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2009-10 Detroit Titans Basketball Contents Media Information __________ 1 Quick Facts, Television, Covering The Titans, The City of Detroit

Meet The Coaches _________ 11 Coach McCallum’s Record, Community Service, Clinics and Camps, Assistant Coaches

2010 Titans Basketball _____ 39 Season Preview, Titan Veterans and Newcomers

Credits The 2009-10 Titan Basketball media guide is a publication of the UDM Sports Information Office, 4001 WestMcNichols Rd., Detroit, MI 48221. Editor: Mark Engel Editorial Assistance: P.J. Gradowski, along with Maggie Walsh, Scott Kretzmann and the Titan basketball staff Cover Design: Jeff Mitchell Photography: Einstein Photo, Tim Busch, Mike Alberts, Ronald Harper, Mark Cowan, Dan Graschuck, Art Landino, Downtown Detroit Partnership, Bob Campbell, NBAE/ Getty Images Printing: ArborOakland Group, of Royal Oak, MI

2009 In Review ____________ 65 Wrap-up, Statistics, Results, Box Scores

The Horizon League _______ 78 League History, Titan Award Winners, Composite Schedule, The HLN

Meet The Opponents _______ 89 Team Information, Series Records vs. 2009 Opponents

Titan Record Book ________ 95 Team and Individual Records, 1,000 Point Club, Titan Tradition, All-Time Scores, Post-Season History

This Is UDM _____________ 131 Our Story, Campus Leaders, Academics, Athletic Staff, Points of Titan Pride

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Titans Basketball No. Name Pos. Ht. 0 Xavier Keeling F 6-7 1 Chase Simon G 6-6 3 Lamar Lee G 6-0 4 Curtis Eatmon G 6-4 5 Donavan Foster G 5-10 11 Woody Payne G 5-11 15 Thomas Kennedy F 6-7 24 Eulis Stephens G 6-5 25 Jordan Fee G 6-3 30 Eugene Blue F 6-8 32 Eli Holman C 6-10 33 John Hoskins F 6-10 35 Jason Calliste G 6-2 42 **LaMarcus Lowe F-C 6-10 (**redshirting in 2009-10 as a transfer)

Wt. 235 200 170 180 160 165 210 190 195 260 255 210 165 200

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

Hometown/High School/Previous School Huntsville, AL/J.O. Johnson/Wallace State (AL) CC Detroit, MI/Community/Central Michigan Lafayette, IN/Jefferson/Highland (IL) CC Rancho Cucamonga, CA/Los Osos/Citrus (CA) College Chicago, IL/Curie Inkster, MI/Ypsilanti Detroit, MI/Southeastern/Mott (MI) CC Detroit, MI/Southeastern Grove City, PA/Grove City/U.S.A.F Academy Prep Flint, MI/Northern/Pensacola (FL) CC Richmond, CA/Richmond/Indiana Warren, MI/Conner Creek Scarborough, ON/Quality Education Academy Flint, MI/Northwestern/Western Michigan

Head Coach: Ray McCallum Assistant Coaches: Carlos Briggs, Jay Smith, Derek Thomas Director of Basketball Operations: Will Finch Graduate Manager: Mike Faletti

UDM Athletics Directory Mailing Address .................................... 4001 West McNichols Road, ................................................................................ Detroit, MI 48221 Titan Basketball Office ............................................. (313) 993-1731 Basketball Office Fax ................................................ (313) 993-1733 Athletic Department .................................................. (313) 993-1700 Athletic Department Fax ............................................ (313) 993-2449 Sports Information Office ......................................... (313) 993-1745 Sports Information Fax .............................................. (313) 993-1765

Follow the Titans On The Internet Updates on Detroit men’s basketball are available throughout the year at UDM’s official Athletic Department web site:

DetroitTitans.com

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To The Media Since the consolidation of the University of Detroit and Mercy College of Detroit in 1990, UDM athletic teams have found themselves referred to in many different forms. In order to maintain consistency, we ask that the media and our opponents continue to refer to us as UDM or use Detroit or Detroit Titans, and eliminate the use of such abbreviations as U-D, U of D Mercy, Detroit Mercy, etc. Thank you for your cooperation and your continuing coverage of the Detroit Titans.


UDM Quick Facts

The University

Basketball Staff ............................. (313) 993-1731

Location .................................................................. Detroit, MI Enrollment ....................................................................... 5,700 Founded ............................................................................ 1877 Affiliation .................................................... NCAA Division I Conference ...................................................... Horizon League Nickname ........................................................................ Titans School Colors ......................................... Red, White and Blue President ................................. Fr. Gerard L. Stockhausen, S.J. Faculty Athletics Representative ......................... Erick Barnes

Head Basketball Coach ........ Ray McCallum (Ball State ’83) School Record .................................................... 7-23 (1 Year) Career Record ............................................ 177-172 (11 Years) Assistant Coaches ....................... Carlos Briggs (Baylor ’93), ..................................... Jay Smith (Saginaw Valley State ’84), .................................. Derek Thomas (Missouri St. Louis ’89) Director of Basketball Op’s ................ Will Finch (Indiana ’07) Graduate Manager ..... Mike Faletti (Saginaw Valley State ’05) Administrative Assistant ................................... Stacey Barns

Titan Athletics Staff ....................... (313) 993-1700

The Titans

Athletic Director ................................................... Keri Gaither Senior Associate A.D. ............................... Daron Montgomery Assistant A.D. for Facilities ................................. Glenn Knott Assistant A.D for NCAA Compliance ................. Steve Corder Assistant A.D./Business/SWA ............................. Teri Kromrei Director of Marketing and Promotions .... Brandon Longmeier Director of Ticket Operations/Sales ................... Greg Haapala Office Manager ...................................................... Lezly Pruitt Administrative Interns ........ Emily Vannice, Michelle Cordero Olympic Sports Office Administrator .................. Anita Foster Assistant Facilities Manager ................................... Craig Yust Facilities Assistant .............................................. Jarrett Alford Assistant Business/Ticket Manager ...................... Phuong Le Academics/Asst. Compliance Coordinator ........... Amy Paling Compliance Graduate Assistant .............................. Joe Moore Strength and Conditioning Coach ........................... Joe Tofferi Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach ....... Nick Wilson Strength and Conditioning Assistants ............... Adam Gentry, ......................................................................... Stephanie Lieto Head Athletic Trainer ......................................... Michael Miller Assistant Athletic Trainers ........................... Chris Hinderliter, ...................................................................... Ashley VanMeter Graduate Assistant Trainer .................................... Kristi Lewis Athletic Training Interns .............. Leah Dior, Alexandria Perry Team Physician ...................................... Dr. Michael Workings Equipment Manager ........................................ Harvey Theeck Equipment/Facilities Assistant ........................Casey Hornung Pep Band Director ......................................Jonathan Bjorklund Cheer Team Coach .............................................. Tanya Carper Dance Team Coordinator ................................. Latrice Howard

Home Court ............................................ Calihan Hall (1952) Capacity ......................................................................... 8,295 2009 Final Record ........................................................... 7-23 2009 Horizon League Record .................... 2-16 (10th place) 2009 Starters Returning/Lost ............................................ 3/2 2009 Lettermen Returning/Lost ........................................ 6/6 2009 Post-Season Tournament .......................................None First Year of Basketball ............................................. 1905-06 All-Time Record ........................................... 1,270-1,057 (.546) NCAA Appearances ................................ 5 (1962-77-79-98-99) NIT Appearances ............................ 6 (1960-61-65-78-2001-02) Pre-Season NIT Appearances ............................ 2 (1997, 2001)

To Reach The Titans Mailing/Shipping/Overnight Address: Calihan Hall University of Detroit Mercy 4001 West McNichols Road Detroit, MI 48221-3038

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2010 UDM Schedule

October 30

FRI.

OHIO DOMINICAN (Exh.) CALIHAN HALL

7:05 p.m.

ADRIAN (Exh.) at California WESTERN MICHIGAN $ vs. Robert Morris at Albany vs. Alcorn State at DePaul

CALIHAN HALL Berkeley, CA CALIHAN HALL Albany, NY Albany, NY Albany, NY Chicago, IL

7:05 p.m. 11:00 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m.

YOUNGSTOWN STATE * CLEVELAND STATE $ * TENNESSEE STATE at Michigan BOWLING GREEN $ CENTRAL MICHIGAN SHAWNEE STATE at UIC *

CALIHAN HALL CALIHAN HALL CALIHAN HALL Ann Arbor, MI CALIHAN HALL CALIHAN HALL CALIHAN HALL Chicago, IL

7:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 3:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

at Loyola* VALPARAISO * BUTLER * at Milwaukee * at Green Bay * WRIGHT STATE * LOYOLA *$ UIC *$

Chicago, IL CALIHAN HALL CALIHAN HALL Milwaukee, WI Green Bay, WI CALIHAN HALL CALIHAN HALL CALIHAN HALL

4:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 4:05 p.m.

at Butler * at Valparaiso * CHICAGO STATE GREEN BAY * MILWAUKEE * at Wright State * BRACKET BUSTER $ at Cleveland State * at Youngstown State *

Indianapolis, IN Valparaiso, IN CALIHAN HALL CALIHAN HALL CALIHAN HALL Dayton, OH CALIHAN HALL Cleveland, OH Youngstown, OH

7:30 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. TBA 7:30 p.m. 2:05 p.m.

November 6 11 15 20 21 22 28

FRI. Wed. SUN. Fri. Sat. Sun. Sat.

December 3 5 8 13 19 22 28 31

THU. SAT. TUE. Sun. SAT. TUE. MON. Thu.

January 2 8 10 14 16 23 28 30

Sat. FRI. Sun. Thu. Sat. SAT. THU. SAT.

February 4 6 8 11 13 17 20 25 27

Thu. Sat. MON. THU. SAT. Wed. SAT. Thu. Sat.

March 2 5 6 9

Tue. Fri. Sat. Tue.

Horizon League Tournament Horizon League Quarter-Finals Horizon League Semi-Finals TBA Horizon League Championship

TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA 9:00 p.m.

*-Horizon League game $-Doubleheader with UDM women’s team Home games in BOLD. Logos indicate Televised games (Game dates and times remain subject to change. All times are Eastern.)

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Media Information

For Your Information

Information on the Detroit Titans, all other Horizon League teams and the conference is available to members of the media at all times via the Internet. Visit UDM’s official Athletics web site, DetroitTitans.com. The site will include current statistics and game notes as well as other pertinent information about Titan basketball and all other varsity teams. The Horizon League web site is HorizonLeague.org. Results and box scores from all games involving conference members, as well as updated statistics, will be available at the conference web site each game night.

permanent telephone lines and ISDN lines at Calihan Hall available to visiting radio stations. To arrange for their use, or for additional lines, please contact either Mark Engel (S.I.D.) or P.J. Gradowski (Assistant S.I.D.) in advance of game day. Television stations desiring live coverage should contact Keri Gaither (Athletic Director) for broadcast rights. Broadcast spotters or statisticians may be secured through the UDM Sports Information Office with advance notice. Interviews

Working media and photography credential applications should be made prior to game day with the UDM Sports Information Office. The address is: 4001 West McNichols Rd., Detroit, MI 48221-3038. The fax number is: (313) 9931765, or e-mail Mark Engel (S.I.D.). Passes not distributed in advance will be held for pick-up at the “Will Call” desk in Calihan Hall’s Northwest ticket lobby. Parking, if requested in advance, can be reserved through the Sports Information Office. Entry to the parking lot should be made through the Fairfield Street gate. Press Row is located on the main floor of the arena, on the same side as the team benches and scorers table. Seating is limited to working media, professional scouts and accredited school officials.

The best time to reach Titans head coach Ray McCallum for interviews is in the morning. Please feel free to contact the UDM Sports Information office for assistance in arranging interviews with the coach. Please arrange all player interviews through the Sports Information Office, allowing a day in advance, if possible. We will try to accommodate every request, taking the players’ classroom and practice schedules into account. Titan coaches and players will be available for postgame interviews following a brief cooling-off period. Coach McCallum will hold his post-game press conference in the Media Room, and Detroit players will also be brought to the Media Room for interviews by request. Please note that the Titan locker room is closed to the media following games both at home and on the road. Post-game policy for visitors to Calihan Hall may vary at the teams’ discretion. Media representatives are advised to contact the visiting S.I.D. with special requests.

Game Services

Tickets

Programs, media guides, lineups, statistics, Horizon League standings and notes and game background information will be supplied to accredited media representatives and NBA scouts at Press Row and in the Media Room of Calihan Hall. Access is reserved for properly-credentialed individuals only. Statistics monitors, updated instantly with each play in a game, are available all along press row. An NCAA Box Score is distributed at halftime and a complete NCAA Final Box and play-by-play account will be available following each game in the Media Room. Pre-game refreshments will be served. Media will have wireless internet access in the arena. Telephones are available in the Media Room. Fax service is also available following the game, by request.

Titans 2009-10 basketball season tickets are $175 apiece. Single game tickets are either $12 or $10, depending on seat location. Package and group plans are also available. Tickets may be purchased at Calihan Hall; at all Ticketmaster Outlets; or by phone, at (248) 645-6666 or (313) 993-1700.

Working Credentials

Broadcasts The Sports Information Office has installed two

Key Phone Numbers (Area Code 313) Sports Information Office ......................................... 993-1745 S.I.D. Fax .................................................................. 993-1765 Mark Engel (cell) ...................................................... 283-0467 P.J. Gradowski (cell) ................................................ 585-0982 Athletic Dept./Ticket Office ..................................... 993-1700 Men’s Basketball Staff .............................................. 993-1731 Basketball Office Fax ............................................... 993-1733 Calihan Hall Press Row ............................................ 993-1750 Calihan Hall Press Room .......................................... 993-1763

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The Titans on TV Coach McCallum is interviewed by FOX Sports Detroit announcers Earl Cureton (left), a former Titan star, and Dan Dickerson during a 2009 Homecoming telecast

The Detroit Titans will enjoy perhaps their most comprehensive men’s basketball television coverage ever during the 2009-10 season as no less than nine games will be broadcast on one of four different networks. UDM will expand its partnership with FOX Sports Detroit to include a minimum of four live broadcasts on the region-wide network. That schedule includes home games against three big Horizon League rivals – Cleveland State, Wright State and nationally-ranked Butler – as well as a road contest at Butler on Feb. 4. The Titans enjoyed outstanding ratings on FOX Sports Detroit a year ago in a three-game broadcast package. Detroit will be featured on the Big Ten Network once again when the Titans travel to Michigan to face the nationally-rated Wolverines for the first time since the 19992000 season. ESPNU will telecast two Detroit games this winter – the season-opener at Top 25 member California as well as a conference match-up in Calihan Hall with Valparaiso, which is part of the Horizon League’s Friday Night Game of the Week package. ESPNU has greatly increased its household

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reach within the last year, including most of Comcast’s affiliates in the metro Detroit area. The Horizon League has partnered with WebStream Productions to produce a Saturday afternoon Game of the Week package for 2009-10. Detroit will be featured twice on that slate, playing in televised road games at Valparaiso and Youngstown State. The Titans are also in the pool of potential candidates to be televised as part of BracketBuster Saturday on one of the ESPN family of networks, and the Horizon League championship game will be televised by ESPN as well. Additionally, all home games and road games within the Horizon League schedule – a total of 23 contests – will be web streamed live via the internet on the Horizon League Network. “We are very proud of our expanded television coverage with FOX Sports Detroit,” UDM athletic director Keri Gaither said. “To be able to increase the number of games on FOX Sports Detroit this year as well as to partner with FS Detroit on some new community initiatives, it shows their strong commitment to the Detroit Titans and the basketball program Coach McCallum is building.”


Covering the Titans WIRE SERVICE Associated Press 300 Riverplace, Suite 2400 Detroit, MI 48207 Sports Editor: Larry Lage Beat Writer: Scott Held Phone: 313-259-0650 Fax: 313-259-4966 NEWSPAPERS Detroit Free Press 600 W. Fort St. Detroit, MI 48226 Beat Writer: Perry Farrell Columnists: Mitch Albom, Michael Rosenberg, Drew Sharp Phone: 313-222-6660 Fax: 313-222-5983 Detroit News 615 W. Lafayette Blvd. Detroit, MI 48226 Beat Writer: Tom Markowski Columnist: Bob Wojnowski Phone: 313-222-2260 Fax: 313-222-6019 Macomb Daily 100 Macomb Daily Dr. Mt. Clemens, MI 48043 Sports Editor: George Pohly Beat Writer: John Hetzler Phone: 810-469-4510 Fax: 810-469-2892 Michigan Chronicle 479 Ledyard Detroit, MI 48201 Sports Editor: Terry Cabell Phone: 313-963-5522 Fax: 313-963-8788

Oakland Press 48 West Huron Pontiac, MI 48342 Beat Writer: Pat Caputo Phone: 248-332-8181 Fax: 248-332-8885

WXYT-AM 26495 American Way Southfield, MI 48034 Reporter: Matt Dery Phone: 248-569-8000 Fax: 248-569-9866

The Daily Tribune 210 E. Third St. Royal Oak, MI, 48068 Beat Writer: Jim Evans Phone: 248-541-3000 Fax: 248-541-7903

TELEVISION

UDM Varsity News 4001 W. McNichols Rd. Detroit, MI 48221 Sports Editor: Michael Martinez Phone: 313-993-3300 Fax: 313-993-1120 RADIO

Fox Sports Detroit 26555 Evergreen, Suite 90 Southfield, MI 48076 Reporters: Trevor Thompson, Ryan Field Play-By-Play: Dan Dickerson Phone: 248-226-9725 Fax: 248-226-9730 WDIV-TV (NBC) 622 W. Lafayette Blvd. Detroit, MI 48231 Reporter: Katrina Hancock Phone: 313-222-0504 Fax: 313-222-0592

WJBK-TV (Fox) 2 Storer Place Southfield, MI 48075 Reporters: Ryan Ermanni, Jennifer Hammond, Woody Woodriffe Phone: 248-552-5144 Fax: 248-557-1199 WMYD-TV (My TV) 2777 Franklin Road, Suite 1220 Southfield, MI 48034 Reporter: Dave Leval Phone: (248) 355-2020 Fax: (248) 355-0368 WXYZ-TV (ABC) PO Box 789 Southfield, MI 48037 Reporter: Tom Leyden Phone: 248-827-9420 Fax: 248-827-4454

WDFN-AM 27675 Halsted Farmington Hills, MI 48331 Reporters: Matt Shepard, Sean Baligian Phone: 248-324-5800 Fax: 248-848-0313 WJR-AM 2100 Fisher Bldg. Detroit, MI 48202 Reporter: Tom Mazeway Phone: 313-873-9830 Fax: 313-875-9022 WWJ-AM 26495 American Way Southfield, MI 48034 Reporter: Tony Ortiz Phone: 248-455-7200 Fax: 248-423-3376

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The City of Detroit Having celebrated its tricentennial in 2001, Greater Detroit has the best of the old and the most promising of the new. From Greektown to Bricktown, Detroit has it all. The oldest city in the Midwest, Detroit was discovered in 1701 and has since become the center of business and recreation for millions. It is the largest city in Michigan and the 11th largest in the United States. Encompassing three counties — Wayne, Oakland and Macomb — the Metropolitan Detroit area spans 2,026 square miles and is home to 4.4 million people, nearly one million of whom live within the City of Detroit. Detroit’s vibrant, 75-acre Civic Center is a riverfront mecca for convention, entertainment, festival and sporting activities. Home to Cobo Conference/Exhibition Center and Arena, Joe Louis Arena and Philip A. Hart Plaza, the Civic Center is adjacent to some of the area’s finest hotels, top-notch restaurants and the famous Renaissance Center. Cobo Conference/Exhibition Center underwent a $200 million expansion, which was completed in 1989 and increased the facility’s exhibit space to 720,000 square feet, making it one of the nation’s largest convention centers. Renaissance Center, now the world headquarters for General Motors, is the city’s largest office complex, with seven gleaming towers of activity located on the Detroit riverfront. The 73-story Marriott Hotel is housed within this symbol of downtown development. Long known as the automobile capital of the world, the Detroit area is headquarters to all of the major automobile companies. While a lot of the area’s industry centers around the “horseless carriage,” Detroit is more than a smokestack town. Home to 16 of the Fortune 1000 firms, greater Detroit ranks sixth among U.S. cities in total spendable income. A short walk from the riverfront and the rigors of business is the enjoyment of exciting ethnic nightlife, known to Detroiters as Greektown. A two-block area of authentic Greek food and entertainment, Greektown became an even more invigorating locale in recent years with the addition of the Greektown Casino, one of three major casinos operating near downtown. One can enjoy art and scan the shelves that house 2.5 million books in the Detroit Public Library; and experience Michigan’s Underground Railroad movement at the Museum of African-American History. Americana at its finest is displayed at Dearborn’s Henry Ford and Greenfield Village. While The Henry Ford is a museum that displays artifacts and implements used in earlier times, Greenfield

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Village demonstrates how these items were used and how they affected lifestyles. Music for every taste abounds in Greater Detroit. The Detroit symphony is world-renowned. Jazz greats join local performers at the annual Montreaux Jazz Festival. Popular music fans are entertained at several area music houses including the Royal Oak Music Theater, Orchestra Hall and the Fox Theatre. Detroit is a great sports town, known throughout the country for its enthusiastic fans. The Detroit Tigers play in Comerica Park, which opened in 2000 and hosted the 2005

Campus Martius Park in downtown Detroit


Major League All-Star Game as well as 2006 World Series contests. Immediately adjacent to the Tigers’ home, the NFL Lions play in another wonderful new facility, Ford Field, which hosted Super Bowl XL in 2006 and will host the 2010 NCAA Frozen Four. The 2008 NCAA Men’s Basketball Midwest Regional was played in Ford Field as will be the 2009 Final Four, both of the event, incidentally, A panoramic view of the record-setting crowd at the 2009 NCAA Men’s Basketball Final hosted by UDM. Four, hosted by the University of Detroit Mercy at Ford Field in downtown Detroit The 2008 Stanley Cup Champion Red Wings call Joe Louis Arena home. The NBA Detroit Pistons independence of the two nations, the International Freedom play in the Palace of Auburn Hills. Festival is held for two weeks each summer, with activities in Two-thirds of a mile across the Detroit River lies both countries. Windsor, Ontario, Canada. To celebrate the friendship and

Detroit Fun Facts Detroit... • is home to the Motown sound founded by Berry Gordy Jr. in 1957 • is home to the first Van Gogh painting in a public collection in the U.S. at the Detroit Institute of Arts, “Self Portrait,” Vincent Van Gogh, 1887 • installed the first mile of paved concrete road, just north of the Model T plant, on Woodward Avenue between McNichols and 7 Mile Roads in 1909 • built the nation’s first urban freeway, the Davison, in 1942 • is home to the oldest state fair in the nation — the Michigan State Fair, first held in 1849 • is the potato chip capital of the world, based on consumption • has country’s largest island park within a city — Belle Isle Park

• is home to the world’s only floating post office, the J.W. Westcott II, can be found on the Detroit River • is north of Canada • is second in the nation in fishing rod sales • shares the world’s first auto traffic tunnel between two nations – the Detroit/Windsor Tunnel • is home to the second tallest hotel in North America – the Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center, at 73 stories • the nation’s first soda – Vernors – created in Detroit by pharmacist James Vernor in 1862. Detroit is also home to Sanders hot fudge, Better Made Potato Chips, Faygo soda pop and Stroh’s Ice Cream • has the most registered bowlers in the United States • was the first city in the nation to assign individual telephone numbers in 1879

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To Calihan Hall From Metro Airport — Take I-94 east to the Lodge Freeway (M-10). Take the Lodge north to the Livernois exit. At the top of the ramp, turn right onto Livernois and proceed three-quarters of a mile north to West McNichols (third traffic light). Turn right onto West McNichols, then turn right again at Fairfield Street (second traffic light). Drive alongside the Titan soccer field and, at the end of the field, turn right into the media parking area. Proper credentials must be displayed to the gate attendant in order to enter the media parking area. From Downtown Detroit — Take the Lodge Freeway north out of downtown and follow the above directions from Metro Airport. From the Northwest on M-10 — Driving south on the Lodge Freeway, take the Livernois exit. At the traffic light, turn left onto Livernois and proceed three-quarters of a mile north to West McNichols (third traffic light). Turn right onto West McNichols, then turn right again at Fairfield Street (second traffic light). Drive alongside the Titan soccer field and, at the end of the field, turn right into the parking area. From the North on I-75 — Driving south on I-75, exit Eight Mile Road and turn right off the ramp. Take Eight Mile Road west and proceed for 2.5 miles to Livernois. Turn left

(south) onto Livernois and proceed 2.0 miles to West McNichols. Turn left onto West McNichols, then turn right at Fairfield Street (second traffic light). Drive alongside the Titan soccer field and, at the end of the field, turn right into the parking area.

Basketball Office Renovations Underway At Calihan Hall UDM’s recent aggressive and successful fundraising campaign has directly benefited the Titans men’s basketball program as a complete renovation of the men’s basketball office suite was underway during the fall months. New individual offices for head coach Ray McCallum and his assistants, an enhanced reception area, a basketball conference room and a video room are part of Phase I of the renovations. Further plans call for the creation of an adjacent sports information suite and media workroom with press conference capabilities to better host the Horizon League Basketball Tournament as the chance arises. “When I hired coach McCallum, University President Fr. Gerard Stockhausen made a commitment to helping him take our men’s basketball program to the next level by enhancing budgets in areas of coaching salaries, travel, summer school for the players and an increased recruiting budget,” athletic director

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Keri Gaither said. “Renovating the men’s basketball offices is a crucial component of our plan, as coach McCallum is trying to attract top national recruits.” The new men’s basketball suite is being modeled after the recently-renovated women’s basketball offices located in Calihan Hall’s Wolak Olympic Sports Suite.


Meet The Coaches

Carlos Briggs - Jay Smith - Ray McCallum - Derek Thomas

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Head Coach Ray McCallum Energetic, charismatic Ray McCallum – a well-known veteran of more than 20 years in college basketball – is in his second season as head men’s basketball coach at the University of Detroit Mercy. And he’s absolutely driven to restore the Titans to prominence. “UDM has a great basketball tradition and I’m glad to be part of the next chapter,” coach McCallum said. “I recruited in the area throughout my coaching career and I know the passion for basketball Detroit fans do possess. I’m very pleased that the UDM administration chose me for this position.” Coach McCallum had served as assistant head coach at Indiana prior to taking the job at Detroit. And he has gone virtually non-stop since grabbing the reins of the UDM program in April of 2008. Whether it’s trying to make his team better on the court, speaking to booster groups, hosting highly-popular camps and coaching clinics, engaging members of the press in a shooting contest at Titan Basketball Media Day, raising funds for pet projects or recruiting – the likeable coach and his staff have brought in seven new players for this year’s roster alone – McCallum has tackled the task head-on. He brought 11 years of head coaching experience with him to UDM, having previously served in that role at his alma mater, Ball State (1994-2000), as well as Houston (2001-04). He took four teams to post-season play during his career at those schools. “Coach McCallum’s track record speaks for itself, but I am also very pleased with the way he has put emphasis on the word ‘student,’ in talking of the many student-athletes from a wide variety of backgrounds that he has worked with during his career,” Fr. Gerard Stockhausen, S.J., Ph.D, President, said upon McCallum’s hiring. “His vision for Titan basketball is very consistent with the mission of our University. We welcome coach McCallum and his family to the University of Detroit Mercy.” “Coach McCallum brought with him all of the

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key elements we were looking for in our new head basketball coach,” athletic director Keri Gaither added. “He has a wealth of head coaching experience and he is a proven recruiter. Both of those qualities stood out during our search process. We expect them to pay dividends for the Titans. At the same time, his commitment to academics is exactly what we sought to benefit the student-athletes in our men’s basketball program. We think he is a great addition to our coaching staff.”

McCallum’s first team at UDM made great strides as the 2008-09 season rolled along, but that’s no real surprise. Quite simply, he brought a winner’s touch with him to all of the stops he has made in his 25-year coaching career, which began at Ball State in 1983-84 as a volunteer assistant coach. He served as an assistant at Wisconsin for the next nine seasons, helping a program that hadn’t been to post-season play since 1947 to NIT berths in 1989, 1991 and 1993. He had a brief stint as an assistant at Michigan after that latter

The McCallum Family (from left) - Ray Jr., Wendy, Ray and Brittany

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Head Coach Ray McCallum campaign, before quickly returning to Ball State to make his head coaching debut during the 1993-94 season. The Cardinals posted a 126-76 record during McCallum’s seven-year tenure. McCallum directed Ball State to two NCAA Tournament appearances (1995, 2000) and an NIT berth (1998) and became the first coach in Ball State history to post seven consecutive winning seasons. During his head coaching career at Ball State, McCallum recruited and coached Bonzi Wells, who was the 11th pick of the 1998 NBA Draft. When he left BSU for Houston in 2000, McCallum’s .624 winning percentage was the fourth-best in MAC history. McCallum served as head coach at Houston for four seasons. In 2002, he led the Cougars to an 18-15 mark and a berth in the NIT, Houston’s first post-season tournament appearance in nine years. Houston finished 9-7 in Conference USA’s National Division that year, and advanced to the league tournament semi-finals for the first time. During his stay in Houston, he played an integral role in the development of Andre Owens, who spent three years in the pros and is one of 10 NBA players McCallum has coached during their college careers. Most recently before arriving at Detroit, McCallum had been a key assistant on the coaching staffs at Oklahoma (2004-06) and Indiana (2006-08), and was a part of four straight trips to the NCAA Tournament with those teams. Recruiting classes at both schools, while McCallum was on their staffs, ranked among the Top 5 in the nation. Oklahoma won its first-ever Big 12 Conference Championship in 2005 while McCallum was a part of the Sooners staff. Among the coach’s protégés at Indiana was a pair of 2008 Associated Press All-Americans, D.J. White and Eric Gordon, who have since moved on to the NBA as first-round draft picks. An outstanding player in his own right, McCallum was a member of two state championship teams at Central High School in Muncie, IN. As a senior in 1979, he was a starting guard and was named the Most Valuable Player of the state championship game

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after leading Central to its second straight state title. He stayed in Muncie to play collegiately at Ball State, where he was named the MAC’s Freshman of the Year after leading the Cardinals in scoring with 16.5 points per game. As a sophomore, McCallum again led the Cardinals in scoring, this time with 18.4 points per game, and helped them finish the season with a 20-10 record and a share the MAC championship. Ball State also earned a NCAA Tournament invitation for the first time in school history that year. The following season, McCallum led the Cardinals in scoring once again with a 17.6 average, and Ball State won its first outright MAC Championship. As a senior, McCallum was named MAC Player of the Year and conference tournament MVP. He also earned firstteam All-MAC honors for the third straight year, ending his career as the MAC’s all-time leading scorer with 2,109 points. Additionally, he won the Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award as the nation’s best senior under six-feet tall. He became the first BSU athlete to have his jersey retired in any sport. McCallum graduated from Ball State in 1983 with a bachelor’s degree in industrial technology. One week after graduation, the Indiana Pacers selected him in the 1983 NBA Draft. One of the final players cut in training camp, McCallum played briefly in the CBA before returning to Ball State to begin his coaching career. McCallum and his wife, Wendy, are the parents of a daughter, Brittany Rae (19), who is in her sophomore year at Michigan State, and a son, Ray Michael (17).

“Ray McCallum was a great hire for Detroit. He’s an experienced coach who will do great things with the Titans, baby.” –Dick Vitale


The Ray McCallum File

Personal Date of Birth: March 6, 1961 Hometown: West Memphis, AR (Raised in Muncie, IN) High School: Muncie (IN) Central, 1979 College: Ball State University, 1983 (B.S., Industrial Technology) Coaching Experience Ball State University: 1983-84, Volunteer Assistant Coach University of Wisconsin: 1984-93, Assistant Coach University of Michigan: 1993, Assistant Coach Ball State University: 1993-2000, Head Coach University of Houston: 2000-04, Head Coach University of Oklahoma: 2004-06, Assistant Coach Indiana University: 2006-08, Assistant Coach University of Detroit Mercy: 2008-present, Head Coach Head Coaching Record Ball State University Year Record Post-Season 1993-94 16-12 1994-95 19-11 NCAA 1995-96 16-12 1996-97 16-13 1997-98 21-8 NIT 1998-99 16-11 1999-00 22-9 NCAA Total 126-76 University of Houston Year Record Post-Season 2000-01 9-20 2001-02 18-15 NIT 2002-03 8-20 2003-04 9-18 Total 44-73 University of Detroit Mercy Year Record Post-Season 2008-09 7-23 Overall Record: 177-172 4 Post-Season Berths

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Coach McCallum vs. All Opponents Opponent Air Force Akron Alabama-Birmingham Alaska-Anchorage Alcorn State Aquinas Arizona State Auburn Baylor Bethune-Cookman Bowling Green Bucknell Buffalo Butler Centenary College Central Michigan Chaminade Charlotte Chicago State Cincinnati Cleveland State Coastal Carolina Connecticut Coppin State Cornell DePaul East Carolina Eastern Michigan East Tennessee State Georgetown Grand Valley State Green Bay Hawaii Illinois

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Coach McCallum’s Pro Connection Ray McCallum has recruited and coached 10 student-athletes who have gone on to play at the highest level – in the NBA. Maceo Baston Toronto, 2003 Indiana, 2007 Toronto, 2008 Michael Finley Phoenix, 1996-97 Dallas, 1997-05 San Antonio, 2006-08 Alton Ford Pheonix, 2002-03 Houston, 2004

Bonzi Wells

Maurice Taylor L.A. Clippers, 1998-00 Houston, 2001-05 New York, 2005-06 Rawle Marshall Fort Worth (NDBL), 2006 Sacramento, 2007 Indiana, 2007 Bonzi Wells Portland, 1999-03 Andre Owens Memphis, 2004-05 Utah, 2006 Sacramento, 2006 Anaheim (NDBL), 2007 Houston, 2007-08 Indiana, 2008 New Orleans, 2008 Theron Smith D.J. White Memphis, 2004 Oklahoma City, 2009 Charlotte, 2005 Eric Gordon L.A. Clippers, 2009

Michael Finley

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McCallum’s Team in the Community Community service has been a major emphasis for Titans Basketball since head coach Ray McCallum arrived in Detroit. In the past year, the Titans have volunteered their time in a variety of ways, from reading to local elementary school classes to visiting a children’s hospital. Senior Woody Payne and sophomore Donavan Foster are both members of the UDM Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). Part of the committee’s goal is to stay active in the community, sponsoring many service initiatives as well as organizing student-athlete events and assisting in overall student-athlete well being. The visit to the Children’s Hospital of Michigan was extremely impacting as the basketball team members took one of the very few off days they had on Christmas break to do their best to help put a smile on the faces of the children. In the end, the UDM student-athletes walked away with a better appreciation for everything they have, as highlighted here by sophomore Chase Simon. “It was real special to see the kids who are in that kind of situation. You never really think about those things in life, but it makes you work harder and just thank God for everything you have,” he said. “These are just kids who are struggling with some disabilities or illness and I have been given a chance to play college basketball, so it really hits you emotionally and helps keep everything on a positive level knowing what they are going through.” The Titans visited two Detroit elementary schools, Christ is King School and Pasteur Elementary School, greeting young students as they came to class as well as taking some time out to interact with the students. UDM also made a trip out to a Northville elementary school where they engaged in a number of reading activities with the kids. Children were not the only emphasis for the program as several Titans spoke to a group of young males at the Bowman Placement Facility in Detroit, a juvenile detention center for underage kids. The team spoke to the group for two hours about making the right choices in life and to never give up.

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Coach McCallum speaks at University Prep High School

The Titans join with announcer Jay Bilas following their ESPN photoshoot at the Palace of Auburn Hills


The Titans join a classroom discussion in Northville Coach McCallum was busy himself, visiting a local high school to talk to the students about the possibilities of playing collegiate sports, including what is expected of each prospective student as they prepare for college. McCallum went over the necessary grades and test scores as well as educated the students on what college coaches look for when recruiting a student-athlete. The coach joined in an effort to raise awareness for the needy children in Africa by donating sneakers to the organization “Samaritan’s Feet” before a home game, while he and the Titan coaching staff also wore sneakers with their suits as part of the 2009 Coaches vs. Cancer Suits and

Sneakers awareness weekend. During the 2009 NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four – the University of Detroit Mercy served as the host institution as college basketball’s biggest weekend was celebrated at Detroit’s Ford Field – the Titans were active even as other teams played in the game. ESPN came to town and had the Titans volunteer their time in working with announcer Jay Bilas, taping segments for SportsCenter about how each of the four competing teams ran their offensive and defensive sets. It was hard work as the shows were taped at the Palace of Auburn Hills on the Detroit Pistons’ home court, but it was plenty of fun, too.

Coach McCallum participates in the Samaritan’s Feet program

Titan players help students study at the Gesu School, located near the UDM campus

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Camps and Clinics at Calihan Hall Coach Ray McCallum and his staff continually open the doors of Calihan Hall to welcome both players and coaches who want to improve and learn about their games. In 2009, they hosted both elite and team camps as well as a highlysuccessful coaches clinic. The Elite Camp, with more than 50 students, featured not only players from the local Detroit area, but all over the state of Michigan as well as Indiana, Kansas City and Las Vegas. The entire Titan coaching staff was on hand putting the students through intense individual workouts as well as team drills. During the four-hour camp, the students were also advised on NCAA rules and regulations regarding being recruited to play college basketball as well as a session dedicated to nutrition and strength and conditioning. “We kicked off the camp season in a big way here at Detroit,” said coach McCallum. “I am excited about the caliber of talent that was on display here. The camp is a great opportunity for these kids to play in front of college coaches and receive in depth instructions on how to improve their overall game as well as a session regarding NCAA rules.” The Ray McCallum Team Shootout was another huge event as close to 50 junior varsity and varsity high school teams, stretching all across the state of Michigan, as well into Chicago and Windsor, came to play at UDM. Live referees were also part of the shootout as in conjunction with the team camp, the Next Level Referee Development (NLRD), an organization that was designed to prepare and develop basketball referees, was on hand all weekend to help train current and future adults for a career in basketball officiating. For the entire weekend, nearly 1,000 high school students, parents, friends and

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coaches were on campus for both the Titan men’s lacrosse and basketball camps, taking in some of what the University of Detroit Mercy has to offer. Members of the men’s and women’s basketball teams also went to Northville to host the first-ever “Detroit Titans

Coach McCallum speaks to the Elite Camp attendees

The Team Camps are always action-packed on each court


Michigan’s John Beilein addresses the attendees at the Titan Coaches Clinic Basketball School” at the Hillside Recreation Center. The camp hosted over 120 kids as they learned the fundamentals of basketball from both coaches and players on both programs. “We had hundreds of kids in all of our camps this summer, getting to know all of our coaches, seeing our facilities and our campus,” coach McCallum said. “This is really a win-win situation for everyone and I am glad we have had a great turnout at all of our camps and look forward to seeing more kids come here later this summer.” In October, more than 300 coaches from all backgrounds were at Calihan Hall, attending the second annual Detroit Titans Basketball Coaches Clinic. The star-studded line-up that the attendees were treated to included four collegiate head coaches in UDM’s McCallum, Minnesota’s Tubby Smith, Michigan’s John Beilein and Ron Hunter from IUPUI. Also on hand for

Coach McCallum and Minnesota’s Tubby Smith after the Titan Coaches Clinic

presentations were UCLA assistant coach Scott Duncan and Detroit Pistons assistant coach Pat Sullivan. “This is always a great event for any coach to come to and learn,” said McCallum. “It’s about the coaches. That is one of the things that gets me real excited about this community is that we have one of the largest high school associations in the country and we had a tremendous turnout today and had a lot of fun.” All of the coaches focused on a certain aspect of the game and with the help of student-athletes from Detroit, Windsor and Wayne State, each coach was able to show their drills and techniques with live demonstrations. The crowd was able to get right in the middle of the action, too, with a question and answer segment for each coach. “What coach McCallum did here in getting guys like Tubby Smith and John Beilein and all the other coaches here today sharing information is great,” Sullivan said.

The Titan players join Coach McCallum for demonstrations at the second annual Coaches Clinic

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Assistant Coach Carlos Briggs Assistant coach Carlos Briggs turned out to be a sturdy bridge from the old to the new, a holdover from the 2007-08 Detroit bench who was retained by Ray McCallum as part of the head coach’s first staff when he arrived following the ’08 season. The 2009-10 season is Briggs’ third overall at the University. His primary responsibilities include working with the Titan guards along with offcampus recruiting and scouting of future basketball opponents. Briggs, a Detroit native, is no stranger to collegiate coaching, having served as the head coach of Schoolcraft College in nearby Livonia from 1997-2006. During his nine years at the helm, he established the Ocelots into one of the best junior college programs in the country, compiling a 24939 record. In 2000-01, he led Schoolcraft to a 36-1 mark, including a 35-game winning streak, and its first-ever appearance in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division I Final Four. Briggs was named the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan Coach of the Year in 2002. He was also a threetime Conference, District and Regional Coach of the Year as well as a five-time State Coach of the Year. “Being a Detroiter and having played in the city in high school and junior college, Carlos knows Detroit basketball,” McCallum noted. “He’s had an outstanding career as a coach. He won (junior college) championships and took his team to national tournaments. He’s an outstanding person who has contributed to the development of young

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people, and I think that’s important. “I followed his career as a player and I’ve known him for a long time. I recruited and signed his (Schoolcraft) players. I felt like I got to know Carlos better through his players.” Not only did Briggs receive numerous coaching accolades during his tenure at Schoolcraft, but his players were often honored as well. He coached seven All-Americans, 27 All-Region players, 14 All-State players and 23 AllConference selections. His program was known throughout the country by NCAA coaches as Schoolcraft produced 45 Division I signees, including former UDM basketball players Torvoris Baker and Rulon Harris. Briggs’ duties at Schoolcraft were not just limited to coaching, as he advised and assisted all Ocelot athletes with curriculum and course selections. He was also part of the faculty as a Physical Education teacher and oversaw daily study hall hours. Prior to taking the coaching job at Schoolcraft, Briggs spent two seasons as an assistant boy’s basketball coach at a pair of high schools in Texas, Waxahachie (1995-96) and Cedar Hill (1996-97). Briggs attended St. Benedictine High School in Detroit. He went on to play for Schoolcraft for two years before signing with Baylor. As an Ocelot, he became one of the top offensive players in NJCAA history, and still finds his name in the record books with 1,952 career points, eighth all-time, as well as owning the 11th-best individual performance with 60 points in a game. At Baylor, he enjoyed immediate success, leading the Bears with 20.4 points per game during the 1984-85 campaign. After the season, he was named to the Southwest Conference All-Newcomer Team. He went on to get selected by the San Antonio Spurs in the fourth round of the 1986 NBA Draft, and played professionally in the CBA, the World Basketball League and the Philippine Basketball Association. He received his B.S. degree in education from Baylor in 1993. He currently resides in Detroit.


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Assistant Coach Jay Smith Jay Smith brought a wealth of basketball experience with him when he joined the UDM coaching staff in 2008. Smith is a former head coach at both Grand Valley State and Central Michigan, and also served as an assistant at Kent State and Michigan during his career. He worked in the private business sector since leaving Central Michigan in 2006 prior to joining the UDM staff. “I’ve known Jay since our college days,” McCallum recalled. “I tried to recruit him to Ball State when I was there. Our relationship has continued for many years. We were on the staff together for a short time at Michigan, and we were competing coaches in the MidAmerican Conference. He brings state-wide recognition with him to our school. “He’s produced MAC Champions and he’s developed pro prospects. He developed Chris Kaman into a (NBA Draft) lottery pick. He worked with (Chris) Webber and all those post guys at Michigan who went on to the NBA. So you know he’s going to work with our big guys, too.” In his previous assignment, Smith coached Central Michigan for nine years, and was named Mid-American Conference Coach of the Year after leading CMU to the regular season title in both 2001 and 2003. His 2003 squad won a school-record 25 games en route to the MAC Tournament championship. CMU went on to win its 2003 first-round NCAA tourney game over 15th-ranked Creighton. CMU was 95-160 under Smith. The 95 victories rank fourth in Chippewas history while the nine seasons rank

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as the school’s fourth-longest coaching tenure. Smith recruited and coached two MAC Players of the Year in David Webber (2001) and Chris Kaman (2003). Kaman left Central after his junior season and was the sixth overall selection in the 2003 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Clippers. Smith’s CMU players earned two first-team AllMAC honors, one second-team award, eight honorable mention selections and five MAC All-Freshman Team picks. Smith also was head coach at Grand Valley State for one season – compiling a 23-6 record and guiding the Lakers to a GLIAC Championship and NCAA Division II Tournament berth in 1997 – and served on the staff at Kent State from 1984-89, and at Michigan from 1989 to ’96. Kent made two post-season trips while Smith was on staff, and Michigan made seven. Smith still holds the state record for career scoring after notching 2,841 points at Mio Au Sable High School (1976-79). Smith graduated from Saginaw Valley State in 1984, and received his master’s in 1986 from Kent State. Smith and his wife Tymi are the proud parents of two children, son Cooper (10) and daughter Cazzi Renee (5).

The Smith Family (from left) - Cooper, Cazzi Renee, Tymi, Jay and Muggs


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Assistant Coach Derek Thomas Ray McCallum added a seasoned veteran to his UDM staff last year when he hired Derek Thomas as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator.. Thomas was the head coach at Western Illinois for the previous five seasons before resigning from his position following the 2008 campaign. The Leathernecks made steady improvement during his tenure, culminating with their most wins (12) in seven years during Thomas’ final season as head coach. “Derek is very well-known in our profession. He’s respected as a person and as a coach,” McCallum said. “He’s built up a great relationship with basketball people in Michigan and wherever else he’s recruited around the nation.” Thomas had amassed 15 years of coaching experience prior to his hiring at Western Illinois in the spring of 2003. He spent his last two seasons before WIU as an assistant coach under Charlie Spoonhour at UNLV, where Thomas was instrumental in developing an offense that twice led the Mountain West Conference in scoring. Thomas served as the recruiting coordinator and guards coach for the Runnin’ Rebels, who posted back-to-back 21-win seasons and NIT appearances during his tenure. He also helped prepare point guard Marcus Banks for the 2003 NBA Draft, where he was taken in the first round by Memphis. Thomas has also held assistant coaching positions at Illinois, Minnesota, Saint Louis and Missouri State, and helped coach each of the latter two schools in both NCAA and NIT post-season play. During those stints, he helped recruit and develop such outstanding future pro players as guard Larry

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Hughes, the 1998 national Freshman of the Year now playing for the New York Knicks, and center Joel Przybilla, a former Top 10 NBA Draft selection now playing for the Portland Trail Blazers. Thomas also has gained experience as a personnel scout with the Atlanta Hawks during his professional career. Early in his career, Thomas was head coach at Christian Brothers College High School in St. Louis from 1992 to ’95. Named to the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Ethics Coalition last summer, the 43-year-old Thomas is a 1989 graduate of Missouri-St. Louis, where he co-captained a team that reached the NCAA Division II Sweet Sixteen in 1988. He was inducted into the UMSL Sports Hall of Fame in 2007. His father Emmitt is the assistant head coach for the Atlanta Falcons. The elder Thomas enjoyed a 13-year playing career with the Kansas City Chiefs, and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame 2008. His son Derek was his presenter at the induction ceremony. Thomas and his wife, Julie, have four children, Bailey (12), Samantha (10), Jade (8) and Shane (6).

The Thomas Family - (front, from left) Jade and Shane. (back) Derek, Samantha, Bailey and Julie


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Operations Director Will Finch Will Finch joined coach Ray McCallum’s staff this summer, filling the position of Director of Basketball Operations. Finch came to UDM from Impact Basketball in Las Vegas – where he organized the renowned basketball training center’s management and aided in the on-court training of NBA-caliber players – but he’s certainly no stranger to coach McCallum. As a college student, Finch served as a men’s basketball student manager at Indiana University, where McCallum was on the coaching staff in 2007 and ’08 prior to taking over the reins at Detroit.

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“Will was an asset to our coaching staff when we were together at Indiana, and it’s great to have him on our staff here at Detroit,” coach McCallum said. “He had been the lead manager, he worked with the Indiana administration. I like his versatility. He’s like a lot of people we already have here. He can do a little bit of everything.” Finch spent three seasons (2005-07) as a student manager at Indiana as an undergraduate, and later took on roles in event management and athletics administration while pursuing his masters degree at IU. He received a B.S. in Sports Communication (2007) and an M.S. in Sports Marketing and Management (2008) from IU. In his new position, Finch will serve as the Titans’ video coordinator and organize the film exchange program. He will also coordinate team travel and oversee the team’s academics, community service program and student managers. “I really enjoyed working with ‘Coach Mac’ those two years at Indiana. He’s a great guy and he relates perfectly with people. He has a great basketball mind,” Finch said. “It’s exciting to come here to UDM and do what I can to help put Detroit Titans basketball on the right foot for the new season.”


Graduate Manager Mike Faletti Mike Faletti is in his second year as a graduate manager with coach Ray McCallum’s Titan basketball program. In his role at UDM, he will assist the Detroit coaching staff with preand post-practice duties and on-campus recruiting, as well as helping to monitor the academic progress of the Titan student-athletes. No stranger to the basketball sidelines before

coming to UDM, Faletti spent eight years coaching AAU ball for the Michigan Mustangs’ 15-and-under squad. He helped guide the team to two straight 15-under AAU championships, coaching a number of Division I players, including Michigan’s Zach Gibson and Western Michigan’s David Kool and Andrew Ricks. He has also served as an assistant coach with Detroit Rogers Academy, helping the school to the 2003 Class D State championship, as well as serving as the men’s basketball team manager at his alma mater, Saginaw Valley State University. Off the court, Faletti has spent time as a freelance writer for the Detroit News, covering high school sports. Faletti graduated from SVSU in 2005 with a degree in English as well as a minor in history. He is currently pursuing his master’s in history at UDM.

Titan Basketball Student Managers

2009-10 Titan Basketball Student Managers (from left) - Bill Hoepner, Vince Carr, Brent Jones

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The Willie Green Titan Locker Room The recently-renovated University of Detroit Mercy men’s basketball locker room has been named in honor of Willie Green – a former Titan Horizon League Player of the Year and now a member of the Philadelphia 76ers – following Green’s significant donation to help fund the ambitious project in Calihan Hall. Complete renovations went on throughout the summer of 2006, and the locker room was ready for use by the Titans as they began preparations for the 2006-07 basketball season. A special recognition ceremony honoring the 76ers guard was held during UDM’s Homecoming basketball game on Feb. 10, 2007. “It is absolutely wonderful when former student-athletes give back to their alma mater. Willie’s gift speaks volumes, especially to our Titan alumni and friends who support and care so deeply about the program,” UDM athletic director Keri Gaither said. “Willie’s outstanding generosity has enabled us to provide a first-class locker room facility for his former teammates and those to follow. UDM is delighted that we could name this exciting improvement to Calihan Hall in Willie’s honor.” The Willie Green Men’s Basketball Locker Room features: • Dramatic, quality finishes and images throughout • Elevated ceilings to permit natural light • All new wood lockers • Horizon League Hall of Honor entry way • State-of-the-art audio-visual system including LCD and Plasma screens and Crestron controls • Special student study area with Internet access • Addition of a new storage room with direct access to main hallway • Year-round climate control system • Improved shower and lavatory facilities • Large photos of many former Titan greats including three recent players who have gone on to perform in the NBA – Green, Jermaine Jackson and Desmond Ferguson. Green graduated from UDM in 2003 as the fourthleading scorer in Titan

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Willie Green - the 2003 Horizon League Player of the Year and current Philadelphia 76er - during his playing days at UDM history with 1,779 career points. He enjoyed his most productive season as a senior, averaging a league-leading 22.6 points a game while earning Player of the Year accolades. He was selected in the second round of the NBA Draft by Seattle and then immediately dealt to Philadelphia. He has played six seasons for the 76ers. “I wanted to do something for my former Titan teammates to show my appreciation for their friendship and all the good times we shared,” Green said. “The University and the Titan basketball program played a key role in my development during my time there and I’m very happy to be able to give back in this way.” “UDM is a great academic school with a terrific basketball program.” The Willie Green men’s basketball locker room is one of numerous major projects that were designed to enhance Calihan Hall in recent years. Complete renovations of the Titan men’s basketball offices began this fall and will be completed early in the 2009-10 season.


Former Titans coach Perry Watson, Willie Green and UDM President Fr. Gerard Stockhausen, S.J. unveil the new Willie Green Basketball Locker Room

The Chris Webber All-Conference Gallery in the locker room entryway

Willie Green, a six-year NBA veteran with the Philadelphia 76ers

New audio and video equipment is abundant in the Titans’ new locker room

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Titan Strength and Conditioning to allow them to perform at their highest level. In the past two years, the Fitness Center expanded by over 400 square feet. Four new Olympic style platforms, three squat racks and other auxiliary speed equipment have also been added, all designed and implemented to improve the Titans’ speed and power. The center also features a ONS Performance nutritional shake machine. The post-workout drink is designed to help every athlete recover from training and conditioning with a supplement increase in their protein and carbohydrate intake.

The Titans condition and train in the Larry Bleach Fitness Center, located in Calihan Hall. All UDM student-athletes are trained under the supervision of two full-time certified strength and conditioning coaches – led by head coach Joe Tofferi, who works with the Titan basketball team – as well as two intern assistants. Every member of the Titan strength and conditioning staff is assigned a specific varsity team, which allows daily interaction between the athletes, their coaches and the strength and conditioning staff. Such interaction is a tremendous asset when developing a program that best serves the athlete and the team. Titans student-athletes are also counseled in important areas such as nutrition in order

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Summer 2009: The Titans in Spain It began as a request for something to make his program stronger - a foreign exhibition tour where his players could gain experience and grow together - and ended as an experience of a lifetime: Ray McCallum took the Titans and a travel party of staff, administrators and family members on an 11-day exhibition tour of Spain. The Summer of 2009 was like none other for Titans basketball. The experience was invaluable.

“Beyond the basketball games themselves, the architecture, culture, cathedrals and castles were incredible. I am thankful for the educational experience our guys have received and, for us to walk the same streets as Christopher Columbus, is truly amazing,” Coach McCallum noted. On the pages that follow, we recap their trip with photos, reviews of five victories on the court and reports written by the travelers.

The Titans in front of the Olympic Arena in Barcelona, where the “Dream Team” won their gold medal

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The Titans in Spain The Games Game 1: Titans Roll To First Win In Spain, 105-79 The Titans rolled to a 105-79 victory over Club Basquet Navas in the first of their five exhibition games in Spain behind stellar performances from junior Xavier Keeling and senior Eulis Stephens. Keeling led the way with 23 points, six boards and four 4 steals. Stephens’ intensity and senior leadership on foreign soil was invaluable to the Titans as he had 21 points, three steals and three blocks. Eugene Blue and Thomas Kennedy each pitched in 15 and Eli Holman scored 13 with six boards, despite finding himself in foul trouble. The team from Spain, Club Basquet Navas, was excellent competition for the Titans in their first game in Spain. A balanced mix of low post physicality and perimeter shooting allowed the Titans to test many of the techniques that coach Ray McCallum and his staff had been teaching in the 10 days of practice leading up to this trip. Coach McCallum said: “I was pleased with the overall effort. After having 10 days of practice, our guys were anxious to get a game going. We initially went on an 8-0 run to start the game and the adrenalin was high. Our bench helped us and they were stellar. We played a full 40 minutes and that was big.” Added Keeling: “This was the first time we’ve played in an organized setting. I thought we played really well and I am looking forward to adding Jason, Curtis, Lamar and John to this year’s Titan family. All in all this has been a great beginning to this trip and we just want to thank everybody who made this possible. We are really finding our identity and that is to play hard and play together.” Game 2: Keeling, Holman Pace Titans To Second Straight Win In Spain

The Titans’ Itinerary In Spain Aug. 19 – Depart for Barcelona Aug. 20 – Guided tour in Barcelona Aug. 21 – Sightseeing to Barrio de Gracia fiesta, Game 1 vs. Navas Aug. 22 – Morning visit to Barcelona Olympic Village, Game 2 vs. Girona Aug. 23 – Bullfighting show Aug. 24 – Travel to Valencia Aug. 25 – Guided Tour of Valencia and the Llardo Museum, Game 3 vs. Calpe Aug. 26 – Depart for Lliria, Game 4 vs. Lliria Aug. 27 – Depart for Madrid, sightseeing Aug. 28 – Depart for Avila, Game 5 vs. Avila Aug. 29 – Depart Madrid for Detroit previous team we played (Club Basquet Nevas),” Kennedy said. “We outhustled them and we had more scorers then they did, but all in all they were great competition even if the score says differently.” “We make plays off of our defense,” Stephens added. “We are a pretty good defensive team and I believe that the road to a championship starts with defense. We have a lot of scorers and on any given night one of us will go off.” Assistant coach Derek Thomas liked the way the Titans took the play to the Spanish team. “I thought both teams played well in the first quarter, but our conditioning and aggressive play took over in the second and third quarters and that really led us to victory,” coach Thomas said. “I thought our inside game really hurt them. We penetrated and drove the ball well, which allowed us to go to the line and shoot some free throws.” Game 3: Titans Go 3-For-3 In Spain, Winning 117-70

Led by Xavier Keeling’s 21 points and Eli Holman’s 20, the Detroit Titans notched their second consecutive win of the exhibition tour in Spain, 97-48 over Girona. Holman was also dynamic on the boards, pulling down 12 rebounds, while also blocking eight shots. Four other Titans scored in double digits including Thomas Kennedy with 16 points, Chase Simon and Eulis Stephens with 13 each and Donavan Foster, who had 10. “I thought Girona was a much better team and they were more talented then the

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The Titans cruised to a 117-70 victory over C.B. Calpe behind the hot perimeter shooting of Eulis Stephens, who led five Titans in double figures with 24 points. Stephens was 6-for-7 from behind the arc on the night as the Titans won their third straight game during an exhibition tour in Spain. Eli Holman was dominant in controlling every aspect of play in the paint. Chipping in 20 points, the Titans’ big man made his presence known on the defensive end by controlling the glass, blocking shots and deflecting many of the host team’s interior passing attempts.


