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Garen Wright 6-4 • 210 • Guard Fr. • Oklahoma City

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Seth Heckart 6-0 • 175 • Guard So. • Woodward

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Garrett Kilborn 6-4 • 200 • Forward Fr. • Edmond

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Cal Andrews 6-7 • 200 • Forward So. • Washington

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Aaron Anderson 6-3 • 190 • Guard So. • Edmond

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Trai Jordan 6-6 • 225 • Forward Jr. • Oklahoma City

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Jacob Richardson 6-0 • 180 • Guard Fr. • Porter

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Devante Moore 6-2 • 200 • Guard Jr. • El Reno

Josh Gibbs 6-5 • 235 • Forward Sr. • Kansas City, Mo.

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Garrett Hermanski 6-5 • 205 • Guard RS Fr. • Edmond

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Jarred Bairstow 6-7 • 230 • Forward So. • Australia

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Nic Combs 6-0 • 175 • Guard Sr. • Edmond

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Jarrod McDaniel 5-9 • 170 • Guard Sr. • Midwest City

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Jacob Strassle 6-3 • 225 • Guard So. • Mustang

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Philip Brown 6-7 • 230 • Forward Jr. • San Antonio, TX


2013-14 UCO Basketball Schedule Date (Day) Nov. 5 (Tuesday) Nov. 7 (Thursday) Nov. 12 (Tuesday) Nov. 14 (Thursday) Nov. 16 (Saturday) Nov. 19 (Tuesday) Nov. 25 (Monday)

Opponent Science and Arts of Oklahoma (Exhibition) Alumni Game (Exhibition) Southwestern Christian Oklahoma City Southern Nazarene Oklahoma Christian Science and Arts of Oklahoma

Site Chickasha, Okla. Edmond Edmond Oklahoma City Bethany, Okla. Oklahoma City Edmond

Nov. 29-30 29 (Friday) 30 (Saturday)

UCO Classic Edmond Southern Nazarene Oklahoma City

7:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

Dec. 5 (Thursday) Dec. 7 (Saturday) Dec. 19 (Thursday) Dec. 21 (Saturday) Jan. 4 (Saturday) Jan. 8 (Wednesday) Jan. 11 (Saturday) Jan. 16 (Thursday) Jan. 18 (Saturday) Jan. 23 (Thursday) Jan. 26 (Sunday) Feb. 1 (Saturday) Feb. 6 (Thursday) Feb. 8 (Saturday) Feb. 13 (Thursday) Feb. 15 (Saturday) Feb. 22 (Saturday) Feb. 26 (Wednesday) Feb. 28 (Friday) March 4 (Tuesday) March 6-9 (Thursday-Sunday)

Lindenwood* Lincoln* Central Missouri* Missouri Western* Northwest Missouri* Missouri Southern* Southwest Baptist* Fort Hays State* Nebraska-Kearney* Washburn* Emporia State* Pittsburg State* Northeastern State* Pittsburg State* Washburn* Emporia State* Northeastern State* Fort Hays State* Nebraska-Kearney* MIAA Post-season Tournament First Round MIAA Post-season Tournament

7:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. TBA TBA

St. Charles, Mo. Jefferson City, Mo. Edmond Edmond Maryville, Mo. Edmond Edmond Edmond Edmond Topeka, Kan. Emporia, Kan. Edmond Tahlequah, Okla. Pittsburg, Kan. Edmond Edmond Edmond Hays, Kan. Kearney, Neb. Campus Sites Kansas City, Mo.

Time 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Bold-Home game *-Mid-American Intercollegiate Athletics Association game All game times are Central Standard Time

Table of Contents General Information

Records/History

2013-14 Schedule..............................................................................1 UCO Quick Facts/Phone Directory..................................................2

Central Oklahoma Records....................................................... 20-25 All-Conference Players/All-Americans.................................... 26-27 All-Time Lettermen ................................................................. 28-29 Season-by-Season Results....................................................... 30-36 National Tournament History..........................................................37 Margins and Streaks/Coaching Records.........................................38 Series Records........................................................................... 39-40

Coaches/Season Outlook/Players

Head Coach.......................................................................................4 Assistant Coaches............................................................................ 5 2013-14 Outlook...............................................................................6 2013-14 Roster .................................................................................7 Player Profiles............................................................................. 8-12

About UCO

The University................................................................................ 42 Athletic Administration .............................................................43-45 Hamilton Field House..................................................................... 46 About Edmond................................................................................ 47 The MIAA....................................................................................... 48 Stampede Club.......................................................................... I.B.C.

2012-13 Review

Season Review/Final Statistics................................................. 14-16 Season Results/Trends....................................................................17 MIAA Standings, All-MIAA Teams...............................................18 1


2013-14 UCO Basketball UCO Quick Facts

Get the latest on the Bronchos at:

Mailing Address: 100 North University Edmond, OK 73034 Founded: Dec. 24, 1890 President: Dr. Don Betz Athletic Director: Joe Muller Senior Associate AD: Scott Williams Director of Compliance: Darnell Smith Ticket Coordinator: Gunnar Poff Coperate Sponsorships/Marketing: Brandon Baker Business Manager: Britni Brannon Head Athletic Trainer: Ed Kabrick Faculty Representative: Trey Cone National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association Nickname: Bronchos School Colors: Bronze and Blue Enrollment: 17,101 Fieldhouse (Capacity): Hamilton Field House (3,000)

www.bronchosports.com Staff Phone/Email Directory

(405 Area Code) University of Central Oklahoma Switchboard........................974-2000 Office Athletic Department................................................................974-2500 Athletic Director.....................................................................974-2500 Joe Muller (jmuller2@uco.edu) Senior Associate Athletic Director..........................................974-2137 Scott Williams (jwilliams129@uco.edu) Director of Athletic Compliance ............................................974-3959 Darnell Smith (dsmith132@uco.edu) Director of Media Relations....................................................974-2142 Mike Kirk (mkirk@uco.edu)

Basketball Facts

Head Coach: Terry Evans Years, Record at UCO: 11 years, 223-104 Years, Overall Record: 11 years, 223-104 Assistant Coach: Rodney Dindy Student Assistant: Antonio Ross, Spencer Smith 2012-13 Record: 15-14 2012-13 Conference Record (Finish): 11-7 (6th) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 6/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

Head Coach.............................................................................974-2146 Terry Evans (tevans@uco.edu) Assistant Coach ......................................................................974-2178 Rodney Dindy (rdindy@uco.edu)

School Nickname

“Bronchos” was the nickname selected for Central Oklahoma in 1922 by Mrs. C.W. Wantland, wife of long-time UCO football coach C.W. Wantland. The name was chosen from a number of suggestions for the name of UCO’s football team and became the nickname for all athletic teams at the school. Mrs. Wantland was made an honorary member of the Letterman’s Club as a result of selecting the nickname, becoming the first woman admitted to that organization.

Basketball History

First Season of Basketball: 1921-22 All-time Record: 1,237-923 Conference/Division Championships: 22 (1937, ‘38, ‘39, ‘53, ‘54, ‘58, ‘61, ‘63, ‘64, ‘74, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93, ‘95, ‘97, ‘98, ‘05, ‘06, ‘08, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11) National Tournament Appearances: 17, five in NAIA (1938, ‘39, ‘59, ‘61 and ‘64) and 12 in NCAA Division II (1992, ‘93, ‘95, ‘97, ‘98, ‘03, ‘05,‘06, ‘08, ‘09, ‘10 and ‘11)

School Colors

Bronze and blue were chosen as Central Oklahoma’s school colors early in the fall of 1895 by school president Edmund Dandridge Murdaugh. The first public display of the bronze and blue was in Guthrie when a student represented UCO in the first oratorical contest ever held in Oklahoma.

Media Relations

Director of Athletic Media Relations: Mike Kirk Office: (405) 974-2142 Home: (405) 348-4897 Cell: (405) 615-2233 Fax: (405) 974-3820 Email: mkirk@uco.edu

On the Cover

Featured on the front cover of the 2013-14 UCO basketball media guide is senior Josh Gibbs, a returning first-team All-Mid America Intercollegiate Athletics Association performer. On the back cover are (top to bottom): Nic Combs, Cal Andrews, Jarrod McDaniel and Seth Heckart. Cover design was done by UCO Art Director Craig Beuchaw.

Production Credits

The 2013-14 UCO men’s basketball media guide was written, edited and designed by the UCO Athletic Media Relations Office. Photographswere provided by UCO Photographic Services Director Dan Smith. The media guide was printed at the UCO printCentral, NUC 146. 2


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2013-14 UCO Basketball Head Coach Evans started his coaching career as an assistant at Texas Christian, spending the fall of 1994 with the Horned Frogs before going to Mexico to play professionally. He returned to coaching as an assistant at Edmond Santa Fe High School, spending the 1995-96 season there before taking over as head coach at Chickasha High School. Evans was 9-13 in one year with the Fighting Chicks before going to Midwest City High School and leading the Bombers to a phenomenal 100-11 record and three Class 6A state championships in four years. His first team went 25-3 and won the state crown in 1997-98, with the Bombers going 23-4 and losing in the state semifinals the following year. Evans led Midwest City to back-to-back 26-2 seasons and consecutive state titles his last two years before going to OU. Evans also had great success as a player. He led Millwood High School to three state titles and was an All-State pick as a senior and then started throughout his four-year career at OU, helping the Sooners win 88 games in that span. Evans finished as OU’s career leader in 3-pointers (259), 3-point attempts (698) and assists (651). A three-time Academic All-Big Eight selection, Terry earned honorable mention All-Big Eight acclaim his final two seasons and averaged a career-high 14.0 points a game as a senior. Evans graduated from OU with a degree in business management and later earned a master’s in human relations. Terry is married (Terri) and has two children (Carli and Tre).

Terry Evans Now in his 12th year at the helm of the Central Oklahoma program is Terry Evans, a former college standout who has built the Bronchos into a perennial NCAA Division II power. Evans is 223-104 in 11 years at UCO and has directed the Bronchos to seven national tournament appearances, including one Elite Eight and one Sweet 16. He also led the team to six Lone Star Conference North Division titles and two overall league crowns during Central’s association

with that league. Evans has had six 20-win seasons at UCO -- including a school-record 30-win campaign in 2010-11 -- and has coached 15 all-conference players. He earned Lone Star Conference North Division Coach of the Year honors five times and was named South Central Regional Coach of the Year in 2007-08. Terry took over the helm in 2002-03 and guided UCO to a 19-10 campaign and the school’s first national tournament berth since 1998. The Bronchos fell to 11-17 in 2003-04, but bounced back the following season to go 22-8 and make it to the second round of the national tournament after capturing the LSC North Division title. UCO claimed a share of its second straight LSC North championship and returned to the national playoffs in 2005-06, then missed out on a third straight LSC North title and were denied a national tournament berth the next year despite a 20-8 record. Evans and the Bronchos enjoyed one of the best seasons in school history in 2007-08, with the Bronchos finishing 28-6. UCO took the LSC North title, swept three games at the LSC Tournament to claim the overall conference championship and followed with a three-game run at the South Central Regional, pulling out a last-second finals win to claim its first regional title since 1992. That earned the Bronchos a trip to Springfield, Mass. for the Elite Eight, with UCO dropping a heartbreaking double-overtime decision to eventual national runner-up Augusta State in the quarterfinals. The Bronchos continued their dominance of the LSC North Division the next season in making it back to the national tournament before losing in the first round to end a 24-6 campaign. UCO captured its third consecutive LSC North crown and again made it to the Division II playoffs in 2009-10, finishing 22-7 after a first-round loss. Evans directed UCO to a school-record 30 wins in 2010-11, with the Bronchos finishing 30-4 in making it to the Sweet 16. Central won its fourth straight LSC North title, rolled to the LSC Tournament championship to claim the overall league crown and then hosted the South Central Regional for the first time since 1993. UCO won its first two games to advance to the finals, but lost a tough decision to Midwestern State before an overflow crowd at Hamilton Field House. The Bronchos went 15-11 in 2011-12 despite playing one of the toughest schedules in school history while competing as an indepedent. UCO made its MIAA debut in 2012-13 and overcame a rugged start to finish sixth in the regular season standings before winning two games and making the post-season tournament semifinals in finishing 15-14. A highly-successful high school skipper whose father (Eddie) coached the Bronchos from 1978-82, Terry came to UCO after serving as director of basketball operations at the University of Oklahoma in 2001-02. He handled the day-to-day administrative duties in addition to several other assignments as the Sooners went 31-5, won the Big 12 Conference Tournament title and made their first Final Four appearance since 1988.

The Evans File Born: Aug. 8, 1970. High School Education: Millwood High School, Oklahoma City, 1988. College Education: University of Oklahoma, B.S. in business management, 1992; OU, Master’s in human relations, 1995. Playing Experience: Three-year starter at Millwood High School, Four-year starter at Oklahoma. Coaching Experience: Fall 1994: Texas Christian University, assistant coach. 1995-96: Santa Fe High School, Edmond, assistant coach. 1996-97: Chickasha (Okla.) High School, head coach. 1997-01: Midwest City (Okla.) High School, head coach. 2001-02: OU, director of basketball operations. 2002-Present: Central Oklahoma, head coach. Marital Status: Married (Terri). Children: Carli (26) and Tre (16). Evans Highlights: 4Has led UCO to seven Division II national tournament appearances, including the Elite Eight in 2008 and the Sweet 16 in 2011. 4Led UCO to six Lone Star Conference North Division titles in seven years. Coached 15 all-conference players, including four Player of the Year selections. 4Five-time Lone Star Conference North Division Coach of the Year. 4


2013-14 UCO Basketball The Evans Era Season W-L Pct. 2002-03 19-10 .655 2003-04 11-17 .393 2004-05 22-8 .733 2005-06 17-13 .567 2006-07 20-8 .714 2007-08 28-6 .824 2008-09 24-6 .800 2009-10 22-7 .759 2010-11 30-4 .882 2011-12 15-11 .577 2012-13 15-14 .517 Totals 223-104 .682

Highlights Made national tournament Third in LSC North North champs, national tournament North co-champs, national tournament LSC North runner-up LSC-N champs, LSC champs, Elite 8 LSC North champions, national tourney LSC North champions, national tourney LSC-N champs, LSC champs, Sweet 16

Evans Vs. Career Opponents Team Abilene Christian Angelo State Augusta State Arkansas-Fort Smith Arlington Baptist Arkansas Tech Bendictine Cameron Central Arkansas Central Missouri Central Washington Christian Brothers Colorado Christian Dallas Baptist Drury East Central Eastern New Mexico Emporia State Fort Hays State Hillsdale Incarnate Word Lamar Langston Lincoln Lindenwood Mid-America Christian Midwestern State Missouri S&T Missouri-St. Louis Missouri Southern Missouri Western

Noteables:

1st Win: UCO 100, Oklahoma City 88 (Nov. 25, 2002). 50th Win: UCO 102, East Central 79 (Feb. 24, 2005). 100th Win: UCO 86, Texas A&M-Kingsville 69 (Jan. 12, 2008). 150th Win: UCO 89, Texas A&M-Kingsville 73 (Jan. 5, 2010). 200th Win: UCO 79, Arkansas Tech 68 (Dec. 3, 2011). Home Record: 113-22 (.837). Away Record: 79-54 (.594). Neutral Site Record: 31-28 (.525). Overtime Game Record: 13-7 (650). Record When Led At Halftime: 180-29 (.861). Record When Trailed/Tied At Halftime: 44-74 (.373). Longest Winning Streak: 11, 2010-11 and 2002-03.

W-L Pct. 8-1 .875 9-1 .889 0-1 .000 2-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 1-2 .333 1-0 1.000 19-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 3-1 .750 1-1 .500 0-1 .000 1-0 1.000 0-1 .000 3-2 .600 17-1 .944 8-2 .800 4-3 .571 2-2 .500 0-1 .000 1-2 .333 0-1 .000 1-0 1.000 2-0 1.000 2-1 .667 2-1 .667 5-7 .417 1-2 .333 0-1 .000 1-1 .500 2-6 .250

Team Nebraska-Kearney New Mexico Highlands Northeastern State Northwest Missouri Northwestern Oklahoma Oklahoma Baptist Oklahoma Christian Oklahoma City Oklahoma Panhandle Ouachita Baptist Paul Quinn Pittsburg State Quincy Rockhurst Rogers State Science & Arts of Okla. Southeastern Oklahoma Southern Nazarene Southwest Baptist Southwestern Christian Southwestern Oklahoma St. Edward’s St. Gregory’s St. Mary’s Tarleton State Texas A&M-Commerce Texas A&M-Kingsville Truman State Washburn West Texas A&M Western Washington Wilmington

W-L Pct. 1-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 14-11 .560 1-3 .250 2-0 1.000 1-1 .500 4-2 .667 2-2 .500 1-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 2-1 .667 0-1 .000 1-0 1.000 0-1 .000 4-0 1.000 15-3 .833 1-0 1.000 4-2 .667 0-1 .000 16-5 .762 1-0 1.000 5-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 11-9 .550 11-6 .647 8-3 .727 1-0 1.000 6-4 .600 7-6 .538 0-1 .000 1-0 1.000

Assistant Coach Rodney Dindy Rodney Dindy is in his sixth year as the assistant coach at Central Oklahoma, coming to the Bronchos after a highlysuccessful career as head coach at Midwest City High School. Dindy has helped UCO to a sparkling 106-42 record the last five years, with the Bronchos having made three NCAA Division II national tournament appearances. The 2010-11 team won a school-record 30 games (30-4) and ended the season ranked No. 4 nationally in making the Sweet 16 before falling in the finals of the South Central Regional. Dindy started his coaching career as a volunteer assistant at Midwest City in 1996, then served as the Bombers’ fulltime assistant from 1997-01 for UCO head coach Terry Evans. Rodney helped lead Midwest City to a 100-11 record in that four-year span, with the Bombers winning three Class 6A state championships. Dindy took over the Midwest City program in 2001 and put together a 140-50 record over the next seven seasons. He led the Bombers to three Mid-State Conference titles and five state tournament appearances, with the 2007 team going 27-1 in winning the Class 6A state title. Dindy was a two-time Mid-State Conference Coach of the Year winner and coached in the 2007 All-State games. Rodney, a product of Sasakwa (Okla.) High School, is a 1992 graduate of East Central. He is married (Ramona) and has four children (Khalil, Raven, Rachael and LaBria).

Student Assistant Antonio Ross

Student Assistant Spencer Smith

Helping out the Central Oklahoma program as a student assistant coach is Antonio Ross, who played for the Bronchos in 2010-11. Ross played in all 34 games with seven starts that season, averaging 3.1 points and 2.4 rebounds a game in helping UCO go 30-4. The Bronchos won the Lone Star Conference North Division and LSC Tournament titles that season in advancing to the Sweet 16. Antonio played two years at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M before coming to UCO. A native of Tulsa, he was an All-District and All-Conference performer as a senior at Union High School. Ross is completing work on his kinesiology degree.

Serving as a student assistant coach for Central Oklahoma in 2013-14 is Spencer Smith, who started most of the last two seasons for the Bronchos. Smith played in 25 games with 13 starts as a junior in 201112, averaging 8.7 points and 3.1 rebounds a game. He came back last season to start in 28 of 29 games and average 13.9 points a contest while adding a team-high 6.2 rebounds. Spencer started his college career at Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa, where he averaged 13.5 points and 6.5 rebounds a game as a sophomore. He was an AllStater as a senior at Sapulpa High School. Smith is finishing up his business management degree at UCO.

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Season Outlook

The Bronchos also have one former starter and eight new etting back where it belongs is the main objecplayers on the roster, with several of those expected to contend tive for Central Oklahoma in 2013-14, with the for starting berths. Bronchos expecting a return to prominence on both Senior Jarrod McDaniel (5-9, 170) returns to UCO after the conference and national levels. having sat out the past two years, but that layoff isn’t expected UCO returns six lettermen from last year’s 15-14 team to slow him down. McDaniel was the Lone Star Conference that finished sixth in its first year in the Mid-America InterNorth Division Defensive Player of the Year in 2010-11 as collegiate Athletics Association and the addition of several the Bronchos went 30-4 in making it to the Sweet 16 and he impact newcomers has head coach Terry Evans looking for should shine in running the offense. big things from his club. Sophomore transfer Aaron Anderson (6-3, 190) and junior “Our goals are to win the MIAA and get back to our winning move-in Philip Brown (6-7, 230) are ways,” said Evans, who is 223-104 in his 12th year with the also ready to vie for starting roles. Bronchos. “We expect to make the NCAA Tournament and Anderson was a part-time starter we expect to do well once we at Fresno State last season and is a get there. versatile talent capable of big things, “We feel like we gave while Brown is a rugged inside away too many games last force who will be a disruptive year because of poor defense defender in the paint. and poor free throw shootOther newcomers for ing and those are two areas UCO are freshmen Garrett we’re really concentrating on this Kilborn (6-4, 200), Jacob season.” Richardson (6-0, 180) and UCO has made seven trips to the NCAA Division II playoffs Garen Wright (6-4, 210), during Evans’ tenure, advancing to the Elite Eight in 2008 and sophomore Jarred Bairthe Sweet 16 in 2011, and there’s plenty of reasons to think stow (6-7, 230) and juniors the Bronchos will make it back to the national spotlight. Trai Jordan (6-6, 225) and Leading the charge is senior star Josh Gibbs (6-5, 235), Devante Moore (6-2, 200), a returning first-team All-MIAA selection and multiwith all capable of helping the talented forward who can score inside and out. He was Bronchos. the fourth-leading scorer in the conference last season Injuries will sideline Wright with a 17.5 average while adding 6.1 rebounds a game for the season and Jordan until and will be even better this winter. mid-December, with Bairstow not UCO has back five other lettermen from last year eligible until February after coming in senior Nic Combs (6-0, 175) and sophomores over from Australia. Cal Andrews (6-7, 200), Seth Heckart (6-0, “We’re very deep and probably have 175), Rico Hogan (6-0, 180) and Jacob Strassle eight guys who could start,” Evans said. (6-3, 225). “We need some other guys to step up in Andrews started half the season in averagorder for us to have depth and I expect that ing 7.5 points and 1.9 rebounds a game and to happen. is poised to make a big breakthrough this “We have great guards who can really defend the winter. He shot 40.5 percent from 3-point ball and get to the basket offensively. We have a chance to range last year in making 53 treys and average over 90 points a game, which is our greatest strength. is ready to fill a full-time starting role. We have great drivers, great shooters and a couple Heckart started a handful of games of guys in the post who can really score.” while making 37 3-pointers in averaging Jarrod McDaniel Having been through a season of MIAA play 6.3 points and 1.9 rebounds a contest, with more should also benefit the Bronchos this season. expected of him this season. “This is our second year in the MIAA and that should Combs should also play a bigger role after netting 2.1 points help us,” Evans said. “In this league, post play is extremely a game a year ago and Strassle is looking to be more of a physical and perimeter play is often called very tight, which contributor. Redshirt freshman Garrett Hermanski (6-5, hinders our ability to pressure the ball and play uptempo. But 205) will also vie for playing time, while Hogan is slated to redshirt and redshirt freshman D.J. Mahone (6-4, 230) will we will adjust and be better prepared this year.” miss the season to injury. 6


2013-14 UCO Basketball Central Oklahoma Roster Numerical No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 10 11 12 14 20 21 24 30 32 RS RS

Name Garen Wright Aaron Anderson Josh Gibbs Seth Heckart Trai Jordan Garrett Hermanski Jarrod McDaniel Garrett Kilborn Jacob Richardson Jarred Bairstow Jacob Strassle Cal Andrews Devante Moore Nic Combs Philip Brown Rico Hogan D.J. Mahone

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

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

Wt. 210 190 235 175 225 205 170 200 180 230 225 200 200 175 230 180 230

Class Fr. So. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. (RS) Sr. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. (RS)

Hometown (High School) Oklahoma City (Putnam City) Edmond (Santa Fe) Kansas City, Mo. (Raytown) Woodward (Woodward) Oklahoma City (Southeast) Edmond (Deer Creek) Midwest City (Midwest City) Edmond (Oklahoma Christian School) Porter (Porter) Brisbane, Australia (Anglican Church) Mustang (Mustang) Washington (Washington) El Reno (El Reno) Edmond (Santa Fe) San Antonio, Texas (Madison) Norman (Norman) Tulsa (Edison)

Alphabetical No. 1 21 14 32 30 2 3 5 RS 4 11 RS 10 24 12 20 0

Name Aaron Anderson Cal Andrews Jarred Bairstow Philip Brown Nic Combs Josh Gibbs Seth Heckart Garrett Hermanski Rico Hogan Trai Jordan Garrett Kilborn D.J. Mahone Jarrod McDaniel Devante Moore Jacob Richardson Jacob Strassle Garen Wright

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

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

Wt. 190 200 230 230 175 235 175 205 180 225 200 230 170 200 180 225 210

Class So. So. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. (RS) So. Jr. Fr. Fr. (RS) Sr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr.

By Class

Hometown (High School) Edmond (Santa Fe) Washington (Washington) Brisbane, Australia (Anglican Church) San Antonio, Texas (Madison) Edmond (Santa Fe) Kansas City, Mo. (Raytown) Woodward (Woodward) Edmond (Deer Creek) Norman (Norman) Oklahoma City (Southeast) Edmond (Oklahoma Christian School) Tulsa (Edison) Midwest City (Midwest City) El Reno (El Reno) Porter (Porter) Mustang (Mustang) Oklahoma City (Putnam City)

City), Moore (El Reno), Richardson (Porter), Strassle (Mustang), Wright (Oklahoma City). Texas (1): Brown. Foreign Country (1): Bairstow (Australia)

Seniors (3): Combs, Gibbs, McDaniel. Juniors (3): Brown, Jordan, Moore. Sophomores (6): Anderson, Andrews, Bairstow, Heckart, Hogan, Strassle. Redshirt Freshmen (2): Hermanski, Mahone. Freshman (3): Kilborn, Richardson, Wright.

By Height

5-9 (1): McDaniel. 6-0 (4): Combs, Heckart, Hogan, Richardson. 6-2 (1): Moore. 6-3 (2): Anderson, Strassle. 6-4 (3): Kilborn, Mahone, Wright. 6-5 (2): Gibbs, Hermanski. 6-6 (1): Jordan. 6-7 (3): Andrews, Bairstow, Brown.

By State

Missouri (1): Gibbs (Kansas City). Oklahoma (14): Anderson (Edmond), Andrews (Washington), Combs (Edmond), Heckart (Woodward), Hermanski (Edmond), Hogan (Norman), Jordan (Oklahoma City), Kilborn (Edmond), Mahone (Tulsa), McDaniel (Midwest

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Scored 29 points in first-round state tournament win over Sperry and was an All-State selection . . . Also a state champion in the high jump.

Aaron Anderson

Personal: Mechanical engineering major . . . Enjoys watching movies in his spare time . . . Names the Oklahoma City ThunUCO Career Highs der as his favorite sports Points: 20 vs. Nebraska-Kearney, 2/1/13. team . . . Lists “Coach Rebounds: 10 vs. Central Missouri, 2/7/13. Carter” as his top sports Assists: 3, seven times. movie . . . Birthdate is Steals: 3, two times. Blocks: 2 vs. Missouri Southern, 2/25/13. Aug. 26, 1993.

6-3 •190 •Guard Sophomore • Edmond Division I transfer and local product set to challenge for a starting spot this season . . . Athletic sophomore and intelligent player who should be a defensiver stopper for the Bronchos . . . Spent one year at Fresno State before coming to UCO.

Total 3-Point Season G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. RB-Avg. Pts-Avg. ‘12-13 26-14 64-151 .424 53-131 .405 14-22 .636 50-1.9 195-7.5

FSU: Played in 27 games with 12 starts as a true freshman for the Bulldogs last season, averaging 1.7 points, 1.3 rebounds and 1.2 assists a contest.

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High School: All-District and Edmond Sun All-City pick as a senior at Edmond Santa Fe High School after leading the Wolves to the Class 6A state semifinals. Personal: Kinesiology major . . . Has a son (Jonah) . . . Favorite sports movie is “Coach Carter” . . . Names the Miami Heat as his top professional team . . . Birthdate is Nov. 4, 1993.

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Jarred Bairstow

6-7 • 230 • Forward Sophomore • Australia Sophomore move-in who won’t be eligible until February . . . Gives the Bronchos a big, physical presence inside, but also showcases good shooting touch with 3-point range . . . Will make an impact when becomes eligible during second-semester stretch run.

Cal Andrews

High School: Played on Queensland State team and moved on to star for the Brisbane Capitals in the Queensland Basketball League.

6-7 • 200 • Forward Sophomore • Washington

Personal: Engineering major . . . Has six siblings, including two who are currently playing Division I basketball -- brother (Cameron) at New Mexico and sister (Stephanie) at Utah State . . . Lists “Remember the Titans” as his favorite sports movie . . . Birthdate is Nov. 5, 1992.

Smooth-shooting sophomore who will once again vie for a starting position . . . Saw part-time starting duty as a true freshman last season and should really benefit from the experience gained . . . Made tremendous progress during the course of his rookie year and is a dangerous shooter with excellent range . . . Will only continue to improve with more playing time and is poised for a big second season.

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2012-13: Started in 14 of 26 games played -- missing three to injury -- and ended up averaging 7.5 points a game while adding 1.9 rebounds . . . Shot a team-best 40.5 percent from 3-point range while tying for team lead in 3-pointers made with 53 . . . Scored in double figures seven times, capped by 20-point outing on 7-of-11 shooting with five treys in road win over Nebraska-Kearney . . . Hit double digits four times in a row during one second-semester stretch, averaging 15.8 points on 56.3-percent shooting (18-of-32) from long range in those games . . . Had one double-double, a 14-point, 10-rebound outing in home upset of eventual MIAA co-champion Central Missouri . . . Made three-plus 3-pointers 10 times and had at least one trey the last 11 games of the season.

Philip Brown

6-7 • 230 • Forward Junior • San Antonio, TX Junior transfer looking to challenge for an immediate starting role this winter . . . Tough, hard-nosed forward who can handle physical battles in the paint and a rugged defender ready to make an impact . . . Came to UCO after two years at Northern Oklahoma-Enid. Juco: Played two years for the Jets, averaging 5.4 points, 4.5 rebounds and 1.3 blocked shots a game last season for a 21-10 team. High School: Averaged 10 points, six rebounds and five blocked shots a game as a senior at James Madison High School in San Antonio . . . Played football as a freshman and sophomore for the Mavericks. Personal: Math education major looking to become a teacher. . . Enjoys playing video games in his spare time . . . Lists the San Antonio Spurs as his favorite professional team . . . Birthdate is Oct. 12, 1992.

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prowess and ability to go to the basket, but also a solid outside shooter with 3-point range . . . . Good rebounder as well, especially on the offensive end . . . Should get a boost from last year’s success and is poised to end his career in style . . . Came to UCO from Sam Houston State.

Nic Combs

6-0 • 175 • Guard Senior • Edmond

2012-13: First-team All-MIAA and second-team Daktronics All-Central Region selection after averaging 17.5 points, 6.1 rebounds and 2.6 assists a game . . . Finished as the league’s fourth-leading scorer while shooting 47.3 percent from the field, including 37.3 percent from beyond the arc . . . Tied for the team lead in 3-pointers with 53, making at least three treys in nine games . . . Scored in double figures in 27 of 29 games, including the final 21 of the season . . . Had 12 games with 20-plus points, including five straight during one stretch . . . Poured in season-high 27 points in road win over Truman State . . . Had three doubledoubles . . . Dished out three-plus assists 14 times . . . Averaged 19.2 points in 18 conference games.

