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University Facts School..................................................................................... UNCG Location..................................................................Greensboro, N.C. Founded....................................................................................1891 Enrollment............................................... 18,502 (14,664 undergrad) Nickname............................................................................ Spartans Colors...................................................................Navy, Gold & White Arena.................................................................Greensboro Coliseum Capacity........................................................................7,617/23,000 Affiliation.................................................................. NCAA Division I Conference..........................................................................Southern Chancellor.............................................................. Dr. Linda P. Brady Director of Athletics....................................................... Kim Record Alma Mater..................................................................Virginia, 1984 Athletics Dept. Phone................................................. 336-334-5952 Ticket Office Phone.................................................... 336-334-3250 Team Information

2013-14 Overall Record.............................................. 14-18 2013-14 SoCon Record.................................................. 7-9 SoCon Finish................................................................. Sixth Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................................... 8/6 Starters Returning/Lost................................................. 3/2 Newcomers......................................................................... 7 Coaching Information Head Coach........................................................... Wes Miller Alma Mater............................................ North Carolina, 2007 Career Record......................................... 34-51 (Three years) Record at UNCG...................................... 34-51 (Three years) Associate Head Coach...................................... Mike Roberts Alma Mater...................................................... Indiana, 2005 Assistant Coach............................................Duane Simpkins Alma Mater....................................................Maryland, 1996 Assistant Coach...............................................Jackie Manuel Alma Mater............................................ North Carolina, 2005

Athletics Communications

Table Of Contents Quick Facts....................................................................................... 2 Nike................................................................................................. 3 This Is UNCG................................................................................. 4-7 The Spartan Way........................................................................... 8-9 Greensboro Coliseum.................................................................. 10-11 Spartans Overseas..................................................................... 12-13 Media Exposire........................................................................... 14-15 Spartan Champions.................................................................... 16-17 Spartan Success......................................................................... 18-19 Head Coach Wes Miller............................................................... 20-21 Coaching Staff........................................................................... 22-25 2014-15 Schedule........................................................................... 26 2014-15 Roster............................................................................... 27 Nicholas Paulos.......................................................................... 28-29 Jamal Mitchell............................................................................ 30-31 Kayel Locke............................................................................... 32-33 RJ White.................................................................................... 34-35 Tevon Saddler............................................................................ 36-37 Diante Baldwin........................................................................... 38-39 Clay Byrd................................................................................... 40-41 Jordy Kuiper.............................................................................. 42-43 Asad Lamot.................................................................................... 44 Ben Dickinson................................................................................. 45 Nik Brown....................................................................................... 46 Marvin Smith.................................................................................. 47 CJ Coleman.................................................................................... 48 Garrett Collins................................................................................. 49 Lloyd Burgess................................................................................. 50 Southern Conference....................................................................... 51 2013-14 In Review..................................................................... 52-53 Postseason History..................................................................... 54-55 All-Time Letterwinners..................................................................... 56 Award Winners................................................................................ 57 Record Book.............................................................................. 58-66 Year-By-Year Results................................................................... 67-73 Media Policies............................................................................ 74-75 Chancellor Dr. Linda P. Brady............................................................ 76 Director of Athletics Kim Record....................................................... 77 Athletics Hall Of Fame................................................................ 78-82 Spartan Club.............................................................................. 83-84 Campus Map................................................................................... 85

Asst. AD........................................................ Matt McCollester Email............................................matt.mccollester@uncg.edu Cell Phone........................................................336-676-3407 Assistant Director............................................... Chris Welch Assistant Director............................................. Justin Glover Intern............................................................Kaylee Donegan Media Relations Office....................................336-334-5615 Website............................................. www.uncgspartans.com Mailing Address............................................. UNCG Athletics ......................................................................PO Box 26168 ................................................. Greensboro, NC 27402-6168

2014-15 Men’s Basketabll Guide Credits The 2014-15 UNCG men’s basketball guide was designed and edited by Director of Media Relations, Matt McCollester. Editorial assistance was provided by assistant directors Chip Welch and Justin Glover. Additional assistance was provided by Director of New Media Dacia Ijames. Photography was provided by Carlos Morales, Tim Cowie, Dano Keeney, WG Sports, Willis Glasgow, Chris English, John Bell, UNCG University Relations Photographers and others.


The University of North Carolina at Greensboro was first chartered back on Feb. 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 co-educational in 1963. Today, in its 120th year of existence, 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.


UNCG Facts & Figures - More than 17,500 on-campus students and over 950 others in distance-learning programs. - Average class size is 27 students and more than a third of the classes have fewer than

20 students.

- Student/faculty ratio is approximately 17:1. - Over the past five years, more than 40% of UNCG student-athletes held a gradepoint average of 3.0 or better, including 51% of them last year.


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Aaron Brackett Noerdlingen, Germany

Ronnie Burrell Bayreuth, Germany

Ricky Hickman Tel-Aviv, Israel

Ronnie Taylor Beirut, Lebanon

James Maye Mexico

Courtney Eldridge Dominican Republic


Kyle Hines Moscow, Russia Mikko Koivisto Nilan, Finland

Trevis Simpson Kolossos, Greece


Alejandro Moreno

Student-athletes at UNCG have enjoyed a tremendous amount of success over the years. Although the athletic department celebrated its 45th season in 2010-11, 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 first-ever 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 -- went from Division III in 1987, to Division II in 1988-90 and have been Division I since 1991. • 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. • Men’s basketball games moved off campus to the Greensboro Coliseum, one of the premier facilities in the country. 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. Spartan athletics has had its success stories over the years … and the best is yet to come.


National Championships (Six Overall) 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 (44 overall; 32 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

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Conference Regular Season Titles (84 overall; 50 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 ** Men’s Soccer 2010 ** Women’s Soccer 2010 ** Men’s Soccer 2011 ** Men’s Cross Country 2011 ** Women’s CC 2011 ** Men’s Basketball 2012 ^ Women’s Tennis 2012 ** Women’s Soccer 2012 ** **officially recognized conference champion ^ SoCon North Division title


North Carolina, 2007 Wes Miller enters his fourth season as the UNCG men’s basketball coach in 201415 after taking over the reins of the program in December of 2011 on an interim basis. Miller has spent his first three years building a championship-mentality throughout the program and has laid the groundwork for future success. Miller led the Spartans to 14 wins last season, their highest-win total since 200708. Included in that mark was the program’s first victory over an ACC school since 2007 and just their second victory all-time against the conference with a come-frombehind win at Virginia Tech. Freshman Tevon Saddler was named as the Southern Conference Player of the Year in 2013-14, the Spartans first such honor since Kyle Hines won the award in 2005. Junior Kyle Cain was named First Team All-SoCon and Second Team All-Region last year. Cain became the second straight Spartan to sign a professional contract overseas, inking with Ramat Hasharon in Israel. Trevis Simpson is in his second year playing professionally in Greece after starring for the Spartans from 2011-2014. Miller and his staff were very active on the recruiting trail in his first full season as the Spartans bringing in seven newcomers for the 2013-14 season, the first full recruiting class under Miller’s tenure. The highly-touted class includes six freshmen and one transfer. The Spartans were aggressive in recruiting North Carolina where they signed three All-State selections, including Clay Byrd and Diante Baldwin. Miller and his staff also built on their success recruiting from the Baltimore area as they signed the Maryland Player of the Year, Tevon Saddler, a year removed from signing another Baltimore area standout in top-returning scorer Kayel Locke. Miller, who was the youngest head coach in NCAA Division I at the time of his hire, made the removal of the interim tag an easy decision as he was named the Southern Conference Coach of the Year after leading the Spartans to the SoCon North Division title at the end of the 2011-12 season. Miller took control of the program Dec. 13, 2011 with the Spartans sitting at 2-8 and led them through one of the biggest turnarounds in program history. Miller guided the Spartans to an 11-11 record the rest of the season to finish with a 13-19 overall record, including a 10-8 mark in SoCon play. The Spartans lost their first six games under Miller to fall to 2-14 on the season but the program made an 180-degree turnaround posting an 11-5 record down the stretch. UNCG posted a seven-game winning streak during league play, which included several dramatic victories. The Spartans carried that momentum into the conference


tournament where they advanced to the SoCon semifinals for the first time since the 2007-08 season. Miller, who also spent the 2010-11 season as an assistant coach at UNCG, is no stranger to the state of North Carolina. He played three seasons at the University of North Carolina and spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Elon and High Point. Miller also ran his own basketball camps in Charlotte and Greensboro for two summers. In three seasons as a player at North Carolina under head coach and mentor Roy Williams, Miller helped the Tar Heels to the national championship in 2005, two Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season championships and one ACC Tournament title. He 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 and tournament titles, and a final No. 3 national ranking. 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. He earned the team’s Defensive Player of the Year and Most Improved Player awards that season, as well. 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 married the former Ashley Love in August 2011.


Indiana, 2005

Mike Roberts is in his third season as associate head coach on UNCG coach Wes Miller’s staff in 2014-15. Roberts helped the Spartans post their most wins in a single-season last year with 14 since the 2007-08 campaign. Also, UNCG picked up just its second victory all-time against an ACC opponent last year with a win at Virginia Tech, its first over the ACC since 2007. Roberts came to UNCG after four years as an assistant coach at Rice under head coach Ben Braun. Roberts also served two years on Braun’s staff at California from 2006-08. The Owls improved in each of the last three seasons with Roberts on staff, culminating in a 19-16 record in 2011-12, the program’s first winning season since 2005. The 19 wins were also a program high since the 2004-05 campaign. Rice participated in the 2012 CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament, winning two games to reach the CIT quarterfinals. A first-round win over Louisiana-Lafayette marked the Owls’ first postseason win since a first-round victory in the 1993 NIT. Roberts coached Rice’s post players and was the academic supervisor to seven Conference USA All-Academic recipients. In 2011, Rice received C-USA’s Sport Academic Award, which is given annually to the team with the highest grade point average for each conference-sponsored sport. Roberts also supervised academics at Cal, helping the squad post its best team GPA in 10 years. Prior to becoming an assistant on the Bears’ staff, Roberts was the team’s video coordinator for the 2006-07 season. The Terre Haute, Ind., native spent a year as a graduate assistant coach at Texas Tech under Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame coach Bob Knight after wrapping up his playing career at Indiana. The 2005 graduate helped the Hoosiers to three NCAA tournament appearances and one NIT berth and was a member of IU’s 2002 NCAA runner-up squad. He was a three-time Academic All-Big Ten Conference selection and earned the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award in 2005, when he was a team captain. Prior to Indiana, Roberts played at South Eugene High School in Oregon before attending the New Hampton School in New Hampshire.


Maryland, 1996 • RECRUITING COORDINATOR Former Maryland standout Duane Simpkins is in his third year on UNCG men’s basketball coach Wes Miller’s staff as an assistant coach. Simpkins is the Spartans’ recruiting coordinator and played an instrumental role in the past three recruiting classes. Simpkins helped the Spartans post their most wins in a single-season last year with 14 since the 2007-08 campaign. Also, UNCG picked up just its second victory all-time against an ACC opponent last year with a win at Virginia Tech, its first over the ACC since 2007. Simpkins helped Miler’s coaching staff be very active on the recruiting trail in his first full season as the Spartans bringing in seven newcomers for the 2013-14 season, the first full recruiting class under Miller’s tenure. The highly-touted class includes six freshmen and one transfer. The Spartans were aggressive in recruiting North Carolina where they signed three All-State selections, including Clay Byrd and Diante Baldwin. Miller and his staff also built on their success recruiting from the Baltimore area as they signed the Maryland Player of the Year, Tevon Saddler, a year removed from signing another Baltimore area standout in top-returning scorer Kayel Locke. Simpkins came to UNCG after a one-year stint as the coordinator of basketball operations under coach Pat Skerry at Towson. Prior to joining the Towson staff, Simpkins was the head coach at St. Albans School in Washington, D.C., from 2007-11. For the two years prior to that, Simpkins was the head coach at Sidwell Friends School, also in Washington. He was an assistant coach at Bishop O’Connell High School in Arlington, Va., in 1999-2000. Simpkins was an assistant compliance administrator at his alma mater in 2004-05 following a professional playing career that saw him play in China, Italy, the Dominican, France and Belgium, as well as in the United States. Simpkins, who concluded his professional career with the Shandong Tigers in Shandong, China, played in the USBL and the ABA in the U.S. from 2000-02. He also played with the Memphis Grizzlies in the Summer Pro League. A McDonald’s High School All-American at DeMatha Catholic High School under legendary Hall of Fame coach Morgan Wootten, Simpkins was just the third freshman to make DeMatha’s varsity team. Simpkins was a three-time honorable mention All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection at Maryland, helping the Terrapins to three NCAA appearances, including a pair of Sweet Sixteen showings. A three-year starter and captain under coach Gary Williams from 1992-96, Simpkins finished his career with 1,123 points over his 119game career. He was a career 81.2 percent free throw shooter and his 483 career assists rank him seventh on the Terrapins’ all-time list. The owner and director of “Power Through Sports” camps and clinics in Washington, Simpkins has also served as a basketball analyst for Comcast SportsNet. Simpkins and his wife Kirsten have three kids - Kai, Darian and Elijah.


North Carolina, 2007 Jackie Manuel is in his third season as an assistant coach on UNCG coach Wes Miller’s staff. Manuel has helped the Spartans picked up All-Southern Conference honors for Trevis Simpson (2013-14) and Freshman of the Year accolades for Tevon Saddler (2014-15). Manual helped the Spartans post their most wins in a single-season last year with 14 since the 2007-08 campaign. Also, UNCG picked up just its second victory all-time against an ACC opponent last year with a win at Virginia Tech, its first over the ACC since 2007. Manuel joins the UNCG staff after a one-year stint as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at his alma mater, North Carolina. There, he prepared and assisted with the execution of the strength training workout plan for the men’s basketball team while learning the ropes of coaching from Hall of Fame coach Roy Williams. In Manuel’s one year on staff at UNC, the Tar Heels went 32-6 overall, won the Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season title and advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight. North Carolina began the 2011-12 campaign ranked No. 1 in the nation. Manuel wrapped up a five-year professional playing career in 2011. He spent the 2010-11 season playing for the Miyazaki Shining Suns in Miyazaki, Japan, averaging 18 points, six rebounds and three assists per game. Prior to that, he spent four seasons in the NBA Development League, playing for the Erie Bayhawks (the minor league affiliate of the New York Knicks), the Iowa Energy (Chicago Bulls, New Orleans Hornets and Washington Wizards) and the Los Angeles D-Fenders (Los Angeles Lakers). The West Palm Beach, Fla., native was a two-time All-ACC Defensive Team member as a player for the Tar Heels, taking the honor in 2003-04 and 2004-05. He was a tri-captain for North Carolina’s national championship squad in 2005, when he and Miller were teammates. Manuel is married to Ronda Jae Manuel and they have two daughters, Ryann Jae Manuel and Kameron Jae Manuel.


Support Staff

Jay McCloy Athletic Trainer

Chris Parsons Strength Coach

Matt McCollester Communications

Pat Flesher Graduate Manager

Chris LePore Graduate Manager

Sean Dwyer Graduate Manager

Chandler Oliver Marketing

Dacia Ijames Marketing

Tim George Administrator


2014-15 Schedule

Chowan Nov. 14 @ 7 p.m.

UNCW Nov. 18 @ 7 p.m.

at EMU Showcase Nov. 21-23

at Indiana Nov. 28 @ 9 p.m.

High Point Dec. 1 @ 7 p.m.

at Presbyterian Dec. 6 @ 2 p.m.

Greensboro College Dec. 10 @ 11:30 a.m.

at ETSU Dec. 13 @ 4 p.m.

North Carolina Dec. 16 @ 7 p.m.

Elon Dec. 20 @ 2 p.m.

at East Carolina Dec. 28 @ 2 p.m.

Mars Hill Dec. 31 @ 2 p.m.

Mercer Jan. 3 @ 5 p.m.

The Citadel Jan. 5 @ 7 p.m.

at Furman Jan. 8 @ 7 p.m.

at Western Carolina Jan. 10 @ 4:30 p.m.

VMI Jan. 14 @ 7 p.m.

at Samford Jan. 22 @ 7 p.m.

at Chattanooga Jan. 24 @ 6 p.m.

Wofford Jan. 29 @ 7 p.m.

Western Carolina Jan. 31 @ 5 p.m.

at VMI Feb. 3 @ 7 p.m.

at The Citadel Feb. 7 @ 1 p.m.

ETSU Feb. 12 @ 7 p.m.

at Mercer Feb. 14 @ 4 p.m.

at Wofford Feb. 19 @ 7 p.m.

Furman Feb. 22 @ 1 p.m.

Samford Feb. 26 @ 7 p.m.

Chattanooga Feb. 28 @ 5 p.m.

SoCon Tournament March 6-9


2014-15 Numerical Roster No. 0 1 2 3 4 11 13 14 15 25 30 31 32 33 35

Name Tevon Saddler Marvin Smith Jr. Asad Lamot Diante Baldwin Nik Brown C.J. Coleman Kayel Locke Ben Dickinson Garrett Collins Lloyd Burgess Clay Byrd Nicholas Paulos Jordy Kuiper RJ White Jamal Mitchell

Pos. Ht. G 6-6 G/F 6-6 G 6-1 G 6-0 G 6-3 G 6-3 F 6-5 F 6-9 G 6-5 C 6-11 G 6-0 G/F 6-7 F 6-9 C 6-8 G 6-4

Wt. Cl. Exp. Hometown/Previous School 205 So. 1L Aberdeen, Md./St. Frances 190 Fr. HS Richmond, Va./Fork Union Military Academy 185 R-Jr. RS Mebane, N.C./Lees-McRae 181 So. 1L Greensboro, N.C./High Point Christian 200 Jr. TR Washington, D.C./Longwood 180 Fr. HS Fortville, Ind./Mt Vernon 240 Jr. 2L Baltimore, Md./McDonogh 230 R-Jr. TR Alexandria, Va./Loyola Marymount 185 Fr. HS Asheville, N.C./Fishburne Military Academy 270 Fr. HS Durham, N.C./Christ School 176 So. 1L Connelly Springs, N.C./East Burke 185 Sr. 3L Salt Lake City, Utah/New Hampton School 250 So. 1L Groningen, Netherlands/Canaries Basketball 280 R-So. 1L Frisco, Texas/Frisco 190 Sr. 1L Charlotte, N.C./Gardner-Webb

2014-15 Alphabetical Roster No. 3 4 25 30 11 15 14 32 2 13 35 31 0 1 33

Name Diante Baldwin Nik Brown Lloyd Burgess Clay Byrd C.J. Coleman Garrett Collins Ben Dickinson Jordy Kuiper Asad Lamot Kayel Locke Jamal Mitchell Nicholas Paulos Tevon Saddler Marvin Smith Jr. RJ White

Pos. Ht. G 6-0 G 6-3 C 6-11 G 6-0 G 6-3 G 6-5 F 6-9 F 6-9 G 6-1 F 6-5 G 6-4 G/F 6-7 G 6-6 G/F 6-6 C 6-8

Wt. Cl. Exp. Hometown/Previous School 181 So. 1L Greensboro, N.C./High Point Christian 200 Jr. TR Washington, D.C./Longwood 270 Fr. HS Durham, N.C./Christ School 176 So. 1L Connelly Springs, N.C./East Burke 180 Fr. HS Fortville, Ind./Mt Vernon 185 Fr. HS Asheville, N.C./Fishburne Military Academy 230 R-Jr. TR Alexandria, Va./Loyola Marymount 250 So. 1L Groningen, Netherlands/Canaries Basketball 185 R-Jr. RS Mebane, N.C./Lees-McRae 240 Jr. 2L Baltimore, Md./McDonogh 190 Sr. 1L Charlotte, N.C./Gardner-Webb 185 Sr. 3L Salt Lake City, Utah/New Hampton School 205 So. 1L Aberdeen, Md./St. Frances 190 Fr. HS Richmond, Va./Fork Union Military Academy 280 R-So. 1L Frisco, Texas/Frisco

Head Coach: Wes Miller, fourth season (North Carolina, 2007) Associate Head Coach: Mike Roberts, third season (Indiana, 2005) Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator: Duane Simpkins, third season (Maryland, 1996) Assistant Coach: Jackie Manuel, third season (North Carolina, 2006)

Pronunciation Guide Tevon Saddler – TAY-von Kayel Locke – K-L (like two letters) Nicholas Paulos – PAUL-lus Jordy Kuiper – KIE-purr


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Salt Lake City, Utah

New Hampton School

2013-14 (Junior) Played and started all 32 games to earn his third letter … Averaged 8.5 points and 3.6 rebounds per game … Connected on 36.5 percent (69-of-189) from three-point land … His 36.5 percent shooting from distance ranked 15th in the Southern Conference … His 69 three-pointers made led the team and ranked sixth in the SoCon … Additionally, his 69 three-pointers are eighth alltime in UNCG single-season history while his 189 attempts are third all-time … Scored in double figures nine times … Score a season-high 27 points against Davidson (Jan. 18) … Set a UNCG record with a perfect 9-of-9 shooting from long range against Davidson … With a three-pointer in the game before and after, he hit 11 straight from distance at one point … Grabbed a season-high eight rebounds against Davidson … Scored 22 points against Presbyterian (Dec. 3) as he was 6-of-12 from long range and 8-of-14 from the field … Notched 21 points against James Madison, hitting 7-of-11 from three-point land … Played a career-high 38 minutes against Davidson (Jan. 18) and played over 30 minutes in 19 games … Led the team with 29.6 minutes played … Hit 16-of-18 (88.9%) from the free throw line … Dished out 32 assists, notched 14 steals and recorded 12 blocked shots … Named the BCBSNC Blue Chip Performer of the Week on two occasions. 2012-13 (Sophomore) Played in all 31 games, including three starts, to earn his second letter … Fourth on the team in scoring at 8.0 points per game while also grabbing 2.7 rebounds per game in 20.0 minutes a game … Connected on 42.8 percent (83-of-194) from the field and 40.6 percent (63-of-155) from three-point land … His 40.6 percent long distance shooting ranked fifth in the SoCon while his 2.0 three-pointers per game ranked sixth … Also hit 82.6 percent (19-of-23) from the free throw line … Scored in double figures 10 times, including a career-high 30 points at Chattanooga (Feb. 21) …Against the Mocs, he set a UNCG single-game record with 10 three-pointers off the bench as he was 10-of-12 (83.3%) from long range in just 21 minutes of action … He hit his first four three-pointers of the game before hitting six straight on consecutive possessions in the second half for the single-gam erecord … His 10 three-pointers made were third most in a single-game in NCAA Division I on the year, while his 83.3 percent mark was 20th best in the country … Scored 26 points off the bench against Lees-McRae (Jan. 9) as he was 8-of-12 (66.7%) from distance in 24 minutes … Connected on 5-of-6 (83.3%) from three-point land against James Madison (Dec. 16) to finish with 15 points … Recorded 14 games with multiple three-pointers made … Grabbed a season-high seven rebounds against Georgia Southern (Feb. 27) and Elon (March 9) … Posted 22 steals on the year. 2011-12 (Freshman) Played in 29 games as a reserve to earn his first letter… Averaged 5.5 points and 2.1 rebounds per game while playing 13.8 minutes per contest … Scored in double figures five times, including a career-high 25 points against Towson (Nov.20) in 24 minutes … Connected on 9-of-15 (.600) from the field and 6-of-11 (.545) from three-point land in the victory… Scored 12 points against Richmond (Dec. 30), Samford (Feb.9) and Elon (Feb. 25) … Grabbed a career-high nine rebounds against Richmond … Connected on 34.8 percent (39-of-112) from three-point land … Posted 10 games with multiple 3-pointers … Perfect 9-of-9 from the free throw line… Played a career-high 25 minutes against Richmond while playing 24 minutes against Towson. Prior to UNCG 2010 graduate of Olympus High School in Holladay, Utah …spent a post-graduate season (2010-11) at New Hampton School in New Hampton, N.H., where he was coached by Pete Hutchins …earned second-team all-New England Prep School Athletic Conference honors at New Hampton … helped the Huskies to a 21-13 recordand a NEPSAC runner-up finish … played with four other Division I signees at New Hampton … earned first-teamAll-State honors as a senior at Olympus High after averaging 15.2points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game … led the state of Utah in three-point field goals (55) as a senior as Olympus went 18-4 and reached the state final four … Olympus also spent 16 consecutive weeks ranked as Utah’s No. 1 high school squad … two-time all-league selection picked for the Utah High School Coaches Association all-star game as a senior… helped lead Olympus to a pair of regional championships … played AAU ball for Utah Pump N Run, helping lead them to a pair of state championships. Personal Nicholas Peter Paulos … born Feb. 26, 1992 in Salt Lake City, Utah … son of Bill and Julie Paulos … comes from an athletic family … father played basketball at Westminster College in the 70s and grandfather, Delmar Schick, was a running back and center fielder at the University of Utah … Majoring in communication studies.


2013-14 UNCG Men's Basketball UNCG Individual Game-by-Game (as of Mar 17, 2014) All games

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                               

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                                

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                                                                                                                                   

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                                

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   

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      



                                

     

     

Individual Career History

Paulos ’ Career Statistics 

   





       

 

   

   



   

 

   



   

  

   

   



  

       

   





       

   

   



   



   



   

  

   

   


Senior

Guard

6-4

190

Charlotte, N.C.