Coach Ray McCallum talks strategy with the Titans during a timeout in Calpe Other Titans in double figures were Chase Simon, who scored 17, Thomas Kennedy with 15 and Xavier Keeling, who added 14. “After two days off, I thought we came back and played with great energy and I think every game we’ve had a different starting lineup and every guy has responded,” Titans coach Ray McCallum noted. “Chase and Woody (Payne) both played nice ball games and this victory is chalked up to a combination of our defense and a night of quality shooting. This was our best shooting night. Our ball movement was the best it’s been. We passed the ball really well. The unselfish team play has been really positive for us.” Other notable statistics came from Eugene Blue, who went 4-for-4 from the field, scoring eight points, while pulling down seven boards. The Titans’ floor generals, Woody Payne and Donavan Foster, had steady hands at both ends of the floor as Foster led the team with five assists, while Payne had a team-high six steals. “Our defensive intensity was great,” Payne enthused. “We only had six turnovers in the first half and we really attacked the glass hard. We were able to start our transition fast breaks and on the offensive end grab a lot of rebounds which resulted in putbacks.” “I thought we got out in transition and our defense created opportunities for our offense to score,” assistant coach Carlos Briggs added. “Eli’s dominance down low created scoring opportunities for Eulis, Chase, Thomas and every one else. Coach McCallum did an excellent job of substituting and getting guys in and out of the game. In the second half, I want to say we went on a 10-2 run and it seemed like we were really clicking. This is going to be an exciting year for Titans Basketball.” The Titans have been dominant overseas in running a

quick transition break which is a testament to their hard work in summer conditioning under the watchful eye of strength and conditioning coach Joe Tofferi and his able staff. Game 4: Simon Explodes For 30 As Titans Win Fourth In A Row Chase Simon scored 30 points as the Titans won their fourth straight game in Spain, 106-52 over C.B. Lliria. Simon set the tone early in a very hot gym as he scored 17 points in the first quarter alone on 8-of-9 shooting, leading six Titans in double figures for the night. “The game was about us. We wanted to work on our communication on the court and really execute effectively on both ends of the floor,” Simon noted. “We have come out to quick starts in each of our four games and this year is going to be very exciting. We hope that we keep our focus and concentration at a high level in order to be as successful as we want to be this season.” Simon was joined in twin digits by big man Eli Holman, who recorded a double-double with 20 points and 15 rebounds, plus Thomas Kennedy (19 points and eight boards), Xavier Keeling (13 points while going 3-for-4 from the three-point line), Eulis Stephens (11) and the floor general, Donovan Foster, (10 points and six assists.) “We used another different lineup for tonight’s game and the five tonight responded. I think every game, I can sense that we are feeling more and more comfortable with each other in regards to ball movement and the balanced scoring,” head coach Ray McCallum said. “What we’ve said this entire trip is that it’s about us and (continued)

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Game action at Avila in the final contest of the Spanish tour our approach to the game, not the opponents. Every day, we’ve had a cultural experience and then gone and played basketball at night. It emphasizes that this is not only about basketball. Our guys are growing from an educational standpoint as well and this has been an amazing trip.” Added assistant coach Jay Smith, “Having been the fourth game in five days, I thought we came out and played with good energy. I thought Chase really came in and was a presence on both ends of the court. Eli’s physical presence on the glass was a huge factor. Anybody that we have played off the bench has come in and really picked up the level of intensity and delivered that spark that all teams need coming from their bench.” Game 5: Titans To Return Home Undefeated After 82-77 Victory The Titans returned to America with an unblemished 5-0 record thanks to an 82-77 victory over Avila in their final exhibition game in Spain. The Titans were put to the test against Avila and trailed for the entire first half of play. They were down by as many as 11 in the second quarter before cutting the host’s advantage to 44-43 at halftime. Having conquered their mental fatigue and remembering their “family” desire, they rallied around each other to post their fifth straight victory.

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Thomas Kennedy led the way for the Titans with 14 points, while Donavan Foster and Eulis Stephens were next in line with 12 apiece. Xavier Keeling and Chase Simon were also in double figures for Detroit, each scoring 10 points. “We continued with a new starting five. The encouraging thing about this game was at the end of this long trip and with our guys tired, we were put to the test and overcame fatigue,” Titans coach Ray McCallum said. “We had a tremendous lift defensively in the second quarter. We had tremendous energy. Going into the half, we were down one and came out in the third quarter and established the tempo for the rest of the game. “We went on a 7-0 run and didn’t look back. Xavier Keeling’s three-point shot was huge and we finished out the ball game. During the last four minutes of the game, our defensive stands and offensive execution were crucial. We were in a lot of games just like this one last year and we learned a lot about ourselves and each other with this win. We will be sure to carry all of this into our season.” “This was an exciting game, against a great opponent and in a great atmosphere,” added assistant coach Derek Thomas. “We were playing from behind and we persevered. This is something we will take with us into the season and it leaves a great taste in our mouths. I thought it was a total team effort. Guys helped us on both the offensive and defensive end and it was a collection of great play from all of our guys.” With many great memories in tow along with their five straight victories, the Titans winged their way back home.


The Blogs Throughout their journey to Spain this summer, members of the UDM travel party kept fans back home abreast of what was going on through a series of blogs that were published on DetroitTitans.com. Here’s a sampling of what was written, from start to finish: Woody Payne: Our last day in Barcelona, which is easily one of the most beautiful cities in the world, was more of a relaxed day. The last two days, we’ve been playing amazing basketball and picking up two great wins. Coach McCallum decided to let us relax and catch some sights. We attended a bull fight for the first time in all of our lives. It was an experience of a lifetime. Me, personally, it was my first and probably my last time going to an event like that. It just wasn’t my cup of tea. But to wrap this up, we’ll be heading to Valencia tomorrow and we have a long day ahead of us, so I’m going to relax, catch some sights and work on my Spanish.

Shout out to my family and all of my friends back home. All of our teammates back home, we are doing this with you all on our minds and can’t wait to have you join us. See you soon. Donavan Foster: We took a long bus ride to Madrid yesterday and toured the city. We had our pre-game meal today at TGI Friday’s. Deron, our tour guide who has helped us with every aspect of this trip, told us we would lose our final game and it was great to prove him wrong after a very tough game. After this game, I thought about it for a minute and realized that tonight’s game was the first in two years that I’ve ever seen Thomas Kennedy dive for a loose ball. That shows you how much we wanted this game. Xavier was hitting shots and Woody provided a spark off the bench. It’ll (continued)

Chase Simon: It’s been a long day. We traveled from Barcelona to Valencia by bus. Once we got to Valencia, we went to an aquarium and saw all types of fish and sharks. We saw walruses that looked like Eugene Blue, just a little bigger, and penguins that looked like Woody Payne. We also saw an incredible dolphin show with synchronized swimmers. Overall, it was a long day and now it is over. I can rest up tonight and I cannot wait for the game tomorrow. Shout out to the lodge boyz, every Titans fan and my family. Thomas Kennedy: My experience on this trip has been incredible. I have experienced a lot from the culture, to the language, to the food and the basketball. Barcelona was a lot of fun and it seemed like the city that never slept. They had great ice cream. The hotels have been nice, but the beds are small and the bathrooms have no doors. Things are different over here. We went to a dolphin show when we arrived in Valencia and that was very cool. It’s been great to win these games that we have played. After our win tonight against Lliria, the host team prepared a little postgame meal with small sandwiches and chips and drinks. It was very good and they were very generous to us. That’s about it for now from me.

The Titans in front of la Sagrada Familia in Barcelona

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The Titans join with the team from Calpe for a post-game photograph be exciting to take the things we’ve learned about how to win games over here, back home with us. I’m looking forward to adding the new guys when we get back home. They will be such a huge addition to our team and I am planning on the Titans going from worst to first in the Horizon League. Can’t wait to get home. Over ‘N Out. Athletic Director Keri Gaither: This trip has been an amazing experience in so many ways. To watch these young men, most of whom have never been outside the U.S. before, embrace this opportunity to learn about the history and culture of another country through the game of basketball, was very special. Spending 11 days with the group, traveling through the cities and towns of this beautiful country, has brought us all closer. Not only by learning about the Spanish people, but also about ourselves and each other. I was pleased with the way the team came together on the court, but also as a family off the floor. Stepping up and helping each other out in new and different situations that they had never been a part of before, was special to see. I enjoyed observing the players interact with the locals, who often spoke very little, or no, English. Seeing Thomas Kennedy barter his way through buying pistachios in

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an open air market with a Spanish woman who didn’t understand a word he said… it was terrific when he came away with 2 Euros worth of nuts. Watching the young kids as well as adults surround Eli, asking him for his autograph and to have photos taken with him, made me smile. Surviving Chase’s silly tricks and pranks made me laugh on several occasions. Seeing the looks of surprise and delight as the team walked together on the streets of Barcelona was gratifying. Experiencing the exchange of T-Shirts and jerseys between the Titans and the host teams came with a real sense of sportsmanship. Witnessing these young men mature and persevere on the court, especially in their last game, battling back to claim victory, was exhilarating. I know the student-athletes have learned many valuable lessons during this trip from coach McCallum and his staff, all of which have been taken to heart. These lessons will carry over to the court as well as the classroom. So with all of this, I could not be more proud of this team. Our players have accepted and embraced the experience with appreciation and grace. Thank you to Fr. Stockhausen, Michael Joseph and the many generous people who made this trip possible. You have given these young men an experience of a lifetime and I think you will also be very proud of the fruits of this labor.


2010 Titan Outlook In his second season on the job at Detroit, energetic head coach Ray McCallum will count on a blend of the old and the new – as well as the fruits of a successful, undefeated exhibition tour played in Spain this summer – as he works to get the Titans back on the winning side of the basketball ledger sheet. He’s got more many new faces than he does veterans from last winter’s playing roster and, while his team won’t require name tags as they get to know each other early in the season, how quickly they mesh will go a long way towards spelling a successful season at UDM. The 5-0 exhibition tour of Spain in August helped push that process along. “I feel like we got a jump start on the year with our trip to Spain. Our team really came together and bonded,” McCallum noted. “When you’re in a different country and you don’t speak the language, it’s like you against the world. We played well, but that’s just the start for this team.” Key holdovers – the “old” – include a trio of seniors who also happened to be the Titans’ top three scorers in 2009. That group includes one-time junior college AllAmerican Thomas Kennedy at forward, point guard Woody Payne and backcourtmate Eulis Stephens. Kennedy showed the way with an 11.6 scoring average. The dependable Payne was second in the league with 2.2 steals per game and fourth in assists (3.6) while also contributing 8.3 points a contest. Payne, 5-11, and the 6-5 Stephens, who averaged 8.1 points a game, headline the Detroit backcourt, having played three years together as Titans, the last of which they spent helping implement coach McCallum’s new system. Stephens is a slasher who can work his way through the lane quickly, and he’s shown an improved shooting touch from long range. His accuracy rate on three-pointers go could climb in 2010 if his hard work indeed pays dividends. Payne is the floor general on offense, and remains one of the best onthe-ball defenders in the Horizon League. The slender lefthander logged more minutes a game (30.6) than any of the 2009 Titans, and his presence on the court definitely helped make the attack click. And there’s help on the way for the senior duo, the lone two players still on hand who played the 2007-08 season for Detroit, and sophomore holdovers Donavan Foster and Jordan Fee. Coach McCallum and his staff hit the recruiting trails hard as they signed three key newcomers who will give the Titans more depth at guard and shore up an admitted weakness in perimeter shooting. Two of the new Titans – 6-0 Lamar Lee and 6-4 Curtis

Thomas Kennedy

The 2009-10 Titans By Class Seniors (4): Eugene Blue, Thomas Kennedy, Woody Payne, Eulis Stephens Juniors (3): Curtis Eatmon, Xavier Keeling, Lamar Lee Sophomores (4): Jordan Fee, Donavan Foster, Eli Holman, Chase Simon Freshmen (2): Jason Calliste, John Hoskins

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2010 Titan Outlook Titan Basketball Quick Facts

Xavier Keeling

Head Coach: Ray McCallum Career Record: 177-172 (12 seasons) School Record: 7-23 (1 season) Assistant Coaches: Carlos Briggs, Jay Smith, Derek Thomas Director of Basketball Operations: Will Finch Graduate Manager: Mike Faletti 2008-09 Overall Record: 7-23 2008-09 Conference Record: 2-16 (10th place) 2008-09 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 5/7 Starters Returning (3): Forward Thomas Kennedy, Guard Eulis Stephens, Guard Woody Payne Starters Lost (2): Center Michael Harrington, Center Jason Bennett Medical Redshirt Returning (1): Forward Xavier Keeling Key Newcomers: Center Eli Holman, Forward John Hoskins, Guards Jason Calliste Curtis Eatmon, Lamar Lee, Chase Simon

Eatmon – came from the junior college ranks. But both already have Division I experience, Eatmon having started his college career at Utah and Lee at Indiana State. A third new guard, 6-2 Jason Calliste, is a Canadian by birth but played well last year at the Quality Education Academy in North Carolina. His success on an AAU national championship team, too, helped fuel his four-star rating by the recruiting services. Still a fourth newcomer on the perimeter is 6-6 swingman Chase Simon, who redshirted last winter after transferring from Central Michigan. It took only one game in particular – the night during the Titans’ summer games in Spain in which Simon scored 30 points – to show he brought a good scoring touch with him to UDM. “This is a recruiting class that gives us some more talent on the perimeter. We have some guys with shooting ability,” coach McCallum said. “I think our coaching staff – Carlos Briggs, Jay Smith and Derek Thomas – did an outstanding job putting our recruiting class together. They did an excellent job identifying players who bring what we need. These players have great character and an outstanding work ethic.”

Coach Ray McCallum

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The 6-7 Kennedy’s return bodes well for the front court. He was a consistent performer who scored 18 points against nationally-ranked Purdue in his Detroit debut and topped the 20-point mark on three occasions by season’s end. In addition to Kennedy, the “new” element will be critical up front as McCallum works 6-9 transfer Eli Holman – a former Top 100 recruit when he began his college career at Indiana – into the center slot and 6-7 Xavier Keeling back into the lineup. The Titans’ leading scorer (12.4) and rebounder (6.6) after the first seven games last season, Keeling was lost for the year with a foot injury but is now back ready to go. In his limited stint, Keeling really showed what he can do to help the Titan cause, scoring a personal high of 21 points against Saint Louis while hauling in nine rebounds on three different occasions. Like Holman, Keeling began his college career at Indiana before moving on to a junior college in his native Alabama, and now the two former Hoosier teammates are reunited on the court. Holman brings interior rebounding and shot blocking skills the Titans have been missing, and has already been labeled pre-season Horizon League Newcomer of the Year by Blue Ribbon Yearbook. “These are two very good players who were recruited to the Big Ten out of high school. Eli gives us a new dimension

in the middle. I look for them to be our best rebounders,” McCallum said. “They’re going to set the tone for us on the defensive end. There are not going to be any teams that can push them around. They’re going to make us a much better team this year.” The Titans can also count on 6-8 senior Eugene Blue, who became a dependable reserve as last season wore on, and 6-10 John Hoskins, the first Detroit-area recruit to sign with coach McCallum, up front. The 2009 Titans were stingy on defense as their 64.6 points allowance ranked fourth in the Horizon League. However, they suffered shooting woes throughout the year, scoring just 56.5 themselves. McCallum believes the balance will definitely change in 2010 as his second season on the job begins to unfold. “We tried to get better every game last year and we put some things in place for the future,” McCallum observed. “We’re going to improve and be a lot better this year. I really liked what I saw of the team as we prepared at home and then went to Spain this summer. The extra practice sessions we had were extremely valuable. It was good to get Xavier back on the court and get Eli and Chase some game action after they redshirted, and now we’re looking forward to adding in the rest of the new players so we can keep improving.”

How the 2009-10 Titans Were Built Eugene Blue – Signed in November, 2007 Curtis Eatmon – Signed in November, 2008 Jordan Fee – Walked on in October, 2007 Donavan Foster – Signed in November, 2007 John Hoskins – Signed in November, 2008 Jason Calliste – Signed in April, 2009 Eli Holman – Transferred from Indiana in April, 2008 Lamar Lee – Signed in November, 2008 Xavier Keeling – Signed in April, 2008 Thomas Kennedy – Signed in April, 2008 LaMarcus Lowe (redshirt) – Transferred from Western Michigan in August, 2009 Woody Payne – Signed in November, 2005 Chase Simon – Transferred from Central Michigan in September, 2008 Eulis Stephens – Signed in May, 2006

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UDM Media Roster Head Coach Ray McCallum

Assistant Coach Carlos Briggs

Assistant Coach Jay Smith

Assistant Coach Derek Thomas

Operations Dir. Will Finch

Graduate Mgr. Mike Faletti

0 Xavier Keeling

1 Chase Simon

3 Lamar Lee

4 Curtis Eatmon

5 Donavan Foster

11 Woody Payne

15 Thomas Kennedy

24 Eulis Stephens

25 Jordan Fee

30 Eugene Blue

32 Eli Holman

33 John Hoskins

Pronunciation Guide Xavier: ZAY-v’yer Eatmon: EET-minn Eulis: YULE-iss Holman: HOLE-man Calliste: Cuh-LEAST Faletti: Fuh-LET-ee 35 Jason Calliste

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Meet The Titans

Seniors Eulis Stephens - Eugene Blue - Woody Payne - Thomas Kennedy

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Eugene Blue Senior • Forward • 6-8 • 260 • Flint, MI/Northern

A tough post player, worked his way into a key reserve’s role as last season wore on… 2008-09 A pleasant surprise for the Titans, Blue played in 22 games earning five starts on the season…His 22 games played came after not seeing any action in the first seven games of the season as he was being counted on to redshirt until injuries forced him into the rotation…Averaged 4.6 points, while shooting 57-percent from the field (41-of-71)…In fact, Blue never missed more then three shots in a game and that only occurred three times…Saw his first collegiate action at Bowling Green, ending the night with three points and a rebound, while he started his first game three days later against Aquinas…Had four points versus Cleveland State…Pulled down five rebounds at Valparaiso in just 11 minutes of court time and came back the next game with eight points and three boards in 15 minutes at Butler…Came up with his first block against Loyola and matched that with a swat at Chicago State…Netted a season-high 10 points on a 4-of-6 effort from the field in a home contest against Butler…Matched his career-high of 10 points on a career best 5-of-6 shooting against Green Bay, while grabbing a personal best seven rebounds…Received the Frank R. Gerbig Sr. Sportsmanship award at the annual men’s basketball banquet. COLLEGE Spent the 2007-08 season at Pensacola (FL) Community College, where he was coached by former Titan assistant coach Paul Swanson… That’s the same junior college where

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BLUE’S CAREER HIGHS Points: 10 (2x, last vs. Green Bay 2/26/09) Rebounds: 7 (vs. Green Bay 2/26/09) Assists: 2 (at Wright State 2/14/09) Steals: 2 (vs. UIC 1/22/09) Blocks: 1 (2x, last at Chicago State 1/26/09)

former Titan Elijah Warren first played, and Warren is now on Swanson’s coaching staff, completing the Pensacola-Detroit circle… Blue played in 29 games with nine starts with the Pirates… Averaged 7.3 points and 4.5 rebounds per game… Hit on 57 percent from the field… Prior to Pensacola, he attended Neosho County (KS) Community College for a year… Averaged 11 points on the year, including a seasonhigh of 30 points… PERSONAL A two-year letterwinner in basketball at Flint Northern under head coach Darnell Hughley…Named MVP as a senior after leading the Vikings in scoring at 14 points a night…Chose to come back to Detroit to be closer to his family… Signed with UDM in November of 2007 as his season at Pensacloa CC was just unfolding… Enjoys watching television and sleeping in his spare time…Lists Tim Duncan as his favorite NBA player… Majoring in communications…Born July 21, 1988…


Blue’s Career-Statistics Year GP-GS FG-FGA 2008-09 22-5 41-71

PCT .577

3FG-A PCT 0-0 .000

FT-A PCT PTS 19-34 .559 101

AVG OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO A 4.6 15 32 47 2.1 60-2 6

TO 32

BLK STL MIN 2 6 357

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Thomas Kennedy Senior • Forward • 6-7 • 210 • Detroit, MI/Southeastern

The first player to sign with UDM after coach Ray McCallum came on board, Kennedy is a proven front court player with the ability to put points on the board in a variety of ways… 2008-09 The Titans’ leading scorer last season after tallying 11.6 points per game, 14th in the conference, to go with 4.5 rebounds per contest…Earned the John R. Kirwin Leading Scorer Award as well as the Norm Swanson Top Newcomer honor at the end of the season…Shot 44 percent from the field (141-of-314) and 51 percent (124-of-244) from inside the three-point arc…Scored in double figures on 16 occasions with three 20+ point contests, while corralling five or more rebounds in 10 games…Posted 18 points on 7-of-13 shooting, including 4-of-8 from three, and seven rebounds in his Titan debut at #10/11 Purdue… Topped his rebounding total by grabbing eight boards at Western Michigan, while handing out three assists and coming away with three steals…Notched his second double scoring outing of the season with 12 points, while adding five boards, versus Eastern Michigan…Tallied 18 points, including 13-straight in a 19-6 Titan second-half run, helping UDM end a 19-game road losing steak with a victory over Central Michigan…Had 19 points against Youngstown State…Recorded his first career double-double with 17 points and a career-high 10 rebounds against Wright State…Set new career highs in points (24), field goals (9), field goal attempts (15) and steals (5) at Chicago State, while adding nine rebounds and three assists…Matched his personal offensive output with 24 markers on 9-of-15 shooting at Youngstown State…Netted a team-high 21 points and grabbed eight rebounds at UIC…Had 12 points, five rebounds and two steals at Cleveland State in the first round of the Horizon League Tournament.

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KENNEDY’S CAREER HIGHS Points: 24 (2x, last at Youngstown State 1/31/09) Rebounds: 10 (vs. Wright State 1/16/09) Assists: 4 (vs. Loyola 1/24/09) Steals: 5 (at Chicago State 1/26/09) Blocks: 2 (3x, last vs. Wright State 1/16/09)

COLLEGE He helped lead Mott to its second straight Division II National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) national championship in 2008… Played for legendary coach Steve Schmidt… Kennedy averaged 14.5 points per game, on 51 percent shooting, to go with a team-high 7.7 rebounds a game as a sophomore... The athletic forward also tallied 2.1 assists and 2.0 steals per contest and was named NJCAA Division II Second-Team All-American… In his two years at Mott, the Bears owned an unprecedented 70-5 record, including a 33-game winning streak to close out the 2007-08 campaign… Mott teammate Jeremie Simmons, a fellow J.C. All-American, signed with Ohio State… PERSONAL Prior to joining the college ranks, Kennedy played at Southeastern High School in Detroit alongside current Titan Eulis Stephens…As a senior, he was named an honorable mention All-PSL by the Detroit News as well as one of the Top 100 players in the state of Michigan by the Detroit Free Press… Chose to come to UDM so he could play in front of his family… Majoring in Liberal Studies... Born May 15, 1987...


Kennedy’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS FG-A 2008-09 30-29 141-314

PCT .449

3FG-A PCT 17-70 .243

FT-A PCT PTS AVG OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO A 50-64 .781 349 11.6 41 94 135 4.5 52-0 30

TO 81

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Woody Payne Senior • Guard • 5-11 • 165 • Inkster, MI/Ypsilanti

The Titans’ acknowledged floor general who logs a lot of minutes at the point while playing sticky man-to-man defense at the other end of the court… 2008-09 Earned the Robert Calihan Most Valuable Player honor as well as the Fr. Norbert Huetter, S.J. Award for attitude, dedication and leadership …Was the only Titan to start all 30 games on the season leading the team in assists (3.6) and steals (2.2), while finishing second in scoring (8.3) and third in rebounding (3.5)…He also ranked second in the Horizon League, and tied for 28th in the country in steals, while finishing fourth in the conference in assists and fifth in assistto-turnover ratio…Recorded 11 double figure scoring efforts on the season, including three 20-point performances, as well as eight games with five or more assists…Poured in 17 points against Saint Louis, hitting 8-of-10 free throws, including two with under 30 seconds left to seal the victory…Tallied his first career 20+ point game with 24 markers against Youngstown State on a career best 9-of-11 from the field… Nearly registered a triple-double with 16 points, eight rebounds and eight assists at YSU… Also played a careerhigh 43 minutes in that contest… 2007-08 Played in 24 games, with 21 starts… One of the Horizon League’s top on-the-ball defenders… Finished third in the conference, and 64th in the nation, with 1.88 steals a game… Averaged 6.3 points, 2.6 rebounds and 2.2 assists a game as a sophomore… Led the Titans in shooting at 46 percent from the field and was second in three-point percentage, hitting 42 percent of his attempts… Started his first collegiate game in the Titans season-opening victory over Kent State, finishing with five points, three rebounds and two

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PAYNE’S CAREER HIGHS Points: 24 (vs. Youngstown State 1/1/09) Rebounds: 8 (at Youngstown State 1/31/08) Assists: 8 (2x, last at Youngstown State 1/31/08) Steals: 6 (2x, at Loyola 2/18/09) Blocks: 2 (2x, last vs. Valparaiso 2/7/09) assists… The recipient of the Larry Doyle Most Dedicated Titan Award… 2006-07 Played in 27 of the Titans’ 30 games as a freshman… His playing time reached double figures on six occasions, including a season-high 17 minutes played in Detroit’s win at Chicago State… PERSONAL A third-team All-State player at Ypsilanti High as a senior under coach Steve Brooks… Averaged 14.3 points, seven rebounds, five steals and six assists in his final prep season… Led his team to a District title in the state tournament… Signed a National Letter of Intent before the start of the campaign… Just played the second half of his junior year at Ypsilanti after transferring from Inkster… Despite missing the first 14 games of the season, still moved into the lineup quickly and was able to average 18 points a contest… Received All-Mega Conference and All-Metro West accolades at the end of the year… An outstanding performer in track and field as well… Graduated from Ypsilanti after winning the 2006 state championship in the long jump (22-8) while also finishing fourth in the high jump (6-5)… Set his school record in the long jump with a distance of 23-1… Also ran the 100 meters for the Braves, finishing second at the Division I Regionals… Major in Communications Studies… Born March 25, 1988…


Payne’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS FG-A 2006-07 27-0 8-30 2007-08 24-21 57-125 2008-09 30-30 93-213 Career 81-51 158-368

PCT .267 .456 .437 .429

3FG-A 0-2 9-21 7-25 16-48

PCT .000 .429 .280 .333

FT-A PCT 7-14 .500 29-45 .644 55-90 .611 91-149 .610

PTS 23 152 248 423

AVG 0.9 6.3 8.3 5.2

OFF DEF 4 10 7 53 19 86 30 149

TOT 14 60 105 179

AVG 0.5 2.5 3.5 2.2

PF-FO A TO BLK STL MIN 24-0 13 21 0 5 163 48-0 52 68 4 43 644 64-0 107 74 9 66 919 136-0 172 163 13 114 1,726

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Eulis Stephens Senior • Guard • 6-5 • 190 • Detroit, MI/Southeastern

A big guard who’s hard to check when he slashes through the lane on the way to the hoop… 2008-09 One of the Titans’ top returning scorers, Stephens appeared in 26 games as a junior with 17 starts…Second on the team with 8.1 points per game, while corralling 2.5 rebounds per contest…Also third on the squad hitting 71 percent from the free throw line and connecting on 15 three-point field goals…Scored in double figures nine times, with a seasonhigh 17 points on two occasions…One of two Titans to score in double figures at #10 Purdue netting 12 points…Tallied a team-high 13 points to go with five rebounds, two assists and two steals in 27 minutes off the bench against EMU… Grabbed a season-high six rebounds at Youngstown State, while recording a career-high four steals at UIC… 2007-08 Played in all 30 games, with 20 starts… Finished the year third on the squad in scoring at 7.0 points per contest and ended up tied for second with 3.4 boards a night… Really picked up his game in the second half of the season, averaging 9.8 ppg and 4.6 rpg in the last 16 games, up from 3.7 and 1.9, respectively, in the first 14 contests… The only Titan to score in double figures in the Horizon League Tournament, netting a game- and career-high 18 points at Wright State… In that contest, he hit a career best 3-of-4 from three-point territory… Scored what was then a career-high 16 points on 6of-10 shooting against Cleveland State… Handed out a career-high four assists against Green Bay… Swatted a personal-best two shots against Wright State and tied that with a pair against Green Bay… Corralled a career-best 10 boards at Loyola… Also recorded a personal-best three steals vs. Rochester College…

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STEPHENS’ CAREER HIGHS Points: 18 (at Wright State 3/4/08) Rebounds: 10 (at Loyola 1/17/08) Assists: 4 (vs. Green Bay 2/2/08) Steals: 4 (at UIC 2/10/09) Blocks: 2 (2x, last vs. Green Bay 2/2/08)

2006-07 Saw action in 23 of the Titans’ 30 games as a freshman… Was generally used as a reserve, but did have one stretch prior to the New Year in which he started four straight contests… Averaged 3.0 points in those four starting assignments, including a career-best seven markers against eventual Horizon League kingpin Wright State… Also had four points in a later contest against Wright State… Had a one-game high of three rebounds against UIC, another of Detroit’s Horizon League opponents… PERSONAL Capped off a stellar high school career at Detroit Southeastern by earning second-team All-State accolades at the end of his senior campaign… Averaged 24 points, 12 rebounds and six assists in 2006, his final season with the Jungaleers…Was also a Public School League All-Academic selection… Played for coach Carlton Johnson…Was All-City for three straight years… His teams won two District championships, and a like number of Regional titles, during his high school career… Former Southeastern teammate Thomas Kennedy is now a UDM teammate after transferring from the J.C. ranks… Stephens’ father, Eulis Sr., played collegiately at nearby Oakland University, where he was a 1,000-point career scorer… His uncle, Rod Stephens, played linebacker in the NFL for the Washington Redskins… Majoring in Accounting… Born Feb. 10, 1988...


Stephens’ Career Statistics Year GP-GS FG-A 2006-07 23-4 12-40 2007-08 30-20 86-211 2008-09 26-17 75-190 Career 79-41 173-441

PCT .300 .408 .395 .392

3FG-A 1-13 8-31 15-57 24-100

PCT .077 .258 .263 .240

FT-A 6-15 29-55 45-63 80-133

PCT .400 .527 .714 .601

PTS 31 209 210 450

AVG 1.3 7.0 8.1 5.6

OFF 8 32 12 52

DEF 16 69 54 139

TOT 24 101 66 191

AVG 1.0 3.4 2.5 2.4

PF-FO 17 -0 61-1 48-1 126-2

A 6 34 27 67

TO 14 38 40 92

BLK 0 11 7 18

STL MIN 2 187 19 770 19 647 40 1,604

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Xavier Keeling Junior • Forward • 6-7 • 235 • Huntsville, AL/J.O. Johnson

Back in action after going through a medical redshirt season, Keeling hopes to pick up where he left off in 2008-09 – his first season at UDM…

KEELING’S CAREER HIGHS Points: 21 (vs. Saint Louis 11/29/08) Rebounds: 9 (3x, last at Milwaukee 12/4/08) Assists: 3 (at DePaul 11/26/08) Steals: 2 (vs. Eastern Michigan 11/22/08) Blocks: 2 (vs. Ball State 12/30/06)

2008-09 Appeared in just seven games and was leading the team in scoring and rebounding until a foot injury forced him to the sidelines for the final 23 contests of the season…Averaged 12.4 points and 6.6 rebounds per game, including 3.5 on the offensive glass…Tallied double digits in scoring in five of his seven games, while pulling down a career-best nine boards on three occasions … Had four points and four rebounds in 28 minutes at #10 Purdue in his first game as a Titan… Netted 12 points and nine rebounds at Western Michigan… Posted 15 points, all in the second half, while grabbing eight rebounds and handing out three assists at DePaul…Poured in a career-high 21 points against Saint Louis on 6-of-9 shooting, 2-of-3 from behind the arc and 7-of-8 at the free throw line…Also grabbed nine rebounds in that contest…Had a team-high 19 points and nine caroms in his first Horizon League game at Milwaukee.

in the Alabama Community College Conference championship game … For a period of the season, WSCC was the top-ranked junior college program in the country… Keeling averaged 9.2 points per game and was second on the squad with 5.4 rebounds, 4.6 assists and 1.6 steals per contest… The Lions also featured three other players who signed on with Division I programs in Javon Borum (UC-Riverside), Cory Copperwood (Wright State) and Chris Leggett (Troy State)…

COLLEGE Played his freshman year (2006-07) at Indiana University, where current UDM coach Ray McCallum was a key member of the coaching staff… At IU, he appeared in 22 games, with one start, and averaged 1.8 points and 1.1 rebounds per game… Had career bests of seven points against Purdue, and four rebounds vs. Ball State, during his year in the Big Ten... In 2008, Keeling was named first team NJCAA All-Region after helping Wallace State (AL) Community College to its best season ever with a 32-1 record… That included a school record 32-game winning streak, before the Lions fell

PERSONAL A highly touted student-athlete coming out of high school, Keeling averaged 19 points, 14 rebounds, four steals and two assists in his senior season at J.O. Johnson High School in Alabama… He earned team MVP, all-city, all-region, super all-metro and honorable mention all-state accolades... He was listed as the 31st-best small forward in the nation in the 2006 recruiting class by Scout.com, as well as a three-star recruit on Peegs.com… Combining a strong and athletic frame, he also received several Division I scholarships for football as a defensive end… Majoring in Communications Studies... Born July 28, 1988...

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Keeling’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS FG-A 2008-09 7-7 29-60

PCT .483

3FG-3 4-9

PCT .444

FT-A PCT PTS 25-39 .641 87

AVG OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO A 12.4 25 21 45 6.6 26-0 8

TO 20

BLK STL MIN 0 3 200

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Jordan Fee Sophomore • Guard • 6-3 • 195 • Grove City, PA/Grove City

A former walk-on who worked his way into the Detroit playing rotation as last season wore on… 2008-09 Played in 24 games…Saw his first collegiate action at No. 10 Purdue… Handed out his first assist at DePaul… Netted his first collegiate points on a field goal to go with a pair of free throws against Aquinas… Scored six points, including hitting three of four late free throws, to help UDM earn its first road victory in over a year at Central Michigan… Dished out a season’s best three helpers at Valparaiso… Played a season high 22 minutes at Butler… After the season, he was selected to the University Select Team that played University and Pro Teams in East Asia in a 12 day tour… The Goodwill tour was designed to build stronger relationships with the basketball federation and local university and professional basketball players and coaches for further exchange. PERSONAL Scored over 1,400 career points while leading his team to 95 victories in his four years at Grove City High School... Fee also averaged five assists and five rebounds a game… A twotime all-district performer who was named District 10 Player of the Year as junior… Was also selected to the All-State team as

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FEE’S CAREER HIGHS Points: 6 (at Central Michigan 12/23/08) Rebounds: 3 (at Youngstown State 1/3/09) Assists: 3 (at Valparaiso 1/8/09) Steals: 1 (4x, last vs. Milwaukee 2/28/09) Blocks: 0

a senior after helping the Eagles to the 2007 Pennsylvania Final Four… Played his AAU ball with the Pittsburgh Adidas… A member of the National Honor Society… Attended the Air Force Academy Prep School following high school… Enjoys boating, fishing and spending time with his family… His father, Don, played collegiate basketball at Edinboro and coached Jordan in high school… Fee lists his biggest thrill in sports as leading his team to the Pennsylvania Final Four after winning five of six games in the tournament in overtime… Undecided on his major… Born July 19, 1988...


Fee’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS FG-A 2008-09 24-0 5-16

PCT .313

3FG-3 PCT 1-1 1.000

FT-A PCT PTS AVG OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO A 7-9 .778 18 0.8 3 11 14 0.6 21-0 19

TO 17

BLK STL MIN 0 4 217

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Donavan Foster Sophomore • Guard • 5-10 • 160 • Chicago, IL/Curie

A diminutive guard who will work hard to keep his spot in the backcourt rotation that has been bolstered by junior college transfers Lamar Lee and Curtis Eatmon... 2008-09 Played in 29 games with 12 starts, missing only the first game of the year at Purdue after recovering from hernia surgery…Averaged 4.0 points, 1.2 rebounds and 1.1 assists per game as a freshman… Started in his first collegiate game against Western Michigan, finishing the contest with 12 points and two rebounds in 28 minutes of action… Returned to his hometown of Chicago to score a career-high 15 points and tallying four steals at DePaul… Had his third doublefigure scoring outing of the season with 11 markers at Milwaukee in his first conference game.. Also grabbed a career-high four rebounds in that contest and then matched that in the next game at Green Bay… Dished out a seasonbest four assists against Youngstown State…Was 4-of-6 for nine points in a BracketBuster match-up at Tennessee State… PERSONAL Was one of three “Windy City” natives on the Titan roster last year along with then-seniors Chris Hayes and Michael Harrington… Signed with UDM in November of 2007, prior to the start of his senior season in high school… A four-year

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FOSTER’S CAREER HIGHS Points: 15 (at DePaul 11/26/08) Rebounds: 4 (2x, last at Green Bay 12/6/08) Assists: 4 (vs. Youngstown State 1/1/09) Steals: 4 (at DePaul 11/26/08) Blocks: 1 (vs. Saint Louis 11/29/08)

letterwinner at Chicago Curie under coach Larry Wallace… A two-time all-city, all-conference and honorable mention all-state performer, Foster led the Condors in scoring with 16 points, eight assists and five steals per game as a senior… He averaged 10 ppg, 10 assists and four steals a game as a junior… Ranked as the No. 21 recruit in Illinois as well as the No. 6 point guard in the state by MidStateHoops.com… Played alongside current Maryland sophomore center Steve Goins in high school… Hobbies include playing video games and sleeping… Undecided on major… Born July 7, 1990…


Foster’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS FG-A 2008-09 29-12 40-123

PCT .325

3FG-A PCT 10-47 .213

FT-A PCT PTS AVG OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO A 25-32 .781 115 4.0 6 28 34 1.2 53-0 34

TO 37

BLK STL MIN 3 17 481

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Curtis Eatmon Junior • Guard • 6-4 • 180 • Rancho Cucamonga, CA/Los Osos

An experienced guard who signed with Detroit prior to his college sophomore season… COLLEGE Eatmon joins UDM after spending last season at Citrus College (CA)…Averaged 7.2 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.3 assists, helping the Fighting Owls to the second-best season in program history with a 28-5 record and a trip to the State Sweet 16…The team also won the Western State Conference and advanced to the California Community College Athletic Association State Championship game… He began his collegiate career at Utah, playing 29 games, including three starts, for the Utes during the 2006-07 season, averaging 11.3 minutes, 1.5 points, 1.1 assists, and one rebound per game… PERSONAL He played his high school ball at Los Osos, where he was a first-team All-CIF-Southern Section and Baseline League MVP as a senior… He led his team to the CIF quarter-finals, a league championship and a 25-5 record in 2005-06. He averaged 15 points, two rebounds and eight assists per game in his final prep season, and was listed among USA Today’s Top 100 players in the 2006 recruiting class... His cousin is NFL great and all-time receptions leader Jerry Rice… A business administration major… Born on March 27, 1988…

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Lamar Lee Junior • Guard • 6-3 • 170 • Lafayette, IN/Jefferson

An experienced newcomer who figures prominently in the Detroit backcourt picture heading into the 2010 season… COLLEGE Lee comes to UDM from Highland Community College (IL), where he led the Cougars to a 31-6 mark and a seventh-place finish at the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I National Tournament…He averaged 12.9 points, 2.0 rebounds and 2.8 assists a contest… Known for his shooting and ball handling, Lee hit 91 three-pointers at a 44 percent clip, while also nailing 44-of-56 (79%) from the free throw line… Played his freshman year at Indiana State, seeing action in 18 games for the Sycamores registering a 2.8-to-1 assist-turnover ratio… PERSONAL In high school, Lee was a first-team All-Area selection as a junior at McCutcheon High School in Lafayette after averaging 15 points, three rebounds and three assists a game…He was a three-time All-Conference choice despite not playing as a senior after transferring to Jefferson High… Hobbies include working out and listening to music.…Chose Detroit because of Ray McCallum’s reputation as a coach… A communications major… Born on November 10, 1988…

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Eli Holman Sophomore • Center • 6-10 • 255 • Richmond, CA/Richmond

His long-awaited debut is just around the corner… Holman is already regarded as one of the best big men in the Horizon League heading into his first active duty… Sat out last winter after transferring to Detroit from Indiana… COLLEGE Part of a Top 5-ranked recruiting class at Indiana, Holman played in six games as a Big Ten freshman before being sidelined for the rest of the season with a wrist injury…Averaged 1.0 points and 1.7 rebounds a game… Also collected three blocks and a steal in just 45 minutes of action… Had one-game bests of four points and six rebounds against Longwood in his brief IU stint… PERSONAL In high school, Holman was considered among the nation’s top 100 prospects… Averaged 24.7 points, 12 rebounds and 10 blocks as a senior under coach Ray Rogers at Richmond High School, helping his team to a 26-4 record and the state Division II championship… Was also named the top defensive player in Northern California… As a sophomore, he posted 10 points, 15 rebounds and 10 blocks per game… Sat out his junior season… Tabbed the “Sleeper” of the 2006 ABCD Camp… Ranked as the 82nd player nationally as well as the 19th-ranked center by Scout.com… Was also listed as a four-star recruit and the No. 9 prospect in the state of California by Rivals.com… Undecided on his major... Born March 22, 1989…

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LaMarcus Lowe Sophomore • Center • 6-11 • 200 • Flint, MI/Northwestern

A defensive-minded center, Lowe will sit out the 2009-10 season after transferring from Western Michigan to Detroit … COLLEGE As a freshman at Western Michigan, Lowe led the MidAmerican Conference with 48 blocked shots, three of which came against the Titans when the two teams squared off in Kalamazoo last season… For the year, Lowe played in 28 games, averaging 2.0 points and 3.2 rebounds, with single game-highs of eight points and nine rebounds in the same contest against MAC rival Toledo… His seven blocks vs. Eastern Michigan tied a school record, and he rejected at least three shots in eight different games… PERSONAL Played his high school basketball at Flint Northwestern, where he averaged 12 points, 10 rebounds and seven blocks as a senior…Won the Wildcats’ Most Improved Player and was a pre-season first-team Class B selection… His cousin, Eddie Robinson, is a former NBA player who saw action with Charlotte and Chicago over his six-year professional career… Hobbies include playing video games and spending time with his family… A computer information systems major… Born on June 7, 1988…

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Chase Simon Sophomore • Guard • 6-6 • 200 • Detroit, MI/Community

A big guard who’s ready for duty after redshirting during the 2008-09 season following his transfer to UDM… Showed his ability as a scorer after exploding for 30 points in a single game during the Titans’ exhibition tour of Spain this summer… COLLEGE Simon played 24 games at Central Michigan during the 200708 campaign, starting three times… He averaged 4.1 points and 1.5 rebounds a game… Posted career highs for points (15) and rebounds (7) in the same game, against Central Missouri… PERSONAL Before embarking on his college career, Simon starred at Detroit Community High School for coach Tony Woods… He was selected first-team Class C All-State as a senior by the Detroit Free Press, Detroit News, Associated Press and the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan after averaging 23 points and seven rebounds a game… Led his team to the quarter-finals at the 2007 state tournament… Tabbed Class C Player of the Year by Bankhoops.com… The Detroit News also selected Simon as the No. 9 recruit in the state of Michigan and the Free Press labeled him as one of the Top 100 players in the state prior to his senior season… As a junior, Simon averaged 18.4 points, 7.5 rebounds and 8.8 assists… Played AAU ball with the Michigan Mustangs… His most memorable sports moment came as a sophomore when he led his school to its first-ever state quarter-finals appearance… Lists NBA star Tracy McGrady as his favorite sports hero… His cousin, Randy Brown, played basketball at New Mexico and for three NBA teams... Undecided in his choice of major... Born March 11, 1989…

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Jason Calliste

Freshman • Guard • 6-2 • 165 • Scarborough, ON/Quality Education Academy

Comes to the Titans with the reputation of being an outstanding shooter, and will work hard to crack the team’s playing rotation right from the get-go… PERSONAL: Calliste arrived in Detroit after attending Quality Education Academy in Winston-Salem, NC, where he established himself as one of the top recruits in the state… Signed with Detroit in April of 2009… As a senior, he averaged 24 points and 11 assists per game for the Fighting Pharaohs, leading the team to a 26-7 mark and a No. 6 ranking in the state… A native of Scarborough, ON, Calliste was tabbed a four-star recruit by rivals.com during his senior season as well as the No. 86 overall and 20th-ranked guard in the country... He played his AAU ball for Grassroots Canada and was named the MVP of the 2008 Adidas Super 64 Tournament in Las Vegas after leading the team to the tournament championship with 29 points in the title game...The victory gave the team the distinction of the first Canadian travel ball program to win a major summer AAU title… During his prep career, he played against current NBA players Greg Oden and Mike Conley Jr., as well John Wall, a freshman at Kentucky who was considered the No. 1 basketball recruit in the country for 2009-10… Hobbies include writing, listening to music and watching television.… A business major… Born on Jan. 27, 1990…

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Freshman • Forward • 6-10 • 210 • Warren, MI/Conner Creek

A lanky freshman who has the scoring ability to make a contribution early in his Titan playing days… PERSONAL One of Detroit’s top high school players as a senior, Hoskins tallied 24.5 points, 10.4 rebounds and 3.4 blocks per game, while shooting 58 percent from the field, as a senior… Earned Class D All-State accolades for the second straight season… He enjoyed an outstanding junior year as well, averaging a double-double – 20 points and 14 rebounds – along with four blocks per game… At the end of the season, he was named third-team All-Macomb County (all classes)… Played for his dad, John Hoskins Sr., at Warren Conner Creek Academy early in his prep career… A nursing major…

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2009 In Review

Virtually any new college basketball coach has to endure a bit of a break-in period and, in that sense, Ray McCallum was no different in his first season at UDM. Wins weren’t as plentiful in 2008-09 as the likeable head man would have liked, but it wasn’t for lack of effort on his part, nor on those of his assistants or players, either. And what they did accomplish, for sure, was to lay the cornerstone last winter for a lot of good seasons to come. Hired in mid-April of 2008 following the retirement of longtime Titans coach Perry Watson, McCallum quickly put together a highly-regarded staff of three former college head coaches and culled the list of remaining prospects for a handful of players who would become his first signees at UDM. The newcomers, exciting prospects like junior college transfers Xavier Keeling and Thomas Kennedy – the latter a J.C. All-American – began to mesh with the holdover players and quickly their first season together was underway. Keeling and Kennedy were fixtures in the lineup as the 2009 season unfolded, joined by holdover point guard Woody Payne and a number of different options, depending on the opposition. Kennedy made his presence felt quickly, scoring 18 points on opening night as they Titans fell at Top 10-ranked Purdue. They stumbled at Western Michigan four days later, then tasted their first victory in the new coach’s home debut. Junior guard Eulis Stephens led the way with 13 points off the bench as the Titans blasted Eastern Michigan, 62-47. They stumbled again on the road, this time at DePaul, before coming home again and outlasting famed coach Rick Majerus’ Saint Louis Billikens, 62-57, as Keeling showed his stuff, exploding for 21 points. Two games later, unfortunately, Keeling’s season ended as he was felled by a foot injury. At the time, the 6-7 junior was leading the Titans both in scoring (12.6) as well as rebounding (6.6). Though Keeling’s loss opened doors for other players, it was obviously a big setback for the new head coach. “We lost a really good player. ‘X’ was really starting to get comfortable and he was playing well,” McCallum acknowledged. “We lost his points and leadership, and he had been playing a lot of minutes (almost 29 a game) for us. His loss meant other players had to step up.” Kennedy, for one, did just that and finished the year leading the Titans in scoring with an 11.6 average. Payne – the offensive quarterback and a quicksilver defender – contributed 8.3 ppg himself and Stephens was next in line at 8.1. Kennedy ended up tops on the team in rebounding (4.5), while burly senior Michael Harrington assumed a much

larger role in the post as time wore on and followed Kennedy with 4.3 boards a contest. Losses did mount up as the 7-23 season drew towards its close, but the Titans did enjoy their highlights, too. A 67-55 win at Central Michigan ended a long road losing streak, helping to provide some in-state bragging rights at the same time. And a pulsating, 68-64 overtime win at Youngstown State offered a big mid-season lift in conference play while giving McCallum his first Horizon League victory ever. A tough 56-43 loss at Cleveland State in the first round of the league tournament officially ended the season, but McCallum and his troops kept battling until the end. “We showed a tremendous amount of fight. We really played with effort as the season went along,” he said. “We didn’t want the season to end. You’ve got to be proud of the effort. It was a challenging year and a tough year. We had some very good young men in our locker room. “The season was one of foundation building. That’s what we tried to do… to implement the system and a program that’s going to be successful down the road. Our character was important, work ethic was important. We tried to get them better as a team and tried to get them to compete every night, and I know we did that.”

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2009 Results

RECORD: OVERALL ALL GAMES........... (7-23) CONFERENCE.......... (2-16) NON-CONFERENCE...... (5-7)

HOME (4-8) (1-8) (3-0)

AWAY (3-15) (1-8) (2-7)

NEUTRAL (0-0) (0-0) (0-0)

DATE TIME OPPONENT SCORE ATTEND HIGH POINTS HIGH REBOUNDS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------11/14/08 9:00 p.m. at Purdue 50-82 L 13402 (18)KENNEDY, Thomas (7)KENNEDY, Thomas (7)PAYNE, Woody 11/18/08 7:30 p.m. at Western Michigan 58-71 L 2848 (12)FOSTER, Donavan (9)KEELING, Xavier (12)KEELING, Xavier 11/22/08 7:05 p.m. EASTERN MICHIGAN W 62-47 2638 (13)STEPHENS, Eulis (5)PAYNE, Woody (5)KENNEDY, Thomas (5)STEPHENS, Eulis 11/26/08 7:30 p.m. at DePaul 62-71 L 7753 (15)FOSTER, Donavan (8)KEELING, Xavier (15)KEELING, Xavier 11/29/08 2:05 p.m. SAINT LOUIS W 62-57 2123 (21)KEELING, Xavier (9)KEELING, Xavier 12/4/08 7:00 p.m. * at Milwaukee 62-71 L 2704 (19)KEELING, Xavier (10)HARRINGTON, Michael 12/6/08 7:00 p.m. * at Green Bay 46-57 L 3139 (9)KENNEDY, Thomas (5)KENNEDY, Thomas 12/14/08 6:05 p.m. at Bowling Green 38-58 L 1624 (12)PAYNE, Woody (5)HAYES, Chris 12/17/08 7:00 p.m. AQUINAS W 58-48 1459 (17)KENNEDY, Thomas (12)HARRINGTON, Michael 12/20/08 7:00 p.m. at Illinois 51-82 L 14594 (17)KENNEDY, Thomas (4)HARRINGTON, Michael 12/23/08 7:00 p.m. at Central Michigan W 67-55 881 (18)KENNEDY, Thomas (9)HARRINGTON, Michael 1/1/09 1:05 p.m. * YOUNGSTOWN STATE 78-80 L 1109 (24)PAYNE, Woody (4)KENNEDY, Thomas 1/3/09 4:07 p.m. * CLEVELAND STATE 44-53 L 1827 (10)JOKIC, Nemanja (7)KENNEDY, Thomas (10)PAYNE, Woody 01/08/09 7:05 p.m. * at Valparaiso 41-64 L 2452 (9)JOKIC, Nemanja (6)HARRINGTON, Michael (9)KENNEDY, Thomas 01/10/09 2:00 p.m. * at Butler 50-54 L 5652 (8)KENNEDY, Thomas (7)JOKIC, Nemanja (8)STEPHENS, Eulis (8)BLUE, Eugene 1/16/09 9:05 p.m. * WRIGHT STATE 51-60 L 2369 (17)KENNEDY, Thomas (10)KENNEDY, Thomas 01/22/09 7:35 p.m. * UIC 61-65 L 1232 (13)KENNEDY, Thomas (6)HARRINGTON, Michael (13)PAYNE, Woody 1/24/09 2:05 p.m. * LOYOLA 66-72 L 2873 (20)PAYNE, Woody (6)HARRINGTON, Michael 1/26/09 7:00 p.m. at Chicago State W 68-67 922 (24)KENNEDY, Thomas (9)KENNEDY, Thomas 01/29/09 7:30 p.m. * at Cleveland State 49-66 L 1752 (14)KENNEDY, Thomas (7)KENNEDY, Thomas 1/31/09 7:05 p.m. * at Youngstown State WOT 68-64 3882 (24)KENNEDY, Thomas (9)HAYES, Chris 2/05/09 8:05 p.m * BUTLER 61-66 L 2289 (21)PAYNE, Woody (5)HAYES, Chris 2/7/09 4:05 p.m. * VALPARAISO W 56-55 1986 (20)HAYES, Chris (9)HAYES, Chris 2/10/09 7:00 p.m. * at UIC 53-64 L 3142 (21)KENNEDY, Thomas (8)KENNEDY, Thomas 2/14/09 7:00 p.m. * at Wright State 48-61 L 5891 (14)KENNEDY, Thomas (9)KENNEDY, Thomas 2/18/09 8:00 p.m. * at Loyola 41-67 L 1657 (11)STEPHENS, Eulis (9)HARRINGTON, Michael 2/21/09 7:00 p.m. at Tennessee State 75-78 L 3789 (14)HARRINGTON, Michael (6)HAYES, Chris 2/26/09 7:00 p.m. * GREEN BAY 62-78 L 976 (17)STEPHENS, Eulis (7)BLUE, Eugene 2/28/09 4:05 p.m. * MILWAUKEE 63-68 L 1833 (10)PAYNE, Woody (7)PAYNE, Woody 3/3/09 7:00 p.m. at Cleveland State 43-56 L 1988 (12)KENNEDY, Thomas (7)JOKIC, Nemanja * Conference game ATTENDANCE SUMMARY HOME.................... AWAY.................... NEUTRAL................. TOTAL...................

