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2010-11 UNCG MEN’S BASKETBALL TABLE OF CONTENTS The Greensboro Coliseum........................................................2-3 Spartan Basketball in Pictures.................................................4-5 2010-11 Roster..........................................................................6 Quick Facts.................................................................................6 2010-11 Schedule................................................................6, 72 Coaching staff...................................................................... 7-13 Player profiles......................................................................14-31 2010 Statistics................................................................... 32-33 UNCG record book.............................................................. 34-45 The Southern Conference.....................................................46-47 All-time honors................................................................... 48-49 All-time results................................................................... 50-56 All-time roster..................................................................... 57-60 This is UNCG....................................................................... 61-64 UNCG administration.......................................................... 65-66 Spartan success.......................................................................67 Spartan Club...................................................................... 68-69 Directions to campus ...............................................................70

QUICK FACTS Location........................................................................... Greensboro, NC Founded...........................................................................................1891 Enrollment......................................................18,502 (14,664 undergrad) Nickname................................................................................... Spartans Colors.......................................................................... Gold, White & Navy Arena............................................ Greensboro Coliseum (7,617 / 23,000) Conference............................................................... Southern Conference Chancellor......................................................................Dr. Linda P. Brady Director of Athletics.................................................................Kim Record Athletics Dept. Phone.........................................................336-334-5952 Ticket Office Phone............................................................336-334-3250 Sports Information Director (MBK SID)..............................Mike Hirschman Email.......................................................................mwhirsch@uncg.edu Cell Phone........................................................................336-202-5331 Asst. SID.....................................................................................Phil Perry Asst. SID (MBK Credentials) ................................................David Percival Email......................................................................... drperciv@uncg.edu Cell Phone........................................................................336-420-7518 SID Office Phone // Fax........................336-334-5615 // 336-334-3182 Press Row Phone . .............................................................336-218-5343 SID Office Address............ PO Box 26168 // Greensboro, NC 27402-6168 Website................................................................www.uncgspartans.com Head Coach..........................................................................Mike Dement Alma Mater..................................................................... East Carolina ‘76 Career Record............................................................. 320-336 (23 years) at UNCG................115-149 9 yrs. (55-56 1991-95; 60-93 2005-current) Associate Head Coach.......................................................... Corey Gipson Assistant Coaches............................................ Kevin Oleksiak, Wes Miller Director of Basketball Operations........................................... Brian Judski 2009-10 Record.................................................. 8-23 (6-12, t-3rd North) Players Returning/Lost (Starters Returning/Lost).......................8/7 (1/4) Newcomers............................................ 9 (+1 2009-10 first-year redshirt)

CREDITS

The 2010 University of North Carolina at Greensboro men’s soccer media guide was written by Mike Hirschman, sports information director. This guide was designed using Adobe Creative Suite CS4. Editorial assistance provided by Assistant Sports Information Directors David Percival and Phil Perry. Photography by WG Sports, John Bell, Chris English, Jerry Wolford, Sideline Sports and others.

ROSTER No. 00 1 2 3 4 10 11 12 13 15 20 21 22 33 34 41 50 51

Name David Williams Drew Parker Darrius Sellers Robby Dilmore Kendall Bethea Isaac Swindell Korey Van Dussen Kyle Randall Aloysius Henry Trevis Simpson Brandon Davis Elhanan Bone Brandon Evans Tyler McNeely Cody Henegar Aaron Brackett Brian Cole Taylor Hoffer

Pos. Yr. G Fr. G Fr. F Jr.-r G So.-r G Fr. F Fr.-r G So. G So. F Jr. G/F Fr. G Jr.-r F Jr. G Sr.-r F Fr. F Fr. F Jr. F/C So. F Fr.-r

Ht. 6-6 6-2 6-7 6-2 6-3 6-7 6-2 6-0 6-10 6-4 6-3 6-8 6-2 6-6 6-9 6-8 6-9 6-7

Wt. 200 178 235 180 208 242 175 170 235 186 190 245 200 220 200 230 220 220

Hometown/Last School Jacksonville, Fla./First Coast LaPorte, Texas/LaPorte Smyrna, Ga./Charis Prep (N.C.) Pfafftown, N.C./Calvary Baptist Lincolnton, N.C./East Lincoln High Point, N.C./Southwest Guilford Zeeland, Mich./Zeeland East Youngstown, Ohio/Kennedy Cath. (Pa.) St. Lucia, Windward Islands/ Three Rivers CC Douglas, Ga./Coffee HS McLeansville, N.C./Greensboro Day Sandersville, Ga./Washington County Jackson, Tenn./Liberty Tech Princeton, N.J./Blair Academy South Pittsburg, Tenn./Marion County Virginia Beach, Va./Allegany CC Dacula, Ga./Dacula Poulsbo, Wash./North Kitsap

Head Coach: Mike Dement Associate Head Coach: Corey Gipson Assistant Coaches: Wes Miller, Kevin Oleksiak Director of Basketball Operations: Brian Judski

SCHEDULE Nov. 12 at VCU Nov. 14 FLORIDA STATE Nov. 21 VIRGINIA TECH Nov. 27 at East Carolina Nov. 29 N.C. A&T Dec. 2 at Wofford * Dec. 6 FURMAN * Dec. 8 at Maryland Dec. 15 at Wake Forest Dec. 19 at Clemson Dec. 22 RICHMOND Dec. 29 DUKE Jan. 6 SAMFORD * Jan. 8 CHATTANOOGA * Jan. 10 ELON * Jan. 13 at Appalachian State * Jan. 17 DAVIDSON * Jan. 20 GEORGIA SOUTHERN * Jan. 27 at Chattanooga * Jan. 29 at Samford * Feb. 2 APPALACHIAN STATE * Feb. 5 at Western Carolina * Feb. 7 THE CITADEL * Feb. 12 at Coll. of Charleston * Feb. 15 MIAMI (FLA.) Feb. 19 at Elon * Feb. 21 WESTERN CAROLINA * Feb. 24 at Georgia Southern * Feb. 26 at Davidson * Mar. 4-7 Southern Conference Tournament *Southern Conference game

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Mike DEMENT HEAD COACH

24th yr. overall 10th yr. at UNCG overall 6th yr. this tenure at UNCG East Carolina ‘76

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Mike Dement is in the sixth season of his second tenure as head coach at UNCG, Mike Dement returned to UNCG on April 9, 2005 for his second stint as UNCG’s men’s basketball coach. Dement, 56, is the ninth head coach in school history – and the first to serve two different tenures as head coach of the program. His 115 wins at UNCG are the most in school history for men’s basketball. Dement served as the architect of the program in its move to Division I. The Louisburg, N.C. native was the Spartans’ head coach from 1991-95, leading them from a team with no conference affiliation to the top of the Big South Conference regular season standings in just four seasons. In his last two seasons at UNCG (1993-94 and 1994-95), Dement’s teams went 38-18, including a school-record 23 wins in 1994-95. That year, his team won the Big South Conference’s regular season title and was the runner up in the conference tournament. The Spartans received votes in the Associated Press and ESPN/USA Today Coaches’ polls for the first time in school history during that record-setting season. In 2007-08, Dement won his 300th career game when the Spartans topped The Citadel in Charleston. He enters his 24th year as a head coach with a mark of 320-336. Dement served five seasons at Cornell from 1986-91 where he led the Big Red to the Ivy League crown and the NCAA Tournament in 1988. Prior to that, he served as an assistant coach at East Carolina (1985-86), Cornell (1983-85) and Duke (1982-83). His first experience as a college assistant came under Mike Krzyzewski. Dement was a high school head coach at Vance Academy and Kerr Lake School before joining Krzyzewski’s staff, logging a 109-26 mark in five seasons. Last season, the Spartans took on a new challenge - moving to the Greensboro Coliseum with a significantly upgraded the schedule. The Spartans took on six teams from the Atlantic Coast Conference - three on the road and three in their new home at the Greensboro Coliseum. By year’s end, the Spartans had played 12 games against RPI Top 100 squads for the toughest schedule of an SoCon school by far. The plan - to play the best teams in the best venues and attract the best possible recruits to that atmosphere. A complete makeover of the program to move it to a new, higher level. By evidence of the recruiting class Dement welcomes this season, the plan is working. This year’s roster will see only one studentathlete that was on the active roster two seasons ago. In his first season back at UNCG, Dement led a young Spartan squad to a 12-19 mark. With just one senior on the 2005-06 roster,

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and that being a player who hadn’t seen game action in two years, Dement found that his task was going to be somewhat of a building mission, – although not of the same magnitude that had faced 15 years earlier when UNCG was moving to Division I. S t i l l , w i t h t w o p l aye r s earning all-conference status in Ricky Hickman and Kyle Hines, and another earning SoCon AllFreshman honors, Dement had shown that the tools for a winner were there. Early in the season, UNCG won on the road at East Carolina and at home against a Gardner-Webb team that had gone right down to the buzzer with North Carolina two weeks earlier. But like many young squads do, the Spartans had their struggles down the stretch and a 7-3 start -- one of the best in school history -- was forgotten with February’s fumbles. Yet still, 10th-seeded UNCG knocked of f seventhseeded Western Carolina in the opening round of the conference tournament and then had three shots at the end of regulation to beat second-seeded Elon, only to fall in overtime in the SoCon quarterfinals. In 2006-07, Dement guided the Spartans to a 16-14 mark, including a second place finish in the Southern Conference’s Northern Division. Hines, only a j u n i o r, e a r n e d S o u t h e r n Conference Player of the Year and Associated Press All-America Honorable Mention status - a pair of firsts in the history of the UNCG program. The Spartans were considered by many to be the most dangerous team in the SoCon Tournament, but were upended in the final seconds by Furman in the quarterfinal round. In 2007-08, the Spartans began the season and ended the season with a bit of history. A season-opening win at Georgia Tech gave the Spartans their f ir s t-ever win over an ACC team. UNCG also picked up big road wins out of conference at Fordham and UNC Wilmington. By year’s end, Hines became

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just the 97th player in college basketball history to record 2,000 points and 1,000 rebounds and just the sixth-ever to couple that duo with 300 or more career blocked shots. Hines also became just the fourth four-time All-SoCon selection in the last 50-plus years since all-league honors began. In 2008-09, with a roster that had no seniors on it, the Spartans finished with a 5-25 mark. Still, the Spartans swept the season-series with backyard rival Elon and split with Appalachian State. In March 1995, Dement left UNC Greensboro to become the head coach at Southern Methodist University. In nine seasons at SMU, Dement recorded a 138-120 mark on the court. His win total is fourth alltime at SMU and is just two wins shy of second. During his tenure, he was able to attract Texas recruits to SMU. In 11 seasons before Dement arrived at SMU, the Mustangs had only 11 Texas natives on their roster. In Dement’s nine seasons, the number jumped to 17, including 15 that were ranked as Top 45 recruits. Off the court, Dement’s teams had the second-best graduation rates in Division I in his last two seasons at SMU, trailing only Stanford. Fr om the 1996-97 season through 2002-03, Dement’s squads were .500 or better in seven straight seasons – a first in SMU men’s basketball histor y. In 1996-97, he was named Western Athletic Conference Coach of the Year by the Dallas Morning News and freshman Stephen Woods was named WAC Rookie of the Year. The following year, his team won its first 10 games, a school record for best start, and received votes in the Associated Press Top 25. In recording an 18-10 mark, the Mustangs also garnered their second-straight WAC Rookie of the Year when Jeryl Sasser received the honor. Sasser would eventually become the program’s first NBA firstround draft pick in 15 years during the summer of 2001. After having one of the youngest teams in the nation in 1998-99, SMU went to the NIT in 1999-2000. The Mustangs were 21-9, only the eighth 20-win season in school

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history, earning Dement District Coach of the Year honors from the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC). When his team won 18 games the following season, the 39 wins in two years were the most since 1987-88. In 2002-03, SMU went 17-13 as Quinton Ross was named WAC Player of the Year and Bryan Hopkins, a high school AllAmerican that Dement brought to SMU, garnered WAC Rookie of the Year honors. It was also the fifth time in seven years that the Mustangs received votes in the AP Top 25. In his first UNCG tenure, the Spartans improved each season. After winning just seven games as a Division I independent in 1991-92, UNCG won 10 games the following season while still playing without a conference. In Dement’s third season, UNCG’s first as a member of the Big South, the Spartans were 11-7 in their first conference season and finished in fifth place, just two games out of second. In 1994-95, the first season that UNCG was eligible to participate in the Big South Tournament, UNCG went 14-2 in the league, winning the conference regular season title. The Spartans, however, were upset by second-seeded Charleston Southern on a basket at the buzzer in the championship game. The following season, Dement went on to SMU, but his same core group of players, led by his former top assistant coach Randy Peele, won the Big South regular season and tournament titles and went to the NCAA Tournament. Dement attended Louisburg College and East Carolina as an undergrad. At Louisburg College, Dement helped his team to a second-place finish in Region X. He earned an Associate of Arts degree from Louisburg in 1974 and a Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Physical Education from East Carolina in 1976. Dement resides in Greensboro. He is married to Rhonda Rompola, the head women’s basketball coach at SMU. Dement has a son Michael, 27, who played for him while he was coach at SMU, and a daughter Emily, 19, who is a sophomore at East Carolina.

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Corey GIPSON

ASSOC. HEAD COACH second season at UNCG Austin Peay ‘04

Corey Gipson was elevated to the position of associate head coach this past summer. Gipson is in his second season on Mike Dement’s coaching staff at UNCG. Gipson was named to Dement’s staff as an assistant coach at UNCG on June 20, 2009. A strong recruiter, Gipson earned his promotion to associate head coach by rounding up a good porttion of the group of new faces on the Spartans’ roster this seasoon. Along with being the program’s top recruiter, Gipson will work with the frontcourt players this season. Gipson earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Austin Peay State University, earning the first in 2004 and completing his graduate work in 2005. He also earned an associate’s degree from Three Rivers Community College in Poplar Bluff, Mo., before transferring to Austin Peay. Before coming to UNCG, he spent four seasons on the staff at Division II Virginia State University in Petersburg, Va.. He coordinated the recruiting efforts for the Trojans under head coach Anthony Collins. As a player at Austin Peay, Gipson was a two-year starter at point guard, helping the Govs in becoming the top defensive team in the Ohio Valley Conference in 2002-03 and 2003-04. The Govs went 45-18 in his two seasons, including a perfect 27-0 mark at home. In his first game with Austin Peay, he led the way with 19 points as the Govs upset Memphis to begin a run that ended in an NCAA Tournament appearance. They were a perfect 16-0 in the OVC during his senior season. The Govs were upset in the OVC finals that year, but earned a spot in the NIT, downing Belmont in the opening round and nearly knocking off George Mason – just two years before the Patriots’ legendary Final Four run. A native of Silkeston, Mo., Gipson was a Missouri Mr. Basketball nominee as a senior at Richland HS, averaging 30.9 points per contest. He earned all-state honors that season.

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Wes MILLER ASST. COACH

first season at UNCG North Carolina ‘07

Wes Miller is in his first season as an assistant coach at UNCG. Miller, 27, is no stranger to the state of North Carolina, having played three seasons at North Carolina and spent the last two seasons as an assistant coach at Elon and High Point. A native of Charlotte, Miller also ran his own basketball camps in Charlotte and Greensboro for two summers. In three seasons as a player at North Carolina, Miller helped the Tar Heels to the national championship in 2005, two Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season championships and one ACC Tournament title. Miller was team captain as a senior in 2006-07, leading UNC to 31 wins and the NCAA Elite 8 as well as the ACC regular season title, ACC Tournament title and a final national ranking of No. 3. As a junior, Miller shot 44.1 percent from the 3-point line, which was seventh-best in a single season in the UNC record book. His 64 treys that season ranked eighth in the ACC. Miller earned the team’s Defensive Player of the Year and Most Improved Player awards that season, as well. “We are excited to have Wes joining our staff,” UNCG coach Mike Dement said upon hiring Miller. “He brings to the floor the knowledge and experience of a student-athlete that performed at the highest of levels. In addition, his personality as a player is reflected in the way he teaches the game and the work ethic he exhibits in recruiting. Wes has played for and worked with some of the finest coaches in the game and we expect him to bring that knowledge and experience to our staff.” A fan favorite at UNC, Miller authored a book entitled The Road to Blue Heaven, which was published as a diary of his experiences as a North Carolina basketball player. In addition to his success on the floor, Miller excelled off the court, earning ACC Academic Honor Roll recognition and the UNC Athletic Director’s Scholar Athlete-Award. He earned his degree in political science from North Carolina in 2007. Upon his graduation from North Carolina, Miller played one season of professional basketball for the London Capitals of the British Basketball League, where he averaged 19.6 points per game to rank eighth in the league. Miller was a prep standout at the New Hampton School in New Hampshire. He earned a scholarship to James Madison University, where he played one season before transferring to North Carolina to become a walk-on for Roy Williams’ squad. Miller began his coaching career as an assistant at Elon in 2008-09 under Ernie Nestor. He moved over to High Point last season under fellow Tar Heel alumn Scott Cherry.

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Kevin OLEKSIAK ASST. COACH

second year at UNCG UNCG ‘08

Former Spartan Kevin Oleksiak serves as an assistant coach this season. He returned to the university to serve as the program’s Director of Men’s Basketball Operations during the 2009-10 season before moving to a coaching position this summer. Named to his post August 4, 2009, Oleksiak played part of the 2008-09 season in France before returning to the United States. He sat in on some of the team’s practices and games as a volunteer in the latter part of the season. A native of Abbington, PA, Oleksiak scored 1,015 points in his UNCG career, ranking No. 15 all-time on the Spartan career scoring list. He is in the top 10 in steals, three-point attempts, three-pointers made, and free throw percentage. When he graduated, his 119 games played were tied for the most in school history. He still holds the single-game school record for three-pointers in a game with nine and steals with seven. Oleksiak graduated in 2008 with a degree in recreation, parks and tourism.

Brian JUDSKI

DIR. OF OPERATIONS fourth year at UNCG Clemson ‘92

Brian Judski is his fourth season on the staff at UNCG. He was hired onto the UNCG staff in August 2007, returning to the city of Greensboro where he had spent four seasons previously across town at Division III Guilford College. Judski, a 1992 graduate of Clemson, arrived at UNCG after spending three seasons at Georgia State as the Director of Basketball Operations. Judski had served in that position since June 2004. Prior to that, he spent two seasons on the staff at Furman (1997-99), four years at neighboring Guilford College (1999-2003) and one season at Miami Dade Junior College. Judski is also a veteran of the camp circuit. For six years he helped run Atlanta Hawks’ star Anthony Johnson’s basketball camp. He has also worked at Five-Star and also worked a two-week camp in Belgium in 2003.

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Brandon EVANS

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Senior (R) • Guard • 6-2 • 200 Jackson, Tenn. Liberty Tech HS [East Carolina] At UNCG Redshirt Junior Season (2009-10): Appeared in 29 games during his first active season with the Spartans... had a roller coaster first year with the Spartans, going 13 of 18 in double figures and then not scoring more than seven points in eight of his last nine contests... has a season-high 22 points at Richmond. Redshirt Sophomore Season (2008-09): Sat out the 2008-09 season per NCAA Transfer Regulations. Prior to UNCG East Carolina (2006-08): Played his first two seasons at East Carolina before transferring to UNCG in the summer of 2008... played in 50 contests in the two seasons, averaging 3.2 ppg as a combo guard for the Pirates.

Points Rebounds Assists Steals Blocks FGs Made FGs Attempts 3FGs Made 3FGs Att. FTs Made FTs Attempts Minutes

UNCG CAREER HIGH 22 at Richmond, 12/22 10 at USC Upstate, 11/24 3, three times 2, twice 1 vs. Elon, 1/28 8 at Richmond, 12/22 15 at Richmond, 12/22 3, twice 5 at USC Upstate, 11/24 8 twice 15 at USC Upstate, 11/24 34, twice

High School Averaged 19.8 points, 6.3 assists, and 4.2 assists as a senior at Liberty Technical High School to lead his team to the Tennessee 2A state championship... earned all-region honors as a junior and senior... named district MVP as a junior... helped Liberty High compile a 60-8 record during his two seasons there... two-year varsity letterman... played his freshman and sophomore seasons at Westover High School in Fayetteville, NC... served as a National Society officer... Honor Roll student... member of the Future Business Leaders of American and Student Government Association. Personal Brandon Lavelle Evans... born August 5, 1988 in Watertown, N.Y. ... son of Danny and Barbara Evans... youngest of three children... majoring in Economics.

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Year 2009-10

Brandon Evans’ UNCG Statistics GP 29

GS 11

Min Avg 573 19.8

SoCon Regular Season Year 2009-10

GP 16

GS Min Avg 2 256 16.0

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FG 75

FGA Pct 206 .364

3-FG 3-FGA 3-Pct 17 56 .304

FT 80

FTA 112

Pct .714

Off 55

Def 71

Tot 126

Avg 4.3

PF 43

FO 0

Ast 24

TO 58

Blk 1

Stl Pts Avg 12 247 8.5

FG 33

FGA Pct 86 .384

3-FG 3-FGA 3-Pct 8 22 .364

FT 27

FTA 40

Pct .675

Off 20

Def 28

Tot 48

Avg 3.0

PF 23

FO 0

Ast 12

TO 25

Blk 1

Stl Pts Avg 7 101 6.3

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Darrius SELLERS Junior (R) • Forward • 6-7 • 230 Smyrna, Ga. Campbell HS [Charis Prep, N.C.]

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At UNCG Redshirt Sophomore Season (2009-10): Appeared in 21 games, 20 of them off the bench (started opening night at Duke for his first career start)... scored a season-high four points on four occasions during the season, including against Georgia Southern in the regular season finale when he also had a season-high three rebounds in some key minutes due to foul trouble... also had four points in a season-high 14 minutes against Furman in the SoCon Tournament (in-which he also tied career-highs with three rebounds an 14 minutes). Sophomore Season (2008-09): Missed the 2008-09 season and obtained a medical redshirt after undergoing preseason leg surgery.

Points Rebounds Assists Steals Blocks FGs Made FG Attempts 3FGs Made 3FG Att. FTs Made FT Attempts Minutes

Freshman Season (2007-08): Appeared in 20 games during the regular season as a reserve post player... played double digit minutes on two occasions during the regular season (at Virginia Tech and at home against The Citadel)... had a season-high three points against USC Upstate and three rebounds against The Citadel.

CAREER HIGH 4, three times 3, twice 1 vs. Western Carolina, 2/15/10 1, seven times 2 vs. The Citadel, 1/7/08 2 at Duke, 11/13/09 5 vs. USC Upstate, 11/24/07 0 2 vs. The Citadel, 1/7/08 2 vs. Furman, 1/9/10 3 at Elon, 1/19/08 12, twice

Prior to UNCG Attended Charis Prep for two years... ranked the No. 13 player by NCPrepHoops.com in 2006-07... averaged 16 ppg at Charis Prep his first year and 12 points and 13 rebounds his second season... two-year letterwinner at Campbell HS in Georgia... earned All-Defensive Team honors as a senior... academic honor roll student at Campbell. Personal Darrius Antwan Sellers... born October 7, 1986 in College Park, Ga. ... son of Brenda Sellers... middle of three children... his older brother Carlos played football at West Georgia, while his younger sister Reckesia plays at Paine College... majoring in business management.

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Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

Darrius Sellers’ Career Statistics GP 21 21 42

GS 0 1 1

Min 97 121 218

SoCon Regular Season Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP 13 19 40

GS 0 1 1

Min 44 97 194

Avg 4.6 5.8 5.2

FG 3 8 11

FGA Pct 14 .214 12 .667 26 .423

3-FG 3-FGA 3-Pct FT FTA Pct 0 2 .000 2 5 .400 DNP - Injury Redshirt 0 0 .000 7 17 .412 0 2 .000 9 22 .409

Off 4 4 8

Def 7 12 19

Tot 11 16 27

Avg 0.5 0.8 0.6

PF 13 20 33

FO 0 0 0

Ast 0 1 1

TO 10 10 20

Blk 2 3 5

Stl Pts Avg 3 8 0.4 5 23 1.1 8 31 0.7

Avg 3.4 5.1 4.9

FG 1 7 10

FGA Pct 5 .200 11 .636 25 .400

3-FG 3-FGA 3-Pct FT FTA Pct 0 2 .000 1 3 .333 DNP - Injury Redshirt 0 0 .000 5 13 .385 0 2 .000 7 18 .389

Off 2 3 7

Def 5 9 16

Tot 7 12 23

Avg 0.5 0.6 0.6

PF 4 15 28

FO 0 0 0

Ast 0 1 1

TO 8 9 19

Blk 2 3 5

Stl Pts Avg 0 3 0.2 4 19 1.0 7 27 0.7

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Elhanan BONE Junior • Forward • 6-8 • 240 Sandersville, Ga. Washington County HS

At UNCG Sophomore Season (2009-10): Appeared in 21 games during the regular season, making two starts... had season-highs of six points and four rebounds at Richmond on Dec. 22... played 10 or more minutes six times during the season. Freshman Season (2008 09): Appeared in 21 Points games with 10 starts... Rebounds missed nine games Assists due to a pair of injuries Steals mid-season (ankle first, Blocks shoulder second)... had FGs Made his best game of the FG Attempts season on Dec. 6 against 3FGs Made College of Charleston 3FG Att. when he scored 12 points FTs Made in 19 minutes... played a FT Attempts season-high 27 minutes Minutes at East Carolina... nearly had a double-double with eight points and 10 rebounds at Kent State on Dec. 18.

CAREER HIGH 12 vs. Coll. of Charleston, 12/6/08 10 at Kent State, 12/18/08 2 vs. Elon, 2/28/09 3 vs. College of Charleston, 3/6/09 2, twice 4, twice 9 at NC State, 11/30/08 0 1 at NC State, 11/30/08 4 vs. College of Charleston, 12/6/08 4, four times 27 at East Carolina, 12/13/08

Prior to UNCG: Became the first player at Washington County HS in 16 years to sign a Division I scholarship offer... three-year starter at Washington County... named to the team’s best defensive player... averaged 8.5 points and 9.7 rebounds. Personal: Elhanan Jerahmeel Bone... born April 21, 1990... son of Dwight and Glenda Bone... third of four children... mother played basketball at Alabama... brother Chris played on the defensive line for Central Michigan’s football team... computer science major at UNCG.

Overall

Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

Elhanan Bone’s Career Statistics GP 21 21 42

GS Min Avg 10 343 16.3 2 149 7.1 12 492 11.7

SoCon Regular Season Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP 12 12 24

GS 6 0 6

Min Avg 185 15.4 61 5.1 246 10.3

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FG 30 12 42

FGA Pct 77 .390 33 .364 110 .382

3-FG 3-FGA 3-Pct 0 1 .000 0 3 .000 0 4 .000

FT 21 5 26

FTA 33 11 44

Pct .636 .455 .591

Off 31 12 43

Def 38 18 56

Tot 69 30 99

Avg 3.3 1.4 2.4

PF 59 27 86

FO 3 0 3

Ast 4 1 5

TO 26 9 35

Blk 9 3 12

Stl Pts Avg 7 81 3.9 4 29 1.4 11 110 2.6

FG 15 4 19

FGA Pct 34 .441 14 .286 48 .396

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

FT 12 1 13

FTA 19 5 24

Pct .632 .200 .542

Off 11 7 18

Def 21 7 28

Tot 32 14 46

Avg 2.7 1.2 1.9

PF 36 15 51

FO 2 0 2

Ast 2 0 2

TO 10 4 14

Blk 7 1 8

Stl Pts Avg 2 42 3.5 2 9 0.8 4 51 2.1

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Brandon DAVIS Junior (R) • Guard • 6-3 • 190 Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro Day [UNC Asheville]

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At UNCG Redshirt Sophomore Season (2009-10): Became eligible in mid-year after serving NCAA transfer rule penalty... played in three games during the season. Sophomore Season (2008-09): Transferred to UNCG mid-year after attending UNC Asheville in the first semester... because he did not play in any games CAREER HIGHS at UNCA and Points 0 then sat out Rebounds 1 vs. Wofford, 1/7/10 the second Assists 0 semester at Steals 0 UNCG, he uses Blocks 0 the season as FGs Made 0 his redshirt FGs Attempts 1 at Wofford, 2/6/10 season; he 3FGs Made 0 becomes 3FGs Att. 1 at Wofford, 2/6/10 eligible after FTs Made 0 the first FTs Attempts 0 semester. Minutes 1, three times At UNC Asheville Freshman Season (2007-08) Played in 15 games...made his collegiate debut against LeesMcRae and played a season-high 24 minutes, scoring three points to go with two assists and two steals... played 23 minutes against Brevard and tallied five points, two rebounds and three assists. Prior to UNCG Was a two-time all-state (NCISAA) and three-time all-league selection at nearby Greensboro Day School. Personal Brandon Rashad Davis... born Feb. 6, 1988... son of Russell and Brenda Davis... majoring in business management at UNCG.

Overall

Year 2009-10

Brandon Davis’ Career Statistics GP 3

GS 0

SoCon Regular Season Year 2009-10

GP 2

GS 0

Min 3

Avg 1.0

FG 0

FGA Pct 1 .000

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

FT 0

FTA 0

Pct .000

Off 1

Def 0

Tot 1

Avg 0.3

PF 0

FO 0

Ast 0

TO 3

Blk 0

Stl Pts Avg 0 0 0.0

Min 2

Avg 1.0

FG 0

FGA Pct 1 .000

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

FT 0

FTA 0

Pct .000

Off 1

Def 0

Tot 1

Avg 0.5

PF 0

FO 0

Ast 0

TO 2

Blk 0

Stl Pts Avg 0 0 0.0

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Robby DILMORE Sophomore (R) • Guard • 6-2 • 160 Pfafftown, N.C. Calvary Baptist HS [Northern Arizona]

3

At UNCG Redshirt Freshman Season (2009-10): Earned a spot on the team as a walk-on in the preseason... appeared in CAREER HIGHS two games. Points 0 Rebounds 0 Prior to UNCG: Assists 0 Attended Northern Steals 0 Arizona University Blocks 1 vs. Wofford, 1/7/10 last year but did not FGs Made 0 play basketball... left FGs Attempts 0 school at mid-year 3FGs Made 0 and decided to enroll 3FGs Att. 0 closer to home at FTs Made 0 UNCG, walking-on to FTs Attempts 0 the team this fall... Minutes 1, twice four-year letterwinner at Calvary Baptist in Winston-Salem... graduated as the school’s leader in assists and steals... honor roll student in high school... team had a 54-game home winning streak during his career. Personal Robert Bruce Dilmore... born June 7, 1989 in Greensboro... son of Robby and Tammy Dilmore... oldest of three children... grandfather played basketball at Cornell... majoring in media studies.

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Year 2009-10

Robby Dilmore’s Career Statistics GP 2

GS 0

SoCon Regular Season Year 2009-10

GP 1

GS 0

Min 2

Avg 1.0

FG 0

FGA Pct 0 .000

3-FG 3-FGA 3-Pct 0 0 .000

FT 0

FTA 0

Pct .000

Off 0

Def 0

Tot 0

Avg 0.0

PF 1

FO 0

Ast 0

TO 0

Blk 1

Stl Pts Avg 0 0 0.0

Min 1

Avg 1.0

FG 0

FGA Pct 0 .000

3-FG 3-FGA 3-Pct 0 0 .000

FT 0

FTA 0

Pct .000

Off 0

Def 0

Tot 0

Avg 0.0

PF 1

FO 0

Ast 0

TO 0

Blk 1

Stl Pts Avg 0 0 0.0

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Brian COLE Freshman • For./Ctr. • 6-8 • 220 Dacula, Ga. Dacula HS At UNCG Freshman Season (2009-10): Appeared in 30 games during his freshman season with three starts... played double-digit minutes in 28 of the 30 games... scored in double figures in five games, including back-to-back 10-point games against NC State and Maryland... had a seasonhigh 14 points on two occasions, including 14 points and a seasonhigh 8 rebounds in a win over Furman on Jan. 9.

Points Rebounds Assists Steals Blocks FGs Made FGs Attempts 3FGs Made 3FGs Att. FTs Made FTs Attempts Minutes

50

CAREER HIGHS 14, twice 8 vs. Furman, 1/9/10 1, three times 1, three times 3 vs. NC State, 12/31/09 6 vs. Furman, 1/9/10 13 vs. NC State, 12/31/09 1, three times 2, four times times 3 at Davidson, 2/24/10 4, twice 32 at Davidson, 2/24/10

Prior to UNCG Two-time all-region selection... was rated as one of the Top 40 in the nation by ESPN.com and one of the Top 30 seniors in the state of Georgia by Scout.com... 1,000-point scorer at Dacula HS (Class AAAAA)... averaged 19 points per game last season as a senior to earn all-region honors... averaged 16 points and eight rebounds as a junior. Personal Christopher Brian Cole... born Jan. 25, 1991... son of Rhett Cole and Lanita Stout... majoring in business at UNCG.

Overall

Year 2009-10

Brian Cole’s Career Statistics GP 30

GS 3

Min Avg 478 15.9

SoCon Regular Season Year 2009-10

GP 18

GS 1

Min Avg 278 15.4

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FG 65

FGA Pct 148 .439

3-FG 3-FGA 3-Pct 5 14 .357

FT 18

FTA 29

Pct .621

Off 24

Def 46

Tot 70

Avg 2.3

PF 68

FO 2

Ast 5

TO 30

Blk 18

Stl Pts Avg 6 153 5.1

FG 33

FGA Pct 76 .434

3-FG 3-FGA 3-Pct 3 7 .429

FT 9

FTA 14

Pct .643

Off 14

Def 31

Tot 45

Avg 2.5

PF 33

FO 0

Ast 3

TO 22

Blk 7

Stl Pts Avg 3 78 4.3

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Kyle RANDALL

Freshman • Guard • 5-11 • 165 Canfield, Ohio Kennedy Catholic HS [PA]

At UNCG Freshman Season (2009-10): Southern Conference All-Freshman selection... appeared in all 31 games with 28 starts... second on the team in scoring at 9.5 points per game... had two 20-point games in conference play, scoring 21 at Samford and 20 at home against Western Carolina... scored in double figures 14 times, including a string of five straight CAREER HIGHS at one point in league Points 21 at Samford, 12/5/09 play... had five games Rebounds 9 vs. Western Carolina, 2/15/10 with five or more assists Assists 6 vs. Chattanooga, 1/21/10 on the season... his 2.6 Steals 4 at Davidson, 2/24/10 assists per game ranked Blocks 1 vs. College of Charleston, 12/7/09 13th in the Southern FGs Made 9 at Samford, 12/5/09 Conference... his .788 FGs Attempts 18 vs. Western Carolina, 2/15/10 free throw percentage 3FGs Made 3 at Samford, 12/5/09 ranked eighth in the 3FGs Att. 6 at Samford, 12/5/09 league. FTs Made 8, twice FTs Attempts 10 vs. Furman, 1/9/10 Prior to UNCG Minutes 39 vs. Furman, 1/9/10 Associated Press Class A Player of the Year in the state of Pennsylvania at Kennedy Catholic in Hermitage, Pa. ... two-time all-state and three-time all-league selection... standout point guard in high school - rated as one of the Top 30 in the nation by ESPN.com last year and one of the Top 100 players in the country by MaxPreps... averaged 26.5 points per contest each of the last two seasons... graduated with a school record and Mercer County record 2,022 points in his career... scored 33 points in the Class A title game last year... his 26.5 points per game as a junior led the state in scoring... led team to the Class A Final Four three times in his high school career (team was 90-27 during his career). Personal Kyle Mychal Randall... born Sept. 10, 1991... son of Craig and Karla Randall... father played basketball at Westminster, while mother played at Kent State... middle of three children... majoring in business studies.

Overall

Year 2009-10

Kyle Randall’s Career Statistics GP 31

GS Min Avg FG 28 989 31.9 107

SoCon Regular Season Year 2009-10

GP 18

GS Min Avg 17 594 33.0

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FG 68

FGA Pct 320 .334

3-FG 3-FGA 3-Pct 13 64 .203

FT 67

FTA 85

Pct .788

Off 34

Def 58

Tot 92

Avg 3.0

PF 59

FO 0

Ast 80

TO 85

Blk 1

Stl Pts Avg 33 294 9.5

FGA Pct 190 .358

3-FG 3-FGA 3-Pct 9 40 .225

FT 47

FTA 59

Pct .797

Off 22

Def 36

Tot 58

Avg 3.2

PF 35

FO 0

Ast 53

TO 46

Blk 1

Stl Pts Avg 18 192 10.7

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Korey van DUSSEN Sophomore • Guard • 6-2 • 175 Zeeland, Mich. Zeeland East HS

11

At UNCG Freshman Season (2009-10): Appeared in all 31 games with eight starts as a freshman... played 10 or more minutes in 27 of the 31 games... scored in double figures in five games, including three straight against ACC teams (Wake Forest, NC State, Maryland). Prior to UNCG Finished third in the Mr. Michigan Basketball voting as a senior... two-time all-state selection and two-time Area Player CAREER HIGHS of the Year honoree... Points 13 vs. East Carolina, 11/28/09 led Zeeland East to a Rebounds 4, twice 27-1 mark as a senior Assists 5 vs. East Carolina, 11/28/09 and the school’s first Steals 3, twice regional crown in more Blocks 1 vs. NC State, 12/31/09 than 60 years, losing in FGs Made 5 vs. NC State, 12/31/09 the state title game... FGs Attempts 12 vs. Wake Forest, 12/28/09 averaged 20.1 points 3FGs Made 3 at Samford, 12/5/09 per game as a senior, 3FGs Att. 5 at Samford, 12/5/09 despite playing less FTs Made 5 vs. East Carolina, 11/28/09 than 20 minutes per FTs Attempts 5, twice game; shot 55 pct. from Minutes 33 at Samford, 12/5/09 the field and 88 pct. from the foul line... also averaged 6.1 assists per game... finished as the school’s all-time leader in scoring and assists... earned all-conference honors three times. Personal Korey Charles Van Dussen... born Dec. 15, 1990... son of Doug and Sue Van Dussen... youngest of three children... has not yet declared a major.