Senior guard looking to contend for extended action in 2013-14 . . . Came to UCO last year as a Division I transfer and saw plenty of playing time . . . Solid ball-handler who doesn’t make mistakes on the court, knows how to run the offense and is deadly accurate at the free throw line . . . Spent two years at Troy before coming to the Bronchos. 2012-13: Played in 23 games, averaging 2.1 points, 1.4 assists and 1.2 rebounds a game . . . Best scoring game was seven-point outing against Lincoln . . . Had 33 assists against just 15 turnovers, dishing out five assists in home wins over Pittsburg State and Southwest Baptist . . . Shot a sizzling 92.3 percent from the charity stripe, hitting 24-of-26 attempts. Troy: Redshirted his first year with the Trojans and then averaged 3.0 points and 1.3 rebounds a game in limited action in 2011-12.

SHSU: Redshirted the 2011-12 season. Juco: Enjoyed stellar two-year career at Butler County (Kan.) Community College . . . Averaged 10.1 points and 5.3 rebounds a game during freshman campaign to help lead the Grizzlies to a 29-7 record, the conference title and a berth in the national tournament . . . Averaged 14.5 points, 6.3 rebounds and 3.5 assists a contest as a sophomore.

Juco: Started college career at Jones County (Miss.) Junior College, averaging 11.0 points and 6.2 assists a game as a freshman in 2008-09. High School: Local product of Edmond Santa Fe High School . . . Earned Edmond Sun City Player of the Year, All-District and All-State honors as a senior for the Wolves after averaging 19 points, four assists and three rebounds a game.

UCO Career Highs Points: 7 vs. Lincoln, 2/9/13. Rebounds: 5 vs. Oklahoma City, 11/17/12. Assists: 5, two times. Steals: 2, two times. Blocks: 1 vs. Oklahoma City, 11/17/12.

High School: All-Conference and All-Metro selection as a senior at Raytown High School in Kansas City, Mo. after leading his team to a 27-1 record.

UCO Career Highs Points: 27 vs. Truman State, 1/10/13. Rebounds: 11 vs. Lindenwood, 1/12/13. Assists: 6 vs. Oklahoma City, 11/17/12. Steals: 3, two times. Blocks: 1 vs. Southwest Baptist, 3/4/13.

Personal: Business major . . . Names the Chicago Bulls as his favorite sports team . . . Lists “Space Jam” as his top sports movie . . . Birthdate is Aug. 11, 1989.

Total 3-Point Season G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. RB-Avg. Pts-Avg. ‘12-13 29-27 175-370 .473 53-142 .373 104-160 .650 177-6.1 507-17.5

Total 3-Point Season G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. RB-Avg. Pts-Avg. ‘12-13 23-0 11-35 .315 3-12 .250 24-26 .923 28-1.2 49-2.1

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Personal: Criminal justice major . . . Names the Boston Celtics as his top team . . . Lists “Waterboy” as his favorite sports movie . . . Birthdate is Sept. 26, 1990.

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6-0 • 175 • Guard Sophomore • Woodward

6-5 • 235 • Forward Senior • Kansas City, Mo.

Returning letterman and part-time starter ready to play an important role again this season . . . Should earn plenty of minutes and has the ability to be a key force the Bronchos . . . Aggressive player who knows the game and an outstanding shooter from long distance . . . Should get a big boost from the success and experience of last season and is ready to take another step this winter.

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6-0 • 180 • Guard Sophomore • Norman Sophomore letterman scheduled to sit out a redshirt year this season . . . Speedy youngster who gained valuable experience last year and has a bright future ahead . . . Also a member of the UCO football team as a reserve defensive back. 2012-13: Appeared in 19 games, averaging 0.9 points and 0.5 rebounds a contest . . . Best performance was nine-point outing at Pittsburg State, hitting 3-of-6 shots with a pair of 3-pointers in that game . . . Played season-high18 minutes at Southwest Baptist, dishing out three assists and scoring three points.

2011-12: Sat out a redshirt year. High School: Averaged 23.5 points, 5.9 rebounds, 4.3 assists and 4.3 steals a game as a senior at Woodward High School to earn All-State accolades . . . Finished career with school-record 1,713 points, leading the Boomers to 61 wins and two Class 4A state tournament appearances . . . Also lettered in baseball. Personal:  Undecided on a major . . . Enjoys playing video games in his spare time . . . UCO Career Highs Names the Oklahoma Points: 18 vs. Southwest Baptist, 12/8/12. City Thunder as his Rebounds: 6 vs. Lindenwood, 1/12/13. favorite professional Assists: 6 vs. Southwestern Christian, 11/15/12. team . . . Birthdate is Steals: 8 vs. Southwestern Christian, 11/15/12. Feb. 23, 1993. Blocks: 0.

High School: Multi-sport standout at Norman High School . . . All-Stater on the court as a senior after netting 15 points and five assists a game in guiding the Tigers to the state tournament . . . All-Conference, All-District and Class 6A All-Star pick in football . UCO Career Highs Points: 9 vs. Pittsburg State, 12/6/12. . . Also lettered in track. Rebounds: 1, 10 times. Assists: 3 vs. Southwest Baptist, 12/8/12. Steals: 2 vs. Drury, 11/23/12. Blocks: 0.

Total 3-Point Season G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. RB-Avg. Pts-Avg. ‘12-13 27-6 56-127 .441 37-93 .398 20-29 .690 52-1.9 169-6.3

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Personal: Undecided on a major . . . Birthdate is Nov. 4, 1993.

Total 3-Point Season G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. RB-Avg. Pts-Avg. ‘12-13 19-0 6-23 .261 4-14 .286 1-3 .333 10-0.5 17-0.9

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6-5 • 205 • Guard/Forward RS Freshman • Edmond Local product looking to earn playing time after missing most of last season to injury . . . Had a sensational prep career and is a talented youngster who will only get better with experience.

Trai Jordan

6-6 • 225 • Forward Junior • Oklahoma City

2012-13: Played in the first six games, averaging 1.7 points and 1.7 rebounds a game before suffering season-ending injury and ended up redshirting . . . Shot 75.0 percent (3-of-4) from 3-point range, making both treys in six-point outing at Southwest Baptist.

Junior college transfer who will be sidelined the first month of the season by injury . . . Should vie for major minutes when he returns as a rugged inside force . . . Tough defender in the paint and also a quality rebounder. Juco: Played two years at Murray State, netting 11 points and seven rebounds a game for the Aggies as a sophomore last year.

High School: Four-year standout at Deer Creek High School, earning All-Suburban Conference honors twice and finishing his career as the school’s second all-time leading scorer with 1,521 points . . . Averaged 15 points and eight rebounds a game as a senior to earn Oklahoman Big All-City and All-State recognition . . . Also lettered in golf for the Antlers.

High School: Prep star at Southeast High School in Oklahoma City, leading the Spartans to the Class 5A state championship as a senior . . . Averaged 15 points, 13 rebounds, five assists and three blocked shots a game in his final season.

Personal: Undecided on a major but looking to become a lawyer . . . Enjoys golfing as his main hobby . . . Lists “Coach Carter” as his top sports movie . . . Birthdate is Jan. 9, 1994.

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2010-11: Played in 33 games with 29 starts and helped guide UCO to a 30-4 record, the Lone Star Conference North Division and LSC Tournament titles and a South Central Regional runner-up finish . . . Didn’t put up fancy numbers, but was recognized for his defensive work by earning LSC North Division Defensive Player of the Year laurels . . . Averaged 3.5 points, 3.1 assists, 1.3 rebounds and 1.2 steals a game . . . Only scored in double figures once, collecting 10 points in earlyseason rout of Mid-America Christian . . . Dished out five-plus assists eight times, capped by 10-assist outing at Eastern New Mexico while adding three steals . . . Finished with 101 assists and just 63 turnovers.

Garrett Kilborn

6-4 • 200 • Forward Freshman • Edmond Freshman forward looking to battle for playing time, but also a redshirt candidate . . . Local product and hard-working rookie who will only improve with experience.

SFAU/Juco: Played as a freshman in 2008-09 at Stephen F. Austin when the Lumberjacks qualified for the Division I national tournament, averaging 1.5 assists and 1.3 points a game . . . Spent the next year at Seminole and netted 6.2 points, 3.6 assists and 2.2 steals a contest.

High School: Basketball-football standout at Oklahoma Christian School in Edmond . . . All-Conference pick in both sports while also earning Oklahoman Little All-City honors in hoops and honorable mention All-State accolades on the gridiron . . . Averaged 14 points and nine rebounds a game as a senior. Personal: Undecided on a major . . . Enjoys playing video games in his spare time . . . Names the Oklahoma City Thunder as his favorite professional team . . . Birthdate is March 23, 1995.

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High School: Prep standout at Midwest City High School, leading the Bombers to the Class 6A state title as a junior.

D.J. Mahone

Personal: Kinesiology . . Names the Los Angeles Lakers as his top team . . . Lists “Love and Basketball” as his favorite sports movie . . . Birthdate is Dec. 21, 1989.

6-4 • 230 • Guard RS Freshman • Tulsa Redshirt freshman expected to miss the season with injury . . . Physical guard who made tremendous progress last year and had a chance to really help the Bronchos this season until suffering torn ACL in August.

UCO Career Highs Points: 10 vs. Mid-America Christian, 11/19/10. Rebounds: 3, five times. Assists: 10 vs. Eastern New Mexico, 12/20/10. Steals: 3, five times. Blocks: 0.

Total 3-Point Season G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. RB-Avg. Pts-Avg. ‘10-11 33-29 35-97 .361 9-36 .250 38-82 .463 42-1.3 117-3.5

High School: All-District and honorable mention All-Stater at Tulsa Edison High School as a senior after netting 14 points and eight rebounds a contest . . . Also lettered in football.

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Personal: Criminal justice major looking to become a homicide detective . . . Lists the Miami Heat as his top sports team . . . Names “Coach Carter” as his favorite sports movie . . . Birthdate is Oct. 19, 1993.

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6-2 • 200 • Guard Junior • El Reno

Jarrod McDaniel

Junior college transfer slated to fill a key role at guard this season . . . Athletic newcomer and a smart player who knows how to play the game . . . Should see plenty of playing time and is ready to be a main contributor.

5-9 • 170 • Guard Senior • Midwest City

Juco: Played two years at Connors State, averaging 9.1 points, 4.0 rebounds and 3.3 assists a game last season in helping the Cowboys go 24-9 in reaching the national tournament.

Cat-quick senior expected to take over the main point guard duties in his return to the Bronchos . . . Started on UCO’s 2010-11 team that went 30-4 and advanced to the Sweet 16 before sitting out the past two seasons . . . Hasn’t shown any signs of rust and is an excellent floor leader who can really run the floor . . . Should flourish in directing the offensive attack and is also a tenacious defender . . . Spent freshman year at Division I Stephen F. Austin before playing sophomore season at Seminole State College.

High School: Made the Oklahoman Super Five Team as a senior at El Reno High School after averaging 22.7 points and 8.0 rebounds a game . . . Also earned All-District and All-State honors in addition to being named Class 5A Player of the Year for state runner-up team. Personal: Business major looking to become a fire fighter . . . Member of Dean’s Honor Roll at Connors . . . Birthdate is Feb. 6, 1993. 11


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High School: Three-sport standout at Mustang High School . . . Jim Thorpe All-Star pick in football, All-Conference selection in basketball and an All-Stater in soccer for the Broncos.

Jacob Richardson

6-0 • 180 •Guard Freshman • Porter

UCO Career Highs Points: 4 vs. Fort Hays State, 1/30/13. Rebounds: 2, three times. Assists: 2 vs. Emporia State, 1/27/13. Steals: 1, three times. Blocks: 1 vs. Fort Hays State, 1/30/13.

Highly-regarded rookie expected to step in and push for immediate playing time this winter . . . Prolific scorer who can fill the net in a variety of ways, but also a hard-nosed defender . . . Versatile athlete capable of earning major minutes in 2013-14.

Total 3-Point Season G-GS FG-FGA Pct. FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. RB-Avg. Pts-Avg. ‘12-13 21-0 6-11 .545 1-3 .333 3-7 .429 12-0.6 16-0.8

High School: Was the second-leading scorer in the state as a senior after averaging 32.2 points a game at Porter High School while adding 7.5 rebounds, 3.5 steals and 3.5 assists . . . Oklahoma Coaches Association and Tulsa World All-State selection last season and also a three-time All-Area MVP pick.

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Personal: Computer science major . . . Brother (Pete) played football at Texas Tech . . . Names the Miami Heat as his top professional team . . . Lists Cold Play among his top musical groups . . . Favorite sports movie is “Coach Carter” . . . Birthdate is Oct. 30, 1994.

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Personal: Computer science major . . . Class valedictorian at MHS . . . Names the Oklahoma City Thunder as his favorite team . . . Lists “Glory Road” as his top sports movie . . . Birthdate is July 17, 1993.

Garen Wright

6-4 •210 • Guard Freshman • Oklahoma City Multi-talented freshman guard slated to miss the season because of injury . . . Returned to the court this year after a lengthy stint in professional baseball and was set to contend for playing time . . . Was drafted by the Houston Astros in 2009 and spent four years playing outfield in the minor leagues for that organization.

Jacob Strassle

6-3 • 225 • Guard Sophomore • Mustang

High School: Baseball-basketball star at Putnam City High School, earning All-State honors in both as a senior . . . Three-year starter in basketball, averaging 18 points, seven rebounds and five assists a game his final season . . . Four-year starter in baseball and hit .407 with 22 stolen bases his senior season before being picked by the Astros in the 29th round of the Major League Baseball draft.

Returning letterman ready to contend for a spot in the rotation . . . Gained valuable experience last year and should benefit from that this season . . . Tough youngster who plays with great hustle and enthusiasm . . . Will only continue to improve with additional playing time and is eager to contribute.

Personal: Kinesiology major . . . Enjoys writing as a hobby and can play five musical instruments . . . Father (Gary) played baseball at Houston and mother (Renea) basketball at Southern Nazarene . . . Names “42” as his favorite sports movie . . . Lists Boyz II Men as his top musical group . . . Birthdate is Dec. 25, 1990.

2012-13: Averaged 0.8 points and 0.6 rebounds a contest while playing in 21 games . . . Scored season-high four points with lone 3-pointer of the season at Fort Hays State . . . Had a pair of assists in road win over Nebraska-Kearney . . . Hit 6-of-11 shots (54.5 percent) for the season. 2011-12: Sat out a redshirt year.

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2013-14 UCO Basketball 2012-13 Season Review A late surge enable Central Oklahoma to push its string of winning seasons to nine in a row as the Bronchos finished 15-14 in their first year in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association. UCO struggled to a 1-6 start and was 3-8 with a four-game home losing streak in early January before going 12-6 the rest of the way. The Bronchos won six of their last eight regular season games to finish sixth in the MIAA standings and then won two games in the MIAA Post-season Tournament to make the semifinals before being eliminated. Here’s a game-by-game look at UCO’s 2012-13 season: Two Josh Davis foul shots had tied it at 78-all with nine seconds remaining, but the Bronchos were whistled for a foul at 0:00.3 as Talley drove to the basket. He made both charity tosses to break the final deadlock. Josh Gibbs scored a game-high 24 points to lead UCO while adding eight rebounds. Davis finished with 17 points and Spencer Smith 15.

UCO 88, Southwestern Christian 70

EDMOND (Nov. 15) -- Seth Heckart made a bundle of big plays and was

all over the court to spark Central Oklahoma to a season-opening 88-70 rout of Southwestern Christian at Hamilton Field House. The redshirt freshman guard was impressive in his collegiate debut with 14 points, seven steals, six assists and five rebounds. Heckart was at his best when the game was on the line, igniting a 10-0 secondhalf run that enabled the Bronchos to break a 54-all tie and take control en route to winning their seventh straight season opener. Josh Gibbs finished with a team-high 18 points while hitting 4-of-6 shots from beyond the arc.

Pittsburg State 81, UCO 70

PITTSBURG, Kan. (Dec. 6) -- A first-half dry spell put Central Oklahoma in a big hole and the Bronchos never quite recovered in falling to Pittsburg State 81-70 in their first-ever Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association game. UCO missed seven straight shots during one stretch and made just 8-of-27 field goal tries (29.6 percent) in the opening 20 minutes to trail 45-22 at the break. The Bronchos battled back within eight in the second half before PSU closed it out to hand UCO its sixth straight loss. Spencer Smith and James Watson had 10 points apiece to lead UCO.

Oklahoma City 68, UCO 66

EDMOND (Nov. 17) -- Poor shooting -- particularly from long distance and the free throw line -- proved costly for Central Oklahoma as the Bronchos dropped a frustrating 68-66 home decision to Oklahoma City. UCO made only 6-of-25 tries (24.0 percent) from 3-point range, shooting a mere 7.1 percent (1-of-14) in the opening 20 minutes. The Bronchos weren’t much better from the charity stripe, making 10-of-21 (47.6 percent) for the game and nailing just 4-of-13 (30.8 percent) in the second half. Seth Heckart led the Bronchos, hitting 5-of-8 shots with three treys in a 15-point outing. Josh Gibbs added 13 points, six assists and six rebounds, while June Carter had 13 points and three blocked shots.

UCO 88, Southwest Baptist 82

BOLIVAR, Mo. (Dec. 8) -- Seth Heckart scored five straight points to break a late tie and Josh Gibbs hit four clutch free throws in the final 27 seconds to lead Central Oklahoma to an 88-82 Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association victory over Southwest Baptist. The Bronchos overcame a horrid free throw shooting performance and rallied from a nine-point deficit in the final 11 minutes to end a frustrating six-game losing streak and earn their first-ever MIAA win. Heckart put UCO ahead for good with a 3-pointer at the 2:57 mark that broke a 73-all tie and the redshirt freshman guard followed with two free throws 13 seconds later. to keep the Bronchos safely in front. Heckart led the way with 18 points, making 4-of-6 3-pointers. Gibbs finished with 15 points, while Spencer Smith had 13 points and eight rebounds, Carter 13 points and Cal Andrews 12.

Mid-America Christian 87, UCO 84

EDMOND (Nov. 20) -- A frantic late-game comeback fell short at Hamilton Field House when Central Oklahoma missed their final four shots in dropping a stunning 87-84 decision to Mid-America Christian. Spencer Smith scored 15 of his career-high 22 points in the final eight minutes of the game to rally the Bronchos from a 15-point deficit, capped by a layup at the 2:01 mark that gave UCO an 84-81 lead. But the Bronchos didn’t score again, missing three shots inside 15 feet and a desperation 3-pointer at the buzzer while the Evangels scored the final six points of the game on four free throws and a layup. Smith was 8-of-12 from the field with a pair of 3-pointers and 4-of-5 from the line in his 22-point outing to lead UCO.

UCO 86, Central Washington 84

LAS VEGAS (Dec. 18) -- Central Oklahoma picked up its second straight win, edging Central Washington 86-84 on the first day of the South Point Holiday Hoops Classic. The Bronchos shot a season-best 53.8 percent (28-of-52) from the field in the contest, including 43.8 percent (7-of-16) from 3-point range. Jamell Cormier led UCO with a game-high 17 points and was clutch from the foul line, making 11-of-12 free throws. Josh Gibbs hit 5-of-8 shots in adding 14 points off the bench, while June Carter had 13 points.

Drury 87, UCO 57

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (Nov. 23) -- Another poor shooting outing led to a third straight loss for Central Oklahoma on the first day of the Drury Classic. The Bronchos stayed close until the final 10 minutes when the Panthers ended the game with a 35-10 run to pull away to an 87-57 victory. UCO hit just 20-of-55 shots (36.4 percent) – including 3-of-16 (18.8 percent) from 3-point range -- and 14-of-25 free throws (56.0 percent). Josh Davis led UCO with 15 points and Josh Gibbs added 10 as the only two players in double figures.

Western Washington 103, UCO 74

LAS VEGAS (Dec. 19) – Central Oklahoma stayed with defending national champion Western Washington most of the first half before the No. 5-ranked Vikings used a late run to seize command en route to a 103-74 victory on the final day of the South Point Holiday Hoops Classic. The Bronchos trailed just 34-30 with 6:54 left in the opening half, but the unbeaten Vikings (9-0) went on a 21-7 spurt the rest of the way to open up an 18-point (55-37) advantage by intermission and take control. Josh Gibbs paced UCO, scoring 20 points while adding seven rebounds.

Missouri-St. Louis 90, UCO 76

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (Nov. 24) – Central Oklahoma couldn’t stay up with red-hot Missour-St. Louis and the Bronchos lost their fourth straight game with a 90-76 setback on the second day of the Drury Classic. UCO fell behind early and never recovered against the Tritons. Jamell Cormier scored 24 points to lead UCO, while Spencer Smith added 20.

Missouri Western 78, UCO 77

EDMOND (Jan. 3) – It was a tale of two halves for Central Oklahoma and the end result was another disappointing home loss. The Bronchos nailed nine 3-pointers in opening up a 44-30 halftime lead over Missouri Western before making just 2-of-11 long-range attempts in the final 20 minutes as the Griffons rallied for a stunning 78-77 MIAA victory. MWSU got the game-winning basket with just eight seconds left and UCO turned the ball over on its final possession in dropping its fourth straight home game by three points or less. Josh Gibbs made four first-half 3-pointers and led UCO with 20 points, while Spencer Smith and Jamelle Cormier had 13 points each.

Oklahoma Christian 80, UCO 78

EDMOND (Nov. 27) – Another home game that went down to the wire went against Central Oklahoma at Hamilton Field House. The Bronchos dropped a heartbreaking 80-78 decision to near-by rival Oklahoma Christian when the Eagles’ Kendre Talley made two free throws with less than a second left to play.

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UCO 72, Washburn 67

EDMOND (Jan. 5) – Central Oklahoma built a 20-point halftime lead and hung on down the stretch to knock off No. 8-ranked Washburn 72-67 Saturday afternoon at Hamilton Field House. The Bronchos never trailed and roared out to a huge 42-22 halftime cushion, but the defending MIAA champion Ichabods rallied to within three in the final minutes before UCO closed out the stunning upset. The win ended a frustrating four-game home losing streak and improved the Bronchos to 4-8 overall and 2-2 in the league. The Bronchos shot a sizzling 61.5 percent (16-of-26) in the first 20 minutes to seize their commanding lead. Josh Gibbs led the way with 16 points, 10 rebounds and five assists. Spencer Smith added 15 points and seven rebounds, while June Carter had 13 points, five boards and two blocked shots.

Fort Hays State 78, UCO 71

HAYS, Kan. (Jan. 30) – Two final-minute turnovers helped curtail a late rally and Central Oklahoma dropped a 78-71 Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association decision to Fort Hays State. The Bronchos trailed 71-69 on Josh Gibbs’ 3-pointer from the top of the key with 1:12 left to play, but UCO threw the ball away on its next two possessions and the Tigers made 7-of-8 free throws over the final 42.3 seconds to secure the win. The loss ended UCO’s four-game road conference winning streak, dropping the Bronchos to 7-11 on the year and 5-5 in the MIAA. Spencer Smith sparked UCO with a game-high 24-point outing while adding eight rebounds. Jamell Cormier had 14 points and Gibbs finished with 13.

UCO 85, Truman State 80

KIRKSVILLE, Mo. (Jan. 10) – Josh Gibbs scored a season-high 27 points and Central Oklahoma rode its outside marksmanship to an 85-80 MIAA victory over Truman State. The Bronchos shot an amazing 72.2 percent from long range, hitting 13-of-18 shots beyond the arc, but the outcome wasn’t decided until the final seconds. Jamell Cormier hit two pressure-packed free throws with four seconds left and the Bronchos clinging to an 81-80 lead, with a quick turnover and a Seth Heckart layup at 0:02 clinching the victory. Gibbs was 9-of-15 from the field in his 27-point outing while adding a teamhigh seven rebounds. Cal Andrews drained 5-of-6 long-range attempts in a 15-point outing and Heckart had 13 points.

UCO 85, Nebraska-Kearney 75

KEARNEY, Neb. (Feb. 1) – Josh Gibbs and Cal Andrews combined for 43 points to spark Central Oklahoma to an 85-75 Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association victory over Nebraska-Kearney. Gibbs finished with a game-high 23 points and Andrews added a season-best 20 as the Bronchos won for the fifth time in their last six league road games, improving to 8-11 on the season and 6-5 in the MIAA. Gibbs was 10-of-19 from the field in his 23-point outing in addition to pulling down eight rebounds and handing out four assists. Andrews made 5-of-7 long-range shots in his 20-point performance. UCO also got 12 points and 10 rebounds from Spencer Smith along with 11 points, five assists and four rebounds from Christian Huffman.

UCO 78, Lindenwood 75

ST. CHARLES, Mo. (Jan. 12) – Cal Andrews hit a 3-pointer with 37 seconds left to give Central Oklahoma the lead and the Bronchos hung on to clip Lindenwood 78-75. It was the third straight MIAA victory for UCO, which improved to 6-8 on the year and 4-2 in league play. Andrews’ late trey put the Bronchos on top 76-74, with the Lions making one of two free throws at 0:25 before Seth Heckart drained two foul shots with 21 seconds left to make it a three-point margin at 78-75. LU missed two 3-point shots in the final 10 seconds as UCO held on. Josh Gibbs led the Bronchos with 22 points and 11 rebounds, while Heckart added 17 points, Spencer Smith 11 and Andrews nine.

UCO 69, Central Missouri 67

EDMOND (Feb. 7) – Jamell Cormier made two pressure-packed free throws with 3.9 seconds remaining to lift Central Oklahoma to a thrilling 69-67 upset of Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association leader Central Missouri at Hamilton Field House. Cormier calmly swished both charity tosses after being fouled driving to the basket and UCO’s biggest win of the season was secure when Widgett Washington’s desperation 40-foot heave was off the mark at the buzzer. It was a much-needed home victory for the Bronchos, who improved to 9-11 on the season and 7-5 in the league. Josh Gibbs led four players in double figures, finishing with 21 points to go along with eight rebounds and five assists. Cormier, Christian Huffman and Cal Andrews had 14 points apiece, with Andrews adding a game-high 10 rebounds.

Northeastern State 80, UCO 71

EDMOND (Jan. 16) -- Northeastern State outscored Central Oklahoma 31-17 from the free throw line and made eight straight foul shots down the stretch to topple the Bronchos 80-71. The RiverHawks were deadly from the charity stripe all night, finishing 31of-36 (86.1 percent) and making their final 16 of the game. The last eight of those came in the final 29 seconds after UCO had trimmed a 10-point deficit to three (72-69) and enabled NSU to pull away. The loss ended a three-game MIAA winning streak by the Bronchos. Josh Gibbs once again led UCO, finishing with 18 points. Spencer Smith added 12 points and Christian Huffman had 11 off the bench.

UCO 89, Lincoln 80

EDMOND (Feb. 9) – Josh Gibbs and Spencer Smith each had a doubledouble to spark Central Oklahoma to an 89-80 MIAA triumph over Lincoln at Hamilton Field House. Gibbs scored 25 points and pulled down 10 rebounds while Smith had 20 points to go with a game- and career-high 13 boards as the Bronchos won their third straight league game in improving to 10-11 on the season and 8-5 in the MIAA. UCO outscored the Blue Tigers 17-3 the final 5:25 of the first half to turn a seven-point deficit into a seven-point lead and never trailed the rest of the way. Gibbs was 9-of-16 from the field and 7-of-10 from the line in his 25-point outing. Smith hit 7-of-12 shots with three 3-pointers and all three foul shots. Cal Andrews hit four 3-pointers in adding 14 points, while Jamell Cormier finished with 12 points, six rebounds and three assists.

Northwest Missouri 71, UCO 57

EDMOND (Jan. 19) -- Another poor shooting outing led to a second straight home loss as Central Oklahoma fell to MIAA rival Northwest Missouri 71-57. The Bronchos made19-of-51 field goal tries, a 37.3-percent success rate that included 6-of-23 (26.1 percent) shooting from 3-point range. UCO wasn’t much better from the foul line, making just 13-of-25 (52.0 percent) of their free throws. Josh Gibbs led the Bronchos with 20 points and seven rebounds. June Carter contributed 12 points and Christian Huffman 11.

UCO 83, Emporia State 69

EDMOND (Feb. 13) -- Cal Andrews drained a buzzer-beating 3-pointer to give Central Oklahoma the halftime lead and the Bronchos continued their long-distance assault in the second half to run away from Emporia State 83-69. It was the fourth straight MIAA win for UCO, which evened its overall record at 11-11 while improving to 9-5 in the league. Andrews’ trey from the corner started an impressive outside shooting display that saw the Bronchos make nine of their next 12 attempts from beyond the arc in blowing the game open.

UCO 77, Emporia State 71

EMPORIA, Kan. (Jan. 27) – Josh Gibbs and Spencer Smith scored four points apiece in a late-game rally that put Central Oklahoma in front and the Bronchos squeezed past Emporia State 77-71. UCO trailed 61-57 with 7:21 left to play before Gibbs and Smith made back-to-back layups to tie it by the 6:19 mark. Smith hit two free throws after rebounding an ESU miss at 5:26 to give the Bronchos the lead for good, with Gibbs doing the same 30 seconds later to make it 65-61.

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2013-14 UCO Basketball 2012-13 Season Review Josh Gibbs scored 15 of his game-high 21 points in the second half when he made 4-of-6 3-point tries, while Christian Huffman made his first five shots of the game en route to a season-high 16-point outing. Andrews finished with 15 points, Spencer Smith added 14 points and a eight rebounds and Jamell Cormier contributed 13 points and six assists.

UCO ended the regular season 13-13 overall and 11-7 in the MIAA. Josh Gibbs scored a team-high 17 points for the Bronchos while adding eight rebounds. Smith tied a single-game school record for free throw accuracy (10+ attempts) by making all 12 foul shots in his 16-point outing.

UCO 92, Pittsburg State 76

EDMOND (March 4) – Seth Heckart spearheaded a remarkable 3-point shooting display that carried Central Oklahoma to a 103-89 thrashing of Southwest Baptist in the first round of the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association Post-season Tournament at Hamilton Field House. The Bronchos shot 65.4 percent from long range, connecting on an amazing 17-of-26 shots from beyond the arc. Heckart led the way, hitting 5-of-6 longrange attempts as one of six players who made at least one 3-pointer. UCO improved to 14-13 with its highest-scoring game since midway through the 2010-11 season and advanced to the quarterfinals. Five players finished in double figures, with Josh Gibbs and Spencer Smith scoring 18 apiece to lead the way. Heckart had 17 points, while Jamell Cormier added 14 and Christian Huffman 12.

UCO 103, Southwest Baptist 89

EDMOND (Feb. 23) – Christian Huffman scored eight points in a devastating 23-3 first-half run that put Central Oklahoma in control and the streaking Bronchos went on to topple Pittsburg State 92-76 at Hamilton Field House. UCO used that big scoring spurt to turn a 7-5 deficit early in the contest into a 28-10 lead en route to a big 46-26 halftime cushion and then turned back a couple of Gorilla uprisings in the second half to win its fifth straight game. The Bronchos improved to 12-11 on the year and 10-5 in the league. Josh Gibbs led the way with 23 points, eight rebounds and four assists. Huffman finished with 17 points, while Spencer Smith added 13.