GAMES 12 18 0 30

TOTALS AVG/GAME 22714 1893 78072 4337 0 0 100786 3360

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2009 Statistics |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| No Player GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------01 KEELING, Xavier.... 7-7 200 28.6 29-60 .483 4-9 .444 25-39 .641 25 21 46 6.6 26 0 8 20 0 3 87 12.4 Conference-Only.. 2-2 56 28.0 8-20 .400 0-2 .000 7-11 .636 8 5 13 6.5 8 0 0 5 0 0 23 11.5 15 KENNEDY, Thomas.... 30-29 910 30.3 141-314 .449 17-70 .243 50-64 .781 41 94 135 4.5 52 0 30 81 11 25 349 11.6 Conference-Only.. 18-18 567 31.5 84-192 .438 9-37 .243 35-44 .795 25 53 78 4.3 37 0 19 44 7 9 212 11.8 11 PAYNE, Woody....... 30-30 919 30.6 93-213 .437 7-25 .280 55-90 .611 19 86 105 3.5 64 0 107 74 9 66 248 8.3 Conference-Only.. 18-18 537 29.8 65-135 .481 5-15 .333 29-52 .558 11 45 56 3.1 39 0 64 45 4 38 164 9.1 24 STEPHENS, Eulis.... 26-17 647 24.9 75-190 .395 15-57 .263 45-63 .714 12 54 66 2.5 48 1 27 40 7 19 210 8.1 Conference-Only.. 18-13 411 22.8 47-122 .385 8-33 .242 25-41 .610 7 36 43 2.4 30 1 17 29 4 11 127 7.1 23 HAYES, Chris....... 27-10 475 17.6 53-141 .376 6-26 .231 38-76 .500 28 76 104 3.9 73 4 19 50 17 19 150 5.6 Conference-Only.. 15-5 277 18.5 34-80 .425 4-12 .333 18-38 .474 19 43 62 4.1 37 3 8 24 12 11 90 6.0 42 HARRINGTON, Michael 30-12 556 18.5 50-99 .505 0-0 .000 55-80 .688 52 78 130 4.3 78 3 10 46 9 19 155 5.2 Conference-Only.. 18-8 359 19.9 33-65 .508 0-0 .000 29-43 .674 36 41 77 4.3 54 3 5 28 5 12 95 5.3 30 BLUE, Eugene....... 22-5 357 16.2 41-71 .577 0-0 .000 19-34 .559 15 32 47 2.1 60 2 6 32 2 6 101 4.6 Conference-Only.. 15-3 248 16.5 33-54 .611 0-0 .000 14-24 .583 12 26 38 2.5 42 2 5 24 1 3 80 5.3 05 FOSTER, Donavan.... 29-12 481 16.6 40-123 .325 10-47 .213 25-32 .781 6 28 34 1.2 53 0 34 37 3 17 115 4.0 Conference-Only.. 18-4 253 14.1 19-63 .302 2-21 .095 13-18 .722 3 22 25 1.4 29 0 21 20 1 8 53 2.9 21 JOKIC, Nemanja..... 30-5 592 19.7 35-108 .324 19-58 .328 26-41 .634 24 57 81 2.7 62 2 30 49 6 10 115 3.8 Conference-Only.. 18-4 364 20.2 18-57 .316 9-32 .281 13-23 .565 13 32 45 2.5 33 1 18 27 2 5 58 3.2 04 JANER, Ryan........ 18-2 140 7.8 18-41 .439 11-27 .407 4-4 1.000 2 3 5 0.3 9 0 6 13 0 3 51 2.8 Conference-Only.. 11-1 101 9.2 15-32 .469 10-21 .476 4-4 1.000 2 2 4 0.4 8 0 3 12 0 3 44 4.0 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl.... 23-1 207 9.0 10-41 .244 6-28 .214 21-27 .778 6 13 19 0.8 14 0 14 12 0 2 47 2.0 Conference-Only.. 14-1 130 9.3 6-27 .222 3-18 .167 12-17 .706 3 8 11 0.8 10 0 11 7 0 0 27 1.9 55 BENNETT, Jason..... 29-20 324 11.2 20-47 .426 0-0 .000 8-26 .308 21 29 50 1.7 61 1 0 22 25 3 48 1.7 Conference-Only.. 18-13 174 9.7 9-23 .391 0-0 .000 3-14 .214 13 17 30 1.7 37 1 0 11 10 3 21 1.2 25 FEE, Jordan........ 24-0 217 9.0 5-16 .313 1-1 1.000 7-9 .778 3 11 14 0.6 21 0 19 17 0 4 18 0.8 Conference-Only.. 15-0 148 9.9 2-10 .200 0-0 .000 2-3 .667 2 7 9 0.6 15 0 14 13 0 4 6 0.4 TEAM............... 53 45 98 3.3 1 11 Conference-Only.. 35 24 59 3.3 1 7 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total.............. 30 6025 610-1464 .417 96-348 .276 378-585 .646 307 627 934 31.1 622 13 310 504 89 196 1694 56.5 Conference-Only.. 18 3625 373-880 .424 50-191 .262 204-332 .614 189 361 550 30.6 380 11 185 296 46 107 1000 55.6 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Opponents.......... 30 6025 650-1484 .438 182-501 .363 455-665 .684 296 645 941 31.4 573 - 346 421 110 208 1937 64.6 Conference-Only.. 18 3625 389-876 .444 106-288 .368 281-418 .672 177 374 551 30.6 326 6 201 238 61 118 1165 64.7

SCORE BY PERIODS: 1st 2nd OT Total ------------------------------ ---- ---- ------Detroit Titans................ 753 928 13 - 1694 Opponents..................... 872 1056 9 - 1937 DEADBALL REBOUNDS: -----------------------------Detroit Titans................ Opponents.....................

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OFF DEF TOTAL --- ----- ----89 21 110 100 21 121


Individual Highs Detroit Titans - INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS POINTS.......................

FIELD GOALS MADE............. FIELD GOAL ATT............... FG PCT (min 5 made).......... 3 PT FG MADE................. 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS............. FREE THROWS MADE............. FREE THROW ATT............... FT PCT (min 3 made)..........

REBOUNDS..................... ASSISTS...................... STEALS....................... BLOCKED SHOTS................ TURNOVERS....................

24 24 24 9 15 1.000 4 8 8 8 11 10 1.000 1.000 1.000 12 8 6 6 3 6

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KENNEDY, Thomas at Youngstown State (1/31/09) KENNEDY, Thomas at Chicago State (1/26/09) PAYNE, Woody vs Youngstown State (1/1/09) four occasions five occasuions 5-5 ) HARRINGTON, Michael at Tennessee State (02/21/09) KENNEDY, Thomas at Purdue (11/14/08) KENNEDY, Thomas at Purdue (11/14/08) KENNEDY, Thomas at Central Michigan (12/23/08) PAYNE, Woody vs Saint Louis (11/29/08) KEELING, Xavier at Milwaukee (12/04/08) PAYNE, Woody vs Saint Louis (11/29/08) 6-6 ) KENNEDY, Thomas at Youngstown State (1/31/09) 6-6 ) STEPHENS, Eulis at Chicago State (1/26/09) 6-6 ) HARTFIELD, Tryl at Central Michigan (12/23/08) HARRINGTON, Michael vs Aquinas (12/17/08) PAYNE, Woody at Youngstown State (1/31/09) PAYNE, Woody at Loyola (02.18.09) PAYNE, Woody at Bowling Green (12/14/08) BENNETT, Jason at Bowling Green (12/14/08) PAYNE, Woody vs Valparaiso (2/7/09)

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS POINTS....................... FIELD GOALS MADE............. FIELD GOAL ATT............... FG PCT (min 5 made).......... 3 PT FG MADE................. 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS............. 3-PT FG PCT (min 2 made)..... FREE THROWS MADE............. FREE THROW ATT............... FT PCT (min 3 made).......... REBOUNDS..................... ASSISTS...................... STEALS....................... BLOCKED SHOTS................ TURNOVERS....................

31 HOLSTON, David at Chicago State (1/26/09) 10 HOLSTON, David at Chicago State (1/26/09) 23 HOLSTON, David at Chicago State (1/26/09) 17 LAZIC, PEDJA vs Aquinas (12/17/08) 1.000 ( 7-7 ) HAYWARD, Gordon vs #11/11 Butler (02/05/09) 7 HOLSTON, David at Chicago State (1/26/09) 16 HOLSTON, David at Chicago State (1/26/09) 1.000 ( 4-4 ) HAYWARD, Gordon vs #11/11 Butler (02/05/09) 10 GARY, Shawntes at Western Michigan (11/18/08) 12 GARY, Shawntes at Western Michigan (11/18/08) 1.000 ( 8-8 ) HARMAN, Robbie at Central Michigan (12/23/08) 13 BULLOCK, J'Nathan at Cleveland State (3/3/09) 9 Frazier, Chester at Illinois (12/20/08) 6 HOLSTON, David at Chicago State (1/26/09) 4 HOUSTON, Jerrell at Tennessee State (02/21/09) 4 MEIER, Tony at Milwaukee (12/04/08) 8 HOLSTON, David at Chicago State (1/26/09)

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Game 1: Detroit Titans vs Purdue Nov. 14, 2008 VISITORS: Detroit Titans 0-1 TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 01 KEELING, Xavier..... f 2-5 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... f 1-4 23 HAYES, Chris........ f 0-4 11 PAYNE, Woody........ g 3-9 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... g 4-15 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... 0-0 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... 7-13 25 FEE, Jordan......... 0-0 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. 0-0 55 BENNETT, Jason...... 0-2 TEAM................ Totals.............. 17-52

3-PT FG-FGA 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-0 4-8 0-0 0-0 0-0

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 1 3 4 3 2 5 0 4 4 0 7 7 0 4 4 0 1 1 1 6 7 0 1 1 3 2 5 1 1 2 1 1 4-14 12-19 10 31 41 FT-FTA 0-3 1-2 4-4 0-0 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-4 1-2

22 50 9 20 3 1 200

Game 3: Eastern Michigan vs Detroit Titans Nov. 22, 2008 VISITORS: Eastern Michigan 1-3 TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA 15 COOPER, Will........ f 0-2 0-1 25 DOBBINS, Justin..... f 2-5 0-0 33 BOWDRY, Brandon..... f 2-8 0-0 02 FARRIS, Solomon..... g 5-16 2-5 12 FRAZIER, L.J........ g 4-6 2-3 10 HARRISON, Branden... 0-1 0-0 13 GREEN, Antonio...... 0-1 0-0 20 GAY, Zane........... 1-3 0-1 21 FARROW, Wendale..... 0-1 0-0 34 DODD, Kyle.......... 2-2 0-0 TEAM................ Totals.............. 16-45 4-10

PF 4 4 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 4

HOME TEAM: Detroit Titans 1-2 TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 01 KEELING, Xavier..... f 5-8 12 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 6-10 55 BENNETT, Jason...... c 1-2 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... g 2-5 31 PAYNE, Woody........ g 2-5 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 2-7 23 HAYES, Chris........ 0-3 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... 4-8 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. 1-3 TEAM................ Totals.............. 23-51

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 4 4 1 3 0 0 28 2 3 2 2 0 0 24 4 4 0 2 2 0 15 2 6 6 5 0 0 37 4 12 0 2 0 0 35 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 18 0 4 0 1 30 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 1 2 0 1 0 0 10 3 1 0 0 1 0 14

HOME TEAM: Purdue 1-0 ## 04 25 03 05 23 11 20 24 30 33 44

Player Name Hummel, Robbie...... Johnson, JaJuan..... Kramer, Chris....... Grant, Keaton....... Jackson, Lewis...... Riddell, Bobby...... Green, Marcus....... Smith, Ryne......... Wohlford, Mark...... Moore, E’Twaun...... Calasan, Nemanja.... TEAM................ Totals.............. Attendance: 13402

f c g g g

TOT-FG FG-FGA 5-9 6-8 1-4 3-11 2-6 0-0 3-7 0-1 0-1 6-12 2-5 28-64

3-PT FG-FGA 2-2 0-0 0-2 3-9 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 3-4 0-2

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 4 5 9 2 2 4 1 3 4 0 3 3 0 3 3 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 5 5 1 1 2 1 1 2 8-23 18-26 9 27 36 FT-FTA 2-2 5-6 2-4 0-0 1-4 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 3-3 4-5

Game 2: Detroit Titans vs Western Michigan Nov. 18, 2008 VISITORS: Detroit Titans 0-2 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT 01 KEELING, Xavier..... f 3-6 1-1 5-8 6 3 9 12 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 3-14 1-7 0-0 3 5 8 55 BENNETT, Jason...... c 0-1 0-0 2-4 1 0 1 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... g 5-8 2-4 0-0 0 2 2 31 PAYNE, Woody........ g 1-5 0-0 0-1 2 1 3 10 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 2-5 1-3 4-4 2 0 2 23 HAYES, Chris........ 1-4 0-2 3-8 1 3 4 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... 3-6 1-2 0-0 1 1 2 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. 1-2 0-0 0-0 3 1 4 TEAM................ 1 1 Totals.............. 19-52 6-19 14-25 19 17 36 HOME TEAM: Western Michigan 1-3 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT 04 DREWS, Derek........ f 2-5 1-3 3-4 0 0 0 24 LAWSON, Donald...... c 5-9 0-0 0-0 4 0 4 22 REDELL, Michael..... g 1-4 1-4 6-8 0 4 4 23 KOOL, David......... g 3-4 1-2 9-11 0 3 3 34 GARY, Shawntes...... g 3-4 0-0 10-12 2 9 11 01 WARD, Demetrius..... 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 03 McLEMORE, Martelle.. 1-3 0-2 1-2 2 0 2 05 DOUGLAS, Mike....... 0-1 0-0 1-2 0 1 1 12 RICKS, Andre........ 1-5 0-3 0-0 0 0 0 13 HAIRSTON, Juston.... 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 20 LOWE, LaMarcus...... 1-3 0-0 0-0 0 3 3 33 WHITFIELD, Flenard.. 1-3 0-0 2-3 1 2 3 TEAM................ 2 2 Totals.............. 18-41 3-14 32-42 11 22 33 Attendance: 2848

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TP 14 17 4 9 5 0 7 0 0 18 8

A 2 0 5 4 2 0 3 1 0 3 1

TO 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

BLK 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

S 1 0 2 4 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

MIN 19 24 28 25 24 4 25 10 2 23 16

19 82 21 3 3 9 200

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 4 12 2 5 0 1 26 1 7 3 4 0 3 37 1 2 0 1 1 0 10 4 12 0 1 0 0 28 4 2 4 0 0 3 26 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 9 0 3 0 1 21 4 5 0 1 0 0 16 4 7 2 0 0 1 26 1 2 0 1 1 1 9 1 29 58 11 17 2 10 200

3-PT FG-FGA 0-0 0-3 0-0 2-4 0-2 2-4 0-0 3-6 0-0 7-19

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 0 2 2 2 1 3 3 5 8 1 7 8 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 11-13 8 19 27 FT-FTA 0-0 2-2 4-4 1-3 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 0 0 1 3 3 0 19 2 6 1 3 0 0 28 4 8 0 5 0 1 34 2 13 2 7 0 2 35 1 14 2 5 0 0 35 0 0 0 1 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 2 0 0 1 2 19 3 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 4 0 2 0 0 10 13 47 6 26 4 5 200

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 1 2 3 2 3 5 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 4 5 3 0 3 0 2 2 1 4 5 0 3 3 2 2 9-12 10 20 30

19 62 13 22 4 11 200

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 6 2 8 2 2 4 2 1 3 1 0 1 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 4 5 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 2 2 5 2 7 9-13 19 20 39

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 4 15 3 1 0 0 34 0 4 1 4 1 0 24 4 4 0 0 2 0 19 4 15 1 1 0 4 28 2 6 3 3 0 1 26 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 8 3 1 0 0 13 1 0 1 2 0 0 10 2 2 0 2 0 1 26 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 8 1 1 0 0 18 1 22 62 14 16 3 6 200

FT-FTA 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-2 2-2 3-4

PF 3 0 2 4 2 1 2 2 3

TP 12 12 2 6 4 8 0 13 5

A 0 2 0 1 3 1 3 2 1

TO 4 3 2 1 2 3 2 3 2

BLK 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0

S 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 2 1

MIN 22 29 10 27 31 25 14 27 15

Attendance: 2638

Game 4: Detroit Titans vs DePaul Nov. 26, 2008 VISITORS: Detroit Titans 1-3 TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 01 KEELING, Xavier..... f 5-12 12 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 2-10 55 BENNETT, Jason...... c 2-3 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... g 5-12 31 PAYNE, Woody........ g 3-8 04 JANER, Ryan......... 0-0 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 3-4 23 HAYES, Chris........ 0-3 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... 1-5 25 FEE, Jordan......... 0-0 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. 3-4 TEAM................ Totals.............. 24-61

3-PT FG-FGA 1-2 0-5 0-0 3-6 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-2 0-3 0-0 0-0 5-21

FT-FTA 4-7 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2

HOME TEAM: DePaul 3-0 PF 2 1 1 0 2 1 4 2 1 0 4 5

TP 8 10 9 16 16 0 3 1 2 0 2 4

A TO BLK 1 0 1 2 1 1 3 4 0 3 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 0 2 0

S MIN 0 19 0 27 0 19 4 36 1 28 0 1 0 18 0 9 0 17 0 1 1 11 0 14

## 13 31 01 02 30 00 03 11 33 55

Player Name KOSHWAL, Mac........ POSCIC, Matija...... CURRIE, Jabari...... TUCKER, Dar......... WALKER, Will........ BIZOUKAS, Michael... HILL, Devin......... KELLY, Jeremiah..... FABER, Krys......... OBI, Kene........... TEAM................ Totals..............

23 71 12 15 7 6 200 Attendance: 7753

f f g g g

TOT-FG FG-FGA 8-13 2-4 1-4 6-12 0-3 0-0 1-4 2-8 1-1 0-0 21-49

3-PT FG-FGA 0-0 0-0 1-3 4-7 0-3 0-0 0-2 2-5 0-0 0-0

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 4 5 9 5 4 9 0 1 1 1 6 7 0 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 2 1 3 7-20 22-34 15 21 36 FT-FTA 2-4 5-8 3-8 6-6 4-6 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 0 18 1 2 0 1 34 3 9 1 1 1 1 28 2 6 0 1 0 0 14 2 22 2 3 2 4 36 3 4 5 0 0 3 35 0 0 0 3 0 0 7 0 2 0 0 1 0 10 2 8 4 1 0 0 28 3 2 0 0 0 0 6 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 16 71 13 11 4 10 200


2009 Box Scores Game 5: Saint Louis vs Detroit Titans Nov. 29, 2008 VISITORS: Saint Louis 2-3 TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA 14 CONKLIN, Brian...... f 4-6 0-0 03 MITCHELL, Kwamain... g 2-6 1-4 15 EBERHARDT, Barry.... g 1-2 0-0 21 LISCH, Kevin........ g 2-11 2-6 23 CASSITY, Kyle....... g 0-4 0-1 10 ECKERLE, Paul....... 1-1 0-0 13 COTTO, Ruben........ 1-4 0-3 25 LIDDELL III, Tommie. 6-11 2-3 33 REED, Willie........ 1-3 0-0 41 THOMPSON, Brett..... 1-3 0-1 TEAM................ Totals.............. 19-51 5-18 HOME TEAM: Detroit Titans 2-3 TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 01 KEELING, Xavier..... f 6-9 12 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 1-3 55 BENNETT, Jason...... c 4-8 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... g 0-4 31 PAYNE, Woody........ g 4-8 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 1-2 23 HAYES, Chris........ 0-2 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... 3-8 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. 0-0 TEAM................ Totals.............. 19-44

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 3 4 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 0 1 1 1 4 5 2 1 3 14-18 8 16 24 FT-FTA 0-0 0-0 1-2 8-8 0-0 0-0 2-2 2-3 0-2 1-1

3-PT FG-FGA 2-3 0-1 0-0 0-1 1-2 1-1 0-2 1-4 0-0

REBOUNDS FT-FTA OF DE TOT 7-8 3 6 9 0-0 1 3 4 0-0 1 2 3 1-2 0 1 1 8-10 0 5 5 0-0 0 2 2 0-0 0 0 0 1-2 0 1 1 2-2 1 1 2 1 3 4 5-14 19-24 7 24 31

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 4 8 1 3 0 1 26 4 5 4 5 0 1 26 4 3 0 0 0 2 21 4 14 2 2 0 3 37 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 1 2 0 1 13 2 16 3 2 0 1 35 1 2 0 0 1 0 9 2 3 0 2 1 1 13

Game 7: Detroit Titans vs Green Bay Dec. 6, 2008 VISITORS: Detroit Titans 2-5, 0-2 HL TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA 01 KEELING, Xavier..... f 2-5 0-1 12 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 4-8 1-4 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. f 1-4 0-0 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... g 3-6 0-2 31 PAYNE, Woody........ g 2-7 0-1 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 2-3 1-2 23 HAYES, Chris........ 2-6 2-2 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... 3-6 0-1 55 BENNETT, Jason...... 0-1 0-0 TEAM................ Totals.............. 19-46 4-13

FT-FTA 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-4 1-1 0-0 4-7

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 2 2 4 2 3 5 1 3 4 1 3 4 1 3 4 1 1 2 1 1 2 0 3 3 0 1 1 4 2 6 13 22 35

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 4 4 0 3 0 0 20 2 9 0 4 0 0 25 2 4 1 1 0 0 22 0 6 0 5 0 1 28 2 4 4 4 0 0 36 4 5 0 1 0 0 18 0 7 1 1 1 0 20 1 7 1 0 0 2 18 1 0 0 0 1 1 13 16 46 7 19 2 4 200

22 57 11 16 2 10 200

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 3 21 2 2 0 0 34 1 2 0 4 0 1 24 3 8 0 2 2 0 23 3 1 2 4 1 0 16 3 17 3 1 1 3 34 1 3 2 1 1 0 21 2 0 0 1 1 0 3 2 8 0 0 1 0 32 3 2 0 3 0 0 13 1 21 62 9 19 7 4 200

HOME TEAM: Green Bay 5-2, 2-0 HL TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 05 TANG, Chop.......... f 0-6 21 EVANS, Terry........ f 5-7 23 BERRY, Randy........ f 3-5 10 COTTON, Troy........ g 5-12 20 FLETCHER, Rahmon.... g 3-6 00 PERINE, Bryquis..... 0-5 03 EATON, Brent........ 0-2 43 SCHACHTNER, Mike.... 3-9 50 NELSON, Pat......... 0-0 TEAM................ Totals.............. 19-52

3-PT FG-FGA 0-2 1-3 0-0 5-12 1-2 0-2 0-1 1-4 0-0

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 0 2 2 2 0 2 3 4 7 0 3 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 5 0 0 0 4 2 6 8-26 11-12 12 14 26 FT-FTA 0-0 2-3 5-5 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0

PF 0 3 2 1 3 2 1 3 2

TP 0 13 11 15 9 0 0 9 0

A 0 2 0 1 5 2 0 2 0

TO 1 0 2 2 3 2 0 2 0

BLK 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 0 2 3 1 3 1 0 1 0

MIN 18 37 32 37 24 19 3 28 2

17 57 12 12 1 11 200

Attendance: 3139 Attendance: 2123

Game 6: Detroit Titans vs Milwaukee Dec. 4, 2008 VISITORS: Detroit Titans 2-4, 0-1 HL TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA 01 KEELING, Xavier..... f 6-15 0-1 12 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 3-5 0-1 55 BENNETT, Jason...... c 0-0 0-0 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... g 2-6 0-2 31 PAYNE, Woody........ g 7-13 0-2 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... 5-13 0-3 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 0-2 0-1 23 HAYES, Chris........ 0-1 0-0 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. 2-3 0-0 TEAM................ Totals.............. 25-58 0-10 HOME TEAM: Milwaukee 4-4, 1-0 HL TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 21 MEIER, Tony......... f 2-4 23 HILL, Anthony....... f 5-10 00 SMITH, Avery........ g 1-10 02 ROBERTS, Deonte..... g 2-4 11 BOYLE, Tone......... g 5-7 01 SWIGGETT, Charlie... 0-0 04 JAMES, Deion........ 1-3 05 FRANKLIN, Ricky..... 1-5 22 ANDERSON, Kaylan.... 0-1 52 AVERKAMP, Jason..... 0-0 55 EAYRS, James........ 3-6 TEAM................ Totals.............. 20-50 Attendance: 2704

3-PT FG-FGA 2-3 0-1 0-1 0-0 3-4 0-0 1-2 0-4 0-0 0-0 0-0

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 6 3 9 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 3 3 0 4 4 1 2 3 1 4 5 6 4 10 1 1 12-23 15 24 39 FT-FTA 7-11 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-4 1-1 1-2 0-3 0-2

REBOUNDS FT-FTA OF DE TOT 3-5 2 8 10 6-9 5 1 6 3-4 1 4 5 2-3 1 3 4 8-11 0 2 2 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 3 3 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 3-5 2 3 5 1 2 3 6-15 25-37 12 26 38

PF 4 4 4 5 3 3 3 2 2

TP 19 6 0 4 17 11 1 0 4

A 0 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 0

TO 2 1 1 2 1 0 4 1 1

BLK 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

S 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0

MIN 36 14 5 27 37 30 13 12 26

30 62 6 13 1 3 200

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 4 9 0 1 4 1 31 4 16 0 1 0 0 26 1 5 7 3 1 2 32 4 6 2 4 1 0 22 1 21 0 0 0 1 39 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 1 5 3 2 4 1 0 0 22 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 9 0 1 2 0 14 20 71 13 11 8 5 200

Game 8: Detroit Titans vs Bowling Green Dec. 14, 2008 VISITORS: Detroit Titans 2-6 TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 1-4 0-1 23 HAYES, Chris........ f 2-7 1-4 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. c 2-6 0-0 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... g 1-9 0-2 11 PAYNE, Woody........ g 3-10 0-0 04 JANER, Ryan......... 0-0 0-0 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... 0-3 0-2 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 0-3 0-1 25 FEE, Jordan......... 0-0 0-0 30 BLUE, Eugene........ 1-2 0-0 55 BENNETT, Jason...... 0-0 0-0 TEAM................ Totals.............. 10-44 1-10 HOME TEAM: Bowling Green 4-4 TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 02 CLEMENTS, Darryl.... f 5-9 50 LARSON, Marc........ f 1-3 45 POLK, Otis.......... c 1-4 01 MOTEN, Brian........ g 6-14 14 JAKUBOWSKI, Joe..... g 4-6 10 THOMAS, Scott....... 0-0 20 MILLER, Nate........ 4-8 22 BROWN, Dee.......... 0-1 23 KNIGHT, Chris....... 0-3 32 KARAFFA, Matt....... 0-1 34 MARSCHALL, Erik..... 1-6 TEAM................ Totals.............. 22-55

3-PT FG-FGA 3-5 0-0 0-0 3-8 1-3 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-3 7-22

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 1 1 2 2 3 5 1 2 3 0 1 1 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 3 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 2 2 4 6 17-21 10 19 29 FT-FTA 0-0 5-6 3-3 2-3 6-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 3 2 5 3 1 4 4 2 6 0 3 3 2 7 9 1 1 2 1 6 7 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 4 2 6 1 1 2 7-13 19 29 48

FT-FTA 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-5 0-0 2-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 1 2 0 2 0 0 18 5 10 0 2 0 2 28 3 7 0 0 0 1 21 2 4 0 3 0 1 22 1 12 1 2 0 6 37 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 20 2 0 0 2 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 3 0 2 0 0 18 0 0 0 1 3 0 18 17 38 2 15 3 10 200

PF 1 3 4 3 2 0 0 2 2 0 4

TP 13 2 2 15 13 0 10 0 0 0 3

A 0 0 0 1 7 0 2 0 1 0 0

TO 0 0 4 0 5 0 4 2 0 0 2

BLK 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3

S 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 1

MIN 19 29 16 29 34 3 26 9 8 1 26

21 58 11 17 7 9 200

Attendance: 1624

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Game 9: Aquinas vs Detroit Titans Dec. 17, 2008 7 VISITORS: Aquinas 4-7 TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 14 Jake Shockey........ f 0-1 52 Pedja Lazic......... f 9-17 02 Matt McDonald....... g 1-7 04 Jordan Torres....... g 3-10 23 Damacious White..... g 5-12 05 John Oostema........ 0-0 15 Jason Fox........... 0-1 32 Mitch Briggs........ 1-2 50 Matt Weiss.......... 1-1 TEAM................ Totals.............. 20-51 HOME TEAM: Detroit Titans 3-6 TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 8-14 23 HAYES, Chris........ f 3-7 30 BLUE, Eugene........ f 0-3 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... g 1-3 11 PAYNE, Woody........ g 4-7 04 JANER, Ryan......... 0-1 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... 1-2 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 1-4 25 FEE, Jordan......... 1-1 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. 0-1 55 BENNETT, Jason...... 1-4 TEAM................ Totals.............. 20-47

3-PT FG-FGA 0-0 0-1 0-4 2-7 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-14

3-PT FG-FGA 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 0 6 6 2 5 7 0 2 2 0 5 5 1 4 5 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 3 1 0 1 1 1 2 6-11 5 28 33

FT-FTA 1-2 3-5 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 2 2 4 1 3 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 11 12 1 3 4 2 2 1-10 17-28 5 29 34 FT-FTA 1-2 1-5 0-0 4-4 6-8 0-0 1-2 1-2 2-2 1-3 0-0

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 4 1 1 2 0 1 35 4 21 2 2 2 0 35 3 2 0 5 0 0 28 4 8 1 4 0 1 35 4 10 4 1 0 3 34 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 1 0 0 6 2 2 0 0 0 0 13 2 4 1 0 0 0 4 23 48 9 15 2 5 200

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 1 17 1 1 1 1 27 4 7 1 2 0 2 21 2 0 0 1 0 0 12 0 6 1 0 1 1 21 3 14 7 1 0 4 35 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 4 0 1 0 0 15 3 3 1 3 0 0 17 0 4 0 0 0 0 15 1 1 0 1 2 1 19 3 2 0 1 1 0 14 17 58 11 11 5 9 200

Game 11: Detroit Titans vs Central Michigan Dec. 23, 2008 VISITORS: Detroit Titans 4-7 TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 5-10 0-1 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. f 3-4 0-0 55 BENNETT, Jason...... c 1-1 0-0 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... g 1-5 0-2 11 PAYNE, Woody........ g 1-5 0-1 04 JANER, Ryan......... 0-1 0-0 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... 3-6 2-4 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 1-3 1-2 23 HAYES, Chris........ 1-5 0-0 25 FEE, Jordan......... 1-2 1-1 30 BLUE, Eugene........ 0-1 0-0 TEAM................ Totals.............. 17-43 4-11 HOME TEAM: Central Michigan 3-8 TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 15 BITZER, Jordan...... f 3-7 34 HARDIMAN, Jacolby... f 2-5 40 VAN, Marcus......... c 5-8 20 HARMAN, Robbie...... g 4-11 45 HUNTER, Adrian...... g 1-4 03 ALLEN, Jeremy....... 2-9 05 BRIDGES, Lawrence... 0-2 13 FORD, Brandon....... 0-0 24 WEARY, Antonio...... 1-2 TEAM................ Totals.............. 18-48

3-PT FG-FGA 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-5 1-4 1-3 0-0 0-0 1-2

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 1 3 4 4 5 9 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 4 4 0 0 0 2 1 3 0 4 4 1 2 3 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 1 3 29-33 11 23 34 FT-FTA 8-9 5-6 0-0 2-2 3-4 0-0 6-6 0-0 2-2 3-4 0-0

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 1 4 5 0 2 2 3 6 9 1 3 4 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 5-19 14-17 7 17 24 FT-FTA 0-0 1-3 4-4 8-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2

Attendance: 1459

Attendance: 881

Game 10: Detroit Titans vs Illinois Dec. 20, 2008 VISITORS: Detroit Titans 3-7 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 7-13 2-2 1-2 1 2 3 1 17 0 2 0 0 31 23 HAYES, Chris........ f 4-11 1-3 0-2 1 2 3 4 9 0 2 0 1 23 55 BENNETT, Jason...... c 0-1 0-0 1-2 2 0 2 3 1 0 2 0 0 16 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... g 2-6 1-2 0-0 1 0 1 2 5 1 2 0 1 23 11 PAYNE, Woody........ g 3-7 1-2 0-2 1 2 3 1 7 2 3 0 4 31 04 JANER, Ryan......... 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 5 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 0-5 0-3 1-2 0 2 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 15 25 FEE, Jordan......... 1-3 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 2 2 2 2 0 0 15 30 BLUE, Eugene........ 1-1 0-0 0-2 1 0 1 1 2 1 1 0 1 13 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. 1-3 0-0 2-5 2 2 4 1 4 1 1 0 1 25 TEAM................ 2 2 1 Totals.............. 20-51 6-13 5-17 12 10 22 15 51 8 18 0 10 200 HOME TEAM: Illinois 10-1 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 24 Davis, Mike......... f 1-2 0-0 2-2 1 2 3 1 4 2 2 0 0 24 54 Tisdale, Mike....... c 7-9 0-0 1-2 0 3 3 1 15 0 0 0 0 23 01 Meacham, Trent...... g 5-5 3-3 2-2 0 0 0 3 15 0 0 0 0 14 03 Frazier, Chester.... g 2-3 1-2 0-0 1 2 3 2 5 9 6 1 2 28 32 McCamey, Demetri.... g 2-5 1-2 2-2 0 4 4 0 7 3 4 0 0 19 13 Jordan, Jeff........ 2-3 1-1 0-0 0 1 1 0 5 3 1 0 0 14 15 Chisholm, Bubba..... 1-2 1-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 23 Keller, Dominique... 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 10 25 Brock, Calvin....... 4-4 1-1 3-5 0 3 3 0 12 2 1 0 0 25 30 Cole, Bill.......... 2-4 1-2 0-0 1 2 3 4 5 1 0 0 0 10 33 Legion, Alex........ 2-6 2-5 0-0 0 2 2 2 6 0 3 0 1 18 34 Jackson, C.J........ 0-0 0-0 3-4 3 0 3 0 3 0 1 0 0 4 50 Semrau, Richard..... 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 5 0 0 1 1 0 9 TEAM................ 1 6 7 Totals.............. 29-45 11-18 13-17 8 27 35 18 82 20 20 3 3 200 Attendance: 14594

Game 12: Youngstown State vs Detroit Titans Jan. 1, 2009 VISITORS: Youngstown State 4-8 (1-2 HL) TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA 21 REBILLOT, Zack...... f 0-0 0-0 50 LILES, Jack......... f 1-6 0-0 01 MAYS, DeAndre....... g 7-12 1-2 04 COOKSEY, Vance...... g 0-1 0-1 14 BRIGHT, Kelvin...... g 6-10 0-0 20 WARD, Ashen......... 3-3 2-2 25 MARTIN, Sirlester... 4-7 0-0 42 BLOCKER, Dallas..... 3-3 0-0 44 SULSKIS, Vytas...... 2-3 1-2 TEAM................ Totals.............. 26-45 4-7

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 0 2 2 1 1 2 0 3 3 0 0 0 1 4 5 0 0 0 2 7 9 2 2 4 0 2 2 2 2 24-32 8 21 29

HOME TEAM: Detroit Titans 4-8 (0-3) TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. f 0-1 0-0 55 BENNETT, Jason...... c 1-1 0-0 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... g 2-7 0-3 11 PAYNE, Woody........ g 9-11 2-2 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... g 7-12 1-3 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... 1-2 0-1 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 4-6 2-2 23 HAYES, Chris........ 1-4 0-0 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... 3-5 1-2 25 FEE, Jordan......... 0-1 0-0 TEAM................ Totals.............. 28-50 6-13

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 3 4 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 2 4 16-24 5 12 17

72

Attendance: 1109

FT-FTA 2-2 5-6 4-7 1-4 5-5 0-0 1-2 2-2 4-4

FT-FTA 3-4 0-0 5-5 4-8 4-4 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0

PF 2 3 2 0 2 1 1 4 1 3 2

TP 18 11 2 4 5 0 14 3 4 6 0

A 1 1 0 1 4 0 0 1 1 1 0

TO 3 1 1 1 4 0 2 2 2 0 2

BLK 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

S 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1

MIN 35 23 11 12 33 5 17 25 22 14 3

21 67 10 18 5 5 200

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 5 8 1 1 0 1 23 4 5 1 5 0 1 34 4 14 1 2 3 2 35 4 16 4 1 0 3 38 2 3 0 1 0 0 24 5 5 1 3 0 1 27 2 0 0 1 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 4 1 2 0 0 11 30 55 9 16 3 8 199

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 1 2 0 2 0 0 6 4 7 0 2 0 0 24 2 19 3 2 1 0 38 2 1 0 1 0 1 15 1 17 0 3 0 0 40 0 8 4 0 0 1 12 3 9 1 3 0 1 23 4 8 0 0 1 1 23 3 9 1 1 0 0 19 20 80 9 14 2 4 200

PF 4 0 3 4 2 1 4 3 3 2

TP 3 2 9 24 19 2 10 2 7 0

A 0 0 4 3 1 0 2 0 1 1

TO 1 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 3 1

BLK 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

S 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 1 1 0

MIN 24 11 26 34 35 5 26 8 22 9

26 78 12 11 4 7 200


2009 Box Scores Game 13: Cleveland State vs Detroit Jan. 3, 2009 VISITORS: Cleveland State 11-5 (2-2 HL) TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA 21 TANDY, George....... f 4-7 0-0 35 BULLOCK, J’Nathan... f 4-12 2-4 42 MOORE, Chris........ c 2-4 0-0 11 JACKSON, Cedric..... g 2-7 1-2 30 COLE, Norris........ g 3-8 0-1 03 HARMON, Trevon...... 4-8 2-5 05 MONTGOMERY, Jeremy.. 0-1 0-1 45 FIELDS, Renard...... 0-0 0-0 TEAM................ Totals.............. 19-47 5-13 HOME TEAM: Detroit 4-9 (0-4 HL) TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 3-9 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. f 4-13 55 BENNETT, Jason...... c 0-0 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... g 0-1 11 PAYNE, Woody........ g 4-7 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... 0-0 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 3-6 23 HAYES, Chris........ 0-1 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... 0-2 25 FEE, Jordan......... 0-0 30 BLUE, Eugene........ 2-5 TEAM................ Totals.............. 16-44 Attendance: 1827

3-PT FG-FGA 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-10

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 0 6 6 1 3 4 3 4 7 1 8 9 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 3 7 10-19 11 26 37

21 53 12 11 4 4 200

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 2 5 7 4 0 4 0 3 3 1 1 2 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 5 5 0 3 3 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 9-20 9 22 31

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 4 9 1 1 2 0 35 2 9 1 2 1 2 29 4 0 0 1 1 0 12 1 0 1 0 0 0 19 1 10 4 4 0 3 31 0 1 1 0 0 0 7 1 10 2 0 0 0 32 3 0 1 1 0 0 5 1 1 0 1 0 0 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 1 4 0 1 0 0 7 1 18 44 11 12 4 5 200

FT-FTA 1-1 2-2 1-3 3-7 2-4 0-0 0-0 1-2

FT-FTA 2-2 1-1 0-2 0-0 2-5 1-2 2-5 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-1

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 4 9 1 2 2 0 23 2 12 0 2 0 1 36 4 5 0 0 1 0 30 2 8 5 4 0 3 38 4 8 3 3 0 0 31 4 10 2 0 0 0 18 0 0 1 0 0 0 16 1 1 0 0 1 0 8

Game 14: Detroit Titans vs Valparaiso Jan. 8, 2009 VISITORS: Detroit Titans 4-10 (0-5) TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 3-11 0-3 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... f 2-5 1-3 55 BENNETT, Jason...... c 3-4 0-0 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... g 0-2 0-1 11 PAYNE, Woody........ g 0-5 0-1 04 JANER, Ryan......... 1-1 1-1 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... 0-2 0-1 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... 1-3 0-1 25 FEE, Jordan......... 0-0 0-0 30 BLUE, Eugene........ 0-0 0-0 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. 4-5 0-0 TEAM................ Totals.............. 14-38 2-11 HOME TEAM: Valparaiso 5-11 (2-3) TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 00 IGBAVBOA, Urule..... f 5-10 01 ROGERS, Michael..... g 2-10 14 LITTLE, Howard...... g 0-1 15 BUGGS, Erik......... g 1-2 33 DIEBLER, Jake....... g 4-6 02 FUMEY, Benjamin..... 5-10 03 HASKINS, De’Andre... 2-6 05 WITT, Cameron....... 0-2 11 SHELTON, Nick....... 0-0 12 FERRY, Andrew....... 1-3 22 JONES, Logan........ 1-5 TEAM................ Totals.............. 21-55

3-PT FG-FGA 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-0 3-5 0-0 2-6 0-0 0-0 1-3 1-2

FT-FTA 3-4 4-6 1-4 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-1 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 11-19

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 0 3 3 1 3 4 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 4 5 3 3 6

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 0 9 0 2 0 1 29 1 9 1 3 0 1 39 4 7 0 0 1 1 18 3 0 1 2 1 1 12 1 1 2 5 0 1 22 1 3 0 1 0 0 6 2 0 1 2 0 0 13 0 4 1 1 0 0 19 0 0 3 1 0 0 11 4 0 0 1 0 0 11 3 8 0 1 0 0 20

8 21 29 19 41 9 19 2 5 200

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 1 1 2 1 1 2 4 2 6 2 3 5 0 1 1 3 4 7 2 2 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 2 1 3 2 2 7-19 15-20 16 18 34 FT-FTA 4-5 0-0 2-4 1-3 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 2-2

PF 2 0 2 2 2 4 3 1 0 1 1

TP 14 4 2 3 15 10 6 0 2 3 5

A 3 1 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 1 1

TO 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 2

BLK 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 1 1 1 0 3 1 3 0 0 0 0

MIN 26 26 21 19 25 24 26 5 2 5 21

18 64 11 10 1 10 200

Attendance: 2452

Game 15: Detroit Titans vs Butler Jan. 10, 2009 VISITORS: Detroit Titans 4-11 (0-6 HL) TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 3-9 0-1 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... f 1-3 0-1 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. c 2-4 0-0 11 PAYNE, Woody........ g 2-3 0-0 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... g 4-13 0-6 02 FEE, Jordan......... 1-3 0-0 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... 0-1 0-0 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... 0-2 0-1 30 BLUE, Eugene........ 3-5 0-0 55 BENNETT, Jason...... 2-3 0-0 TEAM................ Totals.............. 18-46 0-9 HOME TEAM: Butler 14-1 (5-0 HL) TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 20 HAYWARD, Gordon..... f 2-6 21 VEASLEY, Willie..... f 3-4 54 HOWARD, Matt........ f 5-7 01 MACK, Shelvin....... g 3-10 05 NORED, Ronald....... g 0-2 02 VANZANT, Shawn...... 0-1 03 HAHN, Zach.......... 1-3 22 LEIENDECKER, Grant.. 0-2 24 JUKES, Avery........ 2-3 32 BUTCHER, Garrett.... 0-0 Team................ Totals.............. 16-38

3-PT FG-FGA 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 1 3 4 2 5 7 2 1 3 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 2 0 2 4 1 5 14-16 13 16 29 FT-FTA 2-2 4-4 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 2-4

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 0 1 1 1 4 5 2 3 5 2 1 3 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 2-10 20-28 7 13 20 FT-FTA 1-2 3-3 5-8 0-1 3-4 2-2 2-2 0-0 4-6 0-0

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 1 8 1 3 0 0 33 2 6 0 4 0 1 35 5 6 1 3 0 1 17 4 4 0 0 0 1 18 1 8 0 2 0 0 27 3 4 1 1 0 1 22 0 0 1 1 0 1 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 4 8 0 2 0 0 15 2 6 0 0 2 0 13 1 23 50 4 16 2 5 200

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 2 5 4 2 1 2 36 2 9 0 3 0 2 32 4 15 1 3 0 0 26 2 7 4 1 0 1 29 1 3 0 3 0 1 27 2 2 0 0 1 0 14 0 5 0 2 0 0 14 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 8 0 0 1 0 15 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 15 54 9 14 4 6 200

Attendance: 5652

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Game 16: Wright State vs Detroit Jan. 16, 2009 VISITORS: Wright State 10-8 (4-3 HL) TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA 05 COPPERWOOD, Cory.... f 2-5 0-0 40 THOMAS, Ronnie...... f 0-3 0-0 04 DAVID-GARDNER, John. g 6-11 1-4 21 BROWN, Todd......... g 5-10 3-5 34 GRAHAM, Will........ g 0-0 0-0 03 TABLER, Troyu....... 1-2 0-0 11 EVANS, N’Gai........ 3-7 1-4 14 LAND, Copper........ 0-2 0-2 15 PRESSLEY, Kyle...... 0-0 0-0 30 GROTE, Scott........ 3-3 1-1 33 HORNE, Gavin........ 1-2 0-1 TEAM................ Totals.............. 21-45 6-17 HOME TEAM: Detroit 4-12 (0-7 HL) TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 8-13 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... f 1-7 55 BENNETT, Jason...... c 1-3 11 PAYNE, Woody........ g 3-10 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... g 6-10 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... 2-6 25 FEE, Jordan......... 0-0 30 BLUE, Eugene........ 2-2 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. 0-1 TEAM................ Totals.............. 23-52

FT-FTA 0-2 0-0 4-5 1-3 1-2 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-0 3-3 0-0 12-19

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 3 1 4 0 1 1 0 4 4 1 2 3 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 1 3

TO 0 4 0 0 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 8 14 22 14 60 8 11

3-PT FG-FGA 0-3 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0

REBOUNDS FT-FTA OF DE TOT 1-2 3 7 10 0-0 4 1 5 0-0 1 3 4 0-0 1 1 2 0-1 0 1 1 1-4 0 0 0 0-0 0 1 1 0-0 2 2 4 1-2 3 1 4 4 2 6 2-10 3-9 18 19 37

PF 1 3 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 3 2

TP 4 0 17 14 1 2 9 1 0 10 2

A 0 0 3 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0

BLK 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

S 3 0 2 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0

MIN 17 21 34 29 18 11 28 8 2 12 20

Gamer 18: Loyola vs Detroit Jan. 24, 2009 VISITORS: Loyola 12-9 (4-5 HL) TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 04 GIBLER, Walt........ f 4-9 55 WILLIAMS, Darrin.... f 5-6 12 VAN WEELDEN, Aric... g 2-4 24 CERASOLI, Justin.... g 1-7 25 BLOUNT, J.R......... g 8-16 02 HICKS, Jordan....... 0-0 10 STANLEY, Courtney... 0-0 22 THOMAS, Marcus...... 3-5 33 FORMAN, Ross........ 1-3 34 YOUNG, Leon......... 1-3 TEAM................ Totals.............. 25-53

3-PT FG-FGA 2-3 0-0 0-1 1-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-2 0-0

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 4 4 8 1 2 3 0 5 5 0 0 0 3 5 8 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 3 2 5 5-14 17-26 12 22 34 FT-FTA 3-6 3-4 0-0 6-6 4-7 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-1 0-0

PF 4 3 2 3 2 0 0 0 1 1

TP 13 13 4 9 20 0 0 9 2 2

A 1 0 4 3 3 0 0 0 3 0

TO 0 0 1 1 4 0 1 1 0 0 1 16 72 14 9

BLK 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

S 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 0

MIN 30 28 28 33 38 4 2 16 10 11

5 6 200

3 10 200

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 1 17 2 3 2 0 37 1 3 1 3 1 0 27 4 2 0 1 1 0 14 2 6 6 2 0 2 31 4 12 2 3 0 0 25 3 6 1 1 0 1 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 1 4 0 2 0 0 20 3 1 0 4 0 0 17 19 51 12 19 4 3 200

HOME TEAM: Detroit 4-14 (0-9 HL) TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 6-14 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. f 2-3 55 BENNETT, Jason...... c 0-0 11 PAYNE, Woody........ g 9-11 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... g 2-9 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... 0-0 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... 2-5 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 1-4 23 HAYES, Chris........ 1-3 25 FEE, Jordan......... 0-0 30 BLUE, Eugene........ 3-6 TEAM................ Totals.............. 26-55

3-PT FG-FGA 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 1-1 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 4-8

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 1 1 2 1 5 6 0 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 2 0 2 2 1 0 1 2 3 5 1 1 2 0 1 1 1 4 5 2 1 3 10-19 11 22 33 FT-FTA 2-2 0-2 0-2 1-1 2-3 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-5

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 0 15 4 3 0 0 35 4 4 1 1 1 2 22 2 0 0 0 1 0 8 2 20 2 2 0 1 36 1 6 1 3 1 1 27 1 0 2 0 0 0 6 1 7 1 0 0 0 14 0 4 0 1 0 1 17 3 2 0 1 1 0 12 0 0 1 2 0 0 4 5 8 1 0 1 0 19 19 66 13 13 5 5 200

Attendance: 2369 Attendance: 2873

Game 17: UIC vs Detroit Jan. 22, 2009 VISITORS: UIC 10-8, 3-5 HL ## 21 42 41 01 03 23 31 35

Player Name EPPINGER, Rob....... BOYD, Tori.......... VANDERMEER, Scott... MAYO, Josh.......... KREPS, Robo......... NEELY, Zavion....... BUCHANAN, Chris..... POSTON, Jelani...... TEAM................ Totals..............

f f c g g

TOT-FG FG-FGA 1-3 1-7 1-5 5-12 7-10 2-3 0-0 4-5 21-45

HOME TEAM: Detroit 4-13, 0-8 HL TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 5-12 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... f 0-3 55 BENNETT, Jason...... c 0-2 11 PAYNE, Woody........ g 6-8 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... g 3-8 04 JANER, Ryan......... 0-0 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... 2-6 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... 2-4 23 HAYES, Chris........ 1-3 25 FEE, Jordan......... 0-0 30 BLUE, Eugene........ 1-1 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. 3-6 TEAM................ Totals.............. 23-53 Attendance: 1232

3-PT FG-FGA 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-6 4-5 0-0 0-0 0-0

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 0 2 2 1 5 6 1 5 6 1 3 4 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 2 5 3 3 6 5-11 18-27 10 24 34

3-PT FG-FGA 0-1 0-3 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-2 1-3 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

FT-FTA 0-0 8-10 2-2 4-4 3-5 0-0 0-0 1-6

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 1 0 1 0 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 3 1 1 2 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 3 6 1 1 2-12 13-20 8 18 26 FT-FTA 3-4 0-0 0-0 1-3 2-5 0-0 1-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-4

PF 2 3 1 1 2 1 2 5

TP 2 10 4 15 21 4 0 9

TO 2 4 1 4 1 2 0 2 2 17 65 6 18

BLK 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0

PF 3 1 3 3 2 0 2 0 1 1 3 3

BLK 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

TP 13 0 0 13 8 0 6 7 2 0 2 10

A 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0

A 0 2 0 1 3 0 3 1 1 1 0 1

TO 4 1 1 4 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 0

S 0 1 2 1 2 1 0 1

MIN 18 35 37 39 32 16 3 20

3 8 200

S 1 0 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

MIN 24 25 9 27 24 3 21 14 15 4 14 20

22 61 13 15 2 9 200

Game 19: Detroit vs Chicago State Jan. 26, 2009 VISITORS: Detroit 5-14 TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 9-15 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. f 0-1 55 BENNETT, Jason...... c 2-2 11 PAYNE, Woody........ g 1-3 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... g 5-7 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... 0-2 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... 0-2 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 1-3 23 HAYES, Chris........ 1-2 25 FEE, Jordan......... 0-0 30 BLUE, Eugene........ 0-2 TEAM................ Totals.............. 19-39 HOME TEAM: Chicago State 11-10 TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 13 STANKOVIC, Nemanja.. f 1-3 21 MONTGOMERY, Carl.... f 1-4 01 WILSON, Mike........ g 0-1 03 HOLSTON, David...... g 10-23 23 CANTRELL, John...... g 5-16 02 MARTIN, Steve....... 0-0 20 WALL, Christian..... 1-4 25 KASAMBA, Kabangu.... 1-2 32 YOUNG, Marquis...... 0-1 34 WALTON, Tawrence.... 3-5 35 MARTIN, Hajji....... 1-1 TEAM................ Totals.............. 23-60 Attendance: 922

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3-PT FG-FGA 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-2 0-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 1 8 9 1 1 2 0 2 2 0 3 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 3 3 1 3 4 3-10 27-39 6 25 31

3-PT FG-FGA 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-16 2-3 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

FT-FTA 5-7 0-0 1-4 2-4 6-6 0-0 2-2 3-4 4-6 0-0 4-6

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 2 3 5 1 2 3 0 0 0 2 3 5 4 2 6 0 1 1 2 2 4 0 3 3 1 1 2 2 1 3 0 2 2 1 1 2 9-21 12-18 15 21 36 FT-FTA 1-3 0-0 0-0 4-4 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 5-6 0-0

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 2 24 3 4 0 5 36 2 0 0 2 0 0 5 1 5 0 0 1 0 10 3 4 3 5 2 3 35 1 17 2 3 0 2 24 2 0 3 2 0 0 18 2 2 1 0 0 0 14 3 6 1 3 1 1 20 2 6 2 4 2 0 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 0 0 1 1 22 20 68 15 23 7 12 200

PF 3 5 0 2 3 2 0 0 5 5 5

TP 3 2 0 31 14 0 2 2 0 11 2

A 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 2 0 2 0

TO 2 2 0 8 2 0 0 1 3 1 1 1 30 67 9 21

BLK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1

S 0 1 0 6 2 0 0 1 0 2 0

MIN 16 12 7 38 37 8 10 21 16 28 7

4 12 200


2009 Box Scores Game 20: Detroit vs Cleveland State Jan. 29, 2009 VISITORS: Detroit 5-15, 0-10 HL TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 6-15 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. f 1-2 55 BENNETT, Jason...... c 1-1 11 PAYNE, Woody........ g 1-4 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... g 1-2 04 JANER, Ryan......... 0-2 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... 2-4 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... 0-1 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 0-1 23 HAYES, Chris........ 4-8 25 FEE, Jordan......... 0-0 30 BLUE, Eugene........ 1-3 TEAM................ Totals.............. 17-43 HOME TEAM: Cleveland State 14-8, TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 21 TANDY, George....... f 0-3 35 BULLOCK, J’Nathan... f 4-14 42 MOORE, Chris........ c 2-6 11 JACKSON, Cedric..... g 5-10 30 COLE, Norris........ g 8-14 03 HARMON, Trevon...... 0-1 05 MONTGOMERY, Jeremy.. 3-4 22 MCCOY, Josh......... 0-0 23 EPPINGER, Daitwan... 0-0 45 FIELDS, Renard...... 2-3 51 LATAS, Joe.......... 0-1 TEAM................ Totals.............. 24-56

3-PT FG-FGA 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-7 5-5 HL 3-PT FG-FGA 0-1 0-4 0-0 1-2 3-6 0-1 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 3 4 7 1 2 3 1 2 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 3 3 2 4 6 14-16 7 24 31 FT-FTA 2-2 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-1 4-4

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 1 2 3 2 6 8 1 1 2 0 6 6 1 3 4 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 4 6-16 12-17 11 21 32 FT-FTA 2-2 3-4 2-2 3-7 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 1 14 2 4 1 1 36 2 6 0 3 0 2 21 1 2 0 1 0 0 6 2 2 2 1 0 1 23 1 3 0 2 0 0 5 2 0 0 2 0 1 9 1 6 2 1 0 1 12 1 0 0 1 0 0 9 1 0 0 1 0 0 21 2 10 1 3 1 1 21 0 0 0 0 0 1 13 2 6 1 1 0 0 24 16 49 8 20 2 8 200

PF 0 1 4 1 2 1 1 1 0 4 0

TP 2 11 6 14 21 0 8 0 0 4 0

A 0 2 0 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

TO 1 2 1 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 1

BLK 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

S 2 3 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

MIN 32 35 17 38 36 6 15 2 2 13 4

15 66 11 12 4 11 200

Game 22: Butler vs Detroit Feb. 5, 2009 VISITORS: Butler 20-2 (11-1 HL) TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 20 HAYWARD, Gordon..... f 7-7 21 VEASLEY, Willie..... f 2-4 54 HOWARD, Matt........ f 1-3 01 MACK, Shelvin....... g 5-8 05 NORED, Ronald....... g 1-6 02 VANZANT, Shawn...... 1-1 03 HAHN, Zach.......... 1-4 24 JUKES, Avery........ 1-3 32 BUTCHER, Garrett.... 2-2 TEAM................ Totals.............. 21-38

3-PT FG-FGA 4-4 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-4 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-0

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 0 6 6 1 2 3 3 5 8 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 2 1 3 5-15 19-28 7 20 27

HOME TEAM: Detroit 6-16 (1-11 HL) TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 3-7 0-0 23 HAYES, Chris........ f 6-10 1-3 55 BENNETT, Jason...... c 0-0 0-0 11 PAYNE, Woody........ g 7-14 1-3 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... g 1-5 1-2 04 JANER, Ryan......... 0-0 0-0 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... 0-1 0-0 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... 0-0 0-0 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 1-2 1-1 25 FEE, Jordan......... 0-0 0-0 30 BLUE, Eugene........ 4-6 0-0 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. 0-0 0-0 TEAM................ Totals.............. 22-45 4-9

FT-FTA 4-5 1-4 6-8 4-4 0-2 0-0 2-2 0-1 2-2

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 0 1 1 2 3 5 0 0 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 3 1 4 13-20 6 12 18 FT-FTA 0-0 5-8 0-0 6-9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 2 22 1 4 0 0 34 1 5 1 2 0 1 37 5 8 3 2 3 1 31 4 14 1 3 0 1 33 1 2 0 2 0 1 31 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 1 4 0 0 13 3 2 0 0 0 0 10 2 6 1 0 0 0 10 18 66 8 17 3 4 200