Overall

Year 2009-10

Korey Van Dussen’s Career Statistics GP 31

GS 8

Min Avg 513 16.5

SoCon Regular Season Year 2009-10

GP 18

GS 3

Min Avg 271 15.1

2 6 • P L AY E R B I O S

FG 51

FGA Pct 127 .402

3-FG 3-FGA 3-Pct 11 33 .333

FT 23

FTA 26

Pct .885

Off 10

Def 36

Tot 46

Avg 1.5

PF 44

FO 0

Ast 40

TO 46

Blk 1

Stl Pts Avg 21 136 4.4

FG 24

FGA Pct 59 .407

3-FG 3-FGA 3-Pct 6 19 .316

FT 5

FTA 6

Pct .833

Off 3

Def 26

Tot 29

Avg 1.6

PF 29

FO 0

Ast 17

TO 23

Blk 0

Stl Pts Avg 7 59 3.3

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Taylor HOFFER Freshman (R) • Forward • 6-7 • 215 Poulsbo, Wash. North Kitsap HS

51

Freshman Season (2009-10): Was a medical redshirt after undergoing leg surgery during the preseason. Prior to UNCG Ranked among the Top 30 players in the state of Washington... earned all-league honors the last two seasons and a spot in last year’s Class 3A / 4A All-State Game... averaged 15.7 points and 14 rebounds per contest this past season for North Kitsap, leading them to an 18-7 mark... set school record for career rebounds... Spartans got onto Hoffer through an old friend of UNCG associate head coach Rod Jensen; Al Gleich, a longtime coach in the area, had known Jensen from his days as an assistant coach and head coach at Boise State and called Jensen... honor student in high school with a 3.98 GPA. Personal Taylor Gordon Hoffer... born June 24, 1990... son of Rick and Linda Hoffer... youngest of five children... business major at UNCG.

Aaron BRACKETT Junior • Forward • 6-8 • 230 Virginia Beach, Va. Kempsville HS [Allegany CC]

41

Prior to UNCG Spent his last two seasons at Allegany CC in Maryland... earned NJCAA All-American honorable mention honors last season and was a first-team all-region and all-conference selection... averaged 12.2 points and 10 rebounds per game at Allegany last season, logging 10 double-doubles... had a season-high of 19 rebounds in a game and grabbed 17 on two other occasions last season... averaged 9.0 ppg and 8.1 rpg as a freshman... played football and also ran track at Kempsville HS in Virginia Beach, Va. Personal Aaron D’Sean Bracket... born March 14, 1990... son of Steven and Yvonne Bracket... youngest of three children... majoring in communications.

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Aloysius HENRY Junior • Forward • 6-10 • 235 Saint Lucia, Windward Islands Bocage Secondary School [Three Rivers CC / MCI]

13

Prior to UNCG Helped Three Rivers CC to the NJCAA national title game last season... averaged 11.5 ppg and 7.3 rpg... had 17 points and 13 rebounds in the national title game (overtime loss) against Howard College... set school career records in high school for points, rebounds and blocks at Bocage Secondary School back in St. Lucia and was the National Player of the Year... spent one year with the Windward Island National Team (2006)... played two prep seasons at MCI in Maine. Personal Aloysius (pronounced Uh-loy-shuhs) Marvin Henry... born Sept. 23, 1988... son of Lucias and Maria Henry... economics major.

Isaac SWINDELL

Freshman (R) • Forward • 6-7 • 242 High Point, N.C. Southwest Guilford HS [NC State]

10

Prior to UNCG Earned a spot on the team as a walk-on this season... attended NC State last year, but was not on the basketball roster... was a member of the basketball and cross country teams at Southwest Guilford... earned NCHSAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year as a sophomore... was an all-area honorable mention selection, averaging 17.8 ppg and 10.5 rpg as a senior. Personal James Isaac Swindell... born Aug. 3, 1991... son of James, Sr. and Anne Swindell... related by marriage to former Spartan basketball star Derrick Nix... psychology major at UNCG.

Kendall BETHEA

Freshman • Guard • 6-3 • 208 Lincolnton, N.C. East Lincoln HS

4

Prior to UNCG Earned a spot on the squad as a walk-on... played in North Carolina’s East-West All-Star game at the Greensboro Coliseum last summer... earned allconference as a junior and senior at East Lincoln. Personal Kendall Jamall Bethea... born July 7, 1992 in Richmond, Va.... son of Kenny and Clifidean Bethea... mother attended UNCG... has not yet declared a major.

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Cody HENEGAR Freshman • Forward • 6-9 • 200 South Pittsburg, Tenn. Marion County HS

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Prior to UNCG McDonalds All-American nominee and all-state selection at Marion County HS... was rated one of the top players in the state of Tennessee... logged a tripledouble in high school with 18 points, 23 rebounds and 11 blocks in a game as a junior... averaged a double-double his last two seasons at Marion County. Personal Cody Aaron Henegar... born Dec. 1, 1991 in Chattanooga, Tenn.... son of Vernon and Kellye Henegar... majoring in physical education at UNCG.

Tyler MCNEELY Freshman • Forward • 6-6 • 220 Princeton, N.J. Blair Academy

33

Prior to UNCG Earned a place on the team as a walk-on... helped team at Blair Academy to the State Prep Class A championship as a junior and a conference title as a senior... was also a member of the track team in the 200 meters and high jump.

1

Personal Tyler Anthony McNeely... born Sept. 10, 1990... son of Doug and Lori McNeely... sociology major at UNCG.

Drew PARKER Freshman • Guard • 6-2 • 178 LaPorte, Texas LaPorte HS

Prior to UNCG McDonald’s All-American nominee at LaPorte HS... led the state of Texas in assists as a senior and set the school’s career record with 963 in his four seasons... also set a school record for games played with 142... All-District selection all four years as team won the District title all four seasons... was ranked as one of the Top 20 seniors in the state last year. Personal Andrew James Parker... born April 24, 1992... son of Andrew and Sharion... father was a third-round pick in the 1979 NBA Draft (Washington) after a standout career at Iowa State; went on to play in the ABA... mother played at University of Houston and is a former high school basketball coach... business major at UNCG.

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Trevis SIMPSON Freshman • Guard • 6-4 • 186 Douglas, Ga. Coffee HS

15

Prior to UNCG Top 100 recruit out of Coffee HS... was a three-time all-region selection... versatile player with a 42-inch vertical leap... averaaged 16 ppg as a junior and better than 20 per contest as a senior at Coffee... scored 47 points in a region tournament game last year... played AAU ball with fellow freshman David Williams. Personal Trevis JeMar Simpson... born Sept. 5, 1991... son of Rod and Tonja Simpson... sociology major at UNCG.

David WILLIAMS Freshman • Forward • 6-6 • 200 Jacksonville, Fla. First Coast HS

00

Prior to UNCG All-conference selection at First Coast... played in the state all-star game... averaged 10.1 ppg, 8.8 rpg, 4.1 bpg as a senior... helped First Coast to a 23-3 mark in his senior season, the school’s best record ever... had 19 double-doubles as a junior and averaged 21 points and 11 rebounds. Personal Dwight David Williams... born Nov. 29, 1991... son of Dwight and Terrie Williams... majoring in sports medicine at UNCG.

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2009-10 GAME RESULTS Opponent

Date

Score

W/L

POINTS

REBOUNDS

ASSISTS

STEALS

BLOCKED SHOTS

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at Duke [9/8] at Virginia Tech CLEMSON [22/23] at USC Upstate EAST CAROLINA * at Samford * COLL OF CHARLESTON PRINCETON at Akron at Richmond [RV/RV} WAKE FOREST [RV/RV] NC STATE MARYLAND *WOFFORD *FURMAN * at Chattanooga * at Western Carolina *at Appalachian State *CHATTANOOGA *SAMFORD (at FLEMING) *ELON *at Furman *at Wofford *APPALACHIAN STATE *WESTERN CAROLINA *at Elon at The Citadel at Davidson *GEORGIA SOUTHERN vs Furman vs. Wofford

11/13 11/17 11/20 11/24

62-96 46-59 67-89 76-70

L L L W

(s) 9314 (s) 9693 5672 824

Att

19 - Stywall 10 - Koivisto 10 - Randall 17 - Evans 19 -Evans

8 - Stywall

2 - Van Dussen

1 - Brown

8 - Stywall 6 - Stywall 10 - Evans

4 - Randall 2 - Randall 2 - Toney 2 - Brown 2 - Van Dussen 4 - Randall

1 - four players 5 - Stywall 3 - Stywall

2 - Brown 2 - Stywall 2 - Brown 4- Brown

2, 18:51 - 1st 4, 7:53 - 1st 1, 18:22 - 1st 11, 5:00 - 2nd

36, 1:51 - 2nd 13, 3:07 - 2nd 31, 7:49 - 2nd 7, 5:10 - 1st

1 / 1 4/8 10 / 5 3 / 7

11/28 12/5 12/7 12/13 12/18 12/22 12/28 12/31 1/3 1/7 1/9 1/11 1/14 1/16 1/21 1/23 1/28 2/4 2/6 2/8 2/15 2/17 2/20 2/24 3/1 3/5 3/6

61-82 73-40 64-67 50-65 59-83 63-89 60-75 67-89 63-97 62-79 88-78 45-58 69-79 64-72 62-49 67-70 62-55 64-72 59-77 69-75 70-75 65-70 59-53 56-60 81-79 66-65 47-59

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

2231 663 2383 2079 2226 3127 4176 5072 3297 1565 1919 3253 3027 2162 2632 (s) 1854 3338 1041 2006 4198 3194 865 3024 3890 3566 4023 4806

19 - Toney 21 - Randall 21 - Stywall 14 - Stywall 14 - Evans 13 - Evans 22 - Evans 13 - Stywall 18 - Stywall 17 - Stywall 21 - Stywall 14 - Koivisto 14 - Cole 10 - Evans 24 - Stywall 19 - Stywall 15 - Koivisto 26 - Stywall 17 - Koivisto 17 - Toney 18 - Stywall 18 - Randall 20- Randall 22 - Stywall 19 - Stywall 16 - Toney 30- Stywall 13- Evans 18 - Stywall

5 - Stywall 5 - Evans 15 - Stywall 14 - Stywall 7 - Stywall 7 - Evans 7 - Evans 9 - Stywall 14 - Stywall 13 - Stywall 11 - Stywall 12 - Stywall 8 - Cole 9 - Stywall 14 - Stywall 12 - Stywall 15 - Stywall 19 - Stywall 9 - Stywall 13 - Stywall 8 - Stywall 12 - Stywall 9 - Stywall 9 - Randall 11 - Stywall 14 - Stywall 7 - Randall 11- Stywall 12- Stywall 11 - Stywall

5 - Van Dussen 4 - Van Dussen 3 - Randall 2 - Evans 2 - Randall 3 - Randall 3 - Evans 3 - Van Dussen 4 - Van Dussen 2 - Stywall 2 - Van Dussen 2 - Koivisto 2 - Randall 5 - Randall 2 - Stywall 2 - Randall 2 - Stywall 2 - Evans 3 - Koivisto 3 - Randall 6 - Randall 2 - Stywall 2 - Evans 4 - Koivisto 4 - Randall 5 - Randall 3 - Randall 2 - Randall 4 - Koivisto 5 - Randall 2 - Koivisto 3 - Toney 6- Toney 3- Koivisto 3 - Randall 2 - Koivisto 2 - Randall

1 - Bone 2 - Stywall 1 - Randall 1 - Stywall 1 - Cole None 1 - Bone 1 - Cole 2 - Cole 3 - Cole 1 - three players 1 - three players 2 -Cole 2 - Cole 5 - Brown 3 - Brown 3 - Brown 2 - Brown 6 - Brown 1 - Jackson 1 - Stywall 1 - Brown 1-three players 1 - three players 3 - Brown 2 - Brown 1- Brown 2 - Cole 4 - Brown

n/a 33, 1:08 - 2nd 2, 18:28 - 1st 3, 15:38 - 1st 2, 19:31 - 1st 8, 15:50 - 1st 3, 10:27 - 1st n/a n/a n/a 21, 3:10 - 1st 10, 2:59 - 1st 4, 11:14 - 1st 4, 3:28 - 1st 16, 1:22 - 2nd 13, 10:43 - 1st 15, 1:41 - 1st 17, 5:04 - 1st 19, 10:14 - 2nd 7, 15:13 - 2nd 13, 5:04 - 2nd n/a 8, 0:58 - 2nd 7, 11:19 - 2nd 20, 11:00 - 2nd 13, 3:01 - 1st 5, 16:59 - 1st

21, 0:09 - 2nd n/a 13, 16:10 - 2nd 17, 1:10 - 2nd 32, 3:51 - 2nd 26, 0:31 - 2nd 15, 8:44 - 2nd 22, 5:38 - 2nd 39, 5:43 - 2nd 22, 8:09 - 2nd n/a 15, 10:15 - 2nd 14, 3:17 - 2nd 11, 2:48, 2nd 16, 9:17 - 1st 10, 3:04 - 2nd n/a 12, 4:17 - 2nd 1, 16:40 - 1st 5, 8:29 - 1st 1 - 19:02, 1st 16, 18:22 - 2nd 6, 12:44 - 2nd 9, 10:08 - 1st 1, 17:16 - 1st n/a 16, 13:53 - 2nd

0/0 0 /1 1/3 5/3 1/2 3/4 4 / 4 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/1 2/4 8/5 1/1 7/4 0/0 7 / 2 1/0 13 / 12 4/1 0/0 15 / 6 2/2 2/3 0/1 2/3

* SoCon game

(s) game declared a sellout

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2 - three players 3 - Stywall 2 - Toney 1 - Stywall 1 - Cole 1 - four players 1 - five players 3 - Van Dussen 2 - Stywall 3 - Van Dussen 3 - Stywall 1 - three times 4 - Stywall 3 - Randall 2 - Stywall 2 - Smith 2 - Koivisto 2 - Koivisto 2 - Koivisto 3 - Stywall 2 - Stywall 1 - four players 2 - Toney 2 - Stywall 2 - Stywall 2 - Koivisto 2 - Stywall 4 - Randall 2 - Brown 2 - Randall 2 - Evans 2 - Randall 2 - Randall

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2009-10 STATISTICS ## 24

Player Ben Stywall Conference-Only...

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T otal FG 3 -pt FG Rebounds GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg 31 31 1051 33.9 161 331 .486 1 8 .125 121 180 .672 131 192 323 10.4 18 18 640 35.6 103 207 .498 1 6 .167 81 123 .659 82 122 204 11.3

PF 90 51

Kyle Randall Conference-Only...

31 28 989 31.9 107 320 .334 18 17 594 33.0 68 190 .358

13 9

64 .203 67 40 .225 47

85 .788 59 .797

34 22

58 36

92 58

3.0 3.2

59 35

0 80 85 0 53 46

1 33 294 9.5 1 18 192 10.7

04

Mikko Koivisto Conference-Only...

29 21 744 25.7 18 14 486 27.0

75 228 .329 56 165 .339

52 170 .306 46 38 123 .309 31

55 .836 38 .816

7 3

49 35

56 38

1.9 2.1

69 43

2 37 32 2 26 17

3 18 248 8.6 3 13 181 10.1

22

Brandon Evans Conference-Only...

29 11 573 19.8 16 2 256 16.0

75 206 .364 33 86 .384

17 8

56 .304 80 112 .714 22 .364 27 40 .675

55 20

71 126 28 48

4.3 3.0

43 23

0 24 58 0 12 25

1 12 247 8.5 1 7 101 6.3

15

Kendall Toney Conference-Only...

31 20 673 21.7 18 16 441 24.5

76 219 .347 53 151 .351

47 152 .309 13 34 103 .330 7

22 .591 12 .583

23 17

62 42

85 59

2.7 3.3

51 33

0 37 31 0 22 15

2 18 212 6.8 1 13 147 8.2

50

Brian Cole Conference-Only...

30 18

3 478 15.9 1 278 15.4

65 148 .439 33 76 .434

5 3

14 .357 18 7 .429 9

29 .621 14 .643

24 14

46 31

70 45

2.3 2.5

68 33

2 0

44

Pete Brown Conference-Only...

30 28 658 21.9 18 18 394 21.9

54 138 .391 36 83 .434

0 0

0 .000 33 0 .000 21

53 .623 32 .656

52 37

61 113 40 77

3.8 4.3

75 44

1 20 38 44 13 141 4.7 0 12 18 28 8 93 5.2

11

Korey Van Dussen Conference-Only...

31 18

8 513 16.5 3 271 15.1

51 127 .402 24 59 .407

11 6

33 .333 23 19 .316 5

26 .885 6 .833

10 3

36 26

46 29

1.5 1.6

44 29

0 40 46 0 17 23

1 21 136 4.4 0 7 59 3.3

21

Elhanan Bone Conference-Only...

21 12

2 149 0 61

7.1 5.1

12 4

33 .364 14 .286

0 0

5 1

11 .455 5 .200

12 7

18 7

30 14

1.4 1.2

27 15

0 0

1 0

9 4

3 1

4 29 1.4 2 9 0.8

14

Montel Smith Conference-Only...

26 14

2 163 1 83

6.3 5.9

7 2

27 .259 12 .167

2 0

12 .167 13 5 .000 9

19 .684 13 .692

5 2

12 5

17 7

0.7 0.5

26 17

0 0

9 4

9 1

0 0

5 29 1.1 3 13 0.9

02

Darrius Sellers Conference-Only...

21 9

1 121 0 40

5.8 4.4

8 4

12 .667 5 .800

0 0

0 .000 0 .000

7 2

17 .412 7 .286

4 2

12 4

16 6

0.8 0.7

20 8

0 0

1 10 1 4

3 1

5 23 1.1 3 10 1.1

55

Deangelo Jackson Conference-Only...

23 13

0 0

75 49

3.3 3.8

5 4

11 .455 7 .571

0 0

0 .000 0 .000

0 0

0 .000 0 .000

3 2

5 5

8 7

0.3 0.5

18 10

0 0

0 0

3 1

2 2

3 10 0.4 2 8 0.6

13

Brandon Davis Conference-Only...

3 2

0 0

3 2

1.0 1.0

0 0

1 .000 1 .000

0 0

1 .000 1 .000

0 0

0 .000 0 .000

1 1

0 0

1 1

0.3 0.5

0 0

0 0

0 0

3 2

0 0

0 0

0 0.0 0 0.0

03

Robby Dilmore Conference-Only...

2 1

0 0

2 1

1.0 1.0

0 0

0 .000 0 .000

0 0

0 .000 0 .000

0 0

0 .000 0 .000

0 0

0 0

0 0

0.0 0.0

1 1

0 0

0 0

0 0

1 1

0 0

0 0.0 0 0.0

20

Mike Hardiman Conference-Only...

6 3

0 0

8 4

1.3 1.3

0 0

2 .000 2 .000

0 0

2 .000 2 .000

0 0

1 .000 1 .000

0 0

0 0

0 0

0.0 0.0

1 1

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0.0 0 0.0

TM

TEAM................ Conference-Only...

58 137 38 81

4.4 4.5

1 0

11 8

Total.......... Conference-Only...

31 18

696 1803 .386 148 515 .287 426 610 .698 440 680 1120 36.1 593 420 1058 .397 99 329 .301 240 350 .686 255 419 674 37.4 343

6 286 444 97 186 1966 63.4 2 172 231 58 109 1179 65.5

Opponents...... Conference-Only...

31 18

791 1707 .463 220 622 .354 424 632 .671 339 751 1090 35.2 537 412 963 .428 138 399 .346 246 367 .670 190 427 617 34.3 305

- 423 433 149 242 2226 71.8 5 228 256 72 119 1208 67.1

SCORE BY PERIODS: UNCG Opponents DEADBALL REBOUNDS: UNCG Opponents

1st 903 1025

2nd 1063 1201

3 .000 1 .000

79 43

FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1 32 79 18 48 444 14.3 0 22 45 12 30 288 16.0

5 30 18 3 22 7

6 153 5.1 3 78 4.3

0 0

Total 1966 2226

OFF DEF TOTAL 91 8 99 98 9 107

UNCG MEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

2009 SEASON REVIEW • 33


CAREER RECORDS SCORING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

Kyle Hines (2004-08)_______________ 2147 Jay Joseph (2000-04)_______________1646 James Maye (1998-2003)_ __________ 1574 Ricky Hickman (2003-07)____________1544 Scott Hartzell (1992-96)_ ___________1539 Yusuf Stewart (1989-92)_ ___________ 1514 Bruce Shaw (1968-73)______________1401 Courtney Eldridge (1998-2002)_ ______1329 Ron Sheppard (1985-89)____________1321 Ben Stywall (2006-10)______________1245 Mikko Koivisto (2006-10)____________ 1178 Derrick Nix (1994-98)_ _____________1135 Ronnie Burrell (2002-06)____________1088 Brian Brunson (1992-96)____________1076 Mark Bullock (1974-78)_____________1072 Kevin Oleksiak (2004-08)____________1015 Nathan Jameson (1997-2001)_ _______1038 Demetrius Cherry (1995-2000)________1004 Eric Cuthrell (1992-96)_ _____________983 Steve Robbins (1969-73)_____________982 Ronnie Taylor (2000-04)______________902 Sherman Bowden (1976-79)___________900 Esker Tatum (1979-83)_______________887 David Schuck (2000-02)_ ____________864 William Powell (1981-85)_____________864 David Whiteside (1979-81)____________844 Jeremy Davis (1993-97)______________829 Joe Monroe (1983-85)_______________824 Ron Estes (1970-73)_ _______________812 Frazier Bryant (1985-87)_ ____________810

REBOUNDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

Kyle Hines (2004-08)_______________1047 Ben Stywall (2006-10)_______________961 Bruce Shaw (1968-72)_______________933 Eric Cuthrell (1992-96)_ _____________859 Demetrius Cherry (1995-00)___________722 James Maye (1998-03)_ _____________649 Ronnie Burrell (2001-05)_____________576 Brian Brunson (1992-96)_____________531 Jonathan Clifton (1992-96)_ __________530 Hubert Mitchell (1979-83)____________493 Jay Joseph (2000-04)________________ 474 Verdel Ellis (1986-89)_ ______________470 David Schuck (2000-02)_ ____________466 Larry Gilbert (1995-99)_ _____________449 Yusuf Stewart (1988-93)_ ____________447 Kelvin Huggins (1981-83)_____________438 Josh Gross (2001-05)________________431 Ron Sheppard (1985-89)_____________423 Steve Hunter (1987-91)_ _____________381 Rick Lloyd (1982-85)________________379 Ricky Hickman (2003-07)_____________377 Luke Boythe (1998-03)_ _____________362 Marty Kornegay (1989-93)____________340 Jeremy Davis (1995-99)______________339 Marvin Dawson (1987-89)_ ___________337 Kendall Toney (2006-10)_ ____________336 Skeet Woolard (1992-96)_____________324 Esker Tatum (1979-83)_______________316 Scott Hartzell (1992-96)_ ____________315 Sam Brinson (1998-00)______________314

NOTE: 34 players have collected 300 career rebounds.

CAREER REBOUNDS (DIV. I ERA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kyle Hines (2004-08)_______________1047 Ben Stywall (2006-10)_______________961 Eric Cuthrell (1992-96)_ _____________859 Demetrius Cherry (1995-00)___________722 James Maye (1998-03)_ _____________649

34 • RECORDS

GAMES PLAYED

1. 3. 4. 5. 8. 10. 12. 13. 17. 19. 21. 22. 23. 26. 28.

Ben Stywall (2006-10)_______________122 Kendall Toney (2006-10)_ ____________122 Pete Brown (2006-10)_______________121 Kyle Hines (2004-08)________________120 Kevin Oleksiak (2004-08)_____________119 Jay Joseph (2000-04)________________119 James Maye (1998-2003)_ ___________119 Dwayne Johnson (2004-08)_ __________118 Mikko Koivisto (2006-10)_____________118 Ricky Hickman (2003-07)_____________116 Courtney Eldridge (1998-2002)_ _______116 Luke Boythe (1998-2003)_ ___________114 Jeremy Davis (1993-97)______________113 Eric Cuthrell (1992-96)_ _____________113 Scott Hartzell (1992-96)_ ____________113 Brian Brunson (1992-96)_____________113 Larry Gilbert (1994-98)_ _____________112 Tony Daughtry (1993-97)_ ____________112 Josh Gross (2001-05)________________111 Skeet Woolard (1992-96)_____________ 111 Yusuf Stewart (1989-93)_ ____________108 Ronnie Burrell (2001-05)_____________107 Demetrius Cherry (1995-2000)_________106 Jonathan Clifton (1992-96)_ __________106 Keyford Langley (1988-92)____________106 Ricardo Trevisian (1996-2000)_________105 Derrick Nix (1994-98)_ ______________105 Geoff Williams (1997-2001)___________104 Ron Sheppard (1985-89)_____________104

GAMES PLAYED (DIV. I ERA) 1. 3. 4. 5.

Ben Stywall (2006-10)_______________122 Kendall Toney (2006-10)_ ____________122 Pete Brown (2006-10)_______________121 Kyle Hines (2004-08)________________120 Kevin Oleksiak (2004-08)_____________119 Jay Joseph (2000-04)________________119 James Maye (1998-2003)_ ___________119

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

Kyle Hines (2004-08)________________882 Jay Joseph (2000-04)________________596 James Maye (1998-2003)_ ___________558 Ron Sheppard (1985-89)_____________549 Yusuf Stewart (1989-93)_ ____________520 Ricky Hickman (2004-08)_____________483 Scott Hartzell (1992-96)_ ____________470 Courtney Eldridge (1998-2002)_ _______441 Ben Stywall (2006-10)_______________439 Brian Brunson (1992-96)_____________430

KYLE HINES

FIELD GOALS

FIELD GOALS (DIV. I ERA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kyle Hines (2004-08)________________882 Jay Joseph (2000-04)________________596 James Maye (1998-2003)_ ___________558 Ricky Hickman (2003-07)_____________483 Scott Hartzell (1992-96)_ ____________470

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

Kyle Hines (2004-08)_______________1509 Jay Joseph (2000-04)_______________1335 James Maye (1998-2003)_ __________1268 Ricky Hickman (2003-07)____________1211 Yusuf Stewart (1989-93)_ ___________1199 Scott Hartzell (1992-96)_ ___________1061 Ron Sheppard (1985-89)____________1043 Derrick Nix (1994-98)_ _____________ 1016 Courtney Eldridge (1998-2002)_ ______1007 Mikko Koivisto (2006-10)_____________936

FIELD GOAL ATT.

COURTNEY ELDRIDGE

U N C G S PA R TA N S . C O M


FIELD GOAL ATT. (DIV. I ERA)

3-PT. PCT. (DIV. I ERA)

FIELD GOAL PCT. (MIN. 250 ATT.)

NOTE: Min. 100 attempts

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kyle Hines (2004-08)_______________1509 Jay Joseph (2000-04)_______________1335 James Maye (1998-2003)_ __________1268 Ricky Hickman (2003-07)____________1211 Scott Hartzell (1992-96)_ ___________1061

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

Verdel Ellis (1986-89)______ .641 (305-476) David Whiteside (1979-81)___ .623 (321-515) Steve Hunter (1987-91)_ ____ .607 (316-521) Kyle Hines (2004-08)______ .584 (882-1509) Marvin Dawson (1987-89)_ __ .580 (319-550) Eric Cuthrell (1992-96)_ ____ .571 (368-645) Luke Boythe (1998-2003)_ __ .569 (182-320) Robert Bryant (1985-86)_ ___ .561 (275-490) Esker Tatum (1980-84)_____ .556 (389-695) Jonathan Clifton (1992-96)_ _ .555 (276-497)

FG PCT. (DIV. I ERA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kyle Hines (2004-08)______ .584 (882-1509) Eric Cuthrell (1992-96)_ ____ .571 (368-645) Luke Boythe (1998-2003)_ __ .569 (182-320) Jonathan Clifton (1992-96)_ _ .555 (276-497) Marty Kornegay (1991-93)___ .523 (146-279)

NOTE: Min. 250 attempts

3-PT. FIELD GOALS

KEVIN OLEKSIAK

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

Scott Hartzell (1992-96)_ ____________309 Mikko Koivisto (2006-10)_____________263 Jay Joseph (2000-04)________________261 Kendall Toney (2006-10)_ ____________202 Nathan Jameson (1997-2001)_ ________188 Derrick Nix (1994-98)_ ______________166 Ricky Hickman (2003-07)_____________163 Skeet Woolard (1992-96)_____________154 James Maye (1998-2003)_ ___________153 Kevin Oleksiak (2004-08)_____________146

3-PT FIELD GOALS (DIV. I ERA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Scott Hartzell (1992-96)_ ____________309 Mikko Koivisto (2006-10)_____________263 Jay Joseph (2000-04)________________261 Kendall Toney (2006-10)_ ____________202 Nathan Jameson (1997-2001)_ ________188

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

Mikko Koivisto (2006-10)_____________705 Scott Hartzell (1992-96)_ ____________704 Jay Joseph (2000-04)________________665 Kendall Toney (2006-10)_ ____________573 Ricky Hickman (2003-07)_____________557 Derrick Nix (1994-98)_ ______________464 Nathan Jameson (1997-2001)_ ________454 Kevin Oleksiak (2004-08)_____________452 James Maye (1998-2003)_ ___________409 Yusuf Stewart (1989-93)_ ____________396

3-PT. FIELD GOAL ATT.

3-PT. FIELD GOAL ATT. (DIV. I ERA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Mikko Koivisto (2006-10)_____________705 Scott Hartzell (1992-96)_ ____________704 Jay Joseph (2000-04)________________665 Kendall Toney (2006-10)_ ____________573 Ricky Hickman (2003-07)_____________557

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

Keyford Langley (1988-92)___ .467 (100-214) Scott Hartzell (1992-96)_ ___ .439 (309-704) Nathan Jameson (1997-2001)_.414 (188-454) Tony Daughtry (1993-97)_ ____ .407 (87-214) Jay Joseph (2000-04)_______ .392 (187-465) Mikko Koivisto (2006-current)_ .373 (263-705)

3-PT. PCT.

RICKY HICKMAN

UNCG MEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

NOTE: Min. 100 attempts

1. 2. 3, 4. 5.

Scott Hartzell (1992-96)_ ___ .439 (309-704) Keyford Langley (1991-92)____ .432 (48-111) Nathan Jameson (1997-2001)_.414 (188-454) Tony Daughtry (1993-97)_ ____ .407 (87-214) Jay Joseph (2000-04)_______ .392 (187-465)

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

Kyle Hines (2004-08)________________419 Ricky Hickman (2003-07)_____________415 Courtney Eldridge (1998-2002)_ _______395 Ben Stywall (2006-10)_______________350 Yusuf Stewart (1989-93)_ ____________341 James Maye (1998-2003)_ ___________ 311 Ronnie Burrell (2001-05)_____________302 Scott Hartzell (1992-96)_ ____________290 David Schuck (2000-02)_ ____________289 Eric Cuthrell (1992-96)_ _____________247

FREE THROWS (DIV. I ERA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kyle Hines (2004-08)________________419 Ricky Hickman (2003-07)_____________415 Courtney Eldridge (1998-2002)_ _______395 Ben Stywall (2006-10)_______________350 James Maye (1998-2003)_ ___________ 311

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

Kyle Hines (2004-08)________________715 Ricky Hickman (2003-07)_____________596 Ben Stywall (2006-10)_______________549 Courtney Eldridge (1998-2002)_ _______544 Yusuf Stewart (1989-93)_ ____________481 Eric Cuthrell (1992-96)_ _____________430 James Maye (1998-2003)_ ___________408 Ron Sheppard (1985-89)_____________406 Ronnie Burrell (2001-05)_____________380 David Schuck (2000-02)_ ____________361

FREE THROW ATT.

FREE THROW ATT. (DIV. I ERA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kyle Hines (2004-08)________________715 Ricky Hickman (2003-07)_____________596 Ben Stywall (2006-10)_______________549 Courtney Eldridge (1998-2002)_ _______544 Eric Cuthrell (1992-96)_ _____________430

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

David Whiteside (1979-81)___ .860 (202-235) Mikko Koivisto (2006-10)____ .856 (185-216) Nathan Jameson (1997-2001)_.856 (214-250) Scott Hartzell (1992-96)_ ___ .855 (290-339) David Schuck (2000-02)_ ___ .800 (289-361) Ronnie Burrell (2001-05)____ .795 (302-380) Jay Joseph (2000-2004)_____ .785 (193-246) Kevin Oleksiak (2004-08)____ .765 (221-289) James Maye (1998-2003)_ __ .762 (311-408)

FT PCT.

NOTE: Min. 150 attempts

FT PCT. (DIV. I ERA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Mikko Koivisto (2006-10)____ .856 (185-216) Nathan Jameson (1997-2001)_.856 (214-250) Scott Hartzell (1992-96)_ ___ .855 (290-339) David Schuck (2000-02)_ ___ .800 (289-361) Ronnie Burrell (2001-05)____ .795 (302-380)

NOTE: Min. 150 attempts

STEALS (SINCE 1986-87) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Ricky Hickman (2003-07)_____________236 Courtney Eldridge (1998-2002)_ _______226 Kyle Hines (2004-08)________________185 Ron Sheppard (1985-89) *___________152 Ben Stywall (2006-10)_______________ 141 Keyford Langley (1988-92)____________140

RECORDS • 35


7. 8. 9. 10.

Jay Joseph (2000-2004)______________139 Kevin Oleksiak (2004-08)_____________131 Derrick Nix (1993-97)________________131 Eric Cuthrell (1992-96)_ _____________127

*denotes incomplete total

STEALS (DIV. I ERA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ricky Hickman (2003-07)_____________236 Courtney Eldridge (1998-2002)_ _______226 Kyle Hines (2004-08)________________185 Ben Stywall (2006-10)_______________ 141 Jay Joseph (2000-2004)______________139

ASSISTS (SINCE 1980-81) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Courtney Eldridge (1998-2002)_ _______584 Scott Hartzell (1992-96)_ ____________552 Dwayne Johnson (2004-08)_ __________427 Derrick Nix (1993-97)________________421 William Powell (1982-86)_____________ 414 Ronnie Taylor (2000-04)______________332 Ricky Hickman (2003-07)_____________273 Keyford Langley (1988-92)____________267 Greg Myrick (1985-88) *_ ____________262 Kevin Oleksiak (2004-08)_____________233 Chris Sloan (1979-83) *______________216 James Maye (1998-2003)_ ___________202 Mikko Koivisto (2006-10)_____________190 Yusuf Stewart (1989-93)_ ____________188 Jay Joseph (2000-04)________________168

*denotes incomplete total

ASSISTS (DIV. I ERA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Courtney Eldridge (1998-2002)_ _______584 Scott Hartzell (1992-96)_ ____________552 Dwayne Johnson (2004-08)_ __________427 Derrick Nix (1993-97)________________421 Ronnie Taylor (2000-04)______________332

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

Kyle Hines (2004-08)________________349 Eric Cuthrell (1992-96)_ _____________183 Jonathan Clifton (1992-96)_ __________122 Pete Brown (2006-10)________________83 Larry Gilbert (1995-99)_ ______________81 Ronnie Burrell (2001-05)______________77 Ben Stywall (2006-10)________________75 Sam Brinson (1998-2000)_____________71 David Schuck (2000-02)_ _____________70 Josh Gross (2001-05)_________________67

BLOCKS (SINCE 1988-89)

BLOCKS (DIV. I ERA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kyle Hines (2004-08)________________349 Eric Cuthrell (1992-96)_ _____________183 Jonathan Clifton (1992-96)_ __________122 Pete Brown (2006-10)________________83 Larry Gilbert (1995-99)_ ______________81

DOUBLE-DOUBLES (SINCE 1984) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kyle Hines (2004-08)_________________45 Ben Stywall (2006-10)________________27 Demetrius Cherry (1995-2000)__________27 Eric Cuthrell (1992-96)_ ______________21 Verdell Ellis (1986-89)________________18 Ronnie Burrell (2001-05)______________13 David Schuck (2000-02)_ _____________13 Marvin Dawson (1987-89)_ ____________10 Larry Gilbert (1994-98)_ _______________7 James Maye (1998-2003)_ _____________6

1. 2. 3. 4.

Kyle Hines (2004-08)______________ 18.23 Yusuf Stewart (1989-93)_ __________ 14.02 David Schuck (2000-02)_ __________ 13.94 Jay Joseph (2000-04)______________ 13.83

SCORING AVERAGE (SINCE 1979-80)

36 • RECORDS

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

Yusuf Stewart (1989-92)_ __________ 13.72 Scott Hartzell (1992-96)_ __________ 13.62 Ricky Hickman (2003-07)___________ 13.31 James Maye (1998-2003)_ _________ 13.23 Ron Sheppard (1985-89)___________ 12.70 Courtney Eldridge (1998-2002)_ _____ 11.46

NOTE: Min. 75 games played

SCORING AVERAGE (DIV. I ERA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kyle Hines (2004-08)______________ 18.23 David Schuck (2000-02)_ __________ 13.94 Jay Joseph (2000-04)______________ 13.83 Yusuf Stewart (1989-92)_ __________ 13.72 Scott Hartzell (1992-96)_ __________ 13.62

NOTE: Min. 75 games played

GAMES SCORING 10+ POINTS

1. 2. 3. 4.

Kyle Hines (2004-08)________________113 Jay Joseph (2000-04)_________________88 James Maye (1998-2003)_ ___________*81 Ricky Hickman (2003-07)______________74

* includes three games during redshirt season

GAMES SCORING 30+ POINTS

1. 2. 2. 4.