Gardner-Webb

2013-14 (Redshirt Junior) Played in five games to earn his first letter at UNCG. 2013 Spain Trip Played in two games on the Spain trip … Averaged 14.5 minutes per game … Scored 11 points in 11 minutes against Aragon Select as he was 5-of-6 from the field and hit his lone free throw … Played a trip-high 18 minutes against Catalunya Select, scoring four points and grabbing four rebounds. 2012-13 (Redshirt Sophomore) Sat out the season after transferring from Gardner-Webb. Prior to UNCG Walk-on at Gardner-Webb for two seasons, earning one letter with the Bulldogs … Played in seven games in 2011-12, scoring nine points and grabbing seven rebounds. High School Three-year letterwinner at Northside Christian Academy in Charlotte, N.C., for coach Frank Shimkus III … Two-time All-Metrolina Athletic Conference selection and was named Honorable Mention All-State as a senior … Averaged 22 points, sixr ebounds and four assists as a senior … Played in the Charlotte Pro-Am All-Star game and the Cannon Classic, earning All-Tournament honors in both events …Averaged 17 points, seven rebounds and three assists per game as a junior … Played AAU basketball for Team United for coach Cedrick Canty … Also earned a letter in track and field as a senior … Won the conference high jump competition while also participating in the long jump and the 4X400-meter relay. Personal Son of Walter Mitchel and Vanessa Williams … Born August 13, 1991 … Father played basketball at LIU-Brooklyn (1985-87) … Second cousin Mitch Richmond played at Kansas State from 1986-88 and had a 14-year NBA career with the Sacramento Kings, Golden State Warriors and the Washington Wizards …Second cousin Lardarius Webb played football at Southern Miss (2005-08) and is the starting cornerback for the Baltimore Ravens ... Majoring in business administration.


2013-14 UNCG Men's Basketball UNCG Individual Game-by-Game (as of Mar 17, 2014) Mitchell’s GameAll-B y-Game Statistics games #35 MITCHELL, Jamal

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     



    



 



     

     

   

     

     

     

  

     

     



     

  

     

     



     



   

     

     

     

     

     







     



     



     

Individual Career History

Mitchell ’s Career Statistics 

 



 



 

   

 



   

 



   

  

   



 

  

 

 



 



 



 



 



 

 

 

  

   


Junior

Forward

6-5

240

Baltimore, Md.

MCDonogh

2013-14 (Sophomore) Played in all 32 games to earn his second letter … Started 31 of 32 games on the year … Averaged 11.6 points per game, which ranked third on the team … Third on the team in rebounding at 4.4 boards per game … Connected on 46.3 percent (132-of-285) from the field … Ranked 15th in the Southern Conference in free throw percentage, hitting 74.3 percent (101-of-136) … Score 370 points, including 21 games with double-figure points … Scored in double figures for 10 straight games from Dec. 3 through Jan. 6 … Notched three games with 20-plus points … Scored a career-high 25 points against Claflin (Dec. 11) as he was 10-of-17 from the field and 4-of-5 from the free throw line … Scored 21 points on two occasions, against High Point in the season opener (Nov. 8) and against The Citadel (Jan. 16) … Scored the game-tying basket with under four seconds remaining against the Bulldogs to force overtime … Grabbed a season-high nine rebounds twice, against High Point and against Elon (Feb. 6) … Scored 19 points against NC State (Dec. 30) and 18 points against Furman (Jan. 6) … Scored 16 points in the regular season finale as the Spartans upset Wofford (March 1) on the road, hitting 6-of-8 from the field and 5-of-6 from the free throw line … Played a career-high 38 minutes against The Citadel (Jan. 16) … Connected on 15 straight free throws from Feb. 6 through Feb. 23 … Hit a season-high seven free throws in three different games … Named the Blue Chip Performer of the Week Dec. 17 after his Claflin performance. 2012-13 (Freshman) Appeared in all 31 games, including 17 starts, to earn his first letter … Finished third on the team in scoring at 9.9 points per game while placing third on the glass at 4.9 rebounds per game … Ranked 29th in the Southern Conference in scoring … Connected on 41.9 percent (111-of-265) from the field, including five three-pointers …Hit 66.7 percent (80-of-120) from the free throw line …Scored in double figures 14 times, including a career-high 22 points against N.C. A&T (Nov. 28) as he was 14-of-16 from the free throw line … Added 21 points against nationally-ranked NC State (Dec. 31) as he was 10-of-17 from the field … Also posted 21 points against the College of Charleston (Feb. 2) when he was 7-of-15 from the field and 6-of-7 from the free throw line… Began his collegiate career with 17 points off the bench against High Point (Nov. 9) … His 17 points in a collegiate debut is the most for a Spartan since Kyle Hines scored 21 in 2004… Connected on 10-of-12 (83.3%) from the free throw line against UNCW (Dec. 19) … Grabbed a career-high nine rebounds against N.C. A&T (Nov. 28) … Also added nine rebounds against Samford (Jan. 24) … Played a career-high 30 minutes against the College of Charleston (Feb. 2). Prior to UNCG Four-year letterwinner at McDonogh High School in OwingsMill, Md., for head coach Donta Evans … Ended his career as the Eagles’ all-time leading scorer with 1,938 points while also pulling down 1,021 rebounds in his four years …All-Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference distinction as a junior and senior … two-time All-Metro Area selection by the Baltimore Sun … Three-time Baltimore Sun Athlete of the Week … Played in the Capital City Challenge All-Star Game and the Charm City Senior Classic … Earned All-Tournament honors in several tournaments during his career, including the Most Valuable Player award of the Benedictine Capital City Classic in 2012 … Guided the Eagles to a pair of playoff appearances during his sophomore and junior years …Played AAU basketball for the Baltimore Elite and helped them to the 16U Super Showcase Championship … Member of the honor roll. Personal Son of Kyle and Vanessa Locke.


2013-14 UNCG Men's Basketball UNCG Individual Game-by-Game (as of Mar 17, 2014) All games #13 LOCKE, KayelStatistics Locke’s Game -B y-Game 

                                

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                               

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   

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                                

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                                

   

                                

                                

  

                                                                 

                                

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                                

  

                                                                 

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   

                                                                                                                                   

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                                                                                                  

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                                

     

     

Individual Career History

Locke’s  Career Statistics 

  





     

 

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     

 

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     

   

  

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  

           

  

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     

  

  



  

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  

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  

  

     


Redshirt Sophomore

Center

6-8

280

Frisco, Texas

Frisco

2013-14 (Redshirt Freshman) Played in all 32 games to earn his first letter … Averaged 6.5 points and 5.3 rebounds per game off the bench … His 5.3 rebounds ranked second on the team … Scored in double figures nine times, including six of the last nine games of the season … Over the final seven games of the year, averaged 11.6 points and 7.4 rebounds per game … Scored a career-high 21 points against Elon (Feb. 19) as he was 7-of-14 from the field and 7-of-10 from the free throw line … Posted his first career double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds against Davidson (March 27) as he was 8-of-16 from the field … Scored 15 points in the Southern Conference Tournament against The Citadel (March 7), hitting 5-of-10 from the field and 5-of-5 from the free throw line … Added 13 points in the Spartans’ victory over Wofford (March 1), hitting 6-of-10 from the field … Grabbed double digit rebounds on four occasions, including a career-high 12 against Georgia Southern (Feb. 13) … Notched 16 blocked shots on the year, including three against Greensboro College (Nov. 20) and Appalachian State (Jan. 30) … Played a career-high 27 minutes at Georgia Southern (Feb. 13) … Hit 7-of-10 from the free throw line against Elon (Feb. 19) … Shot 62.3 percent from the charity stripe, including 19-of-24 (79.1%) in the final seven games … Led the team shooting 51.8 percent (85-of-164) from the field … Named the CRONS SoCon Freshman of the Week (March 3) after his play at Davidson and Wofford. 2013 Spain Trip Played in all four games on the Spain trip … Averaged 5.5 points and 7.3 rebounds per game on the trip … Second on the team with 29 rebounds in the four games … Posted a double-double against Aragon Select as he scored 14 points and grabbed 14 rebounds … Connected on 7-of-9 from the field against Aragon. 2012-13 (Freshman) Played in seven games before suffering a season-ending injury … Averaged 6.9 minutes per game off the bench … Scored a career-high six points in his final game against The Citadel (Dec. 1) as he was 2-of-3 from the field and 2-of-2 from the free throw line … Grabbed a career-high five rebounds and blocked two shots against NC A&T (Nov. 28). Prior to UNCG Four-year letterwinner at Frisco High School for coach Andy Steele … Two-time 4A District 9 Offensive Player of the Year … Two-time All-District honoree … Averaged 16.7 points and 9.4 rebounds per game … Led team to the second round of the state tournament … Played AAU basketball for the Dallas Mustangs and coaches Tony and Al Johnson. Personal Full name is Randy White … Son of Mel and Randy White… Born July 1, 1994 … Majoring in communication studies … His father, Randy White, played five seasons for the Dallas Mavericks while also spending time professionally playing overseas.


White’s Game-By-Game Statistics 2013-14 UNCG Men's Basketball UNCG Individual Game-by-Game (as of Mar 17, 2014) All games #34 WHITE, RJ

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                                

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                               

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                                

 

   

                                                                 

                                

                                

  

                                

                                



  

                                                                                                  









   



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

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                                

     

     

Individual Career History

White’s C areer Statistics 

  



  



  

 

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     

   

 

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     

  

     

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  

     

  





     

  

  

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  



  



  

  

     


Sophomore

Guard

6-6

205

Aberdeen, Md.

St. Frances Academy

2013-14 (Freshman) Played in 31 of 32 games as a true freshman, including 27 starts … Named the Southern Conference Freshman of the Year and to the SoCon All-Freshman Team … Averaged 12.5 points per game, second on the team … Finished 17th overall in the SoCon in scoring and first among all freshmen … Finished with 386 points on the year, which is the third highest single-season total for a freshman in UNCG history … Led the team with 40 steals while ranking second in blocks (14) ad rebounds (3.8) … His 40 steals ranked sixth in the league and led all freshmen … Led the team and was second in the SoCon with 145 free throws made, the second-highest total in UNCG single-season history … Recorded 216 free throw attempts, which also ranked second-highest in UNCG single-season history and second in the conference … Connected on 67.1 percent (145-of-216) from the charity stripe … Led the team with 89 assists, which ranked 11th in the conference and second among all league freshmen … Averaged 27.9 minutes per game … Scored in double figures 22 times on the year, including three games of 20-plus points … Scored a career-high 34 points in his second career game, accomplishing the feat against East Carolina (Nov. 12) … Connected on 10-of-15 from the field and 14-of-19 from the free throw line against the Pirates, both career-highs … Also grabbed eight rebounds and dished out five assists in a career-high 33 minutes … Scored 24 points against Chattanooga (Jan. 25) as he was 8-of-16 from the field and 8-of-11 from the free throw line … Added 20 points and a career-high seven assists against Davidson (Jan. 18) as he was 6-of-16 from the field but 8-of-8 from the free throw line … Five-time recipient of the CRONS Freshman of the Week award … Won his first weekly honor Nov. 19 after averaging 24.5, 6.0 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game against East Carolina and Chowan … Added his second honor Jan. 14, the first of three straight weeks to be honored, as he tied for team-high in scoring with 13 points in 29 minutes of action, helping the Spartans win their first game in Boone since 2011 … Also grabbed six rebounds, dished out three assists and notched two steals on the night … Notched his third weekly award Jan. 21 after averaging 14.5 points, 4.0 assists, 3.0 steals and 2.5 rebounds per game against The Citadel and Davidson … Turned in his third straight award Jan. 28 after averaging 18.5 points, 5.5 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game at Samford and Chattanooga … Rounded out his weekly honors Feb. 18 averaging 11.5 points, 6.0 rebounds and 3.5 assists per game against Georgia Southern and Western Carolina … Led the Spartans in scoring four times on the year and in rebounding twice. High School Two-year letterwinner at St. Frances Academy for coach Nick Myles ... Also played two seasons at Aberdeen ... Named the Maryland State Player of the Year and to the All-State team by the DMV Elite News his senior season ... Named the Baltimore Player of the Year by the Baltimore Sun ... Averaged 19.0 points, 7.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game for the Panthers who finished in first place in both the regular season MIAA A Conference and Baltimore Catholic League standings with a 33-6 record ... Two-time All-Baltimore Catholic League selection ... Averaged 15.0 points, 5.0 rebounds and 5.0 assists per game as a junior ... Earned Most Valuable Player honors at the Under Armour Brandon Jennings Invitational before his senior season and was named the Breakout Player of the Under Armour Grind Session event in Chicago prior to his junior season ... Rated the No. 71 guard/forward in the nation for the class of 2013 by ESPN. com and the ninth-best Maryland prospect overall. Personal Full name is Tevon V Saddler ... Born February 21, 1995 ... Son of Vanness and Andrea Sadler ... Has three siblings, Devon, Jayden and Amare ... Majoring in business administration.


Saddler’s Game-By-Game Statistics 2013-14 UNCG Men's Basketball UNCG Individual Game-by-Game (as of Mar 17, 2014) All games #00 SADDLER, Tevon

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                               

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                              

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                               

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                               

   

                               

                               

  

                                                               

                               

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  

                                                               

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

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                               

     

     

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 

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 

 



   

 



   

   

  

   



 

  

 

 



 



 



 





   



 



 

  

   


Sophomore

Guard

6-0

181

Greensboro, N.C.

Hihgh Point Christian

2013-14 (Freshman) Played in 30 games to earn his first letter … Made two starts on the year, against Georgia Southern (Feb. 13) and Western Carolina (Feb. 16) … Scored 104 points on the year, averaging 3.5 points per game … Averaged 5.7 points per game over the final seven games of the year … Connected on 36.2 percent (17-of-47) from three-point land on the year … Scored a career-high nine points against Chattanooga (Jan. 25) as he hit three field goals and two free throws … Also scored nine points against Chowan (Nov. 17), when he was 4-of-5 from the field while also dishing out a career-high five assists … Grabbed a career-best five rebounds on two occasions, against Chowan and NC State (Dec. 30) … Finished the season playing a career-high 24 minutes against The Citadel (March 7) and was a perfect 4-of-4 from the free throw line. 2013 Spain Trip Played in three of the four games on the trip, including one start against Aragon Select club team … Scored six points against Aragon Select as he was 4-of-4 from the free throw line … Dished out five assists and grabbed a pair of rebounds against Aragon. High School Played at High Point Christian for head coach Brandon Clifford … Helped the Cougars to a 55-9 record his last two years … Rated the No. 6 point guard in the state of North Carolina in the 2013 class by Basketball Elite and is the 24th rated overall played in the state by ESPN … Participated in Dave Telep’s Carolina Challenge and was named one of the top playmakers at the event … Averaged 10.2 points, 5.2 assists, 4.1 rebounds and 2.3 steals per game leading High Point Christian to a 25-7 record as a senior … He scored in double figures 17 times his senior season, including posting five double-doubles in points and assistså … Two-time All-NCISAA Piedmont selection and was named to the NCISAA All-State team his junior year when he led the Cougars to the conference championship with a 7-1 league record … Averaged 9.9 points, 5.3 assists, 4.5 rebounds and 2.1 steals per game as a junior while also posting 10 double-doubles in points and assists … Played AAU Basketball for the CP3 All-Stars. Personal Full name is Diante R. Baldwin … Born October 17, 1994 … Son of Stanley and Louise Baldwin … Has two siblings – De’Eric and Marquita … Majoring in business administration.


2013-14 UNCG Men's Basketball UNCG Individual Game-by-Game (as of Mar 17, 2014) All games

Baldwin’s Game-By-Game Statistics #03 BALDWIN, Diante

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                              





                                

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                              

 

                              

   

                              

                              

                              

  

                              

                              

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                              

  

                              

                              











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   

                                                                                                                           

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                                                                                            



                              

     

     

Individual Career History

Baldwin ’s Career Statistics 

 



 



 

 

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   

   

 

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   

  

   

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 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 



 



 



 

  

   


Sophomore

Guard

6-9

176

Connelly Springs, N.C.

East Burke

2013-14 (Freshman) Played in 11 games to earn his first letter … Scored 24 points off the bench in 49 minutes … Scored a career-high 12 points against Chowan (Nov. 17) … Connected on 4-of-6 from three-point land against Chowan … Finished the season shooting 40 percent (8-of-20) from long range. 2013 Spain Trip Played in three of the four games on the Spain trip … Averaged 6.3 points and 1.3 steals per game on the trip … Connected on 33.3 percent (5-of-15) from 3-point land … Scored 14 points against Aragon Select as he was 5-of-9 from the field, including four 3-pointers … Added five points against Catalunya Select. High School Four-year letterwinner at East Burke High School for coach Jon Hancock … Two-time Catawba Valley Conference Player of the Year … Named to the Associated Press AllState team as a senior and earned one of just five spots on the All-USA North Carolina Boys All-State team … Two-time North Carolina Basketball Coaches Association District 10 Player of the Year … Three-time All-Greater Hickory selection and a two-time News Herald Burke Country Player of the year … Rated as the No. 19 player in the state of North Carolina and the No. 126 shooting guard in the nation according to ESPN.com … Finished his career as East Burke’s all-time leading scorer in program history with 2,274 points … Averaged 26.6 points. 4.6 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 2.3 steals per game as a senior leading the Cavs to a 24-6 record … Led team tot eh CVAC 2A regular season title and the conference tournament championship game … Connected on 51 percent from the field and 43 percent from three-point land as a senior … Averaged 24.7 points per game, 5.0 rebounds and 5.0 assists as a junior when he led East Burke to a 20-8 record. Personal Full name is Claiborn Collins Byrd … Born September 23, 1994 … Son of Kerry and Angela Byrd … Has six sisters – Julia, Caroline, Emily, Ruby, Ellen and Elizabeth along with one brother, K.J. … Majoring in pre-kinesiology.


2013-14 UNCG Men's Basketball UNCG Individual Game-by-Game (as of Mar 17, 2014) All games

Byrd’s Game-B y-Game Statistics #11 BYRD, Clay

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           

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          

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

           

 

           

   

           

           

           

  

           

           



           

  

           

           









           

           

   

           

           

           





           



           



           

     

    

Individual Career History

Byrd’s C areer Statistics 

 



 



 

 

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   

 

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   

   

  

   



 

  

 

 



 



 

 

 

 

 



 

  

   


Sophomore

Forward

6-9

250

Groningen, Netherlands

Canaries Basketball Academy

2013-14 (Freshman) Played in 24 games to earn his first letter … Grabbed 24 rebounds on the year … Averaged 4.4 minutes per game … Grabbed a career-high three rebounds twice – Greensboro College (Nov. 20) and Samford (Jan. 23). 2013 Spain Trip Played in all four games, including one start against Aragon Select club team in Spain … Scored 12 points on the trip … Averaged 5.3 rebounds per game while playing 19.3 minutes per game … Grabbed at least five rebounds in all four games … Scored six points against Aragon Select. High School Played his senior year at the prestigious Canarias Basketball Academy in Spain … Native of Groningen, Netherlands … Left-handed post player averaged a team-high 16.0 points and 9.0 rebounds per game at the CBA … Very physical defender … Rated the ninth best international player at the National Prep School Invitational in Rhode Island in February of 2013 … Played high school basketball at N.H. Werkman College in Groningen, Netherlands prior to his final year at Canarias Basketball Academy … Ambassador for the Bas van de Goor Foundation, whose mission is to enhance the quality of life for people with diabetes through exercise and sport. … Uses his own experiences of being a basketball player with diabetes to show people that having diabetes does not have to mean you can’t chase and live your dreams. Personal Full name is Jordy Kuiper … Born June 2, 1995 … Son of Jan Kuiper and Ellis Merkelijn … Has one sister, Salina Kuiper … Undecided major.


2013-14 UNCG Men's Basketball UNCG Individual Game-by-Game (as of Mar 17, 2014) All games #32-B KUIPER, JordyStatistics Kuiper’s Game y-Game 

                        



                       





                        

 

                        

   

                        

                        

                        

  

                        

                        



                        

  

                        

                        













                                                 

   

                        

                        

                        

                        



                        



                        

 

    

Individual Career History

Kuiper’s Career Statistics 

 



 



 

 



   

 



   

   

  

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R-JUnior

Guard

6-1

185

Mebane, N.C.

Lees-McRae

2013-14 (Junior) Sat out the season due to transfer rules. Prior To UNCG Two-year letterwinner at Lees-McRae … Played in 52 games in his two years with 41 starts … Averaged 10.2 points as a sophomore while hitting 36.5 percent (31-of-85) from three-point land … Dished out 66 assists and tallied 39 steals in 2012-13 … Scored in double figures 15 times, including a season-high 20 points against Tusculum (1/2/13) … Played in 26 games as a freshman, including 25 starts … Averaged 10.2 points while dishing out 95 assists and recording 45 steals … Scored in double figures 15 times in 2011-12, including a career-high 20 points at Mt. Olive (1/14/12). High School Graduated from Oak Ridge Military Academy in Oak Ridge, N.C…Coached by Stan Kowaleski… Averaged 13 points and seven assists per game. Personal Born on Sep. 5, 1992 in Chapel Hill, N.C…Son of John and Marian Lamot…Has three brothers, John, Ali, and Hassan…Majoring in business administration.


R-JUnior

Forward

6-9

220

Alexandria, Va.

Loyola Marymoubnt

Prior To UNCG Spent the 2013-14 season at Loyola Marymount playing in 19 games, including 10 starts … Averaged 8.5 points and 3.6 rebounds per game for the Lions … Shot 53.4 percent (71-of-133) form the field and 65.5 percent (19-of-29) from the free throw line … Scored in double figures nine times, including a season-high 22 points against South Dakota State … Sat out the 201213 season at LMU due to NCAA transfer rules … Prior to LMU, spent the 2011-12 season at Binghamton where he earned America East All-Rookie accolades … Transferred to LMU after a coaching change … Averaged 13.5 points and 6.1 rebounds for the Bearcats … Posted three double-doubles on the year … Led team in scoring 15 times … His 405 points scored set the Binghamton freshman scoring record, while his 184 rebounds were second all-time for rookies … Led the America East in rebounding among all freshman and ranked eighth overall on the glass … Second in the league among freshmen in points scored and 11th overall … Scored a season-high 21 points and grabbed nine rebounds in his first America East Tournament game and followed with a 20-point effort in the America East quarterfinals. High School Standout at Gonzaga High School in Alexandria, Va., where he helped his team to a 25-7 record as a senior … Averaged 4.8 points and 5.0 rebounds on a loaded team … Played AAU Basketball for the East Coast Fusion. Personal Full name is Ben R. Dickinson … Born Jan. 23, 1993 … Son of Kathleen and Tim Dickinson, who both played collegiate volleyball at Niagara and Ball State, respectively … Has two siblings – Grant and Hunter … Majoring in English.


JUnior

Guard

6-3

200

Washington, D.C.

Longwood

Prior To UNCG Spent the 2013-14 season at Brunswick Community College, playing on five games before suffering an injury … Spent the 2012-13 season at Longwood … Played and started 17 games for the Lancers … Averaged 9.7 points and 3.6 assists per game for the Big South School … Scored in double figures eight times … Scored a career-high 21 points against Florida A&M (11/23/12) … Notched 19 points on two different occasions – against Cornell (11/24/12) and Coastal Carolina (1/5/13). High School Played at Middleburg Academy in Virginia … Earned Virginia Division II All-State First Team honors as a senior … Averaged 18.6 points, 7.9 assists, 4.2 rebounds and 3.2 steals per game … Led his team to a 26-5 overall record and a runner-up finish in the Division II State Championships … Averaged 22.3 points per game in the tournament to earn All-Tournament accolades … Named to the Washington Post All-Met Third Team as a senior when he led all Virginia High School players in assists … Ranked as the 13th player overall in the state of Virginia by ESPN … Named the Liberty District Player of the Year as a junior … Averaged 22.2 points, 5.1 rebounds, 4.6 assists and 2.5 steals per game. Personal Full name is Nikolas Skylar Brown … Born June 9, 1993 … Son of Sherri Brown … Has one sister, Kristen … Majoring in sociology.


Freshman

Guard/Forward

6-6

190

Richmond, Va.

Fork Union Military Academy

Prior To UNCG Spent last season at Fork Union Military Academy in Virginia, leading team in rebounding during prep season … Prior to prep school, spent three years playing at Henrico High School for coach Vance Harmon … Led the Warriors the 2013 Virginia AAA State Championship as a senior … Averaged 14.8 points and 10.3 rebounds per game as a senior … Named to the Capital District First Team and Central Region Second Team … Named Virginia Preps Third Team All-State … His 10.3 rebounds per game stands at the Henrico record for rebounding average in a season … Named to the 804 and ASSIST All-Star Game … Voted teams Most Improved Player in 2011 and 2013 … Played AAU Basketball for one of the top teams in the country, Team Loaded VA, helping them to a runner-up finish at the Adidas Invitational. Personal Full name is Marvin Smith Jr. … Son of Lisa Smith and Marvin Smith Jr. … Has five siblings – Ciarra Smith, La’Teesha Jones, Jamal Glass, Tyler Smith and Kaya Smith … Undecided major.


Freshman

Guard

6-3

180

Indianapolis, Ind.

