications. A native of New Kent, Va., Christian earned VHSL Group A State Player of the Year honors in his senior season after leading New Kent High School to a 26-0 record and a state title. Jamion and his wife, Tiffany, were married in May of 2010. The couple resides in Williamsburg. His father, John, was inducted into the Virginia State University Sports Hall of Fame for Track and Field after earning Tri-Rivers Coach of the Year honors in 2003, 2007 and 2010 to go along the state championship at Charles City High School. His mother, Joyce, has spent 31 years as a teacher and was the 2003 New Kent Middle School Team of the Year. His brother, Jarell, is an assistant coach at Emory and Henry.

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Assistant Jonathan Holmes

JONATHANHOLMES

Assistant Coach • 3rd Season at W&M • North Carolina (2003)

2010-11 TRIBE Basketball

COACHING STAFF

Jonathan Holmes enters his third season with the Tribe staff. He served as an assistant coach at the Division II and NAIA levels before coming to Williamsburg prior to the 2008-09 season. Holmes grew up in the basketball-rich state of Indiana and furthers the W&M-North Carolina connection at the College after playing four seasons for the Tar Heels. “Jonathan has a strong pedigree in basketball and he could not be more excited to be a member of the Tribe,” head coach Tony Shaver said. “He possesses a great knowledge of the game and has strong recruiting contacts. Jonathan has been runner-up for Indiana’s ‘Mr. Basketball’ and played in the Final Four for the University of North Carolina, so he brings a winning way in helping to continue the improvement of the program.” Holmes’ responsibilities with the Tribe include overseeing the team’s academics, working with guards, scouting and recruiting. His main focus area in recruiting is the Midwest. In 2010, Holmes helped the Tribe earned a bid to the National Invitational Tournament, marking only the second post season appearance in school history. W&M finished the year with the third most wins in school history, 22, including wins over ACC foes Maryland and Wake Forest. W&M also advanced to the CAA Championship game for the second time. Holmes helped bring in the Tribe’s 2010 recruiting class that was ranked among the best Mid-Major classes in the country and the top in the CAA by ESPN.com and Scouts, Inc. Holmes spent two seasons at Division II school Francis Marion University in Florence, S.C. During his tenure with the Patriots, Holmes’ primary responsibilities included recruiting, on-floor coaching, individual player workouts, pre- and post-season workouts and helping in the area of academic support for team members. Prior to his time at FMU, the Bloomington, Ind., native spent one season as an assistant coach and head junior varsity coach at Montreat College in 2005-06. The Cavaliers compiled a 22-10 mark and won both the Appalachian Athletic Conference regular-season and tournament titles, while also reaching the second round of the NAIA Division II national tournament. Holmes has also served as a counselor at numerous North Carolina Men’s Basketball Camps, as well as at his own Jonathan Holmes Basketball Camp in Bloomington, which started in 2002. Holmes is a 2003 graduate of the University of North Carolina, where he was a four-year letterman on the Tar Heel basketball team. He played in 76 career games and recorded nearly a two-to-one assists to turnovers ratio. During his career, the Tar Heels advanced to the 2000 Final Four, appeared in the 2003 NIT post-season tournament and won both the 1999 Maui Invitational and the 2002 Preseason NIT. Holmes was named to the 2003 ACC All-Academic Team. He earned a degree in communications from UNC with a 3.6 grade point average. Upon graduation, Holmes played professional basketball for two seasons overseas. He was a member of the Leicester Riders in the British Basketball League (England) during the 2003-04 season. The following season, Holmes was a member of the IC Horsens in the Basketligaen Danish League (Denmark). He averaged 14 points and five assists in helping IC Horsens to a runner-up finish during the Danish League regular season as well as a tournament semifinal appearance in 2005. Holmes was a four-year varsity starter for his father, J.R., at Bloomington South High School and capped his career as the runner-up for Indiana Mr. Basketball in 1999. He left as the school’s all-time leader in points, assists, consecutive games started, free throw percentage and 3-pointers made. Holmes was also the recipient of the John Wooden Citizenship Award in 1999. His high school honors also included Nike High School AllAmerican in the summer of 1998, McDonald’s All-American Nominee, two-time first team All-State in Indiana and being named to the Indiana All-Star team. As a student at Bloomington South, Holmes was the co-valedictorian and carried a perfect grade point average. Jonathan and his wife, Jennifer, were married in September of 2006. Jennifer, who is originally from New Hampshire, owns her own business, Dear Lillie, which is a line of clothing for women and children. The couple have a daughter, Lillian Annabel, born Dec. 1, 2008 and is expecting their second child in May of 2011.

PROFILE Personal Born: March 31, 1980 Hometown: Bloomington, Ind. Wife: Jennifer Holmes Daughter: Lillian Annabel Holmes Education North Carolina, 2003 Coaching Career Montreat (2005-06) Francis Marion (2006-08) William and Mary (2008-P)

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COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY Director of Ops Austin Shaver

AUSTINSHAVER Director of Operations • 1st Season at W&M • Virginia (2007)

COACHING STAFF

Austin Shaver enters his first season as a part of the Tribe men’s basketball program, serving as the Director of Basketball Operations. Austin, the son of head coach Tony Shaver, joins the Green and Gold after serving the last two seasons as an assistant coach at HampdenSydney for former Tribe assistant Dee Vick. As the Director of Basketball Operations, Shaver’s responsibilities will include film exchange, team travel, facilities, camp and equipment. “I am proud and excited of all the experience Austin will add to our program,” head coach Tony Shaver said. “He has a diverse background having worked for quality collegiate programs under Coach Dee Vick at Hampden-Sydney and Coach Anthony Grant at VCU as well as gaining experience both at the high school and AAU levels. Austin will continue to work hard and be loyal to William and Mary.” During his tenure at Hampden-Sydney, the Tigers were 27-27. HSC finished the 2008-09 season at 14-14 overall record and advanced to the semifinals of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Championship. This past season, the Tigers were 13-13 overall with a pair of upsets over top 20 teams in the country. Hampden-Sydney notched a win over then-No. 11 Eastern Mennonite, before knocking off then-No. 16 Randolph-Macon on the road. Over the two seasons, three Tigers earned All-ODAC honors, including the program’s first-ever league rookie of the year in Harrison George during the 2009-10 campaign. Shaver graduated in 2007 from the University of Virginia with a degree in Psychology. During his senior year at UVa, Shaver was an assistant coach at perennial Virginia Independent Schools power, Miller School while also serving as a head coach for the East Coast Fusion AAU program. Shaver has also worked with the touted Boo Williams AAU organization that consistently develops the top basketball talent in the state of Virginia. Upon graduation from UVA, Shaver joined the VCU SportsCenter graduate program and worked as a graduate assistant for the Colonial Athletic Association regular season champion Rams and Grant. Shaver co-directed the 2008 VCU SportsCenter International Showcase that brought in players fresh from college as well as agents from professional teams looking to offer contracts. Austin and his wife, Kelly, were married in June of 2010. The couple resides in Williamsburg.

PROFILE Personal Born: October 24, 1984 Hometown: Hampden-Sydney, Va. Wife: Kelly Shaver Education B.S., Virginia, 2007 M.S., VCU, 2008 Coaching Career Miller School (2006-07) VCU (2007-08) Hampden-Sydney (2008-10) William and Mary (2010-P)

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Senior Marcus Kitts

Sr. • F • 6-9 •235 • Holly Springs, N.C./Middle Creek

The Tribe’s top returning post player, who has started 39 games in 77 career apperances, including 31 last season … His 6.3 rebounds per game led the team and ranks as the sixth-best returning total in the CAA … Ranks 13th in W&M history career blocked shots … Is a career 60.2 percent shooter from the field … A 2010-11 team captain.

PLAYERS

JUNIOR SEASON (2009-10) Named CAA All-Academic Second Team … W&M’s top low-post presence, averaging 7.0 points and 6.3 rebounds per game … Ranked eighth in the CAA in offensive rebounding (2.8), 10th in rebounding, 13th in blocked shots (1.0) and 15th in defensive rebounds (3.6) … Was a force in the Tribe’s NIT loss at North Carolina (3/16), finishing with 12 points on 6-of-7 shooting to go along with five rebounds in 19 minutes of action … According to KenPom.com, ranked second in the CAA and 20th nationally in offensive rebounding percentage (14.9) … Offensive rebounding percentage is a measure of the possible rebounds that are gathered by the offense … His 33 blocks were the sixth most in school history and the most since 2003 … His 1.03 blocks per game average ranked 15th in school history … W&M was 10-3 this season when Kitts scored eight or more points in a game … Recorded his fifth double-digit rebounding effort of the year at UNCW (2/27) with 10 rebounds … His five 10-plus rebound performances tied for eighth in the CAA … Narrowly missed a double-doubles with nine points and a game-high 10 rebounds in the win over Northeastern (2/13), while finishing with 12 points and nine rebounds vs. Towson (2/24) … Turned in his second-straight double-digit effort with 13 points and a career-high five assists against Delaware (2/10) … Scored 10 points including the gamewinning driving lay-up with 27.2 seconds remaining at Georgia State (2/6) … Blocked a career-high four shots at Old Dominion (2/3), the most for a Tribe player in six years, while pulling down a team-best six rebounds … Recorded his first collegiate double-double with a career-high 16 points on 8-of-10 shooting and a game-high 11 rebounds at VCU (1/20) … Tied his career-high for the second straight game with 11 points at Hofstra (1/2) … Registered 11 points, including a pair of thunderous dunks, in the win at Maryland (12/30), while adding a team-best five rebounds and two blocked shots … Dished out four assists and blocked three shots in the win at Radford (12/22) … Narrowly missed a double-double with nine points and 13 rebounds against Longwood (12/2) … Turned in a solid all-around game vs. the Lancers, finishing with a career-high 13 rebounds and a career-high tying four assists … His 13 rebounds vs. LU were the most for a W&M player since 2005 … Just missed his a double-double with an outstanding 9-point and 10-rebound effort against a starting front line of 6-9, 6-11 and 7-0 at Wake Forest (11/28) … Pulled down a team-high and then-career high nine rebounds at Manhattan (11/21). SOPHOMORE SEASON (2008-09) Started eight games and averaged six points and 3.9 rebounds per game, while shooting 73.3 percent from the floor in eight games as a starter … Appeared in 29 games and shot 56.5 percent from the floor, while averaging nearly four points and three rebounds per game … Was a perfect 4-of4 for eight points at Old Dominion … Scored eight points on 4-of-5 from the floor to go along with four rebounds against UNCW … Dished out a career-high four assists, while pulling down a season-high six rebounds in just 14 minutes against Northeastern … Garnered his first collegiate start

CAREER HIGHS Points 16 at VCU (1/20/10) Field Goals 8 at VCU (1/20/10) Field Goal Attempts 11 at Delaware (1/6/10) 3-Point Field Goals None 3-Point Field Goal Attempts None Free Throws 6 at Harvard (11/15/09) Free Throw Attempts 8 at Harvard (11/15/09) Rebounds 13 vs. Longwood (12/2/09) Assists 5 vs. Delaware (2/10/10) Steals 3 at Loyola (Ill.) (12/2/08) Blocked Shots 4 at Old Dominion (2/3/10) Minutes 41 at Harvard (11/15/09)

KITTS’ STATISTICS

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CAREER Season G-GS 2007-08 16-0 2008-09 29-8 2009-10 32-31 Career 77-39

Min-Avg FG-A 147-9.2 17-29 343-11.8 48-85 732-22.9 95-152 1222-15.9 160-266

Pct 3FG-A .586 0-0 .565 0-0 .625 0-0 .602 0-0

Pct .000 .000 .000 .000

FT-A 5-13 13-45 33-72 51-130

Pct .385 .289 .458 .392

OR-DR 18-18 37-43 88-115 143-176

Reb-Avg 36-2.3 80-2.8 203-6.3 319-4.1

PF-FO 9-0 45-1 80-2 134-3

A 7 22 43 72

TO 9 26 49 84

Blk 6 11 33 50

St 0 13 13 26

Pts-Avg 39-2.4 109-3.8 223-7.0 371-4.8

CAA Season 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Career

Min-Avg 63-9.0 177-10.4 373-21.9 613-15.0

Pct 3FG-A .667 0-0 .718 0-0 .618 0-0 .650 0-0

Pct .000 .000 .000 .000

FT-A 2-4 5-19 11-26 18-49

Pct .500 .263 .423 .367

OR-DR 9-6 18-22 50-58 77-86

Reb-Avg 15-2.1 40-2.4 108-6.4 163-4.0

PF-FO 4-0 25-0 47-1 76-1

A 5 12 23 40

TO 1 12 26 39

Blk 3 7 19 29

St 0 8 8 16

Pts-Avg 22-3.1 61-3.6 121-7.1 204-5.0

G-GS 7-0 17-7 17-16 41-23

FG-A 10-15 28-39 55-89 93-143

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PREP During his senior campaign, led Middle Creek to its first TriEight Conference championship and the school’s first-ever 4-A state playoff appearance and victory ... A three-time allconference player ... Selected as a North Carolina All-Star for the 10th Annual Carolinas All-State Classic and led his team in rebounding with 10 ... A McDonald’s All-American nominee ... As a senior, scored 17 points and pulled down 11 rebounds to help Middle Creek to a 59-46 victory over Apex in the Tri-Eight Conference tournament ... Scored a season-high 29 points against Panther Creek on Jan. 9 ... Averaged 19 points and 12 rebounds as a junior... Scored 419 points in 2005-06, including a season-high 36 against Lee County ... Averaged 13.5 points, 7.0 rebounds and 2.2 blocks per game ... Earned MVP honors at the 2006 North Carolina State Games Tournament ... Played AAU basketball for the Carolina Celtics and Garner Road in Raleigh ... National Honor Society President as a senior... Has a passion for leadership and studied under John Maxwell, a Christian author and leadership speaker. PERSONAL The son of Jon and Sally Kitts ... Father played college football at Central Michigan from 1978-81 ... Majoring in business.

2009-10 Opponent GS N13 at Connecticut * N15 at Harvard * N19 RICHMOND * N21 at Manhattan * N25 HAMPTON * N28 at Wake Forest * D2 LONGWOOD * D5 VCU * D19 VASSAR * D22 at Radford * D30 at Maryland * J2 at Hofstra * J4 UNCW * J6 at Delaware * J9 at Drexel * J14 JMU * J20 at VCU * J23 ODU * J27 at JMU * J31 DREXEL * F3 at ODU * F6 at Ga State * F10 DELAWARE * F13 NORTHEASTERN * F16 at Mason * F19 at Iona * F24 TOWSON F27 at UNCW * M6 vs JMU * M7 vs Northeastern * M8 vs ODU * M16 at North Carolina *

Min FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot-Avg PF-FO A TO Blk 25 3-5 .600 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 2-4 6-6.0 1-0 3 0 1 41 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 6-8 .750 2-3 5-5.5 4-0 2 3 1 22 3-4 .750 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 1-6 7-6.0 2-0 1 3 0 25 3-9 .333 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 6-3 9-6.8 3-0 1 0 0 22 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 0-3 3-6.0 2-0 1 2 2 24 3-4 .750 0-0 .000 3-5 .600 3-7 10-6.7 2-0 1 3 1 28 4-7 .571 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 8-5 13-7.6 2-0 4 3 1 24 3-3 1.000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 3-0 3-7.0 4-0 3 0 2 20 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 4-6 .667 2-4 6-6.9 2-0 2 0 1 23 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-4 .000 2-1 3-6.5 4-0 4 1 3 25 5-8 .625 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 2-3 5-6.4 1-0 0 0 2 23 5-6 .833 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 1-3 4-6.2 1-0 2 1 1 17 3-5 .600 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-2 3-5.9 4-0 1 1 2 24 4-11 .364 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 6-3 9-6.1 3-0 3 0 0 20 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-6 6-6.1 3-0 0 3 1 10 3-3 1.000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 1-1 2-5.9 1-0 1 0 0 24 8-10 .800 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 7-4 11-6.2 0-0 2 2 0 22 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-1 3-6.0 1-0 0 2 0 25 3-7 .429 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 4-3 7-6.1 3-0 0 2 0 17 0-4 .000 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 3-3 6-6.1 3-0 1 2 1 15 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-4 6-6.0 4-0 2 1 4 26 5-6 .833 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 1-4 5-6.0 3-0 0 0 1 30 6-9 .667 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 2-3 5-6.0 3-0 5 3 1 25 3-5 .600 0-0 .000 3-4 .750 3-7 10-6.1 3-0 1 4 2 27 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 3-6 .500 5-4 9-6.2 5-1 0 3 3 20 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 2-4 6-6.2 0-0 1 3 0 20 6-8 .750 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 6-3 9-6.3 3-0 1 0 0 24 3-4 .750 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 3-7 10-6.5 3-0 1 2 1 18 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 1-3 .333 1-2 3-6.3 2-0 0 1 0 21 3-5 .600 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 3-6 9-6.4 2-0 0 1 2 26 3-4 .750 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 2-3 5-6.4 1-0 0 1 0 19 6-7 .857 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-3 5-6.3 5-1 0 2 0

Stl 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

2008-09 Opponent GS N14 at Penn State N16 at Ohio N19 NORFOLK ST N22 NAVY N25 RADFORD N28 vs South Carolina St N29 at Liberty D2 at Loyola (Chicago) D6 VCU D20 HAVERFORD D31 HARVARD J3 at Northeastern J5 ODU J7 at UNCW J10 JMU J14 MASON J21 at Hofstra J24 at Drexel J28 TOWSON J31 GA STATE * F4 NORTHEASTERN * F7 at VCU * F11 UNCW * F14 at JMU * F18 at Towson * F21 MANHATTAN * F25 at ODU * F28 DREXEL M6 vs JMU

Min FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot-Avg PF-FO A TO Blk 9 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 2-2 4-4.0 0-0 0 0 0 17 2-5 .400 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0-4 4-4.0 2-0 1 2 0 8 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-2 3-3.7 0-0 1 1 0 12 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 2-0 2-3.3 2-0 1 3 1 11 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-3 3-3.2 4-0 0 1 0 16 4-5 .800 0-0 .000 3-5 .600 2-2 4-3.3 3-0 3 0 1 23 4-7 .571 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 4-2 6-3.7 5-1 2 4 0 18 2-7 .286 0-0 .000 2-5 .400 3-1 4-3.8 1-0 1 1 0 12 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-1 2-3.6 0-0 0 2 1 12 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 1-1 2-3.4 1-0 0 0 0 5 0-4 .000 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 2_0 2-3.3 0-0 1 0 0 4 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0-3.0 0-0 0 0 1 3 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 1-2.8 0-0 0 1 0 6 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0-2.6 0-0 0 0 1 4 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-0 1-2.5 2-0 0 1 0 7 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 2-0 2-2.5 0-0 1 0 1 10 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 0-2.4 0-0 0 1 1 7 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0-2 2-2.3 0-0 0 0 1 10 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 0-2 2-2.3 2-0 0 0 0 21 4-4 1.000 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 2-3 5-2.5 3-0 0 1 0 14 3-5 .600 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 3-3 6-2.6 3-0 4 1 0 10 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 1-0 1-2.5 1-0 0 1 0 16 4-5 .800 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-3 4-2.6 2-0 1 1 1 13 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0-3 3-2.6 4-0 2 0 0 19 4-5 .800 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 3-2 5-2.7 4-0 2 1 0 20 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 1-3 4-2.8 0-0 0 1 1 14 4-4 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-1 3-2.8 2-0 2 1 0 7 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-1 3-2.8 2-0 0 1 0 15 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 1-1 2-2.8 2-0 0 1 1

Stl Pts-Avg 0 2-2.0 0 5-3.5 0 2-3.0 0 4-3.3 0 2-3.0 0 11-4.3 1 8-4.9 3 6-5.0 1 2-4.7 1 2-4.4 0 0-4.0 0 0-3.7 0 0-3.4 1 4-3.4 0 2-3.3 0 2-3.3 0 0-3.1 0 3-3.1 2 3-3.1 0 9-3.4 0 6-3.5 0 3-3.5 0 8-3.7 1 3-3.6 2 8-3.8 0 3-3.8 0 8-3.9 1 0-3.8 0 3-3.8

2007-08 Opponent GS N15 at NC State D7 at North Florida D22 MONTREAT D29 at Hampton D31 FAIRFIELD J9 JMU F6 HOFSTRA F9 at Northeastern F13 at UNCW F16 at Towson F20 DREXEL F23 LOYOLA (CHICAGO) M1 VCU M7 vs Ga. State M8 vs ODU M10 vs Mason

Min FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot-Avg PF-FO A TO Blk 5 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0.0 0-0 0 0 0 16 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 2-1 3-1.5 1-0 1 0 0 17 4-9 .444 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 3-4 7-3.3 1-0 1 1 1 8 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 1-2 3-3.3 1-0 0 2 0 5 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-0 2-3.0 1-0 0 4 1 3 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0-2.5 0-0 0 0 0 3 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0-2.1 0-0 0 0 0 4 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-0 1-2.0 1-0 0 0 0 21 3-4 .750 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-1 2-2.0 2-0 2 0 2 14 4-6 .667 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 3-2 5-2.3 0-0 1 1 0 9 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 0-1 1-2.2 1-0 1 0 0 4 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 1-2.1 0-0 0 0 0 9 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 4-2 6-2.4 0-0 1 0 1 14 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 0-2 2-2.4 1-0 0 0 0 5 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 1-2.3 0-0 0 1 1 10 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 1-1 2-2.3 0-0 0 0 0

Stl Pts-Avg 0 0-0.0 0 6-3.0 0 8-4.7 0 0-3.5 0 0-2.8 0 0-2.3 0 0-2.0 0 2-2.0 0 6-2.4 0 8-3.0 0 4-3.1 0 0-2.8 0 2-2.8 0 3-2.8 0 0-2.6 0 0-2.4

2010-11 TRIBE Basketball

Pts-Avg 6-6.0 8-7.0 7-7.0 6-6.8 4-6.2 9-6.7 9-7.0 6-6.9 8-7.0 2-6.5 11-6.9 11-7.3 6-7.2 8-7.2 0-6.7 6-6.7 16-7.2 2-6.9 7-6.9 2-6.7 4-6.6 10-6.7 13-7.0 9-7.1 3-6.9 3-6.8 12-7.0 6-6.9 3-6.8 7-6.8 7-6.8 12-7.0

PLAYERS

FRESHMAN SEASON (2007-08) Appeared in 16 games, averaging nearly 10 minutes per contest to go along with 2.4 points and 2.3 rebounds per game ... Spent most of the season learning the Tribe system, but came on late in the year to appear in 10 of the College’s final 12 games ... Had a valuable 3-point play in the Tribe’s CAA opening-round win over Georgia State ... Came off the bench and posted a team-high six rebounds, including four offensive boards against VCU (3/1/08) ... Finished with four points against Drexel (2/20) and his lay-up gave W&M the lead for good in the second half ... Ranked second on the Tribe squad in points (8) and rebounds (5) at Towson (2/16) ... Played a career-best 21 minutes and turned in a solid all-around performance with six points on 3-of-4 shooting to go along with two rebounds, two blocks and two assists at UNCW (2/13) ... Came off the bench and scored on a post-move lay-up on his first touch at Northeastern (2/9), also pulled down an offensive rebound against the Huskies ... Pulled down a team-high seven rebounds and tallied eight points in 17 minutes off the bench against Montreat (12/22) ... Scored his first collegiate points at North Florida (12/7/07), finishing with six while also pulling down three rebounds in 16 minutes of action ... Saw the first action of his W&M career, coming off the bench to play five minutes at N.C. State (11/15) ... Represented the United States playing for Athletes in Action at the 2008 William Jones Cup in Taipei, Taiwan ... Helped AIA to the silver medal at the event, averaging 5.9 points and 3.6 rebounds per game, while shooting 56.8 percent from the floor ... Turned in a trio of double-digit performances during the preliminary rounds, including his best effort of 17 points and eight rebounds against the Korean University Select Team.

CAREER GAME-BY-GAME

Senior Marcus Kitts

on his 20th birthday against Georgia State … Topped the Tribe, scoring nine points on 4-of-4 from the field to go along with five rebounds … Led the Tribe bench in rebounding on six occasions … Scored four points on a pair of dunks to go along with a block and a steal at UNCW … Registered a career-high three steals at Loyola (Chicago), while also scoring six points and pulling down four rebounds off the bench … Enjoyed an exceptional two-game showing at the Liberty Thanksgiving Classic … Scored a career-high 11 points and pulled down four rebounds to go along with three assists against South Carolina State … Chipped in eight points and gathered six rebounds in a career-high 23 minutes vs. Liberty … Pulled down four rebounds in each of the first two games of the season at Penn State and Ohio … Scored five points, including a fast-break dunk, at Ohio.

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Junior Kendrix Brown

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KENDRIXBROWN Jr. • G • 6-3 •195 • Norfolk, Va./Norview

A 2010-11 team captain … The Tribe’s most experienced guard having played in 56 games and starting 22 during his rookie season in 2008-09 … A physically strong guard, who spent the offseason becoming more lean and fit … Excels at the point guard position, getting teammates involved and really understands the Tribe’s offensive system … Has developed into a more consistent 3-point shooter over his career, knocking down 36.5 percent from deep … Considered the Tribe’s top defensive player and possesses a high basketball IQ.

PLAYERS

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009-10) Scored a pair of game-winners during the regular season for the Tribe against Northeastern (2/13) and at Hofstra (1/2) … Pulled down an offensive rebound, collected himself and sank a banking six-foot jumper from the right side with 3.8 seconds left to give W&M a 53-52 win over Northeastern … Came up with two of the biggest plays of the game in the victory at Hofstra … With W&M trailing by two points with less than a minute remaining, made a steal on the defensive end against CAA Player of the Year Charles Jenkins that resulted in a fastbreak bucket to tie the game for the Tribe … Then converted on the game-winning conventional 3-point play … Appeared in 27 games, averaging 15.1 minutes per game after missing the first six games of the year … Averaged 2.5 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game … Pulled down a season-high five rebounds and dished out a pair of assists compared to zero turnovers in the NIT game at North Carolina (3/16) … Turned in a nice floor game with four assists compared to zero turnovers and two steals vs. James Madison (1/14) … Tallied the second-most points for the Tribe with nine off the bench at Delaware (1/6), while connecting on a career-best two 3-pointers … Tallied eight points on a pair of 3-pointers, including a huge triple from the left corner as the shot clock expired to extend the W&M lead to 69-64 with two minutes left at Radford (12/22) … Had a career-high three steals to go along with two assists compared to zero turnovers against the Highlanders … Equaled his career-high with 10 points, while also leading the team in assists with four in 23 minutes of action … Made his season debut against Longwood (12/2) and finished with three points, two rebounds, a blocked shot and an assist in 13 minutes … Won the dunk contest at W&M’s season-opening Tribal Tip-off.

CAREER HIGHS Points 10 vs. Vassar (12/19/09) 10 vs. JMU (1/10/09) Field Goals 4 vs. JMU (1/10/09) Field Goal Attempts 8 at Delaware (1/6/10) 3-Point Field Goals 2 , three times, most recently at Delaware (1/6/10) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 5 at Delaware (1/6/10) Free Throws 4, three times, most recently at Maryland (12/30/09) Free Throw Attempts 5 vs. Manhattan (2/21/09) Rebounds 10 at Towson (2/18/09) Assists 5, three times, most recently vs. Towson (1/28/09) Steals 3 at Radford (12/22/09) Blocked Shots 1, 15 times, most recently vs. Towson (2/24/10) Minutes 32 vs. Drexel (2/28/09) 32 at Old Dominion (2/25/09)

BROWN’S STATISTICS

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CAREER Season G-GS 2008-09 29-22 2009-10 27-0 Career 56-22

Min-Avg 652-22.5 408-15.1 1060-18.9

FG-A 36-94 19-62 55-156

Pct 3FG-A .383 12-32 .306 7-20 .353 19-52

Pct .375 .350 .365

FT-A 22-37 22-30 44-67

Pct .595 .733 .657

OR-DR 24-76 10-45 34-121

Reb-Avg 100-3.4 55-2.0 155-2.8

PF-FO 62-0 30-0 92-0

A 63 32 95

TO 44 30 74

Blk 9 6 15

St 23 18 41

Pts-Avg 106-3.7 67-2.5 173-3.1

CAA Season 2008-09 2009-10 Career

Min-Avg 405-22.5 310-17.2 715-19.9

FG-A 24-58 13-49 37-107

Pct 3FG-A .414 9-21 .265 5-14 .346 14-35

Pct .429 .357 .400

FT-A 15-19 9-14 24-33

Pct .789 .643 .727

OR-DR 14-40 8-34 22-74

Reb-Avg 54-3.0 42-2.3 96-2.7

PF-FO 40-0 21-0 61-0

A 38 20 58

TO 26 22 48

Blk 4 4 8

St 15 13 28

Pts-Avg 72-4.0 40-2.2 112-3.1

G-GS 18-13 18-0 36-13

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PERSONAL Son of Kevin and Shirley Brown ... Majoring in economics at W&M.

CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2009-10 Opponent GS D2 LONGWOOD D5 VCU D19 VASSAR D22 at Radford D30 at Maryland J2 at Hofstra J4 UNCW J6 at Delaware J9 at Drexel J14 JMU J16 HOFSTRA J20 at VCU J23 ODU J27 at JMU J31 DREXEL F3 at ODU F6 at Ga State F10 DELAWARE F13 NORTHEASTERN F16 at Mason F19 at Iona F24 TOWSON F27 at UNCW M6 vs JMU M7 vs Northeastern M8 vs ODU M16 at UNC

Min FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA 13 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 1-2 3 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 23 3-5 .600 0-0 .000 4-4 18 2-2 1.000 2-2 1.000 2-4 18 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 4-4 19 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 1-1 16 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 22 3-8 .375 2-5 .400 1-4 19 1-7 .143 0-0 .000 3-3 19 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 22 1-2 .500 1-2 .500 0-0 19 1-2 .500 1-1 1.000 0-2 25 1-3 .333 0-1 .000 0-0 14 1-4 .250 0-2 .000 0-0 15 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 18 1-2 .500 1-1 1.000 0-0 16 0-3 .000 0-1 .000 2-2 19 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 2-2 19 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 13 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 5 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 17 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 15 0-3 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 3 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 3 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 5 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 10 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 2-2

Pct Off-Def Tot-Avg PF-FO A TO Blk .500 1-1 2-2.0 2-0 1 1 1 .000 0-1 1-1.5 0-0 0 1 0 1.000 0-1 1-1.3 0-0 4 0 0 .500 0-2 2-1.5 0-0 2 0 0 1.000 0-3 3-1.8 2-0 3 2 1 1.000 0-0 0-1.5 2-0 0 1 1 .000 0-2 2-1.6 1-0 1 2 0 .250 1-2 3-1.8 0-0 1 1 0 1.000 1-3 4-2.0 1-0 1 1 0 .000 1-3 4-2.2 1-0 4 0 0 .000 0-2 2-2.2 2-0 0 1 0 .000 1-0 1-2.1 3-0 1 2 0 .000 0-2 2-2.1 2-0 3 0 1 .000 0-5 5-2.3 1-0 1 0 0 .000 1-2 3-2.3 0-0 0 1 0 .000 1-2 3-2.4 3-0 1 0 1 1.000 0-1 1-2.3 1-0 1 2 0 1.000 0-3 3-2.3 0-0 1 2 0 .000 1-3 4-2.4 2-0 2 3 0 .000 1-0 1-2.4 0-0 1 1 0 .000 0-0 0-2.2 2-0 0 3 0 .000 0-1 1-2.2 1-0 0 2 1 .000 0-2 2-2.2 1-0 2 2 0 .000 0-0 0-2.1 0-0 0 1 0 .000 0-0 0-2.0 0-0 0 1 0 .000 0-0 0-1.9 3-0 0 0 0 1.000 1-4 5-2.0 0-0 2 0 0

Stl Pts-Avg 0 3-3.0 0 0-1.5 0 10-4.3 3 8-5.3 1 4-5.0 2 3-4.7 0 0-4.0 1 9-4.6 1 5-4.7 2 0-4.2 1 3-4.1 1 3-4.0 2 2-3.8 0 2-3.7 0 0-3.5 1 3-3.4 1 2-3.4 0 2-3.3 0 4-3.3 0 2-3.3 0 0-3.1 1 0-3.0 0 0-2.8 0 0-2.7 0 0-2.6 0 0-2.5 1 2-2.5

2008-09 Opponent GS N14 at Penn State N16 at Ohio N19 NORFOLK ST * N22 NAVY * N25 RADFORD * N28 vs South Carolina St * N29 at Liberty * D2 at Loyola * D6 VCU * D31 HARVARD * J3 at Northeastern J5 ODU J7 at UNCW J10 JMU J14 MASON J17 at Delaware * J21 at Hofstra * J24 at Drexel * J28 TOWSON * J31 GA STATE * F4 NORTHEASTERN * F7 at VCU * F11 UNCW * F14 at JMU * F18 at Towson * F21 MANHATTAN * F25 at ODU * F28 DREXEL * M6 vs JMU *

Min FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA 7 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 18 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 30 3-5 .600 1-2 .500 1-4 29 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-2 24 1-4 .250 0-1 .000 0-0 25 1-5 .200 1-2 .500 0-0 23 0-3 .000 0-2 .000 1-2 19 3-6 .500 1-2 .500 0-0 23 1-5 .200 0-0 .000 0-0 21 0-3 .000 0-0 .000 3-4 7 1-2 .500 1-2 .500 0-0 7 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 19 1-1 1.000 1-1 1.000 4-4 22 4-7 .571 0-1 .000 2-2 22 3-7 .429 1-2 .500 0-0 27 1-3 .333 0-1 .000 2-2 21 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 21 1-3 .333 0-2 .000 0-0 31 0-3 .000 0-2 .000 1-2 28 2-5 .400 1-2 .500 1-1 24 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 22 2-4 .500 2-2 1.000 1-2 22 3-4 .750 1-1 1.000 1-2 20 1-2 .500 1-1 1.000 0-0 25 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 2-2 25 2-4 .500 0-2 .000 1-5 32 2-3 .667 1-1 1.000 0-0 32 0-3 .000 0-2 .000 1-2 26 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0-0

Pct Off-Def Tot-Avg PF-FO A TO Blk .000 0-0 0-0.0 2-0 0 1 0 .000 2-1 3-1.5 1-0 5 0 0 .250 0-4 4-2.3 1-0 3 3 0 .500 2-4 6-3.3 4-0 5 5 1 .000 0-4 4-3.4 1-0 1 0 1 .000 2-3 5-3.7 2-0 4 1 0 .500 0-4 4-3.7 3-0 1 3 0 .000 0-6 6-4.0 2-0 1 0 0 .000 2-1 3-3.9 4-0 2 3 0 .750 2-3 5-4.0 0-0 2 2 1 .000 0-0 0-3.6 1-0 0 1 0 .000 1-1 2-3.5 1-0 0 0 1 1.000 0-1 1-3.3 1-0 1 1 0 1.000 3-3 6-3.5 2-0 0 1 0 .000 1-2 3-3.5 2-0 0 1 0 1.000 3-6 9-3.8 3-0 3 1 0 .000 0-0 0-3.6 3_0 3 1 0 .000 0-2 2-3.5 2-0 4 3 0 .500 0-1 1-3.4 3-0 5 5 1 1.000 0-1 1-3.3 2-0 1 0 0 .000 0-1 1-3.1 2-0 3 0 1 .500 1-2 3-3.1 4-0 2 3 0 .500 0-3 3-3.1 1-0 2 2 0 .000 0-0 0-3.0 3-0 2 1 0 1.000 2-8 10-3.3 1-0 4 0 0 .200 0-4 4-3.3 4-0 1 3 0 .000 1-4 5-3.4 2-0 4 3 0 .500 0-4 4-3.4 3-0 2 0 1 .000 2-3 5-3.4 2-0 2 0 2

Stl Pts-Avg 1 2-2.0 1 0-1.0 2 8-3.3 0 1-2.8 1 2-2.6 0 3-2.7 1 1-2.4 0 7-3.0 2 2-2.9 0 3-2.9 0 3-2.9 1 0-2.7 0 7-3.0 2 10-3.5 1 7-3.7 1 4-3.8 0 2-3.6 2 2-3.6 0 1-3.4 0 6-3.6 1 0-3.4 2 7-3.5 0 8-3.7 1 3-3.7 1 4-3.7 1 5-3.8 0 5-3.8 1 1-3.7 1 2-3.7

2010-11 TRIBE Basketball

PLAYERS

PREP Ranked the No. 77 point guard in the class of 2008 according to ESPN.com ... A quick, athletic guard, who has good size for the point guard position and excellent floor vision ... A Second-Team Group AAA All-State choice as a senior ... Named the East District Player of the Year as a senior ... A First-Team All-Tidewater and All-East Region choice ... Led Eastern District in scoring with an average of 17.5 points per game ... Averaged 7.1 assists, 6.1 rebounds and 3.5 steals a game in 2008 ... Had five triple-doubles as a senior ... Twotime first-team All-Eastern District selection ... Named the MVP after scoring 17 points in the Third Annual Battle of the Bay All-Star Game ... Scored 11 points in the Hampton Roads Senior Basketball Classic for the Southside ... Averaged 15 points, seven assists, five rebounds and two steals per game in 2007 ... Named the District Newcomer of the Year in 2004-05 and earned honorable mention all-district honors ... As a sophomore, was a second-team all-district choice ... Played on the highly regarded Boo Williams AAU Travel Team alongside a number of Division I basketball recruits on the squad ... Took part in the Rbk Proving Ground Regional Combine ... Member of the National Honor Society, French National Honor Society and Who’s Who of High School Students.

Junior Kendrix Brown

FRESHMAN SEASON (2008-09) Started each of the Tribe’s last 14 games … Led W&M in assists over the last 14 games at 2.7 per contest … Pulled down five rebounds while dishing out two assists compared to zero turnovers with a career-best two blocked shots in the CAA Tournament against JMU … Hauled in a careerbest 10 rebounds, while dishing out four assists compared to zero turnovers in a victory at Towson … Scored eight points, all in the first half, to help the Tribe to a halftime lead over UNCW … Knocked down both his 3-point attempts at VCU, finishing with seven points and a team-best two steals … Had three assists against both Delaware and Hofstra, before tallying four at Drexel … Pulled down a then careerbest nine rebounds at Delaware … Equaled a career high with five assists against the Blue Hens … Finished with seven points, including a 3-point field goal, against Mason … Scored a career-high 10 points with six rebounds against James Madison … Led the Tribe with two steals against the Dukes … Turned in a solid all-around game at UNCW, finishing with seven points, including a perfect 4-of-4 from the free throw line, while also providing the College with a good defensive effort … Drew the defensive assignment of All-Ivy League and current Golden State Warrior guard Jeremy Lin in W&M’s win over Harvard and held him to just nine points on 3-of-12 from the floor and 1-of-4 from 3-point range after Lin entered the game averaging 18.6 points per game and shooting averages of 51.9 percent from the floor and 48.8 percent from 3-point range … Missed the College’s game against Haverford with illness … Led W&M in rebounding with six all on the defensive glass at Loyola (Chicago) … Dished out a team-high four assists compared to just one turnover to go along with five rebounds against South Carolina State … Played 30 minutes and turned in an impressive all-around stat line against the Spartans with eight points, four rebounds, three assists and two steals … Dished out a team-high five assists and pulled down six rebounds with his first collegiate blocked shot against Navy … Limited NSU’s leading scorer Corey Lyons to just seven points on 2-of-11 from the floor and 1-of-7 from 3-point range on the defensive end … Led W&M with five assists compared to zero turnovers in 18 minutes of action at Ohio.

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COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY

Junior JohnMark Ludwick

33 JOHNMARKLUDWICK Jr. • F • 6-8 • 235 • San Antonio, Texas/Reagan

The Tribe’s best pure shooter … A career 40.7 percent shooter from 3-point range … Has 10 games of three or more 3-pointers over his 62 game career … Provided W&M with depth at the 5 position as well as playing his more comfortable 4 spot in the Tribe hybrid offense … Possesses great vision and is a good passer from the forward position.

PLAYERS

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009-10) Key sharp-shooter off the bench for the Tribe … Over 90 percent (97 of 107) of his shots came from 3-point range … Averaged 4.1 points per game as a reserve for the College, while shooting 40.2 percent from 3-point range … Appeared in all 33 games for the Tribe … Started his first contest as a member of the Tribe and canned five 3-pointers on his way to scoring 15 points in 28 minutes at North Carolina (3/16) in the NIT, filling in for the injured Quinn McDowell … Added three assists and two rebounds against the Tar Heels … Scored eight points in eight minutes off the bench against Towson (2/24), knocking on 2-of-3 from 3-point range … A perfect 3-of-3 from 3-point range against Old Dominion (1/23) … Hit on 3-of-4 from 3-point range and finished with 11 points off the bench against James Madison (1/14) … Provided some key minutes at the five-spot for the Tribe after junior starter Marcus Kitts missed the entire second-half due to injury … Knocked the first W&M 3-pointer of the final 20 seconds to cut the deficit to four as W&M overcame a seven-point deficit in the final 32 seconds to down Delaware (1/6) … Finished with six points on 2-of-3 from 3-point range at Delaware … Sparked the Tribe offense against Vassar (12/19) with 21 points on 7-of-8 shooting and 5-of-6 from 3-point range … Led W&M in minutes (25) and rebounds (6) against the Brewers and registered a career-best two blocked shots … Dished out a career-high four assists and played some valuable minutes in the post for the Tribe in the victory over VCU (12/5) … Pulled down a careerhigh tying six rebounds off the bench in the Tribe’s win over Longwood (12/2) … With top reserve post player Steven Hess out, provided great minutes off the bench in the Tribe’s upset of Wake Forest (11/28) … Played 17 minutes vs. the Demon Deacons and connected on 3-of-5 from 3-point range for nine points … Hit on 2-of-3 from 3-point range off the bench in each of the College’s wins against Hampton (11/25) and Manhattan (11/21) … Scored his first career points for the Tribe on a running jumper in the first half against Richmond (11/19).

CAREER HIGHS Points 23 vs. Central Arkansas (1/17/08) Field Goals 7 vs. Vassar (12/19/09) Field Goal Attempts 12 vs. North Carolina (3/16/10) 3-Point Field Goals 6 vs. Central Arkansas (1/17/08) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 12 vs. North Carolina (3/16/10) Free Throws 5 vs. Central Arkansas (1/17/08) Free Throw Attempts 6 vs. Central Arkansas (1/17/08) Rebounds 6, three times, most recently vs. Vassar (12/19/09) Assists 4 vs. VCU (12/5/09) Steals 2, four times, most recently vs. James Madison (1/14/10) Blocked Shots 2 vs. Vassar (12/19/09) Minutes 36 vs. Northwestern St. (1/19/08)

LUDWICK’S STATISTICS CAREER Season G-GS 2007-08 ^ 29-5 2008-09 2009-10 33-1 Career 62-6 ^ at UT San Antonio. CAA Season 2009-10 Career

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G-GS 18-0 18-0

Min-Avg 518-17.9 Redshirted 370-11.2 888-14.3

FG-A 57-126

Pct 3FG-A .452 42-102

Pct .412

FT-A 25-31

Pct .806

OR-DR 16-46

Reb-Avg 62-2.1

PF-FO 59-0

A 13

TO 33

Blk 6

St 20

Pts-Avg 181-6.2

45-107 102-233

.421 39-97 .438 81-199

.402 .407

6-8 31-39

.750 .795

4-38 20-84

42-1.3 104-1.7

46-2 105-2

25 38

23 56

5 11

6 26

135-4.1 316-5.1

Min-Avg 201-11.2 201-11.2

FG-A 22-56 22-56

Pct 3FG-A .393 19-51 .393 19-51

Pct .373 .373

FT-A 4-4 4-4

Pct 1.000 1.000

OR-DR 2-18 2-18

Reb-Avg 20-1.1 20-1.1

PF-FO 29-2 29-2

A 18 18

TO 13 13

Blk 3 3

St 4 4

Pts-Avg 67-3.7 67-3.7

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2010 NIT PARTICIPANT REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE SEASON (2008-09) Sat out the season due to NCAA transfer rules.

PERSONAL Son of Mark and Brenda Ludwick ... Has one sister, Janna, and two brothers, Jordan and Jason ... Ludwick’s family relocated to San Antonio from Vancouver, Wash., in 2006 ... Majoring in economics.

2009-10 Opponent GS N13 at Connecticut N15 at Harvard N19 RICHMOND N21 at Manhattan N25 HAMPTON N28 at Wake Forest D2 LONGWOOD D5 VCU D19 VASSAR D22 at Radford D30 at Maryland J2 at Hofstra J4 UNCW J6 at Delaware J9 at Drexel J14 JAMES MADISON J16 HOFSTRA J20 at VCU J23 ODU J27 at James Madison J31 DREXEL F3 at ODU F6 at Ga State F10 DELAWARE F13 NORTHEASTERN F16 at Mason F19 at Iona F24 TOWSON F27 at UNCW M6 vs James Madison M7 vs Northeastern M8 vs ODU M16 at North Carolina *

Min FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA 3 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 3 0-3 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 4 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 9 2-3 .667 2-3 .667 0-0 10 2-3 .667 2-3 .667 0-0 17 3-5 .600 3-5 .600 0-1 20 1-4 .250 1-4 .250 0-0 18 1-5 .200 1-5 .200 0-0 25 7-8 .875 5-6 .833 2-3 12 0-3 .000 0-3 .000 0-0 6 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 12 1-3 .333 1-3 .333 0-0 12 1-2 .500 1-2 .500 0-0 13 2-3 .667 2-3 .667 0-0 7 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 15 3-4 .750 3-4 .750 2-2 20 2-8 .250 1-6 .167 0-0 10 1-6 .167 1-6 .167 0-0 12 3-3 1.000 3-3 1.000 0-0 18 2-5 .400 2-5 .400 0-0 16 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 2-2 15 1-5 .200 0-3 .000 0-0 3 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 7 1-1 1.000 1-1 1.000 0-0 5 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 1 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 7 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 8 3-4 .750 2-3 .667 0-0 9 1-3 .333 1-3 .333 0-0 8 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 4 1-2 .500 1-2 .500 0-0 13 1-3 .333 1-3 .333 0-0 28 5-12 .417 5-12 .417 0-0

Pct Off-Def Tot-Avg PF-FO A TO Blk .000 0-0 0-0.0 1-0 0 1 0 .000 0-1 1-0.5 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0-0.3 0-0 1 0 0 .000 0-0 0-0.3 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0-0.2 2-0 1 0 0 .000 0-1 1-0.3 3-0 1 2 0 .000 0-6 6_1.1 3-0 0 1 0 .000 0-3 3-1.4 5-1 4 0 0 .667 1-5 6-1.9 0-0 0 2 2 .000 1-1 2-1.9 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-1 1-1.8 2-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0-1.7 1-0 1 0 0 .000 0-3 3-1.8 2-0 0 0 0 .000 0-1 1-1.7 2-0 2 0 0 .000 0-0 0-1.6 2-0 0 0 0 1.000 0-0 0-1.5 5-1 2 1 1 .000 1-0 1-1.5 1-0 2 1 0 .000 0-1 1-1.4 0-0 1 2 0 .000 0-2 2-1.5 3-0 2 0 1 .000 0-0 0-1.4 1-0 2 1 0 1.000 0-3 3-1.5 1-0 2 2 0 .000 0-1 1-1.5 1-0 0 1 0 .000 0-0 0-1.4 1-0 0 1 1 .000 0-1 1-1.4 0-0 0 1 0 .000 0-0 0-1.3 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0-1.3 2-0 0 1 0 .000 0-0 0-1.2 1-0 0 0 0 .000 0-1 1-1.2 2-0 0 1 0 .000 1-2 3-1.3 0-0 0 1 0 .000 0-0 0-1.2 1-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0-1.2 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-3 3-1.3 1-0 1 2 0 .000 0-2 2-1.3 3-0 3 2 0

Stl 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

Pts-Avg 0-0.0 0-0.0 2-0.7 6-2.0 6-2.8 9-3.8 3-3.7 3-3.6 21-5.6 0-5.0 0-4.5 3-4.4 3-4.3 6-4.4 0-4.1 11-4.6 5-4.6 3-4.5 9-4.7 6-4.8 2-4.7 2-4.5 0-4.3 3-4.3 0-4.1 0-4.0 0-3.8 8-4.0 3-3.9 0-3.8 3-3.8 3-3.8 15-4.1

2007-08 at UT San Antonio Opponent GS Min FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA N9 HARDIN-SIMMONS 9 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 1-2 N12 at Texas 2 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 N26 PAUL QUINN 4 1-2 .500 1-2 .500 0-0 N29 UMKC 17 5-6 .833 2-3 .667 0-0 D1 SMU 11 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 D12 at Arkansas 1 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 D15 at Ga State 12 1-2 .500 1-2 .500 0-0 D19 TEXAS WESLEYAN 3 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 D22 at San Diego 3 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 D28 MCMURRY 16 2-4 .500 2-4 .500 2-2 J2 at Oklahoma St 8 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 J8 at UT Pan American 9 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 J12 at Lamar 16 1-3 .333 1-3 .333 2-3 J17 CENTRAL ARK * 31 6-6 1.000 6-6 1.000 5-6 J19 NORTHWESTERN ST * 36 3-11 .273 3-11 .273 0-0 J23 at UT Arlington * 28 5-10 .500 5-10 .500 0-0 J26 TEXAS STATE * 27 2-6 .333 2-6 .333 0-0 F2 at Texas A&M CC * 32 5-9 .556 3-6 .500 4-4 F6 SHSU 12 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 0-0 F9 at SFA 23 4-6 .667 2-4 .500 2-2 F14 at SE Louisiana 26 1-6 .167 1-3 .333 2-2 F16 at Nicholls State 24 3-5 .600 0-1 .000 0-0 F20 UT ARLINGTON 27 4-7 .529 4-7 .529 0-0 F23 at Texas State 15 4-6 .667 1-3 .333 4-5 F27 MCNEESE ST 33 4-7 .529 4-6 .667 0-0 M1 TEXAS A&M CC 23 1-3 .333 1-3 .333 3-4 M5 at SHSU 19 0-5 .000 0-4 .000 0-1 M8 SFA 28 1-7 .143 1-7 .143 0-0 M13 vs. SFA 23 2-6 .333 2-5 .400 0-0

Pct Off-Def Tot-Avg PF-FO A TO Blk .500 2-0 2-2.0 1-0 0 1 0 .000 0-0 0-1.0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-1 1-1.0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 2-2 4-1.8 3-0 3 1 1 .000 0-2 2-1.8 2-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0-1.5 0-0 0 0 1 .000 0-1 1-1.4 1-0 1 2 0 .000 0-1 1-1.4 1-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0-1.2 0-0 0 1 0 1.000 0-3 3-1.4 0-0 1 0 0 .000 0-0 0-1.3 1-0 0 0 0 .000 0-2 2-1.3 3-0 0 0 0 .667 0-2 2-1.4 1-0 1 0 0 .833 1-3 4-1.6 3-0 1 4 1 .000 0-5 5-1.8 3-0 0 3 0 .000 0-3 3-1.9 4-0 0 3 0 .000 0-3 3-1.9 4-0 1 2 1 1.000 5-1 6-2.2 4-0 2 1 0 .000 0-1 1-2.1 1-0 0 2 0 1.000 1-1 2-2.1 3-0 0 0 1 1.000 1-0 1-2.0 2-0 1 2 0 .000 3-1 4-2.2 3-0 0 4 0 .000 0-3 3-2.2 2-0 0 3 0 .800 0-2 2-2.2 4-0 1 0 0 .000 0-2 2-2.2 2-0 0 0 0 .750 1-4 5-2.3 3-0 0 0 0 .000 0-1 1-2.2 2-0 0 1 1 .000 0-1 1-2.2 2-0 0 1 0 .000 0-1 1-2.1 4-0 1 2 0

Stl 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0

Pts-Avg 3-3.0 0-1.5 3-2.0 12-4.5 0-3.6 0-3.0 3-3.0 0-2.6 0-2.3 8-2.9 0-2.6 0-2.4 5-2.6 23-4.1 9-4.4 15-5.1 6-5.1 17-5.8 2-5.6 12-5.9 5-5.9 6-5.9 12-6.1 13-6.4 12-6.6 6-6.6 0-6.4 3-6.3 6-6.2

2010-11 TRIBE Basketball

PLAYERS

PREP Garnered first-team all-state, all-region, all-city and alldistrict honors as a senior at Reagan High School in San Antonio’s Northeast I.S.D. ... Named District 26-5A co-MVP along with Notre Dame’s Carleton Scott of Madison ... Averaged 19.0 points and 9.3 rebounds per game for head coach Jimmy Littleton ... Shot 47 percent from behind the 3-point line and 87 percent from the free throw line ... Helped Reagan to a 24-11 overall record, a runner-up finish in the highlycompetitive District 26-5A and the area round of the playoffs in 2006-07 ... Ranked as the No. 44 senior prospect in the state by Mike Kundstadt’s TexasHoops.com ... Participated in the 42nd Annual Faith 7 Bowl Oklahoma vs. Texas AllStar Game on June 9, 2007, in Norman, Okla., scoring five points and pulling down four rebounds ... Graduated with a 3.5 grade point average.

CAREER GAME-BY-GAME

Junior JohnMark Ludwick

FRESHMAN SEASON (2007-08) Averaged 6.2 points and 2.1 rebounds per game in lone season at UT-San Antonio ... Played in 29 games and started five contests ... Shot a remarkable 41.2 percent (42-of-102) from 3-point range, while connecting on 42 triples ... Led UTSA in 3-point field goal percentage, while ranking second in threes made ... Connected on 45.2 percent (47-of-126) from the floor and 80.6 percent (25-of-31) from the charity stripe ... Averaged 9.1 points per game in Southland Conference contests and shot 42 percentage (34-of-81) from 3-point range ... Finished the year with eight double-digit scoring performances ... Hit for a career-high 23 points on a perfect 6-of-6 from 3-point range in a victory over Central Arkansas (1/17/08) ... Over the last 16 games of the year, he averaged 9.2 points per game ... Had a career-best six rebounds to go along with 17 points at Texas A&M – Corpus Christi (2/2/08).

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Junior Quinn McDowell

Jr. • F • 6-6 • 215 • Mason, Ohio/Archbishop Moeller A 2010-11 team captain … One of the top returning players in the Colonial Athletic Association … One of the top shooters in the country as one of only four returning players from last season to shoot 49 percent from the field, 40 percent from 3-point range and 80 percent from the free throw line … His career 41.2 percent 3-point shooting ranks third in program history … Owns an extremely high basketball IQ to go with an equally impressive work ethic … Only 275 points shy of becoming the 33rd player in school history with 1,000 career points.

PLAYERS

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009-10) A Third-Team All-CAA Selection and a CAA All-Academic Second Team Choice … Ranked second in the CAA in 3-point field goal percentage (42.6 percent) … Finished 10th in the CAA at 13.9 points per game, while ranking fifth in field goal percentage (49.3 percent), seventh in free throw percentage (80.3 percent) and 10th in 3-pointers made per game (1.8) … His 58 3-pointers on the year ranked 10th on the W&M single season list … According to KenPom.com, led the CAA and ranked 35th nationally in true shooting percentage at 63.4, while ranking second in the conference and 58th nationally in effective field goal percentage (59.2) … Effective field percent is the same measure as traditional field goal percentage, but credits players 50 percent more for made 3-pointers … True shooting percentage is the same as effective field goal percentage, but also includes free throw shooting percentage … Scored a game-high 23 points, including 16 points in the first half of the Tribe’s wins at UNCW (2/27) … Tallied 19 points, including a 4-of-6 effort from 3-point range and eight rebounds at Mason (2/16) … Scored a game-high 23 points on 9-of-11 shooting and 5-of-6 shooting from 3-point range at James Madison (1/27) … Topped his career-high for the fourth time in 2009-10 with 28 points in the Tribe’s win at Maryland (12/30) … Was a career-best 9-of-9 from the free throw line against the Terps … Named CAA co-Player of the Week after scoring 27 points on 10-of17 from the field at Radford (12/22) … Connected on 6-of10 from 3-point range against the Highlanders, marking the ninth most treys made in a single game in school history … Led the Tribe with 11 points in the first-half on the way to scoring 16 points in the Tribe’s win over VCU (12/5) … Along with his scoring production, provided valuable minutes on the defensive end guarding NBA First Round Draft Pick and 6-11 Larry Sanders … Tallied 14 points and was a perfect 2-of-2 from 3-point range in the Tribe’s upset win over Wake Forest (11/28) … Scored 11 points and pulled down a season-high seven rebounds against Hampton (11/25) … Registered a career-high tying four assists against Richmond (11/19) … Scored a then-career-best 23 points in a game-high 50 minutes at Harvard (11/15) … Equaled his then career high with 20 points on 8-of-15 from the floor against Connecticut (11/13) … Hit a then-career-best four 3-point field goals against both UConn and Harvard.

CAREER HIGHS Points 28 at Maryland (12/30/09) Field Goals 10 at Radford (12/22/09) Field Goal Attempts 17 at Radford (12/22/09) 3-Point Field Goals 6 at Radford (12/22/09) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 10 at Radford (12/22/09) 10 at UConn (11/13/09) Free Throws 9 at Maryland (12/30/09) Free Throw Attempts 9 at Maryland (12/30/09) Rebounds 10 vs. Harvard (12/31/08) Assists 4, three times, most recently vs. Richmond (11/19/09) Steals 3 vs. Haverford (12/20/08) Blocked Shots 1, three times, most recently at Drexel (1/9/10) Minutes 50 at Harvard (11/15/09)

MCDOWELL’S STATISTICS

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CAREER Season 2008-09 2009-10 Career

G-GS 30-15 32-32 62-47

Min-Avg FG-A 855-28.5 99-198 1065-33.3 145-294 1920-31.0 244-492

Pct 3FG-A .500 26-68 .493 58-136 .496 84-204

Pct .382 .426 .412

FT-A 55-69 98-122 153-191

Pct .797 .803 .801

OR-DR 40-93 38-101 78-194

Reb-Avg 133-4.4 139-4.3 272-4.4

PF-FO 40-0 75-1 115-1

A 31 41 72

TO 40 38 78

Blk 1 3 4

St 21 19 40

Pts-Avg 279-9.3 446-13.9 725-11.7

CAA Season 2008-09 2009-10 Career

G-GS 18-13 18-18 36-31

Min-Avg FG-A 557-30.9 66-127 609-33.8 82-171 1166-32.4 148-298

Pct 3FG-A .520 21-44 .480 33-74 .497 54-118

Pct .477 .446 .458

FT-A 34-44 53-65 87-109

Pct .773 .815 .798

OR-DR 19-60 22-68 41-128

Reb-Avg 79-4.4 90-5.0 169-4.7

PF-FO 26-0 48-0 74-0

A 19 24 43

TO 27 18 45

Blk 1 1 2

St 13 11 24

Pts-Avg 187-10.4 250-13.9 437-12.1

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PERSONAL Son of Dave and Jenn McDowell ... Father, Dave, graduated from W&M in 1985 after competing on the football field for current Tribe head coach Jimmye Laycock from 1982-84.

2009-10 Opponent GS N13 at Connecticut * N15 at Harvard * N19 RICHMOND * N21 at Manhattan * N25 HAMPTON * N28 at Wake Forest * D2 LONGWOOD * D5 VCU * D19 VASSAR * D22 at Radford * D30 at Maryland * J2 at Hofstra * J4 UNCW * J6 at Delaware * J9 at Drexel * J14 JMU * J16 HOFSTRA * J20 at VCU * J23 ODU * J27 at JMU * J31 DREXEL * F3 at ODU * F6 at Ga State * F10 DELAWARE * F13 NORTHEASTERN * F16 at Mason * F19 at Iona * F24 TOWSON * F27 at UNCW * M6 vs JMU * M7 vs Northeastern * M8 vs Old Dominion *

Min FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA 36 8-15 .533 4-10 .400 0-0 50 8-15 .533 4-8 .500 3-4 36 1-4 .250 1-4 .250 2-4 31 4-7 .571 1-3 .333 5-6 33 3-6 .500 1-2 .500 4-6 32 4-8 .500 2-2 1.000 4-5 22 5-9 .556 1-4 .250 3-3 36 6-8 .750 1-2 .500 3-3 15 2-4 .500 0-2 .000 0-0 28 10-17 .588 6-10 .600 1-1 35 8-14 .571 3-5 .600 9-9 33 1-8 .125 0-4 .000 4-4 33 5-14 .357 1-6 .167 0-0 32 2-8 .250 1-5 .200 3-4 33 6-7 .857 1-1 1.000 7-8 36 6-11 .545 2-5 .400 5-7 36 7-11 .636 2-3 .667 6-7 36 1-9 .111 0-5 .000 0-0 35 5-13 .385 2-4 .500 4-6 35 9-11 .818 5-6 .833 0-0 30 3-8 .375 1-1 1.000 5-6 31 3-9 .333 2-4 .500 0-0 31 4-9 .444 3-6 .500 6-6 34 4-4 1.000 2-2 1.000 1-1 35 2-6 .333 0-4 .000 2-3 39 7-14 .500 4-6 .667 1-2 34 3-4 .750 0-1 .000 5-8 34 4-10 .400 2-4 .500 1-2 30 7-11 .636 4-6 .667 5-6 37 2-6 .333 0-3 .000 5-5 36 2-6 .333 1-3 .333 2-4 31 3-8 .375 1-5 .200 2-2

Pct Off-Def Tot-Avg PF-FO A TO Blk .000 2-2 4-4.0 5-1 0 3 0 .750 0-2 2-3.0 3-0 1 1 1 .500 0-3 3-3.0 2-0 4 2 0 .833 1-3 4-3.3 3-0 3 0 0 .667 3-4 7-4.0 1-0 2 2 0 .800 2-1 3-3.8 0-0 1 1 0 1.000 0-1 1-3.4 0-0 0 2 0 1.000 0-3 3-3.4 3-0 2 3 0 .000 1-1 2-3.2 0-0 1 1 0 1.000 1-4 5-3.4 4-0 2 1 0 1.000 0-4 4-3.5 0-0 1 0 0 1.000 0-5 5-3.6 1-0 0 1 0 .000 2-5 7-3.8 1-0 3 0 0 .750 1-3 4-3.9 4-0 3 2 0 .875 0-3 3-3.8 2-0 2 1 1 .714 1-3 4-3.8 4-0 0 0 0 .857 1-5 6-3.9 3-0 1 1 0 .000 3-3 6-4.1 3-0 2 1 0 .667 3-0 3-4.0 2-0 1 0 0 .000 1-4 5-4.1 3-0 1 0 0 .833 1-5 6-4.1 4-0 0 0 0 .000 0-1 1-4.0 0-0 2 1 0 1.000 1-2 3-4.0 4-0 1 0 0 1.000 0-6 6-4.0 3-0 1 2 0 .667 2-7 9-4.2 1-0 1 2 0 .500 2-6 8-4.4 4-0 1 0 0 .625 1-2 3-4.3 3-0 0 2 0 .500 3-4 7-4.4 3-0 1 4 0 .833 1-3 4-4.4 3-0 2 0 0 1.000 2-1 3-4.4 2-0 1 0 0 .500 1-3 4-4.4 0-0 1 4 1 1.000 2-2 4-4.3 4-0 0 1 0

Stl 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 1

Pts-Avg 20-20.0 23-21.5 5-16.0 14-15.5 11-14.6 14-14.5 14-14.4 16-14.6 4-13.4 27-14.8 28-16.0 6-15.2 11-14.8 8-14.4 20-14.7 19-15.0 22-15.4 2-14.7 16-14.7 23-15.2 12-15.0 8-14.7 17-14.8 11-14.6 6-14.3 19-14.5 11-14.3 11-14.2 23-14.5 9-14.3 7-14.1 9-13.9

2008-09 Opponent GS N14 at Penn State N16 at Ohio N19 NORFOLK ST N22 NAVY N25 RADFORD N28 vs South Carolina St N29 at Liberty D2 at Loyola (Chicago) D6 VCU * D20 HAVERFORD D31 HARVARD J3 at Northeastern J5 ODU J7 at UNCW J10 JMU J14 MASON J17 at Delaware * J21 at Hofstra * J24 at Drexel * J28 TOWSON * J31 GA STATE * F4 NORTHEASTERN * F7 at VCU * F11 UNCW * F14 at JMU * F18 at Towson * F21 MANHATTAN * F25 at ODU * F28 DREXEL * M6 vs JMU *

Min FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA 12 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 1-1 25 4-6 .667 1-2 .500 2-2 16 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 2-2 30 6-9 .667 1-2 .500 0-0 13 1-2 .500 1-1 1.000 0-0 23 4-6 .667 0-1 .000 1-1 36 4-9 .444 1-3 .333 2-3 28 3-9 .333 1-4 .250 0-0 24 0-3 .000 0-1 .000 1-2 20 2-4 .500 0-1 .000 5-7 31 5-9 .556 0-2 .000 3-3 27 4-5 .800 0-0 .000 4-4 33 3-5 .600 0-0 .000 1-1 32 6-7 .857 0-1 .000 0-0 32 1-9 .111 0-4 .000 6-8 25 3-6 .500 1-2 .500 1-2 28 5-6 .833 2-2 1.000 3-3 32 3-6 .500 1-2 .500 1-1 29 4-9 .444 2-3 .667 0-2 29 6-7 .857 3-3 1.000 1-2 33 2-5 .400 1-3 .333 0-0 36 6-10 .600 1-3 .333 6-6 31 2-3 .667 2-3 .667 2-2 29 1-6 .167 1-3 .333 0-2 37 7-12 .583 3-6 .500 3-4 34 5-12 .417 2-4 .500 4-4 32 1-7 .143 0-3 .000 3-3 33 3-8 .375 1-3 .333 1-1 33 5-8 .625 1-1 1.000 0-0 32 1-6 .167 0-3 .000 2-3

Pct Off-Def Tot-Avg PF-FO A TO Blk 1.000 1-1 2-2.0 0-0 1 0 0 1.000 1-3 4-3.0 0-0 0 1 0 1.000 0-2 2-2.7 1-0 0 2 0 .000 1-4 5-3.3 3-0 1 1 0 .000 0-1 1-2.8 2-0 1 2 0 1.000 1-2 3-2.8 2-0 0 1 0 .667 5-2 7-3.4 1-0 4 0 0 .000 2-2 4-3.5 1-0 0 0 0 .500 1-2 3-3.4 0-0 2 0 0 .714 4-4 8-3.9 0-0 2 0 0 1.000 3-7 10-4.5 1-0 1 3 0 1.000 1-3 4-4.4 0-0 1 1 0 1.000 2-1 3-4.3 1-0 0 3 0 .000 0-3 3-4.2 1-0 1 2 0 .750 3-2 5-4.3 3-0 1 1 0 .500 1-2 3-4.2 0-0 1 2 0 1.000 5-4 9-4.5 2-0 0 0 0 1.000 0-2 2-4.3 2-0 3 2 0 .000 1-4 5-4.4 4-0 0 2 0 .500 2-4 6-4.5 3-0 0 1 0 .000 0-9 9-4.7 1-0 2 0 0 1.000 0-4 4-4.6 3-0 0 3 0 1.000 0-4 4-4.6 2-0 1 2 0 .000 0-8 8-4.8 1-0 1 0 1 .750 2-4 6-4.8 2-0 4 4 0 1.000 1-2 3-4.7 0-0 0 3 0 1.000 1-4 5-4.7 2-0 1 1 0 1.000 0-1 1-4.6 0-0 1 1 0 .000 0-1 1-4.5 1-0 1 0 0 .667 2-1 3-4.4 1-0 1 2 0

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

Pts-Avg 5-5.0 11-8.0 2-6.0 13-7.8 3-6.8 9-7.2 11-7.7 7-7.6 1-6.9 9-7.1 13-7.6 12-8.0 7-7.9 12-8.2 8-8.2 8-8.2 15-8.6 8-8.6 10-8.6 16-9.0 5-8.8 19-9.3 8-9.2 3-9.0 20-9.4 16-9.7 5-9.5 8-9.4 11-9.5 4-9.3

2010-11 TRIBE Basketball

PLAYERS

PREP Earned honorable mention all-state honors as a senior despite missing 10 games with an injury ... Averaged 13.4 points, 5.3 rebounds and 1.4 assists per game as a senior in 13 games ... Guided team to the championship game of the 8th Annual Bojangles’ High School Basketball Shootout benefiting Athletes United for Youth, one of the most recognized high school tournaments in the country ... Named to the National all-tournament team at the event, averaging 14.7 points and 5.7 rebounds, while Moeller upset nationally-ranked Lincoln of Brooklyn ... A three-time All-Southwest district honoree ... A three-time First-Team All-Greater Catholic League and all-city choice ... As a junior, led Moeller to a 25-2 record and the Division I OHSAA Boys State Championship in front of a crowd of over 14,000 ... Moeller was ranked No. 12 nationally to end the 2007 season according to MaxPreps.com ... Averaged a team-best 15.1 points per game, while chipping in 4.6 rebounds and 2.0 assists per contest as a junior ... In the state semifinal against Lake St. Edward High School, finished with 19 points on 6-of-11 shooting from the field to go along with a pair of assists and two steals, while being matched up with Michigan State freshman and top-15 recruit Delvon Roe ... Earned FirstTeam Final Four All-Tournament team honors ... As a sophomore, averaged 10.5 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game ... Played for Carl Kramer at Archbishop Moeller in Cincinnati, Ohio ... Played AAU for Shining Star Sports and helped program capture eight AAU State Championships and four top-10 AAU National finishes ... A four-year starter in high school in soccer as well as a team captain as a senior ... A three-time All-Greater Catholic League choice on the soccer pitch ... A House Captain for Zehler House, a member of the National and Spanish Honor Societies and was involved in the Big Brothers, Restock Intercity and Athletic Impact programs ... Took part in a Hurricane Katrina Relief Missions Trip and the Mexico Back-to-Back Ministry Trip ... Had the unique chance to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa.

CAREER GAME-BY-GAME

Junior Quinn McDowell

FRESHMAN SEASON (2008-09) A CAA All-Rookie Team selection … Named CAA Rookie of the Week on Jan. 5, Feb. 9 and March 2 … Started each of the Tribe’s last 14 games and ranked second on the team with 10.6 points per game to go along with a teamhigh 4.7 boards per contest … Connected on 21-of-44 from 3-point range (.477) over the last 15 games … Ranked second among CAA rookies in field goal percentage and 3-point percentage, while ranking third in points per game and free throw shooting … His 50 percent shooting from the floor ranked fourth on the W&M freshman list, while his 3-point percentage (.382) ranked second in his free throw percentage ranked fifth (.797) … Scored 14 of his 16 points in the second half in the College’s win at Towson … Tallied a career-high 20 points on 7-of-12 shooting, including a trio of 3-pointers at James Madison … Scored a game-high 19 points on 6-of-10 shooting, including a perfect 6-of-6 from the free throw line, in the Tribe’s upset win over Northeastern … Led W&M in rebounding a team-high six times, including nine against Georgia State … Bettered his career-high with 16 points on 6-of-7 from the floor and a perfect 3-of-3 from 3-point range against Towson … Earned the start at Delaware and narrowly missed his second career double-double with 15 points and nine rebounds … Knocked down a pair of 3-pointers against he Blue Hens … Led the Tribe bench in scoring and rebounding on 10 occasions … Tallied six double-digit scoring performances off the bench … Poured in 12 points on 6-of-7 shooting from the floor at UNCW … Tallied his first career double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds, both career highs, in the College’s win over Harvard … Became the first W&M freshman since Corey Cofield in 2004 to register a double-double … Earned his first collegiate start vs. VCU … Turned in a hard-nosed effort against Liberty with 11 points and a career-high seven rebounds to go along with four assists … Pulled W&M even in the first OT period with a minute remaining on a 3-pointer from the right side vs. the Flames … Knocked down a 3-pointer from the right side with 2.2 seconds remaining to send the Navy game to a third overtime … Pulled down four rebounds as a reserve at Ohio to go along with his first career double-digit scoring performance of 11 points.

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Sophomore Kyle Gaillard

23 KYLEGAILLARD So. • F • 6-7 • 215 • Huntersville, N.C./ North Mecklenburg

An athletic wing, who saw significant playing time as a freshman last season and will have a chance to earn starting minutes as a sophomore … Owns the highest vertical jump on the team … Appeared in every game last year, averaging over 11 minutes per contest … Over the summer, worked on developing a more consistent jump shot and added strength to his lengthy frame.