Bruce Shaw (1968-73)_________________8 Kyle Hines (2004 - current)______________6 Robert Bryant (1985-86)_ ______________5 Marvin Dawson (1987-89)_ _____________4

CAREER STREAKS CONSEC. DOUBLE-DIGIT SCORING

Kyle Hines (Dec. 19, 2005-Mar. 9, 2008)***____81 Ricky Hickman (Mar. 5, 2005-Feb. 25, 2006) **_ 27 Robert Bryant (Nov. 22, 1985-Feb. 21, 1986) +_ _26 Yusuf Stewart (Dec. 16, 1991-Dec. 1, 1992) **_ _21 Demetrius Cherry (Dec. 20, 1997-Nov. 14, 1998) **_20 Ron Sheppard (Jan. 27, 1987-Jan. 16, 1988) **_ 18 John Baker (Nov. 26, 1984-Feb. 20, 1985)______18 Frazier Bryant (Jan. 10, 1987-Feb. 28, 1987)____17 Joe Monroe (Nov. 22, 1983-Feb. 22, 1984)_____16 Marvin Dawson (Jan. 10, 1989-Mar. 4, 1989)____14

CHUCK FORTNEY

** Streak spanned two seasons + Streak spanned entire season ***Streak spanned three season; was longest in nation when he graduated

CONSEC. WITH A 3-PT. FIELD GOAL

Scott Hartzell (2/21/1994 - 1/13/1996) +_____42 Mikko Koivisto (12/8/2007 - 12/20/2008) +___33 Nathan Jameson (11/18/1998 - 2/25/1999)___26 Ricky Hickman (11/22/2005 - 2/25/2006)____25 Jay Joseph (2/23/2002 - 2/11/2003) +_______23 Jay Joseph (2/18/2003 - 1/19/2004) +_______22 Kendall Toney (12/22/2009 - 2/24/2010)_____19 Keyford Langley (12/4/1991 - 2/8/1992)_ ____18 Yusuf Stewart (12/16/1991 - 2/25/1992)_____18 Mikko Koivisto (1/29/2007 - 12/1/2007) +____15 + streak spans multiple seasons

CONSEC. WITH A BLOCKED SHOT

Kyle Hines (2/19/2005 - 11/13/2006)_ ______37

INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS POINTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Robert Bryant (1985-86)_ ____________657 Kyle Hines (2006-07)________________605 Kyle Hines (2007-08)________________596 Kyle Hines (2005-06)________________578 Marvin Dawson (1988-89)____________547 Yusuf Stewart (1990-91)_ ____________539 Ricky Hickman (2005-06)_____________524 Frazier Bryant (1986-87)_ ____________ 511

BRUCE SHAW

U N C G S PA R TA N S . C O M


9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

David Whiteside (1979-80)____________498 Joe Monroe (1983-84)_______________483 Jay Joseph (2003-04)________________477 James Maye (2002-03)_ _____________ 474 Scott Hartzell (1994-95)_ ____________456 Courtney Eldridge (2000-01)_ _________453 Ronnie Burrell (2004-05)_____________451 David Schuck (2000-01)_ ____________449 Ron Sheppard (1987-88)_____________446 Ben Stywall (2009-10)_______________444 Ricky Hickman (2004-05)_____________436 Ricky Hickman (2006-07)_____________430

NOTE: 400 points in a season has been achieved 29 times by 18 players.

RECORDS BY CLASS: FRESHMAN 1. 2. 3.

Jay Joseph (2000-01)________________412 Kyle Hines (2004-05)________________408 Scott Hartzell (1992-93)_ ____________363

SOPHOMORE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kyle Hines (2005-06)________________578 Yusuf Stewart (1990-91)_ ____________539 Verdel Ellis (1987-88)_ ______________409 Ron Sheppard (1986-87)_____________381 James Maye (1999-2000)_ ___________ 374

JUNIOR 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kyle Hines (2006-07)________________605 Ricky Hickman (2005-06)_____________524 David Whiteside (1980-81)____________498 Joe Monroe (1983-84)_______________483 Scott Hartzell (1994-95)_ ____________456

SENIOR 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Robert Bryant (1986-87)_ ____________657 Kyle Hines (2007-08)________________596 Marvin Dawson (1988-89)____________547 Frazier Bryant (1986-87)_ ____________ 511 Jay Joseph (2003-04)________________477

3 CONSEC. SEASONS WITH 500 PTS.

Kyle Hines_________ 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08

3 CONSEC. SEASONS WITH 500 PTS.

Kyle Hines_________ 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08

4 CONSEC. SEASONS WITH 400 PTS.

Kyle Hines_ 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08

3 CONSEC. SEASONS WITH 400 PTS.

Kyle Hines_ 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08 Ricky Hickman______ 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07

3 SEASONS WITH 400 PTS.

Kyle Hines_ 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08 Ricky Hickman______ 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07 Jay Joseph_________ 2000-01, 2002-03, 2003-04

POINTS (DIV. I ERA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kyle Hines (2006-07)________________605 Kyle Hines (2007-08)________________596 Kyle Hines (2005-06)________________578 Ricky Hickman (2005-06)_____________524 Jay Joseph (2003-04)________________477 James Maye (2002-03)_ _____________ 474 Scott Hartzell (1994-95)_ ____________456 Courtney Eldridge (2000-01)_ _________453 Ronnie Burrell (2004-05)_____________451 David Schuck (2000-01)_ ____________449

POINTS PER GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Robert Bryant (1985-86)_ ___________ 24.3 Kyle Hines (2006-07)_______________ 20.9 Yusuf Stewart (1990-91)_ ___________ 20.7 Marvin Dawson (1988-89)___________ 20.3 Kyle Hines (2005-06)_______________ 19.3 Kyle Hines (2007-08)_______________ 19.2 Ricky Hickman (2005-06)____________ 18.7 Joe Monroe (1983-84)______________ 18.6 Frazier Bryant (1986-87)_ ___________ 18.3 Rick Lloyd (1984-85)_______________ 18.0

NOTE: 17 players account for the 20 times someone has averaged 15.0 ppg or better.

POINTS PER GAME (DIV. I ERA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kyle Hines (2005-06)_______________ 19.3 Kyle Hines (2007-08)_______________ 19.2 Ricky Hickman (2005-06)____________ 18.7 Jay Joseph (2003-04)_______________ 17.0 James Maye (2002-03)_ ____________ 16.3

30-POINT GAMES 1. 3.

Kyle Hines (2006-07)__________________5 Robert Bryant (1985-86)_ ______________5 Marvin Dawson (1988-89)______________3

FIELD GOALS

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

Robert Bryant (1985-86)_ ____________275 Kyle Hines (2005-06)________________239 Kyle Hines (2007-08)________________235 Kyle Hines (2006-07)________________233 Frazier Bryant (1986-87)_ ____________226 Marvin Dawson (1988-89)____________220 Joe Monroe (1983-84)_______________216 Yusuf Stewart (1990-91)_ ____________195 David Whiteside (1979-80)____________189 Ron Sheppard (1987-88)_____________183

DERRICK NIX

NOTE: 21 players account for the 27 times someone has recorded 150 FGs in a season. FRESHMAN RECORD: Kyle Hines (2004-05)____175

FIELD GOALS (DIV. I ERA)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kyle Hines (2005-06)________________239 Kyle Hines (2006-07)________________233 Kyle Hines (2006-07)________________233 James Maye (2002-03)_ _____________177 Kyle Hines (2004-05)________________175

FIELD GOAL ATT.

1. Robert Bryant (1985-86)_ ____________490 2. Frazier Bryant (1986-87)_ ____________452 3. Kyle Hines (2007-08)________________423 4. Kyle Hines (2006-07)________________420 5. Joe Monroe (1983-84)_______________412 6. Yusuf Stewart (1990-91)_ ____________406 7. Ricky Hickman (2005-06)_____________404 8. James Maye (2002-03)_ _____________399 9. Jay Joseph (2003-04)________________390 10. Kyle Hines (2005-06)________________384 NOTE: 16 players account for the 24 times someone has attempted 300 FGAs in a season.

FIELD GOAL ATT. (DIV. I ERA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kyle Hines (2007-08)________________423 Kyle Hines (2006-07)________________420 Ricky Hickman (2005-06)_____________404 James Maye (2002-03)_ _____________399 Jay Joseph (2003-04)________________390

FIELD GOAL PCT. (MIN. 100 ATT.) 1. 2.

Steve Hunter (1988-89)_____ .694 (111-160) David Whiteside (1979-80)___ .668 (189-283)

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

Verdel Ellis (1987-88)_ _____ .661 (181-274) Jonathan Clifton (1995-96)_ __ .634 (78-123) John Baker (1984-85)_ _____ .628 (162-258) Luke Boythe (2001-02)_ _____ .624 (83-133) Kyle Hines (2005-06)_______ .622 (239-384) Kyle Hines (2004-05)_______ .621 (175-282) Eric Cuthrell (1993-94)_ _____ .613 (95-155) Steve Hunter (1989-90)______ .605 (92-152)

FROSH. RECORD: Kyle Hines (2004-05)___________ .621 (175-282)

FIELD GOAL PCT. (MIN. 100, DIV. I ERA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jonathan Clifton (1995-96)_ __ .634 (78-123) Luke Boythe (2001-02)_ _____ .624 (83-133) Kyle Hines (2005-06)_______ .622 (239-384) Kyle Hines (2004-05)_______ .621 (175-282) Eric Cuthrell (1993-94)_ _____ .613 (95-155)

3-PT. FIELD GOALS 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Scott Hartzell (1994-95)_ _____________93 Mikko Koivisto (2007-08)______________80 Scott Hartzell (1995-96)_ _____________76 Mikko Koivisto (2008-09)______________74 Jay Joseph (2003-04)_________________74 Scott Hartzell (1992-93)_ _____________73 Jay Joseph (2002-03)_________________70 Scott Hartzell (1993-94)_ _____________67 Tony Daughtry (1996-97)_ _____________64 Ricky Hickman (2005-06)______________62

NOTE: 50 3-pt. field goals in a season has been accomplished 25 times by 13 players.

3-PT. FIELD GOALS (DIV. I ERA) 1. 2. 3. 4.

Scott Hartzell (1994-95)_ _____________93 Mikko Koivisto (2007-08)______________80 Scott Hartzell (1995-96)_ _____________76 Mikko Koivisto (2008-09)______________74 Jay Joseph (2003-04)_________________74

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

Scott Hartzell (1994-95)_ ____________212 Mikko Koivisto (2008-09)_____________208 Jay Joseph (2003-04)________________200 Jay Joseph (2002-03)________________185 Ricky Hickman (2005-06)_____________183 Mikko Koivisto (2007-08)_____________ 176 Scott Hartzell (1995-96)_ ____________ 174 Mikko Koivisto (2006-10)_____________170 Ricky Hickman (2006-07)_____________169 Kendall Toney (2008-09)_ ____________168

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Scott Hartzell (1994-95)_ ____________212 Mikko Koivisto (2008-09)_____________208 Jay Joseph (2003-04)________________200 Jay Joseph (2002-03)________________185 Ricky Hickman (2005-06)_____________183

3-PT. FIELD GOAL ATT.

3-PT. FIELD GOAL ATT. (DIV. I ERA)

3-PT. PCT. (MIN. 50 ATT.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tony Daughtry (1996-97)_ ____ .471 (64-136) Nathan Jameson (1998-99)_ __ .471 (56-119) Keyford Langley (1989-90)_____ .463 (26-57) Scott Hartzell (1992-93)_ ____ .456 (73-160) Mikko Koivisto (2007-08)_____ .455 (80-176) Justin Stewart (1997-98)_ _____ .455 (30-66) Scott Hartzell (1994-95)_ ____ .439 (93-212) Scott Hartzell (1995-96)_ ____ .437 (76-174) Kendall Toney (2006-07)_ ____ .435 (50-115) Scott Hartzell (1993-94)_ ____ .424 (67-158)

1.

Tony Daughtry (1996-97)_ ____ .471 (64-136)

3-PT. PCT. (MIN. 50, DIV. I ERA)

38 • RECORDS

2. 3. 4. 5.

Nathan Jameson (1998-99)_ __ .471 (56-119) Keyford Langley (1989-90)_____ .463 (26-57) Scott Hartzell (1992-93)_ ____ .456 (73-160) Mikko Koivisto (2007-08)_____ .455 (80-176) Justin Stewart (1997-98)_ _____ .455 (30-66)

FREE THROWS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

David Schuck (2001-02)_ ____________156 Kyle Hines (2006-07)________________138 Courtney Eldridge (2000-01)_ _________136 David Schuck (2000-01)_ ____________133 Ronnie Burrell (2004-05)_____________129 Ricky Hickman (2006-07)_____________127 Ricky Hickman (2004-05)_____________127 Kyle Hines (2007-08)________________125 Ricky Hickman (2005-06)_____________122 Ben Stywall (2009-10)_______________121

NOTE: 10 players account for the 16 times someone has made 100 free throws in a season.

FREE THROWS (DIV. I ERA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

David Schuck (2001-02)_ ____________156 Kyle Hines (2006-07)________________138 Courtney Eldridge (2000-01)_ _________136 David Schuck (2000-01)_ ____________133 Ronnie Burrell (2004-05)_____________129

FREE THROW ATT. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Kyle Hines (2006-07)________________230 Kyle Hines (2007-08)________________199 David Schuck (2001-02)_ ____________194 Ricky Hickman (2004-05)_____________187 Courtney Eldridge (2000-01)_ _________184 Ben Stywall (2009-10)_______________180 Ricky Hickman (2005-06)_____________179 Ricky Hickman (2006-07)_____________179 Kyle Hines (2005-06)________________178 Ben Stywall (2008-09)_______________ 174

DAVID SCHUCK

FREE THROW ATT. (DIV. I ERA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kyle Hines (2006-07)________________230 Kyle Hines (2007-08)________________199 David Schuck (2001-02)_ ____________194 Ricky Hickman (2004-05)_____________187 Courtney Eldridge (2000-01)_ _________184

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

David Whiteside (1979-80)__ .909 ^ (120-132) Scott Hartzell (1994-95)_ ____ .898 (97-108) Nathan Jameson (2000-01)_ ___ .895 (77-86) Mikko Koivisto (2008-09)______ .890 (65-73) Scott Hartzell (1992-93)_ _____ .889 (72-81) Chris Collins (1989-90)_ ______ .850 (68-80) Jay Joseph (2003-04)_________ .839 (73-87) Mikko Koivisto (2009-10)______ .836 (46-55) Scott Hartzell (1995-96)_ _____ .823 (65-79) Marvin Dawson (1988-89)___ .817 (107-131) Greg Williams (1992-93)_ _____ .817 (49-60)

FREE THROW PCT. (MIN. 50 ATT.)

^ led NCAA Division III

FREE THROW PCT. (MIN. 50, DIV I ERA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Scott Hartzell (1994-95)_ ____ .898 (97-108) Nathan Jameson (2000-01)_ ___ .895 (77-86) Mikko Koivisto (2008-09)______ .890 (65-73) Scott Hartzell (1992-93)_ _____ .889 (72-81) Jay Joseph (2003-04)_________ .839 (73-87)

REBOUNDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ben Stywall (2009-10)_______________323 Eric Cuthrell (1994-95)_ _____________284 Kyle Hines (2007-08)________________281 Eric Cuthrell (1995-96)_ _____________276 Demetrius Cherry (1999-00)___________262

NATHAN JAMESON

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6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kyle Hines (2006-07)________________260 Kyle Hines (2004-05)________________259 Bruce Shaw (1972-73)_______________258 David Schuck (2000-01)_ ____________258 Ben Stywall (2008-09)_______________251

NOTE: 12 players account for the 20 times someone has grabbed 200 rebounds in a season.

REBOUNDS (DIV. I ERA) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ben Stywall (2009-10)_______________323 Eric Cuthrell (1994-95)_ _____________284 Kyle Hines (2007-08)________________281 Eric Cuthrell (1995-96)_ _____________276 Demetrius Cherry (1999-00)___________262

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

Courtney Eldridge (2001-02)_ _________182 Courtney Eldridge (2000-01)_ _________179 William Powell (1984-85)_____________159 Greg Myrick (1986-87)_______________158 Scott Hartzell (1995-96)_ ____________149 Scott Hartzell (1994-95)_ ____________148 Scott Hartzell (1993-94)_ ____________145 Courtney Eldridge (1999-2000)_ _______142 Ronnie Taylor (2003-04)______________139 Derrick Nix (1996-97)________________134

5.

Kyle Hines (2006-07)_________________64

DOUBLE-DOUBLES (SINCE 1984) 1, 2. 3. 7. 9.

Ben Stywall (2009-10)________________15 Kyle Hines (2007-08)_________________14 Kyle Hines (2004-05)_________________11 Demetrius Cherry (1999-2000)__________11 Demetrius Cherry (1997-98)____________11 Verdell Ellis (1987-88)________________11 Kyle Hines (2006-07)_________________10 Kyle Hines (2005-06)_________________10 David Schuck (2000-01)_ ______________9 Eric Cuthrell (1995-96)_ _______________9 Eric Cuthrell (1994-95)_ _______________9

ASSISTS

NOTE: 12 players account for the 22 times someone has had 100 assists in a season.

ASSISTS (DIV. I ERA)

MARVIN DAWSON

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Courtney Eldridge (2001-02)_ _________182 Courtney Eldridge (2000-01)_ _________179 Scott Hartzell (1995-96)_ ____________149 Scott Hartzell (1994-95)_ ____________148 Scott Hartzell (1993-94)_ ____________145

STEALS

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

Courtney Eldridge (2000-01)_ __________82 Ricky Hickman (2004-05)______________79 Courtney Eldridge (2001-02)_ __________78 Ricky Hickman (2005-06)______________77 Ron Sheppard (1986-87)______________77 Ron Sheppard (1988-89)______________75 Eric Cuthrell (1994-95)_ ______________63 Kyle Hines (2007-08)_________________56 Kyle Hines (2005-06)_________________51 Ricky Hickman (2006-07)______________51

NOTE: 12 players account for the 19 times someone has recorded 40 steals in a season.

STEALS (DIV. I ERA)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Courtney Eldridge (2000-01)_ __________82 Ricky Hickman (2004-05)______________79 Courtney Eldridge (2001-02)_ __________78 Ricky Hickman (2005-06)______________77 Eric Cuthrell (1994-95)_ ______________63

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

Kyle Hines (2004-05)________________106 Kyle Hines (2007-08)_________________95 Kyle Hines (2005-06)_________________84 Eric Cuthrell (1994-95)_ ______________68 Kyle Hines (2006-07)_________________64 Damian Eargle (2008-09)______________57 Jonathan Clifton (1993-94)_ ___________53 Eric Cuthrell (1995-96)_ ______________52 Eric Cuthrell (1993-94)_ ______________51 Pete Brown (2009-10)________________44

BLOCKS

BLOCKS (DIV. I ERA) YUSUF STEWART

1. 2. 3. 4.

UNCG MEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

Kyle Hines (2004-05)________________106 Kyle Hines (2007-08)_________________95 Kyle Hines (2005-06)_________________84 Eric Cuthrell (1994-95)_ ______________68

INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS POINTS

41, Bruce Shaw vs. Coll. of Charleston____________ 1/13/1969 40, Robert Bryant vs. Virginia Wesleyan___________ 1/17/1986 38, Kyle Hines vs. Marshall (OT) [OD]____________ 11/11/2006 37, Robert Bryant vs. Ferrum__________________ 12/14/1985 36, Robert Bryant vs. Virginia Wesleyan____________ 2/8/1986 36, Chuck Fortney vs. Navy_____________________ 3/2/1992 36, Bruce Shaw vs. Methodist___________________ 2/5/1973 35, John Baker vs. NC Wesleyan_ _______________ 1/10/1985 35, James Maye vs. E. Tennessee St._ ____________ 1/14/2002 35, Bruce Shaw vs. Eastern Mennonite_ ___________ 2/7/1969 34, Ricky Hickman vs. Elon____________________2/25/2006 34, Joe Monroe vs. St. Andrews_________________ 2/15/1984 33, Kyle Hines vs. Furman [Tourn.]________________ 3/1/2007 33, Kyle Hines vs. Appalachian State_____________ 1/18/2007 33, Ronnie Burrell vs. E. Tennessee St.____________2/12/2005 33, Jay Joseph vs. Georgia Southern_ ____________ 1/18/2003 33, Frazier Bryant vs. Methodist_ _______________ 1/21/1987 33, Robert Bryant vs. Averett____________________ 2/3/1986 33, Robert Bryant vs. Catholic__________________ 12/7/1985 32, Kyle Hines vs. College of Charleston___________ 1/24/2008 32, Marvin Dawson vs. Fayetteville State__________ 2/15/1989 32, Robert Bryant vs. Greensboro_ _______________ 2/1/1986 32, Scott Hartzell vs. Coastal Carolina____________ 1/11/1995 32, Yusuf Stewart vs. Navy_ ____________________ 3/1/1993 32, Yusuf Stewart vs. Wofford__________________ 1/26/1991 32, Bruce Shaw vs. St. Andrews__________________ 1/9/1972 32, Bruce Shaw vs. St. Andrews_________________ 2/12/1969 31, Ricky Hickman vs. Furman__________________ 1/27/2007 31, Kevin Oleksiak vs. Greensboro Coll. __________ 12/16/2005 31, Ron Shepard vs. Florida Tech________________ 1/10/1989 31, Marvin Dawson vs. Pitt.-Johnstown___________ 12/19/1988 31, Bruce Shaw vs. Lynchburg___________________ 2/5/1970 30, Ben Stywall vs. Georgia Southern______________ 3/1/2010 30, Kyle Hines vs. Wofford______________________ 2/5/2007 30, David Schuck vs. VMI_ ____________________ 2/16/2002 30, Courtney Eldridge vs. E. Tennessee St._________ 2/13/2001 30, Courtney Eldridge vs. Saint Peter’s____________12/3/2000 30, Marvin Dawson vs. Fayetteville State__________ 1/19/1989 30, Marvin Dawson vs. Eckerd_________________ 12/20/1988 30, Frazier Bryant vs. Christopher Newport_________ 1/18/1986 30, Robert Bryant vs. Ferrum____________________ 1/7/1986 30, John Baker vs. Virginia Wesleyan_____________ 1/18/1985 30, Bruce Shaw vs. Greensboro__________________ 2/7/1973 30, Bruce Shaw vs. Barber-Scotia______________ 11/23/1971 NOTE: There have been 42 30-point games in school history. [OD] - Record for most points in an opening game [Tourn] - Record for points in a conf. tournament game FRESHMAN RECORD 41, Bruce Shaw vs. Coll. of Charleston____________ 1/13/1969

POINTS (DIV. I ERA)

38, Kyle Hines vs. Marshall (OT) [OD]____________ 11/11/2006 36, Chuck Fortney vs. Navy_____________________ 3/2/1992 35, James Maye vs. E. Tennessee St._ ____________ 1/14/2002 34, Ricky Hickman vs. Elon____________________2/25/2006 33, Kyle Hines vs. Furman [Tourn.]________________ 3/1/2007

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33, Kyle Hines vs. Appalachian State_____________ 1/18/2007 33, Ronnie Burrell vs. E. Tennessee St.____________2/12/2005 33, Jay Joseph vs. Georgia Southern_ ____________ 1/18/2003 32, Kyle Hines vs. College of Charleston___________ 1/24/2008 32, Scott Hartzell vs. Coastal Carolina____________ 1/11/1995 32, Yusuf Stewart vs. Navy_ ____________________ 3/1/1993 31, Ricky Hickman vs. Furman__________________ 1/27/2007 31, Kevin Oleksiak vs. Greensboro Coll. __________ 12/16/2005 30, Ben Stywall vs. Georgia Southern______________ 3/1/2010 30, Kyle Hines vs. Wofford______________________ 2/5/2007 30, David Schuck vs. VMI_ ____________________ 2/16/2002 30, Courtney Eldridge vs. E. Tennessee St._________ 2/13/2001 30, Courtney Eldridge vs. Saint Peter’s____________12/3/2000

[OD] - Record for most points in an opening game [Tourn] - Record for points in a conf. tournament game

POINTS BY AN OPPOSING PLAYER

47, Brett Roberts, Morehead State_ ____________ 11/27/1991 41, Stephen Curry, Davidson___________________ 2/13/2008 38, Greg Lewis, Winthrop_ ___________________ 12/21/1999 37, Kevin Martin, Western Carolina_______________2/8/2003 37, Antwan Dasher, Fairleigh Dickinson____________ 2/3/1993 37, James Anderson, Union___________________ 11/20/1984 36, Elton Nesbitt, Georgia Southern______________1/28/2006 34, Mike Bernard, Davidson_ __________________1/25/2003 34, Kevin Martin, Western Carolina_______________2/2/2002 34, Eddie Benton, Vermont____________________ 12/7/1992 33, T. McFarlane, Davis & Elkins_ ________________ 2/2/1990 32, D.J. Thompson, Appalachian State____________ 2/22/2007 32, Mike Lenzly, Wofford_______________________2/1/2003 32, Tade Wiras, E. Tennessee St._________________1/4/2003 32, ??? Burks, Charleston Southern_ ____________ 2/26/1994 32, Greg O’Dell, Wofford______________________ 2/16/1991 31, Amu Sakka, Furman_ ______________________ 1/9/2010 31, Karim Souchu, Furman_ ___________________ 2/27/2003 31, Brendan Winters, Davidson_________________ 2/11/2003 31, Jason Conley, VMI_________________________1/8/2002 31, Kevin Jefferson, Longwood_ ________________ 1/15/1990 31, Dwayne Perry, Eckerd_ _____________________ 1/2/1990 31, Bailey Alston, Liberty_ _____________________ 3/4/1989 31, Chris Bratchers, NC Wesleyan_ ______________ 1/16/1988 30, Stephen Curry, Davidson___________________ 2/19/2008 30, James Anthony, E. Tennessee St._ ____________2/12/2005 30, Bob Surra, Florida State__________________ 12/30/1993 30, Thomas Harrison, Lincoln Memorial____________ 2/6/1991 30, Robbie Middlebrooks, Buffalo________________ 1/7/1991 30, Troy Wright, Christopher Newport_____________ 1/25/1987 NOTE: 28 players make up the 29 times an opposing player has scored 30 or more points against UNCG.

FIELD GOALS

18, Bruce Shaw vs. Coll. of Charleston____________ 1/13/1969 17, Robert Bryant vs. Virginia Wesleyan___________ 1/17/1986 16, John Baker vs. NC Wesleyan_ _______________ 1/10/1985 15, Robert Bryant vs. Virginia Wesleyan____________ 2/8/1986 15, Robert Bryant vs. Catholic__________________ 12/7/1985 14, Kyle Hines vs. College of Charleston___________ 1/24/2008 14, Kyle Hines vs. Wofford______________________ 2/5/2007 14, Kyle Hines vs. Appalachian State_____________ 1/18/2007 14, Kyle Hines vs. Marshall (OT)_________________ 1/18/2007 14, Frazier Bryant vs. Methodist_ _______________ 1/21/1987 14, Robert Bryant vs. Mt. Olive_ ________________ 1/27/1986 14, Frazier Bryant vs. Christopher Newport_________ 1/18/1986 14, Robert Bryant vs. Ferrum____________________ 1/7/1986 14, Joe Monroe vs. St. Andrews_________________ 2/15/1984

CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS MADE, GAME

10, Kyle Hines vs. The Citadel_ __________________1/7/2008

CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS MADE, MULTI-GAME 12, Kyle Hines vs. Georgia Southern-The Citadel____ 1/5-7/2008

FIELD GOALS (DIV. I ERA)

14, Kyle Hines vs. College of Charleston___________ 1/24/2008

40 • RECORDS

14, Kyle Hines vs. Wofford______________________ 2/5/2007 14, Kyle Hines vs. Appalachian State_____________ 1/18/2007 14, Kyle Hines vs. Marshall (OT)_________________ 1/18/2007 13, Kyle Hines vs. Montreat____________________ 1/11/2006 12, Ben Stywall vs. Georgia Southern______________ 3/1/2010 12, Kyle Hines vs. St. Peter’s___________________ 2/18/2006 12, Jay Joseph vs. Georgia Southern_ ____________ 1/18/2003 12, James Maye vs. E. Tennessee St._ ____________ 1/14/2002 12, Brian Brunson vs. Radford__________________ 1/24/1996 12, Chuck Fortney vs. Navy_____________________ 3/2/1992

FIELD GOAL ATT.

38, Steve Robbins vs. UNKNOWN_ ________________ 1972-73 29, John Baker vs. NC Wesleyan_ _______________ 1/10/1985 27, Robert Bryant vs. Virginia Wesleyan____________ 2/8/1986 26, Frazier Bryant vs. Coll. of Charleston_ ________ 12/20/1986 24, Jay Joseph vs. Wofford_ ____________________3/3/2004 24, James Maye vs. E. Tennessee St._ _____________1/4/2003 24, Robert Bryant vs. Averett____________________ 2/3/1986 24, Robert Bryant vs. Mt. Olive_ ________________ 1/27/1986 24, Robert Bryant vs. Virginia Wesleyan___________ 1/17/1986 24, Robert Bryant vs. Catholic__________________ 12/7/1985

FIELD GOAL ATT. (DIV. I ERA)

24, Jay Joseph vs. Wofford_ ____________________3/3/2004 24, James Maye vs. E. Tennessee St._ _____________1/4/2003 22, Ricky Hickman vs. Chattanooga_______________1/7/2006 22, Kyle Hines vs. Gardner-Webb_______________ 12/11/2005 21, Damian Eargle vs. College of Charleston________1/29/2009 21, Kyle Hines vs. Marshall (OT)________________ 11/11/2006 21, Ricky Hickman vs. Georgia Southern__________1/28/2006 21, James Maye vs. Western Carolina_____________ 1/27/2003 21, James Maye vs. Davidson_ _________________1/25/2003

JAY JOSEPH

FIELD GOAL PCT (MIN. 10 ATT.)

1.000, Kyle Hines (10-10) vs. The Citadel___________1/7/2008

3-PT FIELD GOALS

9, Kevin Oleksiak vs. Greensboro Coll. ___________ 12/16/2005 8, Mikko Koivisto vs. Chattanooga_______________ 2/14/2009 8, Kendall Toney vs. USC Upstate______________ 11/24/2007 8, Kendall Toney vs. North Carolina State (OT)________ 1/2/2007 8, Scott Hartzell vs. Winthrop_ _________________ 2/13/1995 7, Ricky Hickman vs. Elon_____________________2/25/2006 7, Jay Joseph vs. Georgia Southern_ _____________ 1/18/2003 7, James Maye vs. Chattanooga_________________1/2/2002 7, Scott Hartzell vs. Towson State_ ______________ 2/20/1995 7, Scott Hartzell vs. Florida State_______________ 12/30/1993 6, 15 times by eight players

CONSEC. 3-PT FIELD GOALS

8, Kendall Toney vs. USC Upstate______________ 11/24/2007 (Made first 8 to begin game; finished 8-9)

3-PT FIELD GOALS (DIV. I ERA)

9, Kevin Oleksiak vs. Greensboro Coll. ___________ 12/16/2005 8, Mikko Koivisto vs. Chattanooga_______________ 2/14/2009 8, Kendall Toney vs. USC Upstate______________ 11/24/2007 8, Kendall Toney vs. North Carolina State (OT)________ 1/2/2007 8, Scott Hartzell vs. Winthrop_ _________________ 2/13/1995 7, Ricky Hickman vs. Elon_____________________2/25/2006 7, Jay Joseph vs. Georgia Southern_ _____________ 1/18/2003 7, James Maye vs. Chattanooga_________________1/2/2002 7, Scott Hartzell vs. Towson State_ ______________ 2/20/1995 7, Scott Hartzell vs. Florida State_______________ 12/30/1993

JAMES MAYE

3-PT. FIELD GOAL ATT.

15, Mikko Koivisto vs. Elon____________________ 2/17/2010 15, Mikko Koivisto vs. Chattanooga______________ 2/14/2009 14, Kevin Oleksiak vs. Greensboro Coll. __________ 12/16/2005 14, Scott Hartzell vs. Winthrop_ ________________ 1/13/1995 13, Mikko Koivisto vs. Appalachian State___________ 2/8/2010 13, Kendall Toney vs. Chattanooga_ _____________1/22/2009

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13, Mikko Koivisto vs. Chattanooga______________ 1/10/2008 13, Kendall Toney vs. North Carolina State (OT)_______ 1/2/2007 13, Ricky Hickman vs. Elon____________________2/25/2006 13, Ricky Hickman vs. Chattanooga______________ 2/11/2006 13, Kevin Oleksiak vs. Elon____________________ 1/14/2006 13, Jay Joseph vs. Chattanooga_________________ 2/14/2004 13, Jay Joseph vs. Georgia Southern_ ____________ 1/18/2003 13, Scott Hartzell vs. Winthrop_ ________________ 12/4/1991

3-PT. FIELD GOAL ATT. (DIV. I ERA)

15, Mikko Koivisto vs. Elon____________________ 2/17/2010 15, Mikko Koivisto vs. Chattanooga______________ 2/14/2009 14, Kevin Oleksiak vs. Greensboro Coll. __________ 12/16/2005 14, Scott Hartzell vs. Winthrop_ ________________ 1/13/1995 13, Kendall Toney vs. Chattanooga_ _____________1/22/2009 13, Mikko Koivisto vs. Chattanooga______________ 1/10/2008 13, Kendall Toney vs. North Carolina State (OT)_______ 1/2/2007 13, Ricky Hickman vs. Elon____________________2/25/2006 13, Ricky Hickman vs. Chattanooga______________ 2/11/2006 13, Kevin Oleksiak vs. Elon____________________ 1/14/2006 13, Jay Joseph vs. Chattanooga_________________ 2/14/2004 13, Jay Joseph vs. Georgia Southern_ ____________ 1/18/2003 13, Scott Hartzell vs. Winthrop_ ________________ 12/4/1991

FREE THROWS

15, Ricky Hickman vs. Elon____________________ 2/12/2007 15, Ronnie Burrell vs. Appalachian St.____________ 2/17/2004 14, Ben Stywall vs. Samford_ __________________ 1/23/2010 13, Ben Stywall vs. Appalachian St.______________ 2/19/2009 13, Dwayne Johnson vs. St. Peter’s_ _____________ 2/18/2006 13, Ronnie Burrell vs. E. Tennessee St.____________2/12/2005 13, Courtney Eldridge vs. E. Tennessee St._________ 1/29/2001 13, Yusuf Stewart vs Navy______________________ 3/1/1993 12, Ricky Hickman vs. So. Mississippi_ ___________12/3/2004 12, David Schuck vs. VMI_ ____________________ 2/16/2002 12, David Schuck vs. E. Tennessee St._ ___________2/12/2002 12, David Schuck vs. E. Tennessee St._ ___________ 1/14/2002 12, Yusuf Stewart vs. William & Mary_____________ 12/4/1991 12, Yusuf Stewart vs. Wofford__________________ 1/26/1991 12, David Whiteside vs. UNKNOWN________________ 1979-80

FREE THROWS (DIV. I ERA)

15, Ricky Hickman vs. Elon____________________ 2/12/2007 15, Ronnie Burrell vs. Appalachian St.____________ 2/17/2004 14, Ben Stywall vs. Samford_ __________________ 1/23/2010 13, Ben Stywall vs. Appalachian St.______________ 2/19/2009 13, Dwayne Johnson vs. St. Peter’s_ _____________ 2/18/2006 13, Ronnie Burrell vs. E. Tennessee St.____________2/12/2005 13, Courtney Eldridge vs. E. Tennessee St._________ 1/29/2001 13, Yusuf Stewart vs Navy______________________ 3/1/1993

FREE THROW ATT.

