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2010-11 YE A RBOOK


2010-11 Detroit Titans Basketball

Table Of Contents

Quick Facts:....................................................................2 2010-11 Roster:...............................................................3 2010-11 Schedule: ..........................................................4 Media Information:.........................................................5 Titan Television Package: ...............................................7 Welcome To Detroit: .....................................................10 Calihan Hall:.................................................................15 Basket Ball Offices/Locker Room:.................................17 2010-11 Season Preview: ..............................................20 The Coaching Staff: ......................................................24 The Titans:....................................................................44 Strength & Conditioning:..............................................67 2009-10 Year In Review:................................................70 The Horizon League: ....................................................91 All-Time Award Winners: .............................................94 Titan Record Book: ..................................................... 104 1,000-Point Scorers:.................................................... 111 All-Time Scores: ......................................................... 116 All-Time Series:.......................................................... 130 All-Time Coaching Records:....................................... 132 Post-Season History:................................................... 134 100-Point Games: ....................................................... 139 Retired Jerseys: .......................................................... 140 Did You Know:............................................................. 141 2010-11 Opponents: ................................................... 142 University Of Detroit Mercy Athletics: ........................ 151 University Of Detroit Mercy Viewbook: ...................... 160

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OUR REFERENCE

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.

HEAD COACH RAY MCCALLUM & FRESHMAN RAY MCCALLUM

Please refer to both head coach and current UDM freshman as “Ray McCallum�. While many articles have been published over the years with reference to Ray McCallum Jr., his proper name is the same as his father so Ray McCallum is the correct title for both father and son. Yearbook Credits The 2010-11 Titan Basketball media guide is a publication of the UDM Sports Information Office. Cover Design: Jeff Mitchell Contributers: P.J. Gradowski, Mitch Wigness,Kit Stetzel, Joel Walrath, Mark Engel, Scott Kretzmann, Maggie Walsh Photography: Einstein Photo, Tim Busch, Mike Alberts, Ronald Harper, Mark Cowan, Dan Graschuck, NBA PHOTO, Art Landino, Downtown Detroit Partnership, Bob Campbell, NBAE/Getty Images, UDM Sports Information Staff

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UDM Quick Facts General

Sports Information ..................... 313-993-1745

School ..................................University of Detroit Mercy City ................................................... ............ Detroit, MI Founded ................................................................. 1877 Enrollment ... ....................................................... .. 5,700 Nickname .... .........................................................Titans School Colors ......................... ....... Red, White and Blue Arena ...................... ................................... Calihan Hall Capacity .............................................................. . 8,295 Affiliation...............................................NCAA Division I Conference ........................................... Horizon League Interim President .................................... Michael Joseph

Dir. of Sports Information (MBB Contact) . Mitch Wigness Cell Phone................................................. 313-575-1875 E-Mail Address ................ mitch.wigness@udmercy.edu Assistant SID’s ......................... P.J. Gradowski. Kit Stetzel Sports Information Assistant ........................ Joel Walrath Calihan Hall Press Row Phone ................... 313-993-1750 Sports Information Fax:.............................. 313-993-1765

Titan Athletics ........................... 313-993-1700 Associate V.P. & Athletic Director ..................Keri Gaither Senior Associate A.D. ....................... Daron Montgomery Associate A.D./Business/SWA ..................... Teri Kromrei Assistant A.D for NCAA Compliance ......... Steve Corder Assistant A.D. for Facilities & Special Events...Jeff Latinen Director of Ticket Sales & Fan Experience . Greg Haapala Director of Marketing & Promotions .Brandon Longmeier Dir. of Ticket Operations & Special Events .Emily Vannice Dir. of Development For Athletics & Student Facilities ...... ............................................................ Dennis Carlesso Director of Concessions & Merchandising .Jordan Sames Academics/Asst. Compliance Coordinator ... Amy Paling Assistant Business/Ticket Manager ................ Phuong Le Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities .............. Nic Ryan Equipment Manager ............................... Harvey Theeck Olympic Sports Office Administrator ........... Anita Foster Equipment & Facilities Intern ................. Casey Hornung Athletic Administration Intern .................. Alyssa Starkey Compliance Graduate Assistant .............. Jessica Liebner Graduate Assistant for Academic Services ......Eli Warren Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach . Nick Wilson Strength and Conditioning Assistants........ Adam Gentry, ................................................................... Jacob Tabor Assistant Athletic Trainers ...................Chris Hinderliter, ........................................................... Ashley VanMeter Graduate Assistant Trainer ..............Victoria Vintevoghel Athletic Training Interns... Lorena Carithers Adam Siero Team Physician ............................. Dr. Michael Workings Pep Band Director ..................................... Dean Haddad Cheer Team Coach ................................... Tanya Carper Dance Team Coordinator ..........................Emily Vannice

Basketball Staff ......................... 313-993-1731 Head Coach............................................. Ray McCallum Alma Mater, Year......................................... Ball State ’83 UDM Record (Years) ................................27-37 (2 years) Career Record (Years) ............... 197-186/.514 (13 years) Assistant Coaches .................Carlos Briggs (Baylor ’93), .............................. Jay Smith (Saginaw Valley State ’84), ...........................Derek Thomas (Missouri-St. Louis ’89) Dir. of Basketball Ops .............................. David Saltman Graduate Managers................ .. Mike Faletti, Matt Ryder Asst. Athletic Director for Sports Medicine/ Head Athletic Trainer ...................................Mike Miller Asst. Athletic Director for Strength & Conditioning .................................................. Joe Tofferi

Team Information 2009-10 Record ..................................................... 20-14 2009-10 Conference Record (Finish) .................9-9 (7th) 2009-10 Final Ranking ............................................None 2009-10 Post-Season Tournament ...........................None Starters Returning/Lost .............................................2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ....................................4/8 Newcomers .................................................................. 7

History First Year of Basketball ........................................... 1905 Overall All-Time Record .......................1287-1075 (.545) Overall Horizon League Record..........................193-223 Horizon League Regular Season Championships ......... 2 .............................................. (1998-Tie With UIC, 1999) Horizon League Tournament Championships . 2 (1994, 99) All-Time HL Tournament Record............................ 28-29 NCAA Appearances ..................... 5 (1962, 77, 79, 98, 99) All-Time NCAA Tournament Record .......................... 3-5 Last NCAA Tournament Results ... defeated UCLA, 56-53, ...................................... lost to Ohio State, 75-44 (1999) NIT Appearances.....................6 (1960, 61, 65, 78, 01, 02) All-Time NIT Record .................................................. 5-7 Last NIT Results ....................lost at Dayton, 80-69 (2002)

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2010-11 Titans Roster No. 1 2 3 5 10 20 21 24 32 33 34

Name Chase Simon Chris Blake Ray McCallum Donavan Foster Jason Calliste LaMarcus Lowe Connor Clark John Hoskins Eli Holman Evan Bruinsma Nick Minnerath

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

Ht. 6-6 6-4 6-2 5-11 6-2 6-11 6-6 6-10 6-10 6-8 6-9

Wt. 205 189 183 155 165 207 199 213 259 199 216

Yr./Elg. Sr./Jr. Jr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Jr./Jr So./So Jr./Jr. Fr./Fr. So./So. Sr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Jr./Jr.

Hometown/High School (Previous School) Detroit, MI/Community (Central Michigan) Mobile, AL/LeFlore (Trinity Valley (TX) Community College) Beverly Hills, MI/Detroit Country Day Chicago, IL/Curie Scarborough, ON/Quality Education Academy (NC) Flint, MI/Northwestern (Western Michigan) Jackson, MI/Parma Western Warren, MI/Conner Creek Academy East Richmond, CA/Richmond (Indiana) New Era, MI/Western Michigan Christian Truro, MA/Nauset (Jackson (MI) Community College)

Head Coach: Ray McCallum - Third Season (Ball State ‘83) Assistant Coach: Carlos Briggs - Fourth Season (Baylor ‘93) Assistant Coach: Jay Smith - Third Season (Saginaw Valley State ‘84) Assistant Coach: Derek Thomas -Third Season (Missouri-St. Louis ‘89) Director of Basketball: David Saltman - First Season (St. Andrews College ‘90)

Front Row (L-R): Strength & Conditioning coach Joe Tofferi, Student Manager Bill Hoepner, John Hoskins, Nick Minnerath, Eli Holman, LaMarcus Lowe, Chase Simon, Donavan Foster, Graduate Assistant Manager Mike Faletti, Head Athletic Trainer Mike Miller Back Row (L-R): Assistant coach Carlos Briggs, Director of Basketball Operations David Saltman, Assistant Coach Derek Thomas, Ray McCallum, Jason Calliste, Evan Bruinsma, Connor Clark, Chris Blake, Assistant Coach Jay Smith, Graduate Assistant Matt Ryder, Head Coach Ray McCallum. Not pictured - Student Manager Vince Carr

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2010-11 Schedule Date Day Opponent Location TV Coverage Time October 30 SAT HILLSDALE (Exh.) CALIHAN HALL 4:30 p.m. November 6 SAT LAKE SUPERIOR STATE (Exh.) CALIHAN HALL 4:30 p.m. 13 Sat. at New Mexico Albuquerque, NM 9:30 p.m. 16 Tues. at Syracuse # Syracuse, NY ESPN3.com 7:00 p.m. 19 FRI. INDIANA TECH CALIHAN HALL 7:30 p.m. 22 Mon. at Mississippi State Starkville, MS 8:00 p.m. 26 FRI. ALBANY # CALIHAN HALL 7:30 p.m. 27 SAT. BOWLING GREEN # CALIHAN HALL 7:30 p.m. 28 SUN. NIAGARA # CALIHAN HALL 5:30 p.m. December 1 WED. AKRON CALIHAN HALL 7:00 p.m. 4 SAT. WRIGHT STATE * CALIHAN HALL FOX Sports Detroit Noon 8 Wed. at Western Michigan Kalamazoo, MI 7:00 p.m. 11 Sun. at Eastern Michigan Ypsilanti, MI 2:00 p.m. 18 Sat. at Central Michigan Mount Pleasant, MI ESPNU 7:00 p.m. 22 Wed. at Bradley Peoria, IL 8:05 p.m. 30 THUR. GREEN BAY * CALIHAN HALL 7:00 p.m. January 1 SAT. MILWAUKEE * CALIHAN HALL 1:00 p.m. 6 Thur. at Loyola * Chicago, IL 8:00 p.m. 8 Sat. at UIC * Chicago, IL HL Game of the Week (WADL) 2:00 p.m. 14 FRI. BUTLER * CALIHAN HALL ESPN Family of Networks 7:00/9:00 p.m. 16 SUN. VALPARAISO * CALIHAN HALL FOX Sports Detroit 1:00 p.m. 20 Thur. at Cleveland State * Cleveland, OH 7:30 p.m. 22 Sat. at Youngstown State * Youngstown, OH 7:05 p.m. 28 Fri. at Milwaukee * Milwaukee, WI ESPN Family of Networks 7:00/9:00 p.m. 30 Sun. at Green Bay * Green Bay, WI 2:00 p.m. February 3 THUR. UIC * CALIHAN HALL FOX Sports Detroit 7:00 p.m. 5 SAT. LOYOLA * CALIHAN HALL TBA 7 MON. CLEVELAND STATE * CALIHAN HALL 7:00 p.m. 10 Thur. at Valparaiso * Valparaiso, IN FOX Sports Detroit 8:05 p.m. 12 Sat. at Butler * Indianapolis, IN ESPN2 8:00 p.m. 16 WED. YOUNGSTOWN STATE * CALIHAN HALL 7:00 p.m. 19 Sat. at BracketBuster TBA TBA 25 Fri. at Wright State * Dayton, OH ESPNU 7:00 p.m. March HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS 1 Tues First Round TBA TBA 4 Fri. Second Round TBA TBA 5 Sat. Semi-Finals TBA ESPNU TBA 8 Tues. Championship TBA ESPN 9:00 p.m. * - Horizon League game Home games in BOLD CAPS # - Legends Classic (Game dates and times remain subject to change. All times are Eastern.) ESPN Family of Networks: ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN3.com ALL HOME GAMES AND ROAD CONFERENCE GAMES NOT ON THE ESPN FAMILY OF NETWORKS CAN BE SEEN ON THE HORIZON LEAGUE NETWORKS

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For The Media For Your Information

Broadcasts

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.

The Sports Information Office has installed two 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 Mitch Wigness (S.I.D.) (mitch.wigness@udmercy.edu/313-993-1745) 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.

Working Credentials 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) 993-1765, or e-mail Mitch Wigness (S.I.D.) at mitch. wigness.udmercy.edu Passes not distributed in advance will be held for pickup 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. Game Services 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. A limited number of 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-byplay account will be available following each game in the Media Room. Pre-game refreshments will be served. Wireless internet access is available in the arena. Telephones are also available along press row and in the Media Room. Fax service is available by request only.

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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 post-game 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. Key Phone Numbers (Area Code 313) Men's Basketball Contact .......................... Mitch Wigness Email..................................mitch.wigness@udmercy.edu Cell ............................................................. 313-575-1875 Sports Information Office ................................... 993-1745 S.I.D. Fax............................................................. 993-1765 Athletic Dept./Ticket Office ............................... 993-1700 Calihan Hall Press Row ....................................... 993-1750

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Our Coverage 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

The Daily Tribune 210 E. Third St. Royal Oak, MI, 48068 Beat Writer: Jim Evans Phone: 248-541-3000 Fax: 248-541-7903 UDM Varsity News 4001 W. McNichols Rd. Detroit, MI 48221 Sports Editor: Michael Martinez Phone: 313-993-3300 Fax: 313-993-1120

RADIO 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

Macomb Daily 100 Macomb Daily Dr. Mt. Clemens, MI 48043 Sports Editor: George Pohly Phone: 810-469-4510 Fax: 810-469-2892

WWJ-AM 26495 American Way Southfield, MI 48034 Reporter: Tony Ortiz Phone: 248-455-7200 Fax: 248-423-3376

Michigan Chronicle 479 Ledyard Detroit, MI 48201 Beat Writer: Leland Stein III Phone: 313-963-5522 Fax: 313-963-8788

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

TELEVISION 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 Horizon League Network Horizon League 201 S. Capitol Ave., Suite 500 Indianapolis, IN 46225 Phone: 317-237-5622 Fax: 317-237-5620

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

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Our Television Package

A select number of Titan games are aired on FOX Sports Detroit with former Michigan Sportscaster of the Year Dan Dickerson (left) handling the play-byplay and Titan Hall of Famer Earl Cureton (right) adding the color. The 2010-11 Detroit television package will be right in the thick of things in the Motor City market as the Titans will see four games televised by FOX Sports Detroit, the same station that carries the Detroit Pistons, Tigers and Red Wings. In addition to the four games on FS Detroit, a monthly coaches show will be aired prior to all games as well as rerun throughout each month. The FS Detroit schedule includes three home games and a road contest, all on the cable channel’s primary outlet. The package opens in grand style with UDM taking on Wright State in both school’s conference opener on Dec. 4. FS Detroit will carry the red, white and blue’s home game against Valparaiso on Jan. 16 as well as the road contest against the Crusaders on Feb. 10. Detroit will also have its home game against UIC on Feb. 3 on the regional outlet. The Head Coaches show will be 30 minutes in length and will feature Coach Ray McCallum previewing upcoming games as well as recapping past action. Various features will also be shown profiling the Titan student-athletes.

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Our Television Package Family of Networks Titans To Appear At Least Five Times On ESPN Family Of Networks

on Sat. Feb. 5. ESPN will select which two games to air in mid-January and will decide which game will air on ESPN2 and which game will air on ESPNU.

The Detroit Titans will appear on the ESPN Family of Networks at least six times during the 2010-11 season.

ESPNU will air the HL Men’s Basketball Championship semifinals on March 5, and the men’s Basketball Championship on March 8 at 9 p.m. on ESPN. All games on ESPN and ESPN2 also will be simulcast on ESPN3.com.

Highlighting the Horizon League package will be Detroit’s visit to Butler on Feb. 12. ESPN2 will carry the game that pits the Bulldogs against head coach Ray McCallum and his son and incoming freshman, McDonald’s All-American Ray McCallum. The McCallums also will be featured in another unique game at Central Michigan where CMU head coach Ernie Zeigler welcomes his son and an AAU teammate of Ray McCallum, Trey, onto the roster. ESPNU will air that game on Dec. 18. The League’s ESPNU and ESPN3.com schedule will tip-off with four Friday night double-headers with Butler at Detroit on Jan. 14 and Detroit at Milwaukee on Jan. 28. ESPN3.com will carry the Titans at Syracuse contest Nov. 16, while the last guaranteed game for Detroit on the family of networks will be on Friday, Feb. 25, when the red, white and blue visit Wright State on ESPNU. ESPN2 and ESPNU will also air two wildcard games

About ESPN, ESPNU, ESPN3.com ESPN, Inc., is the world’s leading multinational, multimedia sports entertainment company featuring a portfolio of more than 50 multimedia sports assets. The company comprises six 24-hour domestic television networks (ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNEWS, ESPNU, ESPN Classic, ESPN Deportes) and ESPN 3D, an event-based network. ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU and ESPNEWS HD are simulcast services. Other businesses include ESPN Regional Television, ESPN International (46 networks, syndication, radio, websites), ESPN Radio, ESPN.com, ESPN3.com (broadband sports network) ESPN Mobile Properties, ESPN The Magazine, ESPN Enterprises, ESPN PPV and other growing new businesses, including ESPN on Demand and ESPN Interactive. Based in Bristol, Conn., ESPN is 80 percent owned by ABC, Inc., which is an indirect subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company. The Hearst Corporation holds a 20 percent interest in ESPN.

Titans’ 2010-11 ESPN Schedule Detroit at Butler - Feb. 12 Detroit at Central Michigan - Dec. 18 Detroit at Wright State - Feb. 25

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Detroit at Syracuse - Nov. 16 Detroit vs. Butler- Jan. 14 Detroit at Milwaukee - Jan. 28

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Our Television Package 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 student-athletes 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. Having streamed more than 1,600 free, live events in the last five years, the Horizon League is a recognized leader in video streaming, through the Horizon League Network (HLN). HLN takes viewers inside the conference, featuring student-athlete profiles, weekly highlight shows, comprehensive coverage of all 19 Horizon League championship and other special programming. In 2009-10, HLN experienced unprecedented growth as more than 120,000 unique visitors across 149 countries/territories watched HLN coverage. In merging the HorizonLeagueNetwork. tv and HorizonLeague.org websites, HorizonLeague.com is now the single home of HLN content, bringing all video and informational needs to a single destination.

The Horizon League’s Game of the Week is back for the second year in a row. The Game of the Week airs one Horizon League contest a week during the year, which will appear in most Horizon League TV markets. The Titans will be featured on Jan. 8 when the red, white and blue visit UIC. A chance at another game will be determined later in the year as the ESPN wildcard game scheduled for Feb. 5 will determine whether Loyola at Detroit or Green Bay at Milwaukee will also be aired on HLN.

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 2010-11 academic year. The HLN programming schedule includes: - More than 150 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 - Weekly highlights of men’s and women’s basketball - Viewer ratings of on-demand videos - Special events such as the University of Detroit Mercy commencement ceremony

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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 10 11 Postseason Appearances - 4 HL Players of the Year


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Detroit... • is north of Canada • is home to the world’s only floating post office, the J.W. Westcott II, can be found on the Detroit River • 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 11

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About 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 Village demonstrates how these items were used and how they affected lifestyles.

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About Detroit 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 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, hosted by UDM. The 2008 Stanley Cup Champion Red Wings call Joe Louis Arena home. The NBA Detroit Pistons play in the Palace of Auburn Hills. Two-thirds of a mile across the Detroit River lies Windsor, Ontario, Canada. To celebrate the friendship and independence of the two nations, the International Freedom Festival is held for two weeks each summer, with activities in both countries.

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Detroit’s Final Four “Thanks, Detroit!” That was the resounding theme which echoed throughout the Metro area after North Carolina cut down the nets at Ford Field as the new National Champions, and basketball fans from around the country began their travels home. And, of course, UDM was the host institution for college basketball’s crown jewel event, the Final Four. Among the records set? * The highest attended national semi-final games in Final Four history (72,456) * The highest attended national championship game in Final Four history (72,922) * Highest total Final Four attendance (145,378) * Record attendance at Hoop City (more than 75,000 over four days) * Record attendance over three days at the Big Dance, a series of free concerts along the Riverfront (estimated at 300,000 fans) * A record-breaking number of more than 4,000 youth participants in the Final Four Dribble * A record number in the Road to the Final Four 5k Run/Walk (1,702) Over 1,000 pounds of food was recovered by Forgotten Harvest from 36 Final Four events at 12 venues and donated to six different organizations. A thousand pairs of shoes were donated through the Samaritan’s Feet program and distributed to seven different organizations throughout the Detroit area. Fans donated 2,200 pre- and early-reader books at Final Four Friday, Final Four Dribble, Hoop City and the Road to the Final Four 5K Run/Walk to benefit the Legacy Early Childhood Learning program administered by the United Way of Southeastern Michigan. Additionally, Wilson donated 11,000 basketball jerseys to area youth groups. Local children took advantage of the free YES clinics with 380 participants at Renaissance High School, 200 at Western International High School, and 154 at Joe Dumars Fieldhouse (Shelby Township). “From an NCAA perspective, this has been an outstanding week. In addition to the attendance records we set for the games in Ford Field and the various ancillary events, we have been able to reach out to the community in so many meaningful and diverse ways, Greg Shaheen, NCAA Senior Vice President for Basketball and Business Strategies, said. “It has truly been a rewarding experience for us. Our goal was to have a lasting and positive impact on the Detroit-metro area. We feel we have done that.” Michigan State Coach Tom Izzo: "In closing, I also want to thank the University of Detroit. They are the host school. I don't know, everybody will have their own opinion of Detroit and what happened in this tournament. But if there was a more beautiful setting for a college basketball weekend as far as in this arena, the job that everybody did. I would just like to thank you, take my hat off to 'em."

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Historic Calihan Hall 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.

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 the 200809 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 five 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 Titans all year. The Titan women’s basketball team uses the arena for all of its home contests. UDM hosted the 2000 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

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In 1977, the 8,295-seat facility’s name was changed to Calihan Hall in honor of the Titans’ first basketball All-American, 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 55 years since the opening of Calihan Hall, the Titans have enjoyed a 539-217 (.712) homecourt record, including an 11-5 record in 2009-10.

Calihan Hall Record Book

Points: 63 - Hersey Hawkins, Bradley (vs. Detroit, Feb. 22, 1988) Points (Titan): 49 - Archie Tullos (vs. Bradley, Feb. 22, 1988) Points (Team): 135 - Detroit (vs. CCNY, Feb. 10, 1979) Rebounds: 39 - Dave DeBusschere (vs. Central Michigan, Jan. 30, 1960) Victory Margin: 72 (Detroit 114, Western Ontario 43, Jan. 11, 1964) Attendance: 11,065 (Detroit vs. Marquette, Mar. 4, 1978)

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Getting To Calihan Hall From Metro Airport — Take I-94 east to the Lodge Freeway (M10). 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.

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

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James E. Haas Men’s Basketball Suite 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 completed in January of 2010. New individual offices for head coach Ray McCallum and his assistants, an enhanced reception area, a basketball conference room and a video room were all 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. The new suite includes a large reception area, individual offices for all of the coaches which feature flat screen TV’s for game review and scouting purposes, a conference room and a state of the art video/film basketball operations office. The adjacent Sophia Boone Conference Room was also revamped during the major construction project. “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 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 UDM Athletic Department celebrated the official dedication of the James E. Haas Men’s Basketball Office Suite with a VIP reception in Haas’ honor prior to the Titans’ game against Chicago State. Haas was the lead donor for the ambitious project, which was modeled largely after the newly-renovated women’s basketball offices located in Calihan Hall’s Wolak Olympic Sports Suite. “Jim has truly lived and served in the tradition of St. Ignatius Loyola as a man for others,” UDM athletic director Keri Gaither said. “His generous support, involvement and spirit for both the University and Titan Athletics over the years is greatly appreciated.” Haas, who graduated from U of D in 1951, was later recognized for his outstanding generosity and commitment to service by being named the 2010 recipient of the Fr. Norbert Huetter, S.J. Award. The award is presented by the UDM Athletic Department to those who demonstrate great leadership and service to others.

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Willie Green Men’s Basketball Locker Room

Former Titans coach Perry Watson, Willie Green and former UDM President Fr. Gerard Stockhausen, S.J. unveil the new Willie Green Basketball 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 New Orleans Hornets – 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 Hornets 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 firstclass 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.”

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Willie Green Men’s Basketball Locker Room 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 • 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 fourth-leading scorer in Titan 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 played seven seasons for the 76ers, before being traded to the New Orleans Hornets in the summer of 2010. “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, and the locker room itself went under some changes with new displays in the Chris Weber Hall in honor of Charles Johnson, and the addition of a Titan achievement board that recognizes outstanding basketball players throughout Detroit’s history.

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Season Outlook Newcomers played a big role in the “Titan Turnaround” of 2010 – Detroit posted its first winning record in six years and improved from seven wins in 2009 to 20, the fourth-best jump in Division I last season, according to the NCAA as well as the biggest turnaround in school history – and they’ll play a big role again this winter as third-year head coach Ray McCallum continues to retool his roster with an eye on even bigger and better things in the future. “The returning players are excited to build on the foundation that they set a year ago” said McCallum. “We accomplished a lot last year, but when you are trying to build a championship program, you need to have experience going through the wars of the season and we have that in our returners. As we begin practice, we will need those newcomers to step up like a few guys did last season.” To go with a nationally-ranked recruiting class, the Titans will build around two key veterans who were members of the Horizon League’s 2010 All-Newcomer Team in seniors Chase Simon and Eli Holman. The 6-6 Simon, who transferred from Central Michigan, continued the legacy of great scoring guards at Detroit (Willie Green, Rashad Phillips, Terry Duerod, Joe Kopicki etc.) earned second-team All-Horizon League honors. He led Detroit in scoring at an even 14 points per game, 11th in the conference, which included eight 20-point games and a pair of 30-point explosions. Simon’s signature moment as one of the best scorers in the HL was on Jan. 14, 2010, when the Titans trailed at Milwaukee, 43-42. From there, he went on to score 16-straight points en route to 22 second-half markers and a season-high 33 in UDM’s 81-65 victory.

bpg., including his first 20-point game against Albany. A midseason knee injury hampered his play and forced him to miss three games, but once he was back healthy, Holman showed the league exactly what he could do averaging a double-double (12,5 ppg., 10.0 rpg.) in the Titans final 10 games, and 16.3 points and 11.3 rebounds in leading UDM to the conference semi-finals. “It was really his first year of playing in a couple of years,” said McCallum. “We talk a lot about finishing strong and that is what he did for us last year. He played a big role in making us one of the top defensive teams in the conference and he was a force in the paint on offense as well.” Two other returners are back for Detroit in reserve guard Donavan Foster and forward John Hoskins. Foster saw action in 32 games averaging a little more than 13 minutes per game. The junior showed great improvement as a sophomore recording more assists than turnovers and better shot selection. Hoskins is a big man who appeared in 25 games, but used the year and this summer as a learning curve to get bigger and stronger. “Donavan has been a big part of the turnaround and my expectations are high for him since he is an upperclassmen playing a very important position for us. It is important for him to be a leader and use that experience he has in our system,” added McCallum.

“He is a guy that we know is going to be there every night for us with his consistency and now we are looking for Chase to be a team leader,” said McCallum. He is our most experienced guy at the Division I level and we really need him to lead with his voice and by example.” Meanwhile, the 6-9 Holman, who transferred from Indiana, led the league in three major categories, rebounding (8.9), field goal percentage (.614) and blocked shots (2.5). Holman also garnered All-League accolades as he was named to the AllNewcomer team. He averaged 11.8 points, third on the team, and combined that with low-post play that former Detroit big men like Terry Tyler and Spencer Haywood could be proud of. He collected 11 double-doubles on the season, while recording three or more blocks 14 times. A defensive intimidator, Holman had at least one block in 28 of the 31 games he played. He started the season strong making the immediate impact coach McCallum thought he would as he was tabbed the MVP of the 2K Sports Classic Coaches vs. Cancer Albany subregional after averaging 16.6 ppg., 12.3 rpg., and 2.0

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Detroit’s leading scorer from a year ago with 14.0 ppg., returns in senior Chase Simon.

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Season Outlook Two other members return to the team for their first action as a Titan after sitting out last season. LaMarcus Lowe, a 6-11 center, sat out last season after transferring from Western Michigan. As a freshman during the 2008-09 season, he led the Mid-American Conference in blocks. Jason Calliste, a top Donavan Foster earned the 100 recruit out Dave DeBusschere Most of high school in 2009, will also be Improved Player award back after sitting last season out last season. Calliste is known to have a good touch from the outside as well as the ability to drive inside.

Junior college All-Americans Chris Blake, a 6-5 guard who can score, and Nick Minnerath, a versatile 6-8 forward, also look to play huge roles during the year. Blake averaged 18.9 points, 5.3 rebounds, 2.6 steals and 2.2 assists last at Trinity Valley (TX) Community College. While playing at Jackson (MI) Community College, Minnerath averaged 21.0 ppg., in 2010 to rank 21st on the NJCAA Division II scoring list. He also pulled down a teambest 8.3 rebounds, while shooting 55.6 percent from the field.

“LaMarcus is a defensive presence and we are going to need him to continue what he did at Western Michigan and in practice for us last year,” said McCallum. “Calliste practiced all year with us and his outside game is really going to help.”

The Titans come off a year in which they finished first in the Horizon League in field goal percentage defense (.414) and rebound margin (+4.0), while standing second in field goal accuracy (.459) and third in scoring (.694).

While the returners look to lead the Titans, a strong group of newcomers will see heavy minutes beginning with a point guard who was a McDonald’s and Parade High School All-American and shares the head coach’s name. Ray McCallum, the coach’s 6-1 son, chose to play for his father’s team over offers from programs like Arizona, Florida, Oklahoma and UCLA. In his final prep season, he tallied 22.5 points, 7.5 rebounds and 5.5 assists as he was named the Michigan Class B Player of the Year, while finishing third in the balloting for the state’s Mr. Basketball. He is a proven distributor and scorer who led his high school to the state championship and will make an immediate impact to the Titan backcourt.

Detroit’s schedule features some tough competition as the Titans visit a pair of 30-win teams from a year ago in New Mexico and Syracuse. The Lobos finished the year ranked No. 16 in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll. The Orange ended the year No. 8 in the country and will be the Titans opponent in the regional round of the Legends Classic. Two more teams that earned postseason berths a year ago are also on the slate in Akron (24-11, College Basketball Invitational) and Mississippi State (24-12, National Invitation Tournament).

“Ray is going to have to learn and adapt to the college game just like any freshman,” said coach McCallum. “He is a student of the game. He has grown up in the game his whole life, but he needs to make that adjustment of more physical play and the adjustment of playing defense at this level.”

Two other freshmen will look for minutes in Evan Bruinsma and Connor Clark. Bruinsma has a lot of potential as the Michigan Class D Player of the Year as a senior comes to Detroit after averaging 21.6 points, 10.3 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game in his final high school season. He is a proven winner as he led Western Michigan Christian to three straight Class D state championships, including an impressive performance as a senior when he totaled 25 points, 20 rebounds, five blocks and three steals in the championship game. He brings a good shooting touch from the outside and will only get better as he adds pounds and an inside game to his repertoire. Clark is a walk-on who has shown great work ethic in practice and has good size and skills for a non-scholarship player. “Just like Ray, all of our freshman, and all the newcomers really, will have to adjust to the Division I level,,” said McCallum. “One of the reasons we have a tough non-conference schedule is to get our guys ready for the tough Horizon League and I believe all these guys are capable of improving throughout the season.”

Of course three of the most anticipated regular season games will come against the NCAA runner-up and No. 2 Butler Bulldogs, who Detroit will host on Jan. 14, while visiting Butler for a showdown on ESPN2 on Feb. 12. Another intriguing match-up will be the battle of “Fathers and Sons” as the McCallum’s head north to Mount Pleasant for a contest against head coach Ernie Zeigler, his son Trey Zeigler, and the Central Michigan Chippewas.

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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 ye third season as head men’s basketball th coach at the University of Detroit Mercy. co And he’s absolutely driven to restore the Titans to prominence. th

Guided the biggest turnaround in school history and the fourth best turnaround in the nation in 2010 as the Titans went from 7-23 in his first season to 20-14 in his second year at the helm of the Titan program.

“UDM has a great basketball tradition and I’m glad to be part of the next chapter,” coach an McCallum said. “I recruited in the area throughout my M coaching career and I know the passion for basketball co Detroit fans do possess." De Since arriving in the Motor City, McCallum has quickly turned around the Titan program and has Detroit once again thinking about a Horizon League Championship and post-season bid. In his second season at UDM, McCallum directed the best turnaround in school history leading the Titans to a 20-14 record and a berth in the HL championship semi-finals. The 20 victories marked a 13win improvement from his first season and represented Detroit’s first 20-win campaign since 2001. The 13-win turnaround was also the fourth-best in the nation. For his efforts, the Titan head man was named the Horizon League Coach of the Year by CollegeInsider.com. Under McCallum’s lead, the 2010 Titans raised their

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scoring average by more than 13 points per game over the previous season, and led the Horizon League in field goal percentage defense, three-point field goal percentage defense, rebounding margin and blocked shots. Four Titans earned All-Horizon League status as Chase Simon was tabbed second team All-League as well as to the All-Newcomer team. Eli Holman and Xavier Keeling also received All-Newcomer team accolades and Woody Payne shared the HL Defensive Player of the Year award, the first Titan to ever collect that honor. McCallum’s hard work did not end with the last game of the season. He signed what ranked as one the top recruiting class not only in the Horizon League, but on the “Mid-Major” level, one which includes a McDonald’s and Parade All-American in his son, Ray McCallum.

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Basketball The Way It Ought To Be Coach McCallum was honored with the 2010 Men of Excellence award by the Michigan Chronicle for the team’s outstanding season and his many service projects within the Detroit community. “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 studentathletes 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 was honored in June of 2010 with the 2010 Men of Excellence award by the Michigan Chronicle for the team’s outstanding season and his many service projects within the Detroit community.

“Coach McCallum brought with him all of the 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.”

The award is presented by the acclaimed Detroitbased newspaper to local African-American men who motivate and inspire others through their vision and leadership, exceptional achievements and participation in community service. The honorees chosen represent a diverse group of men who have demonstrated success within their profession or industry and are positive role models whose contributions encourage others. Additionally, the Men of Excellence are committed to a personal code of ethics that demands ownership, responsibility and integrity. They are men who exercise discipline, demonstrate personal conviction and courage. These men are public and private figures who are leaders, motivators, educators, entrepreneurs, corporate executives, civil servants and private citizens. When McCallum was hired in April of 2008, 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 (200104). He took four teams to post-season play during his career at those schools.

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2010-11 Detroit Titans Basketball 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 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. 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 firstround draft picks.

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

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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 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.

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Basketball The Way It Ought To Be 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 (20), who is in her junior year at Michigan State, and a son in current Titan freshman guard Ray Michael (18).

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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 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 Total

Record 16-12 19-11 16-12 16-13 21-8 16-11 22-9 126-76

University of Houston Year 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 Total

Record 9-20 18-15 8-20 9-18 44-73

Post-Season NCAA NIT NCAA

Post-Season NIT

University of Detroit Mercy Year 2008-09 2009-10

Record 7-23 20-14

Overall Record: 197-186

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Coach McCallum shakes hands with California head coach Mike Montgomery prior to the Titans-Golden Bears’ match-up in the 2K Sports Classic benefiting Coaches vs. Cancer in 2009.

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Coach McCallum’s Pro Players Ray McCallum has recruited and coached 10 studentathletes who have gone on to play at the highest level – in the NBA. In addition, numerous other players under McCallum’s watch have moved onto the professional ranks either overseas or in other professional leagues in the US, including five Titans in his two years in Detroit. 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 Eric Gordon L.A. Clippers, 2009

Rawle Marshall Fort Worth (NDBL), 2006 Indiana, 2007 Andre Owens Utah, 2006 Anaheim (NDBL), 2007 Indiana, 2008 Theron Smith Memphis, 2004 Charlotte, 2005

Bonzi Wells Portland, 1999-03 Memphis, 2004-05 Sacramento, 2006 Houston, 2007-08 New Orleans, 2008 D.J. White Oklahoma City, 2009

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McCallum On Campus And In The Community (Left) Coach McCallum talks at a local high school about what it takes to play collegiate sports. Below, coach helps the Titan strength & conditioning departments’s fundraiser, Cardio for a Cause, in 2010.

(Above) Coach McCallum talks to Titan students about the importance of being involoved in Titan athletics and coming out to support the team at the First UDM Field Day. On the right, coach gets to show off his skills in another sport throwing out the first pitch at a Tigers games.

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McCallum With The Alums (Left) Coach McCallum along with his son, Ray McCallum, and former Titan head coach and Athletic Director Dick Vitale.

(Right) Coach McCallum with Titan great Spencer Haywood. At the bottom, McCallum poses for a team picture with some former alums who came back on homecoming weekend for an alumni game.

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McCallum Coaches Clinics Head coach Ray McCallum and his staff have put together a great clinic for coaches since they arrived in the Motor City. On September 25, 2010, UDM hosted the Third Annual Detroit Titans Basketball Coaches Clinic at the Palace of Auburn Hills. “I remember attending these clinics when I was a young coach and how much I got out of them. The coaches were outstanding and I really believe everyone who attended will leave here having learned more about the game of basketball,” said McCallum. Besides the Titan head coach, the clinic was highlighted with great presentations by Detroit Pistons head coach John Kuester as well as his assistant coach Pat Sullivan, current ESPN Analyst Fran Fraschilla, Milwaukee Bucks assistant coach Kelvin Sampson and Miami University (Ohio) head coach Charlie Coles. All of the coaches covered a specific topic on the day such as building secondary offense by Kuester, skill development and offensive and defensive drills by Fraschilla and building team toughness with coach Sampson. “I think it’s great for coaches to get together and learn from each other,” added Kuester. The coaches were assisted by student-athletes from Detroit and Windsor to give all the attendees live demonstrations of all the skills and techniques that were presented. There was also a Q & A with each coach after their topic.

(Top) Head coach Ray McCallum poses for a picture with ESPN Analyst and former Division I head coach Fran Fraschilla. On the left, McCallum gets together with Detroit Pistons head coach John Kuester and assistant coach Pat Sullivan.

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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

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 249-39 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.

season. The 2010-11 season is Briggs’ fourth overall at the University. His primary responsibilities include working with the Titan guards along with off-campus recruiting and scouting of future basketball opponents. His work can be seen with three guards who have earned All-Horizon League honors since he came to Detroit. Jon Goode was named to the All-HL second team in 2008 after leading the team in scoring at 19.3 ppg. Chase Simon was a second team All-League and AllNewcomer selection in 2010 after topping Detroit with 14.0 ppg., while Woody Payne became the first player in school history to earn the conference’s Defensive Player of the Year.

Briggs was named the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan Coach of the Year in 2002. He was also a three-time 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 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 AllRegion players, 14 All-State players and 23 All-Conference 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.

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Basketball The Way It Ought To Be 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 198485 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.

Coach Briggs alongside Detroit native and former NBA Rookie of the Year and No. 1 overall draft pick Derrick Coleman.

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Assistant Coach Jay Smith Now in his third season on Ray McCallum’s coaching staff, assistant coach Jay Smith has brought a wealth of basketball experience with him to UDM. Smith works with the Titans post players as well as scouting future opponents and coordinating the playing schedule. “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’ll bring state-wide recognition with him to our school.

In his last college assignment, Smith coached Central Michigan for nine years and was named Mid-American Conference Coach of the Year after leading CMU to regular season titles 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 Tournament game over 15thranked Creighton. CMU was 95-160 in nine seasons under Smith. The 95 victories rank fourth in Chippewas history while the nine seasons rank as the school’s fourth-longest coaching tenure.

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’s produced MAC Champions and he’s developed pro prospects. That’s going to make him a great addition to our first staff. He’s going to work with our big guys. 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,” coach McCallum added. “So you know he’s going to work with our big guys, too.” Since coming to UDM, Smith has helped a pair of Titans earn conference honors in center Eli Holman and forward Xavier Keeling, who were both selected to the All-Horizon League Newcomer team in 2010.

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Basketball The Way It Ought To Be 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 All-MAC honors, one second-team award, eight honorable mention selections and five MAC All-Freshman Team picks. Smith was also head coach at Grand Valley State for one season – compiling a 23-6 record and guiding the Lakers to a GLIAC Championship in 1997 – and served on the staff at Kent State from 1984-89, and at Michigan from 1989 to ’96. 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 (11) and daughter Cazzi Renee (6).

The Smith Family (from L-R) - Cooper, Jay, Cazzi Renee, Tymi and Muggs.

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Assistant Coach Derek Thomas Ray McCallum added a seasoned veteran to his UDM staff when he hired Derek Thomas as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator in 2008. Thomas is regarded as one of the best recruiters and basketball minds around and brought a wealth of experience with him to Detroit. This season will mark his third year on the sidelines for Detroit. In April of 2010, Thomas was ranked the top men’s basketball assistant coach at a Division I mid-major school by Hoop Scoop, a college basketball publication and web site. Only two other Horizon League assistants appeared on Hoop Scoop’s annual Top 50 list for 2010.

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 Hughes, the 1998 national Freshman of the Year now playing for the New York Knicks, and center Joel

Thomas was part of a 2010 staff that directed one of the best turnarounds in the nation as well as the best one-year improvement in school history as the Titans vaulted from a 7-23 record in 2009 to a sparkling 20-14. He 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.”

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Basketball The Way It Ought To Be 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 in 2008, 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 currently a secondary coach for the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs. The elder Thomas enjoyed a 13-year playing career with the 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 (13), Samantha (11), Jade (9) and Shane (7).

The Thomas Family - (Back from L-R) - Julie, Bailey, Samantha, Derek, (Botton from L-R) - Jade and Shane.

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Dir. of Basketball Operations David Saltman is in his first year at Detroit and will serve as the Titan Director of Basketball Operations. A veteran of both the collegiate and high school scene, Saltman is no stranger to head coach Ray McCallum after serving as his video coordinator at Houston during the 2003-04 season. After that, he worked as a graduate manager for two seasons at Illinois State (2004-06). His first collegiate coaching stop came as an assistant at Elon from 2002-03, where he handled film exchange, coordinated official visits of new recruits, assisted in recruiting, individual workouts and on-floor coaching. During that time, he helped guide the Phoenix to a second-place finish in the Big South Conference with two players earning Big South All-Freshman Team honors.

where he helped guide the team to a 27-5 record, the best in school history, and the semi-finals of the Class 4A state championship. A graduate of St. Andrews College in Laurinburg, N.C., Saltman earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education in 1990. He was a three-year letterman in basketball and led St. Andrews in scoring (18.5), 3-point field goal percentage (53.4) and free-throw percentage (90.3) as a senior. He started his collegiate career at Polk Community College as a walk-on before earning a scholarship in the second semester. He is married to the former Denise Wertz and the couple has a three-year old son, Benjamin.

“I think it’s always great when you can add people to your staff that you are familiar with and understand your expectations,” said McCallum. “David has a great background in the game and he brings with him a lot of experience to the position.” He spent the last four years coaching high school with two as the head coach at Lake Region in Florida (200608). He led the Thunder to a district championship and regional runner-up in 2007 and a district title appearance in 2008. He helped mentor current Division I player Marcus Capers of Washington State as he was named second team All-Polk County as a sophomore and Polk County News Chief All-Area Player of the Year as a junior. He took a year off of coaching but got right back on the bench during the 2009-10 campaign as an assistant coach at Auburndale in Florida, a program that he once coached for six years in the late 1990’s twice winning 20 games, with his 1998-99 squad ranked No. 2 in the state. Under his direction, he produced two first team All-State selections in Tyrhon Crawford and Theron Smith. Smith would sign with Ball State under McCallum and later played in the NBA with the Memphis Grizzlies and the Charlotte Bobcats. Saltman began his coaching career as an assistant coach at Haines City High School in Florida in 1995-96,

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Support Staff Mike Faletti is in his third year as a graduate manager with the men’s basketball team. A veteran on the staff now, he assists the Detroit coaching staff with pre- and 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, Faletti has spent the last 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. 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 degree in history at UDM. Matt Ryder joined the Detroit Titans men’s basketball staff as a graduate assistant coach in July of 2010. At Detroit, he will assist the program in a variety of capacities, including film exchange and video, academic performance and office administration. Ryder is no stranger to head coach Ray McCallum as he was a team manager at Indiana for three seasons (2005-08), the last two with McCallum as an assistant coach at IU. For the Hoosiers, Ryder assisted in film exchange, practice preparation and daily office administration, helping the team to a 21-win campaign and a second round appearance in the NCAA Tournament in 2007. Last year, Ryder was a graduate manager at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, helping the staff with a variety of duties. The 49ers went on to win 19 games, including posting a 9-1 record to start the year, the school’s best start in 18 years, with wins over top 25 teams Louisville and Temple. A native of Boca Raton, FL, Ryder lettered in football and basketball at Boca Raton High School. He graduated from Indiana with a bachelors degree in marketing and he is currently pursuing his masters at UDM in Education Administration. Stacey Barnes is in her 10th year working in the University of Detroit Mercy’s athletic department and her sixth year as the men’s basketball office manager. She is responsible for the day-to-day administration of the office, including helping to coordinate travel and schedules for all coaches. Barnes and her husband, Gary, reside in Goodrich and have three children, David, Sarah and Maribeth, all of whom graduated from UDM.

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Support Staff Michael Miller, a 1995 graduate of Ball State with a degree in athletic training, was named the Director of Sports Medicine/Head Athletic Trainer in August of 2006. He was promoted to Assistant AD for Sports Medicine in June, 2010. Prior to UDM, Miller was an associate athletic trainer for eight seasons at Notre Dame where he worked primarily with women’s basketball, cross country and football. Before his stint in South Bend, IN, Miller was a graduate assistant trainer at Eastern Michigan, where he worked with the football team and coordinated athletic rehabilitation, while completing his master’s degree in exercise physiology. While at Ball State, he worked with the men’s volleyball, women’s track and field, football and baseball teams. In 1995, Miller helped the home event coverage for the Richmond (Ind.) Roosters minor league baseball team. He also served an internship in 1994 with the NFL’s New England Patriots, and later did a clinical rotation with Muncie Central High School and Central Indiana Sports Medicine. A native of LaGrange, IN, Miller and his wife Michelle have three sons: Spencer, Conner and Parker. Joe Tofferi joined the Athletic Department staff in August of 2006 to serve as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Titans and he was promoted to Assistant AD for Strength and Conditioning in June 2010. Certified as a strength and conditioning specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association since 2002, Tofferi possesses a pair of degrees from Western Michigan. He earned his bachelor’s in exercise science in 2004 and was awarded his master’s in exercise physiology two years later. Before coming to Detroit, Tofferi worked as a graduate assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at WMU. His duties included serving as the head strength and conditioning coach for women’s gymnastics, men’s tennis, and women’s tennis. Tofferi coached teams captured four conference championships in his two years. Prior to serving as a graduate assistant, Tofferi worked for a pair of seasons as a student intern, directed the conditioning program for the 2004 National Champion synchronized skating team and the 2005 Mid-American Conference Champion women’s tennis team. Former All-Horizon League selection Eli Warren is in his first year as an Athletic Academic Graduate Assistant. In his new role, Warren will provide academic study table assistance, coordinate tutoring programs, and assist in monitoring academic progress of studentathletes, with an emphasis on men’s and women’s basketball. Warren spent the last four years as an assistant coach at Pensacola State College, where he handled the Pirates’ recruiting coordination in addition to his coaching and scouting duties. He also served in an administrative capacity at the college as a dorm supervisor. A two-year starter for UDM from 2002-2004, Warren led the team to back-to-back 18-win seasons as well two-straight trips to the HL championship semi-finals. He was named to the HL All-Newcomer Team as a junior after averaging 11.4 points and 4.9 rebounds per game and then received second team All-League honors as a senior after leading the Titans in scoring (11.6). After his time at Detroit, he went on to play professionally in Ireland and Germany before heading to the sidelines. Warren graduated from Detroit in 2004 with a degree in History and will now pursue his masters in psychology. He is married to his wife, Kristin, and has three daughters, Santiya (10), Reagan (4) and Ashlan (1).

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Chase Simon #1 • Sr./Jr • Guard 6-6 • 205 Detroit, MI/Community A senior who has two years of eligibility left. A Horizon League Player of the Year Candidate All-Horizon League Second Team & All-Newcomer Team Selection in 2010 2009-10 An immediate impact performer in his first year in a Titan uniform, Simon was named to the All-Horizon League Newcomer team as well as second team All-Conference…Led the Titans in scoring at 14.0 points per game, 11th in the league, earning him the John R. Kirwan Leading Scorer Award…He was also second on the squad in rebounding (5.1) and assists (2.5)…In HL action, Simon was third in scoring (15.6), and tied for 11th in rebounding (5.4)…Had two double-doubles on the year and scored in double figures 26 times, with eight 20+ point games…Also had a pair of 30-point outings...An all-around player, he had five or more rebounds 20 times and handed out four or more assists five times…Twice named the HL Player of the Week…Poured in a career-high 33 points, including 22 in second half, and a career-best 12 boards for his first double-double at Milwaukee…The 33 against the Panthers was the third highest scoring output in the HL on the year and the highest in league play, while his 15 made field goals in the game topped all conference peers…That performance came after a team-high 24-point, five rebound effort at Green Bay and led him to his first POW accolade… Would get the award again as well as the National Jesuit Player of the Week by the Jesuit Basketball Spotlight after averaging 25 points and 7.5 rebounds in two games against UIC (second career double-double with 20 points and 10 boards) and Loyola (30 points, five rebounds and three assists)…Tallied a team-high 24 points in Horizon League’s first round at Valparaiso...In the regular season against the Crusaders, he posted 20 points, 18 in the second half, and six rebounds at the ARC…Scored 23 points with six rebounds versus Butler…Set a career best with seven assists against Robert Morris and matched that at Michigan…Recorded a career-high five steals against the Colonials…Scored 22 points, hitting 5-of-9 from three, against Western Michigan…Led the team with 17 points in his Titan debut against #12 Cal… Earned the Dad Butler Award for determination in recovering from an athletic injury at the annual UDM President’s Athletic and Academic Honors Luncheon.

Simon’s Career Highs Points:….. ............33 (at Milwaukee 1/14/10) Rebounds: ...........12 (at Milwaukee 1/14/10) Assists:…....7 (2x, last at Michigan 12/13/09) Steals:….........5 (vs. Robert Morris 11/20/09) Blocks:….. .. 1 (7x, last vs. Green Bay 3/5/10)

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Basketball The Way It Ought To Be 2008-09 Sat out the season due to NCAA transfers rules. COLLEGE Simon played 24 games at Central Michigan in 2007-08, 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. PREP CAREER 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. PERSONAL Son of Denise Simon and Leroy Williams...List 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... A communications major.

Simon’s Career Stats HORIZON LEAGUE Year GP-GS FG-FGA PCT 3FG-3FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO A TO BLK STL 2009-10 18-18 101-240 .421 26-72 .361 53-79 .671 281 15.6 20 78 98 5.4 46-2 38 58 3 20 OVERALL Year GP-GS FG-FGA 2007-08* 24-3 40-95 2009-10 34-33 170-423 Career 58-36 210-518 * at Central Michigan

PCT 3FG-3FGA PCT FT-FTA .421 6-28 .214 12-23 .402 49-146 .336 88-138 .405 55-174 .316 100-161

PCT PTS AVG OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO .522 98 4.1 13 22 35 1.5 37 -1 .638 477 14.0 43 130 173 5.1 77-2 .621 575 9.9 56 152 208 3.5 114-3

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Eli Holman #32 • Sr./Jr • Center/Forward 6-10 • 259 Richmond, CA/Richmond A senior who has two years of eligibility left. A Horizon League Player of the Year & Defensive Player of the Year Candidate Horizon League All-Newcomer Team Selection in 2010 2009-10 Named to the All-Newcomer Team and was honored with the Norm Swanson Top Newcomer Award as well as the Larry Doyle Most Dedicated Titan accolade at the annual team banquet…Averaged 11.8 points, third on the team, and a team and HL best 8.9 rebounds per game…Had 11 double-doubles on the season and was in double figures in scoring 22 times, while pulling down double digits in rebounds 12 times and recorded three or more blocks 14 times…He was the conference leader in two single game statistics with his six blocks against Shawnee State and at Loyola and his 18 rebounds vs. Milwaukee…His 2.5 blocks per game led the Horizon League and was third in school history, while his 77 total blocks were the fourth most in a single season in UDM annals… Had at least one block in 28 of the 31 games he has appeared in and ranked 22nd in the country in blocks and 48th in rebounds… Also led the conference with a .614 field goal percentage, third in Titan history…His 18-rebound performance was tied for the eighth highest in the nation and was the most by a Titan since Terrell Riggs collected 19 against Wyoming on Nov 28, 2001…Really came on at the end of the year averaging a double-double with 12.5 ppg., and 10.0 rpg., which includes four double-doubles against Milwaukee, at Cleveland State, at Valparaiso and against Green Bay, in the Titans’ last 10 games…Averaged 16.3 points and 11.3 rebounds in the HL Tournament… Picked up his 11th double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds in the conference championships second round victory over Green Bay…Posted a career-high 21 points and 15 boards at Valpo in first round win…Netted 14 points, seven rebounds and five blocks against Eastern Michigan…Tallied 13 points and a career-high 18 caroms vs. Milwaukee and tied career mark with six blocks at

Holman’s Career Highs Points:….. ...............21 (at Valparaiso 3/2/10) Rebounds: ..........18 (vs. Milwaukee 2/13/10) Assists:…................ 4 (vs. Valparaiso 1/8/10) Steals:…........ 3 (vs. Shawnee State 12/28/09) Blocks:….. .......... 6 (2x, last at Loyola 1/2/10)

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Basketball The Way It Ought To Be Loyola along with scoring 14 points and posting seven rebounds…Registered six blocks, 13 points and 15 boards versus Shawnee State…Missed three games due to an injury and returned to action to bucket 17 points at Michigan…Named MVP of the 2K Sports Classic Coaches vs. Cancer Albany subregional after averaging 16.6 ppg., 12.3 rpg., and 2.0 bpg., including his first 20-point game against Albany…Scored 15 points and corralled seven rebounds at No. 12 California in his Titan debut. 2008-09 Sat out the season due to NCAA transfers rules. 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 ppg and 1.7 rpg… 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. PREP CAREER 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. PERSONAL Son of Kaylynn and DeVaughn Trotter...Has four siblings...Majoring in communications.