Missouri Southern 85, UCO 77

JOPLIN, Mo. (Feb. 25) – Central Oklahoma suffered a big blow to its MIAA title hopes with an 85-77 setback to Missouri Southern 85-77. The loss ended a five-game winning streak and dropped the Bronchos to 12-12 overall and 10-6 in the league with two games remaining. UCO shot just 37.9 percent (22-of-58) from the field, including only 29.6 percent (8-of-27) from 3-point range. Jamell Cormier led UCO with 19 points. Josh Gibbs added 12 points, while Christian Huffman and June Carter had 11 each and Spencer Smith 10.

UCO 99, Washburn 88

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (March 7) – Spencer Smith scored a career-high 27 points and Central Oklahoma led nearly the entire way in knocking off Washburn 99-88 in the quarterfinals of the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association Post-season Tournament. The sixth-seeded Bronchos jumped out to an early lead and trailed only briefly in beating the No. 3-seeded Ichabods for the second time this season to advance to Saturday afternoon’s semifinals against Central Missouri. Smith hit 8-of-13 shots from the field with four 3-pointers and was 7-of-8 from the line in his career-best 27-point outing while adding 10 rebounds for his fourth double-double of the season. The Bronchos also got 20 points, five rebounds and five assists from Jamell Cormier, with Josh Gibbs adding 19 points and six rebounds and June Carter 12 points on 5-of-6 shooting off the bench. It was the eight win in the last 10 games for UCO, which improved to 15-13.

Northeastern State 83, UCO 71 (OT)

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. (Feb. 27) – Free throw shooting throughout the game and a cold spell in overtime proved costly to Central Oklahoma in an 83-71 loss to Northeastern State. The Bronchos made just 12-of-24 foul shots in the contest and went 1-of-8 from the field in the extra session to drop their second straight MIAA road game. The Bronchos had a 68-66 lead and the ball with less than a minute left, but gave the ball back on a turnover and the RiverHawks tied it with 13 seconds left. Jamell Cormier’s potential game-winning jumper was off the mark with one second left to send the game to overtime and it was all NSU in the extra period Spencer Smith led the Bronchos with 21 points and eight rebounds. Cormier ended with 19 points, six assists and four steals and Gibbs chipped in 18 points.

Central Missouri 92, UCO 73

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (March 9) – Central Oklahoma dug itself a massive first-half hole and could never recover in falling to Central Missouri 92-73 in the semifinals of the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association Postseason Tournament. The sixth-seeded Bronchos trailed by 21 points late in the first half, but staged a big rally to pull within four early in the second half and staying close until the second-seeded Mules pulled away late in the final stages. UCO’s season ended at 15-14. Christian Huffman led the Bronchos, hitting 6-of-9 shots with a pair of 3-pointers in scoring 18 points. Josh Gibbs added 15 points, Jamell Cormier 14 and Spencer Smith 13.

UCO 76, Missouri Southern 65

EDMOND (March 2) – A trio of seniors playing their final regular season home game used free throw accuracy to combine for 43 points and lead Central Oklahoma to a 76-65 triumph over Missouri Southern at Hamilton Field House. Spencer Smith had 16 points, Jamell Cormier 15 and June Carter 12 while going a combined 25-of-28 from the charity stripe as the Bronchos overcame an eight-point first-half deficit to avenge an 85-77 road loss to the Lions.

2012-13 Individual Statistics Player Josh Gibbs Spencer Smith Jamell Cormier June Carter Christian Huffman Cal Andrews Seth Heckart James Watson Josh Davis Nic Combs Garrett Hermanski Rico Hogan Jacob Strassle Gabe Houston UCO Totals Opponents

Total 3-Point GP-GS FG-FGA Pct. FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. PF-FO A TO BK ST Pts.-Avg. 29-27 175-370 .473 53-142 .373 104-160 .650 177-6.1 71-2 74 73 1 27 507-17.5 29-28 124-264 .470 46-126 .365 108-136 .794 180-6.2 81-3 24 51 3 16 402-13.9 29-29 90-203 .443 27-72 .375 125-170 .735 101-3.5 65-2 95 69 2 41 332-11.4 22-12 71-154 .46 11-37 .297 25-44 .568 105-4.8 70-4 16 32 25 7 178-8.1 29-17 85-162 .525 10-31 .323 45-86 .523 66-2.3 57-2 55 58 10 25 225-7.8 26-14 64-151 .424 53-131 .405 14-22 .636 50-1.9 69-1 19 10 14 12 195-7.5 27-6 56-127 .441 37-93 .398 20-29 .690 52-1.9 41-0 48 22 0 31 169-6.3 6-1 12-25 .480 0-1 .000 6-14 .429 30-5.0 9-0 5 12 5 1 30-5.0 28-11 48-145 .331 9-33 .273 35-61 .574 98-3.5 82-2 21 41 5 4 140-5.0 23-0 11-35 .314 3-12 .250 24-26 .923 28-1.2 16-0 33 15 1 7 49-2.1 5-0 3-6 .500 3-4 .750 1-3 .333 10-1.7 7-0 2 2 0 1 10-1.7 19-0 6-23 .261 4-14 .286 1-3 .333 10-0.5 4-0 6 7 0 3 17-0.9 21-0 6-11 .545 1-3 .333 3-7 .429 12-0.6 11-0 4 4 1 3 16-0.8 3-0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 1-0.3 2-0 1 1 0 0 2-0.7 29 751-1,677 .448 257-699 .368 513-763 .672 1,018-35.1 587-16 403 401 67 178 2,272-78.3 29 740-1,659 .446 268-704 .381 553-745 .742 1,030-35.5 620-15 442 415 86 192 2,301-79.3

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2013-14 UCO Basketball 2012-13 Season Results Date Nov. 15 Nov. 17 Nov. 20 Nov. 23 Nov. 24 Nov. 27 Dec. 6 Dec. 8 Dec. 18 Dec. 19 Jan. 3 Jan. 5 Jan. 10 Jan. 12 Jan. 16 Jan. 19 Jan. 27 Jan. 30 Feb. 1 Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 13 Feb. 23 Feb. 25 Feb. 27 March 2 March 4 March 7 March 9

Opponent Southwestern Christian Oklahoma City Mid-America Christian at Drury! Missouri-St. Louis! Oklahoma Christian at Pittsburg State* at Southwest Baptist* Central Washington@ Western Washington@ Missouri Western* Washburn* at Truman State* at Lindenwood* Northeastern State* Northwest Missouri* at Emporia State* at Fort Hays State* at Nebraska-Kearney* Central Missouri* Lincoln* Emporia State* Pittsburg State* at Missouri Southern* at Northeastern State* Missouri Southern* Southwest Baptist# Washburn$ Central Missouri$

Won/Lost Won Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Won Won Lost Lost Won Won Won Lost Lost Won Lost Won Won Won Won Won Lost Lost Won Won Won Lost

Score 88-70 68-66 87-84 87-57 90-76 80-78 81-70 88-82 86-84 103-74 78-77 72-67 85-80 78-75 80-71 71-57 77-71 78-71 85-75 69-67 89-80 83-69 92-76 85-77 83-71 (OT) 76-65 103-89 99-88 92-73

Top Scorer Gibbs 18 Heckart 15 Smith 22 Davis 15 Cormier 25 Gibbs 24 Smith, Watson 10 Heckart 18 Cormier 17 Gibbs 20 Gibbs 20 Gibbs 16 Gibbs 27 Gibbs 22 Gibbs 18 Gibbs 20 Gibbs 25 Smith 24 Gibbs 23 Gibbs 21 Gibbs 25 Gibbs 21 Gibbs 23 Cormier 19 Smith 21 Gibbs 17 Smith, Gibbs 18 Smith 27 Huffman 18

Top Rebounder Davis 9 Smith 9 Carter 10 Gibbs 6 Davis 14 Gibbs 8 Carter 6 Smith 8 Watson 10 Gibbs 7 Carter 11 Gibbs 10 Smith 12 Gibbs 11 Carter 4 Gibbs 7 Gibbs 9 Smith 8 Smith 10 Andrews 10 Smith 13 Smith 8 Gibbs 8 Carter 7 Smith 8 Gibbs 8 Gibbs 6 Smith 10 Carter 6

Record 1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6, 0-1* 2-6, 1-1* 3-6 3-7 3-8, 1-2* 4-8, 2-2* 5-8, 3-2* 6-8, 4-2* 6-9, 4-3* 6-10, 4-4* 7-10, 5-4* 7-11, 5-5* 8-11, 6-5* 9-11, 7-5* 10-11, 8-5* 11-11, 9-5* 12-11, 10-5* 12-12, 10-6* 12-13, 10-7* 13-13, 11-7* 14-13 15-13 15-14

Bold - Home game !-Drury Classic in Springfield, Mo. *-Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association game/record @-South Point Holiday Hoops Classic in Las Vegas #-MIAA Post-season Tournament (first round) $-MIAA Post-season Tournament in Kansas City, Mo. (quarterfinals and semifinals)

2012-13 Trends UCO’s Record . . .

Overall: 15-14 When led at halftime: 11-4 When trailed or tied at halftime: 4-10 Shot 50 percent-plus from field: 6-1 Shot under 50 percent from field: 9-13 Shot 35 percent-plus from 3-point: 12-4 Shot under 35 percent from 3-point: 3-10 Shot 70 percent-plus from the line: 8-5 Shot under 70 percent from line: 7-9 Outrebounded opponent: 8-5 Outrebounded by opponent: 3-9 Tied rebounding with opponent: 4-0

By Days of the Week . . .

Monday: 1-1 Tuesday: 1-2 Wednesday: 1-4 Thursday: 4-2 Friday: 1-1 Saturday: 6-4 Sunday: 1-0

Fast or Slow . . .

UCO scored less than 70 points: 1-3 UCO scored 70-79 points: 4-10 UCO scored 80-89 points: 7-1 UCO scored 90-plus points: 3-0

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By Month . . .

November: 1-5 December: 2-2 January: 4-4 February: 5-2 March: 3-1

By Location . . .

Hamilton Field House: On the road: Neutral Site:

By Time of Day . . . Day Games: Night Games:

8-6 5-5 2-3

7-5 8-9


2013-14 UCO Basketball 2012-13 MIAA Standings Place Team 1. Central Missouri Fort Hays State 3. Lindenwood Washburn Northeastern State 6. Central Oklahoma Northwest Missouri 8. Pittsburg State 9. Emporia State 10. Missouri Southern Truman State Southwest Baptist 13. Missouri Western 14. Nebraska-Kearney 15. Lincoln

Conference Overall W-L Pct. W-L Pct. 13-5 .722 22-8 .733 13-5 .722 20-8 .714 12-6 .667 19-7 .731 12-6 .667 19-8 .704 12-6 .667 19-9 .679 11-7 .611 15-14 .517 11-7 .611 21-10 .677 10-8 .556 18-10 .643 8-10 .444 13-14 .481 7-11 .389 13-15 .464 7-11 .389 10-17 .370 7-11 .389 9-18 .333 6-12 .333 10-17 .370 4-14 .222 7-19 .269 2-16 .111 3-25 .107

MIAA Post-season Tournament First Round (Campus sites) Central Oklahoma 103, SW Baptist 89 Missouri Southern 68, Emporia State 66 Northwest Missouri 66, Missouri Western 46 Pittsburg State 70, Truman State 62

Quarterfinals (Kansas City, Mo.) Central Missouri 69, Pittsburg State 63 Central Oklahoma 99, Washburn 88 Fort Hays State 79, Missouri Southern 60 Northwest Missouri 69, Northeastern State 65

Semifinals (Kansas City, Mo.) Central Missouri 92, Central Oklahoma 73 Northwest Missouri 73, Fort Hays State 66 Finals (Kansas City, Mo.) Central Missouri 79, Northwest Missouri 76

2012-13 All-MIAA Teams First Team

Dwayne Brunson, Junior, Forward, Fort Hays State; Josh Gibbs, Junior, Forward, Central Oklahoma; Bryton Hobbs, Junior, Guard, Northeastern State; Dominique Long, Senior, Forward, Central Missouri; Will McNeill, Senior, Guard, Washburn

Second Team

Marquis Addison, Junior, Guard, Missouri Southern; Alex Bazzell, Senior, Guard, Lindenwood; Jermaine Bransford, Senior, Forward, Northeastern State; Craig Nicholson, Freshman, Guard, Fort Hays State; Cedric Ridle, Senior, Guard, Lincoln.

Third Team

Mike Carlson, Senior, Forward, Truman State; JaVont McGee, Senior, Center, Pittsburg State; Martin Mitchell, Senior, Guard, Washburn; Dillon Starzl, Junior, Forward, Northwest Missouri; Widgett Washington, Senior, Guard, Central Missouri.

Josh Gibbs

All-Defensive Team

Paul Bunch, Junior, Center, Emporia State; Bobby Chipman, Senior, Forward, Washburn; Will McNeill, Senior, Guard, Washburn; Marky Nolan, Senior, Guard, Pittsburg State; Matt Wallace, Sophomore, Guard, Northwest Missouri.

Honorable Mention

Paul Bunch, Junior, Center, Emporia State; Bobby Chipman, Senior, Forward, Washburn; Cedric Clinkscales, Junior, Forward, Missouri Western; Ben Conguista, Senior, Guard, Fort Hays State; Adarius Fulton, Junior, Guard, Missouri Western; Preston Guiot, Sophomore, Guard, Southwest Baptist; Charles Hammork, Junior, Guard, Central Missouri; DeAngelo Hailey, Senior, Guard, Northwest Missouri; Jon Henderson, Senior, Guard, Nebraska-Kearney; Damion Hooks, Junior, Forward, Southwest Baptist; Seth Jackson, Sophomore, Guard, Truman State; Tom Norton, Senior, Guard, Truman State; Kaleb Porter, Freshman, Guard, Pittsburg State; Rico Pierrevillus, Senior, Forward, Pittsburg State; Lance Russell, Senior, Guard, Fort Hays State; Chris Sights, Senior, Guard, Emporia State; Alex Sullivan, Senior, Guard, Northwest Missouri; Jordan Talbert, Junior, Forward, Missouri Southern; Kaleb Wright, Junior, Guard, Emporia State Player of the Year - Will McNeill, Washburn Coach of the Year - Mark Johnson, Fort Hays State 18


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Records/History


2013-14 UCO Basketball Central Oklahoma Records Individual Records

areer: 45.9%, Shawn Pughsley, 1997-98 (139-of-303). C Minimum 200 attempts.

Most Points Game: 52, Eddie Robinson vs. Southwestern Oklahoma, Feb. 6, 1999. Season: 865, Joe Newton, 1997-98. Career: 2,148, Wesley Clark, 1975-79.

Most Free Throws Made Game: 23, Alex Wright vs. Southeastern, Feb. 5, 1992 (attempted 25) and William Cotton vs. Pittsburg State, Dec. 17, 1963 (attempted 26). Season: 187, Joe Newton, 1997-98 (attempted 268). Career: 511, Sam Belt, 2004-08 (attempted 652).

Most Field Goals Made Game: 19, Eddie Robinson vs. Southwestern Oklahoma, Feb. 6, 1999 (attempted 27). Wesley Clark Season: 305, Eddie Robinson, 1998-99 (attempted 550). Career: 887, Wesley Clark, 1975-79 (attempted 1,431).

Most Free Throws Attempted Game: 26, Tyshon Fisher vs. Midwestern State, Feb. 10, 1996 (made 19) and William Cotton vs. Pittsburg State, Dec. 17, 1963 (made 23). Season: 268, Joe Newton, 1997-98 (made 187). Career: 652, Sam Belt, 2004-08 (made 511).

Most Field Goals Attempted Game: 34, Marlon Dawson vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, Feb. 17, 2001 (made 13). Season: 642, Joe Newton, 1997-98 (made 298). Career: 1,431, Wesley Clark, 1975-79 (Made 887).

Best Free Throw Percentage Game: 100%, six players. Most recent Spencer Smith vs. Missouri Southern, March 2, 2013 (12-of-12). Minimum 10 attempts. Season: 90.1%, Troy Denwalt, 1974-75 (109of-121). Minimum 100 attempts. Career: 83.3%, Alex Wright, 1991-93 (310of-372). Minimum 300 attempts.

Best Field Goal Percentage Game: 100%, DeWayne Rogers vs. Eastern New Mexico, Feb. 3, 1996 (11-of11); James Morris vs. Eastern New Mexico, Feb. 15, 1992 (10-of-10) and Morris vs. Wayne State, Dec. 1, 1990 (13-of-13). Minimum 10 attempts. James Morris Season: 68.9%, James Morris, 1991-92 (195of-283). Minimum 150 attempts. Career: 66.7%, James Morris, 1990-93 (532-of-798). Minimum 500 attempts.

Alex Wright

Most Rebounds Game: 25, Tony Bolar vs. Eastern New Mexico, Jan. 12, 1974. Season: 362, Wesley Clark, 1975-76. Career: 1,169, Wesley Clark, 1975-79.

Most 3-Point Field Goals Made Game: 11, Marlon Dawson vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, Feb. 17, 2001 (attempted 28) and Shawn Williams vs. Nebraska-Kearney, Dec. 10, 1990 (attempted 21). Season: 139, Shawn Pughsley, 1997-98 (attempted 303). Career: 263, Sam Belt, 2004-08 (attempted 698). Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted Game: 28, Marlon Dawson vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, Feb. 17, 2001 (made 11). Season: 318, Shawn Williams, 1990-91 (made 129). Career: 698, Sam Belt, 2004-08 (made 263).

Joe Newton

Most Assists Game: 17, Zoderick Green vs. Tarleton State, Feb. 25, 1995. Season: 233, Reggie Evans, 1991-92 Career: 539, David Factor, 1995-99. Most Steals David Factor Game: 8, four players. Most recent - David Thomas vs. Abilene Christian, Dec. 1, 2007. Season: 110, Joe Newton, 1997-98. Career: 208, David Factor, 1995-99.

Sam Belt

Most Blocked Shots Game: 8, Johnny Tyson vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, Jan. 29, 1994 and Fred Tyler vs. Bridgeport, March 26, 1992. Season: 126, Johnny Tyson, 1993-94. Career: 147, Jason Pritchett, 2000-03.

Best 3-Point Field Goal Percentage Game: 100%, David Thomas vs. Midwestern State, Nov. 25, 2008 (6-of-6) and Scott Moody vs. Eastern New Mexico, Feb. 1, 1988 (5-of-5). Minimum five attempts. Season: 46.5%, Marlon Brown, 1990-91 (47-of-101). Minimum 75 attempts.

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2013-14 UCO Basketball Central Oklahoma Records Scoring

Top 10 Games

Rank Points Player Opponent 1. 52 Eddie Robinson Southwestern Okla. 2. 51 Alex Wright Oklahoma Panhandle 3. 50 Marlon Dawson Barry 4. 47 Shawn Williams Abilene Christian 5. 45 Alex Wright Eastern New Mexico 6. 44 Joe Newton Abilene Christian 6. 44 Alex Wright Eastern New Mexico 6. 44 James Morris Stonehill 6. 44 Charles Crosby Cameron 10. 43 Wesley Clark Eastern New Mexico Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 32. 34. 35. 36. 36. 38. 39. 40. Rank 1. 2.

Points 865 848 789 729 689 680 668 650 646 630 610 587 579 576 574 569 567 567 566 565 562 559 554 553 550 543 538 534 530 529 523 521 521 507 505 500 500 492 487 484

Top 40 Seasons

Player Joe Newton Alex Wright Alex Wright Eddie Robinson Dauntae Williams Tyrone Hopkins Marlon Dawson Sam Belt Junie Sanders Wesley Clark Zoderick Green Reggie Evans Larry Wood Dauntae Williams Van Smith Anthony Brown William Cotton Wesley Clark Shawn Williams David Foote Kelvin McCain Shawn Pughsley Junie Sanders Tyrone Hopkins Mark Martinovich Demario Jones Fred Tyler Reggie Evans Shawn Williams Dantrail Coleman Terry Anderson Anthony Brown Wesley Clark Josh Gibbs Lance Harper Sam Belt Bryce Vann Deshone Henderson Dante Harris Mack Tuck

3. 4. 5.

Season 1998-99 1991-92 2000-01 1990-91 1992-93 1997-98 1992-93 1990-91 1981-82 1978-79

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 39. 39. 40.

Season Avg. 1997-98 27.0 1992-93 30.3 1991-92 24.7 1998-99 28.0 2010-11 20.9 1995-96 23.4 2000-01 25.7 2007-08 19.1 1994-95 21.5 1975-76 21.7 1994-95 20.3 1991-92 18.3 1954-55 24.1 2009-10 19.9 1958-59 18.5 2006-07 20.3 1963-64 20.3 1978-79 27.0 1990-91 19.5 1990-91 18.8 1988-89 20.8 1997-98 17.5 1993-94 21.3 1996-97 24.0 1986-87 19.2 2002-03 18.7 1992-93 18.6 1987-88 19.8 1989-90 18.9 2001-02 20.3 1978-79 18.7 2005-06 17.4 1977-78 19.3 2012-13 17.5 2008-09 16.8 2006-07 17.9 1958-59 16.1 2003-04 17.6 1999-00 19.5 1996-97 17.3

Player Alex Wright Eddie Robinson

Games 28 26

Points 848 729

Joe Newton Wesley Clark Marlon Dawson

32 21 27

865 567 668

1,000-Point Career Scorers

Points 2,148 1,918 1,850 1,659 1,637 1,501 1,429 1,420 1,377 1,353 1,341 1,330 1,326 1,315 1,308 1,297 1,293 1,265 1,264 1,255 1,248 1,233 1,210 1,207 1,200 1,129 1,110 1,102 1,096 1,092 1,090 1,083 1,072 1,054 1,033 1,032 1,030 1,021 1,013 1,003

Player Wesley Clark Sam Belt Larry Wood Leo Holland Alex Wright S.L. Shofner Reggie Evans Alfred Murrell William Cotton Bryce Vann Don Burget Chuck Kersgieter Van Smith Joe Newton Steve Austin James Morris Willie Malone Dauntae Williams Troy Denwalt Joe Sheets Terry Anderson Tyrone Hopkins Howard Stutte Eric Cazenave Junie Sanders Eddie Robinson Charles Crosby James Keith Shawn Williams Bill Ballew Anthony Brown Zoderick Green Tyler Phillips John Roseburr Mike Mimms Shane Carroll Eligha Bell Scott Streller Marvin Harris Mark Martinovich

1997-98 1978-79 2000-01 Years 1975-79 2004-08 1952-55 1954-58 1991-93 1949-53 1986-92 1963-67 1962-65 1958-61 1950-54 1982-86 1956-59 1996-98 1979-83 1990-93 1961-65 2009-11 1972-76 1971-75 1975-79 1995-97 1965-69 2006-10 1993-95 1997-99 1978-82 1966-70 1989-91 1946-50 2005-07 1993-95 2007-12 1970-74 1965-69 2008-12 1970-74 1985-89 1958-62 1985-87

Rebounding Rank Reb. 1. 25 2. 21 2. 21 4. 20 4. 20 4. 20 4. 20 4. 20 4. 20 4. 20 4. 20

Single-Season Scoring Average Leaders Avg. 30.3 28.0

27.0 27.0 25.7

Season 1992-93 1998-99 21

Top 10 Games

Player Tony Bolar Herman Stevenson Wesley Clark Wesley Clark Wesley Clark Tyrone Hopkins Tyrone Hopkins Junie Sanders Mack Tuck Fred Tyler Eric Roumph

Opponent Eastern New Mexico Phillips Langston Santa Fe Langston TX A&M-Kingsville West Texas A&M Texas College Midwestern State Troy Midwestern State

Season 1973-74 1963-64 1976-77 1975-76 1977-78 1996-97 1996-97 1994-95 1996-97 1992-93 1987-88


2013-14 UCO Basketball Central Oklahoma Records Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 20.

Rebounds 362 344 339 337 317 308 307 303 302 300 298 285 283 280 273 268 266 265 264 262 262

Top 20 Seasons

Name Wesley Clark Eligha Bell Fran Siebuhr Fred Tyler Eligha Bell Junie Sanders Bryce Vann James Keith Devin Baker Marcus Penny Wesley Clark Ferney Presley Marlon Brown Bobby Harris J.W. Lockett Bobby Harris Willie Malone Sam Belt Wesley Clark James Morris James Keith

8. Season 1975-76 1972-73 1958-59 1992-93 1971-72 1994-95 1958-59 1968-69 1997-98 1979-80 1977-78 1959-60 1990-91 1988-89 1958-59 1989-90 1961-62 2007-08 1976-77 1991-92 1969-70

Avg. 12.5 11.9 10.9 11.6 11.7 10.3 9.9 9.8 9.4 10.7 11.0 12.4 9.4 10.4 8.8 9.2 10.2 7.8 10.6 8.7 10.5

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

No. 305 298 293 277 277 266 234 233 229 228

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

No. 887 577 570 540 490

Avg. 12.5 12.4 11.9 11.7 11.7

Player Wesley Clark Ferney Presley Eligha Bell Eligha Bell Wesley Clark

Rank Rebounds 1. 1,169 2. 1,061 3. 845 4. 835 5. 787 6. 764 6. 764 8. 743 9. 737 10. 718

Games 29 23 29 27 21

Rebounds 362 285 344 317 245

Top 10 Careers

Player Wesley Clark Eligha Bell Sam Belt Alfred Murrell Bryce Vann James Keith Charles Crosby Steve Austin Jason Pritchett Willie Malone

Season 1975-76 1959-60 1972-73 1971-72 1978-79

Rank 1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 5. 5. 5. 9. 9. 9.

Years 1975-79 1970-74 2004-08 1963-66 1958-61 1966-70 1978-82 1979-83 2000-03 1961-65

Field Goals Made Top 10 Games

Rank No. Player 1. 19 Eddie Robinson 2. 18 Alex Wright 2. 18 Eddie Robinson 4. 17 Eddie Robinson 4. 17 Eddie Robinson 4. 17 Tyrone Hopkins 4. 17 James Morris 8. 16 Dante Harris 8. 16 Alex Wright 8. 16 Kelvin McCain 8. 16 Charles Crosby 8. 16 Wesley Clark

Opponent Southwestern Okla. Oklahoma Panhandle Eastern New Mexico Harding Southwestern Okla. Eastern New Mexico Stonehill Mid-America Eastern New Mexico Cameron Cameron Washburn

Northwestern Okla.

Top 10 Seasons

Player Eddie Robinson Joe Newton Alex Wright Wesley Clark Alex Wright Junie Sanders Tyrone Hopkins Van Smith Dauntae Williams Anthony Brown

Top Five Careers Player Wesley Clark Sam Belt Alex Wright Willie Malone Joe Sheets

1969-70

Season 1998-99 1997-98 1992-93 1975-76 1991-92 1994-95 1995-96 1958-59 2010-11 2006-07

Years 1975-79 2004-08 1991-93 1961-65 1972-75

Field Goals Attempted

Single-Season Rebound Average Leaders

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 4.

James Dawson

Season 1998-99 1991-92 1998-99 1998-99 1998-99 1996-97 1990-91 1999-00 1992-93 1988-89 1981-82 1975-76 22

No. 34 32 31 31 30 30 30 30 29 29 29

Top 10 Games

Player Marlon Dawson Eddie Robinson Joe Newton Shawn Williams Eddie Robinson Eddie Robinson Shawn Williams Mark Martinovich Joe Newton Alex Wright Alfred Murrell

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

No. 642 606 602 550 500 495 493 474 472 469 469

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

No. 1,431 1,332 1,208 1,128 1,003

Opponent Southeastern Okla. Southwestern Okla. Abilene Christian Stonehill Montana St.-Billings East Central Abilene Christian Langston TX A&M-Commerce Baptist Christian Southwest Missouri

Top 10 Seasons

Player Joe Newton Alex Wright Alex Wright Eddie Robinson Van Smith Junie Sanders Zoderick Green Marlon Dawson Shawn Williams Dauntae Williams Reggie Evans

Top Five Careers Player Wesley Clark Sam Belt Alex Wright Willie Malone Eric Cazenave

Season 2000-01 1998-99 1997-98 1990-91 1998-99 1998-99 1990-91 1986-87 1997-98 1992-93 1965-66

Season 1997-98 1992-93 1991-92 1998-99 1958-59 1994-95 1994-95 2000-01 1990-91 2010-11 1991-92

Years 1975-79 2004-08 1991-93 1961-65 2006-10


2013-14 UCO Basketball Central Oklahoma Records 3-Point Field Goals Made Rank No. 1. 11 1. 11 3. 10 4. 9 4. 9 4. 9 7. 8 7. 8 7. 8 7. 8 7. 8 7. 8 7. 8 7. 8

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

Rank 1. 2. 2. 4. 5.

Top 10 Games

Player Marlon Dawson Shawn Williams Shawn Pughsley Marlon Dawson Zoderick Green Shawn Williams Eric Cazenave Sam Belt Sam Belt Terrance Watkins Shawn Pughsley Alex Wright Alex Wright Darrell Gibson

No. 139 129 110 104 102 101 97 90 87 83

No. 263 212 212 211 204

Opponent Southeastern Okla. Nebraska-Kearney Southeastern Okla. Barry Midwestern State Abilene Christian East Central TX A&M-Commerce Oklahoma Christian Abilene Christian Southern Connecticut Baptist Christian Tabor Northwest Missouri

Top 10 Seasons

Player Shawn Pughsley Shawn Williams Zoderick Green Reggie Evans Zoderick Green Marlon Dawson Alex Wright Alex Wright Dante Harris Shawn Williams

Top Five Careers Player Sam Belt Zoderick Green Shawn Williams Eric Cazenave Tyler Phillips

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

Season 2000-01 1990-91 1997-98 2000-01 1993-94 1990-91 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 1999-00 1997-98 1992-93 1992-93 1992-93

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Top 10 Games

Rank 1. 2. 2.

No. 318 303 303

Opponent Southeastern Okla. Nebraska-Kearney Abilene Christian Stonehill Barry Abilene Christian Southeastern Okla. TX A&M-Kingsville Baptist Christian Cameron Abilene Christian

Top 10 Seasons

Player Shawn Williams Shawn Pughsley Zoderick Green

No. 698 568 564 562 516

Marlon Dawson Zoderick Green Joe Newton Alex Wright Reggie Evans Dante Harris Alex Wright

Top Five Careers Player Sam Belt Eric Cazenave Zoderick Green Tyler Phillips Shawn Williams

2000-01 1993-94 1997-98 1991-92 1991-92 1999-00 1992-93

Years 2004-08 2006-10 1993-95 2007-12 1989-91

Free Throws Made Top 10 Games

Season 1997-98 1990-91 1994-95 1991-92 1993-94 2000-01 1992-93 1991-92 1999-00 1989-90

Rank No. 1. 23 1. 23 3. 19 4. 17 4. 17 4. 17 7. 16 8. 15 9. 14 9. 14

Years 2004-08 1993-95 1989-91 2006-10 2007-12

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

No. 187 184 177 175 169 165 165 155 145 144

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

No. 511 419 374 344 310

3-Point Field Goals Attempted Rank No. Player 1. 28 Marlon Dawson 1. 21 Shawn Williams 3. 20 Shawn Williams 3. 20 Shawn Williams 5. 19 Marlon Dawson 6. 18 Shawn Williams 6. 18 Shawn Pughsley 8. 17 Zoderick Green 8. 17 Alex Wright 8. 17 Reggie Evans 8. 17 Kelvin McCain

276 261 251 247 244 240 238

Season 2000-01 1990-91 1990-91 1990-91 2000-01 1989-90 1997-98 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1988-89

Player Alex Wright William Cotton Tyshon Fisher Marlon Dawson Tyrone Hopkins James Morris Tyrone Hopkins Sam Belt Joe Newton Alex Wright

Opponent Southeastern Okla. Pittsburg State Midwestern State Barry Tarleton State Dallas Midwestern State Angelo State Abilene Christian TX A&M-Commerce

Top 10 Seasons

Player Joe Newton Sam Belt William Cotton Tyrone Hopkins Tyrone Hopkins Dauntae Williams Alex Wright Marlon Dawson Alex Wright Dennis Wilburn

Top Five Careers Player Sam Belt William Cotton Wesley Clark Tyrone Hopkins Alex Wright

Season 1991-92 1963-64 1995-96 2000-01 1996-97 1990-91 1996-97 2007-08 1997-98 1992-93

Season 1997-98 2007-08 1963-64 1995-96 1996-97 2010-11 1992-93 2000-01 1991-92 1970-71

Years 2004-08 1962-65 1975-79 1995-97 1991-93

Free Throws Attempted Rank No. 1. 26 1. 26 3. 25 4. 23

Season 1990-91 1997-98 1994-95 23

Top 10 Games

Player Tyshon Fisher William Cotton Alex Wright Tyrone Hopkins

Opponent Midwestern State Pittsburg State Southeastern Okla. Midwestern State

Season 1995-96 1963-64 1991-92 1996-97


2013-14 UCO Basketball Central Oklahoma Records 5. 5. 5. 8. 9. 10. 10. 10.