19, Ronnie Burrell vs. Appalachian St.____________ 2/17/2004 18, Ricky Hickman vs. Elon____________________ 2/12/2007 16, Ben Stywall vs. Maryland____________________ 1/3/2010 16, David Schuck vs. VMI_ ____________________ 2/16/2002 16, Courtney Eldridge vs. E. Tennessee St._ ________ 1/29/2001 16, Yusuf Stewart vs. Chicago St.________________ 2/23/1993 16, John Baker vs. St. Andrew’s_________________ 2/14/1985 15, Ben Stywall vs. Samford_ __________________ 1/23/2010 15, Brandon Evans vs. USC Upstate_____________ 11/24/2009 15, Kyle Hines vs. The Citadel_ _________________1/26/2008 15, Kyle Hines vs. Hampton___________________ 11/26/2005 15, Ronnie Burrell vs. E. Tennessee St.____________2/12/2005 15, Ricky Hickman vs. So. Mississippi_ ___________12/3/2004 15, Eric Cuthrell vs. Radford_ ___________________ 3/4/1995

FREE THROW ATT. (DIV. I ERA)

19, Ronnie Burrell vs. Appalachian St.____________ 2/17/2004 18, Ricky Hickman vs. Elon____________________ 2/12/2007 16, Ben Stywall vs. Maryland____________________ 1/3/2010 16, David Schuck vs. VMI_ ____________________ 2/16/2002 16, Courtney Eldridge vs. E. Tennessee St._ ________ 1/29/2001 16, Yusuf Stewart vs. Chicago St.________________ 2/23/1993

REBOUNDS

27, Tom Martin vs. St. Andrew’s_________________ 2/13/1970 25, Bruce Shaw vs. St. Andrew’s_ _______________ 2/12/1969 21, Kyle Hines vs. Coll. of Charleston_____________12/3/2005 20, Verdel Ellis vs. Greensboro_ ________________ 2/20/1988 20, Bruce Shaw vs. Coll. of Charleston____________ 1/13/1969 19, Ben Stywall vs. Samford_ __________________ 1/23/2010 19, Kyle Hines vs. Elon_ ______________________ 1/31/2005 19, Eric Cuthrell vs. Appalachian St._ ____________ 12/7/1994 19, Demetrius Cherry vs. VMI_ _________________ 1/24/2000 18, Kyle Hines vs. Georgia Southern_______________2/8/2005 18, Demetrius Cherry vs. No. Carolina A&T_________ 1/19/2000 18, Robert Bryant vs. Ferrum__________________ 12/14/1985 17, Kyle Hines vs. Wofford_____________________ 12/8/2007 17, Eric Cuthrell vs. Buffalo___________________ 12/28/1994 17, David Schuck vs. Western Carolina_____________ 3/2/2001 16, Marvin Dawson vs. Eckerd_________________ 12/20/1988 16, Sam Brinson vs. VMI______________________ 12/7/1998 16, Eric Cuthrell vs. Southern_ ________________ 12/27/1995 16, Eric Cuthrell vs. No. Carolina A&T_____________ 1/25/1995 16, Bruce Shaw vs. Coll. of Charleston___________ 12/11/1969 15, 16 times by nine players

6, Eric Cuthrell vs. Winthrop_ __________________ 1/16/1995 6, Tony Daughtry vs. Campbell__________________ 12/3/1994

BLOCKS

7, Kyle Hines vs. Wofford_______________________2/7/2008 7, Kyle Hines vs. Guilford____________________ 12/16/2004 7, Kyle Hines vs. Coastal Carolina_ _____________ 11/23/2004 7, Nathan Popp vs. VMI________________________ 2/5/2001 6, 11 times

BLOCKS (DIV. I ERA)

7, Kyle Hines vs. Wofford_______________________2/7/2008 7, Kyle Hines vs. Guilford____________________ 12/16/2004 7, Kyle Hines vs. Coastal Carolina_ _____________ 11/23/2004 7, Nathan Popp vs. VMI________________________ 2/5/2001 6, 11 times

REBOUNDS (DIV. I ERA)

21, Kyle Hines vs. Coll. of Charleston_____________12/3/2005 19, Kyle Hines vs. Elon_ ______________________ 1/31/2005 19, Demetrius Cherry vs. VMI_ _________________ 1/24/2000 19, Eric Cuthrell vs. Appalachian St._ ____________ 12/7/1994 18, Kyle Hines vs. Georgia Southern_______________2/8/2005 18, Demetrius Cherry vs. No. Carolina A&T_________ 1/19/2000

ASSISTS

13, William Powell vs. Averett_ __________________ 2/4/1985 12, Dwayne Johnson vs. Bridgewater____________ 11/30/2004 12, Courtney Eldridge vs. E. Tennessee St. _________ 1/14/2002 12, Courtney Eldridge vs. West. Carolina_ _________ 2/10/2001 12, Scott Hartzell vs. Austin Peay_______________ 11/29/1993 11, Ronnie Taylor vs. Elon_ ____________________2/28/2004 11, Ron Sheppard vs. Armstrong State_____________ 3/2/1989 11, Bill Winfrey vs. UNKNOWN____________________ 1978-79 11, Courtney Eldridge vs. Appalachian St._ ________ 2/18/2002 11, Keyford Langley vs. W. Carolina_______________ 1/8/1992 11, Ronnie Taylor vs. Elon_ ____________________ 2/8/2004

CONSECUTIVE GAMES OF 10+ ASSISTS:

Courtney Eldridge________________________ 2/18-23/2002

ASSISTS (DIV. I ERA)

12, Dwayne Johnson vs. Bridgewater____________ 11/30/2004 12, Courtney Eldridge vs. E. Tenn. St._____________ 1/14/2002 12, Courtney Eldridge vs. West. Carolina_ _________ 2/10/2001 12, Scott Hartzell vs. Austin Peay_______________ 11/29/1993 11, Ronnie Taylor vs. Elon_ ____________________2/28/2004 11, Courtney Eldridge vs. Appalachian St._ ________ 2/18/2002 11, Keyford Langley vs. W. Carolina_______________ 1/8/1992 11, Ronnie Taylor vs. Elon_ ____________________ 2/8/2004

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STEALS

7, Kevin Oleksiak vs. William & Mary____________ 12/21/2005 7, Ricky Hickman vs. Greensboro Coll. ___________ 12/16/2005 7, Ron Sheppard vs. Averett_ ___________________ 2/8/1988 7, Ron Sheppard vs. Averett_ _________________ 12/12/1987 7, Joe Monroe vs. Catholic_ __________________ 11/26/1984 6, 13 times by seven players

STEALS (DIV. I ERA)

7, Kevin Oleksiak vs. William & Mary____________ 12/21/2005 7, Ricky Hickman vs. Greensboro Coll. ___________ 12/16/2005 6, Ricky Hickman vs. Wofford_ _________________1/30/2006 6, Ronnie Burrell vs. Minnesota________________12/29/2004 6, Courtney Eldridge vs. UNC Asheville___________ 11/19/2001 6, Courtney Eldridge vs. E. Tennessee St.__________ 1/14/2002 6, Courtney Eldridge vs. VMI___________________ 2/16/2002 6, Courtney Eldridge vs. Davidson_ _______________ 1/6/2001 6, James Maye vs. Coastal Carolina_______________ 1/6/1999

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TEAM RECORDS SEASON RECORDS WINS

23 (23-6)_ ____________ 1994-95 22 (22-6)_ ____________ 1986-87 20 (20-10)_ ___________ 1995-96 20 (20-11)____________ 2001-02 19 (19-12)____________ 2007-08 19 (19-12)____________ 2000-01 19 (19-8)______________ 1987-88

LOSSES

25 (5-25)_ ____________ 2008-09 23 (8-23)_ ____________ 2009-10 22 (7-22)_ ____________ 2002-03 21 (7-21)______________ 1991-92 20 (7-20)_ ____________ 1998-99 20 (10-20)_ ___________ 1996-97

HOME WINS

11 (11-1)______________ 2000-01 11 (11-2)______________ 2004-05 10 (10-3)______________ 2007-08 10 (10-4) +_ ___________ 2006-07 10 (10-1)______________ 2001-02 10 (10-0)______________ 1986-87 9_________________ seven times + includes a home loss at Coliseum (NOTE: First season in Fleming Gymnasium was 1989-90)

ROAD WINS

11 (11-2)______________ 1994-95 8 (8-8)_ ______________ 1993-94 7 (7-8)_ ______________ 2007-08 6 (6-9)_ ______________ 2006-07 6 (6-8)_ ______________ 2001-02 6 (6-8)_ ____________ 1999-2000

HOME LOSSES

11 (4-11)______________ 2009-10 10 (2-10)______________ 2008-09 8 (3-8)_ ______________ 1991-92 7 (2-7)_ ______________ 1973-74 6 _ ________________ seven times

ROAD LOSSES

LOSING STREAK 12__________________ 1991-92 10___________________ 2008-09 10___________________ 2002-03 10___________________ 1973-74 9___________ 1968-69 - 1969-70 9___________ 1967-68 - 1968-69 LOSING STREAK (DIV. I ERA) 12__________________ 1991-92 10___________________ 2008-09 10___________________ 2002-03 8___________________ 2009-10 8___________ 1996-97 - 1997-98 8___________________ 1998-99 HOME WINNING STREAK 12__________ 1985-86 - 1986-87 12__________ 1979-80 - 1980-81 11___________ 2003-04 - 2004-05 10___________ 2004-05 - 2005-06 10_________ 1999-2000 - 2000-01 10___________ 1994-95 - 1995-96 HOME WINNING STREAK (DIV. I ERA) 11___________ 2003-04 - 2004-05 10___________ 2004-05 - 2005-06 10___________ 1994-95 - 1995-96 10_________ 1999-2000 - 2000-01 9___________ 2001-02 - 2002-03 CONFERENCE WINNING STREAK 9___________ 1994-95 - 1995-96 6___________________ 2006-07 6___________________ 1994-95 6___________________ 1994-95 5___________________ 2000-01 CONF. WINNING STREAK (DIV. I ERA) 9___________ 1994-95 - 1995-96 6___________________ 2006-07 6___________________ 1994-95 6___________________ 1994-95 5___________________ 2000-01

POINTS

2,282________________ 2000-01 2,238________________ 2001-02 2,200________________ 1994-95 2,170_ _______________ 2004-05 2,132________________ 2005-06

14 (3-14)______________ 2008-09 14 (1-14)______________ 2002-03 13 (1-13)_____________ 2005-06 13 (2-13)_____________ 1989-90 13 (3-13)_____________ 1991-92 12 (2-12)_ ____________ 1998-99

POINTS (DIV. I ERA)

STREAKS (WIN/LOSS)

PTS. PER GAME

OVERALL WINNING 11___________________ 1986-87 9___________________ 1987-88 8___________________ 1995-96 7___________________ 1979-80 7___________________ 1994-95 OVERALL WINNING (DIV. I ERA) 8___________________ 1995-96 7___________________ 1994-95 6___________________ 2000-01 5___________________ six times

2,282________________ 2000-01 2,238________________ 2001-02 2,200________________ 1994-95 2,194________________ 2007-08 2,170_ _______________ 2004-05 76.3_________________ 1988-89 75.9_________________ 1994-95 74.1_ ________________ 1986-87 73.6_________________ 2000-01 73.4_________________ 1993-94

PTS. PER GAME (DIV. I ERA) 75.9_________________ 1994-95 73.6_________________ 2000-01 73.4_________________ 1993-94 73.0_________________ 2003-04 72.3_________________ 2004-05

FIELD GOALS

841__________________ 1986-87 835_ ________________ 1988-89 812__________________ 1985-86 800_ ________________ 1987-88 779_________________ 1979-80

FIELD GOALS (DIV. I ERA)

776__________________ 2004-05 773_________________ 2000-01 763__________________ 1994-95 763__________________ 2001-02 759_ ________________ 2002-03

FIELD GOAL ATT.

1,803________________ 2009-10 1,741_ _______________ 2000-01 1,732________________ 2004-05 1,709________________ 1994-95 1,708________________ 2002-03

FG ATT. (DIV. I ERA)

1,803________________ 2009-10 1,741_ _______________ 2000-01 1,732________________ 2004-05 1,709________________ 1994-95 1,708________________ 2002-03

FIELD GOAL PCT.

.521 (779-1494)________ 1979-80 .516 (812-1574)_ _______ 1985-86 .515 (835-1620)________ 1988-89 .513 (800-1561)________ 1987-88 .507 (704-1389)________ 1980-81

FG PCT. (DIV. I ERA)

.461 (745-1615)_ _______ 1995-96 .459 (757-1650)________ 2003-04 .457 (758-1660)________ 2007-08 .456 (706-1549)______ 1999-2000 .448 (776-1732)________ 2004-05 .448 (763-1705)________ 2001-02

3-POINT FIELD GOALS

230_ ________________ 2007-08 224_________________ 1994-95 216__________________ 2006-07 211__________________ 1991-92 205_ ________________ 1995-96

3-POINT FG (DIV. I ERA)

230_ ________________ 2007-08 224_________________ 1994-95 216__________________ 2006-07 211__________________ 1991-92 205_ ________________ 1995-96

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT.

.408 (205-503)_________ 1995-96 .389 (115-296)_________ 1990-91 .388 (224-577)_________ 1994-95 .383 (184-480)_________ 2000-01 .374 (130-348)_ ________ 1989-90

3-POINT FG PCT. (DIV. I ERA) .408 (205-503)_________ 1995-96 .388 (224-577)_________ 1994-95 .383 (184-480)_________ 2000-01 .373 (121-324)_________ 1998-99 .371 (211-568)_ ________ 1991-92

FREE THROWS

552_ ________________ 2000-01 524_________________ 2001-02

42 • RECORDS

485_ ________________ 2004-05 465_ ________________ 2006-07 456_ ______________ 1999-2000

36.2_________________ 2004-05

ASSISTS

553_ ________________ 1986-87 474__________________ 1994-95 452_ ________________ 1995-96 448_ ________________ 2001-02 443_ ________________ 2007-08

FEWEST FREE THROWS

261__________________ 1984-85

FREE THROWS (DIV. I ERA) 552_ ________________ 2000-01 524_________________ 2001-02 485_ ________________ 2004-05 456_ ______________ 1999-2000 455_ ________________ 2005-06

ASSISTS (DIV. I ERA)

474__________________ 1994-95 452_ ________________ 1995-96 448_ ________________ 2001-02 414__________________ 2000-01 408_ ________________ 2002-03

FREE THROWS ATT.

718__________________ 2000-01 705_ ________________ 2006-07 702_ ________________ 2004-05 702_ ________________ 2001-02 700_ ________________ 2005-06

STEALS (SINCE 1986-87)

287_________________ 2005-06 276__________________ 2004-05 271__________________ 2000-01 253_ ________________ 2001-02 247__________________ 1986-87

FEWEST FREE THROW ATT. 419__________________ 1983-84

STEALS (DIV. I ERA)

287_________________ 2005-06 276__________________ 2004-05 271__________________ 2000-01 253_ ________________ 2001-02 243_________________ 1994-95

FT ATT. (DIV. I ERA)

718__________________ 2000-01 705_ ________________ 2006-07 702_ ________________ 2004-05 702_ ________________ 2001-02 700_ ________________ 2005-06

BLOCKS (SINCE 1986-87) 178__________________ 2004-05 148__________________ 2005-06 138_ ________________ 2007-08 137__________________ 1993-94 136_ ________________ 1994-95

FREE THROW PCT.

.769 (552-718)_________ 2000-01 .746 (524-702)_________ 2001-02 .738 (456-618)_______ 1999-2000 .728 (369-507)_________ 2003-04 .721 (336-466)_________ 2002-03

BLOCKS (DIV. I ERA)

LOWEST FREE THROW PCT. .509_________________ 1984-85

FREE THROW PCT. (DIV. I ERA) .769 (552-718)_________ 2000-01 .746 (524-702)_________ 2001-02 .738 (456-618)_______ 1999-2000 .728 (369-507)_________ 2003-04 .721 (336-466)_________ 2002-03

MISC. RECORDS CONSEC. GAMES WITH A 3-PT. FIELD GOAL

REBOUNDS

1,180_ _______________ 1994-95 1,136_ _______________ 1993-94 1,120________________ 2009-10 1,104_ _______________ 1995-96 1,097________________ 2001-02

407 (streak began on Feb. 8, 1990 vs. USC Spartanburg and ended at Duke on Nov. 27, 2004; streak included UNCG’s first 375 games of the school’s Division I era)

REBOUNDS (DIV. I ERA)

GAME RECORDS

1,180_ _______________ 1994-95 1,136_ _______________ 1993-94 1,120________________ 2009-10 1,104_ _______________ 1995-96 1,097________________ 2001-02

MOST POINTS SCORED

REBOUNDS PER GAME

42.1_________________ 1993-94 40.7_________________ 1994-95 36.8_________________ 1995-96 36.7_______________ 1999-2000 36.2_________________ 2004-05

REB. PER GAME (DIV. I ERA) 42.1_________________ 1993-94 40.7_________________ 1994-95 36.8_________________ 1995-96 36.7_______________ 1999-2000

178__________________ 2004-05 148__________________ 2005-06 138_ ________________ 2007-08 137__________________ 1993-94 136_ ________________ 1994-95

122 vs. Piedmont Bible_ __12/12/1983 118 vs. Thiel_ __________ 12/19/1981 112 vs. Virginia Wesleyan________1972 111 vs. Warren Wilson_ _________ 1976 109 vs. Piedmont Bible____ 11/27/1984 108 vs. Elon (3 OTs)_ ______2/28/2004 105 vs. NC Wesleyan_ _____ 1/17/1987 104 vs. Virginia Wesleyan________ 1971 104 vs. E. Tennessee St.____1/14/2002 103 vs. Virginia Wesleyan________ 1971 NOTE: UNCG has scored 100 or more points on 15 occasions.

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MOST POINTS ALLOWED

130 by Barber-Scotia___________ 1971 116 by Lynchburg______________1973 116 by Methodist______________1972 115 by Lynchburg______________1970 115 by Baptist________________1968 114 by VMI_ _________________1978 113 by George Mason___________1972 112 by Elon (3 OTs)________2/28/2004 112 by Pfieffer________________ 1977 110 by Christopher Newport______ 1974 NOTE: UNCG has allowed 100 pts. 41 times

MOST PTS. ALLOWED (DIV. I ERA)

112 by Elon (3 OTs)________2/28/2004 106 by Missouri_________12/21/2003 106 by Kansas__________11/23/2002 105 by East Tennessee St.___2/12/2005 104 by Duke_ __________12/20/1998 104 by East Carolina_ ____12/28/2000

FEWEST POINTS SCORED

30 vs. Averett (OT) **_______ 2/5/1981 35 vs. Emory & Henry___________1978 37 vs. Duke_____________ 12/3/1997 39 vs. Virginia Tech_______12/4/2007 40 vs. Georgia Tech_ _____ 12/31/1996 40 vs. James Madison_ ___11/26/1983 42 vs. Charleston________12/20/1986 42 vs. Charleston________ 11/24/1984 42 vs. NC Wesleyan_ ______1/12/1984 42 vs. Washington & Lee__11/22/1983 43 vs. Charleston_________1/25/1993 43 vs. Christopher Newport_______1975 ** won game

FEWEST PTS. SCORED (DIV. I ERA)

37 vs. Duke_____________ 12/3/1997 39 vs. Virginia Tech_______12/4/2007 40 vs. Georgia Tech_ _____ 12/31/1996 43 vs. Charleston_________1/25/1993 44 vs. Dayton___________12/20/2008 44 vs. Duke____________12/27/2005

FEWEST POINTS, HALF

12 vs. Georgia Tech (1st)___ 12/31/1996 14 vs. Vanderbilt (1st)_____11/22/2005 14 vs. Virginia Tech (1st)____12/4/2007 15 vs. Dayton (1st)_______12/20/2008

FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED

28 vs. Averett (OT)_ ____________1981 35 by Piedmond Bible_ ____12/2/1985 40 by Emory & Henry **_________ 1977 41 by Greensboro Coll.____11/29/2003 41 by Wofford_ __________2/28/2002 43 by Washington & Lee **__ 11/22/1983 43 by Christopher Newport_ __ 2/12/1982 44 by The Citadel__________ 1/20/2007 44 by Akron____________12/19/1994 44 by UNC Asheville_______ 2/17/1994 45 by Greensboro______________1980 45 by Virginia Wesleyan_ ___ 1/21/1983 ** lost game

FEWEST PTS. ALLOWED (DIV. I ERA)

41 by Greensboro Coll.____11/29/2003 41 by Wofford_ __________2/28/2002 44 by The Citadel__________ 1/20/2007

44 by Wofford_ ___________1/5/2005 44 by Akron____________12/19/1994 44 by UNC Asheville_______ 2/17/1994

MARGIN OF VICTORY

66 (101-35) vs. Pied. Bible_ __ 12/2/1985 60 (122-62) vs. Pied. Bible__ 12/12/1983 45 (109-64) vs. Pied. Bible__ 11/27/1984 44 (112-68) vs. VA Wesleyan_______ 1972 42 (105-63) vs. VA Wesleyan__ 1/22/1988 40 (98-58) vs. NC Wesleyan_______ 1980 40 (93-53) vs. Averett____________ 1975 39 (95-56) vs. Warren Wilson_______ 1979 38 (85-47) vs. Greensboro Col._12/16/2005 37 (92-55) vs. Bridgewater_ _ 11/30/2005 37 (87-50) vs. Averett____________ 1973

MARGIN OF VICTORY (DIV. I ERA)

38 (85-47) vs. Greensboro Col._12/16/2005 37 (92-55) vs. Bridgewater_11/30/2005 33 (73-40) vs. Samford_ ___12/5/2009 31 (96-65) vs. Guilford____12/16/2005 31 (98-67) vs. Montreat___11/19/2005 29 (89-60) vs. Elon_ _______2/4/2008 29 (70-41) vs. Wofford_____2/28/2002 29 (89-60) vs. Winthrop____ 2/17/1996 28 (96-68) vs. Montreat____1/11/2006 28 (98-70) vs. Charleston So._ 2/25/1995 28 (69-41) vs. Greensboro Coll._11/29/2003 27 _ _________________ four times

LARGEST HALFTIME LEAD

35 (54-19) vs. Pied. Bible___12/2/1985 30 (51-21) vs. Elon_________2/2/2008

FIELD GOALS

50 vs. Piedmont Bible____12/12/1983 47 vs. Virginia Wesleyan____1/22/1988 47 vs. Piedmont Bible_____ 11/27/1984 45 vs. Piedmont Bible_____12/2/1985 44 vs. Methodist_ ________1/30/1988 40 vs. Fayetteville State_ ___1/19/1989 40 vs. Florida Atlantic_______1/6/1989 40 vs. NC Wesleyan_ ______ 1/17/1987 40 vs. Virginia Wesleyan____2/19/1986 39 vs. Davis & Elkins_ ______2/3/1989 39 vs. Methodist_ ________2/25/1987

FIELD GOALS (DIV. I ERA)

38 vs. Montreat__________1/11/2006 36 vs. College of Charleston_ 1/24/2008 36 vs. Montreat_________11/19/2004 36 vs. Elon______________2/28/2004 36 vs. Winthrop__________ 1/16/1995 36 vs. Winthrop___________2/2/1994 36 vs. UNC Asheville_______1/15/1994 36 vs. Chicago State_ ______2/1/1993

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

91 vs. Piedmont Bible_____12/12/1983 81 vs. Methodist_ ________ 1/31/1987 80 vs. Appalachian State_ __1/11/2003 79 vs. Davis & Elkins_ ______2/3/1989 79 vs. Piedmont Bible____ 11/27/1984 78 vs. Virginia Wesleyan____1/22/1988 76 vs. NC Wesleyan_ ______ 2/21/1986 75 vs. Christopher Newport__ 1/19/1985 75 vs. NC Wesleyan_ ______1/10/1985 74 vs. Iowa_ ____________12/4/2004 74 vs. Longwood_ ________2/25/1989 74 vs. Methodist_ ________2/25/1987

FIELD GOAL ATT. (DIV. I ERA)

80 vs. Appalachian State_ __1/11/2003 74 vs. Iowa_ ____________12/4/2004 73 vs. Liberty____________ 1/31/1994 72 vs. Akron_ __________12/22/1996 72 vs. Winthrop__________ 1/17/1994

FIELD GOAL PCT.

.721 (31-43) vs. Armstrong St._3/2/1989 .667 (36-54) vs. C. of Charl._ 1/24/2008 .667 (38-57) vs. Ferrum_____1/7/1986 .667 (36-54) vs. Methodist__ 1/20/1988 .660 (33-50) vs. VA Wesleyan_2/27/1988 .656 (40-61) vs. NC Wesleyan_ 1/17/1987 .655 (38-58) vs. Mt. Olive___ 1/27/1986 .652 (30-46) vs. Pembroke S._12/2/1988 .643 (45-70) vs. Pied. Bible_ 12/2/1985 .627 (32-51) vs. Appalachian St._1/8/2002 .623 (33-53) vs. Wagner___11/19/2002

FIELD GOAL PCT. (DIV. I ERA)

.667 (36-54) vs. C. of Charl._ 1/24/2008 .627 (32-51) vs. Appalachian St._1/8/2002 .623 (33-53) vs. Wagner___11/19/2002 .620 (31-50) vs. Appalachian St._2/19/2005 .615 (32-52) vs. N. Carolina A&T_1/16/2002

FIELD GOAL PCT., HALF

.842 (16-19, 2nd) vs. College of Charleston_2/25/2008 .731 (19-26, 1st) vs. Armstrong Atlantic____.3/2/1989 .706 (12-17, 2nd) vs. Armstrong Atlantic____.3/2/1989 .667 (18-27, 2nd) vs. College of Charleston_ 1/24/2008 .667 (18-27, 1st) vs. College of Charleston_ 1/24/2008 .654 (17-26, 1st) vs. USC Upstate, 11/24/2009 .645 (20-31, 2nd) vs. Piedmont Bible_____ 12/2/1985 .641 (25-39, 1st) vs. Piedmont Bible_____ 12/2/1985 .630 (17-27, 1st) vs. Appalachian State____ 1/8/2002

3-PT. FIELD GOALS

16 vs. North Carolina St. (OT)_ 1/2/2007 15 vs. Western Carolina_ ____1/8/1992 13 vs. Chattanooga_ ______2/14/2009 13 vs. Elon______________2/28/2004 13 vs. Chattanooga_ _______1/6/1992 12, 13 times

3-PT. FIELD GOALS (DIV. I ERA)

16 vs. North Carolina St. (OT)_ 1/2/2007 15 vs. Western Carolina_ ____1/8/1992 13 vs. Chattanooga_ ______2/14/2009 13 vs. Elon______________2/28/2004 13 vs. Chattanooga_ _______1/6/1992 12, 13 times

3-PT. FIELD GOAL ATT.

36 vs. North Carolina St. (OT)_ 1/2/2007 34 vs. Furman_ __________2/10/2008 34 vs. Chattanooga_ ______1/10/2008 32 vs. Coll. of Charleston_ __ 2/10/2007 32 vs. Siena_____________ 1/11/1992 31 vs. Western Carolina_ ___1/19/2004 30 vs. Chattanooga_ ______2/11/2006 30 vs. Winthrop__________2/13/1995 30 vs. Western Carolina_ ____1/8/1992 30 vs. Western Carolina_ __ 12/30/1991

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30 vs. Wake Forest_______ 11/23/1991

3-PT. FIELD GOAL ATT. (DIV. I ERA)

36 vs. North Carolina St. (OT)_ 1/2/2007 34 vs. Furman_ __________2/10/2008 34 vs. Chattanooga_ ______1/10/2008 32 vs. Coll. of Charleston_ __ 2/10/2007 32 vs. Siena_____________ 1/11/1992 31 vs. Western Carolina_ ___1/19/2004 30 vs. Chattanooga_ ______2/11/2006 30 vs. Winthrop__________2/13/1995 30 vs. Western Carolina_ ____1/8/1992 30 vs. Western Carolina_ __ 12/30/1991 30 vs. Wake Forest_______ 11/23/1991

3-PT. PCT. (MIN. 10 ATT.)

.727 (8-11) vs. Wofford _ ____2/1/2003 .700 (7-10) vs. E. Tennessee St._1/18/1999 .667 (10-15) vs. N. Carolina A&T_12/9/1995 .643 (9-14) vs. Cent. Florida _12/8/1991 .625 (10-16) vs. UNC Ashe.__ 2/20/1997

FREE THROWS

35 vs. Elon______________2/12/2007 33 vs. Furman_ ___________ 1/9/2010 33 vs. Marshall (OT)______ 11/11/2006 32 vs. East Carolina______12/28/2000 32 vs. E. Tennessee State___1/29/2001 30 vs. Saint Peter’s_ ______2/18/2006 30 vs. E. Tennessee State___1/14/2002 30 vs. Chicago State_ _____2/20/1993 30 vs. Eckerd___________12/20/1988

FREE THROWS (DIV. I ERA)

35 vs. Elon______________2/12/2007 33 vs. Furman_ ___________ 1/9/2010 33 vs. Marshall (OT)______ 11/11/2006 32 vs. East Carolina______12/28/2000 32 vs. E. Tennessee State___1/29/2001 30 vs. Saint Peter’s_ ______2/18/2006 30 vs. E. Tennessee State___1/14/2002 30 vs. Chicago State_ _____2/20/1993

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS

54 vs. Furman_ ___________ 1/9/2010 49 vs. Chicago State_ _____2/20/1993 45 vs. Elon______________2/12/2007 43 vs. Western Carolina_ ___ 2/14/2007 43 vs. Eckerd___________12/20/1988 41 vs. UMBC_ ___________2/19/1994 40 vs. Georgia Southern____1/29/2007 40 vs. Hampton_________11/26/2005 40 vs. Coastal Carolina____11/23/2004 40 vs. North Carolina A&T _ _12/7/1996 40 vs. UNC Asheville_______2/27/1993

FREE THROW ATT. (DIV. I ERA) 54 vs. Furman_ ___________ 1/9/2010 49 vs. Chicago State_ _____2/20/1993 45 vs. Elon______________2/12/2007 43 vs. Western Carolina_ ___ 2/14/2007 41 vs. UMBC_ ___________2/19/1994 40 , five times

FT PCT. (MIN. 10 ATT.)

1.000 (14-14) vs. Chattanooga_ _1/7/2003 1.000 (13-13) vs. Appalachian St._3/8/2008 1.000 (12-12) vs. Furman______2/4/2006 1.000 (10-10) vs. Wofford______3/5/2003 .947 (18-19) vs. Appalachian St._1/17/2004 .947 (18-19) vs. Syracuse____11/30/1996 .914 (32-35) vs. East Carolina_12/28/2000 .913 (21-23) vs. Davidson ______3/3/2001

REBOUNDS

56 vs. Davis & Elkins_ ______2/3/1989 56 vs. Virginia Wesleyan____1/22/1988 56 vs. Averett_____________2/4/1985 55 vs. Coastal Carolina_____1/12/1994 55 vs. Piedmont Bible____ 11/27/1984 54 vs. Western Carolina_ ___2/20/1999 54 vs. Charleston Southern__ 2/25/1995 54 vs. Winthrop__________ 1/17/1994 53 vs. Piedmont Bible____12/12/1983

REBOUNDS (DIV. I ERA)

55 vs. Coastal Carolina_____1/12/1994 54 vs. Western Carolina_ ___2/20/1999 54 vs. Charleston Southern__ 2/25/1995 54 vs. Winthrop__________ 1/17/1994

ASSISTS

31 vs. Piedmont Bible______12/2/1985 30 vs. Piedmont Bible____ 11/27/1984 29 vs. Bridgewater_______11/30/2004 28 vs. Methodist_ ________ 1/31/1987 27 vs. NC Wesleyan_ ______ 1/17/1987 26 vs. Washington & Lee___ 1/13/1987 25 vs. Appalachian State_ __12/6/1995 25 vs. Shenandoah_ _______1/9/1987 25 vs. Ferrum____________12/3/1986 25 vs. Averett_____________2/4/1985 25 vs. St. Andrew’s________2/15/1984

ASSISTS (DIV. I ERA)

29 vs. Bridgewater_______11/30/2004 25 vs. Appalachian State_ __12/6/1995 24 vs. Charleston Southern__2/25/1995 23, 10 times

STEALS

20 vs. Montreat__________1/11/2006 20 vs. Piedmont Bible_____12/2/1985 19 vs. Guilford__________12/16/2004 16 vs. Chattanooga_ ______2/28/2008 16 vs. Charleston Southern__1/27/1996 16 vs. Campbell__________12/3/1994 16 vs. NC Wesleyan_ ______ 1/17/1987 15, seven times

STEALS (DIV. I ERA)

20 vs. Montreat__________1/11/2006 19 vs. Guilford__________12/16/2004 16 vs. Chattanooga_ ______2/28/2008 16 vs. Charleston Southern__1/27/1996 16 vs. Campbell__________12/3/1994 15, six times

BLOCKS

13 vs. William & Mary_____12/20/2004 12 vs. Georgia Southern_____2/8/2004 11 vs. Elon______________ 1/28/2010 11 vs. VMI_______________2/5/2001 11 vs. William & Mary______12/1/1994 10, six times

BLOCKS (DIV. I ERA)

13 vs. William & Mary_____12/20/2004 12 vs. Georgia Southern_____2/8/2004 11 vs. Elon______________ 1/28/2010 11 vs. VMI_______________ 2/5/2001 11 vs. William & Mary______ 12/1/1994 10, six times

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ANNUAL INDIVIDUAL LEADERS NOTE: Division I era began with 1991-92 season. UNCG competed in Division II from 1988-91 and in Division III from 1967-88. Stats before 1979-80 for the most part not available.

SCORING AVERAGE

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Year 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79

Player Ben Stywall Mikko Koivisto Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Ronnie Burrell Jay Joseph James Maye James Maye Courtney Eldridge Demetrius Cherry Nathan Jameson Derrick Nix Tony Daughtry Brian Brunson Scott Hartzell Scott Hartzell Scott Hartzell Yusuf Stewart Yuset Stewart Greg Stauffer Marvin Dawson Ron Sheppard Frazier Bryant Robert Bryant John Baker Joe Monroe Esker Tatum Esker Tatum Scott Harper David Whiteside Larry Moore Sherman Bowden

G Pts Avg. 31 444 14.3 29 359 12.4 31 596 19.2 29 605 20.9 30 578 19.3 30 451 15.0 28 477 17.0 29 474 16.3 29 401 13.8 31 453 14.6 28 384 13.7 27 285 10.6 28 332 11.9 30 375 12.5 30 373 12.4 29 456 15.7 27 357 13.2 27 363 13.4 28 413 14.8 26 539 20.7 27 347 12.9 27 547 20.3 27 446 16.5 28 511 18.3 27 657 24.3 22 396 18.0 26 483 18.6 25 404 16.2 24 341 14.2 25 365 14.5 28 498 17.8 24 281 11.7 14 238 17.0

REBOUNDS / REB. AVERAGE

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Year 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85

Player Ben Stywall Ben Stywall Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Ronnie Burrell James Maye David Schuck David Schuck Demetrius Cherry Sam Brinson Demetrius Cherry Larry Gilbert Eric Cuthrell Eric Cuthrell Eric Cuthrell Brian Brunson Yusuf Stewart Yusuf Stewart Steve Hunter Chris Collins Steve Hunter Marvin Dawson Verdel Ellis Verdel Ellis Frazier Bryant Robert Bryant John Baker

G 31 30 31 29 30 30 27 29 31 31 28 26 25 30 30 29 27 27 28 26 25 28 19 27 10 27 28 27 22

Reb Avg. 323 10.4 251 8.4 281 9.1 260 9.0 247 8.2 259 8.6 189 7.0 187 6.4 208 6.7 258 8.3 262 9.4 185 7.1 214 8.6 200 6.7 276 9.2 284 9.8 216 8.0 132 4.9 173 6.2 124 4.8 123 4.9 115 4.1 86 4.5 206 7.6 100 10.0 248 9.2 160 5.7 176 6.5 181 8.2

1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79

ASSISTS Year 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81

STEALS Year 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87

Rick Lloyd Kelvin Huggins Kelvin Huggins Hubert Mitchell Chris Robertson Larry Moore

196 226 212 162 146 157

7.8 9.0 8.9 6.9 5.6 6.5

Player Kyle Randall Mikko Koivisto Dwayne Johnson Dwayne Johnson Dwayne Johnson Ricky Hickman Ronnie Taylor Ray Bristow Courtney Eldridge Courtney Eldridge Courtney Eldridge Courtney Eldridge Derrick Nix Derrick Nix Scott Hartzell Scott Hartzell Scott Hartzell Scott Hartzell Keyford Langley Keyford Langley Keyford Langley Ron Sheppard NOT AVAILABLE Greg Myrick Greg Myrick William Powell William Powell Chris Sloan Steve Hoyme Scott Harper

G 31 29 31 29 30 30 27 27 30 31 28 26 28 30 30 29 27 27 28 26 28 27

Ast 80 70 128 116 117 87 139 90 182 179 142 81 93 134 149 148 145 110 124 59 73 88

28 27 25 26 24 24 25

158 104 159 122 118 49 65

Player Ben Stywall Ben Stywall Kyle Hines Ricky Hickman Ricky Hickman Ricky Hickman Jay Joseph Ronnie Burrell Jay Joseph Courtney Eldridge Courtney Eldridge Courtney Eldridge Sam Brinson Derrick Nix Derrick Nix Eric Cuthrell Eric Cuthrell Eric Cuthrell Yusuf Stewart Keyford Langley Keyford Langley Keyford Langley Ron Sheppard NOT AVAILABLE Ron Sheppard

G 31 30 31 30 28 30 28 27 29 30 31 28 26 28 30 30 29 27 27 28 26 28 27

Stl 48 37 56 51 77 79 33 33 36 78 82 38 45 31 42 37 63 48 45 47 40 43 75

28

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G 30 29 31 29

Blk 44 57 95 64

BLOCKED SHOTS Year 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07

25 25 24 25 26 24

Player Pete Brown Damian Eargle Kyle Hines Kyle Hines

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2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87

Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Ronnie Burrell Sean McCarthy David Schuck Nathan Popp Sam Brinson Sam Brinson Larry Gilbert Larry Gilbert Eric Cuthrell Eric Cuthrell Eric Cuthrell Eric Cuthrell Marty Kornegay Marty Kornegay Gary Cox Marvin Dawson NOT AVAILABLE Frazier Bryant

FIELD GOALS Year 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79

Player Ben Stywall Ben Stywall Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Jay Joseph James Maye James Maye David Schuck Demetrius Cherry Nathan Jameson Demetrius Cherry Larry Gilbert Brian Brunson Scott Hartzell Scott Hartzell Scott Hartzell Yusuf Stewart Yusuf Stewart Greg Stauffer Marvin Dawson Ron Sheppard Frazier Bryant Robert Bryant John Baker Joe Monroe Esker Tatum Esker Tatum Scott Harper David Whiteside Larry Moore

30 30 27 29 31 28 23 26 28 30 30 29 27 27 28 23 27 27

84 106 26 28 41 39 29 42 22 33 52 68 51 15 9 15 17 8

28

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FGs 161 124 235 233 239 175 165 177 136 154 158 95 132 116 152 133 117 109 135 195 127 220 181 226 275 162 216 158 139 153 189 114

Player Ben Stywall Ben Stywall Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Ronnie Burrell Josh Gross Luke Boythe Ronnie Taylor Demetrius Cherry Ricardo Trevisan Demetrius Cherry Tony Daughtry Eric Cuthrell Eric Cuthrell Eric Cuthrell

FGA-FGM 161-331 124-242 235-423 233-420 239-384 175-282 156-267 79-152 83-133 101-196 158-296 66-130 132-244 114-245 115-213 123-205 95-155

Brian Brunson Keyford Langley Steve Hunter Steve Hunter Steve Hunter Verdel Ellis Verdel Ellis Ron Sheppard John Baker Rick Lloyd Kelvin Huggins Esker Tatum David Whiteside David Whiteside Ralph Casstevens

3-POINT FIELD GOALS Year 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84

Player Mikko Koivisto Mikko Koivisto Mikko Koivisto Mikko Koivisto Ricky Hickman Ricky Hickman Jay Joseph Jay Joseph Jay Joseph Nathan Jameson Nathan Jameson Nathan Jameson Matt Javit Tony Daughtry Scott Hartzell Scott Hartzell Scott Hartzell Scott Hartzell Steve Johnson Yusuf Stewart Greg Stauffer Greg Stauffer Stewart York Todd Schayes ------------------------------------Joe Monroe

101-197 89-189 93-171 92-152 111-160 181-274 70-117 69-118 162-258 58-105 125-207 139-263 132-232 189-283 82-167

Pct. .486 .512 .556 .555 .622 .621 .584 .520 .624 .515 .534 .508 .541 .465 .540 .600 .613

Year 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87

.513 .432 .544 .605 .694 .661 .598 .585 .628 .552 .604 .529 .569 .668 .491

3-FGs 52 74 80 57 62 41 74 70 58 61 51 56 33 64 76 93 67 73 59 36 61 31 20 43

Player 3FGA-FGM Kendall Toney 47-152 Mikko Koivisto 75-208 Mikko Koivisto 80-176 Kendall Toney 50-115 Kevin Oleksiak 59-163 Josh Gross 29-70 Ray Bristow 35-90 James Maye 48-120 Jay Joseph 58-141 Jay Joseph 59-139 Nathan Jameson 51-128 Nathan Jameson 56-119 Justin Stewart 30-66 Tony Daughtry 64-136 Scott Hartzell 76-174 Scott Hartzell 93-212 Scott Hartzell 67-158 Scott Hartzell 73-160 Steve Johnson 59-141 Chuck Fortney 23-51 Keyford Langley 26-57 Greg Stauffer 31-101 NO ONE QUALIFIED (Stewart York 20-43 for .465) NOT AVAILABLE

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FREE THROWS Year 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79

Player Ben Stywall Ben Stywall Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Ricky Hickman Ronnie Burrell Ronnie Burrell James Maye David Schuck Courtney Eldridge Courtney Eldridge Sam Brinson Derrick Nix Larry Gilbert Eric Cuthrell Scott Hartzell Eric Cuthrell Yusuf Stewart Yusuf Stewart Yusuf Stewart Chris Collins Marvin Dawson Ron Sheppard Ron Sheppard Robert Bryant John Baker William Powell Esker Tatum Kelvin Huggins David Whiteside David Whiteside Larry Moore

FTs 121 103 125 138 122 129 102 72 156 136 99 74 80 86 95 97 64 102 89 113 68 107 76 61 107 72 57 88 66 82 120 53

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3-PT FG PCT. (MIN. 50 ATT.)