Holman’s Career Stats HORIZON LEAGUE Year GP-GS FG-FGA PCT 3FG-3FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO A TO BLK STL 2009-10 16-16 63-110 .573 0-0 .000 33-51 .647 159 9.9 44 90 134 8.4 57-2 16 31 39 5 OVERALL Year GP-GS FG-FGA PCT 3FG-3FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO A TO BLK STL 2007-08* 6-0 2-8 .250 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 6 1.0 5 5 10 1.7 7-0 1 3 3 1 2009-10 31-31 145-236 .614 0-0 .000 76-120 .633 366 11.8 95 182 277 8.9 101-2 23 69 77 17 Career 37-31 147-244 .602 0-0 .000 78-124 .629 372 10.0 100 187 287 7.7 108-2 24 72 80 18 * at Indiana

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Donavan Foster #5 • Jr./Jr • Guard 5-11 • 155 Chicago, IL/Curie

2009-10 Tabbed the Dave DeBusschere Most Improved Player at the annual men’s basketball banquet after the guard was one of the top Titan reserves…Played in 32 games, missing two due to a concussion… Averaged 4.2 ppg., but the difference could be seen in his play as he had more assists than turnovers on the year, and improved his shooting from 32 percent as a freshman to 41 percent in his sophomore campaign, which included his 3-point field goal percentage going from 21 percent to 44 percent… Recorded a season-high 11 points against Tennessee State… Pulled down a careerhigh eight rebounds at Milwaukee…Scored nine points and came away with a career-high five assists and a season-best three steals vs. Chicago State…Tallied seven points versus Wright State… Had nine points in just 12 minutes off the bench at Green Bay… Scored 10 points with three assists at UIC…Had seven points and tied his careerhigh with four assists versus BGSU…Notched eight points in back-to-back home wins against Youngstown State and Cleveland State. 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 ppg., 1.2 rpg., and 1.1 apg…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 scoring a career-high 15 points and tallying four steals at DePaul…Had his third double figure 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 season-best four assists against Youngstown State…Was 4-of-6 for nine points in a BracketBuster match-up at Tennessee State.

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Foster’s Career Highs Points:….. ................ 15 (at DePaul 11/26/08) Rebounds: .............8 (at Milwaukee 1/14/10) Assists:…...........5 (vs. Chicago State 2/8/10) Steals:….....................4 (at DePaul 11/26/08) Blocks:….. ..........1 (vs. Saint Louis 11/29/08)

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Basketball The Way It Ought To Be PREP CAREER The lone product on the roster from the Windy City of Chicago… Signed with UDM in November of 2007, prior to the start of his senior season in high school… A four-year letterwinner at Chicago Curie under coach Larry Wallace… A two-time all-city, allconference 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. PERSONAL Son of Anegela and Lovell Foster...Lists Derrick Rose as the best athlete he has ever played against...Hobbies include playing video games and sleeping… A two-year member of the University of Detroit Mercy Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)...A Liberal Arts and Sciences major.

HORIZON LEAGUE Year GP-GS FG-FGA 2008-09 18-4 20-64 2009-10 16-0 27-59 Career 34-4 47-123

Foster’s Career Stats PCT 3FG-3FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO A TO BLK STL .313 2-21 .096 13-18 .722 55 3.1 3 22 25 1.4 29-0 21 20 1 8 .458 9-16 .563 16-21 .762 79 4.9 6 28 34 2.1 18-0 18 12 0 13 .382 11-37 .297 29-39 .743 134 3.9 9 50 59 1.7 47-0 39 32 1 21

OVERALL Year GP-GS FG-FGA PCT 3FG-3FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO A TO BLK STL 2008-09 29-12 40-123 .325 10-47 .213 25-32 .781 115 4.0 6 28 34 1.2 53-0 34 37 3 17 2009-10 32-0 46-111 .414 13-29 .448 29-44 .659 134 4.2 12 41 53 1.7 38-0 42 37 0 23 Career 61-12 86-234 .368 23-76 .303 54-76 .711 249 4.1 18 69 87 1.4 91-0 76 74 3 40

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John Hoskins #24 • So./So. • Forward 6-10 • 213 Warren, MI/Conner Creek Academy East 2009-10 Saw action in 25 games, all off the bench…Scored his first collegiate point on a free throw at No. 12 Cal in the season opener…Collected two rebounds against Western Michigan… Added four points from the free throw line and came up with his first career block against Alcorn State…Scored four points, once again all from the free throw line, against Tennessee State… Put in his first collegiate bucket with a pair of field goals against Bowling Green…Swatted away two shots against Shawnee State…Came away with two blocks, two points and a pair of boards against Chicago State. PREP CAREER 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 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 AllMacomb County (all classes)…Played for his dad, John Hoskins Sr. at Warren Conner Creek Academy. PERSONAL Son of Rachelle Coady and John Hoskins Sr...Has three brothers...Chose Detroit because of the team atmosphere...A health professions major.

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Hoskins’ Career Highs Points:….. ....... 4 (3x, last vs. BGSU 12/19/09) Rebounds: . 2 (5x, last vs. Chicago St. 2/8/10) Assists:…...... 1 (vs. Shawnee State 12/28/09) Steals:…........ 1 (vs. Shawnee State 12/28/09) Blocks:….. . 2 (2x, last vs. Chicago St. 2/8/10)

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HORIZON LEAGUE Year GP-GS FG-FGA PCT 3FG-3FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO A TO BLK STL 2009-10 12-0 0-0 0.000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 0 0.0 0 3 3 0.2 4-0 0 3 1 0 OVERALL Year GP-GS FG-FGA PCT 3FG-3FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO A TO BLK STL 2009-10 25-0 4-16 .250 0-0 .000 11-20 .550 19 0.8 7 8 15 0.6 17-0 1 7 6 1

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LaMarcus Lowe #20 • Jr./Jr. • Forward/Center 6-11 • 207 Flint, MI/Northwestern

2009-10 Sat out the 2009-10 season under NCAA transfer rules. PRIOR TO DETROIT As a freshman at Western Michigan during the 2008-09 season, Lowe led the MAC with 48 blocked shots, three of which came against the Titans when the two teams squared off…For the year, Lowe played in 28 games, averaging 2.0 points and 3.2 rebounds…He posted game highs of eight points and nine rebounds against Toledo… His seven blocks vs. EMU tied a school record, and he rejected at least three shots in eight games. PREP CAREER Averaged 12 points, 10 rebounds and seven blocks as a senior in high school under coach David Bush...Was ranked as the No. 9 senior in Michigan by Prep Spotlight and the No. 1 senior center in Michigan by Bankhoops. com... Played one game at Vincennes (Ind.),a junior college, before transferring to WMU...Cousin of former NBA player Eddie Robinson,who saw action with the Charlotte Hornets and the Chicago Bulls during his fiveyear career (1999-04). PERSONAL Son of Kamala Lowe and Keth Blount...Has four siblings... Hobbies include playing video games and spending time with family...List his greatest thrill in sports as being able to travel to different places...A computer and information sciences major.

Lowe’s Career Highs Points:….. ...................8 (vs. Toledo 1/14/09) Rebounds: ..................9 (vs. Toledo 1/14/09) Assists: ..1 (3x, last at Eastern Michigan 1/24/09) Steals: ......... 2 (2x, last vs. Ball State 3/4/09) Blocks:….. .. 7 (at Eastern Michigan 1/24/09)

Lowe’s Career Stats

HORIZON LEAGUE Year GP-GS FG-FGA PCT 3FG-3FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO A TO BLK STL N/A OVERALL Year GP-GS FG-FGA PCT 3FG-3FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG OFF DEF TOT AVG PF-FO A TO BLK STL 2008-09* 28-6 15-50 .300 0-0 .000 25-38 .658 55 2.0 24 66 90 3.2 66-2 3 24 48 10 * at Western Michigan

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Jason Calliste #10 • So./So. • Guard 6-2 • 165 Scarborough, ON/Quality Education Academy (NC) 2009-10 Did not participate in any games as he was enrolled in school meeting NCAA requirements…A member of the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. PRIOR TO DETROIT Calliste comes to Detroit after attending Quality Education Academy in Winston-Salem, NC, under coach Issac Pitts...As a senior, he averaged 24 points and 11 assists per game for the Fighting Pharoahs, 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. PERSONAL Son of Carol and Jude Calliste Sr...Enjoys writing, listening to music and watching television...Lists Gregg Oden and Mike Conley Jr., as the best athletes he has played against...Undecided on major.

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Chris Blake #2 • Jr./Jr. • Guard 6-4 • 189 Mobile, AL/LeFlore

PRIOR TO DETROIT A scoring guard who signed with ACC member Florida State out of high school before enrolling in junior college… Coming off a great sophomore season at Trinity Valley (TX) Community College, coached by Pat Smith, in which he was named third team NJCAA Division I All-American as well as first team All-Region and All-Conference…Averaged 18.9 points, 5.3 rebounds, 2.6 steals and 2.2 assists last season….Also shot 48 percent from the floor while helping the Cardinals to a 23-9 record and an appearance in the NJCAA Region IV tournament semi-finals…Tabbed as the No. 5 guard and the No. 18 overall junior college player in the nation by JucoJunction.com heading into his sophomore season…Spent his freshman year at Connors State College (OK), where he averaged 14.0 points and 5.6 rebounds per game, while helping the team to a 28-9 record and a Bi-State East Conference and the Region 2 Conference championship…The Cowboys also placed fourth at the NJCAA Division I National Tournament. PREP CAREER Played at LeFlore High School under coach Otis Hughley... Led LeFlore to a Class 6A state championship and earned All-State first team honors during his senior season in 2007…A four-year starter, Blake led the Rattlers to a 125-16 overall record during his career and a No. 14 national ranking by USA Today with a 32-3 record during his senior season… In winning the state championship, LeFlore was the No. 1 ranked 6A team in the state for the entire season and went wire-to-wire to become the state champions… He averaged 21.0 points and 6.0 assists in his final campaign earning All-State and Player of the Year honors in the City of Mobile by the Press Register…He was also a finalist and was the runner-up for Mr. Basketball honors in the state…Selected to a pair of All-Tournament teams at two different events during his senior season and was a starter in the Alabama-Mississippi All Star game... Named the National Player of the Week by USA Today after scoring a career high 41 points in only 21 minutes in the Area 4 Championship game…He also guided LeFlore to the state championship tournament semi-finals during his sophomore and junior year. PERSONAL Son of Carmen Conner...Lists winning a state championship as his biggest thrill in sports...A Liberal Arts major.

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Nick Minnerath #34 • Jr./Jr. • Forward 6-9 • 216 Truro, MA/Nauset

PRIOR TO DETROIT An athletic forward who comes to Detroit by way of Jackson (MI) Community College, the school’s first Division I signee since bringing back the basketball program in 2006…Played for coach Steve Finamore... Capped off an impressive two-year career at Jackson by being named a NJCAA Division II third team AllAmerican… In his final season at JCC, he finished 19th in the nation in points per game (21.0), 16th in free throw percentage (82 %) and 15th in blocks per game (2.24)…A 1,000-point scorer at the JUCO level, he also earned back-to-back Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) All-Region honors as well as first team All-Western Conference accolades…Named the Western Conference’s Player of the Year in 2010, a year after he was the runner-up for the award as a freshman after averaging 22.8 points and 9.1 rebounds, including setting the school record with 37 points in a game… Selected to the MCCAA all-star game and was named the game’s MVP netting 17 points in just 24 minutes of action… Accomplished all that while recording a 3.275 GPA, earning an Associate Degree in General Studies. PREP CAREER In high school, earned two letters in basketball at Nauset in North Eastham, MA…Played sparingly as a junior and just two games in his final season before breaking his leg and missing the rest of his prep career. PERSONAL Son of Marie Scott and Michael Minnerath...Has a twin sister...His hobbies include lifting weights, listening to music and going to the beach...A communications major.

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Ray McCallum #3 • Fr./Fr. • Guard 6-2 • 183 Beverly Hills, MI/Detroit Country Day PREP CAREER Played his last two years of high school at Detroit Country day under coach Kurt Keener...The son of UDM head coach Ray McCallum and one of the most highly-recruited players in school history, as well as in the country, yielding scholarship offers from Arizona, Florida, Oklahoma and UCLA ... Earned national accolades in being named to the McDonald’s and Parade All-American Teams in 2010…Averaged 22.5 points, 7.5 rebounds and 5.5 assists as a senior and was named to the Detroit Free Press’ and Detroit News’ All-State Dream Teams…Also honored as the Class B Player of the Year, while finishing third in the balloting for Michigan’s Mr. Basketball…As a senior in the state championship game, he led the Yellowjackets to a state title scoring 32 points, 25 in the first half, along with grabbing eight rebounds and coming away with seven steals in a lopsided 71-47 victory over Lansing Sexton… Netted four points, pulled down two boards and had three assists, with no turnovers, and a steal at the 2010 McDonald’s All-American game, and finished second in the slam dunk contest at the POWERADE Jam Fest…A consensus top 50 player in high school, McCallum was ranked as the No. 5 guard and the No. 17 overall recruit in the nation by ESPN, five stars, No. 6 guard and No. 23 overall by Scout. com and four stars, 43rd overall and the 12th-highest guard by Rivals.com…As a junior, he tallied 17.1 points, 6.1 assists, 5.0 rebounds and 2.0 steals for DCD and the first of his back-to-back All-Conference accolades… Played AAU with Team Detroit along with Trey Zeigler, another nationally-ranked recruit that signed to play with his dad at Central Michigan…Invited and participated in a number of prestigious all-star events such as the Derby Festival Basketball Classic, LeBron James Skills Academy, adidas Nations, adidas Super 64 Showcase and the NIKE Global Challenge…Played his first two years as a prep for Bloomington (IN) North and was selected to the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association (IBCA) All-State underclassmen as a sophomore... His cousin plays for Milwaukee in sophomore guard Ja’Rob McCallum. PERSONAL Son of Wendy and Titan head coach Ray McCallum... Has a sister, Brittany Rae...A member of SAAC...A communications major.

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Connor Clark #21 • Fr./Fr. • Guard/Forward 6-6 • 199 Jackson, MI/Parma Western

PREP CAREER A walk-on from Parma Western High School…Played for head coach Lee Ingles...A team MVP as a senior, he averaged 14 points and nine rebounds per game for the Panthers…Named to the All-Area team as well as second team All-League (Southern Michigan Activities Association)…Played AAU with Next Generation…Also lettered in golf and baseball in high school earning All-State honors in baseball….A member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL Son of Sally and Phil Clark...His hobbies include golfing and going up north...Lists his greatest thrill in sports as hitting a three at the buzzer to send his team to the district finals...A business administration major.

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Evan Bruinsma #33 • Fr./Fr. • Forward 6-8 • 199 New Era, MI/Western Michigan Christian PREP CAREER A product of Western Michigan Christian High School, playing for head coach Jim Goodman...Named the Class D Player of the Year as a senior after averaging 21.6 points, 10.3 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game... His Player of the Year award was a unanimous decision by an 11-member Associated Press All-State panel and he was also named first team All-State by the AP as well as by the Detroit Free Press and Detroit News…Led the Warriors to three straight Class D state championship, including an impressive performance as a senior when he totaled 25 points, 20 rebounds, five blocks and three steals in the championship game.... The three straight state titles was the first for a Western Michigan-based school in 75 years and he was also the school’s first DI signee in 30 years... Scored over 1,000 points in his prep career...Also earned All-State accolades as a junior and was named to the Academic All-State team as a junior and senior by the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan (BCAM)…Played in the BCAM All-Star Game as a senior competing in the boys C-D division…Played AAU with the Grand Rapids Storm... Also a two-time All-State performer in soccer where he helped lead WMC to a state championship as a sophomore. PERSONAL Son of Margaret and Henry Bruinsma...Has four siblings... Likes to fish in his spare time...A Liberal Arts major.

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2010-11 Media Roster

#1 Chase Simon Jr. - Guard Detroit, MI

#2 Chris Blake Jr. - Guard Mobile, AL

#3 Ray McCallum Fr. - Guard Beverly Hills, MI

#5 Donavan Foster Jr. - Guard Chicago, IL

# 10 Jason Calliste So. - Guard Scarborough, ON

# 20 LaMarcus Lowe Jr. - Forward/Center Flint, MI

# 21 Connor Clark Fr. - Guard/Forward Jackson, MI

# 24 John Hoskins So. - Forward Warren, MI

# 32 Eli Holman Jr. - Center/Forward Richmond, CA

# 33 Evan Bruinsma Fr. - Forward New Era, MI

# 34 Nick Minnerath Jr. - Forward Truro, MA

Head Coach Ray McCallum Third Season

Assistant Coach Carlos Briggs Fourth Season

Assistant Coach Jay Smith Third Season

Assistant Coach Derek Thomas Third Season

Pronunciation Guide Bruinsma: Bru-INS-MA Holman: HOLE-man Calliste: Cuh-LEAST Faletti: Fuh-LET-ee Ray McCallum: NOT Ray McCallum Jr. Dir. of Basketball Operations David Saltman First Season

Graduate Manager Mike Faletti Third Season

Graduate Assistant Coach Matt Ryder First Season

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Titans In The Community Donavan Foster visits a local school for a reading lesson. The Titan team visits nearby GESU Elementary on a daily basis for reading lessons and story time with all the students.

Freshman Ray McCallum and senior Eli Holman greeted attendees and showed support of the United Way and downtown Detroit. The players and staff members provided complimentary tickets to community members, while interacting with both youth and adults, taking pictures and handing out autographs throughout the evening.

During Christmas break, the Titans took some time to visit the Children’s Hospital of Michigan in Detroit. Just a few days after the Christmas holiday, the Titans did their best to put a smile on the faces of the children.

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Basketball The Way It Ought To Be The Titans got together for a different cause as UDM visited God Land Church in Detroit to help distribute Thanksgiving Day dinners to families in need before the Thanksgiving holiday. The initiative was part of the NBA’s Cares Season of Giving as the Titans joined the Pistons in hosting multiple Thanksgiving food distributions across Detroit.

Members of the Titans visit an elementary school in Northville talking to the kids about school and about being a student-athlete.

Clean up. The men’s basketball team united with other student-athletes one Sunday morning to “Clean up Calihan” .

The Titans, along with the athletic staff, coaches, and other student-athletes, University employees, fans and alums participated in the Miles for Myles initiative. The fundraiser was started as a tribute to Myles Brand, the NCAA president who died in September, 2009, following a battle with pancreatic cancer.

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Titan Basketball Clinics More than just collegiate coaching, head coach Ray McCallum and his staff host a number of camps throughout the year, not only in Calihan Hall, but throughout the Metro Detroit area. This past year, the Titans have hosted elite and team camps, while the program and Detroit athletics have been involved with the Willie Green Homecoming Camp and a FOX Sports Clinic. That is not to mention the Third Annual Coaches Clinic held at the Palace of Auburn Hills. Four days of non-stop basketball action was all that you needed to know about the annual Ray McCallum Team Shoot Outs. The camp, which was broken down into two, two-day sessions, featured hundreds of high school athletes from all over the state of Michigan, as well as Canada, competing against each other on the Titan home court. Each team had five guaranteed games with pool play to start the competition and a tournament ending it with a trophy handed out to the winning teams. Calihan Hall was divided into three courts with contests played simultaneously with running clock, substitutions and referees. The Elite Camp is always a great opportunity for any high school student to show the coaching staff his skills and abilities. This summer, more than 70 high schoolers, including some of the best players in the Midwest, were at Calihan Hall for the Titan Elite Camp. The camp featured not only students from the Detroit area, but all over the state of Michigan. McCallum’s coaching staff was on hand, putting the players 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. Detroit has left Calihan Hall for camps too, like when the Titans traveled to Northville for the first-ever “Detroit Titans Basketball School” at the Hillside Recreation Center in 2009. The four-day event had over 120 kids on hand to learn the fundamentals of basketball from both coaches and players on both programs. Players from both the men’s and women’s basketball teams were on hand to guide through practice and drills. The campers learned everything from dribbling techniques to stretching and conditioning. While all 120 kids did come together for instruction, the kids were also broken up into groups where they received lessons from the Titan players.

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Basketball The Way It Ought To Be The Willie Green “Homecoming Camp,” was a five-day camp with over 200 kids, ages 6-18, attending the event, held on the court that Green, a former Horizon League Player of the Year, played his college ball on. The camp emphasized both individual and team skills with daily lessons in the morning and game scrimmages after that. The campers were also treated to special guests throughout the week in former Detroit Piston and current broadcaster Greg Kelser, ex-Titan and 76er Earl Cureton, three members of the Tuskegee Airmen and Benny White, a former Titan assistant coach, from the Mayor’s office. The Willie Green Foundation (WGF) is a non-for-profit organization founded by NBA star and Detroit, Michigan native, Willie Green. The overall mission is to enrich as well as strengthen the academic, athletic, cultural, social, and career interests of the youth (and their families) who come from communities challenged by violence, economic underdevelopment, and chronic unemployment. The campers were amazed by the size and skill of all the student-athletes and were treated to a mini slam dunk competition on the final day. The 2010 Homecoming festivities at Calihan Hall saw 60 “Future Titans”, 8-12, take to the court for a youth basketball clinic, hosted by the Titan Athletics and FOX Sports Detroit, where the hoopsters learned fundamentals from a number of men’s and women’s basketball players as well as alumni. After leading the boisterous campers through warm-ups, groups of ballers-in-training went through five different stations where they were drilled on ballhandling, footwork, passing skills and shooting technique. In addition to learning some new skills to take with them to the court, campers also heard coach McCallum about the importance of academics. Following the clinic all participants were treated to lunch and given a free ticket to the Titans Homecoming match-up against Wright State.

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More Than Basketball, The Titans As A Team “Boogie Nights” brought an old school look to Calihan Hall in 2009 as the Titans started the basketball season with some fun for everyone in a Friday night event.

Head coach Ray McCallum attends graduation as he says goodbye to two of his seniors from a 20-14 squad in Thomas Kennedy (left) and Woody Payne (right).

The Titans got into the action during the 2009 Final Four in Detroit as the team assisted ESPN’s Jay Bilas and the network’s coverage of the event. The team ran drills and plays for TV segments at the Palace of Auburn Hills.

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Basketball The Way It Ought To Be Prior to a game, Detroit Mayor Dave Bing, a former Division I athlete himself as a basketball player at Syracuse, talks to the team about the importance of being a student-athlete and the hard work and dedication it takes.

The Titans took a summer trip to Spain in 2009 as head coach Ray McCallum, the team and a travel party of staff, administrators and family members were on an 11-day exhibition tour of Spain. Detroit went 4-0 on the court and brought back more than just victories, but memories and learning experiences as well.

The Titans visit Plum Hollows Lanes in Southfield for a team outing during McCallum’s first year.

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Titan Training 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 Assistant Athletic Director for Strength and Conditioning 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 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 postworkout drink is designed to help every athlete recover from training and conditioning with a supplement increase in their protein and carbohydrate intake.

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2009-10 Year In Review The 2009-10 season will go down as one to remember for the Titans and head coach Ray McCallum. No stranger to building programs, McCallum guided Detroit to its biggest turnaround in school history and the fourth-best turnaround in the nation. A year after going 7-23 in his first season as head coach, McCallum saw his club post a 20-14 mark and make a run to the semi-finals of the Horizon League tournament. The 20 victories marked Detroit’s first 20win campaign since 2001, while the run to the HL semifinals was the deepest the Titans had been in the league championship since making the finals in 2005. The season started out with UDM rebounding from its season-opening loss to win all three games at the 2K Sports Classic benefiting Coaches vs. Cancer Albany subregional defeating host Albany, Alcorn State and Robert Morris by an average of 14.6 points. Detroit then started out 2-0 in league play, a huge accomplishment after winning just two and three games, respectively, in the last two years. Even with a 20-win season, the red, white and blue could have easily tallied more as Detroit lost nine games by just five points or less, including two-point setbacks at DePaul, against Butler and twice versus Green Bay. That mid-season funk left the team in the middle of the pack in the Horizon League, but McCallum was able to rally the troops at the end of the season as Detroit won its final three regular season games, including a sweep on the road at Cleveland State and Youngstown State. The HL Championships saw the Titans hit the road in round one, but an offensive eruption was in store as UDM put up 89 points in an 89-82 victory at Valparaiso.

percentage defense, rebounding margin and blocked shots. Detroit also received a number of post-season accolades and recognition as Chase Simon earned second team All-Horizon League accolades. Simon was then joined by Eli Holman and Xavier Keeling on the AllNewcomer team. Defensively, Woody Payne was selected as the HL’s Co-Defensive Player of the Year and was named to the conference’s All-League Defensive Team as well as to the CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Defensive All-America Team. A pair of Titans also found their nams among the national leaders as Payne ended his collegiate career 19th in steals with 2.2 per game, while Holman’s 2.5 blocks per game was 22nd in the country, and his 8.9 rebounds per contest ranked him 48th in Division I. As a team, Detroit was 52nd in rebounding margin (4.0), 55th in field goal percentage (45.9) and 56th holding opponents to 31.7 percent from behind the arc. In HL action, the Titans were in the top three in a bevy of rankings, including leading the league in field goal percentage defense, three-point field goal percentage defense (41.4), rebounding margin and blocks (3.9). UDM was also second in field goal percentage (45.9), assists (13.6) and steals (7.5) and third in scoring offense (69.4) and scoring defense (65.7). Detroit also had a pair of players top the league in four statistics. Holman led the conference in blocks, rebounding and field goal percentage (61.4). Payne was atop the assist-to-turnover ratio at 2.0, while placing second in steals and fifth in assists per game (4.1).

In the second round, Detroit extracted some revenge on Green Bay as the Titans scored first and never trailed in downing the Phoenix, 62-53, before falling to Wright State in the semi-finals. For his efforts on the season, McCallum was named the Horizon League Coach of the Year by CollegeInsider.com. The season saw the Titans raise their scoring average by more than 13 points per game, and lead the Horizon League in field goal percentage defense, three-point field goal

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Season Results R CO RE CORD R : AL A LL GA GAME ME S CO C ON NF FEREN ER E REN ENC ENCE CE E NON NONNO N--C CO ONF ONF NFER FEREN EREN ER ENC CE E Date Da te te 11/1 11 /1 11/0 1/09 1/ 09 11/1 11 1/1 /15 5//0 09 9 11 1/2 20 0//09 0 11//2 11 21 1//09 09 11 1//2 22/ 2/09 09 11-2 11-2 11 28 8--09 09 12//0 12 03/ 3/09 09 12 2/0 /05/ 5/0 09 9 12 12 2/0 /08/09 /08/ /0 8/09 8/ 9 12 1 2/1 /13/ 13/ 3//09 09 9 12 2/1 /19 9//09 09 12/2 12 / 2/ 2/09 09 12 2/2 28/ 8/09

OVE V RA RALL L 2 200--14 0 4 9-9 911 1 1-5 -5

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HOME HO ME 11 1-5 5 5 5-4 -4 4 6-1 6-

W W W W W W

W W W

Score 61-95 95 86 8 6-8 80 71 7 71-5 1-5 59 66-5 66 -54 79 7 9-5 59 66-6 66 -68 8 -7 82 71 69 6 9 9-6 -62 -6 2 69 9--7 70 0

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L Lot

L

AW WAY Y 6-8 66-8 4--5 4 -5 2-3 -3 Att ttt. 7541 41 41 38 3 840 2 282 82 824 24 30 3094 094 191 914 75 522 2 142 424 424 2763 27 63 3 17 791 91

Hig gh Poi Po oin ints s (17) (1 7 SI SIMO MON, ON, N, Cha has se ((2 22 22) 2)S 2)SI SIIM MO ON N,, Ch ha ase s (19 19))K KEN ENNE ENNE ED DY Y, Thom omas as (2 21))KE KEE ELIN EL NG, G, Xavie avie av er ((17 17)K 17 )KEE EEL EELI EE LIING ING G, Xa Xavi Xav vierr (1 (17) 17) 7 KE KEN NNEDY, NN ED E DY, Y, T Tho homa ho homa ma s (19 (19 1 ))K KEN ENNE NEDY D , Th Thom oma as as (24) (2 4)KE )KE KEELIN ELIN EL ING, G,, Xav avie ierr ie (14) (1 4))KE EN NN NED NED EDY Y,, Tho homa omas mas ma (18 (18 8)KEE )K KEE ELIING NG, X Xa avi vier e ( 5) (1 5)SI 5)S SIMO SIMO MON, N, Cha has se e (17 17)K 7)K ) EN NNE NEDY DY, DY Y, Th hom omas omas (13) (1 3)KE 3) )K KE EEL EEL ELIN IN ING NG, Xa av viie vi er ( 3))HO (1 OLM LMAN AN,, E Elli ( 4))SI (1 SIMO MON, MO N,, C Cha hase ha se (14)HOLMAN, Eli (18)HOLMAN, Eli (23)SIMON, Chase ( 3)SIMON, Chase (3 e (2 24)SIMON, Chase (15)SIMO (1 ON, C Cha hase ha se

64-75 4-75 475 73 3-6 -69 76-5 76 -58 -5 8 82-5 82-5 53

L

1116 1163 3 24 468 68 2 23 388 15 1581 581 81

56-6 56 -6 60 59-42 77-67 62-64 81-65 72-74 4 59-61 1

L

2123 21 23 2040 0 2277 77 7 44 4493 493 93 21 2 1 11 12 12 4237 42 3 41 4 173 73

12/3 12 /31/ /3 1/09 01.0 01 .0 .02. 02. 2 10 1/08 1/ 08/1 08 /10 1 01/1 01 /10/ /1 0 10 0/ 01/1 01 /14/ /1 4/10 4/ 01/1 01 / 6/ /1 6/10 01/23/ 01 /2 23/ 3/10

*at at UIC at C *at Loyola Chi h cago *VA VALP LPAR ARAI AR AISO S UNIVERSIT *#24 BUTLE L R *at Milwaukee *at Green Bay *WRIGHT STATE

0 /2 01 /28/ 8/10 8/ 1 01 1/3 /30/ 30/ 0/10 0/1 02/04/ 02 /0 04/ 4 10 10 02 0 2/06/ 2/0 /0 06 6//10 1 02/0 02 /08/ /0 8 10 8/

*LOYOLA A *UIC *at att B Butler *a Valparaiso *a *at CHICAGO STATE E

02 0 2/1 2/11/ /11/ /1 1/10

*GREEN BAY

62-6 64

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1574

02/1 02 /13/ /1 3 10 3/

*MI MILW ILW LWAU AUKE AU KEE KE E

60-7 -7 71

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2563

2/17 2/ 17 7/1 /10 0 /2 02 /20/ 0/10 0/10 0/ 1 2/25 2/25 2/ 5/1 /10 2/27 2/ 27/1 27 /10 /1 0 /0 03 /02/ 2/10 03/0 03 /05/ /0 5/10 5/ 03/0 03 /06/ /0 6 10

*at Wright g State EASTERN MICHIGAN *at Cleveland State *at Youngstown State at Valparaiso vs Green Bay vs Wright g State

53-7 70 68-6 66 65-5 54 62-5 54 89 9-8 82 62--53 50 0-6 69

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4847 47 302 020 1863 3244 1255 5

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W W W W W

83-6 -6 63 76 6-7 73 58-63 58 6 7 -74 70 92-72

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2412 2 12 236 3 4 5212 12 2 3 54 36 1446

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* = Co C nference game

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16 6 14 4 4 34

4057 40 057 577 59 990 07 473 47 38 38 105 0522 22 2

25 2536 427 2 9 1184 11 84 309 095 095

11 Postseason Appearances - 4 HL Players of the Year

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Season Stats ####

Player Pl ayyer er

011 S SIIMO MON, N Chhaase se

Conferreence-O Onnly..... 00 KE 00 KEE ELLIN ING, X ING, Xav avie av ieer

Coonnffeerreencee--Only... 32 HO OLM L AN AN, El AN, Eli

Confeerrenccee--O Only... 15 KE KENN NNE ED DY, Y, Tho homas maas

Conffeerence-Only..... 1 PA 11 PAY AYN YNE, YNE, E, W Woo oooodyy oody

Conffeereenncee--O Onnllyy..... 0055 F FO OS ST TE ER R, Do Dona Dona nava v n va

Conferreenccee-Only..... 24 S 24 ST TEP EPHE HENS, Eu Euliliss

Coonffeerennccee--Onnllyy... 300 B BLLUE UE,, E Euuge gene n ne

Conferenccee--O Onnllyyy.... O 033 LE LEE E, Lam E, amar ar

Conferencee--Onnllyy... 04 EATMON,, Cu C rt rtis is

Conferencee-Only..... 25 FEE, Jorda an

Conferenccee-Only... 3 HO 33 HOSK OSK SKIN NS, S, John

Confeerreennncce-Onnlly..... Team am m Teeaam m Toota tal.l....... . ........ Conferennccee--O Onnly... Oppone Op Oppo nent ne nen nts. nts s......... ... Confereennce-Only....

Score by Periods DETROIT Opponentts

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gp p-g gs

Tottaal To 3-P -Poi oint nt min in avg avg fg av g--fg fga fg g% % 3f 3fgfg g--fg ga 3fg g%

34-333 105 34 051 300..9 170-4 700-423 -442233 1188-118 5447 30 30.44 10 1011--24 240 34--3333 1020 10200 30 10 30.00 12 1 77-27 279 188-118 56 567 67 311.55 69 69-1 -154 154 54 31-31 86 8677 28.0 145 45-2 45 5-2236 36 16-116 452 288.33 6633-1 16 -110 10 344-34 110099 32 32.3 .33 14 146466--3223 188-1 -18 61 614 14 34 34.1 4.11 83 83-1 -178 1788 34-25 34 -225 951 951 51 28 28.00 599-1 -1331 31 1188--116 54 18-1 5411 3300.1 .1 33 33-7 -75 75 322-00 4430 300 133.44 46 46--11111 166-00 22339 1144.99 277--559 16-0 322-1 4434 2-1 34 13 34 13.66 39 39-881 166-00 19 197 97 122.33 20 20-4 -433 -4 3333-44 41 416 12. 12 6 477-82 7-82 1188-22 22 2233 122.44 23 23-446 31-9 305 9.8 33-95 31 17-22 10 17 1022 6. 6.00 77 28 20-0 138 6.9 10-25 14-0 99 7.1 5-13 11-0 25 2.3 3-3 4-0 5 1.3 1-1 25-0 114 4.6 4-16 13-0 39 3.0 0-0

34 1188 34 188

.402 .42211 .455 .448 48 .614 .573 .44552 .466 .444550 .440 .414 .458 .48811 .44665 .57 573 .500 00 .347 ..222550 50 .400 .385

449-1 49 9-1 - 46 26-772 26 26-7 277-75 75 199-445 0-0 000 022000--62 62 9-227 927 5-19 5199 3 1133 3133-229 99--16 -166 4-2 -22 00--8 -8 0-0 00-0 0-0 026-75 7 26 72 0-8 0-3 1.000 2-2 1.000 0-0 .250 0-0 .000 0-0

.33336 .361 .36600 .422 .000 .0000 .323 .33333 .263 .231 ..4448 .56633 .18822 .000 ..0000 .00000000 .347 ..22266699 .000 .000

88-1 88 -1388 53-7 53 3-779 14014 00--19 198 800-1 -116 -116 16 76--11220 7633-5 33 3-5 -51 5 70-9 -999 34-550 34 633--998 2222-443 299---44 444 166-2 -21 -21 344-51 5511 11-2 11 -200 188 38 6-20 6-20 611-13 34 312-23 10-19 1.000 4-7 .000 1-2 .000 11-200 .000 0-1

.638 .67711 ..7707 .66990 .633 .647 .77007 .68800 .64433 .512 .66559 .762 .667 .55550 .444774 ..33300000 .846 ..77755500 .522 .526 .55771 .500 .550 .000

.333 556-849 4322-94 43 947 .456 73-210 .348 269-426 7 5-1874 .414 207-654 .317 477-668 77 39539 5 9775 .405 109-360 .303 253-349 5-

.655 .631 .714 .725

829-188055 .459 146-438 82

688500 6850 3625 3625 688500 366255

1st 1098 1064

F-Th Fhrow ro ow fftt-ft tfta ft% ft% %

2nd 1247 1151

OT 15 19

of of

43 43 20 20 53 53 34 34 95 44 55 55 33 33 23 23 111 12 6 255 1100 30 155 2 1 5 4 0 0 7 0 51 2266 4011 40 204 361 181

Reb ebound ou und ds d def ef tot ef tot avg to

130 13 30 78 78 1133 6644 182 82 90 97 566 99 99 5588 41 41 28 28 3399 14 14 44 199 14 1 14 9 2 1 8 3 41 28 824 2 4499 44 729 388

173 73 9988 1 6 16 988 2777 27 1 4 13 152 5 89 89 1222 699 533 3344 6644 24 24 74 344 166 2 199 13 13 2 1 15 3 922 54 54 1 25 12 6553 1090 90 569

pff dq p dq

5.1 77 5.1 5. 55..4 46 46 4.99 10 101 101 5.4 5533 5.4 5. 8.9 1001 8.9 8.44 577 4..5 72 4.9 37 4. 37 3.66 73 3. 73 3.8 3366 3. 1.7 38 1. 2.1 188 2.0 42 1 5 17 1. 17 2..2 68 2.2 68 1.9 45 1.9 0.55 20 0. 0.1 6 1.0 22 0 9 14 0. 1 0.2 .2 0 0.3 0 0.66 177 0.2 4

36.0 36.33 36 3 .11 32 31.66

63 631 3333 33 6 1 68 3447

pts pts

avg av vg

2 84 84 10 1088 6 41 41 47 477 2 38 38 5588 3 200 2881 3 78 7 97 6 54 4211 97 0 39 39 48 3 31 31 2337 2 23 69 77 7 17 366 2 16 31 39 39 5 159 1 433 54 16 16 111 38 382 1 24 27 2 9 3 209 209 0 138 138 70 13 70 5 76 18 1866 0 744 42 42 4 44 911 0 42 42 3377 0 23 134 344 0 18 18 12 12 0 13 799 0 18 18 1188 7 13 1166 0 8 5 1 7 5511 1 7 32 32 7 5 112 1 2 1 3 20 20 3 2 522 0 17 16 2 9 1003 0 8 7 1 2 244 0 111 15 15 1 3 322 0 9 12 1 2 200 0 2 2 0 2 122 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 7 6 1 199 0 0 3 1 0 0 5 5 9 4664 530 133 255 23360 60 6 237 2771 65 129 12 1 06 06 - 38 388 88 520 5200 822 24 2411 2234 222344 100 214 260 44 121 11522

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to blkk stl to stl st

14. 40 15.6 15 5.66 12.4 12 .44 13.22 13 11. 11. 1.88 99 9. 11. 11. 1.22 11.6 11 .6 5.5 5.5 5.11 5. 44..2 .2 4.9 4. 36 3. 33..2 34 3. 2.9 2. 2.9 3.33 1.4 1. 11..6 14 1. 1.11 1.1 08 0. 0.8 0.00 0.

Totals 2360 2234

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6 .44 69 67.00 67 67.0 65.7 65 .77 64.0 64 .00


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Points-Rebounds-Assists Opp ppone onentt

Date a

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111/ 1/11 1/ 11/009 11/115/09 11 5/09 5/ 09 111/2 /220/ 0/09 0/ 0/0 09 111/2 /21/ 1/09 1/ 09 09 11/ 1/22 1/22 22/0 /099 11-28-09 12/0 12 /03/ 3/09 09 1122/05/ /005/ 5/09 0 12/0 2//08 08/0 /0 9 122/1 / 3/ 3/09 /09 09 12/ 12/ 2 199/0 /09 09 122/2 12/2 /22/ 2/099 2/09 2/ 12/ 2/28 28/009 1122/3 2/3 / 1//099 01. 1.02 02.110 1/08 1/ 08/1 08/1 / 0 01/1 01/ 01 /10/ 0/1100 0/10 01//114/1 01/1 01 4/10 4/ 10 0 /16/10 01 01/2 01 //223/ 3/10 3/10 10 0 /228//10 01 01/3 01 /30/ /3 /30/ 0 10 02/ 2/04 04/ 04 4/1 /10 02/06/10 02/ 2/08 08/1 08 / 0 /1 02/1 02 2/11/ /11/10 /1 1//10 10 02/13/110 2/17 2/ 1 /1 17 / 0 02/20/ 02 0/100 2/25/10 2/27/10 03/02/10 03/05/10 03/06/10 03 1 10

611--95 95 86-8 86 6-880 7711-5 -59 66-5 66 6-54 -554 799-599 66-68 822-771 69-62 699 700 6644-775 73-6699 73 7766-558 822 53 53 56-6 56 -660 599-4422 77-6 77 -67 62-664 62-6 62 81-6 81 -65 72-7 72 -774 59-6 59 9-661 83-6 83 3-6 -63 76-7 76 -73 58588-633 8-63 70-74 92-72 92 72 62-6 62 2-64 64 60-71 53-70 68-666 68 6 -544 65 62-54 89-82 62-53 50-69

Oppone Opp one nen en ntt

Date

Score

at Cal at alifiiffor orni na W ST WE STER TER ERN MICHIG GA AN N U. vss R Rob o eerrt Morris ob iss at ALB LBAN ANY AN vs Alc vs l or o n St Statte at D DeP ePau eP a l au YO OUN UNGS G TOWN STATE GS CLLEV EVEL ELLAND STATE E TE T ENNES NN NES E SEE E ST TAT TE att M Mic icchi h ga gan BO BOWL OW WLLIN NG GR G EEN CENT CE N RAL NT RA MICHIGAN RA S AW SH AWNE NEE STATE at UIC C at Loyyol olaa Chicago VALP VA LPAR LP ARAISO UNIVERSIT AR #224 BU #24 BUT TLER at M Milillwa wauukee att Gre reeen en Bay W IG WR GHT STATE LOYO LO YO OLA UIC UI C att Buuttle ler att Vaallppaara ara raiisso CH HIC CAG AGO STATE GR G REE REE EEN EN BA AY MILW MI LWAU AUKE KEE aatt Wrir gghht St Stat ate at EAST EA TE ER RN MI MIC MIC CH HIGAN AN N aatt Cle leve v laand ve n Sta State taatee at You at oung oung n sttown ow wn St Statte at Vaallpa at para rais ais isoo vs Greeen en Bay ay vvss Wrigh riigh ghtt St Staatte Stat

11/11/09 11/15/09 11/20/09 1111/2 /21/ 1/09 1/ 09 11/22/09 11-2288 09 12/0 12 /03/09 /09 122/0 /05/ 5 09 5/ 12/08/09 12/13/09 12/19/09 12/22/09 12/28/09 12/31/09 01.02.10 1/08/10 01/10/10 01/14/10 01/16/10 01/23/10 01/28/10 01/30/10 02/04 04/1 04 / 0 022/0 /06/ 6 10 02/ 2/08/10 02/11/10 02/13/100 2/17 2/ 17/1 17/1 17 /10 /10 02/20/100 2 25 2/ 25/1 //110 2/2 /27/ 7/110 03/0 03 3/002/ 2/10 10 03/0 03 3/005//10 1 0033//006/ 6/100

61-95 86-80 71-5 71 -59 59 666-5 -544 799 59 66-68 66 82-71 69-62 69-70 64-75 73-69 76-58 82-53 56-60 59-42 77-67 62-64 81-65 72-74 59-61 83-63 76-73 58-63 70-74 922 72 62-6 62 -664 600-711 5533-7 -700 6688-6 -66 655-554 622-5 -54 89-882 89-8 89 62-5 62 2-5 -53 53 50-6 50 -669 -69

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

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04 05 11 1 1155 EA E ATMO TMO TM M N,C N,,CUR R FOSTER, OSTER OST ER ER, R,,DON DO ON PAY AYN AYNE, NE NE, E,WO E WOO OOD K OO KENNE NN NEDY, DY DY DY, Y,,T TH H

6-8-3 10-1-4 13-3-1 21-5-2 -2 17-44-0 12-4-4 15-7-3 24-3-2 10-3-3 18-4-2 2-4-3 10-1-4 133-7-4 8-5-2 9-9-2 15-3-3 14-9-1 20-4-4 6-55-2 12-4-2 13-5-3 14-5-4 5-2-5 17 17-9-22 13 13-44-11 14 14-1 -13 13-3 -3 5-5-0 11-2-1 7-5-2 21-3-0 14-5-0 14-8-44 12-4-1 6-3-1

17-6-1 22-4-4 12-7-7 -7 0-1-2 15-7-2 16-5-2 7-4-3 5-11-4 13-6-2 9-5-7 15-3-00 100-66-1 100-7-2 14-5-2 4-3-2 14-3-2 23--66-2 33-12-1 24-5-3 15-7-33 30-5-3 20-110 10-2 11555-44-1 20-6-2 12 12-11-4 15 155-3 -33-11 11-4-2 13-5-1 10-4-3 11-2-2 7-3-2 24-5-3 5-7-3 6-1-3

2-2-1 8-0-1 0-1-0 3-1--00 8-2 -2-1 13-2-3 3-1-3 0-0-1 3-1 -1-0 0-0-0 -0 7-1--22 13-1-1 7-2-0 6-0-0 9-0-1 22 1-0 0-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-00-00 0-0-1 15-11-00 00-000-0 0-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 D P DN 1-00-0 DN D NP DNP DN P 0-0-0

DN D NP DNP DN D NP DNP DN DN D NP DNP DN NP DN NP DNP DN DNP DN DNP DN DN D NP DNP DN NP DNP DN P 4-2-1 DNP DN 1-0-0 -0 0-0 -0-1 DN NP 2--22-0 2-0-0 8-2-1 3-1-3 2-1-1 00-3 -3-1 -1 0-0-0 6-33-11 00-1 -11-0 -0 0-0-0 2-2-2 2-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0

0-1-2 3-2-2 3-11---00 2-1-0 3-33--4 0-0-00 8-1-0 8-4-0 11-2-1 2-1-1 7--22-4 0-0-0 6-1-2 10-11-3 6-3-3 6-1-0 00--111--1 3-8-2 9-2-0 7-1-0 3-3-3 5-1-3 3-1-1 0-1-0 9-11-55 55-0 -00-0 -0 DNP DNP 0-1-0 2-4-2 4-2-0 2-2-0 44--0-2 3-111-11

244 STEP EP PHEN HE S,E S,

25 FEE EE E,JO JO ORDA RDAN RDAN

30 3 BLUE BL U EUG UE UE, GE EN N

322 HOLM MAN AN AN, N,ELI LI LI

33 HOS HO H OSKINS,JO O

0-2-1 7-3-1 2-2-0 3-2-0 6-5-1 0-0-0 4-2-3 4-1-1 4-3-0 0-1-0 2-1-1 8-1-4 5-5-0 2-2-1 2-3-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 7-2-0 6-3-0 2-0-0 22 881 2--33--11 6-0-00 7-1-0 3-00-0 2-3-1 7-2-1 11-3-0 4-1-1 8-3-0

0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP P 3-1-0 DN NP DN D NP DN NP DNP P DN NP DN NP 0-0-0 3-0-2 DN NP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DN P 0-0-0 DNP NP DNP DN NP 2-1-0 DNP DNP DNP 33 00--00 DNP DN P DNP DN P DNP DNP DN NP 1-0 -0-0 DN D NP 0-0-0 0-0-0

DN D N NP P 6-22-0 3-1-0 2-4-0 2-2-0 2-3-0 15-22-0 0-4-1 2-4-1 4-1-0 88-44-0 5-2-0 4-3-0 2-4-0 0-2-0 2-2-0 2-3-2 0-1-0 4-1-0 4-2-0 2-2-0 6-2-0 2-1-0 2-0-0 4-44-11 2-11-0 3-2-0 2-2-0 44--3-1 0-0-0 4-3-0 2-5-0 6-0-1 6-2-0

115-77-1 16-12-1 14-8-1 20-14-0 16-15-0 6-6-1 DNP DNP DNP 17-4-0 11-12-0 7-6-0 13-15-0 0-3-1 14-7-0 18-12-4 5-5-1 15-9-1 8-6-1 4-5-2 16-12-1 7-7-1 6-5-0 13-7-0 9-33-00 8-99-2 113-18-1 9-8-00 14-7-1 14-10-1 9-11-0 -0 21-15-1 16-11-0 12-8-1

1-1-0 0-22-0 0-00-0 0-0-0 4-0-00 DN NP 0-0-0 0-1-0 4-2-0 DN NP 4-0-0 1-2-0 3-3-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 DN NP DNP N 0-00-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 2-22-00 0-0-0 DNP N 0-1-0 DNP DNP NP 0-0-0 -0 0-0-0 DNP DN 0-0-0 0-0-0

6-1-4 11-6-4 5-4-1 10-33-55 3-2--11 0-2-2 111--4-5 10 100-2 -22-4 88-6-6 4-2-2 66-5-3 5-6-9 6-2-1 3-6-2 4-4-1 3-1-3 6--666---33 4-7-5 8-3-4 6-5-3 0-5-6 4-7-6 -6 9-00-3 8-5-5 2--11-55 1-331 9-1-11 5-4-6 13-2-10 0-3-4 0-3-2 9-6-3 7-3-5 0-22-33

1144--11-1 3--22-1 19--555-1 5-4-0 2-3-3 17-77--3 19-66--1 188-6-1 14-0-1 10-7-2 1111-4-1 17-88--0 8-3-1 -1 11 11--111000-0 10-4-3 17-6-2 12-22---11 4-33-1 11-3-11 0-7-0 14-3-2 11-3-2 12-4-1 8-8-1 15-8-2 15-22--0 13-4-1 4-55-3 15-4-1 15-7-2 15-6-2 6-0-1 8-4-1 9-3-0

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Titan Individual Highs Po P oin nts t

Fiel Fi ield eld Go el Goal oa alls Mad Ma ade de Fiiel e d Go Goa Goal all Attt. FG Pct FG ct (min min 5 ma mi made) de) de 3-Po 33-P Poin Poin nt FG Ma ad de 3--Po 3 Poin int in nt FG G Att tt. 3-P 3-Pt Pt FG Pct Pc ct (m (min n2m mad ad ade) de) e)

Free Free Fr ee T Th hrow hrow hr ows Ma Made e

Free Throw Att.