PF 1 3 2 3 2 0 0 0 5 2 4 0

TP 6 18 0 21 3 0 0 0 3 0 10 0

A 2 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 0

TO 4 2 1 2 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 22 61 10 16

BLK 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 2 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

MIN 34 26 9 35 25 1 5 1 27 9 21 7

2 8 200

Attendance: 2289

Attendance: 1752

Jan. 31, 2009 VISITORS: Detroit 6-15, 1-10 HL TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 9-15 30 BLUE, Eugene........ f 2-4 55 BENNETT, Jason...... c 0-1 11 PAYNE, Woody........ g 5-11 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... g 3-8 04 JANER, Ryan......... 2-2 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... 0-0 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... 0-1 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 0-2 23 HAYES, Chris........ 5-10 25 FEE, Jordan......... 0-2 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. 0-1 TEAM................ Totals.............. 26-57

3-PT FG-FGA 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 2-2 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-9

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 1 3 4 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 7 8 2 4 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 4 9 2 1 3 0 1 1 1 2 3 14-25 14 22 36 FT-FTA 6-6 0-1 0-0 6-9 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-5 0-0 0-1

HOME TEAM: Youngstown State 6-15, 3-8 HL TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA 25 MARTIN, Sirlester... f 1-7 0-3 0-2 32 PARKS, Tom.......... f 4-9 3-8 2-2 50 LILES, Jack......... f 5-6 0-0 2-4 01 MAYS, DeAndre....... g 2-5 0-0 2-2 14 BRIGHT, Kelvin...... g 0-5 0-2 5-8 04 COOKSEY, Vance...... 0-0 0-0 0-0 20 WARD, Ashen......... 0-0 0-0 0-0 21 REBILLOT, Zack...... 1-1 0-0 0-0 23 NIEMI, Mikko........ 1-3 1-2 2-2 33 BOUDLER, Dan........ 0-0 0-0 0-0 42 BLOCKER, Dallas..... 1-3 0-1 2-3 44 SULSKIS, Vytas...... 6-9 1-4 2-4 TEAM................ Totals.............. 21-48 5-20 17-27

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 0 6 6 0 4 4 1 6 7 1 1 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 1 1 2 1 3 4 8 24 32

PF 4 5 1 2 1 0 0 0 3 5 1 5

TP 24 4 0 16 7 6 0 0 0 11 0 0

A 2 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0

TO 3 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 2 2

BLK 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

S 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

MIN 38 18 11 43 29 11 2 3 12 26 14 18

27 68 13 14 2 5 226

PF 2 2 3 2 1 2 0 2 3 1 2 4

TP 2 13 12 6 5 0 0 2 5 0 4 15

A 2 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 2 0 2 2

TO 3 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 3 1

BLK 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

S 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

MIN 31 40 32 17 18 7 9 6 32 1 15 17

24 64 14 13 3 4 225

Attendance: 3882

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Game 23: Valparaiso vs Detroit Feb. 7, 2009 VISITORS: Valparaiso 6-18 (3-10 HL) TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA 00 IGBAVBOA, Urule..... f 4-10 0-1 01 ROGERS, Michael..... g 5-10 1-4 14 LITTLE, Howard...... g 3-8 2-4 15 BUGGS, Erik......... g 4-10 0-4 33 DIEBLER, Jake....... g 0-5 0-3 03 HASKINS, De’Andre... 1-2 1-1 05 WITT, Cameron....... 3-3 1-1 22 JONES, Logan........ 0-1 0-1 TEAM................ Totals.............. 20-49 5-19

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 1 5 6 0 4 4 0 3 3 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 1 1 2 0 2 0 2 2 8 1 9 10-22 12 18 30

HOME TEAM: Detroit 7-16 (2-11 HL) TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 1-8 0-1 23 HAYES, Chris........ f 8-11 0-0 55 BENNETT, Jason...... c 1-4 0-0 11 PAYNE, Woody........ g 1-5 0-0 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... g 3-5 0-1 04 JANER, Ryan......... 0-1 0-0 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... 0-1 0-0 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 2-3 0-1 25 FEE, Jordan......... 0-0 0-0 30 BLUE, Eugene........ 1-1 0-0 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. 2-3 0-0 TEAM................ Totals.............. 19-42 0-3

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 2 1 3 3 6 9 2 2 4 0 2 2 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 3 1 1 18-29 9 21 30

FT-FTA 0-2 1-5 3-5 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-4 4-4

FT-FTA 1-5 4-4 0-2 1-2 4-6 2-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 6-7

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 5 8 3 2 1 0 30 2 12 0 4 0 0 28 5 11 3 1 0 3 35 1 9 5 5 0 2 32 4 0 2 1 0 1 40 1 3 0 1 0 0 9 3 8 0 1 0 0 18 1 4 1 2 0 1 8 22 55 14 17 1 7 200

PF 2 3 3 1 2 0 1 2 3 2 1

TP 3 20 2 3 10 2 0 4 0 2 10

A 0 0 0 5 2 0 1 5 1 0 0

TO 1 1 0 6 1 0 1 2 1 4 0 1 20 56 14 18

BLK 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

S 2 2 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 2

MIN 26 32 12 37 27 1 7 24 6 9 19

6 10 200

Attendance: 1986

Game 25: Detroit vs Wright State Feb. 14, 2009 VISITORS: Detroit 7-18, 2-13 HL TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 5-14 23 HAYES, Chris........ f 1-3 55 BENNETT, Jason...... c 0-0 11 PAYNE, Woody........ g 2-5 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... g 2-7 04 JANER, Ryan......... 1-5 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... 1-2 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... 0-0 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 0-1 30 BLUE, Eugene........ 2-3 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. 1-3 TEAM................ Totals.............. 15-43

3-PT FG-FGA 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 1-5 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 4 5 9 1 7 8 1 1 2 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 3 4 3 3 6 4-15 14-20 10 27 37

HOME TEAM: Wright State 16-10, 10-5 HL TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA 05 COPPERWOOD, Cory.... f 3-7 0-0 33 HORNE, Gavin........ f 2-6 0-3 11 EVANS, N’Gai........ g 0-3 0-1 21 BROWN, Todd......... g 5-9 3-4 34 GRAHAM, Will........ g 5-10 0-3 03 TABLER, Troyu....... 3-10 2-5 14 LAND, Copper........ 0-1 0-1 15 PRESSLEY, Kyle...... 0-0 0-0 30 GROTE, Scott........ 0-2 0-0 40 THOMAS, Ronnie...... 3-5 1-1 TEAM................ Totals.............. 21-53 6-18

FT-FTA 2-2 4-7 0-0 0-0 2-2 2-2 2-2 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-1

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 2 14 1 3 0 0 40 1 6 0 5 2 1 25 5 0 0 2 0 0 8 3 4 3 5 0 2 25 0 7 1 0 0 0 17 0 5 0 1 0 0 18 1 4 1 2 0 0 15 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 2 5 2 2 0 0 21 5 2 0 1 0 0 23 20 48 8 22 2 3 200

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 3 3 0 3 3 1 1 2 1 1 2 0 2 2 0 4 4 1 0 1 1 1 2 13-17 5 18 23

23 61 13 10 2 5 200

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 4 4 1 0 1 3 6 9 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 5 20 25

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 3 4 6 5 0 6 26 2 4 2 3 0 0 28 0 11 0 1 1 1 29 3 8 0 1 0 0 24 3 4 0 3 1 1 27 0 8 0 2 0 0 12 3 0 1 2 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 2 1 1 0 0 14 0 0 1 3 0 2 13 1 0 1 2 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 18 41 12 24 2 10 200

FT-FTA 0-0 1-1 1-2 4-6 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 4-4 2-2

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 5 6 0 1 0 0 14 5 5 0 0 0 0 18 3 1 2 1 0 0 23 2 17 2 0 1 2 33 0 10 6 1 0 0 35 1 8 0 2 0 1 22 1 1 1 1 0 0 13 1 0 0 0 1 1 6 2 4 2 2 0 1 20 3 9 0 2 0 0 16

Attendance: 5891

Game 24: Detroit vs UIC Feb. 20, 2009 VISITORS: Detroit 7-17, 2-12 HL TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 8-14 23 HAYES, Chris........ f 2-7 55 BENNETT, Jason...... c 0-3 11 PAYNE, Woody........ g 0-2 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... g 1-4 04 JANER, Ryan......... 1-2 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... 1-2 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... 1-4 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 0-5 25 FEE, Jordan......... 0-0 30 BLUE, Eugene........ 1-3 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. 4-5 TEAM................ Totals.............. 19-51 HOME TEAM: UIC 11-13, 4-10 HL TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 33 BUTTELL, Jeremy..... f 1-2 42 BOYD, Tori.......... f 3-7 41 VANDERMEER, Scott... c 5-12 01 MAYO, Josh.......... g 8-14 03 KREPS, Robo......... g 4-12 21 EPPINGER, Rob....... 0-1 25 STEWART, Spencer.... 1-3 31 BUCHANAN, Chris..... 1-2 32 IGNJATOVIC, Jovan... 3-5 TEAM................ Totals.............. 26-58 Attendance: 3142

76

3-PT FG-FGA 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-1 1-4 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 2 6 8 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 4 4 1 5 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 5 2 2 2-10 13-22 10 21 31 FT-FTA 5-7 0-3 0-0 0-1 1-3 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-6

3-PT FG-FGA 0-1 2-4 0-0 2-3 1-5 0-0 1-1 1-1 0-1

FT-FTA 0-0 0-0 0-1 4-4 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

7-16

5-7

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 4 7 11 2 3 5 2 7 9 2 1 3 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 5 5 0 1 1 0 2 2 1 2 3 12 29 41

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 2 21 0 2 0 0 37 1 4 0 2 1 0 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 0 0 2 1 0 0 11 1 3 0 0 0 4 22 2 3 0 0 0 0 10 1 2 1 0 0 0 12 3 5 3 1 0 0 18 1 0 1 1 0 0 21 0 0 0 1 0 1 10 2 2 0 4 0 0 4 4 13 0 3 0 1 24 17 53 7 15 1 6 201

PF 1 4 3 0 2 3 4 1 4

TP 2 8 10 22 10 0 3 3 6

A 2 0 1 4 1 0 5 0 0

TO 1 1 2 3 2 1 5 0 2

BLK 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 1

MIN 25 21 32 38 32 11 21 7 13

22 64 13 17 2 5 201

Game 26: Detroit vs Loyola Feb. 18, 2009 VISITORS: Detroit 7-19 (2-14) TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 11 PAYNE, Woody........ * 2-5 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... * 2-9 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... * 4-10 30 BLUE, Eugene........ * 3-5 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. * 2-4 04 JANER, Ryan......... 3-4 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... 0-4 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... 0-1 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 1-2 23 HAYES, Chris........ 0-2 25 FEE, Jordan......... 0-0 55 BENNETT, Jason...... 0-0 TEAM................ Totals.............. 17-46 HOME TEAM: Loyola 14-15 (6-11) TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 02 HICKS, Jordan....... * 5-10 12 VAN WEELDEN, Aric... * 2-5 24 CERASOLI, Justin.... * 8-14 25 BLOUNT, J.R......... * 6-12 55 WILLIAMS, Darrin.... * 0-2 04 GIBLER, Walt........ 1-3 05 NEARY, Tom.......... 0-1 10 STANLEY, Courtney... 1-2 22 THOMAS, Marcus...... 0-2 23 McCAMMON, Geoff..... 1-1 30 STERLING, Ryan...... 0-0 44 BENKOSKE, John...... 1-2 TEAM................ Totals.............. 25-54 Attendance: 1657

3-PT FG-FGA 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-9 3-PT FG-FGA 2-3 0-1 3-6 0-1 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

FT-FTA 0-0 0-0 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-4

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 2 1 3 3 2 5 0 4 4 2 5 7 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 2 3 3 2 5 6-16 11-17 12 24 36 FT-FTA 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-2 3-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 2-2 4-6

PF 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

TP 12 4 19 13 3 3 0 2 0 3 2 6

A 0 2 3 1 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

TO 3 2 3 4 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

BLK 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

S 4 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

MIN 30 29 32 32 23 10 1 11 10 2 6 14

6 67 11 16 7 10 200


2009 Box Scores Game 27: Detroit vs Tennessee State Feb. 21, 2009 VISITORS: Detroit 7-20 TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA 04 JANER, Ryan......... * 2-6 0-4 11 PAYNE, Woody........ * 2-5 0-0 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... * 2-6 0-0 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... * 4-11 1-3 30 BLUE, Eugene........ * 4-6 0-0 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... 4-5 0-1 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... 0-0 0-0 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 3-3 2-2 23 HAYES, Chris........ 5-6 0-0 25 FEE, Jordan......... 0-0 0-0 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. 5-5 0-0 TEAM................ Totals.............. 31-53 3-10 HOME TEAM: Tennessee State 10-17 TOT-FG ## Player Name FG-FGA 03 HOUSTON, Jerrell.... * 6-11 04 CRUTCHER, Jeremiah.. * 5-8 05 FUNDERBURKE, Lonnie. * 0-0 22 ROBINSON, Gerald.... * 5-8 30 SMITH, Parker....... * 5-11 10 PETERS, Wil......... 2-4 20 COX, Darius......... 4-8 24 GREGORY,Joshua...... 0-0 33 GAITER,Emmanuel..... 1-3 42 JORDAN, Gershom..... 1-1 TEAM................ Totals.............. 29-54

3-PT FG-FGA 0-0 5-7 0-0 1-2 3-7 0-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

REBOUNDS FT-FTA OF DE 0-0 0 1 1-2 0 4 0-0 0 2 4-5 2 3 0-0 1 1 1-1 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 3 0-1 1 5 0-0 0 0 4-5 0 4 2 1 10-14 6 24

TOT 1 4 2 5 2 0 0 3 6 0 4 3 30

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 1 5 6 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 4 0 1 1 1 2 3 0 3 3 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 2 2 10-20 10-16 6 17 23 FT-FTA 5-5 1-3 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0

PF 0 1 3 1 4 2 0 1 3 0 2

TP 4 5 4 13 8 9 0 8 10 0 14

A 3 5 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 1

TO 1 2 2 1 2 1 0 0 3 0 3

BLK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1

MIN 21 29 16 32 23 15 2 15 18 12 17

REBOUNDS FT-FTA OF DE 1-2 0 2 3-5 1 2 4-4 1 4 9-10 1 1 4-6 1 4 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 2 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 3-6 1 4 0-0 0 1 2 2 24-33 7 22

TOT 2 3 5 2 5 0 2 0 0 5 1 4 29

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 0 2 2 0 2 2 3 4 7 2 0 2 1 2 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 3 5 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 3 3 3 3 10-15 13 17 30 FT-FTA 2-2 2-3 0-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 4-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

REBOUNDS FT-FTA OF DE 1-2 3 4 4-4 0 2 1-4 1 4 4-6 0 2 2-2 0 1 0-0 0 1 0-2 0 2 1-4 0 0 0-0 0 2 5-6 1 1 2 1 18-30 7 20

TOT 7 2 5 2 1 1 2 0 2 2 3 27

PF 3 4 4 2 2 2 0 4 0 1

TP 12 9 7 19 5 2 0 1 0 13

A 0 1 3 1 1 1 0 1 0 1

TO 2 0 3 5 1 2 1 0 0 0

BLK 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

S 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1

MIN 22 21 37 30 37 13 11 7 3 19

22 68 9 14 4 4 200

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 1 3 4 0 4 4 4 1 5 2 5 7 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 3 2 5 0 0 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 3 1 4 12-24 15 21 36

PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 2 8 0 0 1 0 30 5 6 0 2 1 0 26 3 9 0 0 0 1 17 1 10 3 1 0 3 34 2 0 3 2 0 0 17 2 8 1 2 0 0 8 3 3 0 0 0 0 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 2 9 0 4 0 0 24 0 2 1 1 0 1 11 2 7 0 1 0 0 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 22 63 8 14 2 5 200

17 75 14 15 0 4 200

PF 3 0 0 3 1 0 4 0 1 5

TP 17 16 0 13 14 4 10 0 2 2

A 1 8 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

TO 0 0 0 4 0 3 1 0 2 1

BLK 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2

S 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 2

MIN 36 33 8 28 29 16 22 1 10 17

17 78 13 11 7 7 200

Attendance: 3789

Game 28: Green Bay vs Detroit Feb. 26, 2009 VISITORS: Green Bay 22-8 (13-4 HL) TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA 21 EVANS, Terry........ f 1-3 0-1 43 SCHACHTNER, Mike.... f 5-8 1-1 10 COTTON, Troy........ g 5-10 3-5 20 FLETCHER, Rahmon.... g 1-4 0-1 24 TILLEMA, Ryan....... g 5-10 4-6 00 PERINE, Bryquis..... 3-4 0-1 03 EATON, Brent........ 0-2 0-1 11 ANDERSON, Jonathan.. 0-0 0-0 12 WALLS, Tony......... 0-0 0-0 23 BERRY, Randy........ 3-5 0-0 50 NELSON, Pat......... 0-0 0-0 TEAM................ Totals.............. 23-46 8-16 HOME TEAM: Detroit 7-21 (2-15 HL) TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 5-10 1-3 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... f 6-12 3-5 30 BLUE, Eugene........ f 5-6 0-0 04 JANER, Ryan......... g 4-11 1-6 11 PAYNE, Woody........ g 1-5 1-2 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... 0-3 0-1 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... 0-2 0-2 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 0-1 0-1 23 HAYES, Chris........ 1-4 0-0 25 FEE, Jordan......... 0-2 0-0 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. 1-1 0-0 55 BENNETT, Jason...... 0-0 0-0 TEAM................ Totals.............. 23-57 6-20 Attendance: 976

Game 29: Milwaukee vs Detroit Feb. 28, 2009 VISITORS: Milwaukee 16-13 (11-7 HL) TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA 21 MEIER, Tony......... f 5-10 1-4 55 EAYRS, James........ f 2-4 1-3 00 SMITH, Avery........ g 3-12 0-2 05 FRANKLIN, Ricky..... g 5-8 5-7 11 BOYLE, Tone......... g 1-4 1-2 04 JAMES, Deion........ 1-1 0-0 22 ANDERSON, Kaylan.... 0-0 0-0 23 HILL, Anthony....... 0-0 0-0 42 PORTE, Burleigh..... 0-0 0-0 52 AVERKAMP, Jason..... 3-5 2-2 TEAM................ Totals.............. 20-44 10-20

PF 2 1 1 4 1 4 0 0 0 1 2

TP 3 14 17 11 18 6 0 0 0 9 0

A 4 2 0 4 1 2 0 0 0 1 0

TO 3 0 2 0 3 3 0 0 0 1 0

BLK 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

S 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0

MIN 24 26 35 26 29 20 8 1 1 22 8

16 78 14 12 4 4 200

PF 4 3 2 1 2 3 0 0 5 2 3 1

TP 13 17 10 9 5 0 4 0 2 0 2 0

A 1 4 0 2 6 0 1 1 2 1 0 0

TO 2 1 2 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 26 62 18 16

BLK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

S 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0

MIN 31 27 24 22 31 8 11 4 19 10 6 7

1 6 200

HOME TEAM: Detroit 7-22 (2-16 HL) TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 3-7 2-3 23 HAYES, Chris........ f 2-7 1-2 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. c 4-6 0-0 11 PAYNE, Woody........ g 4-9 0-1 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... g 0-3 0-2 04 JANER, Ryan......... 3-4 2-3 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... 1-4 0-1 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 0-1 0-0 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... 2-7 0-1 25 FEE, Jordan......... 1-2 0-0 30 BLUE, Eugene........ 3-4 0-0 55 BENNETT, Jason...... 0-0 0-0 TEAM................ Totals.............. 23-54 5-13 Attendance: 1833

FT-FTA 0-0 1-2 1-5 2-6 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-2 5-6 0-0 1-2 0-0

Game 30: Detroit vs Cleveland State VISITORS: Detroit 7-23, 2-16 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A 15 KENNEDY, Thomas..... f 6-10 0-0 0-0 1 4 5 2 23 HAYES, Chris........ f 2-7 0-0 1-2 0 2 2 4 42 HARRINGTON, Michael. c 1-5 0-0 2-3 0 3 3 3 11 PAYNE, Woody........ g 1-6 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 1 24 STEPHENS, Eulis..... g 4-8 0-2 3-3 0 2 2 2 04 JANER, Ryan......... 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 05 FOSTER, Donavan..... 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 14 HARTFIELD, Tryl..... 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 21 JOKIC, Nemanja...... 2-8 1-4 0-0 2 5 7 3 25 FEE, Jordan......... 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 30 BLUE, Eugene........ 2-2 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 4 55 BENNETT, Jason...... 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 TEAM................ 4 4 Totals.............. 18-47 1-6 6-8 3 24 27 22 HOME TEAM: Cleveland State 21-10, 12-6 TOT-FG 3-PT ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA 32 BROWN, D’Aundray.... f 1-3 0-0 35 BULLOCK, J’Nathan... f 4-12 1-5 42 MOORE, Chris........ c 1-4 0-0 11 JACKSON, Cedric..... g 4-10 1-3 30 COLE, Norris........ g 5-11 2-4 03 HARMON, Trevon...... 1-2 1-2 05 MONTGOMERY, Jeremy.. 0-0 0-0 21 TANDY, George....... 2-3 0-0 22 MCCOY, Josh......... 0-0 0-0 23 EPPINGER, Daitwan... 0-0 0-0 45 FIELDS, Renard...... 0-0 0-0 51 LATAS, Joe.......... 0-0 0-0 TEAM................ Totals.............. 18-45 5-14 Attendance: 1988

REBOUNDS OF DE TOT 0 0 0 1 12 13 1 3 4 0 6 6 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 15-22 8 27 35 FT-FTA 1-1 6-9 0-1 7-8 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PF 1 2 1 3 3 1 0 3 0 1 0 0

TO BLK S MIN 12 0 4 0 5 2 3 0 4 0 2 0 2 2 1 0 11 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

2 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

36 14 22 28 34 4 18 0+ 19 2 18 5

43 9 14 4 7 200

TP 3 15 2 16 12 3 0 5 0 0 0 0

A 1 2 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TO 0 1 1 7 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

BLK 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

MIN 20 38 21 37 36 21 6 17 1 0+ 3 0+

15 56 11 12 3 6 200

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The Horizon League Oil Stadium and just minutes from Entering its 31st season of Conseco Fieldhouse, the State Capitol operation in the 2009-10 academic Building, Victory Field (home of the year, the Horizon League continues to Indianapolis Indians) and the NCAA aspire toward its goal of being one of national office. the nation’s leading athletics A PROUD HISTORY conferences while being recognized as Founded on June 16, 1979, as the a leader in the development of studentMidwestern City Conference with six athletes as leaders and role models. charter members, the League changed its The Horizon League membership name to the Midwestern Collegiate features ten public and private Conference in 1985 and added women’s institutions that have impressive sports for the 1986-87 academic year. academic reputations and a storied Charter members of the conference tradition of broad-based athletic included current members Butler and programs. Current membership Loyola as well as the University of includes Butler University, Cleveland Evansville, Oklahoma City University, State University, the University of Oral Roberts University and Xavier Detroit Mercy, the University of Illinois University. at Chicago, Loyola University Chicago, Among other current members, Valparaiso University, the University of Detroit joined in 1980, and Cleveland Wisconsin-Green Bay, the University of Commisioner Jon LeCrone State, UIC, Green Bay, Milwaukee and Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Wright State Wright State came aboard in 1994 (along with Northern University and Youngstown State University. Illinois University) in the largest non-merger conference The Horizon League’s primary focus is on adding value expansion in history. Youngstown State joined in 2001 and to the educational experience through its four platforms: Valparaiso in 2007. athletic performance, academic achievement, community On June 4, 2001, the Horizon League unveiled its current outreach, and personal responsibility and accountability. It is name and ushered in a new dynamic direction that has brought the League’s belief that athletics is a powerful and visible the League closer to its stated goal of being one of the nation’s resource tool that can be used to enhance student-athletes’ top ten collegiate athletic conferences with a focus on collegiate experience. The Horizon League’s goals are to enhancing the student-athletes’ experience by upgrading the enhance the holistic university experience for the studentLeague’s market and competitive positions. athlete, to create an affiliation of institutions with similar ATHLETIC SUCCESS athletic goals, and to adhere to the principals of integrity, In the past few years, the Horizon League has enjoyed diversity, excellence and growth. The Horizon League unprecedented success on the national stage, highlighted by sponsors competition in 19 sports - nine for men (baseball, three Sweet Sixteen appearances (Butler 2003, 2007; basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, swimming and diving, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and tennis) and Milwaukee 2005) and nine wins in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship in the past seven seasons. ten for women (basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, In other sports, League teams have won at least one game softball, swimming and diving, indoor track and field, in their respective NCAA Championships each of the last outdoor track and field, tennis and volleyball). seven seasons in men’s soccer (Milwaukee 2002-05, UIC The League receives automatic bids to NCAA 2006-08), with UIC just one win away from the College Cup in championships in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, 2007. In softball, League teams won a game in the national men’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and tournament four straight years earlier in the decade (UIC 2002, women’s tennis, women’s volleyball, and for the first time in League history, women’s golf. The Horizon League is 2004; Wright State 2003; Green Bay 2005) while advancing headquartered in Indianapolis, the “Amateur Sports Capital of into the second round in women’s soccer three of the last five the World,” with offices in seasons (Detroit 2004, Milwaukee 2005-06). Green Bay’s women’s basketball team added to that rsum the Pan American Plaza, with a victory in the 2007 NCAA Women’s Basketball located a block from Lucas

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Championship. Butler’s Victoria Mitchell became the League’s first NCAA individual champion when she won the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the 2005 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. ACADEMIC SUCCESS Horizon League studentathletes also excel in the classroom as more than 500 have been named to the Academic Honor Roll each of the past seven semesters for carrying a grade-point average of 3.2 or better, including more than 600 for the last four semesters. Twenty-five student-athletes were named to ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District teams in 2008-09, while eight earned Academic All-America honors. COMMUNITY SERVICE In addition to its athletics success, the Horizon League has secured a well-earned reputation for its community service initiatives. Each January, member institutions partner with local elementary schools for an art, music and essay contest highlighting the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with winners recognized at League games on the weekend of MLK Day. The Horizon League Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) also has continued a tradition of working with youth in Indianapolis during its annual summer meeting. In addition, several League men’s basketball coaches coached barefoot to support Samaritan’s Feet, and the League’s schools and fans donate to Komen for the Cure for breast cancer awareness during its annual women’s basketball championship. On campus, student-athletes have raised money and awareness for such causes as breast cancer, diabetes and hurricane relief, while hosting blood drives, neighborhood clean-ups, Big Brother/Big Sister programs and more. SPORTSMANSHIP One of the Horizon League’s points of emphasis is fostering collegial environments for competition among student-athletes, coaches, administrators and fans in a proactive approach. Among the vehicles is the Ethical Conduct Pledge, which is signed each season by student-athletes, coaches, officials, and campus and League administrators. Its purpose is to make all the involved groups aware of the

Horizon League expectations of behavior during conference events. DEMOGRAPHICS Horizon League institutions boast a combined enrollment of more than 130,000 plus nearly a quarter-million living alumni centered in the League’s Midwest footprint. League media markets include five of the nation’s top 35 in Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Indianapolis and Milwaukee, covering more than ten million television households and encompassing more than nine percent of the nation’s television audience. LEADERSHIP Jonathan B. (Jon) LeCrone is in his 18th year as Commissioner of the Horizon League, having been named to the position on May 11, 1992, and is the fifth-longest tenured commissioner among the 31 Division I conferences. He is the fifth commissioner in League history, succeeding Daniel B. “Tucker” DiEdwardo (1989-92), James W. Shaffer (1984-89), Cecil N. Coleman (1980-84) and James J. McCafferty (197980). LeCrone is in the second year of a four-year term on the NCAA Division I Leadership Council after completing a fiveyear term on the Division I Men’s Basketball Committee. VISIBILITY The Horizon League has enhanced its media visibility with a number of initiatives. The League is in a five-year agreement with ESPN that includes selected regular-season men’s basketball action (ESPN2) and the men’s championship game (ESPN) and features increased exposures each year on ESPNU .

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UDM’s League Award Winners

Coach of the Year

All-League Titans

1986 — Don Sicko 1998 — Perry Watson

1981 — Joe Kopicki, Forward, Junior Jerry Davis, Forward, Junior 1982 — Joe Kopicki, Forward, Senior Jerry Davis, Forward, Senior 1983 — Doug Chappell, Forward, Junior Clarence McNatt, Center, Senior Roy Simms, Guard, Senior 1984 — Keith Gray, Guard, Junior 1985 — Keith Gray, Guard, Senior Greg Wendt, Forward, Junior 1986 — Greg Wendt, Forward, Senior Brian Humes, Forward, Junior Kevin McAdoo, Guard, Senior 1987 — Archie Tullos, Guard, Junior 1988 — Archie Tullos, Guard, Senior 1989 — Darian McKinney, Forward, Sophomore 1991 — Dwayne Kelley, Guard, Sophomore 1992 — Dwayne Kelley, Guard, Junior 1993 — Tony Tolbert, Forward, Junior Dwayne Kelley, Guard, Senior 1994 — Tony Tolbert, Guard, Senior 1996 — Carl Pickett, Forward, Junior 1997 — Derrick Hayes, Guard, Junior 1998 — Derrick Hayes, Guard, Senior Brian Alexander, Center, Senior Jermaine Jackson, Guard, Junior 1999 — Jermaine Jackson, Guard, Senior Rashad Phillips, Guard, Sophomore 2000 — Rashad Phillips, Guard, Junior 2001 — Rashad Phillips, Guard, Senior Willie Green, Guard, Sophomore 2002 — Greg Grays, Guard, Senior 2003 — Willie Green, Guard, Senior 2004 — Elijah Warren, Forward, Senior 2005 — Brandon Cotton, Freshman, Guard 2006 — Brandon Cotton, Sophomore, Guard 2007 — Brandon Cotton, Junior, Guard Ryvon Covile, Senior, Center 2008 — Jon Goode, Senior, Guard

Player of the Year 1999 2000 2001 2003

— — — —

Jermaine Jackson Rashad Phillips Rashad Phillips Willie Green

Newcomer of the Year 1993 — Tony Tolbert 1997 — Derrick Hayes 1998 — Rashad Phillips

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All-Newcomer Team

All-Tournament Team

1984 — 1985 — 1986 — 1988 — 1989 — 1990 — 1992 — 1993 — 1994 — 1997 — 1998 — 2000 — 2001 — 2003 — 2005 —

1988 — Archie Tullos, Guard, Senior Darian McKinney, Forward, Freshman 1994 — Tony Tolbert, Guard, Senior Michael Jackson, Guard, Junior 1995 — Iyapo Montgomery, Guard, Junior 1996 — Jermaine Jackson, Guard, Freshman Carl Pickett, Forward, Junior 1998 — Jermaine Jackson, Guard, Junior 1999 — Rashad Phillips, Guard, Sophomore (MVP) Jermaine Jackson, Guard, Senior Desmond Ferguson, Guard, Junior 2000 — Rashad Phillips, Guard, Junior Desmond Ferguson, Guard, Senior 2001 — Rashad Phillips, Guard, Senior Terrell Riggs, Forward, Sophomore 2003 — Willie Green, Guard, Senior

Bryan Doss, Forward, Freshman Archie Tullos, Guard, Freshman John McIntyre, Guard, Freshman Darian McKinney, Forward, Freshman Calvin Winfield, Guard, Freshman Shawn Williams, Forward, Junior Michael Hamilton, Forward, Freshman Tony Tolbert, Forward, Junior Alan Renner-Thomas, Forward, Junior Derrick Hayes, Guard, Junior Rashad Phillips, Guard, Freshman Terrell Riggs, Forward, Freshman Greg Grays, Guard, Junior Elijah Warren, Forward, Junior Brandon Cotton, Freshman, Guard

All-Defensive Team 1996 1997 1998 1999

— — — —

2000 — 2001 — 2002 — 2003 — 2004 — 2005 — 2007 —

Brian Alexander, Center, Sophomore Brian Alexander, Center, Junior Brian Alexander, Center, Senior Bacari Alexander, Forward, Senior Jermaine Jackson, Guard, Senior Rashad Phillips, Guard, Sophomore Rashad Phillips, Guard, Junior Terrell Riggs, Forward, Sophomore Darius Belin, Guard, Junior Darius Belin, Guard, Senior Ryvon Covile, Center, Sophomore James Thues, Guard, Junior Ryvon Covile, Center, Junior James Thues, Guard, Senior Torvoris Baker, Senior, Forward Ryvon Covile, Center, Senior

Terrell Riggs

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The League Year-By-Year Year 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

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Regular Season Champion Record Loyola 5-0 Xavier 8-3 Evansville 10-2 Loyola 12-2 Oral Roberts 11-3 Loyola 13-1 Xavier 8-6 Evansville/Loyola 8-4 Xavier 9-1 Evansville 10-2 Xavier 12-2 Xavier 11-3 Evansville 8-2 Xavier/Evansville 12-2 Xavier 8-2 Xavier 14-0 UW-Green Bay 16-0 Butler 12-4 Detroit/UIC 12-2 Detroit 12-2 Butler 12-2 Butler 11-3 Butler 12-4 Butler 14-2 UW-Milwaukee 13-3 UW-Milwaukee 14-2 UW-Milwaukee 12-4 Butler/Wright State 13-3 Butler 16-2 Butler 15-3

Titan Titan Finish Record — — 6th 1-5 4th (tie) 6-6 5th (tie) 6-8 7th 4-10 3rd (tie) 8-6 3rd (tie) 7-5 7th 2-10 6th 2-8 5th (tie) 4-8 6th (tie) 3-11 8th 2-12 6th 1-9 4th 7-7 4th 5-5 4th 9-5 4th 8-8 2nd (tie) 11-5 1st (tie) 12-2 1st 12-2 3rd 8-6 2nd 10-4 2nd (tie) 11-5 4th (tie) 9-7 4th (tie) 10-6 3rd 9-7 3rd (tie) 8-8 7th (tie) 6-10 10th 3-15 10th 2-16

Tournament Champion Oral Roberts Oklahoma City Evansville Xavier Oral Roberts Loyola Xavier Xavier Xavier Xavier Dayton Xavier Evansville Xavier Detroit UW-Green Bay Northern Illinois Butler Butler Detroit Butler Butler UIC UW-Milwaukee UIC UW-Milwaukee UW-Milwaukee Wright State Butler Cleveland State

Scoring Leader Leroy Stampley, Loyola Darius Clemons, Loyola Wayne Sappleton, Loyola Alfredrick Hughes, Loyola Alfredrick Hughes, Loyola Alfredrick Hughes, Loyola Byron Larkin, Xavier Darin Fitzgerald, Butler Gerald Hayward, Loyola Scott Haffner, Evansville Keith Gailes, Loyola Keith Gailes, Loyola Parrish Casebier, Evansville Kareem Townes, La Salle Tony Tolbert, Detroit Sherell Ford, UIC Jeff Nordgaard, UWGB Chris Coleman, Northern Illinois Mark Miller, UIC Keion Brooks, Wright State Rashad Phillips, Detroit Rashad Phillips, Detroit David Bailey, Loyola Willie Green, Detroit Dylan Page, UW-Milwaukee Cedrick Banks, UIC Quin Humphrey, Youngstown St. DaShaun Wood Jon Goode, Detroit Ryan Tillema, Green Bay

Avg. 20.3 21.9 22.0 25.7 27.6 26.3 21.8 26.2 26.1 24.5 26.3 25.3 25.4 22.4 23.6 26.2 22.6 17.3 19.7 20.7 23.0 22.4 21.7 22.6 20.9 18.7 19.2 19.6 19.1 17.2


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The Horizon League Network The Horizon League and WebStream Productions announced the launch of the completely redesigned Horizon League Network web site this fall. The site, which can be found at www.HorizonLeagueNetwork.tv, serves as a portal to hundreds of live and on-demand videos while giving its users the ability to interact on an array of social media platforms. HLN is the premier destination for free, live video of Horizon League games and other on-demand features. The Network will web cast more than 400 events during the 200910 academic year. The HLN programming schedule includes: · More than 170 Horizon League men’s and women’s basketball regular-season conference games · First- and second-round games of the Horizon League Men’s Basketball Championship · First-round, quarter-final and semi-final games of the Horizon League Women’s Basketball Championship · Championship games of selected other team sports tournaments · Highlights of all 19 Horizon League post-season championships · Behind-the-scenes stories of Horizon League student-athletes, coaches and teams · Weekly highlights of men’s and women’s basketball · Viewer ratings of on-demand videos · In-game chat to share the game-day viewing experience · Special events such as the University of Detroit Mercy commencement ceremony In addition to the incorporation of Facebook and Twitter, the new HLN also features hundreds of photos, an integrated

blog and a news aggregator. The Horizon League will allow fans to view, download and share photos from each of its 19 championships via the photo management application Flickr. The HLN Blog increases its role on the new site with studentathletes blogging alongside the HLN staff. Finally, staying current with League news is now easy with a news aggregator pulling in stories from various outlets that cover Horizon League teams. The new site is also highly customizable, containing 10 uniquely branded channels for each Horizon League institution. These channels will sort the entire site’s content so visitors who select a favorite team will only see that team’s information. Nearly every section of the site gives users the ability to sort the content by school and/or sport for quick and easy location of content.

Titans coach Ray McCallum talks post-game with HLN announcer Matt Dery, a regular Detroit home game feature on the Horizon League Network

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2009-10 League Composite Schedule October ................................................................................... Eastern 30 Ohio Dominican at Detroit (Exh.) ................................................ 7 p.m. 31 Minnesota-Duluth at Green Bay (Exh.) ......................................... 8 p.m. November 1 Indianapolis atValparaiso (Exh.) .................................................. 5p.m. DePauw at Butler (Exh.) ............................................................. 7p.m. 2 Robert Morris (Ill.) at Loyola (Exh.) ............................................. 8p.m. 4 Cardinal Stritch at Milwaukee (Exh.) ............................................ 8 p.m. 5 Central State (Ohio) at Wright State (Exh.) .................................... 7 p.m. 6 Adrian at Detroit (Exh.) .............................................................. 7 p.m. 7 Taylor at Butler (Exh.) ............................................................... 2 p.m. UW-ParksideatMilwaukee(Exh.) ................................................ 8 p.m. St. Norbert at Green Bay (Exh.) (Kress Events Center) ....................................................8:30 p.m. 9 John Carroll at Cleveland State (Exh.) .......................................... 7 p.m. 10 Lewis at UIC (Exh.) ..............................................................8:30 p.m. 11 Detroit at California (Coaches v. Cancer) [ESPNU] ........................ 11p.m. 13 Green Bay vs. UAB (Hispanic College Fund Classic, Kent,Ohio) ..................................................................... 5 p.m. Valparaiso at Ball State .............................................................. 7 p.m. Cleveland State at St. Bonaventure ............................................... 7 p.m. Youngstown State at Xavier ....................................................7:30 p.m. Concordia-St. Paul at Milwaukee ................................................. 8p.m. Loyola at Kansas State ............................................................... 8 p.m. Wright State at Washington (AIABasketball Cl.) ...................... 10:30 p.m. 14 Davidson at Butler .................................................................... 2 p.m. UIS at UIC .............................................................................. 4 p.m. Green Bay vs. Samford (Hispanic College Fund Classic, Kent,Ohio) ..................................................................... 5 p.m. Wright State vs. Portland State (AIA Basketball Classic, Seattle,Wash.) ..............................................................7:30 p.m. 15 Western Michigan at Detroit ....................................................... 3 p.m. Hiram atYoungstown State ........................................................ 4 p.m. Valparaiso at North Carolina [Fox Sports South] ............................ 4 p.m.

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December 2 Butler at Ball State ................................................................... 7 p.m. 3 Youngstown State at Detroit* ..................................................... 7p.m. Loyola at Green Bay* ................................................................ 8 p.m. UIC at Milwaukee* ................................................................... 8 p.m. Cleveland State at Wright State* [ESPNU] .................................... 9 p.m. 5 Cleveland State at Detroit* ......................................................... 1p.m. Valparaiso at Butler* ................................................................. 2p.m. Youngstown State at Wright State* .............................................. 7p.m. UIC at Green Bay* .................................................................... 8 p.m. Loyola at Milwaukee* ............................................................... 8 p.m. 8 Tennessee State at Detroit ........................................................... 7 p.m. Butler vs. Georgetown (Jimmy VClassic, NewYork, N.Y.) [ESPN] .......................................................................... 7 p.m. Wright State at Toledo ............................................................... 7 p.m. Milwaukee at Marquette ............................................................. 8p.m. 9 Valparaiso at Purdue [Big Ten Network] ........................................ 7 p.m. Wisconsin at Green Bay ............................................................. 8p.m. 12 Ohio State at Butler [ESPN] ..................................................... 12p.m. Wilberforce at Cleveland State (Woodling Gym) ............................. 2 p.m. Toledo at Valparaiso .................................................................. 3 p.m. San Francisco at Loyola ............................................................. 4p.m. Milwaukee at North Dakota State ................................................. 8p.m. 13 Detroit at Michigan [Big Ten Network] ....................................... 12p.m. Wright State at Miami (Ohio) ..................................................... 3p.m. GreenBayatOakland ............................................................4:30 p.m. UICatDePaul .......................................................................... 6 p.m. 15 Robert Morris (Pa.) at Cleveland State .......................................... 7 p.m. 16 Wright State at Mississippi State [ESPN2] .................................... 7 p.m. Youngstown State at St. Francis (Pa.) ........................................... 7 p.m. Oregon State at UIC .................................................................. 8 p.m. Loyola at Bradley ..................................................................... 8 p.m. 19 Xavier at Butler [ESPN2] ........................................................... 2 p.m. West Virginia at Cleveland State (John McLendon Scholarship Classic) .................................. 2 p.m. Youngstown State at Green Bay* ................................................. 3p.m. Bowling Green at Detroit ....................................................... 3:30 p.m. Northern Illinois at UIC ............................................................. 4p.m. (19) Maryland-Eastern Shore at Wright State ........................................ 7 p.m.

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Concordia (Wis.) at Valparaiso .................................................... 8 p.m. Miami (Ohio) at Milwaukee ........................................................ 8 p.m. Loyola at SIU-Edwardsville ....................................................... 2 p.m. Valparaiso at IPFW ................................................................... 7p.m. UICatAkron ........................................................................... 7p.m. Central Michigan at Detroit ........................................................ 7 p.m. High Point at Youngstown State .................................................. 7p.m. Arkansas-Little Rock at Wright State ........................................... 7 p.m. Albany at Loyola ...................................................................... 8 p.m. Buffalo at Green Bay ................................................................. 8p.m. Butler at UAB .......................................................................... 8 p.m. Cleveland State at Ohio State [Big Ten Network] ........................ 8:30 p.m. Milwaukee atWisconsin [Big Ten Network] .................................. 9 p.m. UIC at Wisconsin [BigTen Network] ........................................ 3:30 p.m. Valparaiso atAkron ................................................................... 5p.m. Shawnee State at Detroit ............................................................ 7 p.m. Sam Houston State at Wright State .............................................. 7p.m. St. Francis (Ill.) at Loyola ........................................................... 8 p.m. Toledo at UIC .......................................................................... 8 p.m. Cleveland State at Kansas State ................................................... 8 p.m. Robert Morris (Pa.) atYoungstown State ....................................... 7 p.m. Detroit at UIC* ........................................................................ 1 p.m. Wright State at Loyola* ............................................................. 4p.m. Green Bay at Butler* ................................................................. 7p.m. Milwaukee atValparaiso* ........................................................... 8 p.m.

January 2 Milwaukee at Butler* ................................................................ 2 p.m. Wright State at UIC* ................................................................. 4p.m. Detroit at Loyola* .................................................................... 4 p.m. Cleveland State at Youngstown State* .......................................... 7 p.m. Green Bay atValparaiso* ............................................................ 8 p.m. 5 Milwaukee at SIU-Edwardsville .................................................. 8p.m. 7 UIC atYoungstown State* ......................................................... 7p.m. Loyola at Cleveland State* ......................................................... 7p.m. 8 Valparaiso at Detroit* [ESPNU] .................................................. 7p.m. Butler at Wright State* .............................................................. 7 p.m. 9 GreenBayatMilwaukee* ........................................................... 2 p.m. Loyola atYoungstown State* ..................................................... 7p.m. UIC at Cleveland State* .........................................................5:30 p.m. 10 Butler at Detroit* ..................................................................... 1 p.m. Valparaiso at Wright State* ........................................................ 4 p.m. 14 Cleveland State at Butler* .......................................................... 7p.m. Youngstown State atValparaiso* ................................................. 8p.m. Wright State at Green Bay* ........................................................ 8 p.m. Detroit at Milwaukee* ............................................................... 8 p.m. 15 Loyola at UIC* [ESPNU] ........................................................... 9 p.m. 16 Cleveland State at Valparaiso* .................................................... 2 p.m. Youngstown State at Butler* ...................................................... 2p.m. Detroit at Green Bay* ................................................................ 8 p.m. Wright State at Milwaukee* ....................................................... 8 p.m. 19 Green Bay at Houston Baptist .................................................8:30 p.m. 21 Valparaiso at UIC* .................................................................... 8 p.m. Butler at Loyola* ..................................................................... 8 p.m. 22 Milwaukee atYoungstown State* [ESPNU] .................................. 7 p.m. Green Bay at Cleveland State* .................................................... 7 p.m. (continued)

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Butler at UIC* ......................................................................... 2 p.m. Wright State at Detroit* ............................................................. 2p.m. Valparaiso at Loyola* ................................................................ 4 p.m. 24 Milwaukee at Cleveland State* ................................................... 2 p.m. Green Bay atYoungstown State* ................................................. 2p.m. 27 North Carolina Central atYoungstown State .................................. 7 p.m. 28 Loyola at Detroit* .................................................................... 7 p.m. UIC at Wright State* .............................................................7:30 p.m. 29 Valparaiso at Milwaukee* ........................................................... 8 p.m. (29) Butler at Green Bay* [ESPNU] ................................................... 9 p.m. 30 Loyola at Wright State* ............................................................. 2p.m. UIC at Detroit* ........................................................................ 4 p.m. Youngstown State at Cleveland State* [ESPNU] ............................ 4 p.m. 31 Valparaiso at Green Bay* ............................................................ 2 p.m. Butler at Milwaukee* ................................................................ 2 p.m. February 4 Detroit at Butler* ................................................................ 7:30 p.m. Wright State at Valparaiso* ........................................................ 8 p.m. Youngstown State at Loyola* ..................................................... 8p.m. Cleveland State at UIC* ............................................................. 8p.m. 6 Detroit atValparaiso* [potential ESPN2 wildcard#] ........................ 2 p.m. Wright State at Butler* [potential ESPN2 wildcard#] ...................... 2 p.m. Youngstown State at UIC* [potential ESPN2 wildcard#] .................. 4 p.m. Cleveland State at Loyola* [potential ESPN2 wildcard#] ................. 4 p.m. Milwaukee at Green Bay* [potential ESPN2 wildcard#] ................... 8 p.m. 8 Loyola at Butler* ..................................................................... 7 p.m. Chicago State at Detroit ............................................................. 7p.m. UIC atValparaiso* .................................................................... 8 p.m. 11 Green Bay at Detroit* ................................................................ 7 p.m. Butler atYoungstown State* ...................................................... 7p.m. Milwaukee at Wright State* ....................................................... 7 p.m. Valparaiso at Cleveland State* .................................................... 7 p.m. 13 Butler at Cleveland State* .......................................................... 2p.m. UIC at Loyola* ........................................................................ 4 p.m.

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Milwaukee at Detroit* ............................................................... 3 p.m. Valparaiso atYoungstown State* ................................................. 7p.m. Green Bay at Wright State* ........................................................ 7 p.m. Youngstown State at Milwaukee* ................................................ 8 p.m. Cleveland State at Green Bay* .................................................... 8 p.m. UIC at Butler* ......................................................................... 7 p.m. Detroit at Wright State* ............................................................. 7p.m. Loyola at Valparaiso* ................................................................ 8 p.m. Cleveland State at Milwaukee* ............................................... 8:30 p.m. Butler vs. TBD (BracketBusters) ...................................................TBD Cleveland State vs. TBD (BracketBusters) .......................................TBD Detroit vs. TBD (BracketBusters) ..................................................TBD Green Bay vs. TBD (BracketBusters) ..............................................TBD Loyola at TBD (BracketBusters) ....................................................TBD Milwaukee vs. TBD (BracketBusters) .............................................TBD UIC at TBD (BracketBusters) .......................................................TBD Valparaiso at TBD (BracketBusters) ...............................................TBD Wright State at TBD (BracketBusters) ............................................TBD Youngstown State atTBD (BracketBusters) .....................................TBD Detroit at Cleveland State* .....................................................7:30 p.m. Wright State atYoungstown State* .......................................... 7:30 p.m. Green Bay at UIC* .................................................................... 8 p.m. Milwaukee at Loyola* ............................................................... 8 p.m. Butler at Valparaiso* [ESPNU] ................................................... 9 p.m. Detroit atYoungstown State* ..................................................... 2p.m. Wright State at Cleveland State* ................................................. 2p.m. Milwaukee at UIC* ................................................................... 2p.m. Green Bay at Loyola* ................................................................ 4 p.m.

March 2 Speedway Horizon League Men’s Basketball Championship First Round (campus sites) 5 Speedway Horizon League Men’s Basketball Championship Second Round (site of #1 seed) 6 Speedway Horizon League Men’s Basketball Championship Semifinals (site of #1 seed) [ESPNU] 9 Speedway Horizon League Men’s Basketball Championship Game (site of higher remaining seed) [ESPN] ......................... 9 p.m. # ESPN2 wildcard game on Feb. 6 scheduled for 8 p.m. Eastern.