20 Marlon Dawson 20 Tyrone Hopkins 20 James Morris 19 Joe Newton 18 Sam Belt 17 Demario Jones 17 Joe Newton 17 Devin Baker

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

No. 268 245 237 233 225 221 203 202 186 184

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

No. 652 546 525 458 430

Barry Tarleton State Dallas Seattle Pacific Angelo State Central Arkansas Abilene Christian Southwestern Okla.

2000-01 1996-97 1990-91 1997-98 2007-08 2002-03 1997-98 1997-98

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

No. 539 434 429 428 377

Player Joe Newton Sam Belt Dauntae Williams Tyrone Hopkins Tyrone Hopkins William Cotton Marlon Dawson Alex Wright Junie Sanders Devin Baker

Season 1997-98 2007-08 2010-11 1995-96 1996-97 1963-64 2000-01 1992-93 1993-94 1997-98

Top Five Careers Player Sam Belt William Cotton Wesley Clark Tyrone Hopkins Brent Friday

Rank No. 1. 8 1. 8 1. 8 1 8 5. 7

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

No. Player 17 Zoderick Green 15 David Foote 15 Kevin Pierce 14 Zoderick Green 14 Reggie Evans 13 Pechone Stepps 13 Spencer Wright 13 Reggie Evans 13 Kevin Pierce 13 Kevin Pierce 13 Scott de la Garza

No. 233 209 200 174 170 170 158 156 153 145 145

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

Years 2004-08 1962-65 1975-79 1995-97 2008-12

Opponent Tarleton State Stonehill Eastern New Mexico Angelo State Oklahoma Christian Abilene Christian Tabor Paul Quinn Oklahoma Baptist Southwestern Okla. Oklahoma Christian

Top 10 Seasons Player Reggie Evans Zoderick Green Kevin Pierce Joe Newton Spencer Wright Kendall Cudjoe Dauntae Williams Keith Felton David Foote Kevin Pierce Kendall Cudjoe

Years 1995-99 1986-92 1979-82 1978-82 1974-78

Top 10 Games

Player David Thomas Norton Edmonds Joe Newton Tyrone Hopkins By numerous players

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Season 1994-95 1990-91 1978-79 1994-95 1987-88 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1978-79 1978-79 1988-89

Season 1991-92 1994-95 1978-79 1997-98 1992-93 1980-81 2009-10 2000-01 1990-91 1979-80 1981-82

Opponent Abilene Christian Cameron Ind.-Purdue@Indiana Angelo State

Top 10 Seasons

No. 110 100 76 74 73 71 66 65 64 64

Player Joe Newton Alex Wright Dauntae Williams David Foote Alex Wright Dauntae Williams Eddie Robinson Scott Sanders Scott Sanders Marlon Brown

Assists

Rank 1. 2. 2. 4. 4. 5. 5. 5. 5. 5. 5.

Player David Factor Reggie Evans Kendall Cudjoe Kevin Pierce Marty Kelsey

Steals

Top 10 Seasons

Top 10 Games

Top Five Careers

No. 208 174 173 160 148

Season 1997-98 1992-93 2010-11 1990-91 1991-92 2009-10 1998-99 1995-96 1994-95 1990-91

Top Five Careers Player David Factor Eric Cazenave Alex Wright Joe Newton Sam Belt

Season 2007-08 2001-02 2006-07 2005-06

Avg. 3.4 3.6 2.3 2.5 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.3 2.1 2.1

Years 1995-99 2006-10 1991-93 1996-98 2004-08

Blocked Shots Top 10 Games

Rank No. Player 1. 8 Johnny Tyson 2. 8 Fred Tyler 3. 7 Johnny Tyson 3. 7 Johnny Tyson 3. 7 Johnny Tyson 3. 7 Johnny Tyson 3. 7 Johnny Tyson 3. 7 Fred Tyler 3. 7 Fred Tyler 10. 6 Jason Pritchett 10. 6 Al Segova 10. 6 Johnny Tyson

Avg. 7.3 7.0 7.1 5.4 6.1 6.1 5.4 5.8 5.1 4.8 4.8

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Opponent TX A&M-Kingsville Bridgeport TX A&M-Commerce Eastern New Mexico California (Pa.) Emporia State Arkansas Baptist SIU-Edwardsville Missouri Western Southeastern Okla. TX A&M-Commerce TX A&M-Kingsville

Season 1993-94 1991-92 1993-94 1993-94 1993-94 1993-94 1993-94 1991-92 1991-92 2002-03 1994-95 1993-94


2013-14 UCO Basketball Central Oklahoma Records Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Top 10 Seasons

No. 126 65 63 58 58 46 46 43 39 35

Player Johnny Tyson Fred Tyler Fred Tyler Jason Pritchett Eddie Robinson Jason Pritchett Al Segova Jason Pritchett Marlon Brown Eddie Robinson

No. 147 129 126 93 83

Season 1993-94 1991-92 1992-93 2002-03 1998-99 2000-01 1994-95 2001-02 1989-90 1997-98

Top Five Careers Player Jason Pritchett Fred Tyler Johnny Tyson Eddie Robinson James Morris

Most Free Throws Made Game: 47 vs. Dallas, Nov. 17, 1990 (attempted 70). Season: 631, 2007-08 (attempted 857).

Avg. 4.7 2.2 2.2 2.0 2.2 1.7 1.5 1.7 1.4 1.3

Most Free Throws Attempted Game: 70 vs. Dallas, Nov. 17, 1990 (made 47). Season: 911, 2010-11 (made 582). Best Free Throw Percentage Game: 100% vs. West Texas A&M, Jan. 21, 1995 (17-of-17). Minimum 15 attempts. Season: 81.8%, 1974-75 (330-of-403). Most Rebounds Game: 76 vs. Baptist Christian, Jan. 18, 1993. Season: 1,512, 1992-93.

Years 2000-03 1991-93 1993-94 1997-99 1990-93

Most Steals Game: 24 vs. Mid-America Bible, Nov. 21, 2001. Season: 367, 1991-92. Most Assists Game: 42 vs. Baptist Christian, Jan. 18, 1993. Season: 643, 1992-93.

Team Records

Most Points Game: 167 vs. Arkansas Baptist, Nov. 20, 1993 and vs. Baptist Christian, Jan. 18, 1993. Season: 3,566, 1991-92 (32 games).

Most Blocks Game: 14 vs. Arkansas Baptist, Nov. 20, 1993. Season: 211, 1993-94.

Most Points in a Half Game: 89 vs. Arkansas Baptist, Nov. 20, 1993 (2nd).

Most Points by Opponent Game: 134, Montana State-Billings, Dec. 17, 1998. Season: 2,987, 1991-92 (32 games).

Most Combined Points Game: 268, UCO (140) vs. Nebraska-Kearney (128).

Largest Margin of Victory Game: 104 vs. Arkansas Baptist, Dec. 9, 1995 (UCO 158, Arkansas Baptist 54).

Most Field Goals Made Game: 67 vs. Arkansas Baptist, Nov. 20, 1993 (attempted 111) and vs. Baptist Christian, Jan. 18, 1993 (attempted 119). Season: 1,321, 1991-92 (attempted 2,653).

Highest Scoring Games Central Oklahoma has scored 100-plus points 229 times in its 87-year history. The Bronchos have an all-time record of 201-28 (.878) when scoring 100-plus points. The first 100-point game in school history was a 102-56 victory over Howard Payne on Dec. 31, 1952. Here’s a look at UCO’s 15 highest-scoring games:

Most Field Goals Attempted Game: 119 vs. Baptist Christian, Jan. 18, 1993 (made 67). Season: 2,653, 1991-92 (made 1,321). Best Field Goal Percentage Game: 71.4% vs. South Dakota State, 1962-63 (40-of-56). Minimum 50 attempts. Season: 52.5%, 1963-64 (849-of-1,617) and 1985-86 (807-of-1,538).

Rank Score Opponent 1. 167-78 Arkansas Baptist 1. 167-77 Baptist Christian (La.) 3. 158-54 Arkansas Baptist 4. 150-83 National Christian 4. 150-73 Arkansas Baptist 6. 149-71 Paul Quinn (Texas) 7. 147-72 Bartlesville Wesleyan 8. 146-103 East Central 9. 144-98 Southwestern Oklahoma 9. 144-99 Texas College 11. 141-112 Texas College 11. 141-95 Baptist Christian (La.) 11. 141-96 Abilene Christian 14. 140-128 Nebraska-Kearney 15. 139-118 University of Ozarks (Ark.)

Most 3-Point Field Goals Made Game: 28 vs. East Central, Feb. 11, 2009. Season: 353, 1991-92 (attempted 945). Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted Game: 57 vs. East Central, Feb. 11, 2009 (made 28). Season: 982, 1994-95 (made 317). Best 3-Point Field Goal Percentage Game: 72.7 vs. Truman State, Jan. 10, 2013 (13-of-18). Minimum 15 attempts. Season: 39.3%, 1986-87 (110-of-280). 25

Season 1993-94 1992-93 1995-96 2000-01 1994-95 1991-92 1994-95 1997-98 1998-99 1996-97 1994-95 1991-92 1989-90 1991-92 1991-92


2013-14 UCO Basketball All-Conference Players Central Oklahoma has had 75 players earn all-conference honors a combined 120 times in the 87-year history of the program. The Bronchos have been members of the Oklahoma Intercollegiate Conference and District Nine while in the NAIA and in the Lone Star Conference and Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association as members of NCAA Division II. Only three players earned all-conference honors four times during

their careers -- Bill Ballew (1947, ‘48, ‘49 and ‘50), Wesley Clark (1976, ‘77, ‘78 and ‘79) and Sam Belt (2005, ‘06, ‘07 and ‘08) -- with each being a first-time selection three times and a second-time pick once. Five players were three-time all-conference picks -- Otis Delaporte (1937, ‘38 and ‘39), Larry Wood (1953, ‘54 and ‘55), Leo Holland (1956, ‘57 and ‘58), Bryce Vann (1959, ‘60 and ‘61) and Alfred Murrell (1965, ‘66 and ‘67).

2012-13 Josh Gibbs (1st)

2002-03 Demario Jones (1st) Jason Pritchett (2nd)

1989-90 Marlon Brown (2nd) Shawn Williams (2nd)

1968-69 James Keith (2nd) Howard Stutte (2nd)

All-LSC North Division

2001-02 Dantrail Coleman (2nd)

1988-89 Kelvin McCain (2nd)

1967-68 Rodney Chitsey (2nd)

2000-01 Marlon Dawson (1st)

All-District Nine

1966-67 Alfred Murrell (1st)

All-MIAA

2010-11 Dauntae Williams (1st, POY) Tyler Phillips (2nd, Academic) Jarrod McDaniel (Defensive POY) 2009-10 Eric Cazenave (1st) Dauntae Williams (1st, POY) Tyler Phillips (2nd, Academic) Shane Carroll (Academic)

2008-09 Lance Harper (1st, POY) David Thomas (Academic POY) Adam Terneus (Academic) 2007-08 Sam Belt (1st, POY, Academic) Michael Sosanya (co-Freshman of the Year) 2006-07 Sam Belt (1st) Anthony Brown (1st) Eric Cazenave (Freshman of the Year) 2005-06 Anthony Brown (1st) Sam Belt (2nd)

1999-00 Dante Harris (2nd) 1998-99 Eddie Robinson (1st, POY) 1997-98 Joe Newton (1st, POY) Shawn Pughsley (2nd)

All-Lone Star Conference

1996-97 Tyrone Hopkins (1st, POY) Joe Newton (2nd) 1995-96 Tyrone Hopkins (1st, co-POY) 1994-95 Junie Sanders (1st, MVP) Zoderick Green (1st) 1993-94 Junie Sanders (1st) Darrell Gibson (2nd, co-Defensive POY) Johnny Tyson (co-Defensive POY) 1992-93 Fred Tyler (1st) Alex Wright (1st, POY)

Deshone Henderson

2004-05 Sam Belt (1st) Deshone Henderson (1st) 2003-04 Deshone Henderson (1st)

1991-92 Reggie Evans (1st) Alex Wright (1st) 1990-91 Marlon Brown (1st) David Foote (1st) Shawn Williams (1st) James Morris (Freshman of Year)

1985-86 Chuck Kersgieter (1st) 1984-85 Chuck Kersgieter (2nd)

1965-66 Alfred Murrell (1st)

1981-82 Charles Crosby (2nd) 1979-80 Marcus Penny (2nd) 1978-79 Wesley Clark (1st) 1977-78 Wesley Clark (2nd) 1976-77 Wesley Clark (1st) 1975-76 Wesley Clark (1st) Troy Denwalt (1st)

All-Oklahoma Intercollegiate Conference 1974-75 Stanley Burdine (2nd) Michael Johnson (2nd) Joe Sheets (2nd)

Alfred Murrell

1964-65 William Cotton (1st) Alfred Murrell (2nd) 1963-64 William Cotton (1st) William Malone (2nd) Luther Pegues (2nd) 1962-63 Willie Malone (1st) Luther Pegues (2nd) 1961-62 Marvin Harris (2nd) 1960-61 Bryce Vann (1st) Rex Norton (2nd)

1973-74 Johnnie Roseburr (2nd)

1959-60 Bryce Vann (1st)

1972-73 Eligha Bell (1st)

1958-59 Van Smith (1st) Bryce Vann (2nd)

1971-72 Joe Sheets (2nd) 1969-70 James Keith (1st)

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1957-58 Leo Holland (1st) Van Smith (1st)


2013-14 UCO Basketball All-Conference Players 1956-57 Leo Holland (2nd) Max Marquardt (2nd)

1950-51 Don Metheny (2nd)

1955-56 Leo Holland (1st)

1949-50 Bill Ballew (1st) S.L. Shofner (1st)

1954-55 Larry Wood (1st)

1948-49 Bill Ballew (1st)

1953-54 S.L. Shofner (1st) Larry Wood (1st) Don Burget (2nd)

1947-48 Bill Ballew (1st) John Smith (1st)

1952-53 Don Metheny (1st) Don Burget (2nd) Larry Wood (2nd) 1951-52 Allen Zisman (2nd)

1938-39 Otis Delaporte (1st) C.B. Speegle (1st) Charles Thurman (1st) S.D. Shepherd (2nd)

1932-33 Pat Bernell (1st) Buford Sherwood (2nd) 1931-32 Pat Bernell (2nd)

1937-38 Otis Delaporte (1st) Bill Giles (1st) Charles Thurman (2nd)

1946-47 Bill Ballew (2nd) John Smith (2nd) 1941-42 Bill Anderson (1st) Kenneth Corley (1st)

1930-31 Ben Cleveland (1st) Lofton Reynolds (2nd)

1936-37 Otis Delaporte (1st) C.E. “Tip” Jacobson (1st)

1929-30 Frank Blackwell (2nd) Lofton Reynolds (2nd)

1935-36 James Haught (2nd) C.E. “Tip” Jacobson (2nd)

1924-25 Howard Suesz (2nd) 1923-24 walter Myers (2nd)

1933-34 James Haught (2nd) Buford Sherwood (2nd)

1921-22 Clyde LeForce (1st)

All-Americans Twenty-one Central Oklahoma players have earned All-America honors, nine in NAIA and 12 in NCAA Division II. There have been five two-time All-Americans -- Bryce Vann, Willlie Malone, Wesley Clark and Chuck Kersgieter in NAIA along with

Alex Wright and Tyrone Hopkins in Division II. UCO has had three players named Division II Player of the Year -- Wright in 1992-93, Joe Newton in 1997-98 and Dauntae Williams in 2010-11

NAIA

Basketball Times Dauntae Williams Sam Belt Marlon Dawson Eddie Robinson Joe Newton Tyrone Hopkins Mack Tuck Junie Sanders Zoderick Green Alex Wright Fred Tyler Alex Wright

Player Chuck Kersgieter Chuck Kersgieter Wesley Clark Wesley Clark Joe Sheets Eligha Bell James Keith Alfred Murrell Willie Malone William Cotton Willie Malone Bryce Vann Bryce Vann

NCAA Division II NABC Dauntae Williams Sam Belt Marlon Dawson Eddie Robinson Joe Newton Tyrone Hopkins Tyrone Hopkins Alex Wright

Team Season HM 1985-86 HM 1984-85 3rd 1978-79 HM 1975-76 HM 1974-75 HM 1972-73 HM 1969-70 3rd 1966-67 HM 1963-64 3rd 1963-64 HM 1962-63 1st 1960-61 3rd 1959-60

Division II Bulletin Sam Belt Eddie Robinson Joe Newton Tyrone Hopkins Junie Sanders Alex Wright

Team Season 1st 2010-11 1st 2007-08 3rd 2000-01 1st 1998-99 1st, POY 1997-98 1st 1996-97 1st 1995-96 1st, POY 1992-93

Team 1st, POY 3rd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 3rd 1st 2nd 1st, co-POY 3rd 2nd

Season 2010-11 2007-08 2000-01 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1996-97 1994-95 1994-95 1992-93 1992-93 1991-92

Team 4th 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st, POY

Season 2007-08 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1994-95 1992-93

CoSIDA/Daktronics Team Eddie Robinson 1st Joe Newton 1st Tyrone Hopkins 2nd Junie Sanders 1st Zoderick Green 2nd POY - Denotes Player of the Year 27

Season 1998-99 1997-98 1995-96 1994-95 1994-95


2013-14 UCO Basketball All-Time Lettermen A-A-A-A-A

Doug Aderhold, 1968-69-70 Carl Alexander, 1946 Brent Alford, 1981-82-83 Bus Andeel, 1940-41 Bill Anderson, 1939-40-41 J.D. Anderson, 1935-36-37 Terry Anderson, 1976-77-78-79 Anthony Andrews, 1982-83 Cal Andrews, 2013 Earl Applebee, 1947 Jason Arbet, 2007 Buddy Armstrong, 1963-64-65-66 Mike Auchenbach, ‘71-72-73-74 Ken Austin, 1982 Steve Austin, 1980-81-82-83

B-B-B-B-B

Guy Bailey, 1924 Matt Bailey, 2004 Devin Baker, 1998 Javvero Baker, 2011-12 Clarence Ballard, 1978-79 Bill Ballew, 1947-48-49-50 W.C. Barnard, 1935-36-37-38 Ben Beames, 1943 Eligha Bell, 1971-72-73-74 Luke Belt, 2007 Sam Belt, 2005-06-07-08 Roy Berger, 1947 Pete Bernell, 1930-31-32-33 Richard Berry, 1966-67-68-69 Mike Bevenue, 1968 Jimmy Bishard, 1953 Frank Blackwell, 1928-29 Roy Blankenship, 1925 Al Blevins, 1946-47-48-49 Tony Bolar, 1971-72-73-74 Eddie Bolton, 1994 James Bowker, 1957-58 Jeff Boyd, 1983 Braymer, 1922 Virgil Brentlinger, 1935-39 Bobby Bridges, 1976 Julian Brooks, 1931 Steve Brooks, 1984-86 Anthony Brown, 2006-07 Carl Brown, 1955-56-57 Don Brown, 1954 Galen Brown, 1946 Marlon Brown, 1990-91 Ralph Bullard, 1958-59-60 Louis Bullette, 1929 Stanley Burdine, 1973-74-75 Don Burget, 1952-53-54 Jim Burnett, 1941 Rick Burnett, 1972-73 Brandon Burns, 1997-98 Doug Burris, 1987

C-C-C-C-C

Ezell Calvin, 1991 Bob Carlson, 1958 Warren Carmichael, 1949 Shane Carroll, 2009-10-11-12

June Carter, 2011-13 Mical Cayton, 1981 Eric Cazenave, 2007-08-09-10 Overton Cheadle, 1943 Rodney Chitsey, 1967-68 Roy Christian, 1961 Wesley Clark, 1976-77-78-79 Richard Cleaver, 1956 Ben Cleveland, 1928-29-30-31 Bill Cofer, 1950 Jess Coffey, 1965 Cortez Colbert, 2012 Tom Colbert, 1961 Dantrail Coleman, 2001-02 Paul Collier, 1986-87 Nic Combs, 2013 Bob Condron, 1948-49-50 John Cooley, 1928 Jackie Cooper, 1953 Kenneth Corley, 1940-41-42-43 Louis Corforth, 1931-32-33-34 Jamell Cormier, 2013 William Cotton, 1963-64-65 Ray Cox, 1927-28-29-30 Charles Crosby, 1979-80-81-82 Kendal Cudjoe, 1980-81-82 Earl Culberson, 1930-31 Mike Currin, 2005-06 Carl Curry, 2010-11 Robert Curtis, 2000

F-F-F-F-F

David Factor, 1996-97-98-99 Keith Felton, 2001 Hoyt Ferguson, 1946-47-48 James Fikes, 1943-46-48 Ray Firth, 1962-63 Patrick Fisher, 1997-98 Tyshon Fisher, 1995-96 Willie Fize, 1958 Leroy Flynn, 1955-56 David Ford, 1984 Curt Foster, 1983-84-85 David Foote, 1991 Eric Fortenberry, 1995 Brooks Fowler, 1988 Cranford French, 1943 Henry French, 1970 Brent Friday, 2009-10-11

G-G-G-G-G

Kentrell Gaddis, 2003-04-05-06 Glen Gaffaney, 1940 DeAngelo Garrett, 2009 John Garrett, 1950-55-56 Dean Garrison, 1951-52 Jason Gentz, 1994 Phil Giachino, 1983-84-85-86 Josh Gibbs, 2013 Antonio Gibson, 1986-87 Darrell Gibson, 1993-94 Bill Giles, 1935-36-37-38 Floyd Glover, 1928 Earl Goerke, 1946 John Goodwin, 1991 Robert Gords, 1970 Nick Graham, 2004 Aundrae Grayson, 2006 Zoderick Green, 1994-95 Jason Greene, 2005-06 Rodrick Gregoire, 1992 Carter Ground, 1963 Bruce Gray, 1964 David Green, 1984 Howard Grey, 1931-32-33-34 Donnie Gross, 1970

D-D-D-D-D

Hanson Damen, 1978-79-80-81 George Daniels, 1940 Josh Davis, 2012-13 Lanier Davis, 1950 Charles Davis, 1939 Lee Davis, 1963 Mahijah Davis, 2002-03 Stanton Davis, 1990-91 June Dawkins, 1942-43 James Dawson, 1970 Marlon Dawson, 2001 Leonard Dean, 1934 Scott de la Garza, 1989 Otis Delaporte, 1937-38-39 Troy Denwalt, 1973-74-75-76 Abe Deutschendorf, 1956 Anthony Dickens, 1982 Dan Ditto, 1967-68 David Draper, 1988 Victor Driver, 2009-11

H-H-H-H-H

Bob Hamilton, 1955-56 Dale Hamilton, 1929-30-31-32 Charles Hamrick, 1953 Jan Handley, 1975-77 Chance Hardaker, 2008-09 Lance Harper, 2007-08-09 Bobby Harris, 1989-90 Damarcus Harris, 1999 Dante Harris, 1999-00 DeAndre Harris, 1999 J. Harris, 1933 Larry Harris, 1985 Marvin Harris, 1959-60-61-62 Jack Haskins, 1960 Glenn Haswell, 1965-66 James Haught, 1933-34-35-36 Paul Haumont, 1963 George Hauser, 1958-59-60

E-E-E-E-E

Andre Earl, 2000-01 Norton Edmonds, 2002 Jon Eisenhauer, 1988 Herschel Ellis, 1928-29-31-32 Jason Ervin, 1995 Charles Eshelman, 1927-29 Ruthledge Etheridege, 1922-23-24-25 Andy Evans, 1929-30 Pat Evans, 1957-58 Reggie Evans, 1987-88-92

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Kenny Haydon, 1988 Seth Heckart, 2013 Keith Hedge, 1986-88 Deshone Henderson, 2004-05 Frank Henderson, 1981-82-83 Clifton Herington, 1923-25-27 Vern Hewett, 1927 Ronald Hill, 2008 Kipp Hinrichs, 1989 Jack Hobbs, 1947 Robert Hodge, 1985 Ray Hogan, 1936-37 Rico Hogan, 2013 Howard Hogue, 1933-34-35-36 Leo Holland, 1956-57-58 Robert Honey, 1966 Bruce Honore, 1979-80-81 Joe Hooks, 1994 Tyrone Hopkins, 1996-97 Chris Houk, 1999-00 Joe Howell, 1951-52-53-54 Christian Huffman, 2013 Frank Hyson, 1926-27-28

I-I-I-I-I

Rex Inman, 1952-53 DeAngelo Irvin, 1987

J-J-J-J-J

Andre Jackson, 1994 Norman Jaco, 1948 Clif Jacobson, 1934-35-36-37 Arnold Jech, 1954-55 T.J. Jenkins, 1987 Lee Johnson, 1948 Malcolm Johnson, 1978-79 Michael Johnson, 1973-74-75 Rahsaan Johnson, 1998 Alva Johnston, 1927 Anthony Jones, 1993 Caron Jones, 1997 Demario Jones, 2002-03 John Jones, 1963 Terry Jones, 1975-76-77 Wayne Jones, 1936-37

K-K-K-K-K

Bob Kaser, 1964 James Keith, 1967-68-69-70 James Kelley, 1980 Michael Kelley, 1981 John Kelsey, 1972-73-74 Marty Kelsey, 1975-76-77-78 Drew Kemp, 2006 Joe Kennerly, 2005-06 Chuck Kersgieter, ‘83-84-85-86 Elmer Kincannon, ‘40-41-42-43 Eddie King, 1995 John King, 1928 L.D. King, 1951-52 Theron Kingsoliver, 1925-26 Edwin Kiser, 1928 Elmer Kuper, 1926-27 Chester Kyle, 1962


2013-14 UCO Basketball All-Time Lettermen L-L-L-L-L

Patrick Lambakis, 1995 Dark Lanier, 1936 Demarco Latham, 2007 Malcolm Leak, 1993 Robert Lee, 2010-11-12 Clyde LeForce, 1922 Melvin Lemmons, 1926 D.J. Lemons, 2011 Tom Levay, 1947 Mike Little, 1963 Blake Livingston, 2009-10 J.W. Lockett, 1958-59-60 Johnny Lucas, 1972-73-74

M-M-M-M-M

William Malone, 1962-63-64 Butch Mabntle, 1964 Oliver Manuel, 1959 Ryan Manuel, 1985 Keith Marks, 2007-08-09-10 Max Marquardt, 1954-55-56-57 Mark Mars, 1983 Curtis Marshall, 1978 Eddie Martin, 1967-68-69 Mark Martinovich, 1986-87 Wayne Matheny, 1947 Mike Mayfield, 1979-80 Kelvin McCain, 1989 Sean McCall, 1990 Chris McCleary, 2010-11 Shaun McCleary, 2003 Lennox McCoy, 2001 Kevin McCroskey, 1983 Jarrod McDaniel, 2011 Chris McDonald, 1989 Bill McGee, 1962 Terry McVay, 2004-05 Tom Meade, 1975 Don Metheny, 1950-51-52-53 Ernest Miller, 1922-23 Michael Mims, 1997 Mike Mims, 1966-67-68-69 Scott Moody, 1987-88-89 David Moore, 1943-47 Joel Moore, 1950-51-53 Lee Moore, 1977-78-79 Brett Morgan, 2007 James Morris, 1991-92-93 Olin Morris, 1929-30-31-32 Dave Morrison, 1966-67 Brooks Mosier, 1959-60 Joe Moulder, 1962 Alfred Murrell, 1964-65-66-67 Walter Myers, 1924

N-N-N-N-N

Phillip Nash, 1967 Patrick Nee, 2001 John Neal, 2007-08 Loyal Nelson, 1934-35-36 Marcus Nelson, 2012 Bert Newton, 1928 Jack Newman, 1941

Joe Newton, 1997-98 Keith Newton, 1986-897 Warren Nichols, 1946-47-48 Teddy Noel, 1982 Ronald Norfleet, 2012 Rex Norton, 1961-62 Jonathan Nubine, 2003 Travis Nunley, 1988

O-O-O-O-O

Terry Odom, 2002 Calvin Ollie, 2004 Walter Oney, 1927

P-P-P-P-P

Charles Page, 1956 Andy Parker, 1984-85-86-87 Dewey Parker, 1848 Rickey Parker, 1968-69 Tommie Parker, 1999 Gerald Parks, 1966 Pate, 1924 George Patterson, 1946 Reggie Paul, 2004 Ralph Payne, 1925-26 Luther Pegues, 1963-64 Marcus Penny, 1980 John Perdue, 1966-67-68-69 Londaryl Perry, 1996-97 Dee Petree, 1926 Tucker Phillips, 2009-11-12 Tyler Phillips, 2004-05 Tyler Phillips, 2008-10-11-12 Kevin Pierce, 1979-80-81-82 Otlee Pinson, 1925 Earl Plumlee, 1935-36 Lloyd Plunkett, 1969 Jerry Pope, 1962 Eric Porter, 1999 Dennis Portis, 1979 Michael Powers, 1990-91 Earl Presley, 1960 Jason Pitchett, 2001-02-03 John Pryer, 1961-62-63 Leo Pryor, 1935 Shawn Pughsley, 1998

R-R-R-R-R

Jamel Ramey, 2003-04 Dale Ramsey, 1949-50 B.J. Raney, 2003-05 Jim Ratliff, 1975-77-78 Howard Ray, 1954-56 Steve Rector, 1981-82-83 Ivan Reeder, 1949 Jimmy Reeder, 1949-50 Bob Reeds, 1940 Lofton Reynolds, 1929-30-31-32 Chris Rhymes, 2010 Gerald Richardson, 1991 Art Righetti, 1949-50 Ringer, 1924 Alvin Roberts, 1961 Eddie Robinson, 1998-99 Shawn Robinson, 1992

Tyrone Robinson, 2002 DeWayne Rogers, 1996 Elmer Rogers, 1923 John Rollman, 1991-92 Chris Roper, 1984-85 Johnnie Roseburr, 1971-72-73-74 Leon Ross, 1954-55 Tony Ross, 2011 Eric Roumph, 1988-89 Brian Rowland, 2001 Keith Russell, 1983-84 Kevin Russell, 2004-05