F Pctt (mi FT min 5 m min ma ade de)

R bo Re boun nds ds

Assists Steals B ocked Shots Bl Turnovers Tu

75

33 33 30 30 24 24 2 24 24 4 15 15 10 24 4 20 2 0 1.00 00 .8 875 5 5 5 9 9 1..00 1 .00 000 0 1.00 000 00 000 1.000 0 1.00 000 00 0 10 9 9 12 11 11 11 1..0 000 1.00 000 1.00 000 000 00 .909 .9 900 18 18 15 15 15 11 10 5 5 6 6 9 7

(5-5 (5 -5 5) (7-8 (7-8 (7 8)

(2-2 (2 2-2 -2)) (2(2 2-2) 2-2 2) (2 2-2) -2 2) ((2 2-2) 2-2) 2)

((7 7-7 -7)) (6 (6-6 6-6 -6) 6) (66-6) 6) (10-11) ( -10) (9

SIMON, SI MON, MO N, Cha hase se at Mi Milw lwau lw auke kee (01/ kee (0 01/ 1/14 14/1 14 4//1 10) 0) SIIMON, S MON, MO N, Cha has has se ev vs s Lo Loyo oy yo ola l (0 01 1/2 /2 8 8//10 10) SIMO SI ON, N, C Cha ha h ase e at Va Valp lpar arai ais ai so o (03/0 03/0 03 /02/ 02/ 2 1 10 0) SIIMO ON, N, Cha h se ea att Gr Gree ee en Ba B y (0 ( 1//1 16 6/1 /10) KEELIN KE ELIN EL ING G, X G, Xav av vie ier vs s Cle ev ve ela land nd Sta tate te (12 12/0 /05/ 5//0 09 9) S MON, SI MO ON, N, C Cha hase ha se at Mi Milw Milw lwau lwau uke kee (01/ ((0 01/14 1//14 1 14/10) 14/1 /10) /1 0) SIMO SI ON, N, Cha as se ev vs s Lo L yo yola la (01 01/2 /28/ 8//10 0) SIMO SI MON, N, Cha hase ea att Mi Milw lwau auke kee e (0 01/ 1/14 14 4/1 /10) 0)) SIIMO S MON,, Ch ha ase s vs Lo oyo y la (01 1/2 /28//10) KE EEL LIIN NG,, X Xav avie av ier vs vs Chi hica cago ago Sta tate (02/0 02 2/0 /08/ 8 1 10 0) HOL LMA AN, N, E Eli lii at AL ALBA BA ANY N (11 11/2 /2 21/09 1/0 1/ 09 9) KEE KE EL LIIN N NG, G,, Xav G avie er at a C Clleve leve le ela lan nd d Sta ate e (2//25/1 /10 0) 0) SIM IMO MO ON N, Ch Chas ase vs vs Weste es stern tern Mic te ichi h ga gan n U. U (11 11/15/ /1 15 5///09 09 9) SIIM S MO ON, N, C Cha hase ha se vs Lo oyo yola yola la (0 01 1/2 /28/ 8/10) 8/ 10 0) SIM IMON ON, C Ch hase ase vs vs Weste es e ste ern rn M Mic ic chi higa gan U. (11 11/1 11/1 15//0 09 9) KENN KE NNED EDY Y,, Th ho oma mas a mas att Cle leve veland la an nd d Sta tate tate e (2/ 2/25 25/1 5/1 10)) FO FO OST STER ST STER R, Do onava na ava van n vs Val alpa para pa rais ra iso is o Un Univ ver ersi sit si it (1 1/0 /08/ 8/10 10)) LEE LE E, Lamar amar vs Bo am Bowl wli wl ling in Gree e n (1 (12/ 2/19 2/ /19 19/0 /09 /0 9) 9) FOST FO STER ST ER, Do ER D na nava van vs Cle va l ve vela ella and and d Sta tate e (12 12/0 /05/ 5/09 5/ 09) 09 09) KE KEEL EELIN EL LIN ING, X ING Xa avie avie av ierr att A ALB LBAN LB LBAN ANY Y (1 (11/ 1//21 1/0 / 9) 9) KEELING, Xavier vs Green Bay (0 03/ 3/05 0 /1 10) 0) KEELING, Xavier vs Rob ber e t Mo M rrris s (11 1/2 /20/ 0/0 09) KEELING, Xavier vs s Ro obe b rt r Morri ris (1 ri (11/ 1/20//09) KEELING, Xavier vs v UIC (01/30/10 10) 10 KEELING, Xavierr at ALBANY Y (1 (11/ 11/ 1/21/0 21/0 21 /09 09) 9) HOLMAN, Eli vs Wes e te ern Mich ic chi hi higan U.. (11/1 U 11 1//1 15/09 9) SIMON, Chase vs Loy o olla (01//28/1 10) 0) HOLMAN, Eli at Clevela land la nd d Sta t te (2/ 2/25 5/1 /10) 0) 0) SIMON, Chase at California ia (11 1 /1 / 1//09) KEELING, Xavier at ALBANY (1 11/ 1 2 21 1/0 /09) 9) KEELING, Xavier vs Green Bay (03/0 / 5/ /0 5/10 10)) 10 HOLMAN, Eli vs Milwaukee (02/13/10) HOLMAN, Eli at Valparaiso (03/02/10) HOLMAN, Eli vs Shawnee State (12/28/ 8/09) HOLMAN, Eli vs Alcorn State (11/22/09) PAYNE, Woody vs Milwaukee (02/13/10) PAYNE, Woody vs EASTERN MICHIGAN (02/20/10) P YNE, Woody vs Cleveland State (12/05/09) PA SIMON, Chase vs Robert Morris (11/20/09) HOLMAN, Eli at Loyola Chicago (01.02.10) HOLMAN, Eli vs Shawnee State (12/28/09) KEELING, Xavier vs Green Bay (03/05/10) SIMON, Chase vs Cleveland State (12/05/09)

12 All-Americans - 21 NBA/ABA Draft Picks


Basketball The Way It Ought To Be

Opponent Individiual Highs Po P oin ints ts ts

Fiiel F eld Go Goal als Ma al als Made Made

Fiie F elld Go Goal Att t. FG Pct FG ct (mi min 5 m ma a ade de) de) de

3-P 3Po oiin nt FG FG Mad de 3---Po 3 Po oin int FG G Att tt. 3-Pt 3P FG Pc Pct (m Pct (min (mi in 2 m mad ade) ad e e)

F ee Throws Made Fr Free Fr ee e Throw Att. FT F T Pct ct (min n 5 made e)

Rebo Re boun bo u ds As ssi s st st sts Stea St eals ea l ls

Bloc Bl ock oc ked Shots

Tu T urnov rn nov over e s

31 3 1 31 3 1 29 29 27 27 25 25 10 10 10 10 19 19 19 .85 857 .8 833 33 .8 83 33 3 .8 833 3 5 5 13 12 12 1.00 000 000 00 1.00 00 000 00 1.000 1 00 1. 000 0 18 8 15 18 16 6 1.000 1.000 1.000 0 1.00 1. 00 00 10 1. 00 00 1.00 1. 0 0 1.000 12 12 9 8 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 8 7

(6 6--7) 7) (1 100-12 -12 12) 2) (5-6 (5 -6)) (5-6) (5 -6 6)

(3-3) (3 3) (3-3) 3) (3-3) (3-3)

(188--18 1 ) (122--12) (10 1 -1 10) 0 (6-6) (6 (5-5) (5-5) (5-5)

JOH JO HN NSO SON ON, N, Cor ory v vs sV Val ap al pa ara ara ais so U Un n niv iv ver ersi sit it (1/0 (1//0 (1 08 8//10 1 ) KR K REP EPS, S, Ro ob bo att UIIC C (12 2//3 31//09 09) KOO KO KOOL OL L, D Da av viid vs Wes ste tern ern rn Mic ch hiiga gan an U. U. (11 11/1 /15/ /15/ 5/09) 5/09 09) 09 Harr Ha arr rris, is s Ma Mann nny att M nny Mic ichi higa ga an ((1 12/ 2/13 2/13 13/0 / 9) 9) SAIN SAIN SA N,JJo os sh vs s Ten enne ness ness see ee Sta tate e (12 (12 12/0 //0 08/ 8/09 09) 9) PERINE, Bryq y ui yq uis s vs Gre een en Bay ay ((03 03/0 03 3/0 /05/ 5 10 0) JO OHN H SO ON, Cor o y vs v Valpa alpa al parra ais iso o Un Univ Univ ver ers sit ((1 1/0 /08/1 /08/ 8/10) 8/ 10 1 0) Siims ms, De ms, DeS Sh haw wn a att M Mic ich ic higa higa hi g n (1 12/ 2/13 13//0 09)) PER RIN NE E,, Bry ryqu quis v vs s Gr Gree ree e n Ba Bay y (0 (03/ 3/0 3/05 05 5/1 /10 10) 0) FLET FL ETC CH HE ER R, Ra Rah hmon hm na att Gr Green een Ba ee Bay (01/ (0 01/16 1//16 6/1 /10) 10) 0) TA AB BL LE ER R, Tr R, Troy oy vs Wr W ig i ht ht Sta ate e (03 03/0 03/0 06/ 6/10 6/10 10) 0) Siims S ms,, De eSh Shaw awn aw wn at at Mic ichi h ga hi gan n (12/ (1 12/ 2/13 13/0 3/0 /09) 09) 9) PE EA ARS RSON ON, Ri ON Rian a vs Gr an Gree een Ba ee Bay (0 Bay 02/ 2/11 11/1 /10) 0) H W HO WA ARD RD,, Matt Ma M atttt at Bu Butl tler er (02 02/0 /04/ /04 4/10 4/10 0) ME ED DL LO OC CK, K, Car arlo lo os vs sE EAS AS STE TERN N MIC CH HIIGA AN (0 (02/ 2//2 2/ 20 2 0/10) /10) /1 0) EA E AYR YRS, S, Jam ames es v vs s Mi M lw wa au uk ke ee ((0 02/ 2/13 13 3//1 10) 0) EAY EAY YRS RS,, Ja Jame es vs vs Mil i wa wauk uk uke kee (02 02/1 //1 13/ 3/10 3/10 0) MEDL D OC CK, Carrlos lo o vs sE EAS AS STE TERN TERN N MIC ICHI HIGA HI GAN GA AN (0 (02/ (02/ 2/2 /20 20/10) 20/1 10) COLE CO LE, No LE Norr rrris sa att Cl Clev evel ev elan el an and nd St Stat ate (2 at ate (2/2 2/2 /25 25/ 5/10 5/10 10) 0) FLET FL ETCH ET CHER CH ER, R Rah hmon o vs Gree on een n Bay Ba (0 (02/ 02/ 2/11 11/1 11 /10 /1 0) 0) JOHNSON, Cor ory vs Val or allparaiso Universit (1/08/10) Sims, DeShaw awn aw wn att Mic chi h gan (12/13/09) KREPS, Ro ob bo a att UIC IC (12/31/09) KOOL, Da av viid vs vs We es ste t rn r Michiga an U. (11/15/09) KREPS, Ro Ro obo bo b o at UI U C (1 (12/ 2 31 1/09) 9)) KOOL, D Da a avi viid vs v sW Wes stte ern Mic chi higa gan n U. (11 1 /1 15//0 09 9) KREPS PS S, Ro Rob bo at UIC C (12/31 1//0 09 9)) RA R AN ND DLE LE, Jerom me att Ca C liforn rn nia ia (11 11//1 11/09)) HA H AYW Y ARD, D,, G D Gor ordo or don at Butler (0 don 02/ 2/04 04/1 4/1 / 0) JOHNSON, N,, Cory at Valparaiso (0 02/ 2/06 0 /1 /10) 0) McPHER ER RSO SO ON N,, Brandon at Valparaiso (03 N 03/0 /02//10 0) RASHIID, ID, Am ID mirr vs Central Michigan (12 2/22/09) BOUD DL LE ER, D Dan an n vs Youngstown State (12/03/09) BUTT TEL LL, JJer e e em my at UIC (12/31/09 0 ) Sims, De DeSh Shaw aw wn at Mic ichi h gan (12/13 3/09) 9 STEW WAR ART, T Spe pencer vs UIC (0 pe 01/30 30/10) PERINE E, Bry yqu quis u at Green Bay (01/16/10) FLETC CHE CHER CH ER R R,, Ra ahmon vs Green Bay (02/ 2/11 1/10) BITZE ER, Jorrda dan vs Central Michigan n (1 12/ 2/22/09) HARM MAN, Rob Robbie vs Central Michigan (12/2 Ro 22/ 2/09 0 ) BRO OW WN N, D''Aundray vs Cleveland Sta ate (12 1 /05/09 9) MAYS YS YS, S, DeAn A dre vs Youngstow An wn State (12/03/09) KENNEY, Mat Ma att tt at Valparaiso (02/06/10) HILL, Anthony at Milwaukee e (01/14/10) BIRTON, Brad at UIC (12/31//09 9) NASH NA SH,H ,Ham amil illto ton n vs v T Ten en nne essee ss see ee Sta tate te ((12 12/0 12 /08/ /0 8//09) 09) 09 AJERE, Ni Nigel ge el vs s Cleve ve ela l n nd d Sta atte e (12 12/0 //0 05//09) L NGHU LA UR RS ST, T, Jim immy my vs Robe bertt Mor orri r s ((1 11//2 20 0/0 /09) 09) 9) STA TANL NL LEY EY, Co Cour urttn ur ney ey at L Lo oy oy yo ola aC Chi hica hi c go go (01 01.0 .02. 02 2..10) 10) 10

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Detroit Game Highs PO OIN INTS TS

FIE FI FIEL EL LD GO GOAL AL A LS MA MADE DE FIE FI IELD ELD GO EL GOAL AL ATT TTE EM MPT PTS PTS

FIEL FI ELD GO GOAL AL PE ER RCE CE N NT TAGE AG GE 3 PT P FIIE IELD LD GOA AL LS S MAD ADE 3P PT TF FG G AT A TE TEMP MPTS TS 3 PT F FG G PE PERC ERC CEN NTA AGE FREE E THR ROW O S MADE FR REE E THR H OW ATTEMPTS FREE FR E THR HROW W PER ERC CE ENT ENT N AG A E REBOUN RE REBO BO OU UN NDS S ASSI AS SIST TS ST S TEA EAL ALS LS BLOCKE KED KE D SH S OT O S

TURNOV TU OVER ERS S F ULS FO

77

92 92 89 89 86 6 83 3 82 82 82 82 33 3 33 3 3 65 63 63 6 63 63 .67 674 .579 .5 579 79 11 10 0 23 18 .714 714 14 .5 545 5 31 25 25 43 39 .833 .8 33 .79 792 92 53 3 47 21 20 0 16 6 15 17 7 7 7 26 24 25

(29-4 29 2 9-4 43)) ((3 333-57) 57 5 7)

(1 10-14) 14) 14 (6-11) 11)

(20-24) ( 9-24) (1

CHIC CH CHIC ICA AG GO STAT STAT ST ATE TE (0 (02/ 02/ 2/ 0 08 8/10) /10)) /1 a t Va at allpa para para aiis so (0 (03/ 3/02 0 //1 10) 0) WE EST STER TE ER RN MICH MIICH C IG GAN AN U. ((1 11 1//1 15 5/0 5/0 /09 9)) LOY LO OYO YOL LA A (01 01/2 28/ 8/10 10) 0) SHAW SH AWNE NE EE ST STATE ATE (1 AT (12 2//28 2 /09 /09 /0 9)) YOUN YO UNG UNG GS STO TOWN WN STATE TE ((12 12/0 12 2/0 /03/09 3/09) 3/ 09 ) 09 C IC CH CAGO AGO ST AG STAT ATE E (0 (02/ 2/08 08 8/1 10) 0) att Mil ilwa w ukee wa uk u kee ((01 01/1 /14/ 4//10 10 ) a att V Va alpar ara ar aiiso o ((02 02 2/0 06/ 6/10 0) GR REE EEN EN BA BAY Y ((0 02//11 1 /1 10)) SHAW SH SHAW AWNE NEE E ST TAT ATE (1 (12/ 2/28/ 2/28 28 2 8/0 /09) 09)) vs s Alc cor orn St State Sta ate ((1 at 11/ 1/22 22//0 09) 9) YOUN YO OUN UNGS UNG GST TO OWN N ST TA ATE ATE E (12 12/0 //0 03/ 3/09 3/09 09) CHI CH HIIC CAG AGO O ST STAT TE ((0 02//0 08 8/1 10 0)) WES ESTE TE ERN RN M MIC ICHI IC HIIGA G N U. GA U. (11 1/1 15/ 5/09 9) att Cle a Cle eve vela land la nd Sta tate te (2 2///25 2 /1 25 /10 0)) WE W EST STER ERN ER N MI MICH CHIG CHIG CH IGAN AN U. (1 (11//15 15/0 5/0 /09 /09) 9)) att C Calif iforni nia (11/11 11/0 /09) 9) at Cl Clev e elan eland el d Sttat ate t (2 (2/2 /2 25/ 5/10) 10 0) CENT CE NTRA NT RAL RA L MIICH CHIG IG GAN ((12 12 1 2//2 2 22/ 2/09 2/ 2/0 09) 9) at Valparaiso (03/02/1 /10) 0) at ALBANY (11/ 1/21 21/0 21 /09) /0 9)) vs Robert Mo Morr rrris (11/20/ 0//09 0 09 ) at Valpara raiso ra o (03/02/10) 0) 0) WESTERN N MIICHIGAN AN A N U. ((1 11/15 /15 5//0 09) 9) vs Green Bay y (03 0 /0 05/10)) LOYOLA (01/ 1/28 1/ 28 2 8/1 /10) SHAWNEE STAT ATE AT E (1 12/ 2 28/09) 9 at Milwaukee (01/1 /14/ /1 4//10 4/10 10)) LOYOLA (01/28/10) CHICAGO STATE (02/08/10 0) 0) SHAWNEE STATE (12/28/09) vs Robert Morris (11/20/09) SHAWNEE STATE (12/28/09)) EASTERN MICHIGAN (02/20/10) at Milwaukee (01/14/10) at Loyola Chicago (01.02.10) SHAWNEE STATE (12/28/09) CENTRAL MICHIGAN (12/22/09) at Valparaiso (02/06/10)

12 All-Americans - 21 NBA/ABA Draft Picks


Basketball The Way It Ought To Be

Opponent Game Highs POIN PO INTS IN NTS S

F EL FI ELD GO GOAL ALS MA ALS M DE FIELD FI ELD G EL GO OAL OAL AT TT TEMPT EMPT EM TS FIIEL F ELD GO GOAL AL P PER ER E RCE ENT NTA NTAG AG GE 3 PT PT FIIE EL ELD LD D GOA O LS S MA AD DE 3 PT PT FG AT TTE EMP MPTS PT TS S 3 PT TF FG G PE PERC ERC RCEN RCEN ENTA ENTA TAGE TAGE GE FREE FR REE T THR HROWS HROW HR OW WS MA MADE DE E FREE FR EE THROW ATTEMPTS FREE FR EE E THROW PERCENTAGE

REBO RE BOU DS BOUN A SI AS S ST STS S STEA ST EALS EA BLOC BL OCKE OC KED KE D SHOT SHOT SH OTS S TU TURN URN RNOVERS FOUL FO ULS UL

95 95 82 8 2 80 80 75 7 5 74 4 74 74 30 29 9 29 9 73 7 3 67 7 .558 .5 558 8 .5 510 10 12 2 12 2 3 32 32 2 .545 .5 545 5 .522 22 2 30 25 25 35 32 .864 .857 .8 857 .857 45 5 40 40 19 19 17 17 17 6 6 26 24 31 27

(24(2 4 43 4 ) (2 255-49 9)

( -1 (6 11) 1) (12-23)) (1

(19 9-22) ((3 30--35 3 ) ( 2--14) (1 (6 6-7))

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11 Postseason Appearances - 4 HL Players of the Year

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Opponent Game Lows PO P OIN OIN NTS S

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42 42 53 5 3 53 5 3 54 4 54 4 54 14 14 16 6 41 43 3 .25 259 259 .2 281 81 2 2 11 11 12 2 .1 .154 154 4 ..1 167 3 6 4 7 .500 .500 20 21 6 6 6 2 3 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 6 11 1 13

(14 14-5 54)) (16(1 166-57 57)

(2-1 (2-1 (2 -13) 3) 3) (2-1 (2 12) 2)

(9-18) (11-22)

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12 All-Americans - 21 NBA/ABA Draft Picks


Basketball The Way It Ought To Be

2009-10 Box Scores Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Western Michigan U. vs DETROIT 11/15/09 3:05 p.m. at Calihan Hall, Detroit, MI

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics DETROIT vs California 11/11/09 8:00 at Haas Pavilion, Berkeley, CA

Western Michigan U. 80 • 0-1

DETROIT 61 • 0-1 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

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Player

00

KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase LEE, Lamar FOSTER, Donavan PAYNE, Woody STEPHENS, Eulis FEE, Jordan HOSKINS, John Team Totals

15 32 01 03 05 11 24 25 33

FG % 1st Half: 10-27 3FG % 1st Half: 4-13 FT % 1st Half: 8-13

f f c g g

37.0% 30.8% 61.5%

3-9 5-11 5-10 5-12 1-9 0-2 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-2

0-2 3-5 0-0 1-4 0-5 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

0-2 1-3 5-6 6-6 0-0 0-0 4-8 0-0 0-0 1-2

20-57

4-18

17-27

2nd half: 10-30 33.3% 2nd half: 0-5 0.0% 2nd half: 9-14 64.3%

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

3 5 8 4 1 0 1 4 3 4 7 4 3 3 6 1 0 2 2 1 0 1 1 3 0 1 1 3 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 3 14 18 32 21

6 14 15 17 2 0 6 0 0 1

3 1 1 1 1 2 4 1 0 0

Min

2 1 2 4 1 2 2 1 0 0

0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0

61 14 15

2

4 200

Game: 20-57 35.1% Game: 4-18 22.2% Game: 17-27 63.0%

32 36 30 35 20 10 19 9 2 7

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

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Player

10

BOYKIN, Jamal ROBERTSON, Theo SANDERS-FRISON, M. RANDLE, Jerome CHRISTOPHER, Patrick CARTER, Nigel SEELEY, D.J. GUTIERREZ, Jorge SMITH, Brandon KNEZEVIC, Nikola ZHANG, Max BAK, Bak AMOKE, Omondi Team Totals

24 45 03 23 00 01 02 12 13 14 15 21

FG % 1st Half: 12-30 3FG % 1st Half: 2-8 FT % 1st Half: 14-16

40.0% 25.0% 87.5%

f f c g g

1-2 6-8 3-4 4-8 7-16 2-3 0-0 1-2 0-3 1-3 3-5 0-1 1-6

0-0 3-4 0-0 2-4 2-6 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 7-8 0-0 12-12 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0 2-4 1-2 0-0 4-4

29-61

7-17

30-35

2nd half: 17-31 54.8% 2nd half: 5-9 55.6% 2nd half: 16-19 84.2%

1st

2nd

Total

32 40

29 55

61 95

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

1 9 10 2 0 2 2 2 2 4 6 4 0 2 2 1 2 3 5 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 2 4 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 3 1 4 3 1 0 1 0 4 1 5 2 1 2 3 15 30 45 20

2 22 6 22 18 4 0 4 0 4 7 0 6

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

Min

3 1 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

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

95 11 10

3

5 200

Game: 29-61 47.5% Game: 7-17 41.2% Game: 30-35 85.7%

Points DETROIT CAL

McLEMORE, Martelle WHITFIELD, Flenard LAWSON, Donald DOUGLAS, Mike KOOL, David WARD, Demetrius POKLEY, Brandon HUTCHESON, Nate WOLF, Alex WHITTINGTON, Shayne BROWN, David CONTEH, Muhammed Team Totals

33 24 05 23 01 10 11 15 21 25 32

FG % 1st Half: 13-31 3FG % 1st Half: 3-10 FT % 1st Half: 5-8

24 32 16 31 31 2 2 12 9 9 14 4 14

Deadball Rebounds 2

Officials: David Hall, Tony Padilla, Kevin Brill Technical fouls: DETROIT-None. California-None. Attendance: 7541 2009 SPORTS CLASSIC Benefiting COACHES VS. CANCER BERKELEY REGIONAL GAME 2 Score by periods DETROIT California

Player

03

Deadball Rebounds 3,2

California 95 • 2-0

In Paint 24 38

Last FG - DETROIT 2nd-03:16, CAL 2nd-00:28. Largest lead - DETROIT None, CAL by 34 2nd-00:28.

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

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41.9% 30.0% 62.5%

f f c g g

5-7 8-10 1-3 0-5 7-18 0-6 0-0 3-8 0-0 1-2 0-1 1-1

2-4 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-2 0-3 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

26-61

3-17

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

3 4 7 5 1 4 5 5 1 1 2 4 0 0 0 1 1 4 5 3 1 1 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 4 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 1 2 5 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 25-31 12 24 36 31

12 16 5 2 29 1 0 9 0 4 0 2

1 0 0 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0-0 0-1 3-4 2-2 15-16 1-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-2

2nd half: 13-30 43.3% 2nd half: 0-7 0.0% 2nd half: 20-23 87.0%

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

80 11 16

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 3 1 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0

Min

25 19 15 36 38 16 1 24 1 5 12 8

1 10 200

Game: 26-61 42.6% Game: 3-17 17.6% Game: 25-31 80.6%

Deadball Rebounds 3

DETROIT 86 • 1-1 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

##

Player

00

KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase LEE, Lamar FOSTER, Donavan PAYNE, Woody STEPHENS, Eulis BLUE, Eugene HOSKINS, John Team Totals

15 32 01 03 05 11 24 30 33

FG % 1st Half: 13-27 3FG % 1st Half: 6-14 FT % 1st Half: 7-14

48.1% 42.9% 50.0%

f f c g g

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

1 0 1 5 0 2 2 4 5 7 12 3 2 2 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 2 4 6 0 1 2 3 3 0 2 2 3 2 0 2 1 0 1 1 26-51 11-23 23-39 13 22 35 21

10 3 16 22 8 3 11 7 6 0

4 1 1 4 1 2 4 1 0 0

4-6 1-1 5-8 6-12 2-7 0-3 3-4 2-5 3-5 0-0

1-2 1-1 0-0 5-9 2-6 0-1 1-1 1-3 0-0 0-0

1-1 0-0 6-11 5-8 2-2 3-8 4-5 2-4 0-0 0-0

2nd half: 13-24 54.2% 2nd half: 5-9 55.6% 2nd half: 16-25 64.0%

Min

2 1 3 6 0 1 3 0 1 1

0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 1 0 0 3 0 0 0

86 18 18

3

5 200

Game: 26-51 51.0% Game: 11-23 47.8% Game: 23-39 59.0%

20 12 35 35 21 14 27 18 15 3

Deadball Rebounds 4,4

Officials: Steve Skiles, James Ferrari, Jeff Spedoske Technical fouls: Western Michigan U.-None. DETROIT-LEE, Lamar. Attendance: 3840 Off T/O 14 18

2nd Fast Chance Break 9 4 25 11

Bench 7 25

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 0 times.

Score by periods Western Michigan U. DETROIT

1st

2nd

Total

34 39

46 47

80 86

Last FG - WMU 2nd-00:12, DETROIT 2nd-06:17. Largest lead - WMU by 4 1st-19:05, DETROIT by 16 2nd-06:17.

Points WMU DETROIT

In Paint 32 28

Off T/O 21 21

2nd Fast Chance Break 10 4 12 10

Bench 16 27

Score tied - 6 times. Lead changed - 7 times.

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Detroit vs Robert Morris 11/20/09 5:00 p.m. at Albany, N.Y. (SEFCU Arena) Detroit 71 • 2-1 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

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Player

00

KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase LEE, Lamar FOSTER, Donavan PAYNE, Woody STEPHENS, Eulis BLUE, Eugene HOSKINS, John Team Totals

15 32 01 03 05 11 24 30 33

FG % 1st Half: 13-27 3FG % 1st Half: 4-10 FT % 1st Half: 9-12

48.1% 40.0% 75.0%

f f c g g

2-4 6-14 6-12 5-18 0-0 1-1 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0

0-1 1-6 0-0 2-8 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

9-12 6-7 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-3 2-2 3-4 0-0

21-52

4-17

25-32

2nd half: 8-25 32.0% 2nd half: 0-7 0.0% 2nd half: 16-20 80.0%

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

1 2 3 2 1 4 5 3 2 6 8 4 2 5 7 2 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 3 4 3 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 4 1 5 13 24 37 21

13 19 14 12 0 3 5 2 3 0

1 1 1 7 0 0 1 0 0 0

1 1 6 4 0 2 2 0 2 0

71 11 18

0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 4 1 5 0 1 1 0 1 0

Min

31 34 27 35 9 13 26 12 10 3

2 15 200

Game: 21-52 40.4% Game: 4-17 23.5% Game: 25-32 78.1%

Deadball Rebounds 2

Robert Morris 59 • 0-3 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

##

Player

01

ROBINSON, Rob GREEN, Dallas NWIGWE, Mezie JONES, Velton LANGHURST, Jimmy ABRAHAM, Karon WALLACE, Gary PIEHL, Brad JOHNSON, Russell THOMPSON, Lijah WHITEHEAD, Josiah Team Totals

24 02 03 12 04 14 25 34 35 44

FG % 1st Half: 11-30 3FG % 1st Half: 2-4 FT % 1st Half: 7-11

36.7% 50.0% 63.6%

f f g g g

7-11 1-4 2-5 1-4 4-8 2-11 1-5 0-1 4-9 0-1 0-0

0-0 0-0 1-1 0-1 2-5 1-6 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

0-2 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-1 4-4 1-2 0-0 1-1 0-0 2-2

22-59

4-14

11-16

2nd half: 11-29 37.9% 2nd half: 2-10 20.0% 2nd half: 4-5 80.0%

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

2 2 4 5 2 6 8 1 1 3 4 4 0 2 2 1 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 3 0 1 1 1 4 4 8 4 2 0 2 1 0 1 1 1 2 2 4 16 23 39 22

14 5 5 2 10 9 3 0 9 0 2

0 1 2 1 1 2 0 0 2 0 0

59

9 22

3 2 1 5 8 2 0 0 1 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

0 1 3 1 0 0 2 0 1 2 0

Min

21 22 22 16 27 24 19 5 24 12 8

2 10 200

Game: 22-59 37.3% Game: 4-14 28.6% Game: 11-16 68.8%

Deadball Rebounds 2

Officials: Jack Sweeney, Don McEvoy, Kenneth Jayne Technical fouls: Detroit-None. Robert Morris-None. Attendance: 2824 2009 2K SPORTS CLASSIC benefiting COACHES VS CANCER - ALBANY SUBREGIONAL ROUND - GAME 1 Score by periods Detroit Robert Morris

1st

2nd

Total

39 31

32 28

71 59

Last FG - DETROIT 2nd-02:10, RMU 2nd-01:35. Largest lead - DETROIT by 14 2nd-01:01, RMU by 4 1st-19:14.

Points DETROIT RMU

In Paint 26 20

Off T/O 22 12

2nd Fast Chance Break 8 10 12 0

Score tied - 5 times. Lead changed - 1 time.

Bench 13 23

Eulis Stephens provided veteran leadership and experience off the bench, coming up with seven points and three rebounds against Western Michigan.

11 Postseason Appearances - 4 HL Players of the Year

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2010-11 Detroit Titans Basketball

2009-10 Box Scores Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Detroit vs ALBANY 11/21/09 7:30 p.m. at Albany, N.Y. (SEFCU Arena)

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Alcorn State vs Detroit 11/22/09 2:30 p.m. at Albany, N.Y. (SEFCU Arena)

Detroit 66 • 3-1

Alcorn State 59 • 0-6 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

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Player

00

KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase LEE, Lamar FOSTER, Donavan PAYNE, Woody STEPHENS, Eulis BLUE, Eugene HOSKINS, John Team Totals

15 32 01 03 05 11 24 30 33

FG % 1st Half: 12-31 3FG % 1st Half: 3-11 FT % 1st Half: 13-14

38.7% 27.3% 92.9%

f f c g g

5-10 1-8 7-8 0-3 1-7 1-3 2-6 1-2 1-1 0-1

1-2 0-2 0-0 0-1 1-6 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-0

10-11 3-4 6-10 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-7 0-0 0-0 0-0

19-49

3-14

25-32

2nd half: 7-18 2nd half: 0-3 2nd half: 12-18

38.9% 0.0% 66.7%

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

2 3 5 2 2 2 4 1 5 9 14 3 0 1 1 4 0 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 2 3 3 1 1 2 2 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 13 23 36 17

21 5 20 0 3 2 10 3 2 0

2 0 0 2 0 0 5 0 0 0

2 2 5 0 0 0 2 1 1 0

0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

2 0 1 1 0 1 4 0 0 0

66

9 13

3

9 200

Game: 19-49 Game: 3-14 Game: 25-32

38.8% 21.4% 78.1%

Min

32 35 26 15 13 6 31 24 16 2

Deadball Rebounds 3

ALBANY 54 • 2-3 ##

Player

03

Harris, Will Lindfors, Jake Gifford, Brett Johnson, Mike Ambrose, Tim Aronhalt, Logan Urli, Fran Tartt, Derrek Black, Mike McRae, Scotty Metcalf, Blake Barraza, Louis Allen, Billy Team Totals

24 54 11 23 02 04 05 10 12 21 32 33

FG % 1st Half: 10-24 3FG % 1st Half: 6-12 FT % 1st Half: 7-8

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

f f c g g

41.7% 50.0% 87.5%

2-6 3-7 1-4 2-6 4-9 2-6 0-1 0-1 0-0 2-5 0-0 0-1 1-1

2-3 1-4 0-0 0-1 2-3 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 1-1

1-2 1-2 0-0 5-6 2-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

17-47

8-18

12-16

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

7-23 2-6 5-8

30.4% 33.3% 62.5%

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

2 1 3 3 2 5 7 3 2 1 3 1 0 4 4 2 1 4 5 4 0 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 4 3 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 10 21 31 23

7 8 2 9 12 7 0 0 0 6 0 0 3

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

Game: 17-47 Game: 8-18 Game: 12-16

2 1 1 5 5 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 54 10 20

Min

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

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

1

9 200

36.2% 44.4% 75.0%

23 25 19 31 29 22 2 5 4 20 11 2 7

Deadball Rebounds 1

1st

2nd

Total

40 33

26 21

66 54

Points DETROIT ALBANY

In Paint 22 10

Last FG - DETROIT 2nd-04:24, ALBANY 2nd-00:55. Largest lead - DETROIT by 19 2nd-04:24, ALBANY by 7 1st-15:43.

Off T/O 27 15

2nd Fast Chance Break 13 0 8 0

Bench 17 16

Player

00

KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase LEE, Lamar FOSTER, Donavan PAYNE, Woody STEPHENS, Eulis BLUE, Eugene Team Totals

03 05 11 24 30

FG % 1st Half: 11-25 3FG % 1st Half: 1-6 FT % 1st Half: 5-6

44.0% 16.7% 83.3%

f f c g g

4-10 7-11 2-6 6-19 5-9 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2

0-1 0-0 0-0 1-7 3-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

25-57

4-13

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

2 2 4 3 1 6 7 4 4 2 6 4 2 3 5 0 1 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 1 4 0 4 12-16 14 19 33 19

12 17 6 16 13 0 0 0 2

4 3 1 2 3 0 2 0 0

4-7 3-3 2-2 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

2nd half: 11-27 40.7% 2nd half: 2-4 50.0% 2nd half: 6-8 75.0%

OT: OT: OT:

3-5 1-3 1-2

60.0% 33.3% 50.0%

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

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Player

03

HILL, Devin WALLACE, Eric STOVALL, Mike KELLY, Jeremiah WALKER, Will BIZOUKAS, Michael STULA, Mario FREELAND, Tony FABER, Krys SIGGINS, Ryan Team Totals

01 11 30 00 10 22 33 34

FG % 1st Half: 14-26 3FG % 1st Half: 2-7 FT % 1st Half: 4-6

53.8% 28.6% 66.7%

f f g g g

2-8 6-13 0-2 3-7 8-14 2-3 1-2 1-3 1-1 2-6

0-3 0-0 0-1 1-3 3-5 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-5

26-59 2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

5-18

8-26 1-8 7-14

01 11 23 30 32 33

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

8-22 2-5 7-9

36.4% 40.0% 77.8%

0-0 0-2 0-0 2-8 0-0 0-0 3-4 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0

1-2 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0 5-6 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

22-57

5-17

10-13

2nd half: 14-35 40.0% 2nd half: 3-12 25.0% 2nd half: 3-4 75.0%

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

2 5 7 2 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 1 0 6 6 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 5 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 5 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 6 22 28 19

11 4 2 12 0 13 13 2 0 2 0

0 1 0 3 2 0 0 2 0 0 0

1 0 5 4 3 4 1 2 0 1 0

0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 1 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

59

8 21

2

7 200

Game: 22-57 38.6% Game: 5-17 29.4% Game: 10-13 76.9%

Min

27 15 10 37 6 24 18 12 8 20 23

Deadball Rebounds 1

Detroit 79 • 4-1 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

##

Player

00

KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase LEE, Lamar FOSTER, Donavan PAYNE, Woody STEPHENS, Eulis FEE, Jordan BLUE, Eugene HOSKINS, John Team Totals

15 32 01 03 05 11 24 25 30 33

FG % 1st Half: 17-35 3FG % 1st Half: 2-11 FT % 1st Half: 6-12

48.6% 18.2% 50.0%

Score by periods Alcorn State Detroit

Player

45 41 32 43 35 4 9 3 13

05

MARTIN, Sirlester BOUDLER, Dan MAYS, DeAndre BRIGHT, Kelvin SULSKIS, Vytas COOKSEY, Vance WARD, Ashen REBILLOT, Zack D'HAITI, Eddie PARKS, Tom Team Totals

0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1

66 15 12

2

6 225

Game: 25-57 43.9% Game: 4-13 30.8% Game: 12-16 75.0%

Deadball Rebounds 1

f f c g g

6-9 1-2 8-12 7-19 3-9 1-3 1-1 2-4 1-1 1-2 0-1

0-1 0-0 0-0 1-6 2-8 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-1 0-0 0-0

5-6 0-0 0-2 0-2 0-0 1-3 1-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 4-6

31-63

4-17

13-23

2nd half: 14-28 50.0% 2nd half: 2-6 33.3% 2nd half: 7-11 63.6%

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

3 1 4 2 2 1 3 3 4 11 15 2 3 4 7 2 0 2 2 1 1 2 3 2 1 1 2 2 1 4 5 2 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 15 31 46 18

17 2 16 15 8 3 3 6 3 2 4

0 3 0 2 1 4 1 1 0 0 0

Min

3 2 5 5 1 1 1 0 0 1 1

0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

3 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0

79 12 20

5

8 200

Game: 31-63 49.2% Game: 4-17 23.5% Game: 13-23 56.5%

22 15 30 31 23 13 15 23 4 13 11

Deadball Rebounds 5

1st

2nd

Total

25 42

34 37

59 79

Points ALCORN DETROIT

In Paint 16 44

Off T/O 16 25

2nd Fast Chance Break 2 0 25 4

Bench 30 21

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 0 times.

A TO Blk Stl

2 3 5 4 3 3 6 1 0 4 4 1 0 3 3 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 2 0 2 1 3 2 5 2 2 1 3 1 2 3 5 2 5 1 6 11-22 19 21 40 15

5 16 4 7 20 4 2 3 2 5

0 0 3 4 0 2 0 0 0 2

1-4 4-8 4-4 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 1-3 0-1 0-0

4-7 2-3 0-2

57.1% 66.7% 0.0%

1st

2nd

OT

Total

28 34

30 24

8 10

66 68

01 14 44 04 20 21 24

FG % 1st Half: 11-29 37.9% 3FG % 1st Half: 3-11 27.3% FT % 1st Half: 3-6 50.0%

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

f f g g g

6-12 2-3 5-12 4-8 3-12 1-3 0-2 1-2 0-0 1-1

2-4 0-0 2-6 0-2 0-2 0-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-1

23-55

5-19

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

2 3 5 2 1 3 4 1 0 1 1 5 3 0 3 2 2 3 5 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 2 1 3 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 20-28 12 11 23 22

2nd half: 12-26 46.2% 2nd half: 2-8 25.0% 2nd half: 17-22 77.3%

TP

A TO Blk Stl

14 9 16 8 14 2 0 3 2 3

0 1 5 3 0 0 0 1 0 0

Min

1 1 5 3 0 2 2 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 4 0 0 1 1 1 0 0

71 10 15

0

8 200

Game: 23-55 41.8% Game: 5-19 26.3% Game: 20-28 71.4%

23 28 35 27 30 7 11 20 9 10

Deadball Rebounds 4,1

DETROIT 82 • 5-2 (1-0 HL) TP

OT: OT: OT:

33

32

PF

30.8% 12.5% 50.0%

Last FG - DETROIT OT-00:02, DPU OT-00:07. Largest lead - DETROIT by 3 1st-19:29, DPU by 11 1st-05:35.

81

04

Min

3 2 2 1 1 1 0 1 1

0 3 2 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 68 11 11

Min

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 3 0 0 1 0 0

1

8 225

Game: 26-59 44.1% Game: 5-18 27.8% Game: 11-22 50.0%

10 37 20 34 41 14 11 25 9 24

Deadball Rebounds 6

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Player

00

KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas BLUE, Eugene SIMON, Chase LEE, Lamar FOSTER, Donavan PAYNE, Woody STEPHENS, Eulis HOSKINS, John Team Totals

15 30 01 03 05 11 24 33

FG % 1st Half: 16-23 69.6% 3FG % 1st Half: 1-2 50.0% FT % 1st Half: 6-9 66.7%

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

f f f g g

5-9 8-10 6-7 1-2 1-2 3-4 4-6 1-3 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-2 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-0

5-8 3-4 3-6 4-6 0-0 1-1 3-4 2-4 0-0

29-43

3-6

21-33

2nd half: 13-20 65.0% 2nd half: 2-4 50.0% 2nd half: 15-24 62.5%

1 6 7 4 2 4 6 3 1 1 2 5 2 2 4 4 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 4 4 3 0 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 6 22 28 23

TP

A TO Blk Stl

15 19 15 7 3 8 11 4 0

3 1 0 3 3 0 5 3 0

5 4 3 0 2 1 2 0 1

82 18 18

0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1

Min

1 0 0 1 1 1 4 2 0

38 40 16 12 19 15 34 22 4

5 10 200

Game: 29-43 67.4% Game: 3-6 50.0% Game: 21-33 63.6%

Deadball Rebounds 8,2

Officials: Lamar Simpson, Chris Beaver, Steve Skiles Technical fouls: Youngstown State-None. DETROIT-None. Attendance: 1424

Officials: James Breeding, Lamar Simpson, Todd Williams Technical fouls: Detroit-None. DePaul-None. Attendance: 7522 Score by periods Detroit DePaul

00

##

DePaul 68 • 4-1

25

13

5-8 2-9 1-1 4-14 0-0 4-9 4-7 1-3 0-3 1-3 0-0

Youngstown State 71 • 3-4 (0-1 HL) Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

##

01

45

f f c g g

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Youngstown State vs DETROIT 12/03/09 7:00 p.m. at Calihan Hall, Detroit, MI

Detroit 66 • 4-2

32

Francis, Ian Ragland, Jamar Holt, JaMarkus Boyd, Jonathan Blackwell, Derrick Searcy, Keith Ingram, Shaunvanta Rogers, Brandon Eackles, Tony Starks, Michael Martin, Michael Team Totals

Last FG - ALCORN 2nd-00:11, DETROIT 2nd-00:33. Largest lead - ALCORN None, DETROIT by 25 2nd-09:55.

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 1 time.

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Detroit vs DePaul 11-28-09 1:00 pm at Allstate Arena - Rosemont, Ill.

15

Player

24

Officials: Kevin Ferguson, Alan Libardoni, Joe Smoot Technical fouls: Alcorn State-Holt, JaMarkus. Detroit-None. Attendance: 1914 2009 2K SPORTS CLASSIC benefiting COACHES VS CANCER - ALBANY SUBREGIONAL ROUND - GAME 5

Officials: Gary Pucino, David Walker, Chris Ogden Technical fouls: Detroit-None. ALBANY-None. Attendance: 3094 2009 2K SPORTS CLASSIC benefiting COACHES VS CANCER - ALBANY SUBREGIONAL ROUND - GAME 4 Score by periods Detroit ALBANY

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

##

In Points Paint DETROIT 26 DPU 30

Off T/O 12 8

2nd Fast Chance Break 10 0 18 2

Score tied - 5 times. Lead changed - 5 times.

Bench 2 16

Score by periods Youngstown State DETROIT

1st

2nd

Total

28 39

43 43

71 82

Last FG - YSU 2nd-02:18, DETROIT 2nd-01:56. Largest lead - YSU by 4 1st-16:16, DETROIT by 15 1st-02:01.

In Points Paint YSU 33 DETROIT 36

Off T/O 21 21

2nd Fast Chance Break 13 8 5 20

Bench 10 23

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 4 times.

12 All-Americans - 21 NBA/ABA Draft Picks


Basketball The Way It Ought To Be

2009-10 Box Scores Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Cleveland State vs DETROIT 12/05/09 1:05 p.m. at Calihan Hall, Detroit, MI Cleveland State 62 • 3-6 (0-2 HL) Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

##

Player

23

CUNNINGHAM, Jared f 0-3 POGUE, Aaron f 1-4 HARMON, Trevon g 5-12 COLE, Norris g 3-11 BROWN, D'Aundray g 1-7 WELLS, Anthony 3-3 ANDERSON, Kevin 0-0 MONTGOMERY, Jeremy 3-8 AJERE, Nigel 6-9 KAMCZYC, Tim 0-0 LATAS, Joe 0-0 Team Totals 22-57

44 03 30 32 01 04 05 25 33 51

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

5-22 0-5 5-6

22.7% 0.0% 83.3%

0-1 0-0 3-8 0-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-19

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

2 1 3 3 3 7 10 5 0 3 3 2 0 1 1 0 3 3 6 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 4 1 8 9 3 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 14-18 10 28 38 23

2 3 15 11 2 6 0 11 12 0 0

0 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

62

6 21

2-2 1-2 2-2 5-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-4 0-2 0-0 0-0

2nd half: 17-35 48.6% 2nd half: 4-14 28.6% 2nd half: 9-12 75.0%

2 3 3 3 1 1 0 6 1 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0

0 0 3 3 4 1 1 1 3 0 1

Min

10 26 31 28 32 7 1 28 25 3 9

3 17 200

Game: 22-57 38.6% Game: 4-19 21.1% Game: 14-18 77.8%

Deadball Rebounds 1

DETROIT 69 • 6-2 (2-0 HL) Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

##

Player

00

KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas BLUE, Eugene SIMON, Chase LEE, Lamar FOSTER, Donavan PAYNE, Woody STEPHENS, Eulis HOSKINS, John Team Totals

15 30 01 03 05 11 24 33

FG % 1st Half: 11-30 3FG % 1st Half: 3-10 FT % 1st Half: 1-6

36.7% 30.0% 16.7%

f f f g g

7-10 8-15 0-4 1-6 0-3 2-3 3-7 2-5 0-0

4-6 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-3 2-2 0-1 0-1 0-0

6-9 2-4 0-0 3-7 0-0 2-2 4-7 0-0 0-1

23-53

6-15

17-30

2nd half: 12-23 52.2% 2nd half: 3-5 60.0% 2nd half: 16-24 66.7%

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

1 2 3 4 3 3 6 1 1 3 4 4 1 10 11 2 0 0 0 1 0 4 4 2 0 2 2 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 4 8 28 36 17

24 18 0 5 0 8 10 4 0

2 1 1 4 1 0 4 1 0

3 0 2 7 3 2 3 1 0

69 14 21

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4 0 0 1 1 0 5 0 0

Min

35 39 20 34 11 14 28 13 6

0 11 200

Game: 23-53 43.4% Game: 6-15 40.0% Game: 17-30 56.7%

Deadball Rebounds 7

Officials: Lamont Simpson, Bill Neketis, James Barker Technical fouls: Cleveland State-None. DETROIT-None. Attendance: 2763

Eugene Blue stepped in for an injured Eli Holman and torched Youngstown State for 15 points in just 16 minutes of action in UDM’s 82-71 victory. Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Tennessee State vs DETROIT 12/08/09 7:05 p.m. at Calihan Hall, Detroit, MI

02

SAIN,Josh FUNDERBURKE,Lonnie COVINGTON,Robert CRUTCHER,Jeremiah PETERS,Wil NOBLES,Jacquan BUIE,Martell NASH,Hamilton PEGUERO,Erick FREDRICK,Tashan COWAN,Marcus Team Totals

05 33 01 10 00 04 11 15 22 34

FG % 1st Half: 14-22 3FG % 1st Half: 5-10 FT % 1st Half: 5-7

63.6% 50.0% 71.4%

f f f g g

7-14 1-2 1-2 4-8 6-8 3-5 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0

3-7 0-0 0-1 1-4 2-3 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

8-9 1-4 2-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

24-43

8-18

14-19

2nd half: 10-21 47.6% 2nd half: 3-8 37.5% 2nd half: 9-12 75.0%

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

Min

0 6 6 1 0 2 2 5 0 3 3 1 0 2 2 2 0 1 1 2 0 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 20 21 19

25 3 4 9 15 8 0 6 0 0 0

2 1 1 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

31 28 21 33 36 26 3 17 1 4 0+

2 3 2 3 1 2 0 2 0 0 0

0 1 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0

0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

70 10 15

6

2 200

Game: 24-43 55.8% Game: 8-18 44.4% Game: 14-19 73.7%

Deadball Rebounds 4,1

DETROIT 69 • 6-3 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

##

Player

00

KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas BLUE, Eugene SIMON, Chase LEE, Lamar FOSTER, Donavan PAYNE, Woody STEPHENS, Eulis HOSKINS, John Team Totals

15 30 01 03 05 11 24 33

FG % 1st Half: 13-34 3FG % 1st Half: 2-7 FT % 1st Half: 6-6

38.2% 28.6% 100.0

f f f g g

4-12 6-11 1-4 5-10 1-2 5-8 4-8 0-0 0-3

0-2 0-0 0-0 1-3 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

26-58

3-9

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

1 2 3 5 0 0 0 2 3 1 4 1 1 5 6 2 0 1 1 0 2 0 2 1 1 5 6 2 1 2 3 1 1 1 2 3 3 1 4 14-20 13 18 31 17

10 14 2 13 3 11 8 4 4

3 1 1 2 0 1 6 0 0

2nd half: 13-24 54.2% 2nd half: 1-2 50.0% 2nd half: 8-14 57.1%

2-4 2-2 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-6 4-4

Min

4 1 1 3 0 1 0 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 0 0 1 1 0 3 0 0

69 14 11

0

7 200

Game: 26-58 44.8% Game: 3-9 33.3% Game: 14-20 70.0%

28 37 13 30 10 19 33 20 10

Deadball Rebounds 4,1

Total

47 43

62 69

Points CSU DETROIT

In Paint 30 28

Last FG - CSU 2nd-00:03, DETROIT 2nd-00:00. Largest lead - CSU None, DETROIT by 20 2nd-05:18.

Off T/O 14 12

2nd Fast Chance Break 7 13 9 18

Bench 29 22

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 0 times.

1st

2nd

Total

38 34

32 35

70 69

Last FG - TSU 2nd-00:25, DETROIT 2nd-00:46. Largest lead - TSU by 7 2nd-18:00, DETROIT by 3 1st-07:40.

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

##

Player

00

KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody LEE, Lamar FOSTER, Donavan STEPHENS, Eulis BLUE, Eugene Team Totals

15 32 01 11 03 05 24 30

FG % 1st Half: 16-29 3FG % 1st Half: 3-5 FT % 1st Half: 1-4

55.2% 60.0% 25.0%

f f c g g

6-14 3-9 8-10 4-11 2-5 0-0 1-3 0-3 2-3

3-6 0-2 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

3-4 4-4 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

26-58

4-12

8-12

2nd half: 10-29 34.5% 2nd half: 1-7 14.3% 2nd half: 7-8 87.5%

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

3 1 4 2 3 4 7 1 1 3 4 2 2 3 5 3 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 3 0 1 1 11 15 26 17

18 10 17 9 4 0 2 0 4

2 2 0 7 2 0 1 0 0

2 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0

0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1

2 2 0 0 1 0 1 2 0

64 14

7

4

8 200

Game: 26-58 44.8% Game: 4-12 33.3% Game: 8-12 66.7%

Min

35 39 32 37 31 4 10 4 8

Deadball Rebounds 1

Michigan 75 • 5-4 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

##

Player

34

Sims, DeShawn Novak, Zack Harris, Manny Morris, Darius Lucas-Perry, Laval Douglass, Stu Akunne, Eso Wright, Anthony Vogrich, Matt Gibson, Zack Team Totals

00 03 04 31 01 05 12 13 32

FG % 1st Half: 13-26 3FG % 1st Half: 3-13 FT % 1st Half: 4-4

50.0% 23.1% 100.0

f 10-12 g 1-5 g 8-16 g 0-1 g 3-7 3-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 25-49

3-3 0-3 3-7 0-1 1-5 1-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 8-24

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

2 10 12 3 2 2 4 3 5 4 9 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 3 3 17-21 11 24 35 11

23 2 27 0 10 9 0 0 0 4

4 0 6 0 2 4 0 0 0 0

0-0 0-1 8-10 0-0 3-4 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-4

2nd half: 12-23 52.2% 2nd half: 5-11 45.5% 2nd half: 13-17 76.5%

1 0 2 2 2 2 0 0 1 2 1 75 16 13

Min

1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

5

4 200

Game: 25-49 51.0% Game: 8-24 33.3% Game: 17-21 81.0%

30 34 38 11 36 32 5 3 1 10

Deadball Rebounds 2

Officials: Steve Welmer, Jamie Luckie, Brian O'Connell Technical fouls: University of Detroit-None. Michigan-None. Attendance: 11163

Officials: Bill Lopina, Rick O'Neill, Anthony May Technical fouls: Tennessee State-None. DETROIT-None. Attendance: 1791 Score by periods Tennessee State DETROIT

2nd

15 26

University of Detroit 64 • 6-4 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Player

1st

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics University of Detroit vs Michigan 12/13/09 12:00 PM at Crisler Arena, Ann Arbor, MI

Tennessee State 70 • 2-8 ##

Score by periods Cleveland State DETROIT

Points TSU DETROIT

In Paint 18 38

Off T/O 8 12

2nd Fast Chance Break 0 7 13 24

Score tied - 5 times. Lead changed - 19 times.

Bench 14 27

Score by periods University of Detroit Michigan

1st

2nd

Total

36 33

28 42

64 75

Last FG - DETROIT 2nd-00:35, MICH 2nd-01:43. Largest lead - DETROIT by 6 1st-08:01, MICH by 14 2nd-01:23.

Points DETROIT MICH

In Paint 42 24

Off T/O 16 11

2nd Fast Chance Break 20 2 16 6

Bench 6 13

Score tied - 3 times. Lead changed - 14 times.

11 Postseason Appearances - 4 HL Players of the Year

82


2010-11 Detroit Titans Basketball

2009-10 Box Scores Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Bowling Green vs DETROIT 12/19/09 3:30 p.m. at Calihan Hall, Detroit, MI Bowling Green 69 • 5-4 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

##

Player

10

THOMAS, Scott LARSON, Marc POLK, Otis JAKUBOWSKI, Joe BROWN, Dee CRAWFORD, Jordon KRAUS, Luke GOINS, Darion MCELROY, Danny MARSCHALL, Erik Team Totals

50 45 14 22 01 03 04 33 34

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

8-21 3-9 3-8

38.1% 33.3% 37.5%

f f c g g

4-7 1-3 2-7 5-13 0-1 6-11 0-0 0-1 0-1 4-5

3-4 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-1 2-6 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0

22-49

6-17

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

0 2 2 3 3 1 4 3 5 3 8 4 0 3 3 2 0 4 4 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 3 3 4 2 0 2 19-28 10 17 27 23

11 5 11 17 0 15 0 0 0 10

3 1 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 1

0-0 3-4 7-9 6-7 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-6

2nd half: 14-28 50.0% 2nd half: 3-8 37.5% 2nd half: 16-20 80.0%

Min

3 1 1 3 3 0 0 1 2 2

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

1 38 1 17 1 33 1 400 14 0 23 0 1 0 3 0 7 0 24

69 10 16

2

4 200

Game: 22-49 44.9% Game: 6-17 35.3% Game: 19-28 67.9%

Deadball Rebounds 4

DETROIT 73 • 7-4 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

##

Player

00

KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody LEE, Lamar FOSTER, Donavan STEPHENS, Eulis BLUE, Eugene HOSKINS, John Team Totals

15 32 01 11 03 05 24 30 33

FG % 1st Half: 15-29 3FG % 1st Half: 4-10 FT % 1st Half: 3-6

51.7% 40.0% 50.0%

f f c g g

1-7 5-12 4-7 5-15 1-2 2-3 3-4 1-1 2-3 2-2

0-2 0-0 0-0 1-7 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

26-56

4-13

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

1 3 4 5 0 4 4 2 6 6 12 4 1 2 3 1 2 3 5 4 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 2 1 0 1 0 4 0 4 3 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 17-28 17 21 38 22

2 11 11 15 6 7 7 2 8 4

3 1 0 0 3 2 4 1 0 0

0-0 1-4 3-3 4-8 4-4 1-2 0-0 0-0 4-6 0-1

2nd half: 11-27 40.7% 2nd half: 0-3 0.0% 2nd half: 14-22 63.6%

Min

2 3 0 3 2 0 2 1 1 0

0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 0

73 14 14

3

6 200

Game: 26-56 46.4% Game: 4-13 30.8% Game: 17-28 60.7%

26 37 26 29 27 11 15 6 16 7

Deadball Rebounds 7,1

Officials: Peter Juzenas, Bob Testa, Glen Tuit Technical fouls: Bowling Green-None. DETROIT-None. Attendance: 2468 Score by periods Bowling Green DETROIT

1st

2nd

Total

22 37

47 36

69 73

Points BGSU DETROIT

In Paint 28 32

Last FG - BGSU 2nd-00:38, DETROIT 2nd-01:04. Largest lead - BGSU by 3 1st-12:21, DETROIT by 20 2nd-16:44.

Off T/O 8 17

2nd Fast Chance Break 12 7 20 18

Bench 25 28

Score tied - 3 times. Lead changed - 3 times.