PLAYERS

FRESHMAN SEASON (2009-10) A key reserve, appearing in all 33 games … Averaged 11.4 minutes per game, 2.8 points and 1.4 rebounds per contest … Shot 34.2 percent from 3-point range … Connected on a 3-pointer in 18 minutes of action in the Tribe’s NIT game at North Carolina (3/16) … Knocked down a pair of 3-pointers and finished with six points and three rebounds against Towson (2/24) … Scored five points and hit a big 3-pointer from the left corner during the Tribe’s second-half comeback at George Mason (2/16) … Provided valuable bench minutes, scoring six points and pulling down three rebounds in the road win at Hofstra (1/2) … Led the Tribe and registered career-highs with six rebounds and four assists against Vassar (12/19) … Had a career-night with 15 points on 4-of-5 from the floor, including 3-of-4 from 3-point range, against Longwood (12/2) … Led the Tribe bench in scoring on three occasions … Finished with four points, attacking the basket against Wake Forest (11/28), while adding three rebounds in a career-best 17 minutes of action … Scored eight points at Manhattan (11/21) and connected on a pair of 3-pointers … Registered a career-best two assists against Hampton (11/25) … Saw the first action of his collegiate career against UConn (11/13) … In 12 minutes of action, led the Tribe bench with eight points on 3-of-5 shooting and four rebounds … Knocked down a pair of 3-pointers and added a fast break dunk against the Huskies. PREP A McDonald’s All-American nominee … Rated the 96th-best small forward in the country by ESPN.com … Averaged 18 points per game and scored his 1,000th career point as a team captain during his senior season … Scored 13 points to help the West to a record 124 points in a victory in the North Carolina Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game … A three-year letterwinner for Duane Lewis at North Mecklenburg … Helped propel the Vikings to the MECA7 regular season championship and a North Carolina 4A Sectional Championship as a junior in 2008 … Tallied a season-high 33 points and knocked down seven 3-pointers in the Vikings victory over Central Cabarrus during his senior season … As a junior, averaged 17 points per game for one of the top teams in the state of North Carolina, while shooting 43 percent from 3-point range … Grew four inches between his sophomore and junior years of high school and is listed as a two-star recruit by Scout.com … As one of the top underclassmen in the state of North Carolina, was invited to participate in the second annual Carolina Challenge in 2008 by national recruiting analyst Dave Telep … Prior to signing with the Tribe, gained recruiting interest from Penn State, Michigan, Davidson and Winthrop … During his AAU career, was a part of six different teams that won North Carolina State Championships … Played for the Carolina Flight 11U-16U and the Charlotte Royals 17U … A two-year letterwinner as a pitcher on the North Mecklenburg varsity baseball team … At North Mecklenburg, was a Junior Marshall for the 2008 Graduating Class and was chosen based on his top 50 academic standing in the junior class of 525 students … Voted homecoming king at North Mecklenburg as a senior.

CAREER HIGHS Points 15 vs. Longwood (12/2/09) Field Goals 4 vs. Longwood (12/2/09) Field Goal Attempts 5, three times, most recently vs. Longwood (12/2/09) 3-Point Field Goals 3 vs. Longwood (12/2/09) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 5 at Manhattan (11/21/09) Free Throws 4 vs. Longwood (12/2/09) Free Throw Attempts 6 vs. Longwood (12/2/09) Rebounds 6 vs. Vassar (12/19/09) Assists 4 vs. Vassar (12/19/09) Steals 1, four times, most recently vs. Towson (2/24/10) Blocked Shots None Minutes 23 at UNCW (2/27/10)

PERSONAL The son of Jill and Ted Gaillard … His father, Ted, played baseball at the University of Delaware from 1977-79.

GAILLARD’S STATISTICS

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CAREER Season G-GS 2009-10 33-0 Career 33-0

Min-Avg 376-11.4 376-11.4

FG-A 31-81 31-81

Pct 3FG-A .383 13-38 .383 13-38

Pct .342 .342

FT-A 19-28 19-28

Pct .679 .679

OR-DR 14-31 14-31

Reb-Avg 45-1.4 45-1.4

PF-FO 19-0 19-0

A 13 13

TO 15 15

Blk 0 0

St 5 5

Pts-Avg 94-2.8 94-2.8

CAA Season 2009-10 Career

Min-Avg 191-10.6 191-10.6

FG-A 15-40 15-40

Pct 3FG-A .375 4-16 .375 4-16

Pct .250 .250

FT-A 6-12 6-12

Pct .500 .500

OR-DR 8-12 8-12

Reb-Avg 20-1.1 20-1.1

PF-FO 9-0 9-0

A 3 3

TO 8 8

Blk 0 0

St 2 2

Pts-Avg 40-2.2 40-2.2

G-GS 18-0 18-0

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Sophomore Doug Howard

11 DOUGHOWARD II So. • G • 5-9 • 150 • Leesburg, Va./ Flint Hill

CAREER HIGHS Points 4 vs. Vassar (12/19/09) Field Goals 1 vs. Vassar (12/19/09) 1 vs. Longwood (12/2/09) Field Goal Attempts 1, three times, most recently at Iona (2/19/10)

3-Point Field Goal Attempts None Free Throws 2 vs. Vassar (12/19/09) Free Throw Attempts 2 vs. Vassar (12/19/09) 2 vs. Longwood (12/2/09) Rebounds 1 vs. Vassar (12/19/09) Assists 1 vs. Longwood (12/2/09) Steals 1 vs. Longwood (12/2/09) Blocked Shots None

FRESHMAN SEASON (2009-10) Joined the Tribe as a walk-on prior to the start of the 2009-10 season … Appeared in five games, including the Tribe’s NIT contest at North Carolina (3/16) … Averaged 1.4 points per game … Saw the first action of his collegiate career against Longwood (12/2), playing five minutes … Scored his first collegiate points, making a steal and hitting a pull-up fast-break jumper … Finished with three points, an assist and a steal vs. the Lancers … Pulled down his first collegiate rebound in a career-best eight minutes of action against Vassar (12/19) … Tallied four points against the Brewers by hitting on his only field goal attempt and both his free throw chances … Saw action in his first CAA game at Drexel (1/9).

PLAYERS

3-Point Field Goals None

A quick guard, who has developed a more consistent jump shot … Walked on prior to his freshman season … A tireless worker, who gives the Tribe energy.

PREP Played his first two years at Bishop O’Connell, before playing his final two at Flint Hill … For his career, averaged 13 points, eight assists and three steals per game … Led Flint Hill in assists and steals in 2008 and 2009, while ranking second on the team in scoring both seasons … A three-time all-conference selection (2007, 2008 and 2009) … Selected All-Virginia State Independent School Division I as a junior in 2008 … Named All-Fairfax Sun Gazette in 2008 and 2009 … Named Team MVP in 2008 and received the Coaches Award in 2009 at Flint Hill … Named to the All-Tournament team for the FHS Tip Off Classic in 2008 … Selected as the WCAC Freshman of the Year in 2006 after leading Bishop O’Connell to a Virginia state championship … Helped Bishop O’Connell to a state runner-up as a sophomore … Lettered three years in football as a defensive back and wide receiver … A three-time all-conference honoree (2006, 2007 and 2008) … Named All-Sun Gazette and All-State as a senior in football as well … Helped Flint Hill to MAC Conference championships in football and basketball each of his two season … Letterwinner on the MAC winning Flint Hill baseball championship … Played AAU for Severna Park AAU and Virginia Rapids … Helped Severna Park to a seventh-place finish in the country in Division I Nationals … Virginia Rapids finished third in the country Division I national in 2006, an elite eight finalist at the Nike Main Event Showcase in the Vegas Gold Bracket in both 2007 and 2008 … Was a sports writer for school newspaper and Senior Class Representative in School Student Council … Played alto sax in high school jazz band for four years. PERSONAL Son of Doug and Margie Howard … Intends to major in English and business at W&M.

Minutes 8 vs. Vassar (12/19/09)

HOWARD’S STATISTICS CAREER Season G-GS 2009-10 5-0 Career 5-0

Min-Avg 16-3.2 16-3.2

FG-A 2-3 2-3

Pct 3FG-A .667 0-0 .667 0-0

Pct .000 .000

FT-A 3-4 3-4

Pct .750 .750

OR-DR 0-1 0-1

Reb-Avg 1-0.2 1-0.2

PF-FO 0-0 0-0

A 1 1

TO 0 0

Blk 0 0

St 1 1

Pts-Avg 7-1.4 7-1.4

CAA Season 2009-10 Career

Min-Avg 1-1.0 1-1.0

FG-A 0-0 0-0

Pct 3FG-A .000 0-0 .000 0-0

Pct .000 .000

FT-A 0-0 0-0

Pct .000 .000

OR-DR 0-0 0-0

Reb-Avg 0-0.0 0-0.0

PF-FO 0-0 0-0

A 0 0

TO 0 0

Blk 0 0

St 0 0

Pts-Avg 0-0.0 0-0.0

G-GS 1-0 1-0

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Sophomore Andrew Pavloff

13 ANDREWPAVLOFF So. • F • 6-9 • 220 • Akron, Ohio/Walsh Jesuit

Battled injuries throughout his freshman season, but is healthy entering his sophomore campaign … Will battle for minutes at the four and five spots … An excellent outside shooter, who can cause match-up problems offensively with his ability to stretch the floor. FRESHMAN SEASON (2009-10) Missed the Tribe’s first eight games of the year due to injury … Played in six games, including the Tribe’s NIT contest at North Carolina (3/16) … Saw the first action of his collegiate career in the victory over Vassar (12/19) … Tallied four points, three rebounds and an assist in 10 minutes of action against the Brewers … Saw the first CAA action of his career at Drexel (1/9) … Came on and saw minutes in back-to-back CAA games at Old Dominion (2/3) and at Georgia State (2/6).

PLAYERS

PREP A McDonald’s All-American nominee … Rated the No. 19 player in the state of Ohio and the No. 157 best power forward in the country by ESPN.com … Selected to the Division II NE Inland All-District team … Averaged 13.9 points, 7.6 rebounds, 2.0 assists, 1.5 steals and 3.2 blocks per game as a senior at Walsh Jesuit … During his senior season shot 53 percent from the floor, 76 percent from the free throw line and 32 percent from 3-point range … A team captain as a senior … A three-year letterwinner for coach John Norris … Played AAU for the Ohio Basketball Club, which was rated the No. 1 team in the state of Ohio … A member of the National Honor Society and Justice League in high school … Was a Student Ambassador at Walsh Jesuit and volunteered at the Rockynol Retirement Community. PERSONAL The son of Jon Pavloff … His grandfather signed with the Detroit Lions and his great uncle played football at the University of Michigan.

CAREER HIGHS Points 4 vs. Vassar (12/19/09) Field Goals 1 at Iona (2/19/10) 1 vs. Vassar (12/19/09) Field Goal Attempts 3 vs. Vassar (12/19/09) 3-Point Field Goals None 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 1 at Georgia State (2/6/10) 1 vs. Vassar (12/19/09) Free Throws 2 vs. Vassar (12/19/09) Free Throw Attempts 2 vs. Vassar (12/19/09) Rebounds 3 vs. Vassar (12/19/09) Assists 1 vs. Vassar (12/19/09) Steals None Blocked Shots None Minutes 10 vs. Vassar (12/19/09)

PAVLOFF’S STATISTICS

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CAREER Season G-GS 2009-10 6-0 Career 6-0

Min-Avg 17-2.8 17-2.8

FG-A 2-7 2-7

Pct 3FG-A .286 0-2 .286 0-2

Pct .000 .000

FT-A 2-2 2-2

Pct 1.000 1.000

OR-DR 1-4 1-4

Reb-Avg 5-0.8 5-0.8

PF-FO 1-0 1-0

A 1 1

TO 0 0

Blk 0 0

St 0 0

Pts-Avg 6-1.0 6-1.0

CAA Season 2009-10 Career

Min-Avg 5-1.7 5-1.7

FG-A 0-2 0-2

Pct 3FG-A .000 0-1 .000 0-1

Pct .000 .000

FT-A 0-0 0-0

Pct .000 .000

OR-DR 0-0 0-0

Reb-Avg 0-0.0 0-0.0

PF-FO 0-0 0-0

A 0 0

TO 0 0

Blk 0 0

St 0 0

Pts-Avg 0-0.0 0-0.0

G-GS 3-0 3-0

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MATTRUM

So. • G • 6-4 • 200 • Baltimore, Md./Loyola Blakefield

CAREER HIGHS Points 8 vs. VCU (12/5/09) Field Goals 2 vs. Drexel (1/31/10) Field Goal Attempts 8 vs. Drexel (1/31/10)

3-Point Field Goal Attempts 5 vs. Drexel (1/31/10) Free Throws 6 vs. VCU (12/5/09) Free Throw Attempts 6 vs. VCU (12/5/09) Rebounds 3, three times, most recently vs. James Madison (3/6/10) Assists 5 vs. James Madison (3/6/10) 5 vs. Old Dominion (3/8/10) Steals 3 vs. Northeastern (2/13/10) Blocked Shots None Minutes 23 vs. Drexel (1/31/10) 23 at Wake Forest (11/28/09)

Earned valuable experience last season, appearing in every game … Will have the chance to earn a starting spot at the two-guard spot … Gained the confidence of the coaching staff and played major minutes in big spots last season, including the CAA Tournament … A great passer as demonstrated by his 11 assists and zero turnovers in three CAA Tournament games … Has the ability to take people off the dribble and hit the outside jumper … Deceptive with the basketball. FRESHMAN SEASON (2009-10) Provided valuable minutes as a reserve guard during his rookie campaign, and appeared in all 33 games for the College … Averaged 12.2 minutes, 2.7 points, 0.9 rebounds and 0.8 assists per game, while shooting 88.5 percent from the free throw line … Turned an impressive CAA Tournament, averaging 16.3 minutes per game off the bench to go along with 3.7 points, 3.7 assists and 1.3 rebounds per game … Tallied career-highs in assists with five in the quarterfinals vs. James Madison (3/6) and in the championship game against Old Dominion (3/8) … In 49 minutes at the CAA Tournament, dished out 11 assists compared to zero turnovers … Scored six point and had a rare 4-point play in the Tribe’s semifinal win over Northeastern (3/7) … Hit a pair of big free throws in the final minute of the Tribe’s regular season win over Northeastern (2/13) and added a career high three steals to go along with a pair of assists … Played 20-plus minutes off the bench in seven games this season … Tied his career-high with three rebounds against Delaware (2/10) … Saw a season-high 23 minutes of action against Drexel (1/31) and finished with a bench-high seven points and a career-best two steals … Scored a career-high eight points against VCU (12/5) and was clutch down the stretch, connecting on 6-of-6 from the free throw line in the second half … Canned a pair of important 3-pointers during the first half against Richmond (11/19), including one during W&M’s closing 11-0 run … Played 22 minutes off the bench against UR and while adding six points.

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3-Point Field Goals 2 vs. Richmond (11/19/09)

Sophomore Matt Rum

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PREP One of the top players in the Baltimore area … Became the 13th player in Loyola Blakefield history to score 1,000 points in his career … Averaged 17 points per game as a senior and prior to the 2008-09 campaign was named one of the Baltimore Sun Times Players to Watch… Named First-Team All-Baltimore Catholic League for the second straight season as a senior … Earned an invitation to participate in the 9th annual Charm City Challenge and won the 3-point shootout at the event … As a junior, named to the All MIAA ‘A’ Conference, All-Baltimore Catholic League and All-Baltimore County … Led Loyola Blakefield to the semifinals of the BCL playoffs for the first time since 1998 as he averaged 15.7 points per game, 5.7 rebounds and knocked down 44 3-point field goals … Named the MVP of Gilman High School Holiday Tournament as a junior … Averaged 14.8 points per game as a sophomore … Played AAU basketball for Severna Park/Maryland 3D … Listed as a two-star recruit by Scout.com and rated the 122ndbest shooting guard in the country by ESPN.com … Grew up in Chapel Hill, N.C., prior to moving to Baltimore for high school … Played AAU for the North Carolina Gators out of Greensboro and helped the program to 13U and 14U state championships … Along with his athletic exploits, was involved with numerous community service projects … As a youth, was a ball boy at Duke University in 2000 when the Blue Devils had the likes of current and former NBA players Mike Dunleavy, Jr., Carlos Boozer, Shane Battier and Jason Williams … One of the first former Duke ball boys to earn a Division I scholarship to play basketball … Had the opportunity to play HORSE against ESPN college basketball guru and Hall of Famer Dick Vitale during his time as a Blue Devil ball boy. PERSONAL The son of Steve and Carol Rum … His father, Steve, played professional baseball in Italy and Japan and is currently the senior associate vice president for development and alumni relations at Johns Hopkins Medicine.

RUM’S STATISTICS CAREER Season G-GS 2009-10 33-0 Career 33-0

Min-Avg 404-12.2 404-12.2

FG-A 27-74 27-74

Pct 3FG-A .365 11-42 .365 11-42

Pct .262 .262

FT-A 23-26 23-26

Pct .885 .885

OR-DR 4-25 4-25

Reb-Avg 29-0.9 29-0.9

PF-FO 33-0 33-0

A 26 26

TO 15 15

Blk 0 0

St 16 16

Pts-Avg 88-2.7 88-2.7

CAA Season 2009-10 Career

Min-Avg 164-9.1 164-9.1

FG-A 14-38 14-38

Pct 3FG-A .368 3-19 .368 3-19

Pct .158 .158

FT-A 14-15 14-15

Pct .933 .933

OR-DR 2-13 2-13

Reb-Avg 15-0.8 15-0.8

PF-FO 9-0 9-0

A 9 9

TO 9 9

Blk 0 0

St 7 7

Pts-Avg 45-2.5 45-2.5

G-GS 18-0 18-0

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GAILLARD’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2009-10 Opponent GS N13 at Connecticut N15 at Harvard N19 RICHMOND N21 at Manhattan N25 HAMPTON N28 at Wake Forest D2 LONGWOOD D5 VCU D19 VASSAR D22 at Radford D30 at Maryland J2 at Hofstra J4 UNCW J6 at Delaware J9 at Drexel J14 JMU J16 HOFSTRA J20 at VCU J23 ODU J27 at JMU J31 DREXEL F3 at ODU F6 at Ga State F10 DELAWARE F13 NORTHEASTERN F16 at Mason F19 at Iona F24 TOWSON F27 at UNCW M6 vs JMU M7 vs Northeastern M8 vs ODU M16 at North Carolina

Min FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA 12 3-5 .600 2-3 .667 0-0 12 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 2-2 11 1-4 .250 0-1 .000 0-0 11 2-5 .400 2-5 .400 2-2 9 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 17 2-4 .500 0-1 .000 0-0 20 4-5 .800 3-4 .750 4-6 12 1-3 .333 1-1 1.000 0-0 21 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 1-2 9 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 9 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 2-2 16 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 2-2 14 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 17 1-3 .333 0-1 .000 0-0 13 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 0-0 12 2-4 .500 0-2 .000 0-0 13 1-4 .250 0-2 .000 2-2 9 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 2 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 5 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 9 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 1-2 8 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 0-2 5 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 7 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 3 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 9 2-3 .667 1-2 .500 0-0 17 1-3 .333 1-2 .500 2-2 14 2-3 .667 2-2 1.000 0-0 23 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 1-4 7 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 8 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 4 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 18 1-2 .500 1-2 .500 0-0

Pct Off-Def Tot-Avg PF-FO A TO Blk .000 1-3 4-4.0 0-0 0 0 0 1.000 0-0 0-2.0 1-0 1 1 0 .000 0-0 0-1.3 1-0 1 0 0 1.000 0-1 1-1.3 0-0 0 1 0 .000 0-2 2-1.4 0-0 2 1 0 .000 1-2 3-1.7 0-0 0 1 0 .667 0-1 1-1.6 2-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0-1.4 1-0 1 0 0 .500 3-3 6-1.9 1-0 4 0 0 .000 0-0 0-1.7 0-0 0 0 0 1.000 0-3 3-1.8 2-0 0 1 0 1.000 1-2 3-1.9 1-0 0 1 0 .000 0-2 2-1.9 1-0 0 1 0 .000 1-0 1-1.9 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-1 1-1.8 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-1 1-1.8 1-0 0 2 0 1.000 2-2 4-1.9 2-0 0 1 0 .000 1-0 1-1.8 0-0 0 1 0 .000 0-0 0-1.7 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0-1.7 0-0 0 0 0 .500 2-0 2-1.7 1-0 0 1 0 .000 0-1 1-1.6 0-0 0 1 0 .000 0-0 0-1.6 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0-1.5 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0-1.4 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0-1.4 0-0 1 0 0 1.000 1-3 4-1.5 1-0 0 0 0 .000 1-2 3-1.5 1-0 0 0 0 .250 0-1 1-1.5 1-0 1 0 0 .000 0-0 0-1.5 0-0 2 1 0 .000 0-1 1-1.5 2-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0-1.4 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0-1.4 0-0 0 1 0

Stl Pts-Avg 1 8-8.0 0 2-5.0 0 2-4.0 0 8-5.0 0 0-4.0 0 4-4.0 1 15-5.6 0 3-5.3 0 5-5.2 0 0-4.7 0 2-4.5 0 6-4.6 0 2-4.4 0 2-4.2 0 2-4.1 0 4-4.1 0 4-4.1 0 0-3.8 0 0-3.6 0 2-3.6 0 3-3.5 0 0-3.4 0 0-3.2 0 0-3.1 0 0-3.0 0 5-3.0 1 5-3.1 1 6-3.2 1 1-3.1 0 0-3.0 0 0-2.9 0 0-2.8 0 3-2.8

Sophomore Forward Kyle Gaillard

HOWARD’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2009-10 Opponent GS D2 LONGWOOD D19 VASSAR J9 at Drexel F19 at Iona M16 at North Carolina

Min FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot-Avg PF-FO A TO Blk 5 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0-0 0-0.0 0-0 1 0 0 8 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 0-1 1-0.5 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0.3 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0.3 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0.2 0-0 0 0 0

Stl Pts-Avg 1 3-3.0 0 4-3.5 0 0-2.3 0 0-1.8 0 0-1.4

Sophomore Guard Doug Howard

PAVLOFF’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2009-10 Opponent GS D19 VASSAR J9 at Drexel F3 at ODU F6 at Ga State F19 at Iona M16 at North Carolina

Min FG-FGA 10 1-3 1 0-0 2 0-1 2 0-1 1 1-2 1 0-0

Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot-Avg PF-FO A TO Blk .333 0-1 .000 2-2 1.000 0-3 3-3.0 0-0 1 0 0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0-1.5 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0-1.0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0.8 0-0 0 0 0 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-1 2-1.0 1-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0.8 0-0 0 0 0

Stl Pts-Avg 0 4-4.0 0 0-2.0 0 0-1.3 0 0-1.0 0 2-1.2 0 0-1.0

RUM’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2009-10 Opponent GS N13 at Connecticut N15 at Harvard N19 RICHMOND N21 at Manhattan N25 HAMPTON N28 at Wake Forest D2 LONGWOOD D5 VCU D19 VASSAR D22 at Radford D30 at Maryland J2 at Hofstra J4 UNCW J6 at Delaware J9 at Drexel J14 JMU J16 HOFSTRA J20 at VCU J23 ODU J27 at JMU J31 DREXEL F3 at ODU F6 at Ga State F10 DELAWARE F13 NORTHEASTERN F16 at Mason F19 at Iona F24 TOWSON F27 at UNCW M6 vs JMU M7 vs Northeastern M8 vs ODU M16 at North Carolina

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Min FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA 12 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 14 1-2 .500 1-1 1.000 0-0 22 2-4 .500 2-3 .667 0-0 20 1-2 .500 1-1 1.000 0-0 20 2-3 .667 1-2 .500 0-0 23 0-3 .000 0-2 .000 4-4 21 1-2 .500 1-1 1.000 3-4 12 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 6-6 20 1-5 .200 0-3 .000 0-0 7 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 6 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 7 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 8 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0-0 8 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 7 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 6 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 1 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 6 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 5 1-3 .333 1-3 .333 0-0 5 1-2 .500 1-1 1.000 2-2 23 3-8 .375 1-5 .200 0-0 16 2-4 .500 0-1 .000 2-2 18 1-4 .250 0-2 .000 0-0 10 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 2-3 11 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 2-2 7 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 15 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 1-2 7 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 7 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 0-0 17 1-5 .200 1-4 .250 0-0 16 2-3 .667 1-1 1.000 1-1 16 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 11 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 0-0

Pct Off-Def Tot-Avg PF-FO A TO Blk .000 0-0 0-0.0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0-0.0 3-0 0 2 0 .000 0-1 1-0.3 0-0 1 0 0 .000 0-2 2-0.8 2-0 2 1 0 .000 0-0 0-0.6 1-0 0 1 0 1.000 0-2 2-0.8 4-0 1 0 0 .750 0-0 0-0.7 1-0 0 1 0 1.000 1-0 1-0.8 1-0 1 1 0 .000 1-2 3-1.0 1-0 1 0 0 .000 0-0 0-0.9 0-0 1 0 0 .000 0-0 0-0.8 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-1 1-0.8 1-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0-0.8 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0-0.7 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0-0.7 0-0 1 0 0 .000 0-0 0-0.6 0-0 1 0 0 .000 0-0 0-0.6 1-0 1 0 0 .000 0-0 0-0.6 1-0 0 2 0 .000 0-1 1-0.6 1-0 0 1 0 1.000 0-0 0-0.6 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-1 1-0.6 1-0 1 0 0 1.000 1-1 2-0.6 1-0 0 2 0 .000 0-1 1-0.7 0-0 1 0 0 .667 0-3 3-0.8 0-0 0 1 0 1.000 0-2 2-0.8 1-0 2 1 0 .000 0-1 1-0.8 0-0 0 0 0 .500 0-1 1-0.8 4-0 0 1 0 .000 0-1 1-0.8 0-0 0 1 0 .000 0-1 1-0.8 1-0 1 0 0 .000 1-2 3-0.9 2-0 5 0 0 1.000 0-1 1-0.9 2-0 1 0 0 .000 0-1 1-0.9 3-0 5 0 0 .000 0-0 0-0.9 1-0 0 0 0

Stl Pts-Avg 0 0-0.0 0 3-1.5 1 6-3.0 0 3-3.0 0 5-3.4 1 4-3.5 1 6-3.9 0 8-4.4 2 2-4.1 1 0-3.7 0 0-3.4 0 0-3.1 1 2-3.0 0 0-2.8 0 2-2.7 0 0-2.6 0 0-2.4 0 0-2.3 0 3-2.3 0 5-2.5 2 7_2.7 1 6-2.8 0 2-2.8 0 4-2.8 3 4-2.9 0 0-2.8 1 3-2.8 0 0-2.7 0 2-2.7 1 3-2.7 0 6-2.8 1 2-2.8 0 0-2.7

Sophomore Forward Andrew Pavloff

Sophomore Guard Matt Rum

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JULIANBOATNER Fr. • G • 6-2 • 175 • Bloomington, Ind./North

A combo guard with a smooth jump shot … One of the top seniors in the state of Indiana, started at the point guard position for the Indiana Senior All-Star Team … A smart player with a high basketball IQ, who can play with the ball in his hands or off the ball … An explosive offensive threat.

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PERSONAL Son of Melvin and Nancy Boatner … His brother, Kelvin, played basketball at the Naval Academy for four years … Intends to major in business at W&M.

Freshmen

PREP Named to the prestigious Indianapolis Star Indiana Senior All-Star Team and started both games in the series against Kentucky … Named Indiana Basketball Coaches Association (IBCA) Senior All-State as one of the top 15 seniors in the state in the class of 2010 … A First-Team IBCA Academic All-State selection as a senior after earning Academic All-State honors as a junior … Averaged 18.1 points per game and connected on 81.5 percent from the free throw line as a senior … A first-team All-Area and all-conference choice in 2009 and 2010 … A McDonald’s All-American Nominee … A North/ South All-Star choice … Named to the Indiana Junior All-Star South team … Selected as an underclassman all-state by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association in 2009 … Rated one of the top point guard prospects in the state of Indiana … Rated one of the top 10 players in the state of Indiana by the Indianapolis Star … Named to the Bloomington Herald Times All-Area first team in 2009 after receiving third-team honors in 2008 … Rated a two-star recruit by Scout.com … Tallied four 30-point games in 2009, including a career-high 31 points against Northview on Jan. 20, 2009 … Named Indiana Basketball Coaches Association and Pacers Male High School Player of the Week for District 3 after his 31-point performance … Ranked among the Indiana state scoring leaders as a junior at 21.3 points per game … Owned one of the best free throw percentages in the state as well at 84.7 percent (111-of-131) … For his high school career, scored over 1,000 points while shooting 81 percent from the free throw line and 40.1 percent from 3-point range … Named team most improved player in 2008 … Selected team MVP and offensive player of the year in 2009 … A team captain as a junior, along with receiving the Scholar-Athlete Award … Played AAU for Fieldhouse Elite-Team Indiana and helped the program to an elite eight placing at the Kentucky Hoopfest … Named to the Pittsburgh Jam Fest All-Tournament team … A member of the Indiana Math League, Student Athletic Board and National Honor Society in high school.

BRANDONBRITT

Fr. • G • 6-1 • 175 • Chesapeake, Va./Atlantic Shores Christian

A local product, who will be a match-up nightmare with his blazing speed … Physically strong with quick hands and can cause opposing ballhanders trouble … Worked to further develop his 3-point jumper since arriving on campus and has become an driving and shooting threat from the lead guard position … An ultra competitive player, who can make plays. PREP Ranked the No. 62 point guard in the country by ESPN.com … Rated a two-star recruit by Scout.com … Named the 2009 Metro Conference Player of the Year … Led Hampton Roads in scoring at 24.5 points per game as a senior, while earning Second-Team All-Tidewater honors … Averaged 13.2 points, 4.2 assists and 4.1 steals per game as a junior at Atlantic Shores … Scored 35 points including 10 of 14 from 3-point range against Deep Run at Slamfest VIII … The 10 3-pointers are an Atlantic Shores school record … A First-Team All-Metro selection in 2009, after receiving honorable mention accolades at Oscar Smith in 2008 … Named Atlantic Shores defensive player of the year in 2009 … Played AAU for the Petersburg Elite as well as spending time with the Boo Williams team … Named to the Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions U16 All Tournament Team in 2008 while playing with Boo Williams … Rated the 15th best player in the state of Virginia by Hoop Circuit Online … Rated as one of the top point guards in the state of Virginia. PERSONAL Son of Gerald Britt and Laverne Harvey. … Father, Gerald, played basketball at Hampton University, while his brother, Gerald Jr., played hoops at Virginia State.

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24 FREDHELDRING Fr. • F • 6-9 • 235 • Winnetka, Ill./New Trier

A big-body forward, who has a great all-around understanding of the position … Shoots the ball extremely well from 3-point range for his size … Very active on the boards and is an exceptional passer from the post position.

Freshmen

PREP Rated the No. 42 best center in the country by ESPN.com … Played AAU for Rising Stars … A two-star recruit according to Scout.com … Rated one of the top center prospects in the state of Illinois by the Chicago Sun Times … Rated as one of the top 20 players in the state of Illinois …Named Illinois Basketball Service Large School Honorable Mention All-State … Earned all-conference honors as a senior … A three-year letterwinner for Scott Ficke at New Trier … Helped Rising Stars to the Final Four of the Nike AAU Super Showcase in Orlando during the summer of 2009 … Received recruiting interest from Davidson, Southern Illinois, Cornell, Harvard, Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Northwestern, Iowa and Ball State … A member of the Triship Club for four years in high school … An avid golfer with a 10 handicap.

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PERSONAL Son of Ted and Julie Heldring … Intends to major in business at W&M.

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Fr. • F • 6-9 • 210 • Winfield, Illinois/Wheaton Academy

An extremely skilled bigman whose tools are an ideal fit to the Tribe Hybrid system … Possesses a high basketball IQ and is a good passer … A versatile forward, who can make an impact both on the offensive end with his shooting and scoring ability as well as his defensive presence and rebounding ability … On the defensive end, is an excellent shot blocker. PREP Named the Wheaton Academy Males Athlete of the Year as a senior … Graduated from Wheaton as the program’s all-time leader in scoring with 1,439 … Averaged 20.8 points, 8.6 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 2.6 blocked shots per game as a senior … Selected as the Suburban Christian Conference Player of the Year in 2010 … A two-time Daily Herald All-Area selection (2009-10) … A McDonald’s All-American nominee … A two-time Illinois Basketball Coaches Association All-State selection … Named a Chicago All-Academic Showcase All-Star in 2009 … Selected to the Glenberd West Christmas Tournament and Wheaton Academy Invitational All-Tournament teams … Averaged 19.6 points, 11 rebounds, five blocks and 2.4 assists per game as a junior … Named Illinois Basketball Service Large School Fourth-Team All-State in 2009 … Scored a career-high 37 points and nearly recorded a triple-double with 15 rebounds and eight blocked shots against Streamwood at the 2008 Wheaton Academy Thanksgiving Tournament… In a pair of regional victories over Sycamore and Hampshire, he accounted for 34 points, 25 rebounds and 16 blocks … Helped Wheaton to its first regional championship since 1998 … Garnered PSL co-Player of the Year after earning first-team all-conference accolades in 2009 … Selected as the Windy City Classic MVP in 2009 … Averaged 17 points, 7.8 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 2.9 blocks per game as a sophomore … Played in only eight games as a sophomore due to injury … Played AAU for Velocity … Rated one of the top front court players in the state of Illinois by Illinois Prep Bulls-eye … City/Suburban Hoops Report rated him as one of the top 20 players in the state of Illinois … Rated the No. 175 power forward in the country by ESPN.com … A member of Project Lead (a senior leadership group), International Club and was a four-year honor roll student in high school. PERSONAL Son of Tom and Sue Rusthoven … Father, Tom, played basketball at Trinity Christian College, while his mother, Sue, played tennis at College of DuPage and Western Illinois University.

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BENWHITLATCH Fr. • G • 6-1 • 165 • Bloomington, Ind./South

Joined the Tribe as a walk-on prior to the 2010-11 season … Comes from a winning background, having played for the Indiana state champion at Bloomington South and for an exceptional AAU program with Indiana Elite. PREP A member of the 2009 Indiana High School Athletic Association 4A State Championship team at Bloomington South … Team finished the year undefeated along with being ranked No. 1 in the state and No. 3 in the final USA Today high school rankings … An Indiana Wendy’s High School Heisman Award State finalist … Nominated for the Larry Bird Character Award presented by the Indiana Pacers in conjunction with the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), the Indiana High School Athletic Association, Inc. (IHSAA) and Dick’s Sporting Goods … During his varsity career, Bloomington South amassed a 49-1 record, including a state record 49-game winning streak … Ranked third on the team in assists and shot 60 percent from the field during his career … A three-year letterwinner on the Bloomington South football team as a wide receiver and defensive back … Played AAU for Indiana Elite … The student council vice president and a member of the Hough O’Brien Youth Leadership Program and the Honor Society in high school … Was the chairman of the Riley Children’s Hospital fundraiser at Bloomington South. PERSONAL The son of Jim and Ann Whitlach … Comes from an athletic family as his sister (Lizzy) and mother (Ann) played tennis at DePauw University, while his father (Jim) played basketball at DePauw … His uncle (Mike Baur) earned his graduate degree from the College in 1985 … Intends to major in business.

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GUARD

GUARD

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2

GUARD

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KENDRIX BROWN

JULIAN BOATNER

MATT RUM

Jr. • 6-3 • 195 Norfolk, Va.

Fr. • 6-1 • 175 Bloomington, Ind.

So. • 6-4 • 200 Baltimore, Md.

GUARD

GUARD

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BEN WHITLATCH

FORWARD

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BRANDON BRITT

ANDREW PAVLOFF

So. • 5-9• 150 Leesburg, Va.

Fr. • 6-1 • 175 Chesapeake, Va.

So. • 6-9 • 220 Akron, Ohio

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FORWARD

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QUINN McDOWELL

TIM RUSTHOVEN

KYLE GAILLARD

Jr. • 6-6 • 215 Mason, Ohio

Fr. • 6-8 • 210 Chicago, Ill.

So. • 6-7 • 215 Huntersville, N.C.

FORWARD

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Fr. • 6-1 • 165 Bloomington, Ind.

DOUG HOWARD

FORWARD

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FRED HELDRING

JOHNMARK LUDWICK

MARCUS KITTS

TONY SHAVER

Fr. • 6-9 • 235 Winnetka, Ill.

Jr. • 6-8 • 235 San Antonio, Texas

Sr. • 6-9 • 230 Holly Springs, N.C.

8th Season at W&M 25th Season Overall

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The Tribe enjoyed one of the best seasons in school history in which it advanced to the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) for just the second time in program annals and finished with a 22-11 overall mark. The Tribe’s 22 wins were the third most in school history and the most in 60 years. W&M set a school record and ranked ninth nationally with 10 road victories. Led by the senior quartet of Steven Hess, Sean McCurdy, David Schneider and Danny Sumner, the Green and Gold advanced to the CAA Championship game for the second time in the last three seasons and gained national headlines with its play. The College defeated a pair of ACC foes in Wake Forest and Maryland, while also receiving votes in both major national polls for the first time in more than 30 years. Here is a look at some of the highlights from a historic and memorable 2009-10 season: 20-WIN MARK The 2009-10 edition of the Tribe became just the sixth team in school history to register 20 wins. It marked just the third time since the 1951-52 season that the College won 20 games in a season, joining the 1997-98 and 1982-83 teams. The 22 wins are the third most wins in the 105-year history of W&M basketball. The 1948-49 team won a school-record 24 games, while the 1949-50 squad ranks second with 23 wins. The 1950-51 team along with the 1997-98 and 1982-83 teams won 20 games each. COACH OF THE YEAR AWARDS After leading the Tribe to one of its best seasons in school history, head coach Tony Shaver was recognized on numerous levels with Coach of the Year awards. For the second time in three years, Shaver was named the CAA Coach of the Year by vote of the league’s coaches media and sports information directors. Also for the second time in three years, he was selected as one of 15 finalists for the CollegeInsider. com Hugh Durham Mid-Major Coach of the Year award. Shaver also received both distinctions during the 2008 season as well. He garnered the National Association of Basketball Coaches District 10 and VaSID State Coach of the Year honors as well. CHALLENGING SCHEDULE The Tribe played 11 teams and nearly half its schedule (16 of 33) against programs that took part in one of four post-season tournaments. The Green and Gold faced four NCAA Tournament teams (Maryland, Richmond, Wake Forest and Old Dominion), three teams in the NIT (North Carolina, Northeastern and UConn) and two each in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament (George Mason and Harvard) and the College Basketball Invitational (VCU and Hofstra). W&M owned a record of 9-7 against teams taking part in the postseason. MCDOWELL, SCHNEIDER NAMED ALL-CAA W&M had multiple All-CAA selections for just the third time in the school’s 25-year association with the league as senior guard David Schneider earned second-team all-league honors and sophomore Quinn McDowell was a third team honoree. W&M also had two All-CAA honorees in 1998 and 2004. Schneider, who was a preseason second-team honoree after earning third-team accolades as a junior, became the highest placing W&M player on the all-league team since Adam Hess was a back-to-back All-CAA first team choice in 2003 and 2004. Schneider also became just the fifth W&M player to earn All-CAA honors on two different occasions during his career. After earning CAA All-Rookie Team honors last season, McDowell was only the third W&M sophomore to earn all-league honors from the CAA. ALL ABOUT THE ACADEMICS W&M is renowned as one of the toughest academic institutions in the country, and while the Tribe enjoyed success on the court, the men’s basketball program also did exceptional work in the classroom. As a team, the Tribe sported a grade point average of near 3.0, and three of the Green and Gold’s five start-

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2009-10 WILLIAM AND MARY MEN’S BASKETBALL TEAM Front Row (sitting left to right): Tony Shaver (head coach), Jamion Christian (assistant coach), Kendrix Brown, Matt Rum, David Schneider, Sean McCurdy, Doug Howard, Jonathan Holmes (assistant coach), Ben Wilkins (assistant coach) Back Row (standing): Lydia Dodson (manager), Jack Smith (manager), JohnMark Ludwick, Danny Sumner, Andrew Pavloff, Steve Hess, Marcus Kitts, Kyle Gaillard, Quinn McDowell, Kevin Snyder (director of operations), Lisa Shook (athletic trainer) ers were named to the CAA All-Academic Team last season. Senior guard David Schneider became just the second W&M player to be named to First-Team CAA AllAcademic team three times in his career, joining former Tribe star Adam Hess (2002, 2003, 2004). Sophomore Quinn McDowell and junior Marcus Kitts were named to the All-Academic second team. Both student-athletes maintain stellar grade point averages as McDowell plans to major in religious studies at W&M, while Kitts is pursuing a degree in business. Over head coach Tony Shaver’s seven seasons at the helm of Tribe basketball, W&M players have been named to the CAA All-Academic team on 14 occasions. DEAN ELHERS LEADERSHIP AWARD WINNER Senior guard David Schneider became the first W&M men’s basketball player since the award began in 1995 to be named the Dean Ehlers Leadership Award winner. The distinction is given to the student-athlete who “embodies the highest standards of leadership, integrity and sportsmanship in conjunction with his academic athletic achievement.” INTO THE LEAGUE RECORD BOOKS For the second time in the last three years, the Tribe set the CAA record for 3-pointers made in a season. Following a school record 16 3-pointers in the NIT first round at North Carolina, the Tribe’s final season total reached 295, bettering the old league mark of 270 set by UNC Wilmington in 2008-09. In 2008, W&M connected on a then school and CAA record 257. It marked the fourth straight season in which the Tribe made 200 or more 3-pointers. QUALITY WINS In the final NCAA RPI standings, the Tribe was No. 60 nationally. The Tribe’s RPI was the third highest in the CAA behind No. 28 Old Dominion and No. 46 VCU. W&M had a number of quality victories in helping the program attain such a lofty RPI. The Green and Gold tallied six wins against the RPI Top 80 in No. 23 Maryland, No. 26 Richmond, No. 31 Wake Forest, No. 46 VCU and No. 77 Northeastern (twice). Two of the wins (Maryland and Wake Forest) came at RPI Top 35 opponents on the road. AMONG THE NATIONAL LEADERS The Tribe ranked among the top 25 nationally in a trio of statistical categories. W&M was eighth in 3-pointers made per game at 8.9. The College also ranked 14th in turnovers per game (10.8) and 20th in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.3).

WINNING SENIOR CLASS The Tribe senior class of Steven Hess, Sean McCurdy, David Schneider and Danny Sumner was a driving force behind the W&M’s turnaround over its four years. The season prior to their arrival, W&M won eight games, but over its four years, the Tribe owned 64 wins which was an average of 16 per season, including seasons of 22 wins (2009-10), 17 wins (2007-08) and 15 wins (2006-07). The stretch also included the program’s first-ever CAA Championship game appearance in 2008 as well as a schoolrecord winning streak in 2009-10 and the program’s first votes in a national poll in 32 years. The 2010 class’ 64 wins were the seventh most in Tribe history and the most for a W&M team since 1985. ELITE COMPANY Senior guard David Schneider became part of a short list of Tribe players with 1,400 points, 500 rebounds and 300 assists over his four-year career. He joined former Green and Gold standout John Lowenhaupt (1975-78) as the only two players in W&M history to accumulate those totals. Schneider finished his career sixth on the scoring list at 1,491 points, third on assists (368) and 20th in rebounds (538). DOWN TO THE LAST POSSESSION W&M continued to demonstrated its grit and will to win, pulling out a number of last second wins in 200910. In total, 14 of the Tribe’s games were decided by three or fewer points. The Tribe finished with a 10-4 in those games, including a 5-1 mark in one-point games. Eleven of the Tribe’s 14 games decided by three or fewer points were against CAA opponents and the College was 8-3 in those contests. ROAD WARRIORS The Tribe led the CAA and ranked ninth nationally in road victories with 10. W&M was one of only 18 teams nationally with double-digit road victories in 200910. The Tribe’s 10th road win to close out the regular season at UNCW established a new school record for road victories in a season. It broke the school mark of nine held by the 1949-50 team. Seven of the Tribe’s road wins came as part of a school-record road winning streak that bettered the previous mark by two. W&M’s previous record of five set during the 1941-42 campaign.

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2010 NIT PARTICIPANT SCHNEIDER SETS 3-POINT MARK Senior guard David Schneider graduated from the College as the most prolific 3-point shooter both for his career and in a single season. His 99 3-pointers in 200910 bettered the previous school mark of 75 held by Greg Burzell in 1988. His 278 career 3-pointers made shattered the school-record mark previously held by Matt Verkey and ranks eighth in CAA history. He led the CAA and established another school mark, averaging three 3-pointers made per game as a senior in 2009-10.

BEST STARTS IN SCHOOL HISTORY Following its win over Hofstra, the Tribe improved to 14-3 overall and 6-1 in CAA play, matching the best overall and best CAA start in program history. In the 25year history of the CAA, W&M started 6-1 for only the second time, equaling the record held by the 1997-98 squad that went on to finish 13-3 and tie for the best record in the league. The 14-3 start equaled the Tribe’s best start through 17 games in school history. W&M also started 14-3 during the 1948-49 team when it started the year 15-3 before finishing 24-10. The 24 wins in 1948-49 are the W&M school record. RECEIVING VOTES IN NATIONAL RANKINGS The Tribe received votes in both the Associated Press and ESPN/USA Today Top 25 polls for seven straight weeks, beginning on Dec. 7 and running through the poll on Jan. 18. During the week of Jan. 4, the College tallied its most votes in both standings, receiving 37 votes in the AP rankings and 19 in the ESPN/USA Today poll. It marked the first time since the 1977-78 season that the Tribe received votes in the major national rankings. SCHOOL-RECORD WINNING STREAK After starting the season 0-2, the Tribe won 10 straight games, matching the 80-year old school-recording winning streak. It equaled the school mark of 10 wins set during the 1929-30 season. In three of the last four years, W&M enjoyed a winning streak of six or more games. TRIBE’S IMPROVEMENT AMONG NCAA BEST With the success of the 2009-10 season, the William and Mary men’s basketball program ranked among the national leaders in a pair of standings released by

All-CAA David Schneider (2) Quinn McDowell (3) CAA All-Academic Team David Schneider (1) Quinn McDowell (2) Marcus Kitts (2) CAA Coach of the Year Tony Shaver CAA Dean Ehlers Leadership Award David Schneider

MID-MAJOR TEAM OF THE WEEK Fox Sports writer Jeff Goodman named W&M the Mid-Major Team of the Week in his Weekly Wrap released on Jan. 4. The distinction came on the heels of its road wins at Maryland and Hofstra on Dec. 30 and Jan. 2, respectively.

CAA All-Championship David Schneider Danny Sumner

ACC ROAD WINS With its victories at Wake Forest and Maryland, the Tribe became one of just six non-BCS teams since the establishment of the ACC in 1953 to win two road games against the league in a season. The Green and Gold are the first team in three decades to pull the trick. The College, which won its fifth ACC road game in the program’s history at Maryland on Dec. 30, is also one of only seven non-BCS teams to own at least five road wins vs. ACC foes. W&M joined a list that includes Furman (15), George Washington (10), Davidson (8), Richmond (7), Temple (6) and Princeton (5).

CollegeInsider.com CAA MVP David Schneider

BEATING THE ACC With its road wins at Wake Forest and Maryland, W&M became the first Colonial Athletic Association team since the league was established in 1985 to win two games on the road at Atlantic Coast Conference foes in a single year. In fact, since 1985, the Tribe road wins are just the third and fourth over ACC competition for the CAA. The Tribe’s wins at Wake Forest on Nov. 28 marked W&M’s first victory over an ACC opponent in 25 years. The last W&M win over an ACC foe was a 5453 triumph over Virginia on Dec. 5, 1984 in William and Mary Hall. It had been 33 years since the College won on the road against an ACC team. On Jan. 18, 1977, the Tribe won at Virginia, 71-65. The College’s victory at Maryland on Dec. 30 marked the program’s first over the Terrapins since 1952. The wins over Maryland and Wake Forest were the first on the road over those opponents since 1950. JOINING A LIST OF FEW With its win at Wake Forest on Nov. 28, the Tribe joined a list of only nine non-ACC schools to win at the Lawrence Joel Coliseum, which opened in 1989. In its 21 years of existence, W&M became the first team to win a November game at Joel Coliseum and was the first unranked, non-BCS team to win in the facility as well. The list of non-ACC teams to win at the Joel Coliseum includes Colorado (1991), California (1993), #11 Utah (1997), Vanderbilt (1998) in the NIT, #19 Arkansas (1998), #6 Cincinnati (2002), DePaul (2005) and Georgia (2006). The only other non-BCS team to win in Joel Coliseum was then-No. 11-ranked Utah in 1997. With its win at Maryland, the Tribe became just the seventh nonconference team to win at the Comcast Center since the facility opened in 2002-03.

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CAA Player of the Week David Schneider (11/23) Quinn McDowell (12/28)

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MID-MAJOR TOP 25 RANKING After spending three straight weeks in the top 10 during the 2009-10 season, the Tribe finished the year at No. 20 in the CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Top 25. The Tribe was ranked during each of the final 15 weeks of the season. The College received its first-ever ranking in the 11-year history of the poll at No. 20 on Dec. 7 and reached as high as No. 8 during the week of Jan. 4. W&M ranked No. 10 in the polls released on Jan. 11 and Jan. 18.

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1,000-POINT SCORERS Seniors David Schneider and Danny Sumner became the 31st and 32nd members of the 1,000-point club at W&M last season. Schneider scored his 1,000th career points at the 17:37 mark of the second half at Harvard on Nov. 15, while Sumner tallied his 1,000th point at the 18:33 of the second half at James Madison on Jan. 27. Both milestones came on 3-pointers. Schneider finished his career sixth on the scoring list with 1,491 points, while Sumner was 22nd at 1,146 points. Schneider and Sumner became the fourth set of teammates and second under Tribe head coach Tony Shaver to score their 1,000th career point in the same season. In 2008, Nathan Mann and Laimis Kisielius became the first set of teammates that spent all four years of the W&M careers together to reach the 1,000-point mark in the same season. Matt Courage and John Lowenhaupt both scored their 1,000th career points in 1977, while Matt Verkey and Carl Parker reached the mark in 1996. Kisielius and Mann were the first to do it in the same season after spending their entire careers together. Two other duos, Bev Vaughan and Jeff Cohen (1958-61) as well as Kevin Richardson and Keith Cieplicki (1982-85), played their entire careers together, but scored their 1,000th career points in separate seasons.

the NCAA. After enjoying one of the best seasons in Green and Gold history, the College ranked fifth nationally in the Division I men’s basketball most improved teams list as well as having the 12th-best improvement in average attendance nationally this season. The College improved 10.5 games from the 200809 as it finished with the third-most wins in school history at 22-11. W&M trailed only Coastal Carolina (+15.0), Loyola Marymount (+13.5), Kentucky (+12.0) and Detroit (+11.0) in the national rankings for improvement. In 2009-10, the Tribe enjoyed its best campaign from an attendance perspective in 12 years. W&M averaged 3,144 fans per game in 2009-10 and saw 40,877 fans overall come from the gates at Kaplan Arena. Those totals were the most for the College since 1997-98. The Tribe’s improvement of 67.3 percent from the 2008-09 to the 2009-10 season was the highest in the Colonial Athletic Association and ranked 12th nationally. A key example of the Tribe’s attendance success in 2009-10 came on Jan. 23 when 7,686 fans witnessed the Tribe’s home affair against Old Dominion. It marked the largest crowd in Kaplan Arena history to witness a CAA game in the facility and the biggest attendance figure for a game in 17 years.

CollegeHoops.net Mid-Major AllAmerican David Schneider (HM) VaSID All-State David Schneider (2) Quinn McDowell (HM) VaSID State Player of the Year Tony Shaver Hugh Durham Mid-Major Coach of the Year Finalist Tony Shaver W&M Alumni Association Coach of the Year Tony Shaver NABC District Coach of the Year Tony Shaver FoxSports.com Mid-Major Team of the Week W&M (Jan. 4) Preseason All-CAA David Schneider (2)

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Season Results

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 22-11 12-6 10-5

HOME 10-3 6-3 4-0

AWAY 10-7 6-3 4-4

NEUTRAL 2-1 0-0 2-1

DATE TIME OPPONENT SCORE ATTEND HIGH POINTS 11/13/09 7:30 p.m. at Connecticut 66-75 L 9719 (20)McDowell, Quinn 11/15/09 2 p.m. at Harvard 85-87 Lo3 1297 (23)McDowell, Quinn 11/19/09 7 PM RICHMOND W 78-71 2104 (25)Schneider, David 11/21/09 2:00 p.m. at Manhattan College W 75-70 1654 (17)Sumner, Danny 11/25/09 7 PM HAMPTON W 62-61 1687 (16)Schneider, David 11/28/09 7:00 pm at Wake Forest W 78-68 9911 (16)Sumner, Danny (16)Schneider, David 12/2/09 7 PM LONGWOOD W 84-65 1958 (22)Schneider, David 12/5/09 12:06 PM * VCU W 75-74 3215 (18)Schneider, David 12/19/09 1 PM VASSAR W 94-48 2215 (21)Ludwick, JohnMark 12/22/09 7:00 PM at Radford W 70-68 952 (27)McDowell, Quinn 12/30/09 7:30 p.m. at Maryland W 83-77 16418 (28)McDowell, Quinn 01/02/10 4 p.m. * at Hofstra W 48-47 3132 (12)Schneider, David 1/4/10 7 pm * UNC WILMINGTON 61-62 L 3196 (17)Schneider, David 1/6/10 7:00 p.m. * at Delaware Wot 74-73 2720 (26)Schneider, David 1/9/10 4:00 * at Drexel W 73-48 1786 (20)McDowell, Quinn 01/14/10 7 PM * JAMES MADISON W 85-78 3072 (19)McDowell, Quinn 01/16/10 7 PM * HOFSTRA W 73-66 3414 (22)Schneider, David (22)McDowell, Quinn 01/20/10 7:30 p.m. * at VCU 59-81 L 7524 (20)Sumner, Danny 01/23/10 7 PM * OLD DOMINION 55-58 L 7686 (16)McDowell, Quinn 1/27/10 7 P.M. * at James Madison 63-65 L 3496 (23)McDowell, Quinn 01/31/10 5 PM * DREXEL W 54-51 2645 (13)Schneider, David 2-3-10 7:00 pm * at Old Dominion 42-61 L 8015 (8)McDowell, Quinn 2/6/10 6:00 p.m. * at Georgia State W 59-56 2347 (17)McDowell, Quinn 02/10/10 7 PM * DELAWARE W 67-54 2586 (16)Schneider, David 02/13/10 7 PM * NORTHEASTERN W 53-52 3882 (14)Sumner, Danny 2/16/10 7 p.m. * at George Mason W 63-60 5539 (19)McDowell, Quinn 02/19/10 9:04 pm at Iona College 53-69 L 2611 (17)Schneider, David 02/24/10 7 PM * TOWSON 77-83 L 3217 (22)Schneider, David 02/27/10 8:03 pm * at UNC Wilmington W 62-51 3014 (23)McDowell, Quinn 3/6/10 9:10 pm vs James Madison W 70-65 5461 (23)Schneider, David 3/7/10 5:45 p.m. vs Northeastern W 47-45 11200 (8)Sumner, Danny 3/8/10 7:02 p.m. vs Old Dominion 53-60 L 8455 (19)Sumner, Danny 03/16/10 9:30 PM at North Carolina 72-80 L 6822 (21)Schneider, David

HIGH REBOUNDS (6)Kitts, Marcus (6)Sumner, Danny (6)Schneider, David (6)Hess, Steven (9)Hess, Steven (9)Kitts, Marcus (8)Schneider, David (10)Kitts, Marcus (10)Schneider, David (13)Kitts, Marcus (7)Schneider, David (6)Hess, Steven (6)Gaillard, Kyle (6)Kitts, Marcus (7)McCurdy, Sean (5)Kitts, Marcus (5)Schneider, David (5)McDowell, Quinn (8)Schneider, David (9)Kitts, Marcus (9)Schneider, David (6)Schneider, David (6)McDowell, Quinn (6)Schneider, David (11)Kitts, Marcus (6)Hess, Steven (9)Schneider, David (8)Schneider, David (6)Kitts, Marcus (9)Schneider, David (8)Schneider, David (10)Kitts, Marcus (9)Kitts, Marcus (6)Kitts, Marcus (9)Hess, Steven (9)Kitts, Marcus (10)Schneider, David (10)Kitts, Marcus (7)Schneider, David (9)Kitts, Marcus (5)Sumner, Danny (5)Schneider, David (5)Kitts, Marcus (7)Hess, Steven

* = Conference game TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game

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W&M 2213 67.1 +2.5 735-1732 .424 295-841 .351 8.9 448-640 .700 13.6 1134 34.4 -0.5 463 14.0 357 10.8 -0.3 1.3 177 5.4 84 2.5 40877 13-3144 -

OPP 2129 64.5 759-1835 .414 223-684 .326 6.8 388-570 .681 11.8 1151 34.9 434 13.2 348 10.5 1.2 193 5.8 110 3.3 112073 17-5115 3-8372

SCORE BY PERIODS: William and Mary Opponents

1st 1018 987

2nd 1156 1102

OT 22 21

OT2 9 9

OT3 8 10

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2010 NIT PARTICIPANT 2009-10 OVERALL SEASON STATISTICS REBOUNDS Off-Def Tot-Avg 38-159 197-6.0 38-101 139-4.3 41-85 126-3.8 88-115 203-6.3 12-63 75-2.3 34-78 1123.7 4-38 42-1.3 14-31 45-1.4 4-25 29-0.9 10-45 55-2.0 0-1 1-0.2 1-4 5-0.8 51-53 104-3.2 335-799 1134-34.4 395-756 1151-34.9

PF-FO A 76-2 97 75-1 41 44-0 35 80-2 43 66-2 112 65-1 36 46-2 25 19-0 13 33-0 26 30-0 32 0-0 1 1-0 1 1 536-10 463 539-15 434

TO 49 38 34 49 51 42 23 15 15 30 0 0 9 357 348

Blk 2 3 24 33 1 10 5 0 0 6 0 0

Stl 48 19 18 13 22 11 6 5 16 18 1 0

Pts-Avg 512-15.5 446-13.9 349-10.6 223-7.0 151-4.6 1354.5 135-4.1 94-2.8 88-2.7 67-2.5 7-1.4 6-1.0

84 177 110 193

2213-67.1 2129-64.5

2009-10 CAA STATISTICS TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS Player GP/GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot-Avg Schneider, David 18-18 617-34.3 79-236 .335 51-152 .336 67-83 .807 16-91 107-5.9 McDowell, Quinn 18-18 609-33.8 82-171 .480 33-74 .446 53-65 .815 22-68 90-5.0 Sumner, Danny 18-18 495-27.5 52-140 .371 12-61 .197 23-50 .460 19-43 62-3.4 Kitts, Marcus 17-16 373-21.9 55-89 .618 0-0 .000 11-26 .423 50-58 108-6.4 Hess, Steven 17-2 266-15.6 32-51 .627 0-0 .000 20-24 .833 21-41 62-3.6 McCurdy, Sean 18-18 393-21.8 23-67 .343 10-30 .333 25-35 .714 9-30 39-2.2 Ludwick, JohnMark 18-0 201-11.2 22-56 .393 19-51 .373 4-4 1.000 2-18 20-1.1 Rum, Matt 18-0 164-9.1 14-38 .368 3-19 .158 14-15 .933 2-13 15-0.8 Gaillard, Kyle 18-0 191-10.6 15-40 .375 4-16 .250 6-12 .500 8-12 20-1.1 Brown, Kendrix 18-0 310-17.2 13-49 .265 5-14 .357 9-14 .643 8-34 42-2.3 Pavloff, Andrew 3-0 5-1.7 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0.0 Howard, Doug 1-0 1-1.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0.0 TEAM 27-28 55-3.1

PF-FO A TO Blk Stl 39-1 49 26 1 27 48-0 24 18 1 11 27-0 14 20 15 8 47-1 23 26 19 8 39-1 23 23 5 7 32-0 51 24 0 15 29-2 18 13 3 4 9-0 9 9 0 7 9-0 3 8 0 2 21-0 20 22 4 13 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 7

Total Opponents

301-5 296-8

18 18

387-939 396-999

.412 137-418 .328 232-328 .707 184-436 .396 115-357 .322 213-308 .692 230-420

620-34.4 650-36.1

234 196 48 102 217 195 58 98

Pts-Avg 276-15.3 250-13.9 139-7.7 121-7.1 84-4.9 81-4.5 67-3.7 45-2.5 40-2.2 40-2.2 0-0.0 0-0.0

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TOTAL 3-PTS ## Player GP/GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 02 Schneider, David 33-33 1099-33.3 148-425 .348 99-289 .343 117-146 .801 20 McDowell, Quinn 32-32 1065-33.3 145-294 .493 58-136 .426 98-122 .803 22 Sumner, Danny 33-33 951-28.8 123-308 .399 48-152 .316 55-97 .567 45 Kitts, Marcus 32-31 732-22.9 95-152 .625 0-0 .000 33-72 .458 24 McCurdy, Sean 33-33 801-24.3 44-134 .328 20-65 .308 43-67 .642 00 Hess, Steven 30-2 458-15.3 54-85 .635 0-0 .000 27-38 .711 33 Ludwick, JohnMark 33-1 370-11.2 45-107 .421 39-97 .402 6-8 .750 23 Gaillard, Kyle 33-0 376-11.4 31-81 .383 13-38 .342 19-28 .679 31 Rum, Matt 33-0 404-12.2 27-74 .365 11-42 .262 23-26 .885 01 Brown, Kendrix 27-0 408-15.1 19-62 .306 7-20 .350 22-30 .733 11 Howard, Doug 5-0 16-3.2 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 3-4 .750 13 Pavloff, Andrew 6-0 17-2.8 2-7 .286 0-2 .000 2-2 1.000 TM Team Total 33 735-1732 .424 295-841 .351 448-640 .700 Opponents 33 759-1835 .414 223-684 .326 388-570 .681

1143-63.5 1120-62.2

2009-10 TEAM GAME-BY-GAME Opponent at Connecticut at Harvard RICHMOND at Manhattan HAMPTON at Wake Forest LONGWOOD VCU VASSAR at Radford at Maryland at Hofstra UNCW at Delaware at Drexel JMU HOFSTRA at VCU ODU at JMU DREXEL at ODU at Georgia St. DELAWARE NORTHEASTERN at George Mason at Iona TOWSON at UNCW

Date 11/13/09 11/15/09 11/19/09 11/21/09 11/25/09 11/28/09 12/2/09 12/5/09 12/19/09 12/22/09 12/30/09 1/2/10 1/4/10 1/6/10 1/9/10 1/14/10 1/16/10 1/20/10 1/23/10 1/27/10 1/31/10 2/3/10 2/6/10 2/10/10 2/13/10 2/16/10 2/19/10 2/24/10 2/27/10

vs JMU 3/6/10 vs Northeastern 3/7/10 vs ODU 3/8/10 at UNC 3/16/10

Score W/L FG-FGA 66-75 L 25-60 85-87 Lot 24-59 78-71 W 26-51 75-70 W 22-50 62-61 W 20-42 78-68 W 22-50 84-65 W 27-56 75-74 W 23-50 94-48 W 32-58 70-68 W 23-54 83-77 W 25-53 48-47 W 15-42 61-62 L 22-57 74-73 Wot 28-66 73-48 W 24-46 85-78 W 29-54 73-66 W 24-47 59-81 L 24-62 55-58 L 18-54 63-65 L 23-57 54-51 W 12-46 42-61 L 16-48 59-56 W 18-47 67-54 W 21-41 53-52 W 19-46 63-60 W 23-54 53-69 L 17-47 77-83 L 28-72 62-51 W 20-50

70-65 W 47-45 W 53-60 L 72-80 L

23-57 17-46 19-48 26-62

Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def .417 13-34 .382 3-7 .429 13-21 .407 11-30 .367 26-33 .788 14-23 .510 10-22 .455 16-25 .640 8-27 .440 12-27 .444 19-29 .655 11-22 .476 12-27 .444 10-18 .556 10-21 .440 7-17 .412 27-35 .771 9-32 .482 11-27 .407 19-27 .704 10-28 .460 10-26 .385 19-24 .792 9-21 .552 10-26 .385 20-25 .800 15-28 .426 15-35 .429 9-16 .563 6-24 .472 8-23 .348 25-31 .806 7-28 .357 3-16 .188 15-19 .789 8-19 .386 8-25 .320 9-9 1.000 9-25 .424 12-29 .414 6-12 .500 13-20 .522 5-11 .455 20-25 .800 7-32 .537 9-25 .360 18-23 .783 5-21 .511 6-17 .353 19-28 .679 6-27 .387 7-27 .259 4-7 .571 17-19 .333 10-30 .333 9-12 .750 13-19 .404 12-33 .364 5-8 .625 8-24 .261 2-15 .133 28-37 .757 14-26 .333 5-25 .200 5-8 .625 8-17 .383 7-24 .292 16-20 .800 8-24 .512 7-15 .467 18-28 .643 6-34 .413 5-25 .200 10-15 .667 7-31 .426 7-18 .389 10-16 .625 15-23 .362 6-21 .286 13-23 .565 10-21 .389 14-36 .389 7-16 .438 21-23 .400 8-21 .381 14-21 .667 10-31

.404 .370 .396 .419

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11-36 7-24 9-31 16-43

.306 13-19 .684 .292 6-10 .600 .290 6-10 .600 .372 4-4 1.000

11-17 10-22 8-25 9-24

Tot-Avg 34-34.0 37-35.5 35-35.3 33-34.8 31-34.0 41-35.2 38-35.6 30-34.9 43-35.8 30-35.2 35-35.2 27-34.5 34-34.5 33-34.4 39-34.7 26-34.1 33-34.1 36-34.2 32-34.1 32-34.0 40-34.2 25-33.8 32-33.7 40-34.0 38-34.2 38-34.3 31-34.2 44-34.5 41-34.8

28-34.5 32-34.5 33-34.4 33-34.4

PF 18 26 10 16 10 15 13 17 8 18 16 12 15 15 22 19 19 15 15 16 20 17 17 14 19 17 18 16

16 15 14 20 18

A 16 17 16 18 15 9 17 17 20 17 15 7 16 18 13 18 13 12 11 17 8 10 11 14 11 11 8 14

13 15 10 14 22

TO Blk 15 1 19 2 11 1 6 2 15 3 11 4 10 3 8 2 4 4 5 3 10 4 16 2 8 3 5 1 13 4 10 2 13 0 14 0 10 5 9 0 10 4 12 7 7 2 18 3 16 3 7 5 11 3 11 2

9 5 10 12 17

3 0 4 1 1

Stl 7 4 6 1 1 6 4 5 6 6 4 9 4 6 8 12 9 5 3 6 6 4 3 2 6 2 6 7

5 7 4 7 6

Pts-Avg 66-66.0 85-75.5 78-76.3 75-76.0 62-73.2 78-74.0 84-75.4 75-75.4 94-77.4 70-76.7 83-77.3 48-74.8 61-73.8 74-73.8 73-73.7 85-74.4 73-74.4 59-73.5 55-72.5 63-72.1 54-71.2 42-69.9 59-69.4 67-69.3 53-68.6 63-68.4 53-67.9 77-68.2

62-68.0 70-68.0 47-67.4 53-66.9 72-67.1

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COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY WILLIAM AND MARY - TEAM GAME HIGHS POINTS 94 VASSAR (12/19/09) 85 JAMES MADISON (01/14/10) 85 at Harvard (11/15/09) FIELD GOALS MADE 32 VASSAR (12/19/09) 29 JAMES MADISON (01/14/10) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 72 TOWSON (02/24/10) 66 at Delaware (1/6/10) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .552 (32-58) VASSAR (12/19/09) .537 (29-54) JAMES MADISON (01/14/10) 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 16 at North Carolina (03/16/10) 15 at Radford (12/22/09) 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 43 at North Carolina (03/16/10) 36 vs James Madison (3/6/10) 36 TOWSON (02/24/10) 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE .467 (7-15) DELAWARE (02/10/10) .455 (10-22) RICHMOND (11/19/09) .455 (5-11) at Drexel (1/9/10) FREE THROWS MADE 28 DREXEL (01/31/10) 27 at Wake Forest (11/28/09) FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 37 DREXEL (01/31/10) 35 at Wake Forest (11/28/09) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1.000 (9-9) UNC WILMINGTON (1/4/10) 1.000 (4-4) at North Carolina (03/16/10) REBOUNDS 44 TOWSON (02/24/10) 43 VASSAR (12/19/09) ASSISTS 22 at North Carolina (03/16/10) 20 VASSAR (12/19/09) STEALS 12 JAMES MADISON (01/14/10) 9 HOFSTRA (01/16/10) 9 at Hofstra (01/02/10) BLOCKED SHOTS 7 at Old Dominion (2-3-10) 5 at George Mason (2/16/10) 5 OLD DOMINION (01/23/10) TURNOVERS 19 at Harvard (11/15/09) 18 DELAWARE (02/10/10) FOULS 26 at Harvard (11/15/09) 22 at Drexel (1/9/10) WILLIAM AND MARY - INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Points 28 McDowell, Quinn at Maryland (12/30/09) 27 McDowell, Quinn at Radford (12/22/09) 26 Schneider, David at Delaware (1/6/10) 25 Schneider, David vs Richmond (11/19/09)) Field Goals Made 10 McDowell, Quinn at Radford (12/22/09) 9 Sumner, Danny vs James Madison (3/6/10) 9 McDowell, Quinn at James Madison (1/27/10) 9 Schneider, David at Delaware (1/6/10) Field Goal Att. 25 Schneider, David vs Towson (02/24/10) 18 Schneider, David at North Carolina (03/16/10) 18 Sumner, Danny vs James Madison (3/6/10) 18 Schneider, David vs Richmond (11/19/09) FG Pct (min 5 made) .875 (7-8) Hess, Steven at Drexel (1/9/10) .875 (7-8) Ludwick, JohnMark vs Vassar (12/19/09) 3-Point FG Made 7 Schneider, David at North Carolina (03/16/10) 6 Schneider, David vs James Madison (3/6/10) 6 Schneider, David vs Towson (02/24/10) 6 Schneider, David at Delaware (1/6/10) 6 Schneider, David at Radford (12/22/09) 6 McDowell, Quinn at Radford (12/22/09) 3-Point FG Att. 17 Schneider, David vs Towson (02/24/10) 15 Schneider, David at North Carolina (03/16/10) 15 Schneider, David vs Old Dominion (01/23/10) 3-Pt FG Pct (min 3 made) 1.000 (3-3) Ludwick, JohnMark vs Old Dominion (01/23/10) Free Throws Made 11 Schneider, David vs Drexel (01/31/10) 9 McDowell, Quinn at Maryland (12/30/09) 9 Schneider, David at Wake Forest (11/28/09) Free Throw Att. 13 Schneider, David vs Drexel (01/31/10) 12 Schneider, David at Wake Forest (11/28/09) FT Pct (min 6 made) 1.000 (9-9) McDowell, Quinn at Maryland (12/30/09) 1.000 (8-8) Schneider, David vs Hofstra (01/16/10) 1.000 (6-6) McDowell, Quinn at Georgia State (2/6/10) 1.000 (6-6) Rum, Matt vs VCU (12/5/09) Rebounds 13 Kitts, Marcus vs Longwood (12/2/09) 11 Kitts, Marcus at VCU (01/20/10) Assists 11 McCurdy, Sean at James Madison (1/27/10) 8 Schneider, David at North Carolina (03/16/10) Steals 4 Schneider, David vs James Madison (01/14/10) Blocked Shots 4 Kitts, Marcus at Old Dominion (2-3-10)