Mt. Vernon

High School Four-year letterwinner at Mt. Vernon High School for head coach Travis Daugherty and former coach Steve Lynch … Missed a portion of his senior season due to an injury … Four-time All-County selection and three-time All-Conference honoree … Named to the All-State team twice in his career … Named a prestigious Indiana All-Star his junior season when he averaged 19.6 points 4.2 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game … Helped the Marauders post a 24-2 overall record and a sectional championship … Led the Marauders to the semi-state level of the playoffs with a 70-49 victory over Frankfort in the Indiana Class 3A playoffs … Scored a gamehigh 29 points to lead the Marauders to victory, helping his team to the first sectional title since 1991 … Played AAU Basketball for one of the top programs in the country, Spiece Indy Ice for coach LaSalle Thompson … Helped Spiece win the Adidas Invitational in July, posting a 6-0 record and winning the championship game by a 91-46 final over Team Loaded Virginia. Personal Full name is Clifton James Coleman … Born December 1, 1995 … Son of Vic and Shelly Coleman … Has three siblings – Olivia, Jordan and Alexis … Undecided major.


Freshman

Guard

6-5

185

Asheville, N.C.

Fishburne Military Academy

Prior To UNCG Spent last season at Fishburne Military School … Set the school-record for three-pointers made in a game with 11 and single-game scoring at 38 … Shoe 58 percent from long range in prep, making over 50 on the year … Helped Fishburne to a berth in the National Prep Championship Tournament with a 25-7 overall record and a final ranking of No. 3 … Played at Asheville High School for coach Sonita Warren-Dixon … Helped it win a pair of Mountain Athletic Conference (MAC) Championships … Named All-MAC Conference and Honorable Mention All-Region selection as a senior … Averaged 11.6 points, 7.2 rebounds and 3.0 blocks per game during his high school career, while shooting 53 percent from the field … Played AAU Basketball for NC Carolina Raptors Elite … Averaged 14 points and 6.0 rebounds per game while shooting 66 percent from three-point land. Personal Full name is Garrett Thomas Collins … Born December 31, 1994 … Son of Celeste and Carleton Collins … Has one sister, Kathleen … Undecided major.


Freshman

Center

6-11

220

Durham, N.C.

Christ School

High School Two-year letterwinner at Christ School in Asheville for head coach David Gaines … Helped his team to a 17-14 record as a senior and a second round appearance in the NCISAA Boys 3A playoffs … Averaged 4.5 points for Christ School as a junior, in his first season as a starter … Played AAU Basketball for Sixth Man AAU for coach Keith Richard and Team United for Ced Canty. Personal Full name is Lloyd James Burgess … Born December 14, 1994 … Son of James and Rogie Burgess … Majoring in kinesiology.


The Southern Conference - 2013-14 Review Davidson Chattanooga Wofford Elon Western Carolina UNCG Georgia Southern Samford Appalachian State Furman The Citadel

Confernece Overall W-L Pct. W-L Pct. Home Road Neutral 15-1 .938 20-13 .606 8-4 10-4 2-5 12-4 .750 18-15 .545 12-2 5-11 1-2 11-5 .688 20-13 .606 9-4 8-8 3-1 11-5 .688 18-14 .563 11-4 7-6 0-4 10-6 .625 19-15 .559 11-2 5-11 3-2 7-9 .438 14-18 .438 9-7 4-8 1-3 6-10 .375 15-19 .441 7-6 5-11 3-2 6-10 .375 13-20 .394 10-4 2-15 1-1 5-11 .313 9-21 .300 7-7 2-13 0-1 3-13 .188 9-21 .300 6-8 3-12 0-1 2-14 .125 7-26 .212 67.0 0-15 1-3

All-SoCon Honors - Coaches Selections All-Conference Team De’Mon Brooks, Davidson Lucas Troutman, Elon Stephen Croone, Furman Jelani Hewitt, Georgia Southern Kyle Cain, UNCG Tim Williams, Samford Casey Jones, Chattanooga Z. Mason, Chattanooga Trey Sumler, Western Carolina Karl Cochran, Wofford

All-Freshman Team Brian White, The Citadel Jack Gibbs, Davidson Tevon Saddler, UNCG Isaiah Williams, Samford Eric Garcia, Wofford

Player of the Year De’Mon Brooks, Sr., F, Davidson Defensive Player of the Year Z. Mason, Sr., F, Chattanooga Freshman of the Year Tevon Saddler, G, UNCG Coach of the Year Mike Young, Wofford

All-SoCon Honors - Media Selections All-Conference First Team De’Mon Brooks, Davidson Lucas Troutman, Elon Z. Mason, Chattanooga Trey Sumler, Western Carolina Karl Cochran, Wofford

All-Conference Third Team Tyler Kalinoski, Davidson Sebastian Koch, Elon Tre Bussey, Georgia Southern Casey Jones, Chattanooga Lee Skinner, Wofford

Malcolm U. Pitt Player of the Year De’Mon Brooks, Sr., F, Davidson

All-Conference Second Team Brian Sullivan, Davidson Stephen Croone, Furman Jelani Hewitt, Georgia Southern Kyle Cain, UNCG Tim Williams, Samford

All-Freshman Team Brian White, The Citadel William Gates Jr., Furman Tevon Saddler, UNCG Isaiah Williams, Samford Eric Garcia, Wofford

Anton Foy Coach of the Year Will Wade, Chattanooga

Freshman of the Year Isaiah Williams, G, Samford


2013-14 Season Stats 2013-14 UNCG Men's Basketball UNCG Season Box Score (as of Nov 25, 2014) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE ##

14 00 13 31 20 34 44 03 11 01 35 32 21 33

Player

CAIN, Kyle SADDLER, Tevon LOCKE, Kayel PAULOS, Nicholas POTTS, Jordan WHITE, RJ OUTLAW, Tyrone BALDWIN, Diante BYRD, Clay PARKER, Drew MITCHELL, Jamal KUIPER, Jordy ROBERTSON, Jordan MCNEELY, Tyler Team Total.......... Opponents......

Score by Periods UNCG Opponents

OVERALL 14-18 7-9 7-9

gp-gs

HOME 9-7 4-4 5-3

Total 3-Point min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

32-32 31-27 32-31 32-32 28-4 32-0 30-5 30-2 11-0 32-26 5-0 24-0 4-0 2-1

973 866 870 948 598 503 437 491 49 583 11 106 12 3

32 32

6450 6450

30.4 27.9 27.2 29.6 21.4 15.7 14.6 16.4 4.5 18.2 2.2 4.4 3.0 1.5

1st 1001 1154

201-422 120-304 132-285 93-222 53-129 85-164 57-138 40-81 8-20 18-57 0-1 1-9 0-3 0-0

OT 16 17

9-31 1-11 5-22 69-189 39-100 1-4 17-52 7-18 8-20 11-40 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

.290 .091 .227 .365 .390 .250 .327 .389 .400 .275 .000 .000 .000 .000

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

Totals 2267 2373

82-115 145-216 101-136 16-18 40-51 38-61 32-39 17-47 0-0 11-14 1-2 1-5 0-0 0-0

.713 .671 .743 .889 .784 .623 .821 .362 .000 .786 .500 .200 .000 .000

off

77 36 72 16 3 43 29 6 0 4 0 6 0 0 44 808-1835 .440 167-488 .342 484-704 .688 336 798-1822 .438 206-612 .337 571-812 .703 319

2nd 1250 1202

.476 .395 .463 .419 .411 .518 .413 .494 .400 .316 .000 .111 .000 .000

AWAY 4-8 3-5 1-3

NEUTRAL 1-3 0-0 1-3

Rebounds def tot avg

208 81 69 98 62 128 34 48 2 51 0 18 1 0 36 836 803

285 117 141 114 65 171 63 54 2 55 0 24 1 0 80 1172 1122

pf dq

a

to blk stl

pts

8.9 72 0 37 64 11 22 493 3.8 94 3 89 120 14 40 386 4.4 97 6 31 62 4 15 370 3.6 73 3 32 32 12 14 271 2.3 74 2 61 36 2 22 185 5.3 107 4 11 42 16 16 209 2.1 37 0 16 22 10 21 163 1.8 65 3 31 27 5 15 104 0.2 3 0 1 1 1 1 24 1.7 33 0 71 29 0 13 58 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 1.0 19 0 0 9 0 0 3 0.3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 36.6 681 21 380 447 75 180 2267 35.1 586 - 380 381 96 204 2373

avg

15.4 12.5 11.6 8.5 6.6 6.5 5.4 3.5 2.2 1.8 0.2 0.1 0.0 0.0 70.8 74.2


2013-14 Season Results 2013-14 UNCG Men's Basketball UNCG Season Schedule/Results & Leaders (as of Nov 25, 2014) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 14-18 7-9 7-9

Date 11/8/13

Opponent HIGH POINT

11/12/13 11/17/13 11/20/13 11/25/13 11/26/13

EAST CAROLINA CHOWAN GREENSBORO COLLEGE vs Louisiana Tech vs San Diego

11/27/13 12/3/13 12/07/13

vs Stetson PRESBYTERIAN at North Carolina

HOME 9-7 4-4 5-3 W

W W

AWAY 4-8 3-5 1-3 Score 82-74 84-85 97-58 92-62 62-99 71-83

W

75-68 66-87 50-81 75-70 72-89 78-65 51-59 55-52 64-68 51-72

L L

69-65 82-93 78-88 67-77

L L L

1720 (18)LOCKE, Kayel 702 (13)SADDLER, Tevon (13)PAULOS, Nicholas 2139 (21)LOCKE, Kayel 2740 (27)PAULOS, Nicholas 1525 (23)CAIN, Kyle 6648 (24)SADDLER, Tevon

W

66-61 62-64 66-72

L L

W

68-56 77-82 68-81 88-84 46-79 73-71 76-86

CLAFLIN at Rutgers JAMES MADISON at Wake Forest at Virginia Tech NC STATE *at Western Carolina

W

1/6/14 1/9/14

*FURMAN *at Appalachian State

W W

90-82 66-60

1/16/14 1/18/14 01/23/14 01/25/14

*THE CITADEL *DAVIDSON *at Samford *at Chattanooga

Wot

1/30/14 2/1/14 2/6/14

*APPALACHIAN STATE *GEORGIA SOUTHERN *at Elon

2/13/14 2/16/14 2/19/14 02/23/14 02/27/14 03/01/14 3/7/14

*at Georgia Southern *WCU *ELON *CHATTANOOGA *at Davidson *at Wofford vs The Citadel

W W

W W

* = Conference game Home Away Neutral Total

Games

16 12 4 32

Attend

49346 50891 3659 103896

L L

Att. High Points 5734 (21)CAIN, Kyle (21)LOCKE, Kayel 3217 (34)SADDLER, Tevon 1862 (17)CAIN, Kyle 2154 (23)CAIN, Kyle 233 (13)POTTS, Jordan 303 (21)CAIN, Kyle (21)CAIN, Kyle 1938 (22)PAULOS, Nicholas 15676 (13)CAIN, Kyle (13)LOCKE, Kayel 5424 (25)LOCKE, Kayel 4122 (18)CAIN, Kyle 1626 (21)PAULOS, Nicholas 8467 (16)CAIN, Kyle 4847 (18)CAIN, Kyle 5989 (19)LOCKE, Kayel 894 (17)CAIN, Kyle

12/11/13 12/14/13 12/18/13 12/21/13 12/28/13 12/30/13 01/02/14

Attendance Summary

L

NEUTRAL 1-3 0-0 1-3

Avg/Game

3084 4241 915 3247

L L

L L

Lot L L L

3230 (26)POTTS, Jordan 4485 (13)POTTS, Jordan 1361 (16)CAIN, Kyle (16)SADDLER, Tevon 1543 (17)OUTLAW, Tyrone 2466 (19)CAIN, Kyle 2385 (21)WHITE, RJ 2237 (24)CAIN, Kyle 3309 (16)WHITE, RJ 1797 (17)LOCKE, Kayel 3123 (18)CAIN, Kyle

High Rebounds (9)OUTLAW, Tyrone (9)LOCKE, Kayel (9)CAIN, Kyle (11)WHITE, RJ (14)CAIN, Kyle (5)SADDLER, Tevon (5)WHITE, RJ (5)CAIN, Kyle (11)CAIN, Kyle (11)CAIN, Kyle (8)CAIN, Kyle (9)CAIN, Kyle (8)CAIN, Kyle (7)CAIN, Kyle (15)CAIN, Kyle (10)CAIN, Kyle (8)CAIN, Kyle (7)OUTLAW, Tyrone (7)CAIN, Kyle (6)CAIN, Kyle (14)CAIN, Kyle (16)CAIN, Kyle (8)PAULOS, Nicholas (11)CAIN, Kyle (7)SADDLER, Tevon (7)PAULOS, Nicholas (15)CAIN, Kyle (8)CAIN, Kyle (10)WHITE, RJ (12)WHITE, RJ (12)CAIN, Kyle (9)WHITE, RJ (10)CAIN, Kyle (10)WHITE, RJ (8)CAIN, Kyle (7)LOCKE, Kayel


1996 Big South Tournament Championship & NCAA Tournament Appearance NCAA Tournament #7 Cincinnati 66, UNCG 61 1 2 F Cincinnati 37 29 66 UNCG 29 32 61 March 15, 1996 • Orlando, FL

UNCG - 61

Big South Tournament - UNCG 79, Libery 53 • UNCG secured its first-ever NCAA Division I Tournament appearance with a 7953 victory over hosting Liberty in the 1996 Big South Tournament Championship. • Scott Hartzell was named Big South Tournament Most Valuable Player as he scored 14 points in the final game to become the all-time leading scorer at UNCG. • UNCG held Liberty to 31 percent shooting in the second half and made 25-of33 free throws to cruise to the 26-point victory in front of 8,173 fans. • Eric Cuthrell was named to the Big South All-Tournament team after scoring 15 points while grabbing 13 rebounds. • The Spartans were awarded the 15th seed in the Southeast Regional and played second-seeded and No. 7 Cincinnati in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Orlando, Fla.

Name fg-a 3fg-a ft-a o-d-t pf pts a to b s m Skeet Woolard* 0-2 0-2 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 1 0 1 8 Jonathan Clifton* 4-6 0-0 0-2 5-1-6 3 8 0 2 2 1 20 Brian Brunson* 3-6 0-0 0-0 1-4-5 2 6 0 2 0 0 26 Scott Hartzell* 5-16 4-11 1-2 1-0-1 1 15 4 1 0 1 39 Derrick Nix* 2-7 2-5 0-0 1-1-2 2 6 5 4 0 1 36 Jeremy Davis 3-4 2-6 3-5 4-2-6 0 11 1 1 0 1 33 Eric Cuthrell 4-11 0-0 7-9 6-3-9 3 15 2 2 0 1 37 Gary Mearite 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 Dennis McCurdy -DNPTony Daughtry -DNPLarry Gilbert -DNPJustin Stewart -DNPDemetrius Cherry -DNPTeam 2-8-10 1 Totals 21-62 8-24 11-18 20-19-39 14 61 12 14 2 6 200 .339 .333 .611

Cincinnati - 66

Name fg-a 3fg-a ft-a o-d-t pf pts a to b s m Danny Fortson* 3-5 0-0 4-6 3-6-9 3 10 1 3 0 3 29 Keith Gregor* 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 3 0 0 0 0 1 13 Art Long* 5-13 0-0 0-5 5-7-12 2 10 0 0 1 2 34 Damon Flint* 5-11 2-6 6-6 1-2-3 2 18 7 2 2 2 40 Keith LeGree* 5-8 0-1 1-2 1-0-1 0 11 4 5 0 1 23 Darnell Burton 3-8 3-7 1-2 0-3-3 3 10 0 3 0 0 29 Melvin Levett 1-3 1-1 0-0 0-2-2 1 3 0 2 0 1 11 Jackson Julson 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 2 0 0 0 0 1 8 Terrence Davis 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 Bobby Brannen 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 1 2 1 0 0 0 5 Rodrick Monroe 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Ryan Fletcher -DNP- Team 1-3-4 1 Totals 24-51 6-16 12-21 13-25-38 17 66 13 16 3 11 200 .471 .375 .571 Officals: Bob Garibaldi, Richard Ridenho, Gerald Seibert Attendance: 16,894

UNCG battled No. 7-ranked Cincinnati to the wire in its first NCAA Division I Tournament appearance before falling 66-61. The Spartans, seeded No. 15 in the Southeast Regional, trailed by 14 points, 46-32, with 16:36 left in the second half. The Bearcats’ Darnell Burton hit a three-pointer for a 13-point edge, 61-48, with just 4:14 remaining in regulation. But UNCG (20-10) rallied on a 7-0 run triggered by Scott Hartzell’s trey at the 3:44 mark, and were within 61-55 with 1:20 to go. Eric Cuthrell’s free throw with 8.8 remaining pulled UNCG as close as it would get, 65-61. UNCG outrebounded the Bearcats 39-38 including 20-13 on the offensive boards. The Bearcats were Conference USA champions and Danny Fortson was Player of the Year in that league.


2001 SoCon Tournament Championship & NCAA Tournament Appearance NCAA Tournament Stanford 89, UNCG 60 1 2 F Stanford 48 41 89 UNCG 27 33 60 March 15, 2001 • San Diego, CA (Cox Arena) UNCG - 60

SoCon Tournament - UNCG 67, Chattanooga 66 • UNCG secured its first-ever Southern Conference Tournament championship and its second NCAA Division I NCAA Tournament appearance with a 67-66 victory over Chattanooga in Greenville, S.C. • David Schuck banked in the game-winning basket at the buzzer to send the Spartans to victory at the Bi-Lo Center. • Schuck and Courtney Eldridge were named to the All-SoCon Tournament First Team while Jay Joseph was named to the All-SoCon Tournament Second Team. • Schuck finished the game with 21 points and nine rebounds as he was 9-of-17 from the field. • Ronnie Taylor added 14 points while Joseph and Nathan Jameson each chipped in 10 points. • The Spartans were awarded the 16th seed and travelled to San Diego, Calif., against top-seeded Stanford in the first round.

UNCG vs. Stanford - NCAA First Round

Name fg-a 3fg-a ft-a o-d-t pf pts a to b s m Jay Joseph* 4-6 4-5 0-0 0-1-1 5 12 0 1 0 0 16 David Schuck* 6-13 0-1 4-6 3-5-8 4 16 0 2 1 2 36 Nathan Popp* 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 4 0 1 2 1 0 15 Nathan Jameson* 0-6 0-4 2-4 0-0-0 1 2 1 2 0 1 19 Courtney Eldridge* 4-8 1-2 4-6 2-2-4 3 13 4 6 0 0 37 Ronnie Taylor 6-10 1-1 2-2 1-0-1 2 15 3 4 0 1 35 Brian Fitzgerald 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Geoff Williams 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 1 0 0 1 0 1 11 Luke Boythe 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 2 0 0 3 0 1 6 Peter Tsampas 0-3 0-0 0-0 1-2-3 1 0 0 0 0 0 8 Sean McCarthy 1-3 0-0 0-2 1-5-6 3 2 0 1 1 1 14 Team 0-1-1 1 Totals 21-49 6-13 12-20 8-20-28 26 60 9 22 3 7 200 .429 .462 .600

Stanford - 89

Name fg-a 3fg-a ft-a o-d-t pf pts a to b s m Jarron Collins* 1-6 0-0 6-9 1-5-6 2 8 1 0 1 0 23 Ryan Mendez* 2-6 0-3 2-2 2-4-6 5 6 3 2 0 1 24 Jason Collins* 8-13 1-2 89 4-4-8 0 25 2 3 3 0 27 Michael McDonald* 3-5 2-3 0-0 0-1-1 2 8 2 2 0 2 24 Casey Jacobsen* 5-6 1-1 3-4 0-2-2 1 14 3 1 0 0 28 Kyle Logan 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 Teyo Johnson 2-4 1-1 3-4 0-4-4 4 8 1 2 0 1 20 Justin Davis 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 0 0 0 1 0 1 6 Julius Barnes 1-3 1-2 6-6 0-0-0 1 9 1 0 0 0 18 Tony Giovacchini 3-5 1-2 0-0 0-1-1 3 7 2 0 0 2 18 Matt Lottich 2-4 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 1 4 0 0 0 0 8 Team 0-0-0 Totals 27-53 7-15 28-34 9-24-33 19 89 15 12 4 8 200 .509 .467 .824 Officals: Jim Burr, Toney Means, Lawrence Britton Attendance: 10,442

Seven-foot center Jason Collins scored 20 of his game-high 25 points in the first half to held Stanford to an 89-60 win over UNCG in the First round of the NCAA West Regional. UNCG, which finished 19-12, was led by David Schuck’s 16 points, Ronnie Taylor’s 15, Courtney Eldridge’s 13 and Jay Joseph’s 12. Joseph’s dozen were all on three-pointers in the opening half. The Cardinal finished the first half on an 11-2 run to break the game open and lead 48-27 at intermission. Collins his six of nine shots from the floor and hit all seven free-throw attempts in the first 20 minutes of play. Stanford, the top seed in the Regional, improved to 29-2 on the season.


All-Time Letterwinners

AA

Matt Akinosho Morris Allen Derrell Armstong Paul Assinesi

2005-07 1979-80 2011-13 1981-83, 85

BB

John Baker 1982-83, 1984-85 Mike Baker 1979-81 Diante Baldwin 2013-Pres. Brandon Beck 2000-02 Brian Beckford 2004-05 Stace Bell 1992-94 Derrick Bernard 2005-06 Kendall Bethea 2010-13 Rodney Blackstock 2003-04 Tuck Blackstone 1985-86 Devin Boddie 2005-06 Elhanan Bone 2008-12 Sherman Bowden 1978-79 Anthony Boyd 1981-82 Luke Boyth 1998-03 Aaron Brackett 2010-12 Sam Brinson 1998-2000 Warren Bright 1993-94 Ray Bristow 2002-05 Pete Brown 2006-10 Brian Brunson 1992-96 Frazier Bryant 1985-87 Robert Bryant 1985-86 John Buckner 1984-87 Ronnie Burrell 2001-05 Clay Byrd 2013-Pres.

CC

Kyle Cain Marc Campbell Ralph Casstevens Aaron Chavis Demetrius Cherry DaNiko Clark Ray Clark Matt Clemens Landon Clement Dwon Clifton Jonathan Clifton Chris Cobb Brian Cole Chris Collins Harold Cone Tony Covington Gary Cox Warren Cunningham Eric Cuthrell

DD

Tony Daughtry Marvin Dawson Brandon Davis Jeremy Davis Robbie Dilmore Pete Dolan Mike Donhaiser Dan Durkee

EE

2013-14 2005-06 1978-79 1997-2000 1995-2000 1992-93 1978-79 1993-94 2007-09 2003-05 1992-96 1983-84 2009-13 1988-90 1985-86 1978-79 1989-93 1996-2000 1992-96

1993-97 1987-89 2009-1 1993-97 2009-11 1979-80 1979-80 1978-81

Michael Eade Damian Eargle Courtney Eldridge Verdell Ellis Brandon Evans Dustin Everette

FF

Pat Faber Mark Fink Brian Fitzgerald Chuck Fortney Greg Francis Brian Frazier

GG

Davor Galic Larry Gilbert Keith Grandberry Sean Gray Tony Green Josh Gross Todd Guttery

HH

Jason Hall Mike Hardiman Kevin Hargrave Danny Hargrove Scott Harper Chad Harris Scott Hartzell Cody Henegar Alyosius Henry Ray Henry Allen Heye Ricky Hickman Allan Hild Kyle Hines Taylor Hoffer Tony Hogans Steve Hoyme Kelvin Huggins Steve Hunter Kyle Hupfer Ricky Hurt

JJ

DeAngelo Jackson Ivan Jaklenec Nathan Jameson Matt Javit Dwayne Johnson Steve Johnson Tizzo Johnson Ernest Jones Robert Jones Tony Jones Jay Joseph

KK

Tim Kelly Mikko Koivisto Marty Kornegay Jordy Kuiper

1983-84 2008-09 1998-02 1986-89 2009-11 2004-06

1988-92 1981-82 2000-02 1990-94 1981-92 1991-92

2007-08 1994-98 1986-87 1985-87 1988-91 2001-05 1988-89

1990-92 2006-10 1986-87 2002-04 1980-81 1989-92 1992-96 2010-12 2010-12 1998-99 1987-88 2003-07 1985-87 2004-08 2010-13 1981-82 1981-83 1981-83 1987-91 1991-93 1979-81

2008-10 1995-96 1997-01 1996-98 2004-08 1990-94 2001-04 1981-82 1983-84 1984-85 2000-04

2004-05 2006-10 1989-93 2013-Pres.