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Shawnee State vs DETROIT 12/28/09 7:05 p.m. at Calihan Hall, Detroit, MI

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Central Michigan vs DETROIT 12/22/09 7:05 p.m. at Calihan Hall, Detroit, MI

Shawnee State 53 • 3-11

Central Michigan 58 • 4-7 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

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Player

34

McCLURE, William SPICA, Marko BITZER, Jordan HARMAN, Robbie WEARY, Antonio RASHID, Amir CRADDOCK, Finis KELLERMANN, Chris BROWN, Tyler Team Totals

10 15 20 24 02 05 21 33

FG % 1st Half: 12-25 3FG % 1st Half: 3-7 FT % 1st Half: 5-5

48.0% 42.9% 100.0

f c g g g

0-2 4-5 2-9 5-13 2-4 4-8 2-4 0-2 3-3

0-0 0-0 1-4 2-7 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0

0-2 5-9 0-0 0-0 1-2 5-5 0-0 0-0 0-0

22-50

3-13

11-18

2nd half: 10-25 40.0% 2nd half: 0-6 0.0% 2nd half: 6-13 46.2%

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

2 2 4 3 2 1 3 5 0 8 8 3 1 4 5 2 1 0 1 5 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 3 4 1 1 1 2 9 19 28 23

0 13 5 12 5 13 4 0 6

1 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 0

58

5 2 5 4 1 4 3 0 1 1 6 26

1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1

2 1 4 4 2 3 0 0 1

Min

##

Player

26 23 38 36 15 23 10 6 23

21 33 34 03 22 01 05 12 15 20 23 24 32

Berlekamp, Tom Morgan, Tyler Skaggs, Matt Franklin, Keelyn Nixson, Ian Thompason, RaChaun Metz, Zak Lewis, Derek Roush, Chris Bryant, Mark Boyles, Tyler Russell, Tim Bruns, Alex Team Totals

4 17 200

Game: 22-50 44.0% Game: 3-13 23.1% Game: 11-18 61.1%

Deadball Rebounds 3,1

DETROIT 76 • 8-4 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

##

Player

00

KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody LEE, Lamar FOSTER, Donavan STEPHENS, Eulis FEE, Jordan BLUE, Eugene HOSKINS, John Team Totals

15 32 01 11 03 05 24 25 30 33

FG % 1st Half: 14-28 3FG % 1st Half: 4-8 FT % 1st Half: 10-17

50.0% 50.0% 58.8%

f f c g g

3-5 6-15 3-5 3-7 1-4 5-6 0-2 3-3 0-0 2-2 0-0

0-1 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-1 3-4 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

26-49

6-11

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

0 1 1 4 4 4 8 1 2 4 6 4 2 4 6 2 0 6 6 3 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 18-30 12 23 35 21

10 17 7 10 5 13 0 8 0 5 1

4 0 0 1 9 1 0 4 0 0 0

2nd half: 12-21 57.1% 2nd half: 2-3 66.7% 2nd half: 8-13 61.5%

4-5 4-6 1-2 3-5 3-5 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 1-2 1-2

3 4 2 3 3 2 5 0 0 1 1

76 19 24

0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

3 0 0 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0

Min

31 31 20 26 31 20 5 15 1 12 8

3 11 200

Game: 26-49 53.1% Game: 6-11 54.5% Game: 18-30 60.0%

Deadball Rebounds 3

Officials: Lamar Simpson, John Yorkovich, Jeff Spedoske Technical fouls: Central Michigan-SPICA, Marko; WEARY, Antonio. DETROIT-KEELING, Xavier; STEPHENS, Eulis. Attendance: 2388 Score by periods Central Michigan DETROIT

1st

2nd

Total

32 42

26 34

58 76

Last FG - CMU 2nd-01:51, DETROIT 2nd-01:07. Largest lead - CMU by 11 1st-13:40, DETROIT by 21 2nd-10:52.

83

Lamar Lee’s 13 points against Central Michigan helped Detroit rout its in-state rival, 76-58, in front of its fans in Calihan Hall.

FG % 1st Half: 11-30 3FG % 1st Half: 1-5 FT % 1st Half: 7-10

36.7% 20.0% 70.0%

f f c g g

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF 0-3 0-1 1-3 0 0 0 1 3-15 0-3 2-2 3 3 6 0 1-6 0-0 0-0 2 2 4 3 2-6 0-0 3-3 0 0 0 3 1-10 0-3 1-2 0 2 2 3 3-6 0-1 1-2 1 0 1 1 1-4 1-2 2-2 0 1 1 3 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 1 4-7 0-0 2-4 1 0 1 4 3-8 1-2 1-2 0 3 3 1 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 2 4 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 2 3 0 6 1 7 19-67 2-12 13-20 17 17 34 22

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

8-37 1-7 6-10

21.6% 14.3% 60.0%

TP 1 8 2 7 3 7 5 0 0 10 8 2 0

A TO Blk Stl 0 3 0 2 2 3 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 3 0 2 1 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 2 2 0 1 0 2 0 0

Min 24 27 13 24 24 6 10 4 5 25 14 17 7

53

7 24

200

1 11

Game: 19-67 28.4% Game: 2-12 16.7% Game: 13-20 65.0%

Deadball Rebounds 3,1

DETROIT 82 • 9-4 ##

Player

00 15 32 01 11 03 04 05 24 25 30 33

KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody LEE, Lamar EATMON, Curtis FOSTER, Donavan STEPHENS, Eulis FEE, Jordan BLUE, Eugene HOSKINS, John Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 14-37 3FG % 1st Half: 2-9 FT % 1st Half: 6-9

37.8% 22.2% 66.7%

f f c g g

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF 6-10 0-1 1-3 1 6 7 1 2-10 1-2 3-4 3 0 3 0 5-7 0-0 3-5 6 9 15 1 4-9 2-4 0-2 2 5 7 1 2-3 0-0 2-2 2 0 2 2 2-5 1-4 2-2 0 2 2 2 2-5 0-2 0-0 1 1 2 2 2-5 1-2 1-2 0 1 1 4 2-5 0-0 1-2 4 1 5 2 1-1 1-1 0-1 0 0 0 0 1-1 0-0 2-4 0 3 3 2 1-2 0-0 1-2 1 2 3 2 1 2 3 30-63 6-16 16-29 21 32 53 19

2nd half: 16-26 61.5% 2nd half: 4-7 57.1% 2nd half: 10-20 50.0%

TP 13 8 13 10 6 7 4 6 5 3 4 3

A TO Blk Stl 4 5 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 4 6 3 2 4 1 2 1 2 0 1 0 3 1 3 1 2 0 1 2 3 0 1 0 2 3 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1

Min 22 20 25 23 18 17 11 16 14 7 15 12

82 14 26 17 16

200

Game: 30-63 47.6% Game: 6-16 37.5% Game: 16-29 55.2%

Deadball Rebounds 7,3

Officials: Brad Gaston, Sid Rodeheffer, Larry Martin Technical fouls: Shawnee State-None. DETROIT-None. Attendance: 1581 Points CMU DETROIT

In Paint 26 36

Off T/O 25 29

2nd Fast Chance Break 6 6 11 16

Score tied - 1 time. Lead changed - 1 time.

Bench 23 27

Score by periods Shawnee State DETROIT

1st

2nd

Total

30 36

23 46

53 82

Last FG - SSU 2nd-00:45, DETROIT 2nd-00:26. Largest lead - SSU None, DETROIT by 33 2nd-02:01.

Points SSU DETROIT

In Paint 32 46

Off T/O 16 27

2nd Fast Chance Break 15 11 22 23

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 0 times.

12 All-Americans - 21 NBA/ABA Draft Picks

Bench 32 32


Basketball The Way It Ought To Be

2009-10 Box Scores Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Detroit vs Loyola Chicago 01.02.10 3:00 p.m. at Joseph J. Gentile Center - Chicago, Ill.

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Detroit vs UIC 12/31/09 12:00 p.m. at UIC Pavilion - Chicago, IL

Detroit 59 • 10-5 (3-1)

Detroit 56 • 9-5, 2-1 ## 0 15 32 1 11 24 3 30 33 5

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Player KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody STEPHENS, Eulis LEE, Lamar BLUE, Eugene HOSKINS, John FOSTER, Donavan Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

9-27 3-6 2-2

33.3% 50.0% 100.0

f f c g g

3-5 4-8 0-3 6-13 1-2 0-3 2-6 1-3 0-0 4-8

0-1 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-1 2-5 0-0 0-0 2-3

2-4 3-4 0-0 1-2 1-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

21-51

5-13

9-14

2nd half: 12-24 50.0% 2nd half: 2-7 28.6% 2nd half: 7-12 58.3%

PF

TP

1 4 5 4 4 6 10 1 1 2 3 4 0 5 5 5 1 5 6 0 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 2 2 4 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 3 4 7 13 30 43 23

8 11 0 14 3 2 6 2 0 10

A TO Blk Stl

2 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 3

3 4 2 3 5 1 0 3 0 1 1 56 11 23

Min

##

Player

23 40 8 26 23 13 14 20 8 25

00 15 32 01 11 03 04 05 24 25 30 33

KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody LEE, Lamar EATMON, Curtis FOSTER, Donavan STEPHENS, Eulis FEE, Jordan BLUE, Eugene HOSKINS, John Team Totals

0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

2 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

4

5 200

Game: 21-51 41.2% Game: 5-13 38.5% Game: 9-14 64.3%

Deadball Rebounds 1

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

##

Player

33

BUTTELL, Jeremy BIRTON, Brad NEELY, Zavion STEWART, Spencer KREPS, Robo GRAY, Corey HARRIS, Kris BUCHANAN, Chris GREEN, Louis ROBBINS, K.C. Team Totals

23 25 3 14 22 31 41 44

FG % 1st Half: 8-30 3FG % 1st Half: 1-8 FT % 1st Half: 13-17

26.7% 12.5% 76.5%

f f g g g

2-10 3-4 2-12 2-6 5-10 0-3 1-8 1-4 0-0 0-0

0-2 0-0 0-1 0-3 3-5 0-2 0-1 0-3 0-0 0-0

16-57

3-17

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

6 6 12 5 3 1 4 4 1 2 3 0 1 6 7 3 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 5 25-31 15 21 36 17

5 6 7 5 31 0 2 4 0 0

0 0 0 7 0 0 1 0 0 0

1-4 0-1 3-4 1-2 18-18 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0

2nd half: 8-27 29.6% 2nd half: 2-9 22.2% 2nd half: 12-14 85.7%

60

2 3 1 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 13

Min

1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 0

4

8 200

Game: 16-57 28.1% Game: 3-17 17.6% Game: 25-31 80.6%

37 30 26 36 38 4 13 8 4 4

Deadball Rebounds 2

Officials: Rick Hartzell, Tim Hutchinson, Glenn Mayborg Technical fouls: Detroit-HOLMAN, Eli. UIC-None. Attendance: 2123 Score by periods Detroit UIC

1st

2nd

Total

23 30

33 30

56 60

Points DETROIT UIC

In Paint 28 18

Off T/O 6 22

2nd Fast Chance Break 7 4 8 4

Bench 20 6

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 0 times.

14 20 32 10 23 42 45

Player JOHNSON, Cory ROGERS, Michael LITTLE, Howard KURTH, Tommy WOOD, Brandon McPHERSON, Brandon KENNEY, Matt MILOSEVIC, Milos BROEKHOFF, Ryan Team Totals 58.3% 57.1% 40.0%

f 10-16 g 2-6 g 3-3 g 1-3 g 6-10 1-5 2-6 1-1 0-1 26-51

00

3-3 1-2 0-0 1-2 1-1 0-3 1-3 0-0 0-1

8-10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

7-15

8-11

2nd half: 12-27 44.4% 2nd half: 3-8 37.5% 2nd half: 6-6 100.0

3 2 5 2 1 2 3 3 3 4 7 1 0 4 4 1 0 2 2 5 0 0 0 3 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 8 18 26 19

TP

A TO Blk Stl

31 5 6 3 13 2 5 2 0

2 1 2 1 3 1 4 0 0

1 3 1 1 6 3 0 1 0 1 67 14 17

15 32 01 11 03 04 05 24 30

KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody LEE, Lamar EATMON, Curtis FOSTER, Donavan STEPHENS, Eulis BLUE, Eugene Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

8-23 1-6 7-11

34.8% 16.7% 63.6%

f f c g g

4-6 6-13 7-9 5-9 1-2 0-5 0-0 2-4 0-2 1-1

0-2 2-3 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-5 0-0 2-2 0-1 0-0

26-51

6-17

2nd

Total

34 24

33 53

67 77

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

9-29 4-10 1-3

31.0% 40.0% 33.3%

Score by periods Detroit Loyola Chicago

f f g g g

200

Deadball Rebounds 1

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF 1-7 1-1 1-2 5 1 6 1 4-6 1-2 0-1 2 1 3 3 1-7 0-2 0-0 2 6 8 4 5-14 2-7 2-3 1 3 4 0 0-5 0-3 0-0 0 1 1 1 0-2 0-1 0-0 1 3 4 2 0-1 0-1 1-2 1 0 1 0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 1-4 1-4 0-1 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2-7 1-1 4-6 1 1 2 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 14-54 6-22 8-15 16 18 34 13

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

5-25 2-12 7-12

20.0% 16.7% 58.3%

TP 4 9 2 14 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 9 0 42

A TO Blk Stl 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 7 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 7 14 1 5

Game: 14-54 25.9% Game: 6-22 27.3% Game: 8-15 53.3%

1st

2nd

Total

20 23

39 19

59 42

Points DETROIT LUC

Min 26 28 31 35 17 14 1 14 11 1 2 19 1 200

Deadball Rebounds 3

In Paint 36 16

Off T/O 14 10

2nd Fast Chance Break 13 16 18 2

Bench 18 13

Score tied - 2 times. Lead changed - 6 times.

1 2 3 3 3 3 6 0 5 7 12 2 0 3 3 3 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 19-28 12 19 31 11

Player HAYWARD, Gordon VEASLEY, Willie HOWARD, Matt MACK, Shelvin NORED, Ronald VANZANT, Shawn HAHN, Zach LEIENDECKER, Grant JUKES, Avery BUTCHER, Garrett SMITH, Andrew Team Totals

37 32 20 28 27 21 26 3 6

20

1

8 200

44

TP

A TO Blk Stl

15 17 18 14 3 2 0 6 0 2

3 2 4 2 3 0 1 0 0 0

Min

1 2 2 5 4 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

2 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 0

77 15 14

4

8 200

Game: 26-51 51.0% Game: 6-17 35.3% Game: 19-28 67.9%

Last FG - VALPO 2nd-00:13, DETROIT 2nd-01:11. Largest lead - VALPO by 10 1st-00:56, DETROIT by 13 2nd-00:27.

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Min

Deadball Rebounds 1,1

7-10 3-4 4-6 2-4 1-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

2nd half: 18-28 64.3% 2nd half: 5-11 45.5% 2nd half: 12-17 70.6%

1st

AVERKAMP, Ben POLKA, Andy STANLEY, Courtney HILL, Terrance McCAMMON, Geoff HICKS, Jordan ADAMS, Shaun VAN WEELDEN, Aric THOMAS, Marcus WINBORNE, Charles STERLING, Ryan GIBLER, Walt BENKOSKE, John Team Totals

1 0 2 1 2 0 2 0 0

30 38 35 32 33 8 3 8 5 8

Deadball Rebounds 3

Officials: Lamar Simpson, Lamont Simpson, Terry Wymer Technical fouls: Valparaiso Universit-None. DETROIT-None. Attendance: 2277 Score by periods Valparaiso Universit DETROIT

Player

24 32 10 14 23 02 04 12 22 25 30 33 44

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Game: 26-51 51.0% Game: 7-15 46.7% Game: 8-11 72.7%

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

Player

##

##

DETROIT 77 • 11-5, (4-1 HL) ##

Game: 25-54 46.3% Game: 3-12 25.0% Game: 6-10 60.0%

Min 37 31 32 17 27 15 4 17 9 1 9 1

#24 Butler 64 • 12-4, 5-0

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

FG % 1st Half: 14-24 3FG % 1st Half: 4-7 FT % 1st Half: 2-5

A TO Blk Stl 2 1 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 3 6 0 2 3 1 1 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 59 12 14 7 7

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics #24 Butler vs DETROIT 01/10/10 1:00 p.m. at Detroit, MI, Calihan Hall

Valparaiso Universit 67 • 6-10, (1-3 HL)

01

2nd half: 17-29 58.6% 2nd half: 2-6 33.3% 2nd half: 3-6 50.0%

Last FG - DETROIT 2nd-03:14, LUC 2nd-01:47. Largest lead - DETROIT by 20 2nd-03:14, LUC by 5 1st-03:10.

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Valparaiso Universit vs DETROIT 1/08/10 7:00 p.m. at Calihan Hall, Detroit, MI

04

32.0% 16.7% 75.0%

TP 9 10 14 4 4 9 1 6 2 0 0 0

Officials: Chris Beaver, Greg Langsdorf, Jeb Hartness Technical fouls: Detroit-None. Loyola Chicago-None. Attendance: 2040

Last FG - DETROIT 2nd-02:22, UIC 2nd-03:23. Largest lead - DETROIT None, UIC by 11 1st-02:03.

##

8-25 1-6 3-4

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF 3-8 0-1 3-4 3 6 9 3 4-8 0-3 2-3 2 2 4 2 7-10 0-0 0-1 1 6 7 3 2-9 0-2 0-0 0 3 3 2 2-5 0-2 0-0 0 4 4 0 3-5 3-4 0-0 0 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 0 0 1 3-5 0-0 0-0 1 2 3 1 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 2 3 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-3 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 5 2 7 25-54 3-12 6-10 14 28 42 16

Loyola Chicago 42 • 11-3 (2-2)

UIC 60 • 5-8, 1-2

42

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

f f c g g

21 54 01 05 02 03 22 24 32

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

9-30 3-14 2-2

30.0% 21.4% 100.0

f f f g g

6-11 4-7 4-5 4-14 1-6 1-5 1-2 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-0

2-6 1-2 0-0 1-4 0-2 1-4 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

3-6 1-2 2-2 1-2 5-6 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

22-53

6-21

14-20

2nd half: 10-18 55.6% 2nd half: 2-6 33.3% 2nd half: 10-16 62.5%

OT: OT: OT:

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

Min

1 6 7 2 1 1 2 3 1 3 4 2 1 0 1 1 2 2 4 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 8 20 28 14

17 10 10 10 7 3 5 0 2 0 0

0 0 2 4 4 1 0 0 0 0 0

40 28 43 32 31 14 17 0+ 15 3 2

3-5 1-1 2-2

4 1 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 64 11 13

2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

2 0 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

4

8 225

Game: 22-53 41.5% Game: 6-21 28.6% Game: 14-20 70.0%

60.0% 100.0 100.0

Deadball Rebounds 4,3

DETROIT 62 • 11-6, 4-2 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

##

Player

00

KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody LEE, Lamar FOSTER, Donavan STEPHENS, Eulis BLUE, Eugene Team Totals

15 32 01 11 03 05 24 30

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

8-29 1-7 3-4

27.6% 14.3% 75.0%

f f c g g

5-14 5-10 2-7 8-17 2-4 0-0 0-2 0-1 1-3

0-3 1-4 0-0 3-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

23-58

4-12

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

5 4 9 4 0 2 2 3 2 3 5 5 2 4 6 0 0 6 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 3 4 2 3 5 12-16 13 25 38 19

14 12 5 23 6 0 0 0 2

1 1 1 2 3 1 1 0 2

2nd half: 12-22 54.5% 2nd half: 2-2 100.0 2nd half: 9-12 75.0%

4-6 1-2 1-2 4-4 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

OT: OT: OT:

3-7 1-3 0-0

42.9% 33.3% 0.0%

Min

4 1 1 4 3 0 0 0 0

0 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0

62 12 13

5

6 225

Game: 23-58 39.7% Game: 4-12 33.3% Game: 12-16 75.0%

44 41 20 39 36 4 13 3 25

Deadball Rebounds 3

Officials: Steve Skiles, Todd Williams, Patrick Evans Technical fouls: #24 Butler-None. DETROIT-None. Attendance: 4493 Points VALPO DETROIT

In Paint 34 36

Off T/O 9 21

2nd Fast Chance Break 14 11 14 15

Score tied - 3 times. Lead changed - 6 times.

Bench 9 10

Score by periods #24 Butler DETROIT

1st

2nd

OT

Total

23 20

32 35

9 7

64 62

Last FG - BU OT-00:59, DETROIT OT-02:58. Largest lead - BU by 7 2nd-17:20, DETROIT by 6 1st-12:56.

Points BU DETROIT

In Paint 24 22

Off T/O 16 10

2nd Fast Chance Break 6 8 16 2

Bench 10 2

Score tied - 5 times. Lead changed - 6 times.

11 Postseason Appearances - 4 HL Players of the Year

84


2010-11 Detroit Titans Basketball

2009-10 Box Scores Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Detroit vs Milwaukee 01/14/10 7 p.m. at Milwaukee, Wis. (U.S. Cellular Arena)

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Detroit vs Green Bay 01/16/10 7 p.m. at Green Bay, Wis. (Resch Center)

Detroit 81 • 12-6, 5-2 HL ## 00 15 32 01 11 03 04 05 25 30 33

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Player KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody LEE, Lamar EATMON, Curtis FOSTER, Donavan FEE, Jordan BLUE, Eugene HOSKINS, John Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 14-30 3FG % 1st Half: 3-9 FT % 1st Half: 3-6

46.7% 33.3% 50.0%

f 5-11 f 2-5 c 7-11 g 15-24 g 2-2 0-1 1-1 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 33-59

2-4 0-0 0-0 3-7 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

8-9 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

5-13

10-16

2nd half: 19-29 65.5% 2nd half: 2-4 50.0% 2nd half: 7-10 70.0%

Detroit 72 • 12-7, 5-3 HL PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

2 2 4 3 0 3 3 3 3 6 9 3 1 11 12 2 0 7 7 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 1 7 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 8 39 47 23

20 4 15 33 4 0 2 3 0 0 0

4 1 1 1 5 0 0 2 0 0 0

0 1 1 1 4 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 81 14 12

Min

1 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

7

3 200

Game: 33-59 55.9% Game: 5-13 38.5% Game: 10-16 62.5%

28 32 35 37 22 2 11 24 1 4 4

Deadball Rebounds 3,1

Milwaukee 65 • 10-8, 2-4 HL ## 21 55 05 30 32 01 02 15 22 23 44 52

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Player MEIER, Tony EAYRS, James FRANKLIN, Ricky AJAMI, Jerard BOGA, Lonnie McCALLUM, Ja'Rob ROBERTS, Deonte SOUTER, Patrick TYLER, Michael HILL, Anthony HAGGERTY, Ryan AVERKAMP, Jason Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 12-36 3FG % 1st Half: 6-16 FT % 1st Half: 7-12

33.3% 37.5% 58.3%

f f g g g

0-0 3-9 6-11 1-4 0-2 1-10 0-2 0-0 1-1 2-13 1-3 3-4

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

0-0 0-0 6-11 0-0 0-0 3-3 2-4 0-0 1-1 5-6 2-5 2-2

18-59

8-28

21-32

2nd half: 6-23 26.1% 2nd half: 2-12 16.7% 2nd half: 14-20 70.0%

1st

2nd

Total

34 37

47 28

81 65

Last FG - DETROIT 2nd-00:44, UWM 2nd-00:27. Largest lead - DETROIT by 21 2nd-05:05, UWM by 7 2nd-19:19.

00 01 11 15 32 03 04 05 30 33

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

Player KEELING, Xavier SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli LEE, Lamar EATMON, Curtis FOSTER, Donavan BLUE, Eugene HOSKINS, John Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 11-22 3FG % 1st Half: 0-2 FT % 1st Half: 5-6

50.0% 0.0% 83.3%

* * * * *

0-1 9-17 3-3 5-12 4-5 0-0 1-1 3-6 2-2 0-0

0-1 1-5 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

27-47

1-8

6-8 5-6 2-5 1-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 3-3 0-0 0-0

1 4 5 4 2 3 5 5 1 2 3 2 0 3 3 4 4 2 6 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 0 1 3 0 1 1 0 1 2 3 17-26 10 19 29 23

2nd half: 16-25 64.0% 2nd half: 1-6 16.7% 2nd half: 12-20 60.0%

TP

A TO Blk Stl

Min

6 24 8 11 8 0 2 9 4 0

2 3 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

32 38 28 34 35 0+ 8 12 11 2

5 2 2 3 1 0 2 0 2 0 1 72 11 18

0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

5

4 200

Game: 27-47 57.4% Game: 1-8 12.5% Game: 17-26 65.4%

Deadball Rebounds 3

Green Bay 74 • 13-6, 6-2 HL PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

0 0 0 3 4 5 9 1 0 2 2 3 0 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 4 4 1 2 0 2 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 2 1 1 2 0 0 3 3 2 1 0 1 10 21 31 16

0 9 22 3 0 5 2 0 3 9 4 8

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

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

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1

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

65 11

9

5

7 200

Game: 18-59 30.5% Game: 8-28 28.6% Game: 21-32 65.6%

Min

4 28 38 27 11 24 19 4 1 20 10 14

Deadball Rebounds 2

## 00 10 20 23 43 05 31 34 50

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

Player PERINE, Bryquis COTTON, Troy FLETCHER, Rahmon BERRY, Randy SMITH, Matt PEARSON, Rian EVANS, Seth BARKLEY, Cordero NELSON, Pat Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 13-28 3FG % 1st Half: 2-6 FT % 1st Half: 7-9

46.4% 33.3% 77.8%

* * * * *

7-13 4-9 9-19 2-3 1-3 1-2 0-1 2-4 0-1

0-2 2-6 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0

26-55

5-15

7-9 0-0 4-4 4-4 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2

0 3 3 2 0 0 0 2 1 1 2 2 5 6 11 3 0 2 2 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 2 2 4 3 0 1 1 1 4 1 5 17-21 12 16 28 21

2nd half: 13-27 48.1% 2nd half: 3-9 33.3% 2nd half: 10-12 83.3%

TP

A TO Blk Stl

21 10 24 8 3 2 0 5 1

8 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0

Min

1 1 5 0 2 0 1 2 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

74 12 13

1

4 200

Game: 26-55 47.3% Game: 5-15 33.3% Game: 17-21 81.0%

36 36 32 30 18 6 10 22 10

Deadball Rebounds 2

Officials: Chris Beaver, Archibald Whaley, Peter Juzenas Technical fouls: Detroit-None. Green Bay-None. Attendance: 4237

Officials: D.J. Carstensen, Patrick Evans, Glenn Mayborg Technical fouls: Detroit-None. Milwaukee-None. Attendance: 2112 Score by periods Detroit Milwaukee

##

Points DETROIT UWM

In Paint 36 16

Off T/O 11 11

2nd Chance 13 9

Fast Break 10 2

Bench 5 31

Score tied - 5 times. Lead changed - 9 times.

Score by periods Detroit Green Bay

1st

2nd

Total

27 35

45 39

72 74

Points DETROIT GB

In Paint 40 24

Last FG - DETROIT 2nd-00:12, GB 2nd-04:38. Largest lead - DETROIT by 2 1st-18:41, GB by 13 2nd-18:38.

Off T/O 12 27

2nd Fast Chance Break 17 2 13 4

Bench 15 8

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 3 times.

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Wright State vs DETROIT 01/23/10 2:05 p.m. at Calihan Hall, Detroit, MI Wright State 61 • 12-8 (5-4 HL) ## 05 40 11 32 44 03 14 24 30

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Player COOPERWOOD, Cory THOMAS, Ronnie EVANS, N'Gai BROWN, Todd DUGGINS, Vaughn TABLER, Troy LAND, Cooper DARKWA, Paul GROTE, Scott Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 10-29 3FG % 1st Half: 2-11 FT % 1st Half: 13-17

34.5% 18.2% 76.5%

f f g g g

1-7 1-7 3-8 5-8 5-12 0-3 2-5 0-1 2-5 19-56

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

0-1 0-4 1-3 3-4 0-2 0-2 1-4 0-0 0-0

3-4 0-2 1-1 3-4 7-8 0-0 4-6 0-0 0-0

5-20

18-25

9-27 3-9 5-8

33.3% 33.3% 62.5%

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

2 6 8 4 0 2 2 1 0 1 1 3 1 4 5 0 2 3 5 1 0 0 0 3 2 1 3 3 0 0 0 1 1 5 6 3 0 1 1 8 23 31 19

5 2 8 16 17 0 9 0 4

1 1 1 3 3 0 0 0 2

0 1 4 0 2 0 1 0 1

0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0

61 11

9

2

5 200

Game: 19-56 33.9% Game: 5-20 25.0% Game: 18-25 72.0%

Min

26 21 36 36 33 12 19 2 15

Deadball Rebounds 3,3

DETROIT 59 • 12-8 (5-4 HL) ## 00 15 32 01 11 03 04 05 24 30 33

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Player KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody LEE, Lamar EATMON, Curtis FOSTER, Donavan STEPHENS, Eulis BLUE, Eugene HOSKINS, John Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

8-24 1-8 9-12

33.3% 12.5% 75.0%

f f c g g

3-6 0-4 2-4 6-18 1-3 1-1 2-5 2-3 0-0 2-3 0-0

1-1 0-1 0-0 1-4 1-1 1-1 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

5-6 0-0 0-0 2-4 3-6 0-0 4-5 3-3 0-0 0-2 0-0

19-47

4-11

17-26

2nd half: 11-23 47.8% 2nd half: 3-3 100.0 2nd half: 8-14 57.1%

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

Min

1 3 4 2 1 6 7 3 0 5 5 4 1 6 7 2 1 4 5 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 4 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 4 5 7 31 38 20

12 0 4 15 6 3 8 7 0 4 0

2 0 2 3 3 0 1 0 0 0 0

32 25 24 37 25 4 20 17 0+ 14 2

5 1 2 4 1 0 2 1 0 1 0

0 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

2 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0

59 11 17

5

6 200

Game: 19-47 40.4% Game: 4-11 36.4% Game: 17-26 65.4%

Deadball Rebounds 4,2

Officials: Brad Gaston, Paul Szelc, Sid Rodeheffer Technical fouls: Wright State-None. DETROIT-None. Attendance: 4173

Chase Simon was on fire in Wisconsin as the guard tallied a season-high 33 points at Milwaukee and came back with 24 in his next outing at Green Bay.

85

Score by periods Wright State DETROIT

1st

2nd

Total

35 26

26 33

61 59

Last FG - WSU 2nd-02:58, DETROIT 2nd-00:22. Largest lead - WSU by 13 1st-02:45, DETROIT None.

Points WSU DETROIT

In Paint 24 24

Off T/O 17 13

2nd Fast Chance Break 12 5 3 10

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 0 times.

12 All-Americans - 21 NBA/ABA Draft Picks

Bench 13 22


Basketball The Way It Ought To Be

2009-10 Box Scores Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Loyola vs DETROIT 01/28/10 7:05 p.m. at Calihan Hall, Detroit, MI Loyola 63 • 12-8 (3-7 HL) ## 32 44 13 14 23 04 22 24 25 30 33

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Player POLKA, Andy BENKOSKE, John STANLEY, Courtney HILL, Terrance McCAMMON, Geoff ADAMS, Shaun THOMAS, Marcus AVERKAMP, Ben WINBORNE, Charles STERLING, Ryan GIBLER, Walt Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 15-32 3FG % 1st Half: 6-13 FT % 1st Half: 1-1

f c g g g

5-10 1-2 2-9 6-14 3-7 0-1 2-5 1-3 0-0 0-2 3-4 23-57

46.9% 46.2% 100.0

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

1-3 0-0 1-2 3-7 1-3 0-0 1-4 0-1 0-0 0-2 1-1

1-2 0-0 1-5 5-9 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

8-23

9-18

8-25 2-10 8-17

32.0% 20.0% 47.1%

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

4 5 9 2 0 5 5 4 1 5 6 1 3 5 8 2 0 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 3 1 1 0 1 13 24 37 16

12 2 6 20 7 0 5 4 0 0 7

3 0 6 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 1

Min

2 3 3 3 0 0 2 1 0 1 1

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

63 14 16

3

3 200

Game: 23-57 40.4% Game: 8-23 34.8% Game: 9-18 50.0%

35 9 32 35 26 1 19 17 2 7 17

Deadball Rebounds 2,1

DETROIT 83 • 13-8 (6-4 HL) ## 00 15 32 01 11 03 04 05 24 25 30 33

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Player KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody LEE, Lamar EATMON, Curtis FOSTER, Donavan STEPHENS, Eulis FEE, Jordan BLUE, Eugene HOSKINS, John Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 12-29 3FG % 1st Half: 3-8 FT % 1st Half: 8-10

f 4-6 f 6-18 c 5-8 g 10-20 g 0-4 0-0 1-1 1-2 0-0 1-1 1-2 0-0 29-62

41.4% 37.5% 80.0%

2-3 0-2 0-0 3-9 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

3-5 2-2 6-8 7-7 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

6-16

19-24

2nd half: 17-33 51.5% 2nd half: 3-8 37.5% 2nd half: 11-14 78.6%

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

1 4 5 4 1 2 3 1 5 7 12 2 1 4 5 2 2 3 5 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 12 28 40 15

13 14 16 30 0 0 3 3 0 2 2 0

3 2 1 3 6 0 3 3 0 0 0 0

3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

83 21

6

4

8 200

Game: 29-62 46.8% Game: 6-16 37.5% Game: 19-24 79.2%

Min

32 26 33 33 29 4 12 13 5 1 7 5

Deadball Rebounds 1

Officials: Rick Hartzell, James Barker, Bert Smith Technical fouls: Loyola-None. DETROIT-None. Attendance: 2412 Score by periods Loyola DETROIT

1st

2nd

Total

37 35

26 48

63 83

Points LUC DETROIT

In Paint 24 30

Last FG - LUC 2nd-05:10, DETROIT 2nd-00:36. Largest lead - LUC by 5 1st-02:28, DETROIT by 20 2nd-00:36.

Off T/O 7 22

2nd Chance 15 16

Fast Break 5 12

Bench 16 10

Score tied - 4 times. Lead changed - 11 times.

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics UIC vs DETROIT 01/30/10 4:00 p.m. at Calihan Hall, Detroit, MI

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Detroit vs Butler 02/04/10 7:00 PM at Indianapolis, Ind. (Hinkle Fieldhouse)

UIC 73 • 5-16 (1-10 HL) ## 33 44 03 23 25 14 20 31 41 42

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Player BUTTELL, Jeremy ROBBINS, K.C. KREPS, Robo NEELY, Zavion STEWART, Spencer GRAY, Corey KELLEY, Anthony BUCHANAN, Chris GREEN, Louis BIRTON, Brad Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 16-30 3FG % 1st Half: 4-10 FT % 1st Half: 2-3

53.3% 40.0% 66.7%

f c g g g

9-18 1-5 5-13 6-9 0-2 2-3 1-2 1-4 0-0 5-8

2-10 0-0 1-6 1-2 0-2 1-1 0-0 1-3 0-0 1-2

3-4 0-0 0-0 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

30-64

7-26

6-7

2nd half: 14-34 41.2% 2nd half: 3-16 18.8% 2nd half: 4-4 100.0

Detroit 58 • 14-9 (7-5 HL) PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

3 4 7 4 1 3 4 4 0 3 3 4 1 3 4 1 0 4 4 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 0 2 2 5 21 26 23

23 2 11 16 0 5 2 3 0 11

1 0 3 3 9 0 0 0 0 0

Min

5 2 2 3 3 0 0 0 0 0

0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 2

73 16 15

2

7 200

Game: 30-64 46.9% Game: 7-26 26.9% Game: 6-7 85.7%

32 12 39 30 28 9 8 20 2 20

Deadball Rebounds 0,2

DETROIT 76 • 14-8 (7-4 HL) ## 00 15 32 01 11 03 04 05 24 30 33

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Player KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody LEE, Lamar EATMON, Curtis FOSTER, Donavan STEPHENS, Eulis BLUE, Eugene HOSKINS, John Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 14-29 3FG % 1st Half: 2-6 FT % 1st Half: 6-12

48.3% 33.3% 50.0%

f f c g g

4-9 5-9 3-5 7-14 2-2 0-1 0-0 2-4 2-3 3-3 0-0

1-1 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0

5-11 1-2 1-1 4-5 0-0 0-0 2-4 1-1 3-6 0-0 0-0

28-50

3-9

17-30

2nd half: 14-21 66.7% 2nd half: 1-3 33.3% 2nd half: 11-18 61.1%

1st

2nd

Total

38 36

35 40

73 76

Last FG - UIC 2nd-00:13, DETROIT 2nd-01:34. Largest lead - UIC by 7 1st-18:26, DETROIT by 14 2nd-13:24.

## 00 15 32 01 11 03 04 05 24 30

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

Player KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody LEE, Lamar EATMON, Curtis FOSTER, Donavan STEPHENS, Eulis BLUE, Eugene Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 9-23 3FG % 1st Half: 1-3 FT % 1st Half: 7-9

39.1% 33.3% 77.8%

f f c g g

1-6 4-9 3-5 5-16 4-8 0-1 0-0 0-1 3-4 1-3

0-1 2-3 0-0 1-4 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

21-53

4-12

3-4 2-2 0-0 4-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-3 0-1 0-2

1 1 2 3 1 3 4 4 2 3 5 5 1 3 4 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 0 0 1 1 3 2 1 3 0 1 0 1 3 2 0 2 12-18 11 14 25 22

2nd half: 12-30 40.0% 2nd half: 3-9 33.3% 2nd half: 5-9 55.6%

TP

A TO Blk Stl

5 12 6 15 9 0 0 3 6 2

5 1 0 1 3 0 1 1 0 0

Min

3 2 1 6 3 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 0

58 12 16

2

6 200

Game: 21-53 39.6% Game: 4-12 33.3% Game: 12-18 66.7%

25 33 19 34 35 4 5 13 18 14

Deadball Rebounds 3,3

Butler 63 • 19-4 (12-0 HL) PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

1 4 5 3 1 2 3 0 0 7 7 3 3 7 10 3 1 6 7 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 30 38 15

14 11 7 20 4 0 2 5 7 6 0

4 2 1 2 6 0 1 3 0 0 0

5 0 3 6 3 0 0 1 0 3 0 1 76 19 22

Min

0 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0

5

5 200

Game: 28-50 56.0% Game: 3-9 33.3% Game: 17-30 56.7%

35 24 30 29 31 5 6 11 13 15 1

Deadball Rebounds 4

## 20 21 54 01 05 02 03 24 32

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

Player HAYWARD, Gordon VEASLEY, Willie HOWARD, Matt MACK, Shelvin NORED, Ronald VANZANT, Shawn HAHN, Zach JUKES, Avery BUTCHER, Garrett Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 11-24 3FG % 1st Half: 1-5 FT % 1st Half: 7-9

45.8% 20.0% 77.8%

f f f g g

4-7 4-7 5-6 3-7 3-7 1-6 1-3 1-3 0-1

0-1 0-3 0-0 0-1 0-2 1-2 1-3 0-1 0-0

22-47

2-13

10-10 0-0 1-3 2-2 3-4 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

3 7 10 2 0 2 2 3 4 2 6 5 1 6 7 3 0 3 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 3 4 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 17-21 10 25 35 22

2nd half: 11-23 47.8% 2nd half: 1-8 12.5% 2nd half: 10-12 83.3%

TP

A TO Blk Stl

18 8 11 8 9 4 3 2 0

0 2 2 1 5 0 0 1 0

Min

4 2 1 4 6 3 1 0 0

1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 2 1 2 1 0 0 0

63 11 21

3

6 200

Game: 22-47 46.8% Game: 2-13 15.4% Game: 17-21 81.0%

38 24 24 31 32 17 15 15 4

Deadball Rebounds 2

Officials: Patrick Adams, Gerry Pollard, James Breeding Technical fouls: Detroit-None. Butler-None. Attendance: 5212

Officials: Bryan Anslinger, Archibald Whaley, Tim Hutchinson Technical fouls: UIC-None. DETROIT-None. Attendance: 2364 Score by periods UIC DETROIT

Woody Payne’s all-around effort of four points, seven rebounds, six assists and four steals helped Detroit down UIC at home, 76-73.

Points UIC DETROIT

In Paint 32 36

Off T/O 23 10

2nd Fast Chance Break 4 10 7 13

Score tied - 1 time. Lead changed - 1 time.

Bench 21 20

Score by periods Detroit Butler

1st

2nd

Total

26 30

32 33

58 63

Last FG - DETROIT 2nd-00:00, BU 2nd-01:44. Largest lead - DETROIT by 1 1st-10:24, BU by 10 1st-16:52.

Points DETROIT BU

In Paint 26 34

Off T/O 22 11

2nd Fast Chance Break 13 2 9 6

Bench 11 9

Score tied - 1 time. Lead changed - 4 times.

11 Postseason Appearances - 4 HL Players of the Year

86


2010-11 Detroit Titans Basketball

2009-10 Box Scores Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Detroit vs Valparaiso 02/06/10 1 p.m. at Valparaiso, Ind. (ARC)

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Chicago State vs DETROIT 02/08/10 7:05 p.m. at Calihan Hall, Detroit, MI

Detroit 70 • 14-10, 7-6

Chicago State 72 • 7-18

## 00 15 32 01 11 03 04 05 24 30

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

Player KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody LEE, Lamar EATMON, Curtis FOSTER, Donavan STEPHENS, Eulis BLUE, Eugene Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 7-36 19.4% 3FG % 1st Half: 0-5 0.0% FT % 1st Half: 10-16 62.5%

f f c g g

5-14 4-11 4-6 6-17 2-6 0-2 0-1 0-2 1-2 1-4

1-4 0-1 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

23-65

3-11

6-8 0-1 5-9 6-8 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0

4 5 9 2 3 5 8 5 5 2 7 4 4 2 6 4 0 5 5 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 5 1 6 21-32 21 21 42 25

2nd half: 16-29 55.2% 2nd half: 3-6 50.0% 2nd half: 11-16 68.8%

TP

A TO Blk Stl

17 8 13 20 8 0 0 0 2 2

2 1 0 2 5 1 0 0 0 0

Min

0 1 2 4 1 1 1 1 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

3 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0

70 11 12

0

8 200

Game: 23-65 35.4% Game: 3-11 27.3% Game: 21-32 65.6%

32 34 24 37 31 5 2 14 10 11

Deadball Rebounds 3

04 01 10 20 32 05 14 23 45

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

Player JOHNSON, Cory ROGERS, Michael McPHERSON, Brandon KURTH, Tommy WOOD, Brandon WITT, Cameron LITTLE, Howard KENNEY, Matt BROEKHOFF, Ryan Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 14-30 46.7% 3FG % 1st Half: 3-14 21.4% FT % 1st Half: 12-12 100.0

f g g g g

3-5 5-8 4-9 2-3 6-15 2-3 1-2 1-2 0-7

0-1 2-5 2-5 1-1 2-5 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-6

6-6 1-3 2-2 0-0 4-4 2-2 1-1 0-0 3-4

24-54

7-25

19-22

2nd half: 10-24 41.7% 2nd half: 4-11 36.4% 2nd half: 7-10 70.0%

1 5 6 5 0 2 2 3 0 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 1 2 3 3 3 0 3 5 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 2 1 10 11 1 1 4 5 9 29 38 24

TP

A TO Blk Stl

12 13 12 5 18 6 3 2 3

5 1 2 0 2 0 0 2 1

Min

2 3 2 1 3 3 0 2 1

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 1

1 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 2

74 13 17

6

7 200

Game: 24-54 44.4% Game: 7-25 28.0% Game: 19-22 86.4%

28 28 27 20 35 8 11 19 24

Deadball Rebounds 3

Officials: Tim Hutchinson, Jeff Albright, Jerry Scherzinger Technical fouls: Detroit-HOLMAN, Eli. Valparaiso-JOHNSON, Cory. Attendance: 3654 Score by periods Detroit Valparaiso

1st

2nd

Total

24 43

46 31

70 74

Points DETROIT VALPO

In Paint 36 32

Off T/O 19 14

2nd Fast Chance Break 16 10 8 10

Bench 4 14

Score tied - 3 times. Lead changed - 5 times.

43 00 10 20 05 31 34 44 50

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

BERRY, Randy SMITH, Matt PERINE, Bryquis COTTON, Troy FLETCHER, Rahmon PEARSON, Rian EVANS, Seth BARKLEY, Cordero LeSAGE, Greg NELSON, Pat Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 11-23 3FG % 1st Half: 1-4 FT % 1st Half: 6-10

47.8% 25.0% 60.0%

f f g g g

00

2-5 2-3 0-8 2-8 6-9 5-6 2-2 1-3 0-0 0-3

0-0 0-0 0-1 2-5 3-3 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0

7-8 1-3 6-8 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 2-2

20-47

6-11

18-26

2nd half: 9-24 37.5% 2nd half: 5-7 71.4% 2nd half: 12-16 75.0%

TP

A TO Blk Stl

4 4 8 3 1 1 2 3 0 0 0 1 0 3 3 2 0 1 1 3 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 6 6 3 0 1 1 0 1 8 9 3 3 1 4 10 26 36 18

11 5 6 6 16 10 6 2 0 2

2 0 4 1 5 0 0 0 0 0

3 0 3 2 2 1 0 4 0 1 1 64 12 17

Min

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 4 1 2 0 0 0

2

7 200

Game: 20-47 42.6% Game: 6-11 54.5% Game: 18-26 69.2%

15 32 01 11 03 04 05 24 30 33

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Player KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody LEE, Lamar EATMON, Curtis FOSTER, Donavan STEPHENS, Eulis BLUE, Eugene HOSKINS, John Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 7-32 3FG % 1st Half: 0-7 FT % 1st Half: 10-12

21.9% 0.0% 83.3%

f f c g g

28 9 30 29 30 15 18 21 1 19

Deadball Rebounds 4,1

4-18 5-10 4-5 7-14 0-3 0-1 0-1 1-4 1-3 1-4 0-0

0-3 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0

6-9 4-4 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0

23-63

3-12

13-19

2nd half: 16-31 51.6% 2nd half: 3-5 60.0% 2nd half: 3-7 42.9%

1st

2nd

Total

29 24

35 38

64 62

Last FG - GB 2nd-02:08, DETROIT 2nd-00:42. Largest lead - GB by 9 1st-04:09, DETROIT by 3 1st-19:10.

87

01 02 10 11 15 35 44

FG % 1st Half: 13-34 3FG % 1st Half: 5-13 FT % 1st Half: 2-3

38.2% 38.5% 66.7%

0-0 0-1 2-6 0-1 2-4 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-0

4-9 0-0 2-2 3-4 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

27-61

7-17

11-18

2nd half: 14-27 2nd half: 2-4 2nd half: 9-15

51.9% 50.0% 60.0%

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

3 5 8 3 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 3 1 2 3 4 0 2 2 4 0 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 4 4 2 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 4 11 19 30 22

20 0 18 9 12 5 0 0 0 8 0 0

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

Game: 27-61 Game: 7-17 Game: 11-18

Min

1 1 6 3 3 1 0 0 0 2 1 2

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0

72 12 20

1

9 200

44.3% 41.2% 61.1%

27 15 31 24 26 19 1 9 1 25 20 2

Deadball Rebounds 1

## 00 15 32 01 11 03 04 05 24 25 30 33

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Player KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody LEE, Lamar EATMON, Curtis FOSTER, Donavan STEPHENS, Eulis FEE, Jordan BLUE, Eugene HOSKINS, John Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 20-28 3FG % 1st Half: 6-9 FT % 1st Half: 8-14

71.4% 66.7% 57.1%

f f c g g

5-5 7-10 3-5 5-8 1-1 4-9 2-3 3-5 1-4 0-0 1-2 1-5

0-0 1-2 0-0 2-4 0-0 4-6 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

3-6 0-0 3-4 0-1 0-0 3-3 2-3 3-4 0-0 3-4 2-2 0-2

33-57

7-16

19-29

2nd half: 13-29 2nd half: 1-7 2nd half: 11-15

44.8% 14.3% 73.3%

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

0 4 4 0 2 6 8 0 0 3 3 3 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 3 3 4 0 1 1 1 2 6 8 4 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 1 1 1 2 3 3 0 3 10 29 39 18

13 15 9 12 2 15 6 9 2 3 4 2

1 2 0 4 5 0 1 5 1 0 1 0

Game: 33-57 Game: 7-16 Game: 19-29

2 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1

92 20 18

0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

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

Min

20 24 13 26 17 18 18 19 17 4 14 10

5 11 200

57.9% 43.8% 65.5%

Deadball Rebounds 5

Score by periods Chicago State DETROIT

1st

2nd

Total

33 54

39 38

72 92

Points CHIST DETROIT

In Paint 34 44

Off T/O 14 32

2nd Chance 10 9

Fast Break 13 26

Bench 13 41

Score tied - 2 times. Lead changed - 2 times.

## 23 44 55 05 30 01 03 21 32 52

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

Player HILL, Anthony HAGGERTY, Ryan EAYRS, James FRANKLIN, Ricky AJAMI, Jerard McCALLUM, Ja'Rob WALKER, Riley MEIER, Tony BOGA, Lonnie AVERKAMP, Jason Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 12-29 41.4% 3FG % 1st Half: 7-16 43.8% FT % 1st Half: 1-4 25.0%

f f f g g

1-2 1-1 5-14 6-13 2-3 1-6 0-0 4-7 3-7 3-6

0-0 0-0 5-13 2-7 1-2 0-1 0-0 2-4 2-4 0-1

26-59 12-32

0-0 0-0 0-1 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-2 0-1 2-2 7-10

2nd half: 14-30 46.7% 2nd half: 5-16 31.3% 2nd half: 6-6 100.0

1 0 1 2 2 1 3 2 1 3 4 3 1 1 2 3 1 4 5 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 4 5 0 0 1 1 4 2 9 11 1 1 2 3 10 27 37 18

TP

A TO Blk Stl

2 2 15 16 5 2 1 12 8 8

0 1 4 4 3 0 0 2 1 2

Min

1 1 2 6 1 2 1 0 0 1

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

71 17 15

1

6 200

Game: 26-59 44.1% Game: 12-32 37.5% Game: 7-10 70.0%

6 16 29 39 21 18 5 27 15 24

Deadball Rebounds 0,2

DETROIT 60 • 15-12 (7-8 HL) PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

7 6 13 2 2 0 2 1 3 6 9 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 1 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 18 20 38 20

14 15 8 15 1 0 0 5 2 2 0

3 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

62

8 13

2 0 1 3 3 0 2 1 0 1 0

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 1 0

Min

36 37 24 21 32 3 5 11 11 19 1

2 10 200

Game: 23-63 36.5% Game: 3-12 25.0% Game: 13-19 68.4%

Deadball Rebounds 1,1

## 00 15 32 01 11 03 04 24 30

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

Player KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody LEE, Lamar EATMON, Curtis STEPHENS, Eulis BLUE, Eugene Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 11-24 45.8% 3FG % 1st Half: 1-3 33.3% FT % 1st Half: 8-11 72.7%

f f c g g

1-4 5-12 6-9 4-14 4-9 0-0 0-1 2-5 1-1

1-2 1-3 0-0 1-6 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

23-55

3-13

TP

1 4 5 1 1 3 4 1 4 14 18 3 0 4 4 2 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 2 0 2 2 1 1 2 11-20 10 26 36 15

2nd half: 12-31 38.7% 2nd half: 2-10 20.0% 2nd half: 3-9 33.3%

2-2 2-2 1-3 2-2 1-3 0-0 0-0 2-2 1-6

A TO Blk Stl

5 0 13 1 13 1 11 2 9 11 0 1 0 0 6 0 3 0

Min

1 2 3 4 3 0 1 0 0

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 1 0 0 4 0 1 0 0

60 16 14

1

8 200

Game: 23-55 41.8% Game: 3-13 23.1% Game: 11-20 55.0%

19 36 38 35 39 1 6 17 9

Deadball Rebounds 2

Officials: Bill Neketis, Paul Szelc, Dan Nowakowski Technical fouls: Milwaukee-None. DETROIT-None. Attendance: 2563

Officials: Glenn Mayborg, Tim Fogarty, Mike Foote Technical fouls: Green Bay-None. DETROIT-None. Attendance: 1574 Score by periods Green Bay DETROIT

20

8-16 0-3 7-14 3-6 4-11 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-5 0-3 0-0

Milwaukee 71 • 14-12 (6-8 HL) PF

DETROIT 62 • 15-11 (7-7 HL) ##

04

f f f g g

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Milwaukee vs DETROIT 02/13/10 3:00 p.m. at Calihan Hall, Detroit, MI

Green Bay 64 • 16-10 (8-6 HL)

23

25

MONTGOMERY, Carl LOFTON, Antonio KASAMBA, Kabangu SMITH, Brandan WALL, Christian SCOTT, Victor HILL, Joe ROBERTS, Alex SEALS, Archie MONTGOMERY, Jonatha MARTIN, Hajji KIELBASA, Pawel Team Totals

Last FG - CHIST 2nd-01:02, DETROIT 2nd-04:42. Largest lead - CHIST by 4 1st-16:52, DETROIT by 31 2nd-08:06.

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Green Bay vs DETROIT 02/11/10 7:05 p.m. at Calihan Hall, Detroit, MI

Player

24

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Player

Officials: Lamont Simpson, Terry Wymer, Matthew Potter Technical fouls: Chicago State-None. DETROIT-None. Attendance: 1446

Last FG - DETROIT 2nd-01:38, VALPO 2nd-02:04. Largest lead - DETROIT by 4 2nd-09:59, VALPO by 19 1st-00:41.

##

21

DETROIT 92 • 15-10

Valparaiso 74 • 12-13, 7-6 ##

##

Points GB DETROIT

In Paint 20 32

Off T/O 13 19

2nd Fast Chance Break 11 12 15 10

Score tied - 4 times. Lead changed - 5 times.

Bench 20 9

Score by periods Milwaukee DETROIT

1st

2nd

Total

32 31

39 29

71 60

Last FG - UWM 2nd-00:58, DETROIT 2nd-02:04. Largest lead - UWM by 12 2nd-08:00, DETROIT by 8 1st-15:20.

Points UWM DETROIT

In Paint 22 26

Off T/O 9 14

2nd Fast Chance Break 13 8 7 11

Score tied - 4 times. Lead changed - 3 times.

12 All-Americans - 21 NBA/ABA Draft Picks

Bench 31 9


Basketball The Way It Ought To Be

2009-10 Box Scores Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Detroit vs Wright State 2/17/10 7:00 PM EST at Ervin J. Nutter Center

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics EASTERN MICHIGAN vs DETROIT 02/20/10 3:30 p.m. at Detroit, MI, Calihan Hall

Detroit 53 • 15-13, 7-9 HL ## 00 15 32 01 11 03 04 24 30 33

KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody LEE, Lamar EATMON, Curtis STEPHENS, Eulis BLUE, Eugene HOSKINS, John Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 12-26 3FG % 1st Half: 3-5 FT % 1st Half: 7-11

EASTERN MICHIGAN 66 • 14-13 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Player

46.2% 60.0% 63.6%

f f c g g

4-7 2-6 2-6 4-11 2-6 0-0 0-2 3-5 1-2 0-0 18-45

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

2-4 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

1-2 0-2 5-8 4-10 0-0 0-0 2-4 1-1 0-0 0-0

4-9

13-27

6-19 1-4 6-16

31.6% 25.0% 37.5%

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

1 1 2 2 2 3 5 2 4 4 8 4 0 5 5 1 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 9 22 31 12

11 4 9 13 5 0 2 7 2 0

1 3 0 1 6 0 2 0 0 0

Min

2 2 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

53 13 10

2

3 200

Game: 18-45 40.0% Game: 4-9 44.4% Game: 13-27 48.1%

32 31 34 31 30 2 12 18 8 2

Deadball Rebounds 7

05 40 11 32 44 03 24 30 31 34

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Player COOPERWOOD, Cory THOMAS, Ronnie EVANS, N'Gai BROWN, Todd DUGGINS, Vaughn TABLER, Troy DARKWA, Paul GROTE, Scott CARTHARN, Darian KOCH, Tyler Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 14-30 3FG % 1st Half: 3-14 FT % 1st Half: 2-5

46.7% 21.4% 40.0%

f f g g g

4-8 5-8 5-8 7-14 4-11 1-4 0-1 1-4 0-0 0-0

0-1 0-2 2-3 2-6 2-5 1-4 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

2-3 0-0 4-4 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-2 2-2 0-0 0-0

27-58

7-22

9-12

2nd half: 13-28 46.4% 2nd half: 4-8 50.0% 2nd half: 7-7 100.0

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

2 5 7 3 1 5 6 5 1 4 5 2 1 1 2 1 0 2 2 1 0 2 2 2 2 3 5 1 1 2 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 4 11 25 36 18

10 10 16 17 10 3 0 4 0 0

0 3 2 2 6 1 0 2 0 0

0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

0 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0

70 16

5

3

5 200

Game: 27-58 46.6% Game: 7-22 31.8% Game: 9-12 75.0%

Min

18 29 37 33 38 20 10 12 2 1

Deadball Rebounds 1

1st

2nd

Total

34 33

19 37

53 70

Points DETROIT WSU

In Paint 16 30

Last FG - DETROIT 2nd-00:32, WSU 2nd-02:31. Largest lead - DETROIT by 3 1st-19:37, WSU by 21 2nd-02:31.