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OPPONENT - GAME HIGHS POINTS 87 at Harvard (11/15/09) 83 TOWSON (02/24/10) 81 at VCU (01/20/10) FIELD GOALS MADE 30 at Maryland (12/30/09) 29 at VCU (01/20/10) 29 at Connecticut (11/13/09) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 74 at Wake Forest (11/28/09) 68 at Maryland (12/30/09) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .537 (29-54) at Connecticut (11/13/09) .527 (29-55) at VCU (01/20/10) 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 12 at Delaware (1/6/10) 11 VCU (12/5/09) 11 LONGWOOD (12/2/09) 11 at Manhattan College (11/21/09) 11 RICHMOND (11/19/09) 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 36 at Wake Forest (11/28/09) 31 RICHMOND (11/19/09) 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE .462 (12-26) at Delaware (1/6/10) .450 (9-20) TOWSON (02/24/10) FREE THROWS MADE 24 at Harvard (11/15/09) 20 JAMES MADISON (01/14/10) FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 30 at Harvard (11/15/09) 27 at Iona College (02/19/10) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE .900 (18-20) TOWSON (02/24/10) .900 (9-10) vs Northeastern (3/7/10) REBOUNDS 48 at Old Dominion (2-3-10) 45 UNC WILMINGTON (1/4/10) 45 at Wake Forest (11/28/09) ASSISTS 21 at Harvard (11/15/09) 18 at North Carolina (03/16/10) 18 at Radford (12/22/09) STEALS 12 at Connecticut (11/13/09) 11 at North Carolina (03/16/10) 11 HAMPTON (11/25/09) BLOCKED SHOTS 7 at Connecticut (11/13/09) 6 at UNC Wilmington (02/27/10) 6 TOWSON (02/24/10) 6 DREXEL (01/31/10) 6 UNC WILMINGTON (1/4/10) 6 at Maryland (12/30/09) TURNOVERS 18 at Harvard (11/15/09) 17 at Hofstra (01/02/10) FOULS 29 DREXEL (01/31/10) 25 at Wake Forest (11/28/09) OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Points 27 Franklin, Troy vs Towson (02/24/10) 27 Carter, Jawan at Delaware (1/6/10) 27 Dyson, Jerome at Connecticut (11/13/09) Field Goals Made 11 Foster, Kevin at George Mason (2/16/10) 11 Anderson, Kevin vs Richmond (11/19/09) Field Goal Att. 23 Greivis Vasquez at Maryland (12/30/09) 22 Harris, Jamie at Drexel (1/9/10) FG Pct (min 5 made) 1.000 (5-5) Rodriguez, Alejo at Iona College (02/19/10) 1.000 (5-5) Hassell, Frank at Old Dominion (2-3-10) 3-Point FG Made 6 Carter, Jawan at Delaware (1/6/10) 6 Gonzalvez, David vs Richmond (11/19/09) 3-Point FG Att. 13 Washington, Martiz vs Longwood (12/2/09) 12 Carter, Jawan at Delaware (1/6/10) 3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made) 1.000 (2-2) Williams, Chaz vs Hofstra (01/16/10) 1.000 (2-2) Dawson, E.J. vs Longwood (12/2/09) Free Throws Made 11 Colds, Gerald at Drexel (1/9/10) 10 Franklin, Troy vs Towson (02/24/10) 10 Bowles, Denzel vs James Madison (01/14/10) Free Throw Att. 16 Colds, Gerald at Drexel (1/9/10) 15 Bowles, Denzel vs James Madison (01/14/10) FT Pct (min 6 made) 1.000 (10-10) Franklin, Troy vs Towson (02/24/10) 1.000 (7-7) Bowles, Denzel at James Madison (1/27/10) Rebounds 20 Aminu,Al-Farouq at Wake Forest (11/28/09) 15 Bowles, Denzel vs James Madison (3/6/10) Assists 11 Smith,Ishmael at Wake Forest (11/28/09) 10 Rodriguez, Joey at VCU (01/20/10) Steals 5 Ginyard, Marcus at North Carolina (03/16/10) 5 Simpson,Vincent vs Hampton (11/25/09) Blocked Shots 4 Ojougboh, Nkem vs Northeastern (3/7/10) 4 Rendleman, Keith at UNC Wilmington (02/27/10) 4 Nwankwo, Robert vs Towson (02/24/10) 4 Spencer, Leon vs Drexel (01/31/10)

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Coaching

COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY

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Year 1905-06 1906-07 1907-08 1908-09 1909-10 1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1913-14 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36

Coach J. Merrill Blanchard H.W. Withers F.M. Crawford F.M. Crawford F.M. Crawford F.M. Crawford W.J. Young W.J. Young D.W. Draper D.W. Draper D.W. Draper S.H. Hubbard H.K. Young V.M. Geddy James G. Driver James G. Driver James G. Driver James G. Driver J. Wilder Tasker J. Wilder Tasker J. Wilder Tasker J. Wilder Tasker J. Wilder Tasker L. Tucker Jones John Kellison John Kellison John Kellison John Kellison John Kellison Tom Dowler Tom Dowler

W-L 4-1 1-4 1-4 7-3 1-3 3-1 2-5 8-1 3-6 5-8 7-4 4-9 6-11 3-6 5-7 8-3 10-2 8-4 7-13 11-6 9-8 7-8 16-4 9-11 16-6 13-4 13-6 13-5 4-9 10-5 11-6

Pct .800 .200 .200 .700 .250 .750 .286 .889 .333 .385 .636 .308 .353 .333 .417 .727 .833 .667 .350 .647 .529 .467 .800 .450 .727 .765 .684 .722 .308 .667 .647

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE Overall Conference Year Coach W-L Pct W-L Pct. Place 1936-37 Tom Dowler 0-18 .000 0-13 .000 16th 1937-38 John Kellison 2-10 .167 0-8 .000 15th 1938-39 John Kellison 9-12 .429 4-9 .308 12th 1939-40 Dwight Steussey 13-10 .565 6-5 .545 8th 1940-41 Dwight Steussey 15-10 .600 8-3 .727 2nd 1941-42 Dwight Steussey 15-9 .625 8-4 .667 5th 1942-43 Dwight Steussey 11-10 .524 6-4 .600 6th 1943-44 Rube McCray 10-11 .476 1-3 .250 10th 1944-45 Rube McCray 7-10 .412 3-4 .429 7th 1945-46 S.B. Holt 10-10 .500 5-5 .500 6th 1946-47 Richard F. Gallagher 14-12 .538 6-6 .500 9th 1947-48 Bernard E. Wilson 13-10 .565 8-7 .533 8th 1948-49 Bernard E. Wilson 24-10 .706 10-3 .769 2nd 1949-50 Bernard E. Wilson 23-9 .719 12-4 .750 2nd 1950-51 Bernard E. Wilson 20-11 .645 13-6 .684 4th 1951-52 H. Lester Hooker 15-13 .536 10-6 .625 8th 1952-53 Boydston H. Baird 10-13 .435 6-13 .316 12th 1953-54 Boydston H. Baird 9-14 .391 6-5 .545 5th 1954-55 Boydston H. Baird 11-14 .440 7-5 .583 6th 1955-56 Boydston H. Baird 12-14 .462 9-7 .563 5th 1956-57 Boydston H. Baird 9-18 .333 7-11 .389 6th 1957-58 William B. Chambers 15-14 .517 9-9 .500 5th 1958-59 William B. Chambers 13-11 .542 7-7 .500 4th 1959-60 William B. Chambers 15-11 .577 10-5 .667 3rd 1960-61 William B. Chambers 14-10 .583 9-6 .600 4th 1961-62 William B. Chambers 7-17 .292 5-11 .313 8th 1962-63 William B. Chambers 15-9 .625 10-5 .667 3rd 1963-64 William B. Chambers 9-13 .409 5-9 .357 7th 1964-65 William B. Chambers 12-13 .480 6-8 .429 6th 1965-66 William B. Chambers 13-12 .520 8-3 .727 3rd 1966-67 Warren Mitchell 14-11 .560 8-5 .615 3rd 1967-68 Warren Mitchell 6-18 .250 4-10 .286 8th 1968-69 Warren Mitchell 6-20 .231 3-8 .273 7th 1969-70 Warren Mitchell 11-16 .407 5-7 .417 5th 1970-71 Warren Mitchell 11-16 .408 7-3 .700 2nd 1971-72 Warren Mitchell 10-17 .370 6-4 .600 3rd 1972-73 Ed Ashnault 10-17 .370 5-6 .455 5th 1973-74 Ed Ashnault 9-18 .333 5-6 .455 5th 1974-75 George Balanis 16-12 .571 6-5 .545 3rd 1975-76 George Balanis 15-13 .536 8-3 .727 2nd 1976-77 George Balanis 16-14 .533 7-4 .636 4th Totals 41 seasons 489-530 .480 268-255 .512

ECAC SOUTH Year Coach 1977-78 Bruce Parkhill 1978-79 Bruce Parkhill 1979-80 Bruce Parkhill 1980-81 Bruce Parkhill 1981-82 Bruce Parkhill 1982-83 Bruce Parkhill 1983-84 Barry Parkhill 1984-85 Barry Parkhill Totals Eight seasons

Overall W-L Pct 16-10 .615 9-17 .346 12-15 .444 16-12 .571 16-12 .571 20-9 .690 14-14 .500 16-12 .571 119-101 .541

Conference W-L Pct. Place

9-0 1.000 6-4 .500 9-5 .643 24-9 .727

1st 2nd 4th

COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Overall Conference Year Coach W-L Pct W-L Pct. Place 1985-86 Barry Parkhill 8-20 .286 3-11 .214 6th 1986-87 Barry Parkhill 5-22 .185 2-12 .143 8th 1987-88 Chuck Swenson 10-19 .345 5-9 .357 6th 1988-89 Chuck Swenson 5-23 .179 3-11 .214 7th 1989-90 Chuck Swenson 6-22 .214 2-12 .143 8th 1990-91 Chuck Swenson 13-15 .464 6-8 .429 5th 1991-92 Chuck Swenson 10-19 .345 3-11 .214 7th 1992-93 Chuck Swenson 14-13 .519 6-8 .429 4th 1993-94 Chuck Swenson 4-23 .148 2-12 .143 8th 1994-95 Charlie Woollum 8-19 .296 6-8 .429 6th 1995-96 Charlie Woollum 10-16 .385 6-10 .375 6th 1996-97 Charlie Woollum 12-16 .429 8-8 .500 5th 1997-98 Charlie Woollum 20-7 .741 13-3 .813 1st 1998-99 Charlie Woollum 8-19 .296 3-13 .188 8th 1999-00 Charlie Woollum 11-17 .393 6-10 .375 6th 2000-01 Rick Boyages 11-17 .393 7-9 .438 5th 2001-02 Rick Boyages 10-19 .345 7-11 .389 6th 2002-03 Rick Boyages 12-16 .429 7-11 .389 8th 2003-04 Tony Shaver 7-21 .250 4-14 .222 8th 2004-05 Tony Shaver 8-21 .276 3-15 .167 8th 2005-06 Tony Shaver 8-20 .286 3-15 .167 T10th 2006-07 Tony Shaver 15-15 .500 8-10 .444 T7th 2007-08 Tony Shaver 17-16 .515 10-8 .556 5th 2008-09 Tony Shaver 10-20 .333 5-13 .278 10th 2010-11 Tony Shaver 22-11 .688 12-6 .667 3rd Totals 25 seasons 264-446 .372 140-258 .352 No Conference Southern Conference ECAC South CAA Totals

225-173 489-530 119-101 264-446 1097-1250

.565 .480 268-255 .541 24-9 .372 140-258 .467 432-522

.512 .727 .352 .453

ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS Coach J. Merrill Blanchard H.W. Withers F.M. Crawford W.J. Young D.W. Draper S.H. Hubbard H.K. Young V.M. Geddy James G. Driver J. Wilder Tasker L. Tucker Jones John Kellison Tom Dowler Dwight Steussey Rube McCray

Record 4-1 4-1 12-11 10-6 15-18 4-9 6-11 3-6 31-17 49-44 9-11 70-52 21-29 53-40 16-22

Pct. .800 .800 .522 .625 .454 .307 .352 .333 .646 .527 .450 .574 .420 .570 .421

Coach S.B. Holt Richard F. Gallagher Bernard E. Wilson H. Lester Hooker Boydston H. Baird Bill Chambers Warren Mitchell Ed Ashnault George Balanis Bruce Parkhill Barry Parkhill Chuck Swenson Charlie Woollum Rick Boyages Tony Shaver

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Record 10-10 14-12 80-40 15-13 51-73 113-110 58-98 19-35 47-39 89-75 43-68 62-134 69-84 33-52 87-124

Pct. .500 .538 .667 .536 .411 .507 .372 .352 .546 .543 .387 .316 .423 .388 .412


2010 NIT PARTICIPANT NCAA RECORDS Rebounds (Individual, Single Game) 51 Bill Chambers vs. Virginia (2/14/53) PLAYER AWARDS U.S. Basketball Writers Association Most Courageous Award 1978 John Kratzer

1950 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004

Academic All-America Chet Giermak Keith Cieplicki (3) Keith Cieplicki (3) Keith Cieplicki (1) Adam Hess (2) Adam Hess (1)

1985 2004

NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship Keith Cieplicki Adam Hess

CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major All-American 2004 Adam Hess CollegeHoops.net Mid-Major All-American 2010 David Schneider Creamland Dairies Collegiate Basketball Award of Excellence 2004 Adam Hess (Semifinalist)

1965 2003

State Player of the Year Martin Morris Adam Hess (VaSID)

2003 2004

VaSID All-State Team Adam Hess Adam Hess

2003 2004

VaSID Academic All-State Adam Hess Adam Hess (HM)

1961

Southern Conference Athlete of the Year Jeff Cohen

1961 1971

Southern Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Year Jeff Cohen Tom Jasper

1947 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1958 1959 1960 1961 1963 1964 1966 1967 1968 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977

All-Southern Conference Chet Giermak (2) Chet Giermak (1) Chet Giermak (1) Perry Lewis (2) Ed McMillan (2) Bill Chambers (2) Bill Chambers (2) Roy Lange (1) Roy Lange (1) Jeff Cohen (2) Jeff Cohen (1) Bev Vaughan (2) Jeff Cohen (1) Roger Bergey (2) Dave Hunter (2) Ben Pomeroy (1) Ben Pomeroy (1) Ron Panneton (2) Bob Sherwood (1) Bob Sherwood (2) Tom Jasper (1) Steve Dodge (2) Jeff Trammell (2) Mike Arizin (2) Mike Arizin (2) Ron Satterthwaite (1) John Lowenhaupt (1) Ron Satterthwaite (2) John Lowenhaupt (2)

1948 1949

Southern Conference Tournament MVP Jere Bunting Chet Giermak

Bill Chambers earned All-America honors from the Helms Athletic Foundation in 1953.

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1942 1945 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1958 1959 1960 1961 1963 1965 1966 1967 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976

Southern Conference All-Tournament Team Glenn Knox (1) Al Vandeweghe (1) Stan Magdziak (2) Jere Bunting (1) Chet Giermak (1) Ed McMillan (1) Ed McMillan (1) Bill Chambers (2) Jeff Cohen (1) Roy Lange (1) Jeff Cohen (1) Roy Lange (1) Jeff Cohen (1) Jeff Cohen (1) Roger Bergey (2) Bob Harris (2) Martin Morris (1) Walter Wenk (1) Ben Pomeroy (2) Tim Walter (2) Ron Panneton (2) Bob Sherwood (2) Tom Jasper (1) Jeff Trammell (1) Jerry Fisher (2) Tom Pfingst (1) Mike Arizin (2) Mike Arizin (1) John Lowenhaupt (1) Ron Satterthwaite (1) Ron Satterthwaite (1)

1970 1971 1973 1974 1975 1976

Southern Conference Player of the Week Bob Sherwood (wk 2) Tom Jasper (wk 6) Matt Courage (wk 2) Mike Arizin (wk 9) Mike Arizin (wk 2) John Lowenhaupt (wk 11) Ron Satterthwaite (wk 1) Ron Satterthwaite (wk 9) John Lowenhaupt (wk 10)

HISTORY

All-America Chet Giermak (Helms Athletic Foundation) Chet Giermak (NABC-2) Bill Chambers (Helms Athletic Foundation) Johnny Mahoney (Helms Athletic Foundation-3) Jeff Cohen (Helms Athletic Foundation) Mike Strayhorn (HM)

NABC All-District Chet Giermak Bill Chambers (HM) Jeff Cohen (HM) Mike Strayhorn (2) Keith Cieplicki (2) Keith Cieplicki (2) Tim Trout (2) Randy Bracy (1) Adam Hess (1) Adam Hess (1)

Honors and Awards

1949 1950 1953 1955 1961 1981

1950 1952 1961 1981 1983 1985 1988 1998 2003 2004

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Honors and Awards

COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY 1981 1983 1984 1985

All-ECAC South Mike Strayhorn (1) Keith Cieplicki (1) Brant Weidner (1) Keith Cieplicki (1) Keith Cieplicki (1)

1983 1985

ECAC South All-Tournament Team Keith Cieplicki Kevin Richardson Keith Cieplicki

1981

ECAC South All-Star Team Mike Strayhorn

1990 2004

CAA Rookie of the Year Thomas Roberts Corey Cofield

1988 1989 1991 1992 1993 1995 1996 1997 1998 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010

All-CAA Tim Trout (2) Tom Bock (2) Thomas Roberts (2) Thomas Roberts (2) Thomas Roberts (2) Kurt Small (2) David Cully (2) Bobby Fitzgibbons (2) Randy Bracy (1) Terence Jennings (2) Jim Moran (2) Jim Moran (2) Mike Johnson (2) Adam Hess (1) Adam Hess (1) Corey Cofield (3) Corey Cofield (3) Adam Payton (3) Laimis Kisielius (3) David Schneider (3) David Schneider (2) Quinn McDowell (3)

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1996 1998 2000 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2009

CAA All-Rookie Team Curtis Pride Jimmy Apple Scott Smith Thomas Roberts Chris Jensen Kurt Small Randy Bracy Jim Moran Bill Phillips Adam Duggins Nick D’Antoni Jack Jenkins Corey Cofield Laimis Kisielius Calvin Baker David Schneider Quinn McDowell

1988 1989 1991 1992 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 2000

CAA All-Defensive Team Curtis Pride Curtis Pride Derrick Peters Derrick Peters David Cully David Cully David Cully Shaka Arnold Terence Jennings Jim Moran

1988 1997 2008 2010

CAA All-Tournament Team Tim Trout Randy Bracy Laimis Kisielius David Schneider Danny Sumner David Schneider Danny Sumner

2003 2004 2008 1988 1989 1990 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

CAA All-Academic Team Tim Trout Matt O’Reilly Matt O’Reilly Adam Hess Adam Duggins Adam Hess Nick D’Antoni Adam Hess Nick D’Antoni Hawley Smith Adam Trumbower (1) Laimis Kisielius (2) Kyle Carrabine (2) David Schneider (1) Laimis Kisielius (2) Chris Stratton (2) David Schneider (1)

CAA Players of the Week Adam Hess (1/6, 2/10) Adam Hess (2/9) Corey Cofield (11/22) Laimis Kisielius (1/28) Danny Sumner (11/24) Quinn McDowell (12/28) David Schneider (11/23)

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

CAA Rookie of the Week Jack Jenkins (1/13, 2/10) Taylor Mokris (2/24) Corey Cofield (1/12, 1/26, 2/9) Edwin Ofori Attah (12/6/04) Laimis Kisielius (2/21) Calvin Baker (11/21, 11/28, 12/27, 1/30, 2/6) David Schneider (11/13, 1/10) John Sexton (2/4) Quinn McDowell (1/5, 2/9, 3/3)

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

CAA Legends Ben Pomeroy John Mahoney Thomas Roberts Martin Morris Michael Strayhorn Scott Whitley Tom Jasper Brant Weidner

COACH AWARDS NABC District Coach of the Year 1983 Bruce Parkhill 1998 Charlie Woollum 1983

CAA Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year 2004 Adam Hess CAA Men’s Basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year Adam Hess Adam Hess David Schneider

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

ECAC South Coach of the Year Bruce Parkhill

1983 1998 2008 2009

CAA Coach of the Year Bruce Parkhill Charlie Woollum Tony Shaver Tony Shaver

2007 2008

CollegeInsider.com CAA Coach of the Year Tony Shaver Tony Shaver

2008 2010

2008 2010

CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Coach of the Year Finalist Tony Shaver Tony Shaver W&M Alumni Association Coach of the Year Tony Shaver Tony Shaver

Thomas Roberts was a three-time SecondTeam All-CAA selection.

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2010 NIT PARTICIPANT TODD CAUTHORN SHEFFIELD SHARKS (ENGLAND) AT W&M 1990-93

Spent the last four seasons playing in the top leagues in France … Played two seasons with Entente Orleans 45, before playing with JDA Dijon Bourgogne in 2008-09 and JSF Naterre in 2009-10 … Averaged 10 points, and five rebounds in 38 contests for JSF Naterre, while shooting 56.9 percent from the floor and 34.4 percent from 3-point range … Scored in double-digits on 21 occasions, including five contests of 20-plus points … Finished the season on a tea, scoring in double figures in nine of his final 11 games, including averaging 16.6 points and 6.6 rebounds per game in the playoffs … Helped JSF Naterre to the France Pro B Semifinals and averaged 20 points and 6.5 rebounds per game during the semifinals against Limoges … After averaging 10 points and five rebounds per game in his first season with Orleans, averaged 10.9 points and 4.9 rebounds per game last year … In 200809, averaged 7.1 points, 2.7 rebounds and 1.3 assists for JDA Dijon Bourgogne, while shooting 41.7 percent from the floor and 36.4 percent from 3-point range … Played his first two professional seasons in Switzerland with BC Boncourt … Helped Boncourt from the top division in Switzerland advance to the finals of the LNA Championship in 2005-06, after the team claimed the Swiss regular season crown with an 18-4 record … Ranked fifth in the LNA with 9.8 rebounds per game. ADAM HESS ARTLAND (GERMANY) AT W&M 2002-04 Signed a two-year contract to return to Artland for the third time in his professional career in 2010 … Spent the 2009-10 season with CB Tarragona of the Spanish LEB Gold League … Selected to the All-Import Team of the LEB Gold League after ranking ninth in the league in scoring (14.8) and top the league in 3-point shooting (40.7) … Averaged 5.6 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game, while scoring in double figures in 25 of 34 games, including eight 20plus point performances … Scored a season-high 30 points on 6-of-9 from 3-point range in an 89-76 win over La Palma on Dec. 22 … Scored in double figures in 13 of the final 14 games of the season, including four 20-plus point efforts … Averaged 13.6

LAIMIS KISIELIUS GLORIA GIANTS DUESSELDORF (GERMANY) AT W&M 2005-08 Signed with the Gloria Giants Duesseldorf of the German Bundesliga for the 2010-11 season … Played for Liepajas Lauvas in Latvia during the 2009-10 … Ranked 10th in the Latvian Basketball League Division 1 in points per game (14.3) and assists per game (2.1) … Named to the Latvian League All-Star Team for the West … Averaged 4.1 rebounds in 27 contests … Shot 52.6 percent from the floor and 32.9 from 3-point range … In 18 Baltic League Elite Division games for Liepajas Lauvas, averaged 16.6 points per game to go along with 4.2 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 1.2 steals per contest … Scored in double figures on 36 occasions , including 13 20-plus point showings … Scored 31 points and added eight rebounds, while hitting six 3-pointers in the final Baltic League Game of the season against Siauliai on March 13 … Helped Ferro-ZNTU Zaporozhye to a fifth-place finish in the Ukrainian Basketball League … Averaged 10.7 points, 2.7 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game in 27 contests … Shot 47.2 percent from the floor, 32 percent from 3-point range and 68.3 percent from the free throw line … Spent part of his first professional season with BC Siauliai in Lithuania … Played for the Lithuanian U-20 National Team in 2005 and helped the squad to a silver medal at the European Championships … Helped the U-22 Lithuanian National Team to a silver medal at the Global Games in Dallas in 2006. JIM MORAN GRAN CANARIA GRUPO DUNAS (SPAIN) AT W&M 1998-01 Spent the last 10 seasons with Gran Canaria of the ACB (top division) in Spain … Helped Gran Canaria to the playoffs each of the last two seasons … Averaged 4.4 points, 2.4 rebounds and 1.0 assists per game in 34 games for CB Gran Canaria in 200910 … Shot 52.9 percent from the field, 37 percent from 3-point range and 86.7 percent from the free throw line during the regular season … Averaged 5.7 points, 2.8 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.0 steals per game in EuroCup play … Shot 40 percent from 3-point range in 13 EuroCup games … Finished with averages of 7.1 Points, 1.6 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game, while shooting 51.4 percent from the field, 38.7 percent from 3-point range and 74.3 percent from the free throw line during the 2008-09

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ADAM PAYTON LILLE METROPOLE (FRANCE) AT W&M 2005-07 Completed his second season with Lille Metropole in France in 2009-10 … Average 9.2 points, 2.6 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.1 steals per game in 37 contests, while shooting 46.2 percent from the field, 33.3 from 3-point range and 80.4 from the free throw line … Played for Lille Metropole Basketball Club, which finished third in the France Pro B League, but lost in the playoff quarterfinals … Scored a seasonbest 22 points in an 81-77 win over Evreux on April 16 … Helped Lille to a promotion from the French N1 League to the French Pro B League in 2008-09 … Lille won the French N1 League with a 28-6 overall record … Averaged 13.8 points, 2.2 assists, 1.9 rebounds and 1.6 steals per game in his first season with Lille Metropole … Played his first season of professional basketball with BC Boncourt of the LNA league in Switzerland … Averaged 13.7 points, 3.0 rebounds, 3.6 assists, and 2.1 steals per game … Ranked second on the team in scoring, evaluation (14.4 per game) and minutes played (32.5) … Led Boncourt in assists and steals … Ranked 10th in the LNA in steals per game.

HISTORY

ZEB COPE JSF NATERRE (FRANCE) AT W&M 2001-04

campaign … Averaged 5.9 points, 1.7 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game in 23 contests and shot 45 percent from 3-point range in 2007-08 … Played in all 34 regular season games in 2006-07, averaging 7.6 points while shooting 35 percent from three-point range to go along with 2.7 rebounds per game … Played for the Irish National Team during his international career.

Players in the Pros

Came out retirement to play for the Sheffield Sharks of the British Basketball League (England’s top division) as both a player and assistant coach in 200607 … Played in 36 games for the Sheffield Sharks, who finished 30-6 in the BBL in 2009-10 … Averaged 7.4 points, 4.1 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game … Shot 58.2 percent from the field, 32.8 from 3-point range and 71.4 from the free throw line … Also served as an assistant coach for the Sharks, who won the 2010 BBL Cup Championship … Retired from professional basketball following the 2009-10 season … Led the BBL in free throw shooting at 90 percent in 2008-09 … In 2002-03, he led the Chester Jets to the BBL championship and was named the team’s most valuable player … Previously played for the Sharks from 1994 through 2000 and for the 2001-02 season … Also played for Abc Graz in Austria in 1993-94 and in Belgium with Bree in 2000-01 … In total, played 14 years in professional basketball in Europe.

points, 4.2 rebounds and 1.2 assists in his return for the Artland Dragons of the German Bundesliga in 2008-09, while shooting 59.1 percent from the floor and 39.8 percent from 3-point range … Averaged 10.7 points and 5.3 rebounds per game, while shooting 46 percent from the floor with Roanne of the French Pro A League in 2008-09 … Spent the 2006 and 2007 NBA Las Vegas Summer Leagues playing for the Phoenix Suns … Played in the German Bundesliga with Artland in 2006-07 and earned Second-Team All-Bundesliga honors while ranking fourth in the league in scoring … Named an all-star each of the last three seasons in Germany and the Czech Republic … Played two seasons with BK ECM Nymburk in the NBL, the top division in the Czech Republic, helping the team to back-to-back league championships … In 2005-06, was named to the Czech league’s All-Imports list as well as second-team all-league after ranking fourth in the NBL in the value index ratings … Participated in the NBL All-Star game each of his two seasons with Nymburk and won the NBL three-point shooting competition in 2004.

SHERMAN RIVERS SHEFFIELD SHARKS (ENGLAND) AT W&M 2000-03 Returned to the same place where he started his professional career and averaged 12.9 points, 4.2 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 1.3 steals per game in 2008-09 with the Sheffield Sharks … Played 200708 for Academica de Coimbra of the Portuguese Proliga … Averaged 9.7 points, 3.7 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game with Academica … Played two seasons for BK Sadska of the NBL (top division) in the Czech Republic … Averaged 13.8 points and 2.8 rebounds per game in his first season with BK Sadska in 2005-06 and averaged 12.2 points, 4.0 rebounds and 2.1 assists for BK Sadska in 2006-07 … Started his pro career with in the British Basketball League with the Milton Keynes Lions. DAVID SCHNEIDER GUILFORD HEAT (ENGLAND) AT W&M 2007-10 Signed to play professionally with the Guilford Heat of the British Basketball League after a standout AllCAA career with the Tribe. DANNY SUMNER KARHU KAUHAJOKI (FINLAND) AT W&M 2007-10 Signed with Karhu Kauhajoki in Finland’s top division, the Korisliiga, in August of 2010 … Had three workouts with the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks and also generated professional interest from Germany, Belgium and Israel.

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COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY 1. CHET GIERMACK 1947-50

HISTORY

1,000-Point Scorers

Year 1947 1948 1949 1950 Career

G-GS 23 23 34 31 111

FG-A 120-NA 168-448 301-673 258-630 847-NA

2,052 Points

Pct 3FG-A Pct NA .375 .447 .410 NA

2. JEFF COHEN 1958-61 Year 1958 1959 1960 1961 Career

G-GS 29 24 26 24 103

FG-A 146-341 150-342 230-458 193-404 719-1545

G-GS 28 28 30 26 112

FG-A 167-350 180-358 192-374 195-337 734-1419

Pct 3FG-A Pct .428 .439 .502 .478 .465

G-GS 28 29 28 28 113

FG-A 144-275 167-310 180-343 235-413 726-1341

Pct 3FG-A Pct .477 .503 .513 .579 .517

Pct 3FG-A Pct .524 .539 .525 .569 .541

G-GS FG-A Pct 28-27 143-321 .445 27-26 172-352 .489 29-27 160-363 .441 27-27 162-346 .468 111-107 637-1382 .461

3FG-A 19-61 7-37 28-82 21-53 75-233

G-GS FG-A Pct 26-24 60-186 .323 33-32 95-280 .339 29-28 129-379 .340 33-33 148-425 .348 121-117 432-1270 .340

3FG-A 42-141 64-184 73-248 99-289 278-862

Pct .311 .189 .341 .396 .322

G-GS FG-A 27-8 52-126 27-12 126-284 27-20 140-335 27-27 168-416 108-67 486-1161

Pct .413 .444 .418 .404 .419

Pct .298 .348 .294 .343 .323

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G-GS 31 28 23 82

FG-A 199-413 168-368 157-332 524-1113

FT-A 64-82 131-153 69-79 96-123 360-437

Pct Pts-Avg .780 352-12.6 .856 465-16.0 .873 429-15.3 .780 566-20.2 .824 1812-16.0

FT-A 87-129 103-161 101-135 125-183 416-608

Pct Pts-Avg .674 392-14.0 .640 454-16.8 .748 449-15.5 .683 470-17.4 .684 1765-15.9

FT-A 49-73 106-124 77-91 117-146 349-434

Pct Pts-Avg .671 211-8.1 .855 360-10.9 .846 408-14.1 .801 512-15.5 .804 1491-12.3

1,487 Points 3FG-A 9-31 23-59 28-82 26-99 86-271

Pct .290 .390 .341 .263 .317

7. BILL CHAMBERS 1951-53 Year 1951 1952 1953 Career

Pct Pts-Avg .768 397-14.2 .856 465-16.0 .832 518-17.3 .864 504-19.4 .837 1866-16.7

1,491 Points

6. KURT SMALL 1992-95 Year 1992 1993 1994 1995 Career

FT-A 63-82 131-153 134-161 114-132 442-528

1,765 Points

6. DAVID SCHNEIDER 2007-10 Year 2007 2008 2009 2010 Career

Pct Pts-Avg .689 405-14.0 .669 395-16.5 .724 628-24.2 .768 575-24.0 .721 2003-19.4

1,812 Points

5. THOMAS ROBERTS 1990-93 Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 Career

FT-A 113-164 95-142 168-232 189-246 565-784

1,866 Points

4. KEITH CIEPLICKI 1982-85 Year 1982 1983 1984 1985 Career

Pct Pts-Avg NA 272-11.8 .475 394-17.1 .693 740-21.8 .663 646-20.8 NA 2052-18.5

2,003 Points

3. JOHN LOWENHAUPT 1975-78 Year 1975 1976 1977 1978 Career

FT-A 32-NA 58-122 138-199 130-196 358-NA

Pct 3FG-A Pct .482 .457 .473 .471

FT-A 42-61 150-208 115-151 122-166 429-593

Pct Pts-Avg .618 155-5.7 .721 425-15.7 .762 423-15.7 .735 484-17.9 .723 1487-13.8

1,456 Points FT-A 134-212 123-165 151-197 408-574

Pct Pts-Avg .632 532-17.2 .745 459-16.4 .766 465-20.2 .711 1456-17.8

9. JOHN MAHONEY 1952-55 Year 1952 1953 1954 1955 Career

G-GS 9 22 23 24 78

FG-A 9-41 103-249 145-302 220-474 477-1066

1,446 Points

Pct 3FG-A Pct .220 .414 .480 .464 .447

FT-A 13-22 97-139 166-223 216-286 492-670

10. RON SATTERTHWAITE 1974-77 Year 1974 1975 1976 1977 Career

G-GS 27 28 22 29 106

FG-A 103-226 177-381 147-303 95-231 522-1141

Pct 3FG-A Pct .456 .465 .485 .411 .457

1,394 Points FT-A 94-117 119-159 78-107 59-97 350-480

11. ADAM HESS 2002-04 Year 2002 2003 2004 Career

G-GS 19-16 28-28 28-28 75-72

FG-A 72-191 191-409 194-461 457-1061

Pct .377 .467 .421 .431

G-GS 23 34 32 31 120

FG-A 89-251 146-413 141-404 156-444 532-1512

Pct .253 .372 .302 .322

FT-A 46-65 114-135 123-163 283-363

G-GS FG-A 23-21 98-195 28-27 163-302 27-25 149-303 29-24 146-317 107-97 556-1117

Pct .503 .540 .492 .461 .498

FT-A 43-62 65-100 82-112 86-121 276-395

G-GS FG-A Pct 25-24 75-163 .460 27-27 129-265 .487 27-27 140-303 .462 28-27 135-289 .467 107-105 479-1020 .470

Pct .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FT-A 44-73 83-116 58-100 42-70 227-359

G-GS 26-23 22-15 26-26 18-15 92-79

FG-A 80-217 88-257 149-363 82-220 399-1057

Pct .369 .342 .410 .373 .377

3FG-A 19-50 44-106 47-128 31-92 141-376

Pct .380 .415 .367 .337 .375

FT-A 35-54 55-79 54-75 81-123 225-331

3FG-A 33-95 39-123 65-172 34-105 171-495

Pct .347 .317 .378 .324 .345

FT-A 62-93 71-107 85-122 42-62 260-384

G-GS FG-A 26-2 86-207 27-24 116-275 27-11 101-247 26-26 89-228 106-84 392-957

Pct .415 .422 .409 .390 .410

3FG-A 50-121 63-164 49-146 56-152 218-583

Pct .413 .384 .336 .368 .374

FT-A 47-61 63-79 48-62 49-65 207-267

Pct Pts-Avg .648 204-8.2 .696 357-13.2 .720 381-14.1 .659 382-13.6 .680 1324-12.4

1,229 Points

16. MATT VERKEY 1993-96 Year 1993 1994 1995 1996 Career

Pct Pts-Avg .603 240-10.4 .716 409-14.6 .580 356-13.2 .600 334-11.5 .632 1339-12.5

1,324 Points

15. RANDY BRACY 1996-99 Year 1996 1997 1998 1999 Career

Pct Pts-Avg .694 221-9.6 .650 357-10.5 .732 364-11.4 .711 398-12.8 .699 1340-11.2

1,339 Points 3FG-A 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-3

14. JIM MORAN 1998-01 Year 1998 1999 2000 2001 Career

Pct Pts-Avg .708 209-11.0 .844 564-20.1 .755 568-20.3 .780 1341-17.9

1,340 Points

Pct 3FG-A Pct .355 .354 .349 .351 .352

13. SCOTT SMITH 1989-92 Year 1989 1990 1991 1992 Career

Pct Pts-Avg .803 300-11.1 .748 473-16.9 .729 372-16.9 .608 249-8.6 .729 1394-13.2

1,341 Points 3FG-A 19-75 68-183 57-189 144-447

12. ED MCMILLAN 1948-51 Year 1948 1949 1950 1951 Career

Pct Pts-Avg .591 31-3.4 .698 303-13.8 .744 456-19.8 .755 656-27.3 .734 1446-18.5

Pct Pts-Avg .667 255-9.8 .664 286-13.0 .697 448-17.2 .677 240-13.3 .677 1229-13.4

1,209 Points

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Pct Pts-Avg .770 269-10.3 .797 358-13.3 .774 299-11.1 .754 283-10.9 .775 1209-11.4


2010 NIT PARTICIPANT 17. ROY LANGE 1956-59 Year 1956 1957 1958 1959 Career

G-GS 13 26 29 20 88

FG-A 15-37 70-146 178-364 129-276 392-823

1,192 Points

Pct 3FG-A Pct .405 .479 .489 .467 .476

FT-A 10-21 89-118 227-288 82-101 408-528

Year 1958 1959 1960 1961 Career

G-GS 23 22 26 17 88

FG-A 72-189 86-223 148-319 78-179 384-910

1,185 Points

Pct 3FG-A Pct .381 .386 .464 .436 .422

FT-A 105-132 92-134 147-199 73-110 417-575

19. RON PANNETON 1966-68 G-GS 25 25 23 73

FG-A 105-269 172-340 129-294 406-903

1,182 Points

Pct 3FG-A Pct .390 .506 .439 .450

FT-A 86-121 172-213 112-132 370-466

20. MATT COURAGE 1973-77 Year 1973 1974 1975 1977 Career

G-GS 27 27 26 30 110

FG-A 115-258 82-185 88-181 193-377 478-1001

1,164 Points

Pct 3FG-A Pct .446 .443 .486 .512 .478

FT-A 58-83 25-38 58-82 67-81 208-284

21. CARL PARKER 1993-96 Year 1993 1994 1995 1996 Career

G-GS FG-A 27-1 37-75 27-20 111-199 27-27 166-305 26-26 164-274 107-74 478-853

Pct .493 .558 .544 .599 .560

G-GS 21-1 33-22 30-24 33-33 117-80

FG-A 20-54 132-262 149-373 123-308 424-997

Pct .370 .504 .399 .399 .425

3FG-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-2

Pct .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FT-A 9-18 47-85 70-129 68-133 194-365

3FG-A 3-17 30-78 54-167 48-152 135-414

G-GS 28 29 28 28 113

FG-A 53-91 97-176 124-226 167-336 441-829

Pct .176 .385 .323 .316 .326

FT-A 4-17 54-85 50-93 55-97 163-292

G-GS 28-20 28-25 29-28 32-29 117-102

FG-A 78-203 68-198 112-241 126-325 384-967

Pct 3FG-A Pct .582 .551 .549 .497 .532

Pct .384 .343 .465 .388 .397

3FG-A 19-63 12-60 36-89 42-128 109-340

Pct .235 .635 .538 .567 .558

Pts-Avg 47-2.2 348-10.5 402-13.4 349-10.6 1146-9.8

1,139 Points FT-A 63-97 60-76 54-86 80-111 257-370

24. LAIMIS KISIELIUS 2005-08 Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 Career

Pct Pts-Avg .500 83-3.1 .553 269-10.0 .543 402-14.9 .511 396-15.2 .532 1150-10.7

1,146 Points

23. KEVIN RICHARDSON 1982-85 Year 1982 1983 1984 1985 Career

Pct Pts-Avg .699 288-10.7 .658 189-7.0 .707 234-9.0 .827 453-15.1 .732 1164-10.6

1,150 Points

22. DANNY SUMNER 2007-10 Year 2007 2008 2009 2010 Career

Pct Pts-Avg .711 296-11.8 .808 516-20.6 .848 370-16.1 .794 1182-16.2

Pct Pts-Avg .649 169-6.0 .789 254-8.8 .628 302-10.8 .721 414-14.8 .695 1139-10.1

1,133 Points Pct .302 .200 .404 .328 .321

FT-A 69-90 51-68 68-93 68-103 256-354

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Pct .767 .750 .731 .660 .723

Pts-Avg 244-8.7 199-7.1 328-11.3 362-11.3 1133-9.7

G-GS 25 24 25 74

FG-A 123-295 165-362 136-318 424-975

1,085 Points

Pct 3FG-A Pct .417 .456 .428 .435

26. COREY COFIELD 2004-07 Year 2004 2005 2006 2007 Career

G-GS 28-21 29-27 28-15 12-2 97-65

FG-A 126-224 119-248 112-202 16-39 373-713

Pct .563 .480 .554 .410 .523

3FG-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

G-GS 21 26 26 28 101

FG-A 28-49 128-282 134-299 116-260 406-890

G-GS 24 27 51

FG-A 222-438 209-399 431-837

G-GS FG-A 29-18 82-226 28-7 72-196 30-27 97-251 33-32 104-291 120-84 355-964

Pct .363 .367 .386 .357 .368

G-GS 26 27 28 28 109

FG-A 79-169 99-204 85-182 84-171 347-726

Pct .306 .411 .323 .346 .345

G-GS 29-2 28-25 28-12 1-1 86-40

FG-A 118-286 138-325 108-289 0-1 364-901

Pct 3FG-A Pct .467 .485 .467 .491 .478

Pct .413 .425 .374 .000 .404

G-GS FG-A 16- 14-32 28-14 47-123 27-21 118-252 29-28 190-364 100-63 369-771

FT-A 101-135 88-127 189-262

Pct Pts-Avg .748 545-22.7 .693 506-18.7 .721 1051-20.6

FT-A 25-36 23-30 26-33 32-44 106-143

Pct Pts-Avg .694 226-7.8 .767 218-7.8 .788 274-9.1 .727 313-9.5 .741 1031-8.6

FT-A 54-93 117-159 88-134 75-135 334-521

Pct Pts-Avg .581 212-8.2 .736 315-11.7 .657 258-9.2 .556 243-8.7 .641 1028-9.4

1,017 Points 3FG-A 51-134 41-111 32-96 0-0 124-341

Pct .381 .369 .333 .000 .364

FT-A 53-61 56-65 56-65 0-0 165-191

Pct 3FG-A Pct .438 .382 .468 0-0 .000 .522 0-1 .000 .479 0-1 .000

FT-A 8-15 46-74 110-158 109-159 273-406

32. TIM TROUT 1985-88 Year 1985 1986 1987 1988 Career

Pct Pts-Avg .698 93-4.4 .767 322-12.4 .802 349-13.4 .739 297-10.6 .759 1061-10.5

1,028 Points

31. JIMMY APPLE 1988-91 Year 1988 1989 1990 1991 Career

FT-A 37-53 68-86 81-101 65-88 249-328

1,031 Points 3FG-A 37-121 51-124 54-167 73-211 215-623

30. BILL BARNES 1979-82 Year 1979 1980 1981 1982 Career

Pct Pts-Avg .634 370-13.2 .804 382-13.2 .685 287-10.3 .600 41-3.4 .708 1080-11.1

1,051 Points

Pct 3FG-A Pct .507 .524 .515

29. NATHAN MANN 2005-08 Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 Career

FT-A 118-186 144-179 63-92 9-15 334-472

1,061 Points

Pct 3FG-A Pct .571 .454 .448 .446 .456

28. BOB SHERWOOD 1968-70 Year 1968 1970 Career

Pct Pts-Avg .636 309-12.4 .614 411-17.1 .705 365-14.6 .653 1085-14.7

1,080 Points Pct .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

27. SCOTT WHITLEY 1978-81 Year 1978 1979 1980 1981 Career

FT-A 63-99 81-132 93-132 237-363

HISTORY

Year 1966 1967 1968 Career

Pct Pts-Avg .795 249-10.8 .687 264-12.0 .739 443-17.0 .664 229-13.5 .725 1185-13.5

Year 1965 1966 1967 Career

1,000-Point Scorers

18. BEV VAUGHAN 1958-61

Pct Pts-Avg .476 40-3.1 .754 229-8.8 .788 583-20.1 .812 340-17.0 .773 1192-13.5

25. BEN POMEROY 1965-67

Pct Pts-Avg .869 340-11.7 .862 373-13.3 .862 304-10.9 .000 0-0.0 .864 1017-11.8

1,011 Points Pct Pts-Avg .533 36-2.3 .622 140-5.0 .696 346-12.8 .686 489-16.9 .672 1011-10.1

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HISTORY

Records/Kraze Award

POINTS

Individual 41 Reggie Williams (VMI) vs. Cornell (12/1/06) 40 Anton Gill (East Carolina) vs. W&M (1/19/94) 36 Mit Winter (W&M) vs. JMU (2/24/01) 36 Lamont Strothers (CNU) vs. W&M (12/22/88) 35 Mike Arizin (W&M) vs. Richmond (12/11/73) 35 Henry Williams (Jacksonville) vs. W&M (11/27/72) 35 Tom Jasper (W&M) vs. Georgetown (12/7/70) Team 116 W&M vs. George Mason (2/27/95) Both Teams 210 W&M (116) vs. George Mason (94) (2/27/95)

3-POINT FIELD GOALS

Individual 26 David Cully (W&M) vs. VMI (1/17/96)

Team 19 VMI vs. Cornell (12/1/06)

Team 67 W&M vs. Marymount (11/29/95)

3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

Individual 15 Scott Coval (W&M) vs. GMU (2/23/85)

Team 54 VMI vs. Cornell (12/1/06)

Team 33 W&M vs. George Mason (2/27/95)

FREE THROWS

Team 38 Duke vs. W&M (1/22/90) W&M vs. Davidson (1/3/73)

Fewest Points - Both Teams 80 W&M (38) vs. Princeton (42) (1/26/77)

FIELD GOALS

Individual 15 Henry Williams (Jacksonville) vs. W&M (11/27/72) 15 Tom Jasper (W&M) vs. Georgetown (12/7/70)

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

Individual 26 Tom Jasper (W&M) vs. Georgetown (12/7/70)

STEALS

Individual 8 Rod Musselman vs. Washington College (1/10/76)

BLOCKS

Individual 10 David Cully (W&M) vs. GMU (2/15/95)

Fewest - Team 0 W&M vs. Albright (11/21/98) W&M vs. Iona (2/14/74)

Team 17 W&M vs. George Mason (2/26/96)

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS

Team 43 W&M vs. George Mason (2/27/95)

ASSISTS

Individual 15 David Schneider (W&M) vs. Navy (11/22/08)

Individual 17 Mit Winter (W&M) vs. JMU (2/24/01)

Fewest Points 32 Christopher Newport vs W&M (11/30/81)

REBOUNDS

Individual 9 Matt Verkey (W&M) vs. GMU (2/27/95)

PERSONAL FOULS

Individual 18 Thomas Roberts (W&M) vs. GMU (1/11/92)

Individual 6 Josh Clark (VCU) vs. W&M (1/12/02)

Team 47 W&M vs. Davidson (1/3/73)

Team 32 Davidson vs. W&M (1/3/73)

Fewest - Team 0 W&M vs. Iona (2/14/74)

Team 97 George Mason vs. W&M (2/26/96)

THE KRAZE AWARD John Kratzer, captain of William and Mary’s 1977-78 men’s basketball team, received the inaugural United States Basketball Writers Association Most Courageous Athlete award. After lettering his first two years at forward, Kratzer was diagnosed with cancer and battled the disease for three more years. Throughout the ordeal, John never lost his sense of humor and continued to be the player who kept the team loose and served as an inspiration. “Kraze” attended practices and sat on the bench his senior year, playing a major role in W&M’s 78-75 win over No. 2 North Carolina on December 7, 1977. Through it all, John’s warmth, cheerfulness and courage touched countless people. The “Kraze Award” is William and Mary basketball’s most coveted award. Recipients over the past years include:

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1993 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2007 2008 2009 2010

Brendan Connor Carl Parker Carl Parker Shaka Arnold Terence Jennings Jim Moran James Haunty Brian Brown Cody Carbaugh Sherman Rivers Zeb Cope David Schneider David Schneider David Schneider Quinn McDowell

Quinn McDowell was the 2010 winner of the Kraze Award.

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#42 John Lowenhaupt - 1,866 points

#52 Jeff Cohen - 2,003 points

Retired Numbers/NBA Draft Picks

RETIRED JERSEYS

HISTORY

#32 Bill Chambers 1,456 points

#32 Chet Giermak 2,052 points

#14 Keith Cieplicki 1,812 points

NBA DRAFT PICKS 1985

Keith Cieplicki, by Los Angeles Lakers

1983

Brant Weidner, by San Antonio Spurs

1981

Scott Whitley, by Indiana Pacers

1961

Jeff Cohen, by Chicago Packers

1959

Don Lange, by Boston Celtics

1955

John Mahoney, by Boston Celtics

1953

Bill Chambers, by Minneapolis Lakers

1950

Chet Giermak, by Rochester Royals

Scott Whitley 1978-81

22nd pick of the seventh round (161st overall) 20th pick of the fourth round (90th overall) 12th pick of the ninth round (195th overall) 14th pick of the second round (23rd overall) Eighth pick of the fifth round (38th overall) Boston’s eighth pick

Minneapolis’ 11th pick

Rochester’s fourth pick

2010-11 TRIBE Basketball

Brant Weidner 1979-82

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Records vs. Opponents

COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY Opponent G Overall H A N Air Force 2 2-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 Akron 2 2-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 UAB 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 Alaska 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 Albright 2 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 American 45 11-34 11-9 19-1 4-1 American International 1 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 Appalachian State 6 5-1 3-0 2-1 0-0 Apprentice School 9 8-1 5-0 3-1 0-0 Arizona State 1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 Arkansas State 1 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 Army 4 2-2 1-1 1-1 0-0 Auburn 1 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Baltimore 3 2-1 2-0 0-1 0-0 Baylor 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 Bluefield 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 Boston College 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 Boston University 3 1-2 0-0 0-2 1-0 Bowling Green 1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 Bradley 2 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-1 Bridgewater 12 12-0 4-0 3-0 0-0 Cal State Fullerton 1 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 UCLA 2 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-1 UC Santa Barbara 1 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 Campbell 8 6-2 4-0 2-1 0-1 Catholic 8 5-3 2-0 2-1 0-0 Centenary (N.J.) 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 Central Florida 1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 Charleston (W. Va.) 5 4-1 2-0 1-1 1-0 Charleston Southern 2 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 Charlotte 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 Christopher Newport 13 13-0 13-0 0-0 0-0 Cincinnati 6 0-6 0-2 0-4 0-0 The Citadel 52 30-22 20-6 7-16 3-0 Clemson 4 2-2 1-1 1-1 0-0 Colby 1 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 Colorado State 1 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Columbia 2 1-1 1-0 0-0 0-1 Connecticut 2 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-0 Cornell 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 Davidson 48 27-21 14-5 10-8 3-8 Delaware 23 8-15 4-6 3-8 1-0 Delaware Valley 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 Detroit 1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 Dickenson 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 Drexel 23 8-15 6-5 2-9 0-1 Duke 30 3-27 2-5 0-16 0-4 Duquesne 2 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-0 East Carolina 79 42-37 26-13 11-23 5-1 East Tennessee St. 1 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 Eastern Connecticut 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 Eastern Kentucky 2 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 Elizabethtown 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 Elon 5 5-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 Emory and Henry 9 5-4 2-1 0-1 0-0 Evansville 2 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 Fairfield 3 1-2 1-0 0-2 0-0 Florida Southern 3 3-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 Fordham 4 1-3 0-1 1-2 0-0 Furman 50 26-24 14-6 8-17 4-1 Gallaudet 1 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 Gardner-Webb First Meeting George Mason 62 27-35 16-14 11-18 0-3

Meetings Pct. First Last 1.000 12/28/68 12/30/95 1.000 1949-50 12/2/01 .000 12/28/96 12/28/96 .000 12/30/89 12/30/89 1.000 1948-49 11/21/98 .244 1946-47 1/31/01 1.000 1947-48 1947-48 .833 12/11/72 1/8/77 .889 1934-35 1943-44 .000 12/27/96 12/27/96 1.000 12/20/63 12/20/63 .500 12/7/88 1/7/92 1.000 12/29/81 12/29/81 .667 1/11/49 2/10/75 .000 12/26/68 12/26/68 1.000 2/14/80 2/14/80 .000 12/15/62 12/15/62 .333 2/25/47 12/28/54 .000 1949-50 1949-50 .000 1940-41 12/21/94 1.000 1921-22 12/1/86 1.000 12/9/77 12/9/77 .000 12/29/70 12/23/76 1.000 12/22/76 12/22/76 .750 1/2/93 11/26/05 .625 1925-26 12/2/96 1.000 1/17/98 1/17/98 .000 1/2/89 1/2/89 .800 1949-50 1959-60 1.000 11/24/01 1/2/03 .000 12/21/91 12/21/91 1.000 11/29/76 12/22/89 .000 3/17/50 1/27/73 .577 1939-40 11/26/01 .500 1940-41 1953-54 1.000 12/6/49 12/6/49 1.000 12/28/85 12/28/85 .500 12/28/56 12/30/74 .000 12/28/67 11/13/09 1.000 12/2/06 12/2/06 .563 1933-34 12/30/00 .348 1915-16 2/10/10 1.000 11/25/78 11/25/78 .000 12/28/65 12/28/65 1.000 12/11/75 12/11/75 .348 1/23/84 1/31/10 .100 1911-12 1/2/00 .000 12/11/59 12/30/70 .532 12/15/61 11/30/02 1.000 12/28/63 12/28/63 1.000 12/1/75 12/1/75 .500 12/27/63 12/27/65 1.000 11/27/81 11/27/81 1.000 1923-24 12/22/98 .556 1926-27 1933-34 .500 1957-58 12/27/66 .333 12/22/73 12/31/07 1.000 1/31/66 2/3/72 .250 1941-42 11/22/02 .520 1/29/40 11/17/98 1.000 1921-22 1921-22 .435 2/4/78 2/16/10

Opponent G Overall H A N George Washington 63 26-37 18-8 3-21 3-4 Georgetown 10 4-6 2-1 1-5 0-0 Georgia 2 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-1 Georgia State 8 5-3 1-1 3-1 1-1 Georgia Tech 7 1-6 1-0 0-6 0-0 Guilford 8 6-2 2-0 0-1 0-0 Hampden-Sydney 69 54-15 31-4 4-2 0-0 Hampton 14 9-5 5-3 4-2 0-0 Hartford 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 Harvard 2 1-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 Haverford 2 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 Hawaii 2 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-0 High Point 3 1-2 1-0 0-1 0-0 Hofstra 15 5-10 3-4 2-5 0-1 Holy Cross 5 0-5 0-3 0-2 0-0 Houston Baptist 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 Howard First Meeting Illinois 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 Iona 3 1-2 1-0 0-1 0-1 Iowa State 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 Jacksonville 8 1-7 1-3 0-4 0-0 Jacksonville State 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 James Madison 77 34-43 20-14 12-20 2-9 John Carroll 1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 Johns Hopkins 2 1-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 Kansas State 1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 Kentucky 1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 Lafayette 7 4-3 2-0 2-0 0-3 La Salle 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 Lebanon Valley 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 Lehigh 4 3-1 1-0 1-1 1-0 Lenior-Rhyne 2 2-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 Liberty 3 1-2 1-0 0-2 0-0 Lock Haven 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 Longwood 3 3-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 Louisiana Tech 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 Louisville 2 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 Loyola (Chicago) 2 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 Loyola (La.) 3 1-2 0-1 1-1 0-0 Loyola (Md.) 8 4-4 2-1 2-3 0-0 Lynchburg 10 8-2 2-0 0-1 0-0 Maine 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 Manhattan 4 2-2 1-1 1-1 0-0 Marshall 1 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 UMBC 2 1-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 Maryland 31 9-22 4-4 4-17 0-0 Marymount 2 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 Massachusetts 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 Memphis State 1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 Mercer First Meeting Merchant Marine Acad. 1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 Miami (Fla.) 1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 Miami (Ohio) 4 0-4 0-1 0-2 0-1 Millersville 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 Milligan College 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 Montana 1 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Montreat College 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 Morgan State 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 Muhlenberg 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 Murray State 2 2-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 Navy 59 19-40 10-9 7-29 2-2 UNLV 1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 New Hampshire 2 2-0 0-0 0-0 2-0

Meetings Pct. First Last .413 1920-21 11/29/03 .400 1925-26 11/10/07 .000 1932-33 12/27/85 .625 11/14/06 2/6/10 .143 12/6/61 12/29/87 .750 1923-24 1933-34 .783 1910-11 11/24/90 .643 12/20/95 11/25/09 1.000 11/19/04 11/19/04 .500 12/31/08 11/15/09 1.000 12/2/74 12/20/08 .000 12/27/76 11/26/99 .333 1925-26 11/20/01 .333 1/19/02 1/16/10 .000 1/4/93 11/25/06 1.000 11/25/07 11/25/07 .000 12/28/76 12/28/76 .333 2/14/74 12/28/84 .000 12/27/79 12/27/79 .125 12/20/65 12/26/79 1.000 12/1/06 12/1/06 .442 2/11/78 3/6/10 .000 12/16/49 12/16/49 .500 1928-29 12/1/79 .000 11/11/06 11/11/06 .000 12/22/04 12/22/04 .571 12/27/56 12/29/90 .000 3/9/49 3/9/49 1.000 1/9/82 1/9/82 .750 12/28/62 1/4/92 1.000 1922-23 1931-32 .333 11/26/02 11/29/08 1.000 12/3/82 12/3/82 1.000 12/1/04 12/2/09 .000 1958-59 1958-59 .000 12/20/50 1/14/52 .000 2/23/08 12/2/08 .333 1/6/68 11/25/95 .500 1961-62 11/26/94 .800 1913-14 1932-33 1.000 11/18/05 11/18/05 .500 1/4/89 11/21/09 1.000 12/19/50 12/19/50 .500 12/17/05 12/22/06 .290 12/20/28 12/30/09 1.000 2/3/92 11/29/95 .000 12/29/67 12/29/67 .000 1961-62 1961-62 .000 1946-47 1946-47 .000 2/2/66 2/2/66 .000 12/20/40 11/30/87 1.000 1/6/81 1/6/81 1.000 1948-49 1948-49 1.000 12/10/77 12/10/77 1.000 12/22/07 12/22/07 1.000 12/22/03 12/22/03 1.000 1/3/79 1/3/79 1.000 1957-58 1958-59 .322 12/17/27 11/22/08. .000 2/11/95 2/11/95 1.000 12/29/84 12/28/93

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Meetings Pct. First Last .000 12/21/63 12/29/64 1.000 12/29/97 12/29/97 .000 12/28/61 11/16/01 .000 12/29/95 12/29/95 .524 1948-49 2/24/10 .000 12/29/86 12/29/86 .000 1/3/55 12/29/99 1.000 12/19/09 12/19/09 .000 1941-42 12/30/87 .372 1905-06 1/5/04 .255 11/25/77 1/20/10 .655 1914-15 12/20/07 .350 1916-17 12/27/05 1.000 1/16/79 12/19/92 .750 12/14/74 11/20/07 .267 1911-12 11/28/09 1.000 1/10/76 11/20/99 .509 1917-18 11/28/01 1.000 1947-48 1947-48 .200 3/1/51 12/7/82 .000 12/28/97 12/28/97 .000 1/10/00 11/25/00 .500 12/20/99 11/29/00 .000 1940-41 3/7/49

HISTORY

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Opponent G Overall H A N UTEP 2 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-1 Texas Southern 1 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 Texas Tech 2 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-0 Toledo 1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 Towson 21 11-10 8-2 2-7 0-1 Tulsa 1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 Vanderbilt 4 0-4 0-0 0-4 0-0 Vasser 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 Villanova 5 0-5 0-1 0-3 0-1 Virginia 78 29-49 17-14 8-32 2-2 VCU 47 12-35 7-13 3-20 2-1 VMI 116 76-40 41-11 30-24 3-0 Virginia Tech 117 41-76 25-26 11-45 4-4 Virginia Wesleyan 6 6-0 6-0 0-0 0-0 Wagner 4 3-1 3-0 0-1 0-0 Wake Forest 45 12-33 5-12 3-13 2-2 Washington College 2 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 Washington & Lee 53 27-26 17-7 10-17 0-0 Western Carolina First Meeting Western Maryland 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 West Virginia 45 9-36 6-6 1-23 2-7 Wichita State 1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 Winthrop 2 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 Wofford 2 1-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 Xavier 2 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-0

Record vs. Opponents

Meetings G Overall H A N Pct. First Last 2 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-0 .000 12/28/92 12/29/00 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 .000 12/28/66 12/28/66 1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 .000 12/20/94 12/20/94 City College of New York 1 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1.000 12/28/72 12/28/72 New York Univ. 1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 .000 1951-52 1951-52 Norfolk State 2 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 1.000 12/1/82 11/19/09 North Carolina 21 3-18 2-5 0-10 1-0 .143 1911-12 3/16/10 UNC Greensboro 10 6-4 3-2 3-2 0-0 .600 12/4/91 12/21/05 North Carolina St. 28 5-23 2-6 2-15 0-1 .179 1931-32 11/15/07 NC Wesleyan 5 5-0 5-0 0-0 0-0 1.000 12/22/79 11/25/83 UNC Wilmington 55 19-36 9-18 10-17 0-1 .345 1/4/84 2/27/10 North Florida 2 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1.000 12/8/06 12/7/07 North Texas 1 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1.000 1958-59 1958-59 Northeastern 8 5-3 4-0 0-3 1-0 .625 2/2/06 3/7/10 Northern Iowa 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 .000 11/17/01 11/17/01 Northwestern 2 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 .500 12/29/89 12/29/92 Notre Dame 1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 .000 12/30/82 12/30/82 Ohio 1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 .000 11/16/08 11/16/08 Old Dominion 78 16-62 10-27 5-29 1-6 .205 2/11/69 3/8/10 Oral Roberts 1 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1.000 11/28/99 11/28/99 Pace 2 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 1.000 11/30/74 11/29/80 Pennsylvania 2 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-0 .000 12/19/47 12/4/57 Penn State 1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 .000 11/14/08 11/14/08 Pensacola 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1.000 1949-50 1949-50 Pittsburgh 13 5-8 4-1 1-7 0-0 .385 1951-52 1/3/04 Portland 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 .000 12/22/91 12/22/91 Pratt 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1.000 2/19/76 2/19/76 Princeton 3 0-3 0-1 0-2 0-0 .000 1929-30 1/26/77 Providence 1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 .000 12/20/73 12/20/73 Purdue 1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 .000 11/30/01 11/30/01 Queens 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-01 1.000 1/20/77 1/20/77 Radford 6 4-2 3-1 1-1 0-0 .667 12/3/77 12/22/09 Randolph-Macon 62 40-22 10-2 10-1 0-0 .645 1907-08 1951-52 Rhode Island 2 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 .500 12/28/55 12/28/90 Rice 2 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 .000 1/6/71 12/22/71 Richmond 195 97-98 55-30 34-62 3-3 .497 1912-13 11/19/09 Rider 1 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1.000 1948-49 1948-49 Roanoke 28 20-8 8-1 7-5 0-0 .714 1916-17 12/29/79 Robert Morris 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1.000 1980-81 1980-81 Rollins 1 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1.000 12/29/77 12/29/77 Rutgers 5 0-5 0-2 0-3 0-0 .000 2/10/73 1/10/78 St. Andrew’s 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1.000 11/24/89 11/24/89 St. Francis (N.Y.) 2 2-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 1.000 1939-40 11/28/03 St. Francis (Pa.) 2 1-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 .500 2/17/66 12/6/66 St. John’s 6 2-4 0-0 0-2 1-1 .333 1925-26 12/12/59 St. Joseph’s 2 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-1 .000 2/13/39 11/26/77 St. Mary’s 3 3-0 3-0 0-0 0-0 1.000 1/20/75 2/26/81 Samford 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 .000 12/27/93 12/27/93 Santa Clara 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 .000 12/21/98 12/21/98 Seton Hall 8 2-6 0-0 2-5 0-1 .250 1/6/40 12/30/55 Shenandoah 1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1.000 12/22/92 12/22/92 Siena 2 1-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 .500 1949-50 1/7/95 South Carolina 4 1-3 1-1 0-2 0-0 .250 2/22/78 2/14/81 South Carolina St. 1 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1.000 11/28/08 11/28/08 SMU 1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 .000 12/17/91 12/17/91 Stanford 1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 .000 12/4/87 12/4/87 Stetson 5 3-2 1-0 0-2 2-0 .600 12/29/71 11/15/97 Steven’s Tech 4 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 .500 1924-25 1927-28 Syracuse First Meeting Temple 5 2-3 1-1 0-0 1-2 .400 12/29/76 12/11/82 Tennessee 6 2-4 0-0 2-4 0-0 .333 12/6/54 12/5/60 Texas 2 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-2 .000 12/29/61 12/5/87 TCU 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 .000 12/30/64 12/30/64 Opponent New Mexico New Mexico State New Orleans

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COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY AIR FORCE

1/31/01 WILLIAMSBURG 1-CAA Tournament

HISTORY

Opponent Series History

Overall Series: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Colorado Springs: None Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) 12/28/68 1-Greenville, NC W 12/30/95 2-Toledo, OH W 1-East Carolina Classic; 2-MVP Classic

74-71 64-60

53-49 74-62

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Birmingham: None Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) 55-57

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Anchorage: None Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) 85-91

ALBRIGHT

W W

73-54 78-49

AMERICAN

Overall Series: W&M trails, 11-34 (.244) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 9-11 (.450) In Washington, DC: W&M trails, 1-19 (.050) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 1-4 (.200) 1946-47 1/21/78 2/10/79 1/14/80 2/2/81 2/2/82 1/28/85 2/18/85 1/27/86 2/24/86 1/26/87 2/23/87 1/9/88 2/6/88 3/5/88 1/14/89 2/8/89 1/6/90 2/3/90 1/16/91 2/13/91 3/4/91 1/11/92 2/8/92 1/9/93 2/6/93 3/6/93 1/24/94 2/19/94 1/14/95 2/15/95 1/13/96 2/10/96 2/10/97 2/22/97 1/7/98 1/31/98 2/27/98 1/13/99 1/27/99 2/25/99 2/7/00 2/26/00 12/9/00

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Overall Series: W&M leads, 5-1 (.833) In Williamsburg: W&M lead, 3-0 (1.000) In Boone: W&M leads, 2-1 (.667) Neutral Sites: None 12/11/72 12/1/73 2/8/75 11/29/75 12/11/76 1/8/77

Boone, NC W WILLIAMSBURG W Boone, NC W WILLIAMSBURG W Boone, NC L WILLIAMSBURG W

73-71 100-63 69-59 68-48 59-68 68-63

Overall Series: W&M leads, 8-1 (.889) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 5-0 (1.000) In Newport News: W&M leads, 3-1 (.750) Neutral Sites: None 1934-35 1934-35 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1942-43 1943-44 1943-44

WILLIAMSBURG W Newport News, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W Newport News, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W Newport News, VA L WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W Newport News, VA W

WILLIAMSBURG W 48-44 WILLIAMSBURG L 67-73 Washington, DC L 45-61 WILLIAMSBURG L 72-82 Washington, DC L 54-69 Washington, DC L 64-65 (ot) Washington, DC L 62-64 WILLIAMSBURG W 89-61 WILLIAMSBURG W 76-63 Washington, DC L 64-70 Washington, DC L 56-83 WILLIAMSBURG L 69-70 WILLIAMSBURG L 72-86 Washington, DC L 75-77 (ot) 1-Hampton, VA W 76-75 Washington, DC L 72-90 WILLIAMSBURG L 58-86 WILLIAMSBURG L 64-79 Washington, DC L 73-85 Washington, DC L 70-87 WILLIAMSBURG L 70-75 1-Richmond, VA L 57-70 WILLIAMSBURG W 70-66 Washington, DC L 69-84 Washington, DC L 71-76 WILLIAMSBURG L 77-82 1-Richmond, VA L 72-78 Washington, DC L 84-89 WILLIAMSBURG L 57-65 Washington, DC W 70-69 WILLIAMSBURG W 86-82 WILLIAMSBURG L 80-91 Washington, DC L 66-100 WILLIAMSBURG W 64-55 Washington, DC L 67-85 WILLIAMSBURG W 69-56 Washington, DC L 56-61 1-Richmond, VA L 66-71 Washington, DC L 64-75 WILLIAMSBURG L 65-68 1-Richmond, VA L 61-67 Washington, DC L 62-77 WILLIAMSBURG W 70-60 Washington, DC L 50-54

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Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Jonesboro: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: None W

73-71 (ot)

ARMY

Overall Series: Tie, 2-2 (.500) In Williamsburg: Tie, 1-1 (.500) In West Point: Tie, 1-1 (.500) Neutral Sites: None 12/7/88 12/5/89 11/29/90 1/7/92

WILLIAMSBURG L West Point, NY L WILLIAMSBURG W West Point, NY W

66-78 59-70 73-71 49-43

AUBURN

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Auburn: None Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) 12/29/81 1-Durham, NC 1-Iron Classic

W

58-48

Overall Series: W&M leads, 2-1 (.667) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Baltimore: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Chestnut Hill: None Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) 53-66

Overall Series: W&M trails, 1-2 (.333) In Williamsburg: None In Boston: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) 2/25/47 Boston, MA L 1947-48 Boston, MA L 12/28/54 1-Richmond, VA W 1-UR Invitational

45-62 61-71 84-74

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Bowling Green: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 1949-50 Bowling Green, OH L

96-28 70-79 67-52

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Waco: None Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000)

36-59 68-79

8-57 19-65 24-17 24-36 24-16 88-66 36-29 78-59

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Hackettstown: None Neutral Sites: None WILLIAMSBURG

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Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Orlando: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 1/2/89

Orlando, FL L

65-69

Overall Series: W&M leads, 4-1 (.800) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Charleston: Tied, 1-1 (.500) Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) 38-21 43-20 35-19 39-13 51-24 30-27 33-25 37-31 49-29 47-20 51-13 73-57

1949-50 1-Cincinnati, OH W 12/22/50 Charleston, WV W 1951-52 WILLIAMSBURG W 1958-59 Charleston, WV L 1959-60 WILLIAMSBURG W 1-Cincinnati Invitational (Cincinnati Gardens)

68-59 55-54 94-46 67-75 95-82

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN

Overall Series: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Charleston: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: None 11/24/01 Charleston, SC 1/2/03 WILLIAMSBURG

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Fullerton: None Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000)

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71-60 72-66

CHARLOTTE 67-62

UCLA

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Charlotte: None Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) 12/21/91 [24] 1-Kauai, HI L 1-Kauai Classic

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Los Angeles: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000)

75-83

CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT 71-90 55-59

UC SANTA BARBARA

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Santa Barbara: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: None W

Unknown L Washington, DC L Unknown W Unknown L Washington, DC W WILLIAMSBURG W Washington, DC W WILLIAMSBURG W

CHARLESTON (WV)

CAL STATE FULLERTON

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1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1927-28 1928-29 2/2/80 1/19/81 12/2/96

CENTRAL FLORIDA

Overall Series: W&M leads, 12-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 4-0 (1.000) In Bridgewater: W&M leads, 3-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: None W W W W W W W W W W W W

75-59 50-71 89-70 64-61 82-80 82-67 62-75 93-79

CATHOLIC

1/17/98

BRIDGEWATER

12/22/76 Santa Barbara, CA

68-81

58-74

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Peoria: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000)

Unknown Unknown Unknown Bridgewater, VA Unknown Bridgewater, VA Unknown WILLIAMSBURG WILLIAMSBURG Bridgewater, VA WILLIAMSBURG WILLIAMSBURG

WILLIAMSBURG W Fayetteville, NC L WILLIAMSBURG W Buies Creek, NC W Buies Creek, NC W WILLIAMSBURG W Buies Creek, NC L WILLIAMSBURG W

CENTENARY (NJ)

BRADLEY

1921-22 1924-25 1928-29 1929-30 1929-30 1930-31 1930-31 1931-32 1931-32 1932-33 1932-33 12/1/86

1/2/93 1/10/94 12/22/99 2/12/01 12/30/02 12/30/03 11/23/04 11/26/05

Overall Series: W&M leads, 5-3 (.625) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Washington: W&M leads, 2-1 (.667) Neutral Sites: None

BOSTON UNIVERSITY

12/29/70 [1] 1-Pittsburgh, PA L 12/23/76 [8] Los Angeles, CA L 1-Steel Bowl

BAYLOR

12/26/68 1-Greenville, NC L 1-East Carolina Classic

101-48

BOSTON COLLEGE

12/9/77 1-Provo, UT 1-Cougar Classic

BALTIMORE

1/11/49 WILLIAMSBURG W 12/14/73 Baltimore, MD L 2/10/75 WILLIAMSBURG W

W

1940-41 Peoria, IL L 12/21/94 1-New Orleans, LA L 1-UNO Classic

ARKANSAS STATE

12/20/63 1-Jonesboro, AR 1-Arkansas State Tournament

WILLIAMSBURG

Overall Series: W&M leads, 6-2 (.750) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 4-0 (1.000) In Buies Creek: W&M leads, 2-1 (.667) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000)