S-S-S-S-S

Chase Sandburg, 2006 Jim Sandburg, 1980 Adrian Sanders, 1992 James Sanders, 1937-38 Junie Sanders, 1994-95 Scott Sanders, 1995-96 Stephen Sauls, 1977-78 Stuart Seaton, 1932-33 Al Segova, 1995-96 Larry Sevier, 1965 Perry Sexson, 1946 Jerrel Shaffield, 1978 Bill Shahan, 1953-54 Rex Shedrick, 1946 S.D. Shepherd, 1938-39 Joe Sheets, 1972-73-74-75 Herschel Sherrill, 1946-47 Buford Sherwood, 1933-34 Ron Shields, 1992 S.L. Shofner, 1949-50-53-54 Roger Shorb, 1975-76 Fran Siebuhr, 1958-59 Charles Smith, 2002-03 Howard Smith, 1976 John Smith, 1946-47-48 Van Smith, 1957-58-59-60 Spencer Smith, 2012-13 Michael Sosanya, 2008-09 Muyi Sosanya, 2004-05 C.B. Speegle, 1938-39-40 James Spivey, 1977-78-79 Reford Stack, 1929-30-31-32 Curtis Starlin, 1970 Marcus Steele, 2003-05-06 Pechone Stepps, 1994 John Sterling, 1990 Floyd Stevens, 1934 Herman Stevenson, 1961-62-63-64 Jacob Strassle, 2013 Chris Strodes, 2001 Howard Stuttle, 1966-67-68-69 Jim Steward, 1964-65-66 Jesse Steward, 1971-72 Jason Stewart, 1998 Scott Streller, 1986-87-88-89 Jay Stricklen, 1984 Howard Suesz, 1922-25 Antonio Sykes, 1999

T-T-T-T-T

J.J. Talley, 2001

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Tyler Tansel, 1989 Artie Taylor, 1994 Willie Taylor, 2000 Dexter Tennell, 2001 Adam Terneus, 2008-09 Craig Thomas, 1982 David Thomas, 2008-09 Emerson Thompson, 1964-65-66 J.A. Thompson, 1940-41 Luke Thompson, 1947-48 Mike Thompson, 1985-86 Bernard Thurman, ‘38-39-40-41 Charles Thurman, ‘36-37-38-39 Jack Treat, 1959 Mack Tuck, 1997 Bob Tucker, 1958 Terry Tucker, 2007 Lester Turner, 1993 Fred Tyler, 1992-93 Johnny Tyson, 1994

U-U-U-U-U

Perry Unruh, 1964-65

V-V-V-V-V

Bob Van Antwerpt, 1940-41-42-46 Steve Vanarsdel, 1977 Bryce Vann, 1958-59-60-61 Leslie Van Noy, 1924-25-27 Medley Van Noy, 1922

W-W-W-W-W

Henry Wade, 1929-30-31 Kenneth Wagner, 1951-52 Eldon Wagoner, 1926-27-28 Brian Walker, 2007-08 Eric Walker, 1990 Joe Warren, 1956-57 Booker T. Washington, 1960-61 J.T. Watkins, 1940-41 Terrence Watkins, 20 Harold Whipky, 1961-63 Forrest Wildman, 1922-24 Billy Williams, 1958 Dauntae Williams, 2010 Morgan Williams, 2006 Shawn Williams, 1990-91 Tom Williams, 1924 Johnny Williamson, 1922-23 Dennis Wilson, 1969-70-71 Mike Wilson, 1970-71 Robert Wilson, 1992 George Winters, 1977 Alfred Wood, 1970 Gary Wood, 1957 Larry Wood, 1952-53-54-55 Cornell Woodard, 1967 Alex Wright, 1992-93 John Wright, 1950-51-52 Spencer Wright, 1993 Virgil Wright, 1993 Jim Wurman, 1955

Z-Z-Z-Z-Z Allen Zisman, 1952


2013-14 UCO Basketball Season-By-Season Results C.W. Wantland 1921-28 36-57 1921-22 (10-4) 42 Southeastern................. 21 23 Oklahoma State............ 18 24 Chilocco..................... 22# 34 Chilocco..................... 28# 25 Tulsa............................. 24 23 Tulsa............................. 25 26 Tulsa............................. 29 26 Tulsa............................. 16 40 Phillips.......................... 24 22 Phillips.......................... 24 32 Phillips.......................... 17 28 Phillips.......................... 18 22 Oklahoma City............. 24 28 Oklahoma City............. 26 64 Eastern A&M.................11 66 Eastern A&M................ 16 53 Northern....................... 15 48 Northern....................... 16 55 Oklahoma City............... 5 27 Oklahoma City............. 24 #-Juco games do not count 1922-23 (5-5) 24 Oklahoma Baptist......... 27 9 East Central.................. 39 23 East Central.................. 12 40 Northwestern OK......... 37 20 Southwestern OK ........ 42 17 Southwestern OK......... 62 25 Northwestern OK......... 16 36 Northwestern OK .........11 30 Southwestern OK ........ 44 19 Southwestern OK......... 43 1923-24 (2-12) 25 Northwestern OK......... 36 24 Northwestern OK......... 18 13 Phillips.......................... 24 18 Phillips.......................... 21 20 Oklahoma City............. 26 19 Oklahoma City............. 21 16 Southeastern OK.......... 41 19 East Central.................. 21 9 Oklahoma Baptist......... 29 14 Southwestern OK......... 40 12 Southwestern OK......... 40 12 Southeastern OK.......... 22 12 Southwestern OK......... 47 17 East Central.................. 31 20 Oklahoma Baptist......... 18 1924-25 (8-12) 15 East Central.................. 13 29 Phillips.......................... 18 18 Phillips.......................... 20 17 Oklahoma Baptist......... 26 20 Phillips.......................... 24 13 Oklahoma Baptist......... 27 19 East Central.................. 27 37 Tulsa............................. 24 32 Tulsa............................. 18 25 Southwestern OK......... 30 16 Southwestern OK......... 32 23 Oklahoma City............. 20 30 Southwestern OK......... 23 24 Southwestern OK......... 29 29 Oklahoma City............. 13 25 Tulsa............................. 32 24 Tulsa............................. 46 38 Northeastern State........ 27 37 Phillips.......................... 44 29 Southeastern OK.......... 40

1925-26 (5-6) 46 Classen........................... 28# 28 Phillips.............................. 29 29 Oklahoma Baptist ............ 40 24 East Central...................... 23 29 East Central...................... 28 50 East Central...................... 24 28 Oklahoma City................. 32 13 Phillips.............................. 31 19 Oklahoma City................. 28 25 Tulsa................................. 24 16 Southwestern OK............. 19 32 Tulsa................................. 27 #-Juco games do not count 1926-27 (2-10) 15 Phillips...............................35 22 East Central.......................24 16 Southeastern OK...............30 17 Tulsa..................................23 29 Phillips...............................32 32 Oklahoma City..................34 19 Southwestern OK .............45 22 Oklahoma City..................23 29 Southwestern OK..............49 26 Oklahoma Baptist .............25 29 Tulsa..................................26 25 Northeastern State.............34 1927-28 (4-8) 34 Oklahoma Baptist .............32 20 East Central.......................50 24 Southwestern OK..............36 37 Northwestern OK..............44 33 Phillips...............................60 19 Oklahoma City..................21 21 Northeastern State.............32 29 Tulsa..................................25 46 Northwestern OK..............41 28 Southwestern OK..............41 32 Northeastern State.............29 36 Southeastern OK...............44

John Williamson 1928-29 6-11 1928-29 (6-11) 29 Emporia State....................33 28 Emporia State....................17 6 Southwestern KS...............13 19 Wichita State.....................38 35 Eastern A&M.....................7# 25 Oklahoma City..................26 43 Southwestern OK..............33 46 Northeastern State.............20 42 Tulsa..................................36 22 East Central.......................45 33 Tulsa..................................18 25 East Central.......................47 42 Southeastern OK...............35 29 Oklahoma City..................39 19 Southwestern OK..............30 31 Southwestern OK..............44 26 Phillips...............................45 16 Phillips...............................31 #-Juco games do not count

Bill

Robinson 1929-30 7-6

1929-30 (7-6) 28 Truman State.....................47 45 Cameron..........................35# 47 Preparatory School.............26#

26 Southwestern OK..............23 28 East Central.......................77 32 Southwestern OK..............26 27 Northeastern State.............23 31 Northwestern OK..............32 33 Northwestern OK..............25 29 Boosters...........................31# 40 East Central.......................44 29 Northwestern OK..............40 27 Northeastern State.............20 58 Morris Independents...........24# 41 Bethel................................21 31 St. Benedicts......................26 20 Northwest Missouri...........23 #-Juco games do not count

C.J. Crump 1930-31 12-5 1930-31 (12-5) 27 Cameron..........................40# 28 Baylor................................41 28 Chilocco..........................24# 30 Southeastern OK...............35 41 East Central.......................61 29 Oklahoma City..................25 48 Northeastern State.............34 37 Southeastern OK...............23 32 Oklahoma City..................27 35 Northeastern State.............30 49 East Central.......................28 34 Northwestern OK..............49 39 Chilocco..........................22# 27 Northwestern OK .............26 28 Southwestern OK..............24 22 Southwestern OK..............24 32 Cotner College...................28 33 Emporia State....................32 28 Wichita State.....................40 26 Emporia State....................25 #-Juco games do not count

Pat Taylor 1931-35 26-43 1931-32 (4-12) 37 Panhandle..........................26 27 Phillips...............................38 29 Oklahoma City..................35 25 Southwestern KS...............23 29 Northwestern OK..............33 24 Northeastern State.............21 15 East Central.......................45 29 Oklahoma City..................42 14 Southwestern OK..............19 22 Southeastern OK...............32 34 Oklahoma City..................43 20 MO School of Mines................18 21 East Central.......................25 18 Northeastern State.............43 26 Southwestern OK..............34 32 Northwestern OK..............38 1932-33 (7-7) 19 Oklahoma State.................22 39 Northern Oklahoma............22# 54 Chilocco..........................26# 25 Southwestern KS...............28 27 Oklahoma State.................25 38 Northeastern State.............25 32 East Central.......................48 23 Southeastern OK...............36 34 East Central.......................44

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34 Northeastern State.............26 46 Southeastern OK...............33 42 Northwestern OK..............39 39 Southwestern OK..............26 44 Northwestern OK..............32 27 Southwestern OK..............30 36 Oklahoma City..................38 #-Juco games do not count 1933-34 (11-7) 38 Tulsa..................................31 50 House of David................33# 34 Southwestern KS...............22 27 Oklahoma State.................33 25 Southwestern KS...............31 37 Northeastern State.............19 39 Oklahoma City..................31 28 East Central.......................22 39 Southeastern OK...............33 37 West Texas A&M..............33 39 West Texas A&M..............29 38 East Central.......................51 29 Southeastern OK...............52 28 Northwestern OK..............35 23 Southwestern OK..............31 32 Oklahoma City..................37 50 Northeastern State.............37 32 Southwestern OK..............28 44 Northwestern OK..............41 #-Juco games do not count 1934-35 (4-17) 17 Tulsa..................................30 33 McPherson KS...................37 27 Drury.................................21 31 Midland NE.......................26 24 Phillips...............................29 21 Oklahoma City..................31 32 East Central.......................33 14 Southeastern OK...............43 22 Southwestern OK..............24 23 East Central.......................38 30 Oklahoma Panhandle.........26 31 West Texas A&M..............27 26 West Texas A&M..............36 33 Oklahoma City..................43 26 Northwestern OK..............46 25 Northeastern State.............29 24 Southeastern OK...............34 22 Oklahoma State.................33 32 Southwestern OK..............43 34 Northwestern OK..............48 21 Northeastern State.............48

Claude E. Reeds 1935-37 27-16 1935-36 (11-9) 20 Oklahoma State.................33 22 Southwestern KS...............23 27 Winfield Freshmen............24 33 Emporia State....................29 30 McPherson.........................18 27 Oklahoma State.................24 32 Southeastern OK...............26 30 East Central.......................40 40 Oklahoma City..................29 42 Northeastern State.............33 22 Phillips...............................29 38 Northeastern State.............35 32 Southeastern OK...............28 24 East Central.......................30 29 Phillips...............................31 38 Oklahoma City..................33 29 Southwestern OK..............30 42 Northwestern OK..............59

26 Northwestern OK.......... 33 37 Southwestern OK.......... 25 1936-37 (16-7) 20 Oklahoma State............. 35 35 West Texas A&M.......... 31 24 Baylor............................ 26 28 Northwestern OK.......... 25 37 Oklahoma City.............. 28 43 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 35 42 Northeastern State......... 32 41 Phillips........................... 20 48 Northwestern OK.......... 44 55 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 20 51 Phillips........................... 27 31 East Central................... 24 42 Northeastern State......... 27 29 Oklahoma City.............. 31 30 Northwestern OK.......... 26 34 Southwestern OK.......... 36 34 Southeastern OK........... 28 36 East Central................... 31 20 Oklahoma State............. 37 27 Southwestern OK.......... 26 26 Oklahoma City.............. 32 40 Southeastern OK........... 30 34 Central Arkansas........... 51 Conference Champions

Dale Hamilton 1937-41 57-30 1937-38 (17-6) 29 TX A&M-Commerce.... 30 38 TX A&M-Commerce.... 37 25 North Texas................... 36 24 Northeastern State......... 21 36 Phillips........................... 15 27 Oklahoma City.............. 25 30 Southeastern.................. 29 36 East Central................... 31 39 Southwestern................. 17 39 Northeastern State......... 25 32 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 17 34 Northwestern................. 37 31 Phillips........................... 20 35 East Central................... 22 23 Oklahoma State............. 31 36 Northeastern State......... 28 16 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 20 36 Phillips........................... 30 45 Northwestern................. 31 35 Southeastern.................. 32 40 Southwestern................. 27 43 Central Arkansas......... 34* 36 St. Ambrose IA............ 38* Conference Champions *-NAIA National Tournament 1938-39 (16-5) 52 Texas Christian.............. 45 38 Pittsburg State................ 40 32 Washburn....................... 28 29 Springfield MO.............. 31 32 Oklahoma City.............. 26 29 Northeastern State......... 25 39 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 19 31 Southeastern OK........... 36 40 East Central................... 34 35 Southwestern OK.......... 31 27 Oklahoma State............. 28 45 Southwestern OK.......... 36 39 Northwestern OK.......... 18 36 Southeastern OK........... 27 45 East Central................... 39 41 Northeastern State......... 23


2013-14 UCO Basketball Season-By-Season Results 52 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 24 48 Northwestern OK.......... 34 47 Phillips........................... 39 50 Manchester PA............. 53* Conference Champions *-NAIA National Tournament 1939-40 (10-12) 33 Pittsburg State................ 25 33 Southwestern KS........... 24 31 Texas Tech..................... 35 31 Oklahoma City.............. 25 48 TX A&M-Commerce.... 40 36 Texas Christian.............. 44 17 Northwestern OK.......... 24 26 Phillips........................... 25 44 Northeastern State......... 42 40 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 34 28 Oklahoma City.............. 31 25 Southeastern OK........... 38 26 East Central................... 32 27 Southwestern OK.......... 37 41 Northeastern State......... 47 37 Phillips........................... 34 29 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 21 34 Northeastern State......... 32 37 Oklahoma City.............. 30 18 Southeastern OK........... 21 40 East Central................... 43 32 Southwestern OK.......... 34 1940-41 (14-7) 43 North Texas................... 40 32 North Texas................... 39 23 Pittsburg State................ 39 36 TX A&M-Commerce.... 28 37 TX A&M-Commerce .39 26 Phillips .......................... 23 40 Northwestern OK.......... 31 42 Northwestern OK.......... 38 43 Phillips........................... 41 37 Oklahoma City.............. 33 24 Southwestern OK.......... 22 33 Oklahoma City.............. 27 47 Southwestern OK.......... 30 52 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 30 36 Northeastern State......... 25 42 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 23 35 Northeastern State......... 25 30 East Central................... 34 30 Southeastern OK........... 34 20 East Central................... 22 25 Southeastern OK........... 27 (No games were played from 1941-45 due to World War II)

Gerald Barnett 1946-50 41-31

1946-47 (9-8) 51 Northern Oklahoma ...... 21# 35 Hutchinson KS............ 30# 28 Tulsa.............................. 39 46 Northern Oklahoma......... 35# 36 Wellington .................. 27# 44 Texas Wesleyan............. 70 46 Cameron...................... 29# 47 Northwestern OK.......... 56 36 Phillips........................... 38 43 Southwestern OK.......... 35 55 Cameron...................... 27# 53 Phillips........................... 33 45 Northwestern OK.......... 56 41 Tulsa.............................. 40 38 Southwestern OK.......... 37 56 Northeastern State......... 38

34 East Central...................... 31 46 Southeastern OK.............. 54 44 Oklahoma Baptist............. 33 39 Northeastern State............ 35 41 East Central...................... 58 35 Southeastern OK.............. 40 56 Oklahoma Baptist............. 41 #-Juco games do not count 1947-48 (11-7) 23 Oklahoma State.................52 74 Northern Oklahoma............35# 44 Cameron..........................30# 51 Cameron..........................38# 43 TX A&M-Commerce........54 39 Centenary LA....................30 50 Northeastern State.............25 45 East Central.......................44 42 Centenary LA....................40 39 Southwestern OK..............37 57 Northeastern State.............46 44 East Central.......................47 36 Southwestern OK..............33 39 Phillips...............................61 42 Northwestern OK..............39 52 Southwestern OK..............54 51 Oklahoma Baptist..............36 50 Northwestern OK..............37 42 Phillips ..............................50 25 Southeastern OK...............32 50 Oklahoma Baptist..............34 #-Juco games do not count 1948-49 (10-9) 38 Cameron..........................29# 36 Hardin TX .........................35 33 Cameron............................26 41 Centenary LA....................61 49 Northwestern LA ..........63 60 Hardin TX..........................50 69 Enid Air Base..................41# 40 Southwest Missouri...........46 28 Southwest Missouri...........39 55 New Mexico......................43 57 Phillips...............................39 53 Northwestern OK..............55 41 Southeastern OK...............47 29 Oklahoma Baptist..............34 52 Northeastern State.............29 69 East Central ......................59 40 Southwestern OK..............42 53 Northeastern State.............52 58 East Central.......................61 50 Phillips...............................48 50 Oklahoma Baptist .............48 49 Southeastern OK...............43 #-Juco games do not count 1949-50 (11-7) 33 Cameron..........................32# 39 Cameron..........................56# 48 North Texas.......................55 40 Abilene Christian...............41 43 Southwestern OK..............29 37 Oklahoma Baptist..............46 43 Phillips ..............................33 68 Northwestern OK..............53 58 Southeastern OK...............46 45 Oklahoma Baptist..............34 67 Northeastern State.............41 61 East Central.......................67 39 Southeastern OK...............37 71 Phillips...............................52 57 Northwestern OK..............58 66 Northeastern State.............43 58 East Central.......................69 40 Southeastern OK...............50 47 Oklahoma Baptist..............29 62 Southwestern OK..............56 #-Juco games do not count

Jim Tyner 1950-57 91-70 1950-51 (7-15) 40 Halliburton’s....................48# 37 Oklahoma City..................44 58 Halliburton’s ...................66# 57 Southwestern KS...............49 60 Pittsburg State ...................59 45 Eastern New Mexico....................41 51 Colorado College...............42 57 Southwest Missouri...........77 36 Phillips...............................41 50 Northwestern OK..............52 39 Southeastern OK...............52 33 Oklahoma Baptist..............41 35 Northwestern OK..............37 59 East Central.......................69 51 Southwestern KS...............54 43 Southwestern OK..............39 48 Phillips...............................60 74 Northwestern OK..............46 40 Northeastern State.............54 52 East Central.......................67 54 Southeastern OK...............69 50 Oklahoma Baptist..............62 62 Southwestern OK..............60 37 Oklahoma City..................60 Game does not count 1951-52 (11-8) 55 Southwestern OK..............58 55 Cameron..........................53# 44 Cameron..........................54# 58 Howard Payne...................56 55 Eastern New Mexico ..............48 62 Southwestern OK..............64 65 Phillips...............................56 66 Northwestern OK..............51 49 Southeastern OK...............61 61 Oklahoma Baptist..............49 67 Northeastern State.............71 59 East Central.......................78 72 Southwestern OK..............68 56 Phillips...............................49 60 Northwestern OK..............58 69 Northeastern State.............56 66 East Central.......................55 57 Southwestern KS...............79 57 Southeastern OK...............75 65 Oklahoma Baptist..............52 65 Southwestern OK..............88 #-Juco games do not count 1952-53 (17-8) 77 Okmulgee Tech..................59 75 East Texas Baptist..............77 71 East Texas Baptist..............75 84 Southwestern KS...............73 86 Norman Naval Base..............46 61 Abilene Christian...............73 61 Hardin Simmons ..........59 102 Howard Payne ...........65 86 Phillips...............................84 94 Northwestern OK..............90 82 Southeastern OK...............76 63 Oklahoma Baptist..............56 75 Southwestern KS...............72 66 East Central.......................54 89 Northeastern State.............58 76 Southwestern OK.............66 76 Midwestern State...............73 89 Phillips...............................73 74 Northwestern OK..............66 69 Southeastern OK...............74 74 Oklahoma Baptist..............65

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73 East Central.......................89 80 Northeastern State.............73 89 Southwestern OK..............90 83 Southwestern OK..............80 65 Southwestern OK..............78 74 Southwestern OK..............77 Conference Champions 1953-54 (18-6) 47 East Texas Baptist ............62 66 East Texas Baptist ............71 69 Southwestern KS ..........58 65 Missouri Valley .............69 83 Wesminster........................64 68 Abilene Christian...............50 91 Phillips...............................58 106 Northwestern OK..............52 89 Oklahoma Baptist..............66 73 Southeastern OK...............64 65 East Central.......................58 72 Northeastern State.............60 77 Southwestern KS...............54 85 Southwestern OK..............96 96 Southwestern OK..............65 74 Phillips...............................59 94 Northwestern OK..............59 78 Southeastern OK...............70 69 Oklahoma Baptist..............63 78 East Central.......................63 60 Northeastern State.............58 70 Southeastern OK...............64 68 Southeastern OK...............78 63 Southeastern OK...............72 Conference Champions 1954-55 (6-15) 43 TX A&M-Commerce........84 69 Southwestern OK..............74 86 Fort Hays State..................98 70 Kansas Wesleyan...............89 85 Midwestern State...............94 64 New Mexico......................83 79 Northeast LA.....................85 92 Louisiana College..............64 110 Northeastern State.............85 70 East Central.......................61 68 Southeastern OK...............94 64 Oklahoma Baptist..............65 71 Phillips...............................67 84 Northwestern OK..............63 70 Southwestern OK..............90 70 Oklahoma Baptist..............79 73 Northeastern State.............74 74 East Central.......................87 72 Phillips...............................74 78 Northwestern OK..............71 1955-56 (18-7) 63 Southwestern KS...............62 83 Oklahoma Panhandle.........48 87 Langston............................67 80 Southwest Missouri .........83 70 Emporia State KS..............64 77 Southwestern OK..............71 88 Oklahoma Panhandle.........67 68 Fort Hays State..................78 75 Langston............................71 81 Louisiana State..................72 66 Northeastern LA................60 89 Northeastern State.............78 84 East Central.......................89 80 Southeastern OK...............75 88 Oklahoma Baptist..............71 65 Phillips...............................55 81 Northwestern OK..............68 83 Southwestern OK..............77 73 Southwest KS....................66 72 Southeastern OK...............78 59 Oklahoma Baptist..............66

78 Northeastern State......... 67 76 East Central................... 56 65 Phillips........................... 72 63 Northwestern OK.......... 65 62 Southeastern OK........... 81 1956-57 (14-11) 81 Pittsburg State................ 79 64 Langston........................ 63 54 Emporia State................ 60 65 Fort Hays State.............. 64 90 Southwest Missouri ..... 79 77 Southwestern OK.......... 69 67 Pittsburg State................ 71 69 Langston........................ 82 81 Midwestern State........... 66 84 Midwestern State........... 63 62 Sul Ross......................... 55 56 TX A&M-Commerce.... 74 69 Northeastern State......... 71 92 East Central................... 65 60 Southeastern OK........... 78 75 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 85 77 Phillips........................... 72 65 Northwestern OK.......... 67 86 Southwestern OK.......... 73 55 Southeastern OK........... 59 64 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 66 65 Northeastern State......... 64 78 East Central................... 61 98 Northwestern OK.......... 68 82 Phillips........................... 76

Al Blevins 1957-58 19-7 1957-58 (19-7) 65 Langston........................ 59 64 Benedictine Hts............. 54 66 Northwestern OK.......... 54 66 Midwestern State........... 98 58 Pittsburg State................ 52 57 Southwest Missouri ..... 66 53 Midwestern State ....... 48 68 Central Missouri ........ 55 52 TX A&M-Commerce.... 58 61 Southwestern OK.......... 64 87 East Central................... 50 55 Southeastern OK........... 46 85 Benedictine Hts............. 57 54 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 53 75 Northeastern State......... 59 80 Phillips........................... 67 65 Phillips........................... 70 55 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 58 80 Northeastern State......... 66 77 East Central................... 64 67 Southeastern OK........... 61 63 Northwestern OK.......... 60 99 Southwestern OK.......... 74 92 Langston........................ 88 72 Northeastern State......... 57 62 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 64

John Smith 1958-62 70-38 1958-59 (21-10) 104 Benedictine Hts ........ 70 69 Emporia State................ 51 74 Eastern New Mexico......... 62 87 Emporia State................ 71 49 Oklahoma Panhandle..... 48


2013-14 UCO Basketball Season-By-Season Results 74 Fort Hays State.............. 77 66 Southwest Missouri ..... 70 67 Drury............................. 59 62 Austin............................ 75 66 Midwestern State........... 64 83 East Central................... 65 46 TX A&M-Commerce.... 65 55 Southeastern OK........... 54 60 Langston........................ 57 52 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 54 80 Northeastern State......... 59 83 Phillips........................... 63 50 Northwestern OK.......... 56 57 Southwestern OK.......... 69 64 East Central................... 57 43 Southeastern OK........... 62 72 Langston........................ 88 107 Phillips........................... 83 62 Northwestern OK.......... 60 60 Southwestern OK.......... 55 65 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 62 68 Northeastern State......... 62 67 Langston........................ 62 55 Southeastern OK........... 49 72 Kentucky State.............. 65 57 Pacific Lutheran........... 68* Conference Champions *-NAIA National Tournament 1959-60 (16-7) 78 Drury............................. 73 85 Benedictine Heights.......... 68 88 Langston........................ 72 56 Emporia State................ 66 73 East Central................... 51 53 Southeastern OK........... 45 80 Oklahoma Panhandle..... 58 57 New Mexico State......... 74 76 Texas-El Paso ............... 73 49 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 50 85 Northeastern State......... 72 71 Northwestern OK.......... 64 2 Phillips* .......................... 0 69 Southwestern OK.......... 63 75 Langston........................ 62 52 East Central................... 50 53 Southeastern OK........... 50 76 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 62 53 Northeastern State......... 60 78 Northwestern OK.......... 74 96 Phillips........................... 66 61 Southwestern OK.......... 63 52 Southeastern OK........... 58 *-Forfeit. 1960-61 (21-7) 78 Southwest Missouri ......... 77 71 Pittsburg State............... 59 46 Emporia State................ 69 66 Langston........................ 62 75 Pittsburg State............... 66 76 South Dakota State........ 58 70 Gustavus Adolp. MN ...... 66 83 Nebraska-Kearney......... 68 76 East Central................... 72 46 Southeastern OK........... 59 73 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 50 87 Northeastern State......... 88 84 Northwestern OK.......... 73 88 Phillips.......................... 71 80 Southwestern OK.......... 63 75 Langston........................ 69 78 Southwestern OK.......... 66 74 East Central................... 64 50 Southeastern OK........... 53 46 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 37 72 Northeastern State......... 69 77 Northwestern OK.......... 85 71 Phillips.......................... 73

70 Northwestern OK.............54 59 Southeastern OK..............56 80 St. Norbert WI................73* 84 Illinois Wesleyan ...........62* 83 Georgetown KY..............84* *-NAIA National Tournament 1961-62 (12-14) 75 St. Mary’s KS...................64 82 St. Mary’s KS...................92 63 Oklahoma Panhandle........59 85 Northwestern OK............81 63 Southwestern OK.............50 78 Pittsburg State...................81 70 Southwest Missouri ...........72 81 Morningside IA................73 80 Nebraska-Kearney............71 84 Emporia State...................64 64 Emporia State...................78 38 Southeastern OK..............65 37 Oklahoma Baptist.............39 62 Northeastern State............65 90 East Central......................92 67 Phillips..............................70 106 Langston...........................92 64 Southwestern OK.............57 63 Langson............................77 63 Southwestern OK.............58 62 Oklahoma Baptist.............51 78 Northeastern State............97 65 East Central......................73 86 Phillips..............................70 52 Oklahoma Panhandle........59 67 Northwestern OK.............83

Mark Winters 1962-78 239-185 1962-63 (21-6) 60 St. Mary’s KS...................57 87 St. Mary’s KS...................63 65 Oklahoma Panhandle........66 77 Northwestern OK.............25 76 Southwest Missouri ...........75 76 Pittsburg State...................62 83 Southwestern OK.............57 67 Nebraska-Omaha..............69 64 Hastings............................46 90 South Dakota State...........64 57 Oklahoma Baptist .........46 80 Northeastern State............93 69 East Central......................76 79 Phillips..............................50 83 Langston...........................62 84 Southwestern OK.............63 75 Langston...........................60 57 Southeastern OK..............54 58 Oklahoma Baptist.............67 61 Northeastern State............45 81 Oklahoma Panhandle........62 87 Phillips..............................47 87 East Central......................75 59 Northwestern OK.............53 65 Oklahoma Baptist.............76 48 Oklahoma Baptist.............50 Conference Champions 1963-64 (24-4) 90 St. Mary’s KS...................62 57 New Mexico Highlands.......56 93 Southwestern OK.............69 88 Southeastern OK..............76 74 Oklahoma Baptist.............56 90 Pittsburg State...................71 63 Fort Sill All-Stars.............61 84 Fort Hays State.................86