Off T/O 3 11

2nd Fast Chance Break 5 4 13 4

Bench 11 7

15 32 01 11 04 05 24 30 33

FG % 1st Half: 15-28 3FG % 1st Half: 7-9 FT % 1st Half: 4-8

53.6% 77.8% 50.0%

f f c g g

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

32 33 44 05 30 01 20 23 51

0 3 3 4 4 3 7 2 4 6 10 4 0 2 2 3 0 3 3 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 0 1 2 3 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 21-45 10-14 13-25 12 21 33 18

21 15 14 11 0 0 2 2 0 0

0 2 1 2 4 0 2 1 0 0

6-10 6-8 4-10 3-9 0-3 0-0 1-4 1-1 0-0 0-0

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

5-6 2-2 0-0 3-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

6-17 3-5 9-17

4-5 1-4 6-6 2-4 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-0

35.3% 60.0% 52.9%

3 2 2 2 0 2 1 1 1 0

65 12 14

0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

2 0 1 4 1 0 2 0 0 0

BROWN, D'Aundray f 4-10 KAMCZYC, Tim f 3-4 POGUE, Aaron c 2-2 MONTGOMERY, Jeremy g 3-9 COLE, Norris g 6-11 WELLS, Anthony 1-2 WOODS, Charlie 0-1 CUNNINGHAM, Jared 0-2 LATAS, Joe 0-0 Team Totals 19-41 52.2% 33.3% 50.0%

21 32

FG % 1st Half: 10-27 3FG % 1st Half: 2-7 FT % 1st Half: 5-9

## 15 30 32 11 24 00 01 03 04 05

37.0% 28.6% 55.6%

1-4 0-0 1-1 5-12 0-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

23-55

7-21

1-2 3-7 3-5 6-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

1 7 8 3 4 4 8 2 1 3 4 5 1 3 4 4 1 3 4 2 1 0 1 0 2 2 4 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 2 13-22 13 23 36 19

2nd half: 13-28 46.4% 2nd half: 5-14 35.7% 2nd half: 8-13 61.5%

TP

A TO Blk Stl

8 13 18 21 0 0 4 0 2

1 1 0 6 3 1 0 0 0

Min

3 2 1 6 0 0 3 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

2 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0

66 12 15

2

5 200

Game: 23-55 41.8% Game: 7-21 33.3% Game: 13-22 59.1%

36 34 34 34 34 7 15 1 5

Deadball Rebounds 6

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

Player KENNEDY, Thomas BLUE, Eugene HOLMAN, Eli PAYNE, Woody STEPHENS, Eulis KEELING, Xavier SIMON, Chase LEE, Lamar EATMON, Curtis FOSTER, Donavan Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 12-29 3FG % 1st Half: 3-7 FT % 1st Half: 9-11

41.4% 42.9% 81.8%

Score by periods EASTERN MICHIGAN DETROIT

28 38 35 24 32 2 19 17 4 1

00

Deadball Rebounds 8

f f c g g

4-6 2-3 7-11 3-6 1-2 3-6 2-9 0-0 1-4 0-2

1-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-1 1-2 1-4 0-0 0-2 0-0

6-7 0-0 0-2 6-7 0-0 0-0 5-6 0-0 0-0 0-0

23-49

5-13

17-22

2nd half: 11-20 55.0% 2nd half: 2-6 33.3% 2nd half: 8-11 72.7%

TP

1 3 4 3 1 2 3 1 2 5 7 4 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 5 5 4 0 4 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 1 6 21 27 22

A TO Blk Stl

15 1 4 1 14 1 13 10 3 0 7 2 10 3 0 0 2 0 0 0

Min

3 1 1 3 1 4 2 0 0 2

1 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0

68 18 17

7

8 200

Game: 23-49 46.9% Game: 5-13 38.5% Game: 17-22 77.3%

37 20 26 36 15 24 29 0+ 5 8

Deadball Rebounds 2,1

1st

2nd

Total

27 36

39 32

66 68

Points EMU DETROIT

In Paint 20 34

Off T/O 16 19

2nd Fast Chance Break 19 7 8 10

Bench 6 19

Score tied - 5 times. Lead changed - 3 times.

2nd half: 2nd half: 2nd half:

2-4 0-1 0-0 0-4 3-3 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-0

1-2 0-0 0-4 4-4 5-6 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

5-16

11-18

7-18 1-4 9-14

38.9% 25.0% 64.3%

1st

2nd

Total

41 30

24 24

65 54

Last FG - DETROIT 2nd-00:59, CSU 2nd-01:08. Largest lead - DETROIT by 14 1st-01:26, CSU by 13 1st-15:11.

15 32 01 11 03 04 05 24 25 30 33

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Player KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody LEE, Lamar EATMON, Curtis FOSTER, Donavan STEPHENS, Eulis FEE, Jordan BLUE, Eugene HOSKINS, John Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 12-27 3FG % 1st Half: 0-6 FT % 1st Half: 7-8

44.4% 0.0% 87.5%

f f c g g

5-10 4-10 3-7 2-10 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 3-5 0-0 1-1 0-0

0-2 0-1 0-0 0-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

4-6 7-8 3-4 3-4 0-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-2 2-2 0-0

20-46

0-7

22-32

2nd half: 8-19 42.1% 2nd half: 0-1 0.0% 2nd half: 15-24 62.5%

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

2 3 5 1 3 3 6 1 1 10 11 3 1 2 3 1 2 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 2 1 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 12 26 38 16

14 15 9 7 0 1 0 4 7 1 4 0

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

62

7 14

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

1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

Min

29 35 26 31 26 1 3 13 23 2 9 2

5 11 200

Game: 20-46 43.5% Game: 0-7 0.0% Game: 22-32 68.8%

Deadball Rebounds 4

Youngstown State 54 • 8-21, 2-16 HL PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

0 4 4 3 1 4 5 2 0 2 2 5 1 2 3 4 1 1 2 3 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 5 15 20 21

11 6 4 10 20 3 0 0 0

0 0 3 7 4 0 0 0 1

Min

1 3 2 3 4 0 0 2 0

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0

54 15 15

1

5 200

Game: 19-41 46.3% Game: 5-16 31.3% Game: 11-18 61.1%

29 37 27 35 39 12 4 11 6

Deadball Rebounds 3,1

Officials: Patrick Adams, James Breeding, Jason Baker Technical fouls: Detroit-KEELING, Xavier; SIMON, Chase. Cleveland State-COLE, Norris. Attendance: 1863 Score by periods Detroit Cleveland State

15

##

2 10 200

Game: 21-45 46.7% Game: 10-14 71.4% Game: 13-25 52.0%

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Player

FG % 1st Half: 12-23 3FG % 1st Half: 4-12 FT % 1st Half: 2-4

12

Min

Cleveland State 54 • 14-16, 9-8 ##

13

3-11 5-9 7-12 5-15 0-4 0-0 2-3 0-0 1-1

Detroit 62 • 18-13, 9-9 HL Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Player KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody EATMON, Curtis FOSTER, Donavan STEPHENS, Eulis BLUE, Eugene HOSKINS, John Team Totals

03

f f f g g

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Detroit vs Youngstown State 2/27/10 2:05 p.m. at Youngstown, Ohio (Beeghly Center)

Detroit 65 • 17-13, 8-9

00

33

HIGGINS, Jay DOBBINS, Justin BOWDRY, Brandon MEDLOCK, Carlos GREEN, Antonio FRAZIER, L.J. COOPER, Will DAILEY, Quintin HARRIS, Jamell Team Totals

Last FG - EMU 2nd-00:00, DETROIT 2nd-01:24. Largest lead - EMU by 4 1st-16:43, DETROIT by 12 1st-03:30.

Score tied - 3 times. Lead changed - 5 times.

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Detroit vs Cleveland State 2/25/10 7:30 pm EST at Wolstein Center - Cleveland, Ohio

##

25

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

Player

Officials: Lamont, Simpson, Jerry Sauder, Steve McJunkins Technical fouls: EASTERN MICHIGAN-BOWDRY, Brandon. DETROIT-KEELING, Xavier. Attendance: 3020

Officials: Brent Hampton, Bert Smith and Rick O'Neill Technical fouls: Detroit-None. Wright State-None. Attendance: 4847 Score by periods Detroit Wright State

01

DETROIT 68 • 16-13

Wright State 70 • 18-9, 11-5 HL ##

##

## 05 21 42 01 14 04 20 24 33 44

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Player MARTIN, Sirlester REBILLOT, Zack BLOCKER, Dallas MAYS, DeAndre BRIGHT, Kelvin COOKSEY, Vance WARD, Ashen D'HAITI, Eddie BOUDLER, Dan SULSKIS, Vytas Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

7-23 4-8 8-9

30.4% 50.0% 88.9%

f f f g g

2-6 0-0 4-5 4-12 4-12 0-0 2-8 0-0 0-1 2-7

2-4 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-2 0-0 2-5 0-0 0-0 2-3

0-0 0-0 0-0 5-6 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-4

18-51

6-16

12-14

2nd half: 11-28 39.3% 2nd half: 2-8 25.0% 2nd half: 4-5 80.0%

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

0 3 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 4 1 2 3 3 1 1 2 2 0 2 2 2 0 5 5 5 1 2 3 2 1 0 1 0 2 4 6 3 3 0 3 9 20 29 23

6 0 8 13 11 0 6 0 0 10

0 1 0 4 2 2 0 0 0 1

Min

1 0 1 2 1 2 5 1 1 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0

54 10 15

2

5 200

Game: 18-51 35.3% Game: 6-16 37.5% Game: 12-14 85.7%

21 6 17 28 30 14 35 11 4 34

Deadball Rebounds 0

Officials: Todd Williams (R), Bill Neketis, Jeff Smith Technical fouls: Detroit-None. Youngstown State-None. Attendance: 3244 Points DETROIT CSU

In Paint 22 24

Off T/O 17 18

2nd Fast Chance Break 14 6 2 8

Score tied - 1 time. Lead changed - 1 time.

Bench 4 3

Score by periods Detroit Youngstown State

1st

2nd

Total

31 26

31 28

62 54

Last FG - DETROIT 2nd-05:20, YSU 2nd-00:30. Largest lead - DETROIT by 16 2nd-06:42, YSU by 2 1st-09:47.

Points DETROIT YSU

In Paint 32 20

Off T/O 15 8

2nd Fast Chance Break 19 4 6 2

Bench 17 16

Score tied - 2 times. Lead changed - 2 times.

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2009-10 Box Scores Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Detroit vs Valparaiso 03/02/10 7 p.m. at Valparaiso, Ind. (ARC) Detroit 89 • 19-13 ## 00 15 32 01 11 04 05 24 30

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

Player KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody EATMON, Curtis FOSTER, Donavan STEPHENS, Eulis BLUE, Eugene Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 13-25 3FG % 1st Half: 4-10 FT % 1st Half: 3-3

52.0% 40.0% 100.0

f f c g g

3-7 2-4 9-12 8-12 2-7 0-0 0-2 2-2 1-2

1-3 0-1 0-0 3-5 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

27-48

4-11

7-9 2-4 3-5 5-7 5-8 0-0 2-2 7-8 0-0

0 8 8 3 0 0 0 2 6 9 15 3 2 3 5 4 1 5 6 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 2 0 3 3 2 1 4 5 0 1 1 2 31-43 11 35 46 17

2nd half: 14-23 60.9% 2nd half: 0-1 0.0% 2nd half: 28-40 70.0%

TP

A TO Blk Stl

14 6 21 24 9 0 2 11 2

4 1 1 3 3 0 0 0 0

Min

3 0 4 3 1 0 3 1 0

0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2

0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

89 12 15

4

2 200

Game: 27-48 56.3% Game: 4-11 36.4% Game: 31-43 72.1%

34 15 30 38 36 2 9 26 10

Deadball Rebounds 4

Valparaiso 82 • 15-17 ## 01 04 10 20 32 05 14 23 45

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF

Player ROGERS, Michael JOHNSON, Cory McPHERSON, Brandon KURTH, Tommy WOOD, Brandon WITT, Cameron LITTLE, Howard KENNEY, Matt BROEKHOFF, Ryan Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 11-30 3FG % 1st Half: 3-10 FT % 1st Half: 4-7

36.7% 30.0% 57.1%

f f g g g

0-2 9-16 3-11 1-2 9-18 1-1 2-8 2-7 2-8

0-2 4-7 0-4 1-1 3-9 0-0 0-1 1-4 1-4

2-2 2-4 5-5 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 3-4

0 0 0 2 1 4 5 3 0 2 2 5 1 1 2 3 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 5 3 2 5 4 5 4 9 3 1 3 4 29-73 10-32 14-18 13 18 31 27

2nd half: 18-43 41.9% 2nd half: 7-22 31.8% 2nd half: 10-11 90.9%

TP

A TO Blk Stl

2 24 11 3 23 2 4 5 8

1 0 5 2 1 0 2 4 1

0 1 2 0 2 0 0 1 0

0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

2 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0

82 16

6

2

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Game: 29-73 39.7% Game: 10-32 31.3% Game: 14-18 77.8%

Min

13 36 29 12 32 3 29 32 14

Deadball Rebounds 0

Officials: Todd Williams, Lamont Simpson, Brad Gaston Technical fouls: Detroit-None. Valparaiso-None. Attendance: 1255 First Round - 2010 Speedway Horizon League Men's Basketball Championship Detroit's Eli Holman named U.S. Army Player of the Game Score by periods Detroit Valparaiso

1st

2nd

Total

33 29

56 53

89 82

Points DETROIT VALPO

In Paint 44 34

Last FG - DETROIT 2nd-02:03, VALPO 2nd-00:03. Largest lead - DETROIT by 12 1st-09:16, VALPO by 2 1st-19:16.

Off T/O 5 17

2nd Fast Chance Break 17 6 8 9

Score tied - 1 time. Lead changed - 1 time.

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Detroit vs Wright State 03/06/10 5:15 PM at Indianapolis, Ind. (Hinkle Fieldhouse)

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics Detroit vs Green Bay 03/05/10 6:00 PM at Indianapolis, Ind. (Hinkle Fieldhouse)

Detroit 50 • 20-14

Detroit 62 • 20-13 ## 00 15 32 01 11 04 05 24 25 30 33

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Player KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody EATMON, Curtis FOSTER, Donavan STEPHENS, Eulis FEE, Jordan BLUE, Eugene HOSKINS, John Team Totals

FG % 1st Half: 13-27 3FG % 1st Half: 2-6 FT % 1st Half: 3-5

48.1% 33.3% 60.0%

f f c g g

1-6 3-10 7-9 2-8 2-3 0-0 1-4 1-2 0-0 3-3 0-0

1-3 1-4 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

9-10 1-1 2-2 1-2 3-4 0-1 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

20-45

2-10

20-24

2nd half: 7-18 38.9% 2nd half: 0-4 0.0% 2nd half: 17-19 89.5%

PF

TP

1 3 4 3 1 3 4 2 4 7 11 1 1 6 7 2 0 3 3 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 8 23 31 16

12 8 16 5 7 0 4 4 0 6 0

A TO Blk Stl

1 1 0 3 5 0 2 1 0 1 0

##

Player

34 37 31 37 27 1 14 10 0+ 9 0+

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KEELING, Xavier KENNEDY, Thomas HOLMAN, Eli SIMON, Chase PAYNE, Woody LEE, Lamar EATMON, Curtis FOSTER, Donavan STEPHENS, Eulis FEE, Jordan BLUE, Eugene HOSKINS, John Team Totals

9 1 0 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

2 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

62 14 17

4

6 200

Game: 20-45 44.4% Game: 2-10 20.0% Game: 20-24 83.3%

23 43

Deadball Rebounds 2,2

00 10 20 05 31 34 50

FG % 1st Half: 7-22 3FG % 1st Half: 2-8 FT % 1st Half: 10-17

31.8% 25.0% 58.8%

f 1-3 f 0-2 g 10-19 g 4-11 g 1-10 3-5 1-3 0-0 0-0 20-53

01 11 03 04 05 24 25 30 33

FG % 1st Half: 3FG % 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

8-21 1-6 1-2

38.1% 16.7% 50.0%

2-5 4-11 3-4 2-11 0-3 0-1 0-0 1-5 3-3 0-0 3-3 0-0

0-1 1-6 0-0 1-6 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

2-2 0-0 6-7 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

18-46

2-15

12-17

2nd half: 10-25 40.0% 2nd half: 1-9 11.1% 2nd half: 11-15 73.3%

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

0 3 3 3 1 2 3 3 1 7 8 2 0 1 1 1 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 3 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 6 21 27 12

6 9 12 6 0 0 0 3 8 0 6 0

1 0 1 3 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

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

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

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

50

9 14

4

4 200

Game: 18-46 39.1% Game: 2-15 13.3% Game: 12-17 70.6%

0-0 0-0 1-4 2-9 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 3-16

Player

38 3 39 30 35 22 13 2 18

05

COOPERWOOD, Cory THOMAS, Ronnie EVANS, N'Gai BROWN, Todd DUGGINS, Vaughn TABLER, Troy DARKWA, Paul GROTE, Scott CARTHARN, Darian KOCH, Tyler Team Totals

A TO Blk Stl

3 5 8 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 3 4 4 0 3 3 4 2 2 4 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 4 5 3 3 1 4 10-18 11 19 30 21

4 1 22 12 3 8 2 0 1

1 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 1

3 0 1 3 3 5 0 0 1

2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 3 1 1 2 0 0 1

53

6 16

3

8 200

2-3 1-2 1-2 2-2 1-2 2-5 0-0 0-0 1-2

Game: 20-53 37.7% Game: 3-16 18.8% Game: 10-18 55.6%

1st

2nd

Total

31 26

31 27

62 53

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

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TP

2nd half: 13-31 41.9% 2nd half: 1-8 12.5% 2nd half: 0-1 0.0%

Last FG - DETROIT 2nd-08:09, GB 2nd-00:01. Largest lead - DETROIT by 11 2nd-11:42, GB None.

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Min

PF

Deadball Rebounds 5

Officials: Rick Hartzell, Steve Skiles, Buddy Mayborg Technical fouls: Detroit-None. Green Bay-None. Attendance: Score by periods Detroit Green Bay

15

f f c g g

Min

17 35 32 35 27 2 2 16 21 2 9 2

Deadball Rebounds 3,2

Wright State 69 • 20-11 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Player BERRY, Randy SMITH, Matt PERINE, Bryquis COTTON, Troy FLETCHER, Rahmon PEARSON, Rian EVANS, Seth BARKLEY, Cordero NELSON, Pat Team Totals

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot

Min

Green Bay 53 • 21-12 ##

Eli Holman posted double-doubles in the first two rounds of the Horizon League Championships, leading Detroit all the way to the HL semi-finals.

Bench 15 19

40 11 32 44 03 24 30 31 34

FG % 1st Half: 15-27 3FG % 1st Half: 9-14 FT % 1st Half: 0-0

55.6% 64.3% 0.0%

f f g g g

3-5 7-11 1-4 4-15 4-7 6-7 1-1 1-3 0-1 0-1

0-1 4-6 0-0 2-8 2-3 4-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

27-55 12-23 2nd half: 12-28 42.9% 2nd half: 3-9 33.3% 2nd half: 3-4 75.0%

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 3-4

PF

TP

A TO Blk Stl

1 5 6 1 2 4 6 4 0 2 2 3 0 7 7 0 2 3 5 3 0 2 2 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 6 24 30 17

6 18 2 10 12 16 2 3 0 0

1 2 1 6 4 1 0 4 0 0

0 1 1 2 3 1 1 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0

69 19

9

2

5 200

Game: 27-55 49.1% Game: 12-23 52.2% Game: 3-4 75.0%

Min

23 33 18 34 29 33 2 23 3 2

Deadball Rebounds 0

Officials: Curtis Shaw, Jim Ferrari, Tim Fogarty Technical fouls: Detroit-None. Wright State-None. Attendance: Points DETROIT GB

In Paint 32 28

Off T/O 12 15

2nd Fast Chance Break 10 4 8 2

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 0 times.

Bench 14 11

Score by periods Detroit Wright State

1st

2nd

Total

18 39

32 30

50 69

Last FG - DETROIT 2nd-01:35, WSU 2nd-00:26. Largest lead - DETROIT by 4 1st-17:26, WSU by 25 2nd-12:51.

Points DETROIT WSU

In Paint 26 20

Off T/O 8 16

2nd Fast Chance Break 10 2 0 2

Score tied - 0 times. Lead changed - 3 times.

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The Horizon League HORIZON LEAGUE Entering its 32nd season of operation in the 2010-11 academic year, the Horizon League continues to aspire toward its goal of being one of the nation's leading athletics conferences while being recognized as a leader in the development of studentathletes as leaders and role models. The Horizon League membership features ten public and private institutions that have impressive academic reputations and a storied tradition of broad-based athletic programs. Current membership includes Butler University, Cleveland State University, the University of Detroit Mercy, the University of Illinois at Chicago, Loyola University Chicago, Valparaiso University, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Wright State University and Youngstown State University. The Horizon League's primary focus is on adding value to the educational experience through its four platforms: athletic performance, academic achievement, community outreach, and personal responsibility and accountability. It is the League's belief that athletics is a powerful and visible resource tool that can be used to enhance student-athletes' collegiate experience. The Horizon League's goals are to enhance the holistic university experience for the studentathlete, to create an affiliation of institutions with similar athletic goals, and to adhere to the principals of integrity, diversity, excellence and growth. The Horizon League sponsors competition in 19 sports - nine for men (baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, swimming and diving, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and tennis) and ten for women (basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, tennis and volleyball). The League receives automatic bids to NCAA championships in baseball, men's and women's basketball, men's golf, men's and women's soccer, softball, men's and women's tennis, women's volleyball, and for the first time in League history, women's golf. The Horizon League is headquartered in Indianapolis, the "Amateur Sports Capital of the World," with offices in the Pan American Plaza (201 S. Capitol Avenue), located a block from Lucas Oil Stadium and just minutes from Conseco Fieldhouse, the State Capitol Building, Victory Field (home of the Indianapolis Indians) and the NCAA national office. A PROUD HISTORY Founded on June 16, 1979, as the Midwestern City Conference with six charter members, the League changed

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its name to the Midwestern Collegiate Conference in 1985 and added women's sports for the 1986-87 academic year. Charter members of the conference included current members Butler and Loyola as well as the University of Evansville, Oklahoma City University, Oral Roberts University and Xavier University. Among other current members, Detroit joined in 1980, and Cleveland State, UIC, Green Bay, Milwaukee and Wright State came aboard in 1994 (along with Northern Illinois University) in the largest non-merger conference expansion in history. Youngstown State joining in 2001 and Valparaiso in 2007. On June 4, 2001, the Horizon League unveiled its current name and ushered in a new dynamic direction that has brought the League closer to its stated goal of being one of the nation's top ten collegiate athletic conferences with a focus on enhancing the student-athletes' experience by upgrading the League's market and competitive positions. ATHLETIC SUCCESS In the past few years, the Horizon League has enjoyed unprecedented success on the national stage, highlighted by Butler’s 2010 NCAA men’s basketball championship game appearance where the Bulldogs fell to Duke, 61-59. The Horizon League has compiled a 10-7 record in the past five years in the NCAA tournament, ranking sixth among all collegiate conferences for winning percentage. Green Bay’s women’s basketball team became the league’s first at-large bid to the NCAA Championship in 2010 with Cleveland State receiving the automatic nod. The Phoenix knocked off No. 5 seed Virginia in the first round before falling to Elite Eight participant Iowa State, 60-56.

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Basketball The Way It Ought To Be Men’s soccer has tasted victory in seven out of the last eight years (Milwaukee 2002-05, UIC 2006-08), with UIC just one win away from the College Cup in 2007. In softball, League teams won a game in the national tournament four straight years earlier in the decade (UIC 2002, 2004; Wright State 2003; Green Bay 2005) while advancing into the second round in women’s soccer three of the last six seasons (Detroit 2004, Milwaukee 2005-06). 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 student-athletes 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-seven student-athletes were named to ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District teams in 2009-10, while 10 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 studentathletes, coaches, administrators and fans in a pro-active 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. GOVERNANCE Jon LeCrone The Horizon League HL Commissioner is governed by a 19th Year Board of Directors comprised of the ten member institutions’ chief executive officers. Dr. Bobby Fong, President of Butler, serves as Board Chair through June 30, 2011. Barry Collier, Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at Butler, serves as chair of the Executive Council, and Elaine Jacobs, Associate Athletic Director/Senior Woman Administrator at Youngstown State, is the Vice Chair and Joseph Kirsch of Butler serves as chair of the Faculty Athletics Representatives. LEADERSHIP Jonathan B. (Jon) LeCrone is in his 19th 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 (198489), Cecil N. Coleman (1980-84) and James J. McCafferty (1979-80). 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 three-year agreement with ESPN that includes selected regularseason men’s basketball action (ESPN2) and the men’s championship game (ESPN) and features increased exposures each year on ESPNU plus inclusion in the annual O’Reilly ESPNU BracketBusters, one of college basketball’s premier in-season events.

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Horizon League Year-By-Year Overview 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 2010

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 Butler 18-0

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 7th 9-9

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 Butler

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 Brandon Wood, Valparaiso

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 17.7

Chase Simon led the Titans in scoring at 14.0 points per game last year, as Detroit posted its biggest turnaround in school history going from 7-23, 2-16 in 2009 to 20-14, 9-9 last season.

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All-League Titans The Titans have had a number of All-League honorees in their history, including three Conference Player's of the Year. Detroit's conference affiliations have changed as U-D was in the Missouri Valley Conference from 1949-57. In 1980, Detroit joined the Midwestern City Conference which changed its name to the Midwestern Collegiate Conference in 1985 and eventually again to the Horizon League in 2001. Coach of the Year 1986 — Don Sicko 1998 — Perry Watson 1999 2000 2001 2003

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Player of the Year Jermaine Jackson Rashad Phillips Rashad Phillips Willie Green

Newcomer of the Year 1993 — Tony Tolbert 1997 — Derrick Hayes 1998 — Rashad Phillips Defensive Player of the Year 2010 — Woody Payne (Co-award winner) 1950 1951 1952 1953

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1954 — 1955 — 1956 — 1957 — 1981 — 1982 — 1983 — 1984 — 1985 — 1986 — 1987 — 1988 —

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All-League Titans Norm Swanson John Kirwan Norm Swanson Walter Poff Norm Swanson Guy Sparrow Guy Sparrow Ralph Goldstein Bill Ebben Bill Ebben Joe Kopicki, Forward, Junior Jerry Davis, Forward, Junior Joe Kopicki, Forward, Senior Jerry Davis, Forward, Senior Doug Chappell, Forward, Junior Clarence McNatt, Center, Senior Roy Simms, Guard, Senior Keith Gray, Guard, Junior Keith Gray, Guard, Senior Greg Wendt, Forward, Junior Greg Wendt, Forward, Senior Brian Humes, Forward, Junior Kevin McAdoo, Guard, Senior Archie Tullos, Guard, Junior Archie Tullos, Guard, Senior

1989 1991 1992 1993

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1994 1996 1997 1998

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1999 — 2000 — 2001 — 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

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2008 — 2010 —

Darian McKinney, Forward, Sophomore Dwayne Kelley, Guard, Sophomore Dwayne Kelley, Guard, Junior Tony Tolbert, Forward, Junior Dwayne Kelley, Guard, Senior Tony Tolbert, Guard, Senior Carl Pickett, Forward, Junior Derrick Hayes, Guard, Junior Derrick Hayes, Guard, Senior Brian Alexander, Center, Senior Jermaine Jackson, Guard, Junior Jermaine Jackson, Guard, Senior Rashad Phillips, Guard, Sophomore Rashad Phillips, Guard, Junior Rashad Phillips, Guard, Senior Willie Green, Guard, Sophomore Greg Grays, Guard, Senior Willie Green, Guard, Senior Elijah Warren, Forward, Senior Brandon Cotton, Guard, Freshman Brandon Cotton, Guard, Sophomore Brandon Cotton, Guard, Junior Ryvon Covile, Center, Senior Jon Goode, Guard, Senior Chase Simon, Guard, Junior

Rashad Phillips is the only Titan in school history to earn both Newcomer of the Year (1998) and Player of the Year (2000, ‘01) accolades.

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All-League Titans Darius Belin, Guard, Junior 2002 — Darius Belin, Guard, Senior 2003 — Ryvon Covile, Center, Sophomore James Thues, Guard, Junior 2004 — Ryvon Covile, Center, Junior James Thues, Guard, Senior 2005 — Torvoris Baker, Senior, Forward 2007 — Ryvon Covile, Center, Senior 2010 — Woody Payne, Guard, Senior

Brian Alexander was named to the League’s AllDefensive team three times. 1984 1985 1986 1988 1989 1990 1992 1993 1994 1997 1998 2000 2001 2003 2005 2010 2010 2010

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All-Newcomer Team 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, Guard, Freshman Eli Holman, Center, Junior Xavier Keeling, Forward, Junior Chase Simon, Guard, Junior

All-Defensive Team Brian Alexander, Center, Sophomore Brian Alexander, Center, Junior Brian Alexander, Center, Senior Bacari Alexander, Forward, Senior Jermaine Jackson, Guard, Senior Rashad Phillips, Guard, Sophomore 2000 — Rashad Phillips, Guard, Junior 2001 — Terrell Riggs, Forward, Sophomore 1996 1997 1998 1999

All-Tournament Team 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

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Terrell Riggs filled up his trophy case as he earned AllNewcomer, All-Defensive and All-Tournament honors as a Titan.

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Bob Calihan 1939, 1940

Norm Swanson 1952, 1953

Guy Sparrow 1955

Bill Ebben 1956, 57

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All-Americans

Dave DeBusschere 1960, 61, 62

Dorie Murrey 1966

Spencer Haywood 1969

Terry Tyler 1978

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John Long 1978

Terry Duerod 1979

Rashad Phillips 2001

Willie Green 2003

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Titans In The Pros Titans Drafted 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

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Other Titan Pro Players Desmond Ferguson Jermaine Jackson Lee Knorek Gino Sovran Art Stolkey

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Individual Records SCORING Season Rashad Phillips Career Rashad Phillips Game Archie Tullos

Games 785 2001 35 2,319 1998-01 129 49 Feb. 22, 1988 vs. Bradley

SCORING AVERAGE Season Spencer Haywood 32.1 1969 Career Dave DeBusschere 24.8 1960-62

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REBOUNDS Season Dave DeBusschere 540 1960 27 Career Dave DeBusschere 1,552 1960-62 80 Game Dave DeBusschere 39 Jan. 30, 1960 vs. CMU FIELD GOALS Season Terry Duerod Career John Long Game Terry Duerod

303 1979 28 940 1975-78 110 23 Feb. 10, 1979 vs. CCNY

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTS Season Bill Ebben 681 1957 Career John Long 1,942 1975-78

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FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 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

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Season Bill Ebben Career Norm Swanson Game Bill Ebben Brandon Cotton

284 732 22 22

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

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Season Rashad Phillips .916 2001 35 Career Archie Tullos .881 1985-88 114 Game Keith Gray (15-15) 1.000 Feb. 18, 1985 vs. Evans. ASSISTS Season Wilbert McCormick 220 1978 29 Career Kevin McAdoo 615 1983-86 113 Game Wilbert McCormick 19 Feb. 18, 1978 vs. Canisius BLOCKED SHOTS Season Terry Tyler Career Terry Tyler Game Terry Tyler

172 1978 28 359 1975-78 110 13 Feb. 15, 1978 vs. WMU

STEALS Season Roy Simms Career Jerry Davis Game Jerry Davis

80 1983 29 195 1979-82 109 10 Dec. 10, 1980 vs. J. Carr.

3-POINT FIELD GOALS Season Rashad Phillips 136 2001 35 Career Rashad Phillips 348 1998-01 129 Game Desmond Ferguson 10 Feb. 26, 2000 vs. UWM 3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Season Rashad Phillips 328 2001 35 Career Rashad Phillips 879 1998-01 129 Game Desmond Ferguson 16 Feb. 26, 2000 vs. UWM 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Games Season Archie Tullos .481 1987 28 Career Archie Tullos .433 1987-88 58 Game Desmond Ferguson (6-7) .833 Jan. 3, 1998 vs. UWM FOULS Season Guy Sparrow Career Kevin McAdoo

105 1954 359 1983-86

FREE THROWS Season Bill Ebben Career Rashad Phillips Game Tony Tolbert Brandon Cotton

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The all-time steals leader, Jerry Davis came away with 195 career takeaways at Detroit.

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Team Records GAME 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) SCORING 49 Archie Tullos vs. Bradley......................... Feb. 22, 1988 47 Terry Duerod vs. CCNY .......................... Feb. 10, 1979 45 Spencer Haywood vs. Canisius ............... Feb. 26, 1969 44 Dave DeBusschere vs. Dayton ................. Feb. 10, 1962 43 Archie Tullos vs. John Carroll ................... Jan. 20, 1988 43 Marvin Owens vs. Loyola ......................... Mar. 5, 1988 43 Willie Green vs. UIC................................ Jan. 27, 2003 42 Archie Tullos vs. Xavier .......................... Feb. 15, 1988 41 Bill Ebben vs. Tulsa ................................. Feb. 18, 1957 41 Bill Ebben vs. Louisville ........................... Mar. 6, 1957 41 Dorie Murrey vs. Minnesota ................... Dec. 20, 1965 41 Spencer Haywood vs. La Salle................. Feb. 21, 1969 41 Archie Tullos vs. Evansville.....................Mar. 11, 1988 41 Tony Tolbert vs. UW-Green Bay ............... Dec. 3, 1993 41 Rashad Phillips vs. UW-Green Bay ........... Jan. 27, 2001 41 Willie Green vs. Wright State .................. Feb. 13, 2003 40 Bill Ebben vs. Northwestern .................. Dec. 29, 1956 40 Tony Tolbert vs. Xavier ........................... Feb. 19, 1994 REBOUNDING 39 Dave DeBusschere vs. C. Michigan .......... Jan. 30, 1960 35 Bill Ebben vs. BYU ................................. Dec. 28, 1955 34 Dave DeBusschere vs. Toledo .................. Jan. 28, 1961 34 Bill Pleas vs. Chicago State .................... Dec. 11, 1971 34 Dorie Murrey vs. Minnesota ................... Dec. 20, 1965 33 Dick Dzik vs. Western Ontario ................. Jan. 11, 1964 33 Spencer Haywood vs. Windsor ................ Dec. 4, 1968 32 Dorie Murrey vs. West Texas State .............Jan. 3, 1966 32 Dave DeBusschere vs. Assumption ........ Dec. 12, 1961 31 Spencer Haywood vs. Aquinas ................Nov. 30, 1968 30 Dave DeBusschere vs. Syracuse ............. Dec. 29, 1961

SEASON Most Consecutive Wins ..................................... 21 (1977) Most Consecutive Losses ............................. 15 (1987-88) Most Wins ..................... 25 (1977, 1978, 1998, 1999, 2001) Most Losses .............................................. 23 (1988, 2009) Best W-L Percentage (13-0) .......................... 1.000 (1913) Modern (25-4) ....................................... .862 (1977, 1988) Worst W-L Percentage (7-23) ........ .233 (1988, 2008, 2009) MISCELLANEOUS Field Goals.................................................... 1178 (1978) Field Goal Attempts ...................................... 2275 (1978) Field Goal Percentage.................................... .516 (1978) 3-Point Field Goals .......................................... 279 (2001) 3-Point FG Attempts ........................................ 745 (2001) 3-Point FG Percentage.................................... .416 (1987) Free Throws .................................................... 662 (1957) Free Throw Attempts ....................................... 995 (1955) Free Throw Percentage .................................. .752 (1999) Rebounds ...................................................... 1617 (1961) Assists ............................................................. 664 (1978) Blocked Shots.................................................. 236 (1978)

Archie Tullos owns four of the top 15 scoring outings as a Titan, including a school record 49 against Bradley on Feb. 22, 1988.

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Season Records TOTAL POINTS 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

8. John Long, 1976 ........................ 57 9. Bill Wood, 1989......................... 55 10. Dennis Boyd, 1957.................... 54 Dwayne Kelley, 1992 ................ 54 Xavier Keeling, 2010 ................ 54 (****No records kept until 1976) FIELD GOALS 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

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 REBOUNDS** 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) ASSISTS*** 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)

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FIELD GOAL 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

BLOCKED SHOTS**** 1. Terry Tyler, 1978 .................... 172 2. Terry Tyler, 1976 .................... 107 3. Terry Tyler, 1977 ...................... 86 4. Eli Holman, 2010 ...................... 77 5. Greg Grant, 1992...................... 65 6. Stacy Johnson, 1988 .................. 63 Brian Humes, 1986 ................... 63 8. Keith Jackson, 1979 .................. 61 9. Alan Renner-Thomas, 1994 ...... 56 Brian Alexander, 1998 .............. 56 (****No records kept until 1976)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Min. 125 Attempts) 1. Ryvon Covile, 2004 ................ .637 2. Mike Lovelace, 1993 .............. .624 3. Eli Holman, 2010 ................... .614 4. Terry Tyler, 1977 ................... .589 5. Brian Alexander, 1998 ........... .584 6. Mike Lovelace, 1992 .............. .582 7. Clarence McNatt, 1983 .......... .581 8. Terry Tyler, 1978 ................... .580 9. Dorie Murrey, 1966................ .572 10. Darian McKinney, 1989 ......... .572

STEALS**** 1. Roy Simms, 1983 ...................... 80 2. Woody Payne, 2010 .................. 76 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

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Season Records FREE THROWS 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 FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 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

Jon Goode nailed 79 3-pointers out of 177 attempts in 2008, connecting at a .446 clip, which puts him in the top 10 in all three categories. 3-POINT FIELD GOALS* 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) 3-POINT FG ATTEMPTS* 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) 3-POINT PERCENTAGE* 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)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (Min. 50 Attempts) 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 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 Eli Holman, 2010 ................ 101 Xavier Keeling,2010 ........... 101 10. Darian McKinney, 1988....... 100

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Career Records TOTAL POINTS 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 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) ASSISTS*** 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) BLOCKS**** 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 Eli Holman, 2009-pre ............... 77 (****No records kept until 1976) STEALS**** 1. Jerry Davis, 1979-82 ...............195 2. Rashad Phillips, 1998-01.........190 Woody Payne, 2006-10 ...........190 4. John Long, 1975-78 .................154 Terry Tyler, 1975-78 ...............154 6. Roy Simms, 1980-83 ...............152 7. Bill Wood, 1987-90 ..................147 8. Terry Duerod, 1976-79 ...........144 9. Jermaine Jackson, 1996-99......142 10. Darius Belin, 1999-2002..........140 (****No records kept until 1976)

Terry Tyler was a dominant defensive force for Detroit swatting away a school record 359 shots in his three years in the Motor City.

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Career Records FIELD GOALS 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 FIELD GOAL 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 3-POINT FIELD GOALS* 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)

3-POINT FG ATTEMPTS* 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)

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

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)

FOULS 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

FREE THROWS 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 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

Terry Duerod sank 790 career field goals during his time at Detroit, a number that sits third in Titan annals.

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Detroit’s all-time leading scorer Rashad Phillips totaled 2,319 points in his career as the Titan guard was a force going to the hole or shooting from the outside. 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 Totals 129 715-1666 .429

4. WILLIE GREEN YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS 2000 32 91-218 .417 61-75 .813 269 2001 33 167-352 .474 70-97 .722 436 2002 29 147-341 .431 77-115 .670 396 2003 30 244-498 .490 153-190 .805 678 Totals 114 649-1409 .461 361-477 .757 1779

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

7. TERRY TYLER YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS 1975 26 98-184 .533 24-47 .511 220 1976 27 197-358 .550 70-180 .648 464 1977 29 212-360 .589 81-109 .743 505 1978 28 195-336 .580 70-98 .714 460 Totals 110 702-1238 .567 245-362 .677 1649

AVG 8.3 17.2 17.4 16.4 15.0

FT-FTA PCT. PTS 80-95 .842 311 95-113 .841 488 181-208 .870 735 185-202 .916 785 541-618 .875 2319

AVG 10.0 15.7 23.0 22.4 17.8

2. JOHN LONG YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS 1975 26 200-419 .477 45-58 .776 445 1976 27 230-524 .439 72-95 .758 532 1977 28 245-508 .482 78-102 .765 568 1978 29 265-491 .542 92-114 .807 622 Totals 110 940-1942 .484 287-369 .777 2167

8. GUY SPARROW YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS 1952 12 19-71 .268 11-23 .478 49 1953 26 138-341 .405 134-204 .657 410 1954 28 196-547 .358 157-258 .608 549 1955 26 229-566 .405 142-245 .580 600 Totals 92 582-1525 .382 444-730 .608 1608

AVG 4.1 15.8 19.6 23.1 17.5

AVG 17.1 19.7 20.3 21.4 19.7

3. DAVE DeBUSSCHERE YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS 1960 27 288-665 .433 115-196 .587 691 1961 27 256-636 .493 86-155 .555 598 1962 26 267-616 .434 162-242 .670 696 Totals 80 811-1917 .423 363-5933 .612 1985

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

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1,000 Point Scorers 10. JERRY DAVIS YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS 1979 28 144-303 .475 36-48 .750 324 1980 27 172-353 .487 51-61 .836 395 1981 27 236-474 .498 44-61 .721 516 1982 27 163-375 .435 42-57 .737 367 Totals 109 715-1504 .475 173-227 .762 1602

AVG 11.6 14.6 19.1 13.6 14.8

11. BILL EBBEN YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS 1955 26 87-207 .420 89-138 .644 263 1956 25 233-534 .436 125-210 .595 591 1957 26 263-681 .386 198-284 .697 724 Totals 77 583-1422 .410 512-632 .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 PCT. PTS 97-185 .525 387 106-172 .616 362 156-239 .652 500 91-136 .669 245 450-732 .615 1494

17. BRIAN HUMES YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS 1984 28 75-154 .487 16-33 .485 166 1985 28 165-292 .565 46-77 .597 376 1986 29 172-303 .568 64-87 .736 408 1987 24 172-342 .506 77-106 .726 423 Totals 109 585-1091 .536 203-303 .670 1373

AVG 5.9 13.4 14.1 17.6 12.6

18. JERMAINE JACKSON YR G FG-FGA PCT. 1996 27 83-200 .415 1997 29 90-218 .413 1998 31 124-275 .451 1999 31 128-305 .430 Totals 118 427-998 .428

FT-FTA PCT. PTS 53-82 .646 240 76-108 .704 295 110-157 .701 374 146-194 .759 432 385-541 .712 1341

AVG 8.9 10.2 12.1 13.9 11.4

AVG 14.9 17.2 19.2 17.5 17.2

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

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

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

FT-FTA PCT. PTS 104-152 .684 552 162-248 .653 683 266-400 .665 1235

AVG 20.4 23.6 22.1

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

FT-FTA PCT. PTS 85-146 .583 423 121-180 .672 467 166-252 .659 556 372-578 .644 1446

AVG 16.9 18.7 22.2 18.8

21. JON GOODE YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS 2005 29 35-94 .372 14-18 .778 99 2006 32 119-288 .413 52-67 .776 349 2007 30 94-219 .429 40-45 .889 277 2008 26 171-378 .452 81-103 .786 502 Totals 117 419-979 .428 187-233 .804 1227

AVG 3.4 10.9 9.2 19.3 10.5

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

22. DICK DZIK YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS AVG 1962 27 90-262 .344 66-92 .718 246 9.1 1963 26 148-358 .414 128-181 .707 424 16.3 1964 25 206-424 .486 131-172 .763 543 21.7 Totals 78 444-1044 .425 325-445 .730 1213 15.6

16. JOE KOPICKI YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS 1979 26 37-102 .363 23-39 .590 97 1980 26 102-235 .434 70-92 .761 274 1981 27 200-417 .480 137-176 .778 537 1982 27 186-366 .508 130-175 .743 502 Totals 106 525-1120 .469 360-482 .747 1410

AVG 3.7 10.5 19.9 18.6 13.3

PCT. .443 .489 .467

23. FRANK RUSSELL YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS AVG 1970 25 164-387 .424 59-84 .702 387 15.5 1971 26 182-441 .412 46-69 .667 410 15.8 1972 24 174-335 .519 43-65 .662 391 16.2 Totals 75 520-1163 .447 148-218 .679 1188 15.8

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1,000 Point Scorers 24. DOUG CHAPPELL YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS AVG 1981 27 64-143 .448 37-62 .597 165 6.1 1982 23 45-98 .459 45-82 .549 135 5.6 1983 29 188-407 .462 133-214 .621 509 17.6 1984 25 134-271 .494 92-159 .579 360 14.4 Totals 104 431-919 .469 307-517 .594 1169 11.2 25. MICHAEL JACKSON YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS AVG 1992 28 78-179 .436 61-83 .735 244 8.7 1993 27 61-142 .430 37-60 .617 175 6.5 1994 29 116-290 .400 83-116 .716 367 12.7 1995 28 102-258 .395 73-94 .777 339 12.1 Totals 112 357-869 .411 254-353 .720 1125 10.1 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 PCT. PTS AVG 96-130 .739 326 13.1 129-182 .709 409 16.4 131-168 .779 381 15.2 356-480 .742 1116 14.9

27. DESMOND FERGUSON YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS AVG 1998 31 88-231 .381 30-34 .882 276 8.9 1999 31 128-329 .389 51-67 .761 390 12.6 2000 32 160-371 .431 45-62 .726 447 14.0 Totals 94 376-931 .404 126-163 .773 1113 11.8 28. LOU HYATT YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS AVG 1964 22 85-214 .390 38-44 .862 208 9.5 1965 28 202-472 .428 88-115 .765 492 17.6 1966 25 171-409 .418 68-82 .829 410 16.4 Totals 75 428-1099 .417 194-241 .805 1110 14.8 29. AL CECH YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS AVG 1962 27 141-336 .420 80-100 .800 362 13.4 1963 26 139-320 .438 55-82 .671 333 12.8 1964 25 170-368 .463 54-75 .720 394 15.8 Totals 78 450-1024 .439 189-257 .735 1089 14.0 30. CARL PICKETT YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS AVG 1994 29 39-101 .386 20-36 .556 105 3.6 1995 28 116-265 .438 86-127 .677 348 12.4 1996 29 131-311 .421 128-170 .753 414 14.3 1997 23 69-184 .375 60-83 .723 208 9.0 Totals 109 355-861 .412 294-416 .707 1075 9.9

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Michael Jackson notched 1,125 points at Detroit before moving to the sidelines and starting his coaching career. 31. RAY ALBEE YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS AVG 1958 25 134-345 .388 62-87 .712 330 13.2 1959 25 133-387 .344 78-107 .729 344 13.7 1960 27 155-351 .441 78-103 .758 388 14.4 Totals 77 422-1083 .390 218-297 .734 1062 13.8 32. LARRY SALCI YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS AVG 1966 25 124-278 .446 45-58 .804 293 11.7 1967 25 166-395 .420 76-89 .854 408 16.3 1968 24 141-308 .458 76-89 .854 358 14.9 Totals 74 431-981 .439 197-234 .842 1059 14.3 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 PCT. PTS AVG 139-212 .656 343 12.2 137-222 .612 365 14.0 91-136 .683 293 11.7 367-570 .644 1001 12.7

34. JERRY SWARTZFAGER YR G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS AVG 1967 25 142-329 .429 140-182 .769 424 17.0 1968 25 138-294 .470 88-123 .715 364 14.6 1969 26 83-220 .378 46-68 .676 212 8.1 Totals 76 363-843 .431 274-373 .735 1000 13.2

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John Long is the only Titan in school history to lead Detroit in scoring four times. Year 1907 1910 1911 1912 1913 1917 1918 1919 1914 1915 1916 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1928

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

1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977

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 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 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

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Year-By-Year Scoring Leaders Year 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player ..................................................................Avg. 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 Chase Simon ........................................................ 14.0

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Player ..................................................................Avg. 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 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

Brandon Cotton was a scoring machine for Detroit leading UDM in that category three times.