BOWLING GREEN 35-11 34-31 50-37 47-33 67-49 46-60 45-41 46-40 55-52

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Tempe: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 12/27/96 1-Tempe, AZ L 1-Arizona State Tournament

CAMPBELL

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Bluefield: None Neutral Sites: None

12/15/62 1-Pittsburgh, PA L 1-Steel Bowl

ARIZONA STATE

Overall Series: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Reading: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: None 1948-49 Reading, PA 11/21/98 WILLIAMSBURG

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APPRENTICE SCHOOL

ALASKA-ANCHORAGE

12/30/89 1-Nashville, TN L 1-Vanderbilt Tournament

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BLUEFIELD

2/14/80

APPALACHIAN STATE

UAB

12/28/96 1-Tempe, AZ L 1-Arizona State Tournament

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Springfield: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: None 1947-48 Springfield, MA

Overall Series: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Akron: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) W W

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AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL

AKRON

1949-50 Akron, OH 12/2/01 1-West Lafayette, IN 1-Boilermaker Invitational

W

78-65

Overall Series: W&M leads, 13-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 13-0 (1.000) In Newport News: None Neutral Sites: None 11/29/76 11/28/77 11/27/78 12/3/79 12/1/80 11/30/81 11/29/82 12/22/84 12/20/85 12/20/86 12/19/87 12/22/88 12/22/89

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2010 NIT PARTICIPANT COLORADO STATE

3/17/50 1-Cincinnati, OH L 44-80 12/21/50 [17] Cincinnati, OH L 60-89 12/19/51 Cincinnati, OH L 61-71 2/29/52 WILLIAMSBURG L 76-82 1/31/72 WILLIAMSBURG L 52-65 1/27/73 Cincinnati, OH L 68-110 1-Cincinnati Invitational (Cincinnati Gardens)

12/28/85 1-Chattanooga, TN 1-Krystal Classic

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-6 (.000) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) In Cincinnati: W&M trails, 0-4 (.000) Neutral Sites: None

THE CITADEL

W

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Storrs: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) Neutral Sites: None

WILLIAMSBURG W Clemson, SC W Clemson, SC L WILLIAMSBURG L

60-40 54-28 71-81 72-75

COLBY

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Waterville: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: None 12/6/49

Waterville, ME

W

69-53

78-93 75-63

CONNECTICUT

12/28/67 1-Storrs, CT L 11/13/09 [12] Storrs, CT L 1-Basketball Classic

49-51 66-75

CORNELL

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Ithaca: None Neutral Sites: None 12/2/06 1-WILLIAMSBURG 1 - W&M Tip-off Classic

W

DELAWARE VALLEY

73-68 (OT)

DAVIDSON

Overall Series: W&M leads, 27-21 (.563) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 14-5 (.737) In Davidson: W&M leads, 10-8 (.556) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 3-8 (.273) 1933-34 1938-39 1948-49 12/16/50 1955-56 1955-56 12/29/56 1/5/57 2/2/57 1957-58 1957-58 1958-59 1958-59 1959-60 1959-60 1960-61 1960-61 1961-62 1961-62 1/2/63 1/30/63 2/4/64 1/2/65 1/1/66 2/14/67 3/3/67 12/15/67 2/29/68 2/3/70 1969-70 1/2/71 1/1/72 1/3/73 1972-73 1/21/74 12/17/74 1974-75 2/14/76 1/31/77 2/12/77 1/25/78 2/8/79 12/30/81 2/11/89 11/27/89 11/27/90 12/2/92 12/30/00

WILLIAMSBURG W 31-19 WILLIAMSBURG L 35-55 1-Durham, NC W 54-50 WILLIAMSBURG W 65-49 Davidson, NC W 85-75 WILLIAMSBURG W 77-67 2-Richmond, VA W 72-63 Davidson, NC W 80-67 WILLIAMSBURG L 77-86 WILLIAMSBURG W 75-61 Davidson, NC W 72-53 WILLIAMSBURG W 72-56 Davidson, NC W 59-57 WILLIAMSBURG W 72-64 Davidson, NC W 73-65 WILLIAMSBURG W 54-49 Davidson, NC L 45-54 Davidson, NC L 47-62 WILLIAMSBURG L 54-61 Davidson, NC L 70-73 (ot) WILLIAMSBURG W 70-63 [5] Norfolk, VA L 84-111 Charlotte, NC L 57-77 Charlotte, NC L 59-90 Davidson, NC W 74-71 1-Charlotte, NC L 65-78 [8] Davidson, NC L 75-81 1-Charlotte, NC L 68-107 [15] Davidson, NC L 87-93 [11] 1-Charlotte, NC L 54-78 WILLIAMSBURG L 49-66 Davidson, NC L 68-81 WILLIAMSBURG L 88-102 1-Richmond, VA L 73-76 Davidson, NC L 65-73 WILLIAMSBURG W 76-75 1-WILLIAMSBURG W 78-64 Davidson, NC W 75-73 Davidson, NC L 52-69 WILLIAMSBURG W 68-60 Davidson, NC W 65-56 WILLIAMSBURG W 68-62 (2ot) 3-Durham, N.C. W 46-44 Davidson, NC W 88-69 WILLIAMSBURG W 80-79 Davidson, NC W 59-58 WILLIAMSBURG W 70-69 (ot) 4-Albuquerque, NM L 70-75

1-Southern Conference Tournament; 2-UR Invitational; 3-Iron Classic; 4-Lobo Invitational

2010-11 TRIBE Basketball

1915-16 Unknown L 33-37 12/18/29 Newark, DE W 38-22 12/27/68 1-Greenville, NC W 82-76 3/2/83 Newark, DE W 70-58 1/30/84 WILLIAMSBURG W 68-65 1/30/85 WILLIAMSBURG W 72-61 1/7/88 Newark, DE L 69-77 12/10/88 WILLIAMSBURG L 63-81 12/2/89 Newark, DE L 56-72 1/5/02 WILLIAMSBURG W 59-53 2/20/02 Newark, DE L 72-82 1/8/03 WILLIAMSBURG L 72-74 2/1/03 Newark, DE L 57-91 1/21/04 Newark, DE L 82-93 (ot) 2/11/04 WILLIAMSBURG L 68-73 1/8/05 WILLIAMSBURG L 59-69 2/5/05 Newark, DE L 47-76 2/15/06 WILLIAMSBURG L 52-57 (ot) 1/13/07 Newark, DE L 62-77 1/2/08 WILLIAMSBURG L 51-58 1/17/09 Newark, DE L 62-71 1/6/10 Newark, DE W 74-73 (ot) 2/10/10 WILLIAMSBURG W 67-54 1-East Carolina Classic Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Dover: None Neutral Sites: None 11/25/78 WILLIAMSBURG

W

86-64

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Detroit: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 65-80

DICKENSON

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Dickenson: None Neutral Sites: None 12/11/75 WILLIAMSBURG

W

61-56

DREXEL

Overall Series: W&M trails, 8-15 (.348) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 6-5 (.545) In Philadelphia: W&M trails, 2-9 (.182) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) 1/23/84 Philadelphia, PA L 59-60 12/1/84 WILLIAMSBURG W 81-65 11/30/85 WILLIAMSBURG W 57-52 12/30/86 1-Tulsa, OK L 58-60 2/19/87 Philadelphia, PA L 76-82 1/7/02 WILLIAMSBURG L 56-58 1/30/02 Philadelphia, PA L 61-78 1/15/03 Philadelphia, PA L 51-67 2/22/03 WILLIAMSBURG L 62-78 1/17/04 WILLIAMSBURG L 76-80 2/7/04 Philadelphia, PA L 72-83 1/15/05 Philadelphia, PA L 65-91 2/2/05 WILLIAMSBURG L 48-60 1/5/06 WILLIAMSBURG L 46-57 2/23/06 Philadelphia, PA L 56-61 2/14/07 WILLIAMSBURG W 60-47 2/21/07 Philadelphia, PA L 57-64 1/23/08 Philadelphia, PA W 73-72 (OT) 2/20/08 WILLIAMSBURG W 57-50 1/24/09 Philadelphia, PA L 49-62 2/28/09 WILLIAMSBURG W 48-47 1/9/10 Philadelphia, PA W 73-48 1/31/10 WILLIAMSBURG W 54-51 1-First Tulsa Classic

DUKE

Overall Series: W&M leads, 3-27 (.100) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 2-5 (.286) In Durham: W&M trails, 0-16 (.000) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-4 (.000) 1911-12 2/5/25 2/11/25 1/9/32 1940-41

Unknown L Unknown W Unknown L Durham, NC L 1-Raleigh, NC L

DUQUESNE

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Pittsburgh: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 12/11/59 1-Pittsburgh, PA L 12/30/70 1-Pittsburgh, PA L 1-Steel Bowl

DETROIT

12/28/65 1-Detroit, MI L 1-Motor City Tournament

2/24/44 1-Raleigh, NC L 25-68 2/23/45 1-Raleigh, NC L 32-59 2/3/47 Durham, NC L 45-69 2/5/48 WILLIAMSBURG L 36-45 3/3/50 1-Durham, NC L 50-60 1/15/51 WILLIAMSBURG W 74-57 2/6/51 Durham, NC L 54-61 3/3/51 1-Raleigh, NC L 69-71 2/7/52 Durham, NC L 62-68 2/19/53 [18] WILLIAMSBURG W 85-82 (ot) 12/12/53 Durham, NC L 44-109 12/13/69 Durham, NC L 77-84 2/12/72 Durham, NC L 69-87 12/2/72 Durham, NC L 74-98 12/3/73 WILLIAMSBURG L 74-93 2/2/83 Durham, NC L 71-73 11/30/83 WILLIAMSBURG L 68-70 11/28/84 Durham, NC L 60-92 11/26/85 [6] WILLIAMSBURG L 61-84 1/5/87 [20] Durham, NC L 46-82 1/4/88 [9] Durham, NC L 70-101 1/11/89 [1] Durham, NC L 38-101 1/22/90 [8] WILLIAMSBURG L 76-109 12/30/91 [1] Durham, NC L 61-97 1/2/00 [9] Durham, NC L 55-96 1-Southern Conference Tournament

16-53 23-15 16-21 20-28 42-57

52-53 54-79

EAST CAROLINA

Overall Series: W&M leads, 42-37 (.532) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 26-13 (.667) In Greenville: W&M trails, 11-23 (.343) Neutral Sites: W&M lead, 5-1 (.833) 12/15/61 2/11/63 1/13/64 12/5/64 1/31/65 2/5/66 12/13/66 1/30/67 1/10/68 2/10/68 12/11/68 1/11/69 2/27/69 2/7/70 2/18/70 1/23/71 2/20/71 1/22/72 2/19/72 1/20/73 2/17/73 1/19/74 2/9/74 2/27/74 1/18/75 2/15/75 3/5/75 1/17/76 2/3/76 1/18/77 2/10/77 2/26/77 1/7/78 1/17/78 12/2/78 1/30/79 1/6/82 2/27/82 1/12/83 2/9/83 3/10/83 1/14/84 2/11/84 3/8/84 1/12/85 2/9/85 1/13/86 2/10/86 1/12/87 2/7/87 1/27/88 2/24/88 1/7/89 2/1/89 1/20/90

HISTORY

1939-40 Charleston, SC L 35-36 1944-45 1-Raleigh, NC W 54-41 12/6/47 Charleston, SC W 64-41 1947-48 WILLIAMSBURG W 50-34 2/18/49 WILLIAMSBURG W 57-39 11/30/56 WILLIAMSBURG W 87-74 12/3/56 WILLIAMSBURG W 82-74 1957-58 Charleston, SC L 60-75 1957-58 Charleston, SC L 63-85 1959-60 WILLIAMSBURG W 79-65 1960-61 WILLIAMSBURG L 63-64 (ot) 1961-62 Charleston, SC L 76-83 1961-62 WILLIAMSBURG W 71-58 1/8/63 WILLIAMSBURG W 83-69 2/2/63 Charleston, SC W 82-69 1/6/64 Charleston, SC L 60-63 2/1/64 WILLIAMSBURG L 67-80 1/5/65 WILLIAMSBURG L 64-70 2/3/65 Charleston, SC W 79-70 2/25/65 1-Charlotte, NC W 68-60 1/29/66 Charleston, SC W 70-65 2/7/66 WILLIAMSBURG W 59-46 1/28/67 Charleston, SC L 77-85 2/4/67 WILLIAMSBURG W 91-57 2/3/68 WILLIAMSBURG L 75-84 2/21/68 Charleston, SC L 73-84 1/9/69 WILLIAMSBURG (BG) W 73-56 2/3/69 Charleston, SC L 61-95 1/31/70 Charleston, SC W 65-60 2/12/70 WILLIAMSBURG W 79-74 12/12/70 Charleston, SC L 67-71 1/4/71 WILLIAMSBURG W 59-54 12/11/71 WILLIAMSBURG W 74-67 1/3/72 Charleston, SC L 59-68 12/9/72 Charleston, SC L 73-82 2/6/73 WILLIAMSBURG W 83-74 1972-73 1-Richmond, VA W 97-72 12/8/73 Charleston, SC L 65-88 2/4/74 WILLIAMSBURG W 64-57 12/7/74 Charleston, SC W 82-73 2/3/75 WILLIAMSBURG W 81-53 12/6/75 WILLIAMSBURG W 70-61 2/16/76 Charleston, SC L 62-64 12/4/76 WILLIAMSBURG W 94-61 1/24/77 Charleston, SC W 61-53 12/5/92 WILLIAMSBURG W 72-68 (ot) 12/4/93 Charleston, SC L 73-78 11/29/94 WILLIAMSBURG L 64-66 11/30/96 WILLIAMSBURG L 71-78 12/2/98 Charleston, SC L 59-62 (ot) 12/2/00 WILLIAMSBURG W 65-62 11/26/01 Charleston, SC L 62-67 1-Southern Conference Tournament Overall Series: Tied, 2-2 (.500) In Williamsburg: Tied, 1-1 (.500) In Clemson: Tied, 1-1 (.500) Neutral Sites: None

61-39

Overall Series: Tied, 1-1 (.500) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In New York: None Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) 12/28/56 1-Richmond, VA L 12/30/74 WILLIAMSBURG W 1-UR Invitational

CLEMSON

Overall Series: W&M trails, 8-14 (.364) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 4-6 (.400) In Newark: W&M trails, 3-8 (.273) Neutral Sites: W&M lead, 1-0 (1.000)

COLUMBIA

Overall Series: W&M leads, 30-22 (.577) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 20-6 (.769) In Charleston: W&M trails, 7-16 (.269) Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 3-0 (1.000)

1940-41 1941-42 1952-53 1953-54

DELAWARE

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Fort Collins: None Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000)

Opponent Series History

CINCINNATI

WILLIAMSBURG W 81-60 WILLIAMSBURG W 81-65 WILLIAMSBURG W 64-47 WILLIAMSBURG W 86-72 Norfolk, VA W 61-58 Fort Eustis W 57-51 WILLIAMSBURG W 82-63 Greenville, NC W 84-72 WILLIAMSBURG L 70-71 Greenville, NC L 75-99 WILLIAMSBURG (BG) L 66-77 Greenville, NC L 61-87 1-Charlotte, NC L 35-48 WILLIAMSBURG L 88-98 Greenville, NC L 83-96 WILLIAMSBURG W 74-65 Greenville, NC L 56-65 Greenville, NC L 71-79 WILLIAMSBURG W 67-64 Greenville, NC L 68-73 WILLIAMSBURG W 80-69 WILLIAMSBURG L 67-70 Greenville, NC L 63-93 1-Richmond, VA W 75-67 (2ot) Greenville, NC L 62-66 WILLIAMSBURG L 66-68 1-Greenville, SC W 69-66 WILLIAMSBURG W 65-58 Greenville, NC W 56-54 WILLIAMSBURG W 79-43 Greenville, NC W 70-66 1-WILLIAMSBURG L 76-79 WILLIAMSBURG L 56-58 Greenville, NC W 77-76 WILLIAMSBURG W 60-54 Greenville, NC L 59-61 (2ot) Greenville, NC L 58-61 WILLIAMSBURG W 80-61 Greenville, NC W 72-51 WILLIAMSBURG W 70-54 2-Richmond, VA W 48-45 WILLIAMSBURG W 64-48 Greenville, NC W 67-52 2-Harrisonburg, VA W 47-32 Greenville, NC W 67-53 WILLIAMSBURG W 80-71 WILLIAMSBURG L 52-54 Greenville, NC L 47-52 Greenville, NC L 52-56 WILLIAMSBURG W 69-65 Greenville, NC W 70-63 WILLIAMSBURG W 88-62 WILLIAMSBURG L 59-75 Greenville, NC L 68-73 Greenville, NC L 64-72

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Opponent Series History

COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY 2/17/90 WILLIAMSBURG W 74-71 1/19/91 WILLIAMSBURG W 74-62 2/16/91 Greenville, NC W 64-56 1/29/92 WILLIAMSBURG L 59-66 2/26/92 Greenville, NC L 75-79 1/27/93 Greenville, NC W 81-65 2/24/93 WILLIAMSBURG L 53-74 1/19/94 WILLIAMSBURG W 86-82 2/14/94 Greenville, NC L 63-80 1/9/95 WILLIAMSBURG W 80-73 2/18/95 Greenville, NC L 53-85 1/29/96 WILLIAMSBURG L 65-71 2/14/96 Greenville, NC L 78-88 1/2/97 Greenville, NC L 58-77 2/24/97 WILLIAMSBURG L 58-59 1/10/98 Greenville, NC W 72-63 2/18/98 WILLIAMSBURG W 74-69 1/16/99 WILLIAMSBURG W 69-66 1/30/99 Greenville, NC L 56-61 1/8/00 Greenville, NC L 62-83 2/9/00 WILLIAMSBURG W 65-55 1/3/01 Greenville, NC L 64-82 2/24/01 WILLIAMSBURG W 63-60 11/30/02 Greenville, NC L 51-66 1-Southern Conference Tournament; 2-ECAC South Tournament

EVANSVILLE

EAST TENNESSEE STATE

1/31/66 12/9/66 2/3/72

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Johnson City: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: None 12/28/63 1-Johnson City, TN 1-Watauga Invitational

W

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Willimantic: None Neutral Sites: None WILLIAMSBURG

W

75-55

Overall Series: Tied, 1-1 (.500) In Williamsburg: None In Richmond: None Neutral Sites: Tied, 1-1 (.500)

12/27/63 1-Johnson City, TN L 55-61 (ot) 12/27/65 2-Detroit, MI W 76-64 1-Watauga Invitational; 2-Motor City Tournament

ELIZABETHTOWN

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Elizabethtown: None Neutral Sites: None W

101-54

ELON

Overall Series: W&M leads, 5-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Elon: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) 1923-24 Elon, NC 1924-25 Unknown 1924-25 Unknown 1927-28 Unknown 12/22/98 1-Stanford, CA 1-Stanford Invitational

W W W W W

25-10 27-16 27-16 36-28 101-69

EMORY AND HENRY

Overall Series: W&M leads, 5-4 (.556) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 2-1 (.667) In Emory: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1933-34

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Unknown L Unknown W Unknown L Unknown W Unknown W WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W Emory, VA L WILLIAMSBURG L

1957-58 Evansville, IN L 12/27/66 1-Evansville, IN W 1-Evansville Invitational

65-83 74-72

57-77 45-61 71-50

FLORIDA SOUTHERN

Overall Series: W&M leads, 3-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Lakeland: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: None Lakeland, FL WILLIAMSBURG WILLIAMSBURG

W W W

69-61 75-69 76-67

Overall Series: W&M trails, 1-3 (.250) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Bronx: W&M trails, 1-2 (.333) Neutral Sites: None

23-34 23-16 16-20 34-25 40-16 26-19 32-25 28-43 18-36

Bronx, NY L Bronx, NY W Bronx, NY L WILLIAMSBURG L

27-59 45-37 58-70 76-79

FURMAN

Overall Series: W&M leads, 26-24 (.520) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 14-6 (.700) In Greenville: W&M trails, 8-17 (.320) Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 4-1 (.800) 1/29/40 2/7/41 2/6/42 12/8/47 2/7/49 1/8/51 1/3/53 12/4/54 1/9/56 2/4/56 12/11/56 2/4/57 2/1/58 2/17/58 1/3/59 2/9/59 2/6/60 2/15/60 2/25/60 1/3/61 2/1/61 3/2/61 1/2/62 1/31/62 12/17/62 1/3/63 12/14/63 1/4/64 12/11/64 2/1/65 12/11/65 2/24/66 2/13/67 2/12/68 2/1/69 1/26/70 2/26/70 1/30/71 12/4/71 3/3/72 11/25/72 1/26/74 3/1/74 1/25/75 3/6/75 1/24/76 2/28/76 1/22/77 12/3/97 11/17/98

Greenville, SC W WILLIAMSBURG W Greenville, SC L Greenville, SC L WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W Greenville, SC L Greenville, SC W WILLIAMSBURG W Greenville, SC L Greenville, SC L WILLIAMSBURG L Greenville, SC L WILLIAMSBURG W Greenville, SC L WILLIAMSBURG L WILLIAMSBURG W Greenville, SC L 1-Richmond, VA W Greenville, SC L WILLIAMSBURG W 1-Richmond, VA W Greenville, SC L WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG L Greenville, NC W WILLIAMSBURG W Greenville, SC W WILLIAMSBURG L Greenville, SC W WILLIAMSBURG W 1-Charlotte, NC W Greenville, SC L WILLIAMSBURG W Greenville, SC L WILLIAMSBURG W 1-Charlotte, NC W Greenville, SC W Greenville, SC W 1-Greenville, SC L Greenville, SC L WILLIAMSBURG L 1-Richmond, VA L Greenville, SC L 1-Greenville, SC L WILLIAMSBURG W 1-WILLIAMSBURG W Greenville, SC L Greenville, SC W WILLIAMSBURG L

1921-22 Washington, DC

W

43-31

Overall Series: W&M trails, 27-35 (.435) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 16-14 (.533) In Fairfax: W&M trails, 11-18 (.379) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-3 (.000)

Overall Series: W&M trails, 1-2 (.333) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Bridgeport: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 12/22/73 Fairfield, CT L 2/17/07 1-Bridgeport, CT L 12/31/07 WILLIAMSBURG W 1-ESPNU BracketBusters

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Washington, D.C.: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: None

GEORGE MASON

FAIRFIELD

1941-42 1945-46 1/6/01 11/22/02

EASTERN KENTUCKY

11/27/81 WILLIAMSBURG

GALLAUDET

FORDHAM 69-55

EASTERN CONNECTICUT

12/1/75

1-Southern Conference Tournament

Overall Series: Tied, 1-1 (.500) In Williamsburg: None In Evansville: Tied, 1-1 (.500) Neutral Sites: None

47-37 64-32 35-37 50-51 73-60 65-37 78-85 103-101 92-81 85-109 66-69 78-80 73-89 87-46 70-78 70-71 101-68 73-92 82-74 56-78 65-57 86-84 (3ot) 76-77 79-67 55-56 70-68 67-60 66-60 64-65 (ot) 68-64 84-63 78-73 85-92 91-76 49-78 107-87 82-67 78-71 (ot) 110-91 74-93 90-112 80-97 55-70 58-75 55-66 80-68 70-57 83-88 (ot) 80-57 67-79

2/4/78 WILLIAMSBURG W 94-73 2/7/80 WILLIAMSBURG W 84-62 1/26/81 Fairfax, VA W 64-45 2/28/81 WILLIAMSBURG W 68-53 2/4/82 Fairfax, VA W 88-68 2/25/82 WILLIAMSBURG W 53-47 (ot) 1/8/83 Fairfax, VA W 47-46 2/26/83 WILLIAMSBURG W 79-72 1/25/84 WILLIAMSBURG W 91-79 2/25/84 Fairfax, VA L 57-64 1/23/85 Fairfax, VA W 63-62 2/23/85 WILLIAMSBURG W 74-73 (ot) 1/20/86 Fairfax, VA L 54-67 2/3/86 WILLIAMSBURG L 46-69 1/19/87 WILLIAMSBURG L 49-50 2/2/87 Fairfax, VA L 64-70 1/20/88 Fairfax, VA L 69-82 2/17/88 WILLIAMSBURG W 86-68 3/6/88 1-Hampton, VA L 76-95 1/25/89 WILLIAMSBURG L 50-69 2/22/89 Fairfax, VA L 64-91 3/4/89 1-Hampton, VA L 72-75 1/17/90 WILLIAMSBURG L 80-89 2/15/90 Fairfax, VA L 78-83 1/9/91 Fairfax, VA W 73-70 2/6/91 WILLIAMSBURG L 67-87 1/15/92 WILLIAMSBURG W 92-77 2/12/92 Fairfax, VA W 78-65 1/11/93 WILLIAMSBURG W 92-89 2/10/93 Fairfax, VA W 82-78 1/26/94 WILLIAMSBURG L 76-83 2/23/94 Fairfax, VA L 78-85 1/18/95 Fairfax, VA W 85-82 2/27/95 WILLIAMSBURG W 116-94 1/24/96 Fairfax, VA L 92-95 2/26/96 WILLIAMSBURG W 96-92 1/25/97 Fairfax, VA L 67-70 2/15/97 WILLIAMSBURG W 89-85 1/21/98 WILLIAMSBURG W 84-66 2/16/98 Fairfax, VA W 81-80 (ot) 1/2/99 Fairfax, VA L 67-78 2/10/99 WILLIAMSBURG L 70-82 1/5/00 WILLIAMSBURG W 85-82 (ot) 1/29/00 Fairfax, VA L 61-73 1/17/01 WILLIAMSBURG L 64-73 2/10/01 Fairfax, VA L 62-84 1/3/02 Fairfax, VA L 71-80 2/18/02 WILLIAMSBURG W 54-51 1/25/03 Fairfax, VA L 58-67 2/15/03 WILLIAMSBURG L 43-60 1/10/04 WILLIAMSBURG L 71-84 1/31/04 Fairfax, VA L 62-78 1/29/05 Fairfax, VA L 62-95 2/12/05 WILLIAMSBURG L 99-104 (2ot) 1/12/06 WILLIAMSBURG L 46-65 1/26/06 Fairfax, VA L 58-81 1/3/07 Fairfax, VA W 67-63 1/16/07 WILLIAMSBURG L 63-76 2/27/08 Fairfax, VA L 54-60 3/10/08 1-Richmond, VA L 59-68 1/14/09 WILLIAMSBURG W 57-61 2/16/10 Fairfax, VA W 63-60 1-CAA Tournament

GEORGE WASHINGTON

Washington, DC L Washington, DC W Unknown W Unknown L Unknown L Unknown L WILLIAMSBURG L 1-Raleigh, NC W WILLIAMSBURG W 1-Raleigh, NC L Unknown W Unknown L

GEORGETOWN

Overall Series: W&M trails, 4-6 (.400) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 2-1 (.667) In Washington: W&M trails, 1-5 (.167) Neutral Sites: None 1925-26 1926-27 1933-34 1948-49 3/6/51 2/8/69 12/9/69 12/7/70 1/27/72 11/10/06

Unknown W 26-25 Washington, DC L 17-40 Washington, DC L 29-40 WILLIAMSBURG W 69-58 Washington, DC W 75-64 Fort Eustis W 90-84 (2ot) Washington, DC L 82-87 WILLIAMSBURG L 71-88 Washington, DC L 79-85 (ot) [5] Washington, D.C. L 53-68

GEORGIA

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Athens: None Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) 1932-33 WILLIAMSBURG L 12/27/85 1-Chattanooga, TN L 1-Krystal Classic

32-33 44-77

GEORGIA STATE

Overall Series: W&M trails, 26-37 (.413) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 18-8 (.692) In Washington: W&M trails, 3-21 (.125) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 3-4 (.429) 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1931-32 1941-42 1942-43 1942-43 1945-46 1945-46

1946-47 WILLIAMSBURG W 37-32 1947-48 WILLIAMSBURG L 40-65 1948-49 1-Durham, NC L 74-78 (3ot) 1949-50 WILLIAMSBURG W 58-50 2/9/50 Washington, DC L 62-66 (ot) 1951-52 WILLIAMSBURG L 68-74 12/3/52 Washington, DC L 79-90 1952-53 WILLIAMSBURG L 63-70 1953-54 WILLIAMSBURG L 53-65 1953-54 [8] Washington, DC L 58-69 12/29/55 [9] 2-Richmond, VA L 73-87 1954-55 [8] Washington, DC L 65-79 1954-55 [10] Washington, DC L 76-119 1955-56 WILLIAMSBURG L 75-81 1955-56 Washington, DC L 69-81 12/8/56 WILLIAMSBURG W 89-85 2/9/57 Washington, DC L 77-79 1957-58 WILLIAMSBURG W 71-60 1957-58 Washington, DC L 80-91 3/7/58 1-Richmond, VA W 57-56 1958-59 WILLIAMSBURG W 57-52 1958-59 Washington, DC L 68-87 1959-60 Washington, DC L 71-98 1959-60 WILLIAMSBURG W 75-66 1960-61 WILLIAMSBURG W 61-57 1960-61 WILLIAMSBURG W 85-80 3/4/61 1-Richmond, VA L 82-93 1961-62 WILLIAMSBURG W 86-55 1961-62 Washington, DC L 84-92 12/1/62 Washington, DC L 50-60 2/19/63 WILLIAMSBURG W 79-75 2/6/64 Washington, DC L 77-81 2/19/64 WILLIAMSBURG W 82-67 12/8/64 WILLIAMSBURG W 54-44 1/9/65 Washington, DC L 50-56 12/18/65 Washington, DC W 79-66 2/10/66 WILLIAMSBURG W 81-52 12/17/66 WILLIAMSBURG W 36-30 1/17/67 Washington, DC W 85-74 3/2/67 1-Charlotte, NC W 76-66 12/9/67 WILLIAMSBURG W 96-76 1/30/68 Washington, DC L 76-80 12/14/68 Washington, DC L 71-82 1/15/69 WILLIAMSBURG (BG) W 77-75 12/16/69 WILLIAMSBURG L 80-90 12/30/69 Washington, DC L 78-86 2/21/74 Washington, DC L 51-81 12/5/74 WILLIAMSBURG L 50-61 12/4/75 Washington, DC L 69-75 2/2/77 WILLIAMSBURG W 83-70 11/29/03 3-Washington, DC L 57-73 1-Southern Conference Tournament; 2-UR Invitational; 3-Red Auerbach Colonial Classic

32-40 21-14 36-21 31-39 14-22 33-34 35-37 44-33 53-51 23-49 45-39 51-65

Overall Series: W&M leads, 6-3 (.667) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 2-1 (.667) In Atlanta: W&M leads, 3-1 (.750) Neutral Sites: Tied, 1-1 (.500) 1/14/06 Atlanta L 2/4/06 WILLIAMSBURG W 1/8/07 Atlanta W 1/27/07 WILLIAMSBURG W 3/2/07 1-Richmond, VA L 1/12/08 Atlanta W 3/7/08 1-Richmond, VA W 1/31/09 WILLIAMSBURG L 2/6/10 Atlanta W 1-CAA Tournament

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70-79 90-73 57-43 81-65 68-70 60-58 58-57 51-58 59-56


2010 NIT PARTICIPANT GEORGIA TECH

Overall Series: W&M trails, 1-6 (.143) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Atlanta: W&M trails, 0-6 (.000) Neutral Sites: None Atlanta, GA L [6] Atlanta, GA L Atlanta, GA L Atlanta, GA L Atlanta, GA L WILLIAMSBURG W 1-Atlanta, GA L

56-72 49-50 73-91 73-92 71-83 63-60 59-90

GUILFORD

Overall Series: W&M leads, 6-2 (.750) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Greensboro: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 1923-24 1924-25 1924-25 1925-26 1927-28 1927-28 1932-33 1933-34

Greensboro, NC L Unknown W Unknown W Unknown W Unknown W Unknown L WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W

31-35 31-20 24-20 24-23 28-25 23-33 45-20 50-22

HAMPDEN-SYDNEY

1910-11 1910-11 1912-13 1912-13 1913-14 1913-14 1914-15 1914-15 1915-16 1915-16 1916-17 1916-17 1917-18 1917-18 1918-19 1918-19 1919-20 1919-20 1921-22 1922-23 1927-28 1928-29 1928-29 1929-30 1929-30 1930-31 1930-31 1931-32 1931-32 1932-33 1932-33 1935-36 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1940-41 1941-42 1941-42 1942-43 1942-43 1943-44 1943-44 1944-45 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 12/14/50 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 12/1/56 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 12/4/62

Unknown W 24-20 Unknown W 41-13 Unknown W 43-14 Unknown W 39-23 Unknown W 38-28 Unknown L 27-34 Unknown W 40-23 Unknown W 42-35 Unknown W 41-30 Unknown W 25-15 Unknown L 16-39 Unknown L 23-35 Unknown W 27-13 Unknown L 15-27 Unknown W 18-17 Unknown L 17-33 Unknown L 16-24 Unknown W 32-23 Unknown W 27-12 Unknown W 43-11 Unknown W 36-26 Unknown L 24-26 Unknown W 26-23 Hampden-Sydney, VA W 35-17 Unknown W 41-22 Hampden-Sydney, VA W 31-21 Unknown W 38-26 WILLIAMSBURG L 26-31 WILLIAMSBURG W 42-33 Hampden-Sydney, VA W 26-23 WILLIAMSBURG W 27-23 WILLIAMSBURG W 43-35 WILLIAMSBURG W 64-40 WILLIAMSBURG W 42-31 WILLIAMSBURG W 44-26 WILLIAMSBURG W 47-39 WILLIAMSBURG W 65-35 Hampden-Sydney, VA L 47-49 WILLIAMSBURG W 57-28 WILLIAMSBURG W 48-38 WILLIAMSBURG W 47-28 Hampden-Sydney, VA L 40-45 Unknown L 39-41 Unknown L 38-54 Unknown W 65-38 WILLIAMSBURG W 46-40 WILLIAMSBURG L 36-37 WILLIAMSBURG W 67-56 WILLIAMSBURG W 70-67 (ot) WILLIAMSBURG W 70-46 WILLIAMSBURG W 75-69 WILLIAMSBURG W 74-65 Hampden-Sydney, VA W 78-58 WILLIAMSBURG W 78-65 WILLIAMSBURG W 108-76 WILLIAMSBURG W 76-69 WILLIAMSBURG W 98-81 WILLIAMSBURG W 85-59 WILLIAMSBURG W 59-46 WILLIAMSBURG W 97-83 WILLIAMSBURG W 113-75 WILLIAMSBURG W 77-64

HAMPTON

Overall Series: W&M leads, 9-5 (.643) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 5-3 (.625) In Hampton: W&M leads, 4-2 (.667) Neutral Sites: None 12/20/95 11/25/96 12/1/97 11/28/98 12/4/99 1/15/01 2/6/02 2/3/03 12/19/03 12/30/04 11/22/05 12/28/06 12/29/07 11/25/09

WILLIAMSBURG L Hampton, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W Hampton, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W Hampton, VA L WILLIAMSBURG L Hampton, VA W WILLIAMSBURG L WILLIAMSBURG W Hampton, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W Hampton, VA L WILLIAMSBURG W

76-84 67-63 69-54 83-62 67-65 63-71 59-64 64-62 72-79 60-51 70-60 72-67 63-70 62-61

HARTFORD

W

84-71

Overall Series: Tied, 1-1 (.500) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Cambridge: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 12/31/08 WILLIAMSBURG W 67-54 11/15/09 Cambridge, MA L 85-87 (3OT)

HAVERFORD

Overall Series: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Haverford: None Neutral Sites: None W W

69-55 83-50

HAWAII

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Honolulu: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 12/27/76 1-Honolulu, HI L 60-63 11/26/99 2-Honolulu, HI L 63-89 1-Rainbow Classic; 2-United Airlines Tip-Off Tournament

HIGH POINT

Overall Series: W&M trails, 1-2 (.333) In Williamsburg: Tied, 1-1 (.500) In High Point: Tied, 1-1 (.500) Neutral Sites: None 1925-26 Unknown L 11/17/00 WILLIAMSBURG W 11/20/01 High Point, NC L

24-25 87-62 57-63

Overall Series: W&M trails, 5-10 (.333) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 3-4 (.429) In Hempstead: W&M trails, 2-5 (.286) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Hempstead, NY L WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG L Hempstead, NY W 1-Richmond, VA L Hempstead, NY L WILLIAMSBURG L WILLIAMSBURG L Hempstead, NY L WILLIAMSBURG L Hempstead, NY L WILLIAMSBURG W Hempstead, NY L Hempstead, NY W WILLIAMSBURG W

2010-11 TRIBE Basketball

1/4/93 WILLIAMSBURG 1/5/94 Worcester, MA 2/22/95 WILLIAMSBURG 11/19/05 1-WILLIAMSBURG 11/25/06 Worcester, MA 1-W&M Tip-off Classic

L L L L L

78-83 74-80 87-92 55-67 57-66

HOUSTON BAPTIST

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Dallas: None Neutral Sites: None 11/25/07 WILLIAMSBURG

W

79-70

ILLINOIS

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Champaign: None Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) 64-73

Overall Series: W&M trails, 1-3 (.250) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (.000) In New Rochelle: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) 2/14/74 WILLIAMSBURG W 64-62 1/5/76 New Rochelle, NY L 64-67 (ot) 12/28/84 1-Hartford, CT L 55-68 2/19/10 2-New Rochelle, NT L 53-69 1-Connecticut Mutual Tournament; 2-ESPNU BracketBusters

IOWA STATE

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Ames: None Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) 12/27/79 1-Jacksonville, FL L 1-Gator Bowl Tournament

55-56

JACKSONVILLE

Overall Series: W&M trails, 1-7 (.125) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 1-3 (.250) In Jacksonville: W&M trails, 0-4 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 12/20/65 Jacksonville, FL L 12/22/66 WILLIAMSBURG W 1/2/68 WILLIAMSBURG L 2/5/69 Jacksonville, FL L 2/11/71 [6] WILLIAMSBURG L 12/18/71 [14] Jacksonville, FL L 11/27/72 WILLIAMSBURG L 12/26/79 1-Jacksonville, FL L 1-Gator Bowl Tournament

76-82 72-68 69-71 74-88 69-100 72-83 94-103 43-58

JACKSONVILLE STATE

HOFSTRA

1/19/02 2/16/02 1/22/03 2/8/03 3/7/03 1/24/04 2/14/04 1/5/05 1/31/05 2/20/06 1/20/07 2/6/08 1/21/09 1/2/10 1/16/10

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-5 (.000) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 0-3 In Worcester: W&M trails, 0-2 Neutral Sites: None

IONA

HARVARD

12/2/74 WILLIAMSBURG 12/20/08 WILLIAMSBURG

HOLY CROSS

12/28/76 1-Honolulu, HI L 1-Rainbow Classic

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Hartford: None Neutral Sites: None 11/19/04 1-WILLIAMSBURG 1-W&M Tip-Off Classic

1-CAA Tournament

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Jacksonville: None Neutral Sites: None 12/1/06 1-WILLIAMSBURG 1 - W&M Tip-off Classic

W

WILLIAMSBURG L WILLIAMSBURG L Harrisonburg, VA L Harrisonburg, VA L WILLIAMSBURG L WILLIAMSBURG W Harrisonburg, VA L 1-Hampton, VA L Harrisonburg, VA L WILLIAMSBURG L 1-Norfolk, VA L WILLIAMSBURG W Harrisonburg, VA W

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In University Heights: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 54-64

JOHNS HOPKINS 59-56

Overall Series: W&M trails, 34-43 (.442) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 20-14 (.588) In Harrisonburg: W&M trails, 12-20 (.375) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 2-9 (.182) 2/11/78 1/6/79 2/6/79 2/5/80 2/16/80 1/17/81 2/7/81 3/6/81 1/16/82 2/20/82 3/5/82 1/29/83 2/19/83

JOHN CARROLL

12/16/49 University Heights, OH L

JAMES MADISON

59-68 61-57 51-66 79-69 64-74 71-98 69-78 59-71 51-72 57-82 69-77 74-62 44-54 48-47 73-66

3/12/83 1-Richmond, VA L 38-41 2/4/84 WILLIAMSBURG W 46-44 2/29/84 Harrisonburg, VA W 56-47 2/2/85 Harrisonburg, VA W 78-70 2/28/85 WILLIAMSBURG W 71-60 3/7/85 1-WILLIAMSBURG W 68-61 1/18/86 Harrisonburg, VA L 58-59 2/15/86 WILLIAMSBURG W 53-50 1/17/87 WILLIAMSBURG W 71-61 2/14/87 Harrisonburg, VA L 78-96 1/16/88 WILLIAMSBURG W 75-65 2/13/88 Harrisonburg, VA L 51-64 1/21/89 Harrisonburg, VA L 50-87 2/18/89 WILLIAMSBURG L 71-92 1/10/90 WILLIAMSBURG L 65-87 1/31/90 Harrisonburg, VA L 61-82 3/3/90 2-Richmond, VA L 83-93 1/28/91 Harrisonburg, VA L 56-70 2/2/91 WILLIAMSBURG L 63-67 1/22/92 WILLIAMSBURG L 47-56 3/2/92 Harrisonburg, VA L 77-98 3/7/92 2-Richmond, VA L 53-77 1/16/93 WILLIAMSBURG L 72-90 2/13/93 Harrisonburg, VA L 66-99 1/12/94 Harrisonburg, VA L 75-89 2/7/94 WILLIAMSBURG L 85-89 1/28/95 Harrisonburg, VA L 62-73 2/8/95 WILLIAMSBURG L 67-73 3/4/95 2-Richmond, VA L 50-73 1/6/96 Harrisonburg, VA W 96-71 1/31/96 WILLIAMSBURG W 68-51 1/4/97 WILLIAMSBURG W 64-61 2/19/97 Harrisonburg, VA W 82-74 1/14/98 Harrisonburg, VA W 89-60 2/11/98 WILLIAMSBURG W 53-52 1/20/99 Harrisonburg, VA L 59-75 2/17/99 WILLIAMSBURG W 67-61 1/19/00 WILLIAMSBURG L 71-76 2/17/00 Harrisonburg, VA L 64-70 3/3/00 2-Richmond, VA L 73-84 1/24/01 WILLIAMSBURG W 71-58 2/21/01 Harrisonburg, VA L 56-67 1/23/02 WILLIAMSBURG W 77-59 2/4/02 Harrisonburg, VA W 63-58 3/1/02 2-Richmond, VA L 67-78 1/29/03 Harrisonburg, VA W 61-59 3/1/03 WILLIAMSBURG W 75-72 1/28/04 Harrisonburg, VA W 99-86 2/4/04 WILLIAMSBURG L 76-83 1/12/05 Harrisonburg, VA L 47-55 2/16/05 WILLIAMSBURG W 80-54 3/4/05 2-Richmond, VA W 68-54 1/28/06 WILLIAMSBURG W 86-68 2/11/06 Harrisonburg, VA W 72-70 1/31/07 WILLIAMSBURG W 65-62 2/7/07 Harrisonburg, VA W 71-56 1/9/08 WILLIAMSBURG W 69-66 1/30/08 Harrisonburg, VA W 70-67 1/10/09 WILLIAMSBURG L 65-74 2/14/09 Harrisonburg, VA L 67-76 3/6/09 2-Richmond, VA L 48-70 1/14/10 WILLIAMSBURG W 85-78 1/27/10 Harrisonburg, VA L 63-65 3/6/10 2-Richmond, VA W 70-65 1-ECAC South Tournament; 2-CAA Tournament

HISTORY

Overall Series: W&M leads, 54-15 (.783) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 31-4 (.886) In Hampden-Sydney: W&M leads, 4-2 (.000) Neutral Sites: None

WILLIAMSBURG W 81-49 WILLIAMSBURG W 98-70 WILLIAMSBURG L 68-71 WILLIAMSBURG W 100-78 WILLIAMSBURG W 92-67 WILLIAMSBURG L 91-92 (ot) WILLIAMSBURG W 89-83

Opponent Series History

12/6/61 2/4/63 12/21/64 12/22/65 12/20/71 12/18/72 12/29/87 1-Cotton

12/3/63 12/3/64 12/15/65 1/11/67 12/1/76 11/26/88 11/24/90

Overall Series: Tied, 1-1 (.500) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Baltimore: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 1928-29 Baltimore, MD L 12/1/79 WILLIAMSBURG W

23-28 94-51

KANSAS STATE 66-68 55-56 57-70 58-61 49-52 44-42 60-72 42-44 44-54 55-56 49-64 72-65 60-55

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Manhattan: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 11/11/06 Manhattan, KS L

60-70

KENTUCKY

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Lexington: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 12/22/04 [8] Lexington, KY L

47-92

53


COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY LAFAYETTE

LOUISVILLE

12/27/56 1-Richmond, VA L 72-85 12/28/59 1-Richmond, VA L 63-81 1/15/83 Easton, PA W 69-61 2/6/84 WILLIAMSBURG W 67-57 1/21/85 WILLIAMSBURG W 58-57 2/26/86 Easton, PA W 59-54 12/29/90 2-Hartford, CT L 65-67 1-UR Invitational; 2-Connecticut Mutual Classic

12/20/50 Louisville, KY L 1/14/52 [15] WILLIAMSBURG L

LA SALLE

2/23/08 1-WILLIAMSBURG L 12/2/08 Chicago, IL L 1-ESPNU BracketBusters

HISTORY

Opponent Series History

Overall Series: W&M leads, 4-3 (.571) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Easton: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-3 (.000)

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Philadelphia: None Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) 3/9/49 1-Cincinnati, OH L 1-Cincinnati Invitational

51-63

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Lebanon Valley: None Neutral Sites: None WILLIAMSBURG

W

75-50

LEHIGH

Overall Series: W&M leads, 3-1 (.750) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Bethlehem: Tied, 1-1 (.500) Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) 12/28/62 1-Richmond, VA W 12/27/73 Bethlehem, PA W 1/2/91 Bethlehem, PA L 1/4/92 WILLIAMSBURG W 1-UR Invitational

73-58 77-66 79-82 82-65

LENOIR-RHYNE

W W

49-19 52-21

Overall Series: Tied, 1-2 (.333) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Lynchburg: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 11/26/02 Lynchburg, VA L 61-62 11/23/03 WILLIAMSBURG W 91-64 11/29/08 1-Lynchburg, VA L 74-80 (2OT) 1 – Liberty Thanksgiving Classic

LOCK HAVEN

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Lock Haven: None Neutral Sites: None WILLIAMSBURG

W

89-52

Overall Series: W&M leads, 3-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Farmville: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: None W W W

90-60 88-75 84-65

LOUISIANA TECH

54

97-74 87-118 72-76

LOYOLA (MD)

Overall Series: Tied, 4-4 (.500) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 2-1 (.667) In Baltimore: W&M trails, 2-3 (.400) Neutral Sites: None 1961-62 2/5/83 1/2/88 1/3/90 1/7/91 11/29/93 1/30/94 11/26/94

Baltimore, MD L WILLIAMSBURG W Baltimore, MD W WILLIAMSBURG W Baltimore, MD W WILLIAMSBURG L Baltimore, MD L Baltimore, MD L

62-77 79-53 84-81 71-58 77-54 84-97 81-94 76-79

1913-14 1923-24 1926-27 1926-27 1927-28 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1931-32 1932-33

Unknown W Lynchburg, VA L Unknown L Unknown W Unknown W Unknown W Unknown W Unknown W WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W

42-14 27-29 19-22 26-18 48-18 55-24 36-23 46-20 44-26 39-32

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M lead, 1-0 (1.000) In Orono: None Neutral Sites: None

60-64 70-58

Overall Series: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Arlington: None Neutral Sites: None 2/3/92 WILLIAMSBURG 11/29/95 WILLIAMSBURG

W W

Overall Series: Tied, 2-2 (.500) In Williamsburg: Tied, 1-1 (.500) In Riverdale: Tied, 1-1 (.500) Neutral Sites: None

98-53 100-67

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Amherst: None Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000)

71-53 59-73 39-54 75-70

86-92

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Memphis: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None

W

70-88

45-50

MIAMI (FL)

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Miami: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 56-38

2/2/66

Miami, FL L

1/6/81

WILLIAMSBURG

W

76-52

MILLIGAN COLLEGE

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Milligan: None Neutral Sites: None 1948-49 WILLIAMSBURG

W

55-45

MONTANA

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Missoula: None Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) 12/10/77 1-Provo, UT 1-Cougar Classic

W

61-60

MONTREAT

12/22/07 WILLIAMSBURG

66-88

W

87-52

MORGAN STATE

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Baltimore: None Neutral Sites: None W

73-66

MUHLENBERG

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Muhlenberg: None Neutral Sites: None WILLIAMSBURG

W

80-64

MURRAY STATE

Overall Series: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Murray: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: None 1957-58 Murray, KY 1958-59 Murray, KY

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In King’s Point: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None

1946-47 King’s Point, NY L

40-43 67-69 57-60 68-78

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Millersville: None Neutral Sites: None

1/3/79

MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMY

1/4/89 WILLIAMSBURG W 12/8/90 Riverdale, NY L 2/21/09 1-WILLIAMSBURG L 11/21/09 Riverdale, NY W 1- ESPNU BracketBusters

L L L L

MILLERSVILLE

12/22/03 WILLIAMSBURG

MASSACHUSETTS

1961-62 Memphis, TN L

12/20/40 Miami, OH 12/30/71 1-Winter Park, FL 12/8/86 WILLIAMSBURG 11/30/87 Miami, OH 1-Tangerine Bowl Classic

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Montreat: None Neutral Sites: None

Overall Series: Tied, 1-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Baltimore: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None

MEMPHIS STATE 89-55

MANHATTAN

12/19/50 Huntington, WV

21-30 23-27 39-41 29-41 38-45 57-49 58-40 39-34 32-42 36-51 46-53 42-36 56-52 64-56 41-48 55-50 53-54 71-66 61-64 57-79 54-69 55-74 62-67 51-52 64-69 43-50 51-56 44-58 48-77 75-103 83-77

UMBC

12/29/67 1-Storrs, CT L 1-Basketball Classic

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Huntington: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: None 49-63

College Park, MD L College Park, MD L College Park, MD L College Park, MD L College Park, MD L College Park, MD W College Park, MD W WILLIAMSBURG W College Park, MD L College Park, MD L Unknown L Unknown W College Park, MD W WILLIAMSBURG W College Park, MD L WILLIAMSBURG W College Park, MD L WILLIAMSBURG W College Park, MD L WILLIAMSBURG L College Park, MD L [11] WILLIAMSBURG L [12] WILLIAMSBURG L College Park, MD L [9] College Park, MD L WILLIAMSBURG L College Park, MD L [5] College Park, MD L College Park, MD L [6] College Park, MD L College Park, MD W

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-4 (.000) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Miami: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000)

MARYMOUNT

MAINE

W

12/20/28 12/13/29 1/30/36 2/9/37 2/10/38 2/14/39 2/14/41 12/16/41 2/13/42 2/23/43 2/17/45 2/20/46 1/10/50 1/21/50 12/11/50 2/17/51 12/12/51 2/16/52 12/4/52 2/17/53 12/8/53 2/25/54 2/5/55 12/8/56 1/3/81 1/27/82 1/5/83 1/7/84 12/5/85 12/27/01 12/30/09

12/17/05 Baltimore L 12/22/06 WILLIAMSBURG W

MARSHALL

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Ruston: None Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) 1958-59 1-Shreveport, LA L 1-Gulf South Classic

Overall Series: W&M trails, 1-2 (.333) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In New Orleans: Tied, 1-1 (.500) Neutral Sites: None

11/18/05 1-WILLIAMSBURG 1-W&M Tip-off Classic

LONGWOOD

12/1/04 WILLIAMSBURG 11/28/05 Farmville 12/2/09 WILLIAMSBURG

66-71 61-64

Overall Series: W&M leads, 8-2 (.800) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Lynchburg: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None

LIBERTY

12/3/82

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In New Orleans: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None

LYNCHBURG

Overall Series: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Hickory: None Neutral Sites: None 1922-23 Unknown 1931-32 WILLIAMSBURG

47-70 65-93

LOYOLA (CHICAGO)

1/6/68 New Orleans, LA W 1/28/71 New Orleans, LA L 11/25/95 WILLIAMSBURG L

MIAMI (OH)

Overall Series: W&M trails, 9-22 (.290) In Williamsburg: Tied, 4-4 (.500) In College Park: W&M trails, 4-17 (.190) Neutral Sites: None

LOYOLA (LA)

LEBANON VALLEY

1/9/82

MARYLAND

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Louisville: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None

W W

76-66 64-62

NAVY

Overall Series: W&M trails, 19-40 (.322) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 10-9 (.526) In Annapolis: W&M trails, 7-29 (.194) Neutral Sites: Tied, 2-2 (.500) 12/17/27 12/19/28 12/14/29 12/10/30 12/14/32 3/9/35 1/29/36 2/10/37 2/9/38 2/15/39 2/24/40 2/15/41 2/14/42 2/24/43 12/18/46 1/5/55 2/8/58 2/8/61 2/10/62 2/6/71 12/15/73 1/29/77

Annapolis, MD L Annapolis, MD L Annapolis, MD L Annapolis, MD L Annapolis, MD L WILLIAMSBURG L Annapolis, MD L Annapolis, MD L Annapolis, MD L Annapolis, MD L Annapolis, MD L Annapolis, MD L Annapolis, MD W Annapolis, MD L Annapolis, MD L Annapolis, MD L Norfolk, VA W Annapolis, MD L Annapolis, MD L WILLIAMSBURG W Annapolis, MD W WILLIAMSBURG W

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2010 NIT PARTICIPANT

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Las Vegas: None Neutral Sites: None 2/11/95

WILLIAMSBURG L

74-83

NEW HAMPSHIRE

NEW MEXICO

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Albuquerque: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 59-64 60-68

NEW MEXICO STATE

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Las Cruces: None Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) 49-62

NEW ORLEANS

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In New Orleans: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 12/20/94 1-New Orleans, LA L 1-UNO Classic

61-72

CITY COLLEGE OF NEW YORK Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In New York: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: None 12/28/72 New York, NY

W

W W

72-56 74-58

NORTH CAROLINA

Overall Series: W&M trails, 3-18 (.143) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 2-5 (.286) In Chapel Hill: 0-10 (.000) Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) 1911-12 Unknown L 22-30 1923-24 Unknown L 16-54 1944-45 Unknown L 46-80 1947-48 WILLIAMSBURG L 61-63 1948-49 Chapel Hill, NC L 61-69 1949-50 WILLIAMSBURG L 46-52 1949-50 1-Durham, NC W 50-43 1953-54 Chapel Hill, NC L 61-71 1954-55 WILLIAMSBURG W 79-76 1955-56 [12] Chapel Hill, NC L 63-115 1/8/57 [2] WILLIAMSBURG L 61-71 1957-58 [3] Chapel Hill, NC L 63-79 12/4/65 Chapel Hill, NC L 68-82 12/5/70 WILLIAMSBURG L 72-101 12/7/77 [2] WILLIAMSBURG W 78-75 2/14/79 [4] Chapel Hill, NC L 60-85 1/29/80 [11] Chapel Hill, NC L 61-71 2/18/81 [13] WILLIAMSBURG L 55-81 1/4/82 [1] Chapel Hill, NC L 40-64 1/2/05 [4] Chapel Hill, NC L 66-105 3/16/10 2-Chapel Hill, NC L 72-80 1-Southern Conference Tournament; 2-National Invitational Tournament

69-53

12/4/91 12/1/93 12/21/93 12/1/94 11/23/96 11/29/97 11/30/98 12/28/98 12/20/04 12/21/05

WILLIAMSBURG L 73-79 (ot) Greensboro, NC W 81-76 (2ot) WILLIAMSBURG L 82-93 Greensboro, NC L 71-84 WILLIAMSBURG W 69-57 Greensboro, NC W 68-55 Greensboro, NC W 69-55 WILLIAMSBURG W 79-74 Greensboro, NC L 62-84 WILLIAMSBURG W 83-73

NORTH CAROLINA STATE

Overall Series: W&M trails, 5-23 (.185) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 2-6 (.250) In Greensboro: W&M trails, 2-15 (.118) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) 1931-32 1936-37 1936-37 1938-39 1939-40 1941-42 1944-45 1944-45 2/4/47 1947-48 2/5/49 1/12/50 2/7/50 1/12/51 2/3/51 1/12/52 2/5/52 1/13/53 2/7/53 2/2/54 2/13/54 12/1/54 2/9/55 1/21/56 12/13/67 12/1/69 1/11/95 11/15/07

Raleigh, NC L Raleigh, NC L WILLIAMSBURG L Raleigh, NC W Raleigh, NC L 1-Raleigh, NC L Unknown L Unknown W Raleigh, NC L 1-Durham, NC L [17] WILLIAMSBURG L [9] Raleigh, NC L [8] Raleigh, NC W [7] Raleigh, NC L [8] WILLIAMSBURG W Raleigh, NC L WILLIAMSBURG W [8] WILLIAMSBURG L [15] Raleigh, NC L Raleigh, NC L [19] Raleigh, NC L WILLIAMSBURG L [7] WILLIAMSBURG L [3] Raleigh, NC L Raleigh, NC L WILLIAMSBURG L Raleigh, NC L [21] Raleigh, NC L

2010-11 TRIBE Basketball

Overall Series: W&M leads, 5-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 5-0 (1.000) In Rocky Mount: None Neutral Sites: None 12/22/79 12/20/80 12/19/81 1/19/83 11/25/83

Overall Series: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Norfolk: None Neutral Sites: None

Overall Series: W&M leads, 6-4 (.600) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 3-2 (.600) In Greensboro: W&M leads, 3-2 (.600) Neutral Sites: None

12/29/84 1-Hartford, CT W 53-45 12/28/93 2-Spokane, WA W 88-75 1-Connecticut Mutual Tournament; 2-Shootout Spokane

12/28/66 1-Evansville, IN L 1-Evansville Invitational

70-85

NORFOLK STATE

12/1/82 WILLIAMSBURG 11/19/08 WILLIAMSBURG

Overall Series: W&M leads, 5-3 (.625) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 4-0 (1.000) In Boston: W&M trails, 0-3 (.000) Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000)

NORTH CAROLINA WESLEYAN

UNC GREENSBORO

Overall Series: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Manchester: None Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000)

12/28/92 1-Albuquerque, NM L 12/29/00 1-Albuquerque, NM L 1-Lobo Invitational

1951-52 New York, NY L

NORTHEASTERN

1-Southern Conference Tournament

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In New York: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None

19-23 21-49 20-58 32-28 29-36 53-54 37-58 43-38 33-45 52-73 52-66 58-72 54-50 54-61 88-78 46-82 70-61 58-62 71-101 70-80 48-65 97-111 99-126 71-90 73-88 84-93 64-80 47-66

WILLIAMSBURG WILLIAMSBURG WILLIAMSBURG WILLIAMSBURG WILLIAMSBURG

W W W W W

88-62 88-63 69-45 90-55 79-39

UNC WILMINGTON

Overall Series: W&M trails, 19-36 (.345) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 9-18 (.333) In Wilmington: W&M trails, 10-17 (.370) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000)

NORTH FLORIDA

Overall Series: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Jacksonville: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: None WILLIAMSBURG Jacksonville, FL

W W

61-44 68-45

NORTH TEXAS

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Denton: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: None 1958-59 Denton, TX

W

69-84 60-57 55-53 42-51 44-60 68-63 53-52 47-45

NORTHERN IOWA

1/4/84 WILLIAMSBURG L 55-61 2/9/84 Wilmington, NC W 76-52 1/17/85 WILLIAMSBURG W 79-68 2/25/85 Wilmington, NC W 67-59 1/11/86 WILLIAMSBURG L 56-73 2/8/86 Wilmington, NC W 73-64 1/10/87 Wilmington, NC L 55-82 2/9/87 WILLIAMSBURG L 58-80 1/23/88 WILLIAMSBURG L 67-76 2/20/88 Wilmington, NC L 74-84 1/9/89 WILLIAMSBURG L 52-91 2/4/89 Wilmington, NC W 62-58 1/24/90 WILLIAMSBURG L 75-76 2/21/90 Wilmington, NC W 65-64 1/21/91 WILLIAMSBURG L 76-78 (2ot) 2/20/91 Wilmington, NC L 76-90 1/25/92 Wilmington, NC L 64-68 (ot) 2/22/92 WILLIAMSBURG L 64-94 1/23/93 WILLIAMSBURG W 67-63 2/20/93 Wilmington, NC W 103-85 1/15/94 WILLIAMSBURG L 57-61 2/12/94 Wilmington, NC W 77-70 2/1/95 WILLIAMSBURG L 47-66 2/20/95 Wilmington, NC L 57-64 1/20/96 Wilmington, NC L 54-67 2/17/96 WILLIAMSBURG W 63-46 3/2/96 1-Richmond, VA L 55-63 1/16/97 WILLIAMSBURG L 53-56 1/29/97 Wilmington, NC L 63-65 1/28/98 Wilmington, NC L 56-58 2/14/98 WILLIAMSBURG W 64-51 1/7/99 WILLIAMSBURG L 64-72 2/3/99 Wilmington, NC L 48-56 12/1/99 Wilmington, NC L 66-76 2/23/00 WILLIAMSBURG W 58-53 12/6/00 WILLIAMSBURG W 74-54 1/27/01 Wilmington, NC L 50-63 1/16/02 WILLIAMSBURG L 56-58 2/13/02 Wilmington, NC L 58-66 2/24/03 WILLIAMSBURG L 48-72 3/3/03 Wilmington, NC L 49-60 12/4/03 WILLIAMSBURG W 67-66 (ot) 1/7/04 Wilmington, NC L 59-67 1/19/05 WILLIAMSBURG L 49-54 2/9/05 Wilmington, NC L 72-80 11/30/05 WILLIAMSBURG L 66-75 1/7/06 Wilmington, NC L 56-63 2/3/07 WILLIAMSBURG L 61-67 2/10/07 Wilmington, NC W 61-55 2/2/08 WILLIAMSBURG W 70-66 2/13/08 Wilmington, NC L 64-77 1/7/09 Wilmington, NC W 73-59 2/11/09 WILLIAMSBURG W 69-40 1/4/10 WILLIAMSBURG L 61-62 2/27/10 Wilmington, NC W 62-51 1-CAA Tournament

12/8/06 12/7/07

2/2/06 Boston, MA L 1/6/07 WILLIAMSBURG W 1/16/08 WILLIAMSBURG W 2/9/08 Boston, MA L 1/3/09 Boston, MA L 2/4/09 WILLIAMSBURG W 2/13/10 WILLIAMSBURG W 3/7/10 1-Richmond, VA W 1-CAA Tournament

82-77

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Cedar Falls: None Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) 11/17/01 1-Lubbock, TX L 1-Red Raider Classic

55-76

NORTHWESTERN

Overall Series: Tied, 1-1 (.500) In Williamsburg: None In Evanston: None Neutral Sites: Tied, 1-1 (.500) 12/29/89 1-Nashville, TN L 78-103 12/29/92 2-Albuquerque, NM W 77-69 1-Vanderbilt Tournament; 2-Lobo Invitational

NOTRE DAME

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Notre Dame: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 12/30/82 Notre Dame, IN L

60-83

HISTORY

UNLV

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY

Opponent Series History

2/7/78 Annapolis, MD W 70-62 2/3/79 WILLIAMSBURG W 68-63 1/16/80 Annapolis, MD L 48-73 1/31/81 WILLIAMSBURG W 71-60 1/30/82 Annapolis, MD W 47-46 (ot) 3/4/82 1-Norfolk, VA W 79-55 2/21/83 WILLIAMSBURG W 75-55 1/21/84 Annapolis, MD L 55-60 (2ot) 2/18/84 Annapolis, MD L 71-73 3/9/84 1-Harrisonburg, VA L 57-67 1/19/85 WILLIAMSBURG L 59-70 2/16/85 Annapolis, MD L 60-84 3/8/85 1-WILLIAMSBURG L 83-89 1/25/86 WILLIAMSBURG L 68-76 2/17/86 Annapolis, MD L 51-66 1/23/87 [18] Annapolis, MD L 59-82 2/16/87 WILLIAMSBURG L 52-63 2/28/87 2-Hampton, VA L 52-63 1/13/88 Annapolis, MD W 67-65 2/10/88 WILLIAMSBURG L 61-63 (ot) 1/18/89 WILLIAMSBURG W 72-59 2/15/89 Annapolis, MD L 70-73 (ot) 1/13/90 Annapolis, MD L 59-80 2/10/90 WILLIAMSBURG L 61-83 1/12/91 WILLIAMSBURG W 76-73 2/9/91 Annapolis, MD W 82-73 11/30/91 WILLIAMSBURG W 82-77 (ot) 1/6/93 Annapolis, MD W 58-53 1/3/94 WILLIAMSBURG L 62-68 1/3/95 Annapolis, MD L 70-86 1/15/96 WILLIAMSBURG W 69-48 1/13/97 Annapolis, MD L 63-74 1/12/98 WILLIAMSBURG W 83-68 1/31/00 Annapolis, MD L 72-80 12/22/00 Annapolis, MD L 69-85 11/28/06 Annapolis, MD L 63-79 11/22/08 WILLIAMSBURG L 99-102 (3ot) 1-ECAC South Tournament; 2-CAA Tournament

OHIO

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Athens: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 11/16/08 Athens, OH L

55-74

OLD DOMINION

Overall Series: W&M trails, 16-62 (.205) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 10-27 (.270) In Richmond: W&M trails, 5-29 (.147) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 1-6 (.143) 2/11/69 2/16/70 2/16/74 1/4/75 1/13/76 2/5/76 2/5/77 2/21/77 1/28/78 2/25/78 1/20/79 2/24/79 1/26/80 2/23/80 1979-80 1/24/81 2/21/81 1/23/82 2/17/82 1/22/83 2/12/83 12/3/83 2/22/84 12/8/84 2/20/85 1/15/86 2/20/86 12/6/86 1/28/87 11/28/87 2/4/88 11/29/88 11/29/89 12/5/90 2/1/92 2/29/92 1/30/93 2/27/93 2/2/94 2/26/94 3/5/94

WILLIAMSBURG L 65-80 WILLIAMSBURG W 89-80 Norfolk, VA W 70-68 WILLIAMSBURG L 55-61 Norfolk, VA L 73-77 WILLIAMSBURG W 74-61 WILLIAMSBURG L 71-73 Norfolk, VA L 68-82 Norfolk, VA L 63-64 WILLIAMSBURG W 75-64 Norfolk, VA L 42-48 WILLIAMSBURG L 56-57 Norfolk, VA L 51-60 WILLIAMSBURG L 69-71 (ot) 1-Hampton, VA L 59-75 Norfolk, VA L 51-76 WILLIAMSBURG L 59-60 WILLIAMSBURG W 60-59 (ot) Norfolk, VA L 45-66 Norfolk, VA W 56-50 WILLIAMSBURG L 42-43 Norfolk, VA L 57-73 WILLIAMSBURG L 65-71 WILLIAMSBURG L 57-62 Norfolk, VA L 58-72 WILLIAMSBURG L 44-75 Norfolk, VA L 47-58 Norfolk, VA L 54-56 WILLIAMSBURG L 56-60 WILLIAMSBURG L 69-72 Norfolk, VA L 69-78 WILLIAMSBURG L 62-70 Norfolk, VA L 62-67 WILLIAMSBURG W 71-63 Norfolk, VA L 92-102 (ot) WILLIAMSBURG L 85-94 WILLIAMSBURG L 80-81 Norfolk, VA L 80-90 Norfolk, VA L 72-105 WILLIAMSBURG L 70-94 2-Richmond, VA L 58-83

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HISTORY

Opponent Series History

COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY 1/21/95 WILLIAMSBURG L 73-83 2/25/95 Norfolk, VA L 55-60 1/27/96 WILLIAMSBURG L 82-86 2/21/96 Norfolk, VA L 86-91 1/22/97 Norfolk, VA W 61-55 2/5/97 WILLIAMSBURG W 80-52 3/1/97 2-Richmond, VA L 62-70 1/24/98 WILLIAMSBURG W 69-53 2/3/98 Norfolk, VA W 68-58 1/23/99 WILLIAMSBURG L 50-65 2/13/99 Norfolk, VA L 48-70 1/22/00 WILLIAMSBURG L 60-74 2/12/00 Norfolk, VA L 62-71 1/10/01 Norfolk, VA L 54-74 2/17/01 WILLIAMSBURG W 72-62 3/3/01 2-Richmond, VA L 47-53 (ot) 1/26/02 Norfolk, VA L 52-68 2/23/02 WILLIAMSBURG L 53-81 1/11/03 Norfolk, VA L 64-76 2/5/03 WILLIAMSBURG W 69-53 1/26/04 WILLIAMSBURG W 86-77 2/25/04 Norfolk, VA L 76-79 12/4/04 Norfolk, VA L 56-69 2/19/05 WILLIAMSBURG L 66-82 3/5/05 2-Richmond, VA L 51-64 1/21/06 WILLIAMSBURG L 56-65 2/9/06 Norfolk, VA L 60-81 1/24/07 Norfolk, VA L 44-59 2/24/07 WILLIAMSBURG L 57-62 1/5/08 Norfolk, VA W 70-61 1/26/08 WILLIAMSBURG L 59-72 3/8/08 2-Richmond, VA W 63-60 1/5/09 WILLIAMSBURG L 50-62 2/25/09 Norfolk, VA L 63-64 1/23/10 WILLIAMSBURG L 55-58 2/3/10 Norfolk, VA L 42-61 3/8/10 2-Richmond, VA L 53-60 1-ECAC South Tournament; 2-CAA Tournament

ORAL ROBERTS

82-76 (ot)

PACE

W W

54-51 85-64

PENNSYLVANIA

46-73 70-86

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In University Park: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 51-65

PENSACOLA

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Pensacola: None Neutral Sites: None 1949-50 WILLIAMSBURG

W

72-52

PITTSBURGH

Overall Series: W&M trails, 5-8 (.385) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 4-1 (.800) In Pittsburgh: W&M trails, 1-7 (.125) Neutral Sites: None 1951-52 1/12/60 12/14/62 2/13/65 12/5/66 1/4/68 12/3/68 1/6/70 2/5/72 2/3/73

56

Pittsburgh, PA L Pittsburgh, PA L 1-Pittsburgh, PA L WILLIAMSBURG W Pittsburgh, PA W WILLIAMSBURG W Pittsburgh, PA L WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W Pittsburgh, PA L

12/22/91 1-Kauai, HI L 1-Kauai Classic

67-78

PRATT

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Pratt: None Neutral Sites: None 2/19/76

WILLIAMSBURG

W

70-56

PRINCETON

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-3 (.000) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Providence: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 1929-30 Princeton, NJ L 1/6/76 Princeton, NJ L 1/26/77 WILLIAMSBURG L

18-25 43-64 38-42

PROVIDENCE

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Providence: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 12/20/73 [9] Providence, RI L

75-105

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In West Lafayette: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 11/30/01 1-West Lafayette, IN L 1-Boilermaker Invitational

58-75

WILLIAMSBURG

W

48-63 59-75 56-66 63-61 72-68 79-65 62-68 84-73 73-68 62-83

12/3/77 WILLIAMSBURG W 11/24/02 WILLIAMSBURG L 11/24/03 Radford, VA L 11/20/04 1-WILLIAMSBURG W 11/25/08 WILLIAMSBURG W 12/22/09 Radford, VA W 1-W&M Tip-Off Classic

91-41

Overall Series: Tied, 1-1 (.500) In Williamsburg: None In Houston: None Neutral Sites: Tied, 1-1 (.500)

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Houston: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 1/6/71 WILLIAMSBURG L 12/22/71 Houston, TX L

74-77 76-88

RICHMOND 85-56 63-64 86-89 81-76 73-53 70-68

Overall Series: W&M leads, 40-22 (.645) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 10-2 (.833) In Ashland: W&M leads, 10-1 (.909) Neutral Sites: None Unknown W Unknown W Unknown W Unknown L Unknown L Unknown W Unknown L Unknown L Unknown L Unknown W Unknown L Unknown L Unknown L Unknown L Unknown L Unknown W Unknown L Unknown W Unknown L Unknown L Unknown W