65 Northeastern State............68 111 East Central......................72 88 Oklahoma Panhandle........83 69 Northwestern OK.............62 67 Southeastern OK..............81 66 Oklahoma Baptist.............55 85 Northeastern State............56 92 East Central......................48 90 Phillips..............................64 89 Phillips..............................66 90 Langston...........................81 90 Oklahoma Panhandle........60 75 Northwestern OK.............59 87 Langston...........................83 87 Southwestern OK ............62 53 Southeastern OK..............46 74 Southeastern OK..............61 95 Ceaderville OH...............40* 84 Pacific Lutheran..............72* 55 Carson-Newman TN................61* Conference Champions *-NAIA National Tournament 1964-65 (15-9) 65 Midwestern State..............52 65 Southwestern OK.............52 59 Southeastern OK..............54 59 Oklahoma Baptist.............63 75 Midwestern State..............83 70 Western New Mexico ............69 80 Washburn..........................73 70 St. Joseph..........................62 70 Colorado State-Pueblo......81 64 Northeastern State............52 50 Phillips..............................46 92 Langston...........................78 50 East Central......................44 60 Oklahoma Panhandle........38 60 Northwestern OK.............49 45 Southeastern OK..............47 62 Oklahoma Baptist.............69 81 Phillips..............................69 51 Northeastern State............54 60 East Central......................64 70 Oklahoma Panhandle........60 89 Northwestern OK.............59 70 Langston...........................73 53 Southwestern OK.............56 1965-66 (9-14) 79 Colorado State-Pueblo......78 65 Southeastern OK..............71 51 Oklahoma Baptist.............59 61 Northeastern State............71 76 East Central......................64 59 Southwest Missouri ...........84 84 Southern Utah...................91 65 Grand Canyon..................60 84 Peru...................................66 75 Phillips..............................72 60 Langston...........................57 62 Oklahoma Panhandle........69 57 Northwestern OK.............70 73 Southwestern OK.............71 63 Northeastern State............68 69 East Central......................62 66 Phillips..............................69 69 Oklahoma Panhandle........74 74 Northwestern OK.............76 80 Southwestern OK.............81 74 Langston...........................72 62 Southeastern OK..............76 46 Oklahoma Baptist.............47 1966-67 (14-10) 70 Arkansas State..................78 71 Oklahoma Christian..........77 45 Southeastern OK..............58 60 Oklahoma Baptist.............62

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66 Northeastern State............60 85 East Central......................63 63 Phillips..............................49 82 Lamar...............................81 51 St. Mary’s KS...................58 69 Emporia State...................73 92 Southwest Missouri .........70 82 Langston...........................60 53 Oklahoma Panhandle........47 74 Northwestern OK.............52 74 Northwestern OK.............52 61 Southwestern OK.............65 71 Northeastern State............69 106 East Central......................66 49 Phillips..............................46 95 Langston...........................68 74 Oklahoma Panhandle........60 82 Northwestern OK.............88 70 Southwestern OK.............73 74 Southeastern OK..............69 50 Oklahoma Baptist.............60 1967-68 (17-11) 72 TX A&M-Commerce.......75 61 Phillips..............................58 67 Southeastern OK..............70 90 Northwestern OK.............76 75 Northeastern State............79 74 East Central......................64 66 Oklahoma Panhandle........62 61 Northwestern OK.............62 54 Phillips..............................46 75 TX A&M-Commerce.......59 64 St. Mary’s KS...................52 74 St. Mary’s TX...................58 65 Louisiana Tech..................69 104 Illinois State......................90 63 St. Mary’s KS...................72 84 Langston...........................76 61 Southwestern OK.............70 58 Southeastern OK..............56 91 Oklahoma Baptist.............73 56 Phillips..............................62 80 Langston...........................71 91 Oklahoma Panhandle........60 75 Northwestern OK.............68 75 Southwestern OK.............77 75 Southeastern OK..............65 64 Oklahoma Baptist.............65 93 Northeastern State..........102 92 East Central......................67 1968-69 (20-11) 91 TX A&M-Commerce.......82 82 St. Mary’s KS...................62 80 TX A&M-Commerce.......74 64 East Central......................65 76 Northeastern State............67 53 Northwestern OK.............64 66 Northeastern State............61 75 East Central......................53 68 Oklahoma Panhandle.......59 83 Northwestern OK.............58 80 Morningside IA................57 47 Phillips.............................48 70 St. Mary’s KS...................56 83 Pan American...................76 58 St. Mary’s TX...................72 65 Langston...........................75 78 Southwestern OK.............91 73 Southeastern OK..............63 83 Oklahoma Baptist.............66 66 Phillips.............................65 80 Langston...........................79 67 Oklahoma Panhandle.......75 78 Northwestern OK.............94 64 Southwestern OK.............59 80 Southeastern OK..............62 69 Oklahoma Baptist.............74

71 Northeastern State......... 62 78 East Central................... 62 60 Oklahoma Christian....... 58* 58 Southwestern OK........ 68* 67 Southwestern............... 68* *-NAIA District 9 Playoffs 1969-70 (16-9) 86 TX A&M-Commerce.... 74 85 Cameron........................ 75 77 Oral Roberts.................. 79 38 Phillips .......................... 37 91 Langston........................ 78 66 Oral Roberts.................. 83 70 Southwestern OK.......... 71 91 Oklahoma Panhandle..... 72 94 TX A&M-Commerce.... 83 79 Pan American................ 73 86 Northwestern OK.......... 62 70 Southeastern OK........... 69 63 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 61 96 Northeastern State......... 86 70 East Central................... 62 63 Oklahoma Panhandle..... 70 50 Northwestern OK.......... 59 70 Southwestern OK.......... 68 77 Southeastern OK........... 54 78 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 81 54 Northeastern State......... 75 75 East Central................... 76 61 Phillips........................... 51 63 Langston........................ 61 67 East Central................. 76* *-NAIA District 9 Playoffs 1970-71 (1-24) 65 Sam Houston............... 109 73 Northeastern State......... 81 43 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 52 56 Oral Roberts................ 102 67 Cameron........................ 80 84 Langston........................ 92 64 Phillips .......................... 80 80 Northwestern OK.......... 84 65 Eastern New Mexico ...... 105 61 Corpus Christi............... 65 66 Midwestern State........... 76 58 Southeastern OK........... 67 54 Southwestern OK.......... 95 63 Oklahoma Panhandle..... 70 72 Northeastern State......... 87 69 Oklahoma Baptist ......... 70 63 East Central................... 85 61 Cameron........................ 76 56 Phillips........................... 70 75 Northwestern OK.......... 96 67 Langston........................ 89 69 Southeastern OK........... 59 62 Southwestern OK.......... 78 87 Oklahoma Panhandle..... 88 45 East Central................... 74 1971-72 (13-14) 73 Sam Houston................. 86 69 Sacred Heart.................. 77 106 Wiley College................ 77 48 TX A&M-Commerce.... 51 54 Phillips........................... 57 74 Northwestern OK.......... 65 83 Oklahoma Panhandle..... 64 76 Langston........................ 73 60 Southwestern OK.......... 63 55 Cameron........................ 48 65 Midwestern State........... 78 62 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 72 69 Northeastern State......... 61 39 Southeastern OK........... 46 65 East Central................... 66 90 Sacred Heart KS............ 85


2013-14 UCO Basketball Season-By-Season Results 47 Phillips........................... 46 78 Midwestern State........... 77 80 Northwestern OK.......... 64 65 Oklahoma Panhandle..... 59 76 Langston........................ 77 57 Southwestern OK.......... 68 80 Cameron........................ 67 65 Northeastern State......... 78 58 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 60 55 Southeastern OK.......... 70 41 East Central................... 39 1972-73 (20-9) 76 Emporia State................ 74 67 Southern Nazarene........ 65 45 TX A&M-Commerce.... 41 59 Hardin Simmons............ 72 56 St. Mary’s TX................ 57 61 Phillips........................... 66 51 East Central................... 48 72 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 65 56 Langston........................ 45 74 Texas Tech..................... 81 72 Eastern New Mexico..... 60 59 Texas Wesleyan............. 44 75 Southeastern OK........... 61 45 Cameron........................ 58 57 Eastern New Mexico..... 43 87 Emporia State................ 58 44 Oklahoma Panhandle..... 39 57 Northwestern OK.......... 52 74 Northeastern State......... 57 74 Southeastern OK........... 61 45 Cameron........................ 51 72 Southwestern OK.......... 65 96 Phillips........................... 55 84 Oklahoma Panhandle..... 59 73 Northwestern OK.......... 61 55 Cameron........................ 58 61 Southwestern OK.......... 62 62 Southwestern OK........ 61* 55 Oklahoma Baptist........ 71* *-NAIA District 9 Playoffs 1973-74 (18-8) 68 Missouri Southern......... 67 50 Henderson State............. 63 57 Midwestern State........... 75 60 West Texas A&M.......... 53 60 Eastern New Mexico......... 55 55 Phillips........................... 45 90 Northeastern State......... 85 80 Southeastern OK........... 58 57 Oklahoma...................... 74 55 Dallas Baptist................ 53 61 Midwestern State........... 69 91 Midwestern State........... 83 82 Eastern New Mexico......... 53 86 Oklahoma Panhandle..... 56 68 Northwestern OK.......... 61 66 East Central................... 63 71 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 75 73 Langston........................ 66 61 Cameron........................ 62 59 Northeastern State......... 58 52 Phillips........................... 48 74 Oklahoma Panhandle..... 46 58 Northwestern OK.......... 56 62 Cameron........................ 66 65 Southwestern OK.......... 56 66 Cameron...................... 74* *-NAIA District 9 Playoffs Conference Champions 1974-75 (13-12) 65 Midwestern State ....... 74 66 TX A&M-Commerce .73 61 Southwest Texas ....... 82 64 Langston........................ 61

49 Fort Hays State................ 60 57 Marymount...................... 70 89 Sam Houston................... 73 75 Oklahoma Baptist............ 58 57 Southern Nazarene.......... 56 66 Midwestern State............. 72 59 Washburn......................... 57 65 Oklahoma Baptist............ 66 85 Southern Nazarene.......... 72 61 East Central..................... 66 58 Midwestern State............. 74 79 Langston.......................... 70 79 Southeastern OK............. 67 59 Northwestern OK............ 50 79 Northeastern State........... 62 50 Southwestern OK............ 77 69 East Central..................... 86 81 Southeastern OK............. 74 77 Northwestern OK............ 57 74 Southwestern OK............ 67 77 Northeastern State........... 63 1975-76 (18-11) 48 Southern Nazarene.......... 68 80 Lamar............................ 101 43 Sam Houston................... 55 58 Oklahoma Baptist............ 53 75 Langston.......................... 56 61 Southern Nazarene.......... 51 53 TX A&M-Commerce...... 67 72 USAO.............................. 80 69 Washburn......................... 62 59 Midwestern State............. 73 90 Oklahoma Christian............ 95 98 Sante Fe........................... 66 64 Langston.......................... 76 67 USAO ........................... 60 55 East Central..................... 50 68 Oklahoma Christian......... 70 73 Midwestern State............. 70 72 Southeastern OK............ 70 58 Oklahoma Baptist............ 57 87 Northwestern OK............ 60 70 Northeastern State........... 77 81 Southwestern OK............ 70 70 East Central..................... 66 88 Southeastern OK............. 82 95 Northwestern OK............ 70 70 Southwestern OK............ 62 59 Northeastern State........... 54 69 Cameron........................ 62* 53 Southern Nazarene........ 55* *-NAIA District 9 Playoffs 1976-77 (12-13) 58 USAO.............................. 57 100 Langston.......................... 67 54 Oklahoma Baptist............ 64 51 Arkansas State................. 69 53 St. Mary’s TX.................. 62 72 Alcorn State.................... 82 79 USAO.............................. 74 74 Arkansas-Little Rock...... 78 78 Langston.......................... 73 71 Southern Nazarene.......... 64 81 Northeastern State........... 56 89 Southeastern OK............. 70 89 Northwestern OK............ 78 71 Southwestern OK............ 90 79 Cameron.......................... 73 55 Northeastern State........... 57 64 East Central..................... 62 68 Oklahoma Baptist............ 70 66 Cameron.......................... 73 55 Northeastern State........... 57 64 East Central .................... 62 68 Oklahoma Baptist ........... 70 66 Cameron.......................... 73 64 Southeastern OK............. 65

76 Northwestern OK............ 77 73 Arkansas-Little Rock...... 71 85 Southwestern OK............ 99 55 Southern Nazarene.......... 62 57 East Central..................... 50 1977-78 (8-20) 69 North Texas......................76 70 Oklahoma Christian..........76 68 Missouri-St. Louis............77 69 Eastern Illinois..................95 55 Southeastern OK..............56 59 Oklahoma Christian.............67 81 Southwestern TX............105 68 Benedictine.......................59 46 Midwestern State..............49 67 Benedictine.......................68 72 McNeese State..................92 64 Lamar...............................82 71 Langston...........................66 86 John Brown......................80 80 Cameron...........................76 66 Denver .............................72 68 Northern Colorado............77 43 East Central......................55 61 Southeastern OK..............72 53 Oklahoma Baptist.............56 72 Southern Nazarene...........97 77 USAO...............................64 71 Cameron...........................83 51 East Central......................49 76 Southen Nazarene.............75 78 Oklahoma Baptist.............65 90 Southwestern OK...........102 64 Cameron.........................68* *-NAIA District 9 Playoffs

Eddie Evans 1978-82 50-66 1978-79 (14-14) 61 Texas Tech........................85 63 Eastern New Mexico........61 55 Arkansas-Pine Bluff.........58 65 Northwestern OK.............56 76 Oklahoma Christian..........96 75 Southern Nazarene...........67 70 Langston...........................68 67 Oklahoma Christian..........75 72 Southern Nazarene...........71 69 Cameron...........................76 83 Southeastern OK..............67 78 Southwestern OK.............95 57 East Central......................77 81 Oklahoma Baptist.............73 90 Arkansas-Pine Bluff.........85 64 Northern Colorado............63 68 Southern Nazarene...........71 74 Oklahoma Baptist.............76 74 Langston ..........................86 46 East Central......................45 106 Eastern New Mexico........62 90 Northwestern OK.............54 84 Southwestern OK.............86 71 Southeastern OK..............69 80 Cameron ..........................89 74 North Texas......................84 73 Northeastern State..........69* 83 Southwestern OK...........92* *-NAIA District 9 Playoffs 1979-80 (12-18) 85 Langston ..........................76 75 Southern Nazarene...........76 65 Northwestern OK.............57 78 Southwestern OK.............75

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78 Midwestern State.............63 57 Northeastern State............56 73 East Central......................81 69 Colorado...........................98 67 Midwestern State.............89 53 TX A&M-Commerce.......63 54 Southeastern OK..............59 59 East Central......................61 77 Oklahoma Baptist.............62 86 Southern Nazarene...........81 49 Southeastern OK..............56 54 Oklahoma Christian.........60 68 Southern Nazarene...........66 73 Oklahoma Baptist.............79 69 Phillips ............................64 60 Northeastern State............68 51 East Central......................52 63 Arkansas-Pine Bluff.........74 66 Oklahoma Christian.........76 81 Cameron...........................90 100 Langston...........................65 73 Phillips.............................80 84 Southwestern OK.............76 70 Northwestern OK.............74 45 Southeastern OK..............48 54 Cameron...........................89 1980-81 (12-16) 60 Oklahoma Baptist.............75 68 Southern Nazarene...........82 55 Oklahoma Christian..........61 66 Tulsa.................................88 90 Southeastern OK..............86 87 East Central ............. 852OT 75 Oklahoma Baptist.............66 53 Northeastern State............67 68 John Brown......................82 64 Northwestern OK.............63 64 Langston ..........................92 88 Bishop College.................67 80 Jarvis Christian.................74 63 Southeastern OK..............73 84 Phillips..............................83 67 Oklahoma Christian..........68 67 Cameron...........................70 73 Southern Nazarene...........81 74 Phillips .............................92 72 Bishop College.................71 55 Northeastern State............61 99 Bishop College.................84 55 Southeastern OK..............65 66 East Central .....................63 84 Southwestern OK.............72 65 Northwestern OK.............62 70 Cameron...........................88 71 Langston ................... 75 OT 1981-82 (12-18) 66 Bethany.............................64 75 Marymount.......................90 58 Hastings ...........................56 48 Oklahoma Baptist.............71 66 Northwestern OK.............80 58 USAO...............................56 89 Southern Nazarene...........95 77 Southwestern OK.............89 66 Oklahoma Christian..........71 56 East Central .....................64 101 Northwestern OK.............65 75 Northeastern State............89 67 Southwestern OK.............69 63 Northwestern OK.............60 87 Southeastern OK..............99 80 Southwestern OK.............86 70 Oklahoma Baptist.............72 81 Oklahoma Christian..........77 83 Cameron.........................88# 71 Southern Nazarene...........85 80 Langston .........................78

61 USAO............................ 73 78 Phillips........................... 73 54 Northeastern State......... 55 59 Southeastern OK........... 70 47 East Central................... 46 90 Cameron........................ 85 65 Phillips........................... 67 77 Langston........................ 75 58 Oklahoma Christian ... 70* #-Forfeit win *-NAIA District 9 Playoffs

Buddy Armstrong 1982-87 63-89 1982-83 (4-27) 67 Southern Nazarene........ 90 77 Phillips........................... 85 65 Northwestern OK.......... 73 67 USAO............................ 72 71 Marymount.................... 73 77 Emporia State................ 76 71 Abilene Christian........... 77 95 Northeastern State......... 80 69 Southwestern OK.......... 72 61 Northwestern OK.......... 78 62 USAO ......................... 64 64 East Central................... 74 82 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 86 74 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 86 76 Northwestern OK.......... 68 77 Newman........................ 82 58 Oklahoma Christian....... 64 74 Langston........................ 85 51 Northeastern State......... 46 75 Southeastern OK........... 77 64 Southern Nazarene........ 73 64 Cameron ....................... 66 64 Southwestern OK.......... 73 54 Southeastern OK........... 64 75 Dallas Baptist................ 72 73 Phillips........................... 90 71 Cameron........................ 75 66 Dallas Baptist................ 70 63 East Central................... 74 72 Oklahoma Christian....... 94 66 Langston ....................... 73 1983-84 (10-19) 55 Hastings......................... 52 62 Chadron......................... 63 66 Doane............................ 61 69 Southern Nazarene........ 68 58 Northwestern OK.......... 56 58 USAO............................ 75 55 Northeastern State......... 73 71 Oklahoma Christian....... 66 68 Southern Nazarene........ 82 51 Oklahoma Christian....... 49 62 Phillips........................... 71 82 Southwestern OK.......... 76 48 East Central................... 56 63 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 67 56 East Central................... 63 64 Oklahoma Christian....... 75 79 Southwestern OK.......... 91 70 Northeastern State......... 82 50 Southeastern OK........... 69 91 USAO ......................... 84 62 Cameron........................ 97 75 Langston ....................... 84 65 Phillips .......................... 76 75 Northwestern OK.......... 85 52 Southeastern OK........... 50 68 Langston........................ 86 54 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 63


2013-14 UCO Basketball Season-By-Season Results 85 Cameron........................ 67 69 Southern Nazarene........ 76 1984-85 (20-14) 58 Baptist Bible.................. 40 76 John Brown................... 61 64 Southern Nazarene........ 66 64 Pittsburg State................ 63 74 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 61 66 USAO............................ 74 58 Jarvis Christian.............. 50 90 Mary Hardin-Baylor...... 41 63 Phillips........................... 61 72 Oklahoma Wesleyan...... 51 65 Eastern New Mexico..... 61 72 Eastern New Mexico..... 56 68 Lubbock Christian....61OT 71 Colorado Mines............. 55 67 Phillips........................... 87 78 Oklahoma Panhandle..... 63 59 Wayland Baptist............ 63 81 St. Edwards.................... 69 57 Oklahoma Christian....... 59 60 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 52 53 Southeastern OK........... 70 76 Cameron........................ 66 76 Langston........................ 86 91 Southern Nazarene........ 81 70 Oklahoma Panhandle..... 82 51 USAO............................ 50 58 Southeastern OK........... 66 75 Langston ....................... 81 54 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 47 74 Oklahoma Panhandle..... 71 56 Phillips .......................... 57 65 Oklahoma Christian ...... 66 71 Cameron...................74OT 49 East Central................. 50* *-NAIA District 9 Playoffs 1985-86 (20-9) 57 Oklahoma Christian....... 58 56 USAO............................ 65 83 Bethany.......................... 65 48 Fort Hays State.............. 79 52 Southern Nazarene........ 55 74 East Central................... 69 84 Cameron........................ 55 64 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 51 74 Oklahoma Wesleyan...... 55 74 Phillips .......................... 58 74 Newman........................ 69 64 Oklahoma Panhandle..... 62 85 Langston........................ 55 88 Incarnate Word.............. 57 76 Oklahoma Baptist.......... 73 77 Cameron........................ 66 70 Oklahoma City.............. 73 50 USAO............................ 47 77 Langston........................ 59 51 Southern Nazarene........ 58 72 Oklahoma Panhandle..... 68 67 Langston........................ 58 61 Oklahoma Panhandle..... 71 68 Cameron........................ 56 65 Oklahoma Christian ...... 63 65 Oklahoma City.............. 70 63 Phillips .......................... 51 62 Southwestern OK...59*OT 51 Southeastern OK......... 56* *-NAIA District 9 Playoffs 1986-87 (9-20) 53 Oklahoma Christian....... 54 52 Wayland Baptist............ 53 65 Northwestern OK.......... 56 65 East Central................... 64 61 Cameron........................ 63 62 Oklahoma City.............. 80

70 Langston............................ 62 75 Ozarks AR....................83OT 56 USAO .............................. 50 70 Phillips............................... 75 56 Southern Nazarene............ 68 65 Northwestern OK.............. 70 67 Langston............................ 56 53 Rochhurst ......................... 68 75 Mid-America Nazareme.... 78 67 Avila College..................... 64 79 USAO................................ 76 69 Oklahoma City.................. 76 65 Southern Nazarene............ 72 88 Langston............................ 91 63 Oklahoma Baptist.............. 45 71 Oklahoma Panhandle......... 91 61 Phillips............................... 62 69 Oklahoma Baptist.............. 79 84 Langston............................ 85 83 Oklahoma Wesleyan.....77OT 64 Oklahoma Panhandle .... 68 60 Oklahoma Christian ......... 79 78 Cameron............................ 93

Jim Seward 1987-02 261-165 1987-88 (9-18) 95 Pittsburg State.................... 94 65 Langston............................ 89 76 TX A&M-Commerce........ 90 65 Angelo State...................... 69 73 Eastern New Mexico......... 67 84 Oklahoma Christian......... 100 110 Bishop College.................. 69 117 Langston...................1182OT 70 Pittsburg State.................. 114 72 TX A&M-Kingsville ........ 77 104 TX A&M-Commerce...... 126 104 Abilene Christian............... 99 84 Angelo State...................... 88 107 Cameron.......................... 120 67 West Texas A&M.............. 66 110 Eastern New Mexico......... 95 108 Midwestern State............. 103 86 Abilene Christian............. 103 102 Angelo State.................... 125 76 West Texas A&M.............. 98 94 Eastern New Mexico....... 111 74 Midwestern State............... 83 95 TX A&M-Commerce........ 90 86 TX A&M-Kingsville......... 75 79 Cameron ......................... 100 1988-89 (9-18, 5-9*) 66 Central Missouri................ 84 89 Angelo State...................... 88 62 West Texas A&M.............. 76 99 Cameron.......................96OT 91 Oklahoma Christian.......... 96 66 Central Missouri................ 88 76 Colorado State-Pueblo...... 91 82 St. Martin’s........................ 76 114 BYU-Hawaii..............115OT 73 Hawaii-Hilo..................... 103 80 TX A&M-Commerce*...... 98 48 TX A&M-Kingsville*....... 78 93 Southeastern OK............... 97 82 Angelo State*.................... 98 104 Abilene Christian*............ 79 75 West Texas A&M*............ 96 83 Eastern New Mexico* ...... 99 121 Cameron*.................1162OT 96 West Texas A&M*............ 85 104 Eastern New Mexico*..... 119 93 Southeastern OK............... 86

69 Angelo State*.....................76 86 Abilene Christian*..............89 77 TX A&M-Commerce*.......71 97 TX A&M-Kingsville*........80 79 Oklahoma Christian............84 85 Cameron*.........................105 *-Lone Star Conference game 1989-90 (12-17, 5-9*) 83 Dallas .................................69 74 Tabor...................................91 88 Eastern Montana........... 81OT 46 Eastern Montana.................64 108 Bethel.................................60 79 Ozarks AR..........................88 74 Florida Southern.................89 74 Tampa.................................89 77 Ozarks AR..........................71 118 Benedictine.........................79 88 Southeastern OK................94 78 Angelo State*.....................81 80 Abilene Christian*..............88 103 Bethel.................................66 81 West Texas A&M*.............90 83 Eastern New Mexico*........81 75 TX A&M-Commerce*.......90 97 TX A&M-Kingsville*........75 86 TX A&M-Commerce*.......89 82 TX A&M-Kingsville*......106 73 Southeastern OK...............76 86 Angelo State*.....................79 141 Abilene Christian*..............96 89 Cameron*...........................94 85 West Texas A&M*.............92 71 Eastern New Mexico*........80 88 Cameron*...........................72 92 TX A&M-Kingsville@.......89 86 West Texas A&M@............94 *-Lone Star Conference game @-Lone Star Tournament 1990-91 (25-5, 11-3*) 130 Dallas..................................71 115 Ozarks AR..........................97 68 Southwest Baptist!..............82 114 Wayne State........................79 109 Hawaii-Hilo........................93 120 Nebraska-Kearney..............95 101 Stephen F. Austin................90 82 Cal Poly-SLO.....................96 94 Emporia State.....................83 134 Stonehill...........................126 124 Southwestern KS................61 80 Southeastern OK................72 108 Cameron*...........................97 82 West Texas A&M*.............97 79 Eastern New Mexico*......109 102 Angelo State*.....................96 116 Abilene Christian*..............84 73 West Texas A&M*.............83 103 Eastern New Mexico*........96 108 Abilene Christian*..............89 82 Angelo State*.....................72 89 Southeastern OK................81 87 TX A&M-Commerce*.......79 93 TX A&M-Kingsville*........90 97 TX A&M-Kingsville*........94 96 TX A&M-Commerce*.......86 90 Cameron*...........................80 83 TX A&M-Commerce@......79 86 Eastern New Mexico@......83 70 West Texas A&M@............83 !-Won by Forfeit *-Lone Star Conference game @-Lone Star Tournament Conference Champions 1991-92 (25-7, 10-2*) 139 Ozarks AR........................118

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100 St. Mary’s TX.....................79 138 SIU-Edwardsville...............83 149 Paul Quinn..........................71 83 Missouri Southern..............87 72 Pittsburg State.....................93 130 Tabor ..................................74 141 Baptist Christian.................95 140 Nebraska-Kearney............128 138 Oklahoma Panhandle..........62 109 Dist. of Columbia...............62 82 West Texas A&M...............86 99 Southeastern OK................95 104 Cameron*...........................93 115 Eastern New Mexico*........98 83 West Texas A&M...............82 77 Angelo State*.....................76 105 Abilene Christian*............109 86 TX A&M-Kingsville*......100 119 TX A&M-Commerce*.......93 109 Southeastern OK................98 112 TX A&M-Commerce*.......96 110 TX A&M-Kingsville*........98 92 Eastern New Mexico*........84 137 Abilene Christian*..............92 109 Angelo State*.....................98 115 Cameron*.........................101 120 Abilene Christian@..........101 97 TX A&M-Kingsville@.......98 100 Missouri Western#........ 96OT 132 Washburn#........................114 124 Bridgeport#................. 127OT *-Lone Star Conference game @-Lone Star Tournament Conference Champions #-D2 National Tournament 1992-93 (23-6, 10-2*) 90 Southwestern OK...............71 123 CS-Dominquez Hills........100 108 Grand Canyon..................110 104 Midwestern State..............103 137 Paul Quinn..........................80 92 Missouri Western..............100 131 Northwest Missouri............88 132 Tabor.................................113 114 Millersville.......................101 123 Slippery Rock.....................84 125 Benedictine.......................116 123 Troy..................................114 86 Florida Atlantic...................79 121 Cameron*...........................99 119 Eastern New Mexico*......108 167 Baptist Christian.................77 104 Angelo State*.....................84 119 Abilene Christian*............117 100 Midwestern State..............108 90 TX A&M-Kingsville*........95 122 TX A&M-Commerce*.......85 113 TX A&M-Commerce*.......82 85 TX A&M-Kingsville*........88 111 Eastern New Mexico*......109 128 Abilene Christian*............118 93 Angelo State*.....................89 129 Cameron*...........................88 88 Washburn#..........................92 116 Missouri Southern# ........109 *-Lone Star Conference game Conference Champions #-D2 National Tournament 1993-94 (17-10, 7-5*) 167 Arkansas Baptist.................78 84 Southwest Baptist...............83 103 Wingate...............................85 110 Lander...............................103 97 Tabor...................................79 99 Emporia State...................113 132 Paul Quinn........................103 88 California (Pa.)...................99

103 Northern Kentucky......... 99 96 Midwestern State......... 100 102 Mid-America Nazarene.. 78 93 Cameron......................... 89 85 Eastern New Mexico*.... 81 86 West Texas A&M*......... 81 85 Angelo State*................. 86 101 Abilene Christian*....... 107 100 TX A&M-Kingsville* ... 76 100 TX A&M-Commerce*... 80 116 TX A&M-Commerce*.120 116 TX A&M-Kingsville*.... 86 91 Eastern New Mexico*.... 93 91 West Texas A&M*......... 99 118 Midwestern State......... 113 124 Abilene Christian*......... 94 116 Angelo State*.......... 110OT 83 Cameron......................... 98 96 Abilene Christian@..... 103 *-Lone Star Conference game @-Lone Star Tournament 1994-95 (23-7, 10-2*) 141 Texas College............... 112 82 Cal-Riverside.................. 83 96 Colorado Christian......... 91 106 Montana St.-Billings.... 110 98 Southwest Baptist......... 112 74 Cameron......................... 69 150 Arkansas Baptist............. 73 90 Washburn........................ 98 117 Denver.......................... 101 121 McPherson...................... 77 147 Bartlesville Wesleyan..... 72 117 Abilene Christian*.......... 96 94 Angelo State*................. 96 108 West Texas A&M*......... 99 88 Eastern New Mexico*.... 70 116 Tarleton State...........108OT 95 TX A&M-Commerce*... 88 118 TX A&M-Kingsville*.... 115 104 TX A&M-Commerce*... 94 131 TX A&M-Kingsville*.... 106 119 Abilene Christian*.......... 96 108 Angelo State*............... 110 93 Eastern New Mexico*.... 78 89 West Texas A&M*......... 80 136 Tarleton State.................. 98 83 Cameron......................... 82 98 TX A&M-Commerce@.. 84 96 TX A&M-Kingsville@.... 93OT 94 Mississippi College#...... 88 112 Central Missouri#......... 117 *-Lone Star Conference game @-Lone Star Tournament Conference Champions #-D2 National Tournament 1995-96 (19-10, 8-6*) 117 Texas College................. 87 112 Paul Quinn...................... 95 106 Benedictine..................... 72 94 Oakland City.................. 87 116 Southern Indiana.......... 114 97 Cameron....................... 114 158 Arkansas Baptist............. 54 99 Texas AM-Kingsville*. 107 76 Grand Canyon.............. 102 98 Drury.............................. 88 92 Angelo State*................. 84 102 Abilene Christian*.......... 97 93 Eastern New Mexico*.. 105 85 West Texas A&M*......... 88 113 Midwestern State.......... 117 91 TX A&M-Commerce*... 97 100 Tarleton State*................ 93 106 Abilene Christian*.......... 92 107 Angelo State*................. 77 83 West Texas A&M*....... 111