LL

Keyford Langley Jelani Lawrence Marcous Lawson Rick Lloyd Kayel Locke Eugene Love Tooey Loy Chris Luessenhop David Lynch Del Lynch

MM

Mark Mansfield Mark Mason James Maye Sean McCarthy David McClenny Dennis McCurdy Tyler McNeely Kelvin McNeil Gary Mearite Steve Miller Steve Millis Hubert Mitchell Jamal Mitchell Mike Mitchell Joe Monroe Donald Moore Larry Moore Greg Morris Mike Murphy Greg Myrick

Bill Niemann Derrick Nix

NN OO

Kevin Oleksiak Daniel Oliver Don Olson Tyrone Outlaw

PP

Drew Parker Nicholas Paulos Kelcy Pegler Mike Petro Early Pickett Gary Pitt John Polchin Nathan Popp Jordan Potts William Powell Joseph Pryor

RR

Kyle Randall Chris Riser Chris Roberson Jordan Robertson Demetrius Robinson

SS

Tevon Saddler

1988-92 2003-04 1996-97 1982-85 2012-Pres. 1999-2000 1989-90 1980-81 1982-83 1987-88

1985-87 2002-03 1998-03 2000-04 2005-06 1995-98 2010-14 2012-13 1994-96 1978-79 1978-79 1979-83 2013-Pres. 2007-08 1983-85 2003-07 1978-79 1986-87 1984-85 1985-88

1985-86 1994-98

2004-08 2007-09 1983-84 2013-14

2010-14 2011-pres. 2003-04 1988-89 1984-86 1984-86 1984-85 2000-02 2012-14 1981-85 1996-98

2009-12 1987-88 1979-80 2013-14 2011-13

2013-14

Bob Salba Johnnie Sanders Todd Schayes David Schuck Scott Schultz Darrius Sellers 2007-08, Guy Shavers James Shealy Howard Shelton Ron Sheppard Kevin Shorter Everson Simmons Trevis Simpson Chris Sloan Darryl Smith Mike Smith Montel Smith Tony Smith Chuck Snipes Sean Spooner Mark Stafford Greg Stauffer Justin Stewart Yusuf Stewart Ben Stywall Thomas Sumpter Isaac Swindell

TT

Esker Tatum Ronnie Taylor John Thompson Bart Tooms Kendall Toney Ricardo Trevisan Peter Tsampas Randy Tuggle

VV

Korey Van Dussen

W

Eric Ward Jeff Watson Bryan Weatherford R.J. White David Whiteside David Williams Geoff Williams Greg Williams Robert Wilson Tony Wilson Bob Winfree Bill Winfrey Greg Vlazny Randy Woodard Skeet Woolard

YY

Kelly Yarborough Stewart York

1981-84 1981-85 1984-87 2000-02 1985-86 2009-11 1989-91 1984-85 1979-80 1985-89 1988-89 2005-07 2010-13 1979-83 1985-88 1979-80 2008-10 1988-92 1978-80 2008-09 1980-82 1988-90 1995-99 1989-93 2006-10 2012-13 2010-11

1979-83 2000-04 1982-84 2005-07 2006-10 1996-2000 2000-02 1978-80

2009-13

1989-90 1985-89 1989-91 2013-Pres. 1979-81 2010-13 1997-01 1991-95 1999-2000 2003-05 1983-84 1978-81 2005-07 1997-99 1992-96

2004-05 1987-88


Award Winners Kyle Hines

AP All-America Hon. Mention

2006-07

Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Kyle Hines

USBWA All-District District III District III District III

2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

NABC All-District District III District III

2012-13 2013-14

Trevis Simpson Kyle Cain

CoSIDA Academic All-America Nathan Jameson First Team 1999-2000 Nathan Jameson First Team 2000-01 First-Team All-Dixie 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

1968-69 1970-71 1972-73 1976-77 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88

First-Team All-Big South Conference Scott Hartzell Eric Cuthrell Eric Cuthrell

1994-95 1994-95 1995-96

First-Team All-Southern Conference Coaches’ Selections Demetrius Cherry Demetrius Cherry Courtney Eldridge Courtney Eldridge David Schuck Kyle Hines Ronnie Burrell Ricky Hickman Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Ben Stywall Trevis Simpson Trevis Simpson Kyle Cain First-Team All-Southern Conference Media Selections Demetrius Cherry Courtney Eldridge Courtney Eldridge Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Kyle Hines Ben Stywall Trevis Simpson Trevis Simpson

Kelvin Huggins John Baker Ron Sheppard Verdel Ellis

Second-Team All-Dixie Conference Dixie Dixie Dixie Dixie

David Schuck Ronnie Burrell Ricky Hickman Kyle Cain

2001-02 2004-05 2005-06 2013-14

Third-Team All-Southern Conference Media Selections James Maye James Maye Jay Joseph Ronnie Burrell Kyle Hines Ricky Hickman Derrell Armstong

2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2003-04 2004-05 2006-07 2011-12

Derrick Nix

1997-98 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2001-02 2004-05 2004-05 2005-06 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2009-10 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14

1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2009-10 2011-12 2012-13

1982-83 1984-95 1986-87 1987-88

Second Team All-Big South Conference Scott Hartzell Big South Brian Brunson Big South

1995-96 1995-96

Second Team All-Southern Conference Media Selections Demetrius Cherry

1997-98

Big South All-Rookie Team Big South

1994-95

Southern Conference All-Rookie Team Nathan Jameson James Maye Jay Joseph Kyle Hines David McClenny Ben Stywall Damian Eargle Kyle Randall Trevis Simpson Tevon Saddler

1997-98 1998-99 2000-01 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2013-14

SoCon Coaches Player of the Year Kyle Hines

2006-07

SoCon Media Player of the Year Malcolm U. Pitt Award Kyle Hines

2006-07

Big South Conference Rookie of the Year Scott Hartzell Derrick Nix Southern Conference Coaches Freshman Of The Year Jay Joseph Kyle Hines Tevon Saddler

2000-01 2004-05 2013-14

Southern Conference Media Freshman Of The Year Jay Joseph Kyle Hines

2000-01 2004-05

Dixie Conference Coach of the Year Jim Swiggert Bob McEvoy Bob McEvoy

1971-72 1986-87 1987-88

Southern Conference Media Coach Of The Year The Anton Foy Award Wes Miller

2011-12

All-Dixie Tournament First Team Dan Pipehoff Chris Roberson David Whiteside Robert Bryant Ron Sheppard Verdell Ellis

1971-72 1979-80 1979-80 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88

All-Big South Tournament First Team Derrick Nix Eric Cuthrell Eric Cuthrell Jeremy Davis Scott Hartzell

1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 1995-96 1995-96

1992-93 1994-95

All-SoCon Tournament First Team Courtney Eldridge David Schuck Kyle Hines Josh Gross Kyle Hines Kyle Hines

2000-01 2000-01 2004-05 2004-05 2005-06 2007-08

All-SoCon Tournament Second Team Derrick Nix Jay Joseph Courtney Eldridge James Maye Ricky Hickman Kyle Hines Ben Stywall Trevis Simpson

1997-98 2000-01 2001-02 2001-02 2004-05 2006-07 2009-10 2011-12

Big South Conference Tournament MVP Big South

1995-96

Big South All-Academic Team Big South

1996-97

Scott Hartzell Matt Javit

Big South Players of the Week Scott Hartzell Eric Cuthrell Scott Hartzell

Jan. 15, 1995 Feb. 26, 1995 Jan. 29, 1996

Southern Conference Player Of The Week Demetrius Cherry Week 10, 1997-98 Demetrius Cherry Week 4, 1999-2000 Courtney Eldridge Week 2, 2000-01 Jay Joseph Week 8, 2000-01 Nathan Jameson Week 11, 2000-01 James Maye Week 6, 2001-02 David Schuck Week 11, 2001-02 Courtney Eldridge Week 12, 2001-02 Ronnie Burrell Week 11, 2003-04 Kyle Hines Week 3, 2004-05 Ricky Hickman Dec. 13, 2005 Ricky Hickman Dec. 12, 2007 Kyle Hines Jan. 23, 2007 Ricky Hickman Jan. 30, 2007 Kyle Hines Nov. 19, 2007 Kendall Toney Nov. 26, 2007 Kyle Hines March 3, 2008 Derrell Armstorng Jan. 24, 2012 Derrell Armstrong Jan. 31, 2012 Trevis Simpson Feb. 14, 2012 Trevis Simpson Jan. 28, 2013 Southern Conference Freshman of the Week Tevon Saddler Nov. 19, Tevon Saddler Jan. 14, Tevon Saddler Jan. 21, Tevon Saddler Jan. 28, Tevon Saddler Feb. 18, R.J. White March 3,

2013 2014 2014 2014 2014 2014

Big South Rookies Of The Week Scott Hartzell Scott Hartzell Skeet Woolard Stace Bell Scott Hartzell David Jackson Derrick Nix Derrick Nix Derrick Nix

1992 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1994 1995 1995

Dec. 1, Jan. 4, Jan. 18, Jan. 24, Feb. 9, Feb. 23, Dec. 5, Feb. 12, Feb. 26,


Record Book CAREER RECORDS SCORING 1. Kyle Hines (2005-08)...................................2147 2. Jay Joseph (2001-04)..................................1646 3. James Maye (1999-2003)............................1574 4. Ricky Hickman (2004-07).............................1544 5. Scott Hartzell (1993-96)..............................1539 6. Yusuf Stewart (1990-93)..............................1514 7. Trevis Simpson (2010-13)............................1409 8. Bruce Shaw (1969-73).................................1401 9. Courtney Eldridge (1999-2002)....................1329 10. Ron Sheppard (1986-89)............................1321 11. Ben Stywall (2007-10).................................1245 12. Mikko Koivisto (2007-10).............................1178 13. Derrick Nix (1995-98)..................................1135 14. Ronnie Burrell (2002-06).............................1088 15. Brian Brunson (1993-96).............................1076 16. Mark Bullock (1975-78)...............................1072 17. Kevin Oleksiak (2004-08).............................1015 18. Nathan Jameson (1998-2001)......................1038 19. Demetrius Cherry (1996-2000).....................1004 20. Eric Cuthrell (1993-96)................................. 983 CAREER REBOUNDS 1. Kyle Hines (2005-08)...................................1047 2. Ben Stywall (2007-10).................................. 961 3. Bruce Shaw (1969-72).................................. 933 4. Eric Cuthrell (1993-96)................................. 859 5. Demetrius Cherry (1996-00)......................... 722 6. James Maye (1999-03)................................. 649 7. Ronnie Burrell (2002-05).............................. 576 8. Brian Brunson (1993-96).............................. 531 9. Jonathan Clifton (1993-96)........................... 530 10. Hubert Mitchell (1980-83)............................. 493 11. Jay Joseph (2001-04)................................... 474 12. Verdel Ellis (1987-89)................................... 470 13. David Schuck (2001-02)............................... 466 14. Larry Gilbert (1996-99)................................. 449 15. Yusuf Stewart (1990-93)............................... 447 16. Kelvin Huggins (1982-83)............................. 438 17. Josh Gross (2002-05)................................... 431 18. Ron Sheppard (1986-89).............................. 423 19. Steve Hunter (1988-91)................................ 381 20. Rick Lloyd (1983-85).................................... 379 Games Played 1. Drew Parker (2010-14.................................. 126 2. Ben Stywall (2007-10).................................. 122 Kendall Toney (2007-10)............................... 122 4. Pete Brown (2007-10).................................. 121 5. Kyle Hines (2005-08).................................... 120 6. Kevin Oleksiak (2005-08).............................. 119 Jay Joseph (2001-04)................................... 119 James Maye (1999-2003)............................. 119 9. Mikko Koivisto (2007-10).............................. 118 Dwayne Johnson (2005-08).......................... 118 11. Ricky Hickman (2004-07)............................. 116 Courtney Eldridge (1999-2002)..................... 116 13. Luke Boythe (1999-2003)............................ 114 14. Korey Van Dussen (2009-13)........................ 113 Jeremy Davis (1994-97)................................ 113 Eric Cuthrell (1993-96)................................. 113 Scott Hartzell (1993-96)............................... 113 Brian Brunson (1992-96).............................. 113 19. Larry Gilbert (1995-98)................................. 112

Tony Daughtry (1994-97)............................. 112 Field Goals 1. Kyle Hines (2005-08).................................... 882 2. Jay Joseph (2001-04)................................... 596 3. James Maye (1999-2003)............................. 558 4. Ron Sheppard (1986-89).............................. 549 5. Yusuf Stewart (1990-93)............................... 520 6. Trevis Simspon (2010-13.............................. 488 7. Ricky Hickman (2004-07).............................. 483 8. Scott Hartzell (1993-96)............................... 470 9. Courtney Eldridge (1999-2002)..................... 441 10. Ben Stywall (2007-10)................................. 439 FIELD GOALS (DIVISION I ERA) 1. Kyle Hines (2005-08).................................... 882 2. Jay Joseph (2001-04)................................... 596 3. James Maye (1999-2003)............................. 558 4. Trevis Simspon (2010-13.............................. 488 5. Ricky Hickman (2004-07).............................. 483 6. Scott Hartzell (1993-96)............................... 470 7. Courtney Eldridge (1999-2002)..................... 441 8. Ben Stywall (2007-10).................................. 439 9. Brian Brunson (1993-96).............................. 430 10. Demetrius Cherry (1996-2000)..................... 410 Field Goal Attempts 1. Kyle Hines (2005-08)...................................1509 2. Jay Joseph (2001-04)..................................1335 3. James Maye (1999-2003)............................1268 4. Trevis Simspon (2010-13.............................1213 5. Ricky Hickman (2003-07).............................1211 6. Yusuf Stewart (1990-93)..............................1199 7. Scott Hartzell (1993-96)..............................1061 8. Ron Sheppard (1986-89).............................1043 9. Derrick Nix (1995-98)..................................1016 10. Courtney Eldridge (1999-2002)...................1007 FIELD GOAL ATT. (DIVISION I ERA) 1. Kyle Hines (2005-08)...................................1509 2. Jay Joseph (2001-04)..................................1335 3. James Maye (1999-2003)............................1268 4. Trevis Simspon (2010-13.............................1213 5. Ricky Hickman (2004-07).............................1211 6. Scott Hartzell (1993-96)..............................1061 7. Derrick Nix (1995-98)..................................1016 8. Courtney Eldridge (1999-2002)....................1007 9. Mikko Koivisto (2007-10).............................. 936 10. Brian Brunson (1993-96)............................. 907 Ben Stywall (2007-10).................................. 907

2. Eric Cuthrell (1993-96)................ 3. Luke Boythe (1999-2003)............ 4. Jonathan Clifton (1993-96).......... 5. Marty Kornegay (1990-93)........... 6. Ronnie Burrell (2002-05)............. 7. Demetrius Cherry (1996-2000).....

.571 .569 .555 .523 .513 .513

(368-645) (182-320) (276-497) (146-279) (389-758) (410-800)

3-pt. field goals 1. Scott Hartzell (1993-96)............................... 309 2. Mikko Koivisto (2007-10).............................. 263 3. Jay Joseph (2001-04)................................... 261 4. Kendall Toney (2007-10)............................... 202 5. Nathan Jameson (1998-2001)....................... 188 6. Derrick Nix (1995-98)................................... 166 7. Ricky Hickman (2004-07).............................. 163 8. Kendall Toney (2006 -10)............................. 155 9. Trevis Simpson (2010-13)............................. 154 Skeet Woolard (1993-96).............................. 154 3-PT FIELD GOALS (DIVISION I ERA) 1. Scott Hartzell (1993-96)............................... 309 2. Mikko Koivisto (2007-10).............................. 263 3. Jay Joseph (2001-04)................................... 261 4. Kendall Toney (2007-10)............................... 202 5. Nathan Jameson (1998-2001)....................... 188 6. Nicholas Paulos (2011-present)..................... 171 7. Derrick Nix (1995-98)................................... 166 8. Ricky Hickman (2004-07).............................. 163 9. Kendall Toney (2006 -10).............................. 155 10. Trevis Simpson (2010-13)............................ 154 Skeet Woolard (1993-96).............................. 154 3-pt. attempts 1. Mikko Koivisto (2007-10).............................. 705 2. Scott Hartzell (1993-96)............................... 704 3. Jay Joseph (2001-04)................................... 665 4. Kendall Toney (2007-10)............................... 573 5. Ricky Hickman (2004-07).............................. 557 6. Trevis Simpson (2010-13)............................. 466 7. Derrick Nix (1995-98)................................... 464 8. Nicholas Paulos (2011-present)..................... 456 9. Nathan Jameson (1998-2001)....................... 454 10. Kevin Oleksiak (2005-08)............................. 452 3-PT. ATTEMPTS (DIVISION I ERA) 1. Mikko Koivisto (2007-10).............................. 705 2. Scott Hartzell (1993-96)............................... 704 3. Jay Joseph (2001-04)................................... 665 4. Kendall Toney (2007-10)............................... 573 5. Ricky Hickman (2004-07).............................. 557 6. Trevis Simpson (2010-13)............................. 466 7. Derrick Nix (1995-98)................................... 464 8. Nicholas Paulos (2011-present)..................... 456 9. Nathan Jameson (1998-2001)....................... 454 10. Kevin Oleksiak (2005-08)............................. 452

Field Goal PCT. (min. 250 attempts) 1. Verdel Ellis (1987-89)................. .641 (305-476) 2. David Whiteside (1980-81).......... .623 (321-515) 3. Steve Hunter (1988-91)............... .607 (316-521) 4. Kyle Hines (2005-08)................. .584 (882-1509) 5. Marvin Dawson (1988-89)............ .580 (319-550) 6. Eric Cuthrell (1993-96)................ .571 (368-645) 7. Luke Boythe (1999-2003)............ .569 (182-320) 8. Robert Bryant (1985-86).............. .561 (275-490) 9. Esker Tatum (1981-84)................ .556 (389-695) 10. Jonathan Clifton (1993-96).......... .555 (276-497)

3-PT. PCT. (min. 100 att.) 1. Keyford Langley (1989-92)........... .467 (100-214) 2. Scott Hartzell (1993-96).............. .439 (309-704) 3. Nathan Jameson (1998-2001)....... .414 (188-454) 4. Tony Daughtry (1994-97).............. .407 (87-214) 5. Jay Joseph (2001-04).................. .392 (187-465)

FG PCT. (min. 250 att., DIVISION I ERA) 1. Kyle Hines (2005-08)................. .584 (882-1509)

3-PT. PCT. (min. 100 att. - DIV. I ERA) 1. Scott Hartzell (1993-96)............... .439 (309-704)


Record Book 2. Keyford Langley (1989-92)...............432 (48-111) 3, Nathan Jameson (1997-2001)....... .414 (188-454) 4. Tony Daughtry (1994-97)................407 (87-214) 5. Jay Joseph (2001-04)....................392 (187-465) Free Throws 1. Kyle Hines (2005-08).................................... 419 2. Ricky Hickman (2004-07).............................. 415 3. Courtney Eldridge (1999-2002)..................... 395 4. Ben Stywall (2007-10).................................. 350 5. Yusuf Stewart (1990-93)............................... 341 6. James Maye (1999-2003)............................. 311 7. Ronnie Burrell (2002-05).............................. 302 8. Scott Hartzell (1993-96)............................... 290 9. David Schuck (2001-02)............................... 289 10. Trevis Simpson (2010-13)............................. 279 Free Throw Attempts 1. Kyle Hines (2005-08).................................... 715 2. Ricky Hickman (2004-07).............................. 596 3. Ben Stywall (2007-10).................................. 549 4. Courtney Eldridge (1999-2002)..................... 544 5. Yusuf Stewart (1990-93)............................... 481 6. Eric Cuthrell (1993-96)................................. 430 7. James Maye (1999-2003)............................. 408 8. Ron Sheppard (1986-89).............................. 406 9. Ronnie Burrell (2002-05).............................. 380 10. Trevis Simpson (2010-13)............................. 368 FT PCT (min. 150 attempts) 1. David Whiteside (1980-81).......... .860 2. Mikko Koivisto (2007-10)........... .8564 3. Nathan Jameson (1998-2001)..... .8560 4. Scott Hartzell (1993-96).............. .855 5. David Schuck (2001-02).............. .800 6. Ronnie Burrell (2002-05)............. .795 7. Jay Joseph (2001-2004).............. .785 8. Kyle Randall (2009-12)................ ..773 9. Brandon Evans (2009-11)............. .767 Korey Van Dussen (2009-13)......... .767

(202-235) (185-216) (214-250) (290-339) (289-361) (302-380) (193-246) (150-194) (191-249) (125-163)

FT PERCENTAGE (DIVISION I ERA) 1. Mikko Koivisto (2007-10)........... .8564 (185-216) 2. Nathan Jameson (1998-2001)..... .8560 (214-250) 3. Scott Hartzell (1993-96)................855 (290-339) 4. David Schuck (2001-02)................800 (289-361) 5. Ronnie Burrell (2002-05)............. .795 (302-380) 6. Jay Joseph (2001-2004)............... .785 (193-246) 7. Kyle Randall (2010-12).................. .773(150-194) 8. Brandon Evans (2009-11)............. .767 (191-249) Korey Van Dussen (2009-13)......... .767 (125-163) 10. Kevin Oleksiak (2005-08)............ .765 (221-289) Steals (SINCE 1986-87) 1. Ricky Hickman (2003-07).............................. 236 2. Courtney Eldridge (1999-2002)..................... 226 3. Kyle Hines (2005-08).................................... 185 4. Ron Sheppard (1986-89) *........................... 152 5. Ben Stywall (2007-10).................................. 141 6. Keyford Langley (1989-92)............................ 140 7. Jay Joseph (2001-2004)............................... 139 8. Kevin Oleksiak (2005-08)............................... 131 Derrick Nix (1994-97).................................... 131 10. Eric Cuthrell (1993-96).................................. 127 *denotes incomplete total

Assists (since 1980-81) 1. Courtney Eldridge (1999-2002)..................... 584 2. Scott Hartzell (1993-96)............................... 552 3. Dwayne Johnson (2005-08).......................... 427 4. Derrick Nix (1994-97)................................... 421 5. William Powell (1983-86).............................. 414 6. Ronnie Taylor (2001-04)............................... 332 7. Ricky Hickman (2004-07).............................. 273 8. Keyford Langley (1989-92)............................ 267 9. Greg Myrick (1986-88) *............................... 262 10. Kevin Oleksiak (2005-08).............................. 233

3. Tevon Saddler (2013-14).............................. 386 SOPHOMORE 1. Kyle Hines (2005-06).................................... 578 2. Trevis Simpson (2011-12)............................. 550 3. Yusuf Stewart (1990-91)............................... 539 JUNIOR 1. Kyle Hines (2006-07).................................... 605 2. Trevis Simpson (2012-13)............................. 541 3. Ricky Hickman (2005-06).............................. 524

*denotes incomplete total

Blocks (SINCE 1988-89) 1. Kyle Hines (2005-08).................................... 349 2. Eric Cuthrell (1993-96)................................. 183 3. Jonathan Clifton (1993-96)........................... 122 4. Pete Brown (2007-10).................................... 83 5. Larry Gilbert (1996-99)................................... 81 6. Ronnie Burrell (2002-05)................................ 77 7. Ben Stywall (2007-10).................................... 75 8. Sam Brinson (1999-2000)............................... 71 9. David Schuck (2001-02)................................. 70 10. Josh Gross (2002-05)..................................... 67 SCORING AVERAGE (SINCE 1979-80) 1. Kyle Hines (2005-08)..................................18.23 2. Trevis Simpson (2010-13)...........................16.40 3. Yusuf Stewart (1990-93).............................14.02 4. David Schuck (2001-02).............................13.94 5. Jay Joseph (2001-04).................................13.83 6. Yusuf Stewart (1990-92).............................13.72 7. Scott Hartzell (1993-96).............................13.62 8. Ricky Hickman (2004-07)............................13.31 9. James Maye (1999-2003)...........................13.23 10. Ron Sheppard (1986-89)...........................12.70 NOTE: Min. 75 games played

Individual Season Records Points 1. Robert Bryant (1985-86)............................... 657 2. Kyle Hines (2006-07).................................... 605 3. Kyle Hines (2007-08).................................... 596 4. Kyle Hines (2005-06).................................... 578 5. Trevis Simpson (2011-12)............................. 550 6. Marvin Dawson (1988-89)............................. 547 7. Trevis Simpson (2012-13)............................. 541 8. Yusuf Stewart (1990-91)............................... 539 9. Ricky Hickman (2005-06).............................. 524 10. Frazier Bryant (1986-87).............................. 511 11. David Whiteside (1979-80).......................... 498 12. Kyle Cain (2013-14)..................................... 493 13. Joe Monroe (1983-84).................................. 483 14. Jay Joseph (2003-04)................................... 477 15. James Maye (2002-03)................................. 474 16. Scott Hartzell (1994-95)............................... 456 17. Courtney Eldridge (2000-01)......................... 453 18. Ronnie Burrell (2004-05).............................. 451 19. David Schuck (2000-01)............................... 449 20. Ron Sheppard (1987-88).............................. 446

SENIOR 1. Robert Bryant (1986-87)............................... 657 2. Kyle Hines (2007-08).................................... 596 3. Marvin Dawson (1988-89)............................. 547 Points Per Game 1. Robert Bryant (1985-86)...............................24.3 2. Kyle Hines (2006-07)................................... 20.9 3. Yusuf Stewart (1990-91)...............................20.7 4. Marvin Dawson (1988-89)............................ 20.3 5. Kyle Hines (2005-06)................................... 19.3 6. Kyle Hines (2007-08)................................... 19.2 7. Trevis Simpson (2012-13).............................18.7 Ricky Hickman (2005-06)..............................18.7 9. Joe Monroe (1983-84)................................. 18.6 10. Frazier Bryant (1986-87)............................. 18.3 Trevis Simpson (2011-12)............................ 18.3 Rebounds 1. Ben Stywall (2009-10).................................. 323 2. Kyle Cain (2013-14)..................................... 285 3. Eric Cuthrell (1994-95)................................. 284 4. Kyle Hines (2007-08).................................... 281 5. Eric Cuthrell (1995-96)................................. 276 6. Demetrius Cherry (1999-00)......................... 262 7. Kyle Hines (2006-07).................................... 260 8. Kyle Hines (2004-05).................................... 259 9. Bruce Shaw (1972-73).................................. 258 10. David Schuck (2000-01).............................. 258 11. Ben Stywall (2008-09).................................. 251 12. Verdel Ellis (1987-88)................................... 248 13. Kyle Hines (2005-06).................................... 247 14. Kelvin Huggins (1982-83)............................. 226 15. Ronnie Burrell (2004-05).............................. 225 16. Demetrius Cherry (1997-98)......................... 214 17. Kelvin Huggins (1981-82)............................. 212 18. David Schuck (2001-02)............................... 208 19. Marvin Dawson (1988-89)............................. 206 20. Hubert Mitchell (1982-83)............................. 206