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All-Time Scores 30 Findlay...................... 29 23 Polish Seminary ........ 23 34 Battle Creek N .......... 57 1914-15 (3-5) 35 Ann Arbor Y .............. 20 16 Olivet ........................ 32 15 Dayton ...................... 40 23 Adrian ...................... 19 17 Alma ......................... 29 22 Central Michigan ...... 38 27 Detroit Law ............... 12 27 Battle Creek N .......... 33

The earliest picture of one of the first U-D basketball teams, the 1906-07 squad. 1905-06 (3-1) 18 Collegiate ................... 7 10 Delray H.S. .................. 7 36 Cleary ........................ 9 6 Flint Mutes .................. 7 1906-07 (1-3) 36 Cleary ........................ 9 12 Michigan M.A............ 15 11 Eastern H.S. .............. 31 5 Central H.S................ 23 1907-08 and 1908-09 Records Unavailable 1909-10 (2-3) 12 St. John’s, O. ............... 28 17 St. John’s, O. ............... 18 30 Hillsdale ................... 28 24 Eastern Michigan ...... 39 24 Hillsdale ................... 20 1910-11 (6-0) 52 Eastern Michigan ...... 20 36 St. John’s, O. ............... 18 37 Olivet ........................ 20 51 Ann Arbor Y .............. 32 51 Ann Arbor Y .............. 26 70 Loyola ....................... 16 1911-12 (6-5) 36 Adrian ...................... 18 43 Albion ....................... 17

62 26 19 21 19 13 19 47 40

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 St. Mary’s, O.L............ 18 32 Adrian ...................... 13 55 Ann Arbor Y .............. 17 29 Eastern Michigan ...... 27 30 Ohio Northern .......... 28 58 Alma ......................... 29 46 Hillsdale ................... 27 53 Colonials .................. 18 44 Olivet ........................ 28 35 Heidelberg ............... 33 36 Battle Creek .............. 21 24 Central Michigan ...... 21 33 Alma ......................... 21 1913-14 (6-3-1) 51 St. Mary’s, O.L............ 30 25 Ann Arbor Y .............. 33 67 Adrian Y.................... 14 28 Eastern Michigan ...... 34 41 Eastern Michigan ...... 17 34 Findlay...................... 29 31 Olivet ........................ 26

1915-16 (7-3) 39 Detroit Law ............... 26 21 Adrian ...................... 25 27 St. Ignatius, O. ........... 16 22 Ohio Northern .......... 15 34 Adrian ...................... 32 21 Eastern Michigan ...... 20 23 St. Ignatius, O. ........... 19 33 Niagara ..................... 30 21 St. Mary’s. O.L............ 35 25 Eastern Michigan ...... 37 1916-17 (5-4) 28 Detroit Law ............... 19 26 Western Michigan..... 21 40 Adrian ...................... 21 33 Buffalo ...................... 17 26 Ohio Northern .......... 23 16 Kalamazoo ................ 27 16 Marietta .................... 17 15 Buffalo ...................... 41 11 Niagara ..................... 35 1917-18 (13-5) 18 Chicago .................... 27 35 Michigan State .......... 23 47 Cass Institute ............ 20 44 Detroit Law ................. 9 42 Western Reserve ...... 15 15 Indiana ..................... 24 59 Rose Poly .................. 21 64 St. Joseph’s, Ind.......... 24 34 Carlisle ....................... 4 17 Detroit Y .................... 25 38 Dayton ...................... 15 41 Oberlin ..................... 21 61 Detroit Law ............... 33 29 Young Men’s ............. 27 19 Young Men’s ............. 25 23 RPI ............................ 20 18 Detroit Y .................... 12 9 Young Men’s ............. 20

1918-19 (4-5) 18 Michigan................... 39 9 Jackson ..................... 28 22 Detroit Law ................. 5 2 U.S. Hospital .............. 23 14 Adrian ...................... 19 24 Camp Custer ............ 21 10 Young Men’s ............. 21 24 State Troopers........... 22 42 Detroit Law ............... 10 1919-20 (12-7) 40 Canisius .................... 17 30 St. Ignatius ................ 11 30 Michigan State .......... 29 22 Buffalo ...................... 28 23 Canisius .................... 26 22 Allegheny ................. 29 30 Central Michigan ...... 11 32 Mount Union ............. 18 51 Muskingum ............... 23 31 Toledo ........................ 3 26 Dayton ...................... 10 39 Albion ......................... 8 19 St. John’s, O. ............... 12 35 Western Michigan..... 28 26 Notre Dame .............. 29 12 Hillsdale ................... 14 32 Armour Institute........ 20 16 Creighton ................. 24 18 Western Michigan..... 23 1920-21 (10-8) 26 Kalamazoo .................. 7 17 Detroit Law ............... 18 22 St. John’s, O. ............... 41 18 Mt. Union .................. 25 27 St. Mary’s, O.L............ 22 37 Detroit Law ............... 12 22 Valparaiso ................. 16 29 Dayton ...................... 17 23 St. Ignatius, O. ........... 18 13 Niagara ..................... 27 31 Hamilton ................... 26 36 Colgate ..................... 37 20 St. John’s O................. 22 31 St. Louis .................... 25 25 St. Ignatius, O. ........... 27 37 Niagara ..................... 23 19 Kalamazoo ................ 28 46 St. Mary’s, O.L............ 14 1921-22 (2-13-1) 18 St. Louis .................... 20 22 St. John’s. O. ............... 13 16 Armour Institute........ 22 26 St. John’s, O. ............... 25

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Alma ......................... 26 Niagara ..................... 37 Hobart ...................... 19 Vermont .................... 39 Albany Law ............... 23 Union ........................ 21 Utica K of C ............... 26 Kalamazoo ................ 49 Marquette ................. 38 Western Michigan..... 25 St. Ignatius, O. ........... 23 Eastern Michigan ...... 29

1922-23 (9-7) 28 Middlebury .............. 18 8 Kalamazoo ................ 22 15 St. Ignatius, O. ........... 24 29 Victoria ..................... 26 11 Marquette ................. 21 49 St. John’s, O. ............... 13 31 Loyola ....................... 13 27 Wayne (Ind.) ............. 18 26 Armour Institute........ 24 37 St. John’s, O. ................. 9 26 Huntington ................ 30 13 Marquette ................. 16 25 Armour Institute........ 35 30 St. Viators .................. 27 18 Loyola ....................... 16 18 Huntington ................ 19 1923-24 (9-8) 18 Hope ......................... 14 34 Eastern Michigan ...... 27 28 Huntington ................ 20 14 John Carroll .............. 50 36 Alma ......................... 23 18 Eastern Michigan ...... 30 25 Lombard ................... 33 19 Western Michigan..... 26 26 Mich. City Y............... 32 21 Armour Institute........ 26 18 Northern Illinois ....... 13 17 Loyola ....................... 23 20 Armour Institute........ 17 17 Michigan State .......... 30 25 Central Michigan ...... 23 26 Loyola ....................... 23 23 Western Michigan..... 21

17 15 22 15 19 18 40

Western Michigan..... 24 Hope ......................... 29 Michigan State .......... 23 Armour Institute........ 13 John Carroll .............. 19 Loyola ....................... 22 Hope ......................... 15

1925-26 (13-6) 51 Bliss .......................... 32 37 Alma ......................... 14 34 St. Mary’s, O.L............ 22 14 Notre Dame .............. 31 18 St. John’s .................... 28 47 Toledo ...................... 37 16 Michigan State .......... 10 23 Western Michigan..... 28 26 Notre Dame .............. 31 29 Michigan State .......... 22 20 Armour Institute........ 27 47 Earlham .................... 23 39 Carnegie Tech .......... 24 32 Armour Institute........ 23 32 Loyola ....................... 18 24 Lombard ................... 37 29 Adrian ...................... 23 19 Dayton ...................... 18 25 John Carroll .............. 23 1926-27 (8-9) 43 Bliss .......................... 25 21 Notre Dame .............. 24 13 Loyola ......................... 8 34 Adrian ...................... 38 36 John Carroll .............. 28 30 Michigan State .......... 23 27 Valparaiso ................. 32 39 St. Viators .................. 21 19 Loyola ....................... 17 32 DePaul ...................... 29 18 St. Mary’s .................. 45 25 Lombard ................... 28 20 Michigan State .......... 27 35 Alma ......................... 23 23 Notre Dame .............. 24 33 Davis & Elkins ........... 41 26 Dayton ...................... 28

The 1922-23 Detroit team. 16 13 20 27 32 21 25

Loyola ....................... 13 Michigan State .......... 17 Lombard ................... 21 DePaul ...................... 19 Armour Institute........ 20 Loyola ....................... 26 Dayton ...................... 24

1928-29 (4-11) 18 Penn State ................. 31 14 Notre Dame .............. 49 38 St. John’s, O. ............... 18 13 Marquette ................. 21 13 Michigan State .......... 27 44 Adrian ...................... 35 19 Loyola ....................... 22 15 Michigan State .......... 40 14 Marquette ................. 19 6 Loyola ....................... 24 31 Adrian ...................... 39 16 Notre Dame .............. 18 24 Xavier ....................... 19 11 Xavier ....................... 24 34 St. John’s, O. ............... 16

10 24 29 18 21 42 40 20 37 28 36 23

Loyola ....................... 12 Marquette ................. 24 Albion ....................... 19 Michigan State .......... 21 Marquette ................. 30 Adrian ...................... 32 St. John’s, O. ............... 15 Xavier ....................... 23 Adrian ...................... 30 Dayton ...................... 16 Xavier ....................... 24 Bliss .......................... 26

1930-31 (10-9) 26 Xavier ....................... 20 46 Dayton ...................... 24 30 Adrian ...................... 36 21 Marquette ................. 26 13 Olivet ........................ 12 21 St. John’s, O. ............... 16 17 DePaul ...................... 21 20 Loyola ....................... 25 22 Marquette ................. 35 26 Adrian ...................... 20 29 Assumption ............... 27 16 Michigan State .......... 24 21 Wittenberg ............... 30 27 Loyola ....................... 19 11 Michigan State .......... 16 24 Dayton ...................... 22 17 Xavier ....................... 22 23 St. John’s, O. ............... 10 43 Assumption ............... 35

1924-25 (6-6-1) 33 Bliss .......................... 29 29 St. Viators .................. 24 37 Central Michigan ...... 27 23 Dayton ...................... 14 17 Alma ......................... 20 19 John Carroll .............. 28

1927-28 (11-4) 43 Battle Creek .............. 18 23 Michigan State .......... 28 31 Bliss .......................... 22 38 St. John’s, O. ............... 17 38 John Carroll .............. 24 29 Armour Institute........ 23 29 Adrian ...................... 22 46 St. Mary’s, O.L............ 15

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1929-30 (10-9) 18 Assumption ............... 19 26 Olivet ........................ 17 34 St. John’s, O. ............... 10 20 Michigan State .......... 26 20 Dayton ...................... 28 26 Albion ....................... 24 17 DePaul ...................... 21


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All-Time Scores 1931-32 (8-8) 20 St. John’s, O. ............... 17 22 Adrian ...................... 23 23 Olivet ........................ 26 21 Western Reserve ...... 20 22 Xavier ....................... 21 13 Michigan State .......... 22 35 John Carroll .............. 24 36 DePaul ...................... 25 23 Xavier ....................... 37 29 Dayton ...................... 16 37 St. John’s, O. ............... 25 30 Marquette ................. 31 34 Michigan State .......... 35 20 DePaul ...................... 26 26 Marquette ................. 37 40 Assumption ............... 25 1932-33 (12-5) 37 St. John’s, O. ............... 15 28 Assumption ............... 27 28 at Illinois ................... 39 31 at St. John’s, O. ........... 23 35 Western Ontario ....... 16 20 Marquette ................. 28 11 Xavier ....................... 27 38 Armour Institute........ 33 31 at Western Ontario .... 18 27 Adrian ...................... 16 28 at Michigan State ...... 30 27 Michigan State .......... 16 35 DePaul ...................... 24 32 Dayton ...................... 22 21 at Marquette ............. 35 19 at DePaul .................. 15 41 at Loyola ................... 25 45 at Assumption ........... 20 1933-34 (7-8) 24 St. John’s, O. ............... 18 34 Assumption ............... 19 36 Western Ontario ....... 19 40 Adrian ...................... 28 45 at St. John’s, O. .......... 26 17 Notre Dame .............. 36 45 John Carroll .............. 34 20 at Michigan State ...... 27 22 Michigan State .......... 28 36 at Western Ontario .... 22 23 DePaul ...................... 30 25 Loyola ....................... 26 20 at Loyola ................... 25 41 at DePaul .................. 50 28 at Assumption ........... 41 1934-35 (4-10) 23 Detroit Tech .............. 25

19 28 31 23 32 26 32 37 40 37 37 25 29

Loyola ....................... 29 Notre Dame .............. 41 Assumption ............... 33 Adrian ...................... 14 DePaul ...................... 54 at Wayne State .......... 34 Western Ontario ....... 26 Dayton ...................... 31 at Western Ontario .... 25 Wayne State .............. 43 at Assumption ........... 51 at DePaul .................. 58 at Loyola ................... 43

1935-36 (12-5) 42 Western Ontario ....... 12 35 at Baldwin-Wallace ... 40 44 at Akron .................... 43 40 Cleveland State......... 25 36 at Ohio U. .................. 29 20 Loyola ....................... 19 43 St. Mary’s, O.L............ 23 50 Detroit Tech .............. 15 38 Butler ........................ 32 38 Cleveland State......... 22 53 Armour Institute........ 29 50 Western Ontario ....... 12 54 Adrian ...................... 32 33 DePaul ...................... 40 32 at Loyola ................... 33 29 at DePaul .................. 41 28 Notre Dame .............. 51 1936-37 (11-5) 58 Adrian ........................ 7 45 Dayton ...................... 24 43 Detroit Tech .............. 19 39 Eastern Michigan ...... 21 46 St. Mary’s, O.L............ 33 38 Toledo ...................... 39 54 Hawaiian All-Stars ..... 39 40 Armour Institute........ 31 30 at Eastern Michigan .. 16 45 John Carroll .............. 28 19 at DePaul .................. 34 25 at Western Michigan . 44 39 at St. Mary’s, O.L. ....... 34 29 DePaul ...................... 24 30 at John Carroll........... 41 18 Notre Dame .............. 36 1937-38 (16-4) 56 Adrian ...................... 25 26 Purdue ...................... 53 42 Assumption ............... 22 33 Nebraska .................. 32 28 California ................. 32

34 34 40 57 61 25 27 34 43 41 38 39 47 38 31

Eastern Michigan ...... 32 Kentucky................... 26 Eastern Michigan ...... 23 Hawaiian All-Stars ..... 41 Hawaiian All-Stars ..... 42 Butler ........................ 41 Western Ontario ....... 23 Western Michigan..... 42 John Carroll .............. 41 Western Michigan..... 32 DePaul ...................... 36 Armour Institute........ 33 John Carroll .............. 35 DePaul ...................... 24 Notre Dame .............. 45

1938-39 (15-5) 65 St. Mary’s, O.L............ 20 27 at Purdue .................. 39 48 Assumption ............... 37 25 Santa Clara ............... 23 27 at Wisconsin.............. 34 42 Western Ontario ....... 28 48 Eastern Michigan ...... 35 33 at Xavier ................... 48 33 Butler ........................ 24 49 at John Carroll........... 27 60 Armour Institute........ 35 43 at Western Ontario .... 28 49 at Eastern Michigan .. 26 42 at Western Michigan . 38 50 Western Michigan..... 34 46 at Toledo ................... 57 40 Xavier ....................... 37 53 Toledo ...................... 52 42 Notre Dame .............. 48 43 John Carroll .............. 28 1939-40 (14-9) 67 Assumption ............... 40 19 at Purdue .................. 43 53 Western Ontario ....... 30 42 John Carroll .............. 34 48 at Loras ..................... 37 30 at St. Ambrose ........... 29 47 at Nebraska .............. 46 47 at Grinnell ................ 39 29 at Northern Iowa ....... 28 41 Marquette ................. 43 37 at DePaul .................. 47 34 at Butler .................... 41 41 DePaul ...................... 44 39 at Eastern Michigan .. 30 36 Xavier ....................... 31 70 Toronto ..................... 34 29 at Marquette ............. 25 49 Eastern Michigan ...... 36

32 41 46 39 40

at Toledo ................... 38 at Xavier ................... 46 at Western Ontario .... 45 Toledo ...................... 48 Notre Dame .............. 47

1940-41 (11-10) 44 St. Mary’s, O.L............ 20 46 Assumption ............... 25 35 Iowa .......................... 37 68 Centenary ................ 34 36 at Scranton ................ 34 37 at Villanova ............... 49 48 Marquette ................. 45 58 Mexico...................... 33 16 at Purdue .................. 38 29 at Indiana State ......... 30 58 Hillsdale ................... 29 32 at Eastern Michigan .. 28 30 Xavier ....................... 37 35 at Toledo ................... 45 34 Toledo ...................... 48 34 Loyola ....................... 36 36 at Marquette ............. 33 38 Eastern Michigan ...... 30 31 at Xavier ................... 34 42 Notre Dame .............. 56 1941-42 (13-8) 32 Hillsdale ................... 14 60 St. Mary’s, O.L............ 28 34 Illinois....................... 49 37 Harvard .................... 32 33 Nebraska .................. 29 31 at Villanova ............... 36 28 at Scranton ................ 33 36 Assumption ............... 24 34 Marquette ................. 32 32 Case Western ........... 24 28 Michigan State .......... 32 36 at Hillsdale................ 15 29 Eastern Michigan ...... 27 23 at Toledo ................... 45 37 at Case Western ........ 36 39 at Michigan State ...... 37 39 Wayne State .............. 21 49 at Eastern Michigan .. 44 38 at Marquette ............. 42 29 at Loyola ................... 32 41 Notre Dame .............. 43 1942-43 (15-5) 50 Hillsdale ................... 24 57 St. Mary’s, O.L............ 17 25 at Illinois ................... 38 34 Harvard .................... 19 33 Assumption ............... 24

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Marquette ................. 31 at Case Western ........ 29 at Hillsdale................ 26 at Eastern Michigan .. 25 Case Western ........... 29 Wayne State .............. 31 at Eastern Michigan .. 35 at Marquette ............. 38 at Loyola ................... 52 at Notre Dame ........... 52 Great Lakes............... 34 Royal Can. A.F. .......... 17 Romulus A.A.F. .......... 24 Dearborn N.T.S. ........ 35 Selfridge A.A.F. ......... 28

1943-44 (13-7) 42 Naval Procurement ..... 8 25 at Illinois ................... 56 33 Assumption ............... 20 36 Coast Guard ............. 34 31 at St. John’s ................ 44 37 Detroit Ind................. 21 42 at Eastern Michigan .. 32 49 Romulus A.A.F. .......... 45 25 at Romulus A.A.F. ...... 43 32 St. Mary’s, O.L............ 35 34 at Ft. Custer .............. 28 46 Eastern Michigan ...... 11 44 Western Ontario ....... 22 34 Marquette ................. 63 51 Ft. Custer .................. 33 11 at Marquette ............. 45 41 Selfridge A.A.F. ......... 28 47 at Western Ontario .... 27 56 Ft. Wayne .................. 29

38 Drake ........................ 41 1944-45 (8-12) 22 at CCNY.................... 42 40 728th M.P................... 32 50 at Eastern Michigan .. 34 55 Western Ontario ....... 26 31 Ft. Custer .................. 36 36 Romulus A.A.F. .......... 40 55 at Ft. Wayne............... 18 29 Wayne State .............. 18 50 St. Mary’s, O.L............ 38 33 at Albright ................ 39 46 Eastern Michigan ...... 38 32 at Romulus A.A.F. ...... 45 36 at Ft. Custer .............. 44 32 at Marquette ............. 50 29 at Michigan State ...... 53 45 Rhode Isl. (at Buff.).... 62 38 Michigan State .......... 62 31 at Wayne State .......... 34 40 at Western Ontario .... 30 43 at Notre Dame ........... 87 1945-46 (15-8) 72 Hillsdale ................... 30 48 Eastern Michigan ...... 36 34 at Illinois ................... 51 52 Western Ontario ....... 31 40 Toledo ...................... 34 43 Wayne State .............. 33 51 at Hillsdale................ 24 43 Marquette ................. 36 38 at Michigan State ...... 40 51 John Carroll .............. 33 67 at Case Western ........ 46

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Ontario Aggies ......... 36 at Marquette ............. 27 at Great Lakes ........... 66 at Eastern Michigan .. 33 Michigan State .......... 58 Case Western ........... 44 at Toledo ................... 57 Great Lakes............... 62 at Wayne State .......... 24 Notre Dame .............. 66 at Western Ontario .... 35 at Ontario Aggies ..... 30

1946-47 (11-13) 78 Ft. Custer .................. 34 51 at Iowa ...................... 67 42 at Loras ..................... 58 56 Kalamazoo ................ 48 57 at Lock Haven ........... 32 69 at Albright ................ 61 58 Georgia Tech ............ 39 48 Marquette ................. 41 44 Michigan State .......... 52 40 Notre Dame .............. 81 44 Toledo ...................... 55 68 at Ft. Custer .............. 44 73 at Eastern Michigan .. 47 53 Loras ......................... 62 47 Bradley ..................... 83 62 Eastern Michigan ...... 49 48 at Michigan State ...... 55 47 at Wayne State .......... 49 63 at Toledo ................... 68 66 at Kalamazoo ............ 63 46 at Marquette ............. 71 51 at Bradley ................. 61 47 Wayne State .............. 58 55 at Western Ontario .... 53 1947-48 (7-15) 38 Kalamazoo ................ 27 54 Western Ontario ....... 51 41 John Carroll .............. 60 58 at Loras ..................... 63 39 Eastern Michigan ...... 46 43 Marquette ................. 71 27 Wayne ...................... 44 37 Loyola ....................... 57 34 Michigan State .......... 52 49 Quito, Equador.......... 36 31 at Michigan State ...... 66 50 at Dayton .................. 54 38 at Xavier ................... 59 30 Notre Dame .............. 55 28 Dayton ...................... 32 52 at Eastern Michigan .. 37 44 at John Carroll........... 51

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Wayne ...................... 35 at Kalamazoo ............ 43 at Marquette ............. 63 at Loyola ................... 67 at Western Ontario .... 44

1948-49 (12-10) 61 Assumption ............... 58 42 at Purdue .................. 51 53 at Eastern Michigan .. 37 55 Kalamazoo ................ 52 43 at Seton Hall.............. 55 58 at Loyola (Md.) .......... 66 43 at Siena ..................... 52 51 Mississippi Coll. ....... 26 39 Marquette ................. 38 49 at Michigan State ...... 66 35 Michigan State .......... 34 41 John Carroll .............. 45 42 at Kalamazoo ............ 48 59 Hillsdale ................... 44 54 at Eastern Michigan .. 46 63 Wayne ...................... 50 25 at Loyola ................... 59 45 at Wayne ................... 38 47 at Marquette ............. 71 42 at Loyola ................... 72 56 at John Carroll........... 45 67 at Western Ontario .... 55 1949-50 (20-6) 73 Assumption ............... 40 59 Eastern Michigan ...... 35 75 Kalamazoo ................ 47 61 Hillsdale ................... 48 80 Western Ontario ....... 42 53 at Drake .................... 67 41 at St. Louis ................. 56 56 Wayne ...................... 43 64 Michigan State .......... 56 53 at Wichita .................. 52 50 at Bradley ................. 71 65 at Eastern Michigan .. 39 67 Bradley ..................... 54 50 Tulsa ......................... 47 64 at Marquette ............. 55 61 Wichita ..................... 47 57 Marquette ................. 44 40 Oklahoma A&M ........ 39 54 at Michigan State ...... 57 27 at Oklahoma A&M ..... 39 49 at Tulsa ..................... 53 60 at Wayne ................... 45 73 St. Louis .................... 60 70 Assumption ............... 46 58 at Western Ontario .... 34 61 Drake ........................ 47

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All-Time Scores 1950-51 (17-14) 89 Kalamazoo ................ 43 31 at Michigan State ...... 45 82 Western Ontario ....... 47 62 Eastern Michigan ...... 54 49 at Wayne State .......... 51 84 Hillsdale ................... 51 84 Marquette ................. 51 64 at Villanova ............... 67 58 at Duquesne.............. 60 52 at Westminster .......... 71 65 Bradley ..................... 69 82 Drake ........................ 68 62 at Marquette ............. 65 62 at St. Louis ................. 58 70 at Bradley ................. 65 60 Wayne State .............. 51 61 at Loyola ................... 76 62 Tulsa ......................... 50 58 at Wichita .................. 65 60 at Drake .................... 64 78 Wichita ..................... 65 60 Drake ........................ 64 78 Wichita ..................... 60 70 Houston .................... 61 93 Houston .................... 73 37 at Oklahoma A&M ..... 62 49 at Tulsa ..................... 60 50 St. Louis .................... 64 64 at Eastern Michigan .. 60 61 at Western Ontario .... 48 62 Oklahoma A&M ........ 52

1952-53 (12-14) 75 Kalamazoo ................ 61 95 Western Ontario ....... 42 69 Wayne State .............. 92 84 Houston .................... 72 74 Houston .................... 64 57 #Duquesne ............... 71 78 #St. Mary’s (Cal.) ...... 81 98 John Carroll .............. 75 63 Drake ........................ 74 64 Wichita ..................... 62 84 Bowling Green .......... 88 50 Oklahoma A&M ........ 57 88 at St. Louis ................. 92 83 Marquette ................. 92 58 Oklahoma A&M ........ 67 74 at Tulsa ..................... 75 83 Baldwin-Wallace ....... 74 72 Loyola (La.) ............... 65 64 at Wayne State .......... 57 83 St. Louis .................... 68 84 St. Bonaventure ......... 70 66 at Drake .................... 76 65 at Wichita .................. 61 58 Tulsa ......................... 69 74 at Marquette ............. 80 67 at Western Ontario .... 69 #Motor City Tournament

1951-52 (14-12) 82 Kalamazoo ................ 55 47 Eastern Michigan ...... 46 79 Western Ontario ....... 44 91 at Assumption ........... 40 46 at Wayne State .......... 50 47 Michigan State .......... 52 73 at Houston................. 56 71 at Houston................. 74 88 John Carroll .............. 69 63 at Marquette ............. 61 47 at Wichita .................. 58 61 at Drake .................... 68 64 St. Louis .................... 71 59 Bradley ..................... 65 80 Georgetown .............. 74 67 Tulsa ......................... 55 45 at St. Louis ................. 58 44 Oklahoma A&M ........ 42 49 Wayne State .............. 50 72 Drake ........................ 69 72 Marquette ................. 66 87 Wichita ..................... 69 38 at Oklahoma A&M ..... 67

1953-54 (11-17) 98 Kalamazoo ................ 58 53 at Bowling Green ...... 78 77 Buffalo ...................... 58 45 at Notre Dame ........... 72 101 Youngstown .............. 65 92 Western Ontario ....... 54 62 at Houston................. 77 63 at Houston................. 71 63 at Loyola (Md.) .......... 79 66 at St. Bonaventure ..... 70 72 #Georgetown ........... 66 74 #Toledo .................... 67 75 Wichita ..................... 77 64 St. Louis .................... 70 67 Wayne State .............. 75 61 at Wichita .................. 91 83 at Drake .................... 65 62 at Wayne State .......... 74 66 at Loyola ................... 67 68 at Marquette ............. 74 75 at St. Louis ................. 74 65 Oklahoma A&M ........ 66 52 Tulsa ......................... 59

44 at Tulsa ..................... 62 63 at Bradley ................. 71 61 at Western Ontario .... 44

66 Drake ........................ 61 58 at Oklahoma A&M ..... 79 70 at Tulsa ..................... 89 80 Marquette ................. 76 70 at Western Ontario .... 56 #Motor City Tournament

48 at Oklahoma A&M ..... 74 72 Marquette ................. 71 84 Wichita ..................... 85 75 at Canisius ................ 96 89 at Western Ontario .... 76 #Motor City Tournament

1954-55 (15-11) 70 Assumption ............... 61 84 at 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 at Wayne State .......... 64 62 at Oklahoma A&M ..... 59 62 at Tulsa ..................... 65 91 Drake ........................ 76 75 at Wichita .................. 80 86 at Drake .................... 93 69 Oklahoma A&M ........ 75 72 Tulsa ......................... 77 68 St. Louis .................... 80 81 at Marquette ............100 79 at St. Louis ................. 84 69 at Toledo ................... 73 77 Wichita ..................... 83 71 at Wayne State .......... 69 83 at Western Ontario .... 62 #Motor City Tournament

1956-57 (11-15) 75 Assumption ............... 41 78 Louisville .................. 91 66 Bowling Green .......... 67 89 Western Ontario ....... 48 81 Toledo ...................... 68 74 at Tulsa ..................... 75 66 at Oklahoma A&M ..... 75 75 #Boston U.................. 58 94 #Northwestern ......... 84 70 Canisius .................... 80 75 Drake ........................ 69 64 at Marquette ............. 69 75 St. Louis .................... 84 76 at Bradley ................. 89 90 Delaware .................. 67 91 Houston .................... 81 65 at Drake .................... 83 76 at Wichita .................. 96 92 at St. Louis ................101 72 at Houston................. 82 60 Oklahoma A&M ........ 57 87 Tulsa ......................... 69 88 at Notre Dame ........... 99 82 Wichita ..................... 75 95 Bradley ....................101 76 at Louisville .............. 86 #Motor City Tournament

1955-56 (13-12) 77 Notre Dame .............. 71 77 Western Ontario ....... 58 78 Toronto ..................... 50 76 at Bowling Green ...... 60 76 at Houston................. 89 84 at Houston................. 86 109 Baldwin-Wallace ....... 85 91 #Penn State............... 58 77 #BYU ........................ 99 78 at St. Louis ................. 86 106 at Bradley ................. 91 80 Tulsa ......................... 72 81 Drake ........................ 65 75 St. Louis .................... 79 85 Bradley ..................... 93 89 at Drake .................... 77 79 at Wichita .................. 99 78 Michigan State .......... 85 61 Oklahoma A&M ........ 51 55 at Tulsa ..................... 61

1957-58 (13-12) 82 Assumption ............... 57 59 Michigan State .......... 71 61 at Canisius ................ 54 82 Wichita ..................... 89 68 Louisville .................. 64 79 St. Francis (Pa.) ......... 73 84 Fordham ................... 79 78 #Columbia ............... 71 66 #Georgia Tech .......... 70 59 at Dayton .................. 72 72 at Western Ontario .... 55 59 St. Bonaventure ......... 81 72 at Bowling Green ...... 73 81 Central Michigan ...... 55 76 Western Ontario ....... 47 83 at Toledo ................... 81 90 at Assumption ........... 62 74 John Carroll .............. 62 58 at Louisville .............. 76 55 at Duquesne.............. 66

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All-Time Scores 66 at West Virginia ......... 98 69 Seton Hall ................. 48 96 Notre Dame .............102 51 at Loyola ................... 56 71 at Bradley ................. 88 #Motor City Tournament 1958-59 (11-14) 77 Assumption ............... 50 51 at Michigan State ...... 88 77 Canisius .................... 75 58 Xavier ....................... 80 71 at Assumption ........... 62 68 Western Ontario ....... 51 101 Delaware .................. 71 87 North Dakota State .... 73 98 #Army ...................... 87 68 #Michigan ................ 93 66 Marquette ................. 75 83 at Central Michigan .. 69 62 at Notre Dame ........... 73 85 Bowling Green .......... 79 63 Bradley ..................... 77 77 at Nebraska .............. 91 63 at Marquette ............. 78 64 at St. Bonaventure ..... 85 87 Toledo ...................... 61 68 Loyola ....................... 65 62 at Boston College...... 76 73 at Fordham ................ 93 59 at Seton Hall.............. 63 58 Duquesne ................. 69 51 Dayton ...................... 82 #Motor City Tournament 1959-60 (20-7) 106 Assumption ............... 50 94 Bradeis ..................... 63 85 at Iona ....................... 67 84 Purdue ...................... 63 95 Xavier ....................... 71 85 at Indiana .................. 89 94 Boston College ......... 81 87 Buffalo State .............. 55 94 Creighton ................. 78 100 #New Mexico ........... 64 92 #Western Michigan .. 72 63 at Notre Dame ........... 75 89 at Marquette ............. 85 79 Western Ontario ....... 56 68 Notre Dame .............. 61 82 Central Michigan ...... 62 65 Marquette ................. 58 61 at Toledo ................... 69 84 at Assumption ........... 51 71 at Xavier ................... 73 94 Baldwin-Wallace ....... 61

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97 at Western Ontario .... 56 60 at Canisius ................ 71 101 Seton Hall ................. 77 60 at Dayton .................. 75 71 at Bowling Green ...... 68 86 Villanova (NIT).......... 88 #Motor City Tournament 1960-61 (18-9) 103 South Dakota State .... 76 70 Utah State.................. 68 81 Indiana ..................... 79 64 at Purdue .................. 83 71 Nebraska .................. 62 80 Gonzaga ................... 75 73 at Ohio State ............. 84 83 #Yale ........................ 67 77 #Colorado State........ 64 94 Baldwin-Wallace ....... 64 69 at Villanova ............... 81 84 at Seton Hall.............. 79 63 Marquette ................. 85 62 at Notre Dame ........... 66 71 Dayton ...................... 57 69 Toledo ...................... 65 81 at Western Michigan . 68 82 at Loyola ................... 83 96 at Xavier ................... 99 92 Notre Dame .............. 71 62 Canisius .................... 58 59 Chicago .................... 39 90 at Central Michigan .. 33 94 at Assumption ........... 48 97 Bowling Green .......... 76

69 at Marquette ............. 85 82 Holy Cross (NIT) ....... 86 #Motor City Tournament 1961-62 (15-12) 89 Western Ontario ....... 56 98 Christian Bros. .......... 79 76 Tulsa ......................... 53 66 at Purdue .................. 91 88 Xavier ....................... 73 96 Assumption ............... 45 84 at Indiana .................. 92 71 San Francisco............ 53 81 Regis ........................ 58 97 #Syracuse ................. 69 77 #St. Bonaventure ....... 70 76 Loyola ....................... 90 59 at Notre Dame ........... 77 57 Western Michigan..... 69 85 Hillsdale ................... 70 82 at Xavier ................... 89 82 at Michigan ............... 74 93 Villanova................... 89 97 at Dayton .................. 75 66 Marquette ................. 73 105 Notre Dame .............. 87 63 at Iona ....................... 59 74 at Canisius ................ 90 55 at Bowling Green ...... 89 88 Seton Hall ................. 93 92 at Marquette ............. 93 81 Western Ky. (NCAA) .. 90 #Motor City Tournament

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 at Villanova ............... 77 71 at Xavier ................... 87 70 at Notre Dame ..........105 67 at Western Mich. ......110 91 at Assumption ........... 65 78 at 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 at Marquette ............. 77 58 Chicago .................... 50 #Motor City Tournament 1963-64 (14-11) 95 Windsor .................... 79 80 at Purdue .................. 86 107 Christian Bros. .......... 74 108 at Loyola ..................113

The 1959-60 Detroit Titans went 20-7 with wins over Boston College, Marquette, Notre Dame, Purdue, Seton Hall and Xavier

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All-Time Scores 93 San Fran. State .......... 79 92 at Hillsdale................ 46 92 Indiana ....................110 99 #Holy Cross .............. 83 83 #Penn State............... 88 87 at Michigan ..............117 113 at Xavier ..................121 115 Western Ontario ....... 43 114 at Notre Dame ..........104 92 Catholic U. ................ 69 71 at Toledo ................... 73 111 St. Bonaventure ......... 81 70 Villanova................... 79 101 at Windsor ................ 82 100 Notre Dame .............. 89 84 at Dayton .................. 90 112 Xavier ......................114 97 Marquette ................. 73 82 at Canisius ................ 93 104 Bowling Green .......... 88 100 at Marquette ............. 76 #Motor City Tournament 1964-65 (20-8) 81 Purdue ...................... 84 92 Christian Bros. .......... 72 81 John Carroll .............. 66 86 at 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 at Minnesota ............. 80 76 Canisius .................... 69 76 Dayton ...................... 74 79 Marquette ................. 67 70 at Villanova ............... 72 108 Xavier ....................... 92 97 Toledo ...................... 66 96 at Western Michigan . 87 77 Notre Dame .............. 74 78 Loyola ....................... 76 119 Windsor .................... 70 76 Baldwin-Wallace ....... 56 71 at St. Bonaventure ..... 84 75 at Bowling Green ...... 73 90 at Marquette ............. 76 80 Hillsdale ................... 51 93 LaSalle (NIT) ............. 86 76 NYU (NIT) ................. 87 #Motor City Tournament 1965-66 (17-8) 83 Aquinas .................... 76 75 at Purdue .................. 82

78 at Indiana .................. 75 87 Windsor .................... 70 105 Xavier ....................... 86 103 Baldwin-Wallace ....... 80 88 Minnesota ................. 92 83 #Harvard .................. 63 80 #William & Mary ...... 65 68 West Texas State ....... 57 98 Hillsdale ................... 75 97 at Notre Dame ........... 84 91 at Canisius ................ 97 101 Villanova................... 94 76 at Toledo ................... 74 95 at Xavier ................... 87 74 Marquette ................. 81 91 Western Michigan..... 79 73 at Iowa .....................107 89 St. Bonaventure ......... 84 67 Notre Dame .............. 76 93 Western Ontario ....... 49 88 John Carroll .............. 56 78 at Marquette ............. 87 80 Dayton .....................109 #Motor City Tournament

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 at Notre Dame ........... 83 74 at Dayton .................. 86 81 at Xavier ................... 84 107 Eastern Michigan ...... 78 74 at St. Bonaventure ....103 70 Marquette ................. 80 82 Notre Dame .............. 79 55 Villanova................... 63 95 Hillsdale ................... 94 82 Western Michigan..... 94 70 at Marquette ............. 81 107 DePaul .....................111 90 John Carroll .............. 65 90 Canisius .................... 83 #Motor City Tournament

64 at Canisius ................ 75 68 at St. Bonaventure ..... 97 56 at Illinois ................... 82 70 at Loyola ................... 79 86 #Pittsburgh ............... 60 64 #Minnesota............... 65 61 at Marquette ............. 81 78 at Villanova ............... 87 50 Duquesne ................. 81 86 Loyola (La.) ............... 66 80 Loyola ...................... 85 78 at Xavier ................... 73 68 at Dayton .................. 89 80 Boston College ......... 67 67 Xavier ....................... 70 59 at Fordham ................ 66 81 La Salle ..................... 77 64 Toledo ...................... 69 93 Notre Dame .............. 95 77 at Eastern Michigan .. 98 60 Marquette ................. 80 98 Hillsdale ................... 68 #Motor City Tournament

1966-67 (10-15) 87 Windsor .................... 56 91 Aquinas .................... 75 74 Notre Dame .............. 73 89 at Xavier ..................104 82 at 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 at Western Michigan . 76 71 Notre Dame .............. 87 84 West Virginia ............ 97 94 Marquette ................. 92 56 at Villanova ............... 75 92 John Carroll .............. 71 74 at Duquesne.............. 99 84 Canisius .................... 64 95 Western Ontario ....... 49 79 Hillsdale ................... 75 81 Toledo .....................110 62 at DePaul .................. 97 64 at Marquette ............. 71 #Motor City Tournament

1968-69 (16-10) 105 Aquinas .................... 40 106 at Western Michigan . 99 103 Windsor .................... 48 93 Western Ontario ....... 46 74 at Eastern Michigan .. 72 105 Hillsdale ................... 50 71 St. Bonaventure ......... 68 80 Eastern Michigan ...... 67 86 #Mississippi State ..... 62 87 #Temple ................... 76 80 at Minnesota ............. 85 71 at Marquette ............. 85 62 Dayton ...................... 64 77 at Notre Dame ........... 84 98 Xavier ....................... 84 71 at Villanova ............... 93 92 John Carroll .............. 52 76 at Duquesne.............. 66 74 Marquette ................. 75 72 Notre Dame .............. 79 92 at Toledo ................... 90 67 at Xavier ..................104 83 Baldwin-Wallace ....... 79 96 at La Salle ................. 98 72 at Boston College...... 99 107 Canisius .................... 88 #Motor City Tournament

1970-71 (14-12) 108 Hillsdale ................... 61 79 Chicago State ........... 35 67 at Villanova ............... 95 73 at Michigan ............... 74 69 #Providence ............. 84 77 #San Francisco ......... 58 79 Spring Hill ................ 56 87 ##Delaware .............. 75 74 ##Arizona State ........ 87 61 Marquette ................. 70 75 St. Bonaventure ......... 73 70 Loyola ....................... 63 79 at Notre Dame ........... 93 78 at Xavier ................... 76 77 Dayton ...................... 88 85 Cleveland State......... 70 78 at Toledo ................... 86 64 Canisius .................... 65 80 Xavier ....................... 71 91 King’s College .......... 66 67 at Marquette ............. 81 76 St. John’s (Minn.) ....... 69 80 at Boston College...... 76 70 St. Francis (Pa.) ......... 80 92 Bowling Green .......... 85 73 at Duquesne.............. 93 #Tennessee Classic ##Motor City Tournament

1967-68 (13-12) 92 Aquinas .................... 67 99 Michigan..................104 85 Xavier ....................... 84

1969-70 (7-18) 72 at Michigan ............... 85 66 Eastern Michigan ...... 73 82 Western Michigan..... 71

1971-72 (18-6) 73 Hillsdale ................... 43 64 Villanova................... 83

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All-Time Scores 79 Wisconsin State ........ 59 72 Chicago State ........... 58 76 San Fran. State .......... 51 76 at Toledo ................... 77 87 at Ohio U. .................. 77 56 #Valparaiso .............. 57 86 #Bowling Green........ 78 100 Cleveland State......... 54 80 St. John’s (Minn.) ....... 66 101 St. Francis (Pa.) ......... 82 66 at Marquette ............. 68 70 at Xavier ................... 66 77 Toledo ...................... 73 76 Boston College ......... 68 67 at St. Bonaventure ..... 66 102 NE Illinois ................. 54 69 Xavier ....................... 56 78 at Dayton .................. 70 63 at St. Peter’s............... 77 70 Marquette ................. 49 79 Duquesne ................. 71 85 at Western Michigan . 98 #Motor City Tournament

60 at Illinois ................... 64 101 Oakland .................... 75 73 Michigan State .......... 71 96 #Montana State ......... 85 73 #Fairfield .................. 65 95 Canisius .................... 83 80 Duquesne ................. 72 54 at Minnesota ............. 52 89 at Western Mich. ......105 67 at Villanova ............... 80 79 Dayton ...................... 72 70 Va. Commonwealth ... 77 65 St. Francis (Pa.) ......... 64 61 at St. Bonaventure ..... 64 95 St. Peter’s .................. 82 82 Southern Illinois........ 78 79 Xavier ....................... 78 53 Marquette ................. 61 67 at Xavier ................... 80 86 Loyola ....................... 75 52 at Southern Ill............ 95 74 Louisville .................. 89 #Motor City Tournament

1972-73 (16-9) 74 Hillsdale ................... 46 81 Wisconsin ................. 49 79 Illinois....................... 77 65 Michigan................... 74 72 San Fran. State .......... 42 41 Villanova................... 54 84 #Denver ................... 72 75 #Massachusetts ........ 59 68 at Loyola ................... 77 58 at Louisville .............. 76 77 St. Peter’s .................. 64 79 at Xavier ................... 73 57 Western Michigan..... 55 62 at Southern Ill............ 60 67 at Bowling Green ...... 65 81 St. John’s (Minn.) ....... 52 63 at Fairfield ................ 67 57 St. Bonaventure ......... 58 83 Xavier ....................... 81 83 Bellarmine ................ 69 55 at Marquette ............. 77 69 Loyola ....................... 48 60 Southern Illinois........ 57 70 at St. Fran. (Pa.) ......... 84 70 at Duquesne.............. 73 #Motor City Tournament

1974-75 (17-9) 66 UW Parkside ............. 59 116 Hillsdale ................... 85 76 at Dayton .................. 90 69 Central Michigan ...... 72 82 Bowling Green .......... 69 81 Ill. Wesleyan .............. 73 69 Michigan State .......... 72 60 #Eastern Michigan ... 62 65 #Western Michigan .. 80 64 at Canisius ................ 56 78 Seton Hall ................. 71 87 Wayne State .............. 65 105 Oakland .................... 48 84 at Xavier ................... 87 59 at St. Fran. (Pa.) ......... 64 86 St. Bonaventure ......... 82 101 Grand Valley ............. 74 66 at Loyola ................... 55 62 at Southern Ill............ 95 111 Iona .......................... 75 62 at Marquette ............. 81 82 Bradley ..................... 75 70 Xavier ....................... 59 65 Southern Illinois........ 62 65 at Va. Com’wealth ..... 58 60 at Duquesne.............. 45 #Motor City Tournament

Dick Vitale’s four years as a Titan coach saw four winning seasons, including a 25-4 record and a NCAA Tournament bid in 1977. 67 at Bradley ................. 71 71 Western Michigan..... 81 94 Xavier ....................... 64 85 Michigan State .......... 82 74 #Wyoming ................ 66 74 #DePaul .................... 67 85 Loyola ....................... 79 83 at St. Bonaventure ..... 81 76 at Arizona ................106 79 UW Parkside ............. 63 73 at Seton Hall.............. 77 85 at Iona ....................... 81 86 Dayton ...................... 70 103 Wayne State .............. 67 106 St. Peter’s .................. 89 76 North Carolina .......... 91 66 Marquette ................. 68 83 Buffalo ...................... 81 104 Cleveland State......... 72 80 at Xavier ................... 82 89 Grand Valley ............. 50 109 St. Francis (N.Y.) ........ 65 83 Duquesne ................. 67 89 at Loyola ................... 85 #Motor City Tournament 1976-77 (25-4) 80 Eastern Michigan ...... 62 80 Minnesota ................104 113 Oakland .................... 45 78 at Cleveland State ..... 66 133 Iowa Wesleyan .......... 79 99 at Michigan State ...... 94 70 Arizona ..................... 68 79 #Centenary .............. 74

81 #Kent State ............... 79 103 at Buffalo ................... 74 115 LIU ............................ 77 92 Iona .......................... 67 65 at Dayton .................. 63 70 at St. Peter’s............... 68 85 at St. Fran. (N.Y.) ........ 81 110 Canisius .................... 72 107 Akron........................ 58 87 at Eastern Michigan .. 82 85 at Xavier ................... 76 78 St. Bonaventure ......... 62 123 Wayne State .............. 77 86 Western Michigan..... 64 64 at Marquette ............. 63 88 at Duquesne.............. 95 122 Marshall.................... 86 91 Xavier ....................... 66 71 at Loyola ................... 79 93 Middle Tenn. (NCAA) 76 81 Michigan (NCAA) ..... 86 #Motor City Tournament 1977-78 (25-4) 76 at Toledo ................... 64 112 Adrian ...................... 69 69 St. Louis .................... 61 111 Northern Michigan ... 66 94 at St. Bonaventure ..... 92 103 Ball State ................... 70 74 Michigan State .........103 77 #Harvard .................. 69 109 #Eastern Michigan ... 71 89 at Marshall ................ 84 122 Buffalo ...................... 81

1973-74 (17-9) 96 Hillsdale ................... 63 83 at Cleveland State ..... 79 81 St. John’s (Minn.) ....... 77 70 Michigan................... 59

1975-76 (19-8) 119 Kalamazoo ................ 68 77 at Central Michigan .. 82 113 Oakland .................... 83

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All-Time Scores 99 Oakland .................... 58 84 at Iona ....................... 79 87 Dayton ...................... 73 84 at Bowling Green ...... 79 87 St. Peter’s .................. 77 98 Duquesne ................. 80 84 Wayne State .............. 51 80 Xavier ....................... 74 82 at Georgetown .......... 83 113 at Western Michigan . 91 132 CCNY ....................... 91 124 Canisius .................... 89 121 St. Francis (Pa.) ......... 89 82 at Xavier ................... 77 89 Loyola ....................... 69 77 Marquette ................. 80 94 Va. C’wealth (NIT) ..... 86 77 at N.C. State (NIT)...... 84 #Motor City Tournament 1978-79 (22-6) 67 Toledo ...................... 64 64 Northern Michigan ... 62 76 at North Carolina ...... 93 75 at Oregon ................. 74 101 Wayne State .............. 66 81 at Ball State ............... 82 92 Marshall.................... 61 76 at Iona ....................... 72 79 Central Michigan ...... 72 108 #New Hampshire ...... 70 67 #Rhode Island .......... 76 84 at LIU ........................ 63 83 Loyola ....................... 74 92 Illinois State .............. 81 92 Western Michigan..... 77 81 at East Carolina......... 69 70 Xavier ....................... 74 80 at Eastern Michigan .. 75 91 Georgetown .............. 71 64 at Marquette ............. 63 135 CCNY ....................... 77 106 St. Bonaventure ........101 86 Colgate ..................... 66 84 at Duquesne.............. 93 72 at Loyola ................... 69 88 Xavier ....................... 69 87 Lamar (NCAA) .......... 95 #Motor City Tournament 1979-80 (14-13) 70 at Central Michigan .. 72 79 Nevada-Reno ............ 69 71 Oregon ..................... 59 54 Iowa .......................... 80 72 Michigan................... 85 72 at North Carolina ...... 85

The 1982-83 U-D Titans with Don Sicko in his first year as head coach. 57 Michigan State .......... 63 89 New Orleans ............. 74 64 #Dartmouth .............. 42 60 #Eastern Michigan ... 66 67 Duquesne ................. 72 101 Marshall.................... 77 62 at Illinois State .......... 64 92 Canisius .................... 78 83 at Syracuse ............... 89 95 at Xavier ................... 79 68 Eastern Michigan ...... 63 69 East Carolina ............ 65 86 at St. Bonaventure ..... 88 102 Xavier ....................... 96 97 at Loyola ..................105 72 at St. Fran. (Pa.) ......... 71 83 at 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 #Central Mich........... 93 85 #Western Mich. ........ 82 55 at Iowa ...................... 98

79 Syracuse ................... 93 68 at Toledo ................... 87 87 John Carroll .............. 60 72 ##East Carolina ........ 63 79 ##Duke ...................111 69 at New Orleans ......... 80 67 Lafayette ................... 61 68 Michigan................... 85 80 Loyola ....................... 82 59 at Oral Roberts ......... 69 79 at Oklahoma City ...... 92 58 at Northern Mich....... 65 65 Xavier ....................... 69 66 Evansville ................. 68 75 LIU ............................ 74 73 Dayton ...................... 70 71 St. Bonaventure ......... 63 58 at DePaul .................. 69 42 at Marquette ............. 65 75 Middle Tenn. St. ........ 60 83 at Butler .................... 72 70 at Duquesne.............. 72 62 Illinois State .............. 66 80 at Loyola (MCC) ........ 86 #Spartan Cutlass Classic ##Iron Duke Classic

1981-82 (10-17) 59 #Fordham ................. 60 72 #Xavier ..................... 68 62 Michigan State .......... 65 73 at LIU ........................ 72 61 at St. Louis ................. 72 81 Toledo ...................... 85 55 at Michigan ............... 51 70 Wichita State............. 79 65 Duquesne ................. 61 62 at Mid. Tenn. St. ......... 64 79 at Nevada-Reno ........ 82 53 Oklahoma City.......... 58 91 Oral Roberts ............. 72 73 at Xavier ................... 64 61 at Butler .................... 68 69 Evansville ................. 86 62 at Dayton .................. 68 81 at Loyola ................... 86 64 at Oral Roberts ......... 81 57 at Oklahoma City ...... 55 82 Xavier ....................... 78 70 DePaul ...................... 74 81 Butler ........................ 67 69 at Evansville ............. 65 61 Marquette ................. 78 74 Loyola ....................... 80

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All-Time Scores 61 Okla. City (MCC) ...... 69 #Joe Lapchick Tournament 1982-83 (12-17) 61 at Wichita State ......... 73 46 at Kentucky ............... 83 63 Michigan................... 65 72 at Michigan State ...... 75 66 Grand Valley State .... 52 65 Cleveland State......... 63 69 at Toledo ................... 77 87 Florida A&M ............. 66 73 Youngstown State ...... 72 62 at Oral Roberts ......... 72 70 at Oklahoma City ...... 59 56 Xavier ....................... 70 66 St. Louis .................... 65 63 Butler ........................ 64 68 at Evansville ............. 67 53 at DePaul .................. 78 69 Loyola ....................... 74 55 Canisius .................... 58 55 Oklahoma City.......... 40 59 Oral Roberts ............. 57 54 Dayton ...................... 58 61 at Xavier ................... 69 71 at St. Louis ................. 65 63 at Butler .................... 71 81 Evansville ................. 83 60 Wayne State .............. 42 83 at Loyola ................... 98 78 Oral Roberts (MCC) . 77 70 Xavier (MCC) ........... 90 1983-84 (8-20) 70 Grand Valley State .... 65 74 N.C A&T .................... 66 65 at Memphis State ...... 90 67 Northern Michigan ... 71 81 at Iona ....................... 91 72 Wayne State .............. 68 63 at Michigan ............... 84 58 at Duquesne.............. 60 56 at Cleveland State ..... 63 48 Toledo ...................... 46 56 Minnesota ................. 60 58 Xavier ....................... 78 74 Butler ........................ 60 95 at Loyola ................... 98 61 at St. Louis ................. 57 61 at Evansville ............. 72 76 Oral Roberts ............. 80 97 Oklahoma City.......... 76 74 at Dayton .................. 82 52 at Xavier ................... 54 53 at Butler .................... 73 82 Loyola ....................... 87

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St. Louis .................... 63 Evansville ................. 61 at Oral Roberts ........104 at Oklahoma City ...... 81 DePaul ...................... 66 Loyola (MCC) ........... 88

1984-85 (16-12) 66 at Michigan ............... 80 64 at Kansas................... 86 81 Wayne State .............. 66 89 Central Michigan ...... 67 65 Toledo ...................... 55 73 at Illinois State .......... 76 85 Eastern Michigan ...... 80 77 at Minnesota ............. 67 63 #Syracuse ................. 77 81 #Bowling Green........ 77 63 at Xavier ................... 68 67 at Butler .................... 70 82 Iona .......................... 87 79 Loyola ....................... 85 61 St. Louis .................... 49 74 Evansville ................. 65 69 at Oral Roberts ......... 65 77 at Oklahoma City ...... 74 87 Xavier ....................... 83 58 Butler ........................ 53 100 at Loyola ..................127 68 Dayton ...................... 67 61 at St. Louis ................. 62 89 at 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 .................... 62 67 at Central Michigan .. 64 71 at Colorado ............... 84 70 Toledo ...................... 74 71 at Minnesota ............. 83 63 at Eastern Michigan .. 59 77 Wayne State .............. 58 68 Northern Michigan ... 48 59 at Purdue .................. 79 64 #Eastern Michigan ... 74 64 #Houston .................. 75 50 at Dayton .................. 67 77 Iowa State ................. 67 51 Kansas ...................... 60 76 at Xavier ................... 72 75 at Butler .................... 73 77 Loyola ....................... 74 52 St. Louis .................... 54

83 Evansville ................. 73 62 at Oral Roberts ......... 57 51 Akron........................ 53 80 Xavier ....................... 71 72 Butler ........................ 48 56 at Loyola ................... 77 57 Oral Roberts ............. 68 62 at St. Louis ................. 64 74 at Evansville ............. 80 70 Evansville (MCC) ..... 52 49 St. Louis (MCC) ......... 59 #Blade Classic 1986-87 (7-21) 66 at Iowa State .............. 91 72 at N.C. A&T ............... 88 73 at Toledo ................... 79 71 Wayne State .............. 66 82 St. Mary’s, O.L............ 45 65 Purdue ...................... 89 68 Minnesota ................. 76 55 at Nebraska .............. 71 73 Eastern Michigan ...... 63 59 at Bradley ................. 79 62 Colorado .................. 61 50 Xavier ....................... 72 66 Butler ........................ 76 63 Dayton ...................... 84 73 at Loyola ................... 84 69 at Dayton .................. 74 52 at St. Louis ................. 70 45 at Evansville ............. 66 67 Oral Roberts ............. 64 74 at Akron .................... 82 64 Youngstown State ...... 63 58 at Xavier ................... 80 77 at Butler .................... 88 75 Loyola ......................103 52 at Oral Roberts ......... 62 68 St. Louis .................... 73 72 Evansville ................. 66 75 Loyola (MCC) ........... 80 1987-88 (7-23) 63 at Michigan State ...... 65 70 N.C. A&T ................... 82 49 Toledo ...................... 58 58 Nebraska .................. 63 66 at Eastern Michigan .. 79 61 UW Green Bay .......... 72 83 at Duquesne.............. 99 59 at Bowling Green ...... 63 55 #Eastern Kentucky ... 67 65 #Columbia ............... 80 63 at Youngstown St........ 67 68 Grand Valley State .... 77 50 at Butler .................... 52

84 at Xavier ..................105 94 John Carroll .............. 87 72 at 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 at Evansville ............108 63 at 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 Rice .......................... 53 56 at Central Michigan .. 76 59 Canisius .................... 69 76 Eastern Michigan ...... 82 73 at Toledo ................... 87 91 Michigan State .......... 96 76 Duquesne ................. 96 69 at Minnesota ............. 93 62 at Green Bay ............. 84 50 #Utah State ............... 80 54 #St. Bonaventure ....... 86 80 at Chicago State ........ 95 64 at Loyola ................... 66 68 Bowling Green .......... 62 73 Dayton ...................... 74 89 Xavier ....................... 80 72 at Florida Int’l............ 75 63 at Evansville ............. 80 50 at St. Louis ................. 80 88 Butler ........................ 80 57 at Dayton .................. 64 91 Youngstown State ...... 67 73 at Butler .................... 76 64 at 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 at Duquesne.............. 97 65 at Eastern Michigan .. 69 81 Chicago State ........... 70 61 Minnesota ................. 89 65 at Michigan State ...... 94

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All-Time Scores 80 #Dartmouth .............. 67 64 #New Mexico ........... 91 69 at Canisius ................ 82 77 at Rice ....................... 75 97 Florida Int’l. .............. 74 54 Evansville ................. 66 66 St. Louis .................... 68 94 Youngstown State ...... 77 70 Marquette ................. 84 85 at Butler .................... 77 82 DePaul ...................... 87 83 at Xavier ................... 88 80 at Dayton .................100 54 at Loyola ................... 72 78 at Evansville ............. 77 61 at St. Louis ................. 63 69 Butler ........................ 71 62 Xavier ....................... 74 82 Dayton ...................... 88 69 at Marquette ............. 70 69 Loyola ....................... 67 72 Dayton (MCC) .......... 90 #Lobo Invitational 1990-91 (9-19) 68 Duquesne ................. 70 68 at Central Michigan .. 75 76 Toledo ...................... 78 61 Michigan State .......... 83 85 Eastern Michigan ...... 81 81 at Northern Iowa ....... 79 66 at Xavier ................... 91 88 at Florida Int’l............ 75 73 #Brown ..................... 70 53 #Florida Tech ........... 56 60 at Evansville ............. 64 62 Butler ........................ 76 62 Northern Iowa ........... 53 56 at Butler .................... 71 67 Xavier ....................... 69 77 Dayton ...................... 82 54 at Marquette ............. 75 94 at Dayton .................. 75 74 at DePaul .................. 81 81 Evansville ................. 83 74 St. Louis .................... 72 76 NE Illinois ................. 52 79 at Valparaiso ............. 68 82 at St. Louis ................. 89 79 at Loyola ................... 81 68 Marquette ................. 74 63 Loyola ....................... 73 59 Xavier (MCC) ........... 66 #Florida Today Classic 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 at Michigan State ...... 91 66 at Minnesota ............. 68 55 #Akron ..................... 54 83 #Hawaii .................... 81 81 at Eastern Michigan .. 89 82 Butler ........................ 91 80 at Xavier ................... 84 81 DePaul ...................... 92 65 Evansville ................. 86 74 at Georgia State ........ 85 93 Xavier ....................... 88 91 Youngstown State ...... 64 71 at Dayton .................. 83 72 at Notre Dame ........... 70 84 at Butler .................... 95 73 at Toledo ................... 62 89 Loyola ....................... 93 95 Buffalo ...................... 55 70 at Loyola ................... 74 92 at Buffalo ................... 48 62 at 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 at Michigan ............... 92 77 Oakland .................... 50 79 Western Illinois......... 76 88 at Bowling Green ...... 79 86 at Wisconsin.............108 82 #Richmond ............... 70 84 #Arizona State .........100 96 at Chicago State ........ 78 83 Notre Dame .............. 59 97 Xavier ....................... 90 73 at La Salle ................. 80 73 at Duquesne.............. 75 96 at Loyola ................... 75 88 Dayton ...................... 70 85 at Butler .................... 82 58 at Evansville ............. 82 79 at DePaul .................. 90 65 Loyola ....................... 56 72 La Salle ..................... 73 73 Duquesne ................. 70 70 at Dayton .................. 81 74 at Xavier ................... 93 65 Evansville ................. 66 71 Butler ........................ 65