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Albany Sat. Nov. 21 - 7:00 p.m. (Albany, NY) Nickname: Great Danes Conference: America East Arena: SEFCU Arena (4,538) Head Coach: Will Brown (ninth Season) SID: Brian DePasquale Office: (518) 442-3072 Athletics Web Site: ualbanysports.com

Central Michigan Tue. Dec. 22 - 7:05 p.m. (Detroit, MI) Nickname: Chippewas Conference: Mid-American Arena: Rose Arena 5,200) Head Coach: Ernie Zeigler (Fourth Season) SID: Jason Kaufman Office: (989) 774-1763 Athletics Web Site: cmuchippewas.com

Alcorn State Sun. Nov. 22 - 2:30 p.m. (Albany, NY) Nickname: Braves Conference: Southwest Athletic Arena: Davey L. Whitney Complex (7,500) Head Coach: Larry Smith (10th Season) SID: LaToya Shields Office: (601) 877-6466 Athletics Web Site: alcornsports.com

Chicago State Mon. Feb. 8 - 7:05 p.m. (Detroit, MI) Nickname: Cougars Conference: Great West Arena: Jones Convocation Center (7,000) Head Coach: Benjy Taylor (Third Season) SID: Corey Miggins Office: (773) 995-2217 Athletics Web Site: gocsucougars.com

Bowling Green Sat. Dec. 19 - 3:35 p.m. (Detroit, MI) Nickname: Falcons Conference: Mid-American Arena: Anderson Arena (3,500) Head Coach: Louis Orr (Third Season) SID: Jason Knavel Office: (419) 372-7075 Athletics Web Site: bgsufalcons.com

Cleveland State Sat., Dec. 5 - 1:05 p.m. (Detroit, MI) Thur., Feb. 25 – 7:30 p.m. (Cleveland, OH) Nickname: Vikings Conference: Horizon League Arena: Wolstein Center (14,000) Head Coach: Gary Waters (Fourth Season) SID: Brian McCann Office: (216) 687-5115 Athletics Web Site: csuvikings.com

Butler Sun. Jan. 10 – 1:05 p.m. (Detroit, MI) Thur. Feb. 4 – 7:30 p.m. (Indianapolis, IN) Nickname: Bulldogs Conference: Horizon League Arena: Hinkle Fieldhouse (10,000) Head Coach: Brad Stevens (Third Season) SID: Jim McGrath Office: (317) 940-9414 Athletics Web Site: butlersports.com

DePaul Sat. Nov. 28 - 2:00 p.m. (Chicago, IL) Nickname: Blue Demons Conference: BIG EAST Arena: Allstate Arena (18,500) Head Coach: Jerry Wainwright (Fifth Season) SID: Greg Greenwell Office: (773) 325-7546 Athletics Web Site: depaulbluedemons.com

California Wed. Nov. 11 – 11:00 p.m. (Berkeley, CA) Nickname: Golden Bears Conference: PAC-10 Arena: Walter A. Haas Jr. Pavilion (11,877) Head Coach: Mike Montgomery (Second Sea.) SID: Tim Miguel Office: (510) 643-9036 Athletics Web Site: calbears.com

Green Bay Sun. Jan. 16 - 8:00 p.m. (Green Bay, WI) Thur. Feb. 11 – 7:05 p.m. (Detroit, MI) Nickname: Phoenix Conference: Horizon League Arena: Resch Center (9,729) Head Coach: Ted Kowalczyk (Seventh Season) SID: Drew Harris Office: (920) 465-2498 Athletics Web Site: greenbayphoenix.com


Tennessee State Tues. Dec. 8 - 7:05 p.m. (Detroit, MI) Nickname: Tigers Conference: Ohio Valley Arena: Gentry Sports Center (10,500) Head Coach: John Cooper (First Season) SID: Wallace Dooley Office: (615) 963-5674 Athletics Web Site: tsutigers.com

Loyola Sat. Jan. 2 - 4:00 p.m. (Chicago, IL) Thur. Jan. 28 – 7:05 p.m. (Detroit, MI) Nickname: Ramblers Conference: Horizon League Arena: Joseph J. Gentile Center (5,200) Head Coach: Jim Whitesell (Sixth Season) SID: Bill Behrns Office: (773) 508-2575 Athletics Web Site: loyolaramblers.com

UIC Thur. Dec. 31 - 1:00 p.m. (Chicago, IL) Sat. Jan. 30 – 4:00 p.m. (Detroit, MI) Nickname: Flames Conference: Horizon League Arena: UIC Pavilion (8,000) Head Coach: Jimmy Collins (14th Season) SID: John Jaramillo Office: (312) 996-5880 Athletics Web Site: uicflames.com

Michigan Sun. Dec. 13 - 12:00 p.m. (Ann Arbor, MI) Nickname: Wolverines Conference: Big Ten Arena: Crisler Arena: (13,751) Head Coach: John Beilein (Third Season) SID: Tom Wywrot Office: (734) 647-1268 Athletics Web Site: mgoblue.com

Valparaiso Fri. Jan. 8 - 7:05 p.m. (Detroit, MI) Sat. Feb. 6 – 2:05 p.m. (Valparaiso, IN) Nickname: Crusaders Conference: Horizon League Arena: Athletics-Recreation Center (5,000) Head Coach: Homer Drew (21st Season) SID: Aaron Leavitt Office: 219-464-6953 Athletics Web Site: valpoathletics.com

Milwaukee Thur. Jan. 14 - 8:00 p.m. (Milwaukee, WI) Sat. Feb. 13 – 3:05 p.m. (Detroit, MI) Nickname: Panthers Conference: Horizon League Arena: U.S. Cellular Arena (10,783) Head Coach: Rob Jeter (Fifth Season) SID: Kevin O’Connor Office: (414) 229-5674 Athletics Web Site: uwmpanthers.com

Western Michigan Sun. Nov. 15 - 3:05 p.m. (Detroit, MI) Nickname: Broncos Conference: Mid-American Arena: University Arena (5,421) Head Coach: Steve Hawkins (Sixth Season) SID: Matt Holmes Office: (269) 387-3168 Athletics Web Site: wmubroncos.com

Robert Morris Fri. Nov. 20 - 5:00 p.m. (Albany, NY) Nickname: Colonials Conference: Northeast Arena: Charles L. Sewall Center (3,056) Head Coach: Mike Rice (Third Season) SID: Jim Duzyk Office: (412) 397-4314 Athletics Web Site: rmucolonials.com

Wright State Sat. Jan. 23 - 2:05 p.m. (Detroit, MI) Wed. Feb. 17 – 7:00 p.m. (Dayton, OH) Nickname: Raiders Conference: Horizon League Arena: Ervin J. Nutter Center (10,449) Head Coach: Brad Brownell (Fourth Season) SID: Bob Noss Office: (937) 775-2816 Athletics Web Site: wsuraiders.com

Shawnee State Mon. Dec. 28 - 7:05 p.m. (Detroit, MI) Nickname: Bears Conference: American Midwest (NAIA) Arena: James A. Rhodes Center (2,000) Head Coach: Jeff Hamilton (Eighth Season) SID: Kara Bobo Office: (740) 351-3313 Web Site: shawnee.edu/programs/ath/index

Youngstown State Thur. Dec. 3 - 7:05 p.m. (Detroit, MI) Sat. Feb. 27 – 2:05 p.m. (Youngstown, OH) Nickname: Penguins Conference: Horizon League Arena: Beeghly Center (6,300) Head Coach: Jerry Slocum (Fifth Season) SID: Jamie Hall Office: (330) 941-1581 Athletics Web Site: ysusports.com

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Opponent Series BOWLING GREEN Titans lead series, 21-13 1952-53 — Falcons, 88-84 (H) 1953-54 — Falcons, 78-53 (A) 1954-55 — Titans, 91-60 (H) 1955-56 — Titans, 76-60 (A) 1956-57 — Falcons, 67-66 (H) 1957-58 — Falcons, 73-72 (A) 1958-59 — Titans, 85-79 (H) 1959-60 — Titans, 71-68 (A) 1960-61 — Titans, 97-76 (H) 1961-62 — Falcons, 89-55 (A) 1963-64 — Titans, 104-88 (H) 1964-65 — Titans, 75-73 (A) 1970-71 — Titans, 92-85 (H) 1971-72 — Titans, 86-78 (H) 1972-73 — Titans, 67-65 (A) 1974-75 — Titans, 82-69 (H) 1977-78 — Titans, 84-79 (A) 1984-85 — Titans, 81-77 (N) 1987-88 — Falcons, 63-59 (A) 1988-89 — Titans, 68-62 (H) 1991-92 — Titans, 74-71 (H) 1992-93 — Titans, 88-79 (A) 1993-94 — Titans, 61-56 (H) 1994-95 — Falcons, 71-53 (A) 1995-96 — Titans, 67-64 (H) 1996-97 — Falcons, 85-77 (A) 1997-98 — Titans, 73-52 (H) 1998-99 — Titans, 72-70 (A) 2001-02 — Falcons, 77-60 (A) 2002-03 — Titans, 75-61 (H) 2003-04 — Falcons, 56-52 (A) 2003-04 — Falcons, 59-53 (A) 2007-08 — Falcons, 81-65 (H) 2008-09 — Falcons, 58-38 (A)

BUTLER Bulldogs lead series, 38-28 1935-36 — Titans, 38-32 (H) 1937-38 — Titans, 41-25 (A) 1938-39 — Titans, 33-24 (H) 1939-40 — Bulldogs, 41-34 (A) 1980-81 — Titans, 83-72 (A) 1981-82 — Bulldogs, 68-61 (A) Titans, 81-67 (H) 1982-83 — Bulldogs, 64-63 (H) Bulldogs, 71-63 (A) 1983-84 — Titans, 74-60 (H) Bulldogs, 73-53 (A) 1984-85 — Bulldogs, 70-67 (A) Titans, 58-53 (H) 1985-86 — Titans, 75-73 (A) Titans, 72-48 (H) 1986-87 — Bulldogs, 76-66 (H)

Bulldogs, 88-77 (A) 1987-88 — Bulldogs, 52-50 (A) Bulldogs, 89-81 (H) 1988-89 — Titans, 88-80 (H) Bulldogs, 76-73 (A) 1989-90 — Titans, 85-77 (A) Bulldogs, 71-69 (H) 1990-91 — Bulldogs, 76-62 (H) Bulldogs, 71-56 (A) 1991-92 — Bulldogs, 91-82 (H) Bulldogs, 95-84 (A) Bulldogs, 87-70 (N*) 1992-93 — Titans, 85-82 (A) Titans, 71-65 (H) 1993-94 — Titans, 74-61 (H) Bulldogs, 83-63 (H) 1994-95 — Titans, 88-85 (A) Titans, 59-53 (N*) 1995-96 — Bulldogs, 70-62 (A) Bulldogs, 69-61 (H) 1996-97 — Titans, 56-54 (H) Bulldogs, 68-55 (A) 1997-98 — Titans, 78-61 (H) Titans, 54-51 (A) 1998-99 — Bulldogs, 59-46 (H) Titans, 62-52 (A) Titans, 72-65 (N*) 1999-00 — Titans, 75-65 (H) Bulldogs, 68-62 (A) Bulldogs, 62-43 (N*) 2000-01 — Bulldogs, 74-59 (A) Titans, 68-63 (H) Bulldogs, 53-38 (N*) 2001-02 — Titans, 63-54 (H) Bulldogs, 61-48 (A) 2002-03 — Bulldogs, 76-68 (A) Bulldogs, 66-63 (H) Bulldogs, 58-55 (N*) 2003-04 — Bulldogs, 70-69 (A) Titans, 54-48 (H) 2004-05 — Titans, 72-59 (H) Bulldogs, 65-50 (A) 2005-06 — Bulldogs, 64-52 (A) Titans, 73-71 (H) 2006-07 — Bulldogs, 68-58 (H) Bulldogs, 56-36 (A) 2007-08 — Bulldogs, 53-46 (H) Bulldogs, 65-31 (A) 2008-09 — Bulldogs, 54-50 (A) Bulldogs, 66-61 (H)

CALIFORNIA Golden Bears lead series, 1-0 1937-38 — Golden Bears, 32-28

CENTRAL MICHIGAN Titans lead series, 19-11 1912-13 — Titans, 24-41 1914-15 — Chippewas, 38-22 1919-20 — Titans, 25-23

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Titans, 24-41 Titans, 37-27 Titans, 81-55 (H) Titans, 83-69 (A) Titans, 82-62 (H) Titans, 90-33 (A) Chippewas, 72-69 (H) Chippewas, 82-77 (A) Titans, 79-72 (H) Chippewas, 72-70 (A) Chippewas, 93-70 (N) Titans, 89-67 (H) Titans, 67-64 (A) Chippewas, 70-68 (H) Chippewas, 76-56 (A) Titans, 75-66 (H) Chippewas, 756-68 (A) Chippewas, 57-56 (A) Titans, 57-54 (H) Chippewas, 90-78 (A) Titans, 77-53 (H) Titans, 60-51 (A) Titans, 83-80 (A) Titans, 74-60 (H) Titans, 77-68 (A) Chippewas, 70-66 (H) Titans, 67-55 (A)

CHICAGO STATE Titans lead series, 11-3 1970-71 — Titans, 79-35 (H) 1971-72 — Titans, 72-58 (H) 1988-89 — Cougars, 95-80 (A) 1989-90 — Titans, 81-70 (H) 1991-92 — Cougars, 82-81 (H) 1992-93 — Titans, 96-78 (A) 1999-00 — Titans, 75-64 (H) 2000-01 — Titans, 87-65 (A) 2003-04 — Titans, 64-53 (H) 2004-05 — Cougars, 62-47 (A) 2005-06 — Titans, 68-65 (H) 2006-07 — Titans, 78-68 (A) 2007-08 — Titans, 77-66 (H) 2008-09 — Titans, 68-67 (A)

CLEVELAND STATE Titans lead series, 32-12 1935-36 — Titans, 40-25 (H) Titans, 38-22 (H) 1970-71 — Titans, 85-70 (H) 1971-72 — Titans, 100-54 (H) 1973-74 — Titans, 83-79 (A) 1975-76 — Titans, 104-72 (H) 1976-77 — Titans, 78-66 (C) 1982-83 — Titans, 65-63 (H) 1983-84 — Vikings, 63-56 (A) 1994-95 — Titans, 70-56 (H) Titans, 80-66 (A) 1995-96 — Vikings, 48-47 (A) Titans, 103-74 (H)

1996-97 — Titans, 80-72 (A) Titans, 68-60 (H) Vikings, 67-63 (N*) 1997-98 — Titans, 84-70 (H) Vikings, 60-57 (A) 1998-99 — Titans, 73-58 (A) Titans, 78-66 (H) Titans, 80-65 (N*) 1999-00 — Titans, 71-68 (H) Vikings, 81-69 (A) 2000-01 — Vikings, 69-67 (A) Titans, 75-63 (H) Titans, 91-81 (N*) 2001-02 — Titans, 53-50 (H) Titans, 72-62 (A) Titans, 67-63 (A*) 2002-03 — Titans, 70-51 (A) Titans, 72-55 (H) 2003-04 — Titans, 75-53 (A) Titans, 77-55 (H) Titans, 62-36 (H*) 2004-05 — Vikings, 69-62 (A) Titans, 67-52 (H) 2005-06 — Vikings, 59-53 (A) Titans, 84-73 (H) Titans, 92-58 (*H) 2006-07 — Vikings, 63-61 (A) Titans, 60-48 (H) 2007-08 — Vikings, 74-64 (H) Vikings, 60-56 (A) 1996-97 — Vikings, 53-44 (H) Vikings, 66-49 (A) Vikings, 56-43 (A*)

DePAUL Blue Demons lead series, 26-10 1926-27 — Titans, 32-29 1927-28 — Titans, 27-19 1929-30 — Blue Demons, 21-17 1930-31 — Blue Demons, 21-17 1931-32 — Titans, 36-35 Blue Demons, 26-20 Blue Demons, 58-25 1935-36 — Blue Demons, 40-33 Blue Demons, 41-29 1936-37 — Blue Demons, 34-19 Titans, 29-24 1937-38 — Titans, 38-36 Titans, 38-24 1939-40 — Blue Demons, 47-37 Blue Demons, 44-41 1962-63 — Blue Demons, 82-77 (H) 1966-67 — Blue Demons, 97-62 (A) 1967-68 — Blue Demons, 111-107 (H) 1975-76 — Titans, 74-67 (H) 1980-81 — Blue Demons, 69-58 (A) 1981-82 — Blue Demons, 74-70 (H) 1982-83 — Blue Demons, 78-53 (A) 1983-84 — Blue Demons, 66-47 (H) 1989-90 — Blue Demons, 87-82 (H)


1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 2007-08 2008-09

— — — — — — —

Blue Demons, 81-74 (A) Blue Demons, 92-81 (H) Blue Demons, 90-79 (A) Titans, 86-80 (H) Blue Demons, 78-47 (A) Blue Demons, 70-64 (H) Blue Demons, 71-62 (A)

EASTERN MICHIGAN Titans lead series, 56-15 1909-10 — Eagles, 39-24 1910-11 — Titans, 52-20 1911-12 — Titans, 62-16 Titans, 47-8 1912-13 — Titans, 29-27 1913-14 — Eagles, 34-28 Titans, 41-17 1915-16 — Titans, 21-20 Eagles, 37-25 1921-22 — Eagles, 29-27 1922-23 — Titans, 34-27 Eagles, 30-18 1936-37 — Titans, 39-21 Titans, 30-16 1937-38 — Titans, 34-32 Titans, 40-23 1938-39 — Titans, 48-35 Titans, 49-26 1939-40 — Titans, 39-30 Titans, 49-36 1940-41 — Titans, 32-28 Titans, 38-30 1941-42 — Titans, 29-27 Titans, 49-44 1942-43 — Titans, 39-25 Titans, 36-35 1943-44 — Titans, 42-32 Titans, 46-11 1944-45 — Titans, 50-34 Titans, 46-38 1945-46 — Titans, 48-36 Titans, 54-33 1946-47 — Titans, 73-47 Titans, 62-49 1947-48 — Eagles, 46-39 (H) Titans, 52-37 (A) 1948-49 — Titans, 53-37 (A) Titans, 54-46 (A) 1949-50 — Titans, 59-35 (H) Titans, 65-39 (A) 1950-51 — Titans, 62-54 (H) Titans, 64-60 (A) 1951-52 — Titans, 47-46 (H) 1967-68 — Titans, 107-78 (H) 1968-69 — Titans, 74-72 (A) Titans, 80-67 (H) 1969-70 — Eagles, 73-66 (H) Eagles, 98-77 (A) 1974-75 — Eagles, 62-60 (H) 1976-77 — Titans, 80-62 (H)

Titans, 87-82 (A) 1977-78 — Titans, 109-71 (H) 1978-79 — Titans, 80-75 (H) 1979-80 — Eagles, 66-60 (H) Titans, 68-63 (H) 1984-85 — Titans, 85-80 (H) 1985-86 — Titans, 63-59 (A) Eagles, 74-64 (N) 1986-87 — Titans, 73-63 (H) 1987-88 — Eagles, 79-66 (A) 1988-89 — Eagles, 82-76 (H) 1989-90 — Eagles, 69-65 (A) 1990-91 — Titans, 85-81 (H) 1999-00 — Eagles, 82-80 (A) 2000-01 — Titans, 73-63 (H) 2001-02 — Titans, 895-69 (A) 2004-05 — Titans, 88-83 (H) 2005-06 — Titans, 64-60 (A) 2006-07 — Titans, 72-52 (H) 2007-08 — Titans, 72-68 (H) 2008-09 — Titans, 62-47 (H)

LOYOLA Ramblers lead series, 63-45 1922-23 — Titans, 31-13 Titans, 18-16 1923-24 — Ramblers, 23-17 Titans, 26-23 1924-25 — Ramblers, 22-18 1925-26 — Titans, 32-18 1926-27 — Ramblers, 13-8 Titans, 19-17 1927-28 — Titans, 16-13 Ramblers, 26-21 1928-29 — Ramblers, 22-19 Ramblers, 24-6 1929-30 — Ramblers, 12-10 1930-31 — Ramblers, 25-20 Titans, 27-19 1933-34 — Ramblers, 26-25 (H) Ramblers, 25-20 (A) 1934-35 — Ramblers, 29-19 (H) Ramblers, 43-29 (A) 1935-36 — Titans, 20-19 (H) Ramblers, 33-32 (A) 1940-41 — Ramblers, 36-30 (H) 1941-42 — Ramblers, 32-29 (A) 1942-43 — Ramblers, 52-33 (A) 1947-48 — Ramblers, 57-37 (H) Ramblers, 67-37 (A) 1948-49 — Ramblers, 59-25 (H) Ramblers, 72-42 (A) 1950-51 — Ramblers, 76-61 (A) 1953-54 — Ramblers, 67-66 (A) 1954-55 — Titans, 92-78 (H) 1957-58 — Ramblers, 56-51 (A) 1958-59 — Titans, 68-66 (H) 1960-61 — Ramblers, 83-82 (A) 1961-62 — Ramblers, 90-76 (H) 1963-64 — Ramblers, 113-108 (A)

1964-65 — Titans, 78-76 (H) 1969-70 — Ramblers, 79-70 (A) Ramblers, 85-80 (H) 1970-71 — Titans, 70-63 (A) 1972-73 — Ramblers, 77-68 (A) Titans, 69-48 (H) 1973-74 — Titans, 86-75 (H) 1974-75 — Titans, 66-55 (A) 1975-76 — Titans, 85-79 (H) Titans, 89-85 (A) 1976-77 — Ramblers, 79-71 (A) 1977-78 — Titans, 89-69 (H) 1978-79 — Titans, 83-74 (H) Titans, 72-69 (A) 1979-80 — Ramblers, 109-87 (A) 1980-81 — Ramblers, 82-80 (H) Ramblers, 86-80 (A*) 1981-82 — Ramblers, 86-81 (A) Ramblers, 80-74 (A) 1982-83 — Ramblers, 74-69 (H) Ramblers, 98-83 (A) 1983-84 — Ramblers, 98-85 (A) Ramblers, 87-82 (H) Ramblers, 88-84 (A*) 1984-85 — Ramblers, 85-79 (H) Ramblers, 127-100 (A) 1985-86 — Titans, 77-74 (H) Ramblers, 77-56 (A) 1986-87 — Ramblers, 94-73 (A) Ramblers, 103-75 (H) Ramblers, 80-75 (N*) 1987-88 — Ramblers, 76-72 (A) Ramblers, 104-93 (H) 1988-89 — Ramblers, 66-64 (A) Titans, 115-101 (H) 1989-90 — Ramblers, 72-54 (A) Titans, 69-67 (H) 1990-91 — Ramblers, 81-79 (A) Ramblers, 73-63 (H) 1991-92 — Ramblers, 93-89 (H) Ramblers, 74-70 (A) 1992-93 — Titans, 96-75 (A) Titans, 65-56 (H) 1993-94 — Ramblers, 74-58 (A) Titans, 72-64 (H) 1994-95 — Titans, 76-68 (A) 1995-96 — Titans, 78-63 (A) Titans, 62-48 (H) 1996-97 — Titans, 69-62 (H) Titans, 77-64 (A) 1997-98 — Titans, 76-71 (A) Titans, 94-65 (H) 1998-99 — Titans, 58-39 (H) Ramblers, 72-69 (A) 1999-00 — Titans, 82-55 (A) Titans, 85-67 (H) 2000-01 — Titans, 81-61 (H) Ramblers, 66-54 (A) 2001-02 — Ramblers, 55-49 (A) Titans, 55-53 (H) 2002-03 — Titans, 72-54 (H)

2003-04 —

2004-05 — 2005-06 —

2006-07 — 2007-08 — 2008-09 —

Ramblers, 76-64 (A) Titans, 98-84 (N*) Ramblers, 80-77 (A) Titans, 69-62 (H) Titans, 60-55 (N*) Titans, 70-53 (A) Titans, 73-59 (H) Titans, 73-67 (H) Ramblers, 68-63 (A) Ramblers, 64-55 (N*) Ramblers, 70-64 (A) Ramblers, 71-61 (H) Ramblers, 71-65 (A) Titans, 56-53 (H) Ramblers, 72-66 (H) Ramblerss, 67-41 (A)

MICHIGAN Wolverines lead series, 22-4 1918-19 - Wolverines, 39-18 (A) 1958-59 - Wolverines, 93-68 (H) 1961-62 - Titans, 82-74 (A) 1962-63 - Titans, 83-70 (H) 1963-64 - Wolverines, 117-87 (A) 1967-68 - Wolverines, 104-99 (H) 1969-70 - Wolverines, 85-75 (A) 1970-71 - Wolverines, 74-73 (A) 1972-73 - Wolverines, 74-65 (H) 1973-74 - Titans, 70-59 (H) 1976-77 - Wolverines, 86-81 (N) 1979-80 - Wolverines, 85-72 (N) 1980-81 - Wolverines, 85-68 (N) 1981-82 - Titans, 55-51 (A) 1982-83 - Wolverines, 65-63 (H) 1983-84 - Wolverines, 84-63 (A) 1984-85 - Wolverines, 80-66 (A) 1991-92 - Wolverines, 100-74 (H) 1992-93 - Wolverines, 92-77 (A) 1993-94 - Wolverines, 78-60 (A) 1994-95 - Wolverines, 87-76 (A) 1995-96 - Wolverines, 68-48 (H) 1996-97 - Wolverines, 75-59 (A) 1997-98 - Wolverines, 54-53 (H) 1998-99 - Wolverines, 62-55 (A) 1999-00 - Wolverines, 66-62 (A)

SHAWNEE STATE Titans lead series, 1-0 2005-06 — Titans, 56-51 (N)

TENNESSEE STATE Tigers lead series, 1-0 2008-09 — Tigers, 78-75 (A)

UIC Titans lead series, 21-11 1994-95 — Titans, 91-85 (H) 1995-96 — Titans, 89-78 (A) Titans, 90-71 (H) (Continued)

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Opponent Series (continued from previous page) 1996-97 — Flames, 66-53 (H) Titans, 64-53 (A) 1997-98 — Flames, 88-83 (A) Titans, 76-58 (H) 1998-99 — Titans, 70-42 (H) Titans, 69-50 (A) Titans, 55-51 (A*) 1999-00 — Flames, 70-58 (A) Titans, 73-55 (H) Titans, 80-72 (A*) 2000-01 — Titans, 64-62 (A) Titans, 75-62 (H) 2001-02 — Flames, 62-61 (A) Titans, 74-67 (H) Flames, 79-68 (N*) 2002-03 — Flames, 77-74 (H) Titans, 80-73 (A) 2003-04 — Titans, 56-48 (A) Titans, 70-67 (H 2004-05 — Titans, 67-57 (H) Flames, 63-57 (A) 2005-06 — Titans, 76-65 (H) Flames, 63-57 (A) 2006-07 — Titans, 66-54 (A) Flames, 75-65 (H) 2007-08 — Flames, 75-65 (A) Titans, 68-60 (H) 2008-09 — Flames, 65-61 H() Flames, 64-53)

UW-GREEN BAY Titans lead series, 19-17 1987-88 — Phoenix, 72-61 (H) 1988-89 — Phoenix, 84-62 (A) 1993-94 — Phoenix, 74-63 (N) 1994-95 — Phoenix, 55-53 (H) 1995-96 — Phoenix, 71-69 (A) Phoenix, 46-44 (H) Titans, 56-50 (N*) 1996-97 — Phoenix, 46-44 (A) Titans, 72-36 (H) 1997-98 — Titans, 58-41 (H) Titans, 67-64 (A) Phoenix, 68-65 (A*) 1998-99 — Titans, 43-37 (A) Titans, 67-54 (H) 1999-00 — Phoenix, 71-47 (A) Titans, 60-56 (H) 2000-01 — Titans, 91-74 (H) Titans, 58-46 (A) Titans, 66-58 (N*) 2001-02 — Titans, 52-40 (A) Phoenix, 65-61 (H) 2002-03 — Titans, 87-72 (H) Titans, 71-62 (A) 2003-04 — Phoenix, 53-52 (A)

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Titans, 61-52 (H) 2004-05 — Phoenix, 60-54 (H) Titans, 68-56 (A) Titans, 61-55 (N*) 2005-06 — Titans, 60-57 (H) Phoenix, 45-42 (A) 2006-07 — Titans, 60-42 (A) Titans, 76-72 (H) 2007-08 — Phoenix, 78-52 (A) Phoenix, 66-64 (H) 2008-09 — Phoenix, 57-46 (A) Phoenix, 78-62 (H)

U W- M I LWA U K E E Panthers lead series, 17-15 1994-95 — Titans, 69-59 (A) 1995-96 — Titans, 76-59 (H) Titans, 69-65 (A) 1996-97 — Panthers, 47-46 (A) Titans, 67-52 (H) 1997-98 — Titans, 83-56 (H) Titans, 83-68 (A) Titans, 74-60 (N*) 1998-99 — Titans, 71-54 (A) Titans, 78-53 (H) 1999-00 — Panthers, 64-59 (A) Titans, 88-48 (H) 2000-01 — Titans, 54-51 (H) Panthers, 80-69 (A) 2001-02 — Panthers, 66-48 (A) Titans, 94-61 (H) 2002-03 — Panthers, 73-72 (H) Panthers, 61-50 (A) 2003-04 — Panthers, 82-74 (A) Panthers, 85-68 (H) Panthers, 58-50 (N) 2004-05 — Titans, 76-68 (A) Panthers, 61-48 (H) Panthers, 59-58 (A*) 2005-06 — Panthers, 72-71 (H) Panthers, 76-57 (A) 2006-07 — Panthers, 65-64 (A) Titans, 91-84 (H) 2007-08 — Panthers, 55-53 (A) Titans, 72-61 (H) 2008-09 — Panthers, 71-62 (A) Panthers, 68-63 (H)

VALPARAISO Series tied, 5-5 1920-21 — Titans, 22-16 1926-27 — Crusaders, 32-27 1964-65 — Titans, 59-56 (H) 1971-72 — Crusaders, 57-56 (H) 1990-91 — Titans, 79-68 (A) 1991-92 — Titans, 82-65 (H)

2007-08 — Crusaders, 81-68 (H) Crusaders, 59-56 (A) 2008-09 — Crusaders, 64-41 (A) Titans, 56-5 (H)

1996-97 — 1997-98 —

WESTERN MICHIGAN Titans lead series, 24-23 1916-17 — Titans, 26-21 1919-20 — Titans, 35-28 Broncos, 23-18 1921-22 — Broncos, 25-21 1923-24 — Broncos, 26-19 Titans, 23-21 1924-25 — Broncos, 24-17 1925-26 — Broncos, 28-23 1936-37 — Broncos, 44-25 1937-38 — Broncos, 42-34 Titans, 41-32 1938-39 — Titans, 42-38 Titans, 50-34 1959-60 — Titans, 92-72 (H) 1961-62 Broncos, 69-57 (H) 1962-63 — Broncos, 110-67 (A) 1964-65 — Titans, 96-87 (A) 1965-66 — Titans, 91-79 (H) 1966-67 — Broncos, 80-70 (H) Broncos, 76-69 (A) 1967-68 — Broncos, 94-82 (H) 1968-69 — Titans, 106-99 (A) 1969-70 — Titans, 82-71 (H) 1971-72 — Broncos, 98-85 (A) 1972-73 — Titans, 57-55 (H) 1973-74 — Broncos, 105-89 (A) 1974-75 — Broncos, 80-65 (H) 1975-76 — Broncos, 81-71 (A) 1976-77 — Titans, 86-64 (H) 1977-78 — Titans, 113-91 (A) 1978-79 — Titans, 92-77 (H) 1980-81 — Titans, 85-82 (N) 1994-95 — Broncos, 79-77 (A) 1995-96 — Titans, 65-50 (H) 1996-97 — Broncos, 60-44 (A) 1997-98 — Titans, 77-59 (H) 1998-99 — Titans, 63-51 (A) 1999-00 — Titans, 80-66 (H) 2000-01 — Titans, 67-56 (A) 2001-02 — Titans, 67-62 (H) 2002-03 — Broncos, 71-55 (A) 2005-04 — Titans, 66-43 (H) 2004-05 — Broncos, 64-48 (A) 2005-06 — Titans, 77-74 (H) 2006-07 — Broncos, 69-67 (A) 2007-08 — Broncos, 60-59 (H) 2008-09 — Broncos, 71-58 (A)

WRIGHT STATE Titans lead series, 18-15 1994-95 — Raiders, 78-71 (H) Raiders, 79-64 (A) Raiders, 76-69 (A*) 1995-96 — Raiders, 59-57 (H)

1998-99 — 1999-00 —

2000-01 — 2001-02 — 2002-03 — 2003-04 — 2004-05 —

2005-06 — 2006-07 — 2007-08 —

2008-09 —

Raiders, 70-63 (A) Titans, 67-61 (A*) Titans, 73-62 (H) Titans, 65-63 (A) Titans, 80-75 (H) Titans, 68-60 (A) Titans, 68-56 (A) Titans, 64-46 (H) Titans, 75-65 (H) Raiders, 64-61 (A) Titans, 64-59 (N*) Titans, 78-65 (A) Titans, 80-67 (H) Titans, 75-74 (H) Titans, 69-64 (A) Raiders, 67-64 (A) Titans, 68-63 (H) Raiders, 67-61 (H) Titans, 74-60 (A) Raiders, 63-57 (A) Titans, 71-49 (H) Titans, 61-48 (N*) Raiders, 69-58 (A) Titans, 70-66 (H) Raiders, 50-49 (A) Raiders, 66-59 (H) Raiders, 66-57 (H) Raiders, 59-58 (A) Raiders, 60-37 (A*) Raiders, 60-51 (H) Raiders, 61-48 (A)

YOUNGSTOWN STATE Titans lead series, 18-7 1953-54 — Titans, 101-65 (H) 1982-83 — Titans, 73-72 (H) 1986-87 — Titans, 64-63 (H) 1987-88 — Penguins, 67-63 (A) 1988-89 — Titans, 91-67 (H) 1989-90 — Titans, 94-77 (H) 1991-92 — Titans, 91-64 (H) 2000-01 — Titans, 54-53 (A) 2001-02 — Titans, 66-51 (A) Titans, 63-52 (H) 2002-03 — Titans, 57-49 (A) Titans, 86-52 (H) 2003-04 — Titans, 64-43 (H) Titans, 56-46 (A) 2004-05 — Penguins, 59-55 (A) Titans, 62-47 (H) 2005-06 — Titans, 68-63 (H) Titans, 65-54 (A) 2006-07 — Titans, 66-51 (H) Penguins, 82-70 (A) Penguins, 82-80 (A*) 2007-08 — Penguins, 70-66 (H) Penguins, 55-48 (A) 2006-07 — Penguins, 80-78 (H) Penguins, 68-64 (A) (*MCC/Horizon League Tournament Games)


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Individual Records

SCORING

Season Rashad Phillips Career Rashad Phillips Game Archie Tullos

Games

785 2,319 49

2001 35 1998-01 129 Feb. 22, 1988 vs. Bradley

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

Games

Season Archie Tullos .481 1987 28 Career Archie Tullos .433 1987-88 58 Game Desmond Ferguson (6-7).833Jan. 3, 1998 vs. UWM FOULS

SCORING AVERAGE Season Spencer Haywood 32.1 Career Dave DeBusschere 24.8

1969 1960-62

24 80

Season Guy Sparrow Career Kevin McAdoo

105 359

1954 1983-86

28 113

198 541 19 19

1957 26 1998-01 129 Feb. 19, 1994 vs. Xavier Feb. 2, 2006 vs. Cleve. St.

FREE THROWS

REBOUNDS Season Dave DeBusschere 540 Career Dave DeBusschere 1,552 Game Dave DeBusschere 39

Season Bill Ebben 1960 27 Career Rashad Phillips 1960-62 80 Jan. 30, 1960 vs. C. Mich. Game Tony Tolbert Brandon Cotton

FIELD GOALS FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Season Terry Duerod Career John Long Game Terry Duerod

303 940 23

1979 28 1975-78 110 Feb. 10, 1979 vs. CCNY

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTS Season Bill Ebben Career John Long

681 1,942

1957 1975-78

26 110

Season Bill Ebben Career Norm Swanson Game Bill Ebben Brandon Cotton

284 732 22 22

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

Season Rashad Phillips .916 Career Archie Tullos .881 Game Keith Gray (15-15) 1.000

Season Ryvon Covile .637 2004 30 Career Clarence McNatt .580 1980-83 107 Game Greg Wendt (11-11)1.000 Jan. 11, 1986 vs. Xavier

ASSISTS

3-POINT FIELD GOALS

Season Wilbert McCormick 220 Career Kevin McAdoo 615 Game Wilbert McCormick 19

Season Rashad Phillips 136 Career Rashad Phillips 348 Game Desmond Ferguson 10

2001 35 1998-01 129 Feb. 26, 2000 vs. UWM

Season Terry Tyler Career Terry Tyler Game Terry Tyler

Season Rashad Phillips 328 Career Rashad Phillips 879 Game Desmond Ferguson 16

STEALS Season Roy Simms Career Jerry Davis Game Jerry Davis

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2001 35 1985-88 114 Feb. 18, 1985 vs. Evans.

1978 29 1983-86 113 Feb. 18, 1978 vs. Canisius

BLOCKED SHOTS

3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 2001 35 1998-01 129 Feb. 26, 2000 vs. UWM

1957 26 1949-53 87 Feb. 9, 1957 vs. St. Louis Feb. 2, 2006 vs. Cleve. St.

172 359 13

1978 28 1975-78 110 Feb. 15, 1978 vs. W. Mich.

80 195 10

1983 29 1979-82 109 Dec. 10, 1980 vs. J. Carr.


Team Records

GAME

SEASON

Scoring (vs. CCNY, Feb. 10, 1979) ............................ 135 Field Goals (vs. CCNY, Feb. 10, 1979) ........................ 59 3-Point Field Goals (vs. UW-Milw., Feb. 26, 2000) .... 18 3-Point Attempts (vs. Dayton, Jan. 26, 1991) ............... 36 Free Throws (vs. Bradley, Jan. 2, 1956) ....................... 46 Rebounds (vs. Central Mich., Jan. 30, 1960) ............... 77 Assists (vs. Canisius, Feb. 18, 1978) ............................ 45 Blocks (vs. Western Mich., Feb. 15, 1978) .................. 17 Steals (vs. Buffalo, Jan. 7, 1978) .................................. 24 Points Allowed (vs. Loyola, Feb. 9, 1985) ................. 127 Victory Margin .............................................................. 72 vs. Western Ontario (Jan. 11, 1964) .................. 115-43 Defeat Margin ............................................................... 43 vs. Western Michigan (Jan. 14, 1963) .............. 110-67 vs. Southern Illinois (Mar. 5, 1974) .................... 95-52 vs. Iowa (Dec. 1, 1980) ...................................... 98-55 Points by Individual Opponent ..................................... 63 Hersey Hawkins, Bradley (Feb. 22, 1988) Rebounds by Individual Opponent ............................... 26 Phil Hubbard, Michigan (Mar. 17, 1977) Assists by Individual Opponent .................................... 18 Keith Walker, Xavier (Feb. 7, 1980)

Most Consecutive Wins ....................... 21 Most Consecutive Losses .................... 15 Most Wins ............................................ 25 ................................................................. Most Losses ......................................... 23 Best W-L Percentage (13-0) ........... 1.000 Modern (25-4) ............................. .862 Worst W-L Percentage (7-23) ........... .233 MISCELLANEOUS Field Goals ....................................... 1178 Field Goal Attempts ......................... 2275 Field Goal Percentage ....................... .516 3-Point Field Goals ............................ 279 3-Point FG Attempts .......................... 745 3-Point FG Percentage ...................... .416 Free Throws ....................................... 662 Free Throw Attempts ......................... 995 Free Throw Percentage ..................... .752 Rebounds ......................................... 1617 Assists ................................................ 664 Blocked Shots .................................... 236

SCORING

REBOUNDING

49 47 45 44 43 43 43 42 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 40 40

39 35 34 34 34 33 33 32 32 31 30

Archie Tullos vs. Bradley .................... Feb. 22, 1988 Terry Duerod vs. CCNY ...................... Feb. 10, 1979 Spencer Haywood vs. Canisius ........... Feb. 26, 1969 Dave DeBusschere vs. Dayton ............ Feb. 10, 1962 Archie Tullos vs. John Carroll .............. Jan. 20, 1988 Marvin Owens vs. Loyola ..................... Mar. 5, 1988 Willie Green vs. UIC ........................... Jan. 27, 2003 Archie Tullos vs. Xavier ...................... Feb. 15, 1988 Bill Ebben vs. Tulsa ............................ Feb. 18, 1957 Bill Ebben vs. Louisville ....................... Mar. 6, 1957 Dorie Murrey vs. Minnesota ............... Dec. 20, 1965 Spencer Haywood vs. La Salle ............ Feb. 21, 1969 Archie Tullos vs. Evansville ................ Mar. 11, 1988 Tony Tolbert vs. UW-Green Bay ........... Dec. 3, 1993 Rashad Phillips vs. UW-Green Bay ..... Jan. 27, 2001 Willie Green vs. Wright State .............. Feb. 13, 2003 Bill Ebben vs. Northwestern ............... Dec. 29, 1956 Tony Tolbert vs. Xavier ....................... Feb. 19, 1994

(1977) (1987-88) (1977, 1978, 1998, 1999, 2001) (1988) (1913) (1977, 1988) (1988, 2008, 2009)

(1978) (1978) (1978) (2001) (2001) (1987) (1957) (1955) (1999) (1961) (1978) (1978)

Dave DeBusschere vs. C. Michigan ..... Jan. 30, 1960 Bill Ebben vs. BYU ............................. Dec. 28, 1955 Dave DeBusschere vs. Toledo .............. Jan. 28, 1961 Bill Pleas vs. Chicago State ................. Dec. 11, 1971 Dorie Murrey vs. Minnesota ............... Dec. 20, 1965 Dick Dzik vs. Western Ontario ............. Jan. 11, 1964 Spencer Haywood vs. Windsor ............. Dec. 4, 1968 Dorie Murrey vs. West Texas State ........ Jan. 3, 1966 Dave DeBusschere vs. Assumption ..... Dec. 12, 1961 Spencer Haywood vs. Aquinas ............ Nov. 30, 1968 Dave DeBusschere vs. Syracuse ......... Dec. 29, 1961

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Season Records

FIELD GOALS

3-POINT FIELD GOALS*

FREE THROWS

1. Terry Duerod, 1979 ................. 303 2. Dave DeBusschere, 1960 ......... 288 Spencer Haywood, 1969 .......... 288 4. Archie Tullos, 1988 ................. 286 5. Dave DeBusschere, 1962 ......... 267 6. Bill Ebben, 1957 ...................... 263 7. John Long, 1978 ...................... 258 8. Dave DeBusschere, 1961 ......... 256 9. John Long, 1977 ...................... 245 10. Willie Green, 2003 .................. 244

1. Rashad Phillips, 2001 .............. 136 2. Rashad Phillips, 2000 .............. 102 3. Greg Grays, 2002 ....................... 95 4. Desmond Ferguson, 1999 .......... 83 5. Desmond Ferguson, 2000 .......... 82 6. Jon Goode, 2008 ........................ 79 7. Dwayne Kelley, 1993 ................. 74 Greg Grays, 2001 ....................... 74 9. Rashad Phillips, 1999 ................ 73 10. Desmond Ferguson, 1998 .......... 70 (*No records kept until 1987)

1. Bill Ebben, 1957 ...................... 198 2. Spencer Haywood, 1969 .......... 195 3. Rashad Phillips, 2001 .............. 185 4. Rashad Phillips, 2000 .............. 181 5. Dorie Murrey, 1966 ................. 166 6. Dave DeBusschere, 1962 ......... 162 7. Guy Sparrow, 1954 .................. 157 8. Willie Green, 2003 ................... 153 9. Norm Swanson, 1952 .............. 156 10. Charlie North, 1960 ................. 149

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

3-POINT FG ATTEMPTS*

1. Bill Ebben 1957 ....................... 681 2. Dave DeBusschere, 1960 ......... 665 3. Dave DeBusschere, 1961 ......... 636 4. Dave DeBusschere, 1962 ......... 616 5. Archie Tullos, 1988 ................. 602 6. Terry Duerod, 1979 ................. 577 7. Guy Sparrow, 1955 .................. 566 8. Guy Sparrow, 1954 .................. 547 9. Rashad Phillips, 2001 .............. 535 10. Bill Ebben 1956 ....................... 534

1. Rashad Phillips, 2001 .............. 328 2. Rashad Phillips, 2000 .............. 252 Greg Grays, 2002 ..................... 252 4. Desmond Ferguson, 1999 ........ 214 5. Greg Grays, 2001 ..................... 205 6. Desmond Ferguson, 2000 ........ 204 7. Dwayne Kelley, 1993 ............... 199 8. Rashad Phillips, 1999 .............. 191 9. Jon Goode, 2008 ...................... 177 10. Desmond Ferguson, 1998 ........ 172 (*No records kept until 1987)

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Min. 125 Attempts)

3-POINT PERCENTAGE*

1. Ryvon Covile, 2004 ................ .637 2. Mike Lovelace, 1993 .............. .624 3. Terry Tyler, 1977 .................... .589 4. Brian Alexander, 1998 ............ .584 5. Mike Lovelace, 1992 .............. .582 6. Clarence McNatt, 1983 ........... .581 7. Terry Tyler, 1978 .................... .580 8. Dorie Murrey, 1966 ................ .572 9. Darian McKinney, 1989 ......... .572 10. Brian Humes, 1986 ................. .568 Terrell Riggs, 2000 ................. .568

1. Archie Tullos, 1987 ................ .481 2. Jon Goode, 2008 ..................... .446 3. Derrick Hayes, 1998 ............... .444 4. Canonchet Neves, 1990 .......... .441 5. Shawn Williams, 1991 ............ .424 6. Rashad Phillips, 2001 ............. .415 Jon Goode, 2006 ..................... .415 8. Bill Wood, 1989 ...................... .414 9. Tony Tolbert, 1993 ................. .410 10. Tony Tolbert, 1994 ................. .409 (*No records kept until 1987)

1. Bill Ebben, 1957 ...................... 284 2. Guy Sparrow, 1954 .................. 258 3. Spencer Haywood, 1969 .......... 254 4. Dorie Murrey, 1966 ................. 252 5. Guy Sparrow, 1955 .................. 245 6. Dave DeBusschere, 1962 ......... 242 7. Norm Swanson, 1952 .............. 239 8. Ralph Goldstein, 1955 ............. 222 9. Doug Chappell, 1983 ............... 214 10. Ralph Goldstein, 1954 ............. 212

Brian Humes

98


FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (Min. 50 Attempts)

REBOUNDS**

BLOCKED SHOTS****

1. Rashad Phillips, 2001 ............. .916 2. Archie Tullos, 1988 ................ .908 3. Rashad Phillips, 2000 ............. .870 4. Archie Tullos, 1987 ................ .864 5. Larry Salci, 1967 .................... .854 6. Larry Salci, 1968 .................... .854 7. Greg Grays, 2002 .................... .844 8. Rashad Phillips, 1998 ............. .842 9. Rashad Phillips, 1999 ............. .841 10. Mike Walsh, 1958 ................... .838

1. Dave DeBusschere, 1960 ......... 540 2. Spencer Haywood, 1969 .......... 530 3. Dick Dzik, 1964 ....................... 521 4. Dave DeBusschere, 1961 ......... 514 5. Dave DeBusschere, 1962 ......... 498 6. Guy Sparrow, 1955 .................. 489 7. Dorie Murrey, 1966 ................. 418 8. Dick Dzik, 1963 ....................... 385 9. Don Haase, 1958 ..................... 375 10. Dorie Murrey, 1965 ................. 366 (**No records kept 1951-53)

1. Terry Tyler, 1978 ..................... 172 2. Terry Tyler, 1976 ..................... 107 3. Terry Tyler, 1977 ....................... 86 4. Greg Grant, 1992 ....................... 65 5. Stacy Johnson, 1988 .................. 63 Brian Humes, 1986 .................... 63 7. Keith Jackson, 1979 ................... 61 8. Alan Renner-Thomas, 1994 ....... 56 Brian Alexander, 1998 ............... 56 10. Earl Cureton, 1980..................... 47 (****No records kept until 1976)

TOTAL POINTS

ASSISTS***

STEALS****

1. Rashad Phillips, 2001 .............. 785 2. Spencer Haywood, 1969 .......... 771 3. Archie Tullos, 1988 ................. 752 4. Rashad Phillips, 2000 ............. .735 5. Bill Ebben, 1957 ...................... 724 6. Dave DeBusschere, 1962 ......... 696 7. Dave DeBusschere, 1960 ......... 691 8. Tony Tolbert, 1994 .................. 683 9. Willie Green, 2003................... 678 10. Terry Duerod, 1979 ................. 653

1. Wilbert McCormick, 1978 ....... 220 2. Dennis Boyd, 1977 .................. 219 3. Kevin McAdoo, 1986 .............. 215 4. Wilbert McCormick, 1979 ....... 184 5. Rashad Phillips, 2000 .............. 169 6. Bill Wood, 1989 ....................... 158 7. Kevin McAdoo, 1984 .............. 157 8. Jermaine Jackson, 1998 ........... 149 9. Kevin McAdoo, 1985 .............. 147 10. Rashad Phillips, 2001 .............. 145 (***No records kept 1952-73)

1. Roy Simms, 1983 ..........................80 2. Woody Payne, 2009 ..................... 66 3. Terry Tyler, 1977 ........................... 63 4. Jerry Davis, 1979 ..........................59 James Thues, 2005 ....................... 59 6. Jerry Davis, 1981 ..........................58 Archie Tullos, 1988 ...................... 58 8. John Long, 1976 ........................... 57 9. Bill Wood, 1989 ............................ 55 10. Dennis Boyd, 1957 ....................... 54 Dwayne Kelley, 1992 ....................54 (****No records kept until 1976)

SCORING AVERAGE 1. Spencer Haywod, 1969 ........... 32.1 2. Bill Ebben, 1957 ..................... 27.8 3. Dave DeBusschere, 1962 ........ 26.8 4. Dave DeBusschere, 1960 ........ 25.6 5. Archie Tullos, 1988 ................ 25.1 6. Bill Ebben, 1965 ..................... 23.6 Tony Tolbert, 1994 ................. 23.6 8. Terry Duerod, 1979 ................ 23.3 9. Guy Sparrow, 1955 ................. 23.1 10. Rashad Phillips, 2000 ............. 23.0

FOULS 1. Lou Rainge, 1986 .................... 116 2. Guy Sparrow, 1954 .................. 103 3. Don Haase, 1957 ..................... 102 Mike Harmon, 2001 ................. 102 5. Walter Poff, 1952 ..................... 101 Don Haase, 1958 ..................... 101 Canonchet Neves, 1991 ........... 101 8. Darian McKinney, 1988 .......... 100 9. Clarence McNatt, 1983 .............. 99 Roy Simms, 1983 ....................... 99 Tony Tolbert, 1994 .................... 99

James Thues

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Career Records

FIELD GOALS

3-POINT FIELD GOALS*

FREE THROWS

1. John Long, 1975-78 ................. 940 2. Dave DeBusschere, 1960-62 ... 811 3. Terry Duerod, 1976-79 ............ 790 4. Jerry Davis, 1979-82 ............... 715 Rashad Phillips, 19980-01 ........ 715 6. Terry Tyler, 1975-78 ................ 702 7. Archie Tullos, 1985-88 ............ 691 8. Willie Green, 1999-03 ............. 649 9. Brian Humes, 1984-87 ............. 585 10. Bill Ebben, 1955-57 ................ 583

1. Rashad Phillips, 1998-01 ......... 348 2. Desmond Ferguson, 1998-00 ... 235 3. Dwayne Kelley, 1990-93 ......... 224 4. Jon Goode, 2005-08 ................ 202 5. Greg Grays, 2001-02 ............... 169 6. Michael Jackson, 1992-95 ....... 157 7. Willie Green, 1999-03 ............. 120 8. Tony Tolbert, 1993-94 ............. 115 9. Brandon Cotton, 2005-07 ........ 109 10. Bill Wood, 1987-90 ................. 107 (*No records kept until 1987)

1. Rashad Phillips, 1998-01 ......... 541 2. Norm Swanson, 1950-53 ......... 450 3. Guy Sparrow, 1952-55 ............. 444 4. Bill Ebben, 1955-57 ................ 412 5. Jermaine Jackson, 1996-99 ...... 385 6. Dorie Murrey, 1964-66 ............ 372 7. Ralph Goldstein, 1954-56 ........ 367 8. Dave DeBusschere, 1960-62 ... 363 9. Willie Green, 1999-03 ............. 361 10. Joe Kopicki, 1979-82 .............. 360 FREE THROW ATTEMPTS

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 3-POINT FG ATTEMPTS* 1. John Long, 1975-78 ............... 1942 2. Dave DeBusschere, 1960-62 . 1917 3. Rashad Phillips, 1998-01 ....... 1666 4. Terry Duerod, 1976-79 .......... 1542 5. Guy Sparrow, 1952-55 ........... 1525 6. Jerry Davis, 1979-82 ............. 1504 7. Bill Ebben, 1955-57 .............. 1422 8. Willie Green, 1999-03 ........... 1409 9. Archie Tullos, 1985-88 .......... 1387 10. Dwayne Kelley, 1990-93 ....... 1284 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Min. 400 attempts) 1. Clarence McNatt, 1980-83 ..... .580 2. Ryvon Covile, 2003-07 ........... .573 3. Terry Tyler, 1975-78 ............... .567 4. Spencer Haywood, 1969 ......... .566 5. Dorie Murrey, 1964-66 ........... .559 6. Brian Humes, 1984-87 ............ .536 7. Darian McKinney, 1988-89 .... .534 8. Mike Lovelace, 1990-93 ......... .530 9. Earl Cureton, 1979-80 ............ .521 10. Terrell Riggs, 1999-03 ............ .516

100

1. Rashad Phillips, 1998-01 ......... 879 2. Dwayne Kelley, 1990-92 ......... 594 3. Desmond Ferguson, 1998-00 ... 590 4. Jon Goode, 2005-08 ................ 494 5. Greg Grays, 2001-02 ............... 457 6. Michael Jackson, 1992-95 ....... 428 7. Willie Green, 1999-03 ............. 341 8. Brandon Cotton, 2005-07 ........ 301 9. Tony Tolbert, 1993-94 ............. 281 10. Jermaine Jackson, 1996-99 ...... 280 (*No records kept until 1987) 3-POINT PERCENTAGE* (Min. 50 attempts) 1. Archie Tullos, 1985-88 ........... .433 2. Bill Wood, 1987-90 ................ .415 3. Tony Tolbert, 1993-94 ............ .409 Jon Goode, 2005-08 ............... .409 5. Derrick Hayes, 1997-98 .......... .405 6. Desmond Ferguson, 1998-00 .. .398 7. Rashad Phillips, 1998-00 ........ .396 8. Perry Robinson, 1995-98 ........ .389 9. Canonchet Neves, 1990-91 ..... .380 10. Dwayne Kelley, 1990-93 ........ .377 (*No records kept until 1987)

1. Norm Swanson, 1950-53 ......... 732 2. Guy Sparrow, 1952-55 ............. 730 3. Bill Ebben, 1955-57 ................ 632 4. Rashad Phillips, 1998-01 ......... 618 5. Dave DeBusschere, 1960-62 ... 593 6. Dorie Murrey, 1964-66 ............ 578 7. Ralph Goldstein, 1954-56 ........ 570 8. Jermaine Jackson, 1996-99 ...... 541 9. Doug Chappell, 1981-84 ......... 517 10. Don Haase, 1956-58 ................ 511 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (Min. 150 attempts) 1. Archie Tullos, 1985-88 ........... .881 2. Rashad Phillips, 1998-01 ........ .875 3. Larry Salci, 1966-68 ............... .842 4. Lou Hyatt, 1964-66 ................ .805 5. Kevin McAdoo, 1983-86 ........ .778 6. John Long, 1975-78 ................ .777 7. Derrick Hayes, 1997-98 .......... .774 8. Gerald Smith, 1971-73 ........... .765 9. Turono Anderson, 1975-78 ..... .762 Jerry Davis, 1979-82 .............. .762


TOTAL POINTS

ASSISTS***

STEALS****

1. Rashad Phillips, 1998-01 ....... 2319 2. John Long, 1975-78 ............... 2167 3. Dave DeBusschere, 1960-62 . 1985 4. Willie Green, 1999-03 ........... 1779 5. Archie Tullos, 1985-88 .......... 1731 6. Terry Duerod, 1976-79 .......... 1690 7. Terry Tyler, 1975-78 .............. 1649 8. Guy Sparrow, 1952-55 ........... 1608 Dwayne Kelley, 1990-93 ....... 1608 10. Jerry Davis, 1979-82 ............. 1602

1. Kevin McAdoo, 1983-86 ......... 615 2. Wilbert McCormick, 1977-80 . 611 3. Dennis Boyd, 1987-90 ............. 563 4. Rashad Phillips, 1998-01 ......... 548 5. Jermaine Jackson, 1996-99 ...... 509 6. Bill Wood, 1987-90 ................. 474 7. Michael Jackson, 1992-95 ....... 422 8. Ramsey Nichols, 1990-93 ........ 412 9. Roy Simms, 1980-83 ............... 344 10. Dwayne Kelley, 1990-93 ......... 341 (***No records kept 1951-73)

1. Jerry Davis, 1979-82 ............... 195 2. Rashad Phillips, 1998-01 ......... 190 3. John Long, 1975-78 ................. 154 Terry Tyler, 1975-78 ................ 154 5. Roy Simms, 1980-83 ............... 152 6. Bill Wood, 1987-90 ................. 147 7. Terry Duerod, 1976-79 ............ 144 8. Jermaine Jackson, 1996-99 ...... 142 9. Darius Belin, 1999-2002 ......... 140 10. Kevin McAdoo, 1983-86 ......... 138 (****No records kept until 1976)

BLOCKS****

FOULS

1. Terry Tyler, 1976-78 ................ 359 2. Brian Humes, 1984-87 ............. 154 3. Greg Grant, 1990-94 ................ 131 4. Ryvon Covile, 2003-06 ............ 123 5. Brian Alexander, 1996-98 ........ 114 6. Stacy Johnson, 1988-89 ........... 107 7. Alan-Renner-Thomas, 1993-95 . 88 8. Jerry Davis, 1979-82 ................. 87 9. Earl Cureton, 1979-80 ............... 79 10. Keith Jackson, 1977-79 ............. 77 (****No records kept until 1976)

1. Kevin McAdoo, 1983-86 ......... 359 2. Terrell Riggs, 1999-03 ............. 353 3. Norm Swanson, 1951-53 ......... 326 4. Bill Wood, 1987-90 ................. 305 5. Doug Chappell, 1981-84 ......... 297 6. Terry Tyler, 1975-78 ................ 295 Lou Rainge, 1983-86 ............... 295 8. Guy Sparrow, 1952-55 ............. 294 9. John Long, 1975-78 ................. 287 10. Don Haase, 1956-58 ................ 297

SCORING AVERAGE (Min. 40 games) 1. Dave DeBusschere, 1960-62 .. 24.8 2. Tony Tolbert, 1993-94 ............ 22.1 3. Bill Ebben, 1955-57 ............... 20.5 4. John Long, 1975-78 ................ 19.7 5. Charlie North, 1960-61 ........... 18.9 6. Dorie Murrey, 1964-66 ........... 18.8 7. Brandon Cotton ...................... 18.1 8. Rashad Phillips, 1998-01 ........ 17.8 9. Guy Sparrow, 1952-55 ............ 17.5 10. Keith Gray, 1984-85 ............... 17.3 REBOUNDS** 1. Dave DeBusschere, 1960-62 . 1552 2. Dick Dzik, 1962-64 ............... 1158 3. Terry Tyler, 1975-78 .............. 1151 4. Dorie Murrey, 1964-66 .......... 1140 5. Don Haase, 1956-58 ................ 931 6. Bruce Rodwan, 1966-68 .......... 907 7. Terrell Riggs, 1999-03 ............. 865 8. Guy Sparrow, 1952-55 ............. 829 9. John Long, 1975-78 ................. 815 10. Joe Kopicki, 1979-82 .............. 771 (**No records kept 1951-53)

Kevin McAdoo

101


1,000 Point Club 4. WILLIE GREEN YR G FG-FGA 2000 32 91-218 2001 33 167-352 2002 29 147-341 2003 30 244-498 Totals 114 649-1409

Rashad Phillips 1. RASHAD PHILLIPS YR G FG-FGA PCT. 1998 31 97-228 .425 1999 31 160-390 .410 2000 32 226-513 .441 2001 35 232-535 .434 Totals129 715-1666 .429 2. JOHN LONG YR G FG-FGA 1975 26 200-419 1976 27 230-524 1977 28 245-508 1978 29 265-491 Totals 110 940-1942

AVG 8.4 13.2 13.7 22.6 14.3

5. ARCHIE TULLOS YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS 1985 28 47-83 .566 7-13 .538 101 1986 29 142-268 .530 42-46 .913 326 1987 28 216-434 .498 57-66 .864 552 1988 30 286-602 .475 139-153 .908 752 Totals 114 691-1387 .498 245-278 .881 1731

AVG 3.6 11.2 19.7 25.1 15.2

6. TERRY DUEROD YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS 1976 25 99-234 .423 12-18 .667 210 1977 29 150-296 .507 29-40 .725 329 1978 29 238-435 .547 22-41 .537 498 1979 28 303-577 .525 47-68 .691 653 Totals 111 790-1542 .512 110-167 .659 1690

AVG 8.4 11.3 17.2 23.3 15.2

PCT. PTS .842 311 .841 488 .870 735 .916 785 .875 2319

AVG 10.0 15.7 23.0 22.4 17.8

7. TERRY TYLER YR G FG-FGA 1975 26 98-184 1976 27 197-358 1977 29 212-360 1978 28 195-336 Totals 110 702-1238

PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS .533 24-47 .511 220 .550 70-180 .648 464 .589 81-109 .743 505 .580 70-98 .714 460 .567 245-362 .677 1649

AVG 8.3 17.2 17.4 16.4 15.0

PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS .477 45-58 .776 445 .439 72-95 .758 532 .482 78-102 .765 568 .542 92-114 .807 622 .484 287-369 .777 2167

AVG 17.1 19.7 20.3 21.4 19.7

8. GUY SPARROW YR G FG-FGA 1952 12 19-71 1953 26 138-341 1954 28 196-547 1955 26 229-566 Totals 92 582-1525

PCT. .268 .405 .358 .405 .382

PCT. PTS .478 49 .657 410 .608 549 .580 600 .608 1608

AVG 4.1 15.8 19.6 23.1 17.5

8. DWAYNE KELLEY YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS 1990 28 99-249 .398 35-53 .660 280 1991 28 152-353 .431 99-125 .792 444 1992 29 158-345 .458 90-125 .720 468 1993 27 142-337 .421 58-87 .667 416 Totals 112 551-1284 .429 282-390 .723 1608