RECORDS BY CLASS

Field Goals 1. Robert Bryant (1985-86)............................... 275 2. Kyle Hines (2005-06).................................... 239 3. Kyle Hines (2007-08).................................... 235 4. Kyle Hines (2006-07).................................... 233 5. Frazier Bryant (1986-87)............................... 226 6. Marvin Dawson (1988-89)............................. 220 7. Joe Monroe (1983-84).................................. 216 8. Kyle Cain (2013-14)..................................... 201 9. Yusuf Stewart (1990-91)............................... 195 10. David Whiteside (1979-80).......................... 189

FRESHMAN 1. Jay Joseph (2000-01)................................... 412 2. Kyle Hines (2004-05).................................... 408

Field Goal Attempts 1. Robert Bryant (1985-86)............................... 490


Record Book 2. Trevis Simpson (2011-12)............................. 486 3. Trevis Simpson (2012-13)............................. 461 4. Frazier Bryant (1986-87)............................... 452 5. Kyle Hines (2007-08).................................... 423 6. Kyle Cain (2013-14)..................................... 422 7. Kyle Hines (2006-07).................................... 420 8. Joe Monroe (1983-84).................................. 412 9. Yusuf Stewart (1990-91)............................... 406 10. Ricky Hickman (2005-06)............................. 404 Field Goal Percentage (min. 100 attempts) 1. Steve Hunter (1988-89).................694 (111-160) 2. David Whiteside (1979-80)........... .668 (189-283) 3. Verdel Ellis (1987-88)....................661 (181-274) 4. Jonathan Clifton (1995-96)..............634 (78-123) 5. John Baker (1984-85)....................628 (162-258) 6. Luke Boythe (2001-02)....................624 (83-133) 7. Kyle Hines (2005-06)................... .622 (239-384) 8. Kyle Hines (2004-05)................... .621 (175-282) 9. Eric Cuthrell (1993-94)....................613 (95-155) 10. Steve Hunter (1989-90)................. .605 (92-152) 3-Pt. Field Goals 1. Scott Hartzell (1994-95)................................. 93 2. Mikko Koivisto (2007-08)................................ 80 3. Scott Hartzell (1995-96)................................. 76 4. Mikko Koivisto (2008-09)................................ 74 5. Jay Joseph (2003-04)..................................... 74 6. Scott Hartzell (1992-93)................................. 73 7. Jay Joseph (2002-03)..................................... 70 8. Nicholas Paulos (2013-14).............................. 69 9. Scott Hartzell (1993-94)................................. 67 10. Trevis Simpson (2012-13).............................. 64 Tony Daughtry (1996-97)............................... 64 3-Pt. Field Goal Attempts 1. Scott Hartzell (1994-95)............................... 212 2. Mikko Koivisto (2008-09).............................. 208 3. Jay Joseph (2003-04)................................... 200 4. Trevis Simpson (2011-12)............................. 196 5. Nicholas Paulos (2013-14)............................ 189 6. Trevis Simpson (2012-13)............................. 188 7. Jay Joseph (2002-03)................................... 185 8. Ricky Hickman (2005-06).............................. 183 9. Mikko Koivisto (2007-08).............................. 176 10. Scott Hartzell (1995-96).............................. 174 3-Pt. Percentage (min. 50 attempts) 1. Drew Parker (2011-12)................... .476 (40-84) 2. Tony Daughtry (1996-97)................471 (64-136) Nathan Jameson (1998-99)..............471 (56-119) 4. Keyford Langley (1989-90).............. .463 (26-57) 5. Scott Hartzell (1992-93)..................456 (73-160) 6. Mikko Koivisto (2007-08)............... .455 (80-176) 7. Justin Stewart (1997-98)................. .455 (30-66) 8. Scott Hartzell (1994-95)..................439 (93-212) 9. Scott Hartzell (1995-96)..................437 (76-174) 10. Kendall Toney (2006-07)............... .435 (50-115) Free Throws 1. David Schuck (2001-02)............................... 156 2. Tevon Saddler (2013-14).............................. 145 3. Kyle Hines (2006-07).................................... 138 4. Courtney Eldridge (2000-01)......................... 136 5. David Schuck (2000-01)............................... 133

6. Ronnie Burrell (2004-05).............................. 129 7. Ricky Hickman (2006-07).............................. 127 8. Ricky Hickman (2004-05).............................. 127 9. Kyle Hines (2007-08).................................... 125 10. Ricky Hickman (2005-06)............................. 122 Free Throw Attempts 1. Kyle Hines (2006-07).................................... 230 2. Tevon Saddler (2013-14).............................. 216 3. Kyle Hines (2007-08).................................... 199 4. David Schuck (2001-02)............................... 194 5. Ricky Hickman (2004-05).............................. 187 6. Courtney Eldridge (2000-01)......................... 184 7. Ben Stywall (2009-10).................................. 180 8. Ricky Hickman (2006-07).............................. 179 9. Ricky Hickman (2005-06).............................. 179 10. Kyle Hines (2005-06)................................... 178 Free Throw Percentage (min. 50 attempts) 1. David Whiteside (1979-80)....... .909 (120-132)^ 2. Scott Hartzell (1994-95)................ .898 (97-108) 3. Nathan Jameson (2000-01)............. .895 (77-86) 4. Mikko Koivisto (2008-09)................ .890 (65-73) 5. Scott Hartzell (1992-93)................. .889 (72-81) 6. Chris Collins (1989-90)................... .850 (68-80) 7. Jay Joseph (2003-04).................... .839 (73-87) 8. Scott Hartzell (1995-96)................. .823 (65-79) 9. Marvin Dawson (1988-89)............ .817 (107-131) 10. Greg Williams (1992-93)................. .817 (49-60) ^ led NCAA Division III

Assists 1. Courtney Eldridge (2001-02)......................... 182 2. Courtney Eldridge (2000-01)......................... 179 3. William Powell (1984-85).............................. 159 4. Greg Myrick (1986-87).................................. 158 5. Scott Hartzell (1995-96)............................... 149 6. Scott Hartzell (1994-95)............................... 148 7. Scott Hartzell (1993-94)............................... 145 8. Courtney Eldridge (1999-2000)..................... 142 9. Ronnie Taylor (2003-04)............................... 139 10. Derrick Nix (1996-97)................................... 134 Steals 1. Courtney Eldridge (2000-01)........................... 82 2. Ricky Hickman (2004-05)................................ 79 3. Courtney Eldridge (2001-02)........................... 78 4. Ricky Hickman (2005-06)................................ 77 5. Ron Sheppard (1986-87)................................ 77 6. Ron Sheppard (1988-89)................................ 75 7. Eric Cuthrell (1994-95)................................... 63 8. Kyle Hines (2007-08)...................................... 56 9. Ricky Hickman (2006-07)................................ 51 10. Kyle Hines (2005-06)...................................... 51 Blocks 1. Kyle Hines (2004-05).................................... 106 2. Kyle Hines (2007-08)...................................... 95 3. Kyle Hines (2005-06)...................................... 84 4. Eric Cuthrell (1994-95)................................... 68 5. Kyle Hines (2006-07)...................................... 64 6. Damian Eargle (2008-09)................................ 57 7. Jonathan Clifton (1993-94)............................. 53 8. Eric Cuthrell (1995-96)................................... 52 9. Eric Cuthrell (1993-94)................................... 51

10. Pete Brown (2009-10).................................... 44

Individual Game Records 41, 41, 40, 38,

Points Trevis Simpson vs. Chattanooga...........1/27/2013 Bruce Shaw vs. Coll. of Charleston........1/13/1969 Robert Bryant vs. Virginia Wesleyan......1/17/1986 Kyle Hines vs. Marshall (OT) [OD]...... 11/11/2006

FRESHMAN RECORD 41, Bruce Shaw vs. Coll. of Charleston........1/13/1969 Points BY AN OPPOSING PLAYER 47, Brett Roberts, Morehead State............ 11/27/1991 41, Ricky Taylor, Chattanooga....................... 1/27/11 41, Stephen Curry, Davidson......................2/13/2008 NOTE: 30 opposing players have scored 30 or more points against UNCG Field Goals 18, Bruce Shaw vs. College of Charleston....1/13/1969 17, Robert Bryant vs. Virginia Wesleyan......1/17/1986 16, John Baker vs. NC-Wesleyan.................1/10/1985 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 Goal Attempts 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 field goal PERCENTAGE (Min. 10 att.) 1.000, Kyle Hines (10-10) vs. The Citadel......1/7/2008 3-Pt Field Goals 10, Nicholas Paulos at Chattanooga............2/21/2013 9, Kevin Oleksiak vs. Greensboro College.. 12/16/2005 CONSECUTIVE 3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE - Game 9, Nicholas Paulos vs. Davidson..................... 1/23/14 (Went 9-of-9 vs. Davidson) Overall 12, Nicholas Paulos .........................1/16/14-1/23/14 (Last two vs. The Citadel, nine vs. Davidson and one vs. Samford) 3-Pt. Field Goal Attempts 15, Mikko Koivisto vs. Elon.........................2/17/2010 15, Mikko Koivisto vs. Chattanooga.............2/14/2009 14, Kevin Oleksiak vs. Greensboro College.12/16/2005 14, Scott Hartzell vs. Winthrop...................1/13/1995 14, Nicholas Paulos vs. Presbyterian.............. 12/3/13 Free Throws 15, Ronnie Burrell vs. Appalachian St..........2/17/2004 15, Ricky Hickman vs. Elon........................2/12/2007 14, Ben Stywall vs. Samford.......................1/23/2010


Record Book 14, Tevon Saddler vs. East Carolina..............11/12/13 Free Throw Attempts 19, Tevon Saddler vs. East Carolina..............11/12/13 19, Ronnie Burrell vs. Appalachian St..........2/17/2004 18, Ricky Hickman vs. Elon........................2/12/2007 16 (5x), last by , Ben Stywall vs. Maryland....1/3/2010 Rebounds 27, Tom Martin vs. (unknown).......................1972-73 25, Bruce Shaw vs. St. Andrews.................2/12/1969 21, Kyle Hines vs. College of Charleston......12/3/2005 Assists 13, William Powell vs. Averett......................2/4/1985 12 (4x), last by Dwayne Johnson vs. Bridgewater....... 11/30/2004 Steals 7 (5x), last by , Kevin Oleksiak vs. William & Mary...... 12/21/2005 6 (13x), last by Ricky Hickman vs. Wofford.1/30/2006 5, 31 times Blocks 7 (5x), last by Kyle Hines vs. Wofford...........2/7/2008 6 (11x), last by Pete Brown vs. Elon...........1/28/2010 5 (8x), last by Kyle Hines vs. Appalachian St.............. 1/21/2006

Team Game Records Most Points Scored 122 vs. Piedmont Bible............................ 12/12/1983 118 vs. Thiel........................................... 12/19/1981 112 vs. Virginia Wesleyan..................................1972 NOTE: UNCG has scored 100 or more points on 15 occasions

Most Points Allowed 130 by Barber-Scotia.........................................1971 116 by Lynchburg..............................................1973 116 by Methodist..............................................1972 Most Points Allowed (DIVISION I ERA) 112 by Elon (3 OTs)...................................2/28/2004 Fewest Points Scored 30 vs. Averett (OT) **.................................2/5/1981 35 vs. Emory & Henry........................................1978 37 vs. Duke..............................................12/3/1997 ** -won game Fewest Points SCORED, HALF 12 vs. Georgia Tech................................. 12/31/1996 14 vs. Vanderbilt..................................... 11/22/2005 14 vs. Virginia Tech...................................12/4/2007 Fewest Points Allowed 28 vs. Averett (OT)............................................1981 35 by Piedmond Bible................................12/2/1985 40 by Samford..........................................12/5/2009 40 by Emory & Henry **....................................1977

66 (101-35) vs. Piedmont Bible..................12/2/1985 60 (122-62) vs. Piedmont Bible................ 12/12/1983 45 (109-64) vs. Piedmont Bible................ 11/27/1984

56 vs. Davis & Elkins...................................2/3/1989 56 vs. Virginia Wesleyan............................1/22/1988 56 vs. Averett.............................................2/4/1985

Largest Margin of Victory (DIV. I ERA) 38 (85-47) vs. Greensboro College........... 12/16/2005

Rebounds (DIVISION I ERA) 55 vs. Coastal Carolina..............................1/12/1994

Largest HALFTIME LEAD 35 (54-19) vs. Piedmont Bible....................12/2/1985 30 (51-21) vs. Elon.....................................2/2/2008

Assists 31 vs. Piedmont Bible................................12/2/1985 30 vs. Piedmont Bible.............................. 11/27/1984 29 vs. Bridgewater.................................. 11/30/2004

Field Goals 50 vs. Piedmont Bible.............................. 12/12/1983 47 vs. Virginia Wesleyan............................1/22/1988 47 vs. Piedmont Bible.............................. 11/27/1984 Field Goals (DIVISION I ERA) 39 at Chattanooga........................................ 1/27/11 Field Goal Attempts 91 vs. Piedmont Bible.............................. 12/12/1983 83 at Chattanooga........................................ 1/27/11 81 vs. Methodist........................................1/31/1987 Field Goal PCT. .721 (31-43) vs. Armstrong State.................3/2/1989 .667 (36-54) vs. College of Charleston........1/24/2008 .667 (38-57) vs. Ferrum...............................1/7/1986 .667 (36-54) vs. Methodist.........................1/20/1988 Field Goal PCT., HALF .842 (16-19, 2nd) vs. C. of Charleston........2/25/2008 3-Pt. Field Goals 20 at Chattanooga........................................ 2/21/13 17 at Chattanooga........................................ 1/27/11 16 vs. North Carolina State..........................1/2/2007 3-Pt. Field Goal AttEMPTS 43 at Chattanooga........................................ 1/27/11 36 vs. North Carolina State..........................1/2/2007 34 (2x), last vs. Furman.............................2/10/2008 3-Pt. PCT. (min. 10 attempts) .727 (8-11) vs. Wofford ..............................2/1/2003 .700 (7-10) vs. E. Tennessee State.............1/18/1999 .667 (10-15) vs. North Carolina A&T...........12/9/1995 Free Throws 35 vs. Elon...............................................2/12/2007 33 vs. Furman.............................................1/9/2010 33 vs. Marshall........................................ 11/11/2006 Free Throw Attempts 54 vs. Furman.............................................1/9/2010 49 vs. Chicago State..................................2/20/1993 45 vs. Elon...............................................2/12/2007

occasions

Free throw pct. (min. 10 attempts) 1.000 (11-11) vs. Miami (Fla.)....................2/15/2011 1.000 (14-14) vs. Chattanooga.....................1/7/2003 1.000 (13-13) vs. Appalachian State.............3/8/2008 1.000 (12-12) vs. Furman............................2/4/2006 1.000 (10-10) vs. Wofford............................3/5/2003

Largest Margin of Victory

Rebounds

** lost game NOTE: UNCG has held opponents to 45 or less points on 12

Steals 20 vs. Montreat.........................................1/11/2006 20 vs. Piedmont Bible................................12/2/1985 19 vs. Guilford........................................ 12/16/2004 Blocks 13 vs. William & Mary.............................. 12/20/2004 12 vs. Georgia Southern..............................2/8/2004 11 (3x), last vs. Elon.................................1/28/2010

Team 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 24 (7-24).....................................................2010-11 23 (8-23).....................................................2009-10 22 (7-22).....................................................2002-03 22 (9-22).....................................................2012-13 21 (7-21).....................................................1991-92 20 (7-20).....................................................1998-99 20 (10-20)...................................................1996-97 19 (12-19)...................................................2005-06 19 (9-19).....................................................1997-98 HOME WINS 11 (11-1).....................................................2000-01 11 (11-2).....................................................2004-05 10 (10-3).....................................................2007-08 10 (10-3).....................................................2006-07 10 (10-1).....................................................2001-02 10 (10-0).....................................................1986-87 9 .......................................................eight times NOTE: First season in Fleming Gymnasium - 1989-90 First season in Greensboro Coliseum - 2009-10 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 12 (3-12)................................................... 2010-11* 11 (4-11)................................................... 2009-10*


Record Book 10 (2-10).....................................................2008-09 9 (6-9)..................................................... 2012-13* 8 (3-8)........................................................1991-92 7 (2-7)........................................................1973-74

Field Goals 841 1986-87 835 1988-89 812 1985-86

*-all home games played at Greensboro Coliseum

FIELD GOALS (DIVISION I ERA) 808, 2013-14

ROAD LOSSES 14 (3-14).....................................................2008-09 14 (1-14).....................................................2002-03 13 (4-13).....................................................2011-12 13 (1-13).....................................................2005-06 13 (2-13).....................................................1989-90 13 (3-13).....................................................1991-92 12 (2-12).....................................................1998-99 12 (2-12).....................................................2012-13 WINNING STREAK 11 1986-87 9 1987-88 8 1995-96 7 2011-12 7 1979-80 7 1994-95 6 1980-81 6 1982-83 6 1985-86 6 2000-01 LOSING STREAK 15 2010-11 12 1991-92 11 2011-12 10 2008-09 10 2002-03 10 1973-74 HOME WINNING STREAK 12 1985-86 - 1986-87 12 1979-80 - 1980-81 11 2003-04 - 2004-05 10 2004-05 - 2005-06 10 1999-00 - 2000-01 10 1994-95 - 1995-96 9 2001-02 - 2002-03 9 1980-81 - 1981-82 9 1982-83 CONFERENCE WINNING STREAK 9 1994-95 - 1995-96 7 2011-12 6 2006-07 6 1994-95 6 1994-95 Points 2,282..........................................................2000-01 2,267..........................................................2013-14 2,238..........................................................2001-02 Points Per Game 76.3 1988-89 75.9 1994-95 74.1 1986-87

Field Goal Attempts 1,961..........................................................2011-12 1,886..........................................................2012-13 1,835..........................................................2013-14 Field Goal Percentage .521 (779-1494)...........................................1979-80 .516 (812-1574)...........................................1985-86 .515 (835-1620)...........................................1988-89 Field Goal Percentage (DIVISION I ERA) .461 (745-1615)...........................................1995-96 3-Point Field Goals 230 2007-08 227 2012-13 3-Point Field Goal Percentage .408 (205-503).............................................1995-96 .389 (115-296).............................................1990-91 .388 (224-577).............................................1994-95 Free Throws 552 2000-01 524 2001-02 485 2004-05 FEWEST FREE THROWS 261 1984-85 Free ThrowS ATTEMPTED 718 2000-01 705 2006-07 704 2013-14 FEWEST FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 419 1983-84 FREE THROW Percentage .769 (552-718).............................................2000-01 .746 (524-702).............................................2001-02 .738 (456-618)......................................... 1999-2000 LOWEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE .509 ...........................................................1984-85 Rebounds 1,180..........................................................1994-95 1,172..........................................................2013-14 1,145..........................................................2011-12 Rebounds Per Game 42.1 1993-94 40.7 1994-95 36.8 1995-96 Assists

553 1986-87 474 1994-95 452 1995-96 Steals (SINCE 1986-87) 287 2005-06 276 2004-05 271 2000-01 Blocks (SINCE 1986-87) 178 2004-05 148 2005-06 138 2007-08 Blocks (DIVISION I ERA) 178 2004-05 148 2005-06 138 2007-08

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS CAREER DOUBLE-DOUBLES 1. Kyle Hines..................................................... 45 2. Ben Stywall.................................................... 27 3. Demetrius Cherry........................................... 27 4. Eric Cuthrell................................................... 21 5. Verdell Ellis.................................................... 18 6. Ronnie Burrell................................................ 13 7. David Schuck................................................. 13 8. Kyle Cain....................................................... 11 9. Marvin Dawson.............................................. 10 10. Larry Gilbert................................................... 7 SEASON DOUBLE-DOUBLES 1. Ben Stywall (2009-10).................................... 15 2. Kyle Hines (2007-08)...................................... 14 3. Kyle Cain (2013-14)....................................... 11 Kyle Hines (2006-07)...................................... 11 Kyle Hines (2004-05)...................................... 11 Demetrius Cherry (1999-2000)........................ 11 Demetrius Cherry (1997-98)........................... 11 Verdell Ellis (1987-88).................................... 11 Double-Digit Scoring Streaks (since 1983-84) 1. Kyle Hines (12/19/05-3/3/08)......................... 81 2. Ricky Hickman (3/5/05-2/25/06)..................... 27 3. Robert Bryant (11/22/85-2/21/86) +............... 26 4. Yusuf Stewart (12/16/91-12/1/92)................... 21 5. Demetrius Cherry (12/20/97-11/14/98)........... 20 +-Streak spanned entire season

Consecutive Games with one or more 3-point field goals Scott Hartzell (2/21/1994 - 1/13/1996).................. 42 MISCELLANEOUS Consecutive Games with at least one three-pointer - 407 (streak began on Feb. 8, 2000 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) Current streak: 299 games back to Dec. 23, 2004 (at Wisconsin, last time without a three-pointer).


Annual Team Totals Since 1978-79 Season G FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. REB Avg. A TO BLK ST PTS Avg. 2013-14 32 808-1835 .440 167-488 .342 484-704 .688 1172 36.6 380 447 75 180 2267 70.8 2012-13

31

788-1886

.418

227-665

.341

419-623

.673 1123 36.2

374

393

50 227 2222 71.7

2011-12 32 791-1961 .403 222-656 .338 427-623 .685 1145 35.8 371 486 85 240 2231 69.7 2010-11 31 780-1820 .429 186-522 .356 458-664 .690 1056 34.1 353 474 76 205 2204 71.1 2009-10 31 696-1803 .386 148-515 .287 426-610 .698 1120 36.1 286 444 97 186 1966 63.4 2008-09 30 659-1657 .398 174-554 .314 396-611 .648 1070 35.7 316 456 112 162 1888 62.9 2007-08 31 758-1660 .457 230-642 .358 448-665 .674 1058 34.1 443 438 138 205 2194 70.8 2006-07 30 701-1644 .426 216-639 .338 465-705 .660 1072 35.7 367 465 131 233 2083 69.4 2005-06 31 746-1687 .442 185-563 .329 455-700 .650 1030 33.2 407 507 148 287 2132 68.8 2004-05 30 776-1732 .448 133-438 .304 485-702 .691 1087 36.2 352 524 178 276 2170 72.3 2003-04

28

757-1650

.459

160-483

.331

369-507

.728 972 34.7 377 474 120 236 2043 73.0

2002-03

29

759-1708

.444

188-522

.360

336-466

.721 988 34.1 408 473 102 207 2042 70.4

2001-02

31

763-1705

.448

188-519

.362

524-702

.746 1097 35.4 448 501 116 253 2238 72.2

2000-01

31

773-1741

.444

184-480

.383

552-718

.769 1049 33.8 414 475 118 271 2282 73.6 

1999-00 28 706-1549 .456 139-380 .366 456-618 .738 1027 36.7 379 463 87 176 2008 71.7 1998-99 27 629-1497 .420 121-324 .373 376-544 .691 965 35.7 353 510 99 197 1755 65.0 1997-98 28 654-1531 .427 124-370 .335 351-499 .703 1011 36.1 353 463 60 159 1783 63.7 1996-97 30 663-1592 .416 188-511 .368 382-575 .664 1016 33.9 354 445 74 187 1896 63.2 1995-96 30 745-1615 .461 205-503 .408 434-664 .654 1104 36.8 452 456 121 190 2129 71.0 1994-95 29 763-1709 .446 224-577 .388 450-696 .647 1180 40.7 474 411 136 243 2200 75.9 1993-94 27 719-1625 .442 176-477 .369 369-559 .660 1136 42.1 382 458 137 145 1983 73.4 1992-93 27 655-1472 .445 154-447 .345 395-581 .680 970 35.9 326 467 71 174 1859 68.9 1991-92 28 591-1337 .442 211-568 .371 311-448 .694 784 28.0 352 495 22 193 1704 60.9 1990-91 26 697-1486 .469 115-296 .389 281-448 .627 827 31.8 250 389 55 202 1790 68.9 1989-90 27 753-1612 .467 130-348 .374 297-444 .669 928 33.1 282 469 41 168 1933 69.0 1988-89

27

835-1620

.515

47-143

.329

344-513

.671 997 36.9 352 433 29 211 2061 76.3

1987-88

27

800-1561

.513

56-150

.373

318-519

.613 994 36.8 n/a n/a n/a n/a 1974 73.1

1986-87 28 841-1675 .502 58-158 .367 336-531 .633 1000 35.7 553 n/a 52 247 2076 74.1 1985-86

27

812-1574

.463

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264-446

.592 898 33.3 382 n/a n/a n/a 1888 69.9

1984-85

25

714-1424

.501

-----------

---

261-513

.509 957 38.3 430 n/a n/a n/a 1689 67.6

1983-84

26

690-1450

.476

n/a

---

287-419

.685 887 34.1 378 n/a n/a n/a 1669 64.2

1982-83

25

672-1392

.483

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---

410-632

.648 935 37.4 333 n/a n/a n/a 1755 70.2

1981-82

24

649-1378

.471

-----------

---

341-498

.685 874 36.4 382 n/a n/a n/a 1636 68.2

1980-81

25

704-1389

.507

-----------

---

383-562

.681 799 32.0 370 n/a n/a n/a 1791 71.6

1979-80

28

779-1494

.521

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---

419-603

.695 831 29.7 n/a n/a n/a n/a 1977 70.6

1978-79

24

761-1729

.440

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---

348-490

.710 910 37.9 n/a n/a n/a n/a 1871 77.9

(NOTE: UNCG was an NCAA Division III member prior to 1988-89. From 1988-89 to 1990-91, UNCG was an NCAA Division II member. Since 1991-92, UNCG has been an NCAA Division I member.)