FIELD GOAL PCT. (MIN. 100 ATT.) Year 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94

1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79

Pct. .309 .356 .455 .435 .362 .414 .389 .400 .411 .424 .398 .471 .455 .471 .437 .439 .424 .456 .418 .451 .456 .307

Year 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79

Player FTA-FTM Mikko Koivisto 46-55 Mikko Koivisto 65-73 Kevin Oleksiak 82-113 Ricky Hickman 129-172 (NOTE: Mikko Koivisto 38-48 Kevin Oleksiak 68-85 Kevin Oleksiak 48-56 Jay Joseph 73-87 Ronnie Burrell 60-76 David Schuck 156-194 Nathan Jameson 77-86 Nathan Jameson 72-82 James Maye 65-87 Derrick Nix 80-106 Larry Gilbert 86-118 Scott Hartzell 65-79 Scott Hartzell 97-108 Scott Hartzell 56-71 Scott Hartzell 72-81 Patrick Faber 50-64 Yusuf Stewart 113-159 Chris Collins 68-80 Marvin Dawson 107-131 Marvin Dawson 49-77 Allan Hild 57-79 Robert Bryant 107-139 Rick Lloyd 39-62 William Powell 57-70 William Powell 67-91 Mark Stafford 40-50 David Whiteside 82-103 David Whiteside 120-132 Larry Moore 53-64

Pct. .836 .890 .726 .709 .792) .800 .857 .839 .789 .804 .895 .878 .747 .755 .729 .823 .898 .789 .889 .781 .711 .850 .817 .636 .722 .770 .629 .814 .736 .800 .796 .909 .828

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THE SOUTHERN CONFERENCE The Southern Conference, which began its 90th season of intercollegiate competition in 2010, is a national leader in emphasizing the development of the student-athlete and in helping to build lifelong leaders and role models. The Southern Conference has been on the forefront of innovation and originality in developing creative solutions to address issues facing intercollegiate athletics. From establishing the first conference basketball tournament (1921), tackling the issue of freshmen eligibility (1922), developing women’s championships (1984), to becoming the first conference to install the three-point goal in basketball (1980), the Southern Conference has been a pioneer. The Southern Conference is the nation’s fifth-oldest NCAA Division I collegiate athletic association. Only the Big Ten (1896), the Missouri Valley (1907), the Pacific 10 (1915) and the Southwestern Athletic (1920) conferences are older in terms of origination. Academic excellence has been a major part of the Southern Conference’s tradition. Hundreds of Southern Conference student-athletes have been recognized on ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-America and all-district teams. A total of 19 Rhodes Scholarship winners have been selected from conference institutions. The Conference currently consists of 12 members in five states throughout the Southeast and sponsors 19 varsity sports and championships that produce participants for NCAA Division I Championships. The Southern Conference offices are located in the historic Beaumont Mill in Spartanburg, S.C. A textile mill that was in operation from 1880 until 1999, Beaumont Mill was renovated in 2004 and today offers the league first class meeting areas and offices as well as a spacious library for storage of the conference’s historical documents. Membership History On Feb. 25, 1921, representatives from 14 of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association’s (SIAA) 30 members met at Atlanta’s Piedmont Hotel to establish the Southern Intercollegiate Conference. On hand at the inaugural meeting were officials from Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute (Auburn), Clemson, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology (Georgia Tech), Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi A&M (Mississippi State), North Carolina, North Carolina State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech) and Washington & Lee. Dr. S.V. Sanford of Georgia was chosen as acting chairman and N.W. Dougherty of Tennessee was named secretary. The decision to form a new athletic conference was motivated by the desire to have a workable number of conference games for each league member. With 30 schools in the SIAA by the early 1920s, it was impossible to play every school at least once during the regular season and many schools went several years between playing some conference members. In addition, in 1920, the SIAA voted down proposed rules that an athlete must be in a college a year before playing on its teams and refused to abolish a rule permitting athletes to play summer baseball for money. Play began in the fall of 1921 and a year later, six more schools joined the fledgling league including Tulane (which had attended the inaugural meeting but had elected not to join), Florida, Louisiana (LSU), Mississippi, South Carolina and Vanderbilt. VMI joined in 1925 and Duke was added in 1929. By the 1930s, membership in the Southern Conference had reached 23 schools. C.P. “Sally” Miles of Virginia Tech, president of the Southern Conference, called the annual league meeting to order on Dec. 9, 1932 at the Farragut

Hotel in Knoxville, Tenn. Georgia’s Dr. Sanford announced that 13 institutions west and south of the Appalachian Mountains were reorganizing as the Southeastern Conference. Members of the new league included Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Florida, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Mississippi A&M, University of the South, Tennessee, Tulane and Vanderbilt. According to the minutes of the meeting, Dr. Sanford stated that the division was made along geographical lines. Florida’s Dr. J.J. Tigert, acting as spokesman for the withdrawing group, regretted the move but believed it was necessary as the Southern Conference had grown too large. The resignations were accepted and the withdrawing schools formed the new league which began play in 1932. The Southern Conference continued with membership of 10 institutions including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Virginia, VMI, Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee. The second major shift occurred some 20 years later. By 1952, the Southern Conference included 17 colleges and universities. Another split occurred when seven schools including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest departed to form the Atlantic Coast Conference which began play in 1953. The revamped Southern Conference included members The Citadel, Davidson, Furman, George Washington, Richmond, VMI, Virginia Tech, Washington & Lee, West Virginia and William & Mary. Today, the league continues to thrive with a membership that includes 12 institutions and a footprint that spans five states: Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama and Georgia. Current league members are Appalachian State, College of Charleston, The Citadel, Davidson, Elon, Furman, Georgia Southern, UNC Greensboro, Samford, Chattanooga, Western Carolina and Wofford. Championship History The first Southern Conference Championship was the league basketball tournament held in Atlanta in 1922. The North Carolina Tar Heels won the tournament to become the first recognized league champion in any sport. The Southern Conference Tournament remains the oldest of its kind in college basketball. Commissioner Ken Germann spearheaded the Southern Conference’s expansion to include women’s athletics during the 1983-84 season. That year, league championships were held in volleyball, basketball and tennis. Cross country joined the mix in 1985 and the league began holding indoor and outdoor track championships in 1988. Most recently, the conference instituted golf and softball championships in the spring of 1994 and added soccer in the fall of 1994. The Germann Cup, named in honor of the former commissioner, annually recognizes the top women’s athletics programs in the conference. From its humble beginnings, women’s athletics have become an integral part of the Southern Conference and its success. The Southern Conference declares champions in 10 men’s sports - football, soccer, cross country, basketball, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, wrestling, baseball, tennis and golf - and nine women’s sports - soccer, volleyball, cross country, basketball, indoor track and field, outdoor track & field, tennis, golf and softball.

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Football The Southern Conference has also excelled as the pre-

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mier Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) conference. Southern Conference member Appalachian State won the three consecutive FCS titles from 2005-07, becoming the first team to do so. The league boasts more than 250 players who have garnered All-America recognition and numerous national player or coach of the year awards. The conference has had at least one team in the Top 10 of the final FCS poll for 25 consecutive years with at least two teams finishing in the Top 20 in every season since 1982. The conference has placed multiple representatives in the FCS Playoffs in 23-of-27 seasons, with 16 Championship Game appearances and eight national titles. The Southern Conference has had at least one team reach the semifinals in 10 of the last 12 years and in 16 of the last 19 seasons. In 2007, Appalachian State became the first FCS team to defeat a nationally-ranked Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) team when the Mountaineers defeated No. 5-ranked Michigan, 34-32, on Sept. 1 before a sellout crowd at Michigan Stadium. Prior to the conference’s reclassification in 1981, Southern Conference football teams appeared in a total of 36 bowl games, posting a record of 16-18-2. From 1925-30, league schools won five football national championships in a six year span. There are nearly 40 former Southern Conference players in the College Football Hall of Fame. One of the most recognizable of these names is former North Carolina running back Charlie “Choo Choo” Justice who helped guide North Carolina to three bowl appearances. He was a first team All-America selection and Heisman Trophy runner-up in 1948 and 1949. In 1949, Justice earned first team all-conference honors for the fourth consecutive season, becoming the first player in league history to achieve that feat. He was a member of the league’s inaugural Hall of Fame Class in 2009. Another of the league’s football products that made it to the College Football Hall of Fame is Sam Huff of West Virginia. Huff was a three-year starter on both the offensive and defensive lines for the Mountaineers. In 1955, Huff earned first team All-America honors on the field and was a first team Academic All-America for his work in the classroom. He played 12 seasons in the National Football League for the New York Giants and the Washington Redskins. A member of the conference’s first Hall of Fame class, he was a five-time All-Pro defensive lineman and is also a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. In recent years, the Southern Conference has continued to produce outstanding student-athletes. In 1999, Georgia Southern’s Adrian Peterson captured the Walter Payton Award presented annually to the Football Championship Subdivision’s most outstanding offensive player. Furman’s Louis Ivory was awarded the honor in 2000, Georgia Southern’s Jayson Foster was presented with the 2007 trophy and most recently, Appalachian State’s record-setting quarterback, Armanti Edwards, became the first two-time winner in Payton Award history after claiming the honors

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in 2008 and 2009. Appalachian State’s Dexter Coakley was a three-time all-conference selection and consensus All-America in 1994, ’95 and ’96 before going on to stardom with the Dallas Cowboys. Coakley won a pair of Buck Buchanan Awards, given to Football Championship Subdivision’s top defensive player each year. Terrell Owens went from catching passes at Chattanooga to a stellar NFL career. Western Carolina’s David Patten and Appalachian State’s Matt Stevens were both members of the New England Patriots Super Bowl Champion team in 2002 and Patten also earned Super Bowl rings with the Patriots in 2004 and ’05. Basketball Men’s basketball was the first sport in which the conference held a championship. The league tournament is the nation’s oldest, with the inaugural championship held at Atlanta’s City Auditorium in 1922 and was won by North Carolina. Not only was the Southern Conference Tournament the first of its kind, the league also helped change the face of college basketball. In 1980, the league began a seasonlong experiment with a 22-foot three-point field goal with the approval of the NCAA Rules Committee. Ronnie Carr of Western Carolina made the first three-point field goal in college basketball history in a game against Middle Tennessee State on Nov. 29, 1980. Another college basketball tradition that originated in the Southern Conference is the traditional cutting of the nets by the winning team. According to USA Today, the practice of net cutting originated in 1947 with North Carolina State head coach Everett Case. As a first-year head coach, Case led the Wolfpack to the Southern Conference Tournament title. Case celebrated by claiming the nets as a souvenir of the win to commemorate the event. Basketball coaching legend Red Auerbach gives credit to former George Washington coach Bill Reinhart, who coached in the conference for nearly 30 years, as one of the originators of the modern fast-break. West Virginia’s 10 tournament championships are still the most in league history. The Mountaineers were led by the incomparable Jerry West from 1958 through ’60. West, a two-time All-America selection, spurred West Virginia to the Final Four in 1959. The Mountaineers lost in the championship game that season to California, 71-70, but West earned Final Four Most Valuable Player honors. West was a three-time Southern Conference tournament MVP, a two-time league regular season MVP, and was twice named the conference’s Athlete of the Year. He went on to a spectacular career with the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association and was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1979. He was a 14time NBA All-Star while with the Lakers. It is West’s silhouette that comprises the NBA’s globally recognized logo. Frank Selvy set the NCAA record for points in a game while at Furman. On Feb. 13, 1954, the senior scored 100 points in a game against Newberry, a record that still stands. Selvy was the Southern Conference Most Valuable Player in 1953 and 1954 and the league’s Athlete of the Year in 1954. He went on to a 10-year career in the NBA. Selvy and his former Lakers teammate West were both enshrined in the league’s Hall of Fame in 2009. Rod Hundley was another West Virginia star during the 1950s. “Hot Rod” made a name for himself as one of the most spectacular players to tour the league during his era. Hundley averaged 24.5 points per game in his three seasons as a Mountaineer and was an all-conference and alltournament performer in each of those three years. He was the Southern Conference Most Valuable Player and Athlete of the Year as a senior in 1957. He was the first player selected in the 1957 NBA draft and enjoyed a six-year career in that league.

East Tennessee State’s Keith “Mister” Jennings made his mark on the college basketball world in the early 1990s. Despite standing less than six feet tall, Jennings was a twotime all-conference choice and the league’s Player of the Year and Athlete of the Year in 1991. Jennings played with the Golden State Warriors of the NBA. Besides West Virginia’s team in 1959, the Southern Conference has been represented in the Final Four on two other occasions. North Carolina advanced to the NCAA championship game in 1943 before falling 43-40 to Oklahoma State. North Carolina State finished third in the tournament in 1950. Davidson continued the record of success by advancing to the NCAA Tournament’s Elite Eight in 2008 as coach Bob McKillop’s Wildcats came within a basket of making the Final Four behind the play of sophomore guard Stephen Curry. Curry, a two-time SoCon Male Athlete of the Year winner, led the nation in scoring as a junior at 28.6 points per game. Women’s basketball competition began in the Southern Conference in 1983-84 with seven teams. In the sport’s history, seven schools have won the league’s tournament at least once with Chattanooga winning 12 and Appalachian State owning six titles. UNC Greensboro won the 1998 tournament as head coach Lynne Agee became the first coach to take a team to the NCAA Tournament in all three Divisions - I, II and III. In 2001, Chattanooga head coach Wes Moore became the first coach in NCAA history to take three different teams to the NCAA Tournament in all three Divisions. Since 1984, seven different teams have claimed at least a share of the regular season crown. Chattanooga has the most overall titles with 15, six of them shared. Chattanooga also owns the most outright championships with nine. Only five players have won the conference Player of the Year award twice: East Tennessee State’s DeShawne Blocker in 1992-93 and 1994-95; Furman’s Jackie Smith, 1997-98 and 1998-99 and Chattanooga’s Damita Bullock (2000, ’01), Alex Anderson (2007, ’08) and Shanara Hollinquest (2009, ’10). Other Sports In baseball, Wake Forest advanced to the championship game of the NCAA College World Series in 1949. Demon Deacon second baseman Charles Teague was named the College World Series Most Valuable Player. The Citadel made history in 1990 by becoming the first military school to make an appearance at the College World Series. The Bulldogs were joined that season at the College World Series by current conference member Georgia Southern. One of the Southern Conference’s more famous baseball alums is Duke’s Dick Groat. The Blue Devil shortstop, who was also a basketball standout, was the conference’s Athlete of the Year in 1951 and 1952. He went on to a 14-year career in the major leagues. In 1960, he was named the National League MVP after he led the league in batting with a .325 average for the World Champion Pittsburgh Pirates. Among Southern Conference alums to grace Major League Baseball fields have been Atlee Hammaker (East Tennessee State), Jeff Montgomery (Marshall) and Mike Ramsey (Appalachian State). Other SoCon players to go on to a career in the major leagues include Angels third baseman Dallas McPherson (The Citadel), pitchers Britt Reames (The Citadel) and Ryan Glynn (VMI) who both pitched with Oakland in 2005, Furman’s Tom Mastny, a pitcher with the Cleveland Indians (2007) and Georgia Southern’s Brian Rogers, who pitched with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2007. Currently in the majors is College of Charleston’s Brett Gardner, who earned a World Series ring with the New York Yankees in 2009. Arnold Palmer, perhaps the world’s most famous golfer, competed under the Southern Conference banner as a

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collegian at Wake Forest. He took medalist honors at the Southern Conference Tournament in 1948 and 1949 and was the tournament’s runner-up in 1950. Palmer was the medalist at the NCAA Golf Championships in 1949 and 1950. He went on to become one of the most accomplished golfers to play on the professional tour. Palmer won 60 tournaments while competing on the PGA Tour and has added 10 more victories as a member of the Senior PGA Tour. A member of the league’s Hall of Fame, he won eight major championships - four Masters, two British Opens, one U.S. Open and one U.S. Amateur. Furman golfer Dottie Pepper was named the Southern Conference Women’s Athlete of the Decade in the 1980s and was honored as part of the league’s 25th anniversary of women’s championships celebration in 2007-08. Appalachian State’s Mary Jayne Harrelson won the NCAA Outdoor title at 1,500 meters in 1999 and 2001. Furman’s Brandi Jackson won the NCAA Women’s Golf East Regional in the spring of 2003. Coaches and Administrators The Southern Conference has also been a breeding ground for some of college athletics’ most recognized coaches and administrators. Legendary basketball coaches Adolph Rupp of Kentucky and Everett Case of North Carolina State both worked the sidelines in the Southern Conference. Rupp guided the Wildcats to a 30-5 mark during the 1931 and 1932 seasons. Yet, for all his coaching accomplishments, Rupp never led Kentucky to a Southern Conference tournament championship. Case mentored the Wolfpack to six consecutive Southern Conference Tournament championships from 1947 through 1952. Lefty Driesell coached Davidson to three Southern Conference Tournament championships in 1966, 1968 and 1969. Driesell also won the league’s Coach of the Year award four straight times from 1963 through 1966. Former Georgia Tech coach Bobby Cremins earned league Coach of the Year honors three times in the late ’70s and early ’80s while at Appalachian State and is now the head coach at the College of Charleston. Terry Holland saw his basketball coaching career take off at Davidson when he returned to his alma mater in 1970. Holland was honored as the Southern Conference Coach of the Year for three consecutive seasons from 1970-72 and led the Wildcats to the conference tournament title and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament in 1970. J. Dallas Shirley, a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame, spent 21 years as the assistant to the commissioner and supervisor of officials in the Southern Conference. He also served as president of the International Association Basketball Officials and the United States Olympic Basketball Committee. The legendary Paul “Bear” Bryant got his coaching start in the Southern Conference as he guided the Maryland Terrapins in 1945. Another famous Southern Conference football coach is the late Frank Howard of Clemson, who guided the Tigers as a league member from 1940-52. The incomparable Howard won 69 Southern Conference games. The Southern Conference has been represented on the sidelines at five Super Bowls in recent years. Bobby Ross, who piloted the San Diego Chargers to the 1996 Super Bowl, was the head coach at The Citadel from 1973-77. Former Buffalo Bills head coach Marv Levy directed William & Mary from 1964-68. He was succeeded at William & Mary by Lou Holtz. William & Mary competed in the Southern Conference from 1936-77.

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NATIONAL, REGIONAL, CONF. AWARDS ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-AMERICA Kyle Hines

Hon. Mention

USBWA ALL-DISTRICT Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Kyle Hines

District III District III District III

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN Nathan Jameson Nathan Jameson

First Team First Team

SECOND-TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE Kelvin Huggins

2006-07

2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

1999-2000 2000-01

FIRST-TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE Bruce Shaw Gary Marshall Bruce Shaw Mark Bullock David Whiteside David Whiteside Esker Tatum Esker Tatum Joe Monroe Robert Bryant Frazier Bryant Ron Sheppard Scott Hartzell Eric Cuthrell Eric Cuthrell Demetrius Cherry Demetrius Cherry Demetrius Cherry Courtney Eldridge Courtney Eldridge Courtney Eldridge Courtney Eldridge David Schuck Kyle Hines Ronnie Burrell Ricky Hickman Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Ben Stywall Ben Stywall

Dixie Dixie Dixie Dixie Dixie Dixie Dixie Dixie Dixie Dixie Dixie Dixie Big South Big South Big South SoCon (C) SoCon (C) SoCon (M) SoCon (C) SoCon (M) SoCon (C) SoCon (M) SoCon (C) SoCon (C) SoCon (C) SoCon (C) SoCon (M) SoCon (C) SoCon (C) SoCon (M) SoCon (C) SoCon (M) SoCon (C) SoCon (M)

(C) - coaches’ all-conference squad (M) - media all-conference squad

1968-69 1970-71 1972-73 1976-77 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 1997-98 1999-2000 1999-2000 2000-01 2000-01 2001-02 2001-02 2001-02 2004-05 2004-05 2005-06 2005-06 2005-06 2006-07 2006-07 2007-08 2007-08 2009-10 2009-10

John Baker Ron Sheppard Verdel Ellis Scott Hartzell Brian Brunson Demetrius Cherry David Schuck Ronnie Burrell Ricky Hickman

Dixie Dixie Dixie Dixie Big South Big South SoCon (M) SoCon (M) SoCon (M) SoCon (M)

1982-83 1984-95 1986-87 1987-88 1995-96 1995-96 1997-98 2001-02 2004-05 2005-06

THIRD-TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE James Maye James Maye Jay Joseph Ronnie Burrell Kyle Hines Ricky Hickman

SoCon (M) SoCon (M) SoCon (M) SoCon (M) SoCon (M) SoCon (M)

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Derrick Nix Nathan Jameson James Maye Jay Joseph Kyle Hines David McClenny Ben Stywall Damian Eargle Kyle Randall Kyle Randall

Big South SoCon SoCon SoCon SoCon SoCon SoCon SoCon SoCon (C) SoCon (M)

2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2003-04 2004-05 2006-07

SCOTT HARTZELL

1994-95 1997-98 1998-99 2000-01 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2008-09 2009-10 2009-10

CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Kyle Hines Kyle Hines

SoCon (C) SoCon (M)

CONFERENCE ROOKIE / FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Scott Hartzell Derrick Nix Jay Joseph Jay Joseph Kyle Hines Kyle Hines

Big South Big South SoCon (C) SoCon (M) SoCon (C) SoCon (M)

CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR Jim Swiggert Bob McEvoy Bob McEvoy

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Dixie Dixie Dixie

2006-07 2006-07

1992-93 1994-95 2000-01 2000-01 2004-05 2004-05

KYLE HINES

1971-72 1986-87 1987-88

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FIRST-TEAM ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

Kendall Toney Kyle Hines

Chris Roberson David Whiteside Robert Bryant Ron Sheppard Verdell Ellis Derrick Nix Eric Cuthrell Eric Cuthrell Jeremy Davis Scott Hartzell Courtney Eldridge David Schuck Kyle Hines Josh Gross Kyle Hines Kyle Hines

ROOKIES OF THE WEEK

Dan Pipehoff

Dixie Dixie Dixie Dixie Dixie Dixie Big South Big South Big South Big South Big South SoCon SoCon SoCon SoCon SoCon SoCon

1971-72 1979-80 1979-80 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 1995-96 1995-96 2000-01 2000-01 2004-05 2004-05 2005-06 2007-08

Scott Hartzell Scott Hartzell Skeet Woolard Stace Bell Scott Hartzell David Jackson Derrick Nix Derrick Nix Derrick Nix

SoCon SoCon

Big South Big South Big South Big South Big South Big South Big South Big South Big South

Nov. 26, 2007 March 3, 2008

Dec. 1, 1992 Jan. 4, 1993 Jan. 18, 1993 Jan. 24, 1993 Feb. 9, 1993 Feb. 23, 1993 Dec. 5, 1994 Feb. 12, 1995 Feb. 26, 1995

SECOND-TEAM ALL-TOURNAMENT Derrick Nix Jay Joseph Courtney Eldridge James Maye Ricky Hickman Kyle Hines Ben Stywall

SoCon SoCon SoCon SoCon SoCon SoCon SoCon

1997-98 2000-01 2001-02 2001-02 2004-05 2006-07 2009-10

CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT MVP Scott Hartzell

Big South

ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM Matt Javit

Big South

1995-96

1996-97

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Scott Hartzell Eric Cuthrell Scott Hartzell Demetrius Cherry Demetrius Cherry Courtney Eldridge Jay Joseph Nathan Jameson James Maye David Schuck Courtney Eldridge Ronnie Burrell Kyle Hines Ricky Hickman Ricky Hickman Kyle Hines Ricky Hickman Kyle Hines

Big South Jan. 15, 1995 Big South Feb. 26, 1995 Big South Jan. 29, 1996 SoCon Week 10, 1997-98 SoCon Week 4, 1999-2000 SoCon Week 2, 2000-01 SoCon Week 8, 2000-01 SoCon Week 11, 2000-01 SoCon Week 6, 2001-02 SoCon Week 11, 2001-02 SoCon Week 12, 2001-02 SoCon Week 11, 2003-04 SoCon Week 3, 2004-05 SoCon Dec. 13, 2005 SoCon Dec. 12, 2007 SoCon Jan. 23, 2007 SoCon Jan. 30, 2007 SoCon Nov. 19, 2007

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1967-68 2-11 overall Head Coach: Jim Swiggett vs. Charleston!....................................... L 79-80 vs. Greensboro!...................................... L 65-69 at St. Andrews........................................ L 53-62 METHODIST.............................................L 74-77 at Baptist............................................. L 78-115 GREENSBORO........................................ L 78-82 at UNC Charlotte.................................... L 83-87 NO. CAROLINA WESLEYAN.................... W 87-65 at Methodist......................................... L 92-109 UNC CHARLOTTE.................................... L 80-96 ST. ANDREWS....................................... W 70-67 at Greensboro...................................... L 71-105 at Baptist............................................... L 65-96 ! - St. Andrews Tournament

1968-69 4-15 overall, 3-11 DIAC (7th) Head Coach: Jim Swiggett

at Greensboro*...................................... L 59-67 UNC CHARLOTTE*.................................. L 63-66 at St. Andrews*.......................................L 71-87 at Charleston*........................................L 71-77 at No. Carolina Wesleyan*...................... L 69-73 METHODIST............................................ L 69-73 GREENSBORO........................................ L 58-65 LYNCHBURG*....................................... W 78-71 METHODIST*.......................................... L 65-66 at UNC Charlotte*...................................L 60-74 CHARLESTON*..................................... W 94-84 NO. CAROLINA WESLEYAN*...................W 92-74 at Methodist*........................................ L 69-90 EASTERN MENNONITE.......................... W 90-80 at Greensboro*.......................................L 61-76 ST. ANDREWS*...................................... L 83-87 at Eastern Mennonite............................. L 65-70 at Lynchburg*...................................... L 67-107 at UNC Charlotte ^................................. L 61-79 * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

1969-70 4-16 overall, 4-10 DIAC (T-7th) Head Coach: Jim Swiggett

at Charleston!*...................................... L 64-92 vs. Lander!..............................................L 74-95 at Barber-Scotia..................................... L 62-79 UNC CHARLOTTE*.................................. L 55-62 GREENSBORO*.................................... W 81-69 at No. Carolina Wesleyan*...................... L 71-73 at Methodist*........................................ L 67-91 CHARLESTON*..................................... W 70-66 at Madison............................................. L 63-89 at Lynchburg*.........................................L 51-90 at St. Andrews*...................................... L 68-71 at UNC Charlotte*.................................. L 54-65 NO. CAROLINA WESLEYAN*.................. W 67-60 MADISON............................................... L 70-90 BARBER-SCOTIA.................................... L 65-93 LYNCHBURG*......................................... L 77-87 at Greensboro*...................................... L 66-81 ST. ANDREWS*...................................... L 77-88 METHODIST*........................................ W 70-61 Methodist^............................................ L 60-78 ! - Charleston Tournament * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

1970-71 8-10 overall, 6-6 DIAC (T-4th) Head Coach: Jim Swiggett

GREENSBORO...................................... W 71-69 LYNCHBURG*....................................... L 80-115 FLORIDA PRESBYTERIAN...................... L 69-102 at No. Carolina Wesleyan*.................... W 95-69 at St. Andrews*.................................... W 93-86 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN*........................... W 79-71 at Methodist*........................................ L 64-83 at Lynchburg*........................................ L 58-77 ST. ANDREWS*.................................... W 82-73

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at Greensboro*.......................................L 74-78 BARBER-SCOTIA.................................. L 73-100 NO. CAROLINA WESLEYAN*.................. W 72-53 GREENSBORO*...................................... L 59-82 at Virginia Wesleyan*......................... W 103-73 at Christopher Newport........................... L 70-73 METHODIST*.........................................W 74-73 at Barber-Scotia..................................... L 92-99 St. Andrews ^......................................... L 81-84 * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

1971-72 10-15 overall, 7-5 DIAC (T-3rd) Head Coach: Jim Swiggett

CENTRAL WESLEYAN............................... L 78-80 at Barber-Scotia................................... L 90-130 at Elon!...................................................L 51-92 vs. Pfeiffer!............................................ L 71-83 at Greensboro*............................. (OT) W 89-78 at No. Carolina Wesleyan*.......................L 71-74 at St. Andrews*.................................... W 63-62 METHODIST*.......................................... L 71-79 at Lynchburg*........................................ L 80-86 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT..................... W 82-71 vs. George Mason+................................. L 75-84 vs. Virginia Wesleyan+............................ L 55-56 LYNCHBURG*.................................(OT) W 72-71 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN*......................... W 104-73 ST. ANDREWS*.................................... W 90-78 GREENSBORO*.................................... W 94-70 NO. CAROLINA WESLEYAN*.................... L 79-83 at Central Wesleyan................................ L 76-94 at Christopher Newport......................... W 68-63 at Virginia Wesleyan*........................... W 85-81 at Methodist*........................................ L 71-84 BARBER-SCOTIA.................................... L 75-97 at St. Andrews^.................................... W 81-75 at Lynchburg^.........................................L 74-80 Greensboro^.......................................... L 90-94 * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament ! - Elon Tournament + - Newport News Tournament

! - Bridgewater Tournament * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

at Greensboro........................................ L 79-98 CENTRAL WESLEYAN............................. W 63-58 at Lynchburg*........................................ L 81-93 at Methodist*.......................................L 98-116 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN*........................... W 75-63 at George Mason!................................ L 83-113 vs. Clinch Valley!............................. (OT) L 79-80 at Christopher Newport*........................ L 61-66 at Virginia Wesleyan*......................... W 112-68 LYNCHBURG*......................................... L 68-79 NO. CAROLINA WESLEYAN*.................. W 72-62 ST. ANDREWS*.................................... W 76-62 at Greensboro*.................................... W 71-69 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT*..................... L 68-72 METHODIST*........................................ L 86-101 GREENSBORO*...................................... L 85-86 at Central Wesleyan.............................. W 76-60 at No. Carolina Wesleyan*.....................W 74-71 at St. Andrews*.....................................W 81-71 Greensboro ^......................................... L 91-98 ! - George Mason Tournament * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

1973-74 2-19 overall, 1-13 DIAC (8th) Head Coach: Jim Swiggett

at Central Wesleyan.............................. L 88-108 METHODIST*.......................................... L 65-83 LYNCHBURG*........................................L 85-116 at Greensboro*...................................... L 73-83 AVERETT............................................... W 87-50 at St. Andrews*...................................... L 68-83 vs. Bridgewater!..................................... L 73-92 vs Eastern Mennonite!........................... L 76-92 at No. Carolina Wesleyan*...................... L 53-70 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN*............................. L 72-79

1974-75 6-16 overall, 3-11 DIAC (T-6th) Head Coach: Jim Swiggett

vs. High Point!........................................ L 68-82 at Elon!.................................................. L 67-97 AVERETT............................................... W 87-59 at Methodist*........................................ L 67-77 at Christopher Newport*........................ L 58-77 at Virginia Wesleyan*........................... L 83-105 ST. ANDREWS*.........................(3 OT) L 101-103 COKER................................................. W 82-76 at Averett............................................. W 85-55 at Lynchburg*........................................ L 79-95 METHODIST*.......................................... L 64-82 at Greensboro*...................................... L 77-84 NO. CAROLINA WESLEYAN*.................... L 61-63 LYNCHBURG*..........................................L 87-97 at No. Carolina Wesleyan*.................... W 70-59 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT*.............(OT) W 81-77 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN*............................. L 88-90 at St. Andrews*...................................... L 90-98 GREENSBORO*...................................... L 88-99 at Coker................................................. L 77-78 Greensboro ^....................................... W 88-82 Methodist ^........................................... L 65-83

! - Elon Tournament * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

1972-73 9-11 overall, 7-7 DIAC (T-4th) Head Coach: Jim Swiggett

at Lynchburg*........................................ L 76-90 at Methodist*........................................ L 45-91 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT*..................... L 52-80 at Virginia Wesleyan*........................... L 71-104 at Christopher Newport*...................... L 52-110 NO. CAROLINA WESLEYAN*.................. W 87-83 GREENSBORO*...................................... L 64-91 ST. ANDREWS*...................................... L 53-68 at Averett............................................... L 81-82 CENTRAL WESLEYAN............................. L 85-100 Methodist ^........................................... L 59-95

1975-76 8-11 overall, 6-8 DIAC (4th) Head Coach: Jack Mehl

AVERETT............................................... W 93-53 at Virginia Wesleyan*............................. L 60-80 at Christopher Newport*........................ L 43-84 at St. Andrews*.................................... W 65-62 at High Point.......................................... L 46-92 HIGH POINT............................................ L 68-76 at Averett............................................. W 77-54 GREENSBORO*..............................(OT) W 89-87 LYNCHBURG*......................................... L 78-99 at No. Carolina Wesleyan*.................... W 73-70 at Greensboro*...................................... L 76-82 METHODIST*.......................................... L 59-80 NO. CAROLINA WESLEYAN*.................. W 99-87 at Lynchburg*........................................ L 72-86 at Methodist*........................................ L 59-80 ST. ANDREWS* (OT).............................. W 87-85 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN*............................. L 72-92 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT*................... W 45-44 Christopher Newport ^........................... L 61-66 * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

1976-77 11-15 overall, 7-7 DIAC (4th) Head Coach: Jack Mehl

AVERETT*........................................... W 102-76 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN*........................... W 94-75 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT*................... W 72-70 at Rice................................................... L 65-90 at Warren Wilson.................................W 111-83 vs. Elmhurst! ......................................... L 71-80 vs. Wheaton! ....................................... L 73-102 at Washington & Lee.............................. L 70-86 at Haverford........................................... L 76-80 PFEIFFER.............................................. L 98-112 ST. ANDREWS*...................................... L 85-92 at Averett*........................................... W 89-61

at Greensboro*...................................... L 66-75 NO. CAROLINA WESLEYAN*.................. W 90-88 at Methodist*........................................ L 77-93 GREENSBORO*...................................... L 83-90 at No. Carolina Wesleyan*.................... W 96-83 WARREN WILSON..................................W 94-71 METHODIST*.......................................... L 55-59 at St. Andrews*.................................... W 83-82 at Christopher Newport*........................ L 82-84 at Virginia Wesleyan*........................... W 83-82 PFEIFFER.................................................L 74-95 WASHINGTON & LEE............................. L 94-101 Virginia Wesleyan ^.............................. W 75-72 Methodist ^........................................... L 54-67 ! - St. Petersburg Tournament * - DIAC Games ^ - DIAC Tournament

1977-78 8-15 overall, 5-9 DIAC (T-5th) Head Coach: Jack Mehl

SHENANDOAH.................................... W 102-67 COKER................................................. W 80-72 at Averett*............................................. L 78-84 EMORY & HENRY.................................. W 95-82 at Christopher Newport*........................ L 72-84 at Virginia Wesleyan*........................... L 87-105 ST. PAUL’S...............................................L 77-81 at Emory & Henry................................... L 35-40 at Longwood........................................... L 80-84 AVERETT*............................................... L 67-80 METHODIST*...........................................L 74-80 LONGWOOD....................................... L 102-103 at St. Andrews*.....................................W 77-76 at Methodist*...................................... L 82-109 NO. CAROLINA WESLEYAN*.................. W 86-65 at Greensboro*...................................... L 83-91 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT*..................... L 62-64 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN*#.......................... L 67-82 ST. ANDREWS*.................................... W 65-63 at No. Carolina Wesleyan*.................... W 87-86 GREENSBORO*.................................... W 58-56 at Roanoke............................................. L 54-83 Christopher Newport ^........................... L 72-95 # - played at Greensboro Coliseum * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