AVG 10.0 15.9 16.1 15.4 14.4

FT-FTA 80-95 95-113 181-208 185-202 541-618

3. DAVE DeBUSSCHERE YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA 1960 27 288-665 .433 115-196 1961 27 256-636 .493 86-155 1962 26 267-616 .434 162-242 Totals 80 811-1917 .423363-5933

102

PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS .417 61-75 .813 269 .474 70-97 .722 436 .431 77-115 .670 396 .490 153-190 .805 678 .461 361-477 .757 1779

PCT. PTS .587 691 .555 598 .670 696 .612 1985

AVG 25.6 22.1 26.8 24.8

FT-FTA 11-23 134-204 157-258 142-245 444-730


10. JERRY DAVIS YR G FG-FGA 1979 28 144-303 1980 27 172-353 1981 27 236-474 1982 27 163-375 Totals 109 715-1504

PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS .475 36-48 .750 324 .487 51-61 .836 395 .498 44-61 .721 516 .435 42-57 .737 367 .475 173-227 .762 1602

AVG 11.6 14.6 19.1 13.6 14.8

11. BILL EBBEN YR G FG-FGA 1955 26 87-207 1956 25 233-534 1957 26 263-681 Totals 77 583-1422

PCT. .420 .436 .386 .410

FT-FTA 89-138 125-210 198-284 512-632

PCT. PTS .644 263 .595 591 .697 724 .652 1578

AVG 10.1 23.6 27.8 20.5

12. NORM SWANSON YR G FG-FGA PCT. 1950 26 145-354 .409 1951 21 128-310 .413 1952 26 172-342 .502 1953 14 77-162 .475 Totals 87 522-1168 .447

FT-FTA 97-185 106-172 156-239 91-136 450-732

PCT. PTS .525 387 .616 362 .652 500 .669 245 .615 1494

AVG 14.9 17.2 19.2 17.5 17.2

18. JERMAINE JACKSON YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA 1996 27 83-200 .415 53-82 1997 29 90-218 .413 76-108 1998 31 124-275 .451 110-157 1999 31 128-305 .430 146-194 Totals 118 427-998 .428 385-541

PCT. PTS .646 240 .704 295 .701 374 .759 432 .712 1341

AVG 8.9 10.2 12.1 13.9 11.4

13. BRANDON COTTON YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS 2005 22 154-336 .458 84-120 .700 414 2006 29 183-440 .416 97-127 .764 508 2007 30 206-453 .474 88-130 .677 542 Totals 81 543-121 .448 269-377 714 1464

AVG 18.8 17.5 18.1 18.1

14. DORIE MURREY YR G FG-FGA PCT. 1964 25 169-306 .552 1965 27 173-313 .551 1966 25 195-341 .572 Totals 77 537-960 .559

19. MIKE LOVELACE YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS 1990 28 120-242 .496 29-64 .453 269 1991 28 94-227 .414 58-93 .624 246 1992 29 156-268 .582 86-127 677 398 1993 27 136-218 .624 73-122 .598 345 Totals 112 506-955 .530 246-406 .606 1258

AVG 9.6 8.8 13.7 12.8 11.2

PCT. PTS .583 423 .672 467 .659 556 .644 1446

AVG 16.9 18.7 22.2 18.8

20. TONY TOLBERT YR G FG-FGA PCT. 1993 27 198-447 .443 1994 29 229-468 .489 Totals 56 427-915 .467

PCT. PTS .684 552 .653 683 .665 1235

AVG 20.4 23.6 22.1

15. TERRELL RIGGS YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS 2000 32 130-229 .568 73-126 .579 333 2001 37 148-284 .521 78-148 .527 374 2002 31 140-306 .458 71-132 .538 351 2003 29 153-286 .535 70-120 .583 376 Totals 129 571-1105 .516 292-526 .555 1434

AVG 10.4 10.1 11.3 13.0 11.1

PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS .372 14-18 .778 99 .413 52-67 .776 349 .429 40-45 .889 277 .452 81-103 .786 502 .428 187-233 .804 1227

AVG 3.4 10.9 9.2 19.3 10.5

FT-FTA 85-146 121-180 166-252 372-578

16. JOE KOPICKI YR G FG-FGA 1979 26 37-102 1980 26 102-235 1981 27 200-417 1982 27 186-366 Totals106 525-1120

PCT. .363 .434 .480 .508 .469

PCT. PTS .590 97 .761 274 .778 537 .743 502 .747 1410

AVG 3.7 10.5 19.9 18.6 13.3

17. BRIAN HUMES YR G FG-FGA 1984 28 75-154 1985 28 165-292 1986 29 172-303 1987 24 172-342 Totals109 585-1091

PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS .487 16-33 .485 166 .565 46-77 .597 376 .568 64-87 .736 408 .506 77-106 .726 423 .536 203-303 .670 1373

AVG 5.9 13.4 14.1 17.6 12.6

21. JON GOODE YR G FG-FGA 2005 29 35-94 2006 32 119-288 2007 30 94-219 2008 26 171-378 Totals 117 419-979

FT-FTA 23-39 70-92 137-176 130-175 360-482

FT-FTA 104-152 162-248 266-400

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1,000 Point Club 22. DICK DZIK YR G FG-FGA 1962 27 90-262 1963 26 148-358 1964 25 206-424 Totals 78 444-1044

PCT. PTS .718 246 .707 424 .763 543 .730 1213

AVG 9.1 16.3 21.7 15.6

28. LOU HYATT YR G FG-FGA 1964 22 85-214 1965 28 202-472 1966 25 171-409 Totals 75 428-1099

PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS .390 38-44 .862 208 .428 88-115 .765 492 .418 68-82 .829 410 .417 194-241 .805 1110

AVG 9.5 17.6 16.4 14.8

23. FRANK RUSSELL YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS 1970 25 164-387 .424 59-84 .702 387 1971 26 182-441 .412 46-69 .667 410 1972 24 174-335 .519 43-65 .662 391 Totals 75 520-1163 .447 148-218 .679 1188

AVG 15.5 15.8 16.2 15.8

29. AL CECH YR G FG-FGA 1962 27 141-336 1963 26 139-320 1964 25 170-368 Totals 78 450-1024

PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS .420 80-100 .800 362 .438 55-82 .671 333 .463 54-75 .720 394 .439 189-257 .735 1089

AVG 13.4 12.8 15.8 14.0

24. DOUG CHAPPELL YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS 1981 27 64-143 .448 37-62 .597 165 1982 23 45-98 .459 45-82 .549 135 1983 29 188-407 .462 133-214 .621 509 1984 25 134-271 .494 92-159 .579 360 Totals104 431-919 .469 307-517 .594 1169

AVG 6.1 5.6 17.6 14.4 11.2

30. CARL PICKETT YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS 1994 29 39-101 .386 20-36 .556 105 1995 28 116-265 .438 86-127 .677 348 1996 29 131-311 .421 128-170 .753 414 1997 23 69-184 .375 60-83 .723 208 Totals109 355-861 .412 294-416 .707 1075

AVG 3.6 12.4 14.3 9.0 9.9

25. MICHAEL JACKSON YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS 1992 28 78-179 .436 61-83 .735 244 1993 27 61-142 .430 37-60 .617 175 1994 29 116-290 .400 83-116 .716 367 1995 28 102-258 .395 73-94 .777 339 Totals 112 357-869 .411 254-353 .720 1125

AVG 8.7 6.5 12.7 12.1 10.1

31. RAY ALBEE YR G FG-FGA 1958 25 134-345 1959 25 133-387 1960 27 155-351 Totals 77 422-1083

PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS .388 62-87 .712 330 .344 78-107 .729 344 .441 78-103 .758 388 .390 218-297 .734 1062

AVG 13.2 13.7 14.4 13.8

32. LARRY SALCI YR G FG-FGA 1966 25 124-278 1967 25 166-395 1968 24 141-308 Totals 74 431-981

PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS .446 45-58 .804 293 .420 76-89 .854 408 .458 76-89 .854 358 .439 197-234 .842 1059

AVG 11.7 16.3 14.9 14.3

PCT. .344 .414 .486 .425

26. BRUCE RODWAN YR G FG-FGA PCT. 1966 25 115-226 .509 1967 25 140-327 .428 1968 25 125-262 .478 Totals 75 380-815 .466

FT-FTA 66-92 128-181 131-172 325-445

FT-FTA 96-130 129-182 131-168 356-480

27. DESMOND FERGUSON YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA 1998 31 88-231 .381 30-34 1999 31 128-329 .389 51-67 2000 32 160-371 .431 45-62 Totals 94 376-931 .404 126-163

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PCT. PTS .739 326 .709 409 .779 381 .742 1116

PCT. PTS .882 276 .761 390 .726 447 .773 1113

AVG 13.1 16.4 15.2 14.9

AVG 8.9 12.6 14.0 11.8

33. RALPH GOLDSTEIN YR G FG-FGA PCT. 1954 28 102-291 .350 1955 26 114-288 .396 1956 25 101-286 .353 Totals 79 317-865 .366

FT-FTA 139-212 137-222 91-136 367-570

PCT. PTS .656 343 .612 365 .683 293 .644 1001

AVG 12.2 14.0 11.7 12.7

34. JERRY SWARTZFAGER YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA 1967 25 142-329 .429 140-182 1968 25 138-294 .470 88-123 1969 26 83-220 .378 46-68 Totals 76 363-843 .431 274-373

PCT. PTS .769 424 .715 364 .676 212 .735 1000

AVG 17.0 14.6 8.1 13.2


Titan Tradition Detroit All-Americans 1939 — Bob Calihan 1940 — Bob Calihan 1952 — Norm Swanson 1953 — Norm Swanson 1955 — Guy Sparrow 1956 — Bill Ebben 1957 — Bill Ebben 1960 — Dave DeBusschere 1961 — Dave DeBusschere 1962 — Dave DeBusschere 1966 — Dorie Murrey 1969 — Spencer Haywood 1978 — Terry Tyler 1978 — John Long 1979 — Terry Duerod 2001 — Rashad Phillips 2003 — Willie Green

Spencer Haywood - Dave DeBusschere

Earl Cureton - Joe Kopicki - Terry Tyler - John Long

Titans Drafted By The Pros Player Willie Green Greg Wendt Keith Gray Joe Kopicki Jerry Davis Terry Duerod Earl Cureton Terry Tyler John Long Dennis Boyd Ron Bostick Terry Thomas Owen Wells Frank Russell Bill Pleas Spencer Haywood Dorie Murrey Dave DeBusschere Bill Ebben Guy Sparrow Norm Swanson

Team Round Seattle 2 Boston 6 Washington 7 Atlanta 3 Washington 5 Detroit 5 Philadelphia 3 Detroit 2 Detroit 2 New Orleans 4 Milwaukee 7 Detroit 9 Houston 5 Chicago 3 Atlanta 7 Denver (ABA) 1 Detroit 2 Detroit 1 Detroit 3 New York 3 Rochester 2

Year 2003 1986 1985 1982 1982 1979 1979 1978 1978 1977 1977 1975 1974 1972 1972 1970 1966 1962 1957 1955 1953

105


Year-By-Year Scoring Leaders Year 1907 1910 1911 1912 1913 1917 1918 1919 1914 1915 1916 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944

Player ................................................................. Avg. G. McDace ............................................................. 9.0 G. Schleish ............................................................. 9.4 Walter Hardy ....................................................... 12.2 Walter Hardy ....................................................... 12.5 J. Hanrahan .......................................................... 13.5 Walter Voss .......................................................... 12.9 Earnest Rynearson ............................................... 12.6 H. Dowler .............................................................. 7.8 Bob Fisher ............................................................. 8.7 Paul Harbrecht ....................................................... 8.7 Paul Harbrecht ..................................................... 12.9 F. McElwee ............................................................ 8.9 Walter Voss ............................................................ 8.7 P. D’Arcy ............................................................... 3.5 P. D’Arcy ............................................................... 8.5 Eddie Harrigan ...................................................... 4.6 Eddie Harrigan ...................................................... 7.7 Joe Fasce ............................................................... 8.5 Bill Butcher ........................................................... 7.0 Lloyd Brazil .......................................................... 4.8 Ed Gracey .............................................................. 5.9 Roger Lau .............................................................. 4.3 Ed Skryzcki ........................................................... 8.0 Bill Pegan .............................................................. 6.2 Larry Bleach .......................................................... 6.6 Walter Cavanaugh ................................................. 6.4 Chet Laske ............................................................. 9.6 Chet Laske ............................................................. 8.7 Bob Calihan ........................................................... 9.8 Bob Calihan ......................................................... 13.3 Bob Calihan ......................................................... 13.8 Charles O’Brien ..................................................... 5.4 Arthur Stokley ....................................................... 6.3 Lee Knorek .......................................................... 12.1 Joey Smith ............................................................. 7.6

Year 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953

Player ................................................................. Avg. Tom Molitor .......................................................... 9.9 Gino Sovran .......................................................... 8.9 Sam Fortino ......................................................... 12.5 Brendan McNamara .............................................. 7.3 John Kirwan .......................................................... 9.2 Norm Swanson .................................................... 14.9 Norm Swanson .................................................... 12.5 Norm Swanson .................................................... 19.2 Walter Poff .......................................................... 16.7

Jon Goode

106


Year 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991

Player ................................................................. Avg. Guy Sparrow ....................................................... 19.6 Guy Sparrow ....................................................... 23.1 Bill Ebben ........................................................... 23.6 Bill Ebben ........................................................... 27.8 Mike Walsh.......................................................... 15.8 Ray Albee ............................................................ 13.7 Dave DeBusschere .............................................. 25.6 Dave DeBusschere .............................................. 22.1 Dave DeBusschere .............................................. 26.8 Dick Dzik ............................................................ 16.3 Dick Dzik ............................................................ 21.7 Lou Hyatt ............................................................. 17.6 Dorie Murrey ....................................................... 22.3 Jerry Swartzfager ................................................. 17.0 Ralph Brisker ...................................................... 15.4 Spencer Haywood ............................................... 32.1 Frank Russell ....................................................... 15.5 Frank Russell ....................................................... 15.8 Bill Pleas ............................................................. 16.6 Gerald Smith ....................................................... 14.7 Owen Wells ......................................................... 20.6 John Long ............................................................ 17.1 John Long ............................................................ 19.5 John Long ............................................................ 20.3 John Long ............................................................ 21.4 Terry Duerod ....................................................... 23.3 Earl Cureton ........................................................ 20.0 Joe Kopicki ......................................................... 19.9 Joe Kopicki ......................................................... 18.6 Doug Chappell .................................................... 17.6 Keith Gray ........................................................... 17.0 Keith Gray ........................................................... 17.5 Brian Humes ........................................................ 14.1 Archie Tullos ....................................................... 19.7 Archie Tullos ....................................................... 25.1 Darian McKinney ................................................ 16.1 Shawn Williams ................................................... 12.4 Dwayne Kelley .................................................... 15.9

Year 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Player ................................................................. Avg. Dwayne Kelley .................................................... 16.1 Tony Tolbert ........................................................ 20.4 Tony Tolbert ........................................................ 23.6 Carl Pickett .......................................................... 12.4 Carl Pickett .......................................................... 14.3 Derrick Hayes ...................................................... 15.9 Derrick Hayes ...................................................... 13.7 Rashad Phillips .................................................... 15.7 Rashad Phillips .................................................... 23.0 Rashad Phillips .................................................... 22.4 Greg Grays .......................................................... 17.8 Willie Green ........................................................ 22.6 Elijah Warren ....................................................... 11.6 Brandon Cotton ................................................... 18.8 Brandon Cotton ................................................... 17.5 Brandon Cotton ................................................... 18.1 Jon Goode ........................................................... 19.3 Thomas Kennedy ................................................. 11.6

Thomas Kennedy

107


All-Time Scores

1905-06 (3-1) 18 10 36 6

Collegiate .......................... Delray H.S. ........................ Cleary ................................ Flint Mutes ........................

7 7 9 7

1906-07 (1-3) 36 12 11 5

Cleary ................................ 9 Michigan M.A. ................ 15 Eastern H.S. .................... 31 Central H.S. ..................... 23

1907-08 and 1908-09 Records Unavailable 1909-10 (2-3) 12 17 30 24 24

St. John’s, O. ................... St. John’s, O. ................... Hillsdale .......................... Eastern Michigan ............ Hillsdale ..........................

28 18 28 39 20

1910-11 (6-0) 52 36 37 51 51 70

Eastern Michigan ............ St. John’s, O. ................... Olivet ............................... Ann Arbor Y .................... Ann Arbor Y .................... Loyola ..............................

20 18 20 32 26 16

1911-12 (6-5) 36 43 62 26 19 21 19 13 19 47 40

Adrian .............................. 18 Albion .............................. 17 Eastern Michigan ............ 16 Battle Creek ..................... 27 Canisius ........................... 35 St. John’s, O. ................... 18 Notre Dame ..................... 32 Hillsdale .......................... 24 Notre Dame ..................... 28 Eastern Michigan .............. 8 Hillsdale .......................... 14

1912-13 (13-0) 63 32 55 29 30 58 46 53 44 35 36 24 33

St. Mary’s, O.L. ............... Adrian .............................. Ann Arbor Y .................... Eastern Michigan ............ Ohio Northern ................. Alma ................................ Hillsdale .......................... Colonials ......................... Olivet ............................... Heidelberg ....................... Battle Creek ..................... Central Michigan ............ Alma ................................

18 13 17 27 28 29 27 18 28 33 21 21 21

1913-14 (6-3-1) 51 St. Mary’s, O.L. ............... 30 25 Ann Arbor Y .................... 33

67 28 41 34 31 30 23 34

Adrian Y .......................... Eastern Michigan ............ Eastern Michigan ............ Findlay ............................. Olivet ............................... Findlay ............................. Polish Seminary .............. Battle Creek N .................

14 34 17 29 26 29 23 57

1914-15 (3-5) 35 16 15 23 17 22 27 27

Ann Arbor Y .................... Olivet ............................... Dayton ............................. Adrian .............................. Alma ................................ Central Michigan ............ Detroit Law ..................... Battle Creek N .................

20 32 40 19 29 38 12 33

1915-16 (7-3) 39 21 27 22 34 21 23 33 21 25

Detroit Law ..................... Adrian .............................. St. Ignatius, O. ................. Ohio Northern ................. Adrian .............................. Eastern Michigan ............ St. Ignatius, O. ................. Niagara ............................ St. Mary’s. O.L. ............... Eastern Michigan ............

26 25 16 15 32 20 19 30 35 37

1916-17 (5-4) 28 26 40 33 26 16 16 15 11

Detroit Law ..................... Western Michigan ........... Adrian .............................. Buffalo ............................. Ohio Northern ................. Kalamazoo ....................... Marietta ........................... Buffalo ............................. Niagara ............................

19 21 21 17 23 27 17 41 35

1917-18 (13-5) 18 35 47 44 42 15 59 64 34 17 38 41 61 29 19 23 18 9

Chicago ........................... 27 Michigan State ................ 23 Cass Institute ................... 20 Detroit Law ....................... 9 Western Reserve .............. 15 Indiana ............................. 24 Rose Poly ......................... 21 St. Joseph’s, Ind. ............. 24 Carlisle .............................. 4 Detroit Y .......................... 25 Dayton ............................. 15 Oberlin ............................ 21 Detroit Law ..................... 33 Young Men’s ................... 27 Young Men’s ................... 25 RPI ................................... 20 Detroit Y .......................... 12 Young Men’s ................... 20

1918-19 (4-5) 18 Michigan ......................... 39 9 Jackson ............................ 28

108

22 2 14 24 10 24 42

Detroit Law ....................... 5 U.S. Hospital ................... 23 Adrian .............................. 19 Camp Custer .................... 21 Young Men’s ................... 21 State Troopers .................. 22 Detroit Law ..................... 10

1919-20 (12-7) 40 30 30 22 23 22 30 32 51 31 26 39 19 35 26 12 32 16 18

Canisius ........................... 17 St. Ignatius ....................... 11 Michigan State ................ 29 Buffalo ............................. 28 Canisius ........................... 26 Allegheny ........................ 29 Central Michigan ............. 11 Mount Union ................... 18 Muskingum ..................... 23 Toledo ................................ 3 Dayton ............................. 10 Albion ................................ 8 St. John’s, O. ................... 12 Western Michigan ........... 28 Notre Dame ..................... 29 Hillsdale .......................... 14 Armour Institute .............. 20 Creighton ......................... 24 Western Michigan ........... 23

1920-21 (10-8) 26 17 22 18 27 37 22 29 23 13 31 36 20 31 25 37 19 46

Kalamazoo ......................... 7 Detroit Law ..................... 18 St. John’s, O. ................... 41 Mt. Union ........................ 25 St. Mary’s, O.L. ............... 22 Detroit Law ..................... 12 Valparaiso ........................ 16 Dayton ............................. 17 St. Ignatius, O. ................. 18 Niagara ............................ 27 Hamilton .......................... 26 Colgate ............................ 37 St. John’s O. .................... 22 St. Louis .......................... 25 St. Ignatius, O. ................. 27 Niagara ............................ 23 Kalamazoo ....................... 28 St. Mary’s, O.L. ............... 14

1922-23 (2-13-1) 18 22 16 26 18 20 16 21 14 14 24 18 22 21 23

St. Louis .......................... St. John’s. O. ................... Armour Institute .............. St. John’s, O. ................... Alma ................................ Niagara ............................ Hobart .............................. Vermont ........................... Albany Law ..................... Union ............................... Utica K of C .................... Kalamazoo ....................... Marquette ........................ Western Michigan ........... St. Ignatius, O. .................

20 13 22 25 26 37 19 39 23 21 26 49 38 25 23

27 Eastern Michigan ............ 29

1922-23 (9-7) 28 8 15 29 11 49 31 27 26 37 26 13 25 30 18 18

Middlebury ...................... 18 Kalamazoo ....................... 22 St. Ignatius, O. ................. 24 Victoria ............................ 26 Marquette ........................ 21 St. John’s, O. ................... 13 Loyola .............................. 13 Wayne (Ind.) .................... 18 Armour Institute .............. 24 St. John’s, O. ..................... 9 Huntington ...................... 30 Marquette ........................ 16 Armour Institute .............. 35 St. Viators ........................ 27 Loyola .............................. 16 Huntington ...................... 19

1923-24 (9-8) 18 34 28 14 36 18 25 19 26 21 18 17 20 17 25 26 23

Hope ................................ Eastern Michigan ............ Huntington ...................... John Carroll ..................... Alma ................................ Eastern Michigan ............ Lombard .......................... Western Michigan ........... Mich. City Y ................... Armour Institute .............. Northern Illinois .............. Loyola .............................. Armour Institute .............. Michigan State ................ Central Michigan ............ Loyola .............................. Western Michigan ...........

14 27 20 50 23 30 33 26 32 26 13 23 17 30 23 23 21

1924-25 (6-6-1) 33 29 37 23 17 19 17 15 22 15 19 18 40

Bliss ................................. St. Viators ........................ Central Michigan ............ Dayton ............................. Alma ................................ John Carroll ..................... Western Michigan ........... Hope ................................ Michigan State ................ Armour Institute .............. John Carroll ..................... Loyola .............................. Hope ................................

29 24 27 14 20 28 24 29 23 13 19 22 15

1925-26 (13-6) 51 37 34 14 18 47 16 23 26 29

Bliss ................................. Alma ................................ St. Mary’s, O.L. ............... Notre Dame ..................... St. John’s ......................... Toledo .............................. Michigan State ................ Western Michigan ........... Notre Dame ..................... Michigan State ................

32 14 22 31 28 37 10 28 31 22


20 47 39 32 32 24 29 19 25

Armour Institute .............. Earlham ........................... Carnegie Tech .................. Armour Institute .............. Loyola .............................. Lombard .......................... Adrian .............................. Dayton ............................. John Carroll .....................

27 23 24 23 18 37 23 18 23

1926-27 (8-9) 43 21 13 34 36 30 27 39 19 32 18 25 20 35 23 33 26

Bliss ................................. 25 Notre Dame ..................... 24 Loyola ................................ 8 Adrian .............................. 38 John Carroll ..................... 28 Michigan State ................ 23 Valparaiso ........................ 32 St. Viators ........................ 21 Loyola .............................. 17 DePaul ............................. 29 St. Mary’s ........................ 45 Lombard .......................... 28 Michigan State ................ 27 Alma ................................ 23 Notre Dame ..................... 24 Davis & Elkins ................ 41 Dayton ............................. 28

1927-28 (11-4) 43 23 31 38 38 29 29 46 16 13 20 27 32 21 25

Battle Creek ..................... Michigan State ................ Bliss ................................. St. John’s, O. ................... John Carroll ..................... Armour Institute .............. Adrian .............................. St. Mary’s, O.L. ............... Loyola .............................. Michigan State ................ Lombard .......................... DePaul ............................. Armour Institute .............. Loyola .............................. Dayton .............................

18 28 22 17 24 23 22 15 13 17 21 19 20 26 24

1928-29 (4-11) 18 14 38 13 13 44 19 15 14 6 31 16 24 11 34

Penn State ........................ Notre Dame ..................... St. John’s, O. ................... Marquette ........................ Michigan State ................ Adrian .............................. Loyola .............................. Michigan State ................ Marquette ........................ Loyola .............................. Adrian .............................. Notre Dame ..................... Xavier .............................. Xavier .............................. St. John’s, O. ...................

31 49 18 21 27 35 22 40 19 24 39 18 19 24 16

1929-30 (10-9) 18 26 34 20 20 26 17 10 24 29 18

Assumption ..................... Olivet ............................... St. John’s, O. ................... Michigan State ................ Dayton ............................. Albion .............................. DePaul ............................. Loyola .............................. Marquette ........................ Albion .............................. Michigan State ................

19 17 10 26 28 24 21 12 24 19 21

21 42 40 20 37 28 36 23

Marquette ........................ Adrian .............................. St. John’s, O. ................... Xavier .............................. Adrian .............................. Dayton ............................. Xavier .............................. Bliss .................................

30 32 15 23 30 16 24 26

1930-31 (10-9) 26 46 30 21 13 21 17 20 22 26 29 16 21 27 11 24 17 23 43

Xavier .............................. Dayton ............................. Adrian .............................. Marquette ........................ Olivet ............................... St. John’s, O. ................... DePaul ............................. Loyola .............................. Marquette ........................ Adrian .............................. Assumption ..................... Michigan State ................ Wittenberg ....................... Loyola .............................. Michigan State ................ Dayton ............................. Xavier .............................. St. John’s, O. ................... Assumption .....................

20 24 36 26 12 16 21 25 35 20 27 24 30 19 16 22 22 10 35

1931-32 (8-8) 20 22 23 21 22 13 35 36 23 29 37 30 34 20 26 40

St. John’s, O. ................... Adrian .............................. Olivet ............................... Western Reserve .............. Xavier .............................. Michigan State ................ John Carroll ..................... DePaul ............................. Xavier .............................. Dayton ............................. St. John’s, O. ................... Marquette ........................ Michigan State ................ DePaul ............................. Marquette ........................ Assumption .....................

17 23 26 20 21 22 24 25 37 16 25 31 35 26 37 25

1932-33 (12-5) 37 28 28 31 35 20 11 38 31 27 28 27 35 32 21 19 41 45

St. John’s, O. ................... Assumption ..................... @Illinois .......................... @St. John’s, O. ............... Western Ontario .............. Marquette ........................ Xavier .............................. Armour Institute .............. @Western Ontario ........... Adrian .............................. @Michigan State ............ Michigan State ................ DePaul ............................. Dayton ............................. @Marquette .................... @DePaul ......................... @Loyola .......................... @Assumption ..................

15 27 39 23 16 28 27 33 18 16 30 16 24 22 35 15 25 20

1933-34 (7-8) 24 34 36 40 45 17

St. John’s, O. ................... Assumption ..................... Western Ontario .............. Adrian .............................. @ St. John’s, O. .............. Notre Dame .....................

18 19 19 28 26 36

45 20 22 36 23 25 20 41 28

John Carroll ..................... @Michigan State ............ Michigan State ................ @Western Ontario ........... DePaul ............................. Loyola .............................. @Loyola .......................... @DePaul ......................... @Assumption ..................

34 27 28 22 30 26 25 50 41

1934-35 (4-10) 23 19 28 31 23 32 26 32 37 40 37 37 25 29

Detroit Tech ..................... Loyola .............................. Notre Dame ..................... Assumption ..................... Adrian .............................. DePaul ............................. @Wayne State ................. Western Ontario .............. Dayton ............................. @Western Ontario ........... Wayne State ..................... @Assumption .................. @DePaul ......................... @Loyola ..........................

Western Ontario .............. @Baldwin-Wallace ......... @Akron ........................... Cleveland State ............... @Ohio U. ........................ Loyola .............................. St. Mary’s, O.L. ............... Detroit Tech ..................... Butler ............................... Cleveland State ............... Armour Institute .............. Western Ontario .............. Adrian .............................. DePaul ............................. @Loyola .......................... @DePaul ......................... Notre Dame .....................

12 40 43 25 29 19 23 15 32 22 29 12 32 40 33 41 51

1936-37 (11-5) 58 45 43 39 46 38 54 40 30 45 19 25 39 29 30 18

Adrian ................................ 7 Dayton ............................. 24 Detroit Tech ..................... 19 Eastern Michigan ............ 21 St. Mary’s, O.L. ............... 33 Toledo .............................. 39 Hawaiian All-Stars .......... 39 Armour Institute .............. 31 @Eastern Michigan ........ 16 John Carroll ..................... 28 @DePaul ......................... 34 @Western Michigan ....... 44 @St. Mary’s, O.L. ........... 34 DePaul ............................. 24 @John Carroll ................. 41 Notre Dame ..................... 36

1937-38 (16-4) 56 26 42 33 28 34 34 40 57 61 25

Adrian .............................. Purdue ............................. Assumption ..................... Nebraska .......................... California ........................ Eastern Michigan ............ Kentucky ......................... Eastern Michigan ............ Hawaiian All-Stars .......... Hawaiian All-Stars .......... Butler ...............................

Western Ontario .............. Western Michigan ........... John Carroll ..................... Western Michigan ........... DePaul ............................. Armour Institute .............. John Carroll ..................... DePaul ............................. Notre Dame .....................

23 42 41 32 36 33 35 24 45

1938-39 (15-5) 25 29 41 33 14 54 34 26 31 25 43 51 58 43

1935-36 (12-5) 42 35 44 40 36 20 43 50 38 38 53 50 54 33 32 29 28

27 34 43 41 38 39 47 38 31

25 53 22 32 32 32 26 23 41 42 41

65 27 48 25 27 42 48 33 33 49 60 43 49 42 50 46 40 53 42 43

St. Mary’s, O.L. ............... @Purdue .......................... Assumption ..................... Santa Clara ...................... @Wisconsin .................... Western Ontario .............. Eastern Michigan ............ @Xavier .......................... Butler ............................... @John Carroll ................. Armour Institute .............. @Western Ontario ........... @Eastern Michigan ........ @Western Michigan ....... Western Michigan ........... @Toledo .......................... Xavier .............................. Toledo .............................. Notre Dame ..................... John Carroll .....................

20 39 37 23 34 28 35 48 24 27 35 28 26 38 34 57 37 52 48 28

1939-40 (14-9) 67 19 53 42 48 30 47 47 29 41 37 34 41 39 36 70 29 49 32 41 46 39 40

Assumption ..................... @Purdue .......................... Western Ontario .............. John Carroll ..................... @Loras ............................ @St. Ambrose ................. @Nebraska ...................... @Grinnell ........................ @Northern Iowa .............. Marquette ........................ @DePaul ......................... @Butler ........................... DePaul ............................. @Eastern Michigan ........ Xavier .............................. Toronto ............................ @Marquette .................... Eastern Michigan ............ @Toledo .......................... @Xavier .......................... @Western Ontario ........... Toledo .............................. Notre Dame .....................

40 43 30 34 37 29 46 39 28 43 47 41 44 30 31 34 25 36 38 46 45 48 47

1940-41 (11-10) 44 46 35 68 36 37 48 58 16 29 58 32 30 35 34 34 36

St. Mary’s, O.L. ............... Assumption ..................... Iowa ................................. Centenary ........................ @Scranton ....................... @Villanova ..................... Marquette ........................ Mexico ............................ @Purdue .......................... @Indiana State ................ Hillsdale .......................... @Eastern Michigan ........ Xavier .............................. @Toledo .......................... Toledo .............................. Loyola .............................. @Marquette ....................

20 25 37 34 34 49 45 33 38 30 29 28 37 45 48 36 33

109


All-Time Scores 38 Eastern Michigan ............ 30 31 @Xavier .......................... 34 42 Notre Dame ..................... 56

1941-42 (13-8) 32 60 34 37 33 31 28 36 34 32 28 36 29 23 37 39 39 49 38 29 41

Hillsdale .......................... St. Mary’s, O.L. ............... Illinois .............................. Harvard ............................ Nebraska .......................... @Villanova ..................... @Scranton ....................... Assumption ..................... Marquette ........................ Case Western ................... Michigan State ................ @Hillsdale ....................... Eastern Michigan ............ @Toledo .......................... @Case Western ............... @Michigan State ............ Wayne State ..................... @Eastern Michigan ........ @Marquette .................... @Loyola .......................... Notre Dame .....................

14 28 49 32 29 36 33 24 32 24 32 15 27 45 36 37 21 44 42 32 43

1942-43 (15-5) 50 57 25 34 33 39 43 56 39 45 57 36 30 33 43 30 47 56 42 39

Hillsdale .......................... St. Mary’s, O.L. ............... @Illinois .......................... Harvard ............................ Assumption ..................... Marquette ........................ @Case Western ............... @Hillsdale ....................... @Eastern Michigan ........ Case Western ................... Wayne State ..................... @Eastern Michigan ........ @Marquette .................... @Loyola .......................... @Notre Dame ................. Great Lakes ..................... Royal Can. A.F. ............... Romulus A.A.F. ............... Dearborn N.T.S. .............. Selfridge A.A.F. ...............

24 17 38 19 24 31 29 26 25 29 31 35 38 52 52 34 17 24 35 28

1943-44 (13-7) 42 25 33 36 31 37 42 49 25 32 34

Naval Procurement ............ 8 @Illinois .......................... 56 Assumption ..................... 20 Coast Guard .................... 34 @St. John’s ..................... 44 Detroit Ind. ...................... 21 @Eastern Michigan ........ 32 Romulus A.A.F. ............... 45 @Romulus A.A.F. ........... 43 St. Mary’s, O.L. ............... 35 @Ft. Custer ..................... 28

46

110

Eastern Michigan ........................ 11 44 Western Ontario .............. 22 34 Marquette ........................ 63 51 Ft. Custer ......................... 33 11 @Marquette .................... 45 41 Selfridge A.A.F. ............... 28 47 @Western Ontario ........... 27 56 Ft. Wayne ......................... 29 38 Drake ............................... 41

1944-45 (8-12) 22 40 50 55 31 36 55 29 50 33 46 32 36 32 29 45 38 31 40 43

@CCNY .......................... 728th M.P. ....................... @Eastern Michigan ........ Western Ontario .............. Ft. Custer ......................... Romulus A.A.F. ............... @Ft. Wayne ..................... Wayne State ..................... St. Mary’s, O.L. ............... @Albright ....................... Eastern Michigan ............ @Romulus A.A.F. ........... @Ft. Custer ..................... @Marquette .................... @Michigan State ............ Rhode Isl. (@Buff.) ......... Michigan State ................ @Wayne State ................. @Western Ontario ........... @Notre Dame .................

42 32 34 26 36 40 18 18 38 39 38 45 44 50 53 62 62 34 30 87

1945-46 (15-8) 72 48 34 52 40 43 51 43 38 51 67 71 35 43 54 46 62 50 59 47 39 32 68

Hillsdale .......................... Eastern Michigan ............ @Illinois .......................... Western Ontario .............. Toledo .............................. Wayne State ..................... @Hillsdale ....................... Marquette ........................ @Michigan State ............ John Carroll ..................... @Case Western ............... Ontario Aggies ................ @Marquette .................... @Great Lakes .................. @Eastern Michigan ........ Michigan State ................ Case Western ................... @Toledo .......................... Great Lakes ..................... @Wayne State ................. Notre Dame ..................... @Western Ontario ........... @Ontario Aggies .............

30 36 51 31 34 33 24 36 40 33 46 36 27 66 33 58 44 57 62 24 66 35 30

1946-47 (11-13) 78 51 42 56 57 69

Ft. Custer ......................... @Iowa ............................. @Loras ............................ Kalamazoo ....................... @Lock Haven ................. @Albright .......................

34 67 58 48 32 61

58 48 44 40 44 68 73 53 47 62 48 47 63 66 46 51 47 55

Georgia Tech ................... Marquette ........................ Michigan State ................ Notre Dame ..................... Toledo .............................. @Ft. Custer ..................... @Eastern Michigan ........ Loras ................................ Bradley ............................ Eastern Michigan ............ @Michigan State ............ @Wayne State ................. @Toledo .......................... @Kalamazoo ................... @Marquette .................... @Bradley ........................ Wayne State ..................... @Western Ontario ...........

39 41 52 81 55 44 47 62 83 49 55 49 68 63 71 61 58 53

1947-48 (7-15) 38 54 41 58 39 43 27 37 34 49 31 50 38 30 28 52 44 43 61 40 37 46

Kalamazoo ....................... Western Ontario .............. John Carroll ..................... @Loras ............................ Eastern Michigan ............ Marquette ........................ Wayne .............................. Loyola .............................. Michigan State ................ Quito, Equador ................ @Michigan State ............ @Dayton ......................... @Xavier .......................... Notre Dame ..................... Dayton ............................. @Eastern Michigan ........ @John Carroll ................. Wayne .............................. @Kalamazoo ................... @Marquette .................... @Loyola .......................... @Western Ontario ...........

27 51 60 63 46 71 44 57 52 36 66 54 59 55 32 37 51 35 43 63 67 44

1948-49 (12-10) 61 42 53 55 43 58 43 51 39 49 35 41 42 59 54 63 25 45 47 42 56

Assumption ..................... @Purdue .......................... @Eastern Michigan ........ Kalamazoo ....................... @Seton Hall .................... @Loyola (Md.) ................ @Siena ............................ Mississippi Coll. ............. Marquette ........................ @Michigan State ............ Michigan State ................ John Carroll ..................... @Kalamazoo ................... Hillsdale .......................... @Eastern Michigan ........ Wayne .............................. @Loyola .......................... @Wayne .......................... @Marquette .................... @Loyola .......................... @John Carroll .................

58 51 37 52 55 66 52 26 38 66 34 45 48 44 46 50 59 38 71 72 45

67 @Western Ontario ........... 55

1949-50 (20-6) 73 59 75 61 80 53 41 56 64 53 50 65 67 50 64 61 57 40 54 27 49 60 73 70 58 61

Assumption ..................... Eastern Michigan ............ Kalamazoo ....................... Hillsdale .......................... Western Ontario .............. @Drake ........................... @St. Louis ....................... Wayne .............................. Michigan State ................ @Wichita ........................ @Bradley ........................ @Eastern Michigan ........ Bradley ............................ Tulsa ................................ @Marquette .................... Wichita ............................ Marquette ........................ Oklahoma A&M .............. @Michigan State ............ @Oklahoma A&M .......... @Tulsa ............................ @Wayne .......................... St. Louis .......................... Assumption ..................... @Western Ontario ........... Drake ...............................

40 35 47 48 42 67 56 43 56 52 71 39 54 47 55 47 44 39 57 39 53 45 60 46 34 47

1950-51 (17-14) 89 31 82 62 49 84 84 64 58 52 65 82 62 62 70 60 61 62 58 60 78 60 78 70 93 37 49 50 64 61 62

Kalamazoo ....................... @Michigan State ............ Western Ontario .............. Eastern Michigan ............ @Wayne State ................. Hillsdale .......................... Marquette ........................ @Villanova ..................... @Duquesne ..................... @Westminster ................. Bradley ............................ Drake ............................... @Marquette .................... @St. Louis ....................... @Bradley ........................ Wayne State ..................... @Loyola .......................... Tulsa ................................ @Wichita ........................ @Drake ........................... Wichita ............................ Drake ............................... Wichita ............................ Houston ........................... Houston ........................... @Oklahoma A&M .......... @Tulsa ............................ St. Louis .......................... @Eastern Michigan ........ @Western Ontario ........... Oklahoma A&M ..............

43 45 47 54 51 51 51 67 60 71 69 68 65 58 65 51 76 50 65 64 65 64 60 61 73 62 60 64 60 48 52

1951-52 (14-12) 82 Kalamazoo ....................... 55


47 79 91 46 47 73 71 88 63 47 61 64 59 80 67 45 44 49 72 72 87 38 44 63 61

Eastern Michigan ............ Western Ontario .............. @Assumption .................. @Wayne State ................. Michigan State ................ @Houston ....................... @Houston ....................... John Carroll ..................... @Marquette .................... @Wichita ........................ @Drake ........................... St. Louis .......................... Bradley ............................ Georgetown ..................... Tulsa ................................ @St. Louis ....................... Oklahoma A&M .............. Wayne State ..................... Drake ............................... Marquette ........................ Wichita ............................ @Oklahoma A&M .......... @Tulsa ............................ @Bradley ........................ @Western Ontario ...........

46 44 40 50 52 56 74 69 61 58 68 71 65 74 55 58 42 50 69 66 69 67 62 71 44

1952-53 (12-14) 75 Kalamazoo ....................... 95 Western Ontario .............. 69 Wayne State ..................... 84 Houston ........................... 74 Houston ........................... 57 #Duquesne ....................... 78 #St. Mary’s (Cal.) ............ 98 John Carroll ..................... 63 Drake ............................... 64 Wichita ............................ 84 Bowling Green ................ 50 Oklahoma A&M .............. 88 @St. Louis ....................... 83 Marquette ........................ 58 Oklahoma A&M .............. 74 @Tulsa ............................ 83 Baldwin-Wallace ............. 72 Loyola (La.) ..................... 64 @Wayne State ................. 83 St. Louis .......................... 84 St. Bonaventure ............... 66 @Drake ........................... 65 @Wichita ........................ 58 Tulsa ................................ 74 @Marquette .................... 67 @Western Ontario ........... #Motor City Tournament

61 42 92 72 64 71 81 75 74 62 88 57 92 92 67 75 74 65 57 68 70 76 61 69 80 69

1953-54 (11-17) 98 53 77 45 101 92 62 63 63 66 72 74 75 64 67 61 83 62 66

Kalamazoo ....................... @Bowling Green ............. Buffalo ............................. @Notre Dame ................. Youngstown ..................... Western Ontario .............. @Houston ....................... @Houston ....................... @Loyola (Md.) ................ @St. Bonaventure ........... #Georgetown ................... #Toledo ............................ Wichita ............................ St. Louis .......................... Wayne State ..................... @Wichita ........................ @Drake ........................... @Wayne State ................. @Loyola ..........................

58 78 58 72 65 54 77 71 79 70 66 67 77 70 75 91 65 74 67

68 @Marquette .................... 75 @St. Louis ....................... 65 Oklahoma A&M .............. 52 Tulsa ................................ 66 Drake ............................... 58 @Oklahoma A&M .......... 70 @Tulsa ............................ 80 Marquette ........................ 70 @Western Ontario ........... #Motor City Tournament

74 74 66 59 61 79 89 76 56

1954-55 (15-11) 70 Assumption ..................... 61 84 @Michigan State ............ 78 91 Bowling Green ................ 60 97 Kalamazoo ....................... 50 68 Buffalo ............................. 61 69 Houston ........................... 77 83 Houston ........................... 80 86 Oregon ............................. 74 76 #Toledo ............................ 58 82 #Wayne State ................... 57 92 Loyola .............................. 78 69 @Wayne State ................. 64 62 @Oklahoma A&M .......... 59 62 @Tulsa ............................ 65 91 Drake ............................... 76 75 @Wichita ........................ 80 86 @Drake ........................... 93 69 Oklahoma A&M .............. 75 72 Tulsa ................................ 77 68 St. Louis .......................... 80 81 @Marquette .................. 100 79 @St. Louis ....................... 84 69 @Toledo .......................... 73 77 Wichita ............................ 83 71 @Wayne State ................. 69 83 @Western Ontario ........... 62 #Motor City Tournament

1955-56 (13-12) 77 Notre Dame ..................... 77 Western Ontario .............. 78 Toronto ............................ 76 @Bowling Green ............. 76 @Houston ....................... 84 @Houston ....................... 109 Baldwin-Wallace ............. 91 #Penn State ...................... 77 #BYU .............................. 78 @St. Louis ....................... 106 @Bradley ........................ 80 Tulsa ................................ 81 Drake ............................... 75 St. Louis .......................... 85 Bradley ............................ 89 @Drake ........................... 79 @Wichita ........................ 78 Michigan State ................ 61 Oklahoma A&M .............. 55 @Tulsa ............................ 48 @Oklahoma A&M .......... 72 Marquette ........................ 84 Wichita ............................ 75 @Canisius ....................... 89 @Western Ontario ........... #Motor City Tournament

71 58 50 60 89 86 85 58 99 86 91 72 65 79 93 77 99 85 51 61 74 71 85 96 76

1956-57 (11-15) 75 78 66 89 81

Assumption ..................... Louisville ......................... Bowling Green ................ Western Ontario .............. Toledo ..............................

41 91 67 48 68

74 @Tulsa ............................ 75 66 @Oklahoma A&M .......... 75 75 #Boston U. ...................... 58 94 #Northwestern ................. 84 70 Canisius ........................... 80 75 Drake ............................... 69 64 @Marquette .................... 69 75 St. Louis .......................... 84 76 @Bradley ........................ 89 90 Delaware .......................... 67 91 Houston ........................... 81 65 @Drake ........................... 83 76 @Wichita ........................ 96 92 @St. Louis ..................... 101 72 @Houston ....................... 82 60 Oklahoma A&M .............. 57 87 Tulsa ................................ 69 88 @Notre Dame ................. 99 82 Wichita ............................ 75 95 Bradley .......................... 101 76 @Louisville ..................... 86 #Motor City Tournament

1957-58 (13-12) 82 Assumption ..................... 57 59 Michigan State ................ 71 61 @Canisius ....................... 54 82 Wichita ............................ 89 68 Louisville ......................... 64 79 St. Francis (Pa.) ............... 73 84 Fordham .......................... 79 78 #Columbia ....................... 71 66 #Georgia Tech ................. 70 59 @Dayton ......................... 72 72 @Western Ontario ........... 55 59 St. Bonaventure ............... 81 72 @Bowling Green ............. 73 81 Central Michigan ............ 55 76 Western Ontario .............. 47 83 @Toledo .......................... 81 90 @Assumption .................. 62 74 John Carroll ..................... 62 58 @Louisville ..................... 76 55 @Duquesne ..................... 66 66 @West Virginia ............... 98 69 Seton Hall ........................ 48 96 Notre Dame ................... 102 51 @Loyola .......................... 56 71 @Bradley ........................ 88 #Motor City Tournament

1958-59 (11-14) 77 51 77 58 71 68 101 87 98 68 66 83 62 85 63 77 63 64 87 68 62 73 59

Assumption ..................... @Michigan State ............ Canisius ........................... Xavier .............................. @Assumption .................. Western Ontario .............. Delaware .......................... North Dakota State .......... #Army ............................. #Michigan ....................... Marquette ........................ @Central Michigan ......... @Notre Dame ................. Bowling Green ................ Bradley ............................ @Nebraska ...................... @Marquette .................... @St. Bonaventure ........... Toledo .............................. Loyola .............................. @Boston College ............ @Fordham ....................... @Seton Hall ....................

50 88 75 80 62 51 71 73 87 93 75 69 73 79 77 91 78 85 61 65 76 93 63

58 Duquesne ......................... 69 51 Dayton ............................. 82 #Motor City Tournament

1959-60 (20-7) 106 Assumption ..................... 94 Bradeis ............................ 85 @Iona .............................. 84 Purdue ............................. 95 Xavier .............................. 85 @Indiana ......................... 94 Boston College ................ 87 Buffalo State .................... 94 Creighton ......................... 100 #New Mexico .................. 92 #Western Michigan ......... 63 @Notre Dame ................. 89 @Marquette .................... 79 Western Ontario .............. 68 Notre Dame ..................... 82 Central Michigan ............ 65 Marquette ........................ 61 @Toledo .......................... 84 @Assumption .................. 71 @Xavier .......................... 94 Baldwin-Wallace ............. 97 @Western Ontario ........... 60 @Canisius ....................... 101 Seton Hall ........................ 60 @Dayton ......................... 71 @Bowling Green ............. 86 Villanova (NIT) ............... #Motor City Tournament

50 63 67 63 71 89 81 55 78 64 72 75 85 56 61 62 58 69 51 73 61 56 71 77 75 68 88

1960-61 (18-9) 103 South Dakota State .......... 70 Utah State ........................ 81 Indiana ............................. 64 @Purdue .......................... 71 Nebraska .......................... 80 Gonzaga ........................... 73 @Ohio State .................... 83 #Yale ................................ 77 #Colorado State ............... 94 Baldwin-Wallace ............. 69 @Villanova ..................... 84 @Seton Hall .................... 63 Marquette ........................ 62 @Notre Dame ................. 71 Dayton ............................. 69 Toledo .............................. 81 @Western Michigan ....... 82 @Loyola .......................... 96 @Xavier .......................... 92 Notre Dame ..................... 62 Canisius ........................... 59 Chicago ........................... 90 @Central Michigan ......... 94 @Assumption .................. 97 Bowling Green ................ 69 @Marquette .................... 82 Holy Cross (NIT) ............. #Motor City Tournament

76 68 79 83 62 75 84 67 64 64 81 79 85 66 57 65 68 83 99 71 58 39 33 48 76 85 86

1961-62 (15-12) 89 98 76 66 88 96 84 71 81 97

Western Ontario .............. Christian Bros. ................ Tulsa ................................ @Purdue .......................... Xavier .............................. Assumption ..................... @Indiana ......................... San Francisco .................. Regis ................................ #Syracuse ........................

56 79 53 91 73 45 92 53 58 69

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All-Time Scores

77 #St. Bonaventure ............. 76 Loyola .............................. 59 @Notre Dame ................. 57 Western Michigan ........... 85 Hillsdale .......................... 82 @Xavier .......................... 82 @Michigan ..................... 93 Villanova ......................... 97 @Dayton ......................... 66 Marquette ........................ 105 Notre Dame ..................... 63 @Iona .............................. 74 @Canisius ....................... 55 @Bowling Green ............. 88 Seton Hall ........................ 92 @Marquette .................... 81 Western Ky. (NCAA) ...... #Motor City Tournament

70 90 77 69 70 89 74 89 75 73 87 59 90 89 93 93 90

1962-63 (14-12) 76 Assumption ..................... 62 72 Purdue ............................. 73 97 Christian Bros. ................ 96 93 Xavier .............................. 75 98 Hillsdale .......................... 76 84 Indiana ............................. 92 82 San Jose State .................. 76 66 Ohio State ...................... 101 103 #Georgetown ................... 92 77 #DePaul ........................... 82 76 Marquette ........................ 85 60 @Villanova ..................... 77 71 @Xavier .......................... 87 70 @Notre Dame ............... 105 67 @Western Mich. ............ 110 91 @Assumption .................. 65 78 @St. Bonaventure ........... 73 83 Michigan ......................... 70 86 Western Ontario .............. 70 68 Dayton ............................. 70 61 Iona .................................. 58 92 Buffalo State .................... 70 55 Canisius ........................... 54 79 Notre Dame ..................... 83 63 @Marquette .................... 77 58 Chicago ........................... 50 #Motor City Tournament

1963-64 (14-11) 95 80 107 108 93 92 92 99 83 87 113 115

Windsor ........................... 79 @Purdue .......................... 86 Christian Bros. ................ 74 @Loyola ......................... 113 San Fran. State ................ 79 @Hillsdale ....................... 46 Indiana ............................ 110 #Holy Cross ..................... 83 #Penn State ...................... 88 @Michigan .................... 117 @Xavier ........................ 121 Western Ontario .............. 43

112

114 @Notre Dame ............... 104 92 Catholic U. ...................... 69 71 @Toledo .......................... 73 111 St. Bonaventure ............... 81 70 Villanova ......................... 79 101 @Windsor ....................... 82 100 Notre Dame ..................... 89 84 @Dayton ......................... 90 112 Xavier ............................. 114 97 Marquette ........................ 73 82 @Canisius ....................... 93 104 Bowling Green ................ 88 100 @Marquette .................... 76 #Motor City Tournament

1964-65 (20-8) 81 Purdue ............................. 84 92 Christian Bros. ................ 72 81 John Carroll ..................... 66 86 @Notre Dame ............... 107 113 Western Ontario .............. 58 123 Xavier ............................. 110 89 Indiana ........................... 108 75 Colorado State ................. 73 59 #Valparaiso ...................... 56 73 #Penn State ...................... 75 66 @Minnesota .................... 80 76 Canisius ........................... 69 76 Dayton ............................. 74 79 Marquette ........................ 67 70 @Villanova ..................... 72 108 Xavier .............................. 92 97 Toledo .............................. 66 96 @Western Michigan ....... 87 77 Notre Dame ..................... 74 78 Loyola .............................. 76 119 Windsor ........................... 70 76 Baldwin-Wallace ............. 56 71 @St. Bonaventure ........... 84 75 @Bowling Green ............. 73 90 @Marquette .................... 76 80 Hillsdale .......................... 51 93 LaSalle (NIT) ................... 86 76 NYU (NIT) ...................... 87 #Motor City Tournament

1965-66 (17-8) 83 75 78 87 105 103 88 83 80 68 98 97 91 101 76 95 74 91

Aquinas ........................... @Purdue .......................... @Indiana ......................... Windsor ........................... Xavier .............................. Baldwin-Wallace ............. Minnesota ........................ #Harvard .......................... #William & Mary ............ West Texas State .............. Hillsdale .......................... @Notre Dame ................. @Canisius ....................... Villanova ......................... @Toledo .......................... @Xavier .......................... Marquette ........................ Western Michigan ...........

76 82 75 70 86 80 92 63 65 57 75 84 97 94 74 87 81 79

73 @Iowa ........................... 107 89 St. Bonaventure ............... 84 67 Notre Dame ..................... 76 93 Western Ontario .............. 49 88 John Carroll ..................... 56 78 @Marquette .................... 87 80 Dayton ........................... 109 #Motor City Tournament

1966-67 (10-15) 87 Windsor ........................... 56 91 Aquinas ........................... 75 74 Notre Dame ..................... 73 89 @Xavier ........................ 104 82 @Missouri ....................... 94 95 St. John’s (Minn.) ............ 74 112 West New Mex. ............. 100 94 #Tulane ............................ 98 70 #Western Michigan ......... 80 70 Baldwin-Wallace ............. 80 78 Xavier .............................. 84 76 Dayton ............................. 95 69 @Western Michigan ....... 76 71 Notre Dame ..................... 87 84 West Virginia ................... 97 94 Marquette ........................ 92 56 @Villanova ..................... 75 92 John Carroll ..................... 71 74 @Duquesne ..................... 99 84 Canisius ........................... 64 95 Western Ontario .............. 49 79 Hillsdale .......................... 75 81 Toledo ............................. 110 62 @DePaul ......................... 97 64 @Marquette .................... 71 #Motor City Tournament

1967-68 (13-12) 92 Aquinas ........................... 67 99 Michigan ....................... 104 85 Xavier .............................. 84 86 West Virginia ................... 81 68 Missouri .......................... 74 103 Baldwin-Wallace ............. 94 77 St. John’s (Minn.) ............ 69 80 #Portland ......................... 69 102 #Niagara .......................... 91 99 Indiana ............................. 93 72 Duquesne ......................... 80 63 @Notre Dame ................. 83 74 @Dayton ......................... 86 81 @Xavier .......................... 84 107 Eastern Michigan ............ 78 74 @St. Bonaventure ......... 103 70 Marquette ........................ 80 82 Notre Dame ..................... 79 55 Villanova ......................... 63 95 Hillsdale .......................... 94 82 Western Michigan ........... 94 70 @Marquette .................... 81 107 DePaul ............................ 111 90 John Carroll ..................... 65 90 Canisius ........................... 83 #Motor City Tournament

1968-69 (16-10) 105 Aquinas ........................... 40 106 @Western Michigan ....... 99 103 Windsor ........................... 48 93 Western Ontario .............. 46 74 @Eastern Michigan ........ 72 105 Hillsdale .......................... 50 71 St. Bonaventure ............... 68 80 Eastern Michigan ............ 67 86 #Mississippi State ........... 62 87 #Temple ........................... 76 80 @Minnesota .................... 85 71 @Marquette .................... 85 62 Dayton ............................. 64 77 @Notre Dame ................. 84 98 Xavier .............................. 84 71 @Villanova ..................... 93 92 John Carroll ..................... 52 76 @Duquesne ..................... 66 74 Marquette ........................ 75 72 Notre Dame ..................... 79 92 @Toledo .......................... 90 67 @Xavier ........................ 104 83 Baldwin-Wallace ............. 79 96 @La Salle ........................ 98 72 @Boston College ............ 99 107 Canisius ........................... 88 #Motor City Tournament

1969-70 (7-18) 72 @Michigan ..................... 66 Eastern Michigan ............ 82 Western Michigan ........... 64 @Canisius ....................... 68 @St. Bonaventure ........... 56 @Illinois .......................... 70 @Loyola .......................... 86 #Pittsburgh ...................... 64 #Minnesota ...................... 61 @Marquette .................... 78 @Villanova ..................... 50 Duquesne ......................... 86 Loyola (La.) ..................... 80 Loyola .............................. 78 @Xavier .......................... 68 @Dayton ......................... 80 Boston College ................ 67 Xavier .............................. 59 @Fordham ....................... 81 La Salle ............................ 64 Toledo .............................. 93 Notre Dame ..................... 77 @Eastern Michigan ........ 60 Marquette ........................ 98 Hillsdale .......................... #Motor City Tournament

85 73 71 75 97 82 79 60 65 81 87 81 66 85 73 89 67 70 66 77 69 95 98 80 68

1970-71 (14-12) 108 79 67 73 69 77 79

Hillsdale .......................... Chicago State .................. @Villanova ..................... @Michigan ..................... #Providence ..................... #San Francisco ................ Spring Hill .......................