2013-14 UCO Basketball Season-By-Season Results 92 Eastern New Mexico*.... 85 100 Cameron......................... 88 124 Midwestern State.......... 105 111 Tarleton State*................ 93 89 TX A&M-Commerce*... 83 86 TX A&M-Kingsville*.. 109 100 Eastern New Mexico@.. 94 91 TX A&M-Commerce@.. 86 95 TX A&M-Kingsville@.112 *-Lone Star Conference game @-Lone Star Tournament 1996-97 (24-5, 13-3*) 144 Texas College.................99 133 Paul Quinn......................79 101 Athens State....................97 69 Kentucky Wesleyan......104 101 Virginia Union................84 96 Missouri Western............94 78 Southwestern OK ..........74 126 TX A&M-Kingsville*....96 116 Indiana-Purdue @ Ind....96 109 Colorado Mines..............95 113 Angelo State*.................79 119 Abilene Christian*..........94 122 Eastern N.M.*........ 121OT 68 West Texas A&M*.........90 105 Midwestern State*..........85 110 TX A&M-Commerce*...98 81 Tarleton State*................78 94 Abilene Christian*..........75 88 Angelo State*.................82 89 West Texas A&M*.........81 91 Eastern New Mexico*....85 95 Southwestern OK..........71 97 Midwestern State*..........87 82 Tarleton State*..............109 90 TX A&M-Commerce*.100 96 TX A&M-Kingsville*....77 108 Tarleton State@...... 106OT 89 TX A&M-Commerce@..84 84 Pittsburgh State#.............90 *-Lone Star Conference game @-Lone Star Tournament Conference Champions #-D2 National Tournament 1997-98 (25-7, 13-1*) 100 Southern Indiana..........102 103 Clark-Atlanta..................76 131 Southern Connecticut...112 82 TX A&M-Kingsville......77 98 TX A&M-Commerce.....75 114 Evangel...........................99 85 Drury .............................95 74 Abilene Christian............99 98 Angelo State.................101 117 Central Arkansas..........100 86 Cal State-Bakersfield....104 114 Seattle-Pacific........... 99OT 90 Rollins............................68 81 Northeastern State*........77 93 Harding*.........................83 106 Ouachita Baptist*...........83 92 Southeastern OK*..........80 89 East Central*..................92 99 Cameron*.......................62 100 Southwestern OK*.........97 110 Northeastern State*........92 124 Cameron*.....................101 117 Southwestern OK*.......105 117 Harding*.......................109 65 Ouachita Baptist*...........52 126 Southeastern OK*..........90 146 East Central*................103 134 Abilene Christian@......129 123 West Texas A&M@......101 107 TX A&M-Commerce#.103 109 Missouri Western#........101

101 West Texas A&M#...........105 *-LSC North Division game @-Lone Star Tournament Division Champions Conference Champions #-D2 National Tournament 1998-99 (16-11, 8-6*) 122 Olivet Nazarene................103 112 Eastern New Mexico..........90 100 West Texas A&M...............96 77 Pittsburg State...................105 105 Missouri Southern..............98 105 Tarleton State......................93 103 Midwestern State..............118 109 Central Arkansas................98 108 Texas Christian.................133 118 Montana State-Billings.....134 111 Washburn.................... 107OT 86 Missouri S&T.....................78 72 Harding*.............................93 74 Ouachita Baptist*...............83 75 Southeastern OK*........ 77OT 78 East Central*......................77 97 Cameron*.........................100 112 Southwestern OK*..... 110OT 83 Northeastern State*............87 112 Northeastern State*............99 109 Cameron*...........................84 144 Southwestern OK*.............98 103 Harding*.............................80 76 Ouachita Baptist*...............67 73 Southeastern OK*..............56 102 East Central*....................109 91 West Texas A&M@............92 *-LSC North Division game @-Lone Star Tournament 1999-00 (8-17, 4-9*) 101 TX A&M-Kingsville........ 117 84 TX A&M-Commerce......... 89 83 Northwest Missouri.......... 102 81 Missouri Western.............. 114 100 Central Arkansas.............. 107 108 Abilene Christian.............. 103 94 Angelo State..................... 102 135 Arkansas Baptist............... 113 129 Mid-America Christian...... 95 80 Western Washington......... 105 57 Morningside....................... 82 119 Newman........................... 117 77 Northeastern State*............ 97 77 Cameron*........................... 80 86 Southwestern OK*............. 97 76 East Central*...................... 78 89 Southeastern OK*.............. 79 90 Harding*............................. 92 81 Northeastern State*............ 90 95 Harding*............................. 81 91 Ouachita Baptist*............... 82 82 Southwestern OK*........... 112 96 Cameron*........................... 67 66 Southeastern OK*.............. 70 83 East Central*...................... 92 *-LSC North Division Game 2000-01 (16-11, 7-5*) 132 Mid-America Christian...... 78 116 Harding............................. 108 150 National Christian.............. 83 103 Barry ..........................105OT 76 Lynn ................................. 72 88 Central Arkansas................ 87 72 St. Mary’s........................... 80 59 Rollins................................ 76 101 Eastern New Mexico.......... 76 64 West Texas A&M............... 90 120 Drury ............................... 110

101 Tarleton State...................... 92 119 Texas Wesleyan.................. 98 75 East Central*...................... 70 94 Southeastern OK*.............. 83 76 Drury................................. 87 86 Cameron*........................... 84 99 Southwestern OK*........... 105 91 Northeastern State*............ 96 90 Midwestern State*.............. 96 71 Northeastern State*.......... 104 83 Midwestern State*.............. 95 93 East Central*...................... 88 80 Southeastern OK*.............. 77 94 Southwestern OK*........87OT 95 Cameron*........................... 84 79 West Texas A&M@............ 87 *-LSC North Division game @-Lone Star Tournament 2001-02 (10-16, 3-9*) 106 Arkansas Baptist................ 72 94 Central Arkansas................ 80 87 Harding.............................. 93 86 TX A&M-Kingsville........ 106 102 TX A&M-Commerce......... 71 91 Abilene Christian............... 89 83 Angelo State..................... 109 94 Drury................................. 78 77 Washburn........................... 91 56 Metropolitan State.............. 81 93 Lock Haven........................ 84 85 Eastern New Mexico.......... 88 85 West Texas A&M............... 68 54 Tarleton State..................... 90 101 East Central*...................... 97 69 Southeastern*................73OT 90 Cameron*........................... 72 90 Southwestern*.................... 96 57 Northeastern State*............ 83 65 Midwestern State*............. 69 81 East Central*...................... 98 95 Southeastern*..................... 59 78 Cameron*........................... 84 104 Southwestern*.................. 108 78 Northeastern State*............ 93 80 Midwestern State*............. 91 *-LSC North Division game

Terry Evans 2002-Present

223-104

2002-03 (19-10, 8-4*) 100 Oklahoma City................... 88 78 Missouri S&T..................... 83 59 Missouri Western................ 77 95 Central Arkansas................ 75 76 Abilene Christian................ 69 97 Angelo State....................... 79 74 Washburn............................ 82 81 Central Washington............ 82 71 Eastern New Mexico.......... 65 79 West Texas A&M............... 77 108 Drury ................................. 88 78 Midwestern State................ 67 78 TX A&M-Kingsville.......... 72 93 TX A&M-Commerce......... 82 89 Cameron*........................... 71 77 Southwestern OK*............. 59 100 Drury ................................. 90 101 East Central*.................92OT 80 Southeastern OK*.............. 74 69 Northeastern State*............ 73 63 Tarleton State*.................... 82 75 Cameron*........................... 55 67 Southwestern OK*............. 60 100 East Central*...................... 86

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60 Southeastern OK*.............. 54 68 Northeastern State*............ 72 77 Tarleton State*.................... 85 84 West Texas A&M@............ 88 67 Northeastern State#............ 78 *-LSC North Division game @-Lone Star Tournament #-D2 National Tournament 2003-04 (11-17, 7-5*) 57 Incarnate Word................... 71 74 Emporia State................... 103 76 Oklahoma City................... 91 77 Missouri S&T..................... 80 80 Washburn............................ 93 75 Oklahoma City................... 72 66 Eastern New Mexico.......... 67 81 West Texas A&M............... 76 89 Missouri Western...........93OT 57 Northwest Missouri............ 90 68 Midwestern State................ 80 75 TX A&M-Kingsville.......... 80 90 TX A&M-Commerce......... 67 73 Abilene Christian................ 76 76 Angelo State....................... 75 88 East Central*...................... 71 105 Southeastern OK*.............. 89 61 Northeastern State*............ 74 64 Tarleton State*.................... 75 87 Cameron*........................... 81 72 Southwestern OK*............. 64 71 East Central*...................... 77 76 Southeastern OK*.........74OT 62 Northeastern State*............ 83 68 Tarleton State*.................... 82 92 Cameron*........................... 74 64 Southwestern OK*............. 53 76 TX A&M-Kingsville@....... 85 *-LSC North Division game @-Lone Star Tournament 2004-05 (22-8, 10-2*) 86 St. Gregory’s....................... 68 94 Washburn.......................... 101 84 Northwestern OK .............. 57 103 Paul Quinn.......................... 80 73 St. Mary’s........................... 69 79 Incarnate Word................... 50 80 TX A&M-Kingsville.......... 75 101 A&M-Commerce........ 110OT 91 Angelo State....................... 61 105 Abilene Christian................ 89 73 Lamar ................................. 78 63 Eastern New Mexico.......... 66 64 West Texas A&M............... 58 93 Midwestern State................ 85 73 Northeastern State*............ 66 59 Tarleton State*.................... 46 62 Drury ................................. 60 81 Cameron*........................... 79 81 Southwestern OK*............. 87 92 East Central*...................... 65 79 Southeastern OK*.............. 61 62 Northeastern State*............ 59 75 Tarleton State*.................... 68 104 Cameron*........................... 71 76 Southwestern OK*............. 74 102 East Central*...................... 79 75 Southeastern OK*.............. 79 67 West TexasA&M@............. 79 84 Washburn#.......................... 66 73 TX A&M-Commerce#....... 81 *-LSC North Division game @-Lone Star Tournament Division Champions #-D2 National Tournament 2005-06 (17-13, 9-3*) 75 Oklahoma Baptist............... 80

73 Oklahoma Christian........ 75 108 USAO............................. 69 83 Washburn........................ 67 89 TX A&M-Kingsville...... 73 71 Oklahoma Christian........ 63 72 Abilene Christian............ 63 83 Angelo State................... 84 61 Southwest Baptist........... 80 72 Missouri Western............ 76 70 Drury ............................. 85 69 West Texas A&M........... 58 88 Eastern New Mexico...... 69 61 Tarleton State.................. 72 61 Midwestern State............ 68 53 Northeastern State*........ 48 84 A&M-Commerce*....75OT 74 Southwestern OK*....67OT 81 Cameron*....................... 70 66 Southeastern OK*.......... 77 68 East Central*.................. 66 70 Northeastern State*........ 81 80 TX A&M-Commerce*... 84 87 Southwestern OK*......... 73 66 Cameron*....................... 62 90 Southeastern OK*.......... 83 99 East Central*.................. 81 84 TX A&M-Kingsville@... 66 71 Tarleton State@.............. 73 68 Tarleton State#................ 75 *-LSC North Division game @-Lone Star Tournament Division Champions #-D2 National Tournament 2006-07 (20-8, 9-3*) 79 Oklahoma Baptist........... 65 63 Oklahoma Christian........ 62 99 St. Gregory’s................... 70 64 Missouri Western............ 81 89 Emporia State................. 98 104 Oklahoma Christian........ 87 62 TX A&M-Kingsville...... 72 82 Washburn........................ 72 91 Angelo State................... 64 92 Abilene Christian............ 66 68 West Texas A&M........... 78 87 Eastern New Mexico...... 78 108 Mid-America Christian.. 77 71 Tarleton State.................. 54 75 Northeastern State*........ 59 83 Southwestern OK*......... 77 82 Cameron*....................... 78 63 TX A&M-Commerce*... 64 69 Southeastern OK*.......... 87 73 East Central*.................. 64 84 Northeastern State.....75OT 111 A&M-Commerce*..106OT 79 Southwestern OK*......... 80 95 Cameron*....................... 75 94 Southeastern OK*.....88OT 89 East Central*.................. 68 92 Tarleton State@.............. 67 74 Midwestern State@........ 78 *-LSC North Division game @-Lone Star Tournament 2007-08 (28-6, 11-1*) 79 St. Gregory’s................... 62 77 Oklahoma Christian........ 57 77 Southwest Baptist........... 80 104 New Mexico Highlands.. 72 100 St. Gregory’s................... 90 78 Angelo State................... 69 89 Abilene Christian............ 88 68 Washburn...................71OT 90 West Texas A&M........... 82 80 Eastern New Mexico...... 79 77 Missouri Western ........... 71 77 Northwest Missouri........ 84


2013-14 UCO Basketball Season-By-Season Results 70 Tarleton State............73OT 82 Midwestern State........... 67 86 TX A&M-Kingsville...... 69 84 TX A&M-Commerce*... 83 112 Cameron*....................... 90 94 East Central*.................. 71 87 Northeastern State*........ 77 105 Southeastern OK*.......... 71 83 Southwestern OK*......... 72 76 TX A&M-Commerce*... 60 89 Cameron*....................... 77 68 Northeastern State*........ 75 80 East Central*.................. 72 74 Southwestern OK*......... 71 85 Southeastern OK*.......... 41 85 Angelo State@............... 75 77 Tarleton State@.............. 65 72 A&M-Commerce@....... 70 65 Fort Hays State#............. 64 73 Northwest Missouri#...... 59 77 Tarleton State#............... 76 104 Augusta State#......1062OT *-LSC North Division game @-Lone Star Tournament Division Champions Conference Champions #-D2 National Tournament 2008-09 (24-6, 10-2*) 82 Benedictine..................... 58 63 Colorado Christian......... 57 80 USAO........................76OT 86 St. Gregory’s...................56 92 Midwestern State............78 86 Langston.........................71 83 Washburn........................76 67 West Texas A&M...........80 78 Eastern New Mexico......59 79 Tarleton State..................68 79 Ouachita Baptist.................

71 75 Arkansas Tech..................89 78 TX A&M-Kingsville........68 76 Abilene Christian..............58 96 Angelo State.....................92 80 TX A&M-Commerce*.....61 83 Souhwestern OK*............76 103 East Central*....................80 83 Southeastern OK*............73 90 Cameron*.........................75 80 Northeastern State*..........83 73 Northeastern State*..........59 125 East Central*....................64 90 Southeastern OK*............54 85 Cameron*.........................62 79 TX A&M-Commerce*.....96 76 Southwestern OK*...........68 77 Tarleton State@...........76OT 67 Southwestern@................69 75 Dallas Baptist#.................89 *-LSC North Division game @-Lone Star Tournament Division Champions #-D2 National Tournament 2009-10 (22-7, 11-1*) 116 Emporia State............114OT 69 Rockhurst.........................75 79 Missouri Western..............83 76 Emporia State...................73 96 USAO...............................72 76 Tarleton State....................72 89 Midwestern State..............96 75 Rogers State......................79 93 Abilene Christian..............69 95 Angelo State.....................93 98 Missouri S&T...................70 91 St. Edward’s.....................83 89 Texas A&M-Kingsville....73

105 Eastern New Mexico........76 95 West Texas A&M.............64 106 East Central*....................88 94 Southeastern OK*............62 96 Southwestern OK*...........76 71 Cameron*....................69OT 103 TX A&M-Commerce*.....91 84 Northeastern State*..........50 87 Southwestern OK*...........74 80 Cameron*.........................64 101 TX A&M-Commerce*.....86 74 Northeastern State*..........81 109 East Central*....................79 72 Southeastern OK*............67 79 West Texas A&M@..........80 64 Fort Hays State#...............80 *-LSC North Division game @-Lone Star Tournament Division Champions #-D2 National Tournament 2010-11 (30-4, 11-1*) 85 Southwest Baptist.............57 82 Central Missouri...............79 86 Southern Nazarene...........78 95 Mid-America Christian....75 92 Arlington Baptist..............50 91 Oklahoma Panhandle........59 92 Missouri Western..............86 73 Incarnate Word.................75 79 TX A&M-Kingsville........66 85 Angelo State.....................83 81 Abilene Christian..............53 60 West Texas A&M.............67 103 Eastern New Mexico........85 93 Arkansas-Fort Smith........72 60 Tarleton State....................57 68 Midwestern State..............61 68 Southwestern OK*...........59

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93 Cameron*.........................63 85 TX A&M-Commerce*.....69 71 Southeastern OK*............45 94 East Central*....................56 77 Northeastern State*..........64 87 Southeastern OK*............77 79 TX A&M-Commerce*.....91 74 East Central*....................68 71 Northeastern State*..........56 82 Southwestern OK*...........63 78 Cameron*.........................68 100 Eastern New Mexico@....78 66 West Texas A&M@.....63OT 68 Tarleton State@................52 79 A&M International#....70OT 81 Fort Hays State#...............69 66 Midwestern State#............73 *-LSC North Division game @-Lone Star Tournament Division Champions Conference Champions #-D2 National Tournament 2011-12 (15-11) 77 Northwestern Okla...........58 82 Lincoln.............................67 70 Southwestern OK.............76 65 Tarleton State....................87 91 Cameron...........................81 79 Pittsburg State...................72 70 Emporia State...................71 77 Southwest Baptist.............66 84 USAO...............................56 79 Arkansas Tech..................68 67 Southwestern OK.............75 53 Arkansas Tech..................54 62 Christian Brothers............81 72 Wilmington.......................63 62 Hillsdale...........................79 71 Quincy..............................78 61 Midwestern State..............80

64 Northeastern State......... 53 58 Lindenwood................... 88 80 Arkansas-Fort Smith..... 59 59 Northeastern State......... 52 72 Northeastern State......... 54 72 Central Missouri............ 71 68 Lindenwood................... 56 48 Midwestern State........... 69 89 Northeastern State......... 59 2012-13 (15-14, 11-7*) 88 SW Christian................. 70 66 Oklahoma City.............. 68 84 Mid-America Christian. 87 57 Drury ............................ 87 76 Missouri-St. Louis......... 90 78 Oklahoma Christian....... 80 70 Pittsburg State*.............. 81 88 Southwest Baptist*........ 82 86 Central Washington....... 84 74 Western Washington.... 103 77 Missouri Western*......... 78 72 Washburn*..................... 67 85 Truman State*............... 80 78 Lindenwood*................. 75 71 Northeastern State*....... 80 57 Northwest Missouri*..... 71 77 Emporia State*.............. 71 71 Fort Hays State*............ 78 85 Nebraska-Kearney*....... 75 69 Central Missouri*.......... 67 89 Lincoln*........................ 80 83 Emporia State*.............. 69 92 Pittsburg State*.............. 76 77 Missouri Southern*....... 85 71 Northeastern State*..83OT 76 Missouri Southern*....... 65 103 Southwest Baptist@...... 89 99 Washburn@................... 88 73 Central Missouri@........ 92 *-MIAA game @-MIAA Tournament


2013-14 UCO Basketball National Tournament History Central Oklahoma has qualified for the national tournament 17 times during its 87-year history -- five in NAIA and 12 in NCAA Division II, including the last four in a row. The Bronchos have an all-time record of 18-16 in national tournament games and have made four Elite Eight appearances -- 1961 and 1964 in NAIA, 1992 and 2008 in Division II. A year-by-year look at UCO in the national tournament:

1996-97

1937-38

UCO earned its first-ever national tournament in 1938, opening the NAIA meet with a 43-34 win over Arkansas Teachers before being eliminated by Ambrose (Iowa), 38-36, in the second round.

UCO was the No. 1 seed in the South Central Regional, but was upset by Pittsburg State 90-84 in the first round of the national tournament.

1938-39

UCO came up short in a stirring run at the South Central Regional. The high-scoring Bronchos clipped Texas A&M-Commerce (107-103) and Missouri Western (109-101) to make the finals before falling to host West Texas A&M, 105-101 and finish a 25-7 season.

1997-98

The Bronchos made a repeat trip to the NAIA National Tournament in 1939, but were ousted by Manchester (Ind.), 53-50, in the first round.

1958-59

2002-03

UCO ended a 20-year national tournament drought in 1959 with its third NAIA appearance. The Bronchos defeated Kentucky State 72-65 in the opening round before being knocked out by Pacific Lutheran, 68-57.

UCO’s first playoff appearance in five years ended with a 78-67 loss to Northeastern State in the first round of the South Central Regional.

2004-05

1960-61

UCO had a stellar showing in the 1961 NAIA National Tournament, knocking off St. Norbet (80-73) and Illinois Wesleyan (8452) to make its first-ever Elite Eight appearance before falling to Georgetown (Ky.) 84-83 in the quarterfinals.

The Bronchos routed Washburn 84-66 in the first round of the South Central Regional before losing to host Texas A&M-Commerce 81-73 in the semifinals.

1963-64

UCO qualified for the national tournament for the second straight year, but lost a 75-68 first-round decision to Tarleton State 75-68.

2005-06

Central Oklahoma made it back to the Elite Eight again in 1964 in its final NAIA National Tournament appearance. UCO routed Cedarville (95-40) and Pacific Lutheran (84-72) before bowing to Carson-Newman, 61-55 in the quarterfinals.

2007-08

UCO capped off one of its best-ever seasons with its first Elite Eight appearance since 1992. The Bronchos captured the South Central Regional title with three tough wins, edging Fort Hays State 65-64 in the first round, rallying past Northwest Missouri 73-59 in the semifinals and nipping Tarleton State 77-76 in the finals. UCO’s 28-6 season ended with a 106-104 double-overtime loss to Augusta State in the quarterfinals.

1991-92

UCO ended a 28-year national tournament drought and made a big splash in its first-ever NCAA Division II national tournament in 1992, beating Missouri Western (100-96 in OT) and Washburn (132-114) to win the South Central Regional and make it to the Elite Eight. The Bronchos lost a thrilling 127-124 overtime decision to Bridgeport (Conn.) in the quarterfinals.

2008-09

The Bronchos made their fourth national tournament appearance in five years and were eliminated in the first-round by Dallas Baptist, 89-75.

2009-10

UCO’s third consecutive Division II national tournament showing ended with an 80-64 loss to Fort Hays State in the first round of the South Central Regional.

1992-93

UCO hosted the South Central Regional for the first time, but lost to Washburn 92-88 in the first round. The Bronchos ended the season with a 116-109 triumph over Missouri Southern in the third-place game.

2010-11

UCO hosted the South Central Regional for the first time since 1993 and opened with a 79-70 overtime thriller over Texas A&M International. The Bronchos beat Fort Hays State 81-69 and then dropped a 73-66 decision to Midwestern State before a packed house at Hamilton Field House in finishing a best-ever 30-4 on the season.

1994-95

The Bronchos followed a first-round bye in the South Central Regional with a 94-88 win over Mississippi College before dropping a close 117112 decision to Central Missouri in the finals. 37


2013-14 UCO Basketball UCO Coaching Records Season-by-Season Records Coach C.W. Wantland C.W. Wantland C.W. Wantland C.W. Wantland C.W. Wantland C.W. Wantland C.W. Wantland John Williams Bill Robinson C.J. Crump Pat Taylor Pat Taylor Pat Taylor Pat Taylor Claude E. Reeds Clude E. Reeds Dale Hamilton Dale Hamilton Dale Hamilton Dale Hamilton Gerald Barnett Gerald Barnett Gerald Barnett Gerald Barnett Jim Tyner Jim Tyner Jim Tyner Jim Tyner Jim Tyner Jim Tyner Jim Tyner Al Blevins John Smith John Smith John Smith John Smith Mark Winters Mark Winters Mark Winters Mark Winters Mark Winters Mark Winters Mark Winters Mark Winters Mark Winters Mark Winters

Season 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37* 1937-38*! 1938-39*! 1939-40 1940-41 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53* 1953-54* 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58* 1958-59! 1959-60 1960-61! 1961-62 1962-63* 1963-64*! 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72

Record Pct. 10-4 .714 5-5 .500 2-12 .143 8-12 .400 5-6 .455 2-10 .167 4-8 .333 6-11 .353 7-6 .538 12-5 .706 4-12 .250 7-7 .500 11-7 .611 4-17 .190 11-9 .550 16-7 .696 17-6 .739 16-5 .762 10-12 .455 14-7 .667 9-8 .529 11-7 .611 10-9 .526 11-7 .611 7-15 .318 11-8 .579 17-8 .680 18-6 .750 6-15 .286 18-7 .720 14-11 .560 19-7 .731 21-10 .677 16-7 .696 21-7 .750 12-14 .462 21-6 .778 24-4 .857 15-9 .625 9-14 .391 14-10 .583 17-11 .607 20-11 .645 16-9 .640 1-24 .040 13-14 .481

Coach Mark Winters Mark Winters Mark Winters Mark Winters Mark Winters Mark Winters Eddie Evans Eddie Evans Eddie Evans Eddie Evans Buddy Armstrong Buddy Armstrong Buddy Armstrong Buddy Armstrong Buddy Armstrong Jim Seward Jim Seward Jim Seward Jim Seward Jim Seward Jim Seward Jim Seward Jim Seward Jim Seward Jim Seward Jim Seward Jim Seward Jim Seward Jim Seward Jim Seward Terry Evans Terry Evans Terry Evans Terry Evans Terry Evans Terry Evans Terry Evans Terry Evans Terry Evans Terry Evans Terry Evans

Games 16 14 13 13 12 12

Team Arkansas Baptist Baptist Christian Arkansas Baptist Paul Quinn Arkansas Baptist Oklahoma Panhandle Bartlesville Wesleyan National Christian Southwestern Kansas East Central

Streak-Starter Abilene Christian, 93-69 Oklahoma Baptist, 66-55 Cameron, 99-62 Hardin-Simmons, 61-59 Northeast Missouri, 131-88 Phillips, 26-23

Coaches By Wins

Coach and Tenure Years Record Seward, 1987-02 15 261-165 Winters, 1962-78 16 239-185 Terry Evans, 2002-12 11 223-104 Tyner, 1950-57 7 91-70 Smith, 1958-62 4 70-38 Armstrong, 1982-87 5 63-89 Hamilton, 1937-41 4 57-30 Eddie Evans, 1978-82 4 50-66 Barnett, 1946-50 4 41-31 Wantland, 1921-28 7 36-57 Reeds, 1935-37 2 27-16 Taylor, 1931-35 4 26-43 Blevins, 1957-58 1 19-7 Crump, 1930-31 1 12-5 Robinson, 1929-30 1 7-6 Williams, 1928-29 1 6-11 TOTALS 87 1,237-923

Margin Season   49 1929-30   46 1970-71  45 1922-23   44 1970-71   44 1987-88   41 1954-55  41 1970-71   40 1970-71   36 2001-02   35 Four times

Ended by Northeastern State, 81-74 Carson-Newman, 61-55 West Texas, 105-101 Southeastern, 74-69 Midwestern St., 108-100 East Central, 34-30

Games 22 12 11 9 8

20-Win Seasons

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Team East Central Oral Roberts Southwestern Sam Houston State Pittsburg State Texas A&M-Commerce Southwestern Eastern New Mexico Tarleton State

Longest Losing Streaks

Season(s) 1969-71 1923-24 1934-36 1926-27 1950-51

Pct. .613 .564 .682 .565 .648 .414 .655 .431 .569 .387 .628 .377 .731 .706 .538 .353 .573

Record Season Coach 30-4 2010-11 T. Evans 28-6 2007-08 T. Evans 25-5 1990-91 Seward 25-7 1997-98 Seward 25-7 1991-92 Seward 24-6 2008-09 T. Evans 24-5 1996-97 Seward 24-4 1963-64 Winters 23-6 1992-93 Seward 23-7 1994-95 Seward 22-7 2009-10 T. Evans 22-8 2004-05 T. Evans 21-6 1962-63 Winters 21-7 1960-61 Smith 21-10 1958-59 Smith 20-8 2006-07 T. Evans 20-9 1972-73 Winters 20-9 1985-86 Armstrong 20-11 1968-69 Winters 20-14 1984-85 Armstrong

Largest Margin Of Defeat

Score 158-54 167-77 167-78 149-71 150-73 138-62 147-72 150-83 124-61 125-64

Longest Winning Streaks

Season(s) 2009-10 1963-64 1997-98 1952-52 1992-93 1940-41

Record Pct. 20-9 .690 18-8 .692 13-12 .520 18-11 .621 12-13 .480 8-20 .286 14-14 .500 12-18 .400 12-16 .429 12-18 .400 4-27 .129 10-19 .345 20-14 .588 20-9 .690 9-20 .450 9-18 .333 9-18 .333 12-17 .414 25-5 .833 25-7 .781 23-6 .793 17-10 .630 23-7 .767 19-10 .655 24-5 .828 25-7 .781 16-11 .593 8-17 .320 16-11 .593 10-16 .385 19-10 .655 11-17 .392 22-8 .733 17-13 .567 20-8 .714 28-6 .824 24-6 .800 22-7 .759 30-4 .882 15-11 .577 15-14 .517

*-Oklahoma Collegiate Conference champions &-Lone Star Conference champions #-LSC North Division champions !-National tournament qualifier

Largest Margin Of Victory

Margin Season   104 1995-96   90 1992-93   89 1993-94   78 1991-92   77 1994-95   76 1991-92   75 1994-95 67 2000-01   63 1990-91   61 2008-09

Season 1972-73 1973-74* 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91& 1991-92&! 1992-93&! 1993-94 1994-95&! 1995-96 1996-97&! 1997-98#&! 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03! 2003-04 2004-05#! 2005-06#! 2006-07 2007-08#&! 2008-09#! 2009-10#! 2010-11#&! 2011-12 2012-13

Streak-Starter East Central, 76-67 Northwestern, 24-18 West Texas A&M, 36-26 Phillips, 35-15 Southwest Missouri,  77-57

Score 77-28 102-56 62-17 109-65 114-70 84-43 95-54 105-65 54-90

Ended Against Southeastern, 69-59 Oklahoma Baptist, 20-18 Winfield, 27-24 Oklahoma Baptist, 26-25 Southwestern, 43-39


2013-14 UCO Basketball All-Time Series Records School Abilene Christian Alcorn State Angelo State Arkansas Baptist Arkansas-Fort Smith Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas-Pine Bluff Arkansas State Arkansas Tech Arlington Baptist Athens State Augusta State Austin College Avila College Baptist Bible Baptist Christian Baylor Benedictine Heights Benedictine Bethany Bethel Bishop College Bridgeport BYU-Hawaii California-Pa. Cal Poly-SLO Cal-Riverside Cal State-Bakersfield Cal State-Dominquez Hills Cameron Carson-Newman Cedarville Centenary Central Arkansas Central Missouri Central Washington Chadron State Christian Brothers Clark-Atlanta Colorado Colorado Christian Colorado College Colorado School of Mines Colorado State-Pueblo Corpus Christi Cotner College Dallas Baptist Dallas Denver District of Columbia Doane Drury East Central East Texas Baptist Eastern Illinois

W-L Pct. 28-11 .718 0-1 .000 22-13 .629 5-0 1.000 2-0 1.000 1-1 .500 1-2 .333 0-2 .000 1-2 .333 1-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 1-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 2-0 1.000 0-2 .000 5-1 .833 4-0 1.000 2-0 1.000 3-0 1.000 4-0 1.000 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 1-0 1.000 60-34 .638 0-1 .000 1-0 1.000 2-1 .667 6-2 .750 4-4 .500 1-1 .500 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 1-0 1.000 0-1 .000 2-0 1.000 1-1 .500 2-0 1.000 1-2 .333 0-1 .000 1-0 1.000 1-3 .250 2-0 1.000 1-1 .500 1-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 9-4 .692 77-66 .538 0-4 .000 0-1 .000