57 Duquesne (MCC)...... 59 #ASU/Tribune Classic 1993-94 (16-13) 76 Wayne State .............. 82 69 Buffalo ...................... 72 63 #UW-Green Bay ........ 74 79 #Tex. Southern.......... 73 60 at Michigan ............... 78 61 Bowling Green .......... 56 63 at Michigan State ...... 74 65 California (Pa.) ......... 62 83 Fla. Atlantic ............... 73 72 ##Drake ................... 73 61 ##Albany State ......... 54 77 at St. Louis ................. 91 59 Ferris State................ 58 58 at Loyola ................... 74 80 Evansville ................. 68 74 Butler ........................ 61 68 at Xavier ................... 75 66 La Salle ..................... 65 63 at Butler .................... 73 86 at Evansville ............. 91 66 at Western Illinois ..... 63 96 DePaul ...................... 80 67 at La Salle ................. 80 86 Xavier ....................... 82 72 Loyola ....................... 64 62 Dayton ...................... 93 87 La Salle (MCC) ......... 70 79 Xavier (MCC) ........... 75 70 Evansville (MCC) ..... 65 #First Bank Classic ##Capital City Classic 1994-95 (13-15) 77 Wayne State .............. 62 64 at Long Beach St........ 71 56 at Central Michigan .. 57 76 at Michigan ............... 87 53 at Bowling Green ...... 71 70 Walsh ........................ 68 63 Michigan State .......... 80 77 at Western Mich. ....... 79 83 at Florida State.......... 84 71 Wright State.............. 78 63 Xavier ....................... 72 70 Cleveland State......... 56 60 St. Louis .................... 71 75 La Salle ..................... 73 91 UIC ........................... 85 88 at Butler .................... 85 69 at Milwaukee ............ 59 64 at Wright State .......... 79 65 at Xavier ................... 72 75 Dayton ...................... 57

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at Cleveland State ..... 66 Northern Ill. .............. 60 La Salle ..................... 67 Green Bay ................. 55 at Loyola ................... 68 at DePaul .................. 78 Butler (MCC) ............ 53 Wright State (MCC) .. 76

1995-96 (18-11) 52 Long Beach State ...... 45 67 Bowling Green .......... 64 48 Michigan................... 68 57 Central Michigan ...... 54 63 at Michigan State ...... 61 65 Western Michigan..... 50 86 Wayne State .............. 69 76 at Iona ....................... 79 77 #Pennsylvania .......... 65 71 #Arizona State .......... 66 60 at Northern Ill. .......... 80 78 at Loyola ................... 63 76 Milwaukee ................ 59 69 at Green Bay ............. 71 47 at Cleveland State ..... 48 57 Wright State.............. 59 89 at UIC ....................... 78 62 at Butler .................... 70 103 Cleveland State......... 74 69 at Milwaukee ............ 65 90 UIC ........................... 71 44 Green Bay ................. 46 63 at Wright State .......... 70 61 Butler ........................ 69 62 Loyola ....................... 48 77 Northern Illinois ....... 75 67 Wright State (MCC) .. 61 56 UWGB (MCC) ........... 50 63 Northern Ill. (MCC)... 84 #ASU/Tribune Classic 1996-97 (16-13) 94 Wayne State .............. 46 77 at Bowling Green ...... 85 68 #Hawaii .................... 80 63 #Austin Peay ............. 49 59 at Michigan ............... 75 86 Michigan State .......... 84 78 at Central Michigan .. 90 66 Iona .......................... 48 44 at Western Michigan . 60 84 ##Santa Clara ........... 77 56 ##San Jose State ....... 63 73 Wright State.............. 62 55 at Memphis ............... 64 46 at Milwaukee ............ 47 44 at Green Bay ............. 46

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All-Time Scores 69 Loyola ....................... 62 53 UIC ........................... 66 56 Butler ........................ 54 80 at Cleveland State ..... 72 54 at Northern Illinois .... 63 65 at Wright State .......... 63 55 at Butler .................... 68 67 Milwaukee ................ 52 64 at UIC ....................... 53 77 at Loyola ................... 64 72 UW-Green Bay .......... 36 68 Cleveland State......... 60 81 Northern Illinois ....... 43 63 Cleveland St. (MCC) . 67 #United Airlines Tip-Off Tourn. ##Cable Car Classic 1997-98 (25-6) 66 at Cincinnati (NIT) .... 76 95 Wayne State .............. 55 53 Michigan................... 54 73 Bowling Green .......... 52 77 Western Michigan..... 59 68 at Michigan State ...... 65 77 Central Michigan ...... 53 74 at Georgia State ........ 64 74 #Grambling .............. 52 67 #Iowa State ............... 56 90 at Texas Southern...... 75 79 at Bethune-Cookman 65 83 Milwaukee ................ 56 58 Green Bay ................. 41 83 at UIC ....................... 88 80 Wright State.............. 75 78 Butler ........................ 67 76 at Loyola ................... 71 84 Cleveland State......... 70 83 at Milwaukee ............ 68 67 at Green Bay ............. 64 94 Loyola ....................... 65 76 UIC ........................... 58 54 at Butler .................... 51 68 at Wright State .......... 60 110 Oakland .................... 61 57 at Cleveland State ..... 60 74 Milwaukee (MCC) .... 60 68 Green Bay (MCC) ..... 68 66 St. John’s (NCAA)....... 64 65 Purdue (NCAA) ......... 80 #ISU Holiday Classic 1998-99 (25-6) 84 Bethune-Cookman .... 50 55 at Michigan .............. 62 72 at Bowling Green ..... 70 72 Texas Southern ......... 51

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The 1997-98 Detroit squad put the Motor City in National attention as Detroit went 25-6 with a win over St. John’s in the NCAA Tournament. 63 at Western Michigan 51 49 #Gonzaga ................. 48 60 #at Iowa ................... 61 60 Central Michigan ...... 51 68 Wayne State .............. 63 46 at UMass .................. 59 67 ##Grambling ........... 56 47 ##at UTEP ................ 44 71 at UW-Milwaukee ..... 54 43 at UW-Green Bay...... 37 58 Loyola ....................... 39 70 UIC ........................... 42 46 Butler ........................ 59 68 at Wright State ......... 56 73 at Cleveland State .... 58 78 UW-Milwaukee ......... 53 67 UW-Green Bay .......... 54 69 at Loyola .................. 72 69 at UIC....................... 50 64 Wright State.............. 46 62 at Butler ................... 52 78 at Cleveland State .... 66 55 at UIC (MCC) ........... 51 80 Cleveland St. (MCC) . 65 72 Butler (MCC) ............ 65 56 UCLA (NCAA) ........... 53 44 Ohio State (NCAA) .... 75 #Hawkeye Invitational ##Sun Carnival 1999-00 (20-12) 80 Western Michigan..... 66

62 at Michigan ............... 66 79 Georgia State ............ 65 72 Miss. Valley State....... 50 68 at Murray State.......... 77 83 at Central Mich. ........ 80 63 Massachusetts........... 59 51 #Pepperdine ............ 73 64 #Miami (FL) .............. 68 92 #P.R.-Mayaguez ........ 41 75 Chicago State ........... 64 80 at Eastern Mich. ........ 82 65 Eastern Ky. ................ 51 58 at UIC ....................... 70 82 at Loyola ................... 55 75 Wright State.............. 65 75 Butler ........................ 65 63 at George Mason ...... 61 71 Cleveland State......... 68 59 at Milwaukee ............ 64 47 at Green Bay ............. 71 85 Loyola ....................... 67 73 UIC ........................... 55 62 at Butler .................... 68 61 at Wright State .......... 64 80 Siena Heights ............ 71 69 at Cleveland State ..... 81 60 Green Bay ................. 56 88 Milwaukee ................ 48 64 Wright State (MCC) .. 59 80 UIC (MCC)................ 72 43 Butler (MCC) ............ 62 #San Juan Shootout

2000-01 (25-12) 98 Wayne State .............. 73 87 at Chicago State ........ 65 73 Eastern Michigan ...... 63 69 at Marshall ................ 77 72 at Toledo ................... 78 91 Murray State ............. 64 77 Oakland .................... 56 72 #Auburn ................... 75 54 at Youngstown St........ 53 64 Central Michigan ...... 60 67 at Western Mich. ....... 56 68 ##Iowa ..................... 69 63 ##George Wash........ 50 72 ##Texas A&M ........... 81 81 Loyola ....................... 61 78 at Wright State .......... 65 59 at Butler .................... 74 67 at Cleveland State ..... 69 54 Milwaukee ................ 51 91 Green Bay ................. 74 67 George Mason .......... 54 54 at Loyola ................... 66 64 at UIC ....................... 62 68 Butler ........................ 63 80 Wright State.............. 67 75 UIC ........................... 62 75 Cleveland State......... 63 58 at Green Bay ............. 46 69 at Milwaukee ............ 80 66 Green Bay (MCC) ..... 58 91 Cleveland St. (MCC) . 81

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All-Time Scores 54 69 70 61 56 62 60 50

“New York”, “New York” was the tune the 2000-01 UDM Titans sang as Detroit went 25-12 advancing all the way to the NIT Final Four in Madison Square Garden. 38 Butler (MCC) ............ 53 68 at Bradley (NIT) ........ 49 67 at UConn (NIT) .......... 61 59 at Dayton (NIT) ......... 42 63 Alabama (NIT) .......... 74 71 Memphis (NIT) .......... 86 #Hardwood Classic ##Rainbow Classic 2001-02 (18-13) 70 at Michigan St. (NIT). 80 98 Alabama A&M........... 75 73 Wyoming .................. 57 67 Western Michigan..... 62 95 at Eastern Michigan . 69 67 at Oakland ............... 93 54 at Maryland ............. 79 63 Toledo ...................... 40 77 at Central Mich......... 68 60 at Bowling Green ..... 77 59 #UC Santa Barbara ... 86 47 #UMBC ..................... 50 61 at UIC ....................... 62 49 at Loyola ................... 55 63 Butler ........................ 54 75 Wright State.............. 74 66 at Youngstown St........ 51 53 Cleveland State......... 50 52 at Green Bay ............. 40 48 at Milwaukee ............ 66 74 UIC ........................... 67 48 at Butler .................... 61 69 at Wright State .......... 64

61 Green Bay ................. 65 55 Loyola ....................... 53 72 at Cleveland St. ......... 62 63 Youngstown State ...... 52 94 Milwaukee ................ 61 67 Cleveland St. (HL) ..... 63 68 UIC (HL).................... 79 69 at Dayton (NIT) ......... 80 #Cable Car Classic

63 Butler ........................ 66 64 at Loyola ................... 76 75 at UC Santa Barbara .. 59 86 Youngstown State ...... 52 72 Cleveland State......... 55 78 Wright State (HL) ...... 61 98 Loyola (HL) ............... 84 55 Butler (HL) ................ 58 #Golden Bear Classic

2002-03 (18-12) 75 Bowling Green .......... 61 66 Buffalo ...................... 65 55 at Western Michigan . 71 70 Hillsdale ................... 50 72 at Toledo ................... 80 79 at Western Illinois ..... 60 62 #UL-Lafayette ........... 68 79 #Grambling .............. 52 60 at Wyoming ............... 74 72 Milwaukee ................ 73 87 Green Bay ................. 72 64 at Wright State .......... 67 68 at Butler .................... 76 72 Loyola ....................... 54 74 UIC ........................... 77 57 at Youngstown State .. 49 70 at Cleveland State ..... 51 80 at UIC ....................... 73 86 Western Kentucky..... 65 50 at UW-Milwaukee ...... 61 71 at UW-Green Bay ...... 62 68 Wright State.............. 63

2003-04 (18-13) 56 at Duke .................... 67 64 Western Michigan..... 43 76 Oakland .................... 60 42 at Wisconsin.............. 68 72 Toledo ...................... 68 64 Chicago State ........... 53 52 at Bowling Green ...... 56 77 at Canisius ................ 74 98 Western Illinois......... 61 48 Kent State.................. 68 56 at UIC ....................... 48 74 at Milwaukee ............ 82 61 Wright State.............. 67 70 UIC ........................... 67 69 at Butler .................... 70 75 at Cleveland State ..... 53 68 at Milwaukee ............ 85 52 at Green Bay ............. 53 77 at Loyola ................... 80 64 Youngstown State ...... 43 77 Cleveland State......... 55 74 at Wright State .......... 60

Butler ........................ 48 Loyola ....................... 62 at Ball State ............... 49 Green Bay ................. 52 at Youngstown State.. 46 Cleveland State (HL) . 36 Loyola (HL) ............... 55 Milwaukee (HL) ........ 58

2004-05 (14-16) 76 SW Missouri State ..... 65 56 at Purdue .................. 66 44 Ball State ................... 59 48 at Western Michigan . 64 53 Bowling Green .......... 59 68 at Northeastern ........ 73 44 at Cincinnati ............ 61 62 Gannon ..................... 49 88 Eastern Michigan ...... 83 47 at Chicago State ........ 62 67 UIC ........................... 57 76 at Milwaukee ............ 68 57 at Wright State .......... 63 72 Butler ........................ 59 70 at Loyola ................... 53 57 at UIC ....................... 63 48 Milwaukee ................ 61 54 Green Bay ................. 60 73 Loyola ....................... 59 55 at Youngstown State .. 59 62 at Cleveland State ..... 69 71 Wright State.............. 49 50 at Butler .................... 65 67 Cleveland State......... 52 65 Ohio ......................... 66 68 at Green Bay ............. 56 62 Youngstown State ...... 47 61 Wright State (HL) ...... 48 61 Green Bay (HL) ......... 55 58 at Milwaukee (HL) ..... 59 2005-06 (16-16) 80 Rochester ................. 61 61 #at Drake .................. 69 56 #at Oklahoma State .. 90 56 #Shawnee State ........ 51 60 #Buffalo .................... 66 64 at Eastern Michigan .. 60 77 Western Michigan..... 74 58 at Wright State .......... 69 71 at Missouri State ....... 85 69 Canisius .................... 68 68 Chicago State ........... 65 55 at Ohio ...................... 56 48 at Louisville .............. 56 33 at South Carolina ...... 65 60 Green Bay ................. 57

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All-Time Scores 73 Loyola ....................... 67 68 Youngstown State ...... 63 53 at Cleveland State ..... 59 52 at Butler .................... 64 71 Milwaukee ................ 72 76 UIC ........................... 65 63 at Loyola ................... 68 42 at Green Bay ............. 45 84 Cleveland State......... 73 57 at UIC ....................... 63 70 Wright State.............. 66 65 at Youngstown State .. 54 65 Toledo ...................... 63 57 at Milwaukee ............ 76 73 Butler ........................ 71 92 Cleveland State (HL) . 58 55 Loyola (HL) ............... 64 #Las Vegas Holiday Invitational 2006-07 (11-19) 57 vs. Maine .................. 50 45 at Marquette ............. 87 48 at Kent State .............. 61 67 at Western Michigan . 69 73 at Texas A&M-CC...... 82 72 Eastern Michigan ...... 52 49 at Wright State .......... 50 55 at Xavier ................... 88 72 Canisius .................... 75 63 at Toledo ................... 73 60 Northeastern ............ 51 43 at Kansas................... 63 60 at Green Bay ............. 42 64 at Milwaukee ............ 65 66 Youngstown State ...... 51 61 at Cleveland State ..... 63 64 Loyola ....................... 70 66 at UIC ....................... 54 91 at Milwaukee ............ 84 58 Butler ........................ 68 78 at Chicago State ........ 68 76 at Green Bay ............. 72 59 Wright State.............. 66 61 at Loyola ................... 71 67 UIC ........................... 75 70 at Youngstown State .. 82 92 at Buffalo ................... 84 60 Cleveland State......... 48 36 at Butler .................... 56 80 at Youngstown St. (HL).. 82 #CBE Classic

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Chicago State ........... 66 Rochester Coll .......... 51 at Eastern Michigan .. 68 Central Michigan ...... 70 Butler ........................ 53 Valparaiso ................. 81 at Texas A&M-CC...... 70 at Texas A&M ............ 79 DePaul ...................... 70 at Green Bay ............. 78 at Milwaukee ............ 55 Cleveland State......... 74 Youngstown State ...... 70 at Loyola ................... 71 at UIC ....................... 75 Wright State.............. 66 Milwaukee ................ 61 Green Bay ................. 66 at Youngstown State .. 55 at Cleveland State ..... 60 UIC ........................... 60 Loyola ....................... 53 at Wright State .......... 59 Bowling Green .......... 81 at Valparaiso ............. 59 at Butler .................... 65 at Wright State (HL)... 60

2008-09 (7-23) 50 at Purdue .................. 82 58 at Western Michigan . 71 62 Eastern Michigan ...... 47 62 at DePaul .................. 71 62 Saint Louis ................ 57

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at Milwaukee ............ 71 at Green Bay ............. 57 at Bowling Green ...... 58 Aquinas .................... 48 at Illinois ................... 82 at Central Michigan .. 55 Youngstown State ...... 80 Cleveland State......... 53 at Valparaiso ............. 64 at Butler .................... 54 Wright State.............. 60 UIC ........................... 65 Loyola ....................... 72 at Chicago State ........ 67 at Cleveland State ..... 66 at Youngstown State .. 64 Butler ........................ 66 Valparaiso ................. 55 at UIC ....................... 64 at Wright State .......... 61 at Loyola ................... 67 at Tennessee State .... 78 Green Bay ................. 78 Milwaukee ................ 68 at Cleveland St. (HL) . 56

2009-10 (20-14) 61 # at California .......... 95 86 Western Michigan..... 80 71 % vs. Robert Morris .. 59 66 % at Albany .............. 54 79 % vs. Alcorn State ..... 59 66 at DePaul (OT) .......... 68 82 Youngstown State ...... 71

69 Cleveland State......... 62 69 Tennessee State ........ 70 64 at Michigan ............... 75 73 Bowling Green .......... 69 76 at Central Michigan .. 58 82 Shawnee State........... 53 56 at UIC ....................... 60 59 at Loyola ................... 42 77 Valparaiso ................. 67 62 Butler (OT) ................ 64 81 at Milwaukee ............ 65 72 at Green Bay ............. 74 59 Wright State.............. 61 83 Loyola ....................... 63 76 UIC ........................... 73 58 at Butler .................... 63 70 at Valparaiso ............. 74 92 at Chicago State ........ 72 62 Green Bay ................. 64 60 Milwaukee ................ 71 53 at Wright State .......... 70 68 Eastern Michigan ...... 66 65 at Cleveland State ..... 54 62 at Youngstown State .. 54 89 at Valparaiso (HL)...... 82 62 vs. Green Bay (HL) .... 53 50 vs. Wright State (HL) . 69 #2k9 Sports Classic Benefiting Coaches vs. Cancer Berkeley regional % 2k9 Albany Subregional

2007-08 (7-23) 61 Kent State.................. 60 58 at Saint Louis ............. 66 59 Western Michigan..... 60

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1ST LAST OPPONENT W-L GAME GAME Dartmouth 1-0 1980 — Dayton 29-33 1915 2002 Davis & Elkins 0-1 1927 — Delaware 3-0 1957 1971 Denver 1-0 1973 — DePaul 10-27 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 57-15 1910 2010 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 Illinois-Chicago 22-12 1995 2010 Illinois State 1-3 1979 1985 Illinois Wesleyan 1-0 1975 — llinois 1-8 1933 2009 Indiana State 0-1 1941 — Indiana 3-6 1918 1968 Iona 9-3 1960 1997 Iowa State 2-1 1986 1998

1ST LAST OPPONENT W-L GAME GAME Iowa Wesleyan 1-0 1977 — Iowa 0-7 1941 2001 John Carroll 24-6 1924 1988 Kalamazoo 12-5 1917 1976 Kansas 0-3 1985 2007 Kentucky 1-1 1938 1983 Kent State 2-2 1977 2008 Kings College 1-0 1971 — Lafayette 1-0 1980 — La Salle 6-4 1965 1995 Lock Haven St. 1-0 1947 — Long Beach State 1-1 1995 1996 Long Island U. 4-0 1977 1982 Loras 1-3 1940 1948 Louisiana-Lafayette 0-1 2003 — Louisville 1-6 1957 2006 Loyola Chicago 49-64 1923 2010 Loyola (La.) 2-1 1953 1970 Loyola (Md.) 0-1 1949 — Marietta 0-1 1917 — Maine 1-0 2007 — Marquette 27-61 1922 2007 Marshall 4-1 1977 2001 Maryland 0-1 2002 — Massachusetts 2-1 1973 2000 Memphis 1-3 1984 2001 Miami (Fla.) 0-1 2000 — Michigan State 16-45 1918 2002 Michigan 4-23 1919 2009 Middlebury 1-0 1923 — Middle Tenn. St. 2-1 1977 1982 Minnesota 2-11 1965 1992 Miss. College 1-0 1949 — Miss. State 1-0 1969 — Miss. Valley State 1-0 2000 — Missouri State 1-1 2005 2006 Missouri 0-2 1967 1968 Montana State 1-0 1974 — Mount Union 1-1 1920 1921 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 —

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1ST LAST OPPONENT W-L GAME GAME Siena Heights 1-0 2000 — South Carolina 0-1 2006 — South Dakota St. 1-0 1961 — Southern Illinois 4-2 1973 1975 Spring Hill 1-0 1971 — Syracuse 1-3 1962 1985 Temple 1-0 1969 — Tennessee State 1-1 2009 2009 Texas A&M-CC 0-2 2007 2008 Texas A&M 0-2 2001 2008 Texas-El Paso 1-0 1999 — Texas Southern 3-0 1994 1999 Toledo 23-27 1920 2007 Tulane 0-1 1967 — Tulsa 6-11 1950 1962 UCLA 1-0 1999 — UC Santa-Barbara 1-1 2002 2003 UMBC 0-1 2002 — Utah State 1-1 1961 1989 Valparaiso 7-6 1920 2010 Vermont 0-1 1922 — Villanova 2-16 1941 1977 Va. Commonwealth 2-1 1974 1978

1ST LAST OPPONENT W-L GAME GAME Walsh 1-0 1995 — Wayne State 33-13 1935 2001 Westminster 0-1 1951 — West Texas State 1-0 1966 — West Virginia 1-2 1958 1968 Western Illinois 4-0 1993 2004 Western Kentucky 1-1 1962 2003 Western Michigan 25-15 1917 2009 Western New Mex. 1-0 1967 — Wichita State 7-12 1950 1982 William & Mary 1-0 1966 — Wis.-Green Bay 21-18 1988 2010 Wis.-Milwaukee 16-18 1995 2010 Wis.-Parkside 2-0 1975 1976 Wis.-Whitewater 2-0 1972 1973 Wisconsin 0-3 1939 2004 Wittenberg 0-1 1931 — Wright State 18-20 1995 2010 Wyoming 2-1 1976 2003 Xavier 43-51 1929 2007 Yale 1-0 1961 — Youngstown State 20-7 1954 2010

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All-Time Coaching Records COACH: PAUL HARBRECHT (1 year, 9-7, .563) Season W L Pct. Leading Scorer 1922-23 9 7 .563 P. D’Arcy

Avg. 8.5

COACH: JOHN BARRETT (2 years, 15-14, .517) Season W L Pct. Leading Scorer 1923-24 9 8 .529 Eddie Harrigan 1924-25 6 6 .500 Eddie Harrigan

Avg. 4.6 7.7

COACH: GUS DORAIS (4 years, 36-30, .545) Season W L Pct. Leading Scorer 1925-26 13 6 .684 Joe Fasce 1926-27 8 9 .471 unavailable 1927-28 11 4 .733 Bill Butcher 1928-29 4 11 .267 Lloyd Brazil

A head coach for 21 years, Bob Calihan’s 306 victories are first among Titan head coaches. COACH: C.B. LUNDY (2 years, 4-4, .500) Season W L Pct. Leading Scorer 1905-06 3 1 .750 unavailable 1906-07 1 3 .250 G. McDace

Avg. 9.0

COACH: ROYAL CAMPBELL (7 years, 49-22, .690) Season W L Pct. Leading Scorer 1909-10 2 3 .400 G. Schleish 1910-11 6 0 1.000 Walter Hardy 1911-12 6 5 .545 Walter Hardy 1912-13 13 0 1.000 J. Hanrahan 1916-17 5 4 .556 Walter Voss 1917-18 13 5 .722 Earnest Rynearson 1918-19 4 5 .444 H. Dowler

Avg. 9.4 12.2 12.5 13.5 12.9 12.6 7.8

COACH: WALTER HARDY (3 years, 16-11, .593) Season W L Pct. Leading Scorer 1913-14 6 3 .667 Bob Fisher 1914-15 3 5 .375 Paul Harbrecht 1915-16 7 3 .700 Paul Harbrecht

Avg. 8.7 8.7 12.9

COACH: JAMES BROWN (3 years, 24-28, .462) Season W L Pct. Leading Scorer 1919-20 12 7 .632 F. McElwee 1920-21 10 8 .556 Walter Voss 1921-22 2 13 .133 P. D’Arcy

Avg. 8.9 8.7 3.5

Avg. 8.5 7.0 4.8

COACH: LOUIS CONROY (1 year, 10-9, .526) Season W L Pct. Leading Scorer 1929-30 10 9 .526 Ed Gracey

Avg. 5.9

COACH: LLOYD BRAZIL (16 years, 185-118, .611) Season W L Pct. Leading Scorer 1930-31 10 9 .526 Roger Lau 1931-32 8 8 .500 Ed Skryzcki 1932-33 12 5 .706 Bill Pegan 1933-34 7 8 .467 Larry Bleach 1934-35 4 10 .286 Walter Cavanaugh 1935-36 12 5 .706 Chet Laske 1936-37 11 5 .688 Chet Laske 1937-38 16 4 .800 Bob Calihan 1938-39 15 5 .750 Bob Calihan 1939-40 14 9 .609 Bob Calihan 1940-41 11 10 .524 Charles O’Brien 1941-42 13 8 .619 Arthur Stokley 1942-43 15 5 .750 Lee Knorek 1943-44 13 7 .650 Joey Smith 1944-45 8 12 .400 Tom Molitor 1945-46 15 8 .652 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) Season W L Pct. Leading Scorer 1946-47 11 13 .480 Sam Fortino 1947-48 7 15 .318 Brendan McNamara

Avg. 12.5 7.3

COACH: BOB CALIHAN (21 years, 306-237, .564) Season W L Pct. Leading Scorer 1948-49 12 10 .545 John Kirwan 1949-50 20 6 .769 Norm Swanson 1950-51 17 14 .548 Norm Swanson 1951-52 14 12 .538 Norm Swanson 1952-53 12 14 .462 Walter Poff 1953-54 11 17 .392 Guy Sparrow 1954-55 15 11 .577 Guy Sparrow 1955-56 13 12 .520 Bill Ebben 1956-57 11 15 .423 Bill Ebben

Avg. 9.2 14.9 12.5 19.2 16.7 19.6 23.1 23.6 27.8

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All-Time Coaching Records COACH: WILLIE McCARTER (3 years, 33-48, .407) Season W L Pct. Leading Scorer Avg. 1979-80 14 13 .519 Earl Cureton 20.0 1980-81 9 18 .333 Joe Kopicki 19.9 1981-82 10 17 .370 Joe Kopicki 18.6

Perry Watson was on the sidelines for 15 seasons posting the second most wins at 261. 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69

13 11 20 18 15 14 14 20 17 10 13 16

12 14 7 9 12 12 11 8 8 15 12 10

.520 .440 .741 .667 .556 .539 .580 .714 .680 .400 .520 .615

Mike Walsh Ray Albee Dave DeBusschere Dave DeBusschere Dave DeBusschere Dick Dzik Dick Dzik Lou Hyatt Dorie Murrey Jerry Swartzfager Ralph Brisker Spencer Haywood

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 W L Pct. Leading Scorer 1969-70 7 18 .280 Frank Russell 1970-71 14 12 .538 Frank Russell 1971-72 18 6 .750 Bill Pleas 1972-73 16 9 .640 Gerald Smith

Avg. 15.5 15.8 16.6 14.7

COACH: DICK VITALE (4 years, 78-30, .772) Season W L Pct. Leading Scorer 1973-74 17 9 .654 Owen Wells 1974-75 17 9 .654 John Long 1975-76 19 8 .704 John Long 1976-77 25 4 .862 John Long

Avg. 20.6 17.1 19.5 20.3

COACH: DAVID GAINES (2 years, 47-10, .823) Season W L Pct. Leading Scorer 1977-78 25 4 .862 John Long 1978-79 22 6 .786 Terry Duerod

Avg. 21.4 23.3

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COACH: DON SICKO (6 years, 57-88, .393) Season W L Pct. Leading Scorer 1982-83 12 17 .414 Doug Chappell 1983-84 8 20 .286 Keith Gray 1984-85 16 12 .571 Keith Gray 1985-86 14 15 .483 Brian Humes 1986-87 7 21 .250 Archie Tullos 1987-88 0 3 .000 —

Avg. 17.6 17.0 17.5 14.1 19.7 —

COACH: JOHN MULROY (1 year, 7-20, .259) Season W L Pct. Leading Scorer 1987-88 7 20 .259 Archie Tullos

Avg. 25.1

COACH: RICKY BYRDSONG (5 years, 53-87, .379) Season W L Pct. Leading Scorer 1988-89 7 21 .250 Darian McKinney 1989-90 10 18 .357 Shawn Williams 1990-91 9 19 .321 Dwayne Kelley 1991-92 12 17 .414 Dwayne Kelley 1992-93 15 12 .556 Tony Tolbert

Avg. 16.1 12.4 15.9 16.1 20.4

COACH: PERRY WATSON (15 years, 261-198, .569) Season W L Pct. Leading Scorer Avg. 1993-94 16 13 .552 Tony Tolbert 23.6 1994-95 13 15 .464 Carl Pickett 12.4 1995-96 18 11 .621 Carl Pickett 14.3 1996-97 16 13 .552 Derrick Hayes 15.9 1997-98 25 6 .806 Derrick Hayes 13.7 1998-99 25 6 .806 Rashad Phillips 15.7 1999-00 20 12 .625 Rashad Phillips 23.0 2000-01 25 12 .676 Rashad Phillips 22.4 2001-02 18 13 .581 Greg Grays 17.8 2002-03 18 12 .600 Willie Green 22.6 2003-04 19 11 .633 Elijah Warren 11.6 2004-05 14 16 .467 Brandon Cotton 18.8 2005-06 16 16 .500 Brandon Cotton 17.5 2006-07 11 19 .367 Brandon Cotton 18.1 2007-08 7 23 .233 Jon Goode 19.3 COACH: RAY McCALLUM (2 years, 27-37, .328) Season W L Pct. Leading Scorer 2008-09 7 23 .233 Thomas Kennedy 2009-10 20 14 .588 Chase Simon

Avg. 11.6 14.0

Official Record — 1290-1071 (.546 — 101 seasons)

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Post-Season History 1960 NIT Villanova 88, Titans 86 Going into the 1960 NIT — Detroit’s first-ever post-season 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, two-point 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. 1961 NIT Holy Cross 86, Titans 82 Dick Vitale, along with John Long, Terry Tyler and For the second straight season, the Titans Dennis Boyd, talks to Joe Dean of TV 2 after U-D’s win advanced to first-round NIT action. In 1961, over Middle Tennessee State in the NCAA Tournament. the Crusaders of Holy Cross brought an end to coach Bob Calihan’s 18-9 season Explorers countered with five players in double figures, with a come-from-behind, 86-82 victory. Once again, Charlie North would lead the Titan scorers, with 30 points, but couldn’t stop the Titans from collecting their 20th victory of the season and a berth in the NIT second round. while Dave DeBusschere added 18 in front of 13,238 fans at Madison Square Garden. George Blaney, who would NYU 87, Titans 76 later become the Holy Cross head coach, scored 25 for Against local favorite NYU in Madison Square Garden, the Crusaders. 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 1962 NCAA trailed the Violets by 13 points, and it could do little Western Kentucky 90, Titans 81 to come closer following intermission. Forward Terry Detroit shot for the moon after two consecutive NIT Page led the Titans with 17 points and Jim Boyce — berths. The Titans’ 15-11 regular season record earned later the head coach at Eastern Michigan — added 14. them a spot in the NCAA Tournament against Western Nevertheless, it was the third time that the Bob CalihanKentucky in Lexington, KY. Minus former forward partner coached Titans had won 20 games in a season, after first Charlie North, All-American Dave DeBusschere nicked turning the trick in 1950 and again in ’60. the Hilltoppers for two men’s worth of work — 38 points (only six shy of his career high) and 19 rebounds. The 1977 NCAA ‘Toppers, however, responded with four players in Titans 93, Middle Tennessee State 76 double figures and escaped to the second round with a There was a span of more than a decade before the nine-point victory. The game was the last as a Titan for Titans returned to NCAA post-season action but, when DeBusschere, the school’s only three-time All-American. they did, they did it with flamboyance. Coach Dick The Titans, however, would be back. Vitale’s team entered the tournament with 23 wins in 26 games, and it would collect its 24th victory against 1965 NIT Middle Tennessee State in LSU’s Assembly Center. Titans Titans 93, La Salle 86 center Terry Tyler picked up where Dave DeBusschere The Titans made their third appearance in the NIT in left off 15 years earlier, scoring 29 points and grabbing 1965 and collected their initial victory in post-season 15 rebounds. Junior classmate John Long added 20 points play. Guard John Watson paced the Titans to the firstof his own. Blue Raiders center Bob Martin scored 28 round win over La Salle with a game-high 31 points. The

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Post-Season History 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 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.

Terry Tyler grabs a rebound against Michigan in the 1977 NCAA Tournament. 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 minute-and-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 4844. 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.

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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

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Post-Season History 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 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.

Bacari Alexander and Jermaine Jackson share a moment in the 1998 NCAA Tournament as Detroit upended St. John’s. 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 second-seeded Purdue.

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 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

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Post-Season History 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 game-high 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 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.

Jermaine Jackson helped make it two straight years for the Titans with a NCAA Tournament victory as the Titans stunned UCLA in 1999. Alabama 74, Titans 63 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

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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

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Post-Season History 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 single-season 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 third-round 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 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 secondchance 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 excites the NYC crowd with a dunk in Madison Square Garden as Detroit advanced to the NIT Final Four in 2001.

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100-Point Games By Detroit Titan Opp. Score Opponent Score Season 135 CCNY 77 1979 133 Iowa Wesleyan 79 1977 132 CCNY 91 1978 124 Canisius 89 1978 123 Xavier 110 1965 123 Wayne State 77 1977 122 Marshall 86 1977 122 Buffalo 81 1978 121 St. Francis (Pa.) 89 1978 119 Windsor 70 1965 119 Kalamazoo 68 1976 116 Hillsdale 85 1975 115 Western Ontario 43 1964 115 LIU 77 1977 115 Loyola 101 1989 114 at Notre Dame 104 1964 113 at Xavier 121 1964 113 Western Ontario 58 1965 113 Oakland 83 1976 113 Oakland 45 1977 113 at Western Mich. 91 1978 112 Xavier 114 1964 112 West New Mexico 100 1967 112 Adrian 69 1978 111 St. Bonaventure 81 1964 111 Iona 75 1975 111 Northern Mich. 66 1978 110 Canisius 72 1977 110 Oakland 61 1998 109 Baldwin-Wallace 85 1956 109 St. Francis (NY) 65 1976 109 Eastern Michigan 71 1978 108 at Loyola 113 1964 108 Xavier 92 1965 108 Hillsdale 61 1971 108 New Hampshire 70 1979 108 at Duquesne 97 1990 107 Christian Bros. 74 1964 107 Eastern Michigan 78 1968 107 DePaul 111 1968 107 Canisius 88 1969 107 Akron 58 1977 107 Bradley 122 1988 106 at Bradley 91 1956 106 Assumption 50 1960 106 at Western Mich. 99 1969 106 St. Peter’s 89 1976 106 St. Bonaventure 101 1979

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Titan Opp. Score Opponent Score Season 105 Notre Dame 87 1962 105 Xavier 86 1966 105 Aquinas 40 1969 105 Hillsdale 50 1969 105 Oakland 48 1975 104 Bowling Green 88 1964 104 Cleveland State 72 1976 103 S. Dakota State 76 1961 103 Georgetown 92 1963 103 Baldwin-Wallace 80 1966 103 Baldwin-Wallace 94 1968 103 Windsor 48 1969 103 Wayne State 67 1976 103 at Buffalo 74 1977 103 Ball State 70 1978 103 Cleveland State 74 1996 102 Niagara 91 1968 102 NE Illinois 54 1972 102 Xavier 96 1980 101 Youngstown 65 1954 101 Delaware 71 1959 101 Seton Hall 77 1960 101 at Windsor 82 1964 101 Villanova 94 1966 101 St. Francis (Pa.) 82 1972 101 Oakland 75 1974 101 Grand Valley 74 1975 101 Wayne State 66 1979 101 Marshall 77 1980 100 New Mexico 64 1960 100 Notre Dame 89 1964 100 at Marquette 76 1964 100 Cleveland State 54 1972 100 Oral Roberts 85 1980 100 at Loyola 127 1985 100 Georgia State 86 1992

By Opponents Titan Opp. Score Opponent Score Season 100 at Loyola 127 1985 107 Bradley 122 1988 96 Xavier 122 1988 113 at Xavier 121 1964 87 at Michigan 117 1964 112 Xavier 114 1964 97 Xavier 114 1988 108 at Loyola 113 1964 107 DePaul 111 1968 79 at Duke 111 1981 67 at Western Mich. 110 1963 92 Indiana 110 1964 123 Xavier 110 1965 81 Toledo 110 1967 80 Dayton 109 1966 89 Indiana 108 1965 90 at Evansville 108 1988 86 at Wisconsin 108 1993 86 at Notre Dame 107 1965 107 at Iowa 107 1966 76 at Arizone 106 1976 70 at Notre Dame 105 1963 89 at Western Mich. 105 1974 97 at Loyola 105 1980 84 at Xavier 105 1988 114 at Notre Dame 104 1964 89 Xavier 104 1967 99 Michigan 104 1968 67 at Xavier 104 1969 80 Minnesota 104 1977 75 at Oral Roberts 104 1984 93 Loyola 104 1988 74 at St. Boneventure 103 1968 74 Michigan State 103 1978 75 Loyola 103 1987 96 Notre Dame 102 1958 92 at St. Louis 101 1957 95 Bradley 101 1957 66 Ohio State 101 1963 106 St. Bonaventure 101 1979 115 Loyola 101 1989 81 Marquette 100 1955 112 West New Mexico 100 1967 80 at Dayton 100 1990 74 Michigan 100 1992 84 at Arizona State 100 1993

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Retired Jerseys 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 alltime 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 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 one of two Titans to ever to score more than 2,000 points in their career, ending his time as a Titan 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.

Two Titan All-Americans in Bob Calihan and Dave DeBusschere.

Each of these four players had their jerseys retired in special 1978 ceremonies.

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 All-American, 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 nationally-renowned when the Titans, led by their 6-8 All-American forward, made

Terry Tyler and John Long were another pair of Detroit All-Americans.

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Did You Know? 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.

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 allconference 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.

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.

Until 1919, the University of Detroit athletic teams were known as the Tigers. 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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2010-11 Opponents Albany Great Danes

Sat. Dec. 18 - 7:00 p.m. (Mount Pleasant, MI) Conference: Mid-American Arena: Rose Arena (5,200) Head Coach: Ernie Zeigler (Fifth Season) SID: Jason Kaufman Email: kaufm1j@cmich.edu Office: (989) 774-1763 Athletics Web Site: cmuchippewas.com

Akron Zips

Cleveland State Vikings

Wed. Dec. 1 - 7:00 p.m. (Detroit) Conference: Mid-American Arena: Rhodes Arena (5,500) Head Coach: Keith Dambrot (Seventh Season) SID: Gregg Bach Email: gbach@uakron.edu Office: (330) 972-6106 Athletics Web Site: GoZips.com

Thur. Jan. 20 - 7:30 p.m. (Cleveland, OH) Mon. Feb. 7 – 7:00 p.m. (Detroit) Conference: Horizon League Arena: Wolstein Center (14,000) Head Coach: Gary Waters (Fourth Season) SID: Brian McCann Email: b.mccann66@csuohio.edu Office: (216) 687-5115 Athletics Web Site: csuvikings.com

Bradley Braves

Eastern Michigan Eagles

Wed. Dec. 22 - 8:00 p.m. (Peoria, IL) Conference: Missouri Valley Arena: Bradley Arena (4,200) Head Coach: Jim Les (Ninth Season) SID: Bobby Parker Email: bparker@bradley.edu Office: (309) 677-2624 Athletics Web Site: bradleybraves.com

Sat. Dec. 11 - 2:00 p.m. (Ypsilanti, MI) Conference: Mid-American Arena: Convocation Center (8,800) Head Coach: Charles E. Ramsey (Sixth Season) SID: Jim Streeter Email: jim.streeter@emich.edu Office: (734) 487-0317 Athletics Web Site: emueagles.com

Bowling Green Falcons

Green Bay Phoenix

Sat. Nov. 27 - 7:30 p.m. (Detroit) Conference: Mid-American Arena: Anderson Arena (3,500) Head Coach: Louis Orr (Fourth Season) SID: Jason Knavel Email: jknavel@bgsu.edu Office: (419) 372-7075 Athletics Web Site: bgsufalcons.com

Thur. Dec. 30 - 7:00 p.m. (Detroit) Sun. Jan. 30 - 2:00 p.m. (Green Bay, WI) Conference: Horizon League Arena: Resch Center (9,729) Head Coach: Brian Wardle (First Season) SID: Andrew Gavin Email: gavina@uwgb.edu Office: (920) 465-2498 Athletics Web Site: greenbayphoenix.com

Butler Bulldogs

Indiana Tech Warriors

Fri. Jan. 14 - 7:00/9:00 p.m. (Detroit), Sat. Feb. 12 - 8:00 p.m. (Indianapolis, IN) Conference: Horizon League Arena: Hinkle Fieldhouse (10,000) Head Coach: Brad Stevens (Fourth Season) SID: Jim McGrath Email: jmcgrath@butler.edu Office: (317) 940-9414 Athletics Web Site: butlersports.com

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Central Michigan Chippewas

Fri. Nov. 26 - 7:30 p.m. (Detroit) Conference: America East Arena: SEFCU Arena (4,538) Head Coach: Will Brown (10th Season) SID: Brian DePasquale Email: bdepasquale@uamail.albany.edu Office: (518) 442-3072, Athletics Web Site: ualbanysports.com

Fri. Nov. 19 - 7:00 p.m. (Detroit) Conference: Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Arena: Schaefer Center Gymnasium Head Coach: Al Grushkin (First Season) SID: Chris Bauman Email: cwbauman@indianatech.edu Office: (260) 797-2767 Athletics Web Site: indianatech.edu/Athletics

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2010-11 Opponents Loyola Ramblers

Syracuse Orange

Thur. Jan. 6 - 8:00 p.m. (Chicago, IL) Sat. Feb. 5 – TBA (Detroit) Conference: Horizon League Arena: Joseph J. Gentile Center (5,200) Head Coach: Jim Whitesell (Seventh Season) SID: Bill Behrns Email: bbehrns@luc.edu Office: (773) 508-2575 Athletics Web Site: loyolaramblers.com

Tues Nov. 16 - 7:00 p.m. (Syracuse. NY) Conference: BIG EAST Arena: Carrier Dome (33,633) Head Coach: Jim Boeheim (35th Season) SID: Pete Moore Email: pimoore@syr.edu Office: (315) 443-2608 Athletics Web Site: suathletics.com

Milwaukee Panthers

UIC Flames

Sat. Jan. 1 - 1:00 p.m. (Detroit) Fri. Jan. 28 – 7:00/9:00 p.m. (Milwaukee, WI) Conference: Horizon League Arena: U.S. Cellular Arena (10,783) Head Coach: Rob Jeter (Sixth Season) SID: Kevin O’Connor Email: kjoc@uwm.edu Office: (414) 229-5674 Athletics Web Site: uwmpanthers.com

Sat. Jan. 8 - 2:00 p.m. (Chicago, IL) Thur. Feb. 3 – 7:00 p.m. (Detroit) Conference: Horizon League Arena: UIC Pavilion (8,000) Head Coach: Howard Moore (First Season) SID: Brett McWethy Email: mcwethy@uic.edu Office: (312) 996-5880 Athletics Web Site: uicflames.com

Mississippi State Bulldogs

Valparaiso Crusaders

Mon. Nov. 22 - 7:00 p.m. (Starkville, MS) Conference: Southeastern Arena: Humphrey Coliseum (10,500) Head Coach: Rick Stansbury (13th Season) SID: Gregg Ellis Email: gellis@athletics.msstate.edu Office: (662) 325-3595 Athletics Web Site: mstateathletics.com

Sun Jan. 16 - 1:00 p.m. (Detroit) Thur. Feb. 10 –8:00 p.m. (Valparaiso, IN) Conference: Horizon League Arena: Athletics-Recreation Center (5,000) Head Coach: Homer Drew (22nd Season) SID: Aaron Leavitt Email: Aaron.Leavitt@valpo.edu Office: 219-464-6953 Athletics Web Site: valpoathletics.com

Niagara Purple Hawks

Western Michigan Broncos

Sun. Nov. 28 - 5:30 p.m. (Niagara, NY) Conference: Metro Atlantic Athletic Arena: John J. “Taps” Gallagher Center (2,400) Head Coach: Joe Mihalich (11th Season) SID: Chris Smith Email: csmith@niagara.edu Office: (716) 286-8724 Athletics Web Site: purpleeagles.com

Wed. Dec. 8 - 7:00 p.m. (Kalamazoo, MI) Conference: Mid-American Arena: University Arena (5,421) Head Coach: Steve Hawkins (Seventh Season) SID: Matt Holmes Email: matt.holmes@wmich.edu Office: (269) 387-3168 Athletics Web Site: wmubroncos.com

New Mexico Lobos

Wright State Raiders

Sat. Nov. 13 - 9:30 p.m. (Albuquerque, NM) Conference: Mountain West Arena: University Arena- The Pit (4,538) Head Coach: Steve Alford (Fourth Season) SID: Frank Mercogliano Email: fmercog@unm.edu Office: (505) 925-5525 Athletics Web Site: golobos.com

Sat. Dec. 4 - Noon (Detroit) Fri. Feb. 25 – 7:00 p.m. (Dayton, OH) Conference: Horizon League Arena: Ervin J. Nutter Center (10,449) Head Coach: Billy Donlon (First Season) SID: Bob Noss Email: robert.noss@wright.edu Office: (937) 775-2816 Athletics Web Site: wsuraiders.com

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2010-11 Opponents Youngstown State Penguins

Sat. Jan. 22 - 7:05 p.m. (Youngstown, OH) Wed. Feb.16 – 7:00 p.m. (Detroit) Conference: Horizon League Arena: Beeghly Center (6,300) Head Coach: Jerry Slocum (Sixth Season) SID: Jamie Hall Email: jehall@ysu.edu; Office: (330) 941-1581 Athletics Web Site: ysusports.com

The Detroit Titans are part of twelve teams that will compete in the 2010 Legends Classic, which has fast become one of the nation's most anticipated earlyseason college basketball tournaments. Four of the top programs from the most prestigious conferences in the country will tip-off the 2010-11 season with Regional Round games played on their home courts before heading to Atlantic City, N.J., to face each other for the Legends Classic championship at historic Boardwalk Hall. The remainder of the field will participate in a round-robin series at one of two subregional sites. Thus, every participating team is guaranteed four games. In addition to showcasing some of the nation’s premier talent, the Legends Classic was also established to honor former players and coaches from the participating teams that have made a significant contribution to the sport. CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND Boardwalk Hall - Atlantic City, N.J. Semi-Finals - Friday, November 26 Georgia Tech vs. UTEP Syracuse vs. Michigan Championship & Consolation Saturday, November 27 REGIONAL ROUNDS Syracuse Regional Rounds Carrier Dome - Syracuse, N.Y. Tuesday, November 16 Detroit vs. Syracuse Sunday, November 21 William & Mary vs. Syracuse Ann Arbor Regional Rounds Crisler Arena - Ann Arbor, Mich. Thursday, November 18 Bowling Green vs. Michigan Sunday, November 21 Gardner-Webb vs. Michigan

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Atlanta Regional Rounds Alexander Memorial Coliseum Atlanta, Ga. Wednesday, November 17 Albany vs. Georgia Tech Friday, November 19 Niagara vs. Georgia Tech El Paso Regional Rounds Don Haskins Center - El Paso, Texas Sunday, November 14 Mercer vs. UTEP Saturday, November 20 Western Carolina vs. UTEP SUBREGIONAL ROUNDS

Bowling Green vs. Detroit - 7:30 p.m. Sunday, November 28 Albany vs. Bowling Green - 3:00 p.m. Niagara vs. Detroit - 5:30 p.m. Williamsburg Subregional Rounds William & Mary Hall - Williamsburg, Va. Friday, November 26 Mercer vs. Western Carolina Gardner-Webb vs. William & Mary Saturday, November 27 Western Carolina vs. Gardner-Webb Mercer vs. William & Mary Sunday, November 28 Gardner-Webb vs. Mercer Western Carolina vs. William & Mary

Detroit Subregional Rounds Calihan Hall - Detroit, Mich. Friday, November 26 Bowling Green vs. Niagara - 5:00 p.m. Albany vs. Detroit - 7:30 p.m. Saturday, November 27 Niagara vs. Albany - 5:00 p.m.