1978-79 8-16 overall, 6-8 DIAC (T-5th) Head Coach: Larry Hargett

at Warren Wilson.................................. W 87-62 at VMI...................................................L 91-114 AVERETT*............................................. W 81-79 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT*......................L 71-81 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN*............................. L 75-94 CENTRAL WESLEYAN............................. L 78-100 vs. Earlham!......................................... W 81-70 vs. Armstrong State!............................. L 68-107 vs. Alma+............................................... L 66-78 vs. Kalamazoo+...................................... L 82-94 at Western Carolina...............................L 74-104 at Averett*........................................... W 91-70 at Methodist*........................................ L 63-84 NO. CAROLINA WESLEYAN*.................. W 82-68 ST. ANDREWS*.................................... W 67-58 METHODIST*.......................................... L 79-93 at No. Carolina Wesleyan*............. (2OT) L 82-90 GREENSBORO*...................................... L 79-84 at Christopher Newport*...................... W 66-62 at Virginia Wesleyan*........................... L 86-100 at St. Andrews*...................................... L 67-80 at Roanoke............................................. L 75-88 Greensboro*........................................ W 87-83 Methodist ^......................................... L 86-103 ! - Armstrong State Tournament + - Wooster Tournament * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

LEADING SCORERS: Sherman Bowden........................... 17.0 ppg Larry Moore...................................11.7 ppg Steve Miller...................................11.2 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS Larry Moore..................................... 6.5 rpg Sherman Bowden............................. 6.2 rpg NOTE: Bowden played in just 14 of 24 games

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1979-80 16-12 overall, 11-3 DIAC (2nd) Head Coach: Larry Hargett DIAC Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament

N 24 WARREN WILSON................................. W 95-56 26 ELON...................................................... L 55-62 30 at Tulsa...................................................L 51-73 D 1 at Oklahoma.......................................... L 62-90 7 at Christopher Newport*...................... W 73-68 8 at Virginia Wesleyan*............................. L 62-64 15 CHARLESTON......................................... L 62-63 J 3 at Western Carolina................................ L 66-77 5 at The Citadel......................................... L 63-81 9 MARY WASHINGTON............................. W 73-63 12 AVERETT*............................................. W 61-49 16 METHODIST*........................................ W 78-60 19 at No. Carolina Wesleyan*.................... W 98-58 22 at St. Andrews*...................................... L 52-53 26 at Methodist*.......................................W 59-51 29 NO. CAROLINA WESLEYAN*.................. W 82-67 F 2 at Greensboro*.................................... W 57-56 5 at Guilford.............................................. L 66-77 8 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT*..................... L 57-62 9 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN*........................... W 96-79 12 ST. ANDREWS*.................................... W 93-80 16 GREENSBORO*.................................... W 64-45 at Averett*........................................... W 86-72 21 GREENSBORO ^................................... W 77-60 22 No. Carolina Wesleyan ^....................... W 79-78 23 Christopher Newport ^......................... W 72-71 vs. Savannah State &............................. L 58-61 at Southwestern &.................................. L 80-88 * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament & - NCAA Division III Regionals

LEADING SCORERS: David Whiteside (Jr., F)................... 17.8 ppg Chris Roberson (Jr., F)....................10.1 ppg Chuck Snipes (Soph., G/F)...............8.4 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS Chris Roberson (Jr., F)...................... 5.6 rpg David Whiteside (Jr., F)..................... 5.0 rpg

1980-81 17-8 overall, 11-3 DIAC (T-1st) Head Coach: Larry Hargett DIAC Reg. Season Co-Champions

N 21 TIFFIN................................................... W 96-92 25 GUILFORD............................................ W 86-72 29 at Charleston..........................................L 51-62 D 1 at Elon................................................... L 56-64 6 at South Florida...................................... L 44-62 J 2 at Baptist............................................. W 65-50 3 at Florida Tech...................................... W 80-78 5 at Mercer............................................... L 65-88 12 at Mary Washington.............................. W 97-75 15 NO. CAROLINA WESLEYAN*.................. W 73-70 17 at Averett*........................................... W 82-58 21 METHODIST*........................................ W 88-80 23 at Christopher Newport*.......................W 77-71 24 at Virginia Wesleyan*............................. L 55-56 27 ST. ANDREWS*.................................... W 86-80 31 at Methodist*...................................... W 67-66 F 3 at No. Carolina Wesleyan*.................... W 87-80 5 AVERETT*...................................... (OT) W 30-28 7 GREENSBORO*.....................................W 71-61 13 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT*................... W 84-60 14 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN*............................. L 68-86 17 at St. Andrews*...................................... L 64-76 21 at Greensboro*.................................... W 82-73 25 AVERETT ^............................................ W 70-69 26 Christopher Newport ^........................... L 66-71 * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

LEADING SCORERS: Scott Harper..................................14.5 ppg David Whiteside (Sr., F)..................14.4 ppg Hubert Mitchell (Soph., G/F)............9.2 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Hubert Mitchell (Soph., G/F)............ 6.9 rpg David Whiteside (Sr., F).................... 5.4 rpg

1981-82 14-10 overall, 9-5 DIAC (3rd) Head Coach: Larry Hargett

N 21 at Washington & Lee............................ W 60-58 24 at Guilford.............................................. L 58-60 30 at Western Carolina.................................L 57-91 D 2 COKER................................................. W 96-94 3 vs. Catawba!#........................................ L 55-86 5 vs. Greensboro!#.................................. W 80-61 9 at Elon................................................... L 56-61 11 HAMPDEN-SYDNEY............................... W 72-63 16 AVERETT*............................................. W 63-62 19 THIEL................................................. W 118-94 J 12 at Averett*.......................................(OT) L 57-65 14 at No. Carolina Wesleyan*...................... L 66-78 20 at Methodist*...................................... W 87-66 22 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT*................... W 70-61 23 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN*........................... W 79-70 26 at St. Andrews*...................................... L 64-88 30 METHODIST*........................................ W 82-65 F 3 NO. CAROLINA WESLEYAN*...................W 74-61 6 GREENSBORO*#.................................... L 48-59 12 at Christopher Newport*...................... W 44-43 13 at Virginia Wesleyan*............................W 61-57 17 ST. ANDREWS*.......................................L 68-74 20 GREENSBORO*#..................................W 60-59 23 GREENSBORO ^..................................... L 61-62 ! - Kiwanis Classic # - Greensboro Coliseum * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

LEADING SCORERS: Esker Tatum (Jr., G/F).....................14.2 ppg Kelvin Hughes................................12.2 ppg Hubert Mitchell (Jr., G/F)..................7.4 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Kelvin Hughes.................................. 8.9 rpg Esker Tatum (Jr., G/F)....................... 5.3 rpg

19 vs. Shorter!.......................................... W 75-62 22 WASHINGTON & LEE............................... L 42-43 26 at James Madison.................................. L 40-67 D 2 at Guilford+.......................................... W 64-62 3 vs. High Point+....................................... L 64-67 7 ELON...................................................... L 62-66 12 PIEDMONT BIBLE............................... W 122-62 22 at East Tennessee State.......................... L 53-70 J 9 at Elon................................................... L 68-96 12 at No. Carolina Wesleyan*.................... W 44-42 14 AVERETT*..............................................W 52-51 18 at Methodist*........................................ L 57-69 20 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN*........................... W 72-71 21 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT*................... W 87-70 24 at St. Andrews*%.................................W Forfeit 28 METHODIST*........................................ W 69-52 F 1 NO. CAROLINA WESLEYAN*.................... L 57-78 4 at Greensboro*...................................... L 72-79 6 at Averett*............................................W 74-52 10 at Christopher Newport*........................ L 72-77 11 at Virginia Wesleyan*............................. L 64-76 15 ST. ANDREWS*.................................... W 79-75 18 GREENSBORO*...................................... L 48-50 22 METHODIST ^....................................... W 70-65 24 at No. Carolina Wesleyan ^..................... L 44-51 ! - Oglethorpe Tournament + - Guilford Tournament % - Game forfeited to UNCG (original L 57-68) * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

14 at Ferrum............................................. W 80-76 J 7 FERRUM............................................... W 83-73 9 NO. CAROLINA WESLEYAN*.................. W 59-58 11 at Averett*............................................. L 58-67 at Methodist*...................................... W 80-59 17 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN*........................... W 78-73 18 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT*................... W 85-78 21 at St. Andrews*.................................... W 68-66 25 METHODIST*........................................ W 78-67 27 at Mt. Olive............................................W 77-71 29 at No. Carolina Wesleyan*...................... L 59-72 F 1 at Greensboro*.................................... W 68-66 3 AVERETT*............................................... L 73-78 7 at Christopher Newport*........................ L 61-77 8 at Virginia Wesleyan*............................. L 65-70 13 ST. ANDREWS*...................................... L 69-72 15 GREENSBORO*.................................... W 71-68 19 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN^........................... W 86-75 21 vs. No. Carolina Wesleyan^..................... L 65-82 ! - Frostburg State Tournament * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

LEADING SCORERS: Joe Monroe....................................18.6 ppg William Powell...............................10.7 ppg Michael Eades.................................7.3 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Rick Lloyd.........................................7.8 rpg Robert Jones.................................... 5.9 rpg

1986-87 22-6 overall, 12-2 DIAC (1st) Head Coach: Bob McEvoy DIAC Regular Season Champions

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1982-83 16-9 overall, 10-4 DIAC (T-3rd) Head Coach: Ed Douma 20 23 11 20 13 15 19 21 22 25 29 2 5 7 9 11 12 16 19 23

FINDLAY............................................... W 72-64 GUILFORD............................................ W 79-68 vs. Elon!#............................................. W 82-69 at Guilford!#........................................ W 71-64 vs. USC Spartanburg!#........................... L 73-97 at Hampden-Sydney......................(2 OT) L 76-85 vs. High Point+..................................... W 57-46 at Guilford+............................................ L 54-68 at Mercer............................................... L 52-63 NO. CAROLINA WESLEYAN*.................. W 86-85 at Averett*........................................... W 62-60 METHODIST*........................................ W 57-54 at Virginia Wesleyan*........................... W 58-45 at Christopher Newport*...................... W 76-64 ST. ANDREWS*.................................... W 72-69 at Methodist*........................................ L 71-72 at No. Carolina Wesleyan*...................... L 52-55 GREENSBORO*.................................... W 86-78 AVERETT*........................................... W 100-90 at Appalachian State............................ W 58-54 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT*....................W 87-81 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN*........................... W 70-69 at St. Andrews*...................................... L 58-60 at Greensboro*...................................... L 69-70 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT ^..................... L 77-88

! - Kiwanis Classic + - Guilford Tournament # - Greensboro Coliseum * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

LEADING SCORERS: Esker Tatum...................................16.2 ppg Kelvin Huggins...............................13.4 ppg Hubert Mitchell..............................11.2 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Kelvin Huggins................................. 9.0 rpg Hubert Mitchell................................ 8.2 rpg

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1983-84 12-14 overall, 8-6 DIAC (T-3rd) Head Coach: Ed Douma 18 at Oglethorpe!........................................ L 60-75

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1984-85 9-16 overall, 7-7 DIAC (T-3rd) Head Coach: Bob McEvoy

N 16 at Atlantic Christian......................... (OT) L 66-79 20 UNION ................................................... L 81-82 24 CHARLESTON......................................... L 42-66 26 CATHOLIC............................................. W 79-75 27 PIEDMONT BIBLE............................... W 109-64 29 at Washington & Lee...............................L 64-74 D 3 at SW Louisiana................................... L 60-101 5 at New Orleans....................................... L 55-80 11 GUILFORD.............................................. L 59-65 J 10 NO. CAROLINA WESLEYAN*.................... L 71-80 12 at Averett*........................................... W 63-56 16 METHODIST*........................................ W 71-70 18 at Virginia Wesleyan*............................. L 61-72 19 at Christopher Newport*........................ L 78-95 22 ST. ANDREWS*............................. (OT) W 66-65 24 at Elon................................................... L 50-64 26 at Methodist*...................................... W 80-78 30 at No. Carolina Wesleyan*.................... W 55-54 F 2 GREENSBORO*...................................... L 59-67 4 AVERETT*..............................................W 76-61 8 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT*................... W 70-61 9 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN*..............................L 74-75 14 at St. Andrews*...................................... L 64-85 16 at Greensboro*...................................... L 63-65 20 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT$...............(OT) L 76-80 * - DIAC game $ - DIAC Tournament

LEADING SCORERS: John Baker.....................................18.0 ppg Joe Monroe....................................13.6 ppg William Powell...............................11.2 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: John Baker....................................... 8.2 rpg Rick Lloyd.........................................7.2 rpg

LEADING SCORERS: Robert Bryant................................24.3 ppg Frazier Bryant................................11.1 ppg Early Pickett.....................................7.6 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Robert Bryant.................................. 6.5 rpg Early Pickett......................................5.1 rpg

N 21 vs. Bridgewater!................................... W 57-54 22 vs. Eastern Mennonite!......................... W 76-52 29 at Mercer............................................... L 45-65 D 3 at Ferrum............................................. W 75-65 6 at East Tennessee State........................ W 86-75 10 AVERETT*............................................. W 78-76 20 at Charleston......................................... L 42-72 29 at Wittenberg+....................................... L 64-82 30 vs. Wabash+......................................... W 60-59 J 9 vs. Shenandoah†................................. W 83-46 10 GUILFORD............................................ W 66-53 13 WASHINGTON & LEE............................. W 73-61 17 at No. Carolina Wesleyan*.................. W 105-81 21 METHODIST*........................................ W 91-84 24 at Virginia Wesleyan*............................. L 68-77 25 at Christopher Newport*........................ L 63-69 27 ST. ANDREWS*.................................... W 76-64 31 at Methodist*.............................(2 OT) W 87-86 F 4 NO. CAROLINA WESLEYAN*.................. W 81-75 7 GREENSBORO*.................................... W 82-76 9 at Averett*........................................... W 80-73 13 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT*................... W 85-55 14 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN*........................... W 70-65 18 at St. Andrews*.................................... W 80-64 21 at Greensboro*.................................... W 56-53 25 METHODIST**..................................... W 97-64 27 Greensboro**.......................................W 80-51 28 No. Carolina Wesleyan**........................L 70-74 ! - Shenandoah Tournament + - Wittenberg Tournament † - at Greensboro College * - DIAC game ** - DIAC Tournament

LEADING SCORERS: Frazier Bryant................................18.3 ppg Ron Sheppard (Soph.)....................13.6 ppg Allan Hild.......................................11.9 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Frazier Bryant.................................. 5.7 rpg Allan Hild......................................... 5.3 rpg

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at Frostburg State!................................. L 59-75 vs. Muskingum!...................................... L 56-66 at Wofford.............................................. L 70-82 PIEDMONT BIBLE............................... W 101-35 at American............................................ L 48-62 at Catholic............................................. L 66-71 at Guilford.............................................. L 60-69 ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN.............................. L 65-84

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1987-88 19-8 overall, 13-1 DIAC (1st) Head Coach: Bob McEvoy DIAC Regular Season Champions 20 21 24 27 28 30 3

HAMPDEN-SYDNEY................................. L 75-77 vs. Baldwin-Wallace!.............................. L 83-86 FERRUM............................................... W 76-72 at Lenoir-Rhyne+.................................... L 63-70 vs. Mars Hill+........................................W 71-57 at East Tennessee State........................ W 77-52 at George Mason.................................. L 79-107

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9 ALLEGHENY..................................... (OT) L 68-70 12 at Averett*........................................... W 73-61 22 vs. Denison†.........................................W 61-51 23 at Muskingum†.................................... W 59-54 J 14 at Guilford.............................................. L 54-59 16 NO. CAROLINA WESLEYAN*.................. W 81-75 20 at Methodist*...................................... W 92-69 22 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN*......................... W 105-63 23 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT*................... W 81-75 26 ST. ANDREWS*...................................... L 58-59 30 METHODIST*........................................ W 96-77 F 3 at No. Carolina Wesleyan*.................... W 67-64 6 at Greensboro*.................................... W 62-60 8 AVERETT*............................................. W 73-56 12 at Christopher Newport*...................... W 73-66 13 at Virginia Wesleyan*........................... W 77-55 17 ST. ANDREWS*.....................................W 76-74 20 GREENSBORO*............................. (OT) W 69-66 26 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN**........................ W 70-49 27 Christopher Newport**.......................... L 61-70 ! - at Greensboro College + - Lenoir-Rhyne Tournament † - Muskingum Tournament * - DIAC games ** - DIAC Tournament

LEADING SCORERS: Ron Sheppard (Jr.).........................16.5 ppg Verdel Ellis (Soph.).........................15.1 ppg Marvin Dawson (Jr.)........................10.3 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Verdel Ellis (Soph.)........................... 9.0 rpg Marvin Dawson (Jr.).......................... 5.5 rpg

6 at VMI.................................................... L 50-76 9 ARMSTRONG STATE................................ L 86-89 16 at Mt. Olive........................................... W 76-73 19 vs. Kentucky State+#.............................. L 81-94 20 vs. Pace+#............................................. L 60-87 30 at Rollins................................................ L 73-76 J 2 at Eckerd................................................ L 56-80 4 at Armstrong State................................. L 60-67 8 at Cornell............................................... L 56-78 13 WOFFORD.............................................. L 72-76 15 LONGWOOD.................................. (OT) W 73-70 18 at Fayetteville State................................ L 82-96 22 at USC Spartanburg............................... L 57-75 24 at North Carolina A&T............................. L 75-91 29 at Pembroke State................................. L 76-84 F 2 at Davis & Elkins.................................... L 79-86 5 PEMBROKE STATE.................................. L 63-66 8 USC SPARTANBURG............................... L 64-68 10 GREENSBORO...................................... W 70-57 14 FAYETTEVILLE STATE............................. W 76-62 17 at Wofford.............................................. L 58-67 21 at Longwood........................................... L 77-88 26 QUEENS............................................... W 68-64 ! - Winston-Salem State Tournament # - Greensboro Coliseum + - UNCG Classic

LEADING SCORERS: Greg Stauffer.................................12.9 ppg Chris Collins..................................12.0 ppg Steve Hunter (Jr., F)........................10.8 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Steve Hunter (Jr., F).......................... 4.5 rpg Gary Cox.......................................... 4.2 rpg

1988-89 14-13 overall Head Coach: Bob McEvoy N 18 vs. Buffalo!............................................ L 81-89 19 vs. St. Paul’s!....................................... W 71-49 22 MT. OLIVE............................................. W 79-69 28 at East Carolina...................................... L 49-69 D 2 at Pembroke State............................... W 72-61 5 Pfeiffer+............................................... W 87-73 7 at Appalachian State.............................. L 59-91 10 at VMI.................................................... L 55-76 12 ARMSTRONG STATE.............................. W 84-63 19 vs. Pitt-Johnstown†#............................ W 92-71 20 vs. Eckerd†#........................................ W 85-66 J 6 at Florida Atlantic................................. W 86-78 10 at Florida Tech...................................... L 86-100 14 WOFFORD............................................ W 63-57 19 at Fayetteville State................................ L 94-99 21 NO. CAROLINA WESLEYAN...................... L 62-64 23 PEMBROKE STATE.................................. L 77-79 25 LONGWOOD............................................L71- 74 F 1 at Winthrop............................................ L 56-65 3 DAVIS & ELKINS................................... W 91-58 9 at Wofford............................................ W 79-76 11 GREENSBORO...................................... W 79-76 15 FAYETTEVILLE STATE............................. W 92-86 20 at Davis & Elkins.................................. W 91-75 25 at Longwood.................................... (OT) L 80-86 M 2 at Armstrong State................................. L 72-73 4 at Liberty................................................ L 83-84 ! - Longwood Tournament + - at Pembroke † - UNCG Classic # - Greensboro Coliseum

LEADING SCORERS: Marvin Dawson (Sr.)...................... 20.3 ppg Verdel Ellis (Jr.)..............................13.5 ppg Ron Sheppard (Sr.).........................12.4 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Verdel Ellis (Jr.).............................. 10.0 rpg Marvin Dawson (Jr.)...........................7.6 rpg

1990-91 9-17 overall Head Coach: Bob McEvoy

N 23 at UNC Wilmington..................................L 51-69 28 at Eastern Kentucky................................ L 66-78 D 1 FRANCIS MARION.................................. L 63-76 3 at Winthrop............................................ L 67-73 7 WINGATE!............................................ W 83-64 8 PEMBROKE STATE!................................. L 63-86 20 at Colorado Christian.............................. L 70-90 22 at Denver.............................................. W 70-68 J 2 at Lincoln Memorial.............................. W 72-66 5 CORNELL.............................................. W 84-78 7 BUFFALO.............................................. W 76-70 9 at Francis Marion................................... L 63-64 12 QUEENS...........................................(OT) L 56-61 14 at Pembroke State................................. L 64-73 17 at Campbell........................................... L 67-88 19 USC AIKEN........................................... W 87-72 23 NORTH CAROLINA A&T#......................... L 67-81 26 WOFFORD.............................................. L 72-76 30 at Longwood........................................... L 59-64 F 6 LINCOLN MEMORIAL............................ W 78-65 9 LONGWOOD......................................... W 65-58 16 at Wofford.............................................. L 59-71 18 PEMBROKE STATE................................ W 80-64 23 at Queens............................................... L 77-79 26 at USC Aiken.......................................... L 68-76 M 5 LIBERTY................................................. L 63-70 ! - UNCG Classic # - Greensboro Coliseum

LEADING SCORERS: Yusuf Stewart (Soph., G)................ 20.7 ppg Chuck Fortney (Fr., G).......................9.6 ppg Steve Hunter (Sr., F).........................8.4 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Steve Hunter (Sr., F)......................... 4.9 rpg Yusuf Stewart (Soph., G)................... 4.8 rpg

1991-92 7-21 overall Head Coach: Mike Dement

NOTE: Ellis played in only 10 of 27 games.

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1989-90 6-22 overall Head Coach: Bob McEvoy (First season in Fleming Gym.) 24 25 27 29 2

vs. Paine!............................................... L 73-77 vs. Winston-Salem State!..................... W 67-65 DAVIS & ELKINS..................................... L 70-78 EAST CAROLINA#................................... L 57-60 at Winthrop............................................ L 78-85

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at Wake Forest [22]................................ L 59-87 UNC WILMINGTON................................ W 68-66 MOREHEAD STATE.................................. L 67-97 at Vermont............................................. L 52-72 at Fairleigh Dickinson............................. L 59-73 at William & Mary.......................... (OT) W 79-73 CENTRAL FLORIDA................................ W 66-63 CAMPBELL..............................................L 51-53 CHATTANOOGA....................................... L 62-64 at Cal State-Sacramento...................... W 72-63

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at St. Mary’s........................................... L 49-71 WESTERN CAROLINA......................(OT) W 81-79 at Central Florida.....................................L 57-71 at Chattanooga...................................... L 61-80 at Western Carolina.............................. W 65-55 SIENA.................................................... L 61-80 at Liberty................................................ L 52-56 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN....................... L 65-66 at Samford............................................. L 53-56 at North Carolina A&T ............................ L 57-72 LIBERTY................................................. L 53-58 at Morehead State................................. L 56-85 at Campbell........................................... L 52-69 EASTERN KENTUCKY............................... L 60-80 THE CITADEL........................................... L 60-73 at Maryland............................................ L 55-84 at Charleston Southern........................... L 54-70 at Navy..................................................W 74-71

LEADING SCORERS: Yusuf Stewart (Jr., G)......................14.8 ppg Keyford Langley (Sr., G)....................9.4 ppg Marty Kornegay (Jr., C).....................9.3 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Yusuf Stewart (Jr., G)........................ 6.2 rpg Marty Kornegay (Jr., C)..................... 4.3 rpg

1992-93 10-17 overall Head Coach: Mike Dement

D  1 WILLIAM & MARY........................ (2 OTs) L 76-81 5 at Campbell%......................................... L 54-72 7 VERMONT............................................... L 71-86 12 at Clemson............................................. L 62-88 18 CENTRAL FLORIDA................................ W 78-66 21 WINTHROP............................................. L 70-84 29 vs. Delaware!......................................... L 60-67 30 vs. Army!.............................................. W 67-47 J 4 at Central Florida.................................... L 66-72 9 at Siena............................................... L 70-102 11 at Buffalo............................................... L 62-64 13 CAL-STATE SACRAMENTO..................... W 62-61 16 at Liberty................................................ L 62-72 18 SAMFORD.............................................. L 66-81 20 at West Virginia...................................... L 56-77 23 CAMPBELL.................................... (OT) W 77-75 25 at Charleston......................................... L 43-60 28 vs. North Carolina A&T+#....................... L 72-88 F 1 at Chicago State................................... W 95-89 3 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON......................... W 94-80 10 at The Citadel......................................... L 47-53 13 CHARLESTON....................................... W 70-57 15 at North Carolina State........................... L 65-87 23 CHICAGO STATE................................(OT) L 88-91 25 LIBERTY............................................... W 58-55 27 UNC ASHEVILLE.................................... W 96-81 M 1 NAVY.................................................... W 72-60 % - at Fayetteville, NC ! - Mt. St. Mary’s Tournament + - Wrangler-Nat Greene Classic # - Greensboro Coliseum

LEADING SCORERS: Scott Hartzell (Fr., G).....................13.4 ppg Yusuf Stewart (Sr., G/F).................. 12.6 rpg Brian Brunson (Fr., F/C)...................9.1 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Brian Brunson (Fr., F/C)................... 4.9 rpg Yusuf Stewart (Sr., G/F).................... 3.7 rpg Stace Bell (Fr., F).............................. 3.7 rpg

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1993-94 15-12 overall, 11-7 Big South (5th) Head Coach: Mike Dement 27 29 2 6 8 21 28 29 6 8 12 15 17 22 24 26

at Middle Tennessee State.................... W 70-56 at Austin Peay State............................. W 69-66 at North Carolina State........................... L 65-75 AUSTIN PEAY STATE...............................W 90-74 at Virginia Tech....................................... L 59-86 at William & Mary................................. W 93-82 at The Citadel......................................... L 46-63 at Florida State...................................... L 76-94 RADFORD*........................................... W 77-67 at Campbell*......................................... L 58-68 at Coastal Carolina*............................ W 82-77 at UNC Asheville*................................. W 82-61 WINTHROP*......................................... W 83-60 UMBC*................................................ W 69-68 TOWSON STATE*.................................... L 56-62 vs. North Carolina A&T+#....................... L 80-88

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CHARLESTON SOUTHERN*................... W 73-70 at Liberty*...............................................L 64-74 at Winthrop*........................................ W 86-69 COASTAL CAROLINA*........................... W 85-64 LIBERTY*............................................... L 65-63 at Radford*............................................ L 73-76 UNC ASHEVILLE*.................................. W 69-44 at UMBC*............................................ W 80-63 at Towson State*.....................................L 74-75 CAMPBELL*......................................... W 71-58 at Charleston Southern*...................(OT) L 90-97

+ - Wrangler-Nat Greene Classic # - Greensboro Coliseum * - Big South game (Not eligible for Big South Tourney - NCAA Trans.)

LEADING SCORERS: Scott Hartzell (Soph., G).................13.2 ppg Eric Cuthrell (Soph., F/C).................9.4 ppg Brian Brunson (Soph., F/C)..............8.9 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Eric Cuthrell (Soph., F/C)................. 8.0 rpg Jonathan Clifton (Soph., F)............... 6.4 rpg

1994-95 23-6 overall, 14-2 Big South (1st) Head Coach: Mike Dement Big South Regular Season Champions N 26 at Wake Forest [24]................................ L 55-75 D 1 WILLIAM & MARY................................. W 84-71 3 at Campbell!........................................ W 72-52 7 at Appalachian State.............................W 77-71 17 at St. Francis (PA)................................. W 75-48 19 at Akron............................................... W 47-44 28 vs. Buffalo%........................................... L 68-70 29 vs. Harvard%........................................ W 76-65 J 4 at Radford*.......................................... W 84-68 11 COASTAL CAROLINA*........................... W 79-68 14 UNC ASHEVILLE*...................................W 74-57 16 at Winthrop*.........................................W 94-71 18 at Charleston Southern*....................... W 77-67 21 at UMBC*............................................ W 80-69 23 at Towson State*.................................... L 66-73 25 vs. North Carolina A&T+#..................... W 73-56 28 RADFORD*........................................... W 89-62 30 LIBERTY*............................................. W 67-54 F 1 FLORIDA STATE#..................................... L 65-75 8 at Coastal Carolina*............................ W 87-68 11 at Liberty*.............................................W 74-63 13 WINTHROP*..........................................W 94-71 16 at UNC Asheville*................................. W 85-64 18 UMBC*.................................................. L 70-78 20 TOWSON STATE*...................................W 77-61 25 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN*................... W 98-70 M 3 Winthrop ^............................................W 75-51 4 Radford ^............................................. W 71-59 5 Charleston Southern ^............................ L 67-68 ! - at Fayetteville, NC % - Pepsi-Iona Classic + - Wrangler-Nat Greene Classic # - Greensboro Coliseum * - Big South game ^ - Big South Tournament

LEADING SCORERS: Scott Hartzell (Jr., G).......................15.7 ppg Eric Cuthrell (Jr., C).........................11.1 ppg Derrick Nix (Fr., F).............................9.0 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Eric Cuthrell (Jr., C)........................... 9.8 rpg Jonathan Clifton (Jr., F)..................... 5.4 rpg

1995-96 20-10 overall, 11-3 Big South (1st) Head Coach: Randy Peele Big South Champions NCAA Tournament

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at South Carolina................................... L 64-82 at Duke [12]............................................L 57-71 CAMPBELL........................................... W 69-60 Appalachian State#............................. W 80-64 vs. North Carolina A&T+#..................... W 82-76 at Hampton.......................................... W 86-78 AKRON................................................. W 82-57 at Southern ........................................... L 78-98 at SW Louisiana..................................... L 64-77 ST. FRANCIS ........................................ W 67-47

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13 COASTAL CAROLINA*........................... W 85-60 18 at UNC Asheville*................................. W 65-64 20 at Winthrop*........................................ W 82-60 22 UMBC*................................................ W 77-65 24 RADFORD*........................................... W 73-68 27 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN*................... W 90-64 29 LIBERTY*............................................. W 63-56 31 at Virginia Tech [13].................................L 48-74 F 7 at Radford*............................................ L 67-81 10 at Coastal Carolina*............................ W 75-62 12 UNC ASHEVILLE*.................................... L 56-65 15 at Liberty*.............................................. L 47-67 17 WINTHROP*......................................... W 89-60 19 at UNC Charlotte.................................... L 58-62 22 at UMBC*............................................ W 68-49 24 at Charleston Southern*....................... W 70-59 29 vs. Coastal Carolina $........................... W 78-67 M 1 vs. Charleston Southern $..................... W 69-60 2 at Liberty $........................................... W 79-53 15 Cincinnati & [7]...................................... L 61-66 # - Greensboro Coliseum + - Wrangler-Nat Greene Classic * - Big South game $ - Big South Tournament & - NCAA Southeast Regional

LEADING SCORERS: Brian Brunson (Sr., F).....................12.4 ppg Scott Hartzell (Sr., G)......................12.1 ppg Eric Cuthrell (Sr., C)........................10.8 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Eric Cuthrell (Sr., C).......................... 9.2 rpg Brian Brunson (Sr., F)....................... 5.2 rpg

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1996-97 10-20 overall, 6-8 Big South (T-5th) Head Coach: Randy Peele 23 27 29 30 5 7 9 21 28 29 31 4 6 8 11 15 18 20

at William & Mary................................... L 57-69 Stanford% [21]....................................... L 52-88 Arizona State%..................................... W 55-53 Syracuse% [12]...................................... L 56-73 at Appalachian State.............................. L 56-82 vs. North Carolina A&T+#..................... W 66-62 at Virginia Tech....................................... L 50-66 HAMPTON............................................ W 71-59 Northern Illinois$................................... L 72-73 Drexel$.................................................. L 61-69 at Georgia Tech...................................... L 40-65 LOYOLA................................................ W 78-70 UMBC*................................................ W 63-47 APPALACHIAN STATE.............................. L 70-78 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN*................... W 78-64 vs. Duke # [13]....................................... L 49-87 at Radford*............................................ L 58-72 at Liberty*............................................ W 52-46

22 at Loyola................................................ L 64-69 25 UNC ASHEVILLE*.................................... L 65-68 29 at UMBC*.............................................W 81-77 F 1 at Coastal Carolina*............................ W 66-58 3 WINTHROP*........................................... L 67-76 6 LIBERTY*............................................... L 49-56 8 at Charleston Southern*......................... L 72-79 13 RADFORD*........................................... W 77-67 15 at Winthrop*.......................................... L 64-70 20 at UNC Asheville*....................................L 67-74 22 COASTAL CAROLINA*............................. L 65-69 26 vs. Radford^........................................... L 76-78 # - Greensboro Coliseum % - Carrs Great Alaska Shootout + - Wrangler-Nat Greene Classic $ - Franklin Life Classic (Charleston, SC) * - Big South game ^ - Big South Tournament

LEADING SCORERS: Tony Daughtry (Sr., F/G).................12.5 ppg Derrick Nix (Jr., G)...........................11.2 ppg Larry Gilbert (Jr., C/F).....................11.0 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Larry Gilbert (Jr., C/F)....................... 6.7 rpg Demetrius Cherry (Soph., F)...............6.1 rpg

1997-98 9-19 overall, 6-9 SoCon (T-4th North) Head Coach: Randy Peele N D J F

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at Nebraska............................................L 51-75 at Syracuse............................................ L 53-83 WILLIAM & MARY................................... L 55-68 at Duke [1]............................................. L 37-93 vs. North Carolina A&T#....................... W 77-66 at Vanderbilt.......................................... L 65-83 at Belmont...................................... (OT) L 72-77 at Chattanooga*%............................... W 78-70 vs. Richmond%....................................... L 72-83 THE CITADEL*....................................... W 69-61 at VMI*.................................................. L 65-68 at Georgia Southern*........................... W 67-63 at Appalachian State*............................ L 61-78 BELMONT........................................ (OT) L 63-66 EAST TENNESSEE STATE*..................... W 68-65 at Western Carolina*.............................. L 61-75 at Wofford*............................................ L 65-69 VMI*.................................................... W 72-60 at East Tennessee State*.........................L 54-74 ELON.................................................... W 73-62 SOUTHERN............................................. L 79-93 DAVIDSON*........................................... L 68-69 WESTERN CAROLINA*............................ L 62-65 at Davidson*.......................................... L 59-76

17 21 26 27

FURMAN*............................................ W 58-56 APPALACHIAN STATE*............................ L 64-73 vs. Western Carolina$#......................... W 60-59 vs. Chattanooga$#................................. L 55-56

# - Greensboro Coliseum % - Dr. Pepper Classic (Chattanooga, TN) * - Southern Conference game $ - Southern Conference Tournament

LEADING SCORERS: Demetrius Cherry (Jr., F).................12.9 ppg Derrick Nix (Sr., G)..........................11.9 ppg Larry Gilbert (Sr., C)..........................8.9 ppg Matt Javit (Sr., F)..............................8.9 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Demetrius Cherry (Jr., F)................... 8.6 rpg Matt Javit (Sr., F).............................. 4.3 rpg

1998-99 7-20 overall, 5-11 SoCon (5th North) Head Coach: Randy Peele

N D J F

14 18 21 28 30 5 7 22 28 30 4 6 9 11 13 16 18 23 25 30 1 6 8 13 15 20 25

at Nebraska........................................... L 59-79 at Wake Forest....................................... L 45-82 ST. FRANCIS (PA).................................. W 63-60 at St. Francis ......................................... L 54-61 WILLIAM & MARY................................... L 55-69 NORTH CAROLINA A&T#......................... L 79-83 VMI*...................................................... L 84-86 at Tennessee.......................................... L 60-92 at William & Mary....................................L 74-79 at Duke [2].......................................... L 58-104 WOFFORD*............................................ L 65-77 COASTAL CAROLINA............................. W 79-62 WESTERN CAROLINA*............................ L 63-64 DAVIDSON*......................................... W 73-67 at The Citadel*....................................... L 53-61 at Furman*............................................ L 61-69 EAST TENNESSEE STATE*..................... W 79-65 at Charleston*....................................... L 55-78 at Appalachian State*............................ L 56-72 CHATTANOOGA*..................................... L 55-70 APPALACHIAN STATE*............................ L 56-72 at Davidson*........................................ L 69-101 at East Tennessee State*.........................L 57-74 GEORGIA SOUTHERN*.......................... W 83-56 at VMI*.................................................. L 67-82 at Western Carolina*............................ W 68-50 vs. Georgia Southern^#....................(OT) L 78-81

# - at Greensboro Coliseum * - Southern Conference game ^ - SoCon Tournament

LEADING SCORERS:

Demetrius Cherry (Sr., F)................12.8 ppg Nathan Jameson (Soph., G)............10.6 ppg James Maye (Fr., F).........................10.0 ppg Sam Brinson (Jr., F)..........................8.5 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Demetrius Cherry (Sr., F)................ 10.6 rpg Aaron Chavis (Soph., F).................... 4.7 rpg James Maye (Fr., F)........................... 4.6 rpg NOTE: Cherry played in only 5 of 27 games

1999-2000 15-13 overall, 9-7 SoCon (3rd North) Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

N D J F M

20 27 29 1 4 6 15 18 21 28 4 8 10 15 17 19 22 24 29 31 3 9 12 14 19 22 26 2

at James Madison.................................. L 64-77 NORTHEASTERN................................... W 70-56 ELON.................................................... W 77-66 at Coastal Carolina............................... W 78-76 GUILFORD............................................ W 88-63 NORFOLK STATE....................................W 80-74 at Wake Forest [25]................................ L 62-71 at Evansville........................................... L 42-71 at Winthrop.................................(2 OT) W 93-88 at Georgia Tech...................................... L 73-97 VMI*.................................................... W 82-71 DAVIDSON*......................................... W 63-60 at Georgia Southern*............................. L 71-78 at Western Carolina*...............................L 81-87 EAST TENNESSEE STATE*....................... L 58-60 vs. North Carolina A&T#......................... L 71-80 CHARLESTON*....................................... L 59-73 at VMI*................................................ W 75-61 at Davidson*........................................ W 77-75 FURMAN*............................................ W 79-69 at Wofford*............................................ L 63-76 at Appalachian State*............................ L 66-81 at Chattanooga*...................................W 74-70 WESTERN CAROLINA*.......................... W 75-53 at East Tennessee State*...................... W 81-78 APPALACHIAN STATE*............................ L 69-78 THE CITADEL*....................................... W 75-58 vs. Furman**......................................... L 61-77

# - Greensboro Coliseum * - Southern Conference game ** - SoCon Tournament (Greenville, SC)

LEADING SCORERS: Demetrius Cherry (Sr.-r, F)..............13.7 ppg James Maye (Soph., F)...................13.4 ppg Courtney Eldridge (Soph., F)...........11.2 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Demetrius Cherry (Sr.-r, F)................ 9.4 rpg James Maye (Soph., F)..................... 5.9 rpg

2000-01

THE CELEBRATION OF THE 1996 BIG SOUTH TOURNAMENT TITLE. UNCG HAD ONLY BEEN A DIVISION I PROGRAM FOR FOUR SEASONS, BUT WAS ON ITS WAY TO THE BIG DANCE.