12-35 22-40 38-50 14-41 53-26 28-14 43-20 29-11 39-17 47-15 38-28 32-18 23-17 29-17 25-20 27-19 33-42 28-23 20-38 32-30 24-28 39-27 41-26 31-28 32-27 38-27 27-58 60-37 36-25 33-22 63-46 43-36 52-28 58-38 52-54 50-39 77-38 68-35 73-46 78-38 61-45

RICE

RANDOLPH-MACON

1907-08 1908-09 1908-09 1909-10 1909-10 1910-11 1910-11 1911-12 1911-12 1912-13 1912-13 1913-14 1913-14 1914-15 1914-15 1915-16 1915-16 1916-17 1916-17 1917-18 1917-18

Unknown L Unknown L Unknown L Unknown L Unknown W Unknown W Ashland, VA W Ashland, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W Unknown W Unknown W Unknown W Unknown W Unknown W Ashland, VA W Unknown W Unknown L Unknown W WILLIAMSBURG L Ashland, VA W Unknown L Unknown W Ashland, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W Ashland, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG L WILLIAMSBURG W Ashland, VA W Ashland, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W Ashland, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W Ashland, VA L Unknown W Unknown W WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W Ashland, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W

12/28/55 1-Richmond, VA W 100-96 12/28/90 2-Hartford, CT L 70-80 1-UR Invitational; 2-Connecticut Mutual Classic

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Queens: None Neutral Sites: None 1/20/77

1918-19 1918-19 1919-20 1919-20 1920-21 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1924-25 1925-26 1925-26 1926-27 1926-27 1928-29 1928-29 1929-30 1929-30 1930-31 1930-31 1931-32 1931-32 1932-33 1932-33 1936-37 1938-39 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1942-43 1944-45 1945-46 1/7/48 1949-50 12/6/50 1951-52

RHODE ISLAND

Overall Series: W&M Leads, 4-2 (.667) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 3-1 (.750) In Radford: Tied, 1-1 (.500) Neutral Sites: None

PENN STATE

11/14/08 University Park, PA L

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Portland: None Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000)

RADFORD

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Philadelphia: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 12/19/47 Philadelphia, PA L 12/4/57 Philadelphia, PA L

PORTLAND

QUEENS

Overall Series: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Pace: None Neutral Sites: None 11/30/74 WILLIAMSBURG 11/29/80 WILLIAMSBURG

62-68 60-70 55-70

PURDUE

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Tulsa: None Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) 11/28/99 1-Honolulu, HI W 1-United Airlines Tip-Off Tournament

2/2/74 [13] WILLIAMSBURG L 2/1/75 Pittsburgh, PA L 1/3/04 [15] Pittsburgh, PA L 1-Steel Bowl

34-22 34-24 49-16 16-19 28-38 25-16 14-16 13-26 11-42 42-25 23-33 11-23 33-39 7-31 26-40 24-22 23-31 29-22 12-21 14-37 37-22

Overall Series: W&M trails, 97-98 (.497) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 55-30 (.647) In Richmond: W&M trails, 34-61 (.358) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 3-4 (.429) 1912-13 2/18/14 3/4/14 2/13/15 3/3/15 2/9/16 2/16/16 2/7/17 2/21/17 2/13/18 2/27/18 2/8/19 2/15/19 2/11/20 2/21/20 2/12/21 2/22/21 2/4/22 2/18/22 1/27/23 2/24/23 1923-24 1/23/25 2/25/25 1/15/26 3/2/26 1/18/27 2/26/27 1/17/28 2/4/28 1/19/28

Unknown W 34-15 WILLIAMSBURG W 32-26 Richmond, VA L 15-31 Richmond, VA L 17-22 WILLIAMSBURG W 29-27 WILLIAMSBURG W 38-33 Richmond, VA W 33-22 WILLIAMSBURG L 16-28 Richmond, VA L 17-37 WILLIAMSBURG W 34-25 Richmond, VA L 30-46 Richmond, VA W 33-17 WILLIAMSBURG W 20-19 Richmond, VA W 22-20 WILLIAMSBURG L 39-42 (ot) WILLIAMSBURG W 45-20 Richmond, VA W 38-23 WILLIAMSBURG W 26-13 Richmond, VA L 20-22 Richmond, VA L 15-31 WILLIAMSBURG W 32-22 Richmond, VA L 20-32 Richmond, VA L 33-42 WILLIAMSBURG L 26-27 Unknown L 19-30 Unknown L 23-30 Richmond, VA L 18-20 WILLIAMSBURG W 25-14 Unknown W 25-22 Unknown W 41-27 Richmond, VA L 32-36

2/21/29 1/18/30 2/22/30 2/9/31 2/21/31 2/6/32 2/20/32 2/4/33 2/23/33 2/3/34 2/20/34 2/8/35 2/26/35 2/25/36 3/2/36 2/4/37 2/17/37 2/14/38 2/26/38 2/11/39 2/23/39 1/10/40 2/19/40 2/3/41 2/20/41 1/13/42 2/17/42 1/12/43 2/2/43 1/15/44 2/18/44 1/12/45 1/19/46 2/10/46 1/11/47 1/18/47 1/17/48 2/28/48 2/9/49 2/26/49 2/4/50 2/25/50 1/20/51 2/24/51 1/19/52 2/23/52 1/17/53 2/28/53 1/16/54 2/27/54 1/15/55 2/26/55 3/3/55 12/29/55 1/14/56 2/25/56 3/1/56 1/12/57 3/2/57 1/11/58 3/1/58 1/10/59 2/21/59 2/26/59 12/30/59 1/9/60 2/20/60 12/30/61 1/7/61 2/25/61 1/6/62 2/24/62 12/29/62 1/5/63 2/23/63 1/11/64 2/22/64 1/16/65 2/20/65 1/15/66 2/19/66 1/14/67 2/24/67 1/13/68 2/24/68 12/21/68 1/18/69 2/22/69 12/11/69 2/21/70 12/1/70 12/3/70 1/9/71 2/27/71 3/5/71 1/8/72 2/26/72 3/2/72

WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W Richmond, VA W Unknown W Unknown W WILLIAMSBURG W Richmond, VA W Richmond, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W Richmond, VA L WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG L WILLIAMSBURG L WILLIAMSBURG L Richmond, VA L WILLIAMSBURG L Richmond, VA L Richmond, VA L WILLIAMSBURG L WILLIAMSBURG L Richmond, VA L Richmond, VA L WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W Richmond, VA L 1-Richmond, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W Richmond, VA W Richmond, VA W WILLIAMSBURG L Unknown L Richmond, VA L WILLIAMSBURG W Richmond, VA W WILLIAMSBURG L Richmond, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W Richmond, VA W Richmond, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W Richmond, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W Richmond, VA L Richmond, VA L WILLIAMSBURG L Richmond, VA L Richmond, VA L [13] Richmond, VA L Richmond, VA W 2-Richmond, VA L 3-Richmond, VA L Richmond, VA L WILLIAMSBURG W 2-Richmond, VA L Richmond, VA L WILLIAMSBURG L Richmond, VA W WILLIAMSBURG L WILLIAMSBURG W Richmond, VA L 2-Richmond, VA W 3-Richmond, VA L Richmond, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W 3-Richmond, VA L Richmond, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W Richmond, VA L WILLIAMSBURG W 3-Richmond, VA W Richmond, VA L WILLIAMSBURG W Richmond, VA L WILLIAMSBURG W Richmond, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W Richmond, VA L Richmond, VA L WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W Richmond, VA L 4-Salem, VA L Richmond, VA L WILLIAMSBURG (BG) L WILLIAMSBURG W Richmond, VA L 4-Hampton, VA W 4-Hampton, VA W Richmond, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W 2-Charlotte, NC L Richmond, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W 2-Greenville, SC W

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34-30 31-22 34-22 48-38 40-10 31-22 47-33 49-25 40-37 24-27 27-25 20-46 39-58 39-59 21-65 22-48 21-40 28-43 42-46 37-39 31-40 33-35 43-38 37-32 41-46 47-33 42-29 40-27 40-20 58-55 (ot) 42-47 37-58 38-39 44-40 47-45 34-40 50-47 52-47 61-47 82-53 50-47 81-54 64-46 76-58 86-70 61-80 78-82 70-76 73-85 63-68 71-92 93-78 75-90 60-72 53-75 79-77 62-79 55-68 73-82 72-66 67-79 (3ot) 83-65 66-71 87-69 65-71 90-76 64-42 87-101 63-60 105-84 65-73 54-49 76-59 55-59 75-39 52-53 84-53 61-59 87-77 71-65 63-76 78-90 79-69 98-92 (ot) 81-108 62-106 75-80 80-96 81-74 60-78 69-68 97-84 72-69 103-82 64-66 73-68 (ot) 85-62 98-82


2010 NIT PARTICIPANT

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Lawrenceville: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: None 1948-49 Lawrenceville, NJ

W

52-37

ROBERT MORRIS

1980-81 1-WILLIAMSBURG 1-ECAC South Tournament

W

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Winter Park: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: None W

L L L L L

79-66

66-59

ST. FRANCIS (NY)

Overall Series: Tied, 1-1 (.500) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Loretto: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None WILLIAMSBURG W Loretto, PA L

8-54 6-87 27-47 35-34 25-32 35-23 24-21 21-25 35-11 53-22 40-21 49-25 45-28

67-52 54-67

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-3 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In New York: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) 24-25 47-63 65-77

Overall Series: W&M leads, 2-1 (.667) In Williamsburg: None In Annapolis: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: None

2010-11 TRIBE Basketball

58-70

35-51 33-65 55-59 65-47 52-63 57-55 89-109 55-80

102-74

SIENA

1949-50 Loudonville, NY L 1/7/95 WILLIAMSBURG W

50-57 72-52

SOUTH CAROLINA

Overall Series: W&M trails, 1-3 (.250) In Williamsburg: Tied, 1-1 (.500) In Columbia: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 2/22/78 1/27/79 1/9/80 2/14/81

Columbia, SC L WILLIAMSBURG L Columbia, SC L WILLIAMSBURG W

54-67 54-62 67-74 77-68

SOUTH CAROLINA STATE

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Orangeburg: None Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000)

ST. JOHN’S COLLEGE

1925-26 Unknown W 1925-26 Unknown L 1926-27 Annapolis, MD W

W

29-18 21-36 36-29

11/28/08 1-Lynchburg, VA 1- Liberty Thanksgiving Classic

W

25-31 19-39 30-23 30-29

Overall Series: W&M trails, 2-3 (.400) In Williamsburg: Tied, 1-1 (.500) In Philadelphia: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) 12/29/76 1-Honolulu, HI W 1/24/80 WILLIAMSBURG L 1/28/81 2-Philadelphia, PA L 2/13/82 WILLIAMSBURG W 12/11/82 2-Philadelphia, PA L 1-Rainbow Classic; 2-The Palestra

68-65 55-56 68-80 68-59 61-62

TENNESSEE

Overall Series: W&M trails, 2-4 (.333) In Williamsburg: None In Knoxville: W&M trails, 2-4 (.333) Neutral Sites: None 12/6/54 1/2/56 1/1/57 12/30/57 12/5/59 12/5/60

Knoxville, TN L Knoxville, TN W [12] Knoxville, TN L Knoxville, TN L Knoxville, TN W Knoxville, TN L

79-91 93-83 68-81 62-84 77-71 76-83 (ot)

TEXAS

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Austin: None Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) 12/29/61 Lubbock, TX L 12/5/87 1-Stanford, CA L 1-Apple Invitational

71-84 73-78

TCU

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Fort Worth: None Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) 12/30/64 1-El Paso, TX L 1-Sun Carnival Classic

71-76

UTEP

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In El Paso: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) 12/21/63 1-Jonesboro, AR L 51-61 12/29/64 2-El Paso, TX L 50-56 1-Arkansas State Tournament; 2-Sun Carnival Classic

74-63

SMU

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Dallas: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 12/17/91 Dallas, TX L

Unknown L Unknown L Unknown W Unknown W

TEMPLE

Overall Series: W&M trails, 2-6 (.250) In Williamsburg: None In South Orange: W&M trails, 2-5 (.286) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000)

12/22/92 WILLIAMSBURG

94-67 61-60 82-91 (ot) 68-73 72-51

Overall Series: W&M Tied, 2-2 (.500) In Williamsburg: None In Steven’s Tech: None Neutral Sites: None 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Santa Clara: None Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000)

Overall Series: Tied, 1-1 (.500) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Loudonville: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None

ST. FRANCIS (PA)

2/17/66 12/6/66

67-78

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Winchester: None Neutral Sites: None 32-28 80-60

12/29/71 1-Winter Park, FL W 12/28/77 1-Winter Park, FL W 12/30/88 Deland, FL L 11/27/96 Deland, FL L 11/15/97 WILLIAMSBURG W 1-Tangerine Bowl Classic

STEVEN’S TECH

SHENANDOAH

Overall Series: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Brooklyn Heights: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) 1939-40 Brooklyn Heights, NY W 11/28/03 1-Washington, DC W 1-Red Auerbach Colonial Classic

91-44 104-67 105-69

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Samford: None Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000)

1/6/40 South Orange, NJ L 12/20/46 South Orange, NJ L 12/23/48 South Orange, NJ L 12/30/49 South Orange, NJ W 12/3/51 South Orange, NJ L 1/1/54 South Orange, NJ W 12/17/54 South Orange, NJ L 12/30/55 1-Richmond, VA L 1-UR Invitational

64-87

Overall Series: W&M leads, 3-2 (.600) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Deland: W&M trails, 0-2 (.00) Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000)

Overall Series: W&M leads, 3-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 3-0 (1.000) In St. Mary’s: None Neutral Sites: None W W W

12/4/87 1-Stanford, CA L 1-Apple Invitational

STETSON

SETON HALL 78-97 75-76 70-88 90-100 71-79

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Laurinburg: None Neutral Sites: None W

43-52 60-69

ST. MARY’S

12/21/98 1-Stanford, CA L 1-Stanford Invitational

ST. ANDREW’S

11/24/89 WILLIAMSBURG

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Stanford: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None

SANTA CLARA

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-5 (.000) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) In Piscataway: W&M trails, 0-3 (.000) Neutral Sites: None Piscataway, NJ WILLIAMSBURG Piscataway, NJ [3] WILLIAMSBURG Piscataway, NJ

2/13/39 Philadelphia, PA L 11/26/77 1-Richmond, VA L 1-Spider Classic

12/27/93 1-Spokane, WA L 1-Shootout Spokane

RUTGERS

2/10/73 1/29/74 2/26/75 2/25/76 1/10/78

STANFORD

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Philadelphia: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000)

SAMFORD 73-50

ROLLINS

12/29/77 1-Winter Park, FL 1-Tangerine Bowl Classic

ST. JOSEPH’S

1/20/75 WILLIAMSBURG 12/10/79 WILLIAMSBURG 2/26/81 WILLIAMSBURG

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Moon Township: None Neutral Sites: None

1932-33 Jamaica, NY L 12/2/50 1-New York, NY L 12/12/59 2-Pittsburgh, PA L 1-Madison Square Garden; 2-Steel Bowl

Overall Series: W&M leads, 20-8 (.714) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 8-1 (.889) In Roanoke: W&M leads, 7-5 (.583) Neutral Sites: None Unknown L Unknown L Roanoke, VA L Unknown W Roanoke, VA L Unknown W Unknown W Roanoke, VA L Roanoke, VA W Unknown W Roanoke, VA W Unknown W WILLIAMSBURG W

30-26 36-26 41-40 15-39 43-36 41-37 44-27 41-25 39-48 21-40 68-32 77-45 53-50 44-43 69-67

ST. JOHN’S UNIVERSITY

ROANOKE

1916-17 1918-19 1923-24 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1928-29 1929-30 1929-30 1930-31 1930-31 1931-32

Roanoke, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W Roanoke, VA L Roanoke, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W Roanoke, VA W Roanoke, VA L WILLIAMSBURG L WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W Roanoke, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W Roanoke, VA W

HISTORY

RIDER

1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1933-34 1934-35 1934-25 1935-36 1935-36 1936-37 1936-37 1946-47 1948-49 2/21/50 2/1/79 12/29/79

Opponent Series History

1/6/73 WILLIAMSBURG L 58-65 2/24/73 Richmond, VA W 66-64 12/11/73 WILLIAMSBURG W 73-71 (ot) 2/23/74 Richmond, VA L 81-88 2/6/75 Richmond, VA L 75-84 2/22/75 WILLIAMSBURG W 72-60 1/31/76 WILLIAMSBURG L 72-80 2/21/76 Richmond, VA W 107-102 3/3/76 2-Greenville, SC L 78-84 1/15/77 Richmond, VA W 67-62 2/19/77 WILLIAMSBURG L 77-78 1/14/78 WILLIAMSBURG W 75-43 2/18/78 Richmond, VA W 59-48 12/30/78 5-Richmond, VA L 62-64 (ot) 1/13/79 Richmond, VA L 72-83 2/17/79 WILLIAMSBURG W 68-64 1/19/80 WILLIAMSBURG W 82-81 2/9/80 Richmond, VA W 83-74 2/26/80 6-WILLIAMSBURG W 78-77 1/14/81 Richmond, VA W 44-42 2/11/81 WILLIAMSBURG L 51-53 1/20/82 WILLIAMSBURG W 70-47 2/6/82 Richmond, VA L 55-60 1/26/83 WILLIAMSBURG W 76-68 2/23/83 Richmond, VA W 49-47 1/28/84 Richmond, VA L 60-69 3/3/84 WILLIAMSBURG W 83-65 1/26/85 WILLIAMSBURG L 76-82 (ot) 3/2/85 Richmond, VA L 58-68 1/4/86 Richmond, VA L 36-52 2/1/86 [20] WILLIAMSBURG L 47-67 3/1/86 7-Richmond, VA L 50-61 1/3/87 WILLIAMSBURG L 66-68 1/31/87 Richmond, VA L 50-70 1/30/88 WILLIAMSBURG L 69-77 2/27/88 Richmond, VA L 65-73 1/28/89 Richmond, VA L 60-76 2/25/89 WILLIAMSBURG L 68-76 1/27/90 WILLIAMSBURG L 66-71 2/24/90 Richmond, VA L 54-72 1/26/91 Richmond, VA L 63-80 2/23/91 WILLIAMSBURG W 71-69 1/18/92 Richmond, VA L 65-82 2/15/92 WILLIAMSBURG L 54-83 1/20/93 Richmond, VA L 53-54 2/22/93 WILLIAMSBURG W 66-63 1/17/94 Richmond, VA L 63-85 2/5/94 WILLIAMSBURG L 73-105 1/24/95 Richmond, VA W 75-71 2/4/95 WILLIAMSBURG L 64-66 1/10/96 Richmond, VA W 79-78 2/3/96 WILLIAMSBURG W 81-64 1/11/97 Richmond, VA L 72-82 2/8/97 WILLIAMSBURG W 57-50 1/19/98 Richmond, VA L 59-70 2/7/98 WILLIAMSBURG W 73-70 12/5/98 WILLIAMSBURG W 56-55 2/20/99 Richmond, VA L 65-82 1/15/00 Richmond, VA L 64-77 2/19/00 WILLIAMSBURG L 60-71 1/20/01 Richmond, VA W 60-57 2/3/01 WILLIAMSBURG L 49-57 12/31/05 Richmond, VA L 50-52 12/31/06 WILLIAMSBURG W 61-53 11/28/07 Richmond, VA L 55-58 11/19/09 WILLIAMSBURG W 78-71 1-Cavalier Arena; 2-Southern Conference Tournament; 3-UR Invitational; 4-Big 5 Tournament; 5-Times-Dispatch Invitational; 6-ECAC South Tournament; 7-CAA Tournament

TEXAS SOUTHERN

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: None In Houston: None Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) 12/29/97 1-Wichita, KS 1-Cessna Classic

W

83-76

55-66

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COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY TEXAS TECH

HISTORY

Opponent Series History

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Lubbock: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 12/28/61 Lubbock, TX L 11/16/01 1-Lubbock, TX L 1-Red Raider Classic

70-91 55-75

TOLEDO

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Toledo: W&M trails, 0-1 (.00) Neutral Sites: None 12/29/95 1-Toldo, OH L 1-MVP Classic

72-76

TOWSON

Overall Series: W&M leads, 11-10 (.524) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 8-3 (.727) In Towson: W&M trails, 3-6 (.333) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) 1948-49 WILLIAMSBURG W 12/30/83 WILLIAMSBURG W 11/23/85 Towson, MD L 1/7/87 WILLIAMSBURG W 1/16/89 Towson, MD L 2/2/02 WILLIAMSBURG W 2/9/02 Towson, MD L 1/4/03 WILLIAMSBURG W 2/12/03 Towson, MD W 1/14/04 Towson, MD L 2/18/04 WILLIAMSBURG W 3/5/04 1-Richmond, VA L 1/26/05 WILLIAMSBURG W 2/26/05 Towson, MD W 12/3/05 Towson, MD L 12/5/06 WILLIAMSBURG L 1/19/08 WILLIAMSBURG W 2/16/08 Towson, MD L 1/28/09 WILLIAMSBURG L 2/18/09 Towson, MD W 2/24/10 WILLIAMSBURG L 1-CAA Tournament

94-31 63-45 56-66 65-52 78-98 62-45 58-61 74-55 59-52 67-73 74-68 65-70 83-65 57-50 45-76 60-73 61-51 52-64 56-69 76-54 77-83

TULSA

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Tulsa: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 12/29/86 1-Tulsa, OK L 1-First Tulsa Classic

60-79

VANDERBILT

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-4 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Nashville: W&M trails, 0-4 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 1/3/55 1/3/56 1/2/57 12/29/99

Nashville, TN [4] Nashville, TN [9] Nashville, TN Nashville, TN

L L L L

61-86 80-89 (ot) 65-80 60-81

VASSAR

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Poughkeepsie: None Neutral Sites: None 12/19/09 WILLIAMSBURG

W

94-48

VILLANOVA

VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-5 (.000) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Villanova: W&M trails, 0-3 (.000) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) 1941-42 1948-49 3/7/51 12/15/56 12/30/87 1-Cotton

Villanova, PA Villanova, PA WILLIAMSBURG Villanova, PA 1-Atlanta, GA

L L L L L

28-49 48-70 59-87 73-81 57-76

VIRGINIA

Overall Series: W&M trails, 29-49 (.372) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 17-14 (.548) In Charlottesville: W&M trails, 8-32 (.200) Neutral Sites: Tied, 2-2 (.500) 1905-06 Unknown W 1907-08 WILLIAMSBURG L 1907-08 Charlottesville, VA L

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1908-09 Charlottesville, VA L 19-25 1908-09 Richmond, VA L 28-32 1909-10 Charlottesville, VA L 16-36 1920-21 Charlottesville, VA L 15-46 1921-22 Charlottesville, VA L 20-36 1922-23 Charlottesville, VA L 19-35 1923-24 WILLIAMSBURG W 25-22 1929-30 Charlottesville, VA W 33-17 1930-31 Charlottesville, VA L 34-36 1931-32 Charlottesville, VA L 32-33 1932-33 Charlottesville, VA L 35-45 1933-34 Charlottesville, VA L 27-42 1934-35 Charlottesville, VA L 21-25 1934-35 Newport News, VA W 45-31 1935-36 Charlottesville, VA W 32-24 1935-36 WILLIAMSBURG W 47-35 1936-37 Charlottesville, VA L 30-33 1936-37 WILLIAMSBURG L 21-52 1937-38 Charlottesville, VA W 31-27 1937-38 WILLIAMSBURG W 41-40 1938-39 WILLIAMSBURG W 48-38 1938-39 WILLIAMSBURG L 37-39 1939-40 Charlottesville, VA L 31-49 1939-40 WILLIAMSBURG W 29-28 1940-41 Charlottesville, VA L 32-48 1940-41 WILLIAMSBURG L 40-41 1941-42 WILLIAMSBURG W 39-24 1941-42 Charlottesville, VA L 30-38 1944-45 Unknown W 37-24 1944-45 Unknown L 37-41 1946-47 WILLIAMSBURG W 59-40 1946-47 Charlottesville, VA L 46-52 1947-48 WILLIAMSBURG W 51-33 1948-49 Charlottesville, VA L 44-58 1949-50 WILLIAMSBURG W 76-58 2/13/51 WILLIAMSBURG W 78-48 1951-52 WILLIAMSBURG W 70-59 1951-52 Charlottesville, VA W 87-85 12/13/52 Charlottesville, VA W 87-71 2/14/53 WILLIAMSBURG W 105-84 1957-58 WILLIAMSBURG W 73-69 1958-59 Charlottesville, VA L 74-85 1959-60 WILLIAMSBURG W 82-70 1960-61 Charlottesville, VA W 80-50 1960-61 1-Richmond, VA W 91-75 12/12/61 WILLIAMSBURG W 71-63 12/11/62 Charlottesville, VA W 71-69 2/8/64 WILLIAMSBURG L 54-56 12/1/64 Charlottesville, VA L 58-72 12/1/65 WILLIAMSBURG W 93-82 12/1/66 Charlottesville, VA L 65-80 12/20/69 2-Hampton, VA L 72-92 1/29/70 WILLIAMSBURG L 81-87 (ot) 12/17/70 Charlottesville, VA L 87-107 12/15/71 [19] WILLIAMSBURG L 62-82 12/16/72 Charlottesville, VA L 80-90 2/18/74 WILLIAMSBURG L 62-72 12/11/74 Charlottesville, VA L 51-73 1/19/76 WILLIAMSBURG L 60-80 1/10/77 Charlottesville, VA W 71-85 2/20/78 [17] WILLIAMSBURG L 49-62 1/10/79 Charlottesville, VA L 56-95 2/21/79 WILLIAMSBURG L 40-44 2/20/80 Charlottesville, VA L 55-63 12/6/80 [7] WILLIAMSBURG L 68-88 12/8/83 Charlottesville, VA L 41-52 12/5/84 WILLIAMSBURG W 54-53 1/8/86 Charlottesville, VA L 47-67 11/25/91 Charlottesville, VA L 43-78 1/25/93 [15] WILLIAMSBURG L 84-93 (ot) 12/1/93 [12] Charlottesville, VA L 71-84 11/27/95 [15] Charlottesville, VA L 58-87 12/4/96 [25] WILLIAMSBURG L 64-75 11/19/97 Charlottesville, VA L 45-59 1/5/04 Charlottesville L 71-84 1-UR Invitational; 2-Big 5 Tournament

2-0 (for.) 21-36 8-30

Overall Series: W&M trails, 12-35 (.255) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 7-14 (.333) In Richmond: W&M trails, 2-19 (.095) Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 3-2 (.600) 11/25/77 2/1/78 12/29/78 1/24/79 12/8/79 2/12/80 12/3/80 2/24/81 1/11/82 2/23/82 1/31/83 12/6/83 1/30/86 12/4/86 1/4/96

1-Richmond, VA W 55-54 WILLIAMSBURG L 62-73 2-Richmond, VA L 62-64 Richmond, VA L 46-67 WILLIAMSBURG L 54-57 Richmond, VA L 56-64 Richmond, VA L 58-77 WILLIAMSBURG L 67-68 (ot) Richmond, VA L 62-63 (ot) WILLIAMSBURG L 63-65 WILLIAMSBURG L 49-50 Richmond, VA L 38-41 Richmond, VA L 44-60 WILLIAMSBURG L 64-73 WILLIAMSBURG L 47-70

2/7/96 Richmond, VA L 68-83 1/20/97 WILLIAMSBURG W 69-61 2/1/97 Richmond, VA L 50-77 2/28/97 3-Richmond, VA W 77-63 1/3/98 WILLIAMSBURG W 67-53 2/23/98 Richmond, VA W 72-67 1/25/99 Richmond, VA L 69-88 2/6/99 WILLIAMSBURG L 67-83 1/12/00 Richmond, VA W 73-65 2/5/00 WILLIAMSBURG W 85-56 1/13/01 WILLIAMSBURG W 65-63 2/8/01 Richmond, VA L 59-70 1/12/02 WILLIAMSBURG W 92-81 2/25/03 Richmond, VA L 60-68 1/18/03 WILLIAMSBURG W 88-83 (2ot) 2/19/03 Richmond, VA L 73-93 12/6/03 Richmond, VA L 60-71 2/28/04 WILLIAMSBURG L 59-74 1/22/05 WILLIAMSBURG L 77-79 (ot) 2/23/05 Richmond, VA L 69-91 1/19/06 Richmond, VA L 60-69 2/25/06 WILLIAMSBURG L 59-77 3/3/06 3-Richmond, VA L 59-62 1/10/07 WILLIAMSBURG L 77-88 1/29/07 Richmond, VA L 68-90 12/5/07 Richmond, VA L 57-71 3/1/08 WILLIAMSBURG L 43-54 3/9/08 3-Richmond, VA W 56-54 12/6/08 WILLIAMSBURG L 50-66 2/7/09 Richmond, VA L 54-76 12/5/09 WILLIAMSBURG W 75-74 1/20/10 Richmond, VA L 59-81 1-Spider Classic; 2-Times-Dispatch Invitational; 3-CAA Tournament

VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE Overall Series: W&M leads, 76-40 (.655) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 41-11 (.788) In Lexington: W&M leads, 30-24 (.556) Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 3-0 (1.000) 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1923-24 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1933-34 1934-35 1934-35 1935-36 1935-36 1936-37 1936-37 1937-38 1937-38 1938-39 1938-39 1939-40 1939-40 1940-41 1940-41 1941-42 1941-42 1942-43 1942-43 1944-45 1945-46 1945-46 1946-47 1946-47 1947-48 1947-48 1948-49 1948-49 1949-50 1949-50 2/10/51 2/20/51 1951-52 2/19/52 1952-53 1952-53 1953-54 1953-54 1954-55 2/12/55 1955-56 1955-56 2/14/57 2/18/57 1957-58

Unknown L Unknown L Unknown L Unknown L Unknown L Lexington, VA L Lexington, VA L Lexington, VA W Lexington, VA W Lexington, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W Lexington, VA L WILLIAMSBURG L Lexington, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W Lexington, VA L WILLIAMSBURG W Lexington, VA L WILLIAMSBURG L Lexington, VA L WILLIAMSBURG L WILLIAMSBURG L WILLIAMSBURG L Lexington, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG L Lexington, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W Lexington, VA L WILLIAMSBURG L Unknown W Lexington, VA W Unknown W Lexington, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W Lexington, VA W Lexington, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W Lexington, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W Lexington, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W Lexington, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W Lexington, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W Lexington, VA L Lexington, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W Lexington, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W Lexington, VA W Lexington, VA W

13-24 18-45 20-42 24-53 6-66 20-38 19-32 40-22 29-28 28-10 27-21 19-23 26-32 27-23 43-36 37-41 50-48 39-42 26-49 26-29 30-35 43-48 31-45 42-32 59-36 43-35 36-43 47-42 33-32 38-41 33-41 43-24 39-28 60-32 63-56 66-32 53-39 53-52 77-54 75-37 68-43 74-57 87-67 76-43 80-53 86-71 88-64 88-54 71-67 62-81 88-68 89-66 81-72 89-78 83-66 65-58 79-61

1957-58 WILLIAMSBURG W 12/15/58 WILLIAMSBURG W 1958-59 Lexington, VA W 1959-60 Lexington, VA W 1959-60 WILLIAMSBURG W 1960-61 WILLIAMSBURG W 1960-61 Lexington, VA W 1961-62 Lexington, VA L 2/17/62 WILLIAMSBURG W 1/15/63 WILLIAMSBURG W 2/15/63 Lexington, VA W 12/6/63 Lexington, VA W 2/15/64 Lexington, VA L 12/17/64 WILLIAMSBURG W 2/10/65 Lexington, VA L 1/8/66 Lexington, VA L 2/12/66 WILLIAMSBURG W 2/7/67 WILLIAMSBURG W 2/17/67 Lexington, VA L 12/20/67 WILLIAMSBURG W 2/5/68 Lexington, VA L 1/30/69 Lexington, VA L 2/15/69 WILLIAMSBURG (BG) W 12/19/69 1-Hampton, VA W 2/10/70 Lexington, VA L 2/14/70 WILLIAMSBURG W 12/19/70 WILLIAMSBURG (BG) W 2/16/71 Lexington, VA W 1970-71 2-Charlotte, NC W 1/25/72 WILLIAMSBURG W 2/22/72 Lexington, VA L 1/31/73 WILLIAMSBURG W 2/20/73 Lexington, VA L 1/22/74 Lexington, VA W 2/6/74 Lexington, VA W 1/22/75 Lexington, VA L 2/19/75 WILLIAMSBURG W 1/21/76 [20] Lexington, VA L 2/7/76 WILLIAMSBURG W 1/12/77 Lexington, VA L 2/16/77 [19] WILLIAMSBURG W 2/15/78 WILLIAMSBURG L 2/4/81 Lexington, VA W 12/2/81 WILLIAMSBURG W 2/16/83 Lexington, VA W 1/18/84 WILLIAMSBURG W 2/6/85 Lexington, VA L 1/22/86 WILLIAMSBURG W 2/11/87 Lexington, VA L 1/11/88 WILLIAMSBURG W 2/6/89 Lexington, VA L 2/5/90 WILLIAMSBURG L 1/23/91 Lexington, VA W 2/18/92 WILLIAMSBURG L 2/3/93 Lexington, VA W 2/9/94 WILLIAMSBURG W 1/26/95 Blacksburg, VA W 1/17/96 WILLIAMSBURG W 12/20/07 WILLIAMSBURG L 1-Big 5 Tournament; 2-Southern Conference Tournament

96-78 82-69 86-60 79-78 89-67 66-58 86-77 71-74 102-84 80-71 75-65 56-51 65-70 66-63 57-61 74-89 94-67 64-57 67-81 96-82 62-68 71-72 83-78 75-64 68-74 77-58 75-49 85-69 69-65 76-59 35-37 77-59 64-66 85-68 67-65 69-71 67-66 78-84 68-62 79-92 86-84 59-60 75-63 84-57 77-65 73-55 48-50 71-64 68-76 69-59 64-66 66-86 58-46 68-76 77-67 79-68 95-86 90-49 72-83

VIRGINIA TECH

Overall Series: W&M trails, 41-76 (.350) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 25-26 (.490) In Blacksburg: W&M trails, 11-45 (.196) Neutral Sites: Tied, 4-4 (.500) 1916-17 1923-24 1929-30 1934-35 1934-35 1935-36 1935-36 1936-37 1936-37 1937-38 1937-38 1938-39 1938-39 1939-40 1939-40 1940-41 1940-41 1941-42 1941-42 1942-43 1942-43 1943-44 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1946-47 1947-48 1947-48 1948-49

Unknown L Blacksburg, VA L Blacksburg, VA L Blacksburg, VA L WILLIAMSBURG W Blacksburg, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W Blacksburg, VA L WILLIAMSBURG L Blacksburg, VA L WILLIAMSBURG L Blacksburg, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W Blacksburg, VA W Blacksburg, VA W WILLIAMSBURG W Blacksburg, VA W WILLIAMSBURG L Blacksburg, VA L WILLIAMSBURG W Blacksburg, VA L WILLIAMSBURG L Unknown W Blacksburg, VA L WILLIAMSBURG W Blacksburg, VA L Blacksburg, VA L WILLIAMSBURG W Blacksburg, VA L

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2010 NIT PARTICIPANT VIRGINIA WESLEYAN

Overall Series: W&M leads, 6-0 (.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 6-0 (.000) In Norfolk: None Neutral Sites: None 1/16/79 2/1/84 2/2/88 12/22/90 11/22/91 12/19/92

WILLIAMSBURG WILLIAMSBURG WILLIAMSBURG WILLIAMSBURG WILLIAMSBURG WILLIAMSBURG

W W W W W W

67-62 107-73 81-48 92-73 79-62 81-63

WAGNER

Overall Series: W&M leads, 3-1 (.750) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 3-0 (1.000) In Staten Island: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 12/14/74 1/3/76 11/20/06 11/20/07

WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W WILLIAMSBURG W Staten Island, NY L

77-65 80-52 77-53 81-88

WAKE FOREST

Overall Series: W&M trails, 12-33 (.267) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 5-12 (.294) In Winston-Salem: W&M trails, 3-13 (.188) Neutral Sites: Tied, 2-2 (.500)

WASHINGTON COLLEGE

Overall Series: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 2-0 (1.000) In Chestertown: None Neutral Sites: None 1/10/76 WILLIAMSBURG 11/20/99 WILLIAMSBURG

W W

105-60 92-39

WASHINGTON & LEE

Overall Series: W&M leads, 27-26 (.509) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 17-7 (.708) In Lexington: W&M trails, 10-17 (.370) Neutral Sites: None 1917-18 1918-19 1923-24 1926-27 1928-29 1929-30

Unknown Unknown Lexington, VA Lexington, VA Lexington, VA Lexington, VA

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L L L L L L

25-27 9-67 16-39 25-34 19-47 33-52

Lexington, VA L 31-44 Lexington, VA L 17-31 Lexington, VA L 36-52 Lexington, VA L 27-44 Lexington, VA W 38-36 Lexington, VA L 20-57 WILLIAMSBURG W 58-56 Lexington, VA L 15-64 Lexington, VA L 20-42 WILLIAMSBURG L 40-61 Lexington, VA L 42-62 WILLIAMSBURG L 37-46 Lexington, VA L 39-49 WILLIAMSBURG L 33-36 (ot) Lexington, VA L 29-35 WILLIAMSBURG W 34-32 (ot) Lexington, VA W 41-37 WILLIAMSBURG L 27-31 Lexington, VA W 34-33 WILLIAMSBURG W 52-42 WILLIAMSBURG L 56-61 WILLIAMSBURG W 58-37 Lexington, VA L 49-51 WILLIAMSBURG W 71-47 Lexington, VA W 42-39 WILLIAMSBURG W 89-46 WILLIAMSBURG W 80-56 Lexington, VA W 70-57 WILLIAMSBURG W 76-55 WILLIAMSBURG W 73-65 Lexington, VA W 84-82 WILLIAMSBURG W 89-75 Lexington, VA W 87-62 WILLIAMSBURG W 94-73 Lexington, VA W 73-58 WILLIAMSBURG W 68-54 WILLIAMSBURG W 78-73 WILLIAMSBURG L 67-86 WILLIAMSBURG W 79-70 Lexington, VA L 57-70 Lexington, VA L 72-79 WILLIAMSBURG L 58-80 Lexington, VA W 86-84 WILLIAMSBURG W 88-72 Lexington, VA W 63-60 WILLIAMSBURG W 109-62 WILLIAMSBURG W 70-55

12/3/69 Morgantown, WV L 1/3/70 Hampton, VA W 2/16/72 Morgantown, WV L 2/15/73 WILLIAMSBURG W 2/7/77 Charleston, WV L 11/30/77 WILLIAMSBURG W 11/29/78 Morgantown, WV L 12/5/79 WILLIAMSBURG W 12/7/82 Morgantown, WV L 1-Southern Conference Tournament

80-106 83-76 71-87 69-66 58-69 72-61 39-45 63-62 51-65

WICHITA STATE

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Williamsburg: None In Wichita: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 12/28/97 1-Wichita, KS L 1-Cessna Classic

74-76 (ot)

WINTHROP

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Rock Hill: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 1/10/00 Rock Hill, SC L 11/25/00 WILLIAMSBURG L

64-71 54-65

WOFFORD

Overall Series: Tied, 1-1 (.500) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Spartanburg: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 12/20/99 WILLIAMSBURG W 11/29/00 Spartanburg, SC L

80-65 63-67

XAVIER

Overall Series: W&M trails, 0-2 (.000) In Williamsburg: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) In Cincinnati: W&M trails, 0-1 (.000) Neutral Sites: None 1940-41 WILLIAMSBURG L 3/7/49 1-Cincinnati, OH L 1-Cincinnati Invitational Tournament

HISTORY

1911-12 Unknown L 4-31 1922-23 Unknown L 33-38 1923-24 Unknown L 28-30 1923-24 Unknown L 30-38 1924-25 Unknown L 24-35 1925-26 Unknown L 19-37 1927-28 Unknown W 48-24 1927-28 Unknown W 42-28 1935-36 WILLIAMSBURG W 41-30 1936-37 Winston-Salem, NC L 29-49 1936-37 WILLIAMSBURG L 25-61 1938-39 Winston-Salem, NC L 35-58 1938-39 WILLIAMSBURG L 42-46 1940-41 1-Raleigh, NC W 52-34 1945-46 WILLIAMSBURG L 34-36 1945-46 Winston-Salem, NC L 51-59 1945-46 1-Raleigh, NC L 31-42 1946-47 WILLIAMSBURG L 33-40 1947-48 WILLIAMSBURG L 52-61 1947-48 1-Durham, NC W 61-56 1948-49 WILLIAMSBURG W 52-47 1949-50 Winston-Salem, NC W 48-34 1949-50 WILLIAMSBURG L 49-61 12/9/50 WILLIAMSBURG W 71-49 1/13/51 Winston-Salem, NC L 50-72 1/7/52 WILLIAMSBURG W 97-75 2/10/53 Norfolk, VA L 76-78 2/20/54 WILLIAMSBURG L 56-57 (ot) 12/18/67 Winston-Salem, NC L 79-108 12/17/68 Fort Eustis L 58-98 12/14/70 Winston-Salem, NC L 70-93 12/8/71 WILLIAMSBURG L 60-75 12/6/72 WILLIAMSBURG L 71-86 1/25/73 Winston-Salem, NC L 79-93 12/6/73 Winston-Salem, NC L 58-78 12/21/74 WILLIAMSBURG W 59-58 12/9/75 Winston-Salem, NC L 69-82 12/8/76 [11] WILLIAMSBURG L 84-90 (ot) 1/17/83 Winston-Salem, NC W 80-63 1/11/84 [12] Winston-Salem, NC L 53-80 1/2/85 Winston-Salem, NC L 47-64 2/13/90 Winston-Salem, NC L 52-77 2/4/91 WILLIAMSBURG L 74-93 11/24/98 Winston-Salem, NC L 57-75 11/28/09 Winston-Salem, NC W 78-68 1-Southern Conference Tournament

1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1937-38 1938-39 1938-39 1939-40 1939-40 1940-41 1940-41 1941-42 1941-42 1942-43 1942-43 1946-47 1946-47 1947-48 2/24/48 1948-49 1948-49 1949-50 1949-50 1/6/51 1/17/51 1951-52 1951-52 1952-53 2/21/53 2/6/54 1953-54 1954-55 1954-55 1955-56 1955-56 12/6/56 2/22/57 1957-58 2/21/58 1958-59 1958-59 11/28/01

Opponent Series History

1948-49 WILLIAMSBURG W 62-47 1949-50 WILLIAMSBURG W 64-50 1949-50 Blacksburg, VA L 47-60 2/2/51 WILLIAMSBURG W 73-67 2/19/51 Blacksburg, VA L 77-82 1951-52 WILLIAMSBURG W 85-79 1951-52 Blacksburg, VA W 86-76 1952-53 WILLIAMSBURG W 91-74 1952-53 Blacksburg, VA L 74-75 1953-54 WILLIAMSBURG W 82-66 2/8/54 Blacksburg, VA W 66-52 1954-55 1-Richmond, VA W 82-67 1954-55 Blacksburg, VA W 75-69 1954-55 WILLIAMSBURG W 105-73 1955-56 Blacksburg, VA W 66-57 2/20/56 WILLIAMSBURG W 79-74 1/18/57 WILLIAMSBURG W 72-70 2/16/57 Blacksburg, VA L 83-94 3/7/57 2-Richmond, VA L 56-64 1957-58 WILLIAMSBURG L 75-87 1957-58 Blacksburg, VA L 68-72 3/6/58 2-Richmond, VA W 79-61 1958-59 WILLIAMSBURG W 59-58 1958-59 Blacksburg, VA L 68-74 1959-60 WILLIAMSBURG L 91-92 1959-60 Blacksburg, VA L 66-82 1960-61 WILLIAMSBURG W 74-60 1960-61 Blacksburg, VA L 67-85 1961-62 WILLIAMSBURG L 49-63 1961-62 Blacksburg, VA L 65-104 12/8/62 Blacksburg, VA L 71-77 (ot) 1/10/63 WILLIAMSBURG W 78-63 2/28/63 2-Richmond, VA L 72-74 1/16/64 WILLIAMSBURG L 66-73 2/10/64 Blacksburg, VA L 86-90 (2ot) 1/12/65 WILLIAMSBURG L 75-89 2/16/65 Blacksburg, VA L 57-76 2/26/65 2-Charlotte, NC W 70-59 12/6/65 Blacksburg, VA L 63-95 1/4/66 WILLIAMSBURG L 69-76 1/4/67 WILLIAMSBURG L 69-96 2/2/67 Blacksburg, VA L 79-84 1/8/68 Blacksburg, VA L 70-90 2/17/68 Fort Eustis L 72-78 (ot) 12/20/68 3-Salem, VA L 72-83 1/4/69 Fort Eustis L 60-75 1/13/69 Blacksburg, VA L 46-77 12/6/69 Blacksburg, VA L 84-93 12/18/69 3-Hampton, VA W 84-79 1/10/70 WILLIAMSBURG L 72-92 12/2/70 3-Hampton, VA L 78-88 2/3/71 WILLIAMSBURG L 62-74 2/8/71 Blacksburg, VA L 63-91 1/29/72 Blacksburg, VA L 65-87 2/10/72 WILLIAMSBURG L 69-90 12/13/72 WILLIAMSBURG L 77-98 1/29/73 Blacksburg, VA L 92-127 1/31/74 Blacksburg, VA L 61-80 2/11/74 WILLIAMSBURG L 54-72 1/28/75 WILLIAMSBURG W 76-69 2/12/75 Blacksburg, VA L 75-101 1/28/76 Blacksburg, VA L 79-105 2/11/76 [18] WILLIAMSBURG L 48-50 12/9/79 Blacksburg, VA L 59-84 2/12/79 WILLIAMSBURG L 49-55 1/10/81 Blacksburg, VA W 51-43 1/21/81 WILLIAMSBURG W 48-46 (3ot) 12/5/81 Blacksburg, VA L 60-76 2/8/82 WILLIAMSBURG W 66-51 1982-83 4-Blacksburg, VA L 79-85 12/3/88 Blacksburg, VA L 75-96 12/9/89 WILLIAMSBURG L 53-76 12/1/90 Blacksburg, VA L 64-66 12/7/91 WILLIAMSBURG W 66-60 2/1/93 Blacksburg, VA L 66-70 1/22/94 WILLIAMSBURG L 79-95 12/3/94 Blacksburg, VA L 53-77 12/2/95 [22] WILLIAMSBURG L 66-71 1/9/97 Blacksburg, VA L 46-71 11/19/97 WILLIAMSBURG L 64-66 11/14/98 Blacksburg, VA L 50-59 11/22/99 WILLIAMSBURG L 57-59 11/20/00 Blacksburg, VA W 48-46 12/7/02 WILLIAMSBURG W 60-52 12/23/02 Blacksburg, VA L 54-80 11/28/04 WILLIAMSBURG L 63-80 12/27/05 Blacksburg, VA L 64-74 1-UR Invitational; 2-Southern Conference Tournament; 3-Big 5 Tournament; 4-National Invitational Tournament

50-61 65-82

WESTERN MARYLAND

Overall Series: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Williamsburg: W&M leads, 1-0 (1.000) In Westminster: None Neutral Sites: None 1947-48 WILLIAMSBURG

W

75-49

WEST VIRGINIA

Overall Series: W&M trails, 9-36 (.200) In Williamsburg: Tied, 6-6 (.500) In Morgantown: W&M trails, 1-23 (.042) Neutral Sites: W&M trails, 2-7 (.222) 3/1/51 12/20/51 3/6/52 12/17/52 1/9/54 3/4/54 2/14/55 2/13/56 2/22/56 1/14/57 2/25/57 12/13/57 2/10/58 3/8/58 1/13/59 1/30/59 2/27/59 1/11/60 1/30/60 2/26/60 12/3/60 1/28/61 3/3/61 12/2/61 1/27/62 2/9/63 12/18/63 2/27/64 12/14/64 2/27/65 2/25/66 12/3/66 12/2/67 1/29/68 12/2/68 1/6/69

1-Raleigh, NC W 88-67 Morgantown, WV L 66-87 [10] 1-Raleigh, NC L 64-77 WILLIAMSBURG L 100-101 (ot) Morgantown, WV W 78-76 1-Morgantown, WV L 69-84 Parkersburg, WV L 81-95 Norfolk, VA L 90-105 Morgantown, WV L 88-97 [15] Norfolk, VA L 72-81 [11] Morgantown, WV L 57-80 [8] Logan, WV L 52-68 [1] Morgantown, WV L 68-82 [2] 1-Richmond, VA L 58-74 [10] Morgantown, WV L 76-88 [10] Morgantown, WV L 76-82 [10] 1-Richmond, VA L 82-85 [3] Morgantown, WV L 74-94 [4] Norfolk, VA W 94-86 [7] 1-Richmond, VA L 83-117 Morgantown, WV L 72-74 (ot) Norfolk, VA L 69-76 [8] 1-Richmond, VA W 88-76 Morgantown, WV L 53-69 Norfolk, VA L 61-70 Norfolk, VA W 75-72 Morgantown, WV L 73-78 1-Charlotte, NC L 73-85 Morgantown, WV L 63-72 1-Charlotte, NC L 67-70 (2ot) 1-Charlotte, NC L 50-64 Charleston, WV L 67-73 Morgantown, WV L 66-83 Charleston, WV L 70-88 Morgantown, WV L 74-89 Fort Eustis L 71-75

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HISTORY

W&M Team Season Stats

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60

Year 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

G 23 34 32 31 28 23 23 25 26 27 29 24 26 24 24 24 22 25 25 25 24 26 27 27 27 27 27 28 28 30 26 26 27 28 28 29 28 28 28 27 29 28 28 28 29 27 27 27 26 28 27 27 28 28 29 28 28 29 28 30 33 30 33

FG-FGA 500-1493 852-2357 737-2067 760-2015 740-1978 633-1480 494-1261 695-1733 721-1671 698-1705 720-1790 647-1523 726-1630 625-1482 596-1438 647-1431 598-1373 626-1511 674-1589 653-1394 685-1524 637-1575 827-1930 702-1681 736-1648 782-1762 726-1670 765-1678 800-1691 864-1800 689-1370 590-1280 670-1361 690-1438 676-1324 723-1379 711-1369 738-1473 568-1347 611-1408 724-1641 692-1586 724-1564 750-1566 764-1659 680-1531 699-1610 680-1625 680-1471 643-1603 654-1494 642-1542 678-1593 603-1467 632-1617 640-1531 695-1605 625-1516 647-1526 661-1516 715-1714 658-1592 735-1732

Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct .335 .361 .357 .377 .374 .428 .392 .401 .431 .409 .402 .425 .445 .422 .414 .452 .436 .414 .424 .468 .449 .404 .428 .418 .447 .444 .435 .456 .473 .480 .503 .461 .492 .480 .511 .524 .519 .501 .422 .434 66-171 .386 .441 148-374 .396 .436 101-280 .361 .463 61-202 .302 .479 72-216 .333 .461 108-298 .362 .444 159-440 .361 .434 183-534 .343 .418 130-435 .299 .462 173-470 .368 .401 168-530 .317 .438 187-526 .356 .416 180-548 .328 .426 188-537 .350 .411 156-491 .318 .391 185-579 .320 .418 174-539 .323 .433 175-556 .315 .412 149-489 .305 .424 144-453 .318 .436 200-624 .321 .417 257-755 .340 .413 202-653 .309 .424 295-841 .351

FT-FTA Pct OR-DR Tot-Avg 233-459 .508 489-718 .681 468-696 .672 542-832 .651 533-843 .632 1534-54.8 551-794 .694 1219-53.0 498-744 .669 900-39.1 645-907 .711 1012-40.5 513-808 .635 1002-38.5 572-867 .660 1152-42.7 670-922 .727 1112-38.3 437-645 .678 1126-46.9 559-781 .716 1359-52.3 550-783 .702 1313-54.7 441-609 .724 1060-44.2 382-579 .660 1094-45.6 309-466 .663 961-43.7 415-619 .670 1125-45.0 424-636 .667 1085-43.4 513-704 .729 1086-43.4 476-656 .726 1039-43.3 486-714 .681 1116-42.9 463-678 .683 1202-44.5 547-755 .725 1088-40.3 473-652 .725 1082-40.1 483-636 .759 1129-41.8 410-552 .743 1056-39.1 378-559 .676 1152-41.1 408-594 .687 940-33.6 447-623 .717 1206-40.2 388-542 .716 926-35.6 321-488 .658 776-29.8 512-695 .737 824-30.5 406-591 .687 808-28.9 401-623 .644 896-32.0 470-609 .772 870-30.0 345-470 .734 833-29.8 386-526 .734 849-30.3 420-594 .707 841-30.0 359-521 .689 230-542 867-32.1 465-664 .700 321-620 1008-34.8 392-570 .688 283-565 929-33.2 400-581 .688 293-550 913-32.6 396-615 .644 296-646 1022-36.5 376-567 .663 340-623 963-33.2 506-748 .676 299-594 943-34.9 383-577 .664 299-622 988-36.6 405-639 .634 357-636 1062-39.3 390-620 .629 288-655 993-38.2 377-575 .656 334-594 1006-35.9 393-602 .653 309-669 978-36.2 278-419 .663 287-631 918-34.0 378-535 .707 310-680 990-35.4 350-533 .657 339-689 1028-36.7 378-590 .641 387-721 1108-38.2 345-497 .694 315-679 994-35.5 442-634 .697 359-674 1033-36.9 481-663 .725 327-690 1017-35.1 377-545 .692 340-607 947-33.8 384-554 .693 292-671 963-32.1 372-535 .695 328-717 1045-31.7 326-501 .651 331-692 1023-34.1 448-640 .700 335-799 1134-34.4

PF-FO A TO Bl St 424 588 540 780 743-46 292 514-22 482-22 479-18 576-30 556-17 575-28 457-20 524-21 478-19 489-24 428-9 389-14 458-14 341 503-23 471-21 475-14 503-27 568-23 517-16 537-22 352 504-27 328 486 558-22 317 475 533-24 568-30 383 532 102 282 642-22 508 485 79 219 528-15 419 364 52 191 449-13 283 374 22 186 527-17 298 400 46 240 523-13 378 364 52 233 452-9 328 360 55 185 454-6 369 360 53 191 466-12 396 340 23 163 477-11 455 361 20 146 519-19 320 392 32 145 485-16 388 410 32 160 614-25 435 520 38 206 672-38 397 480 42 163 600-30 411 474 52 172 586-18 381 462 97 167 641-23 405 455 117 213 545-24 391 403 76 189 563-15 349 471 129 157 523-11 333 403 153 157 490-15 373 427 164 149 524-11 321 382 90 173 471-14 395 374 122 215 506-21 338 425 93 183 527-16 394 431 122 163 615-18 371 431 99 148 579-9 357 424 44 175 451-11 376 349 71 159 547-15 442 439 57 173 540-14 373 500 75 160 499-10 383 441 47 196 512-8 381 423 58 160 542-12 441 438 65 198 503-8 409 425 69 180 536-10 463 357 84 177

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Pts-Avg 1233-53.6 2193-64.5 1942-60.7 2062-66.5 2013-71.9 1817-79.0 1486-64.6 2035-81.4 1955-75.2 1968-72.9 2110-72.8 1731-72.1 2011-77.3 1800-75.0 1633-68.0 1676-69.8 1505-68.4 1667-66.7 1772-70.9 1819-72.8 1846-76.9 1760-67.7 2117-78.4 1951-72.3 1945-72.0 2047-75.8 1862-69.0 1908-68.1 2008-71.7 2175-72.5 1766-67.9 1501-57.7 1852-68.6 1786-63.8 1753-62.6 1916-66.1 1767-63.1 1862-66.5 1556-55.6 1647-61.0 2061-71.1 1877-67.0 1909-68.2 1968-70.3 2012-69.4 2025-75.0 1964-72.7 1895-70.2 1923-74.0 1831-65.4 1888-69.9 1742-64.5 1922-68.6 1712-61.1 1827-63.0 1799-64.3 2007-71.7 1880-64.8 1815-64.8 1906-63.5 2059-62.4 1844-61.5 2213-67.1


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Pts-Avg 1132-49.2 1711-50.3 1759-55.0 1846-59.5 1991-71.1 1736-75.5 1603-69.7 2136-85.4 2094-80.5 2071-76.7 2104-72.6 1655-69.0 1989-76.5 1709-71.2 1737-72.4 1541-64.2 1475-67.0 1678-67.1 1792-71.7 1802-72.1 1996-83.2 2075-79.8 2202-81.6 2121-78.6 2040-75.6 2215-82.0 2072-76.7 1857-66.3 1935-69.1 2012-67.1 1657-63.7 1627-62.6 1739-64.4 1682-60.1 1567-56.0 1680-57.9 1662-59.4 1829-65.3 1767-63.1 1851-68.6 2169-74.8 2197-78.5 2187-78.1 2016-72.0 2177-75.1 2006-74.3 2246-83.2 2030-75.2 1925-74.0. 1878-67.1 1668-61.8 1852-68.6 1994-71.2 1805-64.5 1950-67.2 1918-68.5 2147-76.7 2129-73.4 1944-69.4 1926-64.2 2073-62.8 1903-63.4 2129-64.5

HISTORY

G FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct OR-DR Tot-Avg PF-FO A TO Bl St 23 419-NA 294-505 .582 369 34 654-NA 403-681 .592 608 32 674-NA 411-686 .599 557 31 642-NA 562-871 .645 746 28 746-2007 .372 499-830 .601 23 613-1855 .330 510-774 .659 971-42.2 548 23 560-1523 .368 483-769 .628 742-32.3 490 25 26 739-NA 616-NA 27 29 779-1928 .404 546-830 .658 1105-38.1 631 24 607-1558 .390 441-666 .662 934-38.9 468 26 727-1800 .404 535-762 .702 1067-41.0 536 24 629-1612 .390 451-672 .671 981-40.9 536 24 657-1578 .416 423-619 .683 1160-48.3 459 24 586-1446 .405 369-548 .673 935-39.0 425 22 564-1427 .395 347-508 .683 980-44.5 378 25 643-1552 .414 392-561 .699 971-38.8 481 25 648-1449 .447 496-678 .732 1021-40.8 468 25 698-1650 .423 406-542 .749 938-37.5 511 24 791-1656 .478 414-606 .683 1039-43.3 489 26 778-1794 .434 519-699 .742 1240-47.7 512 27 854-1805 .473 494-740 .668 1321-48.9 541 27 829-1790 .463 463-675 .686 1273-47.1 577 27 769-1745 .441 502-731 .687 1166-43.2 499 300 27 879-1874 .469 457-649 .704 1289-47.7 574 346 487 27 830-1736 .478 412-575 .717 1100-40.7 573 361 467 28 729-1632 .447 399-570 .700 1016-36.3 574 28 732-1530 .478 471-667 .706 1030-36.8 598 341 585 122 230 30 767-1712 .448 478-663 .721 1036-34.5 606 376 522 72 187 26 662-1449 .457 333-499 .667 857-33.0 515 265 390 73 156 26 665-1314 .506 297-446 .666 804-30.9 499 279 374 105 166 27 689-1366 .504 361-533 .677 846-31.3 621 194 478 83 165 28 666-1343 .496 350-512 .684 885-31.6 571 273 486 75 183 28 639-1381 .463 289-446 .648 792-28.3 592 246 397 81 145 29 713-1530 .466 254-374 .679 804-27.7 489 320 371 74 171 28 679-1385 .490 304-422 .720 774-27.6 496 330 352 63 156 28 752-1504 .500 325-433 .751 769-27.5 505 421 433 66 155 28 700-1415 .495 367-507 .724 864-30.9 571 388 331 96 170 27 721-1453 .496 74-195 .379 335-477 .702 249-548 869-32.2 500 441 372 92 201 29 799-1641 .487 104-261 .398 467-663 .704 305-641 1004-34.6 603 462 490 90 248 28 790-1573 .502 90-263 .342 527-777 .678 324-647 1018-36.4 576 439 423 105 227 28 790-1621 .487 107-261 .410 500-712 .702 372-600 1008-36.0 528 440 408 121 240 28 700-1604 .436 112-325 .345 504-720 .700 313-584 946-33.8 546 382 359 96 228 29 760-1646 .462 119-306 .389 538-784 .686 405-658 1063-36.7 522 411 427 75 252 27 710-1580 .449 118-353 .334 468-657 .712 348-652 1000-37.0 577 364 409 85 204 27 805-1740 .463 163-440 .370 473-686 .690 408-693 1101-40.8 512 454 353 102 232 27 721-1689 .427 154-429 .359 434-634 .685 399-676 1075-39.8 540 373 360 84 192 26 692-1671 .414 132-385 .343 409-585 .699 400-602 1002-38.5 511 345 324 84 217 28 671-1593 .421 127-403 .315 409-612 .668 385-708 1093-39.0 532 348 376 106 215 27 611-1520 .402 119-379 .314 327-504 .649 350-641 991-36.7 515 295 428 72 197 27 656-1555 .422 145-419 .346 395-593 .666 382-690 1072-39.7 443 304 409 114 207 28 704-1636 .430 173-465 .372 413-638 .647 367-683 1050-37.5 506 371 391 112 217 28 587-1469 .400 178-511 .348 453-679 .667 316-629 945-33.8 511 310 347 109 165 29 665-1583 .420 174-532 .327 446-642 .695 306-714 1020-35.2 532 394 351 127 187 28 687-1619 .424 250-695 .360 294-416 .707 315-646 961-34.3 484 428 310 82 168 28 770-1673 .460 209-571 .366 398-601 .662 331-632 963-34.4 576-9 441 372 108 205 29 766-1703 .450 222-607 .366 375-563 .666 341-653 994-34.3 559-13 445 366 113 241 28 701-1528 .459 189-547 .346 353-519 .680 309-620 929-33.2 506-10 422 423 109 239 30 682-1579 .432 197-609 .323 365-538 .678 313-651 964-32.1 535-10 385 382 76 216 33 716-1712 .418 230-691 .333 411-598 .687 382-750 1132-34.3 547-8 394 463 102 246 30 681-1598 .426 192-574 .334 349-492 .709 310-704 1014-33.8 523-10 373 387 110 222 33 759-1835 .414 223-684 .326 388-570 .681 395-756 1151-34.9 539-15 434 348 110 193

Opponent Team Season Stats

Year 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY 1919-20 Feb. 21

Richmond L

39-42

1939-40

Washington & Lee L

33-36

HISTORY

Overtime Games

1940-41 Washington & Lee

62

1943-44 Jan. 15

at Richmond

W W

1948-49 vs. George Washington 1 L 1949-50 Hampden-Sydney

34-32 58-55 74-78 (3ot)

1978-79 Dec. 30 Jan. 30 Feb. 8

vs. Richmond 7 L at East Carolina L Davidson W

62-64 59-61 (2ot) 68-62 (2ot)

1979-80 Feb. 23

Old Dominion L

69-71

1980-81 Jan. 21 Feb. 24

Virginia Tech W VCU L

48-46 (3ot) 67-68

1981-82 Jan. 11 Jan. 23 Jan. 30 Feb. 2 Feb. 25

at VCU L Old Dominion W at Navy W at American L George Mason W

62-63 60-59 47-46 64-65 53-47

W

70-67

1950-51 Feb. 9

at George Washington L

62-66

1952-53 Dec. 15 Feb. 19

1983-84 Jan. 21

at Navy L

55-60 (2ot)

West Virginia L #18 Duke W

100-101 85-82

1953-54 Feb. 20

1984-85 Jan. 26 Feb. 23

Richmond L George Mason W

76-82 74-73

Wake Forest L

56-57

1987-88 Feb. 6 Feb. 10

• at American L • Navy L

75-77 61-63

1988-89 Nov. 26 Dec. 30 Feb. 15

Hampden-Sydney L at Stetson L • at Navy L

91-92 82-91 70-73

1990-91 Jan. 21

• UNC Wilmington L

76-78 (2ot)

1991-92 Nov. 30 Dec. 2 Dec. 4 Jan. 25 Feb. 1

Navy W Davidson W UNC Greensboro L • at UNC Wilmington L • at Old Dominion L

82-77 70-69 73-79 64-68 92-102

at UNC Greensboro W The Citadel W #15 Virginia L

81-76 (2ot) 72-68 84-93

2004-05 Jan. 22 Feb. 12

• VCU L 77-79 • George Mason L 99-104 (2ot)

2005-06 Feb. 15

• Delaware L

52-57

2006-07 Dec. 2

Cornell 11

W

73-68

2007-08 Jan. 23

• at Drexel

W

73-72

2008-09 Nov. 22 Nov. 29

Navy L 99-102 (3ot) at Liberty 12 L 74-80 (2ot)

2009-10 Nov. 15 Jan. 6

at Harvard L • at Delaware W

Record in Overtime Record in Double Overtime Record in Triple Overtime

85-87 (3ot) 74-73 27-44 (.380) 6-7 (.462) 2-4 (.333)

• CAA game

1955-56 Jan. 3

#4 Vanderbilt L

80-89 (2ot)

1957-58 Mar. 1

Richmond L

67-79 (3ot)

1960-61 Mar. 2

The Citadel L vs. Furman 2 W

63-64 86-84 (3ot)

1963-64 Dec. 27

vs. Eastern Kentucky 3 L

55-61

1964-65 Feb. 27

vs. West Virginia 4 L

67-70 (2ot)

1968-69 Feb. 8

Georgetown 5

W

90-84 (2ot)

1969-70 Jan. 29

Virginia L

81-87

1992-93 Dec. 1 Dec. 5 Jan. 25

1970-71 Jan. 30

at Furman

W

78-71

1997-98 Dec. 28

at Wichita State 8 L

74-76

1971-72 Jan. 8 Jan. 27

at Richmond W at Georgetown L

73-68 (2ot) 79-85

1998-99 Dec. 2

at The Citadel L

59-62

1973-74 Dec. 11 Feb. 27

Richmond vs. East Carolina 6

W W

73-71 75-67 (2ot)

1999-00 Nov. 8 Jan. 5

vs. Oral Roberts 9 • George Mason

W W

82-76 85-82

1975-76 Jan. 5

at Iona L

64-67

2000-01 Mar. 3

vs. Old Dominion 10 L

47-53

1976-77 Dec. 8 Jan. 22

#11 Wake Forest L at Furman L

84-90 83-88

2001-02 Jan. 18

• VCU

W

88-83 (2ot)

2003-04 Dec. 4 Jan. 21

• UNC Wilmington W • at Delaware L

67-66 82-93

1-Southern Conference Tournament, Durham, NC; 2-Southern Conference Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Arena); 3-Watauga Invitational, Johnson City, TN; 4-Southern Conference Tournament, Charlotte, NC; 5-Fort Eustis; 6-Southern Conference Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum); 7-TD Invitational Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum); 8-Cessna Classic, Wichita, KS; 9-United Airlines Tip-Off Tournament, Honolulu, HI (Stan Sherriff Center); 10-CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum); 11 – W&M Tip-off Classic, Williamsburg, VA (Kaplan Arena); 12 – Liberty Thanksgiving Classic, Lynchburg, VA (Vine Center)

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2010 NIT PARTICIPANT W&M 100-POINT GAMES W

100-18

at #10 George Washington

L

76-119

2/4/56 1955-56 2/13/56

at Furman at #12 North Carolina at West Virginia

L L L

85-109 63-115 90-105

2/26/60

vs. #7 West Virginia1

L

83-117

12/30/60

at Richmond2

L

87-101

1961-62

at Virginia Tech

L

65-104

2/4/64

#5 Davidson

L

84-111

12/18/67 2/24/68 2/29/68

at Wake Forest at Richmond vs. Davidson3

L L L

79-108 81-108 68-107

12/21/68

vs. Richmond4

L

62-106

vs. Camp Peary

12/15/52 2/14/53

West Virginia L 100-101 (ot) Virginia W 105-84

12/4/54 1954-55 1954-55

at Furman Hampden-Sydney Virginia Tech

W W W

103-101 108-76 105-73

12/28/55

vs. Rhode Island1

W

100-96

1958-59

Washington & Lee

W

109-62

2/6/60

Furman

W

101-68

1960-61 2/25/61

Hampden-Sydney Richmond

W W

113-75 105-84

2/17/62

VMI

W

102-84

12/3/69

at West Virginia

L

80-106

1/11/67

Hampden-Sydney

W

100-78

1/26/70

Furman

W

107-87

2/27/71

Richmond

W

103-82

12/5/70 12/17/70 1/28/71 2/11/71

North Carolina at Virginia at Loyola (LA) #6 Jacksonville

L L L L

72-101 87-107 87-118 69-100

12/4/71

Furman

W

110-91

12/1/73

Appalachian State

W

100-63

1/10/76

Washington College

W

105-60

11/25/72 11/27/72 1/3/73 1/27/73 1/29/73

at Furman Jacksonville Davidson at Cincinnati at Virginia Tech

L L L L L

90-112 94-103 88-102 68-110 92-127

2/21/76

at Richmond

W

107-102

12/20/73

at #9 Providence

L

75-105

11/29/76

Christopher Newport

W

105-51

2/12/75

at Virginia Tech

L

75-101

12/10/79 2/14/80

St. Mary’s Bluefield

W W

104-67 101-48

1/28/76 2/21/76 2/25/76

at Virginia Tech L at Richmond W #3 Rutgers L

79-105 107-102 90-100

2/26/81

St. Mary’s

W

105-69

1/4/88

at #9 Duke

L

70-101

11/27/81

Elizabethtown

W

101-54

1/11/89

at #1 Duke

L

38-100

2/1/84

Virginia Wesleyan

W

107-73

12/22/92 2/20/93

Shenandoah at UNC Wilmington

W W

102-74 103-85

12/29/89 1/22/90

vs. Northwestern5 #8 Duke

L L

78-103 76-109

2/1/92

at Old Dominion

L

92-102

2/27/94

George Mason

W

116-94

11/29/95

Marymount

W

100-67

2/2/94 2/5/94

at Old Dominion Richmond

L L

72-105 73-105

12/22/98

vs. Elon2

W

101-69

2/10/96

at American

L

66-100

12/27/01

at #6 Maryland

L

75-103

1/2/05 2/12/05

at #4 North Carolina • George Mason

L 66-105 L 99-104 (2ot)

11/22/08

Navy

L 99-102 (3ot)

1-UR Invitational, Richmond, VA; 2-Stanford Invitational, Stanford, CA OPPONENT 100-POINT GAMES 12/15/52 2/7/53

West Virginia at #15 North Carolina State

L 100-101 (ot) L 71-101

12/12/53

at Duke

L

44-109

12/1/54 12/4/54 12/17/54 2/9/55

North Carolina State L at Furman W at Seton Hall L #7 North Carolina State L

97-111 103-101 89-109 99-126

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1943-44

100-Point Games

1954-55

1-Southern Conference Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Arena); 2-UR Invitational, Richmond, VA; 3-Southern Conference Tournament, Charlotte, NC; 4-Big 5 Tournament, Salem, VA; 5-Music City Invitational Tournament, Nashville, TN (Memorial Gym)

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COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY 1948-49 Feb. 5 #17 NC State

L 52-66

1949-50 Jan. 12 at #9 NC State Feb. 7 #8 NC State

L 58-72 W 54-50

1950-51 Dec. 21 at #17 Cincinnati Jan. 12 at #7 NC State Feb. 3 #8 NC State

L 60-89 L 54-61 W 88-78

1951-52 Jan. 14 #15 Louisville

L 65-93

1952-53 Jan. 13 #8 NC State Feb. 7 at #15 NC State Feb. 19 #18 Duke (ot)

L 58-62 L 71-101 W 85-82

1953-54 Feb. 13 at #19 NC State at #8 George Washington Feb. 25 #11 Maryland

L 48-65 L 58-69 L 55-74

1954-55 Dec. 29 Jan. 15 Feb. 5 Feb. 9

vs. #9 George Washington1 at #8 George Washington at #13 Richmond #12 Maryland #7 NC State at #10 George Washington

1955-56 Jan. 3 #4 Vanderbilt (2ot) Jan. 21 at #3 NC State Feb. 7 at #12 North Carolina 1956-57 Jan. 1 Jan. 2 Jan. 8 Jan. 14 Feb. 25 1957-58 Dec. 13 Jan. 7 Feb. 10 March 8

at #12 Tennessee at #9 Vanderbilt #2 North Carolina at #15 West Virginia at #11 West Virginia at #8 West Virginia2 at #3 North Carolina at #1 West Virginia vs. #2 West Virginia3