Yearly Leaders Year 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 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

SCORING AVERAGE Player G Kyle Cain 32 Trevis Simpson 31 Trevis Simpson 30 Brandon Evans 31 Ben Stywall 31 Mikko Koivisto 29 Kyle Hines 31 Kyle Hines 29 Kyle Hines 30 Ronnie Burrell 30 Jay Joseph 28 James Maye 29 James Maye 29 Courtney Eldridge 31 Demetrius Cherry 28 Nathan Jameson 27 Derrick Nix 28 Tony Daughtry 30 Brian Brunson 30 Scott Hartzell 29 Scott Hartzell 27 Scott Hartzell 27 Yusuf Stewart 28 Yuset Stewart 26 Greg Stauffer 27 Marvin Dawson 27 Ron Sheppard 27 Frazier Bryant 28 Robert Bryant 27 John Baker 22 Joe Monroe 26 Esker Tatum 25 Esker Tatum 24 Scott Harper 25 David Whiteside 28

Pts Avg. 493 15.4 541 18.7 550 18.3 369 11.9 444 14.3 359 12.4 596 19.2 605 20.9 578 19.3 451 15.0 477 17.0 474 16.3 401 13.8 453 14.6 384 13.7 285 10.6 332 11.9 375 12.5 373 12.4 456 15.7 357 13.2 363 13.4 413 14.8 539 20.7 347 12.9 547 20.3 446 16.5 511 18.3 657 24.3 396 18.0 483 18.6 404 16.2 341 14.2 365 14.5 498 17.8

REBOUNDS / REBOUNDING AVERAGE Year Player G Reb Avg. 2013-14 Kyle Cain 32 285 8.9 2012-13 Kelvin McNeil 31 197 6.4 2011-12 David Williams 32 168 5.3 2010-11 Aaron Brackett 31 185 6.0 2009-10 Ben Stywall 31 323 10.4 2008-09 Ben Stywall 30 251 8.4 2007-08 Kyle Hines 31 281 9.1 2006-07 Kyle Hines 29 260 9.0 2005-06 Kyle Hines 30 247 8.2 2004-05 Kyle Hines 30 259 8.6 2003-04 Ronnie Burrell 27 189 7.0 2002-03 James Maye 29 187 6.4 2001-02 David Schuck 31 208 6.7 2000-01 David Schuck 31 258 8.3 1999-00 Demetrius Cherry 28 262 9.4 1998-99 Sam Brinson 26 185 7.1 1997-98 Demetrius Cherry 25 214 8.6 1996-97 Larry Gilbert 30 200 6.7 1995-96 Eric Cuthrell 30 276 9.2 1994-95 Eric Cuthrell 29 284 9.8 1993-94 Eric Cuthrell 27 216 8.0 1992-93 Brian Brunson 27 132 4.9 1991-92 Yusuf Stewart 28 173 6.2 1990-91 Yusuf Stewart 26 124 4.8 Steve Hunter 25 123 4.9

1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80

Chris Collins Steve Hunter Marvin Dawson Verdel Ellis Verdel Ellis Frazier Bryant Robert Bryant John Baker Rick Lloyd Kelvin Huggins Kelvin Huggins Hubert Mitchell Chris Robertson

28 19 27 10 27 28 27 22 25 25 24 25 26

115 86 206 100 248 160 176 181 196 226 212 162 146

4.1 4.5 7.6 10.0 9.2 5.7 6.5 8.2 7.8 9.0 8.9 6.9 5.6

ASSISTS Year Player G Ast 2013-14 Tevon Saddler 32 89 2012-13 Drew Parker 31 80 2011-12 Drew Parker 32 83 2010-11 Kyle Randall 31 103 2009-10 Kyle Randall 31 80 2008-09 Mikko Koivisto 29 70 2007-08 Dwayne Johnson 31 128 2006-07 Dwayne Johnson 30 116 2005-06 Dwayne Johnson 30 117 2004-05 Ricky Hickman 30 87 2003-04 Ronnie Taylor 27 139 2002-03 Ray Bristow 27 90 2001-02 Courtney Eldridge 30 182 2000-01 Courtney Eldridge 31 179 1999-00 Courtney Eldridge 28 142 1998-99 Courtney Eldridge 26 81 1997-98 Derrick Nix 28 93 1996-97 Derrick Nix 30 134 1995-96 Scott Hartzell 30 149 1994-95 Scott Hartzell 29 148 1993-94 Scott Hartzell 27 145 1992-93 Scott Hartzell 27 110 1991-92 Keyford Langley 28 124 1990-91 Keyford Langley 26 59 1989-90 Keyford Langley 28 73 1988-89 Ron Sheppard 27 88 1987-88 NOT AVAILABLE -- -1986-87 Greg Myrick 28 158 1985-86 Greg Myrick 27 104 1984-85 William Powell 25 159 1983-84 William Powell 26 122 1982-83 Chris Sloan 24 118 1981-82 Steve Hoyme 24 49 1980-81 Scott Harper 25 65 STEALS Year Player G Stl 2013-14 Tevon Saddler 32 40 2012-13 David Williams 30 49 2011-12 David Williams 32 50 2010-11 David Williams 31 38 2009-10 Ben Stywall 31 48 2008-09 Ben Stywall 30 37 2007-08 Kyle Hines 31 56 2006-07 Ricky Hickman 30 51 2005-06 Ricky Hickman 28 77 2004-05 Ricky Hickman 30 79 2003-04 Jay Joseph 28 33 Ronnie Burrell 27 33

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

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

29 30 31 28 26 28 30 30 29 27 27 28 26 28 27 -- 28

36 78 82 38 45 31 42 37 63 48 45 47 40 43 75 -77

BLOCKED SHOTS Year Player G Blk 2013-14 R.J. White 32 16 2012-13 David Williams 30 10 2011-12 Aloysius Henry 32 23 2010-11 Aloysius Henry 31 17 Aaron Brackett 31 17 2009-10 Pete Brown 30 44 2008-09 Damian Eargle 29 57 2007-08 Kyle Hines 31 95 2006-07 Kyle Hines 29 64 2005-06 Kyle Hines 30 84 2004-05 Kyle Hines 30 106 2003-04 Ronnie Burrell 27 26 2002-03 Sean McCarthy 29 28 2001-02 David Schuck 31 41 2000-01 Nathan Popp 28 39 1999-00 Sam Brinson 23 29 1998-99 Sam Brinson 26 42 1997-98 Larry Gilbert 28 22 1996-97 Larry Gilbert 30 33 1995-96 Eric Cuthrell 30 52 1994-95 Eric Cuthrell 29 68 1993-94 Eric Cuthrell 27 51 1992-93 Eric Cuthrell 27 15 1991-92 Marty Kornegay 28 9 1990-91 Marty Kornegay 23 15 1989-90 Gary Cox 27 17 1988-89 Marvin Dawson 27 8 1987-88 NOT AVAILABLE -- -1986-87 Frazier Bryant 28 17 FIELD GOALS Year Player FGs 2013-14 Kyle Cain 201 2012-13 Trevis Simpson 187 2011-12 Trevis Simpson 186 2010-11 Trevis Simpson 115 2009-10 Ben Stywall 161 2008-09 Ben Stywall 124 2007-08 Kyle Hines 235 2006-07 Kyle Hines 233 2005-06 Kyle Hines 239 2004-05 Kyle Hines 175 2003-04 Jay Joseph 165 2002-03 James Maye 177 2001-02 James Maye 136


Yearly Leaders 2000-01 David Schuck 154 1999-00 Demetrius Cherry 158 1998-99 Nathan Jameson 95 1997-98 Demetrius Cherry 132 1996-97 Larry Gilbert 116 1995-96 Brian Brunson 152 1994-95 Scott Hartzell 133 1993-94 Scott Hartzell 117 1992-93 Scott Hartzell 109 1991-92 Yusuf Stewart 135 1990-91 Yusuf Stewart 195 1989-90 Greg Stauffer 127 1988-89 Marvin Dawson 220 1987-88 Ron Sheppard 181 1986-87 Frazier Bryant 226 1985-86 Robert Bryant 275 1984-85 John Baker 162 1983-84 Joe Monroe 216 1982-83 Esker Tatum 158 1981-82 Esker Tatum 139 1980-81 Scott Harper 153 1979-80 David Whiteside 189 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 100 attempts) Year Player FGA-FGM Pct. 2013-14 R.J. White 85-164 .518 2012-13 David Williams 60-128 .469 2011-12 David Williams 65-119 .546 2010-11 Aaron Brackett 92-187 .492 2009-10 Ben Stywall 161-331 .486 2008-09 Ben Stywall 124-242 .512 2007-08 Kyle Hines 235-423 .556 2006-07 Kyle Hines 233-420 .555 2005-06 Kyle Hines 239-384 .622 2004-05 Kyle Hines 175-282 .621 2003-04 Ronnie Burrell 156-267 .584 2002-03 Josh Gross 79-152 .520 2001-02 Luke Boythe 83-133 .624 2000-01 Ronnie Taylor 101-196 .515 1999-00 Demetrius Cherry 158-296 .534 1998-99 Ricardo Trevisan 66-130 .508 1997-98 Demetrius Cherry 132-244 .541 1996-97 Tony Daughtry 114-245 .465 1995-96 Eric Cuthrell 115-213 .540 1994-95 Eric Cuthrell 123-205 .600 1993-94 Eric Cuthrell 95-155 .613 1992-93 Brian Brunson 101-197 .513 1991-92 Keyford Langley 89-189 .432 1990-91 Steve Hunter 93-171 .544 1989-90 Steve Hunter 92-152 .605 1988-89 Steve Hunter 111-160 .694 1987-88 Verdel Ellis 181-274 .661 1986-87 Verdel Ellis 70-117 .598 1985-86 Ron Sheppard 69-118 .585 1984-85 John Baker 162-258 .628 1983-84 Rick Lloyd 58-105 .552 1982-83 Kelvin Huggins 125-207 .604 1981-82 Esker Tatum 139-263 .529 1980-81 David Whiteside 132-232 .569 1979-80 David Whiteside 189-283 .668 3-POINT FIELD GOALS Year Player 3-FGs 2013-14 Nicholas Paulos 69 2012-13 Trevis Simpson 64 2011-12 Trevis Simpson 61

2010-11 Brandon Evans 46 2009-10 Mikko Koivisto 52 2008-09 Mikko Koivisto 74 2007-08 Mikko Koivisto 80 2006-07 Mikko Koivisto 57 2005-06 Ricky Hickman 62 2004-05 Ricky Hickman 41 2003-04 Jay Joseph 74 2002-03 Jay Joseph 70 2001-02 Jay Joseph 58 2000-01 Nathan Jameson 61 1999-00 Nathan Jameson 51 1998-99 Nathan Jameson 56 1997-98 Matt Javit 33 1996-97 Tony Daughtry 64 1995-96 Scott Hartzell 76 1994-95 Scott Hartzell 93 1993-94 Scott Hartzell 67 1992-93 Scott Hartzell 73 1991-92 Steve Johnson 59 1990-91 Yusuf Stewart 36 1989-90 Greg Stauffer 61 1988-89 Greg Stauffer 31 1987-88 Stewart York 20 1986-87 Todd Schayes 43 3-PT FIELD GOAL PCT. (min. 50 attempts) Year Player 3FGA-FGM Pct. 2013-14 Jordan Potts 39-100 .390 2012-13 Nicholas Paulos 63-155 .406 2011-12 Drew Parker 40-84 .476 2010-11 Brandon Evans 46-109 .422 2009-10 Kendall Toney 47-152 .309 2008-09 Mikko Koivisto 75-208 .356 2007-08 Mikko Koivisto 80-176 .455 2006-07 Kendall Toney 50-115 .435 2005-06 Kevin Oleksiak 59-163 .362 2004-05 Josh Gross 29-70 .414 2003-04 Ray Bristow 35-90 .389 2002-03 James Maye 48-120 .400 2001-02 Jay Joseph 58-141 .411 2000-01 Jay Joseph 59-139 .424 1999-00 Nathan Jameson 51-128 .398 1998-99 Nathan Jameson 56-119 .471 1997-98 Justin Stewart 30-66 .455 1996-97 Tony Daughtry 64-136 .471 1995-96 Scott Hartzell 76-174 .437 1994-95 Scott Hartzell 93-212 .439 1993-94 Scott Hartzell 67-158 .424 1992-93 Scott Hartzell 73-160 .456 1991-92 Steve Johnson 59-141 .418 1990-91 Chuck Fortney 23-51 .451 1989-90 Keyford Langley 26-57 .456 1988-89 Greg Stauffer 31-101 .307 1987-88 None Qualified (Stewart York 20-43 for .465) 1986-87 NOT AVAILABLE FREE THROWS Year Player FTs 2013-14 Tevon Saddler 145 2012-13 Trevis Simpson 103 2011-12 Trevis Simpson 117 2010-11 Brandon Evans 111 2009-10 Ben Stywall 121 2008-09 Ben Stywall 103

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

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

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

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 50 attempts) Year Player FTA-FTM Pct. 2013-14 Jordan Potts 40-51 .784 2012-13 Trevis Simpson 103-129 . 798 2011-12 Derrell Armstong 93-116 .802 2010-11 Brandon Evans 111-137 .810 2009-10 Mikko Koivisto 46-55 .836 2008-09 Mikko Koivisto 65-73 .890 2007-08 Kevin Oleksiak 82-113 .726 2006-07 Ricky Hickman 127-179 .709 2005-06 Kevin Oleksiak 68-85 .800 2004-05 Kevin Oleksiak 48-56 .857 2003-04 Jay Joseph 73-87 .839 2002-03 Ronnie Burrell 60-76 .789 2001-02 David Schuck 156-194 .804 2000-01 Nathan Jameson 77-86 .895 1999-00 Nathan Jameson 72-82 .878 1998-99 James Maye 65-87 .747 1997-98 Derrick Nix 80-106 .755 1996-97 Larry Gilbert 86-118 .729 1995-96 Scott Hartzell 65-79 .823 1994-95 Scott Hartzell 97-108 .898 1993-94 Scott Hartzell 56-71 .789 1992-93 Scott Hartzell 72-81 .889 1991-92 Patrick Faber 50-64 .781 1990-91 Yusuf Stewart 113-159 .711 1989-90 Chris Collins 68-80 .850 1988-89 Marvin Dawson 107-131 .817 1987-88 Marvin Dawson 49-77 .636 1986-87 Allan Hild 57-79 .722 1985-86 Robert Bryant 107-139 .770 1984-85 Rick Lloyd 39-62 .629 1983-84 William Powell 57-70 .814 1982-83 William Powell 67-91 .736 1981-82 Mark Stafford 40-50 .800 1980-81 David Whiteside 82-103 .796


Southern Conference Tournament History Results 15 Appearances • 14-15

Top Individual Performances

Points 1. Kyle Hines (vs. Furman, 3/3/07) 33 2. Kyle Hines (vs. WCU, 3/2/06) 26 3. Derrell Armstong (vs. UTC, 3/8/13) 25 3. Trevis Simpson (vs. WCU, 3/4/12) 24 4. Josh Gross (vs. Davidson, 3/4/05) 22 Ricky Hickman (vs. Ga. Southern, 3/3/05) 22 6. Kyle Hines (vs. Elon, 3/3/06 - OT) 21 Jay Joseph (vs. Wofford, 3/3/04 - OT) 21 James Maye (vs. Gs. Southern, 2/25/99) 21 James Maye (vs. Wofford, 3/5/03) 21 David Schuck (vs. Chattanooga, 3/4/01) 21 Rebounds 1. David Schuck (vs. WCU, 3/2/01) 17 2. Ben Stywall (vs. Furman, 3/5/10) 12 3. Derrell Armstrong (vs. Elon, 3/9/13) 11 Brandon Evans (vs. WCU, 3/5/11) 11 Ben Stywall (vs. Wofford, 3/6/10) 11 David Schuck (vs. Wofford, 2/28/02) 11 Aaron Chavis (vs. Chattanooga, 2/27/98) 11 8. David Williams (vs. Elon, 3/9/13) 10 Trevis Simpson (vs. Davidson, 3/4/11) 10 Kyle Hines (vs. Appalachian St., 3/8/08) 10 Kyle Hines (vs. WCU, 3/2/06) 10 Jay Joseph (vs. Wofford, 3/3/04) 10 Nathan Popp (vs. Chattanooga, 3/4/01) 10 Assists 1. Ronnie Taylor (vs. WCU, 3/2/01) 2. Courtney Eldridge (vs. WCU, 3/2/01) C. Eldridge (vs. Chattanooga, 3/1/02) 4. Courtney Eldridge (vs. Davidson, 3/3/01) Kyle Randall (vs. Davidson, 3/4/11) 6. 11 times

Record vs. Opponents In SoCon Tournament

Appalacian State Chattanooga Coll. of Charleston Davidson Elon Furman Georgia Southern The Citadel Western Carolina Wofford

8 7 7 6 6 5

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

1998 (Greensboro Coliseum • Greensboro, N.C.) First Round: UNCG 60, Western Carolina 59 Semifinals: Chattanooga 56, UNCG 55 1999 (Greensboro Coliseum • Greensboro, N.C.) First Round: Georgia Southern 81, UNCG 78 (OT) 2000 (Bi-Lo Center • Greenville, S.C.) First Round: Furman 77, UNCG 61 2001 (Bi-Lo Center • Greenville, S.C.) First Round: UNCG received a bye Quarterfinals: UNCG 91, Western Carolina 69 Semifinals: UNCG 73, Davidson 68 Championship: UNCG 67, Chattanooga 66 2002 (N. Charleston Coliseum • Charleston, S.C.) First Round: UNCG 70, Wofford 41 Quarterfinals: UNCG 67, Chattanooga 57 Semifinals: Davidson 68, UNCG 58 2003 (N. Charleston Coliseum • Charleston, S.C.) First Round: Wofford 77, UNCG 73 2004 (N. Charleston Coliseum • Charleston, S.C.) First Round: Wofford 85, UNCG 82 (OT) 2005 (McKenzie Arena • Chattanooga, Tenn.) First Round: UNCG received a bye Quarterfinals: UNCG 73, Georgia Southern 71 Semifinals: UNCG 73, Davidson 68 Championship: Chattanooga 66, UNCG 62 2006 (N. Charleston Coliseum • Charleston, S.C.) First Round: UNCG 65, Western Carolina 61 Quarterfinals: Elon 64, UNCG 61 (OT) 2007 (N. Charleston Coliseum • Charleston, S.C.) Quarterfinals: Furman 73, UNCG 71 2008 (N. Charleston Coliseum • Charleston, S.C.) Quarterfinals: UNCG 63, Appalachian State 46 Semifinals: Davidson 82, UNCG 52 2009 (McKenzie Arena • Chattanooga, Tenn.) First Round: College of Charleston 69, UNCG 56 2010 (Bojangles Coliseum • Charlotte, N.C.) First Round: UNCG 66, Furman 65 Quarterfinals: Wofford 59, UNCG 46

2011 (McKenzie Area • Chattanooga, Tenn.) First Round: UNCG 71, Davidson 64 Quarterfinals: Western Carolina 77, UNCG 66 2012 (U.S. Cellular Center • Asheville, N.C.) Quarterfinals: UNCG 65, Appalachian State 55 Semifinals: Western Carolina 82, UNCG 77 2013 (U.S. Cellular Center • Asheville, N.C.) Quarterfinals: UNCG 87, Chattanooga 81 Semifinals: Elon 68, UNCG 61 2014 (U.S. Cellular Center • Asheville, N.C.) First Round: The Citadel 86, UNCG 76

Top Team Performances

Points vs. Western Carolina (2001) vs. Chattanooga (2013) vs. Wofford (2004) - OT

91 87 82

Points In A Win vs. Western Carolina (2001) vs. Chattanooga (2013) vs. Davidson (2001) vs. Wofford (2003).

91 87 73 73

Points In A Loss vs. Wofford (2004) - OT vs. Georgia Southern (1999) vs. Western Carolina (2012)

82 78 77

Largest Margin of Victory vs. Wofford (2002)

21

Fewest Points Allowed vs. Wofford (2002)

41

Most Points Allowed vs. The Citadel (2014) vs. Wofford (2004) - OT vs. Davidson (2008) vs. Chattanooga (2013) vs. Georgia Southern (1999)

86 85 82 81 81

Most Rebounds vs. Davidson (2011) vs. Wofford (2002) vs. Elon (2013)

47 46 46

3-pointers Made vs. Chattanooga (2013) vs. Davidson (2008) vs. Western Carolina (2012)

18 10 8

Most Assists vs. Western Carolina (2001)

23

Most Steals vs. Furman (2007) vs. Western Carolina (2001)

12 12


Year-By-Year Results 1967-68 2-11 Head Coach: Jim Swiggett Charleston! (N) L 79-80 Greensboro! (N) L 65-69 St. Andrews (A) L 53-62 Methodist (H) L 74-77 Baptist (A) L 78-115 Greensboro (H) L 78-82 UNC Charlotte (A) L 83-87 N.C. Wesleyan (H) W 87-65 Methodist (A) L 92-109 UNC Charlotte (H) L 80-96 Andrews (H) W 70-67 Greensboro (A) L 71-105 Baptist (A) L 65-96 ! - St. Andrews Tournament

1968-69 4-15, 3-11 DIAC (7th) Head Coach: Jim Swiggett Greensboro* (A) L 59-67 UNC Charlotte* (H) L 63-66 St. Andrews* (A) L 71-87 Charleston* (A) L 71-77 No. Carolina Wesleyan* (A) L 69-73 Methodist (H) L 69-73 Greensboro (H) L 58-65 Lynchburg* (H) W 78-71 Methodist* (H) L 65-66 UNC Charlotte* (A) L 60-74 Charleston* (H) W 94-84 N.C. Wesleyan* (H) W 92-74 Methodist* (A) L 69-90 Eastern Mennonite (H) W 90-80 Greensboro* (A) L 61-76 St. Andrews* (H) L 83-87 Eastern Mennonite (A) L 65-70 Lynchburg* (A) L 67-107 UNC Charlotte ^ (A) L 61-79 * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

1969-70 4-16, 4-10 DIAC (T-7th) Head Coach: Jim Swiggett Charleston!* (A) L Lander! (N) L Barber-Scotia (A) L UNC Charlotte* (H) L Greensboro* (H) W N.C. Wesleyan* (A) L Methodist* (A) L Charleston* (H) W Madison (A) L Lynchburg* (A) L St. Andrews* (A) L UNC Charlotte* (A) L N.C. Wesleyan* (H) W Madison (H) L Barber-Scotia (H) L Lynchburg* (H) L Greensboro* (A) L St. Andrews* (H) L Methodist* (H) W Methodist^ (N) L ! - Charleston Tournament * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

64-92 74-95 62-79 55-62 81-69 71-73 67-91 70-66 63-89 51-90 68-71 54-65 67-60 70-90 65-93 77-87 66-81 77-88 70-61 60-78

1970-71 8-10, 6-6 DIAC (T-4th) Head Coach: Jim Swiggett Greensboro (H) W 71-69

Lynchburg* (H) L 80-115 Fla. Presbyterian (H) L 69-102 No. Carolina Wesleyan* (A) W 95-69 St. Andrews* (A) W 93-86 Va. Wesleyan* (H) W 79-71 Methodist* (A) L 64-83 Lynchburg* (A) L 58-77 St. Andrews* (H) W 82-73 Greensboro* (A) L 74-78 Barber-Scotia (H) L 73-100 N.C. Wesleyan * (H) W 72-53 Greensboro* (H) L 59-82 Virginia Wesleyan* (A) W 103-73 Christopher Newport (A) L 70-73 Methodist* (H) W 74-73 Barber-Scotia (A) L 92-99 St. Andrews ^ (N) L 81-84 * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

1971-72 10-15, 7-5 DIAC (T-3rd) Head Coach: Jim Swiggett Central Wesleyan (H) L 78-80 Barber-Scotia (A) L 90-130 Elon! (A) L 51-92 Pfeiffer! (N) L 71-83 Greensboro* (A) W 89-78+ No. Carolina Wesleyan* (A) L 71-74 St. Andrews* (A) W 63-62 Methodist* (H) L 71-79 Lynchburg* (A) L 80-86 Christopher Newport (H) W 82-71 George Mason+ (N) L 75-84 Virginia Wesleyan+ (N) L 55-56 Lynchburg* (H) W 72-71+ Virginia Wesleyan* (H) W 104-73 St. Andrews* (H) W 90-78 Greensboro* (H) W 94-70 N.C. Wesleyan* (H) L 79-83 Central Wesleyan (A) L 76-94 Christopher Newport (A) W 68-63 Virginia Wesleyan* (A) W 85-81 Methodist* (A) L 71-84 Barder-Scotia (H) L 75-97 St. Andrews^ (A) W 81-75 Lynchburg^ (A) L 74-80 Greensboro^ (N) L 90-94 * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament ! - Elon Tournament + - Newport News Tournament