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19-12 overall, 10-6 SoCon (2nd North) Head Coach: Fran McCaffery SoCon Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament N D J F M

17 21 25 1 3 5 9 22 28 31 3 6 8 13 15 17 20 22 27 29 3 5 10 13 17 19 24 2 3 4 15

at Minnesota...........................................L 61-81 GUILFORD............................................ W 81-54 at West Virginia...................................... L 71-85 at Northeastern...................................... L 77-89 at Saint Peter’s..................................... W 79-73 at North Carolina State............................L 76-77 at Norfolk State.................................... W 82-70 WINTHROP........................................... W 76-63 at East Carolina.................................... L 92-104 UNC ASHEVILLE..............................(OT) W 77-76 at The Citadel*....................................... L 68-70 DAVIDSON*......................................... W 69-68 APPALACHIAN STATE*#........................ W 78-62 at Furman*............................................ L 52-70 at VMI*................................................ W 73-69 vs. NORTH CAROLINA A&T#.................. W 67-65 CHATTANOOGA*................................... W 84-83 WOFFORD*.......................................... W 80-56 at Davidson*........................................ W 63-61 EAST TENNESSEE STATE*..................... W 77-67 at College of Charleston*....................... L 70-77 VMI*.................................................... W 79-58 Western Carolina*................................ W 95-81 at East Tennessee State*........................ L 75-84 GEORGIA SOUTHERN*............................ L 68-72 at Appalachian State*.......................... W 63-60 at Western Carolina*.............................. L 58-63 Western Carolina**............................. W 91-69 Davidson**.......................................... W 73-68 Chattanooga**.................................... W 67-66 Stanford& [2]......................................... L 60-89

# - Greensboro Coliseum * - Southern Conference game ** - SoCon Tournament (Greenville, SC) & - NCAA West Regional (San Diego, CA)

LEADING SCORERS: Courtney Eldridge (Jr., G)................14.6 ppg David Schuck (Jr., F).......................14.5 ppg Jay Joseph (Fr., G)...........................13.3 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: David Schuck (Jr., F)......................... 8.3 rpg Jay Joseph (Fr., G)............................. 4.9 rpg

2001-02 20-11 overall, 11-5 SoCon (T-1st North) Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

SoCon North Div. Co-Champions National Invitation Tournament

N 19 at UNC Asheville................................... W 75-49 24 at Middle Tennessee................................L 58-74 27 at Elon................................................. W 70-55 D 1 SAINT PETER’S......................................W 77-61 5 EAST CAROLINA................................... W 56-54 8 DELAWARE........................................... W 65-50 10 at Arkansas.............................................L 74-89 20 NORFOLK STATE................................... W 84-69 22 at New Mexico........................................ L 69-83 29 at Ohio State.......................................... L 54-85 J 2 at Chattanooga.......................................L 74-77 5 APPALACHIAN STATE*.......................... W 87-63 8 at VMI*.................................................W 80-74 12 at Georgia Southern*........................... W 79-67 14 EAST TENNESSEE STATE*................... W 104-92 16 vs. North Carolina A&T#....................... W 85-67 19 at Western Carolina*.............................. L 77-87 23 DAVIDSON*........................................... L 57-58 26 at Wofford*...........................................W 81-76 28 COLL OF CHARLESTON*....................... W 63-52 F 2 WESTERN CAROLINA*.......................... W 80-75 5 at Davidson*.......................................... L 48-53 9 THE CITADEL*....................................... W 81-68 12 at East Tennessee State*........................ L 76-90 16 VMI*.....................................................W 74-71 18 at Appalachian State*.......................... W 83-68 23 FURMAN*............................................ W 70-67 28 vs. Wofford^..........................................W 70-41 M 1 vs. Chattanooga^................................. W 67-57 2 vs. Davidson^......................................... L 58-68 14 at Memphis~......................................... L 62-82 * Southern Conference Games # Game Played at Greensboro Coliseum ^ SoCon Trny (N. Charleston, SC) ~ NIT First Round - Memphis, TN

LEADING SCORERS: James Maye (Jr., F).........................13.8 ppg David Schuck (Sr., F)......................13.4 ppg Courtney Eldridge (Sr., G)...............12.6 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: David Schuck (Sr., F)........................ 6.7 rpg James Maye (Jr., F)........................... 5.9 rpg

2002-03 7-22 overall, 3-13 SoCon (t-5th North) Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

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19 22 25 30

WAGNER^............................................ W 84-65 at Kansas^ [2]...................................... L 66-105 AMERICAN (OT).................................... W 80-79 MIDDLE TENNESSEE............................. W 70-58

D 3 at Alabama [3]....................................... L 61-89 7 at West Virginia...................................... L 54-64 10 at Syracuse............................................ L 65-92 15 ELON#.................................................... L 57-58 19 at Delaware.............................................L 71-74 21 at Norfolk State...................................... L 70-75 31 at High Point...........................................L 74-81 J 4 at East Tennessee State* . .............. (OT) L 94-96 7 Chattanooga*#...................................... L 56-72 11 at Appalachian State*........................... L 60-91 13 VMI*.....................................................W 76-57 18 GEORGIA SOUTHERN*............................ L 78-83 22 GUILFORD............................................ W 83-71 25 at Davidson*.......................................... L 72-83 27 WESTERN CAROLINA*............................ L 62-63 F 1 WOFFORD*.......................................... W 85-79 3 at College of Charleston*....................... L 69-71 8 at Western Carolina*.............................. L 63-75 11 DAVIDSON*#......................................... L 77-84 15 at The Citadel*..................................... W 67-66 17 EAST TENNESSEE STATE*....................... L 73-75 22 at VMI*.................................................. L 60-61 24 APPALACHIAN STATE*#.......................... L 68-71 27 at Furman*......................................(OT) L 74-78 M 5 vs. Wofford ^.......................................... L 73-77 * Southern Conference game ^ SoCon Tournament # at Greensboro Coliseum

19 at Western Carolina*.............................. L 69-80 24 THE CITADEL*....................................... W 75-66 31 at Davidson*.......................................... L 69-80 F 2 at East Tennessee State*........................ L 65-86 7 ELON*.................................................. W 67-53 9 at Wofford*.......................................... W 85-80 14 CHATTANOOGA*......................................L 74-87 17 APPALACHIAN STATE*............................ L 60-82 21 at Georgia Southern*........................... W 80-79 23 WESTERN CAROLINA*.......................... W 78-65 25 LIBERTY................................................W 74-63 28 at Elon*....................................(3 OT) L 108-112 M 3 vs. Wofford^.................................... (OT) L 82-85 * Southern Conference Games ^ SoCon Tournament (N. Charleston, SC)

LEADING SCORERS: Jay Joseph (Sr., G).......................... 17.0 ppg Ronnie Burrell (Jr., F)......................15.4 ppg Ronnie Taylor (Sr., G)........................9.4 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Ronnie Burrell (Jr., F).........................7.0 rpg Josh Gross (Jr., F)............................. 4.9 rpg

LEADING SCORERS: James Maye (Sr., F)........................16.3 ppg Jay Joseph (Jr., G)...........................14.6 ppg Ray Bristow (Fr., G)...........................9.0 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: James Maye (Sr., F).......................... 6.4 rpg Ronnie Burrell (Soph., F).................. 4.7 rpg

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2003-04 11-17 overall, 7-9 SoCon (t-3rd North) Head Coach: Fran McCaffery 21 25 29 3 6 9 13 18 21 23 28 5 10 13 17

at Indiana............................................... L 64-71 at Campbell......................................... W 78-66 GREENSBORO COLLEGE........................W 69-41 FURMAN*............................................ W 73-65 at American............................................ L 45-65 CAMPBELL........................................... W 79-61 HIGH POINT............................................ L 72-85 at Coastal Carolina................................. L 72-77 at Missouri [10].................................... L 98-106 at Maryland [24]..................................... L 58-85 at Villanova............................................ L 63-84 at Chattanooga*.................................... L 70-76 EAST TENNESSEE STATE*....................... L 68-72 COLL OF CHARLESTON*......................... L 70-72 at Appalachian State*...........................W 74-61

2004-05 18-12 overall, 9-7 SoCon (t-2nd North) Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

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19 23 27 30 3 4 16 18 20 23 29 5 8 10 15 18 22 24 29 31 5 8 12 14 19 22 25 3

MONTREAT........................................... W 98-67 COASTAL CAROLINA............................. W 79-73 at Duke [9]............................................. L 44-98 BRIDGEWATER..................................... W 92-55 vs. Southern Mississippi ^.................... W 79-78 at Iowa ^ [23]......................................... L 58-83 GUILFORD............................................ W 96-65 at Liberty...............................................W 74-69 WILLIAM & MARY..................................W 84-62 at Wisconsin........................................... L 53-85 at Minnesota.......................................... L 59-94 WOFFORD*.......................................... W 61-44 at Appalachian State*.......................... W 84-77 at Furman*............................................ L 65-82 WESTERN CAROLINA*.......................... W 66-54 EAST TENNESSEE STATE* ..............(OT) W 79-76 at Citadel*........................................... W 78-68 at College of Charleston*....................... L 67-79 CHATTANOOGA*................................... W 62-57 at Elon*................................................. L 50-54 DAVIDSON*........................................... L 69-78 GEORGIA SOUTHERN*............................ L 79-85 at East Tennessee State*...................... L 78-105 at Chattanooga*.................................... L 68-82 APPALACHIAN STATE*.......................... W 92-73 ELON*.................................................. W 69-60 at Western Carolina*............................ W 79-76 vs. Georgia Southern $......................... W 73-71

THE CELEBRATION OF THE 2001 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE TITLE AFTER DAVID SCHUCK’S MIRACLE BASKET AT THE BUZZER TO BEAT CHATTANOOGA.

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4 vs. Davidson $...................................... W 73-68 5 at Chattanooga $................................... L 62-66

*Southern Conference game ^ Hawkeye Classic $ SoCon Tournament (Chattanooga, TN)

LEADING SCORERS: Ronnie Burrell (Sr., F).....................15.0 ppg Ricky Hickman (Soph., G)...............14.5 ppg Kyle Hines (Fr., F)............................13.6 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Kyle Hines (Fr., F).............................. 8.6 rpg Ronnie Burrell (Sr., F)........................7.5 rpg

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2005-06 12-19, 4-10 SoCon (5th North) Head Coach: Mike Dement 13 14 15 22 26 30 3 6 11 16 19 21 31 3 7 11 14 16 21 23 28

vs. UW-Green Bay %............................... L 48-71 vs. Morgan State %................................W 62-49 vs. UT-Arlington %.................................. W 61-49 at Vanderbilt.......................................... L 53-85 HAMPTON............................................ W 75-72 at South Carolina................................... L 55-77 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON *................. W 72-58 at East Carolina.....................................W 78-70 GARDNER-WEBB................................... W 76-68 GREENSBORO COLLEGE........................ W 85-47 at Delaware............................................ L 77-89 at William & Mary................................... L 73-83 DUKE # [1)........................................... L 69-102 at North Carolina State [13].................... L 52-83 at Chattanooga *................................... L 69-78 MONTREAT............................................W 96-68 at Elon................................................... L 56-62 WESTERN CAROLINA *............................L 76-87 APPALACHIAN STATE *.......................... W 62-60 THE CITADEL *.......................................W 65-46 at Georgia Southern *............................ L 78-86

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30 4 8 11 18 21 23 25 2 3

at Wofford *.................................. (2OT) L 78-84 FURMAN *............................................W 65-59 at Davidson *......................................... L 73-92 CHATTANOOGA *.................................... L 67-76 at St. Peter’s +..................................(OT) L 76-80 at Western Carolina *............................. L 53-67 at Appalachian State *........................... L 70-75 ELON *................................................... L 82-87 vs. Western Carolina ^........................... W 69-65 vs. Elon ^.........................................(OT) L 61-64

*Southern Conference game % BCA Classic (Seattle, WA) # at Greensboro Coliseum + BracketBuster series ^ SoCon Tournament (No. Charleston, SC)

LEADING SCORERS: Kyle Hines (Soph, F).......................19.3 ppg Ricky Hickman (Jr., G).....................18.7 ppg Kevin Oleksiak (Soph., F)................12.1 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Kyle Hines (Fr., F).............................. 8.2 rpg Ricky Hickman (Jr., G)....................... 4.3 rpg

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2006-07 16-14, 12-6 SoCon (2nd North) Head Coach: Mike Dement 11 13 16 18 21 27 30 4 9 21

at Marshall...................................... (OT) L 80-82 at Penn State......................................... L 56-69 at Duke [11]........................................... L 48-75 EAST CAROLINA..................................... L 64-72 at Gardner-Webb...................................W 79-67 WOFFORD *.......................................... W 77-54 at Hampton............................................ L 64-71 DAVIDSON*........................................... L 63-66 at Furman*.................................. (2OT) W 91-86 ST. PETER’S...........................................W 79-58

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23 30 2 6 8 10 13 18 20 27 29 3 5 10 12 14 17 22 24 1

DELAWARE............................................ W 74-64 at Georgia Southern*............................ W 68-47 at North Carolina State.................... (OT) L 93-95 at Western Carolina................................ L 54-57 at Elon..................................................W 72-68 VIRGINIA TECH #.....................................L 51-74 CHATTANOOGA*.................................... W 67-57 APPALACHIAN STATE*........................... W 80-76 at The Citadel*...................................... W 47-44 FURMAN *............................................W 69-54 GEORGIA SOUTHERN*........................... W 65-62 at Davidson*.......................................... L 65-75 at Wofford*..................................... (OT) L 75-80 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON*................... L 59-81 ELON*...................................................W 86-73 WESTERN CAROLINA*........................... W 79-68 UNC WILMINGTON +.............................. W 73-66 at Appalachian State*............................ L 66-80 at Chattanooga*................................... W 68-61 vs. Furman ^........................................... L 71-73

*Southern Conference game # at Greensboro Coliseum + BracketBuster series ^ SoCon Tournament (No. Charleston, SC)

LEADING SCORERS: Kyle Hines (Jr., F)........................... 20.9 ppg Ricky Hickman (Jr., G).....................14.3 ppg Mikko Koivisto (Fr., G)......................8.1 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Kyle Hines (Jr., F).............................. 9.0 rpg Ben Stywall (Fr., F)............................ 6.5 rpg

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2007-08 19-12, 12-8 SoCon (3rd North) Head Coach: Mike Dement 9 at Georgia Tech..................................... W 83-74 16 vs. UT-Pan American.............................. W 70-56

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17 24 1 4 8 15 22 29 2 5 7 10 12 19 24 26 2 4 7 10 13 16 19 21 25 28 3 8 9

at Missouri State.................................... L 52-79 USC UPSTATE........................................ W 93-76 KENT STATE............................................ L 64-71 at Virginia Tech....................................... L 39-67 at Wofford*............................................ L 65-66 FURMAN...............................................W 75-63 at Fordham...........................................W 58-54 at UNC Wilmington................................W 72-55 CENTRAL ARKANSAS............................. W 80-62 GEORGIA SOUTHERN*........................... W 79-67 THE CITADEL*........................................W 84-54 at Chattanooga*.................................... L 73-78 at Appalachian State*............................ L 68-91 at Elon*................................................ W 61-57 at College of Charleston*...................... W 88-71 at The Citadel*...................................... W 74-63 ELON*...................................................W 89-60 at Georgia Southern*............................. L 78-80 WOFFORD*............................................ L 56-59 at Furman*............................................ L 59-69 DAVIDSON*........................................... L 78-83 APPALACHIAN STATE*........................... W 79-55 at Davidson*.......................................... L 66-75 at Western Carolina*............................. W 74-62 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON*.................. W 75-67 CHATTANOOGA*.................................... W 87-64 WESTERN CAROLINA*........................... W 60-55 vs. Appalachian State ^......................... W 63-46 vs. Davidson ^ [25]................................ L 52-82

*Southern Conference game ^ SoCon Tournament (No. Charleston, SC)

LEADING SCORERS: Kyle Hines (Sr., F)...........................19.2 ppg Kevin Oleksiak (Sr., G)....................11.5 ppg Mikko Kovisto (So., F).....................10.9 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Kyle Hines (Sr., F)..............................9.1 rpg Ben Stywall (So., F).......................... 6.2 rpg

UNCG HOSTED TOP-RANKED DUKE ON DECEMBER 31, 2005 IN FRONT OF A CROWD OF 21,124 - THE LARGEST CROWD TO EVER SEE A UNCG SPORTING EVENT.

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14 17 22 30 4 6 13 18 20 31 3 8 10 15 17 22 24 26 29 31 5 7 9 12 14 19 21 25 28

at Charlotte............................................ L 59-77 WEBBER INTERNATIONAL...................... W 90-78 at Central Arkansas................................ L 60-73 at NC State............................................. L 52-79 THE CITADEL*......................................... L 50-57 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON*................... L 62-77 at East Carolina...................................... L 53-97 at Kent State.......................................... L 62-73 at Dayton............................................... L 44-75 AKRON................................................... L 53-75 at Princeton........................................... L 55-65 at Western Carolina*.............................. L 75-80 at Appalachian State*.................... (OT) W 85-83 GEORGIA SOUTHERN*............................ L 62-73 at Elon*................................................W 89-72 CHATTANOOGA*..................................... L 54-72 SAMFORD*.............................................L 61-76 at Furman*............................................ L 54-59 at College of Charleston*....................... L 73-89 at The Citadel*....................................... L 60-66 DAVIDSON* #......................................... L 54-75 at Georgia Southern*............................ W 84-76 WOFFORD*............................................ L 57-69 at Samford*........................................... L 60-73 at Chattanooga*.................................... L 75-84 APPALACHIAN STATE*............................ L 69-70 WESTERN CAROLINA*............................ L 56-69 at Davidson*.......................................... L 49-70 ELON*................................................... W 74-66

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6 vs. College of Charleston^...................... L 56-69

*Southern Conference game ^ SoCon Tournament (No. Charleston, SC) # at Greensboro Coliseum

LEADING SCORERS: Mikko Koivisto (Jr., G).....................12.4 ppg Ben Stywall (Jr., F)..........................11.7 ppg Damian Eargle (Fr., F).......................9.2 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Ben Stywall (Jr., F)............................ 8.4 rpg Damian Eargle (Fr., F)....................... 5.6 rpg

2009-10 8-23, 6-12 SoCon (3rd North) Head Coach: Mike Dement (First season in Greensboro Coliseum)

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13 17 20 24 28 5 7 13 18 22 28

at Duke [9]............................................. L 62-96 at Virginia Tech....................................... L 46-59 CLEMSON [22]....................................... L 67-89 at USC Upstate...................................... W 76-70 EAST CAROLINA..................................... L 61-82 at Samford*..........................................W 73-40 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON..................... L 64-67 PRINCETON............................................ L 50-65 at Akron................................................. L 59-83 at Richmond........................................... L 63-89 WAKE FOREST........................................ L 60-75

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31 3 7 9 11 14 16 21 23 28 4 6 8 15 17 20 24 1 5 6

NC STATE................................................ L 67-89 MARYLAND............................................. L 63-97 WOFFORD*............................................ L 62-79 FURMAN*.............................................W 88-78 at Chattanooga*.................................... L 45-58 at Western Carolina*.............................. L 69-79 at Appalachian State*............................ L 64-72 CHATTANOOGA*....................................W 62-49 SAMFORD (fg)........................................ L 67-70 ELON*...................................................W 63-55 at Furman*............................................ L 64-72 at Wofford*............................................ L 59-77 APPALACHIAN STATE*............................ L 69-75 WESTERN CAROLINA*............................ L 70-75 at Elon*................................................. L 65-70 at The Citadel*......................................W 59-53 at Davidson*.......................................... L 56-60 GEORGIA SOUTHERN*........................... W 81-79 vs. Furman ^..........................................W 66-65 vs. Wofford ^.......................................... L 46-59

[#] represents opponent’s ranking in AP Top 20/25 on date of game.

NOTE: All home games at Greensboro Coliseum except (fg) designation *Southern Conference game ^ SoCon Tournament (No. Charleston, SC)

LEADING SCORERS: Ben Stywall (Sr., F).........................14.3 ppg Kyle Randall (Fr., G)..........................9.5 ppg Mikko Kovisto (Sr., F).......................8.6 ppg LEADING REBOUNDERS: Ben Stywall (Sr., F)......................... 10.4 rpg Brandon Evans (Jr., F)....................... 4.3 rpg

UNCG’S GREENSBORO COLISEUM ERA UNOFFICIALLY BEGAN ON FEB. 5, 2009 WHEN THE SPARTANS HOSTED DAVIDSON AND ITS SUPERSTAR STEPHEN CURRY IN FRONT OF A CROWD OF MORE THAN 11,000. THE UNIVERSITY HAD ANNOUNCED TWO MONTHS EARLIER THAT IT WOULD MOVE ITS HOME GAMES TO THE GREENSBORO COLISEUM FOR THE 2009-10 SEASON.

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Matt Akinosho 2005-06 - 29 gp, 2.1 ppg 2006-07 - 29 gp, 1.0 ppg Morris Allen 1979-80 - 27 gp, 3.1 ppg Paul Assinesi 1981-82 - 14 gp, 0.8 ppg 1982-83 - 8 gp, 4.4 ppg 1984-85 - 25 gp, 2.1 ppg

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John Baker 1982-83 - 22 gp, 4.5 ppg 1984-85 - 22 gp, 18.0 ppg Mike Baker 1979-80 - 27 gp, 7.6 ppg 1980-81 - 25 gp, 4.4 ppg Brandon Beck 2000-01 - 3 gp, 0.0 ppg 2001-02 - 4 gp, 0.5 ppg Brian Beckford 2004-05 - 23 gp, 1.6 ppg 2005-06 - 27 gp, 2.9 ppg Stace Bell 1992-93 - 23 gp, 4.1 ppg 1993-94 - 21 gp, 1.6 ppg Derrick Bernard 2005-06 - 3 gp, 1.3 ppg Rodney Blackstock 2003-04 - 21 gp, 4.0 ppg Tuck Blackstone 1985-86 - 6 gp, 1.2 ppg Devin Boddie 2005-06 - 12 gp, 2.4 ppg Elhanan Bone 2008-09 - 21 gp, 3.9 ppg 2009-10 - 21 gp, 1.4 ppg

Anthony Boyd 1981-82 - 24 gp, 5.0 ppg Luke Boythe 1998-99 - 2 gp, 1.0 ppg 1999-2000 - 22 gp, 1.1 ppg 2000-01 - 31 gp, 3.6 ppg 2001-02 - 31 gp, 6.9 ppg 2002-03 - 28 gp, 4.6 ppg Sam Brinson 1998-99 - 26 gp, 8.5 ppg 1999-2000 - 23 gp, 9.5 ppg Warren Bright 1993-94 - 2 gp, 0.0 ppg Ray Bristow 2002-03 - 27 gp, 9.0 ppg 2003-04 - 28 gp, 6.3 ppg 2004-05 - 30 gp, 9.8 ppg Pete Brown 2006-07 - 30 gp, 1.0 ppg 2007-08 - 31 gp, 1.7 ppg 2008-09 - 30 gp, 4.2 ppg 2009-10 - 30 gp, 4.7 ppg Brian Brunson 1992-93 - 27 gp, 9.1 ppg 1993-94 - 27 gp, 8.9 ppg 1994-95 - 29 gp, 7.4 ppg 1995-96 - 30 gp, 12.4 ppg Frazier Bryant 1985-86 - 27 gp, 11.1 ppg 1986-87 - 28 gp, 18.3 ppg Robert Bryant 1985-86 - 27 gp, 24.3 ppg John Buckner 1984-85 - 12 gp, 1.5 ppg 1985-86 - 21 gp, 3.2 ppg 1986-87 - 19 gp, 1.7 ppg Ronnie Burrell 2001-02 - 21 gp, 1.6 ppg 2002-03 - 29 gp, 6.5 ppg 2003-04 - 27 gp, 15.4 ppg 2004-05 - 30 gp, 15.0 ppg

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Marc Campbell 2005-06 - 9 gp, 1.9 ppg Ralph Casstevens 1978-79 - 24 gp, 7.7 ppg Aaron Chavis 1997-98 - 28 gp, 4.6 ppg 1998-99 - 26 gp, 7.9 ppg 1999-2000 - 28 gp, 3.9 ppg Demetrius Cherry 1995-96 - 18 gp, 0.8 ppg 1996-97 - 30 gp, 7.3 ppg 1997-98 - 25 gp, 12.9 ppg 1998-99 - 5 gp, 12.8 ppg 1999-2000 - 28 gp, 13.7 ppg DaNiko Clark 1992-93 - 5 gp, 0.0 ppg Ray Clark 1978-79 - 15 gp, 3.4 ppg Matt Clemens 1993-94 - 26 gp, 4.3 ppg Landon Clement 2007-08 - 27 gp, 2.3 ppg 2008-09 - 18 gp, 6.7 ppg Dwon Clifton 2003-04 - 27 gp, 4.8 ppg 2004-05 - 6 gp, 1.2 ppg Jonathan Clifton 1992-93 - 22 gp, 4.0 ppg 1993-94 - 27 gp, 7.1 ppg 1994-95 - 28 gp, 6.5 ppg 1995-96 - 29 gp, 6.2 ppg Chris Cobb 1983-84 - 18 gp, 4.5 ppg Brian Cole 2009-10 - 30 gpp, 5.1 ppg Chris Collins 1988-89 - 27 gp, 8.3 ppg 1989-90 - 28 gp, 12.0 ppg Harold Cone 1985-86 - 5 gp, 1.6 ppg

Tony Covington 1978-79 - 14 gp, 2.1 ppg Gary Cox 1989-90 - 27 gp, 4.0 ppg 1990-91 - 26 gp, 3.3 ppg 1991-92 - 26 gp, 1.3 ppg 1992-93 - 4 gp, 0.0 ppg Warren Cunningham 1996-97 - 21 gp, 0.9 ppg 1997-98 - 27 gp, 1.2 ppg 1998-99 - 27 gp, 3.5 ppg 1999-2000 - 28 gp, 3.5 ppg Eric Cuthrell 1992-93 - 27 gp, 3.1 ppg 1993-94 - 27 gp, 9.4 ppg 1994-95 - 29 gp, 11.1 ppg 1995-96 - 30 gp, 10.8 ppg

D

Tony Daughtry 1994-95 - 29 gp, 6.8 ppg Marvin Dawson 1987-88 - 24 gp, 10.3 ppg 1988-89 - 27 gp, 20.3 ppg Tony Daughtry 1993-94 - 24 gp, 1.9 ppg 1994-95 - 29 gp, 6.8 ppg 1995-96 - 29 gp, 4.3 ppg 1996-97 - 30 gp, 12.5 ppg Brandon Davis 2009-10 - 3 gp, 0.0 ppg Jeremy Davis 1993-94 - 27 gp, 5.5 ppg 1994-95 - 29 gp, 5.7 ppg 1995-96 - 29 gp, 7.4 ppg 1996-97 - 28 gp, 10.8 ppg Robbie Dilmore 2009-10 - 2 gp, 0.0 ppg Pete Dolan 1979-80 - 7 gp, 2.0 ppg Mike Donhaiser 1979-80 - 15 gp, 3.2 ppg

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Dan Durkee 1978-79 - 22 gp, 6.9 ppg 1979-80 - 27 gp, 5.5 ppg 1980-81 - 25 gp, 6.1 ppg

E

Michael Eades 1983-84 - 26 gp, 7.3 ppg Damian Eargle 2008-09 - 29 gp, 9.2 ppg Courtney Eldridge 1998-99 - 26 gp, 7.1 ppg 1999-2000 - 28 gp, 11.2 ppg 2000-01 - 31 gp, 14.6 ppg 2001-02 - 30 gp, 12.6 ppg Verdell Ellis 1986-87 - 27 gp, 6.0 ppg 1987-88 - 27 gp, 15.1 ppg 1988-89 - 10 gp, 13.5 ppg Brandon Evans 2009-10 - 29 gp, 8.5 ppg Dustin Everette 2004-05 - 25 gp, 1.4 ppg 2005-06 - 8 gp, 0.8 ppg

F

Pat Faber 1988-89 - 22 gp, 1.5 ppg 1989-90 - 24 gp, 4.5 ppg 1990-91 - 14 gp, 3.7 ppg 1991-92 - 28 gp, 5.2 ppg Mark Fink 1981-82 - 21 gp, 2.2 ppg Brian Fitzgerald 2000-01 - 14 gp, 1.3 ppg 2001-02 - 14 gp, 0.0 ppg Chuck Fortney 1990-91 - 25 gp, 9.6 ppg 1991-92 - 28 gp, 7.6 ppg 1992-93 - 25 gp, 6.9 ppg 1993-94 - 25 gp, 4.7 ppg Greg Francis 1981-92 - 17 gp, 6.9 ppg Brian Frazier 1991-92 - 25 gp, 1.4 ppg

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Davor Galic 2007-08 - 28 gp, 2.1 ppg Larry Gilbert 1994-95 - 29 gp, 4.0 ppg 1995-96 - 25 gp, 4.1 ppg 1996-97 - 30 gp, 11.0 ppg 1997-98 - 28 gp, 8.9 ppg Keith Grandberry 1986-87 - 13 gp, 0.9 ppg Sean Gray 1985-86 - 16 gp, 1.9 ppg 1986-87 - 27 gp, 5.3 ppg Tony Green 1988-89 - 27 gp, 6.8 ppg 1990-91 - 24 gp, 4.4 ppg Josh Gross 2001-02 - 28 gp, 2.5 ppg 2002-03 - 27 gp, 7.6 ppg 2003-04 - 26 gp, 6.0 ppg 2004-05 - 30 gp, 9.7 ppg Todd Guttery 1988-89 - 7 gp, 1.2 ppg

H

Jason Hall 1990-91 - 11 gp, 1.2 ppg 1991-92 - 9 gp, 0.0 ppg Mike Hardiman 2006-07 - 3 gp, 0.0 ppg 2007-08 - 7 gp, 0.7 ppg 2008-09 - 12 gp, 0.9 ppg 2009-10 - 6 gp, 0.0 ppg Kevin Hargrave 1986-87 - 3 gp, 2.0 ppg Danny Hargrove 2002-03 - 26 gp, 2.7 ppg 2003-04 - 13 gp, 0.6 ppg Scott Harper 1980-81 - 25 gp, 14.5 ppg Chad Harris 1989-90 - 2 gp, 0.0 ppg 1990-91 - 3 gp, 0.0 ppg 1991-92 - 6 gp, 0.7 ppg Scott Hartzell 1992-93 - 27 gp, 13.4 ppg

1993-94 - 27 gp, 13.2 ppg 1994-95 - 29 gp, 15.7 ppg 1995-96 - 30 gp, 12.1 ppg Ray Henry 1998-99 - 16 gp, 1.4 ppg Allen Heye 1987-88 - 24 gp, 1.9 ppg

2009-10 - 23 gp, 0.4 ppg Ivan Jaklenec 1995-96 - 6 gp, 0.8 ppg Nathan Jameson 1997-98 - 15 gp, 8.1 ppg 1998-99 - 27 gp, 10.6 ppg 1999-2000 - 28 gp, 10.7 ppg 2000-01 - 31 gp, 10.7 ppg

Ricky Hickman 2003-04 - 28 gp, 5.5 ppg 2004-05 - 30 gp, 14.5 ppg 2005-06 - 28 gp, 18.7 ppg 2006-07 - 30 gp, 14.3 ppg

Matt Javit 1996-97 - 30 gp, 5.1 ppg 1997-98 - 28 gp, 8.9 ppg

Allan Hild 1985-86 - 25 gp, 4.9 ppg 1986-87 - 28 gp, 11.9 ppg

Dwayne Johnson 2004-05 - 28 gp, 1.6 ppg 2005-06 - 30 gp, 5.0 ppg 2006-07 - 30 gp, 4.1 ppg 2007-08 - 30 gp, 4.8 ppg

Kyle Hines 2004-05 - 30 gp, 13.6 ppg 2005-06 - 30 gp, 19.3 ppg 2006-07 - 29 gp, 20.9 ppg 2007-08 - 31 gp, 19.2 ppg Tony Hogans 1981-82 - 19 gp, 3.1 ppg Steve Hoyme 1981-82 - 24 gp, 5.5 ppg 1982-83 - 25 gp, 2.8 ppg Kelvin Huggins 1981-82 - 24 gp, 12.2 ppg 1982-83 - 25 gp, 13.4 ppg Steve Hunter 1987-88 - 21 gp, 2.8 ppg 1988-89 - 24 gp, 10.7 ppg 1989-90 - 19 gp, 10..8 ppg 1990-91 - 25 gp, 8.4 ppg Kyle Hupfer 1991-92 - 23 gp, 3.3 ppg 1992-93 - 3 gp, 0.0 ppg Ricky Hurt 1979-80 - 24 gp, 2.0 ppg 1980-81 - 25 gp, 7.3 ppg

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DeAngelo Jackson 2008-09 - 30 gp, 2.7 ppg

Steve Johnson 1990-91 - 19 gp, 4.3 ppg 1991-92 - 27 gp, 7.9 ppg 1992-93 - 11 gp, 0.5 ppg 1993-94 - 16 gp, 1.6 ppg Tizzo Johnson 2001-02 - 28 gp, 3.2 ppg 2002-03 - 29 gp, 3.5 ppg 2003-04 - 12 gp, 0.8 ppg Ernest Jones 1981-82 - 4 gp, 0.5 ppg Robert Jones 1983-84 - 26 gp, 6.1 ppg Tony Jones 1984-85 - 4 gp, 2.0 ppg Jay Joseph 2000-01 - 31 gp, 13.3 ppg 2001-02 - 31 gp, 10.8 ppg 2002-03 - 29 gp, 14.6 ppg 2003-04 - 28 gp, 17.0 ppg

K

Tim Kelly 2004-05 - 5 gp, 1.8 ppg Mikko Koivisto 2006-07 - 30 gp, 8.1 ppg 2007-08 - 30 gp, 10.9 ppg 2008-09 - 29 gp, 12.4 ppg 2009-10 - 29 gp, 8.6 ppg Marty Kornegay 1989-90 - 20 gp, 4.8 ppg

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1990-91 - 23 gp, 8.1 ppg 1991-92 - 28 gp, 9.3 ppg 1992-93 - 27 gp, 4.3 ppg

L

Keyford Langley 1988-89 - 24 gp, 1.4 ppg 1989-90 - 28 gp, 7.8 ppg 1990-91 - 26 gp, 5.7 ppg 1991-92 - 28 gp, 9.4 ppg Jelani Lawrence 2003-04 - 28 gp, 3.6 ppg Marcous Lawson 1996-97 - 1 gp, 0.0 ppg Rick Lloyd 1982-83 - 8 gp, 0.8 ppg 1983-84 - 25 gp, 5.9 ppg 1984-85 - 25 gp, 7.8 ppg Eugene Love 1999-2000 - 5 gp, 1.6 ppg Tooey Loy 1989-90 - 5 gp, 1.0 ppg Chris Luessenhop 1980-81 - 2 gp, 3.0 ppg David Lynch 1982-83 - 5 gp, 0.0 ppg Del Lynch 1987-88 - 11 gp, 1.6 ppg

M

Mark Mansfield 1985-86 - 18 gp, 0.9 ppg 1986-87 - 22 gp, 1.4 ppg Mark Mason 2002-03 - 26 gp, 3.0 ppg James Maye 1998-99 - 27 gp, 10.0 ppg 1999-2000 - 28 gp, 13.4 ppg 2000-01 - 6 gp, 9.2 ppg 2001-02 - 29 gp, 13.8 ppg 2002-03 - 29 gp, 16.3 ppg Sean McCarthy 2000-01 - 31 gp, 2.0 ppg 2001-02 - 1 gp, 0.0 ppg 2002-03 - 29 gp, 1.3 ppg

2003-04 - 24 gp, 2.5 ppg David McClenny 2005-06 - 31 gp, 5.2 ppg Dennis McCurdy 1995-96 - 6 gp, 0.0 ppg 1996-97 - 23 gp, 0.7 ppg 1997-98 - 12 gp, 0.5 ppg Gary Mearite 1994-95 - 16 gp, 0.9 ppg 1995-96 - 20 gp, 1.1 ppg Steve Miller 1978-79 - 23 gp, 11.2 ppg Steve Millis 1978-79 - 24 gp, 6.8 ppg Hubert Mitchell 1979-80 - 13 gp, 1.9 ppg 1980-81 - 25 gp, 9.2 ppg 1981-82 - 24 gp, 7.4 ppg 1982-83 - 25 gp, 11.2 ppg Mike Mitchell 2007-08 - 7 gp, 0.4 ppg Joe Monroe 1983-84 - 26 gp, 18.6 ppg 1984-85 - 25 gp, 13.6 ppg Donald Moore 2003-04 - 3 gp, 0.0 ppg 2004-05 - 9 gp, 0.3 ppg 2005-06 - 14 gp, 0.1 ppg 2006-07 - 6 gp, 0.0 ppg Larry Moore 1978-79 - 24 gp, 11.7 ppg Greg Morris 1986-87 - 3 gp, 0.0 ppg Mike Murphy 1984-85 - 14 gp, 0.7 ppg Greg Myrick 1985-86 - 27 gp, 3.9 ppg 1986-87 - 28 gp, 6.1 ppg 1987-88 - 27 gp, 5.6 ppg