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Opponents Series History ALBANY

Titans lead series, 1-0 2009-10 — Titans, 79-59(A)

AKRON

Titans lead series, 3-2 1935-36 — Titans, 44-43 (A) 1976-77 — Titans, 107-58 (H) 1985-86 — Zips, 53-51 (H) 1986-87 — Zips, 82-74 (A) 1991-92 — Titans, 55-54 (N)

BRADLEY

Braves lead series, 14-5 1946-47 — Braves, 83-47 (H) Braves, 61-51 (A) 1949-50 — Braves, 71-50 (A) Titans, 67-54 (H) 1950-51 — Braves, 69-65 (A) Titans, 70-65 (A) 1951-52 — Braves, 65-59 (H) Braves, 71-63 (A) 1955-56 — Titans, 101-91 (A) Braves, 93-85 (H) 1956-57 — Braves, 89-76 (A) Braves, 101-95 (H) 1957-58 — Braves, 88-71 (A) 1958-59 — Braves, 77-63 (H) 1974-75 — Titans, 82-75 (H) 1975-76 — Braves, 71-67 (A) 1986-87 — Braves, 79-59 (A) 1987-88 — Braves, 122-107 (H) 2000-01 — Titans, 68-49 (A)

BOWLING GREEN

Titans lead series, 22-13 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 — 1994-95 — 1995-96 — 1996-97 — 1997-98 — 1998-99 — 2001-02 — 2002-03 — 2003-04 — 2003-04 — 2007-08 — 2008-09 — 2009-10 —

BUTLER

Titans, 61-56 (H) Falcons, 71-53 (A) Titans, 67-64 (H) Falcons, 85-77 (A) Titans, 73-52 (H) Titans, 72-70 (A) Falcons, 77-60 (A) Titans, 75-61 (H) Falcons, 56-52 (A) Falcons, 59-53 (A) Falcons, 81-65 (H) Falcons, 58-38 (A) Titans, 73-69 (H)

Bulldogs lead series, 43-27 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)

1999-00 — 2000-01 — 2001-02 — 2002-03 — 2003-04 — 2004-05 — 2005-06 — 2006-07 — 2007-08 — 2008-09 — 2009-10 —

Titans, 72-65 (N*) Titans, 75-65 (H) Bulldogs, 68-62 (A) Bulldogs, 62-43 (N*) Bulldogs, 74-59 (A) Titans, 68-63 (H) Bulldogs, 53-38 (N*) Titans, 63-54 (H) Bulldogs, 61-48 (A) Bulldogs, 76-68 (A) Bulldogs, 66-63 (H) Bulldogs, 58-55 (N*) Bulldogs, 70-69 (A) Titans, 54-48 (H) Titans, 72-59 (H) Bulldogs, 65-50 (A) Bulldogs, 64-52 (A) Titans, 73-71 (H) Bulldogs, 68-58 (H) Bulldogs, 56-36 (A) Bulldogs, 53-46 (H) Bulldogs, 65-31 (A) Bulldogs, 54-50 (A) Bulldogs, 66-61 (H) Bulldogs, 64-62 (H) Bulldogs, 63-58 (A)

CENTRAL MICHIGAN

Titans lead series, 20-11 1912-13 — Titans, 24-41 1914-15 — Chippewas, 38-22 1919-20 — Titans, 25-23 1923-24 — Titans, 24-41 1924-25 — Titans, 37-27 1957-58 — Titans, 81-55 (H) 1958-59 — Titans, 83-69 (A) 1959-60 — Titans, 82-62 (H) 1960-61 — Titans, 90-33 (A) 1974-75 — Chippewas, 72-69 (H) 1975-76 — Chippewas, 82-77 (A) 1978-79 — Titans, 79-72 (H) 1979-80 — Chippewas, 72-70 (A) 1980-81 — Chippewas, 93-70 (N) 1984-85 — Titans, 89-67 (H) 1985-86 — Titans, 67-64 (A) 1987-88 — Chippewas, 70-68 (H) 1988-89 — Chippewas, 76-56 (A) 1989-90 — Titans, 75-66 (H) 1990-91 — Chippewas, 75-68 (A) 1994-95 — Chippewas, 57-56 (A) 1995-96 — Titans, 57-54 (H) 1996-97 — Chippewas, 90-78 (A) 1997-98 — Titans, 77-53 (H) 1998-99 — Titans, 60-51 (A) 1999-00 — Titans, 83-80 (A) 2000-01 — Titans, 74-60 (H) 2001-02 — Titans, 77-68 (A) 2007-08 — Chippewas, 70-66 (H)

2008-09 — 2009-10 —

Titans, 67-55 (A) Titans, 76-58 (H)

CLEVELAND STATE

Titans lead series, 34-12 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) 2008-09 — Vikings, 53-44 (H) Vikings, 66-49 (A) Vikings, 56-43 (A*) 2009-10 — Titans, 69-62 (H) Titans, 65-54 (A)

EASTERN MICHIGAN Titans lead series, 57-15 1909-10 — Eagles, 39-24 1910-11 — Titans, 52-20

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Opponents Series History 1911-12 — 1912-13 — 1913-14 — 1915-16 — 1921-22 — 1922-23 — 1936-37 — 1937-38 — 1938-39 — 1939-40 — 1940-41 — 1941-42 — 1942-43 — 1943-44 — 1944-45 — 1945-46 — 1946-47 — 1947-48 — 1948-49 — 1949-50 — 1950-51 — 1951-52 — 1967-68 — 1968-69 — 1969-70 — 1974-75 — 1976-77 — 1977-78 — 1978-79 — 1979-80 — 1984-85 — 1985-86 — 1986-87 — 1987-88 — 1988-89 —

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Titans, 62-16 Titans, 47-8 Titans, 29-27 Eagles, 34-28 Titans, 41-17 Titans, 21-20 Eagles, 37-25 Eagles, 29-27 Titans, 34-27 Eagles, 30-18 Titans, 39-21 Titans, 30-16 Titans, 34-32 Titans, 40-23 Titans, 48-35 Titans, 49-26 Titans, 39-30 Titans, 49-36 Titans, 32-28 Titans, 38-30 Titans, 29-27 Titans, 49-44 Titans, 39-25 Titans, 36-35 Titans, 42-32 Titans, 46-11 Titans, 50-34 Titans, 46-38 Titans, 48-36 Titans, 54-33 Titans, 73-47 Titans, 62-49 Eagles, 46-39 (H) Titans, 52-37 (A) Titans, 53-37 (A) Titans, 54-46 (A) Titans, 59-35 (H) Titans, 65-39 (A) Titans, 62-54 (H) Titans, 64-60 (A) Titans, 47-46 (H) Titans, 107-78 (H) Titans, 74-72 (A) Titans, 80-67 (H) Eagles, 73-66 (H) Eagles, 98-77 (A) Eagles, 62-60 (H) Titans, 80-62 (H) Titans, 87-82 (A) Titans, 109-71 (H) Titans, 80-75 (H) Eagles, 66-60 (H) Titans, 68-63 (H) Titans, 85-80 (H) Titans, 63-59 (A) Eagles, 74-64 (N) Titans, 73-63 (H) Eagles, 79-66 (A) Eagles, 82-76 (H)

1989-90 1990-91 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

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Eagles, 69-65 (A) Titans, 85-81 (H) Eagles, 82-80 (A) Titans, 73-63 (H) Titans, 895-69 (A) Titans, 88-83 (H) Titans, 64-60 (A) Titans, 72-52 (H) Titans, 72-68 (H) Titans, 62-47 (H) Titans, 68-66 (H)

GREEN BAY

Titans lead series, 20-19 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) 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) 2009-10 — Phoenix, 74-72 (A) Phoenix, 64-62 (H) Titans, 62-53 (N*)

LOYOLA

Ramblers lead series, 65-45 1922-23 — Titans, 31-13 Titans, 18-16 1923-24 — Ramblers, 23-17

1924-25 — 1925-26 — 1926-27 — 1927-28 — 1928-29 — 1929-30 — 1930-31 — 1933-34 — 1934-35 — 1935-36 — 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1947-48

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1948-49 — 1950-51 1953-54 1954-55 1957-58 1958-59 1960-61 1961-62 1963-64 1964-65 1969-70

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1970-71 — 1972-73 — 1973-74 — 1974-75 — 1975-76 — 1976-77 — 1977-78 — 1978-79 — 1979-80 — 1980-81 — 1981-82 — 1982-83 — 1983-84 — 1984-85 —

Titans, 26-23 Ramblers, 22-18 Titans, 32-18 Ramblers, 13-8 Titans, 19-17 Titans, 16-13 Ramblers, 26-21 Ramblers, 22-19 Ramblers, 24-6 Ramblers, 12-10 Ramblers, 25-20 Titans, 27-19 Ramblers, 26-25 (H) Ramblers, 25-20 (A) Ramblers, 29-19 (H) Ramblers, 43-29 (A) Titans, 20-19 (H) Ramblers, 33-32 (A) Ramblers, 36-30 (H) Ramblers, 32-29 (A) Ramblers, 52-33 (A) Ramblers, 57-37 (H) Ramblers, 67-37 (A) Ramblers, 59-25 (H) Ramblers, 72-42 (A) Ramblers, 76-61 (A) Ramblers, 67-66 (A) Titans, 92-78 (H) Ramblers, 56-51 (A) Titans, 68-66 (H) Ramblers, 83-82 (A) Ramblers, 90-76 (H) Ramblers, 113-108 (A) Titans, 78-76 (H) Ramblers, 79-70 (A) Ramblers, 85-80 (H) Titans, 70-63 (A) Ramblers, 77-68 (A) Titans, 69-48 (H) Titans, 86-75 (H) Titans, 66-55 (A) Titans, 85-79 (H) Titans, 89-85 (A) Ramblers, 79-71 (A) Titans, 89-69 (H) Titans, 83-74 (H) Titans, 72-69 (A) Ramblers, 109-87 (A) Ramblers, 82-80 (H) Ramblers, 86-80 (A*) Ramblers, 86-81 (A) Ramblers, 80-74 (A) Ramblers, 74-69 (H) Ramblers, 98-83 (A) Ramblers, 98-85 (A) Ramblers, 87-82 (H) Ramblers, 88-84 (A*) Ramblers, 85-79 (H) Ramblers, 127-100 (A)

1985-86 — 1986-87 — 1987-88 — 1988-89 — 1989-90 — 1990-91 — 1991-92 — 1992-93 — 1993-94 — 1994-95 — 1995-96 — 1996-97 — 1997-98 — 1998-99 — 1999-00 — 2000-01 — 2001-02 — 2002-03 — 2003-04 — 2004-05 — 2005-06 — 2006-07 — 2007-08 — 2008-09 — 2009-10 —

Titans, 77-74 (H) Ramblers, 77-56 (A) Ramblers, 94-73 (A) Ramblers, 103-75 (H) Ramblers, 80-75 (N*) Ramblers, 76-72 (A) Ramblers, 104-93 (H) Ramblers, 66-64 (A) Titans, 115-101 (H) Ramblers, 72-54 (A) Titans, 69-67 (H) Ramblers, 81-79 (A) Ramblers, 73-63 (H) Ramblers, 93-89 (H) Ramblers, 74-70 (A) Titans, 96-75 (A) Titans, 65-56 (H) Ramblers, 74-58 (A) Titans, 72-64 (H) Titans, 76-68 (A) Titans, 78-63 (A) Titans, 62-48 (H) Titans, 69-62 (H) Titans, 77-64 (A) Titans, 76-71 (A) Titans, 94-65 (H) Titans, 58-39 (H) Ramblers, 72-69 (A) Titans, 82-55 (A) Titans, 85-67 (H) Titans, 81-61 (H) Ramblers, 66-54 (A) Ramblers, 55-49 (A) Titans, 55-53 (H) Titans, 72-54 (H) 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) Titans, 59-42 (A) Titans, 83-63 (H)

MILWAUKEE

Panthers lead series, 18-16 1994-95 — Titans, 69-59 (A) 1995-96 — Titans, 76-59 (H) Titans, 69-65 (A)

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Panthers, 47-46 (A) Titans, 67-52 (H) Titans, 83-56 (H) Titans, 83-68 (A) Titans, 74-60 (N*) Titans, 71-54 (A) Titans, 78-53 (H) Panthers, 64-59 (A) Titans, 88-48 (H) Titans, 54-51 (H) Panthers, 80-69 (A) Panthers, 66-48 (A) Titans, 94-61 (H) Panthers, 73-72 (H) Panthers, 61-50 (A) Panthers, 82-74 (A) Panthers, 85-68 (H) Panthers, 58-50 (N) Titans, 76-68 (A) Panthers, 61-48 (H) Panthers, 59-58 (A*) Panthers, 72-71 (H) Panthers, 76-57 (A) Panthers, 65-64 (A) Titans, 91-84 (H) Panthers, 55-53 (A) Titans, 72-61 (H) Panthers, 71-62 (A) Panthers, 68-63 (H) Titans, 81-65 (A) Panthers, 71-60 (H)

MISSISSIPPI STATE

Titans lead series, 1-0 1968-69 — Titans, 86-62 (H)

NIAGARA

Series Tied, 3-3 1915-16 — Titans, 33-30 1916-17 — Purple Eagles, 35-11 1920-21 — Purple Eagles, 27-13 1920-21 — Titans, 37-23 1922-23 — Purple Eagles, 37-20 1967-68 — Titans, 102-91 (H)

NEW MEXICO

Series Tied, 1-1 1959-60 — Titans, 100-64 (H) 1989-90 — Lobos, 91-64 (A)

SYRACUSE

Orange lead series, 3-1 1961-62 — Titans, 97-69 (H) 1979-80 — Orange,89-83 (A) 1980-81 — Orange, 93-79 (H) 1984-85 — Orange, 77-63 (N)

UIC

Titans lead series, 22-12 1994-95 — Titans, 91-85 (H) 1995-96 — Titans, 89-78 (A) Titans, 90-71 (H) 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 (A) 2009-10 — Flames, 60-56 (A) Titans, 76-73 (H)

VALPARAISO

Series tied, 7-6 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, 56-55 (H) 2009-10 — Titans, 77-67 (H) Crusaders, 74-70(A) Titans, 89-82 (A*)

WESTERN MICHIGAN Titans lead series, 25-23 1916-17 — Titans, 26-21 1919-20 — Titans, 35-28 Broncos, 23-18 1921-22 — Broncos, 25-21

1923-24 — 1924-25 1925-26 1936-37 1937-38

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1938-39 — 1959-60 1961-62 1962-63 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67

1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1980-81 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2005-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

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Broncos, 26-19 Titans, 23-21 Broncos, 24-17 Broncos, 28-23 Broncos, 44-25 Broncos, 42-34 Titans, 41-32 Titans, 42-38 Titans, 50-34 Titans, 92-72 (H) Broncos, 69-57 (H) Broncos, 110-67 (A) Titans, 96-87 (A) Titans, 91-79 (H) Broncos, 80-70 (H) Broncos, 76-69 (A) Broncos, 94-82 (H) Titans, 106-99 (A) Titans, 82-71 (H) Broncos, 98-85 (A) Titans, 57-55 (H) Broncos, 105-89 (A) Broncos, 80-65 (H) Broncos, 81-71 (A) Titans, 86-64 (H) Titans, 113-91 (A) Titans, 92-77 (H) Titans, 85-82 (N) Broncos, 79-77 (A) Titans, 65-50 (H) Broncos, 60-44 (A) Titans, 77-59 (H) Titans, 63-51 (A) Titans, 80-66 (H) Titans, 67-56 (A) Titans, 67-62 (H) Broncos, 71-55 (A) Titans, 66-43 (H) Broncos, 64-48 (A) Titans, 77-74 (H) Broncos, 69-67 (A) Broncos, 60-59 (H) Broncos, 71-58 (A) Titans, 86-80 (H)

WRIGHT STATE

Series Tied, 18-18 1994-95 — Raiders, 78-71 (H) Raiders, 79-64 (A) Raiders, 76-69 (A*) 1995-96 — Raiders, 59-57 (H) Raiders, 70-63 (A) Titans, 67-61 (A*) 1996-97 — Titans, 73-62 (H) Titans, 65-63 (A) 1997-98 — Titans, 80-75 (H) Titans, 68-60 (A) 1998-99 — Titans, 68-56 (A) Titans, 64-46 (H)

1999-00 — 2000-01 — 2001-02 — 2002-03 — 2003-04 — 2004-05 — 2005-06 — 2006-07 — 2007-08 — 2008-09 — 2009-10 —

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) Raiders, 61-59 (H) Raiders, 70-63 (A) Raiders, 69-50 (N*)

YOUNGSTOWN STATE

Titans lead series, 20-7 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) 2008-09 — Penguins, 80-78 (H) Penguins, 68-64 (A) 2009-10 — Titans, 82-71(H) Penguins, 62-54 (A) (*MCC/Horizon League Tournament Games)

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Titan Travel The Titans travel by air and by bus to their games, but each method has its own unique way of making sure the team misses as little as class time as possible. When traveling on the road, the Titans utilize buses with a power supply and wireless internet. The buses are also extremely spacious and fully equipped with DVD’s and flat screen TV’s. All of the resources allow the team to enjoy life on the road as a student-athlete as well as assist each Titan with getting their studies and work done on the road. New to this year will be more trips via charted flights as the Titans will be airborne for such trips as going to nationally ranked Syracuse and New Mexico as well as to Milwaukee. UDM will also hit the air in a commercial flight to Mississippi State and who knows what kind of travel could be used for their ESPNU BracketBusters game in late February. The charter flights will potentially allow the team to fly and return home on game days, which could cut in half the amount of class time the Detroit student-athletes miss as well as get the team home at a reasonable time for class the next day.

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Strength/Conditioning The main goal of the Strength and Conditioning Department is to help the student-athlete improve physically and mentally in their respective sport. This will be accomplished in such a way that is safe and efficient for each individual athlete. As the student-athlete participates in these activities we will work to lessen the possibility of injury or re-injury. If an injury should occur, we will work with the Sports Medicine Staff and the student-athlete to complete rehabilitation.

Joe Tofferi

Each team will have an individualized program based on their particular sport. Each program takes into account Asst. AD for Strength & the intensity level, the physical demands, and skill Conditioning involved in each individual sport and also each individual student-athlete. All teams and individuals will be subject to performance tests that will help design each program and also will help to determine the success of the program. The Strength and Conditioning Staff will work with each individual coach at all times. Each coach will receive updated attendance, evaluation, and comments on a regular basis about each student-athlete. Communication is the key to success in the weight room and on the playing field. The Titans condition and train in the Larry Bleach Weight Room, located in Calihan Hall. All UDM student-athletes are trained under the supervision of two full-time certified strength and

Adam Gentry Nick Wilson Asst. Strength Strength and Conditioning & ConditionAssistant ing Coach

conditioning coaches, as well as two intern assistants. Every member of the Titan strength and conditioning staff is assigned a team, which allows daily interaction between the athletes and the coaches. Such interaction is a tremendous asset when developing a program that best serves the athlete and the team. In the past three years, the fitness center expanded by over 400 square feet. Olympic style platforms, squat racks, stretch and other auxiliary speed equipment have also been added, all designed and implemented to improve the Titans’ speed and power. The center also features the ONS Performance nutritional shake, which is designed to help every athlete recover from training and conditioning with a supplement increase in their protein and carbohydrate intake. The UDM strength and conditioning staff has not only helped the Titan student-athletes, but professional athletes as well. UDM graduate and current New Orleans Hornets guard Willie Green comes back to use the facilities during the offseason as well as former Detroit Tiger lefthander Nate Robertson.

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Sports Medicine At the University of Detroit Mercy, the sports medicine staff is committed to providing the best care to all Titan athletes. Director of Sports Medicine and Head Athletic Trainer Michael Miller coordinates and oversees the sports medicine services at UDM for over 250 studentathletes. The sports medicine staff is responsible for assessing athletic injuries and illnesses, administering first aid and CPR care, making medical referrals, and preventing and rehabilitating athletic injuries that occur during the school year.

Michael Miller Chris Ashley Asst. AD for Hinderliter VanMeter Sports Asst. Dir. of Asst. Dir. of Medicine Sports Medicine Sports Medicine The sports medicine department is under the guidance

of Dr. Michael Workings, a family practice physician from the Henry Ford Health System. Dr. Workings also acts as the Team Physician for the Detroit Tigers. Joining him for the 2010-11 year is Team Orthopedic Dr. Terrence Lock and Dr. Rehal Bhojani and Dr. Patrick Jean-Pierre, who will provide clinic and game coverage. The athletic training facility is located at Calihan Hall. This training facility is equipped with a taping and first aid station, treatment and modality tables, hydrotherapy whirlpools, and rehabilitative equipment. The goals of the University of Detroit Mercy Sports Medicine Department is to prevent athletic injuries as much as possible through effective injury prevention programs, and to return injured athletes to their previous competitive status in the safest and quickest manner possible.

Lorena Carithers Athletic Training Intern

Adam Siero Athletic Training Intern

Victoria Vintevoghel Graduate Asst. Athletic Trainer

Dr. Michael G. Workings Team Physician

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Academics/Compliance When talking about students who compete in a varsity sport, the term typically used is “student-athlete.” The word “student” comes first, and that’s the way the University of Detroit Mercy approaches all of its athletic team members. Although performance in competition is important, they are students first, and athletes second, with their performance in the classroom plenty important in Titan Territory. UDM’s Center for Student-Athlete Development, one of the first of its kind, offers programs for academic classes, drug education, student enhancement and works to improve communication skills. All 19 varsity teams are encouraged to take full advantage of the programs offered at the center. The center also heads up the NCAA Life Skills Program, which focuses on the student in student-athlete and how to deal with issues that all student-athletes today must face. Through seminars, guest speakers and NCAA videos, student-athletes are made aware of issues such as gambling and drug and alcohol abuse, and how to deal with these concerns. The center is made possible, in part, by a grant from the NCAA. In conjunction with the staff of the University Learning Center, members of the center’s staff teach UAS 107, “Athletes in Transition,” each year. All freshman and transfer student-athletes must take this course during their studies at UDM. The course deals with how studentathletes can make the transition from high school to college. This important class teaches student-athletes to deal with time and stress management, study skills and the importance of good nutritional habits.

Another example of Detroit’s commitment to its student-athletes’ academic excellence is the Athletic Academic Coordinator’s post. Since the Amy Paling Steve Corder position was Asst. Dir. of Asst. AD for created, UDM’s NCAA Compliance/ graduation rate Compliance Academic Cord. for studentathletes has steadily risen. Assistant Athletic Director For NCAA Compliance Steve Corder, no stranger to collegiate athletics as he played soccer for Detroit from 199498, and his staff carefully track each Titan’s academic progress to make sure they are on the right path toward graduation. In addition, student-athletes are helped with their tutorial needs through the use of the student-run Learning Center, where professors and students donate their time as tutors. The student-athletes’ academic progress is closely monitored and study table is set up to assist the Titans with any and all academic areas, including providing tutors and a writing lab. The center is open daily and also has evening hours to work around a student-athlete’s busy schedule. All freshmen must take part in the study table, as well as other student-athletes who have not yet achieved a 2.75 GPA. The University of Detroit Mercy is committed to the principles of institutional control in operating our athletic department. We are responsible for adhering to the rules, regulations and spirit of the NCAA, Horizon League and the University. The University of Detroit Mercy Compliance Office directs this effort and acts a primary resource concerning NCAA rules, regulations and compliance issues. We ensure that our institution complies with all NCAA standards and we are responsible for monitoring all athletic programs to assure compliance.

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Notable Alumni -ARichard Abdoo (Retired President & CEO, Wisconsin Energy) ....................... BusAdm’69 -BAnita Barone (Actress) ......................................................................................... LAE ’86 Stephanie Bergeron (Ret. VP & Treasurer, Goodyear Tire & Rubber) ................... BusAdm ’81 Emil Brolick (President, YUM! Brands) ..................................................... BusAdm ’69, ’70 -CCynthia Canty (Radio Personality, WMGC-FM) .................................................... LAE ’75 Thomas Capo (Chairman, Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group) ...................BusAdm ’73, ’75, ’80 Michael F. Cavanagh (Justice, Michigan Supreme Court) .......................... LAE ’62, LW ’66 Maura Corrigon (Justice, Michigan Supreme Court).............................................. LW ’73 Matthew Cullen (President & COO Rock Enterprises)................................... BusAdm ’83 -DChristopher Darga (Actor) ................................................................................... LAE ‘80 Thomas Denomme (Ret. Vice Chair & CAO, DaimlerChrysler) ...................... BusAdm ’61 -EMichael Evans (President Loyola High School, MI) ............................................... LAE ‘75 -FW. James Farrell (Retired Chairman & CEO, Illinois Tool Works) ........................... E&S ’68 A former Horizon Robert Ficano (Executive, Wayne County)............................................................. LW ’77 League Player of the -GYear as well as the Eugene A. Gargaro (Sr. Vice President, Masco Corporation) ................................. LW ’67 Robert Goodenow (Former Executive Director, NHL Players Assoc.)..................... LW ’79 fourth all-time scorer Roman S. Gribbs (Former Mayor, City of Detroit) .............................. BusAdm ’52, LW ’54 in Titan history, -HWillie Green graduated John P. Hayes (Retired Chairman & CEO, National Gypsum) .......................... BusAdm ’43 with an education Robert Hendry (Retired CFO, General Motors) ............................................. BusAdm ’69 Sister Mary Ellen Howard (Director, St. Frances Cabrini Clinic) .......................... CHP ’68 degree in 2003. William Hermann (Managing Partner, Plante & Moran) ..................................BusAdm ‘72 -KFrank Kelley (Attorney General Emeritus, State of Michigan) ................................ LW ’51 David Patrick Kelley (Actor) ................................................................................. LAE ‘77 John C. Kennedy (President & CEO, Autocam Corp.) ..................................... BusAdm ’79 James Kokas (President/Owner, Opus One) ........................................................ LAE ‘73 -LJames D Lark (Owner, The Lark) ........................................................................... LAE ‘52 Elmore Leonard (Author/Screenplay Writer) ....................................................... LAE ’50 Albert Lorenzo (President, Macomb County CC) .................................... BusAdm ’65, ’66 -MThaddeus McCotter (Congressman, US House of Representatives) .................. LAE ’87, LW ’90 Isaiah McKinnon (Former Chief of Police, City of Detroit) .............................. LAE ‘75, ‘78 William Morrow (Executive Vice President, Crain Communications) ................. BusAdm ’68 Peter Munoz (Director, Michigan State Police) ...................................................... LAE ’76 -NBenny Napoleon (Sheriff, Wayne County)............................................................. LAE ‘82 Joseph Nathan (Retired President & COO, Compuware Corp.)...................LAE ’74, BusAdm ’78 James Norrod (President, Segway) ................................................................BusAdm ‘75 -OJames O’Sullivan (Pres. & CEO, Mazda North American Oper.) .................. BusAdm ’76, ’84 Allison Payne is a -Pseven time Emmy L. Brooks Patterson (Executive, Oakland County) ..................................... LAE ’61, LW ’67 Marlena Lazar-Peleo (Chief Creative Officer, McDonald’s Corp.) ......................... LAE ‘72 award winning anchor -Rat CW affiliate and Arlene Robinson (CEO, Girl Scouts of Metro Detroit) ........................................... LAE ’75 cable superstation Louis Rossetti (Chairman & CEO, Rossetti Associates) ............................................AR ’59 WGN-TV in Chicago. -SDavid Schembri (President, Smart USA) .........................................................BusAdm ‘75 She graduated David Stangis (VP Corp Social Responsibilitiy, Campbell Soup) .........................E & S ‘87 Magna Cum Laude in Robert Soulliere (President & CEO, ThyssenKrupp) .......................................BusAdm ‘85 Liberal Arts from the -VAndy Vazzano (President & Managing Partner, SmithGroup) ......................... BusAdm ’80 University of Detroit in -Y1985. William C. Young (President, Absopure Water Co.) ............................................. E&S, ’66

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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 112 members, following the 10 latest additions made on Homecoming Weekend on Jan. 26, 2010. 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.

L-R: Adam Walicki, Joe Kopicki, Kim Jess, Pat Adams, Ken Dubois, Mike Pesci, Maria Pandele (Not Pictured: Jermaine Jackson, Rashad Phillips, Cassandra Pack) The 2010 Titan Hall of Fame Class was inducted at halftime of the men’s basketball game against Wright State on Jan. 26.

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 secondleading 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 four former basketball players – Joe Kopicki, Jermaine Jackson, Rashad Phillips and, from the women’s team, Cassandra Pack – as well as former stars from baseball (Pat Adams and Mike Pesci), cross country/track and field (Ken Dubois and Kim Jess), golf (Adam Walicki) and tennis (Maria Pandele).

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Titan Hall Of Fame Inductee The 1960 Titan Football Harry Ackermann Pat Adams Grady Alderman Bob Babbish Chuck Baer Vince Banonis Ed Barbour Al Baumgart Joseph Beer Paul Bibeau John Biringer Larry Bleach Lloyd Brazil Dad Butler Bob Calihan Dan Cantillon Pudge Cavanaugh Mary (Lillie) Cicerone Earl “Dutch� Clark Earl Clark Jr. Tom Connell John Conti Frank Corej Pete Craig Cindy Crosbie Earl Cureton Bill Daly Coretta Daniels Dave DeBusschere Gus Dorais Ken Dubois Terry Duerod Dick Dzik Bill Ebben Andy Farkas George Fefles Tim Finnin Cindy Fix Al Ghesquiere William Giovan Ralph Goldstein Nate Goodnow Bob Greiner Jerry Gross Wally Gruber Ken Hamann Spencer Haywood Fred Hooker Bob Ivory Jermaine Jackson Kim Jess William Kelly Joyce Mike Kaysserian Howard Keating Kal Kaliszewski John Kirwan

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Inductee Brad Kinsman Greg Kocab Sam Kocsis Joe Kopicki 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 Cassandra Pack Terry Page Ed Palumbo Maria Pandele Bud Payne Richard Perry Mike Pesci Rashad Phillips 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 Adam Walicki Mike Walsh Bonnie (Fitzpatrick) Wood Ed Wood Joe Wright

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Athletic Director Keri Gaither was appointed as the University of Detroit Mercy’s director of athletics in May of 2007. 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 recently completed a successful fundraising campaign for the renovation of the men’s basketball office suite and recently completed tennis complex that includes eight new tennis courts, a tennis pavilion and a new grass practice field for the lacrosse and soccer teams. Gaither was recognized for her strong leadership as UDM’s Director of Athletics when she was appointed to the University of Detroit Mercy’s (UDM) 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 (DLOC) 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. In July of 2010, Gaither was appointed a new member of the Executive Committee of the Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association. She is one of just 13 members serving on the Executive Committee, which works on behalf of the membership of the D1-AAA, in addition to its President and five other officers.

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Gaither was also appointed to the NCAA Minority Opportunities and Interests Committee (MOIC) in September of 2009. As one of six Division I members on the 15-person committee, Gaither is currently in year two of 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. In March of 2008, Gaither was presented with the Phenomenal Women’s Ashley Gray Legacy Award by the University of Detroit Mercy’s Student Programming Board. This award was presented for her outstanding contribution toward the growth and development of students as the Director of Athletics at UDM. 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. While a member of the 2006 UDM Self-Study Steering Committee for NCAA Athletic Certification, Gaither also served on the Equity and Student-Athletic Welfare Sub-Committee and was designated the campus liaison during the certification process. Shortly after the University received its full certification in April of 2007, Gaither was asked by the NCAA to serve as a Peer-Review Team Member. She also participated as a member of the Tourism Action Group (TAG) Hospitality Committee, a group organized by the Detroit Metro Convention & Visitor Bureau dedicated to training the hospitality industry for Detroit-area events such as the 2005 MLB All Star Game, Super Bowl XL, as well as future major events. In 2006, the Titan AD completed the NCAA’s inaugural Leadership Institute for Ethnic Minority Females, a leadership development program sponsored by the NCAA Office for Diversity and Inclusion and the Minority Opportunities and Interests Committee. The Leadership Institute, designed to address the critical shortage of senior-level minority administrators at NCAA member institutions and conference offices, prepares diverse leaders through a 12-month leadership training and skills development experience. Gaither served as a past steering committee member of the Women’s Leadership Symposium for Intercollegiate Athletics and recently assisted in coordinating its national leadership conference. Gaither is also a member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators (NACWAA), the Minority Opportunities Athletic Association (MOAA), and the Black Coaches Association (BCA). 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 two-time 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 (19), a junior at the University of Detroit Mercy majoring in Engineering, and daughter Kennedy (13).

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Titan Athletic Staff Stacey Barns Men’s Basketball Office Manager

Lorena Carithers Athletic Training Intern

Tanya Carper Cheer Team Coach

Dennis Carlesso Dir. of Development For Athletics & Student Facilities

Steve Corder Asst. AD for NCAA Compliance

Anita Foster Olympic Sports Office Manager

Keri Gaither Associate V.P. & Athletic Director

Adam Gentry Strength and Conditioning Assistant

P.J. Gradowski Senior Asst. Sports Info Director

Greg Haapala Director of Ticket Sales & Fan Experience

Dean Haddad Pep Band Director

Chris Hinderliter Asst. Director of Sports Medicine

Casey Hornung Equipment & Facilities Intern

Teri Kromrei Associate AD for Business Operations/SWA

Jeff Latinen Asst. AD for Facilities & Special Events

Phuong Le Assistant Business and Ticket Manager

Jessica Liebner Compliance Intern

Brandon Longmeier Dir. of Athletic Marketing & Promotions

Mike Miller Asst. AD for Sports Medicine

Daron Montgomery Sr. Associate Athletic Director

Amy Paling Asst. Director of Compliance/ Academic Cord.

Nic Ryan Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities

Jordan Sames Director of Concessions & Merchandising

Adam Siero Athletic Training Intern

Alyssa Starkey Athletic Administration Intern

Kit Stetzel Asst. Sports Information Director

Harvey Theeck Athletic Equipment Manager

Joe Tofferi Asst. AD for Strength & Conditioning

Ashley VanMeter Asst. Director of Sports Medicine

Emily Vannice Dir. of Ticket Ops. & Special Events/Dance

Victoria Vintevoghel Graduate Asst. Athletic Trainer

Joel Walrath Sports Info. Assistant

Eli Warren Graduate Asst. For Academic Services

Mitch Wigness Sports Information Director

Nick Wilson Asst. Strength & Conditioning Coach

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Terri AnthonyRyan Women’s Golf HL-2010

Grant Asher Men’s Tennis

Nicholas Deren Men’s Soccer

Todd Dressell Fencing MFC - 2009

Mark Engel Men’s Golf HL- 1992-19992007-2009-2010

Matt Holtz Men’s Lacrosse

Sunny Jones Softball

Mike Lupenec Women’s Soccer HL- 1995-19962005

Ray McCallum Men’s Basketball

Mary Ann Meltzer Women’s Lacrosse

Guy Murray Track & Field/CC HL-1996-19981999-2000-20022003

Sam Poole Women’s Tennis

Detroit’s 13 current varsity head coaches have been named Coach of the Year in their respective conference on 17 different occasions during their celebrated careers. And, they have brought 20 conference tournament championships back to Detroit. On the field of play, and in the classroom...

Autumn Rademacher Women’s Basketball HL-2010

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Points Of Pride DETROIT RECEIVE HIGH MARKS IN NCAA’S APR No less than eight Titan athletic teams brought home perfect scores in the NCAA Division I Academic Progress Rate report issued in June for 2008-09. At the same time, every one of Detroit’s varsity teams registered a multi-year APR above the minimum standard (925) established by the NCAA. And no contemporaneous or historical penalties were cited against UDM as all varsity teams met NCAA standards. Eight teams which received perfect 1000’s for 200809 are men’s and women’s fencing, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s track and field and softball.

ACADEMIC ACCOLADES KEEP ROLLING IN FOR DETROIT Senior women’s basketball player Brigid Mulroy was named an honorable mention member of the 2010 Division I-AAA Athletic Directors Association Scholar-Athlete Team. Three members of the 2010 Horizon League Champion Detroit Titans men’s golf team – David Byrne, Jeff Clarridge and Britt Pronk– were named to the Cleveland Golf/ Srixon All-America Scholars Team, while Alex Aversa, Rachel McHenry, Alainna Stefan, Marni Achterhoff and Collette Hansen were honored by the National Golf Coaches Association as members of its All-American Scholar Teams. The Detroit men’s and women’s track and field teams were recognized for its work in the classroom as both programs were named one of the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Association’s (USTFCCA) All-Academic Scholar Teams of the Year for the 2009-10 season, while the men’s and women’s cross country

programs earned All-Academic Team status for 2009. The men’s and women’s tennis teams earned ITA All-Academic Teams in the summer of 2010, while Alex Latosinsky, Nick Tolomei, Patrick Troy, Melanie Capuano, Svetlana Flankova, Carolina Salas Espinosa and Sophie Sjoberg-Sundstrom were all ITA Scholar-Athletes. Over 65 percent of all Detroit student-athletes were named to the AD Honor Roll, which marked the 19th consecutive semester in which over 50 percent of the University’s student-athletes have achieved a 3.0 or better. More than 100 studentathletes were listed on the Horizon League’s fall and spring Academic Honor Roll, while 18 Titans were selected to the HL All-Academic Teams. For the Titans competing out of the Horizon League, six men’s lacrosse players landed on the All-MAAC Academic Team, while a conference-best five women lacrosse players were selected to the All-NLC Academic Team

TITANS SEES HALL OF FAME GROW TO 112 MEMBERS The ranks of the Detroit Titans Sports Hall of Fame swelled by 10 with the 2010 Induction Class – which includes former Horizon League Men’s Basketball Players of the Year Jermaine Jackson and Rashad Phillips – was inducted. The class also includes two other former Detroit basketball greats (Cassandra Pack and Joe Kopicki) as well as former stars from baseball (Pat Adams and Mike Pesci), cross country/track and field (Ken Dubois and Kim Jess), golf (Adam Walicki) and tennis (Maria Pandele).

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involved in community service projects throughout the year. The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) was busy handing out meals to the homeless as part of its “Sandwich Bus” initiative. The women’s lacrosse team helped raise money for the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance during one of its home games, while the men’s team played at the Annual Nick Colleluori Classic, a fall scrimmage, to benefit cancer awareness. The women’s basketball squad visited GESU Elementary School for a reading exercise for grades kindergarten through sixth grade, and the men’s program visited God Land Church in Detroit to help distribute Thanksgiving Day dinners to families in need before the Thanksgiving holiday.

UDM INKS PARTNERSHIP DEAL WITH NIKE The Detroit Titans Athletic Department announced an exclusive agreement with Nike last October– Nike will now provide apparel for all 19 of the Titans’ Division I varsity teams as part of the deal. In the near future, Titan fans will be able to “Wear What the Titans Wear” by purchasing officiallylicensed Detroit Titan Logoed Nike products on-line and at Calihan Hall in the Titan Gift Shop. The partnership features multiple revenue opportunities for Titan Athletics, including a VIP program that will allow Titan Club members an exclusive opportunity to purchase a variety of non-UDM Nike items through the Titan website at a significant discount, with a portion of the proceeds coming back to the University.

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Like, what great things? Well, you could meet a professor who changes the way you think—and discover a major that becomes your life’s work. You could make a difference firsthand by feeding the homeless on the Sandwich Bus. You could go on amazing journeys, whether it’s a midnight bike tour of downtown Detroit, or a trip to San Francisco to present your undergraduate research project to an audience of PhDs. All the great things that happen while you’re at UDM will get you ready for all the great things that will come afterwards.


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Architect Magazine calls UDM’s architecture program one of “Six Schools Committed to Social Justice.”


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every day. We followed a couple of UDM students around all day so you could see what life is like here. One’s a freshman, the other’s a senior. One’s female, the other’s male. One lives on campus, the other commutes from home. But this part’s the same: both have great things happening for them at UDM.

I’m totally awake and ready to go. Really, I am.

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Name: Andrea Evans Year: Freshman Major: Biology (pre-dental) Belongs to: Sigma Sigma Sigma; Chemistry Club (UDM’s most popular club) Serious study break: A spontaneous volleyball game on the court outside my hall when the weather’s nice

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Dr. Caspers knew all our names by the second week of class.


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Leading a heated discussion on the Calvin-Benson cycle.

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Name: David Dumais Year: Senior Major: 5-year Physician Assistant program Belongs to: William Beaumont Society 5.3 Representative; 5-year P.A. Program-Mentor Program (chair); Alpha Epsilon Delta Scalpel Reporter; Presidential Ambassador for College of Engineering & Science; Engineering & Science Student Council (past secretary); Chemistry Club Serious study break: A concert at the Magic Stick or dinner at Hockeytown with the guys

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It’s what’s called “tension release.” AKA “cracking up.”


It’s never too early to review the basic genetic properties of restriction enzymes.

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Room 118 am FoRD liFe SCienCeS builDing Don’t be fooled— I am very serious about becoming a P.A. ...and so is Lauren.

Dr. Ottenbreit makes endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi apparatus organelles of the eukaryotic cell come alive.

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The most important reason to choose a college is academics. That’s where UDM is particularly great. In fact we’re a topranked school in our category in Michigan. Our menu of majors and degrees is vast as well as excellent, so you’ll have a lot of fantastic choices. Our highly regarded programs in architecture, engineering, nursing, business, cyber security, and psychology have launched thousands of careers, as have our pre-med, pre-dent, and pre-law programs. One more thing: UDM has a top ranking by U.S.News in the “Great schools, great prices” category. see more great things: udmercy.edu/ learn/undergraduate

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four Ways To MULTIPLy THE GrEATnESS FACTor In yoUr EDUCATIon Study Abroad

Students have life-changing experiences taking classes for a semester or more in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, England, Greece, Italy, Mexico, and Poland.

Academic Exploration Program For students who are still deciding on a major, this program allows you to discover your passion.

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Honors Program

Top undergraduates from all our colleges come together in special courses and projects to challenge one another and broaden their horizons.

American Language and Culture Program

This program helps our 600 international students, who come from more than 50 countries, learn about the customs and history of the United States and strengthen their English.


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UDM beat out 50 universities to win top prize at the international Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition. Twice.


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David Koukal, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Honors Program EARlY ONE MORNING IN PROFESSOR KOUKAl’S HONORS PHIlOSOPHY ClASS.

PROF: We think our opinions a re in fallible, but clea rly they ’re not. W hy do we make this mistake? ST U DEN T: It’s because we associate with people who have the same opinions as us.

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ST U DEN T: I think it ’s because we always hea r our own thoughts. S o the r unning monolog ue of our lives is our own voice inside

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PROF: It ’s interesting that you refer to thinking as internal d ialog ue. 8.38am 8 That’s exactly what S ocrates says — that thinking is like two people talking in your head.

PROF: W hat i f cer tain doctr ines or my ths a re useful? Should we allow the questioning of 8.41 am thei r tr uth fulness?

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every r hou ry hour. hour r. And at any given moment, half the students in David Koukal’s honors philosophy class will be waving their hands in the air. That’s because, as Prof. Koukal likes to say, “philosophy brings you into contact with the most fundamental human questions that human beings ask.” It’s all about learning how to think—a skill that will always be in demand.

ST U DEN T: Suppose we had a secondary discussion, not about the doctr ine’s tr uth fulness but about its usefulness, and came to a 8.29 am unanimous opinion that the my th was in fact actually useful, rega rd less i f it was tr ue? T hen your question would be moot.

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PROF: Let’s look at the S ov iet Un ion as a case i n poi nt. T he preva i l i ng do ctr i ne was that the pa r ty had the best i nt erests of the work i ng class at hea r t. H ist or y has judged that t o have been a fa lse my th. But it was usef u l for ma ny yea rs t o stabi l i ze so ciety. ST U DE N T : Usef u l t o whom ? T he popu lation wasn’t involved in a d iscussion about whether 8.55 am or not it was usef u l. PROF: Poi nt wel l ta ken.

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PROF: T he m ista ke Caesa r made was he thought he was i n fa l l ible. ST U DE N T : D id he de cide he was i n fa l l ible, or d id he act on the tr uth that he k new? A nd i f he d id n’t th i n k a ny th i ng was tr ue enough t o act on , then he shou ld n’t be emperor, be cause he wou ld never ma ke a ny de cisions.

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PROF: A re you say i ng a l l leaders have t o assume i n fa l l ibi l ity?

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STUDENT : Ri g h t , other wise you ’d be froz en in a k i nd of skeptic al doubt . PROF: So how do we know when something is tr ue? W e can feel sur e about all kinds of th i n gs and still be wrong.

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How does our faculty teach?

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At a time when many colleges and universities are making classes a lot bigger, UDM continues to maintain its low 14:1 student-faculty ratio. And that’s the fundamental value of a UDM education—up-close-and-personal attention from professors, coaches, and mentors who are thinking first and foremost about teaching you. In fact, when our students talk about what they like about UDM, it’s faculty they always mention first. These are real experts who keep their office doors open, who answer your e-mails at midnight, who give you hands-on research opportunities, and conduct study-abroad trips. And when extraordinary people are invested in your success, it’s a great thing that you’ll carry with you all your life. see more great things: udmercy.edu/about/meet_faculty/index.php

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“When you graduate, you will be in a fantastic position. For one thing, you’ve already worked a full year in industry in a co-op program. You’ll have a tremendous advantage over other people just coming out of school.” Mark Paulik, Professor Electrical & Computer Engineering


“We make ourselves available to students as much as we possibly can, and the students take full advantage of that. I always tell my students, I’m here to give you the tools so you can do the critical thinking and discover the answers yourself.” Ninee Yang, Instructor Health Economics

“Architects from around the country ask me to recommend students to come work for them. I have students now working in California, Alaska, all over the country—and it’s because they’ve been here at UDM.” Daniel Pitera, Associate Professor Architecture

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“If you want small class size paired with extreme interaction with scholars doing cutting-edge research, then this is the place for you.” Matt Mio, Assistant Professor Chemistry & Biochemistry

“You will have so much support during your years here that, when you graduate, you’ll have a pretty good idea of what you want to do, what’s important to you, what your goals are and how to achieve them.” Mary Ann Hazen, Professor Business Administration


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Amber Usher, 20, Nursing major Co-op at DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital Emergency Department

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every semester.

“In the ER you have to prioritize and do what’s most important first. They teach you that in nursing school, but with this co-op, I’m actually applying it. We see patients from age 0 to 100. People might come in with a cold or not breathing. So I’m not only hearing about a theory in class or reading it in a book, I’m seeing the process right in front of me. It’s an awesome experience to have before you graduate. Other schools don’t require this like UDM.”


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At UDM we believe what you learn in books is only part of the story. A lot of great things also come together when you’re out in the field, or in the lab having realworld experience. That’s why our Career Education Center helps hundreds of students secure co-ops and internships every year. In some programs, paid co-ops are actually a required part of the degree—because we know that the hands-on experience you’ll gain will not only bolster your resume but will be a fantastic complement to the classroom part of your education. It also helps to know that many of our faculty are practicing professionals in their fields—so they can tell you what it’s like out there in the working world. see more great things: udmercy.edu/coop

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“The most beneficial part of my co-op was my improvement in leadership skills” Adam R. Uhlianuk, Civil Engineering Co-op employer: Professional Service Industries, Inc.

“Obviously a co-op or internship is vital to developing a career in architecture. This internship allowed me to learn not only the technical requirements of an architect but also the personal and administrative. I’ve learned a lot about the structure a project takes as it goes through development.” Brian T. Nelsen, Architecture Co-op employer: Kenneth Hahn Architects, Inc

The following companies have hired UDM co-op students: Architecture Albert Kahn Family of Companies (Kahn) Buckeye Construction LLP buildingcommunity WORKSHOP Detroit Collaborative Design Center Hobbs + Black Associates Integrated Design Solutions Katherine Frank Creative, Inc. Kenneth Hahn Architects, Inc. MAC Property Management McGough Companies Merz & Associates, LLC Milnet Architectural Service New Perspective Architects SHW Group LLP Spirit of Space St. Martha Parish SyDesign True North Architecture P.C. University Commons University of Detroit Mercy Urbanistički zavod Republike Srpski USKH Inc. Valley Architects LLP Wolgast Corporation Business American Axle–Human Resources and Finance Deloitte

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UDM’s co-op program is the first in Michigan and the third-oldest continuous program in the nation.

What is

Co-op?

It’s the best of both worlds. You’re working in a real job with a real salary, AND for required programs, you’re getting college credit toward your degree. In a co-op you apply your theoretical knowledge in a realworld setting. It’s like being paid to have an educational experience. Ford Motor Company–Purchasing Detroit Red Wings Detroit Pistons DENSO–Human Resources and Finance DTE Energy–Human Resources Engineering American Axle & Manufacturing ArvinMeritor Cannon Design Carbon Credit Environmental Services Carrier, Blackman & Associates, PC Charles Pankow Builders Continental Automotive Systems. DENSO International America, Inc. DiClemente Siegel Design, Inc. DTE Energy England Logistics First Energy Nuclear Operating Company Ford Motor Company G2 Consulting Group LLC General Motors Corporation George Auch Company Giffels-Webster Engineers, Inc. Kolene Corporation Lockheed Martin Systems Marshall Erdman & Associates Michigan Department of Transportation Mohr Engineering M.P. Holcomb Engineering Corporation MTU Detroit Diesel, Inc. Municipality of Chatham-Kent National Security Agency Northrop Grumman Corporation Oakwood Group P3 North America, Inc. Peter Basso Associates, Inc.


Plastipak Packaging Professional Service Industries, Inc. (PSI) REI/Korten Rockwell Automation ServoTech Engineering Inc. SHW Group LLP Southeast Michigan Council of Governments Superior Engineering Associates, Inc. TACOM/TARDEC Tech Enterprises Temple-Inland Toyota Technical Center Transportation Equipment Supply Company (TESCO) University of Detroit Mercy Vehma International of America, Inc. Nursing AmeriStaff Nursing Baruch Senior Ministries Bay Regional Medical Center Beechwood Manor Inc. Botsford Hospital Caretel Inns of Lakeland Children’s Hospital of Michigan Covenant HealthCare Crittenton Hospital Medical Center Detroit Receiving Hospital Doctors’ Hospital of Michigan Forest View Hospital Garden City Hospital Harper University Hospital Healthcare Corporation of America (HCA) Heart & Vascular Physicians Henry Ford Health System Hilton Convalescent Home Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital John D. Dingell VA Medical Center Karmanos Cancer Institute Lapeer Regional Medical Center Little Company of Mary Hospital and Health Care Centers Marywood Health Center (GR Dominicans Healthcare) McLaren Regional Medical Center Meadowlark Retirement Village Metro Health Hospital-Grand Rapids

getting

started Your career begins with a great career office. UDM’s Career Education Center provides workshops, hosts job fairs, and maintains an extensive database of job opportunities.

face to face

Don’t be surprised if you meet your future employer on campus. Employers often come to UDM to participate in career fairs, information sessions, on-campus interviews, and as classroom presenters. Mount Clemens Regional Medical Center Northern Michigan Regional Hospital Nurse Match Staffing Solutions Oak Manor Inc. Oakland Aesthetic Dermatology Oakwood Healthcare, Inc. Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services Porter Hills Retirement Communities & Services Providence Hospital and Medical Centers Railside Living Center Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan Relevar Home Care Robbinswood Assisted Living Community Sinai-Grace Hospital Spectrum Health St. John Hospital-Detroit St. John Macomb Hospital St. John Macomb Hospital-Warren St. Joseph Mercy-Oakland St. Joseph’s Mercy Hospital St. Mary Mercy Hospital-Livonia St. Mary’s Health Care-Grand Rapids St. Mary’s Nursing Home & Rehabilitation Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital-Dallas University of Michigan Health System Waltonwood Services LLC WellsBrooke Premium Home Health Care Westways Staffing Services, Inc. William Beaumont Hospitals Sciences Baljinder Pannu, MD CVS Caremark Healthlink Medical Transportation Henry Ford Health System Shelby Family Cosmetic Dentistry Urgent Care 1 Group William Beaumont Hospitals

“This co-op allowed me to put all my learning and knowledge into hands-on experience.” Chelsea R. Lothrop, Nursing Co-op employer: Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital

“Working in both the field and an office setting was incredibly helpful. I have a much more realistic set of expectations of each. Being in the office, I’ve been able to develop some work relationships that have already shown signs of promise for my next co-op assignment.” Patrick R. Andridge, Civil Engineering Co-op employer: Professional Service Industries, Inc.

“This university gave me a great opportunity to work for a local company with a global stature. And at the end of my internship, I received an e-mail extending me a full-time offer to be a financial analyst at Ford.” Alex Watkins, Business Administration/Finance concentration Co-op employer: Ford Motor Company

“Over the course of my co-op I gained not only skills of the trade but also an understanding of the business side of the market that will be important in moving me forward with a career.” Ryan N. Morse, Architecture Co-op employer: SHW Group LLP

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detroit rocks— two million tigers fans can’t be wrong. udm’s career fairs— an extremely great thing.

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singing up a storm at union hours.

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udm engineering students install solar panels on the engineering Building roof.

udm student volunteers with youngsters at Gesu after-school program.

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student takes the challenge on the dual sports equalizer during the spring Blowout event.

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those who possess the rock get to paint it. tree cycling? no, it’s an environmental sculpture created by architecture students.

everyone loves Chemistry Club experiments.

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freshman students take a break after cleaning a school playground as their ptv project.

The Jesuits and the Sisters of Mercy are UDM’s religious sponsors.

udm’s theatre Company performs The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. the annual midnight bike tour: 25 miles, palmer Woods, Greektown, downtown detroit, and a Lafayette Coney island hot dog.

Cement canoe competition.


Packing it all in:

24/7

Astronomical time doesn’t actually expand when you’re at UDM. But with so many things to do, you’ll feel like there’s extra hours in the day. More than 60 student clubs and organizations, intramurals, watching the big game, Greek life—it adds up to a lot of hours and a lot of great times.

Settling in. You’ll probably be surprised at how quickly you’ll feel at home at UDM. We make it easy for you, with a host of opportunities and programs designed to make a smooth transition into college. SOAR: our overnight summer orientation where you’ll meet friends, take placement tests, and register for fall classes.

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Prologues, Transitions & Viewpoints (PTV): a full four days of orientation before classes begin in the fall to launch you on your academic and social journey. The Common Read: a bonding experience through reading, which introduces you as a first-year student to the intellectual culture of university life. The First-Year Experience: a program to support you as you move into one of the most exhilarating phases of your life.

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With six residence halls housing approximately 800 students, our Mcnichols Campus has a smalltown feel in a big-city location. Most freshmen live in traditional residence halls, which makes it easy to meet new people before settling into suite-style residences for the upperclass years. see more great things at udmercy.edu


Professional Organizations (Student Chapters) American Chemistry Society (Chemistry Club) American Institute of Architecture Students American Society of Civil Engineers Association of Computing Machinery Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers National Society of Black Engineers Society of Women Engineers UDM Emerging Green Builders Chapter Honor Societies Alpha Epsilon Delta Alpha Sigma Nu Beta Alpha Psi Iota Iota Iota Phi Alpha Delta Phi Alpha Theta Psi Chi Tau Beta Pi

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Detroit Titans in Motion Dance Team

Ethnic Associations Arab Cultural Society Chaldean American Student Association Chinese Student Association Hispanic American Student Association Indian Student Association International Student Union Muslim Student Association Special Interest Alpha Phi Omega (National Service Fraternity) Biology Club Body Sculptors CST Radio Campus Crusade for Christ Campus Recreation Advisory Board College of Business Student Advisory Board Council on Family Relations Counseling & Addiction Studies Association Detroit Titans in Motion (Dance Team) 1 Engineering & Science Student Council Honors Program Kappa Omicron Kappa Leviathan Self Defense The LOTR Miniatures Club Mercy Ensemble of Praise Pep Band 2 Peace & Justice Social Floor Philosophy Club Pre-Dentistry Students’ Association Political Science Association Student Alumni Association Student Nurse Association Student Programming Board Student Senate Student Social Work Association UDM Men’s Club Hockey 3

Fraternities/Sororities National Panhellenic Conference – Gamma Phi Beta Sorority – Kappa Beta Gamma Sorority – Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc. – Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. – Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. – Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. – Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. North-American Interfraternity Conference – Kappa Delta Rho – Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity – Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity – Sigma Pi Fraternity International UDM Greek Council Fitness & Fun 3–on–3 Basketball 5–on–5 Basketball Badminton Billiards Dodgeball Flag Football Golf Homerun Derby (Softball) Indoor Volleyball Sand Volleyball Soccer Table Tennis Tennis Ultimate Frisbee Yoga

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UDM Pep Band pumps up the crowd at home basketball games.

>60 student clubs and organizations human intramural pyramids during badminton tourney Greek week “50 days of fitness” (do 100 workouts, get a prize)

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Rock climbing during Celebrate Spirit picnic.

The UDM Men’s Club Hockey team in action.


AthletICs

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Three, in fact. UDM fields three new Division I teams—men’s lacrosse, women’s lacrosse, and men’s tennis.

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UDM student-athletes play at the top of their game—our 19 varsity teams are NCAA Division I. In fact, since 1990 the Titans have captured 21 championships, so coming out to cheer them on is the ultimate spectator sport. UDM student-athletes are known for their academic achievement. They rank nationally in the top 5 for academics, and more than half qualify for the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. At UDM we value academics first—because we want all our students to look forward to a promising future. see more great things: detroittitans.com

Men’s sports Basketball Cross country Fencing Golf Lacrosse Soccer Tennis Track & Field

Calihan Hall, UDM’s sports complex, is equipped with a professional basketball arena, along with an indoor track and strength fitness room. Other top-grade campus facilities include a new tennis complex and a multi-purpose track and field—available to all UDM students and athletes.

Women’s sports Basketball Cross country Fencing Golf Lacrosse Soccer Softball Tennis Track & Field

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UDM’s undergraduate programs give you many, many

School of Architecture Architecture (5-year Master’s Degree) Digital Media Studies

opti pti School of Dentistry 7-year BS/DDS Program Dental Hygiene

College of Business Administration

MAjors

Accounting 5-year BSBA/MBA Program Business Administration Concentrations in: Finance International Business Management Marketing

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U.S.News & World Report consistently ranks UDM in the top tier of Midwestern master’s universities.

see more great things: udmercy.edu/learn/colleges-schools


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College of Health Professions Health Services Health Services Administration Physician Assistant (5-year Master’s Degree)

McAuley School of Nursing Nursing

College of Engineering & Science

College of Liberal Arts & Education

Architectural Engineering Biochemistry Biology Chemistry Civil and Environmental Engineering Computer Science Electrical and Computer Engineering 7-year Engineering/JD Manufacturing Engineering Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Pre-Dentistry Pre-Medical Pre-Physician Assistant

Academic Exploration Program (for undeclared majors) Addiction Studies (and Certificate) African American Studies (Certificate) Catholic Studies (Certificate) Communication Studies Computer Information Systems Criminal Justice Economics Education Elementary Education English Financial Economics (Macomb) History Human Services Language and Culture (Certificate) Legal Administration Legal Studies (Certificate) Liberal Studies Philosophy Political Science Pre-Law Psychology General Developmental Industrial/Organizational Religious Studies Secondary Education Social Work Sociology Special Education Emotionally Impaired /Behaviorally Disabled Learning Disabilities 5-year Teacher Education Program (bachelor’s and master’s degrees) Theatre

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AdMIssIons

The essential steps to put it together.

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howto Visit us. It’s the best way to see all we have to offer, and there are a variety of ways to do it: Come to Visit Days, book an Individual Visit, schedule an Overnight Visit in our residence halls, or shadow a UDM student to classes to experience a “day in the life.” To make a reservation or schedule a visit—or just to talk to a helpful admissions counselor—e-mail us at admissions@udmercy.edu, call 800-635-5020, or go to udmercy.edu/apply/visit_campus

Financial Aid and Scholarships. If you’re thinking you can’t afford a UDM education, you should know that 82 percent of our students receive financial aid packages that cover more than half of tuition and fees. Our financial aid officers will help you maximize your scholarship and financial aid opportunities. Contact us and we’ll show you how. Scholarship and Financial Aid Office: udmercy.edu/finaid 800-635-5020

Apply! It’s free when you apply online. Go to udmercy.edu/apply Questions? E-mail admissions. admissions@udmercy.edu or call the office at 800-635-5020.


University of Detroit Mercy Great numbers.

The University of Detroit Mercy, a Catholic university in the Jesuit and Mercy traditions, exists to provide excellent student-centered undergraduate and graduate education in an urban context. A UDM education seeks to integrate the intellectual, spiritual, ethical, and social development of our students.

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through schools and colleges. UDM’s three campuses are located in Detroit, the 11th-largest city in the nation. UDM students are close to professional opportunities in established fields as well as emerging areas such as life sciences, fuel cell technology, and cyber security. And besides being a great sports town, Detroit is home to some of the best rock, jazz, hip hop, and R&B bands in the country.

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The 2010-11 Detroit Titans Men's Basketball Yearbook  

The 2010-11 Detroit Titans Men's Basketball Yearbook.

The 2010-11 Detroit Titans Men's Basketball Yearbook  

The 2010-11 Detroit Titans Men's Basketball Yearbook.

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