61 35 95 74 84 58 56


87 ##Delaware ..................... 74 ##Arizona State ............... 61 Marquette ........................ 75 St. Bonaventure ............... 70 Loyola .............................. 79 @Notre Dame ................. 78 @Xavier .......................... 77 Dayton ............................. 85 Cleveland State ............... 78 @Toledo .......................... 64 Canisius ........................... 80 Xavier .............................. 91 King’s College ................. 67 @Marquette .................... 76 St. John’s (Minn.) ............ 80 @Boston College ............ 70 St. Francis (Pa.) ............... 92 Bowling Green ................ 73 @Duquesne ..................... #Tennessee Classic ##Motor City Tournament

75 87 70 73 63 93 76 88 70 86 65 71 66 81 69 76 80 85 93

1971-72 (18-6) 73 Hillsdale .......................... 64 Villanova ......................... 79 Wisconsin State ............... 72 Chicago State .................. 76 San Fran. State ................ 76 @Toledo .......................... 87 @Ohio U. ........................ 56 #Valparaiso ...................... 86 #Bowling Green .............. 100 Cleveland State ............... 80 St. John’s (Minn.) ............ 101 St. Francis (Pa.) ............... 66 @Marquette .................... 70 @Xavier .......................... 77 Toledo .............................. 76 Boston College ................ 67 @St. Bonaventure ........... 102 NE Illinois ....................... 69 Xavier .............................. 78 @Dayton ......................... 63 @St. Peter’s ..................... 70 Marquette ........................ 79 Duquesne ......................... 85 @Western Michigan ....... #Motor City Tournament

43 83 59 58 51 77 77 57 78 54 66 82 68 66 73 68 66 54 56 70 77 49 71 98

1972-73 (16-9) 74 81 79 65 72 41 84 75 68 58 77 79 57 62 67 81 63 57 83 83 55 69 60 70

Hillsdale .......................... Wisconsin ........................ Illinois .............................. Michigan ......................... San Fran. State ................ Villanova ......................... #Denver ........................... #Massachusetts ............... @Loyola .......................... @Louisville ..................... St. Peter’s ........................ @Xavier .......................... Western Michigan ........... @Southern Ill. ................. @Bowling Green ............. St. John’s (Minn.) ............ @Fairfield ....................... St. Bonaventure ............... Xavier .............................. Bellarmine ....................... @Marquette .................... Loyola .............................. Southern Illinois .............. @St. Fran. (Pa.) ...............

46 49 77 74 42 54 72 59 77 76 64 73 55 60 65 52 67 58 81 69 77 48 57 84

70 @Duquesne ..................... 73 #Motor City Tournament

1973-74 (17-9) 96 Hillsdale .......................... 63 83 @Cleveland State ............ 79 81 St. John’s (Minn.) ............ 77 70 Michigan ......................... 59 60 @Illinois .......................... 64 101 Oakland ........................... 75 73 Michigan State ................ 71 96 #Montana State ............... 85 73 #Fairfield ......................... 65 95 Canisius ........................... 83 80 Duquesne ......................... 72 54 @Minnesota .................... 52 89 @Western Mich. ........... 105 67 @Villanova ..................... 80 79 Dayton ............................. 72 70 Va. Commonwealth ......... 77 65 St. Francis (Pa.) ............... 64 61 @St. Bonaventure ........... 64 95 St. Peter’s ........................ 82 82 Southern Illinois .............. 78 79 Xavier .............................. 78 53 Marquette ........................ 61 67 @Xavier .......................... 80 86 Loyola .............................. 75 52 @Southern Ill. ................. 95 74 Louisville ......................... 89 #Motor City Tournament

1974-75 (17-9) 66 UW Parkside ................... 116 Hillsdale .......................... 76 @Dayton ......................... 69 Central Michigan ............ 82 Bowling Green ................ 81 Ill. Wesleyan .................... 69 Michigan State ................ 60 #Eastern Michigan .......... 65 #Western Michigan ......... 64 @Canisius ....................... 78 Seton Hall ........................ 87 Wayne State ..................... 105 Oakland ........................... 84 @Xavier .......................... 59 @St. Fran. (Pa.) ............... 86 St. Bonaventure ............... 101 Grand Valley .................... 66 @Loyola .......................... 62 @Southern Ill. ................. 111 Iona .................................. 62 @Marquette .................... 82 Bradley ............................ 70 Xavier .............................. 65 Southern Illinois .............. 65 @Va. Com’wealth ........... 60 @Duquesne ..................... #Motor City Tournament

59 85 90 72 69 73 72 62 80 56 71 65 48 87 64 82 74 55 95 75 81 75 59 62 58 45

1975-76 (19-8) 119 77 113 67 71 94 85 74 74 85 83 76 79

Kalamazoo ....................... 68 @Central Michigan ......... 82 Oakland ........................... 83 @Bradley ........................ 71 Western Michigan ........... 81 Xavier .............................. 64 Michigan State ................ 82 #Wyoming ....................... 66 #DePaul ........................... 67 Loyola .............................. 79 @St. Bonaventure ........... 81 @Arizona ...................... 106 UW Parkside ................... 63

73 @Seton Hall .................... 85 @Iona .............................. 86 Dayton ............................. 103 Wayne State ..................... 106 St. Peter’s ........................ 76 North Carolina ................ 66 Marquette ........................ 83 Buffalo ............................. 104 Cleveland State ............... 80 @Xavier .......................... 89 Grand Valley .................... 109 St. Francis (N.Y.) ............. 83 Duquesne ......................... 89 @Loyola .......................... #Motor City Tournament

77 81 70 67 89 91 68 81 72 82 50 65 67 85

1976-77 (25-4) 80 Eastern Michigan ............ 62 80 Minnesota ...................... 104 113 Oakland ........................... 45 78 @Cleveland State ............ 66 133 Iowa Wesleyan ................. 79 99 @Michigan State ............ 94 70 Arizona ............................ 68 79 #Centenary ...................... 74 81 #Kent State ...................... 79 103 @Buffalo ......................... 74 115 LIU .................................. 77 92 Iona .................................. 67 65 @Dayton ......................... 63 70 @St. Peter’s ..................... 68 85 @St. Fran. (N.Y.) ............ 81 110 Canisius ........................... 72 107 Akron ............................... 58 87 @Eastern Michigan ........ 82 85 @Xavier .......................... 76 78 St. Bonaventure ............... 62 123 Wayne State ..................... 77 86 Western Michigan ........... 64 64 @Marquette .................... 63 88 @Duquesne ..................... 95 122 Marshall .......................... 86 91 Xavier .............................. 66 71 @Loyola .......................... 79 93 Middle Tenn. (NCAA) .... 76 81 Michigan (NCAA) .......... 86 #Motor City Tournament

1977-78 (25-4) 76 112 69 111 94 103 74 77 109 89 122 99 84 87 84 87 98 84 80 82 113 132 124 121 82 89

@Toledo .......................... 64 Adrian .............................. 69 St. Louis .......................... 61 Northern Michigan .......... 66 @St. Bonaventure ........... 92 Ball State ......................... 70 Michigan State .............. 103 #Harvard .......................... 69 #Eastern Michigan .......... 71 @Marshall ....................... 84 Buffalo ............................. 81 Oakland ........................... 58 @Iona .............................. 79 Dayton ............................. 73 @Bowling Green ............. 79 St. Peter’s ........................ 77 Duquesne ......................... 80 Wayne State ..................... 51 Xavier .............................. 74 @Georgetown ................. 83 @Western Michigan ....... 91 CCNY .............................. 91 Canisius ........................... 89 St. Francis (Pa.) ............... 89 @Xavier .......................... 77 Loyola .............................. 69

77 Marquette ........................ 80 94 Va. C’wealth (NIT) .......... 86 77 @N.C. State (NIT) .......... 84 #Motor City Tournament

1978-79 (22-6) 67 Toledo .............................. 64 64 Northern Michigan .......... 62 76 @North Carolina ............. 93 75 @Oregon ......................... 74 101 Wayne State ..................... 66 81 @Ball State ..................... 82 92 Marshall .......................... 61 76 @Iona .............................. 72 79 Central Michigan ............ 72 108 #New Hampshire ............. 70 67 #Rhode Island ................. 76 84 @LIU ............................... 63 83 Loyola .............................. 74 92 Illinois State .................... 81 92 Western Michigan ........... 77 81 @East Carolina ............... 69 70 Xavier .............................. 74 80 @Eastern Michigan ........ 75 91 Georgetown ..................... 71 64 @Marquette .................... 63 135 CCNY .............................. 77 106 St. Bonaventure ............. 101 86 Colgate ............................ 66 84 @Duquesne ..................... 93 72 @Loyola .......................... 69 88 Xavier .............................. 69 87 Lamar (NCAA) ............... 95 #Motor City Tournament

1979-80 (14-13) 70 @Central Michigan ......... 72 79 Nevada-Reno ................... 69 71 Oregon ............................. 59 54 Iowa ................................. 80 72 Michigan ......................... 85 72 @North Carolina ............. 85 57 Michigan State ................ 63 89 New Orleans .................... 74 64 #Dartmouth ..................... 42 60 #Eastern Michigan .......... 66 67 Duquesne ......................... 72 101 Marshall .......................... 77 62 @Illinois State ................. 64 92 Canisius ........................... 78 83 @Syracuse ....................... 89 95 @Xavier .......................... 79 68 Eastern Michigan ............ 63 69 East Carolina ................... 65 86 @St. Bonaventure ........... 88 102 Xavier .............................. 96 97 @Loyola ........................ 105 72 @St. Fran. (Pa.) ............... 71 83 @Georgetown ................. 88 100 Oral Roberts .................... 85 72 Rhode Island ................... 67 76 Marquette ........................ 80 81 Wayne State ..................... 59 #Motor City Tournament

1980-81 (9-18) 70 85 55 79 68 87 72 79 69

#Central Mich. ................ 93 #Western Mich. ............... 82 @Iowa ............................. 98 Syracuse .......................... 93 @Toledo .......................... 87 John Carroll ..................... 60 ##East Carolina ............... 63 ##Duke ........................... 111 @New Orleans ................ 80

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All-Time Scores

67 Lafayette .......................... 68 Michigan ......................... 80 Loyola .............................. 59 @Oral Roberts ................ 79 @Oklahoma City ............ 58 @Northern Mich. ............ 65 Xavier .............................. 66 Evansville ........................ 75 LIU .................................. 73 Dayton ............................. 71 St. Bonaventure ............... 58 @DePaul ......................... 42 @Marquette .................... 75 Middle Tenn. St. .............. 83 @Butler ........................... 70 @Duquesne ..................... 62 Illinois State .................... 80 @Loyola (MCC) ............. #Spartan Cutlass Classic ##Iron Duke Classic

61 85 82 69 92 65 69 68 74 70 63 69 65 60 72 72 66 86

1981-82 (10-17) 59 #Fordham ........................ 72 #Xavier ............................ 62 Michigan State ................ 73 @LIU ............................... 61 @St. Louis ....................... 81 Toledo .............................. 55 @Michigan ..................... 70 Wichita State ................... 65 Duquesne ......................... 62 @Mid. Tenn. St. .............. 79 @Nevada-Reno ............... 53 Oklahoma City ................ 91 Oral Roberts .................... 73 @Xavier .......................... 61 @Butler ........................... 69 Evansville ........................ 62 @Dayton ......................... 81 @Loyola .......................... 64 @Oral Roberts ................ 57 @Oklahoma City ............ 82 Xavier .............................. 70 DePaul ............................. 81 Butler ............................... 69 @Evansville .................... 61 Marquette ........................ 74 Loyola .............................. 61 Okla. City (MCC) ........... #Joe Lapchick Tournament

@Wichita State ............... @Kentucky ..................... Michigan ......................... @Michigan State ............ Grand Valley State ........... Cleveland State ............... @Toledo .......................... Florida A&M ................... Youngstown State ............

114

@Oral Roberts ................ @Oklahoma City ............ Xavier .............................. St. Louis .......................... Butler ............................... @Evansville .................... @DePaul ......................... Loyola .............................. Canisius ........................... Oklahoma City ................ Oral Roberts .................... Dayton ............................. @Xavier .......................... @St. Louis ....................... @Butler ........................... Evansville ........................ Wayne State ..................... @Loyola .......................... Oral Roberts (MCC) ....... Xavier (MCC) .................

72 59 70 65 64 67 78 74 58 40 57 58 69 65 71 83 42 98 77 90

1983-84 (8-20) 60 68 65 72 72 85 51 79 61 64 82 58 72 64 68 86 68 86 81 55 78 74 67 65 78 80 69

1982-83 (12-17) 61 46 63 72 66 65 69 87 73

62 70 56 66 63 68 53 69 55 55 59 54 61 71 63 81 60 83 78 70

70 74 65 67 81 72 63 58 56 48 56 58 74 95 61 61 76 97 74 52 53 82 68 59 75 63 47 84

Grand Valley State ........... 65 N.C A&T ......................... 66 @Memphis State ............. 90 Northern Michigan .......... 71 @Iona .............................. 91 Wayne State ..................... 68 @Michigan ..................... 84 @Duquesne ..................... 60 @Cleveland State ............ 63 Toledo .............................. 46 Minnesota ........................ 60 Xavier .............................. 78 Butler ............................... 60 @Loyola .......................... 98 @St. Louis ....................... 57 @Evansville .................... 72 Oral Roberts .................... 80 Oklahoma City ................ 76 @Dayton ......................... 82 @Xavier .......................... 54 @Butler ........................... 73 Loyola .............................. 87 St. Louis .......................... 63 Evansville ........................ 61 @Oral Roberts .............. 104 @Oklahoma City ............ 81 DePaul ............................. 66 Loyola (MCC) ................. 88

1984-85 (16-12) 73 83 65 75 52 63 77 66 72

66 64 81 89 65 73 85 77 63 81 63 67 82

@Michigan ..................... @Kansas ......................... Wayne State ..................... Central Michigan ............ Toledo .............................. @Illinois State ................. Eastern Michigan ............ @Minnesota .................... #Syracuse ........................ #Bowling Green .............. @Xavier .......................... @Butler ........................... Iona ..................................

80 86 66 67 55 76 80 67 77 77 68 70 87

79 Loyola .............................. 85 61 St. Louis .......................... 49 74 Evansville ........................ 65 69 @Oral Roberts ................ 65 77 @Oklahoma City ............ 74 87 Xavier .............................. 83 58 Butler ............................... 53 100 @Loyola ........................ 127 68 Dayton ............................. 67 61 @St. Louis ....................... 62 89 @Evansville .................... 75 70 Oral Roberts .................... 80 82 Oklahoma City ................ 65 71 Memphis State ................ 66 69 Xavier (MCC) ................. 77 #Rochester Classic

1985-86 (14-15) 77 Oakland ........................... 67 @Central Michigan ......... 71 @Colorado ...................... 70 Toledo .............................. 71 @Minnesota .................... 63 @Eastern Michigan ........ 77 Wayne State ..................... 68 Northern Michigan .......... 59 @Purdue .......................... 64 #Eastern Michigan .......... 64 #Houston ......................... 50 @Dayton ......................... 77 Iowa State ........................ 51 Kansas ............................. 76 @Xavier .......................... 75 @Butler ........................... 77 Loyola .............................. 52 St. Louis .......................... 83 Evansville ........................ 62 @Oral Roberts ................ 51 Akron ............................... 80 Xavier .............................. 72 Butler ............................... 56 @Loyola .......................... 57 Oral Roberts .................... 62 @St. Louis ....................... 74 @Evansville .................... 70 Evansville (MCC) ........... 49 St. Louis (MCC) .............. #Blade Classic

62 64 84 74 83 59 58 48 79 74 75 67 67 60 72 73 74 54 73 57 53 71 48 77 68 64 80 52 59

1986-87 (7-21) 66 72 73 71 82 65 68 55 73 59 62 50 66 63 73

@Iowa State .................... @N.C. A&T .................... @Toledo .......................... Wayne State ..................... St. Mary’s, O.L. ............... Purdue ............................. Minnesota ........................ @Nebraska ...................... Eastern Michigan ............ @Bradley ........................ Colorado .......................... Xavier .............................. Butler ............................... Dayton ............................. @Loyola ..........................

91 88 79 66 45 89 76 71 63 79 61 72 76 84 84

69 52 45 67 74 64 58 77 75 52 68 72 75

@Dayton ......................... 74 @St. Louis ....................... 70 @Evansville .................... 66 Oral Roberts .................... 64 @Akron ........................... 82 Youngstown State ............ 63 @Xavier .......................... 80 @Butler ........................... 88 Loyola ............................ 103 @Oral Roberts ................ 62 St. Louis .......................... 73 Evansville ........................ 66 Loyola (MCC) ................. 80

1987-88 (7-23) 63 @Michigan State ............ 65 70 N.C. A&T ........................ 82 49 Toledo .............................. 58 58 Nebraska .......................... 63 66 @Eastern Michigan ........ 79 61 UW Green Bay ................ 72 83 @Duquesne ..................... 99 59 @Bowling Green ............. 63 55 #Eastern Kentucky .......... 67 65 #Columbia ....................... 80 63 @Youngstown St. ............ 67 68 Grand Valley State ........... 77 50 @Butler ........................... 52 84 @Xavier ........................ 105 94 John Carroll ..................... 87 72 @Loyola .......................... 76 93 Evansville ........................ 91 65 St. Louis .......................... 59 83 Dayton ............................. 79 68 Central Michigan ............ 70 81 Butler ............................... 89 97 Xavier ............................. 114 84 Oakland ........................... 80 107 Bradley .......................... 122 90 @Evansville .................. 108 63 @St. Louis ....................... 84 93 Loyola ............................ 104 69 St. Louis (MCC) .............. 66 75 Evansville (MCC) ........... 74 96 Xavier (MCC) ............... 122 #Wyoming Cowboy Shootout

1988-89 (7-21) 64 56 59 76 73 91 76 69 62 50 54 80 64 68 73 89 72

Rice ................................. @Central Michigan ......... Canisius ........................... Eastern Michigan ............ @Toledo .......................... Michigan State ................ Duquesne ......................... @Minnesota .................... @UW Green Bay ............ #Utah State ...................... #St. Bonaventure ............. @Chicago State ............... @Loyola .......................... Bowling Green ................ Dayton ............................. Xavier .............................. @Florida Int’l. .................

53 76 69 82 87 96 96 93 84 80 86 95 66 62 74 80 75


63 @Evansville .................... 80 50 @St. Louis ....................... 80 88 Butler ............................... 80 57 @Dayton ......................... 64 91 Youngstown State ............ 67 73 @Butler ........................... 76 64 @Xavier .......................... 86 71 Evansville ........................ 85 74 St. Louis .......................... 72 115 Loyola ............................ 101 54 Dayton (MCC) ................ 77 #Hoosier Classic

1989-90 (10-18) 75 Central Michigan ............ 66 108 @Duquesne ..................... 97 65 @Eastern Michigan ........ 69 81 Chicago State .................. 70 61 Minnesota ........................ 89 65 @Michigan State ............ 94 80 #Dartmouth ..................... 67 64 #New Mexico .................. 91 69 @Canisius ....................... 82 77 @Rice .............................. 75 97 Florida Int’l. .................... 74 54 Evansville ........................ 66 66 St. Louis .......................... 68 94 Youngstown State ............ 77 70 Marquette ........................ 84 85 @Butler ........................... 77 82 DePaul ............................. 87 83 @Xavier .......................... 88 80 @Dayton ....................... 100 54 @Loyola .......................... 72 78 @Evansville .................... 77 61 @St. Louis ....................... 63 69 Butler ............................... 71 62 Xavier .............................. 74 82 Dayton ............................. 88 69 @Marquette .................... 70 69 Loyola .............................. 67 72 Dayton (MCC) ................ 90 #Lobo Invitational

1990-91 (9-19) 68 Duquesne ......................... 68 @Central Michigan ......... 76 Toledo .............................. 61 Michigan State ................ 85 Eastern Michigan ............ 81 @Northern Iowa .............. 66 @Xavier .......................... 88 @Florida Int’l. ................. 73 #Brown ............................ 53 #Florida Tech .................. 60 @Evansville .................... 62 Butler ............................... 62 Northern Iowa ................. 56 @Butler ........................... 67 Xavier .............................. 77 Dayton ............................. 54 @Marquette .................... 94 @Dayton ......................... 74 @DePaul ......................... 81 Evansville ........................ 74 St. Louis .......................... 76 NE Illinois ....................... 79 @Valparaiso .................... 82 @St. Louis ....................... 79 @Loyola .......................... 68 Marquette ........................ 63 Loyola .............................. 59 Xavier (MCC) ................. #Florida Today Classic

70 75 78 83 81 79 91 75 70 56 64 76 53 71 69 82 75 75 81 83 72 52 68 89 81 74 73 66

1991-92 (12-17) 81 Chicago State .................. 82 82 Valparaiso ........................ 65 74 Bowling Green ................ 71 74 Michigan ....................... 100 87 Florida Int’l. .................... 69 100 Georgia State ................... 86 75 @Michigan State ............ 91 66 @Minnesota .................... 68 55 #Akron ............................ 54 83 #Hawaii ........................... 81 81 @Eastern Michigan ........ 89 82 Butler ............................... 91 80 @Xavier .......................... 84 81 DePaul ............................. 92 65 Evansville ........................ 86 74 @Georgia State ............... 85 93 Xavier .............................. 88 91 Youngstown State ............ 64 71 @Dayton ......................... 83 72 @Notre Dame ................. 70 84 @Butler ........................... 95 73 @Toledo .......................... 62 89 Loyola .............................. 93 95 Buffalo ............................. 55 70 @Loyola .......................... 74 92 @Buffalo ......................... 48 62 @Evansville .................... 74 67 Dayton ............................. 79 70 Butler (MCC) .................. 87 #Hawaii Pre-Holiday Tourn.

1992-93 (15-12) 95 Wayne State ..................... 85 73 Toledo .............................. 52 77 @Michigan ..................... 92 77 Oakland ........................... 50 79 Western Illinois ................ 76 88 @Bowling Green ............. 79 86 @Wisconsin .................. 108 82 #Richmond ...................... 70 84 #Arizona State ............... 100 96 @Chicago State ............... 78 83 Notre Dame ..................... 59 97 Xavier .............................. 90 73 @La Salle ........................ 80 73 @Duquesne ..................... 75 96 @Loyola .......................... 75 88 Dayton ............................. 70 85 @Butler ........................... 82 58 @Evansville .................... 82 79 @DePaul ......................... 90 65 Loyola .............................. 56 72 La Salle ............................ 73 73 Duquesne ......................... 70 70 @Dayton ......................... 81 74 @Xavier .......................... 93 65 Evansville ........................ 66 71 Butler ............................... 65 57 Duquesne (MCC) ............ 59 #ASU/Tribune Classic

1993-94 (16-13) 76 69 63 79 60 61 63 65 83 72 61 77

Wayne State ..................... Buffalo ............................. #UW-Green Bay .............. #Tex. Southern ................ @Michigan ..................... Bowling Green ................ @Michigan State ............ California (Pa.) ................ Fla. Atlantic ..................... ##Drake ........................... ##Albany State ................ @St. Louis .......................

82 72 74 73 78 56 74 62 73 73 54 91

59 Ferris State ...................... 58 @Loyola .......................... 80 Evansville ........................ 74 Butler ............................... 68 @Xavier .......................... 66 La Salle ............................ 63 @Butler ........................... 86 @Evansville .................... 66 @Western Illinois ............ 96 DePaul ............................. 67 @La Salle ........................ 86 Xavier .............................. 72 Loyola .............................. 62 Dayton ............................. 87 La Salle (MCC) ............... 79 Xavier (MCC) ................. 70 Evansville (MCC) ........... #First Bank Classic ##Capital City Classic

58 74 68 61 75 65 73 91 63 80 80 82 64 93 70 75 65

1994-95 (13-15) 77 64 56 76 53 70 63 77 83 71 63 70 60 75 91 88 69 64 65 75 80 68 82 53 76 47 59 69

Wayne State ..................... @Long Beach St. ............ @Central Michigan ......... @Michigan ..................... @Bowling Green ............. Walsh ............................... Michigan State ................ @Western Mich. ............. @Florida State ................ Wright State .................... Xavier .............................. Cleveland State ............... St. Louis .......................... La Salle ............................ UIC .................................. @Butler ........................... @UW-Milwaukee ........... @Wright State ................. @Xavier .......................... Dayton ............................. @Cleveland State ............ Northern Ill. ..................... La Salle ............................ UW-Green Bay ................ @Loyola .......................... @DePaul ......................... Butler (MCC) .................. Wright State (MCC) ........

62 71 57 87 71 68 80 79 84 78 72 56 71 73 85 85 59 79 72 57 66 60 67 55 68 78 53 76

1995-96 (18-11) 52 67 48 57 63 65 86 76 77 71 60 78 76 69 47 57 89 62 103 69 90 44 63 61

Long Beach State ............ Bowling Green ................ Michigan ......................... Central Michigan ............ @Michigan State ............ Western Michigan ........... Wayne State ..................... @Iona .............................. #Pennsylvania ................. #Arizona State ................. @Northern Ill. ................. @Loyola .......................... UW-Milwaukee ............... @UW-Green Bay ............ @Cleveland State ............ Wright State .................... @UIC .............................. @Butler ........................... Cleveland State ............... @UW-Milwaukee ........... UIC .................................. UW-Green Bay ................ @Wright State ................. Butler ...............................

45 64 68 54 61 50 69 79 65 66 80 63 59 71 48 59 78 70 74 65 71 46 70 69

62 Loyola .............................. 77 Northern Illinois .............. 67 Wright State (MCC) ........ 56 UWGB (MCC) ................ 63 Northern Ill. (MCC) ........ #ASU/Tribune Classic

48 75 61 50 84

1996-97 (16-13) 94 Wayne State ..................... 77 @Bowling Green ............. 68 #Hawaii ........................... 63 #Austin Peay ................... 59 @Michigan ..................... 86 Michigan State ................ 78 @Central Michigan ......... 66 Iona .................................. 44 @Western Michigan ....... 84 ##Santa Clara .................. 56 ##San Jose State .............. 73 Wright State .................... 55 @Memphis ...................... 46 @UW-Milwaukee ........... 44 @UW-Green Bay ............ 69 Loyola .............................. 53 UIC .................................. 56 Butler ............................... 80 @Cleveland State ............ 54 @Northern Illinois .......... 65 @Wright State ................. 55 @Butler ........................... 67 UW-Milwaukee ............... 64 @UIC .............................. 77 @Loyola .......................... 72 UW-Green Bay ................ 68 Cleveland State ............... 81 Northern Illinois .............. 63 Cleveland St. (MCC) ...... #United Airlines Tip-Off Tourn. ##Cable Car Classic

46 85 80 49 75 84 90 48 60 77 63 62 64 47 46 62 66 54 72 63 63 68 52 53 64 36 60 43 67

1997-98 (25-6) 66 @Cincinnati (NIT) .......... 95 Wayne State ..................... 53 Michigan ......................... 73 Bowling Green ................ 77 Western Michigan ........... 68 @Michigan State ............ 77 Central Michigan ............ 74 @Georgia State ............... 74 #Grambling ..................... 67 #Iowa State ...................... 90 @Texas Southern ............ 79 @Bethune-Cookman ....... 83 UW-Milwaukee ............... 58 UW-Green Bay ................ 83 @UIC .............................. 80 Wright State .................... 78 Butler ............................... 76 @Loyola .......................... 84 Cleveland State ............... 83 @UW-Milwaukee ........... 67 @UW-Green Bay ............ 94 Loyola .............................. 76 UIC .................................. 54 @Butler ........................... 68 @Wright State ................. 110 Oakland ........................... 57 @Cleveland State ............ 74 UW-Milw. (MCC) ........... 68 UW-Green Bay (MCC) ... 66 St. John’s (NCAA) .......... 65 Purdue (NCAA) .............. #ISU Holiday Classic

76 55 54 52 59 65 53 64 52 56 75 65 56 41 88 75 67 71 70 68 64 65 58 51 60 61 60 60 68 64 80

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1998-99 (25-6)

84 Bethune-Cookman .......... 55 @ Michigan .................... 72 @ Bowling Green ............ 72 Texas Southern ................ 63 @ Western Michigan ...... 49 #Gonzaga ......................... 60 #@ Iowa .......................... 60 Central Michigan ............ 68 Wayne State ..................... 46 @ UMass ......................... 67 ##Grambling ................... 47 ##@ UTEP ...................... 71 @ UW-Milwaukee .......... 43 @ UW-Green Bay ........... 58 Loyola .............................. 70 UIC .................................. 46 Butler ............................... 68 @ Wright State ................ 73 @ Cleveland State ........... 78 UW-Milwaukee ............... 67 UW-Green Bay ................ 69 @ Loyola ......................... 69 @ UIC ............................. 64 Wright State .................... 62 @ Butler .......................... 78 @ Cleveland State ........... 55 @ UIC (MCC) ................. 80 Cleveland State (MCC) ... 72 Butler (MCC) .................. 56 UCLA (NCAA) ............... 44 Ohio State (NCAA) ......... #Hawkeye Invitational ##Sun Carnival

50 62 70 51 51 48 61 51 63 59 56 44 54 37 39 42 59 56 58 53 54 72 50 46 52 66 51 65 65 53 75

1999-00 (20-12) 80 62 79 72 68 83 63 51 64 92 75 80 65 58 82 75 75 63 71 59 47 85 73

Western Michigan ........... @Michigan ..................... Georgia State ................... Miss. Valley State ............ @Murray State ................ @Central Mich. ............... Massachusetts ................. #Pepperdine ..................... #Miami (FL) .................... #P.R.-Mayaguez .............. Chicago State .................. @Eastern Mich. .............. Eastern Ky. ...................... @UIC .............................. @Loyola .......................... Wright State .................... Butler ............................... at George Mason ............. Cleveland State ............... @UW-Milwaukee ........... @UW-Green Bay ............ Loyola .............................. UIC ..................................

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66 66 65 50 77 80 59 73 68 41 64 82 51 70 55 65 65 61 68 64 71 67 55

62 61 80 69 60 88 64 80 43 #San

@Butler ........................... @Wright State ................. Siena Heights .................. at Cleveland State ............ UW-Green Bay ................ UW-Milwaukee ............... Wright State (MCC) ........ UIC (MCC) ..................... Butler (MCC) .................. Juan Shootout

68 64 71 81 56 48 59 72 62

2000-01 (25-12) 98 Wayne State ..................... 87 @Chicago State ............... 73 Eastern Michigan ............ 69 @Marshall ....................... 72 @Toledo .......................... 91 Murray State .................... 77 Oakland ........................... 72 #Auburn .......................... 54 @Youngstown St. ............ 64 Central Michigan ............ 67 @Western Mich. ............. 68 ##Iowa ............................. 63 ##George Wash. .............. 72 ##Texas A&M ................. 81 Loyola .............................. 78 @Wright State ................. 59 @Butler ........................... 67 @Cleveland State ............ 54 UW-Milwaukee ............... 91 UW-Green Bay ................ 67 George Mason ................. 54 @Loyola .......................... 64 @UIC .............................. 68 Butler ............................... 80 Wright State .................... 75 UIC .................................. 75 Cleveland State ............... 58 @UW-Green Bay ............ 69 @UW-Milwaukee ........... 66 UW-Green Bay (MCC) ... 91 Cleveland St. (MCC) ...... 38 Butler (MCC) .................. 68 @Bradley (NIT) .............. 67 @UConn (NIT) ............... 59 @Dayton (NIT) ............... 63 Alabama (NIT) ................ 71 Memphis (NIT) ............... #Hardwood Classic ##Rainbow Classic

73 65 63 77 78 64 56 75 53 60 56 69 50 81 61 65 74 69 51 74 54 66 62 63 67 62 63 46 80 58 81 53 49 61 42 74 86

2001-02 (18-13) 70 98 73 67 95 67 54 63 77 60 59 47

@ Michigan State (NIT) . Alabama A&M ................ Wyoming ......................... Western Michigan ........... @ Eastern Michigan ....... @ Oakland ...................... @ Maryland .................... Toledo .............................. @ Central Mich. ............. @ Bowling Green ............ #UC Santa Barbara ......... #UMBC ...........................

80 75 57 62 69 93 79 40 68 77 86 50

61 @UIC .............................. 49 @Loyola .......................... 63 Butler ............................... 75 Wright State .................... 66 @Youngstown St. ............ 53 Cleveland State ............... 52 @UW-Green Bay ............ 48 @UW-Milwaukee ........... 74 UIC .................................. 48 @Butler ........................... 69 @Wright State ................. 61 UW-Green Bay ................ 55 Loyola .............................. 72 at Cleveland St. ............... 63 Youngstown State ............ 94 UW-Milwaukee ............... 67 Cleveland St. (HL) .......... 68 UIC (HL) ......................... 69 @Dayton (NIT) ............... #Cable Car Classic

62 55 54 74 51 50 40 66 67 61 64 65 53 62 52 61 63 79 80

2002-03 (18-12) 75 66 55 70 72 79 62 79 60

Bowling Green ................ Buffalo ............................. @Western Michigan ....... Hillsdale .......................... @Toledo .......................... at Western Illinois ............ #UL-Lafayette ................. #Grambling ..................... @Wyoming .....................

61 65 71 50 80 60 68 52 74

72 UW-Milwaukee ............... 87 UW-Green Bay ................ 64 @Wright State ................. 68 @Butler ........................... 72 Loyola .............................. 74 UIC .................................. 57 @Youngstown State ........ 70 @Cleveland State ............ 80 @UIC .............................. 86 Western Kentucky ........... 50 @UW-Milwaukee ........... 71 @UW-Green Bay ............ 68 Wright State .................... 63 Butler ............................... 64 @Loyola .......................... 75 @UC Santa Barbara ........ 86 Youngstown State ............ 72 Cleveland State ............... 78 Wright State (HL) ............ 98 Loyola (HL) ..................... 55 Butler (HL) ...................... #Golden Bear Classic

73 72 67 76 54 77 49 51 73 65 61 62 63 66 76 59 52 55 61 84 58

2003-04 (18-13) 56 64 76 42 72 64 52

@ Duke ........................... Western Michigan ........... Oakland ........................... @Wisconsin .................... Toledo .............................. Chicago State .................. @Bowling Green .............

67 43 60 68 68 53 56


77 98 48 56 74 61 70 69 75 68 52 77 64 77 74 54 69 70 61 56 62 60 50

@Canisius ....................... Western Illinois ................ Kent State ........................ @UIC .............................. @UW-Milwaukee ........... Wright State .................... UIC .................................. @Butler ........................... @Cleveland State ............ @UW-Milwaukee ........... @UW-Green Bay ............ @Loyola .......................... Youngstown State ............ Cleveland State ............... @Wright State ................. Butler ............................... Loyola .............................. @Ball State ..................... UW-Green Bay ................ @ Youngstown State ....... Cleveland State (HL) ....... Loyola (HL) ..................... UW-Milwaukee (HL) ......

74 61 68 48 82 67 67 70 53 85 53 80 43 55 60 48 62 49 52 46 36 55 58

2004-05 (14-16) 76 56 44 48 53 68 44 62 88 47 67 76 57 72 70 57 48 54 73 55 62 71 50 67 65 68 62 61 61 58

SW Missouri State .......... @Purdue .......................... Ball State ......................... @Western Michigan ....... Bowling Green ................ at Northeastern ................ at Cincinnati .................... Gannon ............................ Eastern Michigan ............ @Chicago State ............... UIC .................................. @UW-Milwaukee ........... @Wright State ................. Butler ............................... @Loyola .......................... @UIC .............................. UW-Milwaukee ............... UW-Green Bay ................ Loyola .............................. @Youngstown State ........ @Cleveland State ............ Wright State .................... @Butler ........................... Cleveland State ............... Ohio ................................. @UW-Green Bay ............ Youngstown State ............ Wright State (HL) ............ UW-Green Bay (HL) ....... @UW-Milwaukee (HL) ..

65 66 59 64 59 73 61 49 83 62 57 68 63 59 53 63 61 60 59 59 69 49 65 52 66 56 47 48 55 59

53 52 71 76 63 42 84 57 70 65 65 57

@Cleveland State ............ 59 @Butler ........................... 64 UW-Milwaukee ............... 72 UIC .................................. 65 @Loyola .......................... 68 @UW-Green Bay ............ 45 Cleveland State ............... 73 @UIC .............................. 63 Wright State .................... 66 @Youngstown State ........ 54 Toledo .............................. 63 @UW-Milwaukee ........... 76 73 ............................... Butler

71 92 Cleveland State (HL) ....... 58 55 Loyola (HL) ..................... 64 #Las Vegas Holiday Invitational

2006-07 (11-19) 57 45 48 67 73 72 49 55 72 63 60 43 60 64 66 61 64 66 91

vs. Maine ......................... at Marquette .................... at Kent State .................... at Western Michigan ....... TAMU-Corp. Christi ....... Eastern Michigan ............ at Wright State ................. at Xavier .......................... Canisius ........................... at Toledo .......................... Northeastern .................... at Kansas ......................... at UW-Green Bay ............ at UW-Milwaukee ........... Youngstown State ............ at Cleveland State ............ Loyola .............................. at UIC .............................. UW-Milwaukee ...............

50 87 61 69 82 52 50 88 75 73 51 63 42 65 51 63 70 54 84

58 78 76 59 61 67 70 92 60 36 80 #CBE

Butler ............................... at Chicago State .............. UW-Green Bay ................ Wright State .................... at Loyola .......................... UIC .................................. at Youngstown State ........ at Buffalo ......................... Cleveland State ............... at Butler ........................... at Youngstown St. (HL) ... Classic

68 68 72 66 71 75 82 84 48 56 82

2007-08 (7-23) 61 58 59 77 67 72 66 46 68 55 39 64 52 53 64 66 65 65 57 72 64 48 56 68

Kent State ........................ at Saint Louis .................. Western Michigan ........... Chicago State .................. Rochester Coll ................. at Eastern Michigan ........ Central Michigan ............ Butler ............................... Valparaiso ........................ at Texas A&M-Cor. Chr. . at Texas A&M ................. DePaul ............................. at Green Bay .................... at Milwaukee ................... Cleveland State ............... Youngstown State ............ at Loyola .......................... at UIC .............................. Wright State .................... Milwaukee ....................... Green Bay ........................ at Youngstown State ........ at Cleveland State ............ UIC ..................................

60 66 60 66 51 68 70 53 81 70 79 70 78 55 74 70 71 75 66 61 66 55 60 60

56 58 65 56 31 37

Loyola .............................. at Wright State ................. Bowling Green ................ at Valparaiso .................... at Butler ........................... at Wright State (HL) ........

53 59 81 59 65 60

2008-09 (7-23) 50 58 62 62 62 62 46 38 58 51 67 78 44 41 50 51 61 66 68 49 68 61 56 53 48 41 75 62 63 43

at Purdue ......................... at Western Michigan ....... Eastern Michigan ............ at DePaul ......................... Saint Louis ...................... at Milwaukee ................... at Green Bay .................... at Bowling Green ............ Aquinas ........................... at Illinois .......................... at Central Michigan ........ Youngstown State ............ Cleveland State ............... at Valparaiso .................... at Butler ........................... Wright State .................... UIC .................................. Loyola .............................. at Chicago State .............. at Cleveland State ............ at Youngstown State ........ Butler ............................... Valparaiso ........................ at UIC .............................. at Wright State ................. at Loyola .......................... at Tennessee State ........... Green Bay ........................ Milwaukee ....................... at Cleveland State (HL) ...

82 71 47 71 57 71 57 58 48 82 55 80 53 64 54 60 65 72 67 66 64 66 55 64 61 67 78 78 68 56

2005-06 (16-16) 80 61 56 56 60 64 77 58 71 69 68 55 48 33 60 73 68

Rochester ......................... #@Drake ......................... #@Oklahoma State ......... #Shawnee State ............... #Buffalo ........................... @Eastern Michigan ........ Western Michigan ........... @Wright State ................. @Missouri State .............. Canisius ........................... Chicago State .................. @Ohio ............................. @Louisville ..................... @South Carolina ............. UW-Green Bay ................ Loyola .............................. Youngstown State ............

61 69 90 51 66 60 74 69 85 68 65 56 56 65 57 67 63

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All-Time Series OPPONENT Adrian Akron Alabama A&M Alabama Albany State Albion Albright Allegheny Alma Aquinas Arizona State Arizona Army Auburn Austin Peay Baldwin-Wallace Ball State Bellarmine Bethune-Cookman Boston College Boston U. Bowling Green Bradley Brandeis Brigham Young Brown Buffalo State Buffalo Butler California (Pa.) California Canisius Carnegie Mellon Case Western Res. Catholic U. Centenary Central Michigan Chicago State Chicago Christian Bros. Cincinnati CCNY Cleveland State Colgate

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1ST LAST W-LGAME GAME 18-6 1912 1978 3-2 1936 1992 1-0 2002 — 0-1 2001 — 1-0 1994 — 4-0 1912 1930 1-1 1945 1947 0-1 1920 — 5-3 1913 1927 5-0 1966 2009 1-2 1971 1996 1-1 1976 1977 1-0 1959 — 0-1 2001 — 1-0 1997 — 8-1 1936 1969 2-2 1978 2005 1-0 1973 — 2-0 1998 1999 4-2 1959 1972 1-0 1957 — 21-13 1953 2009 5-15 1947 2001 1-0 1960 — 0-1 1956 — 1-0 1991 — 2-0 1960 1963 10-4 1917 2007 27-39 1963 2009 1-0 1994 — 0-1 1938 — 16-14 1912 2007 1-0 1926 — 8-0 1918 1946 1-0 1964 — 2-0 1941 1977 19-11 1913 2009 11-3 1971 2009 2-1 1918 1963 4-0 1962 1965 0-2 1998 2005 2-1 1945 1979 32-14 1936 2009 1-1 1921 1979

1ST LAST OPPONENT W-LGAME GAME Colorado State 2-0 1961 1965 Colorado 1-1 1986 1987 Columbia 1-1 1958 1988 Connecticut 1-0 2001 — Creighton 1-1 1920 1970 Dartmouth 1-0 1980 — Dayton 29-33 1915 2002 Davis & Elkins 0-1 1927 — Delaware 3-0 1957 1971 Denver 1-0 1973 — DePaul 10-26 1927 2009 Detroit Tech 2-1 1934 1937 Drake 9-10 1944 2006 Duke 0-2 1981 2004 Duquesne 9-19 1951 1993 East Carolina 3-0 1979 1981 Eastern Kentucky 1-1 1988 2000 Eastern Michigan 56-15 1910 2009 Earlham 1-0 1926 — Evansville 12-18 1981 1994 Fairfield 1-1 1973 1974 Ferris State 1-0 1994 — Findlay 2-0 1914 1914 Florida A&M 1-0 1983 — Florida Atlantic 1-0 1994 — Florida International 3-1 1989 1992 Florida State 0-1 1995 — Florida Tech 0-1 1991 — Fordham 1-3 1958 1982 Gannon 1-0 2005 — Georgetown 4-2 1952 1980 George Mason 2-0 2000 2001 George Washington 1-0 2001 — Georgia State 3-1 1992 2000 Georgia Tech 1-1 1947 1958 Gonzaga 2-0 1961 1999 Grambling 3-0 1998 2003 Grand Valley St. 4-1 1975 1988 Grinnell 1-0 1940 — Harvard 4-0 1942 1978 Hawaii 1-1 1992 1997 Heidelberg 1-0 1913 — Hillsdale 30-2 1910 2003 Hobart 0-1 1922 — Holy Cross 1-1 1962 1964 Hope 2-1 1924 1925 Houston 7-8 1951 1986 Huntington 1-2 1923 1924

1ST LAST OPPONENT W-LGAME GAMEIllinois-Chicago21-11 1995 2009 Illinois State 1-3 1979 1985 Illinois Wesleyan 1-0 1975 — llinois 1-8 1933 2009 Indiana State Indiana Iona Iowa State Iowa Wesleyan Iowa John Carroll Kalamazoo Kansas Kentucky Kent State Kings College Lafayette La Salle Lock Haven St. Long Beach State Long Island U. Loras Louisiana-Lafayette Louisville Loyola Chicago Loyola (La.) Loyola (Md.) Marietta Maine Marquette Marshall Maryland Massachusetts Memphis Miami (Fla.) Michigan State Michigan Middlebury Middle Tenn. St. Minnesota Miss. College Miss. State Miss. Valley State Missouri State Missouri Montana State Mount Union

0-1 3-6 9-3 2-1 1-0 0-7 24-6 12-5 0-3 1-1 2-2 1-0 1-0 6-4 1-0 1-1 4-0 1-3 0-1 1-6 47-64 2-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 27-61 4-1 0-1 2-1 1-3 0-1 16-45 4-22 1-0 2-1 2-11 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 0-2 1-0 1-1

1941 1918 1960 1986 1977 1941 1924 1917 1985 1938 1977 1971 1980 1965 1947 1995 1977 1940 2003 1957 1923 1953 1949 1917 2007 1922 1977 2002 1973 1984 2000 1918 1919 1923 1977 1965 1949 1969 2000 2005 1967 1974 1920

— 1968 1997 1998 — 2001 1988 1976 2007 1983 2008 — — 1995 — 1996 1982 1948 — 2006 2008 1970 — — — 2007 2001 — 2000 2001 — 2002 2000 — 1982 1992 — — — 2006 1968 — 1921


1ST LAST OPPONENT W-LGAME GAME Murray State 1-1 2000 2001 Muskingum 1-0 1920 — Niagara 3-3 1916 1968 New Mexico 1-1 1960 1990 Nebraska 4-3 1938 1988 New Orleans 1-1 1980 1981 New York U. 0-1 1965 — New Hampshire 1-0 1979 — NC A&T 1-2 1984 1988 NC State 0-1 1978 — North Carolina 0-3 1976 1980 North Dakota St. 1-0 1959 — NE Illinois 2-0 1972 1991 Northeastern 1-1 2005 2007 Northern Illinois 4-3 1924 1997 Northern Iowa 3-0 1940 1991 Northern Michigan 3-2 1978 1986 Northwestern 1-0 1957 — Notre Dame 12-40 1912 1993 Oakland 11-1 1974 2004 Oberlin 1-0 1918 — Ohio Northern 3-0 1913 1917 Ohio State 0-3 1961 1999 Ohio U. 2-1 1936 2006 Oklahoma City 6-4 1981 1985 Oklahoma State 6-11 1950 2006 Oral Roberts 7-8 1980 1987 Oregon 3-0 1955 1980 Penn State 1-3 1929 1965 Pennsylvania 1-0 1996 — Pepperdine 0-1 2000 — Pittsburgh 1-0 1970 — Portland 1-0 1968 — Providence 0-1 1971 — Puerto Rico-Mayaguez 1-0 2000 — Purdue 1-16 1938 2009 Regis 1-0 1962 — Rhode Island 2-2 1945 1980 Rice 2-0 1989 1990 Richmond 1-0 1993 — Rochester 2-0 2006 2008 Rose-Hulman 1-0 1918 — RPI 1-0 1918 — St. Ambrose 1-0 1940 — St. Bonaventure 14-10 1953 1989 St. Francis (N.Y.) 2-0 1976 1977 St. Francis (Pa.) 5-3 1958 1980 St. John’s (Minn.) 6-0 1967 1974

1ST LAST 1ST OPPONENT W-LGAME GAME OPPONENT St. John’s (N.Y.) 1-1 1944 1998 UC Santa-Barbara St. Joseph’s (Ind.) 1-0 1918 — UMBC St. Louis 15-29 1921 2008 St. Mary’s (Cal.) 0-1 1953 — Utah State St. Mary’s (Mich.) 15-3 1913 1987 Valparaiso St. Peter’s 5-1 1972 1978 Vermont San Fran. State 3-0 1964 1973 Villanova San Francisco 2-0 1962 1971 Va. Commonwealth San Jose State 1-1 1963 1997 Walsh Santa Clara 2-0 1939 1997 Wayne State Scranton 2-1 1941 1947 Westminster Seton Hall 4-4 1949 1976 West Texas State Shawnee State 1-0 2006 — West Virginia Siena 0-1 1949 — Western Illinois Siena Heights 1-0 2000 — Western Kentucky South Carolina 0-1 2006 — Western Mich. South Dakota St. 1-0 1961 — Western New Mex. Southern Illinois 4-2 1973 1975 Wichita State Spring Hill 1-0 1971 — William & Mary Syracuse 1-3 1962 1985 Wis.-Green Bay Temple 1-0 1969 — Wis.-Milwaukee Tennessee State 1-0 2009 — Wis.-Parkside Texas A&M-Cor. Chr. 0-2 2007 2008 Wis.-Whitewater Texas A&M 0-2 2001 2008 Wisconsin Texas-El Paso 1-0 1999 — Wittenberg Texas Southern 3-0 1994 1999 Wright State Toledo 23-27 1920 2007 Wyoming Tulane 0-1 1967 — Xavier Tulsa 6-11 1950 1962 Yale UCLA 1-0 1999 — Youngstown State

LAST W-LGAME GAME 1-1 2002 2003 0-1 2002 — 1-1 5-5 0-1 2-16 2-1 1-0 33-13 0-1 1-0 1-2 4-0 1-1 24-15 1-0 7-12 1-0 19-17 15-17 2-0 2-0 0-3 0-1 18-17 2-1 43-51 1-0 18-7

1961 1920 1922 1941 1974 1995 1935 1951 1966 1958 1993 1962 1917 1967 1950 1966 1988 1995 1975 1972 1939 1931 1995 1976 1929 1961 1954

1989 2009 — 1977 1978 — 2001 — — 1968 2004 2003 2009 — 1982 — 2009 2009 1976 1973 2004 — 2009 2003 2007 — 2009

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The Titans Year-By-Year COACH: C.B. LUNDY (2 years, 4-4, .500) Season 1905-06 1906-07

W 3 1

L 1 3

Pct. .750 .250

Leading Scorer unavailable G. McDace

COACH: JOHN BARRETT (2 years, 15-14, .517) Avg. 9.0

Season 1923-24 1924-25

W 9 6

L 8 6

Pct. .529 .500

Leading Scorer Eddie Harrigan Eddie Harrigan

COACH: ROYAL CAMPBELL (7 years, 49-22, .690)

COACH: GUS DORAIS (4 years, 36-30, .545)

Season 1909-10 1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19

Season 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29

W 2 6 6 13 5 13 4

L Pct. 3 .400 0 1.000 5 .545 0 1.000 4 .556 5 .722 5 .444

Leading Scorer G. Schleish Walter Hardy Walter Hardy J. Hanrahan Walter Voss Earnest Rynearson H. Dowler

Avg. 9.4 12.2 12.5 13.5 12.9 12.6 7.8

Season 1913-14 1914-15 1915-16

W 6 3 7

L 3 5 3

Pct. .667 .375 .700

Leading Scorer Bob Fisher Paul Harbrecht Paul Harbrecht

Avg. 8.7 8.7 12.9

COACH: JAMES BROWN (3 years, 24-28, .462) Season 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22

W 12 10 2

L 7 8 13

Pct. .632 .556 .133

Leading Scorer F. McElwee Walter Voss P. D’Arcy

Avg. 8.9 8.7 3.5

COACH: PAUL HARBRECHT (1 year, 9-7, .563) Season 1922-23

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W 9

L 7

Pct. .563

Leading Scorer P. D’Arcy

Avg. 8.5

L 6 9 4 11

Pct. .684 .471 .733 .267

Leading Scorer Joe Fasce unavailable Bill Butcher Lloyd Brazil

Avg. 8.5 7.0 4.8

COACH: LOUIS CONROY (1 year, 10-9, .526) Season 1929-30

COACH: WALTER HARDY (3 years, 16-11, .593)

W 13 8 11 4

Avg. 4.6 7.7

W 10

L 9

Pct. .526

Leading Scorer Ed Gracey

Avg. 5.9

COACH: LLOYD BRAZIL (16 years, 185-118, .611) Season 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46

W 10 8 12 7 4 12 11 16 15 14 11 13 15 13 8 15

L 9 8 5 8 10 5 5 4 5 9 10 8 5 7 12 8

Pct. .526 .500 .706 .467 .286 .706 .688 .800 .750 .609 .524 .619 .750 .650 .400 .652

Leading Scorer Roger Lau Ed Skryzcki Bill Pegan Larry Bleach Walter Cavanaugh Chet Laske Chet Laske Bob Calihan Bob Calihan Bob Calihan Charles O’Brien Arthur Stokley Lee Knorek Joey Smith Tom Molitor Gino Sovran

Avg. 4.3 8.0 6.2 6.6 6.4 9.6 8.7 9.8 13.3 13.8 5.4 6.3 12.1 7.6 9.9 8.9


COACH: JOHN SHADA (2 years, 18-28, .391)

COACH: WILLIE McCARTER (3 years, 33-48, .407)

Season 1946-47 1947-48

Season 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82

W 11 7

L 13 15

Pct. .480 .318

Leading Scorer Avg. Sam Fortino 12.5 Brendan McNamara 7.3

W 14 9 10

L 13 18 17

Pct. .519 .333 .370

Leading Scorer Earl Cureton Joe Kopicki Joe Kopicki

Avg. 20.0 19.9 18.6

COACH: BOB CALIHAN (21 years, 306-237, .564) COACH: DON SICKO (6 years, 57-88, .393) Season 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

W 12 20 17 14 12 11 15 13 11 13 11 20 18 15 14 14 20 17 10 13 16

L 10 6 14 12 14 17 11 12 15 12 14 7 9 12 12 11 8 8 15 12 10

Pct. .545 .769 .548 .538 .462 .392 .577 .520 .423 .520 .440 .741 .667 .556 .539 .580 .714 .680 .400 .520 .615

Leading Scorer John Kirwan Norm Swanson Norm Swanson Norm Swanson Walter Poff Guy Sparrow Guy Sparrow Bill Ebben Bill Ebben Mike Walsh Ray Albee Dave DeBusschere Dave DeBusschere Dave DeBusschere Dick Dzik Dick Dzik Lou Hyatt Dorie Murrey Jerry Swartzfager Ralph Brisker Spencer Haywood

Avg. 9.2 14.9 12.5 19.2 16.7 19.6 23.1 23.6 27.8 15.8 13.7 25.6 22.1 26.8 16.3 21.7 17.6 22.3 17.0 15.4 32.1

COACH: JIM HARDING (4 years, 55-45, .550) Season 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73

W 7 14 18 16

L 18 12 6 9

Pct. .280 .538 .750 .640

Leading Scorer Frank Russell Frank Russell Bill Pleas Gerald Smith

W 17 17 19 25

L 9 9 8 4

Pct. .654 .654 .704 .862

Leading Scorer Owen Wells John Long John Long John Long

Avg. 15.5 15.8 16.6 14.7

Avg. 20.6 17.1 19.5 20.3

COACH: DAVID GAINES (2 years, 47-10, .823) Season 1977-78 1978-79

W 25 22

L 4 6

Pct. .862 .786

Leading Scorer John Long Terry Duerod

W 12 8 16 14 7 0

L 17 20 12 15 21 3

Pct. .414 .286 .571 .483 .250 .000

Leading Scorer Doug Chappell Keith Gray Keith Gray Brian Humes Archie Tullos —

Avg. 17.6 17.0 17.5 14.1 19.7 —

COACH: JOHN MULROY (1 year, 7-20, .259) Season 1987-88

W 7

L 20

Pct. .259

Leading Scorer Archie Tullos

Avg. 25.1

COACH: RICKY BYRDSONG (5 years, 53-87, .379) Season 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93