1972-73 9-11, 7-7 DIAC (T-4th) Head Coach: Jim Swiggett Greensboro (A) Central Wesleyan (H) Lynchburg* (A) Methodist* (A) Virginia Wesleyan* (H) George Mason! (A) Clinch Valley! (N) Christopher Newport* (A) Virginia Wesleyan* (A) Lynchburg* (H) N.C. Wesleyan* (H) St. Andrews* (H) Greensboro* (A) Christopher Newport* (H) Methodist* (H) Greensboro* (H) Central Wesleyan (A) N.C. Wesleyan* (A)

L 79-98 W 63-58 L 81-93 L 98-116 W 75-63 L 83-113 L 79-80+ L 61-66 W 112-68 L 68-79 W 72-62 W 76-62 W 71-69 L 68-72 L 86-101 L 85-86 W 76-60 W 74-71

St. Andrews* (A) W 81-71 Greensboro ^ (N) L 91-98 ! - George Mason Tournament * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

1973-74 2-19, 1-13 DIAC (8th) Head Coach: Jim Swiggett Central Wesleyan (A) L 88-108 Methodist* (H) L 65-83 Lynchburg* (H) L 85-116 Greensboro* (A) L 73-83 Averett (H) W 87-50 St. Andrews* (A) L 68-83 Bridgewater! (N) L 73-92 Eastern Mennonite! (N) L 76-92 N.C. Wesleyan* (A) L 53-70 Virginia Wesleyan* (H) L 72-79 Lynchburg* (A) L 76-90 Methodist* (A) L 45-91 Christopher Newport* (H) L 52-80 Virginia Wesleyan* (A) L 71-104 Christopher Newport* (A) L 52-110 N.C. Wesleyan* (H) W 87-83 Greensboro* (H) L 64-91 St. Andrews* (H) L 53-68 Averett (A) L 81-82 Central Wesleyan (H) L 85-100 Methodist ^ (N) L 59-95 ! - Bridgewater Tournament * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

1974-75 6-16, 3-11 DIAC (T-6th) Head Coach: Jim Swiggett High Point! (N) L 68-82 Elon! (A) L 67-97 Averett (H) W 87-59 Methodist* (A) L 67-77 Christopher Newport* (A) L 58-77 Virginia Wesleyan* (A) L 83-105 St. Andrews* (H) L 101-103+++ Coker (H) W 82-76 at Averett (A) W 85-55 at Lynchburg* (A) L 79-95 Methodist* (H) L 64-82 at Greensboro* (A) L 77-84 N.C. Welseyan* (H) L 61-63 Lynchburg* (H) L 87-97 N.C. Wesleyan* (A) W 70-59 Christopher Newport* (H) W 81-77+ Virginia Wesleyan* (H) L 88-90 St. Andrews* (A) L 90-98 Greensboro* (H) L 88-99 Coker (A) L 77-78 Greensboro ^ (N) W 88-82 Methodist ^ (N) L 65-83 ! - Elon Tournament * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

1975-76 8-11, 6-8 DIAC (4th) Head Coach: Jack Mehl Averett (H) Virginia Wesleyan* (A) Christopher Newport* (A) St. Andrews* (A) High Point (A) High Point (H) Averett (A) Greensboro* (H)

W 93-53 L 60-80 L 43-84 W 65-62 L 46-92 L 68-76 W 77-54 W 89-87+

Lynchburg* (H) L 78-99 N.C. Wesleyan* (A) W 73-70 Greensboro* (A) L 76-82 Methodist* (H) L 59-80 N.C. Wesleyan* (H) W 99-87 Lynchburg* (A) L 72-86 Methodist* (A) L 59-80 St. Andrews* (H) W 87-85+ Virginia Wesleyan* (H) L 72-92 Christopher Newport* (H) W 45-44 Christopher Newport ^ (N) L 61-66 * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

1976-77 11-15, 7-7 DIAC (4th) Head Coach: Jack Mehl Averett* (H) W 102-76 Virginia Wesleyan* (H) W 94-75 Christopher Newport* (H) W 72-70 Rice (A) L 65-90 Warren Wilson (A) W 111-83 Elmhurst! (N) L 71-80 Wheaton! (N) L 73-102 Washington & Lee (A) L 70-86 Haverford (A) L 76-80 Pfeiffer (H) L 98-112 St. Andrews* (H) L 85-92 Averett* (A) W 89-61 Greensboro* (A) L 66-75 N.C. Welseyan* (H) W 90-88 Methodist* (A) L 77-93 Greensboro* (H) L 83-90 N.C. Wesleyan* (A) W 96-83 Warren Wilson (H) W 94-71 Methodist* (H) L 55-59 St. Andrews* (A) W 83-82 Christopher Newport* (A) L 82-84 Virginia Wesleyan* (A) W 83-82 Pfeiffer (H) L 74-95 Washington & Lee (H) L 94-101 Virginia Wesleyan ^ (N) W 75-72 Methodist ^ (N) L 54-67 ! - St. Petersburg Tournament * - DIAC Games ^ - DIAC Tournament

1977-78 8-15, 5-9 DIAC (T-5th) Head Coach: Jack Mehl Shenandoah (H) W 102-67 Coker (H) W 80-72 Averett* (A) L 78-84 Emory & Henry (H) W 95-82 Christopher Newport* (A) L 72-84 Virginia Wesleyan* (A) L 87-105 St. Paul’s (H) L 77-81 Emory & Henry (A) L 35-40 Longwood (A) L 80-84 Averett* (H) L 67-80 Methodist* (H) L 74-80 Longwood (H) L 102-103 St. Andrews* (A) W 77-76 Methodist* (A) L 82-109 N.C. Wesleyan* (H) W 86-65 Greensboro* (A) L 83-91 Christopher Newport* (H) L 62-64 Virginia Wesleyan*# (H) L 67-82 St. Andrews* (H) W 65-63 N.C. Wesleyan* (A) W 87-86 Greensboro* (H) W 58-56 Roanoke (A) L 54-83 Christopher Newport ^ (N) L 72-95 # - played at Greensboro Coliseum


Year-By-Year Results * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

1978-79 8-16, 6-8 DIAC (T-5th) Head Coach: Larry Hargett Warren Wilson (A) W 87-62 VMI (A) L 91-114 Averett* (H) W 81-79 Christopher Newport* (H) L 71-81 Virginia Wesleyan* (H) L 75-94 Central Wesleyan (H) L 78-100 Earlham! (N) W 81-70 Armstrong State! (N) L 68-107 Alma+ (N) L 66-78 Kalamazoo+ (N) L 82-94 Western Carolina (A) L 74-104 Averett* (A) W 91-70 Methodist* (A) L 63-84 N.C. Wesleyan* (H) W 82-68 St. Andrews* (H) W 67-58 Methodist* (H) L 79-93 No. Carolina Wesleyan* (A) L 82-90++ Greensboro* (H) L 79-84 Christopher Newport* (A) W 66-62 Virginia Wesleyan* (A) L 86-100 St. Andrews* (A) L 67-80 Roanoke (A) L 75-88 Greensboro* (N) W 87-83 Methodist ^ (N) L 86-103 ! - Armstrong State Tournament + - Wooster Tournament * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

1979-80 16-12, 11-3 DIAC (2nd) Head Coach: Larry Hargett DIAC Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament N 24 Warren Wilson (H) W 95-56 N 26 Elon (H) L 55-62 N 30 Tulsa (A) L 51-73 D 1 Oklahoma (A) L 62-90 D 7 Christopher Newport* (A) W 73-68 D 8 Virginia Wesleyan* (A) L 62-64 D 15 Charleston (H) L 62-63 J 3 Western Carolina (A) L 66-77 J 5 The Citadel (A) L 63-81 J 9 Mary Washington (H) W 73-63 J 12 Averett* (H) W 61-49 J 16 Methodist* (H) W 78-60 J 19 N.C. Wesleyan* (A) W 98-58 J 22 St. Andrews* (A) L 52-53 J 26 Methodist* (A) W 59-51 J 29 N.C. Wesleyan* (H) W 82-67 F 2 Greensboro* (A) W 57-56 F 5 Guilford (A) L 66-77 F 8 Christopher Newport* (H) L 57-62 F 9 Virginia Wesleyan* (H) W 96-79 F 12 St. Andrews* (H) W 93-80 F 16 Greensboro* (H) W 64-45 F Averett* (A) W 86-72 F 21 Greensboro ^ (H) W 77-60 F 22 N.C. Wesleyan ^ (N) W 79-78 F 23 Christopher Newport^ (N) W 72-71 F Savannah State & (N) L 58-61 F Southwestern & (N) L 80-88 * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament & - NCAA Division III Regionals

1980-81 17-8, 11-3 DIAC (T-1st) Head Coach: Larry Hargett DIAC Co-Champions N 21 Tiffin (H) W 96-92 N 25 Guilford (H) W 86-72 N 29 Charleston (A) L 51-62 D 1 Elon (A) L 56-64 D 6 South Florida (A) L 44-62 J 2 Baptist (A) W 65-50 J 3 Florida Tech (A) W 80-78 J 5 Mercer (A) L 65-88 J 12 Mary Washington (A) W 97-75 J 15 N.C. Wesleyan* (N) W 73-70 J 17 Averett* (A) W 82-58 J 21 Methodist* (H) W 88-80 J 23 Christopher Newport* (A) W 77-71 J 24 Virginia Wesleyan* (A) L 55-56 J 27 St. Andrews* (H) W 86-80 J 31 Methodist* (A) W 67-66 F 3 N.C. Welseyan* (A) W 87-80 F 5 Averett (H) W 30-28+ F 7 Greensboro* (H) W 71-61 F 13 Christopher Newport* (H) W 84-60 F 14 Virginia Welseyan* (H) L 68-86 F 17 St. Andrews* (A) L 64-76 F 21 Greensboro* (A) W 82-73 F 25 Averett ^ (H) W 70-69 F 26 Christopher Newport^ (N) L 66-71 * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

1981-82 14-10, 9-5 DIAC (3rd) Head Coach: Larry Hargett N 21 Washington & Lee (A) W 60-58 N 24 Guilford (A) L 58-60 N 30 Western Carolina (A) L 57-91 D 2 Coker (H) W 96-94 D 3 Catawba!# (N) L 55-86 D 5 Greensboro!# (N) W 80-61 D 9 Elon (A) L 56-61 D 11 Hampden-Sydeney (H) W 72-63 D 16 Averett* (H) W 63-62 D 19 Thiel (H) W 118-94 J 12 Averett* (A) L 57-65+ J 14 N.C. Wesleyan*(A) L 66-78 J 20 Methodist* (A) W 87-66 J 22 Christopher Newport*(H) W 70-61 J 23 Virginia Wesleyan* (H) W 79-70 J 26 St. Andrews* (A) L 64-88 J 30 Methodist* (H) W 82-65 F 3 N.C. Wesleyan* (H) W 74-61 F 6 Greensboro*# (H) L 48-59 F 12 Christopher Newport* (A) W 44-43 F 13 Virginia Wesleyan* (A) W 61-57 F 17 St. Andrews* (H) L 68-74 F 20 Greensboro*# (H) W 60-59 F 23 Greensboro ^ (H) L 61-62 ! - Kiwanis Classic # - Greensboro Coliseum * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

1982-83 16-9, 10-4 DIAC (T-3rd) Head Coach: Ed Douma N N D D D

20 Findlay (H) 23 Guilford 1 Elon!# (N) 2 Guilford!# (A) 3 USC Spartanburg!# (N)

W W W W L

72-64 79-68 82-69 71-64 73-97

D 11 Hampden-Sydney (A) L 76-85++ D 17 High Point+ (N) W 57-46 D 18 Guilford+ (A) L 54-68 D 20 Mercer (A) L 52-63 J 13 N.C. Wesleyan* (H) W 86-85 J 15 Averett* (A) W 62-60 J 19 Methodist* (H) W 57-54 J 21 Virginia Wesleyan* (A) W 58-45 J 22 Christopher Newport* (A) W 76-64 J 25 St. Adnrews* (H) W 72-69 J 29 Methodist* (A) L 71-72 F 2 N.C. Welseyan* (A) L 52-55 F 5 Greensboro* (H) W 86-78 F 7 Averett* (H) W 100-90 F 9 Appalachian State (A) W 58-54 F 11 Christopher Newport*(H) W 87-81 F 12 Va. Wesleyan* (H) W 70-69 F 16 St. Andrews* (A) L 58-60 F 19 Greensboro* (A) L 69-70 F 23 Christopher Newport^ (H) L 77-88 ! - Kiwanis Classic + - Guilford Tournament # - Greensboro Coliseum * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

1983-84 12-14, 8-6 DIAC (T-3rd) Head Coach: Ed Douma N 18 Oglethorpe! (A) L 60-75 N 19 Shorter! (N) W 75-62 N 22 Washington & Lee (H) L 42-43 N 26 James Madison (A) L 40-67 D 2 Guilford+ (A) W 64-62 D 3 High Point+ (N) L 64-67 D 7 Elon (H) L 62-66 D 12 Piedmont Bible (H) W 122-62 D 22 East Tennessee State (A) L 53-70 J 9 Elon (A) L 68-96 J 12 N.C. Wesleyan* (A) W 44-42 J 14 Averett* (H) W 52-51 J 18 Methodist* (A) L 57-69 J 20 Va. Wesleyan* (H) W 72-71 J 21 Christopher Newport* (H) W 87-70 J 24 St. Andrews*% (A) W Forfeit J 28 Methodist* (H) W 69-52 F 1 N.C. Wesleyan* (H) L 57-78 F 4 Greensboro* (A) L 72-79 F 6 Averett* (A) W 74-52 F 10 Christopher Newport* (A) L 72-77 F 11 Virginia Wesleyan* (A) L 64-76 F 15 St. Andrews* (H) W 79-75 F 18 Greensboro* (H) L 48-50 F 22 Methodist ^ (H) W 70-65 F 24 N.C. Wesleyan ^ (A) L 44-51 ! - Oglethorpe Tournament + - Guilford Tournament % - Game forfeited to UNCG (original L 57-68) * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

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

16 Atlantic Christian (A) 20 Union (H) 24 Charleston (H) 26 Cathloic (H) 27 Piedmont Bible (H) 29 Washington & Lee (A)

L 66-79+ L 81-82 L 42-66 W 79-75 W 109-64 L 64-74

D 3 SW Louisiana (A) L 60-101 D 5 New Orleans (A) L 55-80 D 11 Guilford (H) L 59-65 J 10 N.C. Wesleyan* (H) L 71-80 J 12 Averett* (A) W 63-56 J 16 Methodist* (H) W 71-70 J 18 Virginia Wesleyan* (A) L 61-72 J 19 Christopher Newport* (A) L 78-95 J 22 St. Andrews* (H) W 6 6-65+ J 24 Elon (A) L 50-64 J 26 Methodist* (A) W 80-78 J 30 N.C. Wesleyan* W 55-54 F 2 Greensboro* (H) L 59-67 F 4 Averett* (H) W 76-61 F 8 Christopher Newport* (H) W 70-61 F 9 Virginia Wesleyan* (H) L 74-75 F 14 St. Andrews* (A) L 64-85 F 16 Greensboro* (A) L 63-65 F 20 Christopher Newport$ (H) L 76-80+ * - DIAC game $ - DIAC Tournament

1985-86 13-14, 8-6 DIAC (4th) Head Coach: Bob McEvoy N 22 Frostburg State! (A) L 59-75 N 23 Muskingum! (N) L 56-66 N 30 Wofford (A) L 70-82 D 2 Piedmont Bible (H) W 101-35 D 5 American (A) L 48-62 D 7 Catholic (A) L 66-71 D 10 Guilford (A) L 60-69 D 11 Atlantic Christian (H) L 65-84 D 14 Ferrum (A) W 80-76 J 7 Ferrum (H) W 83-73 J 9 N.C. Wesleyan* (H) W 59-58 J 11 Averett* (A) L 58-67 J Methodist* (A) W 80-59 J 17 Virginia Wesleyan* (H) W 78-73 J 18 Christopher Newport* (H) W 85-78 J 21 St. Andrews* (A) W 68-66 J 25 Methodist* (H) W 78-67 J 27 Mt. Olive (A) W 77-71 J 29 N.C. Wesleyan* (A) L 59-72 F 1 Greensboro* (A) W 68-66 F 3 Averett* (H) L 73-78 F 7 Christopher Newport* (A) L 61-77 F 8 Virginia Wesleyan* (A) L 65-70 F 13 St. Andrews* (H) L 69-72 F 15 Greensboro* (H) W 71-68 F 19 Virginia Wesleyan^ (H) W 86-75 F 21 N.C. Wesleyan^ (N) L 65-82 ! - Frostburg State Tournament * - DIAC game ^ - DIAC Tournament

1986-87 22-6, 12-2 DIAC (1st) Head Coach: Bob McEvoy DIAC Regular Season Champions N 21 Bridgewater! (N) W N 22 Eastern Mennonite! (N) W N 29 Mercer (A) L D 3 Ferrum (A) W D 6 East Tennessee State (A) W D 10 Averett* (H) W D 20 Charleston (A) L D 29 Wittenberg+ (A) L D 30 Wabash+ (N) W J 9 Shenandoah†(N) W J 10 Guilford (H) W

57-54 76-52 45-65 75-65 86-75 78-76 42-72 64-82 60-59 83-46 66-53


Year-By-Year Results J 13 J 17 J 21 J 24 J 25 J 27 J 31 F 4 F 7 F 9 F 13 F 14 F 18 F 21 F 25 F 27 F 28

Washington & Lee (H) W 73-61 N.C. Wesleyan*(A) W 105-81 Methodist* (H) W 91-84 Virginia Wesleyan* (A) L 68-77 Christopher Newport* (A) L 63-69 St. Andrews* (H) W 76-64 Methodist* (A) W 87-86++ N.C. Wesleyan* (H) W 81-75 Greensboro* (H) W 82-76 Averett* (A) W 80-73 Christopher Newport* (H) W 85-55 Virginia Wesleyan* (H) W 70-65 St. Andrews* (A) W 80-64 Greensboro* (A) W 56-53 Methodist** (N) W 97-64 Greensboro** (N) W 80-51 N.C Wesleyan** (N) L 70-74 ! - Shenandoah Tournament + - Wittenberg Tournament † - at Greensboro College * - DIAC game ** - DIAC Tournament

1987-88 19-8, 13-1 DIAC (1st) Head Coach: Bob McEvoy DIAC Regular Season Champions N 20 Hampden-Syndey (H) L 75-77 N 21 Baldwin-Wallace! (N) L 83-86 N 24 Ferrum (H) W 76-72 N 27 Lenoir-Rhyne+ (A) L 63-70 N 28 Mars Hill+ (N) W 71-57 N 30 East Tennessee State (A) W 77-52 D 3 George Mason (A) L 79-107 D 9 Allegheny (H) L 68-70+ D 12 Averett* (A) W 73-61 D 22 Denison† (N) W 61-51 D 23 Muskingum† (A) W 59-54 J 14 Guilford (A) L 54-59 J 16 N.C. Wesleyan* (H) W 81-75 J 20 Methodist* (A) W 92-69 J 22 Virginia Wesleyan* (H) W 105-63 J 23 Christopher Newport* (H) W 81-75 J 26 St. Andrews* (H) L 58-59 J 30 Methodist* (H) W 96-77 F 3 N.C. Wesleyan* (A) W 67-64 F 6 Greensboro* (A) W 62-60 F 8 Averett* (H) W 73-56 F 12 Christopher Newport* (A) W 73-66 F 13 Virginia Wesleyan* (A) W 77-55 F 17 St. Andrews* (H) W 76-74 F 20 Greensboro* (H) W 69-66+ F 26 Virginia Wesleyan** (H) W 70-49 F 27 Christopher Newport** (N) L 61-70 ! - at Greensboro College + - Lenoir-Rhyne Tournament † - Muskingum Tournament * - DIAC games ** - DIAC Tournament

1988-89 14-13 Head Coach: Bob McEvoy N N N N D D D D D

18 Buffalo! (N) 19 St. Paul’s! (N) 22 Mt. Olive (H) 28 East Carolina (A) 2 Pembroke State (A) 5 Pfeiffer+ 7 Appalachian State (A) 10 VMI (A) 12 Armstrong State (H)

L W W L W W L L W

81-89 71-49 79-69 49-69 72-61 87-73 59-91 55-76 84-63

D 19 Pitt-Johnstown†# (N) W 92-71 D 20 Eckerd†# (N) W 85-66 J 6 Florida Atlantic (A) W 86-78 J 10 Florida Tech (A) L 86-100 J 14 Wofford (H) W 63-57 J 19 Fayetteville State (A) L 94-99 J 21 N.C. Wesleyan (H) L 62-64 J 23 Pembroke State (H) L 77-79 J 25 Longwood (H) L 71- 74 F 1 Winthrop (A) L 56-65 F 3 Davis & Elkins (H) W 91-58 F 9 Wofford (A) W 79-76 F 11 Greensboro (H) W 79-76 F 15 Fayetteville State (H) W 92-86 F 20 Davis & Elkins (A) W 91-75 F 25 Longwood (A) L 80-86+ M 2 Armstrong State (A) L 72-73 M 4 Liberty (A) L 83-84 ! - Longwood Tournament + - at Pembroke † - UNCG Classic # - Greensboro Coliseum

1989-90 6-22 Head Coach: Bob McEvoy (First season in Fleming) N 24 Paine! (N) L 73-77 N 25 Winston-Salem State! (N) W 67-65 N 27 Davis & Elkins (H) L 70-78 N 29 East Carolina# (H) L 57-60 D 2 Winthrop (A) L 78-85 D 6 VMI (A) L 50-76 D 9 Armstong State (H) L 86-89 D 16 Mt. Olive (A) W 76-73 D 19 Kentucky State+# (N) L 81-94 D 20 Pace+# (N) L 60-87 D 30 Rollins (A) L 73-76 J 2 Eckerd (A) L 56-80 J 4 Armstrong State (A) L 60-67 J 8 Cornell (A) L 56-78 J 13 Wofford (H) L 72-76 J 15 Longwood (H) W 73-70+ J 18 Fayetteville State (A) L 82-96 J 22 USC Spartanburg (A) L 57-75 J 24 North Carolina A&T (A) L 75-91 J 29 Pembroke State (A) L 76-84 F 2 Davis & Elkins (A) L 79-86 F 5 Pembroke State (H) L 63-66 F 8 USC Spartanburg (H) L 64-68 F 10 Greensboro (H) W 70-57 F 14 Fayetteville State (H) W 76-62 F 17 Wofford (A) L 58-67 F 21 Longwood (A) L 77-88 F 26 Queens (H) W 68-64 ! - Winston-Salem State Tournament # - Greensboro Coliseum + - UNCG Classic

1990-91 9-17 Head Coach: Bob McEvoy N 23 UNC Wilmington (A) N 28 Eastern Kentucky (A) D 1 Francis Marion (H) D 3 Winthrop (A) D 7 Wingate! (H) D 8 Pembroke State! (H) D 20 Colorado Christian (A) D 22 Denver (A) J 2 Lincoln Memorial (A) J 5 Cornell (H) J 7 Buffalo (H)

L L L L W L L W W W W

51-69 66-78 63-76 67-73 83-64 63-86 70-90 70-68 72-66 84-78 76-70

J 9 J 12 J 14 J 17 J 19 J 23 J 26 J 30 F 6 F 9 F 16 F 18 F 23 F 26 M 5

Francis Marion (A) L 63-64 Queens (H) L 56-61+ Pembroke State (A) L 64-73 Campbell (A) L 67-88 USC Aiken (H) W 87-72 N.C. A&T# (H) L 67-81 Wofford (H) L 72-76 Longwood (A) L 59-64 Lincoln Memorial (H) W 78-65 Longwood (H) W 65-58 Wofford (A) L 59-71 Pembroke State (H) W 80-64 Queens (A) L 77-79 USC Aiken (A) L 68-76 Liberty (H) L 63-70 ! - UNCG Classic # - Greensboro Coliseum

1991-92 7-21 Head Coach: Mike Dement N 23 #22 Wake Forest N 25 UNCW (H) N 27 Morehead State (H) N 30 Vermont (A) D 2 Fairleigh Dickinson (A) D 4 William & Mary (A) D 8 Central Florida (H) D 10 Campbell (H) D 16 Chattanooga (H) D 20 Cal State-Sacramento (A) D 23 St. Mary’s (A) D 30 Western Carolina (H) J 4 Central Florida (A) J 6 Chattanooga (A) J 8 Western Carolina (A) J 11 Siena (H) J 14 Liberty (A) J 20 Charleston Southern (H) J 23 Samford (A) J 30 North Carolina A&T (A) F 1 Liberty (H) F 5 Morehead State (A) F 8 Campbell (A) F 12 Eastern Kentucky (H) F 17 The Citadel (H) F 25 Maryland (A) F 29 Charleston Southern (A) M 2 Navy (A)