73-87 65-79 71-92 62-67 99-126 76-119

L 80-89 L 71-90 L 63-115 L L L L L L L L L

68-81 65-80 61-71 72-81 57-80 52-68 63-79 68-82 58-74

1959-60 Jan. 13 at #10 West Virginia Jan. 30 #10 West Virginia4 Feb. 27 vs. #10 West Virginia3

L 76-88 L 76-82 L 82-85

1959-60 Jan. 11 at #3 West Virginia Jan. 30 #4 West Virginia4 Feb. 26 vs. #7 West Virginia3

L 74-94 W 94-86 L 83-117

1960-61 March 3 vs. #8 West Virginia3

W 88-76

1962-63 Feb. 4 at #6 Georgia Tech 1963-64 Feb. 4 #5 Davidson4

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L L L L L L

L 49-50 L 84-111

1967-68 Dec. 15 at #8 Davidson

L 75-81

1969-70 Feb. 3 at #15 Davidson Feb. 27 vs. #11 Davidson5

L 87-93 L 54-78

The 1959-60 team and head coach Bill Chambers celebrate after upsetting fourth-ranked West Virginia, 94-86, January 30, 1960 in Norfolk. The Tribe broke the Mountaineers’ 56-game Southern Conference winning streak. 1970-71 Dec. 29 vs. #1 UCLA6 Feb. 11 #6 Jacksonville

L 71-90 L 69-100

1988-89 Jan. 11 at #1 Duke

L 38-100

1971-72 Dec. 15 #19 Virginia Dec. 18 at #14 Jacksonville

1989-90 Jan. 22 #8 Duke

L 62-82 L 72-83

L 76-109

1991-92 Dec. 21 vs. #24 Charlotte7 Dec. 30 at #1 Duke

1973-74 Dec. 20 at #9 Providence Feb. 2 #13 Pittsburgh

L 75-83 L 61-97

L 75-105 L 62-68

1992-93 Jan. 25 #15 Virginia (ot)

1975-76 Jan. 21 at #20 VMI Feb. 11 #18 Virginia Tech Feb. 25 #3 Rutgers

L 84-93

L 78-84 L 48-50 L 90-100

1993-94 Dec. 1 at #12 Virginia

L 71-84

1976-77 Dec. 8 #11 Wake Forest (ot) Dec. 23 at #8 UCLA Feb. 16 #19 VMI

1995-96 Nov. 27 at #15 Virginia Dec. 2 #22 Virginia Tech

L 84-90 L 55-59 W 86-84

L 58-87 L 66-71

1996-97 Dec. 4 #25 Virginia

1977-78 Dec. 7 #2 North Carolina Feb. 20 #17 Virginia

L 64-75

W 78-75 L 49-62

1999-2000 Jan. 2 at #9 Duke

L 55-96

1978-79 Feb. 14 at #4 North Carolina

L 60-85

2001-02 Dec. 27 at #6 Maryland

L 75-103

1979-80 Jan. 29 at #11 North Carolina

L 61-71

2003-04 Jan. 3 at #15 Pittsburgh

L 55-70

1980-81 Dec. 6 #7 Virginia Jan. 3 at #9 Maryland Feb. 18 #13 North Carolina

L 68-88 L 64-69 L 55-81

2004-05 Dec. 22 at #8 Kentucky Jan. 2 at #4 North Carolina

L 47-92 L 66-105

1981-82 Jan. 4 at #1 North Carolina

L 40-64

1983-84 Jan. 7 at #5 Maryland Jan. 11 at #12 Wake Forest

L 44-58 L 53-80

1985-86 Nov. 26 #6 Duke Feb. 1 • #20 Richmond

L 61-84 L 47-67

1986-87 Jan. 5 #20 Duke Jan. 23 • at #18 Navy

L 46-82 L 59-82

1987-88 Jan. 4 at #9 Duke

L 70-101

2007-08 Nov. 10 at #5 Georgetown L 53-68 Nov. 15 at #21 North Carolina State L 47-66 • Colonial Athletic Association game 2009-10 Nov. 15 at #12 Connecticut

L 66-75

1-UR Invitational, Richmond, VA; 2-Logan, WV; 3-Southern Conference Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Arena); 4-Norfolk, VA; 5-Southern Conference Tournament, Charlotte, NC; 6-Steel Bowl, Pittsburgh, PA; 7-Kauai Classic, Kauai, HI

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1905-06 Record: 4-1 Hampton Industrial L 6-7 Hampton A. W 14-10 Virginia (forfeit) W 2-0 Hampton Industrial W 21-14 Newport News YMCA W 22-19

8-31 10-18 10-18 13-49 38-17

1907-08 Record: 1-4 Virginia L Union Theo. Sem. L Randolph-Macon W Newport News YMCA L at Virginia L

21-36 19-26 34-22 19-65 8-30

1908-09 Record: 7-3 Brambleton A.C. W at Virginia L Newport News YMCA L Brambleton A.C. W Randolph-Macon W vs. Virginia1 L Port Norfolk A.C. W Randolph-Macon W Newport News YMCA W Hampton YMCA W 1-Richmond, VA 1909-10 Record: 1-3 at Virginia L Fredericksburg W Randolph-Macon L Randolph-Macon L

46-34 19-25 26-32 26-25 34-24 28-32 85-0 49-16 35-21 30-17

16-36 20-17 16-19 28-38

1910-11 Record: 3-1 Randolph-Macon W Randolph-Macon L Hampden-Sydney W Hampden-Sydney W

25-16 14-16 24-20 41-13

1911-12 Record: 2-5 Duke L North Carolina L Wake Forest L Fredericksburg W Med. Coll. of Virginia W Randolph-Macon L Randolph-Macon L

16-53 22-30 4-31 50-5 41-2 13-26 11-42

1912-13 Record: 8-1 Richmond Howitzers W Richmond Howitzers W Richmond W Fredericksburg W Randolph-Macon W John Marshall A.C. W Hampden-Sydney W Randolph-Macon L Hampden-Sydney W

26-18 35-31 34-15 23-15 42-25 27-14 43-14 23-33 39-23

42-14 7-23 29-40 32-26 38-28 11-23 33-39 27-34 15-31

1914-15 Record: 5-8 Richmond Howitzers L Fort Monroe 58th Co. W U.S.S. Utah L Newport News YMCA W Randolph-Macon L F13 at Richmond L Randolph-Macon L Norfolk Seminary L VMI L Staunton Military L Hampden-Sydney W M 3 Richmond W Hampden-Sydney W

16-37 55-18 30-45 28-21 7-31 17-22 26-40 25-65 13-24 16-35 40-23 29-27 42-35

1915-16 Record: 7-4 Union Theo. Sem. L Richmond Howitzers W Richmond Blues W F9 Richmond W F16 at Richmond W Randolph-Macon W Hampden-Sydney W Randolph-Macon L Hampden-Sydney W Delaware L VMI L

35-38 59-30 56-25 38-33 33-22 24-22 41-30 23-31 25-15 33-37 18-45

1916-17 Record: 4-9 Union Theo. Sem. W Randolph-Macon W F7 Richmond L Hampden-Sydney L F21 at Richmond L Randolph-Macon L Fairmont A.C. W Hampden-Sydney L Parkhill A.C. L Lynchburg A.C. W Roanoke L Virginia Tech L VMI L

30-12 29-22 16-28 16-39 17-37 12-21 37-23 23-35 24-29 45-15 8-54 10-39 20-42

1917-18 Record: 6-11 Richmond YMCA L Norfolk Naval Base L Norfolk Naval Base L Newport News YMCA W Newport News YMCA W Parkview A.C. L Randolph-Macon L Lynchburg A.C. L VMI L Washington & Lee L Virginia Christian A.C. W Richmond YMCA L F13 Richmond W Hampden-Sydney W Randolph-Macon W Hampden-Sydney L F27 at Richmond L

32-44 18-34 14-39 51-29 51-17 19-35 14-37 20-53 24-53 25-27 34-17 21-63 34-25 27-13 37-22 15-27 30-46

1918-19 Record: 3-6 Randolph-Macon L F8 at Richmond W Hampden-Sydney W F15 Richmond W

12-35 33-17 18-17 20-19

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L 22-40 L 17-33 L 6-66 L 9-67 L 6-87

1919-20 Record: 5-7 Med. Coll. of Virginia L Randolph-Macon L F11 at Richmond W Hampden-Sydney L Hampden-Sydney W F21 Richmond (ot) L Randolph-Macon L Church Hill A.C. L Med. Coll. of Virginia L Union Theo. Sem. W Fort Monroe W Union Theo. Sem. W

13-35 38-50 22-20 16-24 32-23 39-42 14-41 24-49 19-52 28-27 37-27 47-20

1920-21 Record: 8-3 at Hampton Legion W at Geo. Washington L at Virginia L Parkview A.C. Ports. L at New. News YMCA W Randolph-Macon W Camp Eustis W F12 Richmond W at Med. Coll. of VA W at Randolph-Macon W F22 at Richmond W

41-22 32-40 15-46 23-34 25-18 53-26 41-17 45-20 36-26 28-14 38-23

1921-22 Record: 10-2 Fort Monroe W New. News Shipyard W at Geo. Washington W at Gallaudet W Bridgewater W at Randolph-Macon W at Virginia L Camp Eustis W Hampden-Sydney W Union Theo. Sem. W F4 Richmond W F18 at Richmond L

22-15 55-16 21-14 43-31 38-21 43-20 20-36 39-14 27-12 51-11 26-13 20-22

1922-23 Record: 8-4 Wake Forest L Richmond Blues W at Randolph-Macon W at Virginia L J27 at Richmond L Fort Eustis W New. News Shipyard L Hampden-Sydney W George Washington W Lenoir-Rhyne W Randolph-Macon W F24 Richmond W

33-38 24-10 29-11 19-35 15-31 34-20 34-41 43-11 36-21 49-19 39-17 32-22

1923-24 Record: 7-13 Fort Eustis W Newport News YMCA W Med. Coll. of Virginia W Randolph-Macon W Wake Forest L Union Theo. Sem. L Richmond Blues L Virginia W at Richmond L at VMI L at Washington & Lee L at Virginia Tech L at Roanoke L at Lynchburg L at Norfolk Naval Base W Wake Forest L at Guilford L

31-7 29-15 25-13 47-15 28-30 24-26 38-43 25-22 20-32 20-38 16-39 29-30 27-47 27-29 25-18 30-38 31-35

at Elon W 25-10 at Greensboro YMCA L 30-39 North Carolina L 16-54

1924-25 Record: 11-6 Randolph-Macon W Newport News YMCA W Virginia Boat Club W Richmond Blues L J23 at Richmond L Randolph-Macon W Med. Coll. of Virginia W Stephen’s Tech L Guilford W F5 Duke W Elon W Wake Forest L F11 Duke L Elon W Guilford W Bridgewater W F25 Richmond L

38-28 32-25 32-22 29-31 33-42 32-18 62-22 25-31 31-20 23-15 27-16 24-35 16-21 27-16 24-20 43-20 26-27

1925-26 Record: 9-8 Med. Coll. of Virginia W Fort Monroe W Union Theo. Institute W Wake Forest L J15 Richmond L St. John’s W High Point L Stevens Tech L Roanoke W St. John’s L Catholic L George Washington L Georgetown W Guilford W M2 Richmond L Randolph-Macon W Randolph-Macon W

36-21 43-30 41-16 19-37 19-30 29-18 24-25 19-39 35-34 21-36 8-57 31-39 26-25 24-23 23-30 23-17 29-17

1926-27 Record: 7-8 Med. Coll. of Virginia W Lynchburg L at Washington & Lee L at Roanoke L at Randolph-Macon W J18 at Richmond L Lynchburg W Steven’s Tech W Emory and Henry L George Washington L at Georgetown L at Catholic L St. John’s (Annapolis) W Randolph-Macon W F26 Richmond W

18-12 19-22 25-34 25-32 25-20 18-20 26-18 30-23 23-34 14-22 17-40 19-65 36-29 27-19 25-14

1927-28 Record: 16-4 Med. Coll. of Virginia W Catholic W Med. Coll. of Virginia W Catholic L D17 at Navy L Roanoke W Lynchburg W George Washington L J17 Richmond W Emory and Henry W Steven’s Tech W Wake Forest W F4 Richmond W Guilford W Wake Forest W Elon W Guilford L Hampden-Sydney W Lynchburg W Brooklyn Polytech W

40-17 24-17 40-17 24-36 20-48 35-23 48-18 33-34 25-22 23-16 30-29 48-24 41-27 28-25 42-28 36-28 23-33 36-26 55-24 50-19

HISTORY

1906-07 Record: 1-4 Hampton A.C. L Newport News YMCA L Newport News YMCA L Portsmouth YMCA L Richmond YMCA W

1913-14 Record: 3-6 Lynchburg W Union Theo. Sem. L Richmond Howitzers L F18 Richmond W Hampden-Sydney W Randolph-Macon L Randolph-Macon L Hampden-Sydney L M4 at Richmond L

Year-by-Year Results

William and Mary game-by-game results for every season since 1906. W&M was a member of the Southern Conference from the 1937 through 1977 seasons. From 1978 until 1985 the College’s basketball team played as a member of the ECAC South. W&M has been a member of Colonial Athletic Association since the 1986 season. • Indicates CAA game.

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COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY

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1928-29 Record: 9-11 at Johns Hopkins L at Catholic W D19 at Navy L D20 at Maryland L Richmond YMCA L Med. Coll. of Virginia W Hampden-Sydney L Roanoke W J19 at Richmond L at Washington & Lee L at VMI L at Roanoke L Randolph-Macon L Bridgewater W Lynchburg W Emory and Henry L Hampden-Sydney W at Med. Coll. of VA W Randolph-Macon W F21 Richmond W

23-28 24-16 19-33 21-30 15-22 26-13 24-26 24-21 32-36 19-47 19-32 21-25 33-42 35-19 36-23 16-20 26-23 35-23 28-23 34-30

1929-30 Record: 16-6 D13 at Maryland L D14 at Navy L D18 at Delaware W at Princeton L at Hampden-Sydney W Randolph-Macon L at Virginia W J18 Richmond W Med. Coll. of Virginia W at Washington & Lee L at VMI W at Virginia Tech L at Roanoke W at Bridgewater W Emory and Henry W Bridgewater W Roanoke W Savage Normal W F22 at Richmond W at Randolph-Macon W Lynchburg W Hampden-Sydney W

23-27 19-30 38-22 18-25 35-17 20-38 33-17 31-22 43-21 33-52 40-22 32-44 35-11 39-13 34-25 51-24 53-22 34-23 34-22 32-30 46-20 41-22

1930-31 Record: 13-4 Fort Eustis W D10 at Navy L Emory and Henry W at Virginia L at Hampden-Sydney W Med. Coll. of Virginia W Randolph-Macon L F9 Richmond W at Bridgewater W at Washington & Lee L at Roanoke W at VMI W Bridgewater W F21 Richmond W Roanoke W Hampden-Sydney W Randolph-Macon W

37-27 30-32 40-16 34-36 31-21 48-22 24-28 48-38 30-27 31-44 40-21 29-28 33-25 40-10 49-25 38-26 39-27

1931-32 Record: 13-6 at Virginia L at NC State L J9 at Duke L Roanoke W Lenoir-Rhyne W Hampden-Sydney L George Washington L F6 Richmond W Hampden-Sydney W Bridgewater W at Washington & Lee L at Roanoke W at VMI W Emory and Henry W

32-33 19-23 20-28 45-28 52-21 26-31 35-37 31-22 42-33 37-31 17-31 30-26 28-10 26-19

at Randolph-Macon Lynchburg F20 at Richmond Randolph-Macon Bridgewater

W W W W W

41-26 44-26 47-33 31-28 49-29

1932-33 Record: 13-5 D14 at Navy L at St. John’s L Roanoke W at Virginia L at Hampden-Sydney W at Randolph-Macon W Lynchburg W Guilford W F4 at Richmond W Georgia L at Bridgewater W at Washington & Lee L VMI W Bridgewater W Emory and Henry W Hampden-Sydney W Randolph-Macon W F23 Richmond W

46-57 24-25 36-26 35-45 26-23 32-27 39-32 45-20 49-25 32-33 47-20 36-52 27-21 51-13 32-25 27-23 38-27 40-37

1933-34 Record: 4-9 at Virginia L at Georgetown L Roanoke W Davidson W F3 at Richmond L Guilford W at Emory and Henry L at Roanoke L at Washington & Lee L at VMI L Emory and Henry L F20 Richmond W VMI L

27-42 29-40 41-40 31-19 24-27 50-22 28-43 15-39 27-44 19-23 18-36 27-25 26-32

1934-35 Record: 10-5 at Virginia L Newport News App. W Med. Coll. of Virginia W at Virginia Tech L at Roanoke W at Washington & Lee W at VMI W F8 Richmond L vs. Virginia1 W Roanoke W Virginia Tech W at New. News App. W VMI W F26 Richmond L M9 Navy L 1-Newport News, VA 1935-36 Record: 11-6 Roanoke W Med. Coll. of Virginia W at Virginia W Hampden-Sydney W at Virginia Tech W at Roanoke W at VMI L at Washington & Lee L J29 at Navy L J30 at Maryland L Wake Forest W Virginia Tech W VMI W Washington & Lee W F25 Richmond L Virginia W M2 at Richmond L

21-25 35-11 33-20 24-30 43-36 38-36 27-23 20-46 45-31 41-37 42-26 34-31 43-36 39-58 28-46

44-27 58-25 32-24 43-35 36-28 41-25 37-41 20-57 24-38 39-41 41-30 42-36 50-48 58-56 39-59 47-35 21-65

1936-37 Record: 0-18 SC: 0-13, 16th place at NC State at Wake Forest at Virginia at Virginia Tech at Washington & Lee at VMI at Roanoke Wake Forest Virginia Tech F4 Richmond Roanoke F9 at Maryland F10 at Navy Randolph-Macon F17 at Richmond VMI North Carolina State Virginia

L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L

21-49 29-49 30-33 29-36 15-64 39-42 39-48 25-61 30-38 22-48 21-40 29-41 21-42 27-58 21-40 26-49 20-58 21-52

1937-38 Record: 2-10 SC: 0-8, 15th place at Virginia Tech L at Washington & Lee L at VMI L Virginia Tech L at Virginia W F9 at Navy L F10 at Maryland L F14 at Richmond L Virginia W VMI L Washington & Lee L F26 Richmond L

25-29 20-42 26-29 31-41 31-27 20-61 38-45 28-43 41-40 30-35 40-61 42-46

1938-39 Record: 9-12 SC: 4-9, 12th place Davidson L at NC State W at Wake Forest L Virginia W at Washington & Lee L at Virginia Tech W VMI L Randolph-Macon W Virginia L Hampden-Sydney W at Langley Field W Virginia Tech W at Randolph-Macon W F11 Richmond L F13 at St. Joseph’s L F14 at Maryland W F15 at Navy L Washington & Lee L Wake Forest L F23 at Richmond L VMI L

35-55 32-28 35-58 48-38 42-62 46-33 43-48 60-37 37-39 64-40 46-38 57-30 36-25 37-39 43-52 57-49 29-52 37-46 42-46 31-40 31-45

1939-40 Record: 13-10 SC: 6-5, 8th place (tie) at Norfolk NTS L Newport News App. W at Randolph-Macon W at Langley Field W Norfolk NTS W at Panser L at St. Francis (NY) W J6 at Seton Hall L J10 at Richmond L at Virginia L at The Citadel L J29 at Furman W Virginia Tech W at NC State L Virginia W Hampden-Sydney W at Washington & Lee L at Virginia Tech W

44-46 50-37 33-22 62-50 55-44 44-50 32-28 35-51 33-35 31-49 35-36 47-37 38-33 29-36 29-28 42-31 39-49 49-29

at VMI W F19 Richmond W Washington & Lee (ot) L VMI W F24 at Navy L

42-32 43-38 33-36 59-36 46-52

1940-41 Record: 15-10 SC: 8-3, 2nd place (tie) at Langley Field W 36-33 at New. News App. W 47-33 Clemson W 60-40 Xavier (Ohio) L 50-61 D20 at Miami (Ohio) L 40-43 at Bradley L 36-59 Randolph-Macon W 63-46 VMI W 43-35 at Virginia Tech W 54-51 at Washington & Lee L 29-35 Hampden-Sydney W 44-26 at Virginia L 32-48 VMI L 36-43 at Randolph-Macon W 43-36 F3 Richmond W 37-32 F7 Furman W 64-32 Virginia Tech W 52-50 Virginia L 40-41 F14 at Maryland W 58-40 F15 at Navy L 32-51 Hampden-Sydney W 47-39 F20 at Richmond L 41-46 Washington & Lee (ot) W 34-32 vs. Wake Forest1 W 52-34 vs. Duke1 L 42-57 1-Southern Conference Tournament, Raleigh, NC 1941-42 Record: 15-9 SC: 8-4, 5th place (tie) at Langley Field W 35-31 Randolph-Macon W 52-28 D16 Maryland W 39-34 at Fordham L 27-59 at Villanova L 28-49 at VMI W 47-42 at Virginia Tech W 35-29 at Washington & Lee W 41-37 J13 at Richmond1 W 47-33 Virginia W 39-24 Newport News App. W 67-49 Hampden-Sydney W 65-35 Virginia Tech L 39-45 at Clemson W 54-28 F6 at Furman L 35-37 at Virginia L 30-38 F13 at Maryland L 32-42 F14 at Navy W 42-40 F17 Richmond W 42-29 Washington & Lee L 27-31 VMI W 33-32 at Hampden-Sydney L 47-49 vs. Geo. Washington2 W 44-33 at NC State2 L 53-54 1-Cavalier Arena; 2-Southern Conference Tournament, Raleigh, NC

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1944-45 Record: 7-10 SC: 3-4, 7th place Cheatham Annex L 31-34 Langley Air Base L 39-47 Virginia W 37-24 Cheatham Annex W 53-33 Hampden-Sydney L 39-41 North Carolina State L 37-58 J12 Richmond L 37-58 North Carolina State W 43-38 VMI W 43-24 North Carolina L 46-80 Virginia Tech W 41-30 Virginia L 37-41 Hampden-Sydney L 38-54 F17 Maryland L 46-53 vs. The Citadel1 W 54-41 F23 vs. Duke1 L 32-59 Randolph-Macon W 50-39 1-Southern Conference Tournament, Raleigh, NC 1945-46 Record: 10-10 SC: 5-5, 6th place at Camp Pickett W at Richmond Air Base W Camp Pickett L George Washington W

43-41 77-23 50-66 45-39

1946-47 Record: 14-12 SC: 6-6, 9th place at Langley Field W Camp Lee W American W D18 at Navy L D19 at Pennsylvania L D20 at Seton Hall L at Merchant Marine L Wake Forest L Virginia W J11 at Richmond W Roanoke W at Virginia L J18 Richmond L Virginia Tech W F3 at Duke L F4 at NC State L Hampden-Sydney W George Washington W NN Air Station W at VMI W at Virginia Tech L Washington & Lee L at NN Air Station W VMI W F25 at Boston University L Washington & Lee W

66-34 66-44 48-44 36-50 46-73 33-65 45-50 33-40 59-40 47-45 68-32 46-52 34-40 50-41 45-69 33-45 46-40 37-32 66-37 63-56 52-56 56-61 55-52 66-32 45-62 58-37

1947-48 Record: 13-10 SC: 8-7, 8th place (tie) D6 at The Citadel W 64-41 D8 at Furman L 50-51 Hampden-Sydney L 36-37 Western Maryland W 75-49 Virginia W 51-33 Wake Forest L 52-61 J7 Randolph-Macon W 68-35 VMI W 53-39 at Virginia Tech L 41-59 at Washington & Lee L 49-51 J17 at Richmond W 50-47 The Citadel W 50-34 George Washington L 40-65 F5 Duke L 36-45 Virginia Tech W 46-42 North Carolina L 61-63 at Boston University L 61-71 at American Inter. W 61-35 F24 Washington & Lee W 71-47 at VMI W 53-52 F28 Richmond W 52-47 vs. Wake Forest1 W 61-56 vs. North Carolina St.1 L 52-73 1-Southern Conference Tournament, Durham, NC 1948-49 Record: 24-10 SC: 10-3, 2nd place Langley Field Quantico Marines Norfolk NAS

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Milligan W 55-45 at VMI W 77-54 Norfolk Navy Base W 75-46 Wake Forest W 52-47 at Rider W 52-37 at Villanova L 48-70 at Albright W 73-54 D23 at Seton Hall L 55-59 Towson W 94-31 Georgetown W 69-58 VMI W 75-37 J11 Baltimore W 96-28 at Washington & Lee W 42-39 at Virginia Tech L 52-54 Hampden-Sydney W 67-56 at North Carolina L 61-69 Little Creek W 70-26 Virginia Tech W 62-47 F5 #17 NC State L 52-66 F7 Furman W 73-60 F9 Richmond W 61-47 Roanoke W 77-45 at Quantico Marines L 36-42 F18 The Citadel W 57-39 Washington & Lee W 89-46 at Virginia L 44-58 F26 at Richmond W 82-53 vs. Davidson1 W 54-50 vs. Geo. Wash.1 (3ot) L 74-78 M7 vs. Xavier2 L 65-82 M9 vs. LaSalle2 L 51-63 1-Southern Conference Tournament, Durham, NC; 2-Cincinnati Invitational Tournament, Cincinnati, OH 1949-50 Record: 23-9 SC: 12-4, 2nd place (tie) D6 at Colby W 69-53 Pensacola W 72-52 D10 Quantico Marines W 72-51 Randolph-Macon W 73-46 D16 at John Carroll L 54-64 at Akron W 53-49 at Bowling Green L 58-74 D30 at Seton Hall W 65-47 at Siena L 50-57 at Wake Forest W 48-34 Washington & Lee W 80-56 J10 at Maryland W 56-52 J12 at #9 NC State L 58-72 Wake Forest L 49-61 at VMI W 68-43 Hampden-Sydney (ot) W 70-67 J21 Maryland W 64-56 George Washington W 58-50 F4 at Richmond W 50-47 F7 #8 North Carolina St. W 54-50 Virginia Tech W 64-50 North Carolina L 46-52 at Washington & Lee W 70-57 VMI W 74-57 at Virginia Tech L 47-60 F21 at Roanoke W 53-50 F25 Richmond W 81-54 vs. North Carolina1 W 50-43 M 3 at Duke1 L 50-60 Virginia W 76-58 M17 Cincinnati2 L 44-80 Charleston (WV)2 W 68-59 1-Southern Conference Tournament, Durham, NC; 2-Cincinnati Invitational, Cincinnati, OH (Cincinnati Gardens) 1950-51 Record: 20-11 SC: 13-6, 4th place (tie) D2 vs. St. John’s1 L D6 at Randolph-Macon W D9 Wake Forest W D11 at Maryland L D14 Hampden-Sydney W D16 Davidson W D19 at Marshall W

47-63 78-38 71-49 41-48 70-46 65-49 56-38

D20 at Louisville L 47-70 D21 at #17 Cincinnati L 60-89 D22 at Charleston (WV) W 55-54 J6 Washington & Lee W 76-55 J8 Furman W 65-37 J12 at #7 NC State L 54-61 J13 at Wake Forest L 50-72 J15 Duke W 74-57 J17 Washington & Lee W 73-65 J20 Richmond W 64-46 F2 Virginia Tech W 73-67 F3 #8 North Carolina St. W 88-78 F6 at Duke L 54-61 F9 at Geo. Wash. (ot) L 62-66 F10 VMI W 87-67 F13 Virginia W 78-48 F17 Maryland W 55-50 F19 at Virginia Tech L 77-82 F20 at VMI W 76-43 F24 at Richmond W 76-58 M1 vs. West Virginia2 W 88-67 M3 vs. Duke2 L 69-71 M6 at Georgetown W 75-64 M7 Villanova L 59-87 1-New York, NY (Madison Square Garden); 2-Southern Conference Tournament, Raleigh, NC (Reynolds Coliseum) 1951-52 Record: 15-13 SC: 10-6, 8th place at New York Univ. L 70-85 D3 at Seton Hall L 52-63 Randolph-Macon W 61-45 Charleston (WV) W 94-46 D12 at Maryland L 53-54 VMI W 80-53 D19 at Cincinnati L 61-71 D20 at West Virginia L 66-87 at Pittsburgh L 48-63 Virginia W 70-59 J7 Wake Forest W 97-75 Hampden-Sydney W 75-69 J12 at NC State L 46-82 J14 #15 Louisville L 65-93 at Washington & Lee W 84-82 J19 Richmond W 86-70 Virginia Tech W 85-79 F5 NC State W 70-61 F7 at Duke L 62-68 George Washington L 68-74 Washington & Lee W 89-75 F16 Maryland W 71-66 at Virginia Tech W 86-76 F19 at VMI W 86-71 F23 at Richmond L 61-80 at Virginia W 87-85 F29 Cincinnati L 76-82 M6 vs. #10 West Virginia1 L 64-77 1-Southern Conference Tournament, Raleigh, NC (Reynolds Coliseum)

HISTORY

1943-44 Record: 10-11 SC: 1-3, 10th place Fort Story W 44-29 Wilson Gen. Hosp. W 46-29 C. Patrick Henry W 53-37 Camp Peary W 100-18 Norfolk NTS L 35-65 at Norfolk NAS L 36-68 Midshipmen School L 45-59 Richmond Air Base L 40-42 at Camp Peary L 24-52 J15 at Richmond (ot) W 58-55 Newport News App. W 46-40 Fort Story W 39-36 Hampden-Sydney W 47-28 at Virginia Tech L 22-46 at Hampden-Sydney L 40-45 at Patrick Henry L 40-56 F18 Richmond L 42-47 Virginia Tech L 29-48 Cheatham Marines W 81-39 F24 vs. Duke1 L 25-68 at New. News App. W 55-52 1-Southern Conference Tournament, Raleigh, NC

at King’s Point L 33-51 at Fordham W 45-37 Wake Forest L 34-36 at Little Creek L 39-50 J19 at Richmond L 38-39 Little Creek L 26-33 George Washington L 51-65 at Wake Forest L 51-59 F10 Richmond W 44-40 Hampden-Sydney W 65-38 at VMI W 39-28 at Virginia Tech L 45-51 F20 Maryland W 42-36 VMI W 60-32 Randolph-Macon W 77-38 vs. Wake Forest1 L 31-42 1-Southern Conference Tourn., Raleigh, NC

Year-by-Year Results

1942-43 Record: 11-10 SC: 6-4, 6th place Randolph-Macon W 58-38 at New. News App. L 46-60 at VMI L 38-41 at Virginia Tech L 34-49 at Washington & Lee W 34-33 J12 Richmond W 40-27 Hampden-Sydney W 57-28 Newport News App. W 45-41 F2 at Richmond W 40-20 Hampden-Sydney W 48-38 George Washington W 53-51 Virginia Tech W 55-25 Norfolk NAS L 34-65 Fort Eustis W 50-43 VMI L 33-41 Washington & Lee W 52-42 F23 at Maryland L 36-51 F24 at Navy L 30-57 at Randolph-Macon L 52-54 Norfolk NTS L 34-62 vs. Geo. Washington1 L 23-49 1-Southern Conference Tournament, Raleigh, NC

1952-53 Record: 10-13 SC: 6-13, 12th place D3 at Geo. Washington L 79-90 D4 at Maryland L 61-64 at Washington & Lee W 87-62 D13 at Virginia W 87-71 D17 West Virginia (ot) L 100-101 Win.-Salem Bullets W 82-63 at Clemson L 71-81 J3 at Furman L 78-85 Hampden-Sydney W 74-65 VMI W 88-64 J13 #8 North Carolina St. L 58-62 J17 at Richmond L 78-82 Virginia Tech W 91-74 at VMI W 88-54 F7 at #15 NC State L 71-101 1 F10 vs. Wake Forest L 76-78 F14 Virginia W 105-84 F17 Maryland L 57-79 F19 #18 Duke (ot) W 85-82

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Year-by-Year Results

F21 Washington & Lee W at Virginia Tech L George Washington L F28 Richmond L 1-Norfolk, VA

94-73 74-75 63-70 70-76

1953-54 Reco rd: 9-14 SC: 6-5, 5th place at Hampden-Sydney W 78-58 D8 at Maryland L 54-69 at North Carolina L 61-71 D12 at Duke L 44-109 George Washington L 53-65 J1 at Seton Hall W 57-55 Clemson L 72-75 Hampden-Sydney W 78-65 J9 at West Virginia W 78-76 VMI W 71-67 J16 at Richmond L 73-85 Virginia Tech W 82-66 F2 at NC State L 70-80 F6 at Washington & Lee W 73-58 F8 at Virginia Tech W 66-52 at VMI L 62-81 F13 at #19 NC State L 48-65 at #8 Geo. Wash. L 58-69 Washington & Lee W 68-54 F20 Wake Forest (ot) L 56-57 F25 #11 Maryland L 55-74 F27 at Richmond L 63-68 M4 at West Virginia1 L 69-84 1-Southern Conference Tournament, Morgantown, WV (Mountaineer Field House) 1954-55 Record: 11-14 SC: 7-5, 6th place D1 North Carolina State L 97-111 D4 at Furman W 103-101 D6 at Tennessee L 79-91 Hampden-Sydney W 108-76 North Carolina W 79-76 D17 at Seton Hall L 89-109 D28 vs. Boston Univ.1 W 84-74 D29 vs. #9 Geo. Wash.1 L 73-87 vs. Virginia Tech1 W 82-67 J3 at Vanderbilt L 61-86 J5 at Navy L 56-77 Washington & Lee W 78-73 at #8 Geo. Wash. L 65-79 J15 at #13 Richmond L 71-92 at Virginia Tech W 75-69 at VMI W 88-68 F5 #12 Maryland L 62-67 Virginia Tech W 105-73 F9 #7 North Carolina St. L 99-126 F12 VMI W 89-66 F14 at West Virginia2 L 81-95 Washington & Lee L 67-86 at #10 George Wash. L 76-119 F26 at Richmond W 93-78 M3 at Richmond3 L 75-90 1-UR Invitational, Richmond, VA; 2-Parkersburg, WV; 3-Southern Conference Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Arena) 1955-56 Record: 12-14 SC: 9-7, 5th place George Washington L 75-81 D8 at Maryland L 51-52 Hampden-Sydney W 76-69 D28 vs. Rhode Island1 W 100-96 1 D29 at Richmond L 60-72 D30 vs. Seton Hall1 L 55-80 J2 at Tennessee W 93-83 J3 #4 Vanderbilt (2ot) L 80-89 Washington & Lee W 79-70 J9 Furman W 92-81 J14 at Richmond L 53-75 at Virginia Tech W 66-57

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at VMI W 81-72 J21 at #3 NC State L 71-90 at Davidson W 85-75 F4 at Furman L 85-109 at #12 North Carolina L 63-115 VMI W 89-78 F13 West Virginia2 L 90-105 at George Washington L 69-81 at Washington & Lee L 57-70 F20 Virginia Tech W 79-74 F22 at West Virginia L 88-97 Davidson W 77-67 F25 Richmond W 79-77 M1 at Richmond3 L 62-79 1-UR Invitational, Richmond, VA; 2-Norfolk, VA; 3-Southern Conference Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Arena) 1956-57 Record: 9-18 SC: 7-11, 6th place N30 The Citadel W 87-74 D1 Hampden-Sydney W 98-81 D3 The Citadel W 82-74 D6 at Washington & Lee L 72-79 D8 George Washington W 89-85 D11 at Furman L 66-69 D15 at Villanova L 73-81 D27 vs. Lafayette1 L 72-85 D28 vs. Columbia1 L 78-93 D29 vs. Davidson1 W 72-63 J1 at #12 Tennessee L 68-81 J2 at #9 Vanderbilt L 65-80 J5 at Davidson W 80-67 J8 #2 North Carolina L 61-71 J12 at Richmond L 55-68 J14 #15 West Virginia2 L 72-81 J18 Virginia Tech W 72-70 F2 Davidson L 77-86 F4 Furman L 78-80 F9 at Geo. Washington L 77-79 F14 VMI W 83-66 F16 at Virginia Tech L 83-94 F18 at VMI W 65-58 F22 Washington & Lee L 58-80 F25 at #11 West Virginia L 57-80 M2 Richmond L 73-82 M7 vs. Virginia Tech3 L 56-64 1-UR Invitational, Richmond, VA; 2-Norfolk, VA; 3-Southern Conference Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Arena) 1957-58 Record: 15-14 SC: 9-9, 5th place Virginia W 73-69 D4 at Pennsylvania L 70-86 George Washington W 71-60 at The Citadel L 60-75 at The Citadel L 63-85 D13 at #8 West Virginia1 L 52-68 at Evansville L 65-83 at Murray State W 76-66 D30 at Tennessee L 62-84 at #3 North Carolina L 63-79 J11 at Richmond W 72-66 Davidson W 75-61 at George Washington L 80-91 Virginia Tech L 75-87 F1 at Furman L 73-89 at Davidson W 72-53 Hampden-Sydney W 85-59 2 F8 vs. Navy W 90-78 F10 at #1 West Virginia L 68-82 at VMI W 79-61 at Washington & Lee W 86-84 F17 Furman W 87-46 F21 Washington & Lee W 88-72 VMI W 96-78 at Virginia Tech L 68-72 M1 Richmond (3ot) L 67-79 M6 vs. Virginia Tech3 W 79-61 M7 vs. George Washington3 W 57-56

M8 vs. #2 West Virginia3 L 58-74 1-Logan, WV; 2-Norfolk, VA; 3-Southern Conference Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Arena) 1958-59 Record: 13-11 SC: 7-7, 4th place at Virginia L 74-85 at Washington & Lee W 63-60 George Washington W 57-52 Hampden-Sydney W 59-46 D15 VMI W 82-69 Davidson W 72-56 at Louisiana Tech1 L 49-63 at North Texas W 82-77 at Murray State W 64-62 J3 at Furman L 70-78 at Davidson W 59-57 J10 Richmond W 83-65 at Charleston (WV) L 67-75 J13 at #10 West Virginia L 76-88 Virginia Tech W 59-58 J30 at #10 West Virginia L 76-82 at Virginia Tech L 68-74 at VMI W 86-60 at Geo. Washington L 68-87 F9 Furman L 70-71 Washington & Lee W 109-62 F21 at Richmond L 66-71 2 F26 at Richmond W 87-69 F27 vs. #10 West Virginia2 L 82-85 1-Gulf South Classic, Shreveport, LA; 2-Southern Conference Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Arena) 1959-60 Record: 15-11 SC: 10-5, 3rd place Virginia W 82-70 at VMI W 79-78 D5 at Tennessee W 77-71 Hampden-Sydney W 97-83 D11 vs. Duquesne1 L 52-53 D12 vs. St. John’s1 L 65-77 Charleston (WV) W 95-82 at Geo. Washington L 71-98 D28 vs. Lafayette2 L 63-81 D30 at Richmond2 L 65-71 Davidson W 72-64 J9 at Richmond W 90-76 J11 at #3 West Virginia L 74-94 J12 at Pittsburgh L 59-75 Virginia Tech L 91-92 J30 #4 West Virginia3 W 94-86 The Citadel W 79-65 F6 Furman W 101-68 at Virginia Tech L 66-82 VMI W 89-67 George Washington W 75-66 F15 at Furman L 73-92 at Davidson W 73-65 F20 Richmond W 64-42 4 F25 vs. Furman W 82-74 4 F26 vs. #7 West Virginia L 83-117 1-Steel Bowl, Pittsburgh, PA; 2-UR Invitational, Richmond, VA; 3-Norfolk, VA; 4-Southern Conference Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Arena) 1960-61 Record: 14-10 SC: 9-6, 4th place Hampden-Sydney W 113-75 D3 at West Virginia (ot) L 72-74 D5 at Tennessee (ot) L 76-83 VMI W 66-58 George Washington W 61-57 Davidson W 54-49 at Virginia W 80-50 vs. Virginia1 W 91-75 D30 at Richmond1 L 87-101 J3 at Furman L 56-78 at Davidson L 45-54

J7 at Richmond W 63-60 The Citadel (ot) L 63-64 Virginia Tech W 74-60 J28 West Virginia2 L 69-76 F1 Furman W 65-57 F8 at Navy L 67-69 George Washington W 85-80 at Virginia Tech L 67-85 at VMI W 86-77 F25 Richmond W 105-84 M2 vs. Furman3 (3ot) W 86-84 M3 vs. #8 West Virginia3 W 88-76 M4 vs. Geo. Washington3 L 82-93 1-UR Invitational, Richmond, VA; 2-Norfolk, VA; 3-Southern Conference Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Arena) 1961-62 Record: 7-17 SC: 5-11, 8th place (tie) D2 at West Virginia L 53-69 at The Citadel L 76-83 D6 at Georgia Tech L 56-72 George Washington W 86-55 D12 Virginia W 71-63 D15 East Carolina W 81-60 D28 at Texas Tech L 70-91 1 D29 vs. Texas L 71-84 J2 at Furman L 76-77 at Davidson L 47-62 J6 at Richmond L 65-73 The Citadel W 71-58 Virginia Tech L 49-63 at VMI L 71-74 J27 West Virginia2 L 61-70 J31 Furman W 79-67 Davidson L 54-61 at Memphis State L 70-88 at Loyola L 62-77 F10 at Navy L 59-71 at Virginia Tech L 65-104 F17 VMI W 102-84 at George Washington L 84-92 F24 Richmond W 54-49 1-Lubbock, TX; 2-Norfolk, VA 1962-63 Record: 15-9 SC: 10-5, 3rd place D1 at Geo. Washington L 50-60 D4 Hampden-Sydney W 77-64 D8 at Virginia Tech (ot) L 71-77 D11 at Virginia W 71-69 D14 at Pittsburgh1 L 56-66 D15 vs. Boston College1 L 53-66 D17 Furman L 55-56 D28 vs. Lehigh2 W 73-58 D29 at Richmond2 W 76-59 J2 at Davidson (ot) L 70-73 J3 at Furman W 70-68 J5 at Richmond L 55-59 J8 The Citadel W 83-69 J10 Virginia Tech W 78-63 J15 VMI W 80-71 J30 Davidson W 70-63 F2 at The Citadel W 82-69 F4 at #6 Georgia Tech L 49-50 3 F9 West Virginia W 75-72 F11 East Carolina W 81-65 F15 at VMI W 75-65 F19 George Washington W 79-75 F23 Richmond W 75-39 F28 vs. Virginia Tech4 L 72-74 1-Steel Bowl, Pittsburgh, PA (Civic Arena); 2-UR Invitational, Richmond, VA; 3-Norfolk, VA; 4-Southern Conference Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Arena)

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1965-66 Record: 13-12 SC: 8-3, 3rd place D1 Virginia W D4 at North Carolina L D6 at Virginia Tech L D11 Furman W D15 Hampden-Sydney L D18 at Geo. Washington W D20 at Jacksonville L D22 at Georgia Tech L D27 vs. East. Kentucky1 W D28 at Detroit1 L J1 at Davidson2 L J4 Virginia Tech L J8 at VMI L J15 Richmond W J29 at The Citadel W J31 at Florida Southern W F2 at Miami (FL) L

93-82 68-82 63-95 84-63 68-71 79-66 76-82 73-92 76-64 65-80 59-90 69-76 74-89 71-65 70-65 69-61 66-88

1966-67 Record: 14-11 SC: 8-5, 3rd place D1 at Virginia L 65-80 D3 at West Virginia1 L 67-73 D5 at Pittsburgh W 72-68 D6 at St. Francis (PA) L 54-67 D9 Florida Southern W 75-69 D13 East Carolina W 82-63 D17 George Washington W 36-30 D22 Jacksonville W 72-68 D27 at Evansville2 W 74-72 2 D28 vs. New Mexico St L 49-62 J4 Virginia Tech L 69-96 J17 at Geo. Washington W 85-74 J11 Hampden-Sydney W 100-78 J14 at Richmond L 78-90 J28 at The Citadel L 77-85 J30 at East Carolina W 84-72 F2 at Virginia Tech L 79-84 F4 The Citadel W 91-57 F7 VMI W 64-57 F13 at Furman L 85-92 F14 at Davidson W 74-71 F17 at VMI L 67-81 F24 Richmond W 79-69 M2 vs. Geo. Wash.3 W 76-66 M3 vs. Davidson3 L 65-78 1-Charleston, WV (Charleston Civic Center); 2-Evansville Invitational, Evansville, IN; 3-Southern Conference Tournament, Charlotte, NC 1967-68 Record: 6-18 SC: 4-10, 8th place D2 at West Virginia L 66-83 D9 George Washington W 96-76 D13 at NC State L 73-88 D15 at #8 Davidson L 75-81 D18 at Wake Forest L 79-108 D20 VMI W 96-82 D28 at Connecticut1 L 49-51 1 D29 vs. Massachusetts L 86-92 J2 Jacksonville L 69-71 J4 Pittsburgh W 79-65 J6 Loyola (LA) W 97-74 J8 at Virginia Tech L 70-90 J10 East Carolina L 70-71 J13 Richmond (ot) W 98-92 J29 at West Virginia2 L 70-88 J30 at George Washington L 76-80 F3 The Citadel L 75-84 F5 at VMI L 62-68 F10 at East Carolina L 75-99 F12 Furman W 91-76 F17 Virginia Tech3 (ot) L 72-78 F21 at The Citadel L 73-84 F24 at Richmond L 81-108 F29 vs. Davidson4 L 68-107 1-Basketball Classic, Storrs, CT (Field House); 2-Charleston, WV (Charleston Civic Center); 3-Fort Eustis; 4-Southern Conference Tournament, Charlotte, NC 1968-69 Record: 6-20 SC: 3-8, 7th place D2 at West Virginia L 74-89 D3 at Pittsburgh L 62-68

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D11 East Carolina1 L 66-77 D14 at Geo. Washington L 71-82 D17 Wake Forest2 L 58-98 D20 vs. Virginia Tech3 L 72-83 D21 vs. Richmond3 L 62-106 D26 Baylor4 L 68-81 D27 Delaware4 W 82-76 D28 Air Force4 W 74-71 J4 Virginia Tech2 L 60-75 J6 West Virginia2 L 71-75 J9 The Citadel1 W 73-56 J11 at East Carolina L 61-87 J13 at Virginia Tech L 46-77 J15 George Washington1 W 77-75 J18 at Richmond L 75-80 J30 at VMI L 71-72 F1 at Furman L 49-78 F3 at The Citadel L 61-95 F5 at Jacksonville L 74-88 F8 Georgetown2 (2ot) W 90-84 F11 Old Dominion L 65-80 1 F15 VMI W 83-78 F22 Richmond1 L 80-96 5 F27 vs. East Carolina L 35-48 1-BG; 2-Fort Eustis; 3-Big 5 Tournament, Salem, VA; 4-East Carolina Classic, Greenville, NC; 5-Southern Conference Tournament, Charlotte, NC 1969-70 Record: 11-16 SC: 5-7, 5th place D1 North Carolina State L 84-93 D3 at West Virginia L 80-106 D6 at Virginia Tech L 84-93 D9 at Georgetown L 82-87 D11 Richmond W 81-74 D13 at Duke L 77-84 D16 George Washington L 80-90 D18 vs. Virginia Tech1 W 84-79 D19 vs. VMI1 W 75-64 D20 vs. Virginia1 L 72-92 D30 at Geo. Washington L 78-86 J3 West Virginia2 W 83-76 J6 Pittsburgh W 84-73 J10 Virginia Tech L 72-92 J26 Furman W 107-87 J29 Virginia (ot) L 81-87 J31 at The Citadel W 65-60 F3 at #15 Davidson L 87-93 F7 East Carolina L 88-98 F10 at VMI L 68-74 F12 The Citadel W 79-74 F14 VMI W 77-58 F16 Old Dominion W 89-80 F18 at East Carolina L 83-96 F21 at Richmond L 60-78 F26 vs. Furman3 W 82-67 F27 vs. #11 Davidson3 L 54-78 1-Big 5, Hampton, VA; 2-Hampton, VA (Hampton Coliseum); 3-Southern Conference Tournament, Charlotte, NC 1970-71 Record: 11-16 SC: 7-3, 2nd place D1 vs. Richmond1 W 69-68 D2 vs. Virginia Tech1 L 78-88 1 D3 vs. Richmond W 97-84 D5 North Carolina L 72-101 D7 Georgetown L 71-88 D12 at The Citadel L 67-71 D14 at Wake Forest L 70-93 D17 at Virginia L 87-107 D19 VMI2 W 75-49 D29 vs. #1 UCLA3 L 71-90 3 D30 Duquesne L 54-79 J2 Davidson L 49-66 J4 The Citadel W 59-54 J6 Rice L 74-77 J9 at Richmond W 72-69 J23 East Carolina W 74-65 J28 at Loyola (LA) L 87-118 J30 at Furman (ot) W 78-71

F3 Virginia Tech L 62-74 F6 Navy W 77-71 F8 at Virginia Tech L 63-91 F11 #6 Jacksonville L 69-100 F16 at VMI W 85-69 F20 at East Carolina L 56-65 F27 Richmond W 103-82 vs. VMI4 W 69-65 M5 vs. Richmond4 L 64-66 1-Big 5 Tournament, Hampton, VA; 2-BG; 3-Steel Bowl, Pittsburgh, PA; 4-Southern Conference Tournament, Charlotte, NC 1971-72 Record: 10-17 SC: 6-4, 3rd place D4 Furman W 110-91 D8 Wake Forest L 60-75 D11 The Citadel W 74-67 D15 #19 Virginia L 62-82 D18 at #14 Jacksonville L 72-83 D20 at Georgia Tech L 71-83 D22 at Rice L 76-88 D29 at Stetson1 W 94-67 D30 vs. Miami (OH)1 L 67-69 J1 at Davidson L 68-81 J3 at The Citadel L 59-68 J8 at Richmond (2ot) W 73-68 J22 at East Carolina L 71-79 J25 VMI W 76-59 J27 at Georgetown (ot) L 79-85 J29 at Virginia Tech L 65-87 J31 Cincinnati L 52-65 F3 Florida Southern W 76-67 F5 Pittsburgh W 73-68 F10 Virginia Tech L 69-90 F12 at Duke L 69-87 F16 at West Virginia L 71-87 F19 East Carolina W 67-64 F22 at VMI L 35-37 F26 Richmond W 85-62 M2 vs. Richmond2 W 98-82 M3 at Furman2 L 74-93 1-Tangerine Bowl Classic, Winter Park, FL; 2-Southern Conference Tournament, Greenville, SC

HISTORY

1964-65 Record: 12-13 SC: 6-8, 6th place D1 at Virginia L 58-72 D3 Hampden-Sydney W 98-70 D5 East Carolina W 86-72 D8 George Washington W 54-44 D11 Furman (ot) L 64-65 D14 at West Virginia L 63-72 D17 VMI W 66-63 D21 at Georgia Tech L 73-91 D29 at Texas Western1 L 50-56 D30 vs. TCU1 L 71-76 J2 at Davidson2 L 57-77 J5 The Citadel L 64-70 J9 at Geo. Washington L 50-56 J12 Virginia Tech L 75-89 J16 at Richmond W 61-59 J31 at East Carolina3 W 61-58 F1 at Furman W 68-64 F3 at The Citadel W 79-70 F10 at VMI L 57-61 F13 Pittsburgh W 63-61 F16 at Virginia Tech L 57-76 F20 Richmond W 87-77 F25 vs. The Citadel4 W 68-60 4 F26 vs. Virginia Tech W 70-59 F27 vs. West Virginia4 (2ot) L 67-70 1-Sun Carnival Classic, El Paso, TX; 2-Charlotte; 3-Norfolk; 4-Southern Conference Tournament, Charlotte, NC (Charlotte Coliseum)

F5 East Carolina3 W 57-51 F7 The Citadel W 59-46 F10 George Washington W 81-52 F12 VMI W 94-67 F17 St. Francis (PA) W 67-52 F19 at Richmond L 63-76 F24 vs. Furman4 W 78-73 F25 vs. West Virginia4 L 50-64 1-Motor City Tournament, Detroit, MI (Memorial Building); 2-Charlotte; 3-Fort Eustis; 4-Southern Conference Tournament, Charlotte, NC (Charlotte Coliseum)

Year-by-Year Results

1963-64 Record: 9-13 SC: 5-9, 7th place D3 Hampden-Sydney W 81-49 D6 at VMI W 56-51 D14 Furman W 67-60 D18 at West Virginia L 73-78 D20 at Arkansas State1 (ot) W 73-71 D21 vs. UTEP1 L 51-61 D27 vs. E. Kentucky2 (ot) L 55-61 D28 at E. Tennessee St2 W 69-55 J4 at Furman W 66-60 J6 at The Citadel L 60-63 J11 at Richmond L 52-53 J13 East Carolina W 64-47 J16 Virginia Tech L 66-73 F1 The Citadel L 67-80 F4 #5 Davidson3 L 84-111 F6 at Geo. Washington L 77-81 F8 Virginia L 54-56 F10 at Virginia Tech (2ot) L 86-90 F15 at VMI L 65-70 F19 George Washington W 82-67 F22 Richmond W 84-53 F27 vs. West Virginia4 L 73-85 1-Arkansas State Tournament, Jonesboro, Ark.; 2-Watauga Invitational, Johnson City, Tenn.; 3-Norfolk, Va.; 4-Southern Conference Tournament. Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum)

1972-73 Record: 10-17 SC: 5-6, 5th place N25 at Furman L 90-112 N27 Jacksonville L 94-103 D2 at Duke L 74-98 D6 Wake Forest L 71-86 D9 at The Citadel L 73-82 D11 at Appalachian State W 73-71 D13 Virginia Tech L 77-98 D16 at Virginia L 80-90 D18 Georgia Tech W 63-60 D27 at Lehigh W 77-66 D28 at CC of New York W 69-53 J3 Davidson L 88-102 J6 Richmond L 58-65 J20 at East Carolina L 68-73 J25 at Wake Forest L 79-93 J27 at Cincinnati L 68-110 J29 at Virginia Tech L 92-127 J31 VMI W 77-59 F3 at Pittsburgh L 62-83 F6 The Citadel W 83-74 F10 at Rutgers L 78-97 F15 West Virginia W 69-66 F17 East Carolina W 80-69 F20 at VMI L 64-66 F24 at Richmond W 66-64 vs. The Citadel1 W 97-72 1 vs. Davidson L 73-76 1-Southern Conference Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum)

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Year-by-Year Results

COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY 1973-74 Record: 9-18 SC: 5-6, 5th place D1 Appalachian State W 100-63 D3 Duke L 79-93 D6 at Wake Forest L 58-78 D8 at The Citadel L 65-88 D11 Richmond (ot) W 73-71 D14 at Baltimore L 70-79 D15 at Navy W 84-80 D20 at #9 Providence L 75-105 D22 at Fairfield L 57-77 J19 East Carolina L 67-70 J21 at Davidson L 65-73 J22 VMI W 85-68 J26 Furman L 80-97 J29 Rutgers L 75-76 J31 at Virginia Tech L 61-80 F2 #13 Pittsburgh L 62-68 F4 The Citadel W 64-57 F6 at VMI W 67-65 F9 at East Carolina L 63-93 F11 Virginia Tech L 54-72 F14 Iona W 64-62 F16 at Old Dominion W 70-68 F18 Virginia L 62-72 F21 at Geo. Washington L 51-81 F23 at Richmond L 81-88 F27 vs. East Carolina1 (2ot) W 75-67 M1 vs. Furman1 L 55-70 1-Southern Conference Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum) 1974-75 Record: 16-12 SC: 6-5, 3rd place N30 Pace W 54-51 D2 Haverford W 69-55 D5 George Washington L 50-61 D7 at The Citadel W 82-73 D11 at Virginia L 51-73 D14 Wagner W 77-65 D17 Davidson W 76-75 D21 Wake Forest W 59-58 D30 Columbia W 75-63 J4 Old Dominion L 55-61 J18 at East Carolina L 62-66 J20 St. Mary’s W 91-44 J22 at VMI L 69-71 J25 at Furman L 58-75 J28 Virginia Tech W 76-69 F1 at Pittsburgh L 60-70 F3 The Citadel W 81-53 F6 at Richmond L 75-84 F8 at Appalachian State W 69-59 F10 Baltimore W 67-52 F12 at Virginia Tech L 75-101 F15 East Carolina L 66-68 F19 VMI W 67-66 F22 Richmond W 72-60 F26 at Rutgers L 70-88 Davidson1 W 78-64 M5 vs. East Carolina2 W 69-66 M6 at Furman2 L 55-66 1-Southern Conference Tournament, Williamsburg, VA; 2-Southern Conference Tournament, Greenville, SC 1975-76 Record: 15-13 SC: 8-3, 2nd place N29 Appalachian State W 68-48 D1 Eastern Connecticut W 75-55 D4 at Geo. Washington L 69-75 D6 The Citadel W 70-61 D9 at Wake Forest L 69-82 D11 Dickenson W 61-56 J3 Wagner W 80-52 J5 at Iona (ot) L 64-67 J6 at Princeton L 43-64 J10 Washington Coll. W 105-60 J13 at Old Dominion L 73-77 J17 East Carolina W 65-58 J19 Virginia L 60-80

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J21 at #20 VMI L 78-84 J24 Furman W 80-68 J28 at Virginia Tech L 79-105 J31 Richmond L 72-80 F3 at East Carolina W 56-54 F5 Old Dominion W 74-61 F7 VMI W 68-62 F11 #18 Virginia Tech L 48-50 F14 at Davidson W 75-73 F16 at The Citadel L 62-64 F19 Pratt W 70-56 F21 at Richmond W 107-102 F25 #3 Rutgers L 90-100 1 F28 Furman W 70-57 M3 vs. Richmond2 L 78-84 1-Southern Conference Tournament, Williamsburg, VA; 2-Southern Conference Tournament, Greenville, SC 1976-77 Record: 16-14 SC: 7-4, 4th place N29 Christopher Newport W 105-51 D1 Hampden-Sydney W 92-67 D4 The Citadel W 94-61 D8 #11 Wake Forest (ot) L 84-90 D11 at Appalachian State L 59-68 D22 at UC Santa Barbara W 78-65 D23 at #8 UCLA L 55-59 D27 at Hawaii1 L 60-63 D28 vs. Illinois1 L 64-73 D29 vs. Temple1 W 68-65 J8 Appalachian State W 68-63 J10 at Virginia W 71-65 J12 at VMI L 79-92 J15 at Richmond W 67-62 J18 East Carolina W 79-43 J20 Queens W 91-41 J22 at Furman (ot) L 83-88 J24 at The Citadel W 61-53 J26 Princeton L 38-42 J29 Navy W 70-56 J31 at Davidson L 52-69 F2 George Washington W 83-70 F5 Old Dominion L 71-73 F7 at West Virginia2 L 58-69 F10 at East Carolina W 70-66 F12 Davidson W 68-60 F16 #19 VMI W 86-84 F19 Richmond L 77-78 F21 at Old Dominion L 68-82 F26 East Carolina3 L 76-79 1-Rainbow Classic, Honolulu, HI (Neil S. Blaisdell Center); 2-Charleston, WV (Charleston Civic Center); 3-Southern Conference Tournament, Williamsburg, VA 1977-78 Record: 16-10 N25 vs. VCU1 W 55-54 N26 vs. St. Joseph’s1 L 60-69 N28 Christopher Newport W 86-68 N30 West Virginia W 72-61 D3 Radford W 85-56 D7 #2 North Carolina W 78-75 D9 vs. Cal. St. Fullerton2 W 67-62 D10 vs. Montana2 W 61-60 D28 at Stetson3 W 61-60 D29 vs. Rollins3 W 79-66 J7 East Carolina L 56-58 J10 at Rutgers L 71-79 J14 Richmond W 75-43 J17 at East Carolina W 77-76 J21 American L 67-73 J25 at Davidson W 65-56 J28 at Old Dominion L 63-64 F1 VCU L 62-73 F4 George Mason W 94-73 F7 at Navy W 70-62 F11 James Madison L 66-68 F15 VMI L 59-60 F18 at Richmond W 59-48 F20 #17 Virginia L 49-62

F22 at South Carolina L 54-67 F25 Old Dominion W 75-64 1-Spider Classic, Richmond, VA (Robins Center); 2-at Cougar Classic, Provo, UT (Marriott Center); 3-Tangerine Bowl 1978-79 Record: 9-17 N25 Delaware Valley W N27 Christopher Newport W N29 at West Virginia L D2 East Carolina W D9 at Virginia Tech L 1 D29 at VCU L D30 vs. Richmond1 (ot) L J3 Muhlenberg W J6 James Madison L J10 at Virginia L J13 at Richmond L J16 Virginia Wesleyan W J20 at Old Dominion L J24 at VCU L J27 South Carolina L J30 at East Carolina (2ot) L F1 Roanoke W F3 Navy W F6 at James Madison L F8 Davidson (2ot) W F10 at American L F12 Virginia Tech L F14 at #4 North Carolina L F17 Richmond W F21 Virginia L F24 Old Dominion L 1-TD Invitational Tournament, mond, VA (Richmond Coliseum)

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1979-80 Record: 12-15 D1 Johns Hopkins W 94-51 D3 Christopher Newport W 68-50 D5 West Virginia W 63-62 D8 VCU L 54-57 D10 St. Mary’s W 104-67 D22 NC Wesleyan W 88-62 1 D26 at Jacksonville L 43-58 1 D27 vs. Iowa State L 55-56 D29 at Roanoke W 69-67 J9 at South Carolina L 67-74 J14 American L 72-82 J16 at Navy L 48-73 J19 Richmond W 82-81 J24 Temple L 55-56 J26 at Old Dominion L 51-60 J29 at #11 North Carolina L 61-71 F2 Catholic W 88-66 F5 at James Madison L 58-61 F7 George Mason W 84-62 F9 at Richmond W 83-74 F12 at VCU L 56-64 F14 Bluefield W 101-48 F16 James Madison L 49-52 F20 at Virginia L 55-63 F23 Old Dominion (ot) L 69-71 F26 Richmond2 W 78-77 vs. Old Dominion3 L 59-75 1-Gator Bowl Tourney, Jacksonville, FL (Swisher Gymnasium); 2-ECAC South Tournament, Williamsburg, VA; 3-ECAC South Tournament, Hampton, VA 1980-81 Record: 16-12 N29 Pace W D1 Christopher Newport W D3 at VCU L D6 #7 Virginia L D20 NC Wesleyan W J3 at #9 Maryland L J6 Millersville W J10 at Virginia Tech W J14 at Richmond W J17 James Madison W J19 at Catholic W

J21 Virginia Tech (3ot) W 48-46 J24 at Old Dominion L 51-76 J26 at George Mason W 64-45 J28 at Temple1 L 68-80 J31 Navy W 71-60 F2 at American L 54-69 F4 at VMI W 75-63 F7 at James Madison L 60-72 F11 Richmond L 51-53 F14 South Carolina W 77-68 F18 #13 North Carolina L 55-81 F21 Old Dominion L 59-60 F24 VCU (ot) L 67-68 F26 St. Mary’s W 105-69 F28 George Mason W 68-53 2 Robert Morris W 73-50 3 M6 vs. James Madison L 42-44 1-The Palestra; 2-ECAC South Tournament, Williamsburg, VA (William and Mary Hall); 3-ECAC South Tournament, Hampton, VA 1981-82 Record: 16-12 N27 Elizabethtown W 101-54 N30 Christopher Newport W 71-32 D2 VMI W 84-57 D5 at Virginia Tech L 60-76 D19 NC Wesleyan W 69-45 D29 vs. Auburn1 W 58-48 D30 vs. Davidson1 W 46-44 J4 at #1 North Carolina L 40-64 J6 at East Carolina L 58-61 J9 Lebanon Valley W 75-50 J11 at VCU (ot) L 62-63 J16 at James Madison L 44-54 J20 Richmond W 70-47 J23 Old Dominion (ot) W 60-59 J27 Maryland L 43-50 J30 at Navy (ot) W 47-46 F2 at American (ot) L 64-65 F4 at George Mason W 88-68 F6 at Richmond L 55-60 F8 Virginia Tech W 66-51 F13 Temple W 68-59 F17 at Old Dominion L 45-66 F20 James Madison L 55-56 F23 VCU L 63-65 F25 George Mason (ot) W 53-47 F27 East Carolina W 80-61 2 M4 vs. Navy W 79-55 2 M5 vs. James Madison L 49-64 1-Iron Duke Classic (Durham, NC); 2-ECAC South Tournament, Norfolk, VA (Scope)

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1984-85 Record: 16-12 ECAC South: 9-5, 4th place N28 at Duke L D1 Drexel W D5 Virginia W D8 Old Dominion L D22 Christopher Newport W D28 vs. Iona1 L D29 vs. New Hampshire1 W J2 at Wake Forest L J12 at East Carolina W

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1985-86 Record: 8-20 CAA: 3-11, 6th place (tie) N23 at Towson L 56-66 N26 #6 Duke L 61-84 N30 Drexel W 57-52 D5 at Maryland L 48-77 D20 Christopher Newport W 76-55 D27 vs. Georgia1 L 44-77 D28 vs. Colorado State1 W 61-39 J4 • at Richmond L 36-52 J8 at Virginia L 47-67 J11 • UNC Wilmington L 56-73 J13 • East Carolina L 52-54 J15 Old Dominion L 44-75 J18 • at James Madison L 58-59 J20 • at George Mason L 54-67 J22 VMI W 71-64 J25 • Navy L 68-76 J27 • American W 76-63 J30 at VCU L 44-60 F1 • #20 Richmond L 47-67 F3 • George Mason L 46-69 F8 • at UNC Wilmington W 73-64 F10 • at East Carolina L 47-52 F15 • James Madison W 53-50 F17 • at Navy L 51-66 F20 at Old Dominion L 47-58 F24 • at American L 64-70 F26 at Lafayette W 59-54 M1 at Richmond2 L 50-61 1-Krystal Classic, Chattanooga, TN; 2-CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Robins Center) 1986-87 Record: 5-22 CAA: 2-12, 8th place D1 Bridgewater W D4 VCU L D6 at Old Dominion L D8 Miami (OH) L D20 Christopher Newport W D29 at Tulsa1 L D30 vs. Drexel1 L J3 • Richmond L J5 at #20 Duke L J7 Towson W J10 • at UNC Wilmington L J12 • at East Carolina L J17 • James Madison W J19 • George Mason L J23 • at #18 Navy L J26 • at American L J28 Old Dominion L J31 • at Richmond L F2 • at George Mason L F7 • East Carolina W F9 • UNC Wilmington L F11 at VMI L

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F14 • at James Madison L 78-96 F16 • Navy L 52-63 F19 at Drexel L 76-82 F23 • American L 69-70 F28 vs. Navy2 L 52-63 1-First Tulsa Classic, Tulsa, OK; 2-CAA Tournament, Hampton, VA (Hampton Coliseum) 1987-88 Record: 10-19 CAA: 5-9, 6th place (tie) N28 Old Dominion L 69-72 N30 at Miami (OH) L 68-78 D4 at Stanford1 L 64-87 D5 vs. Texas1 L 73-78 D19 Christopher Newport W 88-69 D29 at Georgia Tech2 L 59-90 D30 vs. Villanova2 L 57-76 J2 at Loyola W 84-81 J4 at #9 Duke L 70-101 J7 at Delaware L 69-77 J9 • American L 72-86 J11 VMI W 69-59 J13 • at Navy W 67-65 J16 • James Madison W 75-65 J20 • at George Mason L 69-82 J23 • UNC Wilmington L 67-76 J27 • at East Carolina W 70-63 J30 • Richmond L 69-77 F2 Virginia Wesleyan W 81-48 F4 at Old Dominion L 69-78 F6 • at American (ot) L 75-77 F10 • Navy (ot) L 61-63 F13 • at James Madison L 51-64 F17 • George Mason W 86-68 F20 • at UNC Wilmington L 74-84 F24 • East Carolina W 88-62 F27 • at Richmond L 65-73 M5 vs. American3 W 76-75 M6 vs. George Mason3 L 76-95 1-Apple Invitational, Stanford, CA; 2-Cotton States Classic, Atlanta, GA (The Omni); 3-CAA Tournament, Hampton, VA (Hampton Coliseum) 1988-89 Record: 5-23 CAA: 3-11, 7th place N26 Hampden-Sydney (ot) L 91-92 N29 Old Dominion L 62-70 D3 at Virginia Tech L 75-96 D7 Army L 66-78 D10 Delaware L 63-81 D22 Christopher Newport W 86-63 D30 at Stetson (ot) L 82-91 J2 at Central Florida L 65-69 J4 Manhattan W 71-53 J7 • East Carolina L 59-75 J9 • UNC Wilmington L 52-91 J11 at #1 Duke L 38-100 J14 • at American L 72-90 J16 at Towson L 78-98 J18 • Navy W 72-59 J21 • at James Madison L 50-87 J25 • George Mason L 50-69 J28 • at Richmond L 60-76 F1 • at East Carolina L 68-73 F4 • at UNC Wilmington W 62-58 F6 at VMI L 64-66 F8 • American L 58-86 F11 at Davidson W 88-69 F15 • at Navy (ot) L 70-73 F18 • James Madison L 71-92 F22 • at George Mason L 64-91 F25 • Richmond L 68-76 M4 vs. George Mason1 L 72-75 1-CAA Tournament, Hampton, VA (Hampton Coliseum)

1989-90 Record: 6-22 CAA: 2-12, 8th place N24 St. Andrew’s W 66-59 N27 Davidson W 80-79 N29 at Old Dominion L 62-67 D2 at Delaware L 56-72 D5 at Army L 59-70 D9 Virginia Tech L 53-76 D22 Christopher Newport W 83-53 D29 vs. Northwestern1 L 78-103 D30 vs. AK-Anchorage1 L 85-91 J3 Loyola W 71-58 J6 • American L 64-79 J10 • James Madison L 65-87 J13 • at Navy L 59-80 J17 • George Mason L 80-89 J20 • at East Carolina L 64-72 J22 #8 Duke L 76-109 J24 • UNC Wilmington L 75-76 J27 • Richmond L 66-71 J31 • at James Madison L 61-82 F3 • at American L 73-85 F5 VMI L 66-86 F10 • Navy L 61-83 F13 at Wake Forest L 52-77 F15 • at George Mason L 78-83 F17 • East Carolina W 74-71 F21 • at UNC Wilmington W 65-64 F24 • at Richmond L 54-72 M3 James Madison2 L 83-93 1-Music City Invitational Tournament, Nashville, TN (Memorial Gym); 2-CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum) 1990-91 Record: 13-15 CAA: 6-8, 5th place (tie) N24 Hampden-Sydney W 89-83 N27 at Davidson W 59-58 N29 Army W 73-71 D1 at Virginia Tech L 64-66 D5 Old Dominion W 71-63 D8 at Manhattan L 59-73 D22 Virginia Wesleyan W 92-73 D28 vs. Rhode Island1 L 70-80 1 D29 vs. Lafayette L 65-67 J2 at Lehigh L 79-82 J7 at Loyola W 77-54 J9 • at George Mason W 73-70 J12 • Navy W 76-73 J16 • at American L 70-87 J19 • East Carolina (2ot) W 74-62 J21 • UNC Wilmington L 76-78 J23 at VMI W 58-46 J26 • at Richmond L 63-80 J28 • at James Madison L 56-70 F2 • James Madison L 63-67 F4 Wake Forest L 74-93 F6 • George Mason L 67-87 F9 • at Navy W 82-73 F13 • American L 70-75 F16 • at East Carolina W 64-56 F20 • at UNC Wilmington L 76-90 F23 • Richmond W 71-69 M4 American2 L 57-70 1-Connecticut Mutual Classic, Hartford, CT; 2-CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum) 1991-92 Record: 10-19 CAA: 3-11, 7th place (tie) N22 Virginia Wesleyan W N25 at Virginia L N30 Navy (ot) W D2 Davidson (ot) W D4 UNC Greensboro (ot) L D7 Virginia Tech W D17 at SMU L D21 vs. #24 Charlotte1 L D22 vs. Portland1 L D30 at #1 Duke L

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1983-84 Record: 14-14 ECAC South: 6-4, 2nd place (tie) N25 NC Wesleyan W 79-39 N30 Duke L 68-70 D3 at Old Dominion L 57-73 D6 at VCU L 38-41 D8 at Virginia L 41-52 D30 Towson W 63-45 J4 UNC Wilmington L 55-61 J7 at #5 Maryland L 44-58 J11 at #12 Wake Forest L 53-80 J14 East Carolina W 64-48 J18 VMI W 73-55 J21 at Navy (2ot) L 55-60 J23 at Drexel L 59-60 J25 George Mason W 91-79 J28 at Richmond L 60-69 J30 Delaware W 68-65 F1 Virginia Wesleyan W 107-73 F4 James Madison W 46-44 F6 Lafayette W 67-57 F9 at UNC Wilmington W 76-52 F11 at East Carolina W 67-52 F18 Navy L 71-73 F22 Old Dominion L 65-71 F25 at George Mason L 57-64 F29 at James Madison W 56-47 M3 Richmond W 83-65 M8 vs. East Carolina1 W 47-32 M9 vs. Navy1 L 57-67 1-ECAC South Tournament, Harrisonburg, VA (Convocation Center)