W 7 10 9 12 15

L 21 18 19 17 12

Pct. .250 .357 .321 .414 .556

Leading Scorer Darian McKinney Shawn Williams Dwayne Kelley Dwayne Kelley Tony Tolbert

Avg. 16.1 12.4 15.9 16.1 20.4

COACH: PERRY WATSON (15 years, 261-198, .569)

COACH: DICK VITALE (4 years, 78-30, .772) Season 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77

Season 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88

Avg. 21.4 23.3

Season 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

W 16 13 18 16 25 25 20 25 18 18 19 14 16 11 7

L 13 15 11 13 6 6 12 12 13 12 11 16 16 19 23

Pct. .552 .464 .621 .552 .806 .806 .625 .676 .581 .600 .633 .467 .500 .367 .233

Leading Scorer Tony Tolbert Carl Pickett Carl Pickett Derrick Hayes Derrick Hayes Rashad Phillips Rashad Phillips Rashad Phillips Greg Grays Willie Green Elijah Warren Brandon Cotton Brandon Cotton Brandon Cotton Jon Goode

Avg. 23.6 12.4 14.3 15.9 13.7 15.7 23.0 22.4 17.8 22.6 11.6 18.8 17.5 18.1 19.3

COACH: RAY McCALLUM (1 year, 7-23, .233) Season 2008-09

W 7

L 23

Pct. .233

Leading Scorer Thomas Kennedy

Avg. 11.6

Official Record — 1270-1057 (.544 — 100 seasons)

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Post-Season History 1960 NIT Villanova 88, Titans 86 Going into the 1960 NIT — Detroit’s first-ever postseason invitation — the Titans had faced Villanova five times, but had never beaten the Wildcats. Nothing would change in the sixth match-up, as Villanova escaped with a narrow, twopoint first-round victory at Madison Square Garden. Forward Charlie North poured in 33 points and All-American runningmate Dave DeBusschere added 20, but their team never came back from the 40-36 lead Villanova established by halftime. Hubert White and Richard Siminski scored 23 points apiece for Villanova, which also had future college coach George Raveling add seven points.

of the season and a berth in the NIT second round. NYU 87, Titans 76 Against local favorite NYU in Madison Square Garden, the Titans not only dueled five men on the floor, but most of the 14,180 fans in attendance as well. At halftime, U-D trailed the Violets by 13 points, and it could do little to come closer following intermission. Forward Terry Page led the Titans with

1961 NIT Holy Cross 86, Titans 82 For the second straight season, the Titans advanced to first-round NIT action. In 1961, the Crusaders of Holy Cross brought an end to coach Bob Calihan’s 18-9 season with a come-from-behind, 86-82 victory. Once again, Charlie North would lead the Titan scorers, with 30 points, while Dave DeBusschere added 18 in front of 13,238 fans at Madison Square Garden. George Blaney, who would later become the Holy Cross head coach, scored 25 for the Crusaders. 1962 NCAA Western Kentucky 90, Titans 81 Detroit shot for the moon after two consecutive NIT berths. The Titans’ 15-11 regular season record earned them a spot in the NCAA Tournament against Western Kentucky in Lexington, KY. Minus former forward partner Charlie North, All-American Dave DeBusschere nicked the Hilltoppers for two men’s worth of work — 38 points (only six shy of his career high) and 19 rebounds. The ‘Toppers, however, responded with four players in double figures and escaped to the second round with a nine-point victory. The game was the last as a Titan for DeBusschere, the school’s only three-time All-American. The Titans, however, would be back. 1965 NIT Titans 93, La Salle 86 The Titans made their third appearance in the NIT in 1965 and collected their initial victory in post-season play. Guard John Watson paced the Titans to the first-round win over La Salle with a game-high 31 points. The Explorers countered with five players in double figures, but couldn’t stop the Titans from collecting their 20th victory

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17 points and Jim Boyce — later the head coach at Eastern Michigan — added 14. Nevertheless, it was the third time that the Bob Calihan-coached Titans had won 20 games in a season, after first turning the trick in 1950 and again in ’60. 1977 NCAA Titans 93, Middle Tennessee State 76 There was a span of more than a decade before the Titans returned to NCAA post-season action but, when they did, they did it with flamboyance. Coach Dick Vitale’s team entered the tournament with 23 wins in 26 games, and it would collect its 24th victory against Middle Tennessee State in LSU’s Assembly Center. Titans center Terry Tyler picked up where Dave DeBusschere left off 15 years earlier, scoring 29 points and grabbing 15 rebounds. Junior classmate John Long added 20 points of his own. Blue Raiders center Bob Martin scored 28 points in defeat, but the Titans were on their way to a second-round showdown with the Wolverines from the University of Michigan. Michigan 86, Titans 81 The Titans’ second-round game in the 1977 Mideast Regional was played in Lexington’s Rupp Arena. A minuteand-a-half into the game, Terry Tyler tipped in a missed shot to give his team a 6-2 advantage. Michigan quickly took control, however, and established as much as an 11-point lead before going into halftime up by 48-44. The Titans battled back to tie the game at 68-all in the second half but U-M, led by forward John Robinson’s 25 points, held on for the victory. John Long had 25 points of his own for the Detroiters, while Tyler contributed 17 more. 1978 NIT Titans 94, Virginia Commonwealth 86 First-round NIT action came to Detroit’s Calihan Hall in 1978, and the 25-3 Titans didn’t let their hometown fans down, topping Virginia Commonwealth in a game that was never close. A capacity crowd saw Terry Tyler score 19 points and Terry Duerod chip in 18 more before fouling out. John Long added 16 points and 11 rebounds for the home team. N.C. State 84, Titans 77 In the NIT quarter-finals, the Titans were assigned to Raleigh, where they would duel Norm Sloan’s North Carolina State Wolfpack. What they found was an aggressive N.C. State man-to-man defense that held center Terry Tyler to 19 points — only four in the decisive second half — and five rebounds. The game was close the entire first half, with neither team gaining more than a four-point advantage, until the Wolfpack ran off the final eight points to take a 44-38 lead into the

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Post-Season History locker room. The lead grew as high as 11 points after halftime, and the Titans could never come back. Coach “Smokey” Gaines’ team was outrebounded 64-33 and, as he pointed out later, if his Titans couldn’t rebound, they couldn’t enjoy their trademark “Run, Press and Shoot” style, either. John Long scored 17 points to lead Detroit. 1979 NCAA Lamar 95, Titans 87 In 1979, U-D entered NCAA play with visions of a second-round showdown against rivals Magic Johnson and Michigan State. Only one thing prevented that vision from becoming reality: Lamar. The Cardinals built a 47-41 first-half lead at the Murphy Athletic Center in Murfreesboro, TN, and never looked back. Just like that, the Titans’ season and their dreams had ended. Terry Duerod scored 22 points and center Earl Cureton grabbed 11 rebounds for the Titans, but their work paled next to Lamar center Clarence Kea, who had 33 points and 19 rebounds by himself. Detroit had amassed a 4710 record in two seasons, but Lamar was still the team which would advance to play eventual national champion Michigan State. 1998 NCAA Titans 66, St. John’s 64 A 19-year wait for a post-season invitation was rewarded with an at-large bid to play in the NCAA Tournament. Detroit — one of three MCC teams selected to play in the 1998 “Big Dance” — was seeded 10th in the Midwest and traveled to Chicago to face No. 7 St. John’s at the United Center. Thanks to a 10-point run, coach Perry Watson’s Titans assumed command early at 10-3, but still trailed at halftime, 34-32. After three lead changes and four ties following intermission, Detroit took the advantage for good with 13:40 to play and went on to a pulsating, 66-64 victory over the Red Storm of the Big East. Led by Tyrone Grant’s 14 points, St. John’s had five players in double figures. The Titans, on the other hand, had just one player scoring in twin digits — but what a performance he turned in. Senior guard Derrick Hayes was selected Player of the Game after recording a season-high 27 points, connecting on 10-for-14 from the field along the way. Detroit’s reward for the victory was a showdown with secondseeded Purdue. Purdue 80, Titans 65 The Titans had already beaten one Big Ten team (Michigan State) in 1997-98 and would confront Purdue brimming with confidence. However, the clutch shots which fell for Detroit two

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Rashad Phillips days earlier against St. John’s were fewer and farther between against the Boilermakers. In fact, after forging a 5-3 lead, Detroit had to play comeback basketball the rest of the way as the Titans made just three of their first 21 shots from the floor. Purdue led 33-22 at halftime and pushed its lead as high as 22 points at 59-37. Detroit would outscore Purdue 13-4 over the next 2:25, but could draw no closer than 13 points the rest of the way. In the end, Purdue prevailed, 80-65, behind Chad Austin’s 20 points. Desmond Ferguson came off the bench to fire in five three-point baskets and led the Titans with 19 points. 1999 NCAA Titans 56, UCLA 53 The Detroit players set a pre-season goal of returning to the NCAA Tournament for themselves, and this time didn’t have to wait until “Selection Sunday” to find out if they’d receive an invitation. In 1999, they’d return to the tournament armed with an automatic bid as MCC Champions. They’d travel to a familiar city — Indianapolis, where they play Butler each season — but to a first-time venue, the RCA Dome. Seeded 12th in the South Region, they found themselves paired against still another storied opponent, 10-time national champion UCLA. The Titans led by six early, and were close at


halftime, although the Bruins led, 32-30. UCLA extended its lead to six points with six minutes left, but the Titans were not to be denied. They grabbed the lead for good with 1:19 to play when guard Rashad Phillips made two free throws, and went on to a 56-53 first-round victory by holding the Bruins to their lowest offensive output of the season. Guard Jermaine Jackson led Detroit with 17 points and seven rebounds, while Phillips was close behind with 16 markers. All-American guard Baron Davis paced the UCLA attack with 16 points. Ohio State 75, Titans 44 Visions of the “Sweet 16” danced in the Titans’ heads

Perry Watson

heading into a second-round meeting with Big Ten runner-up Ohio State, the South’s fourth seed. However, Detroit’s offense couldn’t get untracked early as it fell behind 12-0 after missing their first 13 attempts from the field. Detroit finally got on the scoreboard when Rashad Phillips nailed a jumper with 10:12 to play in the first half, and UDM still clung to hope when it trailed by only 25-12 at intermission. The powerful Buckeyes steadily pulled away after halftime, though, and went on to a convincing 75-44 victory. All-Big Ten stalwarts Michael Redd and Scoonie Penn paced OSU with 15 points apiece, while Detroit’s Jermaine Jackson led all scorers with 18. 2001 NIT Titans 68, Bradley 49 The Titans made the most of their first NIT game in 23 years, traveling to Bradley and putting a hurt on their one-time Missouri Valley Conference rivals. UDM started slowly, making just one of its first seven shots, but it was off to the races after that. Detroit went on a 14-4 run to establish a permanent lead en route to a 19-point victory. It was Bradley’s first loss in 13 home games. Rashad Phillips led the way for the Titans with 17 points and two teammates, Greg Grays (13) and Willie Green (10), joined him in double figures. Detroit’s defense limited the Braves – who were playing minus their top scorer, injured guard Jerome Robinson – to just 40% accuracy from the field. Titans 67, Connecticut 61 Detroit caught the Huskies of the Big East napping early, then held on for a 67-61 win in front of 8,889 raucous UConn fans. The Titans applied a killer punch in the first half, when they opened up a 15-point lead, but the waning minutes saw the game go up for grabs. At one juncture in the second half, Detroit’s advantage slipped to one point, but guard Willie Green responded with a dunk and two free throws and the Titans were on their way to the NIT third round for the first time in history. Green finished by matching his career high of 25 points, while fellow guard Rashad Phillips threw in a gamehigh 26 markers. Forward Edmund Saunders led UConn with 19 points and 11 rebounds. Titans 59, Dayton 42 Detroit used critical runs of 12-2 and 9-0 in the first half, and went on to a 17-point win at Dayton in the first meeting of the old Midwestern rivals in six years. Defense was a key for the visiting Titans, as they held the Flyers to just 32% accuracy from the field. Guard Rashad Phillips was the offensive hero for the Titans as he nailed five three-point baskets along the way to a game-high 23 points. He was the only UDM player in double figures but the Titans did show

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Post-Season History balance in supporting him as Willie Green scored nine points, and Greg Grays and Terrell Riggs added seven apiece. Guard Tony Stanley led Dayton with 17. The victory was the Titans’ 25th of the season, matching the school record. Alabama 74, Titans 63 The Titans got to Broadway the hard way, winning on the road three straight times and becoming just the sixth NIT semi-finalist to do so (since campus game were inaugurated back in the late Seventies). Before a Madison Square Garden crowd that included Dave DeBusschere – who played in the hallowed basketball arena both as a Titan as well as an NBA star – Detroit got off to a roaring start. It built a 24-10 lead midway through the first half, and still rested on top by four points at intermission. Alabama’s size advantage proved vital in the final stanza, though. The Crimson Tide slipped ahead early, then used a 10-0 run late in the game to finish off the smaller Titans. Detroit’s Rashad Phillips connected on seven of his 14 three-point attempts to lead all scorers with 25 points. Erwin Dudley a 6-8 forward, paced Alabama with 20 points and 16 rebounds, while 6-8 guard Rod Grizzard added 18 points for the winners. Memphis 86, Titans 71 The longest campaign in Titan history – 37 games, including a school record five alone in the post-season – would come to an end in the NIT third-place game. Unlike two nights earlier, when the Titans got out of the gates quickly, they had to play catch-up against the tall Tigers of Memphis after falling behind 9-0. Detroit actually climbed back into a tie on one occasion – at 38-all right before halftime – but could never establish a lead. A 10-0 Memphis run finally did the Titans in as they fell by 86-71. Forward Kelly Wise sparked the Tigers with 23 points. Rashad Phillips led UDM with 27 points – breaking Spencer Haywood’s Detroit singleseason scoring record in the process. He was voted to the NIT’s All-Tournament Team. 2002 NIT Dayton 80, Titans 69 The lights of Broadway beckoned the Titans a second straight year as their 18 wins and a berth in the conference tournament semi-finals earned them another NIT ticket. This time, though, UDM wasn’t quite up to the trip to New York. They were assigned for a rematch of the previous year’s thirdround game at Dayton, and this time the Flyers were able even the score. The host Flyers pulled away by as many as 15 points in the first half, yet Detroit

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came back to within five, 42-37, at intermission. Dayton, however, just pulled away again with an 80-69 victory. Dayton’s big front line made a difference as the Flyers had 44 rebounds – vs. 31 by Detroit – and 22 second-chance points. Guard Ramod Marshall led four Dayton players in double figures with 23 points. Guard Greg Grays closed out his Titan career with a game-leading 25 points, while Willie Green added 18 more.

Willie Green


100-Point Games By Detroit Titan Score 135 133 132 124 123 123 122 122 121 119 119 116 115 115 115 114 113 113 113 113 113 112 112 112 111 111 111 110 110 109 109 109 108 108 108 108 108 107 107 107 107 107 107

Opp. Opponent Score Season CCNY 77 1979 Iowa Wesleyan 79 1977 CCNY 91 1978 Canisius 89 1978 Xavier 110 1965 Wayne State 77 1977 Marshall 86 1977 Buffalo 81 1978 St. Francis (Pa.) 89 1978 Windsor 70 1965 Kalamazoo 68 1976 Hillsdale 85 1975 Western Ontario 43 1964 LIU 77 1977 Loyola 101 1989 at Notre Dame 104 1964 at Xavier 121 1964 Western Ontario 58 1965 Oakland 83 1976 Oakland 45 1977 at Western Michigan 91 1978 Xavier 114 1964 West New Mexico 100 1967 Adrian 69 1978 St. Bonaventure 81 1964 Iona 75 1975 Northern Mich. 66 1978 Canisius 72 1977 Oakland 61 1998 Baldwin-Wallace 85 1956 St. Francis (NY) 65 1976 Eastern Michigan 71 1978 at Loyola 113 1964 Xavier 92 1965 Hillsdale 61 1971 New Hampshire 70 1979 at Duquesne 97 1990 Christian Bros. 74 1964 Eastern Michigan 78 1968 DePaul 111 1968 Canisius 88 1969 Akron 58 1977 Bradley 122 1988

Titan Score 106 106 106 106 106 105 105 105 105 105 104 104 103 103 103 103 103 103 103 103 103 102 102 102 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

Opponent at Bradley Assumption at Western Mich. St. Peter’s St. Bonaventure Notre Dame Xavier Aquinas Hillsdale Oakland Bowling Green Cleveland State S. Dakota State Georgetown Baldwin-Wallace Baldwin-Wallace Windsor Wayne State at Buffalo Ball State Cleveland State Niagara NE Illinois Xavier Youngstown Delaware Seton Hall at Windsor Villanova St. Francis (Pa.) Oakland Grand Valley Wayne State Marshall New Mexico Notre Dame at Marquette Cleveland State Oral Roberts at Loyola Georgia State

Opp. Score Season 91 1956 50 1960 99 1969 89 1976 101 1979 87 1962 86 1966 40 1969 50 1969 48 1975 88 1964 72 1976 76 1961 92 1963 80 1966 94 1968 48 1969 67 1976 74 1977 70 1978 74 1996 91 1968 54 1972 96 1980 65 1954 71 1959 77 1960 82 1964 94 1966 82 1972 75 1974 74 1975 66 1979 77 1980 64 1960 89 1964 76 1964 54 1972 85 1980 127 1985 86 1992

By Opponents Titan Score 100 107 96 113 87 112 97 108 107 79 67 92 123 81 80 89 90 86 86 107 76 70 89 97 84 114 89 99 67 80 75 93 74 74 75 96 92 95 66 106 115 81 112 80 74 84

Opp. Opponent Score Season at Loyola 127 1985 Bradley 122 1988 Xavier 122 1988 at Xavier 121 1964 at Michigan 117 1964 Xavier 114 1964 Xavier 114 1988 at Loyola 113 1964 DePaul 111 1968 at Duke 111 1981 at Western Michigan 110 1963 Indiana 110 1964 Xavier 110 1965 Toledo 110 1967 Dayton 109 1966 Indiana 108 1965 at Evansville 108 1988 at Wisconsin 108 1993 at Notre Dame 107 1965 at Iowa 107 1966 at Arizone 106 1976 at Notre Dame 105 1963 at Western Michigan 105 1974 at Loyola 105 1980 at Xavier 105 1988 at Notre Dame 104 1964 Xavier 104 1967 Michigan 104 1968 at Xavier 104 1969 Minnesota 104 1977 at Oral Roberts 104 1984 Loyola 104 1988 at St. Boneventure 103 1968 Michigan State 103 1978 Loyola 103 1987 Notre Dame 102 1958 at St. Louis 101 1957 Bradley 101 1957 Ohio State 101 1963 St. Bonaventure 101 1979 Loyola 101 1989 Marquette 100 1955 West New Mexico 100 1967 at Dayton 100 1990 Michigan 100 1992 at Arizona State 100 1993

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Retired Jerseys Four retired jerseys are honored in Calihan Hall, symbols of the greatness of the players who wore them. Theirs are the only numbers to have been retired in Titans basketball history. No. 17 belonged to the University’s first basketball AllAmerican, the late Bob Calihan. He played between 1938 and ’40 for the Red and White, leading the Titans to 45 victories against only 18 setbacks in those three varsity seasons. Calihan led the Titans in scoring three years running, and broke all existing school point production records in the process. Later, he would serve his alma mater as both head basketball coach and athletic director. The No. 22 of Dave DeBusschere became nationallyrenowned when the Titans, led by their 6-8 All-American forward, made their first three post-season tournament appearances in 1960, ’61 and ’62. DeBusschere is the only Titan player ever to average more than 20 points per game in three consecutive seasons. He is currently second on the all-time Detroit scoring list. Additionally, he still holds the team’s game, season and career rebounding records. A Titan baseball star as well, he is one of only five athletes ever to earn first-team All-American recognition in two sports. The last player to wear No. 44, center Terry Tyler played four

Terry Tyler - John Long

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varsity seasons for the Titans between 1975 and ’78. He was an All-American as a senior, and played on two post-season tournament teams. Tyler held the school’s one-season record for field goal accuracy until 1993. Additionally, he is at the top in blocked shots for a career, season and single game. He is the fifth-leading scorer in Titan annals. Tyler’s four-year teammate, John Long, wore No. 50 until the end of his Titan career. Like Tyler, he was an All-American in 1978. Long is the lone Titan ever to score more than 2,000 points in his career, and he finished with 2,167 in 110 games. Long is one of three Titans ever to average more than 20 points a game in two separate seasons. Each of these four players had their jerseys retired in special 1978 ceremonies.


Titan Trivia

Greg Wendt The Detroit Titans are the only Michigan Division I team ever to lead the nation in scoring. That occurred in 1964, when the 14-11 Titans under coach Bob Calihan averaged 96.1 points per game — well above the national average of 74.4 ppg. Senior forward Dick Dzik led U-D in scoring that

season with a 21.7 average and three other players (Dorie Murrey, 16.9; Al Cech, 15.8; and Terry Page, 10.9) also finished in double figures. Only one other current member of the Horizon League, Loyola in 1962, has ever led the nation in scoring. • The Titans have had one national individual leader, Spencer Haywood. One season after pacing the U.S. Olympians to the 1968 gold medal in Mexico City, the Titans All-American led the country in rebounding. Haywood averaged 22.1 boards per game and was the first sophomore in 15 years to lead the country in that department. Only one player, 7-2 Jacksonville center Artis Gilmore, has since led the nation with a higher figure. Gilmore averaged 22.2 rebounds in 1970, and 23.2 one year later. Haywood also averaged 32.1 points in 1969 — fourth nationally behind Pete Maravich, Rick Mount and Calvin Murphy. • Dave DeBusschere holds the single-game school rebounding mark, set against Central Michigan Jan. 30, 1960. DeBusschere was credited with 39 rebounds that night, while the Titans also set a school record as a team with 77. Only four other college players have

ever had more rebounds in one game than DeBusschere’s 39. The national standard was set Feb. 14, 1953, when William & Mary’s Bill Chambers had 51 rebounds against Virginia. The school record effort against Central Michigan was one of four games in his career where DeBusschere topped the 30-rebound plateau. • Two former Titans remain in the Horizon League record book for deadeye shooting. Guard Keith Gray hit all 15 of his free throw attempts at Evansville Feb. 18, 1985 — the best one-game effort in league annals. Another past all-conference choice, forward Greg Wendt, shares the 1.000 field goal percentage record with Charles Dorsey of Oral Roberts. Wendt was a perfect 11-for-11 from the field in a Detroit victory at Xavier Jan. 11, 1986. Gray and Wendt both played professionally in Germany following graduation. Wendt led that nation in scoring in 1990 and again in ’91.

Until 1919, the University of Detroit athletic teams were known as the Tigers. Owing to the fact that Detroit’s American League baseball club goes by the same name, things were rather complicated. However, in the fall of 1919, the Detroit Free Press assigned a man to cover football at the University who was to give the Red and White athletic teams a nickname that has stuck with them ever since. Because the members of the 1919 squad were exceptionally large in size, Stan Brink, the sportswriter who was covering football for the Free Press, thought that a good nickname for the team would be the Titans. In Greek mythology, the Titans were a class of oversized people who happened to have almost perfect physiques. Whether the comparison was exactly correct, no one seems to know. Nevertheless, the name Titans has stuck with the University of Detroit Mercy athletic teams ever since. The current Titan mascot made its debut at the start of the 1999 basketball season.

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Calihan Hall The Titans continue to enjoy playing their home games in Calihan Hall, long regarded as one of the great places to watch basketball in all of Michigan. UDM’s on-campus facility celebrated its 50th anniversary of service to the Titans in 2002. After a five-year stretch of playing in Downtown Detroit’s Cobo Arena, the Titans returned games to campus in 1993-94, a move which coincided with major exterior renovations and a rededication of Calihan Hall in September of 1993. A newly-painted playing floor, featuring the new Titans logo, was unveiled for the2008-09 season. Almost all of the building’s locker rooms were remodeled in 1998. A major interior renovation project began one year later and has continued since. New retractable bleachers were installed in the arena’s lower bowl in 2002, and further renovations and improvements — including the new Willie Green men’s basketball locker room — have taken place within the last four years. Calihan Hall houses the Titan Athletic Offices, varsity and intramural locker rooms, sports medicine facilities, the Thelma Fox Murray running track, the Wayne Wheeler Golf Practice Center and the Larry Bleach Fitness Center. It also serves as the basketball practice facility for the Calihan Hall Titans all year. Points: The Titan women’s basketball Points (Titan): team uses the arena for all of its home Points (Team): contests. UDM hosted the 2000 Rebounds: Victory Margin: Attendance:

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MCC Women’s Basketball Tournament in Calihan Hall as well. The arena also continues to serve as the host site for numerous games involving the Detroit Public School League, Catholic League and the Michigan High School Boys State Tournament. Additionally, a large number of Intramural events are staged in Calihan Hall. The dedication of the University’s Memorial Building, as it was known back then, took place May 25, 1952. The first basketball game was played Dec. 2 of that year when U-D beat Kalamazoo, 75-61. In 1977, the 8,295-seat facility’s name was changed to Calihan Hall in honor of the Titans’ first basketball AllAmerican, the late Bob Calihan. Following graduation in 1940 and a professional career in the National Basketball League — with stops in Detroit, Chicago and Rochester — Calihan returned to U-D in 1948 as the Titans’ head coach. In 21 years at the helm, he compiled a 306-237 record, guiding his 1962 team to the NCAA Tournament and three others into the NIT. He also served 13 years as U-D’s athletic director, retiring in 1977. In a memorable shoot-out the night of Feb. 22, 1988, Bradley All-American guard Hersey Hawkins established the arena scoring record of 63 points in a 122-107 victory. Guard Archie Tullos broke the all-time Titans scoring record with 49 points in that same game. During the 2001-02 season, Detroit extended the nation’s longest homecourt winning streak to a remarkable school record of 39 games before falling to UW-Green Bay, 65-61, on Feb. 11, 2002. During the 54 years since the opening of Calihan Hall, the Titans have enjoyed a 528-212 (.714) homecourt record.

Record Book 63 - Hersey Hawkins, Bradley (vs. Detroit, Feb. 22, 1988) 49 - Archie Tullos (vs. Bradley, Feb. 22, 1988) 135 - Detroit (vs. CCNY, Feb. 10, 1979) 39 - Dave DeBusschere (vs. Central Michigan, Jan. 30, 1960) 72 (Detroit 114, Western Ontario 43, Jan. 11, 1964) 11,065 (Detroit vs. Marquette, Mar. 4, 1978)


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The University As Michigan’s largest Catholic university, the University of Detroit Mercy has built an outstanding tradition of academic excellence, firmly rooted in a strong liberal arts curriculum, for more than 130 years. The University has a rich tradition that emanates from its two predecessor institutions — the University of Detroit, founded in 1877 by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), and Mercy College of Detroit, founded in 1944 by the Religious Sisters of Mercy. In 1990, these schools consolidated to become the University of Detroit Mercy, a university dedicated to providing accessible, quality education while meeting the career-preparation needs of a diverse student population. Today, UDM offers approximately 100 majors and programs in seven different schools and colleges. Our faculty provides personal attention to students with a 14:1 student/faculty ratio. Faculty members are known for their teaching excellence with 89 percent having a Ph.D. or comparable terminal degree. Approximately 5,700 students attend classes on three UDM campuses located in northwest and downtown Detroit. All undergraduate and graduate programs, except for Law and Dental programs, are now offered on the McNichols Campus. This campus also provides housing for over 800 students in its six residence halls. The School of Dentistry and its Dental Clinic is now located on the Corktown Campus at Martin

UDM offers the challenge, support and hands-on experience to pursue a lifetime of great things. UDM has: • 100 fields of study, many of them nationally-recognized. • Co-op and internship opportunities in a variety of fields. • Distinguished faculty who know how the real world works. • A 14:1 student-faculty ratio and an average class size of 20. • An Academic Exploration Program that allows students to try out different majors before committing to one. • Independent research and study abroad opportunities. • An active alumni network that includes research scientists, state Supreme Court justices, Fortune 500 executives, partners at major law and accounting firms and educators and health care providers throughout the Midwest. At UDM, We Want Great Things For You!

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Luther King Jr. Boulevard. UDM’s School of Law is located at the Riverfront Campus in downtown Detroit. The University is widely-recognized for its programs in engineering, law, business, architecture and education. UDM is also known for its strong programs in health care, such as nursing, dentistry, psychology, physician assistants, nurse anesthetists, and counseling and addiction studies. In addition to their classroom experience and research opportunities with faculty, students can explore career options and job opportunities through UDM’s cooperative education program — one of the oldest co-op programs in the United States. Co-op allows students to receive practical, on-the-job experience, giving them the extra edge in today’s competitive job market while earning a salary. UDM also provides an environment in which students grow to understand their social, leadership and service responsibility. Through academic projects, professional clinics and joint ventures with business and community organizations, the University contributes to the general wellbeing of the Detroit community. This commitment reflects the University’s mission, which seeks to integrate the intellectual, spiritual, ethical and social development of its students.


Academic Excellence UDM’s seven collegesand schools offer approximately 100 respected undergraduate and graduate and professional programs. Each provides a wealth of resources for advising, academic research and professional development. Here are UDM’s colleges, and the undergraduate programs they offer: SCHOOLOFARCHITECTURE Architecture (5-year Master’s Degree) Digital Media Studies (formerly Electronic Critique) COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Accounting Business Administration BSBA/MBA (five-year program) Computer Information Systems (BS and Certificate*) Concentrations in: - Finance - International Business - Management - Marketing - CIS Software Production and Management *from U.S. Government COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE Biochemistry Biology Chemistry Civil and Environmental Engineering Computer Science Electrical and Computer Engineering Manufacturing Engineering Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Pre-Dentistry Pre-Med Pre-Physician Assistant Seven-year BS/DDS Program Seven-year Engineering/JD. SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY Dental Hygiene Six-year BS/DDS Program COLLEGE OFHEALTH PROFESSIONS Health Services Health Services Administration Physician Assistant (5-year Master’s)

COLLEGE OF LIBERALARTS AND EDUCATION Academic Exploration Program (for undeclared majors) Addiction Studies (and Certificate) African American Studies (Certificate) Catholic Studies (Certificate) Communication Studies Criminal Justice Studies Economics Education Elementary Education English History Human Services Language Studies (Certificate) Legal Administration Legal Studies (Certificate)

Philosophy Political Science Pre-Law (Legal Studies Certificate) Psychology - General - Developmental - Industrial/Organizational Religious Studies Secondary Education Social Work Sociology Special Education - Emotionally Impaired/Behaviorally - Disorders - Learning Disabilities Theatre MCAULEY SCHOOL OF NURSING Nursing

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About UDM • U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks UDM among the top tier of Midwestern master’s universities. The publication also ranks UDM as one of the top 15 institutions in the “Great Schools, Great Price category. • Through partnerships with local health care systems, the McAuley School of Nursing provides 19 cohorts of its BSN Degree Completion Program at hospitalbased sites throughout southeastern and western Michigan area, serving approximately 400 nurses. • UDM’s School of Law and University of Windsor’s Law School offer a joint JD/LLB program. Detroit’s law school has also partnered with Mexico’s Monterrey Tech to offer a joint law degree. • One-third of all Michigan dentists graduated from the University’s School of Dentistry. • Ninety percent of UDM co-op students are rated above average by co-op assignment employers. • UDM’s Education Department now offers a five-year accelerated Teacher Education Program for undergraduate students to obtain both their bachelor’s and master’s degrees with teacher certification. • The College of Liberal Arts & Education offers a Master of Science in Information Assurance designed to help protect the nation’s information infrastructure. • The College of Business Administration now offers a five-year BSBA/MBA accelerated program, which will allow students to acquire both a bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business.

• The McAuley School of Nursing is the only BSN degrees program in Michigan with a mandatory cooperative education requirement. • The School of Dentistry Clinic records approximately 73,000 patient visits annually for more about 7,600 patients, including services to the elderly, handicapped and homeless. • The College of Engineering & Science is the eastern most Jesuit engineering school in the United States. The School of Architecture is the only full Architecture school among the 28 Jesuit universities in the country. • Through the University’s Leadership Development Institute, more than 1,200 students participate in volunteer service learning opportunities coordinated with classroom study. • UDM’s Physician Assistant Program was one of the first established in Michigan and the nation, and now offers an accelerated five-year PA program for full-time traditional undergraduate students. • Architecture’s Detroit Collaborative Design Center was the first university-based design center in Metropolitan Detroit to provide design services to non-profit community and civic organizations.

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Notable Alumni Dozens of distinguished alumni have attended UDM (or its predecessors, the University of Detroit and Mercy College) over the years. Here’s a compilation of just a handful of the notables made recently by the staff of our school newspaper, The Varsity News.

• Famed writer Elmore Leonard, the author of more than forty novels, has seen many of his works make it to the big screen. Films such as Be Cool (2005), Jackie Brown (1997), Out of Sight (1998), 3:10 to Yuma (1957 and 2007) and Get Shorty (1995) are just a few of the many inspired by Leonard’s writing.

• Glynn Lunney, a 1958 graduate with a degree in aerospace engineering, was NASA flight director during the Apollo and Gemini missions and managed the Space Shuttle program before leaving in 1985. • Allison Payne has been an anchor at WGN in Chicago since 1990. She graduated with a liberal arts degree. Payne’s first television job in Michigan was at WNEM-TV in Saginaw. • Marlena Peleo-Lazar is chief creative director for McDonald’s in the United States. Lazar graduated in 1972 with degrees in media studies and English.

• Keegan-Michael Key is best known for his portrayal of Barack Obama on “MADtv.” He has also appeared in “Chocolate News,” “Reno 911,” the movie Mr. 3000 and other productions. He attended the University in the early ’90s and was a member of Phi Kappa Theta fraternity.

• Former Titan quarterback Ted Marchibroda was drafted in 1953 to play in the NFL. He has coached for the Baltimore Colts, the Indianapolis Colts and the Baltimore Ravens. Marchibroda is now an analyst for the Indianapolis Colts pregame show.

• Bill Bonds, an Emmy-winning television anchorman, ruled the Detroit airwaves in the 1970s and 1980s. He worked for Channels 7 and 2 and was known for asking his subjects tough questions and offering blunt opinions. He also inspired the character Kent Brockman on “The Simpsons.”

• Amy Yasbeck is a film and television actress. She has had roles in The Mask, Pretty Woman, Robin Hood: Men in Tights and many other films and TV shows. She is the widow of actor John Ritter.

• Greg Mathis – the television judge – is a graduate of University of Detroit Mercy Law School. He began his political career as an unpaid intern at Detroit City Hall and was elected judge of the 36th District Court in 1995 before landing a syndicated television show. • Neal Shine, for whom The Varsity News lab is named at UDM, was the editor and publisher of the Detroit Free Press. He started as a copy -boy in 1950 and worked his way up the ranks. • Thomas E. Brennan, who graduated in 1953 from the law school, served on the Michigan Supreme Court from 1967 to 1973, and founded Thomas M. Cooley Law School. • Maura D. Corrigan also graduated from the law school. She is on the Michigan Supreme Court and served two terms as chief justice. • Frank J. Kelley was Michigan’s longest serving attorney general. His 37-year tenure earned him the nickname “Eternal General.” Willie Green ’03 2003 Horizon League Player of the Year and member of the Philadelphia 76ers, 2003-present

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President

Installed as the President of University of Detroit Mercy in 2004, Rev. Gerard L. Stockhausen, S.J., Ph.D., continues to advance the University’s mission and its Jesuit and Sisters of Mercy traditions. An outstanding educator and administrator, Fr. Stockhausen previously served as the University’s Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost from 2000 to 2004. Prior to joining UDM, Fr. Stockhausen was Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs and Internal Operations for Creighton University’s College of Business Administration. He was chair of the College’s Economics and Finance program in 1996 and became interim dean in 1997. During the 1991-92 school year, Fr. Stockhausen was a visiting associate professor of Economics at Makerere University in Uganda. Fr. Stockhausen holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Michigan; a master’s degree in social ethics and a Master of Divinity degree from the Jesuit School of Theology in Berkley, California; and a master’s degree in mathematics and a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from St. Louis University. His academic areas of expertise focus on international economics, including trade theory and policy, political economics and social ethics. He has written on topics such as free trade, protectionism, labor unions, and Catholic social teachings, including a book entitled, Threats of Quotas in International Trade: Their Effect on the Exporting Country. Fr. Stockhausen currently serves as a board trustee at Creighton University, Wheeling Jesuit University and Loyola Jesuit High School in Detroit.

Fr. Gerard Stockhausen, S.J. President

Raised in Milwaukee, Fr. Stockhausen grew up in an active household with two older brothers. He also has three Jesuit uncles. An avid reader, Fr. Stockhausen also enjoys music, theater and athletics.

Michael Joseph Executive Vice President

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Athletic Director

Keri Gaither was appointed as University of Detroit Mercy’s Director of Athletics in May of 2007, less than six months after being asked to serve as Interim Director of Athletics. Soon after taking the helm of Titan Athletics, Gaither announced the expansion of the Detroit Titans Division I sports program from 16 to 19 teams with the addition of men’s lacrosse, women’s lacrosse and men’s tennis, all of which began play in 2008-09. In her first two years, Gaither also expanded the athletic staff by adding eight full-time positions to the department, directed the building and completion of a new $1.6 million all-purpose synthetic turf field and track, and was responsible for the hiring of men’s basketball coach Ray McCallum, women’s basketball coach Autumn Rademacher and softball coach Sunny Jones. Gaither is also leading a successful fundraising campaign for the renovation of the men’s basketball office suite and recently completed a tennis complex that includes eight new tennis courts, a tennis pavilion and a new grass field which will accommodate the lacrosse teams. Gaither was recognized for her strong leadership as UDM’s Director of Athletics when she was appointed to the UDM’s senior leadership team as a member of the Associate Vice President’s group in June of 2007. For the three years preceding her appointment as A.D., Gaither served as second in command for the Detroit Titans Athletic Department and also supervised nine Titan women’s varsity sports as the Senior Associate Athletic Director. During her tenure as Senior Associate A.D., Gaither played an instrumental role in the planning and implementation of women’s golf in 2004 when it became UDM’s 16th varsity team. Prior to her selection as A.D., Gaither had served in several key administrative roles for the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics including stints as Senior Woman Administrator and Director of Business Operations. Gaither chaired the Detroit Local Organizing Committee for the 2009 NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four, which was played in front of a record-setting crowd of 72,922 at Ford Field in Detroit as the University of Detroit Mercy served as the Host Institution. As the DLOC Chair, Gaither provided strong leadership for the DLOC and maintained ultimate responsibility for the local operations of the Final Four event. Gaither held the same position, in addition to being designated Tournament Director, for the 2008 NCAA Men’s Basketball Midwest Regional. As a current member of the Horizon League’s Executive Council, Gaither is actively involved with League operations. She currently serves on the League’s Men’s Basketball Strategic Planning Committee and has served on both the finance and television committees.

Keri Gaither Athletic Director Gaither was appointed to the NCAA Minority Opportunities and Interests Committee in September of 2009. As one of six Division I members on the 15-person committee, Gaither will serve a four-year term. The MOIC was formed to review issues related to the interests of ethnic minorities and women with a focus on education and welfare of minority student-athletes, as well as the enhancement of opportunities for ethnic minorities and women in coaching, athletics administration, officiating and the NCAA governance structure. Gaither was also honored in September of 2008 when she was named one of Crain’s Detroit Business’ “2008 Women to Watch” for her goals and initiatives in the Detroit Titans athletics program and her leadership in serving as chair of Detroit’s Local Organizing Committee for the 2009 NCAA Final Four. Graduating magna cum laude from the University of Detroit Mercy, Gaither earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics. During her undergraduate studies, she was a twotime recipient of the College of Liberal of Arts’ Economics Student of the Year Award. Gaither and her husband, Brad Trombley, reside in Pleasant Ridge with their two children, Elliott (18), a sophomore at the University of Detroit Mercy majoring in Psychology, and daughter Kennedy (12).

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Athletics Staff Jarrett Alford Facilities Assistant

Erick Barnes Faculty Athletics Representative

Stacey Barns Men’s Basketball Administrative Asst.

Jon Bjorklund Pep Band Director

Tanya Carper Cheer Team Coach

Steve Corder Assistant A.D./ Compliance

Michelle Cordero Administrative Intern

Leah Dior Athletic Training Intern

Mark Engel Assistant A.D./ Sports Information

Anita Foster Olympic Sports Office Manager

Keri Gaither Athletic Director

Adam Gentry Strength/Conditioning Assistant

P.J. Gradowski Assistant Sports Information Director

Greg Haapala Director of Ticket Operations

Chris Hinderliter Assistant Athletic Trainer

Casey Hornung Equipment & Facilities Assistant

Latrice Howard Dance Team Coach

Glenn Knott Assistant A.D./Facilities

Scott Kretzmann Sports Information Assistant

Teri Kromrei Assistant A.D./ Business Operations

Phuong Le Asst. Business/ Ticket Manager

Kristi Lewis Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

Stephanie Lieto Strength/Conditioning Assistant

Brandon Longmeier Director of Marketing

Mike Miller Head Athletic Trainer

Daron Montgomery Senior Associate Athletic Director

Joe Moore Compliance Intern

Amy Paling Assistant Director of Compliance

Alexandria Perry Athletic Training Intern

Lezly Pruitt Office Manager

Harvey Theeck Equipment Manager

Joe Tofferi Strength/Condit. Head Coach

Emily Vannice Administrative Intern

Ashley VanMeter Assistant Athletic Trainer

Maggie Walsh Assistant Sports Information Director

Nick Wilson Strength/Condit. Assistant Coach

Dr. Michael Workings Team Physician

Craig Yust Assistant Facilities Director

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Titan Head Coaches Terri Anthony-Ryan Women’s Golf

Grant Asher Men’s Tennis

Nick Deren Interim Men’s Soccer

Todd Dressell Fencing

Mark Engel Men’s Golf

Matt Holtz Men’s Lacrosse

Sunny Jones Softball

Mike Lupenec Women’s Soccer

Ray McCallum Men’s Basketball

Mary Ann Meltzer Women’s Lacrosse

Sam Poole Women’s Tennis

Guy Murray Track & Field/CC

Autumn Rademacher Women’s Basketball

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Academic Support When talking about students who compete in a varsity UDM Assistant Athletic Director. “Student-athletes sometimes sport, the term typically used is “student-athlete.” The word enter college unaware of the expectations and pressures on “student” comes first, and that’s the way the University of them, and this center helps them alleviate some of that Detroit Mercy approaches all of its athletic team members. pressure by knowing what to expect and preparing for those Although performance in competition is important, they are added responsibilities.” students first, and athletes second, with their performance in Another example of Detroit’s commitment to its studentthe classroom plenty important in Titan Territory. athletes’ academic excellence is the Athletic Academic UDM has long proven its commitment to preparing Coordinator’s post. The position was created in 1988 and, students for on-court battles as since then, UDM’s graduation well as those in the classroom. rate for student-athletes has In 1995, UDM opened the steadily risen. Corder, no Center for Student-Athlete stranger to collegiate athletics as Development, one of the first of he played soccer for Detroit from its kind. The center offers 1994-98, and his staff carefully programs for academic classes, track each Titan’s academic drug education, student progress to make sure they are enhancement and works to on the right path toward improve communication skills. graduation. In addition, Titan All 19 varsity teams, and more student-athletes are helped with than 200 student-athletes, at their tutorial needs through the UDM are encouraged to take use of the student-run Learning full advantage of the programs Center, where professors and offered at the center. The center students donate their time as also heads up the NCAA Life tutors. Skills Program, which focuses Members of the athletic on the student in studentdepartment’s administrative staff athlete and how to deal with work together to run the issues that all student-athletes student-athlete study table. The Titans senior Eulis Stephens greets Bruce Brorby, today must face. Through student-athletes’ academic Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs in the seminars, guest speakers and progress is closely monitored College of Business Administration, between classes NCAA videos, student-athletes and the study table is set up to are made aware of issues such as gambling and drug and assist the Titans with any and all academic areas, including alcohol abuse, and how to deal with these concerns. providing tutors and a writing lab. The center is open daily and The center is made possible, in part, by a grant from the also has evening hours to work around a student-athlete’s NCAA. In conjunction with the staff of the University busy schedule. All freshmen must take part in the study table, Learning Center, members of the center’s staff teach UAS 107, as well as other student-athletes who have not yet achieved a “Athletes in Transition,” each year. All freshman and transfer 2.75 GPA. student-athletes must take this course during their studies at Detroit also annually recognizes student-athletes who attain UDM. The course deals with how student-athletes can make a minimum of a 3.0 grade point average by naming them to the the transition from high school to college. This important Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. During the 2008-09 school year, class teaches student-athletes to deal with time and stress more than 120 Titans, well over half of UDM’s studentmanagement, study skills and the importance of good athletes, accomplished the feat. The number of honorees has nutritional habits. steadily increased in the last decade. “I feel that this center does everything to prepare student“Clearly, athletes come here to graduate,” Titans athletic athletes to succeed in life after college,” said Steve Corder, a director Keri Gaither noted. “Even though they want to compete at the Division I level, they want their degree, too. That’s the only thing which is more important. It’s the only thing that counts in the long run.”

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Points Of Pride HOST INSTITUTION FOR THE 2009 FINAL FOUR The University of Detroit Mercy served as the host institution for the 2009 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Final Four at Ford Field and it was a resounding success as it shattered the NCAA record for attendance. The championship game saw 72,922 in attendance, the secondlargest to ever watch a college basketball game. It was also the largest to watch an NCAA tournament game or session and was the biggest crowd for an NCAA championship game in NCAA history. The total numbers showed that Ford Field drew a two-day crowd of 145,378, the biggest in Final Four history. NEW SPORTS LIGHT UP DETROIT Three new Titan teams began play in 2008-09 with the UDM men’s and women’s lacrosse teams and the reinstatement of the men’s tennis team after a 15-year hiatus. The women’s team was led by freshman Emily Boissonneault, who earned National Lacrosse Conference Attack MVP honors. The men’s lacrosse team set the Titan field record in attendance in its first home game, while the men’s tennis program saw junior Pjotrs Necajevs take home Horizon League Newcomer and Player of the Year accolades. TITANS RECEIVE HIGH MARKS IN LATEST NCAA’S APR REPORT UDM’s athletic teams, once again, have brought home high marks in the NCAA Division I Academic Progress Rate report issued in May. One Titan team, men’s fencing, was credited with a perfect 1000 APR score, and every one of Detroit’s varsity teams registered a multi-year APR above the minimum standard (925) established by the NCAA. The new report is based on data supplied for the 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07 and 2007-08 academic years. SEVEN STUDENT-ATHLETES RECEIVED ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS The UDM Athletic Department announced the establishment of a pair of endowed scholarships for Titan student-athletes. The new Lee Graziotti Endowed Scholarship is awarded each year to two track and field student-athletes in good academic standing who go above and beyond on the track and in the classroom. The Raymond J. and Catherine Nagle Endowed Scholarship will also be presented to select student-athletes in good academic standing, based upon recommendation from UDM’s head coaches. The 2008-09 recipients for the Lee Graziotti Endowed Scholarship were seniors John LaRocca and Danielle Poulin. The Nagle Endowed Scholarship recipients included: Gino McCathney

(men’s tennis), Madeline Franko (women’s soccer), Caitlin McPartlin (softball), Craig Budzynski (men’s fencing) and Ashlee McLemore (women’s fencing). SAAC CONTINUES ITS LEGACY The Detroit Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) was as active as ever during the 2008-09 season, volunteering and giving a helping hand. The year included a visit to the Coalition on Temporary Shelter (COTS) in Detroit as the Titans assisted the regular workers in preparation of the food and setting up the room for dining services. Members of the group also took part in a charity Read-a-Thon to benefit the St. Christopher’s Catholic Elementary School in Windsor, helping raise over $16,000 for the school. TITANS’BYRNE NAMED GOLFALL-AMERICA SCHOLAR Detroit Titans golfer David Byrne was named to the Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars Team for 2009. A total of 108 players in Division I earned the honor and Byrne, who is also the President of the UDM SAAC Committee, was one of just two from Horizon League schools. To be eligible for Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar status, an individual must be a junior or senior academically, compete in at least two full years at the collegiate level, participate in 70 percent of his team’s competitive rounds or compete in the NCAA Championships and have a stroke average under 76.0 in Division I. Byrne continued that success in the summer, winning the 46th annual Western Ontario Amateur as well as the Ontario Champion of Champions and Men’s Match Play titles. The Detroit men’s golfers as a unit were also honored by the GCAA with the President’s Academic Award as one of seven NCAA Division I teams to have a grade point average of at least 3.50 in 2008-09.

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Titan Hall Of Fame

UDM established its Sports Hall of Fame in 1977 in order to honor those student-athletes, coaches and administrators who have helped develop the successful tradition of Titan Athletics. The Hall of Fame now has 102 members, following the seven latest additions made on Feb. 10, 2007. The 2002 induction dinner was truly one to remember. The inductees included two of the Titans’ former basketball All-Americans, Terry Tyler and John Long – or Thunder and Lightning, as they were affectionately known during their playing days – as well as the 1960 Titan football team as a unit. Additionally, the beautiful new Hall of Fame display in the Calihan Hall lobby was unveiled that night for a crowd which would fill the arena’s main floor during the induction dinner. Long and Tyler were part of one of the winningest eras of Titan basketball, having helped their team to an 86-25 record over their four years combined. They helped the Titans to an NCAA Tournament berth in 1977, and an NIT appearance one year later. Long was the only player ever to lead the Titans in scoring for four straight varsity seasons, and he’s still the second-leading point producer in school history. Tyler,

meanwhile, is the all-time Detroit leader for blocked shots in a game, a season and a career. He is also second in career field goal percentage and sixth in scoring. The pair’s old coach, none other than Dick Vitale, was the keynote speaker at his former players’ induction dinner. The present-day ESPN/ABC telecaster kept the audience captivated for more than an hour with his memories of coaching the Titans. The 1960 football squad became the first team ever to be inducted into the Hall of Fame en masse. That team finished the season 7-2 – the winningest U-D record of the post-World War II era. Two of those victories, over Cincinnati and Xavier, came by shutout. Future pro stars Larry Vargo, Bruce Maher, Steve Stonebreaker and Jerry Gross were all part of the 1960 Titan roster. The most recent induction class included: longtime Titan Athletic Director Brad Kinsman; Earl Cureton, men's basketball; Mary (Lillie) Cicerone, women's basketball; Cindy Crosbie, softball; Cindy Fix, women's soccer; Kal Kaliszewski, men's soccer; and Bonnie (Fitzpatrick) Wood, women's cross country/ track and field. Crosbie, Fix, Kaliszewski and Wood are the first from their respective sports to be inducted into the Titan Hall of Fame.

The 2007 Titan Hall of Fame Induction Class - Cindy Fix, Earl Cureton, Bonnie (Fitzpatrick) Wood, Cindy Crosbie, Brad Kinsman, Kal Kaliszewski and Mary (Lillie) Cicerone - with President Gerard Stockhausen, S.J., and A.D. Keri Gaither

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The All-Time Titan Hall of Fame Induction List Inductee Sport The 1960 Titan Football Team Harry Ackermann Swimming Grady Alderman Football Bob Babbish Golf Chuck Baer Football Coach Vince Banonis Football Ed Barbour Football Player, Coach Al Baumgart Football Joseph Beer Football Paul Bibeau Baseball John Biringer Football Larry Bleach Basketball Lloyd Brazil Football Dad Butler Trainer, Coach Bob Calihan Basketball Dan Cantillon Fencing Pudge Cavanaugh Tennis Mary (Lillie) Cicerone Basketball Earl “Dutch� Clark Football Coach Earl Clark Jr. Tennis Player, Coach Tom Connell Football John Conti Football Frank Corej Baseball Pete Craig Baseball Cindy Crosbie Softball Earl Cureton Basketball Bill Daly Track Coretta Daniels Basketball Dave DeBusschere Basketball Gus Dorais Football Coach Terry Duerod Basketball Dick Dzik Basketball Bill Ebben Basketball Andy Farkas Football George Fefles Basketball Tim Finnin Football Cindy Fix Soccer Al Ghesquiere Football William Giovan Fencing Ralph Goldstein Basketball Nate Goodnow Football Bob Greiner Football Jerry Gross Football Wally Gruber Football, Track Ken Hamann Baseball Spencer Haywood Basketball Fred Hooker Fencing Bob Ivory Football William Kelly Joyce Golf Coach Mike Kaysserian Football Howard Keating Football Kal Kaliszewski Soccer John Kirwan Basketball

Year 2001 1986 1979 1980 1980 1977 1980 1989 1985 1982 1982 1980 1977 1977 1977 1980 1988 2007 1978 1985 1980 1984 1986 1980 2007 2007 1987 1989 1977 1977 1993 1983 1978 1977 1988 1980 2007 1981 1980 1982 1980 1986 1980 1983 1988 1993 1986 1981 1981 1980 1984 2007 1981

Inductee Brad Kinsman Greg Kocab Sam Kocsis Robert Koval Jack Kurkowski Harold Lauer John Long Ed Lukas Dick Lutz Bruce Maher Gene Malinowski Ted Marchibroda James Massey Art Masucci Denny McCotter Pat McDonald Brendan McNamara Bob Miller Cheryl (Williams) Miller Dorie Murrey John Mulroy Charley North Doug Nott Brakie Orr Terry Page Ed Palumbo Bud Payne Richard Perry Walter Poff Mike Polvi Bob Prendergast Al Rappaport Bruce Rodwan Harold Ryan Larry Salci John Shada Tyrone Simmons Steve Stonebreaker Gerry Surowiec Norm Swanson Tom Thornton Bill Turkington Terry Tyler Larry Vargo Dick Vitale Tillie Voss Tom Watrous Mike Walsh Bonnie (Fitzpatrick) Wood Ed Wood Joe Wright Rico Zuccaro

Sport Athletic Director Fencing Golf Football Football Football Basketball Basketball Player, Coach Football Football Football Football Football Football Football Fencing Basketball Baseball Basketball Basketball Administration Basketball Football Baseball Basketball Football Football Fencing Coach Basketball Baseball Baseball Track Basketball Track Basketball Football Player, Coach Fencing Football Fencing Basketball Football Baseball Basketball Football Basketball Coach Football, Basketball Golf Basketball, Baseball Cross Country/Track Football Football/Basketball/Baseball Basketball

Year 2007 1987 1986 1988 1982 1981 2001 1983 1981 1979 1981 1983 1986 1981 1988 1981 1982 1979 2005 1984 2005 2005 1980 1984 1985 1983 1984 1980 1981 1989 1981 1987 1987 1988 1986 1980 1982 1987 1989 1980 1981 1987 2001 1987 1993 1978 1984 1989 2007 1983 1980 1983

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Athletics Mission The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics subscribes wholeheartedly to the University’s mission and core values as expressed in the Jesuit and Mercy traditions. We emphasize the dignity and uniqueness of each person. Valuing the diverse population we serve, we commit our full resources to equal access and opportunity for all. We seek to enhance the reputation and image of the University by fostering a sense of pride and community in students, faculty, alumni, and the general public. Responsible for conducting competitive men’s and women’s athletic programs, the Department is fully committed to impressing upon young student-athletes the values of a college education through attaining a baccalaureate degree. We exercise the same careful attention to the academic progress of student-athletes as we do to their physical conditioning and mental preparation for a game, maintaining thereby a healthy balance between academics and athletics. Whether on the playing field or at the study table, our student-athletes learn that character is formed through discipline, that leadership on a team is the best preparation for leadership in the larger moral and civic spheres in which they will live out the greater part of their lives.

While striving for success is inherent in the philosophy of intercollegiate athletics to which we subscribe, we will never allow the legitimate desire to win to compromise the academic or ethical integrity of our Department. Neither the physical welfare nor the academic success of our student-athletes will ever be sacrificed for the sake of winning a game. Therefore, the primary measure of the Department’s success will be its ability to attract and retain students who succeed both academically and athletically, and whose careers after graduation are a tribute to them and the institution. To those ends, the conduct of the Department’s studentathletes, staff, and coaches shall always remain faithful to the intent and spirit of all applicable rules of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, the Horizon League, and UDM.

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