1994-95 - 29 gp, 9.0 ppg 1995-96 - 29 gp, 7.1 ppg 1996-97 - 30 gp, 11.2 ppg 1997-98 - 28 gp, 11.9 ppg

O

Kevin Oleksiak 2004-05 - 30 gp, 4.5 ppg 2005-06 - 28 gp, 12.1 ppg 2006-07 - 30 gp, 6.1 ppg 2007-08 - 31 gp, 11.5 ppg Daniel Oliver 2007-08 - 30 gp, 2.5 ppg 2008-09 - 26 gp, 4.0 ppg Don Olson 1983-84 - 12 gp, 1.3 ppg

P

Kelcy Pegler 2003-04 - 1 gp, 0.0 ppg Mike Petro 1988-89 - 1 gp, 0.0 ppg Early Pickett 1984-85 - 25 gp, 5.5 ppg 1985-86 - 27 gp, 7.6 ppg Gary Pitt 1984-85 - 16 gp, 1.6 ppg 1985-86 - 24 gp, 2.8 ppg John Polchin 1984-85 - 21 gp, 2.1 ppg Nathan Popp 2000-01 - 28 gp, 1.7 ppg 2001-02 - 30 gp, 0.7 ppg William Powell 1981-82 - 23 gp, 4.1 ppg 1982-83 - 25 gp, 8.4 ppg 1983-84 - 26 gp, 10.7 ppg 1984-85 - 25 gp, 11.2 pgg Joseph Pryor 1996-97 - 8 gp, 0.8 ppg 1997-98 - 2 gp, 1.0 ppg

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Q

Bill Niemann 1985-86 - 21 gp, 1.5 ppg

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Kyle Randall 2009-10 - 31 gp, 9.5 ppg Chris Riser 1987-88 - 23 gp, 2.9 ppg Chris Roberson 1979-80 - 26 gp, 10.1 ppg

S

Bob Salba 1981-82 - 4 gp, 1.8 ppg 1983-84- 26 gp, 2.0 ppg Johnnie Sanders 1981-82 - 12 gp, 2.0 ppg 1982-83 - 19 gp, 1.2 ppg 1983-84 - 24 gp, 3.3 ppg 1984-85 - 24 gp, 7.2 ppg Todd Schayes 1984-85 - 20 gp, 0.4 ppg 1985-86 - 25 gp, 2.9 ppg 1986-87 - 28 gp, 6.5 ppg David Schuck 2000-01 - 31 gp, 14.5 ppg 2001-02 - 31 gp, 13.4 ppg Scott Schultz 1985-86 - 4 gp, 0.5 ppg Darrius Sellers 2007-08 - 21 gp, 0.4 ppg 2009-10 - 21 gp, 1.1 ppg Guy Shavers 1989-90 - 15 gp, 1.8 ppg 1990-91 - 7 gp, 2.6 ppg James Shealy 1984-85 - 4 gp, 0.5 ppg Howard Shelton 1979-80 - 4 gp, 0.5 ppg Ron Sheppard 1985-86 - 22 gp, 7.2 ppg 1986-87 - 28 gp, 13.6 ppg 1987-88 - 27 gp, 16.5 ppg 1988-89 - 27 gp, 12.4 ppg Kevin Shorter 1988-89 - 4 gp, 0.2 ppg Everson Simmons 2005-06 - 31 gp, 2.0 ppg

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T

2006-07 - 4 gp, 0.3 ppg

Chris Sloan 1979-80 - 15 gp, 1.9 ppg 1980-81 - 19 gp, 4.4 ppg 1981-82 - 21 gp, 3.0 ppg 1982-83 - 24 gp, 9.3 ppg Darryl Smith 1985-86 - 11 gp, 1.3 ppg 1987-88 - 25 gp, 3.8 ppg Mike Smith 1979-80 - 25 gp, 7.6 ppg

Montel Smith 2008-09 - 30 gp, 4.0 ppg 2009-10 - 26 gp, 1.1 ppg Tony Smith 1988-89 - 24 gp, 1.2 ppg 1989-90 - 28 gp, 5.3 ppg 1990-91 - 17 gp, 2.6 ppg 1991-92 - 16 gp, 1.5 ppg Chuck Snipes 1978-79 - 21 gp, 3.1 ppg 1979-80 - 28 gp, 8.4 ppg Sean Spooner 2008-09 - 21 gp, 1.1 ppg Mark Stafford 1980-81 - 25 gp, 3.8 ppg 1981-82 - 24 gp, 6.7 ppg Greg Stauffer 1988-89 - 27 gp, 7.7 ppg 1989-90 - 27 gp, 12.9 ppg Justin Stewart 1995-96 - 13 gp, 0.6 ppg 1996-97 - 20 gp, 3.6 ppg 1997-98 - 28 gp, 6.5 ppg 1998-99 - 26 gp, 5.2 ppg

Esker Tatum 1979-80 - 10 gp, 2.9 ppg 1980-81 - 25 gp, 4.5 ppg 1981-82 - 24 gp, 14.2 ppg 1982-83 - 25 gp, 16.2 ppg Ronnie Taylor 2000-01 - 31 gp, 9.0 ppg 2001-02 - 31 gp, 8.8 ppg 2002-03 - 11 gp, 8.6 ppg 2003-04 - 27 gp, 9.4 ppg John Thompson 1982-83 - 25 gp, 2.6 ppg 1983-84 - 26 gp, 4.4 ppg Bart Tooms 2005-06 - 31 gp, 3.9 ppg 2006-07 - 27 gp, 2.6 ppg Kendall Toney 2006-07 - 30 gp, 6.1 ppg 2007-08 - 31 gp, 7.3 ppg 2008-09 - 30 gp, 8.0 ppg 2009-10 - 31 gp, 6.8 ppg Ricardo Trevisan 1996-97 - 26 gp, 2.7 ppg 1997-98 - 24 gp, 2.1 ppg 1998-99 - 27 gp, 6.0 ppg 1999-2000 - 28 gp, 2.3 ppg Peter Tsampas 2000-01 - 22 gp, 1.3 ppg 2001-02 - 17 gp, 0.5 ppg Randy Tuggle 1978-79 - 11 gp, 6.5 ppg 1979-80 - 17 gp, 2.1 ppg

NONE

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V

Yusuf Stewart 1989-90 - 27 gp, 8.2 ppg 1990-91 - 26 gp, 20.7 ppg 1991-92 - 28 gp, 14.8 ppg 1992-93 - 27 gp, 12.6 ppg

Korey Van Dussen 2009-10 - 31 gp, 4.4 ppg

Ben Stywall 2006-07 - 30 gp, 5.8 ppg 2007-08 - 31 gp, 8.9 rpg 2008-09 - 30 gp, 11.7 ppg 2009-10 - 31 gp, 14.3 ppg

Eric Ward 1989-90 - 17 gp, 1.6 ppg

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1986-87 - 24 gp, 2.6 ppg 1987-88 - 27 gp, 7.3 ppg 1988-89 - 24 gp, 2.1 ppg Bryan Weatherford 1989-90 - 24 gp, 3.7 ppg 1990-91 - 18 gp, 2.9 ppg David Whiteside 1979-80 - 28 gp, 17.8 ppg 1980-81 - 24 gp, 14.4 ppg

Y

Kelly Yarborough 2004-05 - 4 gp, 0.8 ppg Stewart York 1987-88 - 27 gp, 5.4 ppg

NONE

Z

Geoff Williams 1997-98 - 28 gp, 1.9 ppg 1998-99 - 21 gp, 4.7 ppg 1999-2000 - 28 gp, 4.2 ppg 2000-01 - 27 gp, 1.3 ppg Greg Williams 1991-92 - 11 gp, 2.1 ppg 1992-93 - 27 gp, 6.4 ppg 1993-94 - 27 gp, 8.2 ppg 1994-95 - 29 gp, 4.0 ppg Robert Wilson 1999-2000 - 2 gp, 0.0 ppg Tony Wilson 2003-04 - 19 gp, 1.1 ppg 2004-05 - 6 gp, 2.7 ppg Bob Winfree 1983-84 - 16 gp, 2.2 ppg Bill Winfrey 1978-79 - 24 gp, 6.7 ppg 1979-80 - 28 gp, 5.0 ppg 1980-81 - 11 gp, 1.5 ppg Greg Vlazny 2005-06 - 4 gp, 0.0 ppg 2006-07 - 7 gp, 1.9 ppg Randy Woodard 1997-98 - 20 gp, 2.7 ppg 1998-99 - 6 gp, 1.3 ppg Skeet Woolard 1992-93 - 25 gp, 7.0 ppg 1993-94 - 27 gp, 8.7 ppg 1994-95 - 29 gp, 6.2 ppg 1995-96 - 30 gp, 6.4 ppg

W

NONE

X

Jeff Watson 1985-86 - 18 gp, 1.3 ppg

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The University of North Carolina at Greensboro was first chartered back on February 18, 1891 as the State Normal and Industrial School. It was the first state-supported school for the higher education of women in North Carolina. Founded by Charles Duncan McIver, it became coeducational in 1963. Today, in its 119th year of existance, the campus covers 210 acres in downtown Greensboro and has an enrollment that exceeded 17,000 for the first time ever last year. For fall 2008, 17,467 students were enrolled, including 13,453 undergraduates.

MINERVA

Charles Duncan McIver, founder of the State Normal and Industrial School (now UNCG), decided Minerva, Roman goddess of Wisdom, would be a good symbol for the school. Beginning with the first diploma in 1893, the head of Minerva has appeared on every diploma awarded by the institution. The class of 1907 donated the original Minerva statue - made of plaster - to the University. In 2003, the class of 1953 commissioned a replacement, made of bronze, and placed outside the Elliott University Center in the heart of campus.

UNIVERSITY FOUNDER CHARLES McIVER Founded in 1891, UNCG is a diverse, studentcentered research university, linking the Triad and North Carolina to the world through learning, discovery and service. The university is organized into a College of Arts & Sciences and six professional schools, with more than 1,000 faculty members teaching in programs that offer 86 undergraduate, 56 master’s and 25 doctoral degrees. Among its highimpact projects are the Gateway University Research Park and the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, which are being created in partnership with North Carolina A&T.

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COLLEGE AVENUE UNCG’s School of Nursing, which was established in 1966, is the third largest in North Carolina. It has three departments – Adult Health, Parent-Child and Community Practice – and is recognized for the excellence of its programs and the success of its graduates. The master’s program in nurse anesthesia was ranked eighth nationally by U.S. News and World Report. In addition, UNCG is the first institution in the UNC system to offer a combined Master of Science in Nursing and Master of Business Administration in health management.

Despite record numbers for enrollment, UNCG still enjoys a student-faculty ratio of 17:1 with a faculty totalling 1,080. More than 2,000 bachelor’s degrees and nearly 1,000 master’s and doctoral diplomas are awarded annually. Over the last several years, 75 percent of freshmen have returned the following year.

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THE UNCG CAMPUS AND THE GREENSBORO SKYLINE UNCG has long had a reputation for academic excellence, and student-athletes at UNCG are not an exception to the rule. At the end of each of the last five academic years, more than 40% of UNCG student-athletes held a grade-point-average of 3.0 or better, including 51% of them last year. In fall 2009, UNCG’s student-athletes had a combined GPA of 3.03. UNCG’s student-athletes combined for a 2.96 GPA for the 2009-10 academic year.

The School of Music, which was established in 1921, is rated as one of the Top 20 in the country and combines rigorous theory, history, and performance training with a broad liberal arts education. Pictured above, the university opened a $25.7 million state-of-the-art music facility in 1999. The school offers the only comprehensive slate of performance and music education degrees from the baccalaureate through the doctorate in North Carolina.

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UNCG VISION AND MISSION STATEMENT The University of North Carolina at Greensboro will redefine the public research university for the 21st century as an inclusive, collaborative and responsive institution making a difference in the lives of students and the communities it serves. UNCG is a … • Learner-centered, accessible and inclusive community fostering intellectual inquiry to prepare students for meaningful lives and engaged citizenship; • Research university where collaborative scholarship and creative activity enhance quality of life across the lifespan; • Source of innovation and leadership meeting social, economic and environmental challenges in the Piedmont Triad, North Carolina and beyond; and • Global university integrating intercultural and international experiences and perspectives into learning, discovery and service.

VALUES STATEMENT The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, a community including students, faculty, staff, and alumni, will demonstrate its commitment to … • Inclusiveness – A welcoming and inclusive academic community, based on open dialogue and shared governance, offers a culture of caring with visible, meaningful representation of differences; • Collaboration – interdisciplinary, intercommunity, inter-institutional and international collaboration is reflected and rewarded in teaching, research, creative activity, community engagement and infrastructure; • Sustainability – Academics, operations and outreach are conducted with careful attention to the enduring interconnectedness of social equity, the environment, economy and aesthetics; • Responsibility – A public institution, the university responds to community needs and serves the public in a systematic fashion through the mutually beneficial exchange of knowledge and resources in a context of partnership and reciprocity; and • Transparency – Goals, processes, decisions and outcomes are accessible and measurable, resulting in enhanced performance, trust and accountability.

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Dr. Linda BRADY CHANCELLOR

Dr. Linda P. Brady became the 10th chancellor of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro on Aug. 1, 2008. Brady, 62, succeeded Dr. Patricia A. Sullivan, UNCG’s first woman chancellor, who retired July 31, 2008, after almost 14 years in the post. In recommending Brady to the Board of Governors, UNC President Erskine Bowles said: “Over the past 25 years, Linda Brady has accumulated a wealth of leadership experience at highly respected public, urban universities, as well as in the halls of Washington. At each step along the way, she has proven herself to be an energetic leader who promotes collaboration, creative problem-solving, and real-life commitment to scholarship, research, and public service. … “With her broad experience in higher education and federal government, her demonstrated integrity and sound judgment, and her profound understanding of the global marketplace in which our students must compete, Linda Brady will be a forceful and effective leader for UNC Greensboro.” A native of New York City and the first member of her family to attend college, Brady graduated from Douglass College, the women’s division of Rutgers University, in 1969 with a degree in political science. She received a master’s degree in the field from Rutgers (1970) and a doctorate in political science from The Ohio State University (1974). She began her academic career as an assistant professor of political science at Vanderbilt University in 1973 and joined the faculty at Goucher College in Maryland three years later. From 1978 to 1985, Brady held several positions in the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Defense. Among other roles, she served as a political analyst in the State Department’s Office of Disarmament and Arms Control and as special assistant for mutual and balanced force reductions in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. She later served as a senior fellow in international security and arms control at the Carter Center of Emory University (1986-87) and as a distinguished professor of national security at the U.S. Military Academy (1991-92). From 1993 to 2001, Brady led the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she was also a professor of international affairs. She joined North Carolina State University in 2001 as Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and professor of political science, and over the next five years was credited with building the stature and visibility of the College, launching a number of new graduate degree programs, and significantly increasing external support for the humanities and social sciences at NC State. She left North Carolina in 2006 to become the chief academic and operating officer at the University of Oregon. Brady has authored or co-edited three books and numerous book chapters and scholarly articles in the fields of American foreign policy, international negotiation and arms control. Among other professional organizations, she is a member of the International Studies Association, the American Political Science Association, the International Institute for

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Strategic Studies, and the Council on Foreign Relations. A past recipient of the Georgia Tech School of Social Sciences Teaching Award, she has earned the Superior Honor Award from the U.S. Department of State and is a two-time recipient of the Outstanding Civilian Service Medal from the Department of the Army. She was an American Council on Education Fellow in 1997-98, serving her fellowship year at the University of Iowa under the mentorship of President Mary Sue Coleman and Provost Jon Whitmore. Since moving to UNCG, Brady has become a member of the Greensboro Rotary Club. She is also on the Board of Directors for United Way of Greater Greensboro and the Greensboro Partnership. Brady is married to Gustav “Steve” Heyer, a retired Army officer. She has two adult stepsons and three grandchildren: Stephen Heyer and his wife, Suzanne, live in Richmond, Va., with their children Alyx, Megan and Andrew Casey, while Michael Heyer lives in Chicago, Ill. In accepting the position at UNCG, Brady said, “This is one of the very best jobs in American higher education. I am so grateful for this opportunity and humbled by the trust you have place in me. I shall not let you down.”

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Kim RECORD

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Kimberly S. “Kim” Record, was named to the post of director of intercollegiate athletics at UNCG on Sept. 27, 2009. Record, who most recently had served as a consultant with ISP Sports, was the senior associate director of athletics at Florida State Unviersity from 1995 to 2008, and held a succession of positions at the University of Virginia from 1984-1995, culminating with an appointment as associate director of athletics for administration. She emerged from a national search that drew 125 candidates, and Kim Record chats with members of the media and university community at her press is UNCG’s first female athletic director. There are only 29 female athletic conference on Sept. 27, 2009. directors in the NCAA Division I, with five of them in the UNC system. Record is only the second woman to hold an athletic director’s position The AD also took the lead role in strategic planning and in athletics facilities in the 89-year history of the Southern Conference. development. The athletics budget is approximately $8.8 million, and athletic “I am delighted that Kim Record is joining UNCG as director of intercol- scholarships provided for the 2009-10 academic year exceeded $2.1 million. legiate athletics,” said UNCG Chancellor Linda P. Brady upon Record’s hiring. In her 13 years at Florida State, she had a broad range of administrative du“She is the right person for this position, and she possesses the leadership, ties, including serving as a member of the Executive Management Team, which administration and fundraising skills that are essential to bringing greater suc- determined and implemented policy decisions for a 19-sport, $50 million intercess to Spartan athletics. I look forward to working with her to raise UNCG’s collegiate program. She directly supervised three sports programs – men’s and program to a higher level of visibility and excellence.” women’s basketball and women’s soccer – and monitored Title IX compliance. At UNCG, Record leads a program that fields men’s and women’s teams in Other areas included executive-level staffing; day-to-day departmental opera18 sports, 250 student-athletes and 57 employees. She succeeded Nelson E. tions; serving as liaison with the trademark licensing program; and oversight Bobb, UNCG’s first-ever AD who resigned from the post after directing Spartan for marketing, media and public relations, and radio and television contracts. athletics for 26 years. In construction, she facilitated FSU’s $6 million state-of-the-art soccer and Record is responsible for the leadership, administration, organization and softball stadium and its $10 million men’s and women’s basketball training finances of UNCG’s athletics program, which is undergoing a major shift in its center. She oversaw a project that showcased the history of athletics at FSU as men’s basketball program. The Spartan men’s basketball team began playing part of a $100 million facilities improvement plan. Her initial responsibilities as its games in the Greensboro Coliseum in 2009-10. associate director of athletics at FSU included oversight of men’s and women’s Among other responsibilities, she coordinates fundraising and operation of tennis, swimming & diving and softball. Record also held the designation of the Spartan Club with the vice chancellor for university advancement. She will senior woman administrator. oversee efforts to engage alumni, fans and the community with UNCG athletics. At Virginia, she supervised all aspects of the day-to-day operations of the department and specialized in external operations. She implemented marketing and promotional strategies for all 26 sports programs as associate director of athletics for external operations. She was the executive staff member of a capital campaign team created to raise $50 million. She came up through the ranks at Virginia, where she earned her bachelor’s degree, starting out as a sports information intern who was progressively promoted in the department to associate director of athletics for administration. As a consultant with ISP, Record provided marketing expertise in the area of athletics sports signage, including videoboards, scorer’s tables and other digital signage. She has also coordinated purchase and installation between vendor, institution and ISP. Within the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), Record has served on both the executive committee and the Director’s Cup Committee. Within the NCAA, she served on the Women’s Soccer Committee and the Regional Soccer Committee. A native of Charlottesville, she graduated form Virginia and earned an M.S. degree in sports management from Florida State. She has two sons – Kyle, 22, a fourth-year student at the University of Virginia, and Josh, 17, a junior at Leon High School in Tallahassee, Fla. Kim Record with her sons Kyle (left) and Josh (right) shortly after being introduced as UNCG’s new director of athletics.

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SPARTAN SUCCESS Student-athletes at UNCG have enjoyed a tremendous amount of success over the years. Although the athletic department celebrated its 40th season in 2006-07, athletics at UNCG date back to the 1940s in the days before the university became co-ed. Golfer Nancy Porter, who went on to a successful pro career, is regarded as one of UNCG’s first student-athletes, competing in tournaments on the national level in the late 1940s. In 1963, as the university prepared to go co-ed, UNCG began to formally organize athletic teams. Women’s basketball, under head coach Ellen Griffin, women’s tennis, women’s golf and field hockey were started. LPGA Hall of Famer Carol Mann was on one of the early UNCG women’s golf teams. In 1967, UNCG began men’s athletics and the intercollegiate athletics program received formal recognition from the university. In the fall of 1967, the Spartan was adopted as the program’s mascot. In 1968, UNCG’s men’s teams joined the Dixie Athletic Conference, known today as the USA South Conference, on the NCAA Division III level. Women’s teams competed as part of the AIAW early on, with UNCG being one of the lead organizers of the organization. Two of the first men’s sports were basketball and bowling. In 1971, with the emergence of the five-player rule in women’s basketball, UNCG finished fourth in the National Collegiate Tournament. Two years later, the women’s golf team won the AIAW national title – UNCG’s firstever team national crown. Porter coached the squad and future professional golfer Donna Horton White was on the squad. Since then, UNCG has enjoyed a number of successes: • Five national titles in men’s soccer during the 1980s and a runner-up finish in women’s tennis. • An unprecedented five-year move from Division III to Division II to Division I. • A trip to the “Big Dance” – the NCAA men’s basketball tournament – in just its fifth year of Division I status. • Men’s soccer coach Michael Parker and women’s basketball coach Lynne Agee were the first to lead teams to the NCAA tournament in all three divisions. • A baseball squad built from scratch by Mike Gaski that made it to the NCAA tournament in just its fifth season of play. • A men’s soccer program that conquered all comers for two months to become the No. 1 team in the nation in 2004, the beginning of UNCG’s three straight NCAA tournament Round of 16 appearances and four in five years. • Kyle Hines, who became just the sixth player in college basketball history to record 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds and 300 blocked shots in a career. • Individuals like wrestler Dock Kelly, who overcame birth defects that left him without legs, qualifying for the NCAA Championship. • Students like Siggi Eyjolffson, who earned Academic All-American honors three times. From major league pitcher Brian Moehler to MLS champion Alejandro Moreno to LPGA star Becky Morgan, Spartan alumni have gone on to successful careers in sports. That success isn’t just limited to the playing field, either. The late Doug Hamilton was one of the pioneers within MLS and played on the UNCG national championship teams of the 1980s. Eyjolffson returned to his native Iceland and is one of the top people in his native country’s soccer federation, currently serving as their women’s national team head coach. S p a r t a n athletics has had its success stories over the years … and the best is yet to come.

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National Championships (6) Women’s Golf – 1973 (AIAW) Men’s Soccer – 1982 (NCAA III) Men’s Soccer – 1983 (NCAA III) Men’s Soccer – 1985 (NCAA III) Men’s Soccer – 1986 (NCAA III) Men’s Soccer – 1987 (NCAA III)

Conference Tournament Titles (43 overall; 31 in NCAA Div. I) Women’s Volleyball – 1981 Women’s Basketball – 1982 Women’s Volleyball – 1982 Women’s Volleyball – 1983 Women’s Basketball – 1983 Softball – 1983 Women’s Basketball – 1984 Women’s Volleyball – 1984 Women’s Basketball – 1985 Women’s Basketball – 1987 Women’s Basketball – 1988 Softball – 1988 Men’s Soccer – 1993 ** Softball – 1994 ** Women’s Soccer – 1994 ** Men’s Soccer – 1994 ** Softball – 1995 ** Men’s Golf – 1995 ** Women’s Golf – 1995 ** Men’s Tennis – 1995 ** Men’s Basketball – 1996 ** Men’s Golf – 1996 ** Women’s Golf – 1996 ** Softball – 1996 ** Women’s Soccer –1996 ** Men’s Soccer – 1996 ** Baseball – 1997 ** Women’s Tennis – 1997 ** Softball – 1997 ** Women’s Soccer –1997 Men’s Soccer –1998 Women’s Soccer –1998 Women’s Basketball – 1998 Men’s Basketball –2001 Women’s Soccer – 2001 Women’s Soccer – 2003 Men’s Soccer – 2005 Women’s Soccer – 2006 ++ Men’s Soccer – 2006 Men’s Soccer – 2008 Wrestling – 2010 Men’s Tennis – 2010 Women’s Soccer – 2010

Conference Reg. Season Titles (78 overall; 44 in NCAA Div. I) Men’s Tennis – 1974 Men’s Basketball – 1981 Men’s Tennis – 1981 Women’s Volleyball – 1981 Men’s Soccer – 1981 Women’s Basketball – 1982 Softball – 1982 Women’s Tennis – 1982 Women’s Volleyball – 1982 Women’s Basketball – 1983 Softball – 1983 Women’s Tennis – 1983

Women’s Volleyball – 1983 Men’s Soccer – 1983 Women’s Basketball – 1984 Softball – 1984 Men’s Tennis – 1984 Women’s Tennis – 1984 Women’s Volleyball – 1984 Men’s Soccer – 1984 Women’s Basketball – 1985 Women’s Tennis – 1985 Men’s Soccer – 1985 Men’s Tennis – 1986 Women’s Tennis – 1986 Men’s Soccer – 1986 Men’s Basketball – 1987 Women’s Basketball – 1987 Women’s Tennis – 1987 Men’s Soccer – 1987 Men’s Basketball – 1988 Women’s Basketball – 1988 Men’s Tennis – 1988 Women’s Tennis – 1988 Softball – 1993 Women’s Basketball – 1993 Men’s Soccer – 1993 Women’s Soccer – 1993 Women’s Basketball – 1994 Baseball – 1994 ** Men’s Soccer – 1994 Women’s Soccer – 1994 Men’s Basketball – 1995 Women’s Basketball – 1995 Softball – 1995 Men’s Soccer – 1995 Women’s Soccer – 1995 Volleyball – 1995 Men’s Basketball – 1996 Women’s Basketball – 1996 Softball – 1996 Men’s Soccer – 1996 Women’s Soccer – 1996 Softball – 1997 Baseball – 1997 Women’s Basketball – 1997 ** Women’s Soccer – 1997 ** Men’s Soccer - 1997 ** Women’s Basketball – 1998 ** Baseball – 1998 ** Women’s Soccer – 1998 ** Men’s Soccer – 1998 ** Women’s Basketball – 1999 ** Women’s Soccer – 2000 ** Men’s Tennis – 2001 ** Women’s Soccer – 2001 ** Women’s Basketball – 2002 ** Men’s Basketball – 2002 Men’s Soccer – 2004 ** Women’s Soccer – 2004 ** Men’s Soccer – 2005 ** Women’s Soccer – 2006 ** Men’s Soccer – 2006 ** Women’s Soccer – 2007** Women’s Soccer – 2008** Women’s Soccer – 2009 ** Women’s Soccer – 2010** Men’s Soccer – 2010 ** ** denotes officially recognized conference champion

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THE SPARTAN CLUB The Spartan Club is a non-profit organization whose primary purpose is to secure scholarship support for nearly 250 student-athletes who compete in 18 men’s and women’s NCAA Division I athletic programs at UNCG. UNCG proudly proclaims that 100 percent of Spartan Club contributions go directly to athletic scholarships for deserving studentathletes.

Methods of Giving Cash, Checks and Credit Card Gifts:

Provide the yearly financial resources needed to operate the athletic program. Payments may be spread over the course of a fiscal year (July 1-June 30), but all pledges must be paid by June 30. The university accepts cash, checks and credit cards (American Express, MasterCard, Visa).

Employer Matching Gifts:

Matching gifts double or triple the impact of your gift and increase your membership level. Be sure to enclose your matching gift form with application and donation and associate benefits.

Athletic Scholarship Endowments:

These provide tuition, room, meals, books and fees on an annual basis for a studentathlete. Pay tribute to someone’s life and accomplishments or leave your own legacy while strengthening UNCG’s athletic program.

Planned and Estate Gifts:

These gifts include life income arrangements from trusts, annuities, income funds, as well as life insurance policies and individual estate bequests, such as cash or real estate.

Endowed Athletic Scholarships

A named endowment to support athletic scholarships may be created with a commitment of $50,000 or more. The endowment generates income that is awarded to student-athletes on an annual basis. •Lynne C. Agee Fund •James H. Allen Fund •Alma W. Barrier Fund •Smith Barrier Fund •Dr. Richard and Sharon Beavers Scholarship Fund •Irwin Belk Fund •Aaron Michael Bobb Fund •Rich Brenner Endowed Fund •Mike & Nancy Burke Fund •Marge Burns Fund •Bush Family Fund •Bobbi Carson Fund •Robert A. and Mary C. Fleming Fund •The Michael B. Fleming Fund •Stanley and Dorothy Frank Fund •J. Douglas Galyon Fund

•Ellen Griffin Fund •Lester Earl Gross III Fund •Charles A. Hayes Fund •Becky Jackson Fund •Nathan & Robyn Jameson Fund •David Bates Knight Fund •C. Tomas Martin Fund •Karl Mayer Fund •Jim Melvin Fund •Charles C. Moyer Fund •Victor M. Nussbaum, Jr. Fund •Nancy Ann Porter Fund •Charles M. Reid Fund •Rayna Matea Taylor Fund •Edward & Carolyn Uprichard Fund •H. Michael Weaver Fund

Six additional funds that are on their way to reaching endowment status include: •Athena Gallins •Celebration of Women in Sport •Doug Hamilton •Michael H. Parker •David and Malinda Richbourg •Gary, Marilyn and Jordan Smith Fund

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Annual Scholarships

An annual scholarship may be created with a commitment of $10,000 or more over a four-year period. •Richard A. and Sharon J. Beavers Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Bobb Family Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Bott Family Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Linda Brady and Steve Heyer Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •David L. and Martha P. Brown Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Marc and Janis Bush Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Mike and Cherry Callahan Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Clarida Family Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Doug M. Hamilton Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Raila M. Harris Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Nixon C. Henley Annual Athletic Scholarship •Karl Mayer Textile Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Brenda Tolbert King Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Kronenfeld Family Annual Scholarship Fund •LindBrook Development Annual Athletic Scholarship •Shawn Daniel Mulrooney Memorial Annual Athletic Scholarship •Piedmont Orthopedic Associates, Inc. Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Senn Dunn Annual Athletic Scholarship •Shamrock Corporation Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Mary and Art Winstead Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Perry R. Wyatt Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund

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Spartan Club Executive Committee Chair: Chuck Burns - Area Vice President, First Citizens Bank Marc Bush - Greensboro Sports Commission Samantha F. Brumbaugh ‘99 - Attorney at Cairo, Ferguson, Brumbaugh, Stroupe, PLLC Craig Cook ‘82 - President, Oakbrook Solutions, Inc. Michael H. Godwin - Attorney at Schell, Bray, Aycock, Abel & Livingston, PLLC Leaton Harris - Director of Business Operations, TEK Systems Kurt Kronenfeld ‘79 - Vice President, Senn Dunn Insurance Pete LaMuraglia ‘86 - Partner, Compass Financial Partners, LLC Ben Sirmons ‘74 - Assistant General Council, UNIFI, Inc. Michael Spohn ‘91 - CFO/Vice President, Old North State Trust, LLC Jeff Taylor ‘83 - CFO, Pope Companies Harrison Turner - Partner, Greensboro Dermatology Associates Ex-Officio Members Dr. Patti Stewart - Vice Chancellor for University Advancement, UNCG Dr. Terry Ackerman - Faculty Athletics Rep, UNCG Kim Record - Director of Athletics, UNCG Mike Roach - Director, Spartan Club Advisor C. Thomas Martin ‘70 - Former Director of Planning, City of Greensboro

UNCG Spartan Club PO Box 41230 Greensboro, NC 27404-1230 Director: Mike Roach

Phone: 336-334-5156 Fax: 336-334-5319 www.spartanclub.org Associate Director: Donegan Root

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From the North and East (Burlington, Raleigh/Durham, Richmond, Va.): From I-40/85, follow I-40/Business 85 toward Greensboro/Winston-Salem. Take the Freeman Mill Road/Coliseum Area exit, and turn right on Freeman Mill Road. Turn left at the first stoplight onto Coliseum Boulevard. Follow for approximately 1.5 miles and turn right at third stoplight onto Spring Garden Street. Turn left on Stirling Street, and the Walker Avenue Parking Deck will be on your left at the corner of Stirling and Theta streets, approximately 0.7 miles. From the South (Salisbury, Charlotte, Atlanta, Ga.): From I-85 North, follow Business 85 toward Greensboro, then take the Holden Road exit and turn right on Holden Road. Follow Holden for approximately 4.5 miles and turn right on Market Street. Follow Market Street for approximately 1.5 miles. Turn right on Aycock Street South. At the second stoplight, turn left on Spring Garden Street. Turn left on Stirling Street, and the Walker Avenue Parking Deck will be on your left at the corner of Stirling and Theta streets, approximately 0.7 miles. From the West (Winston-Salem, Asheville, Knoxville, Tenn.): From I-40 East, take the Wendover Avenue East exit. Follow Wendover to the exit for Market Street (3.5 miles). Turn right on Market Street and follow for less than 1 mile. Turn right on Aycock Street South. At second stoplight, turn left on Spring Garden Street. Turn left on Stirling Street, and the Walker Avenue Parking Deck will be on your left at the corner of Stirling and Theta streets. From the North on Highway 220 (Eden, Martinsville, Roanoke, Va.): Highway 220 South becomes Battleground Avenue. Stay on Battleground until you cross the intersection of Cornwallis Drive. Immediately bear right on Westover Terrace. (Battleground Avenue and Highway 220 will bear left.) Stay on Westover as it becomes Aycock Street. At the fifth

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stoplight turn left onto Spring Garden Street. Turn left on Stirling Street, and the Walker Avenue Parking Deck will be on your left at the corner of Stirling and Theta streets. From the South on Highway 220 (Asheboro, Rockingham): From Highway 220 North, follow the signs to the Coliseum area. Turn left at the stoplight onto Coliseum Boulevard. Follow for approximately 1.5 miles and turn right at third stoplight onto Spring Garden Street. Turn left on Stirling Street, and the Walker Avenue Parking Deck will be on your left at the corner of Stirling and Theta streets, approximately 0.7 miles. From the North on Highway 29 (Reidsville, Danville, Va.): From Highway 29 South, take the Wendover Avenue West/Hospital Exit. Follow Wendover for approximately 2.6 miles and take the Westover Terrace exit. Follow the exit to the right, and merge right, following the Coliseum sign. Stay on Westover as it becomes Aycock Street. Turn left at the fourth stoplight onto Spring Garden Street. Turn left on Stirling Street, and the Walker Avenue Parking Deck will be on your left at the corner of Stirling and Theta streets. From the South on Highway 421 (Sanford, Fayetteville): From Highway 421 North, take I-40 West toward Winston-Salem. Take the Freeman Mill Road/Coliseum Area exit, and turn right on Freeman Mill Road. Turn left at the first stoplight onto Coliseum Boulevard. Follow for approximately 1.5 miles and turn right at third stoplight onto Spring Garden Street. Turn left on Stirling Street, and the Walker Avenue Parking Deck will be on your left at the corner of Stirling and Theta streets, approximately 0.7 miles. NOTE: These are general directions to the UNCG campus. The majority of the Athletic Complex is located on Walker Avenue near the parking deck.

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2010-11 UNCG MEN’S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

November Fri. 12 Sun. 14 Sun. 21 Sat. 27 Mon. 29

at VCU FLORIDA STATE VIRGINIA TECH at East Carolina N.C. A&T

December Thu. 2 at Wofford * Mon. 6 FURMAN * Wed. 8 at Maryland Wed. 15 at Wake Forest Sun. 19 at Clemson Wed. 22 RICHMOND Wed. 29 DUKE January Thu. 6 Sat. 8 Mon. 10 Thu. 13 Mon. 17 Thu. 20 Thu. 27 Sat. 29

7:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. FSN-South / FSN-Florida 1:00 p.m. Comcast SportsNet / NESN 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. noon 7:00 p.m.

Comcast SportsNet ESPNU FSN South ESPNU

February Wed. 2 Sat. 5 Mon. 7 Sat. 12 Tue. 15 Sat. 19 Mon. 21 Thu. 24 Sat. 26

APPALACHIAN STATE * 7 :00 p.m. at Western Carolina * 2:00 p.m. THE CITADEL * 7:00 p.m. at Coll. of Charleston * 4 :00 p.m. MIAMI (FLA.) 7:00 p.m. at Elon * 8:00 p.m. WESTERN CAROLINA * 7 :00 p.m. at Georgia Southern * 7 :00 p.m. at Davidson * 2:00 p.m.

March 4-7

Southern Conference Tournament

*Southern Conference game

All times & dates subject to change for TV. Times listed are eastern. Additional television clearances possible thru ESPN Full Court and ESPN3.

SAMFORD * 7:00 p.m. CHATTANOOGA * 2:00 p.m. ELON * 7:00 p.m. at Appalachian State * 7 :00 p.m. DAVIDSON * 7:00 p.m. GEORGIA SOUTHERN * 7 :00 p.m. at Chattanooga * 7:00 p.m. at Samford * 5:00 p.m.

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2010-11 UNCG Men's Basketball Guide  

2010-11 UNCG Men's Basketball Guide

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