J17 UNC Wilmington W 79-68 J19 Navy L 59-70 J21 Lafayette W 58-57 J23 at George Mason W 63-62 J26 Richmond (ot) L 76-82 J28 at American L 62-64 J30 Delaware W 72-61 F2 at James Madison W 78-70 F6 at VMI L 48-50 F9 East Carolina W 80-71 F16 at Navy L 60-84 F18 American W 89-61 F20 at Old Dominion L 58-72 F23 George Mason (ot) W 74-73 F25 at UNC Wilmington W 67-59 F28 James Madison W 71-60 M2 at Richmond L 58-68 2 M7 James Madison W 68-61 M8 Navy2 L 83-89 1-Connecticut Mutual Classic, Hartford, CT (Hartford Civic Center); 2-ECAC South Tournament, Williamsburg, VA (William and Mary Hall)

Year-by-Year Results

1982-83 Record: 20-9 ECAC South: 9-0, 1st place Postseason: NIT, 1st round N29 Christopher Newport W 84-51 D1 Norfolk State W 72-56 D3 Lock Haven W 89-52 D7 at West Virginia L 51-65 1 D11 at Temple L 61-62 D30 at Notre Dame L 60-83 J5 at Maryland L 51-56 J8 at George Mason W 47-46 J12 at East Carolina W 72-51 J15 at Lafayette W 69-61 J17 Wake Forest W 80-63 J19 NC Wesleyan W 90-55 J22 at Old Dominion W 56-50 J26 Richmond W 76-68 J29 James Madison W 72-65 J31 VCU L 49-50 F2 at Duke L 71-73 F5 Loyola W 79-53 F9 East Carolina W 70-54 F12 Old Dominion L 42-43 F16 at VMI W 77-65 F19 at James Madison W 60-55 F21 Navy W 75-55 F23 at Richmond W 49-47 F26 George Mason W 79-72 M2 at Delaware W 70-58 M10 vs. East Carolina2 W 48-45 M12 vs. James Madison2 L 38-41 M17 at Virginia Tech3 L 79-85 1-The Palestra; 2-ECAC South Tournament, Richmond, VA (Robins Center); 3-National Invitational Tournament, Blacksburg, VA

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COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY J4 Lehigh W 82-65 J7 at Army W 49-43 J11 • American W 70-66 J15 • George Mason W 92-77 J18 • at Richmond L 65-82 J22 • James Madison L 47-56 J25 • at UNC Wilmington (ot) L 64-68 J29 • East Carolina L 59-66 F1 • at Old Dominion (ot) L 92-102 F3 Marymount W 98-53 F8 • at American L 69-84 F12 • at George Mason W 78-65 F15 • Richmond L 54-83 F18 VMI L 68-76 F22 • UNC Wilmington L 64-94 F26 • at East Carolina L 75-79 F29 • Old Dominion L 85-94 M2 • at James Madison L 77-98 M7 vs. James Madison2 L 53-77 1-Kauai Classic, Kauai, HI; 2-CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum) 1992-93 Record: 14-13 CAA: 6-8, 4th place (tie) D1 at UNC Greensboro (2ot) W 81-76 D5 The Citadel (ot) W 72-68 D19 Virginia Wesleyan W 81-63 D22 Shenandoah W 102-74 1 D28 at New Mexico L 59-64 1 D29 vs. Northwestern W 77-69 J2 Campbell W 75-59 J4 Holy Cross L 78-83 J6 at Navy W 58-53 J9 • at American L 71-76 J11 • George Mason W 92-89 J16 • James Madison L 72-90 J20 • at Richmond L 53-54 J23 • UNC Wilmington W 67-63 J25 #15 Virginia (ot) L 84-93 J27 • at East Carolina W 81-65 J30 • Old Dominion L 80-81 F1 at Virginia Tech L 66-70 F3 at VMI W 77-67 F6 • American L 77-82 F10 • at George Mason W 82-78 F13 • at James Madison L 66-99 F20 • at UNC Wilmington W 103-85 F22 • Richmond W 66-63 F24 • East Carolina L 53-74 F27 • at Old Dominion L 80-90 M6 American2 L 72-78 1-Lobo Invitational, Albuquerque, NM (The Pit); 2-CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum) 1993-94 Record: 4-23 CAA: 2-12, 8th place N29 Loyola L 84-97 D1 at #12 Virginia L 71-84 D4 at The Citadel L 73-78 D21 UNC Greensboro L 82-93 D27 vs. Samford1 L 67-78 D28 vs. New Hampshire1 W 88-75 J3 Navy L 62-68 J5 at Holy Cross L 74-80 J10 at Campbell2 L 50-71 J12 • at James Madison L 75-89 J15 • UNC Wilmington L 57-61 J17 • at Richmond L 63-85 J19 • East Carolina W 86-82 J22 Virginia Tech L 79-95 J24 • at American L 84-89 J26 • George Mason L 76-83 J30 at Loyola L 81-94 F2 • at Old Dominion L 72-105 F5 • Richmond L 73-105 F7 • James Madison L 85-89 F9 VMI W 79-68 F12 • at UNC Wilmington W 77-70 F14 • at East Carolina L 63-80

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F19 • American L 57-65 F23 • at George Mason L 78-85 F26 • Old Dominion L 70-94 M5 Old Dominion3 L 58-83 1-Shootout Spokane, Spokane, WA (Martin Centre); 2-Fayetteville, NC (Cumberland County Civic Center); 3-CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum) 1994-95 Record: 8-19 CAA: 6-8, 6th place N26 at Loyola L 76-79 N29 The Citadel L 64-66 D1 at UNC Greensboro L 71-84 D3 at Virginia Tech L 53-77 D20 at New Orleans1 L 61-72 D21 vs. Bradley1 L 68-79 J3 at Navy L 70-86 J7 Siena W 72-52 J9 • East Carolina W 80-73 J11 at NC State L 64-80 J14 • at American W 70-69 J18 • at George Mason W 85-82 J21 • Old Dominion L 73-83 J24 • at Richmond W 75-71 J26 at VMI W 95-86 J28 • at James Madison L 62-73 F1 • UNC Wilmington L 47-66 F4 • Richmond L 64-66 F8 • James Madison L 67-73 F11 UNLV L 74-83 F15 • American W 86-82 F18 • at East Carolina L 53-85 F20 • at UNC Wilmington L 57-64 F22 Holy Cross L 87-92 F25 • at Old Dominion L 55-60 F27 • George Mason W 116-94 M4 vs. James Madison2 L 50-73 1-UNO Classic, New Orleans, LA; 2-CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum) 1995-96 Record: 10-16 CAA: 6-10, 6th place (tie) N25 Loyola L 72-76 N27 at #15 Virginia L 58-87 N29 Marymount W 100-67 D2 #22 Virginia Tech L 66-71 D20 Hampton L 76-84 D29 at Toledo1 L 72-76 D30 vs. Air Force1 W 64-60 J4 • VCU L 47-70 J6 • at James Madison W 96-71 J10 • at Richmond L 79-78 J13 • American L 80-91 J15 Navy W 69-48 J17 VMI W 90-49 J20 • at UNC Wilmington L 54-67 J24 • at George Mason L 92-95 J27 • Old Dominion L 82-86 J29 • East Carolina L 65-71 J31 • James Madison W 68-51 F3 • Richmond W 81-64 F7 • at VCU L 68-83 F10 • at American L 66-100 F14 • at East Carolina L 78-88 F17 • UNC Wilmington W 63-46 F21 • at Old Dominion L 86-91 F26 • George Mason W 96-92 M2 vs. UNC Wilmington2 L 55-63 1-MVP Classic, Toledo, OH; 2-CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum) 1996-97 Record: 12-16 CAA: 8-8, 5th place (tie) N23 UNC Greensboro W N25 at Hampton W N27 at Stetson L N30 The Citadel L

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D2 Catholic W 78-59 D4 #25 Virginia L 64-75 D27 at Arizona State1 L 57-74 D28 vs. AL-Birmingham1 L 55-57 J2 • at East Carolina L 58-77 J4 • James Madison W 64-61 J9 at Virginia Tech L 46-71 J11 • at Richmond L 72-82 J13 at Navy L 63-74 J16 • UNC Wilmington L 53-56 J20 • VCU W 69-61 J22 • at Old Dominion W 61-55 J25 • at George Mason L 67-70 J29 • at UNC Wilmington L 63-65 F1 • at VA Comm. L 50-77 F5 • Old Dominion W 80-52 F8 • Richmond W 57-50 F10 • American W 64-55 F15 • George Mason W 89-85 F19 • at James Madison W 82-74 F22 • at American L 67-85 F24 • East Carolina L 58-59 F28 at VA Comm.2 W 77-63 M1 vs. Old Dominion2 L 62-70 1-ASU/Tribune Classic, Tempe, AZ (Wells Fargo Arena); 2-CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum) 1997-98 Record: 20-7 CAA: 13-3, 1st place (tie) N15 Stetson W 72-51 N19 at Virginia L 45-59 N26 Virginia Tech L 64-66 N29 at UNC Greensboro W 68-55 D1 Hampton W 69-54 D3 at Furman W 80-57 1 D28 at Wichita State (ot) L 74-76 D29 vs. Texas Southern1 W 83-76 J3 • VCU W 67-53 J7 • American W 69-56 J10 • at East Carolina W 72-63 J12 Navy W 83-68 J14 • at James Madison W 89-60 J17 Centenary W 78-48 J19 • at Richmond L 59-70 J21 • George Mason W 84-66 J24 • Old Dominion W 69-53 J28 • at UNC Wilmington L 56-58 J31 • at American L 56-61 F3 • at Old Dominion W 68-58 F7 • Richmond W 73-70 F11 • James Madison W 53-52 F14 • UNC Wilmington W 64-51 F16 • at George Mason (ot) W 81-80 F18 • East Carolina W 74-69 F23 • at VA Comm. W 72-67 2 F27 vs. American L 66-71 1-Cessna Classic, Wichita, KS; 2-CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum) 1998-99 Record: 8-19 CAA: 3-13, 8th place N14 at Virginia Tech L 50-59 N17 Furman L 67-79 N21 Albright W 78-49 N24 at Wake Forest L 57-75 N28 at Hampton W 83-62 N30 at UNC Greensboro W 69-55 D2 at The Citadel (ot) L 59-62 D5 • Richmond W 56-55 D21 vs. Santa Clara1 L 58-70 1 D22 vs. Elon W 101-69 D28 UNC Greensboro W 79-74 J2 • at George Mason L 67-78 J7 • UNC Wilmington L 64-72 J13 • at American L 64-75 J16 • East Carolina W 69-66 J20 • at James Madison L 59-75 J23 • Old Dominion L 50-65 J25 • at VA Comm. L 69-88 J27 • American L 65-68

J30 • at East Carolina L 56-61 F3 • at UNC Wilmington L 48-56 F6 • VCU L 67-83 F10 • George Mason L 70-82 F13 • at Old Dominion L 48-70 F17 • James Madison W 67-61 F20 • at Richmond L 65-82 F25 vs. American2 L 61-67 1-Stanford Invitational, Stanford, CA; 2-CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum) 1999-00 Record: 11-17 CAA: 6-10, 6th place (tie) N20 Washington College W 92-39 N22 Virginia Tech L 57-59 N26 at Hawaii1 L 63-89 N28 vs. Oral Roberts1 (ot) W 82-76 D1 at UNC Wilmington L 66-76 D4 Hampton W 67-65 D20 Wofford W 80-65 D22 Campbell W 89-70 D29 at Vanderbilt L 60-81 J2 at #9 Duke L 55-96 J5 • George Mason (ot) W 85-82 J8 • at East Carolina L 62-83 J10 at Winthrop L 64-71 J12 • at VA Comm. W 73-65 J15 • at Richmond L 64-77 J19 • James Madison L 71-76 J22 • Old Dominion L 60-74 J29 • at George Mason L 61-73 J31 at Navy L 72-80 F5 • VCU W 85-56 F7 • at American L 62-77 F9 • East Carolina W 65-55 F12 • at Old Dominion L 62-71 F17 • at James Madison L 64-70 F19 • Richmond L 60-71 F23 • UNC Wilmington W 58-53 F26 • American W 70-60 M3 vs. James Madison2 L 73-84 1-United Airlines Tip-Off Tournament, Honolulu, HI (Stan Sherriff Center); 2-CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum) 2000-01 Record: 11-17 CAA: 7-9, 5th place (tie) N17 High Point W 87-62 N20 at Virginia Tech W 48-46 N25 Winthrop L 54-65 N29 at Wofford L 63-67 D2 The Citadel W 65-62 D6 • UNC Wilmington W 74-54 D9 • at American L 50-54 D22 Navy L 69-85 D29 at New Mexico1 L 60-68 D30 vs. Davidson1 L 70-75 J3 • at East Carolina L 64-82 J6 at Fordham L 58-70 J10 • at Old Dominion L 54-74 J13 • VCU W 65-63 J15 at Hampton L 63-71 J17 • George Mason L 64-73 J20 • at Richmond W 60-57 J24 • James Madison W 71-58 J27 • at UNC Wilmington L 50-63 J31 • American W 51-42 F3 • Richmond L 49-57 F8 • at VCU L 59-70 F10 • at George Mason L 62-84 F12 • at Campbell W 64-61 F17 • Old Dominion W 72-62 F21 • at James Madison L 56-67 F24 • East Carolina W 63-60 M3 vs. Old Dominion2 (ot) L 47-53 1-Lobo Invitational, Albuquerque, NM (The Pit); 2-CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum)

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2003-04 Record: 7-21 CAA: 4-14, 8th place (tie) N23 Liberty W N24 at Radford L N28 vs. St. Francis (NY) 1 W N29 at George Washington1 L D4 • UNC Wilmington (ot) W D6 • at VCU L D19 Hampton L D23 at Virginia Tech L D30 Campbell W J3 at #15 Pittsburgh L

91-64 86-89 80-60 57-73 67-66 60-71 72-79 54-80 82-67 55-70

2004-05 Record: 8-21 CAA: 3-15, 8th place (tie) N19 Hartford1 W 84-71 N20 Radford1 W 81-76 N23 at Campbell L 62-75 N28 Virginia Tech L 63-80 D1 Longwood W 90-60 D4 • at Old Dominion L 56-69 D20 at UNC Greensboro L 62-84 D22 at #8 Kentucky L 47-92 D30 Hampton W 60-51 J2 at #4 North Carolina L 66-105 J5 • Hofstra L 59-71 J8 • Delaware L 59-69 J12 • at James Madison L 47-55 J15 • at Drexel L 65-91 J19 • UNC Wilmington L 49-54 J22 • VCU (ot) L 77-79 J26 • Towson W 83-65 J29 • at George Mason L 62-95 J31 • at Hofstra L 51-72 F2 • Drexel L 48-60 F5 • at Delaware L 47-76 F9 • at UNC Wilmington L 72-80 F12 • George Mason (2ot) L 99-104 F16 • James Madison W 80-54 F19 • Old Dominion L 66-82 F23 • at VCU L 69-91 F26 • at Towson W 57-50 M4 vs. James Madison2 W 68-54 M5 vs. Old Dominion2 L 51-64 1-W&M Tip-Off Classic, Williamsburg, VA (W&M Hall); 2-CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum) 2005-06 Record: 8-20 CAA: 3-15, 10th place (tie) N18 Maine1 W N19 Holy Cross1 L N22 at Hampton W N26 Campbell W N28 at Longwood W N30 • UNC Wilmington L D3 • at Towson L D17 at UMBC L D21 UNC Greensboro W D27 at Virginia Tech L D31 at Richmond L J5 • Drexel L J7 • at UNC Wilmington L J12 • George Mason L J14 • at Georgia State L J19 • at VCU L J21 • Old Dominion L J26 • at George Mason L J28 • James Madison W F2 • at Northeastern L F4 • Georgia State W F9 • at Old Dominion L F11 • at James Madison W

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89-55 55-67 70-60 93-79 88-75 66-75 45-76 60-64 83-73 64-74 50-52 46-57 56-63 46-65 70-79 60-69 56-65 58-81 86-68 69-84 90-73 60-81 72-70

F15 • Delaware (ot) L 52-57 F20 • Hofstra L 57-82 F23 • at Drexel L 56-61 F25 • VCU L 59-77 M3 vs. VCU 2 L 59-62 1-W&M Tip-Off Classic, Williamsburg, VA (W&M Hall); 2-CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum) 2006-07 Record: 15-15 CAA: 8-10, 7th place (tie) N11 at Kansas State L 60-70 N20 Wagner W 77-53 N25 at Holy Cross L 57-66 N28 at Navy L 63-79 D1 Jacksonville State 1 W 59-56 D2 Cornell 1(ot) W 73-68 D5 • Towson * L 60-73 D8 North Florida W 61-44 D22 UMBC W 70-58 D28 Hampton W 72-67 D31 Richmond W 61-53 J3 • at George Mason W 67-63 J6 • Northeastern W 60-57 J8 • at Georgia State W 57-43 J10 • VCU L 77-88 J13 • at Delaware L 62-77 J16 • George Mason L 63-76 J20 • at Hofstra L 69-77 J24 • at Old Dominion L 44-59 J27 • Georgia State W 81-65 J29 • at VCU L 68-90 J31 • James Madison W 65-62 F3 • UNC Wilmington L 61-67 F7 • at James Madison W 71-56 F10 • at UNC Wilmington W 61-55 F14 • Drexel W 60-47 F17 at Fairfield2 L 45-61 F21 • at Drexel L 57-64 F24 • Old Dominion L 57-62 M2 vs. Georgia State3 L 68-70 1-W&M Tip-Off Classic, Williamsburg, VA (W&M Hall); 2 - O’Reilly ESPNU BracketBusters; 3 - CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum) 2007-08 CAA Finalists Record: 17-16 CAA: 10-8, 5th place N10 at #5 Georgetown L 53-68 N15 at #21 N.C. State L 47-66 N20 at Wagner L 81-88 N25 Houston Baptist W 79-70 N28 at Richmond L 55-58 D5 • at VCU L 57-71 D7 at North Florida W 68-45 D20 VMI L 72-83 D22 Montreat W 87-52 D29 at Hampton L 63-70 D31 Fairfield W 71-50 J2 • Delaware L 51-58 J5 • at Old Dominion W 70-61 J9 • James Madison W 69-66 J12 • at Georgia State W 60-58 J16 • Northeastern W 55-53 J19 • Towson W 61-51 J23 • at Drexel (OT) W 73-72 J26 • Old Dominion L 59-72 J30 • at James Madison W 70-67 F2 • UNCW W 70-66 F6 • Hofstra W 74-62 F9 • at Northeastern L 42-51 F13 • at UNCW L 64-77 F16 • at Towson L 52-64 F20 • Drexel W 57-50 F23 Loyola (Chicago)1 L 66-71 F27 • at George Mason L 54-60 M1 • VCU L 43-54 M7 vs. Georgia State2 W 58-57 M8 vs. Old Dominion2 W 63-60 M9 vs. VCU2 W 56-54 M10 vs. George Mason2 L 59-68 1 - O’Reilly ESPNU BracketBusters; 2 -

CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum) 2008-09 Record: 10-20 CAA: 5-13, 10th place (tie) N14 at Penn St. L 51-65 N16 at Ohio L 55-74 N19 Norfolk State W 74-58 N22 Navy (3ot) L 99-102 N25 Radford W 73-53 N28 vs. S. Carolina St.1 W 74-63 N29 at Liberty1 (2ot) L 74-80 D2 at Loyola (Chicago) L 61-64 D6 • VCU L 50-66 D20 Haverford W 83-50 D31 Harvard W 67-54 J3 • at Northeastern L 44-60 J5 • Old Dominion L 50-62 J7 • at UNCW W 73-59 J10 • James Madison L 65-74 J14 • George Mason L 57-61 J17 • at Delaware L 62-71 J21 • at Hofstra L 44-54 J24 • at Drexel L 49-62 J28 • Towson L 56-69 J31 • Georgia State L 51-58 F4 • Northeastern W 68-63 F7 • at VCU * L 54-76 F11 • UNCW * W 69-40 F14 • at James Madison L 67-76 F18 • at Towson W 76-54 F21 Manhattan2 L 39-54 F25 • at Old Dominion * L 63-64 F28 • Drexel * W 48-47 M6 vs. James Madison3 L 48-70 1 – Liberty Thanksgiving Classic, Lynchburg, Va. (Vines Center); 2 - O’Reilly ESPNU BracketBusters; 3 - CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum)

HISTORY

2002-03 Record: 12-16 CAA: 7-11, 8th place N22 Fordham L 76-79 N24 Radford L 63-64 N26 at Liberty L 61-62 N30 at East Carolina L 51-66 D7 Virginia Tech W 60-52 D22 Morgan State W 73-66 D30 at Campbell W 82-80 J2 Charleston Southern W 72-66 J4 • Towson W 74-55 J8 • Delaware L 72-74 J11 • at Old Dominion L 64-76 J15 • at Drexel L 51-67 J18 • VCU (2ot) W 88-83 J22 • Hofstra L 51-66 J25 • at George Mason L 58-67 J29 • at James Madison W 61-59 F1 • at Delaware L 57-91 F3 at Hampton W 64-62 F5 • Old Dominion W 69-53 F8 • at Hofstra W 79-69 F12 • at Towson W 59-52 F15 • George Mason L 43-60 F19 • at VA Comm. L 73-93 F22 • Drexel L 62-78 F24 • UNC Wilmington L 48-72 M1 • James Madison W 75-72 M3 • at UNC Wilmington L 49-60 M7 vs. Hofstra1 L 64-74 1-CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum)

J5 at Virginia L 71-84 J7 • at UNC Wilmington L 59-67 J10 • George Mason L 71-84 J14 • at Towson L 67-73 J17 • Drexel L 76-80 J21 • at Delaware (ot) L 82-93 J24 • at Hofstra L 71-98 J26 • Old Dominion W 86-77 J28 • at James Madison W 99-86 J31 • at George Mason L 62-78 F4 • James Madison L 76-83 F7 • at Drexel L 72-83 F11 • Delaware L 68-73 F14 • Hofstra L 69-78 F18 • Towson W 74-68 F25 • at Old Dominion L 76-79 F28 • VCU L 59-74 M5 Towson2 L 65-70 1-Red Auerbach Colonial Classic, Washington, DC (Smith Center); 2-CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum)

Year-by-Year Results

2001-02 Record: 10-19 CAA: 7-11, 6th place (tie) N16 at Texas Tech1 L 55-75 N17 vs. Northern Iowa1 L 55-76 N20 at High Point L 57-63 N24 at Char. Southern W 71-60 N26 at The Citadel L 62-67 N28 Washington & Lee W 70-55 N30 at Purdue2 L 58-75 D2 vs. Akron2 W 74-62 D27 at #6 Maryland L 75-103 J3 • at George Mason L 71-80 J5 • Delaware W 59-53 J7 • Drexel L 56-58 J12 • VCU W 92-81 J16 • UNC Wilmington L 56-58 J19 • at Hofstra L 59-68 J23 • James Madison W 77-59 J26 • at Old Dominion L 52-68 J30 • at Drexel L 61-78 F2 • Towson W 62-45 F4 • at James Madison W 63-58 F6 Hampton L 59-64 F9 • at Towson L 58-61 F13 • at UNC Wilmington L 58-66 F16 • Hofstra W 61-57 F18 • George Mason W 54-51 F20 • at Delaware L 72-82 F23 • Old Dominion L 53-81 F25 • at VA Comm. L 60-68 M1 vs. James Madison3 L 67-78 1-Red Raider Classic, Lubbock, TX (United Spirit Arena); 2-Boilermaker Invitational, West Lafayette, IN (Mackey Arena); 3-CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum)

2009-10 Record: 22-10 CAA: 12-6, 3rd place (tie) N13 at Connecticut L 66-75 N15 at Harvard (3ot) L 85-87 N19 Richmond W 78-71 N21 at Manhattan W 75-70 N25 Hampton W 62-61 N28 at Wake Forest W 78-68 D2 Longwood W 84-65 D5 • VCU W 75-74 D19 Vassar College W 94-48 D22 at Radford W 70-68 D30 at Maryland W 83-77 J2 • at Hofstra W 48-47 J4 • UNC Wilmington L 61-62 J6 • at Delaware (ot) W 74-73 J9 • at Drexel W 73-48 J14 • James Madison W 85-78 J16 • Hofstra W 73-66 J20 • at VCU L 59-81 J23 • Old Dominion L 55-58 J27 • at James Madison L 63-65 J30 • Drexel W 54-51 F3 • at Old Dominion L 42-61 F6 • at Georgia State W 59-56 F10 • Delaware W 67-54 F13 • Northeastern W 53-52 F16 • at George Mason W 63-60 F19 at Iona 1 L 53-69 F24 • Towson L 77-83 F27 • at UNC Wilmington W 62-51 M6 James Madison 2 W 70-65 M7 Northeastern 2 W 47-45 M8 Old Dominion 2 L 53-60 M16 North Carolina 3 L 72-80 1 - O’Reilly ESPNU BracketBusters (on ESPNU); 2 - CAA Tournament, Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum); 3 – NIT First Round, Chapel Hill, N.C. (Carmichael Arena)

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COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY Letterwinner stats are listed as games, points per game, rebounds per game and assists per game. Players without stats means that statistics were not available for the seasons in which they played. N/A means stats were not available. Returning players are listed in BOLD.

HISTORY

All-Time Roster

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GM PPG RPG APG

Addington, Ray 1913 N/A Agee, Joe 1951-52 55 Akers, Jim 1949-50 31 Allen, Fred 1950-52 64 Allesso 1957 Anderson, Bob 1964 Anderson, Ray 1969-71 55 Andrews, Thomas 1939-41 Andrews, Virgil 1939-41 Andrialis, Robert 1963-65 22 Appell, Al 1945 Apple, Jim 1988-91 86 Arbogast, Jack 1975-78 95 Arizin, Mike 1973-74 54 Arnold, Shaka 1994-97 101 . -B- GM Baker, Calvin 2006 28 Baltimore, Charlie 1936-38 Barnes, Billy 1979-82 109 Barnett, Marcus 2007 14 Batzel, Mark 1985-88 88 Becouvarakis, Andy 1954 15 Becouvarakis, George 1954 5 Becouvarakis, John 1953 1 Bellamy, Jim 1947 Benjamin, Bob 1948-51 80 Bergey, Roger 1961-63 72 Berry, Dave 1953 Bertschey, S.L. 1914-15 Blackwell, Barry 1972 3 Blaker, Hutsy 1934-36 Blanc, Henry 1946 Bland, Gary 1981-84 108 Blenner, Bob 1973 Blocker, Ben 1989-92 105 Blount, Dave 1973-75 27 Bock, Tom 1986-89 92 Boddy, Mark 1984-87 84 Boisseau, Sanford 1970 3 Bollerman, Howie 1952, 54-55 52 Bond, David 1984-87 54 Bottoms, Dave 1958-60 70 Bowen, Kenny 1979-82 108 Bowles, Roswell 1917 Bowman, Bill 1954 1 Boyd, Bobby 1978-79 2 Boyd, Jay 1988-89 20 Bracken, Mike 1983-86 34 Bracy, Randy 1996-99 92 Brasseur, Paul 1925 Brause 1944 Brenner, Leo 1943 Broaddus, Charlie 1950 3 Brodzinski, Barry 1974 Brooks, Julian 1919-20 Brooks, Matt 1982-85 93 Brooks, Syd 1940-41 Brown, Brian 1997-98, 00-01 84 Brown, Doug 1969 10 Brown, Kendrix 2009-10 56 Brown, Kori 1999-01 16 Bunch, George 1936-38 Bunting, Jere 1946, 48-50 82 Burke, Hampden 1933, 35 Burlage, Gerry 1973 5 Burzell, Greg 1986-89 110 Butler 1945

9.8 4.7 1.3 0.8 N/A N/A 3.5 1.2 N/A 2.5 1.4 N/A 1.0 0.8 N/A 11.8 2.0 5.7 1.4 17.3 7.5 4.6 3.7

1.8 2.0 2.1 1.0

PPG RPG APG

11.6 2.7 3.6 9.4 0.5 9.0 0.7 0.8 0.0

4.4 0.6 5.4 0.5 0.0 1.0

3.1 0.1 1.4 N/A N/A N/A

5.3 N/A N/A 12.4 3.7 N/A 0.0 0.3 0.0 5.3 2.9 0.9 7.9 1.0 8.4 2.9 0.0 7.4 2.0 3.6 8.8

6.0 0.2 3.6 2.5 0.3 4.6 1.1 1.0 4.0

0.5 0.0 0.7 0.3 N/A 0.3 0.9 N/A 0.6

4.0 1.0 1.5 1.0 0.7 0.6 1.1 0.9 13.4 4.4

N/A 0.9 0.1 0.2 3.8

0.3 N/A N/A 3.4 2.4 0.9 2.2 0.8 3.1 0.8

1.0 1.8 2.8 0.2

0.6 N/A 1.7 0.1

6.9 N/A N/A 0.0 0.0 0.2 8.4 2.2 2.0

Butler, Dave 1982 6 Butler, Everett 1929 Butler, Jim 1950-51 24 Butts 1929 Byrd, Gary 1973-75 66 . -C- GM Campbell, Lang 2001 4 Campbell, Ross 1945 Carbaugh, Cody 1999-02 97 Carol, Arthur 1940 Carr, James 1915 Carrabine, Kyle 2005-08 79 Carter, Charles 1955 20 Casagrande, Fred 1934-36 Cauthorn, Todd 1990-93 105 Chambers, Bill 1951-53 82 Chandler, Joe 1922 Chess, Bud 1970 3 Cholko, Al 1940 Christensen, John 1971 1 Ciacco, Chris 1991 21 Cieplicki, Keith 1982-85 113 Clark, Dave 1946 Clark, Willie 1951-52 47 Close, William 1920 Cofer, C.V. 1924 Cofield, Corey 2004-07 97 Cohen, Jeff 1958-61 103 Connor, Brendan 1990-93 102 Connor, Tom 1963 Conte, Mike 1953 Cooke, Alvah 1921-23 Cooper, Rich 1980-83 60 Cope, Zeb 2001-04 108 Copeland, Richard 1917 Copley, Rocky 1976-78 62 Corley, Bill 1962-64 Cornell, Chick 1952, 54 49 Cornell, Harry 1956-58 69 Corns, Henry 1960-62 51 Cottrell, Charles 1941 Coughter, Peter 1999-00 15 Courage, Guy 1978-81 73 Courage, Matt 1973-75, 77 110 Coval, Scott 1983-86 110 Cowley, Paul 1961-63 53 Cox, David 1992-95 109 Coyle, Jim 1964 1 Crigler, J.D. 1917 Crist, Tommy 1934-36 Cully, David 1993-96 93 . -D- GM Dail, Bob 1984-86 49 Dakin, Dave 1975 8 Dallet, Dan 1947 D’Antoni, Nick 2002-05 107 Darden, Frank 1929 Darnell, Chris 2006-09 109 Darrow, Bill 1958-59 31 Daugherty, Dave 1967-69 75 Davis, Bill 1999-02 77 Davis, Meb 1925-28 Dean, Jeremy 1993-94, 96-97 29 Deery 1931 Derringe, Ed 1967-68 9 Dickerson, Dan 1961, 63-64 56 Dixon, Willis 1944 Dodge, Steve 1969-71 63 Dovell, Guy 1908 Downing, Jack 1967-69 50 Dozier, John 1937 Drake, Lennie 1952-53 26 Driver, James 1906-07, 09-10

0.7 0.3 0.2 0.3 N/A N/A 4.9 4.3 0.3 PPG RPG APG

1.3 0.3 0.5 3.3 1.6 1.5

2.1 1.1 0.3 4.4 2.8 N/A 7.4 4.8 1.0 17.9 15.5 2.8 0.7 0.0 N/A 0.0 0.0 N/A 1.2 1.0 0.4 16.0 3.3 2.5 3.7 1.8 0.7 11.1 5.6 1.0 19.4 16.3 N/A 6.9 2.4 3.5

1.4 0.7 0.7 5.7 3.8 0.9 3.8 2.3 0.5 8.5 5.2 N/A 7.0 6.2 N/A 2.3 1.5 N/A 0.8 0.3 6.0 2.1 10.6 6.5 7.0 2.1 3.8 1.8 6.1 2.0 2.0 0.0

0.3 0.7 0.9 3.7 N/A 3.1 N/A

7.9 8.4 0.9 PPG RPG APG

2.4 1.5 0.4 2.1 2.1 0.1 5.9 2.1 3.2 3.3 1.4 11.6 1.8

2.9 0.8 7.8 2.0

1.0 N/A N/A 0.2

1.2 0.7 0.1

Dudley, Ray 1938 Duff, Sean 1991-94 Duggins, Adam 2000-03 Dunbar, Errol 1929 Duncan, Doug 1971 Dunlap 1944 DuPriest, Bill 1964 Dutton, Adam 2005 Dux, Chris 1992 Dwyer, Mike 1980 . -E- Ellis, Tyler 1906-07 Elmore, Ralph 1934-36 Emory, Andrew 1988-91 Engelken, Don 1955, 57-58 Enoch, Mike 1975-78 Eskay, Bob 1964-65 . -F- Farrandini, Ralph 1928 Farrington, Tom 1957-60 Farthing, Ernest 1911 Fentress, Herb 1919 Findley 1935 Finney, Hiram 1994 Finton, Tom 1968 Fiscella, Dave 1959-60 Fisher, Jerry 1970-72 Fitzgibbons, Bobby 1996-97 Fitzgibbons, Terry 1995-97 Fletcher, Greg 1971 Flickenger, Joe 1934-36 Forrest, Dick 1950-52 Fowler, Vance 1938-39 Franklin, Preacher 1933-35 Franko, Pat 1986-87 Freeman, Jackie 1942-43 Furlong, Paul 1956 . -G- Gaillard, Kyle 2010 Galliant, Milt 1932-33 Garth, Fendal 1908-09 Gayle, Dick 1914-16 Geddes, Jack 1938 Geddy, Thomas 1910-12 Geddy, Vernon 1915-17 Getzoff, Ben 1911 Gewirtzman, Neil 1969-71 Giermak, Bill 1971-72 Giermak, Chet 1947-50 Goldstein, Bernie 1956-58 Gondak, Charles 1939-41 Gooding, Kirk 1961-63 Goodwin, Edward 1909-10 Gornto, H.C. 1924 Goslee, Alpheus 1917 Grabuloff, David 1996-98 Gravely, Howard 1937-38 Green, Johnny 1947-48 Griffin, Cecil 1943 Groothuis, Mark 1960 Guidice 1945 .

85 3.7 1.0 0.4 100 5.8 4.3 1.1 20

1.3 0.7 N/A

7 9 11 7

0.7 3.3 0.5 1.7

0.0 0.7 0.3 0.1

N/A 0.8 0.2 0.3

GM PPG RPG APG

54 78 110 23

1.2 11.4 6.9 4.6

1.1 3.1 3.6 1.4

0.1 N/A 3.1 N/A

GM PPG RPG APG

77

8.8 2.7 N/A

4 2 10 65 54 41 6

0.5 0.8 0.0 0.5 1.1 0.0 7.0 3.4 13.5 6.2 1.2 1.3 0.8 0.3

75

2.5 0.8 0.3

12

0.7 0.3 0.2

25

11.3 2.5 N/A

0.0 N/A N/A 2.9 1.2 0.2 N/A

GM PPG RPG APG

33

2.8 1.4 0.4

50 4 111 46

4.2 1.6 1.0 0.0 18.5 N/A 2.4 1.5

58

9.8 12.2 N/A

76

7.5 4.9 2.2

18

2.2 N/A N/A

0.9 1.0 N/A 3.1 1.7 N/A 14.2 4.6 N/A 4.3 1.9 N/A 6.0 1.2 1.1

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GM PPG RPG APG

56

2.1 1.6 0.2

5

1.0 0.4 0.0

79 34

5.2 4.0 0.8 4.0 2.0 N/A

81 72 91 75

5.0 11.2 5.1 9.7

37

0.7 1.1 0.0

1

1.5 5.2 3.7 5.0

1.0 N/A 0.6 0.7

4.0 0.0 N/A

6 3 58

2.8 N/A N/A 0.7 0.7 N/A 11.9 8.8 2.1

55

4.6 N/A N/A

16

0.8 0.6 0.7

18 52 32 5

2.3 3.7 1.6 1.4

28

5.0 2.0 2.3

51 20 10 60 76

N/A 1.2 2.0 0.2

3.9 1.8 1.4 0.4 1.9 N/A 13.8 3.2 3.0 3.3

N/A 0.5 0.3 0.2

0.3 N/A N/A N/A 0.7

GM PPG RPG APG

20 18 54 24 71 53 22 27 79

12.1 2.3 8.4 3.7 18.2 8.2 8.2 4.3 9.9 2.3 4.4 2.2 1.8 0.6 2.6 2.4 11.1 6.8

1.5 N/A N/A 0.4 1.3 1.6 0.4 N/A 1.2

3

0.7 0.0 N/A

GM PPG RPG APG

74 9 76

11.7 4.6 N/A 1.0 1.2 N/A 9.8 3.8 N/A

1927-28 1953-54 1951 1965 1958 1941-43 1969-70 1983 1946-47 2005-08 2008-10 1955 1998-01 1955 1953-54 1941-43, 45 1975-78 1933-34

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Ladd, Dave 1958 Lamb, Tom 1982-84 Lambiotte, Ken 1986-87 Lammersen, Grant 1995-97 Lane, James 1915 Lange, Roy 1956-59 Larisch, Doug 1979 Lascara, Anthony 1941-42 Lasky, Harvey 1954-56 Lazarescu, Vali 2008 Lazarus, Rhea 1951-52 Lee, Jonathan 2002 Lembeck, Jack 1932-34 Leone, John 1988-91 Levvy, Lionel 1922 Lewis, Peery 1949-51 Lex, Buddy 1948 Light, Harry 1928-30 Litwin, Lester 1932-33 Loehrke, Nate 2003-06 Long 1909 Lowenhaupt, John 1975-78 Lucas, Bill 1947 Ludwick, JohnMark 2010 Lusardi, Vincent 1938 Lynn, Wallace 1931-33 Lyons, John 1920

-M- Mackey, Morgan Mackiewicz, Chet Macleod, Norman Maddox, Arthur Maddox, Milton Madgziak, Stan Mahoney, John Mann, Gregory Mann, Nathan Manning, Frank Manning, Mike Marden, William Markham, Reid Markos, Pete Marriner, Harvey Marsden, Henry Marshall, John Martin, Bill Matsu, Arthur Matthews, Robert Matthews, Troy McCallen, Howie McCandlish, Edgar McClellan, Jason McCray, Bill McCurdy, Sean

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1939-41 1945-46 1934 1916-17 1951 1945-46 1952-55 1944-45 2005-08 1933-35 1988 1933 2001-05 1951-53 1943 1906-07 1925-26 1944 1924-25 1940-41 1989 1951-53 1908 1944 1956-58 2009-10

17 3 1

1.9 1.4 N/A 0.3 0.0 N/A 0.0 1.0 N/A

35 4

9.4 6.3 N/A 1.0 1.0 0.0

117 77 22 58

9.7 3.5 4.8 4.1 14.6 6.9 1.1 0.7

27

3.2 1.9 N/A

80

4.6 3.5 1.0

2.1 0.9 N/A 0.3

GM PPG RPG APG

30 27 20

1.5 0.4 0.3 10.4 5.1 2.1 0.6 0.6 0.1

88 7

13.5 5.4 N/A 0.3 0.3 1.6

12 6 27 7

0.3 0.5 1.1 0.7

91

3.3 3.6 0.3

74 14

5.9 N/A N/A 4.0 N/A N/A

81

3.4 2.2 0.5

0.4 0.2 0.2 0.3

N/A 0.0 0.0 0.0

112 16.7 6.0 3.3 33

4.1 1.3 0.8

GM PPG RPG APG

6

0.3 N/A N/A

78

18.5 11.1 0.2

McCurry, Idus 1953-54 McDonough, Jim 1974-77 McDowell, Quinn 2009-10 McFadden, Matt 2009 McFarlane, Neil 1983-84 McLennan, Scott 1968-69 McMenniman, Lester McMillan, Ed 1948-51 McNair, Gil 1957 McRay, Bill 1957-58 Melton, George 1977-79 Metcalf, John 1924-25 Metcalf, Wayne 1910-13 Metcalf, Will 1913 Metheny, Bud 1936-38 Meyers, Howard 1911 Miller, Al 1957-58 Miller, Howie 1960-61 Miller, Hugh 1962, 64 Milmoe, Patrick 1957 Mitchell, Frank 1912 Mitchell, Randy 1965-67 Moats, Dale 1979-82 Mokris, Taylor 2003-06 Monckton, Dan 1975-78 Montgomery, Sam 1911 Mooney, Milt 1972 Moran, Jim 1998-01 Morris, Martin 1963-65 Morrow, Charlie 1955 Morton, Doug 1962 Moss, Herbie 1970, 72 Mountain, Marty 1953-54, 56 Mozelski, Frank 1930-32 Mozelski, Mitchell 1928-31 Murry, Deane 1917 Musselman, Rod 1973-76 Myers, Doug 1975-76, 79

5 1.8 107 3.6 62 11.7 28 2.6 28 3.2 49 7.0 1930 120 11.2 1 0.0 45 1.4 18 2.2

-N-

GM PPG RPG APG

Newman, Tom 1924-25 Niles, Tom 1965 Nourse, Walter 1913 . -O- O’Gorman, Ted 1977-79 Och, Joe 1944 Ofori Attah, Edwin 2005 Olive, Ben 1995 Oliver, Larry 1936-39 Ollice, Lew 1965-66 O’Reilly, Matt 1987-90 Osbon, Jim 1957-60 Ouseley, Bill 1955-57 Ozenburger, Bill 1948-50 .

1.4 3.5 4.4 1.0 0.6 2.5

N/A 0.6 1.2 0.8 0.7 N/A

N/A 0.0 0.8 1.6

N/A N/A N/A 0.2

18

2.4 2.4 N/A

42

7.9 6.3 N/A

35 84 107 82

1.3 4.7 5.3 1.2

0.9 2.5 2.5 1.0

N/A 0.4 0.9 0.9

107 12.4 4.9 2.1 67 12.6 9.4 N/A 18 5.2 2.6 N/A 31 22

2.8 1.4 0.3 1.4 0.5 N/A

75 36

5.8 1.2 1.3 1.0 1.3 0.2

4

HISTORY

75 17.9 6.0 2.2 105 2.4 2.1 0.5

Kent, Oliver Kern, Bill Kersey, Al Keyes, Mike King, Daniel King, Hal King, Paul Kinley, Paul Kinnamon, Woody Kisielius, Laimis Kitts, Marcus Klapp, Herb Klein, Alex Knick, Walt Knight, Monty Knox, Glenn Kratzer, John Kremen, Max

All-Time Roster

Hall, Chris 1994-95, 97 Hall, Joe 1910-12 Hall, John 1907-08 Hall, Richard 1937 Halligan, Happy 1932-33 Hamlin, A.J. 1997 Hanna, Bud 1934 Hardy, Roger 1962 Harmon, Jermaine 1996-99 Harper, Alex 1954-55 Harper, Wayne 1936-38 Harrington, Billy 1976-79 Harris, Bob 1961-63 Harris, Herb 1981-82, 84-85 Harris, Jerry 1951-53 Harwood, W.S. 1921-22, 24 Hatcher, James 1922 Haunty, James 1998-00 Hedrick 1913 Hemmelgarn, Jerry 1968 Henderson, Aurelius 1988 Henley, John 1919-20 Hess, Adam 2002-04 Hess, Steven 2007-10 Hewitt, Robert 1945 Hickey, Jim 1940, 42 Hicks, Horace 1922-24 Hilling, Harry 1948, 50 Hobbs, Bruce 1958 Hoitsma, Bob 1952, 56-57 Holle, Ed 1944 Holley, Bob 1946-49 Holt 1946 Holtzmuller, Dave 2004 Hooker, Lester 1941-43 Hord, Jack 1950 Horne, Christopher 1995-96 Houston, Jarad 1998-99 Howard, Doug 2010 Howard, Jim 1965 Howell, Brett 2003 Hubbard, Sam 1912-13 Hudson, Ed 1919-20 Hughes, Alton 1909 Hughes, Houston 1909 Hume, Joe 1952-53, 55 Hume, John 1960-62 Hungerford, Dick 1947-48 Hunter, Dave 1962-64 Hutt, Brian 2004-06 . -J- Jackette, Justin 1999 Jancaitis, Tom 1969 Jasper, Tom 1970-71 Jenkins, Jack 2003 Jennings, Terence 1995-98 Jensen, Christopher 1991, 94 Jernigan, Brian 1989-90 Johnson, Mike 1966-68 Johnson, Mike 2000-02 Jones, Howard 1913-16 Jones, Jim 1958 Jones, John 1921 Jorgenson, Johnny 1947 Joyner, Alex 1920 Joynes 1945 . -K- Kahn, Owen 1925-26 Kamen, Stan 1938-39 Kaplan, Jim 1955-57 Kennedy, Milton 1962 Kent, Harry 1968-70

0.0 1.5 N/A

GM PPG RPG APG

55

5.8 4.4 0.6

24 7

6.3 2.1 0.7 0.3 0.1 0.0

27 106 9 58 39

3.0 2.5 0.4 5.8 2.2

3.0 1.3 0.6 2.8 N/A

N/A 2.8 N/A N/A N/A

120 8.6 2.8 2.2 4

1.0 0.5 0.0

86 43

4.6 1.9 1.2 2.0 0.4 0.4

20 52

1.7 0.7 0.8 6.6 4.6 0.7

6 56

0.7 0.3 N/A 4.4 2.2 3.0

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HISTORY

All-Time Roster

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76

Paffrath, Larry Palese, Bill Panneton, Ron Panzenback, Bob Parker, Carl Parker, Joe Parnell, Skip Patton, Bill Pavloff, Andrew Payne, Jack Payton, Adam Payton, Charles Pegram, Bill Person, Bill Peters, Derrick Peters, Stephan Pfingst, Tom Phillips, Bill Pierce, Chester Pierce, Edwin Pires, John Pomeroy, Ben Popplewell, Dave Potts, Casey Potts, Harold Powell, Vernon Pride, Curtis Purpura, Steve

1964-66 1932 1966-68 1973-74 1993-96 1944 1975-78 1953-54 2010 1950 2006-07 1992 1944-46 1955-56 1990-93 1922 1973-74 1998 1919-22 1920-23 1953, 55-56 1965-67 1964-65 1988-91 1936 1910 1987-90 1992-95

-R-

Ragazzo, Vito 1945 Rama, Jim 1966-68 Ramsey, Ron 1960 Rash, Steve 1971 Reed, James 1931-33 Reichert, Doug 1974 Renfro, John 1950 Richardson, Kevin 1982-85 Risinger, Mark 1976-79 Ritter, Mark 1972-74 Rivers, Sherman 2000-03 Roberts, Kenny 1960-62 Roberts, Thomas 1990-93 Robertson, Issac 1915-17 Robinson, Sherman 1948-49 Rocke, Alex 1985-86 Rodney 1945 Rothwell, Stuart 1915 Roy, Jim 1962-64 Rum, Matt 2010 Rutledge, Warren 1952-55 . -S- Salvadori, Chris 1987-88 Salyers, Sal 1946 Sanders, Charlie 1957-60 Sandidge, Phil 1965 Satterthwaite, Ron 1974-77 Sauerbaun, John 1928-31 Savage, Dick 1952-53, 56 Savage, Mike 1986 Scarborough, Jack 1908 Schefer, Ed 1955 Scheie, Leif 1913 Schemering, Mike 1970 Schlossberg, Nathan 1907-09 Schneider, David 2007-10 Schubert, Axel 1986-87 Scott, Charles 1929 Scott, Scotty 1997, 99-00 Scully, Jack 1929-30 Seay, Terry 1972 Seward, Steve 1971-73 Sexton, John 2008

GM PPG RPG APG

72

7.0 5.8 N/A

73 16.2 3.3 N/A 33 0.6 0.8 0.1 107 10.7 6.0 1.0 89 28 6 16 58 16

4.3 2.9 2.9 3.0 1.0 0.8 1.1 0.8 10.5 3.3 1.1 0.8

1.0 N/A 0.2 0.1 1.7 0.1

39 3.4 2.9 N/A 109 3.6 1.6 1.5 37 27

12.1 3.5 3.0 8.0 5.7 1.1

38 74 9 92

2.8 1.4 N/A 14.7 12.0 N/A 5.6 2.2 N/A 2.5 1.9 0.5

94 74

5.6 2.3 3.1 3.3 3.0 0.4

GM PPG RPG APG

74

10.5 7.1 N/A

6

1.5 1.2 N/A

23 27 113 64 81 113 70 111

1.3 0.5 6.6 N/A 1.1 5.4 1.8 1.2 7.9 4.4 8.2 3.5 8.7 4.2 15.9 5.9

28 33

3.1 N/A N/A 2.2 1.3 0.2

69 33 28

7.3 .3 N/A 2.7 0.9 0.8 4.6 2.2 0.2

0.4 N/A 1.3 0.1 0.7 2.4 N/A 1.7

GM PPG RPG APG

13

0.9 0.8 0.2

94 7.1 7.6 N/A 7 0.9 1.4 N/A 106 13.2 3.7 3.1 49

10.1 5.5 0.4

3

2.7 2.0 N/A

27

9.1 4.5 N/A

Sexton, Vincent 1923-25 Shafer, Michael 1991, 93-94 34 Shaffer, Lawrence 1930-32 Sherman, Wray 1949 28 Sherrill, Jud 1936 Sherwood, Bob 1968, 70 51 Siegert, Steve 1948-50 16 Silverman, Abe 1928-30 Nils-Paul Skara 2008 8 Small, Kurt 1992-95 108 Small, Raymond 1906-07 Smidl, Bob 1943 Smith, Alex 2006-07, 2009 79 Smith, Arthur 1906 Smith, Hawley 2005-06 53 Smith, Scott 1989-92 107 Snyder, Isador 1927 Sokol, Charlie 1947-49 51 Sorenson, Steve 2002-04 15 Spack, George 1971-73 79 Steen, Sam 1996-98 75 Steib, Bart 1965, 67 19 Stein, Peter 2006-09 118 Stephens, Eugene 1917 Stone, Webster 1915 Stout, David 1968-70 50 Stovall, David 1971 14 Stratton, Chris 2005-08 57 Strayhorn, Mike 1980-83 103 Streckroth, Bob 1943 Strohbehn, Tom 1999-02 112 Strong, Kim 1971 4 Stryker, Henry 1916 Stubbs, Tam 1953-54 27 Sudkamp, Don 1946 Sullivan, Charles 1942 Sumner, Danny 2007-10 117 Sundin, Corky 1930-32 Supplee, Jim 1969 4 Swindell 1944 Sykes, Bin 1930-32 . -T- GM Tabscott, Robert 1956 20 Taffe, John 1939-41 Taylor, Billy 1966-68 56 Taylor, Greg 1987-89 12 Taylor, Horace 1927-28 Teach, Charlie 1947-48 20 Teckler, 1931 Tinker, Dave 1972 10 Todd, John 1922-25 Todd, Lee 1924-27 Trammell, Jeff 1971-73 80 Traver, Tony 1981, 83-85 106 Trimble, Scott 1984-87 96 Trout, Tim 1985-88 100 Trueheart, John 1935 Trumbower, Adam 2004-07 94 Tucker, Rudy 1973 7 Turk, Bill 1944 Turner, Bud 1980 7 Turner, Henry 1912-14 Tyler, Ken 1986-87 6 .

0.8 0.4 0.3 2.0 N/A N/A 20.6 10.3 N/A 1.3 N/A N/A 0.1 0.1 0.1 13.8 4.0 2.0 4.1 2.7 0.3 5.7 4.2 1.0 12.5 4.6 1.6 9.9 1.2 7.4 3.4 3.4 5.8 3.4 1.3 1.2 9.2

N/A 0.7 2.0 1.4 1.2 3.6 1.1 1.1 0.8 3.7

N/A 0.0 2.8 1.4 N/A 1.3 N/A N/A 0.2 1.9

7.4 5.2 1.0 0.5 0.8 N/A 6.8 3.1 N/A 9.8 3.4 0.9 1.3 0.5 N/A

PPG RPG APG

3.9 1.5 N/A 2.0 1.5 N/A 0.8 0.7 0.1

4.2 N/A N/A 0.4 0.8 N/A 10.7 5.8 8.5 2.2 5.2 2.1 10.1 6.0

1.1 1.9 2.0 0.7

-V- Vail, Dennis Van Horne, Harry Vandeweghe, Al Varga, Ray Vaughan, Dick Vaughn, Bev Veres, Rich Verkey, Matt Viglianco, Thomas

1974-76 1913 1942-43 1956-57, 59 1946 1958-61 1980-81 1993-96 2002-03

-W-

Wagner, Tim 1978-81 Wakefield, Eric 1989-92 Walker, Dave 1966-67 Wallace, 1915-16 Wallick, Clair 1926-27 Walter, Tim 1964-66 Ward, Jim 1942-43 Warns, Jim 1970-72 Watkins, Sam 1923 Watson, Bruce 1906 Weaver, Walter 1942 Webb, Paul 1948 Weidner, Brant 1980-83 Wenk, Walter 1964-66 Wesson, Harrison 1925 White, Doc 1944-45 Whitley, Scott 1978-81 Williams, Harvey 1913, 15-16 Williams, Woody 1946 Wilson, Connie 1934 Wilson, Paul 1912 Wilson, Willard 1917 Winn, Waffles 1927-29 Winter, Mit 1998-01 Withers, H.V. 1966 Wolf, Brian 1966 Woods, Bettle 1913 Woollum, Charles 1960-62 Worrell 1933 Wortman, Chuck 1973-74 Wright, Austin 1944-45 Wright, Jack 1913 Wyatt, Albert 1915 . -Y- Yeager, Frank 1938-39 Young, Clyde 1926 Young, Whiting 1920-23 Younkin, Ed 1962-63 . -Z- Zable, Walter 1937 Zane, Gene 1949 Zehmer, George 1913-16 Zion, William 1913-16

GM PPG RPG APG

80

6.7 4.4 0.5

42

4.0 2.6 N/A

88 53 106 53

13.5 7.3 3.2 1.5 11.4 2.4 4.9 2.6

GM PPG RPG APG

95 82 31

4.2 2.2 1.1 1.6 .12 0.2 8.2 1.7 N/A

66

7.9 5.5 N/A

75

7.9 5.9 1.7

1 3.0 0.0 N/A 111 7.0 4.4 0.5 71 9.9 3.2 N/A 101 10.5 3.5 1.9

109 6.9 3.3 1.3 18 1.5 0.8 N/A 21

2.3 0.2 N/A

20

2.6 1.3 0.1

GM PPG RPG APG

28

6.2 2.0 2.4

25 67 28

2.6 0.6 0.5 6.6 3.4 2.2 2.5 1.0 0.3

3.0 2.0 N/A

GM PPG RPG APG

9

1.7 1.2 0.9 0.0 0.1 0.0 1.3 1.5 0.1 0.5 0.5 0.2

121 12.3 4.4 3.0 9 0.7 1.1 0.0 65

N/A .14 2.1 0.6

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RECORDS

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Jeff Cohen scored a W&M record 49 points against Richmond on Feb. 25, 1961.

SINGLE-GAME SCORING 1. 49 2. 47 3. 45 45 5. 39 6. 38 38 38 38 10. 37 11. 36 36 36 14. 35 35 35 35 35 35 20. 34 34 34 34 34 25. 33 33 33 33 33 33 31. 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32

(all 30-point games) Jeff Cohen vs. Richmond (2/25/61) John Mahoney at Furman (12/3/54) Bill Chambers vs. Wash. & Lee (2/21/53) Chet Giermak vs. Baltimore (1/11/49) Scott Smith at George Mason (2/15/90) Tom Bock at Towson (1/16/89) Ron Panneton vs. The Citadel (2/3/68) Ron Panneton at Richmond (1/14/67) Jeff Cohen vs. West Virginia (3/3/61) Bill Chambers vs. Virginia (2/14/53) Adam Hess at Drexel (2/7/04) Mit Winter vs. James Madison (1/24/01) Chet Giermak at Colby (12/6/49) Adam Hess vs. VCU (2/19/03) Adam Hess at Hampton (2/3/03) Mike Arizin vs. Richmond (12/11/73) Tom Jasper vs. Georgetown (12/7/70) Jeff Cohen at Richmond (1/9/60) Jim Kaplan at VMI (2/18/57) Adam Hess vs. VCU (1/18/03) Keith Cieplicki vs. Drexel (12/1/84) Bob Sherwood at Richmond (2/24/68) Jeff Cohen vs. West Virginia (2/26/60) Jeff Cohen West Virginia (1/30/60) Adam Hess vs. Char. Southern (1/2/03) Mike Arizin vs. Furman (3/1/74) Dave Daugherty vs. Air Force (12/28/68) Ron Panneton at J’ville (12/20/65) Ben Pomeroy vs. Virginia (12/1/65) Dave Hunter at Virginia Tech (2/10/64) Jim Moran at Hampton (11/28/98) Randy Bracy at Wichita St. (12/28/97) Matt Verkey vs. GMU (2/27/95) Keith Cieplicki vs. GMU (2/23/85) Ron Satterthwaite at Furman (1/25/75) Tom Jasper at Duke (12/13/69) Ron Panneton vs. Loyola (1/6/68) Tim Walter at Georgia Tech (12/21/64) Bill Chambers vs. VMI (2/10/51) Chet Giermak vs. Randolph-Macon (1949) Chet Giermak vs. Pens. NAS (1949-50)

42. 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 55. 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

David Schneider vs. Navy (11/22/08) Adam Hess at Campbell (12/30/02) Adam Duggins vs. ORU (11/28/99) Terence Jennings at ECU (1/10/98) Kurt Small at Loyola (1/30/94) Thomas Roberts at ECU (2/26/92) Jimmy Apple vs. Loyola (1/3/90) Tim Trout vs. George Mason (3/6/88) Keith Cieplicki vs. Navy (3/8/85) John Lowenhaupt vs. ECU (3/5/75) Ran Panneton vs. Hamp.-Syd. (1/11/67) Jeff Cohen vs. VMI (12/15/59) Bill Chambers at VMI (2/19/52) Danny Sumner vs. Navy (11/22/08) Nick D’Antoni at The Citadel (11/26/01) Justin Jackette vs. American (2/25/99) Jim Moran vs. Elon (12/22/98) Carl Parker vs. Marymount (11/29/95) Kurt Small at UNCW (2/12/94) Tom Bock at Stetson (12/30/88) Scott Whitley vs. Richmond (2/26/80) John Lowenhaupt at ECU (2/10/77) Ron Satterthwaite vs. ODU (2/5/76) Jeff Trammell at Rice (12/22/71) Steve Dodge vs. Rice (1/6/71) Tom Jasper vs. East Carolina (2/18/70) Tom Jasper vs. NC State (12/1/69) Bob Sherwood vs. Loyola (1/6/68) Ron Panneton at Furman (2/13/67) Jeff Cohen vs. West Virginia (2/27/59) Jeff Cohen vs. Navy (2/8/58) Don Engelken vs. The Citadel (11/30/56) John Mahoney at Wash. & Lee (2/6/54) Chet Giermak at Seton Hall (12/30/50)

Adam Hess had six games of 30 or more points during his W&M career.

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ANNUAL SCORING LEADERS Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948

Player David Schneider David Schneider Laimis Kisielius Adam Payton Calvin Baker Corey Cofield Adam Hess Adam Hess Mike Johnson Jim Moran Jim Moran Jim Moran Randy Bracy Randy Bracy Bobby Fitzgibbons Carl Parker Kurt Small Kurt Small Thomas Roberts Thomas Roberts Thomas Roberts Scott Smith Tom Bock Tim Trout Tim Trout Scott Coval Keith Cieplicki Keith Cieplicki Keith Cieplicki Keith Cieplicki Scott Whitley Mike Strayhorn Scott Whitley Scott Whitley John Lowenhaupt John Lowenhaupt John Lowenhaupt Ron Satterthwaite Ron Satterthwaite Mike Arizin Mike Arizin Jeff Trammell Tom Jasper Bob Sherwood Dave Daugherty Bob Sherwood Ron Panneton Ben Pomeroy Walter Wenk Martin Morris Dave Hunter Bob Harris Roger Bergey Jeff Cohen Jeff Cohen Jeff Cohen Roy Lange Roy Lange Don Engelken Dick Savage John Mahoney John Mahoney Bill Chambers Bill Chambers Bill Chambers Chet Giermak Chet Giermak Chet Giermak

Points 512 408 362 415 324 382 568 564 334 382 387 357 240 448 409 396 484 423 470 449 454 409 408 489 346 341 566 429 465 352 297 266 349 322 504 518 447 372 473 471 465 437 519 506 372 545 516 411 358 335 380 353 361 575 628 395 340 583 372 431 656 456 465 459 532 646 740 394

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Avg 15.5 14.1 11.3 13.8 11.6 13.2 20.3 20.1 11.5 13.6 14.1 13.2 13.3 17.2 14.6 15.2 17.9 15.7 17.4 15.5 16.8 14.6 16.3 16.9 12.8 12.2 20.2 15.3 16.0 12.6 10.6 11.1 13.4 12.4 19.4 17.3 16.0 16.9 16.9 17.4 17.2 16.2 19.2 18.7 14.3 22.7 20.6 17.1 14.3 16.0 17.3 14.7 15.0 24.0 24.2 16.5 17.0 20.1 13.8 16.6 27.3 19.8 20.2 16.4 17.2 20.8 21.8 17.1


2010 NIT PARTICIPANT 20. Matt Courage 21. Carl Parker 22. Danny Sumner 23. Kevin Richardson 24. Laimis Kisielius 25. Ben Pomeroy 26. Corey Cofield 27. Scott Whitley 28. Bob Sherwood 29. Nathan Mann 30. Bill Barnes 31. Jimmy Apple 32. Tim Trout

1973-75, 77 1993-96 2007-10 1982-85 2005-08 1965-67 2004-07 1978-81 1968, 70 2005-08 1979-82 1988-91 1985-88

110 107 117 113 116 74 97 101 51 120 109 86 100

1164 1150 1146 1139 1133 1085 1080 1061 1051 1031 1028 1017 1011

SINGLE-SEASON SCORING AVERAGE

Season 1949 1955 1950 1960 1958 1961 2004 1985 2003 1968 1951 1971 1977 1967 2010 1970 1978 1988 1995 1975

G 34 24 31 26 29 24 28 28 28 24 31 27 30 25 33 27 26 29 27 28

Pts 740 656 646 628 583 575 568 566 564 545 532 519 518 516 512 506 504 489 484 473

CAREER SCORING

(all 1,000-point scorers) Player Seasons G 1. Chet Giermak 1947-50 111 2. Jeff Cohen 1958-61 103 3. John Lowenhaupt 1975-78 112 4. Keith Cieplicki 1982-85 113 5. Thomas Roberts 1990-93 111 6. David Schneider 2007-10 121 7. Kurt Small 1992-95 108 8. Bill Chambers 1951-53 82 9. John Mahoney 1952-55 78 10. Ron Satterthwaite 1974-77 106 11. Adam Hess 2002-04 75 12. Ed McMillan 1948-51 120 13. Scott Smith 1989-92 107 14. Jim Moran 1998-01 107 15. Randy Bracy 1996-99 92 16. Matt Verkey 1993-96 106 17. Roy Lange 1956-59 88 18. Bev Vaughan 1958-61 88 19. Ron Panneton 1966-68 73

Pts 2052 2003 1866 1812 1765 1491 1487 1456 1446 1394 1341 1340 1339 1324 1229 1209 1192 1185 1182

Avg 27.3 24.2 24.0 22.7 21.8 20.8 20.6 20.3 20.2 20.2 20.1 20.1 19.8 19.4 19.2 18.7 17.9 17.4 17.4 17.3

CAREER SCORING AVERAGE

(minimum 50 games) Player Seasons G Pts Avg 1. Bob Sherwood 1968-70 51 1051 20.6 2. Jeff Cohen 1958-61 103 2003 19.4 3. John Mahoney 1952-55 78 1446 18.5 4. Chet Giermak 1947-50 111 2052 18.5 5. Tom Jasper 1970-71 54 982 18.2 6. Adam Hess 2002-04 75 1341 17.9 7. Bill Chambers 1951-53 82 1456 17.8

John Mahoney averaged a school record 27.3 points per game in 1955. 8. Mike Arizin 1973-74 9. John Lowenhaupt 1975-78 10. Ron Panneton 1966-68 11. Keith Cieplicki 1982-85 12. Thomas Roberts 1990-93 13. Ben Pomeroy 1965-67 14. Steve Dodge 1969-71 15. Dave Hunter 1963-64 16. Kurt Small 1992-95 17. Roy Lange 1956-59 18. Bobby Fitzgibbons 1996-97 19. Bev Vaughan 1958-61 20. Randy Bracy 1996-99 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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

54 936 17.3 112 1866 16.7 73 1182 16.2 113 1812 16.0 111 1765 15.9 74 1085 14.7 63 892 14.2 60 829 13.8 108 1487 13.8 88 1192 13.5 54 728 13.5 88 1185 13.5 92 1229 13.4

RECORDS

SINGLE-SEASON SCORING

Player 1. Chet Giermak 2. John Mahoney 3. Chet Giermak 4. Jeff Cohen 5. Roy Lange 6. Jeff Cohen 7. Adam Hess 8. Keith Cieplicki 9. Adam Hess 10. Bob Sherwood 11. Bill Chambers 12. Tom Jasper 13. John Lowenhaupt 14. Ron Panneton 15. David Schneider 16. Bob Sherwood 17. John Lowenhaupt 18. Tim Trout 19. Kurt Small 20. Ron Satterthwaite

Pts 656 628 575 545 740 646 516 568 465 566 564 583 456 504 519 506 484 471 470 380

Scoring

Bob Sherwood averaged 22.7 points per game in 1968.

(minimum 15 games) Player Season G 1. John Mahoney 1955 24 2. Jeff Cohen 1960 26 3. Jeff Cohen 1961 24 4. Bob Sherwood 1968 24 5. Chet Giermak 1949 34 6. Chet Giermak 1950 31 7. Ron Panneton 1967 25 8. Adam Hess 2004 28 9. Bill Chambers 1953 23 10. Keith Cieplicki 1985 28 11. Adam Hess 2003 28 12. Roy Lange 1958 29 13. John Mahoney 1954 23 14. John Lowenhaupt 1978 26 15. Tom Jasper 1971 27 16. Bob Sherwood 1970 27 17. Kurt Small 1995 27 18. Mike Arizin 1974 27 19. Thomas Roberts 1993 27 20. Dave Hunter 1964 22

TEAM SEASON SCORING Season 2010 1949 1977 1970 1958 1951 1988 2008 1973 1955

G 33 34 30 27 29 31 29 33 27 25

Pts 2213 2193 2175 2117 2110 2062 2061 2059 2047 2035

TEAM SEASON SCORING AVERAGE

Season 1955 1953 1970 1960 1968 1973 1956 1993 1961 1996

G 25 23 27 26 24 27 26 27 24 26

Pts 2035 1817 2117 2011 1846 2047 1955 2025 1800 1923

Avg. 81.4 79.0 78.4 77.3 76.9 75.8 75.2 75.0 75.0 74.0

John Lowenhaupt is one of only four W&M players to score 1,800 points in his career.