School Eastern New Mexico Emporia State Evangel Florida Atlantic Florida Southern Fort Hays State Georgetown Grand Canyon Gustavus Adolphus (Minn.) Harding Hardin-Simmons Hastings Hawaii-Hilo Henderson State Hillsdale Howard Payne Illinois State Illinois Wesleyan Incarnate Word Indiana-Purdue Jarvis Christian John Brown Kansas Wesleyan Kentucky State Kentucky Wesleyan Lamar Lamar Tech Langston Lander Lincoln (Mo.) Lindenwood Lock Haven Louisiana College Louisiana State Louisiana Tech Lubbock Christian Lynn McNeese State McPherson Manchester Mary Hardin-Baylor Marymount Metropolitan State Mid-America Christian Mid-America Nazarene Midland Midwestern State Millersville Missouri S&T Missouri-St. Louis Missouri School of Mines Missouri Southern Missouri Valley Missouri Western Mississippi College 39

W-L Pct. 37-11 .771 16-10 .615 1-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 0-1 .000 3-8 .273 0-1 .000 1-2 .333 1-0 1.000 5-3 .625 1-1 .500 3-0 1.000 1-1 .500 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 2-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 2-2 .500 1-0 1.000 2-0 1.000 2-1 .667 0-1 .000 1-0 1.000 0-1 .000 0-3 .000 1-0 1.000 44-25 .638 1-0 1.000 2-0 1.000 2-1 .667 1-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 1-1 .500 0-1 .000 1-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 0-1 .000 2-1 .667 0-1 .000 1-0 1.000 0-3 .000 0-1 .000 4-1 .800 1-1 .500 1-0 1.000 23-29 .442 1-0 1.000 2-2 .500 0-2 .000 1-0 1.000 4-2 .667 0-1 .000 5-8 .385 1-0 1.000


2013-14 UCO Basketball All-Time Series Records School Montana State-Billings Morningside National Christian Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Omaha Newman New Mexico Highlands New Mexico State New Mexico Northeast Louisiana Northeastern State Northern Colorado Northern Kentucky North Texas Northwest Missouri Northwestern Northwestern Oklahoma Oakland City Oklahoma Baptist Oklahoma Christian Oklahoma City Oklahoma Panhandle Oklahoma State Oklahoma Oklahoma Wesleyan Okmulgee Tech Olivet Nazarene Oral Roberts Ouachita Baptist Pacific Lutheran Pan American Paul Quinn Peru Phillips Pittsburg State Quincy Rockhurst Rogers State Rollins St. Ambrose St. Benedict St. Edward’s St. Joseph St. Martin’s St. Mary’s (Kan.) St. Mary’s (Texas) St. Norbet Sacred Heart Sam Houston State Santa Fe

School Science & Arts of Oklahoma Seattle-Pacific Slippery Rock South Dakota State Southern Nazarene South Dakota Southern Indiana Southern Utah Southeastern Oklahoma Southern Connecticut SIU-Edwardsville Southwest Baptist Southwestern Christian Southwestern Kansas Southwest Missouri Southwest Texas State Southwestern Oklahoma Southwestern Texas Springfield St. Gregory’s Stephen F. Austin Stonehill Sul Ross Tabor Tampa Tarleton State Texas A&M-Commerce Texas A&M International Texas A&M-Kingsville Texas Christian Texas College Texas Tech Texas Wesleyan Texas-El Paso Troy State Truman State Tulsa University of Ozarks Virginia Union Washburn Wayland Baptist Wayne State Westminster West Texas A&M Western New Mexico Western Washington Wichita State Wiley Wilmington Wingate

W-L Pct. 1-3 .250 2-1 .667 1-0 1.000 5-0 1.000 0-1 .000 2-1 .667 2-0 1.000 0-1 .000 1-1 .500 1-1 .500 86-51 .628 1-1 .500 1-0 1.000 1-4 .250 2-6 .250 0-1 .000 72-38 .655 1-0 1.000 51-53 .490 9-29 .237 17-28 .378 28-12 .700 3-9 .250 0-1 .000 4-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 0-3 .000 5-1 .833 1-1 .500 2-0 1.000 6-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 58-43 .574 12-10 .545 0-1 .000 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 1-1 .500 0-1 .000 1-0 1.000 2-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 7-2 .778 3-5 .400 1-0 1.000 1-1 .500 1-3 .250 1-0 1.000

Bold - 2013-14 opponent

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W-L Pct. 14-7 .667 1-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 13-18 .419 1-0 1.000 1-1 .500 0-1 .000 76-71 .517 1-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 6-3 .667 1-0 1.000 12-6 .667 4-8 .333 0-1 .000 80-78 .506 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 5-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 3-1 .750 0-1 .000 19-11 .633 40-27 .597 1-0 1.000 22-15 .595 1-2 .333 3-0 1.000 0-3 .000 2-1 .667 1-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 12-8 .600 3-1 .750 1-0 1.000 12-7 .632 0-2 .000 1-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 22-25 .468 1-0 1.000 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 1-0 1.000 1-0 1.000 1-0 1.000


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About UCO


2013-14 UCO Basketball The University The University of Central Oklahoma prepares future leaders in an opportunityrich environment, ideally located in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. Central offers an innovative learning community where teaching comes first and students develop personal relationships with faculty and staff who are committed to transforming lives. With 114 undergraduate majors and 54 graduate programs, Central is a smart investment for students dedicated to their future success. Central is home to students from throughout Oklahoma, as well as all 50 states and more than 100 countries. Among Central’s many unique and notable academic programs are Forensic Science, Accounting, Music Theater, Professional Golf Management, Jazz Studies, Mass Communication, Nursing, and Funeral Science. Central is: • Home to the world-renown Forensic Science Institute, which attracts experts from throughout the world to teach students and law enforcement professionals the latest techniques in crime fighting • Rated by The Chronicle of Higher Education as one of the “2010 Great Colleges to Work For” • Winner of multiple national and statewide awards for sustainability efforts • An official Olympic and Paralympic Training Site, as designated by the U.S. Olympic Committee • Home to the Academy of Contemporary Music at UCO, located in Oklahoma City’s Bricktown district • Partnered with Chesapeake Energy to build the CHK-Central Boathouse on the Oklahoma River, which will house Central’s rowing team as well as an entertainment venue and an art gallery • Home to 2008 Carnegie Foundation Professor of the Year, Dr. Wei Chen • Ranked among the top universities nationally in residence life In Fall 2010, Central opened the new state-of-the-art Center for Transformative Learning, a classroom building designed intentionally to encourage collaboration and creativity in its learning spaces. In addition, Central’s appealing 210-acre campus is on track to become a certified botanical garden, offering both a pleasing learning and living environment and a source of pride for students, employees and alumni. Founded in 1890, the University of Central Oklahoma is the state’s first public institution of higher learning, and continues to cultivate creativity and innovation in every corner of campus, bringing to life its core values of Character, Community and Civility each day.

UCO Quick Facts

Founded: December 24, 1890 Location: Edmond, Oklahoma President: Dr. Don Betz Enrollment: 17,101 Faculty: More than 400 full-time professors with an additional 380 professionals from the community serving as adjunct faculty. A full 75 percent of faculty members have earned doctorates. Student/Faculty Ratio: 19:1 Student Representation: Students come from all 50 states and more than 100 countries. Academic Divisions: Five undergraduate colleges and a college of graduate studies and research. Degrees: UCO awards 10 bachelor’s degrees with 114 undergraduate majors and 112 options. There are six master’s degrees with 24 majors and 47 options. UCO also offers a Funeral Service Certificate Program. School Calendar: Two 16-week semesters (fall and spring) and an 8-week summer session. Library: The Chambers Library exceeds 1.4 million volumes of books, microforms, periodicals and government documents. Organizations: More than 200 clubs and organizations on campus. Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools; Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs; National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education; American Speech and Hearing Association; American Dietetic Association; American Chemical Society; National League of Nursing and other professional program organizations.

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2013-14 UCO Basketball Athletic Administration President Dr. Don Betz Now in his third year as Central Oklahoma’s president is Dr. Don Betz, who became the school’s 20th president in August 2011 after having previously served as UCO’s Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs from 1999-2005. President Betz developed several initiatives and programs that helped transform Central into one of the leading metropolitan universities in the nation during his first stint at the school and he’s been the driving force in making UCO a destination of choice in higher education since his return to campus. President Betz has enjoyed a distinguished career in higher education that spans more than 40 years, developing a reputation for teaching and encouraging students, leadership development and diplomacy through his international activities, most notably with the United Nations and its affiliated non-government organizations. Prior to returning to UCO, he served as president of Northeastern State, a post he held for three years. He also served as Chancellor at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls from 2005 until his appointment at NSU and as Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Palmer College (Iowa) from 1994-1999. In the 23 years prior, he fulfilled various capacities at NSU, including the Vice President of University Relations and Professor of Political Science. While at NSU, he also was the Executive Director of the Educational Foundation, Assistant to the President, Dean of Continuing Education and Special Programs, Director of the Sequoyah Institute/Center for Tribal Studies, the founder and advisor of the university’s President’s Leadership Class and its Model United Nations program. From 1982 through 2003, President Betz worked for and with the United Nations on Middle East issues. He founded and chaired the International Coordinating Committee on the Question of Palestine (ICCP), a UN-affiliated non-governmental organization (NGO) network pursuing peace in the Middle East based on UN resolutions. A frequent writer and speaker, Dr. Betz has addressed international, educational, motivational topics, and has worked with newspapers, radio and television. His life-long interest in global issues and his passion for promoting cross-cultural understanding has led him to more than 80 countries. While president at NSU, he served as the chair of the Northeast Oklahoma Public Facility Authority, board member for BancFirst in Tahlequah, the Tahlequah Area Chamber of Commerce, Creative Oklahoma, Inc., and chair of the Regional University System of Oklahoma Council of Presidents. He is a member of the Oklahoma Academy, Leadership Oklahoma, Universities and Colleges President’s Climate Commitment, International Association of University Presidents and has served as Chairman of AASCU’s International Education Committee. President Betz received his B.A. in Political Science and Philosophy from the University of San Francisco and his M.A. and Ph.D. in International Studies from the Graduate School of International Studies at the University of Denver. He also completed Harvard University’s Institute for Educational Management.

Serving in his sixth year as athletic director at Central Oklahoma is Joe Muller, who has helped return the Bronchos to national prominence in NCAA Division II. UCO won its first-ever women’s national championship in softball last spring and finished 27th among more than 300 Division II schools in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings for 201213. That’s the highest finish in 15 years for the Bronchos and the athletic department’s fund-raising efforts have reached new heights. Muller brought a wealth of Division I experience when he became just the seventh athletic director in school history in July of 2008 after previous stints at Oklahoma State and Purdue. Joe served as senior associate athletic director for external relations at Purdue for two years before coming to UCO. He oversaw all facets of external relations while at Purdue, including development, marketing and promotions and the John Purdue Club. A graduate of Stillwater High School, Joe earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from OSU. He served as director of athletic marketing and promotions at OSU from 1985-90 and then was involved in the television industry for more than a decade. Muller returned to Oklahoma State in 2002 as associate athletic director, serving in that capacity until going to Purdue. His duties included all development activities of the athletic department and under Muller’s watch, OSU raised over $90 million to renovate its football stadium, set football attendance records in 2003, ’04 and ’05 and had all-sport ticket revenues increase more than 115 percent. Joe is married (Julie) and has three sons (Jaxon, Brandon and Matthew). 43


2013-14 UCO Basketball Senior Associate Athletic Director Scott Williams Scott Williams is in his fourth year as Central Oklahoma’s senior associate athletic director, coming to Edmond in December of 2009 after a nearly five-year stint at Oklahoma State. His main duties include overseeing UCO’s athletic facilities and the day-to-day operations of the athletic department and he was the event manager for three NCAA Division II regional tournaments the Bronchos hosted in 2011-12 -- soccer, wrestling and softball. Williams was associate athletic director for compliance at OSU for three years, overseeing the entire compliance program. He spent the previous two years at OSU as assistant athletic director for compliance, with the responsibility of seven varsity programs. Scott spent seven years as assistant athletic director for compliance at Oral Roberts before going to OSU. He was responsible for all compliance-related matters in addition to supervising eight varsity programs and coordinating all event management activities for home athletic events at ORU. A 1995 graduate of OSU, Williams earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Oklahoma in 1998 and worked in the University of Kansas athletic department before going to ORU. Scott, a product of Deer Creek High School outside Edmond, is married (Tammy) and has four children (J.R., Matthew, Hannah and Luke).

Athletic Compliance Darnell Smith Serving as Central Oklahoma’s Director of Athletic Compliance is Darnell Smith, who took over the position in June of 2010 after serving in the same capacity at the University of New Mexico. A native of San Antonio, Texas, Smith was a four-year member of the Oklahoma State football team from 2002-06 at defensive end. He was a three-time recipient of the Arthur Ashe Scholar award at OSU and also earned second-team honors on the ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America Team. Darnell was named OSU’s Outstanding Senior and earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from there. He served as a graduate assistant in the OSU compliance office in 2007-08 and worked as a management development trainee for the United States Olympic Committee from June 2008 to February 2009. Smith went to New Mexico in February of 2009 and was there until coming to UCO. He is married (Candace).

Athletic Marketing Brandon Baker

Athletic Tickets Gunner Poff

In his third year with the Central Oklahoma athletic department is Brandon Baker, who is responsible for corporate sponsorships and marketing for athletic events on the UCO campus, working with local, regional and national businesses to create memorable experiences for both fans and sponsors. Baker was at the Oklahoma City RedHawks for 10 years before coming to UCO, working with corporate sponsorships, baseball operations, game-day experience and ticket office manager. He spent two years prior to that with the West Tennessee Diamond Jaxx, a minor league affiliate of the Chicago Cubs. A native of Fulton, Mo., Baker is a University of Missouri graduate and was involved with the Mizzou chapter of Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Baker is married (Erin) and has two sons (Benjamin and Evan).

Gunnar Poff is in his fourth year with the Central Oklahoma Athletic Department, coordinating ticket sales for the Bronchos while also assisting in a host of other roles related to game-day operations. A native of Sayre, Poff earned his bachelor’s degree in health and physical education from Southwestern Oklahoma in 2007. Gunnar was a pitcher on the baseball team while at SWOSU. He went on to earn a master’s of education in intercollegiate athletics administration in 2009 from the University of Oklahoma, working in the office of event management during his tenure with the Sooners. Poff is married (Tessa) and has two daughters (Presley and Piper).

Athletic Business Britni Brannon

Athletic Compliance Jeremy Rogers

Britni Brannon is in her second year at Central Oklahoma, serving as business manager for the athletic department as well as the senior women’s administrator. An Oklahoma native, Brannon graduated from UCO in 2002 and spent the next five years working for an audio/visual company doing marketing, advertising and materials management. A Certified Procurement Officer with the State of Oklahoma, Brannon returned to UCO in 2007 as a Buyer II in the Purchasing, Payment Services & Travel department and was in that capacity until moving to the athletic department. Britni is married (Todd) and has one son (Alex).

Jeremy Rogers joined the Central Oklahoma Athletic Department in November of 2012 as Compliance Coordinator. A native of Medford, Rogers played football for four years at Southern Nazarene and earned all-conference honors at tight end as a senior. He graduated SNU in 2007 with a degee in sports managment. Jeremy went on to law school at Oklahoma, earning his juris doctor degree there. He worked as an intern in the compliance department and Office of Legal Counsel while at OU. Jeremy is married (Rachel) and has an infant son (Mason).

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2013-14 UCO Basketball Media Information Broadcast Service

UCO Athletic Media Relations

One courtesy line (405-974-3185) is available for the visiting team’s flagship radio station, with space available for two people. All line charges are the responsibility of the visiting station.

The Central Oklahoma Athletic Media Relations Office is under the direction of Mike Kirk, whose main duty is to keep local, state and national media informed about UCO’s 14 varsity sports. Kirk is in his 26th year with the Bronchos, coming to UCO in November 1987. Mike started his career in sports information as a student assistant at Oklahoma State University, where he worked for four years before graduating in 1982 with a journalism degree. He was a sports writer at newspapers in McAlester and Lawton for five years before starting his UCO career on Nov. 2, 1987. An active member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) who has served on several committees during his career, Kirk worked as the Press Information Manager for wrestling at the 1996 Olympic Games. He is in his fourth year as a member of the NCAA Division II Wrestling Championships Committee, including his second as the chair. Kirk was inducted into the Oklahoma Chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame for Lifetime Achievement in the fall of 2012. Kirk has received 58 CoSIDA publication awards at UCO, including 27 Best in the Nation citations. Mike is married (Debbie) and has two children (Alex and Jessica).

Interview Policy

To arrange a player or coach interview prior to game day please contact the UCO Athletic Media Relations Office so that a time convenient for both parties can be arranged.

Media Outlets Edmond

Edmond Evening Sun ............................................................ 341-2121 PO Box 2470, Edmond 73083 Sports Editor Edmond Life and Leisure ....................................................... 340-3311 107 S Broadway, Edmond 73034 Steve Gust, sports editor The Vista ................................................................................ 974-5570 UCO, Communications Bldg., Edmond 73034 Sports Editor

UCO Athletic Media Specialist

KCSU-TV 29 ......................................................................... 974-2589 UCO, Communications Annex, Edmond 73034 Sports Director

In his second year as the Media Specialist for the Central Oklahoma Athletic Department is veteran broadcaster David Garrett. Garrett oversees production of UCO Athletics’ enhanced presence on the internet, radio, and television. He has been UCO’s football radio play-byplay announcer since 2007 and also does several audio webcasts for men’s and women’s basketball, baseball and softball. A native of Henryetta, Garrett began his play-byplay career in high school and through a 38-year career has called college games in various sports for Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and others in addition to doing dozens of high school championships and all-star games. David also served as the voice of the New Orleans Saints in 1992 and the Dallas Cowboys in 1995, winning the 1996 KATIE Award from the Dallas Press Club for his broadcast of the Cowboys’ 27-17 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XXX. Garrett also won “Best Play-By-Play/Large Market” from the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters for his UCO football broadcasts in 2008, ’09, and ’10. David is married (Rajeana) and has two daughters (Allison and Alicia).

Oklahoma City

The Oklahoman ...................................................................... 475-3314 PO Box 25125, Oklahoma City 73125 Mike Sherman, sports editor; Scott Munn, assistant sports editor Associated Press ..................................................................... 236-0663 500 N. Broadway, Oklahoma City 73102 Sports Editor KFOR-TV (NBC)................................................................... 478-6366 PO Box 14068, Oklahoma City 73113 Bob Barry Jr., sports director KOCO-TV (ABC) .................................................................. 478-6681 PO Box 14555, Oklahoma City 73113 Bryan Keating, sports director

Press Credentials

KOKH-TV (Fox) ................................................................... 843-2525 1228 E. Wilshire Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK, 73111 Myron Patton, sports director

Photographers

KSBI-TV ................................................................................ 470-8306 P.O. Box 720553, Oklahoma City, OK 73172 Mark Van Paasschen, sports director

Media representatives wanting to cover a home game at Hamilton Field House should contact the UCO Athletic Media Relations Office (405-974-2142) in order to be placed on a pass list. No press parking is available at Hamilton Field House. Working space for photographers working games at Hamilton Field House is restricted to the photographers’ box at each end of the court. No one is permitted in front of the official table, either team’s bench or from any floor-level position at any time after the competition begins, including timeouts. Tripods and the attachment of strobes or other photography equipment to a backboard or goal standard is also prohibited.

KWTV (CBS)........................................................................ 841-9954 PO Box 14159, Oklahoma City 73113 Dean Blevins, sports director

Tulsa

Press Service

Tulsa World ..................................................................(918) 581-8355 PO Box 1770, Tulsa 74102 Michael Peters, sports editor

Limited press seating is available on the north side of the Hamilton Field House court. Please call (405-974-2142) to reserve a seat. Game statistics will be distributed to the media immediately after each game.

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2013-14 UCO Basketball Hamilton Field House Central Oklahoma plays all its home basketball games inside Hamilton Field House, which opened its doors on Jan. 8, 1965 when the UCO men’s team downed intrastate rival Northeastern State 64-52. The Bronchos have a 431-173 (71.4 percent) home record in 48 and 1/2 years at Hamilton Field House, including an impressive 259-46 mark (.84.9) over the past 24 seasons. UCO has won 82 of its last 94 home games. Hamilton Field was re-named from Broncho Field House on May 1, 1993 in honor of long-time UCO coach and athletic director Dale Hamilton, who helped design the building in the 1960s. The facility underwent extensive renovation before the 2001-02 season, with new chairback seats installed around floor level. Hamilton Field House is also the home facility for the volleyball and wrestling teams and numerous other events, including the university’s graduation ceremonies, are also held in the building.

Hamilton Field House Records Men Team

Most Points, One Team: 167, UCO vs. Arkansas Baptist, Nov. 20, 1993 and UCO vs. Baptist Christian, Jan. 18, 1993. Most Points, Combined: 263, UCO (134) vs. Abilene Christian (129), Feb. 26, 1998. Most Points, One Half: 89, UCO vs. Arkansas Baptist, Nov. 20, 1993 (2nd). Largest Winning Margin: 104, UCO (158) over Arkansas Baptist (54), Dec. 9, 1995. Field Goals Made: 67, UCO vs. Arkansas Baptist, Nov. 20, 1993 (att. 111) and UCO vs. Baptist Christian, Jan. 18, 1993 (att. 119). Field Goals Attempted: 119, UCO vs. Baptist Christian, Jan. 18, 1993 (made 67). 3-Point Field Goals Made: 28, UCO vs. East Central, Feb. 11, 2009. 3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 57, UCO vs. East Central, Feb. 11, 2009. Free Throws Made: 47, UCO vs. Dallas, Nov. 17, 1990 (att. 70). Free Throws Attempted: 70, UCO vs. Dallas, Nov. 17, 1990 (made 47). Rebounds: 76, UCO vs. Baptist Christian, Jan. 18, 1993. Steals: 24, UCO vs. Mid-America Bible, Nov. 21, 2001. Assists: 42, UCO vs. Baptist Christian, Jan. 18, 1993). Blocked Shots: 14, UCO vs. Arkansas Baptist, Nov. 20, 1993.

Individual

Points: 52, Eddie Robinson, UCO vs. Southwestern Oklahoma, Feb. 6, 1999. Field Goals Made: 19, Eddie Robinson, UCO, vs. Southwestern Oklahoma Feb. 16, 1999 (att. 32). Field Goals Attempted: 33, Randle Benton, Langston, Dec. 5, 1987 (made 15). 3-Point Field Goals Made: 11, Shawn Williams, UCO vs. NebraskaKearney, Dec. 10, 1990 (att. 21). 3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 21, Shawn Williams, UCO vs. NebraskaKearney, Dec. 10, 1990 (made 11). Free Throws Made: 23, Alex Wright, UCO vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, Feb. 5, 1992 (att. 25). Free Throws Attempted: 26, Tyshon Fisher, UCO vs. Midwestern State, Feb. 10, 1996 (made 19). Rebounds: 25, Tony Bolar, UCO, vs. Eastern New Mexico, Jan. 12, 1974. Steals: 8, twice. Assists: 17, Zoderick Green, UCO vs. Tarleton State, Feb. 25, 1995. Blocks: 8, Johnny Tyson, UCO, vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, Jan. 29, 1994.

Women Team

Most Points, One Team: 106, UCO vs. Midwestern State, Dec. 2, 2008 and vs. Newman, Nov. 26, 1996. Most Points, Combined: 204, UCO (105) over Texas A&M-Kingsville (96), Feb. 20, 1989. Most Points, One Half: 65, UCO vs. Midwestern State, Dec. 2, 2008 (first). Largest Winning Margin: 71, UCO (106) over Newman (35), Nov. 26, 1996. Field Goals Made: 41, Oklahoma City, Jan. 25, 1982 (att. 86) and OCU, Dec. 1, 1980 (att. 93). Field Goals Attempted: 93, Angelo State, Feb. 21, 1994 (made 40) and Oklahoma City, Dec. 1, 1980 (made 41). 3-Point Field Goals Made: 16, East Central, Jan. 29, 2011 (att. 41) and West Texas A&M, Feb. 1, 1996 (att. 27). 3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 41, East Central, Jan. 29, 2011 (made 16). Free Throws Made: 41, UCO vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, Feb. 20, 1989 (att. 55). Free Throws Attempted: 55, UCO vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, Feb. 20, 1989 (made 41). Rebounds: 66, Abilene Christian, Jan. 23, 1989. Steals: 24, UCO vs. Cameron, Jan. 31, 2009. Assists: 34, UCO vs. Cameron, Feb. 15, 1984. Blocked Shots: 14, UCO vs. Newman, Feb. 4, 2012.

Individual

Points: 46, Tammy Cummings, UCO vs. Angelo State, Feb. 21, 1994. Field Goals Made: 20, Tammy Cummings, UCO vs. Angelo State, Feb. 21, 1994 (att. 37). Field Goals Attempted: 37, Tammy Cummings, UCO vs. Angelo State, Feb. 21, 1994 (made 20). 3-Point Field Goals Made: 7, four times. Most recent: Julie Metheny, UCO vs. Northeastern State, Jan. 8, 2000. 3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 16, Ashley Gray, Abilene Christian, Dec. 2, 1999 (made 4). Free Throws Made: 18, Renee Renz, Texas Woman’s, Feb. 18, 2009 (att. 19). Free Throws Attempted: 19, Renee Renz, Texas Woman’s, Feb. 18, 2009 (made 18). Rebounds: 26, Tricia Hampton, Angelo State, Feb. 21, 1994. Steals: 11, Patti Komalty, UCO vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, Feb. 3, 1982. Assists: 14, Deanna English, Science & Arts of Oklahoma, Jan. 21, 1984. Blocks: 10, Brandai Prince, Angelo State, Feb. 21, 1994.

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2013-14 UCO Basketball About Edmond Edmond is located in the heart of Oklahoma, just north of the state capital in Oklahoma City, and has a population of over 80,000 as one of the fastest growing cities in the state. Edmond has the best of both worlds including easy access to the city with just enough distance to maintain a close-knit community atmosphere. The city offers outstanding hotels, nostalgic shopping areas and conveniently located attractions for your enjoyment. Known for its outstanding golf courses, Edmond has hosted some of the most exciting PGA and celebrity events in the past two decades at world-famous Oak Tree Golf Club. Edmond is the fastest growing, most economically dynamic city in Oklahoma. Thriving technology firms, diverse retail and commercial opportunities, and small corporate office headquarters have enhanced our reputation as the affluent residential suburb to the metropolitan area. The local economy is booming. Retail trade has doubled just since 1990, commercial building permits continue at a record pace, and national retailers are building Edmond locations at an unparalleled rate. Home values have appreciated significantly, with MultiList average sales prices increasing 19.5% since 1994. Home sales are brisk, with average time on the market of close to 90 days for most price ranges. New home and commercial construction have contributed nearly a billion dollars to the economy since 1994 alone. There are many more activities in Edmond, with a variety of music, art, theatre, water and sporting events that make for spectacular family fun. Edmond is also just minutes south of historic Guthrie, which offers a variety of cozy bed-and-breakfast establishments along with the Lazy-E-Arena that is home to a number of rodeo events every year.

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2013-14 UCO Basketball The Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association

Central Oklahoma is in its second year as a member of the MidAmerica Intercollegiate Athletics Association. The MIAA, a 15-member conference of NCAA Division II institutions in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and Oklahoma, was first organized in 1912 as the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association. Over the past 100 years, the MIAA has gained the reputation of being one of the top NCAA Division II conferences in the nation. MIAA schools have won 15 NCAA team championships and, since 1964, over 160 individual national titles. The MIAA currently conducts championships in eight sports for men and nine for women. For the men, champions are crowned in football, cross country, basketball, indoor and outdoor track & field, baseball, tennis and golf. The women compete for titles in volleyball, cross country, soccer, basketball, indoor and outdoor track & field, softball, golf and tennis. The MIAA turned a new page on July 1, 1992, when the NCAA Division II conference changed its name from the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association to the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association. The decision to make the change originated in 1989, when Pittsburg State and Washburn became the first schools outside the state of Missouri to gain membership in the MIAA. The conference was first organized in 1912 with 14 member institutions. Of those original members, Central Missouri, Truman State and Northwest Missouri State still remain a part of the MIAA. The first change in membership came in 1924, when the MIAA reorganized to include only the five regional Missouri state colleges: Central Missouri, Truman (at the time known as Northeast Missouri

State), Northwest Missouri, Southeast Missouri State and Southwest Missouri State (now Missouri State). Over the next 56 years, three schools joined the membership: Missouri School of Mines (later Missouri-Rolla) in 1935, Lincoln in 1970 and the Missouri-St. Louis in 1980. Ken Jones became the first full-time commissioner of the MIAA in 1981 and would be in the position for 16 years, retiring in 1997. Ralph McFillen succeeded Jones, serving 10 years before his retirement in 2007. Jim Johnson succeeded McFillen in July of that year and served as commissioner until September of 2010, when Dr. Bob Boerigter took over. Southwest Baptist brought membership back to eight schools in 1986, before the major expansion of the conference in 1989. Pittsburg State, Washburn, Missouri Southern and Missouri Western began competition in the 1989-90 season. Southeast Missouri State left the MIAA following the 1990-91 season and was replaced by Emporia State in the 1991-92 season. Missouri-St. Louis departed the MIAA in 1996, Missouri-Rolla left in 2005 and Lincoln forfeited its membership in 1999. Fort Hays State joined the MIAA in 2006, NebraskaOmaha entered the league in 2008 and Lincoln re-joined the conference in 2010. On July 29, 2010, the MIAA CEO Council voted to extend invitations to UCO and Northeastern State to become members of the league and on Sept. 24, 2010 it voted to extend invitations to Nebraska-Kearney and Lindenwood. Nebraska-Omaha left the league in 2011 and Truman State did the same last year, which left the conference with 14 schools. Truman will remain an MIAA associate member in wrestling, with Newman joining the MIAA in that capacity.

Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association Address: 114 West 11th Street (Suite 105), Kansas City, Mo. 64105 Phone: (816) 421-MIAA (6422) Media Relations Fax: (816) 421-6429 Website: www.themiaa.com Commissioner: Dr. Bob Boerigter Assistant Commissioner for Championships and Business Development: Larry House Assistant Commissioner for Compliance and Internal Operations: Amber Feldman Director of Communications: Josh Saughter

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2013-14 broncho basketball nov. 12 southwestern christian Nov. 14 Oklahoma City Nov. 16 Southern Nazarene Nov. 19 Oklahoma Christian nov. 25 science and arts (okla.) UCO ClassiC nov. 29 southern nazarene nov. 30 oklahoma city Dec. 5 Lindenwood* Dec. 7 Lincoln* Dec. 19 central Missouri* Dec. 21 Missouri Western* Jan. 4 Northwest Missouri* Jan. 8 Missouri southern* Jan. 11 southwest baptist* Jan. 16 Fort hays state* Jan. 18 nebraska-kearney* Jan. 23 Washburn* Jan. 26 Emporia State* Feb. 1 Pittsburg state* Feb. 6 Northeastern State* Feb. 8 Pittsburg State* Feb. 13 Washburn* Feb. 15 emporia state* Feb. 22 northeastern state* Feb. 26 Fort Hays State* Feb. 28 Nebraska- Kearney*

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bold–Home games played at Hamilton Field House *–Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association game

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Facts and figures on Central Oklahoma men's basketball team

2013-14 UCO Basketball  

Facts and figures on Central Oklahoma men's basketball team

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