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RECORDS

Rebounding

1. 51* Bill Chambers vs. Virginia (2/14/53) 2. 31 Jeff Cohen vs. Richmond (2/25/61) 31 Chuck Sanders vs. Va Tech (1/18/57) 4. 27 Kirk Gooding vs. GW (2/19/63) 27 Jeff Cohen at Richmond (12/30/59) 6. 26 David Cully vs. VMI (1/17/96) 7. 25 Jeff Cohen at West Virginia (12/3/60) 8. 24 Todd Cauthorn vs. The Citadel (12/5/92) 24 Jeff Cohen vs. Richmond (1/10/59) 10. 23 Jeff Cohen vs. Richmond (3/1/58) 23 John Mahoney vs. VMI (2/12/55) * NCAA Record

SINGLE-GAME REBOUNDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

26 24 20 17 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

(since 1973) David Cully vs. VMI (1/17/96) Todd Cauthorn vs. The Citadel (12/5/92) David Cully vs. VCU (1/4/96) David Cully at George Mason (1/18/95) Carl Parker vs. Marymount (11/29/95) David Cully vs. George Mason (2/27/95) David Cully vs. American (2/15/95) David Cully vs. UNLV (2/11/95) David Cully vs. James Madison (2/8/95) David Cully at VMI (1/26/95) David Cully vs. East Carolina (1/19/94) Tim Trout at American (2/6/88) Brant Weidner at Wake Forest (1/17/83)

SINGLE-SEASON REBOUNDS

Player 1. Bill Chambers 2. Bill Chambers 3. Jeff Cohen 4. Jeff Cohen 5. Jeff Cohen 6. Jeff Cohen 7. John Mahoney 8. Ben Pomeroy 9. John Mahoney 10. Kirk Gooding

Season 1952 1953 1960 1961 1959 1958 1955 1967 1954 1963

G 28 23 26 24 24 29 24 25 23 20

Reb 509 498 471 424 413 371 312 308 306 302

SINGLE-SEASON REBOUNDS

(since 1973) Player Season 1. David Cully 1995 2. Tim Trout 1988 3. Matt Courage 1977 4. David Cully 1996 5. Todd Cauthorn 1993 6. David Cully 1994 7. Mike Johnson 2002 8. Mike Arizin 1974 9. Shaka Arnold 1997 10. Mark Batzel 1988

G 27 29 30 25 27 26 29 27 28 29

CAREER REBOUNDS

Player 1. Jeff Cohen 2. Bill Chambers 3. Ben Pomeroy 4. John Mahoney 5. David Cully 6. Chuck Sanders 7. Matt Courage 8. Kirk Gooding 9. John Lowenhaupt 10. Thomas Roberts

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Seasons 1958-61 1951-53 1965-67 1952-55 1993-96 1957-60 1973-75 1961-63 1975-78 1990-93

G 103 82 74 78 93 94 110 58 112 111

Reb 287 267 264 244 235 233 218 210 209 208 Reb 1679 1270 886 869 783 717 714 710 669 655

SINGLE-SEASON REBOUND AVERAGE

Player 1 .Bill Chambers 2. Bill Chambers 3. Jeff Cohen 4. Jeff Cohen 5. Jeff Cohen 6. Kirk Gooding 7. John Mahoney 8. John Mahoney 9. Jeff Cohen 10. Ben Pomeroy

Season 1953 1952 1960 1961 1959 1963 1954 1955 1958 1966

G 23 28 26 24 24 20 23 24 29 24

Reb 498 509 471 424 413 302 306 312 371 300

Avg 21.7 18.2 18.1 17.7 17.2 15.1 13.3 13.0 12.8 12.5

SINGLE-SEASON REBOUND AVERAGE

(since 1973) Player Season 1. David Cully 1995 2. David Cully 1996 3. Tim Trout 1988 4. David Cully 1994 5. Matt Courage 1977 6. Todd Cauthorn 1993 7. Mike Arizin 1974 8. Mike Johnson 2002 9. Shaka Arnold 1997 10. Kevin Richardson 1985

G 27 25 29 26 30 27 27 29 28 28

Reb Avg 287 10.6 244 9.8 267 9.2 233 9.0 264 8.8 235 8.7 210 7.8 218 7.5 209 7.5 206 7.4

CAREER REBOUND AVERAGE

(minimum 50 games) Player Seasons G 1. Jeff Cohen 1958-61 103 2. Bill Chambers 1951-53 82 3. Kirk Gooding 1961-63 58 4. Ben Pomeroy 1965-67 74 5. John Mahoney 1952-55 78 6. Bob Sherwood 1968, 70 51 7. Martin Morris 1963-65 67 8. Bob Hoitsma 1952, 56-57 58 9. David Cully 1993-96 93 10. Tom Jasper 1970-71 54

Reb 1679 1270 710 886 869 524 629 512 783 444

Avg 16.3 15.5 12.2 12.0 11.1 10.3 9.4 8.8 8.4 8.2

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON REBOUNDS

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

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

Season 1952 1960 1961 1953 1977 1970 1975 1957 1973 1959

G 28 26 24 23 30 27 28 27 27 24

Reb 1534 1359 1313 1219 1206 1202 1152 1152 1129 1126

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON REBOUNDING AVERAGE Season 1952 1961 1953 1960 1959 1963 1965 1970 1962 1964

G 28 24 23 26 24 24 25 27 24 22

Reb 1534 1313 1219 1359 1126 1094 1125 1202 1060 961

Avg 54.8 54.7 53.0 52.3 46.9 45.6 45.0 44.5 44.2 43.7

ANNUAL REBOUNDING LEADERS Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952

Player Marcus Kitts Quinn McDowell Peter Stein Adam Payton Corey Cofield Corey Cofield Adam Hess Adam Hess Mike Johnson Mike Johnson Adam Duggins Tom Strohbehn Tom Strohbehn David Grabuloff Shaka Arnold David Cully David Cully David Cully Todd Cauthorn Ben Blocker Ben Blocker Scott Smith Tom Bock Tim Trout Tim Trout Ken Lambiotte Kevin Richardson Kevin Richardson Brant Weidner Brant Weidner Bill Barnes Bill Barnes Ken Bowen Scott Whitley John Lowenhaupt Matt Courage John Lowenhaupt John Lowenhaupt Mike Courage Mike Arizin Mike Arizin Jeff Trammell Tom Jasper Bob Sherwood Dave Daugherty Bob Sherwood Ben Pomeroy Ben Pomeroy Ben Pomeroy Martin Morris Kirk Gooding Bob Harris Kirk Gooding Jeff Cohen Jeff Cohen Jeff Cohen Jeff Cohen Bob Hoitsma Dick Savage Bob Hoitsma John Mahoney John Mahoney Bill Chambers Bill Chambers

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Rebs. 203 133 157 119 132 200 187 177 218 203 155 154 191 167 209 244 287 233 235 203 175 157 155 267 190 137 206 188 179 137 140 112 111 124 163 264 180 158 157 210 197 230 232 271 243 253 308 300 278 264 302 159 146 424 471 413 371 277 201 200 312 306 498 509

Avg. 6.3 4.4 4.8 4.0 4.7 6.9 6.7 6.3 7.5 7.3 5.5 5.5 7.1 6.2 7.5 9.8 10.6 9.0 8.7 7.0 6.3 5.6 6.2 9.2 7.0 5.1 7.4 6.7 6.2 4.9 5.0 4.1 4.3 4.8 6.3 8.8 6.4 5.6 6.0 7.8 7.3 8.5 8.6 10.0 9.3 10.5 12.3 12.5 11.1 12.0 15.1 6.6 10.4 17.7 18.1 17.2 12.8 10.3 7.7 8.0 13.0 13.3 21.7 18.2


2010 NIT PARTICIPANT ANNUAL ASSISTS LEADERS Assists Avg 112 3.39 78 2.69 124 3.76 69 2.65 100 3.57 76 2.62 159 5.68 71 2.54 79 2.72 74 2.64 84 3.36 71 2.63 107 4.12 59 2.68 119 4.58 116 4.46 120 4.44 97 3.73 67 2.31 64 3.05 108 4 95 3.52 121 4.32 102 3.78 85 3.4 111 3.96 168 6.22 100 3.7 91 3.14 128 4.57 88 3.14 82 3.04 55 2.12 118 4.54 123 4.1 85 3.04 92 81 101

0.86 1.13 3.74

SINGLE-GAME ASSISTS

Scott Coval vs. George Mason (2/23/85) Scotty Scott vs. Elon (12/22/98) David Cox vs. George Mason (2/27/95) Sean McCurdy at James Madison (1/27/10) Nick D’Antoni at GMU (1/31/04) Nick D’Antoni at Towson (1/14/04) Scotty Scott vs. Campbell (12/22/99) Randy Bracy vs. Geo. Mason (2/26/96) Matt O’Reilly at Towson (1/16/89) Scott Coval vs. Delaware (1/30/85) Billy Barnes vs. Richmond (1/20/82) John Lowenhaupt at Furman (1/22/77) Nick D’Antoni at Hofstra (1/24/04) Kurt Small vs. George Mason (2/27/95) David Cox vs. American (2/15/95) David Cox vs. James Madison (2/7/94) David Cox at Holy Cross (1/5/93) Curtis Pride vs. East Carolina (2/24/88) Scott Coval vs. Drexel (12/1/84) George Spack vs. Richmond (2/26/72)

G 27 28 28 33 30 28 27 26 26 26

Ast 168 159 128 124 123 121 120 119 118 116

SINGLE-SEASON ASSISTS

(Since 1984 when assists became an official statistic) Player Season G Ast 1. Scott Coval 1985 27 168 2. Nick D’Antoni 2004 28 159 3. David Schneider 2008 33 124 4. Matt O’Reilly 1989 28 121 5. David Cox 1994 27 120 6. Randy Bracy 1996 26 119 7. David Cox 1995 26 116 8. Sean McCurdy 2010 33 112 9. Scott Coval 1986 28 111 10. Brendan Connor 1991 27 108

CAREER ASSISTS

Player Seasons 1. Scott Coval 1983-86 2. John Lowenhaupt 1975-78 3. David Schneider 2007-10 4. Brendan Connor 1990-93 5. Randy Bracy 1996-99 6. Mike Enoch 1975-78 7. Bill Barnes 1979-82 8. Nick D’Antoni 2002-05 9. David Cox 1992-95 10. Ron Satterthwaite 1974-77

G 110 112 121 102 92 110 109 107 109 106

Ast 409 369. 368 358 351 344 341 340 336 331

SINGLE-SEASON ASSIST AVERAGE

Player Season 1. Scott Coval 1985 2. Nick D’Antoni 2004 3. Randy Bracy 1996 4. Bill Barnes 1982 5. John Lowenhaupt 1978 6. David Cox 1995 7. David Cox 1994 8. Matt O’Reilly 1989 9. Randy Bracy 1998 10. John Lowenhaupt 1977

G 27 28 26 28 26 26 27 28 26 30

Ast 168 159 119 128 118 116 120 121 107 123

Avg 6.22 5.68 4.58 4.57 4.54 4.46 4.44 4.32 4.12 4.10

SINGLE-SEASON ASSIST AVERAGE

(Since 1984 when assists became an official statistic) Player Season G Ast Avg 1. Scott Coval 1985 27 168 6.22 2. Nick D’Antoni 2004 28 159 5.68 3. Randy Bracy 1996 26 119 4.58 4. David Cox 1995 26 116 4.46 5. David Cox 1994 27 120 4.44 6. Matt O’Reilly 1989 28 121 4.32 7. Randy Bracy 1998 26 107 4.12 8. Brendan Connor 1991 27 108 4.00 9. Scott Coval 1986 28 111 3.96 10. Curtis Pride 1988 27 102 3.78

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CAREER ASSIST AVERAGE

(minimum 50 games) Player Seasons G 1. Randy Bracy 1996-99 92 2. Scott Coval 1983-86 110 3. Brendan Connor 1990-93 102 4. John Lowenhaupt 1975-78 112 5. Nick D’Antoni 2002-05 107 6. Bill Barnes 1979-82 109 7. Mike Enoch 1975-78 110 8. Ron Satterthwaite 1974-77 106 9. David Cox 1992-95 109 10. Curtis Pride 1987-90 94

Ast Avg 351 3.82 409 3.72 358 3.51 369 3.29 340 3.17 341 3.13 344 3.13 331 3.12 336 3.08 287 3.05

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON ASSISTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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

Season 1977 2010 1985 2004 2008 1988 1978 1990 2009 1992

G 30 33 28 28 33 29 26 28 30 29

Ast 508 463 455 442 441 435 419 411 409 405

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON ASSIST AVERAGE Season 1977 1985 1978 2004 1988 1990 1998 1993 1987 1996

G 30 28 26 28 29 28 27 27 27 26

Ast 508 455 419 442 435 411 395 391 388 373

Avg 17.0 16.3 16.1 15.8 15.0 14.7 14.6 14.5 14.4 14.4

RECORDS

1. 15 2. 14 3. 12 4. 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 13. 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Player Sean McCurdy David Schneider David Schneider David Schneider Calvin Baker Nathan Mann Nick D’Antoni Sherman Rivers Nick D’Antoni Sherman Rivers Scotty Scott Scotty Scott Randy Bracy Randy Bracy Randy Bracy David Cox David Cox Brendan Connor Thomas Roberts Brendan Connor Brendan Connor Curtis Pride Matt O’Reilly Curtis Pride Scott Trimble Scott Coval Scott Coval Scott Coval Keith Cieplicki Bill Barnes Bill Barnes Bill Barnes Scott Whitley John Lowenhaupt John Lowenhaupt John Lowenhaupt Not available Ron Satterthwait Tom Pfingst George Spack

Season 1985 2004 1982 2008 1977 1989 1994 1996 1978 1995

Assists

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972

SINGLE-SEASON ASSISTS

Player 1. Scott Coval 2. Nick D’Antoni 3. Bill Barnes 4. David Schneider 5. John Lowenhaupt 6. Matt O’Reilly 7. David Cox 8. Randy Bracy 9. John Lowenhaupt 10. David Cox

SEASON ASSIST-TO-TURNOVER RATIO

(minimum 50 assists) Player Year G Ratio (A/TO) 1. Scott Coval 1985 27 2.51 (168/67) 2. Scott Coval 1984 27 2.33 (100/43) 3. John Lowenhaupt 1978 26 2.31 (118/51) 4. David Schneider 2008 33 2.21 (124/56) 5. Sean McCurdy 2010 33 2.20 (112/51) 6. Nick D’Antoni 2004 28 2.09 (159/76) 7. John Lowenhaupt 1977 30 2.05 (123/60) 8. David Schneider 2010 33 1.98 (97/49) 9. Mike Strayhorn 1983 29 1.91 (86/45) 10. David Schneider 2009 29 1.81 (78/43)

CAREER ASSIST-TO-TURNOVER RATIO (minimum 100 assists) Player Year Ratio (A/TO) 1. John Lowenhaupt 1976-78 1.93 (326/169) 2. David Schneider 2007-10 1.88 (368/196) 3. Scott Coval 1983-86 1.87 (409/219) 4. Sean McCurdy 2009-10 1.60 (168/105) 5. Keith Cieplicki 1982-85 1.43 (284/199) 6. Nick D’Antoni 2002-05 1.42 (340/239) 7. David Cox 1992-95 1.38 (336/244) 8. Mike Strayhorn 1980-83 1.35 (193/143) 9. Matt O’Reilly 1987-90 1.33 (297/223) 10. Cody Carbaugh 1999-02 1.28 (143/112)

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Field Goal Shooting RECORDS

1. 3. 4. 5. 8.

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COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY

SINGLE-GAME FG MADE

Jeff Cohen vs. Richmond (2/25/61) Chet Giermak at Baltimore (1/11/49) Bill Chambers vs. Wash. & Lee (2/21/53) John Mahoney at Furman (12/3/54) Scott Smith at George Mason (2/15/90) Bill Chambers vs. Virginia (2/14/53) Chet Giermak at Colby (12/6/49) Keith Cieplicki vs. Drexel (12/1/84) Tom Jasper vs. Georgetown (12/7/70) Dave Hunter at Virginia Tech (2/10/64)

SINGLE-SEASON FG MADE

Player 1. Chet Giermak 2. Chet Giermak 3. Keith Cieplicki 4. Jeff Cohen 5. Bob Sherwood 6. John Mahoney 7. Tom Jasper 8. Bob Sherwood 9. Tom Jasper 10. Bill Chambers

Season 1949 1950 1985 1960 1968 1955 1971 1970 1970 1951

G 34 31 28 26 24 24 27 27 27 31

FGM 301 258 235 230 222 220 215 209 205 199

CAREER FG MADE

Player 1. Chet Giermak 2. John Lowenhaupt 3. Keith Cieplicki 4. Jeff Cohen 5. Thomas Roberts 6. Scott Smith 7. Ed McMillan 8. Bill Chambers 9. Ron Satterthwaite 10. Kurt Small 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8

Seasons 1947-50 1975-78 1982-85 1958-61 1990-93 1989-92 1948-51 1951-53 1974-77 1992-95

G 111 112 113 103 111 107 120 82 106 108

FGM 847 734 726 719 637 556 532 524 522 486

SINGLE-GAME FG ATTEMPTED 34 31 29 28 28 27 27 26 26 26 26 26 26 26

Bill Chambers vs. Wash. & Lee (2/21/53) Jeff Cohen at West Virginia (12/3/60) Jeff Cohen vs. West Virginia (2/26/60) Jeff Cohen vs. Richmond (2/25/61) John Mahoney at Furman (12/3/54) Kurt Small vs. American (2/15/95) Dave Hunter at Virginia Tech (2/10/64) Tom Bock at Stetson (12/30/88) Tom Jasper vs. Georgetown (12/7/70) Ben Pomeroy vs. Virginia Tech (1/4/66) Ron Panneton at Jacksonville (12/20/65) Martin Morris vs. Furman (12/11/64) Dick Savage at West Virginia (2/22/56) Chet Giermak at Colby (12/6/49)

SINGLE-SEASON FG ATTEMPTED

Player 1. Chet Giermak 2. Chet Giermak 3. Tom Jasper 4. Tom Jasper 5. John Mahoney 6. Adam Hess 7. Jeff Cohen 8. Don Engelken 9. Chet Giermak 10. Ed McMillan

Seasons 1949 1950 1970 1971 1955 2004 1960 1958 1948 1951

G 34 31 27 27 24 28 26 29 23 31

FGA 673 630 510 505 474 461 458 450 448 444

CAREER FG ATTEMPTED

Player 1. Chet Giermak 2. Jeff Cohen 3. Ed McMillan 4. John Lowenhaupt 5. Thomas Roberts 6. Keith Cieplicki 7. David Schneider 8. Kurt Small 9. Ron Satterthwaite 10. Scott Smith

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Seasons 1947-50 1958-61 1948-51 1975-78 1990-93 1982-85 2007-10 1992-95 1974-77 1989-92

G 111 103 120 112 111 113 121 108 106 107

FGA 1751 1545 1512 1419 1382 1341 1270 1161 1141 1117

SINGLE-GAME FG PCT.

(minimum seven attempts) 1. 1.000 (10-10) Tom Bock at Navy (2/15/89) 1.000 (10-10) J. McDonough at UR (2/21/76) 1.000 (9-9) K. Cieplicki vs. VCU (2/23/82) 1.000 (9-9) Corey Cofield vs. JMU (2/4/04) 1.000 (7-7) Jack Jenkins vs. ODU (2/5/03) 1.000 (7-7) Zeb Cope at Mary. (12/27/01) 1.000 (7-7) Carl Parker vs. UR (2/3/96) 1.000 (7-7) K. Cieplicki vs. VA Wes. (2/1/84) 9. .938 (15-16) K. Cieplicki vs. Drex. (12/1/84) 10 .917 (11-12) J. Lowenhaupt at UR (2/18/78) .917 (11-12) John Mahoney at W&L (2/6/54)

Single-Season Field Goal Pct.

(minimum 200 attempts) Player Season FGM-FGA 1. Carl Parker 1996 164-274 2. John Lowenhaupt 1978 195-337 3. Gary Bland 1984 115-201 4. Keith Cieplicki 1985 235-413 5. Corey Cofield 2004 126-224 6. Corey Cofield 2006 112-202 7. Kevin Richardson 1984 124-226 8. Carl Parker 1995 166-305 9. Bob Hoitsma 1957 117-216 10. Todd Cauthorn 1993 132-244

Pct. .599 .579 .572 .569 .563 .554 .549 .544 .542 .541

CAREER FG PCT.

(minimum 500 attempts) Player Season FGM-FGA Pct. 1. Carl Parker 1993-96 478-853 .560 2. Mike Strayhorn 1980-83 392-710 .552 3. Ben Blocker 1989-92 329-603 .546 4. Keith Cieplicki 1982-85 726-1341 .541 5. Kevin Richardson 1982-85 441-829 .532 6. Corey Cofield 2004-07 357-674 .530 7. Todd Cauthorn 1990-93 311-590 .527 8. Peter Stein 2006-09 274-526 .521 9. John Lowenhaupt 1975-78 734-1419 .517 10. Dave Daugherty 1967-69 337-654 .515

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON FG MADE

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

Season 1977 1949 1970 1976 1973 1975 1992 1951 1991 1952

G 30 34 27 28 27 28 29 31 28 28

FGM 864 852 827 800 782 765 764 760 750 740

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON FG ATTEMPTED

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

Season 1949 1950 1951 1952 1970 1977 1958 1973 1955 2010

G 34 32 31 28 27 30 29 27 25 33

FGA 2357 2067 2015 1978 1930 1800 1790 1762 1733 1732

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON FG PCT.

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

Season 1983 1984 1982 1978 1985 1980 1977 1981 1991 1976

FGM-FGA 723-1379 711-1369 676-1324 689-1370 738-1473 670-1361 864-1800 690-1438 750-1566 800-1691

Pct. .524 .519 .511 .503 .501 .492 .480 .480 .479 .473

ANNUAL FIELD GOAL PCT. LEADERS (minimum 200 attempts)

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948

Player Quinn McDowell Quinn McDowell Peter Stein Adam Payton Corey Cofield Corey Cofield Corey Cofield Adam Hess Mike Johnson Jim Moran Jim Moran Jim Moran Terence Jennings Terence Jennings Carl Parker Carl Parker Matt Verkey Todd Cauthorn Scott Smith Scott Smith Scott Smith Tom Bock Tim Trout Tom Bock Ken Lambiotte Keith Cieplicki Gary Bland Keith Cieplicki Keith Cieplicki Mike Strayhorn Bill Barnes Ken Bowen John Lowenhaupt John Lowenhaupt John Lowenhaupt John Lowenhaupt Mike Arizin Mike Arizin Jerry Fisher Tom Jasper Bob Sherwood Dave Daugherty Bob Sherwood Ron Panneton Ben Pomeroy Tim Walter Dave Hunter Dave Hunter Bob Harris Jeff Cohen Jeff Cohen Roy Lange Roy Lange Bob Hoitsma Paul Furlong John Mahoney John Mahoney Jerry Harris Bill Chambers Bill Chambers Chet Giermak Chet Giermak Chet Giermak

FGM-FGA 145-294 99-198 106-200 141-296 112-202 119-248 126-224 191-409 107-260 135-289 140-303 129-265 129-260 103-214 164-274 166-305 116-275 132-244 146-317 149-303 163-302 162-328 190-364 98-205 112-236 235-413 115-201 167-310 144-275 115-219 99-204 110-204 195-337 192-374 180-358 167-350 176-381 173-365 126-269 215-505 209-399 145-271 222-438 172-340 165-362 93-206 155-338 126-245 105-225 193-404 230-458 129-276 178-364 117-216 116-239 220-474 145-302 104-212 168-368 199-413 258-630 301-673 168-448

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Pct. .493 .500 .530 .476 .554 .480 .563 .467 .412 .467 .462 .487 .496 .481 .599 .544 .422 .541 .461 .492 .540 .494 .522 .478 .475 .569 .572 .539 .524 .525 .485 .539 .579 .513 .503 .477 .462 .474 .468 .426 .524 .535 .507 .506 .456 .451 .459 .514 .467 .478 .502 .467 .489 .542 .485 .464 .480 .491 .457 .482 .410 .447 .375


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FTM-FTA 98-122 77-91 106-124 112-133 65-87 144-179 123-163 114-135 68-94 71-96 64-96 55-79 85-122 78-107 62-93 122-166 115-151 150-208 101-135 103-161 83-116 81-109 109-159 78-112 111-121 96-123 54-86 111-127 64-82 65-88 81-101 66-86 114-132 134-161 87-110 63-82 119-143 119-145 86-103 75-96 76-109 92-120 112-132 77-88 60-83 73-99 73-94 89-108 68-85 98-125 75-87 70-95 105-132 89-118 64-94 216-286 166-223 151-197 123-165 86-121 82-112 90-123 58-122

Pct. .803 .846 .855 .842 .747 .804 .755 .844 .723 .740 .667 .696 .697 .729 .667 .735 .762 .721 .748 .640 .716 .743 .686 .696 .917 .780 .628 .874 .780 .739 .802 .767 .864 .832 .791 .768 .832 .821 .835 .781 .697 .767 .848 .875 .723 .737 .777 .824 .800 .784 .862 .737 .795 .754 .681 .755 .744 .766 .745 .711 .732 .732 .475

SINGLE-GAME FT MADE

John Mahoney vs. GW (12/29/54) Kurt Small at The Citadel (12/4/93) Jeff Cohen at Richmond (1/7/61) Mit Winter vs. James Madison (1/24/01) Bev Vaughan at Tennessee (12/5/59) Steve Dodge vs. Rice (1/6/71) Jeff Cohen vs. Navy (2/8/58) John Mahoney vs. Maryland (2/25/54) Tony Traver vs. East Carolina (2/9/83) Bob Hoitsma vs. Richmond (2/25/56)

SINGLE-SEASON FT MADE

Player 1. Roy Lange 2. John Mahoney 3. Jeff Cohen 4. Ron Panneton 5. Jeff Cohen 6. John Mahoney 7. Bill Chambers 8. Kurt Small 9. Bev Vaughan 10. Corey Cofield

Season 1958 1955 1961 1967 1960 1954 1953 1993 1960 2005

G 29 24 24 25 26 23 23 27 26 29

CAREER FT MADE

Player 1. Jeff Cohen 2. John Mahoney 3. Kurt Small 4. Bev Vaughan 5. Thomas Roberts 6. Roy Lange Bill Chambers 8. John Lowenhaupt 9. Ron Panneton 10. Keith Cieplicki 1. 2. 5. 6. 8.

Seasons 1958-61 1952-55 1992-95 1958-61 1990-93 1956-59 1951-53 1975-78 1966-68 1982-85

G 103 78 108 88 111 88 82 112 73 113

FTM 227 216 189 172 168 166 151 150 147 144 FTM 565 492 429 417 416 408 408 398 370 360

SINGLE-GAME FT ATTEMPTED 24 22 22 22 21 19 19 18 18 18 18

Kurt Small at The Citadel (12/4/93) Jeff Cohen at Richmond (1/7/61) Bev Vaughan at Tennessee (12/5/59) John Mahoney vs. GW (12/29/54) Jeff Cohen vs. Navy (2/8/58) John Mahoney vs. Maryland (2/25/54) John Mahoney at Maryland (12/8/53) Thomas Roberts vs. GMU (1/11/93) Ron Panneton at GW (12/18/65) Jeff Cohen vs. West Virginia (3/3/61) Joe Agee vs. Wake Forest (1/7/52)

SINGLE-SEASON FT ATTEMPTED

Player 1. Roy Lange 2. John Mahoney 3. Jeff Cohen 4. Jeff Cohen 5. John Mahoney 6. Ron Panneton 7. Bill Chambers 8. Kurt Small 9. Bob Hoitsma 10. Bev Vaughan Chet Giermak

Season 1958 1955 1961 1960 1954 1967 1951 1993 1957 1960 1949

FTA 288 286 246 232 223 213 212 208 207 199 199

CAREER FT ATTEMPTED

Player 1. Jeff Cohen 2. John Mahoney 3. Thomas Roberts 4. Kurt Small 5. Bev Vaughan 6. Bill Chambers 7. Roy Lange 8. Bill Barnes 9. Chet Giermak 10. John Lowenhaupt

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Seasons 1958-61 1952-55 1990-93 1992-95 1958-61 1951-53 1956-59 1979-82 1947-50 1975-78

G 103 78 111 108 88 82 88 109 111 112

FTA 784 670 608 593 575 574 528 521 517 485

SINGLE-GAME FT PCT.

(minimum 10 attempts) 1. 1.000 (17-17) Mit Winter vs. JMU (1/24/01) 1.000 (16-16) Steve Dodge vs. Rice (1/6/71) 1.000 (14-14) Scott Coval vs. JMU (2/15/86) 1.000 (13-13) Bill Chambers at UVa (2/13/52) 1.000 (12-12) Adam Hess vs. VCU (1/18/03) 1.000 (11-11) Mike Arizin vs. UR (12/11/73) 1.000 (11-11) Bob Harris vs. VT (2/28/63) 8. .938 (15-16) Tony Traver vs. ECU (2/9/83) .938 (15-16) Bob Hoitsma vs. UR (2/25/56) 10. .933 (14-15) Tom Bock at Tow. (1/16/89) .933 (14-15) Jeff Cohen WVU (1/30/60) .933 (14-15) Roy Lange vs. H-SC (12/1/56)

SINGLE-SEASON FT PCT.

(minimum 80 attempts) Player Season FTM-FTA 1. Scott Coval 1986 111-121 2. Dave Daugherty 1967 77-88 3. Tony Traver 1983 111-127 4. John Lowenhaupt 1978 114-132 5. Tom Farrington 1960 75-87 6. Keith Cieplicki 1983 131-153 7. David Schneider 2008 106-124 8. Ron Panneton 1968 112-132 9. Adam Hess 2003 114-135 10. George Spack 1972 86-103

Pct .917 .875 .874 .864 .862 .856 .855 .848 .844 .835

CAREER FT PCT.

(minimum 200 attempts) Player Seasons FTM-FTA Pct 1. Scott Coval 1983-86 259-288 .899 2. Mike Arizin 1973-74 238-288 .826 3. Keith Cieplicki 1982-85 360-437 .824 4. John Lowenhaupt 1975-78 398-485 .821 5. George Spack 1971-73 182-222 .820 6. David Schneider 2007-P 349-434 .804 7. Tony Traver 1981, 83-85 236-294 .803 8. Ron Panneton 1966-68 370-466 .794 9. Mit Winter 1998-01 164-208 .788 10. Adam Hess 2002-04 283-363 .780

RECORDS

Player Quinn McDowell David Schneider David Schneider Adam Payton Calvin Baker Corey Cofield Adam Hess Adam Hess Mike Johnson Mike Johnson Adam Duggins Jim Moran Randy Bracy Terence Jennings Randy Bracy Kurt Small Kurt Small Kurt Small Thomas Roberts Thomas Roberts Scott Smith Tom Bock Tim Trout Mike Batzel Scott Coval Keith Cieplicki Kevin Richardson Tony Traver Keith Cieplicki Scot Whitley Scott Whitley Scott Whitley John Lowenhaupt John Lowenhaupt John Lowenhaupt John Lowenhaupt Mike Arizin Mike Arizin George Spack Neil Gewirtzman Steve Dodge Harry Kent Ron Paneton Dave Daugherty Tim Walter Martin Morris Martin Morris Dave Hunter Kenny Roberts Kenny Roberts Tom Farrington Tom Farrington Bev Vaughn Roy Lange Harry Cornell John Mahoney John Mahoney Bill Chambers Bill Chambers Ed McMillan Ed McMillan Charlie Sokol Chet Giermak

20 19 18 17 17 16 16 16 15 15

Free Throw Shooting

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 9.

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON FT MADE

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

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

Season 1958 1955 1957 1960 1953 1961 1971 1951 1952 1956

G 29 25 27 26 23 24 27 31 28 26

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON FT ATTEMPTED Season 1958 1955 1957 1952 1951 1956 1953 1961 1960 1971

G 29 25 27 28 31 26 23 24 26 27

FTA 670 645 572 559 551 550 547 542 533 513

FTM 922 907 867 843 832 808 794 783 781 755

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON FT PCT.

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

Season 1983 1973 1974 1980 1984 1985 1967 1958 1968 2005

FTM-FTA 470-609 483-636 410-552 512-695 345-470 386-526 513-704 670-922 476-656 481-663

Pct .772 .759 .743 .737 .734 .734 .729 .727 .726 .725

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RECORDS

3-Point Shooting

COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY 1. 2. 4. 9.

9 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

SINGLE-GAME 3-PT FG MADE Matt Verkey vs. George Mason (2/27/95) Matt Verkey at George Mason (1/24/96) Greg Burzell at Richmond (2/27/88) David Schneider at UNC (3/17/10) David Schneider vs. Navy (11/22/08) David Schneider at Liberty (11/29/08) Adam Hess at Hampton (2/3/03) Greg Burzell vs. George Mason (3/6/88) Greg Burzell at Stanford (12/4/87) David Schneider vs. James Madison (3/7/10) David Schneider vs. Towson (2/24/10) David Schneider at Delaware (1/6/10) David Schnieder at Radford (12/22/09) Quinn McDowell at Radford (12/22/09) David Schneider at ODU (2/25/09) David Schneider vs. Ga. St. (3/7/08) Nathan Mann at Drexel (1/23/08) Nick D’Antoni at James Madison (1/28/04) Nick D’Antoni at The Citadel (11/26/01) Bobby Fitzgibbons at JMU(2/19/97) Bobby Fitzgibbons vs. Richmond (2/3/96) Matt Verkey vs. VMI (1/17/96) Matt Verkey at James Madison (1/6/96) Matt Verkey at Old Dominion (2/27/93) Greg Burzell at Miami (OH) (11/30/87)

SINGLE-SEASON Player 1. David Schneider 2. Greg Burzell 3. David Schneider Nathan Mann 5. Adam Hess 6. Randy Bracy 7. David Schneider 8. Matt Verkey 9. Bobby Fitzgibbons 10. Quinn McDowell

3-PT FG MADE Season G 3PM 2010 33 99 1988 29 75 2009 29 73 2008 33 73 2003 28 68 1998 26 65 2008 33 64 1994 27 63 1997 28 62 2010 32 58

CAREER 3-PT FG MADE Player Seasons G 3PM 1. David Schneider 2007-10 121 278 2. Matt Verkey 1993-96 106 218 3. Nathan Mann 2005-08 120 215 4. Randy Bracy 1996-99 92 171 5. Greg Burzell 1987-89 82 150 6. Adam Hess 2002-04 75 144 7. Jim Moran 1998-01 107 141 8. David Cox 1992-95 109 137 9. Danny Sumner 2007-10 117 135 10. Mike Johnson 2000-02 79 129 1. 2. 3. 4. 9.

SINGLE-GAME 3-PT FG ATTEMPTS 23 David Schneider at Liberty (11/29/08) 17 David Schneider vs. Towson (2/24/10) 16 Greg Burzell at Richmond (2/27/88) 15 David Schneider at UNC (3/17/10) 15 David Schneider vs. ODU (1/23/10) 15 David Schneider vs. Navy (11/22/08) 15 Matt Verkey at George Mason (1/24/96) 15 Greg Burzell at Stanford (12/4/87) 14 Adam Hess at Radford (11/24/03) 14 Adam Hess at VCU (2/19/03)

SINGLE-SEASON 3-PT FG ATTEMPTS Player Season G 3PA 1. David Schneider 2010 33 289 2. David Schneider 2009 29 248 3. Nathan Mann 2008 33 211 4. Adam Hess 2004 28 189 5. David Schneider 2008 33 184 6. Adam Hess 2003 28 183 7. Randy Bracy 1998 26 172 8. Greg Burzell 1988 29 170 9. Danny Sumner 2009 30 167 Nathan Mann 2007 30 167

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CAREER 3-PT FG ATTEMPTS Player Seasons G 1. David Schneider 2007-10 121 2. Nathan Mann 2005-08 120 3. Matt Verkey 1993-96 106 4. Randy Bracy 1996-99 92 5. Adam Hess 2002-04 75 6. Danny Sumner 2007-10 117 7. David Cox 1992-95 109 8. Jim Moran 1998-01 107 9. Mike Johnson 2000-02 79 10. Greg Burzell 1987-89 82

3PA 862 623 583 495 447 414 395 376 373 358

SINGLE-GAME 3-PT FG PCT. (minimum four attempts) 1. 1.000 (4-4) Terence Jennings vs. ODU (2/5/97) 2. .857 (6-7) Nick D’Antoni at JMU (1/28/04) 3. .833 (5-6) Quinn McDowell at JMU (1/27/10) .833 (5-6) Nathan Mann at JMU (1/30/08) .833 (5-6) Nathan Mann vs. JMU (1/31/07) .833 (5-6) Nathan Mann at GSU (1/14/06) .833 (5-6) Jim Moran vs. Elon (12/22/98) .833 (5-6) David Grabuloff vs. UR (2/7/98) .833 (5-6) Greg Burzell at ECU (1/27/88) SINGLE-SEASON 3-PT FG PCT. (minimum 75 attempts) Player Seasons 3PM-3PA Pct. 1. Greg Burzell 1988 75-170 .441 2. Brendan Connor 1992 34-78 .436 3. Bobby Fitzgibbons 1996 57-131 .435 4. Quinn McDowell 2010 58-136 .426 5. Jim Moran 1999 44-106 .415 6. Matt Verkey 1993 50-121 .413 7. Nathan Mann 2006 51-124 .411 8. Laimis Kisielius 2007 36-89 .404 9. Bobby Fitzgibbons 1997 62-157 .395 10. Danny Sumner 2008 30-78 .385 CAREER 3-PT FG PCT. (minimum 200 attempts) Player Seasons 3PM-3PA Pct 1. Greg Burzell 1987-89 150-358 .419 2. Bobby Fitzgibbons 1996-97 119-288 .413 3. Quinn McDowell 2009-P 84-204 .412 4. Jim Moran 1998-01 141-376 .375 5. Matt Verkey 1993-96 218-583 .374 6. Mit Winter 1998-01 75-205 .366 7. Brendan Connor 1990-93 88-242 .364 Jimmy Apple 1988-91 124-341 .364 9. David Cox 1992-95 137-395 .347 10. Mike Johnson 2000-02 129-373 .346 SINGLE-SEASON 3-PT FG MADE PER GAME Player Season G 3PM Avg 1. David Schneider 2010 33 99 3.00 2. Greg Burzell 1988 29 75 2.59 3. David Schneider 2009 29 73 2.51 4. Randy Bracy 1998 26 65 2.50 5. Adam Hess 2003 28 68 2.43 6. Matt Verkey 1994 27 63 2.33 7. Bobby Fitzgibbons 1997 28 62 2.21 8. Nathan Mann 2008 33 73 2.21 9. Bobby Fitzgibbons 1996 26 57 2.19 10. Matt Verkey 1996 26 56 2.15 CAREER 3-PT FG MADE PER GAME Player Seasons G 3PM Avg 1. David Schnieder 2007-10 121 278 2.30 2. Bobby Fitzgibbons 1996-97 54 119 2.20 3. Matt Verkey 1993-96 106 218 2.06 4. Adam Hess 2002-04 75 144 1.92 5. Randy Bracy 1996-99 92 171 1.86 6. Greg Burzell 1987-89 82 150 1.83 7. Nathan Mann 2005-08 120 215 1.79 8. Mike Johnson 2000-02 79 129 1.63 9. Jimmy Apple 1988-91 86 124 1.44 10. Quinn McDowell 2009-P 62 84 1.35

ANNUAL 3-PT PCT. LEADERS (minimum 75 attempts)

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987

Player Quinn McDowell Danny Sumner Danny Sumner Laimis Kisielius Nathan Mann Nick D’Antoni Zeb Cope Adam Hess Mike Johnson Jim Moran Scotty Scott Jim Moran Terence Jennings Bobby Fitzgibbons Bobby Fitzgibbons Matt Verkey Matt Verkey Matt Verkey Brendan Connor Christopher Jensen Jimmy Apple Jimmy Apple Greg Burzell Greg Burzell

3FM-3FA Pct. 58-136 .426 54-167 .323 30-78 .385 36-89 .404 51-124 .411 35-102 .343 39-103 .379 68-183 .372 52-139 .374 31-92 .337 37-85 .435 44-106 .415 47-124 .379 62-157 .395 57-131 .435 49-146 .336 63-164 .384 50-121 .413 34-78 .436 32-85 .376 32-96 .333 41-111 .369 75-170 .441 38-84 .452

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON 3-PT FG MADE Season G 2010 33 2008 33 2009 30 2007 30 2000 28

3PM 295 257 202 200 188

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON 3-PT FG ATTEMPTS Season G 2010 33 2008 33 209 30 2007 30 2002 29

3PA 841 755 653 624 579

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON 3-PT FG PCT. Season 3PM-3PA 1988 148-374 1987 66-171 1996 173-470 1992 108-298 1993 159-440

Pct .396 .386 .368 .362 .361

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON 3-PT FG MADE PER GAME Season G 3PM 2010 33 295 2008 33 257 1998 27 187 1994 27 183 2009 30 202

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Avg 8.94 7.79 6.93 6.78 6.73


2010 NIT PARTICIPANT ANNUAL STEALS LEADERS Steals 48 38 56 48 45 29 46 34 32 32 26 26 38 40 34 57 37 47 44 33 33 40 37 31 38 33 45 39 35 30 30 56 54 55 54 44 57 45 112

Avg 1.45 1.31 1.70 1.60 1.61 1.00 1.64 1.21 1.10 1.10 0.93 0.93 1.41 1.48 1.89 2.19 1.68 1.81 1.63 1.22 1.22 1.48 1.76 1.15 1.41 1.18 1.67 1.44 1.25 1.07 1.07 1.93 1.93 1.96 2.00 1.69 2.19 1.50 4.48

SINGLE-GAME STEALS

Rod Musselman vs. Wash. Coll. (1/10/76) Randy Bracy at The Citadel (12/2/98) Randy Bracy vs. Old Dominion (2/5/97) David Schneider vs. Drexel (2/20/08) Adam Hess at George Mason (1/31/04) Randy Bracy at American (1/13/99) Randy Bracy vs. Stetson (11/15/97) Jim Moran at UNCG (11/29/97) Matt Verkey at American (1/24/94) Scott Coval vs. Drexel (11/30/85) Mike Strayhorn vs. Richmond (1/20/82) Billy Barnes vs. Virginia Tech (2/12/79)

SINGLE-SEASON STEALS

Player 1. Jim McDonough 2. John Lowenhaupt 3. Randy Bracy John Lowenhaupt 5. David Schneider Mike Strayhorn 7. Bill Barnes 8. Bill Barnes Bill Barnes 10. David Schneider Adam Payton

Season 1976 1976 1998 1978 2008 1983 1981 1982 1980 2010 2007

G 25 28 26 26 33 29 28 28 27 33 30

Stl 112 58 57 57 56 56 55 54 54 48 48

SINGLE-SEASON STEALS

(since 1986 when steals became an official statistics) Player Season G 1. Randy Bracy 1998 26 2. David Schneider 2008 33 3. David Schneider 2010 33 Adam Payton 2007 30 5. Randy Bracy 1996 26 6. Adam Hess 2004 28 7. Adam Payton 2006 28 Curtis Pride 1988 27 9. Kurt Small 1995 27 10. Calvin Baker 2006 28

CAREER STEALS

Player 1. Bill Barnes 2. Randy Bracy 3. David Schneider 4. John Lowenhaupt 5. Mike Strayhorn 6. Jim Moran 7. Kurt Small 8. Curtis Pride 9. Brendan Connor Scott Whitley

Seasons 1979-82 1996-99 2007-10 1976-78 1980-83 1998-01 1992-95 1987-90 1990-93 1978-81

G 109 92 121 84 103 107 108 94 102 101

Billy Barnes is the Tribe’s all-time steals leader with 207 career swipes.

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Season 1976 1998 1978 1976 1980 1981 1983 1982 1999 1996 1980

G 25 26 26 28 27 28 29 28 18 26 26

Stl 112 57 57 58 54 55 56 54 34 47 47

(since 1986 when steals became an official statistics) Player Season G Stl 1. Randy Bracy 1998 26 57 2. Randy Bracy 1999 18 34 3. Randy Bracy 1996 26 47 4. Brendan Connor 1992 21 37 5. David Schneider 2008 33 56 6. Randy Bracy 1997 22 37 7. Curtis Pride 1988 27 45 8. Adam Hess 2004 28 46 9. Jim Moran 1998 25 41 10. Kurt Small 1995 27 44

Avg 2.19 1.89 1.81 1.76 1.70 1.68 1.67 1.64 1.64 1.63

CAREER STEALS AVERAGE

(minimum 50 games) Player Seasons G 1. Jim McDonough 1976-77 55 2. John Lowenhaupt 1976-78 84 3. Randy Bracy 1996-99 92 4. Bill Barnes 1979-82 109 5. Adam Payton 2006-07 58 6. Curtis Pride 1987-90 94 7. Mike Enoch 1976-78 83 8. Mike Strayhorn 1980-83 103 9. David Schneider 2007-10 121 10. Jim Moran 1998-01 107

Stl Avg 125 2.27 160 1.90 175 1.90 207 1.90 93 1.60 136 1.45 120 1.45 148 1.44 166 1.37 145 1.36

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON STEALS

Stl 57 56 48 48 47 46 45 45 44 43 Stl 207 175 166 160 148 145 144 136 128 128

SINGLE-SEASON STEALS AVERAGE

Player 1. Jim McDonough 2. Randy Bracy John Lowenhaupt 4. John Lowenhaupt 5. Bill Barnes 6. Bill Barnes 7. Mike Strayhorn 8. Bill Barnes 9. Randy Bracy 10. Randy Bracy Scott Whitley

SINGLE-SEASON STEALS AVERAGE

Avg 4.48 2.19 2.19 2.07 2.00 1.96 1.93 1.93 1.89 1.81 1.81

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

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

Year 1976 1980 1981 1977 1998 1992 1988 2008 2006 1978 1983

G 28 27 28 30 27 29 29 33 28 26 29

Stl 282 240 233 219 215 213 206 198 196 191 191

RECORDS

Player David Schneider David Schneider David Schneider Adam Payton Adam Payton Hawley Smith Adam Hess Sherman Rivers Cody Carbaugh Sherman Rivers Jim Moran Sherman Rivers Jim Moran Jim Moran Randy Bracy Randy Bracy Randy Bracy Randy Bracy Kurt Small Kurt Small Matt Verkey Todd Cauthorn Brendan Connor Brendan Connor Curtis Pride Matt O’Reilly Curtis Pride Curtis Pride Scott Coval Kevin Richardson Kevin Richardson Mike Strayhorn Bill Barnes Bill Barnes Bill Barnes Bill Barnes John Lowenhaupt John Lowenhaupt Jim McDonough

8 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

Steals

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976

1. 2. 4.

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON STEALS AVERAGE Year 1976 1980 1981 1998 1978 1992 1977 1979 1988 2006 1993

G 28 27 28 27 26 29 30 26 29 28 27

Stl 282 240 233 215 191 213 219 186 206 196 189

Avg 10.07 8.89 8.32 7.96 7.35 7.34 7.30 7.15 7.10 7.00 7.00

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SINGLE-GAME BLOCKED SHOTS

RECORDS

Blocked Shots

1. 2. 4. 8.

10 9 9 7 7 7 7 6 6 6

David Cully vs. George Mason (2/26/96) David Cully vs. American (2/15/95) David Cully at Richmond (1/24/95) David Cully vs. Richmond (2/3/96) David Cully at VMI (1/26/95) David Cully vs. Siena (1/7/95) David Cully vs. Navy (1/4/94) David Cully at Richmond (1/10/96) David Cully at Old Dominion (2/25/95) David Cully vs VMI (2/9/94)

SINGLE-SEASON BLOCKED SHOTS

Player 1. David Cully 2. David Cully 3. David Cully 4. Adam Duggins 5. Adam Duggins 6. Marcus Kitts Todd Cauthorn Thomas Roberts 9. Dennis Vail 10. Carl Parker Brant Weidner

Season 1995 1996 1994 2000 2003 2010 1992 1992 1976 1996 1983

G 27 25 26 28 28 32 29 29 27 26 29

Blk 91 84 71 53 52 33 33 33 32 31 31

SINGLE-SEASON BLOCKED SHOTS

(since 1986 when blocked shots became an official statistics) Player Season G Blk 1. David Cully 1995 27 91 2. David Cully 1996 25 84 3. David Cully 1994 26 71 4. Adam Duggins 2000 28 53 5. Adam Duggins 2003 28 52 6. Marcus Kitts 2010 32 33 Todd Cauthorn 1992 29 33 Thomas Roberts 1992 29 33 9. Carl Parker 1996 26 31 10 . Jermaine Harmon 1998 27 29 Thomas Roberts 1991 27 29 Carl Parker 1995 27 29

CAREER BLOCKED SHOTS

Player 1. David Cully 2. Adam Duggins 3. Thomas Roberts 4. Carl Parker 5. Todd Cauthorn 6. Jim Moran 7. Brant Weidner 8. Ben Blocker 9. Jermaine Harmon 10. Randy Bracy

Seasons 1993-96 2000-03 1990-93 1993-96 1990-93 1998-01 1980-83 1989-92 1996-99 1996-99

G 93 100 111 107 105 107 111 105 79 92

Blk 248 139 107 95 93 88 76 60 56 54

SINGLE-SEASON BLOCKED SHOT AVERAGE

Player 1. David Cully 2. David Cully 3. David Cully 4. Adam Duggins 5. Adam Duggins 6. Jermaine Harmon 7. Carl Parker 8. Dennis Vail 9. Todd Cauthorn Thomas Roberts

86

Season 1995 1996 1994 2000 2003 1999 1996 1976 1992 1992

G 27 25 26 28 28 8 26 27 29 29

Blk 91 84 71 53 52 13 31 32 33 33

Avg 3.37 3.36 2.73 1.89 1.86 1.63 1.19 1.19 1.14 1.14

SINGLE-SEASON BLOCKED SHOT AVERAGE

(since 1986 when blocked shots became an official statistics) Player Season G Blk Avg 1. David Cully 1995 27 91 3.37 2. David Cully 1996 25 84 3.36 3. David Cully 1994 26 71 2.73 4. Adam Duggins 2000 28 53 1.89 5. Adam Duggins 2003 28 52 1.86 6. Carl Parker 1996 26 31 1.19 7. Todd Cauthorn 1992 29 33 1.14 Thomas Roberts 1992 29 33 1.14 9. Adam Duggins 2001 15 17 1.13 10. Jermaine Harmon 1998 27 29 1.07 Carl Parker 1995 27 29 1.07 Thomas Roberts 1991 27 29 1.07

CAREER BLOCKED SHOT AVERAGE

(minimum 50 games) Player Seasons G 1. David Cully 1993-96 93 2. Adam Duggins 2000-03 100 3. Thomas Roberts 1990-93 111 4. Carl Parker 1993-96 107 5. Todd Cauthorn 1990-93 105 6. Jim Moran 1998-01 107 7. Jermaine Harmon 1996-99 79 8. Brant Weidner 1980-83 111 9. David Grabuloff 1996-98 76 10. Brian Hutt 2004-06 76

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

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

Blk 248 139 107 95 93 88 56 76 51 50

Avg 2.67 1.39 0.96 0.89 0.89 0.82 0.71 0.68 0.67 0.65

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON BLOCKED SHOTS Year 1996 1995 1994 2000 1998 1992 1976 2001 1991 1999

G 26 27 27 28 27 29 28 28 28 27

Blk 164 153 129 122 122 117 102 99 97 93

ANNUAL BLOCKED SHOTS LEADERS Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976

Player Marcus Kitts Danny Sumner Danny Sumner Peter Stein Brian Hutt Nate Loehrke Brian Hutt Corey Cofield Brian Hutt Adam Duggins Adam Duggins Jim Moran Adam Duggins Adam Duggins Jermaine Harmon Jim Moran Jermaine Harmon Shaka Arnold David Cully David Cully David Cully Todd Cauthorn Todd Cauthorn Thomas Roberts Thomas Roberts Thomas Roberts Ben Blocker Tim Trout Mark Boddy Mark Boddy Mark Boddy Herb Harris Brant Weidner Brant Weidner Mike Strayhorn Brant Weidner Bill Barnes Ted O’Gorman Matt Courage Dennis Vail

Blocks 33 14 15 15 13 17 17 17 20 52 17 25 17 53 13 24 29 22 84 91 71 27 33 33 29 19 18 12 9 21 4 7 31 24 8 15 7 21 20 32

Avg 1.03 0.47 0.45 0.50 0.62 0.63 0.61 0.59 0.71 1.86 0.59 0.89 1.13 1.89 1.63 0.89 1.07 0.79 3.36 3.37 2.73 1.00 1.14 1.14 1.07 0.68 0.64 0.41 0.35 0.78 0.27 0.25 1.07 0.86 0.33 0.56 0.27 0.81 0.67 1.19

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON BLOCKED SHOT AVERAGE Year 1996 1995 1994 1998 2000 1992 1976 2001 1991 1999

G 26 27 27 27 28 29 28 28 28 27

Blk 164 153 129 122 122 117 102 99 97 93

Avg 6.31 5.67 4.78 4.52 4.36 4.03 3.64 3.54 3.46 3.44

David Cully is W&M’s career, single-season and single-game record holder for blocked shots.

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FRESHMAN RECORDS

465 405 397 392 370

Rebounds 1. Jeff Cohen 2. Mike Arizin 3. Tom Strohbehn 4. Corey Cofield 5. Matt Courage

371 197 191 185 164

1957-58 1972-73 1998-99 2003-04 1972-73

Assists 1. Randy Bracy 1995-96 119 2. Calvin Baker 2005-06 100 3. Ron Satterthwaite 1973-74 92 4. Brendan Connor 1989-90 89 173 167 146 144 143

Field Goals Attempted 1. Mike Arizin 1972-73 2. John Lowenhaupt 1974-75 3. Jeff Cohen 1957-58 4. Calvin Baker 2005-06 5. Thomas Roberts 1989-90

365 350 341 333 321

Field Goal Percentage Minimum 100 attempts 1. Mike Strayhorn 1979-80 .605 2. Corey Cofield 2003-04 .563 3. Ken Bowen 1978-79 .539 4. Quinn McDowell 2008-09 .500 3-Point Field Goals Made 1. Jimmy Apple 1987-88 2. Matt Verkey 1992-93 3. Calvin Baker 2005-06 4. David Schneider 2006-07 5. Nathan Mann 2004-05

51 50 43 42 37

3-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. Calvin Baker 2005-06 156 2. David Schneider 2006-07 141 3. Jimmy Apple 1987-88 134 4. Nathan Mann 2004-05 121 Matt Verkey 1992-93 121 3-Point Percentage Minimum 50 attempts 1. Matt Verkey 1992-93 .413 2. Quinn McDowell 2008-09 .382 3. Jimmy Apple 1987-88 .381 4. Jim Moran 1997-98 .380 5. Chris Jensen 1990-91 .376 Free Throws Made 1. Mike Arizin 1972-73 2. Corey Cofield 2003-04 3. Jeff Cohen 1957-58 4. Bev Vaughan 1957-58 5. Ron Satterthwaite 1973-74

119 118 113 105 94

186 164 145 132 129

Free Throw Percentage Minimum 50 attempts 1. Jimmy Apple 1987-88 .869 2. Mike Arizin 1972-73 .821 3. Ron Satterthwaite 1973-74 .803 4. Don Engelken 1954-55 .800 5. Quinn McDowell 2008-09 .797 Steals 1. Randy Bracy 2. Bill Barnes 3. Calvin Baker 4. Jim Moran 5. Curtis Pride

1995-96 1978-79 2005-06 1997-98 1986-87

47 44 43 41 39

Blocks 1. Adam Duggins 2. Bill Phillips 3. Brian Hutt 4. Thomas Roberts 5. Ben Blocker

1999-00 1997-98 2003-04 1989-90 1988-89

53 21 20 19 18

SOPHOMORE RECORDS

Points 1. Bob Sherwood 1967-68 2. Bill Chambers 1950-51 3. Ron Satterthwaite 1974-75 4. Mike Arizin 1973-74 5. Keith Cieplicki 1982-83

545 532 473 471 465

Rebounds 1. Jeff Cohen 2. Ben Pomperoy 3. Bill Chambers 4. Kirk Gooding 5. Bob Sherwood

1958-59 1964-65 1950-51 1960-61 1967-68

413 278 263 262 253

Assists 1. David Schneider 2007-08 2. Ron Satterthwaite 1974-75 3. Brendan Connor 1990-91 4. Curtis Pride 1987-88 5. Scott Coval 1983-84

124 113 108 102 100

Field Goals Made 1. Bob Sherwood 1967-68 2. Bill Chambers 1950-51 3. John Lowenhaupt 1975-76 4. Ron Satterthwaite 1974-75 5. Mike Arizin 1973-74

222 199 180 177 176

Field Goals Attempted 1. Chet Giermak 1947-48 2. Bob Sherwood 1967-68 3. Bill Chambers 1950-51 Ed McMillan 1948-49 5. Mike Arizin 1973-74 Ron Satterthwaite 1974-75

448 438 413 413 381 381

Field Goal Percentage Minimum 100 attempts 1. Peter Stein 2006-07 .571 2. Dave Daugherty 1966-67 .561 3. Carl Parker 1993-94 .558

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3-Point Field Goals Made 1. David Schneider 2007-08 2. Matt Verkey 1993-94 3. Quinn McDowell 2009-10 4. Nathan Mann 2005-06 5. Jim Moran 1998-99

64 63 58 51 44

3-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. David Schneider 2007-08 184 2. Matt Verkey 1993-94 164 3. Quinn McDowell 2009-10 136 4. Nathan Mann 2005-06 124 5. Randy Bracy 1996-97 123 3-Point Percentage Minimum 50 attempts 1. Brendan Connor 1990-91 2. Greg Burzell 1986-87 3. Quinn McDowell 2009-10 4. Jim Moran 1998-99 5. Nathan Mann 2005-06

.455 .452 .426 .415 .411

Free Throws Made 1. Kurt Small 1992-93 2. Corey Cofield 2004-05 3. Bill Chambers 1950-51 4. Keith Cieplicki 1982-83 5. Ron Satterthwaite 1974-75 Mike Arizin 1973-74

150 144 134 131 119 119

Free Throws Attempted 1. Bill Chambers 1950-51 2. Kurt Small 1992-93 3. Corey Cofield 2004-05 4. Thomas Roberts 1990-91 5. Bill Barnes 1979-80 Ron Satterthwaite 1974-75

212 208 179 161 159 159

Free Throw Percentage Minimum 50 attempts 1. Dave Daugherty 1966-67 2. Tony Traver 1982-83 3. Jimmy Apple 1988-89 4. Keith Cieplicki 1982-83 5. David Schneider 2007-08

.875 .874 .862 .856 .855

Steals 1. John Lowenhaupt 1975-76 2. David Schneider 2007-08 3. Bill Barnes 1979-80 4. Curtis Pride 1987-88 5. Jim Moran 1998-99

58 56 54 45 40

Blocks 1. David Cully 2. Thomas Roberts 3. Carl Parker 4. Jim Moran 5. Todd Cauthorn

71 29 25 24 23

1993-94 1990-91 1993-94 1998-99 1990-91

JUNIOR RECORDS

Points 1. Chet Giermak 1948-49 2. Jeff Cohen 1959-60 3. Roy Lange 1957-58 4. John Lowenhaupt 1976-77 5. Adam Hess 2002-03 Rebounds 1. Bill Chambers 2. Jeff Cohen

740 628 583 518 564

1951-52 509 1959-60 471

3. John Mahoney 4. Ben Pomeroy 5. David Cully

1953-54 306 1965-66 300 1994-95 287

Assists 1. Scott Coval 1984-85 2. Nick D’Antoni 2003-04 3. John Lowenhaupt 1976-77 4. Matt O’Reilly 1988-89 5. David Cox 1993-94

168 159 123 121 120

Field Goals Made 1. Chet Giermak 1948-49 2. Jeff Cohen 1959-60 3. Bob Sherwood 1969-70 4. Tom Jasper 1969-70 5. John Lowenhaupt 1976-77

301 230 209 205 192

Field Goals Attempted 1. Chet Giermak 1948-49 2. Tom Jasper 1969-70 3. Jeff Cohen 1959-60 4. Adam Hess 2002-03 5. Ed McMillan 1949-50

673 510 458 409 404

Field Goal Percentage Minimum 100 attempts 1. Marcus Kitts 2009-10 .625 2. Jim Roy 1962-63 .557 3. Ben Blocker 1990-91 .557 4. Corey Cofield 2005-06 .554 3-Point Field Goals Made 1. Greg Burzell 1987-88 2. David Schneider 2008-09 3. Adam Hess 2002-03 4. Randy Bracy 1997-98 5. Bobby Fitzgibbons 1995-96 David Cox 1993-94

RECORDS

Field Goals Made 1. Mike Arizin 1972-73 2. John Lowenhaupt 1974-75 3. Jeff Cohen 1957-58 4. Keith Cieplicki 1981-82 5. Thomas Roberts 1989-90

Free Throws Attempted 1. Corey Cofield 2003-04 2. Jeff Cohen 1957-58 3. Mike Arizin 1972-73 4. Bev Vaughan 1957-58 5. Thomas Roberts 1989-90

Records by Class

Points 1. Mike Arizin 1972-73 2. Jeff Cohen 1957-58 3. John Lowenhaupt 1974-75 4. Thomas Roberts 1989-90 5. Corey Cofield 2003-04

75 73 68 65 57 57

3-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. David Schneider 2008-09 248 2. Adam Hess 2002-03 183 3. Randy Bracy 1997-98 172 4. Greg Burzell 1987-88 170 5. Danny Sumner 2008-09 167 Nathan Mann 2006-07 167 3-Point Percentage Minimum 50 attempts 1. Greg Burzell 1987-88 .441 2. Brendan Connor 1991-92 .436 3. Scotty Scott 1999-00 .435 4. Bobby Fitzgibbons 1995-96 .435 5. Laimis Kisielius 2006-07 .404 Free Throws Made 1. Roy Lange 2. Ron Panneton 3. Jeff Cohen 4. John Mahoney 5. Bev Vaughan

1957-58 1966-67 1959-60 1953-54 1959-60

227 172 168 166 147

Free Throws Attempted 1. Roy Lange 1957-58 2. Jeff Cohen 1959-60 3. John Mahoney 1953-54 4. Ron Panneton 1966-67 5. Bev Vaughan 1959-60 Chet Giermak 1948-49

288 232 223 172 199 199

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RECORDS

Records by Class

Free Throw Percentage Minimum 50 attempts 1. Scott Coval 1984-85 .943 2. Keith Cieplicki 1983-84 .873 3. Jimmy Apple 1990-91 .862 4. Guy Courage 1979-80 .855 5. David Schneider 2008-09 .846 Steals 1. Jim McDonough 2. Randy Bracy 3. Bill Barnes 4. Scott Whitley 5. Adam Payton John Lowenhaupt

1975-76 112 1997-98 57 1980-81 55 1979-70 47 2005-06 45 1976-77 45

Blocks 1. David Cully 1994-95 2. Marcus Kitts 2009-10 Todd Cauthorn 1991-92 Thomas Roberts 1991-92 5. Dennis Vail 1975-76

91 33 33 33 32

SENIOR RECORDS

Points 1. John Mahoney 2. Chet Giermak 3. Jeff Cohen 4. Adam Hess 5. Keith Cieplicki Rebounds 1. Bill Chambers 2. Jeff Cohen 3. John Mahoney 4. Ben Pomeroy 5. Kirk Gooding

1954-55 1949-50 1960-61 2003-04 1984-85

656 646 575 568 566

1952-53 1960-61 1954-55 1966-67 1962-63

498 424 312 308 302

Assists 1. Bill Barnes 1981-82 2. John Lowenhaupt 1977-78 3. David Cox 1994-95 4. Sean McCurdy 2009-10 5. Scott Coval 1985-86

128 118 116 112 111

Field Goals Made 1. Chet Giermak 1949-50 2. Keith Cieplicki 1984-85 3. John Mahoney 1954-55 4. Tom Jasper 1970-71 5. John Lowenhaupt 1977-78

258 235 220 215 195

Field Goals Attempted 1. Chet Giermak 1949-50 2. Tom Jasper 1970-71 3. John Mahoney 1970-71 4. Adam Hess 2003-04 5. Don Engelken 1957-58

630 505 474 461 450

3-Point Field Goals Made 1. David Schneider 2009-10 2. Nathan Mann 2007-08 3. Bobby Fitzgibbons 1996-97 4. Adam Hess 2003-04 5. Matt Verkey 1995-96

SCORING RECORDS BY HALF

99 73 62 57 56

Overall Most Points Scored: Fewest Points Scored: Most Points Allowed: Fewest Points Allowed:

3-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. David Schneider 2009-10 289 2. Nathan Mann 2007-08 211 3. Adam Hess 2003-04 189 4. Bobby Fitzgibbons 1996-97 157 5. Matt Verkey 1995-96 152

W&M Hall Most Points Scored: Fewest Points Scored: Most Points Allowed: Fewest Points Allowed:

63 (2/27/95 vs. George Mason, 2nd Half) 12 (2/2/05 vs. Drexel, 1st Half) 58 (2/26/96 vs. George Mason, 2nd Half) 11 (1/24/01 vs. James Madison, 1st Half)

On the Road Most Points Scored: Fewest Points Scored: Most Points Allowed: Fewest Points Allowed:

59 (1/6/96 at James Madison, 2nd Half) 11 (2/13/88 at James Madison, 1st Half) 60 (2/13/93 at James Madison, 2nd Half) 14 (1/24/07 at ODU, 1st Half)

3-Point Percentage Minimum 50 attempts 1. Thomas Roberts 1992-93 2. Bobby Fitzgibbons 1996-97 3. Terence Jennings 1997-98 4. Zeb Cope 2003-04 5. Mike Johnson 2001-02

.396 .395 .379 .379 .374

Free Throws Made 1. John Mahoney 1954-55 2. Jeff Cohen 1960-61 3. Bill Chambers 1952-53 4. Bob Hoitsma 1956-57 5. Chet Giermak 1949-50

216 189 151 135 130

Free Throws Attempted 1. John Mahoney 1954-55 2. Jeff Cohen 1960-61 3. Bob Hoitsma 1956-57 4. Bill Chambers 1952-53 5. Chet Giermak 1949-50

286 246 207 197 196

Free Throw Percentage Minimum 50 attempts 1. Scott Coval 1985-86 .917 2. John Lowenhaupt 1977-78 .864 3. Tom Farrington 1959-60 .862 4. Ron Panneton 1967-68 .848 5. Adam Payton 2006-07 .842 Steals 1. John Lowenhaupt 1977-78 2. Mike Strayhorn 1982-83 3. Bill Barnes 1981-82 4. David Schneider 2009-10 Adam Payton 2006-07

57 56 54 48 48

Blocks 1. David Cully 2. Adam Duggins 3. Carl Parker Brant Weidner 5. Todd Cauthorn

84 52 31 31 27

1995-96 2002-03 1995-96 1982-83 1992-93

64 (2/7/55 vs. Virginia Tech, 2nd Half) 8 (12/6/83 at VCU, 2nd Half) 72 (2/26/60 vs. #7 West Virginia, 2nd Half) 9 (1/26/81 at George Mason, 1st Half)

AFTER THE ADVENT OF THE 3-POINT SHOT

PRIOR TO THE ADVENT OF THE 3-POINT SHOT

W&M Hall/Blow Gymnasium Most Points Scored: 64 (2/7/55 vs. Virginia Tech at Blow Gym, 2nd Half) Most Points Allowed: 59 (12/20/73 vs. Providence at W&M Hall, 1st Half) 59 (12/1/65 vs. Virginia at Blow Gym, 2nd Half) On The Road Most Points Scored: Fewest Points Scored: Most Points Allowed: Fewest Points Allowed:

57 (1/12/77 at VMI, 2nd Half) 8 (12/6/83 at VCU, 2nd Half) 52 (1/12/77 at VMI, 2nd Half) 9 (1/26/81 at George Mason, 1st Half)

W&M SINGLE-GAME TEAM RECORDS

Overall Rebounding: 100 (2/14/53 vs. Virginia at Blow Gym) Offensive Rebounding: 28 (2/8/95 vs. James Madison at W&M Hall) Assists: 33 (2/27/95 vs. George Mason) Blocks: 17 (2/27/95 vs. George Mason) Field Goal Attempts: 86 (1/24/96 at George Mason) Field Goals Made: 43 (2/27/95 vs. George Mason) 3-Point Field Goals Attempts: 39 (2/2/08 vs. UNC Wilmington) 3-Point Field Goals Made: 16 (3/17/10 at North Carolina) 16 (1/24/96 at George Mason) 16 (12/21/93 vs. UNC Greensboro) Free Throws Attempted: 53 (2/20/93 at UNC Wilmington) Free Throws Made: 33 (2/20/93 at UNC Wilmington) Field Goal Percentage: .746 (47-63) (2/1/84 vs. Virginia Wesleyan)

Field Goal Percentage Minimum 100 attempts 1. Ben Blocker 1991-92 .604 2. Carl Parker 1995-96 .599 3. Mike Strayhorn 1982-83 .597 4. John Lowenhaupt 1977-78 .579 5. Gary Bland 1983-84 .572 Thomas Roberts holds the W&M senior record for 3-point field-goal percentage, shooting 39.6 percent in 1992-93.

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WILLIAM AND MARY SPORTS INFORMATION (757) 221-3344 (757) 221-2989 (FAX)

KRIS

Sears

MEDIA

Sports Information

Associate Sports Information Director

Kris Sears is in his fiffth year as the associate sports information director at the College of William and Mary. In addition to working with the men’s basketball program, Sears serves at the primary media contact for the College’s men’s and women’s tennis programs. He is also the department’s publications/ virtual media guide coordinator. At the conclusion at the 2007-08 season, Sears received the 6th Man Award for his work and contributions to the Tribe men’s basketball program. Prior to joining the W&M staff, Sears spent five years in the Media Relations office at Indiana University as a student, graduate and staff assistant. He worked with the seven-time national champion IU men’s soccer team as well as the men’s basketball program. Sears handled publicity for the 2004 NCAA Championship men’s soccer team and for the 2004 Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy winner. In 2004 and 2005, Sears’ men’s soccer and water polo guides were voted the ‘Best in the Nation’ by CoSIDA. A native of Kokomo, Ind., Sears earned his bachelor’s degree in sports marketing and management from IU in 2004, before receiving his master’s from Indiana in December of 2005 in athletic administration and sports management.

Pete CLAWSON

Rob TURNER

Jacob SKIPPER

Scott BURNS

Julia MARTIN

Assistant AD, Media Relations

Associate Sports Associate Sports Assistant Sports Assistant Sports Information Director Information Director Information Director Information Director

Sports Information Student Assistants: Brooke Baurnfend, Aaron Gregory, Jack Lambert, Alex Farina and Wesley Stukenbroker

Athletics/SID Directory — All Area Codes are 757 Athletics Department................ 221-3400 Football Office.......................... 221-3337 Ticket Office.............................. 221-3340 Marketing Office....................... 221-3353 Tribe Club................................. 221-3350 Facilities/Operations................. 221-3355 Sports Medicine........................ 221-3407 Business Office........................ 221-3372 Kaplan Arena Press Row......... 221-3348

Pete Clawson...................................221-3369 ............................................pmclaw@wm.edu Rob Turner.......................................221-3370 ............................................... rrturn@wm.edu Kris Sears.........................................221-3368 .............................................kasear@wm.edu Jacob Skipper...................................221-3344 ...............................................jcskip@wm.edu Scott Burns.......................................221-3344 .............................................sburns@wm.edu Julia Martin.......................................221-3412 ..............................................jrmar2@wm.edu

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES W&M SPORTS INFORMATION

The William and Mary Sports Information Office is located in Room 213 in the southeast corner of William and Mary Hall. The sports information office is always available to assist the media in its coverage of Tribe men’s basketball. Please contact associate sports information director Kris Sears with any requests for information, interviews, photographs and game credentials.

CREDENTIAL REQUESTS

All media credentials should be arranged by contacting Kris Sears in the William and Mary Sports Information Office. Requests must be made at least 48 hours in advance of the game. Credentials will be mailed if time allows, or may be picked up at the Ticket Office Will Call window in the northeast corner of William and Mary Hall.

MEDIA PARKING

A limited number of media parking spaces are available around William and Mary Hall. Parking passes will be mailed if requested at least one week prior to the game. General parking is available in the large parking lot on the north side of William and Mary Hall.

MEDIA SERVICES

The media workroom (Room 221) is located off of the hallway on the north (scorers table) side of the arena. Press row is located on the south side of the arena. All seats are assigned. Game notes, media guides, rosters and programs will be available in the media workroom. A meal will also be available approximately one hour before game time. Access to the media workroom is limited to those with proper credentials. Statistics, play-by-play and scores from college basketball games around the country will be available during and after the game.

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RADIO

Visiting radio lines will be provided through the Sports Information Office on the day of the game. An ISDN line may be installed at additional request given enough advance notice. For more information on purchasing and having an ISDN line installed contact Connie Grimes at (757) 221-4357 or by email at connie.grimes@wm.edu. Radio stations should make arrangements for ISDN lines at least one month in advance of the game. Requests for the line will be honored on a first-come, firstserved basis. Only collect, toll-free and incoming calls will be available through this phone line. Please contact Kris Sears at least 24 hours in advance if you wish to tape an interview with any William and Mary coaches to be broadcast before a game.

POST-GAME PRESS CONFERENCE

The W&M locker room is closed to the media at all times. A member of the W&M Sports Information Office will take requests for players near the end of each game. After each game, both head coaches and selected players from each team will be brought to the media workroom for the post game press conference.

INTERVIEW POLICY

All William and Mary players and head coaches will be available for interviews throughout the season. All interview requests must be coordinated through Kris Sears in the Sports Information Office. Please give at least 24 hours notice whenever possible. Home phone numbers will not be made available and members of the media are asked not to contact players or coaches at home.

PRACTICES

All W&M practices are closed to the media.

INTERNET ACCESS

The official web site of William and Mary Athletics is www.TribeAthletics.com. This web site contains information for all 23 of William and Mary’s sports, including schedules and results, statistics, releases, game notes and media guides. Information about the Colonial Athletic Association can be found at www.caasports.com.

PRESS RELEASES

Game notes will be available at least one day prior to each contest. All William and Mary basketball game notes and releases will be e-mailed, faxed and posted on the Tribe’s web site. Please contact Kris Sears if you would like to be added to either the fax or e-mail distribution list.

CAA TELECONFERENCE

Members of the media are invited to participate in the CAA’s weekly telephonic press conferences. The first call will occur on January 4 and run each Monday morning through March 1. CAA coaches will be available to answer questions beginning at 10:00 AM. W&M coach Tony Shaver will be available from 10:40-10:50 AM. The phone number for the call is (866) 809-6768. Contact Kris Sears or Rob Washburn in the CAA office at (804) 754-1616 (x19) for the password to access the call.

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2010 NIT PARTICIPANT TRIBE RADIO NETWORK presented with the honor at Charter Day in February, 2003. A mass communications graduate of Middle Tennessee State University, Jay is entering his 27th season of broadcasting Tribe basketball. Jay and his wife Cindy have a daughter, Carleigh Danielle (18) and a son, Benjamin William (15). A 1962 graduate of William and Mary, Charlie Woollum was the head coach of the Tribe from the 1994-95 through the 1999-2000 seasons, leading the Tribe to 20 wins and a regular season tie for first place in the CAA in 1998. Bill McDonald, a 1974 graduate of the College, has been a working broadcast journalist who has been involved with the Tribe radio network for many years. Stretching over 100 miles of the state, the Tribe Radio Network is the gateway to all of the W&M action over the air. The flagship stations for the network are 92.3 FM “The Tide” and 107.9 FM “WBACH” in Williamsburg. The listening format for basketball games is similar to past Tribe broadcasts with a pre-game show with head coach Tony Shaver, a halftime scoreboard and a post-game wrap-up. “The Tide” WBACH

Williamsburg Williamsburg

All W&M radio broadcasts can be heard via live simultaneous web stream online at TribeAthletics.com. Click on the Live Audio link at the top of the page for more information.

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W&M Radio Network (from left): Bill McDonald, Jay Colley and Charlie Woollum.

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92.3 FM 107.9 FM

Media Contacts

Teaming up once again to call all the exciting action of William and Mary basketball over the airwaves will be Jay Colley and Bill McDonald. The duo will celebrate their 22nd season together calling Tribe men’s basketball action over the airwaves. For the sixth season the pair will be joined by former W&M basketball coach and player, Charlie Woollum, who will add his insight and experience to the broadcast. Colley is a veteran broadcaster who shifts from sport to sport with ease. He calls the play-by-play for the Tribe on the gridiron and is also a veteran baseball commentator, who was previously the voice of the Rochester Redwings as well as the Richmond Braves and the Tidewater Tides. In recognition of Colley’s years of service to the College, he was selected as an honorary alumnus of William and Mary and was officially

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2010-11 Tribe Men's Basketball Virtual Guide

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