L 59-87 W 68-66 L 67-97 L 52-72 L 59-73 W 79-73+ W 66-63 L 51-53 L 62-64 W 72-63 L 49-71 W 81-79+ L 57-71 L 61-80 W 65-55 L 61-80 L 52-56 L 65-66 L 53-56 L 57-72 L 53-58 L 56-85 L 52-69 L 60-80 L 60-73 L 55-84 L 54-70 W 74-71

1992-93 10-17 Head Coach: Mike Dement D 1 William & Mary (H) L 76-81++ D 5 at Campbell% (A) L 54-72 D 7 Vermont (H) L 71-86 D 12 at Clemson (A) L 62-88 D 18 Central Florida (H) W 78-66 D 21 Winthrop (H) L 70-84 D 29 vs. Delaware! (N) L 60-67 D 30 vs. Army! (N) W 67-47 J 4 at Central Florida (A) L 66-72 J 9 at Siena (A) L 70-102 J 11 at Buffalo (A) L 62-64 J 13 Cal-State Sacramento (H) W 62-61 J 16 at Liberty (A) L 62-72 J 18 Samford (H) L 66-81 J 20 at West Virginia (A) L 56-77 J 23 Campbell (H) W 77-75+ J 25 College of Charleston (A) L 43-60 J 28 N.C. A&T+# (N) L 72-88 F 1 Chicago State (A) W 95-89 F 3 Fairleigh Dickinson (H) W 94-80

F 10 F 13 F 15 F 23 F 25 F 27 M 1

at The Citadel (A) L 47-53 College of Charleston (H) W 70-57 N.C. State (A) L 65-87 Chicago State (H) L 88-91+ Liberty (H) W 58-55 UNC Asheville (H) W 96-81 Navy (H) W 72-60 % - at Fayetteville, NC ! - Mt. St. Mary’s Tournament + - Wrangler-Nat Greene Classic # - Greensboro Coliseum

1993-94 15-12, 11-7 Big South (5th) Head Coach: Mike Dement (Not eligible for Big South Tourney - NCAA Transition) N 27 Middle Tennessee St. (A) W 70-56 N 29 Austin Peay State (A) W 69-66 D 2 N.C. State (A) L 65-75 D 6 Austin Peay State (H) W 90-74 D 8 Virginia Tech (A) L 59-86 D 21 William & Mary (A) W 93-82 D 28 The Citadel (A) L 46-63 D 29 Florida State (A) L 76-94 J 6 Radford* (H) W 77-67 J 8 Campbell* (A) L 58-68 J 12 Coastal Carolina* (A) W 82-77 J 15 UNC Asheville* (A) W 82-61 J 17 Winthrop* (H) W 83-60 J 22 UMBC* (H) W 69-68 J 24 Towson State* (H) L 56-62 J 26 N.C. A&T+# (N) L 80-88 J 29 Charleston Southern* (H) W 73-70 J 31 Liberty* (A) L 64-74 F 2 Winthrop* (A) W 86-69 F 9 Coastal Carolina* (H) W 85-64 F 12 Liberty* (H) L 65-63 F 14 Radford* (A) L 73-76 F 17 UNC Asheville* (H) W 69-44 F 19 UMBC* (A) W 80-63 F 21 Towson State* (A) L 74-75 F 24 Campbell* (H) W 71-58 F 26 Charleston Southern* (A) L 90-97+ + - Wrangler-Nat Greene Classic # - Greensboro Coliseum * - Big South game

1994-95 23-6, 14-2 Big South (1st) Head Coach: Mike Dement Big South Regular Season Champions N 26 #24 Wake Forest (A) D 1 William & Mary (H) D 3 Campbell! (A) D 7 Appalachian State (A) D 17 St. Francis (Pa.) (A) D 19 Akron (A) D 28 Buffalo% (N) D 29 Harvard% (N) J 4 Radford* (A) J 11 Coastal Carolina* (H) J 14 UNC Asheville* (H) J 16 Winthrop* (A) J 18 Charleston Southern* (A) J 21 UMBC* (A) J 23 Towson State* (A) J 25 N.C. A&T+# (N) J 28 Radford* (H) J 30 Liberty* (H) F 1 Florida State# (H) F 8 Coastal Carolina* (A)

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

55-75 84-71 72-52 77-71 75-48 47-44 68-70 76-65 84-68 79-68 74-57 94-71 77-67 80-69 66-73 73-56 89-62 67-54 65-75 87-68


Year-By-Year Results F 11 F 13 F 16 F 18 F 20 F 25 M 3 M 4 M 5

Liberty* (A) W 74-63 Winthrop* (H) W 94-71 UNC Asheville* (A) W 85-64 UMBC* (H) L 70-78 Towson State* (H) W 77-61 Charleston Southern* (H) W 98-70 Winthrop^ (N) W 75-51 Radford^ (N) W 71-59 Charleston Southern^ (N) L 67-68 ! - at Fayetteville, NC % - Pepsi-Iona Classic + - Wrangler-Nat Greene Classic # - Greensboro Coliseum * - Big South game ^ - Big South Tournament

1995-96 20-10, 11-3 Big South (1st) Head Coach: Randy Peele Big South Champions NCAA Tournament N 24 South Carolina (A) L 64-82 N 29 #12 Duke (A) L 57-71 D 2 Campbell (H) W 69-60 D 6 Appalachian State# (H) W 80-64 D 9 N.C. A&T+# (N) W 82-76 D 18 Hampton (A) W 86-78 D 22 Akron (H) W 82-57 D 27 Southern (A) L 78-98 D 30 SW Louisiana (A) L 64-77 J 2 St. Francis (H) W 67-47 J 13 Coastal Carolina* (H) W 85-60 J 18 UNC Asheville* (A) W 65-64 J 20 Winthrop* (A) W 82-60 J 22 UMBC* (H) W 77-65 J 24 Radford* (H) W 73-68 J 27 Charleston Southern* (H) W 90-64 J 29 Liberty* (H) W 63-56 J 31 #13 Virginia Tech (A) L 48-74 F 7 Radford* (A) L 67-81 F 10 Coastal Carolina* (A) W 75-62 F 12 UNC Asheville* (H) L 56-65 F 15 Liberty* (A) L 47-67 F 17 Winthrop* (H) W 89-60 F 19 UNC Charlotte (A) L 58-62 F 22 UMBC* (A) W 68-49 F 24 Charleston Southern* (A) W 70-59 F 29 Coastal Carolina$ (N) W 78-67 M 1 Charleston Southern$ (N) W 69-60 M 2 Liberty$ (A) W 79-53 M 15 Cincinnati& [7](N) L 61-66 # - Greensboro Coliseum + - Wrangler-Nat Greene Classic * - Big South game $ - Big South Tournament & - NCAA Southeast Regional

1996-97 10-20, 6-8 Big South (T-5th) Head Coach: Randy Peele N N N N D D D D D D D

23 William & Mary (A) 27 #21 Stanford% (N) 29 Arizona State% (N) 30 #12 Syracuse% (N) 5 Appalachian State (A) 7 N.C. A&T+#(N) 9 Virginia Tech (A) 21 Hamton (H) 28 Northern Illinois $ (N) 29 Drexel $ (N) 31 Georgia Tech (A)

L L W L L W L W L L L

57-69 52-88 55-53 56-73 56-82 66-62 50-66 71-59 72-73 61-69 40-65

J 4 J 6 J 8 J 11 J 15 J 18 J 20 J 22 J 25 J 29 F 1 F 3 F 6 F 8 F 13 F 15 F 20 F 22 F 26

Loyola (H) W 78-70 UMBC* (H) W 63-47 Appalachian State (H) L 70-78 Charleston Southern* (H) W 78-64 #13 Duke #(A) L 49-87 Radford* (A) L 58-72 Liberty* (A) W 52-46 Loyola (A) L 64-69 UNC Asheville* (H) L 65-68 UMBC* (A) W 81-77 Coastal Carolina* (A) W 66-58 Winthrop* (H) L 67-76 Liberty* (H) L 49-56 Charleston Southern* (A) L 72-79 Radford* (H) W 77-67 Winthrop* (A) L 64-70 UNC Asheville* (A) L 67-74 Coastal Carolina* (H) L 65-69 Radford^ (N) L 76-78 # - Greensboro Coliseum % - Carrs Great Alaska Shootout + - Wrangler-Nat Greene Classic $ - Franklin Life Classic (Charleston, SC) * - Big South game ^ - Big South Tournament

D 5 N.C. A&T# (H) L 79-83 D 7 VMI* (H) L 84-86 D 22 Tennessee (A) L 60-92 D 28 William & Mary (A) L 74-79 D 30 #2 Duke (A) L 58-104 J 4 Wofford* (H) L 65-77 J 6 Coastal Carolina (H) W 79-62 J 9 Western Carolina* (H) L 63-64 J 11 Davidson* (H) W 73-67 J 13 The Citadel* (A) L 53-61 J 16 Furman* (A) L 61-69 J 18 East Tennessee St.* (H) W 79-65 J 23 College of Charleston* (A) L 55-78 J 25 Appalachian State* (A) L 56-72 J 30 Chattanooga* (H) L 55-70 F 1 Appalachian State* (H) L 56-72 F 6 Davidson* (A) L 69-101 F 8 East Tennessee State* (A) L 57-74 F 13 Georgia Southern* (H) W 83-56 F 15 VMI* (A) L 67-82 F 20 Western Carolina* (A) W 68-50 F 25 Georgia Southern^# (N) L 78-81+ # - at Greensboro Coliseum * - Southern Conference game ^ - SoCon Tournament

1997-98 9-19, 6-9 SoCon (T-4th North) Head Coach: Randy Peele

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

N 16 Nebraska (A) L 51-75 N 22 Syracuse (A) L 53-83 N 29 William & Mary (H) L 55-68 D 3 #1 Duke (A) L 37-93 D 6 N.C. A&T# (N) W 77-66 D 18 Vanderbilt (A) L 65-83 D 20 Belmont (A) L 72-77+ D 29 Chattanooga*% (A) W 78-70 D 30 Richmond% (N) L 72-83 J 3 The Citadel* (H) W 69-61 J 6 VMI* (A) L 65-68 J 10 Georgia Southern* (A) W 67-63 J 12 Appalachian State* (A) L 61-78 J 14 Belmont (H) L 63-66+ J 17 East Tennessee State*(H) W 68-65 J 19 Western Carolina* (A) L 61-75 J 24 Wofford* (A) L 65-69 J 26 VMI* W 72-60 J 31 East Tennessee State* (A) L 54-74 F 2 Elon (H) W 73-62 F 4 Southern (H) L 79-93 F 7 Davidson* (H) L 68-69 F 9 Western Carolina* (H) L 62-65 F 14 Davidson* (A) L 59-76 F 17 Furman* (H) W 58-56 F 21 Appalachian State* (H) L 64-73 F 26 Western Carolina$# (N) W 60-59 F 27 Chattanooga$# (N) L 55-56 # - Greensboro Coliseum % - Dr. Pepper Classic (Chattanooga, TN) * - Southern Conference game $ - Southern Conference Tournament

N 20 James Madison (A) L 64-77 N 27 Northeastern (H) W 70-56 N 29 Elon (H) W 77-66 D 1 Coastal Carolina (A) W 78-76 D 4 Guilford (H) W 88-63 D 6 Norfolk State (H) W 80-74 D 15 #25 Wake Forest (A) L 62-71 D 18 Evansville (A) L 42-71 D 21 Winthrop (A) W 93-88++ D 28 Georgia Tech (A) L 73-97 J 4 VMI* (H) W 82-71 J 8 Davidson* (H) W 63-60 J 10 Georgia Southern* (A) L 71-78 J 15 Western Carolina* (A) L 81-87 J 17 East Tennessee St* (H) L 58-60 J 19 N.C. A&T# (N) L 71-80 J 22 College of Charleston* (H) L 59-73 J 24 VMI* (A) W 75-61 J 29 Davidson* (A) W 77-75 J 31 Furman* (H) W 79-69 F 3 Wofford* (A) L 63-76 F 9 Appalachian State* (A) L 66-81 F 12 Chattanooga* (A) W 74-70 F 14 Western Carolina* (H) W 75-53 F 19 East Tennessee St* (A) W 81-78 F 22 Appalachian State* (H) L 69-78 F 26 The Citadel* (H) W 75-58 M 2 Furman** (n) L 61-77 # - Greensboro Coliseum * - Southern Conference game ** - SoCon Tournament (Greenville, SC)

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

14 Nebraska (A) 18 Wake Forest (A) 21 St. Francis (H) 28 St. Francis (A) 30 William & Mary (H)

L L W L L

59-79 45-82 63-60 54-61 55-69

2000-01 19-12, 10-6 SoCon (2nd North) Head Coach: Fran McCaffery SoCon Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament N N N D

17 Minnesota (A) 21 Guilford (H) 25 West Virginia (A) 1 Northeastern (A)

L W L L

61-81 81-54 71-85 77-89

D 3 Saint Peter’s (A) W 79-73 D 5 North Carolina State (A) L 76-77 D 9 Norfolk State (A) W 82-70 D 22 Winthrop (H) W 76-63 D 28 East Carolina (H) L 92-104 D 31 UNC Asheville (H) W 77-76+ J 3 The Citadel* (A) L 68-70 J 6 Davidson* (H) W 69-68 J 8 Appalachian State*# (H) W 78-62 J 13 Furman* (A) L 52-70 J 15 VMI* (A) W 73-69 J 17 N.C. A&T# (N) W 67-65 J 20 Chattanooga* (H) W 84-83 J 22 Wofford* (H) W 80-56 J 27 Davidson* (A) W 63-61 J 29 East Tennessee St* (H) W 77-67 F 3 College of Charleston* (A) L 70-77 F 5 VMI* (H) W 79-58 F 10 Western Carolina* (H) W 95-81 F 13 East Tennessee St* (A) L 75-84 F 17 Georgia Southern* (H) L 68-72 F 19 Appalachian State* (A) W 63-60 F 24 Western Carolina* (A) L 58-63 M 2 Western Carolina** (N) W 91-69 M 3 Davidson** (N) W 73-68 M 4 Chattanooga** (N) W 67-66 M 15 Stanford& [2] (N) L 60-89 # - Greensboro Coliseum * - Southern Conference game ** - SoCon Tournament (Greenville, SC) & - NCAA West Regional (San Diego, CA)

2001-02 20-11, 11-5 SoCon (T-1st North) Head Coach: Fran McCaffery SoCon North Div. CoChampions National Invitation Tournament N 19 UNC Asheville (A) W 75-49 N 24 Middle Tennessee (A) L 58-74 N 27 Elon (A) W 70-55 D 1 Saint Peter’s (H) W 77-61 D 5 East Carolina (H) W 56-54 D 8 Delaware (H) W 65-50 D 10 Arkansas (A) L 74-89 D 20 Norfolk State (H) W 84-69 D 22 New Mexico (A) L 69-83 D 29 Ohio State (A) L 54-85 J 2 Chattanooga (A) L 74-77 J 5 Appalachian State* (H) W 87-63 J 8 VMI* (A) W 80-74 J 12 Georgia Southern* (A) W 79-67 J 14 East Tennessee St* (H) W 104-92 J 16 N.C. A&T# (N) W 85-67 J 19 Western Carolina* (A) L 77-87 J 23 Davidson* L 57-58 J 26 Wofford* (A) W 81-76 J 28 College of Charleston* (H) W 63-52 F 2 Western Carolina* (H) W 80-75 F 5 Davidson* (A) L 48-53 F 9 The Citadel* (H) W 81-68 F 12 East Tennessee St* (A) L 76-90 F 16 VMI* (H) W 74-71 F 18 Appalachian State* (A) W 83-68 F 23 Furman* (H) W 70-67 F 28 Wofford^ (N) W 70-41 M 1 Chattanooga^ (N) W 67-57 M 2 Davidson^ (N) L 58-68 M 14 Memphis~ (A) L 62-82 * Southern Conference Games # Game Played at Greensboro Coliseum


Year-By-Year Results ^ SoCon Tournament (N. Charleston, SC) ~ NIT First Round - Memphis, TN

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

^ SoCon Tournament (N. Charleston, SC)

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

N 19 Wagner^ (H) W 84-65 N 22 #2 Kansas^ (A) L 66-105 N 25 American (H) W 80-79+ N 30 Middle Tennesse (H) W 70-58 D 3 #3 Alabama (A) L 61-89 D 7 West Virginia (A) L 54-64 D 10 Syracuse (A) L 65-92 D 15 Elon# (H) L 57-58 D 19 Delaware (A) L 71-74 D 21 Norfolk State (A) L 70-75 D 31 High Point (A) L 74-81 J 4 East Tennessee St* (A) L 94-96+ J 7 Chattanooga*# L 56-72 J 11 Appalachian State* (A) L 60-91 J 13 VMI* (H) W 76-57 J 18 Georgia Southern* (H) L 78-83 J 22 Guilford (H) W 83-71 J 25 Davidson* (A) L 72-83 J 27 Western Carolina* (H) L 62-63 F 1 Wofford* (H) W 85-79 F 3 College of Charleston* (A) L 69-71 F 8 Western Carolina* (A) L 63-75 F 11 Davidson*# (H) L 77-84 F 15 The Citadel* (A) W 67-66 F 17 East Tennessee St* (H) L 73-75 F 22 VMI* (A) L 60-61 F 24 Appalachian State*# (H) L 68-71 F 27 Furman* (A) L 74-78+ M 5 Wofford ^ (N) L 73-77 * Southern Conference game ^ SoCon Tournament # at Greensboro Coliseum

N 19 Montreat (H) W 98-67 N 23 Coastal Carolina (H) W 79-73 N 27 #9 Duke (A) L 44-98 N 30 Bridgewater (H) W 92-55 D 3 Southern Mississippi^ (N) W 79-78 D 4 #23 Iowa^ (A) L 58-83 D 16 Guilford (H) W 96-65 D 18 Liberty (A) W 74-69 D 20 William & Mary (H) W 84-62 D 23 Wisconsin (A) L 53-85 D 29 Minnesota (A) L 59-94 J 5 Wofford* (H) W 61-44 J 8 Appalachian State* (A) W 84-77 J 10 Furman* (A) L 65-82 J 15 Western Carolina* (H) W 66-54 J 18 East Tennessee St* (H) W 79-76+ J 22 Citadel* (A) W 78-68 J 24 College of Charleston* (A) L 67-79 J 29 Chattonooga* (H) W 62-57 J 31 Elon* (A) L 50-54 F 5 Davidson* (H) L 69-78 F 8 Georgia Southern* (H) L 79-85 F 12 East Tennessee St* (A) L 78-105 F 14 Chattanooga* (A) L 68-82 F 19 Appalachian State* (H) W 92-73 F 22 Elon* (H) W 69-60 F 25 Western Carolina* (A) W 79-76 M 3 Georgia Southern$ (N) W 73-71 M 4 Davidson$ (N) W 73-68 M 5 Chattanooga$ (N) L 62-66 *Southern Conference game ^ Hawkeye Classic $ SoCon Tournament (Chattanooga, TN)

2003-04 11-1, 7-9 SoCon (t-3rd North) Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

2005-06 12-19, 4-10 SoCon (5th North) Head Coach: Mike Dement

N 21 Indiana (A) L 64-71 N 13 UW-Green Bay % (N) N 25 Campbell (A) W 78-66 N 14 Morgan State % (N) N 29 Greensboro (H) W 69-41 N 15 UT-Arlington % (N) D 3 Furman* (H) W 73-65 N 22 Vanderbilt (A) D 6 American (A) L 45-65 N 26 HAMPTON D 9 Campbell (H) W 79-61 N 30 South Carolina (A) D 13 High Point (H) L 72-85 D 3 College of Charleston*(H) D 18 Coastal Carolina (A) L 72-77 D 6 East Carolina (A) D 21 #10 Missouri (A) L 98-106 D 11 Gardner-Webb D 23 #24 Maryland (A) L 58-85 D 16 Greensboro D 28 Villanova (A) L 63-84 D 19 Delaware (A) J 5 Chattanooga* (A) L 70-76 D 21 William & Mary (A) J 10 East Tennessee St* (H) L 68-72 D 31 #1 Duke # J 13 College of Charleston* (H) L 70-72 J 3 #13 N.C. State (A) J 17 Appalachian State* (A) W 74-61 J 7 Chattanooga * (A) J 19 Western Carolina* (A) L 69-80 J 11 Montreat J 24 The Citadel* (H) W 75-66 J 14 Elon (A) J 31 Davidson* (A) L 69-80 J 16 Western Carolina* F 2 East Tennessee St* (A) L 65-86 J 21 Appalachian State * F 7 Elon* (H) W 67-53 J 23 The Citadel* F 9 Wofford* (A) W 85-80 J 28 Georgia Southern* (A) F 14 Chattanooga* (H) L 74-87 J 30 Wofford* (A) F 17 Appalachian State* (H) L 60-82 F 4 Furman* (H) F 21 Georgia Southern* (A) W 80-79 F 8 Davidson* (A) F 23 Western Carolina* (H) W 78-65 F 11 Chattanooga* F 25 Liberty (H) W 74-63 F 18 St. Peter’s+ (A) 108-112+++ F 28 Elon* (A) L F 21 Western Carolina* (A) M 3 Wofford^ (N) L 82-85+ F 23 Appalachian State* (A) * Southern Conference Games F 25 Elon*

L 48-71 W 62-49 W 61-49 L 53-85 W 75-72 L 55-77 W 72-58 W 78-70 W 76-68 W 85-47 L 77-89 L 73-83 L 69-102 L 52-83 L 69-78 W 96-68 L 56-62 L 76-87 W 62-60 W 65-46 L 78-86 L 78-84++ W 65-59 L 73-92 L 67-76 L 76-80+ L 53-67 L 70-75 L 82-87

M 2 Western Carolina^ (N) W 69-65 M 3 Elon^ (N) L 61-64+ *Southern Conference game % BCA Classic (Seattle, WA) # at Greensboro Coliseum + BracketBuster event ^ SoCon Tournament (No. Charleston, SC)

2006-07 16-14, 12-6 SoCon (2nd North) Head Coach: Mike Dement N 11 Marshall (A) L 80-82+ N 13 Penn State (A) L 56-69 N 16 #11 Duke (A) L 48-75 N 18 East Carolina (H) L 64-72 N 21 Gardner-Webb (A) W 79-67 N 27 Wofford* (H) W 77-54 N 30 Hampton (A) L 64-71 D 4 Davidson* (H) L 63-66 D 9 Furman* (A) W 91-86++ D 21 St. Peter’s (H) W 79-58 D 23 Delaware (H) W 74-64 D 30 Georgia Southern* (A) W 68-47 J 2 N.C. State (A) L 93-95+ J 6 Western Carolina (A) L 54-57 J 8 Elon (A) W 72-68 J 10 Virginia Tech# (H) L 51-74 J 13 Chattanooga* (H) W 67-57 J 18 Appalachian State* (H) W 80-76 J 20 The Citadel* (A) W 47-44 J 27 Furman* (H) W 69-54 J 29 Georgia Southern* (H) W 65-62 F 3 Davidson* (A) L 65-75 F 5 Wofford* (A) L 75-80+ F 10 College of Charleston* (H) L 59-81 F 12 Elon* (H) W 86-73 F 14 Western Carolina* (H) W 79-68 F 17 UNC Wilmington+ (H) W 73-66 F 22 Appalachian State* (A) L 66-80 F 24 Chattanooga* (A) W 68-61 M 1 Furman^ (N) L 71-73 *Southern Conference game # at Greensboro Coliseum + BracketBuster series ^ SoCon Tournament (No. Charleston, SC)

2007-08 19-12, 12-8 SoCon (3rd North) Head Coach: Mike Dement N 9 Georgia Tech (A) W N 16 UT-Pan American (N) W N 17 Missouri State (A) L N 24 USC Upstate (H) W D 1 Kent State (H) L D 4 Virginia Tech (A) L D 8 Wofford* (A) L D 15 Furman* (H) W D 22 Fordham (A) W D 29 UNC Wilmington (A) W J 2 Central Arkansas (H) W J 5 Georgia Southern* (H) W J 7 The Citadel* (H) W J 10 Chattanooga* (A) L J 12 Appalachian State* (A) L J 19 Elon* W J 24 College of Charleston* (A) W J 26 The Citadel* (A) W F 2 Elon* (H) W F 4 Georgia Southern* (A) L F 7 Wofford* (H) L F 10 Furman* (A) L

83-74 70-56 52-79 93-76 64-71 39-67 65-66 75-63 58-54 72-55 80-62 79-67 84-54 73-78 68-91 61-57 88-71 74-63 89-60 78-80 56-59 59-69

F 13 F 16 F 19 F 21 F 25 F 28 M 3 M 8 M 9

Davidson* (H) L 78-83 Appalachian State* (H) W 79-55 Davidson* (A) L 66-75 Western Carolina* (A) W 74-62 College of Charleston* (H) W 75-67 Chattanooga* (H) W 87-64 Western Carolina* (H) W 60-55 Appalachian State^ (N) W 63-46 #25 Davidson^ (N) L 52-82 *Southern Conference game ^ SoCon Tournament (No. Charleston, SC)

2008-09 5-25, 12-6 SoCon (6th North) Head Coach: Mike Dement N 14 Charlotte (A) L 59-77 N 17 Webber International (H) W 90-78 N 22 Central Arkansas (A) L 60-73 N 30 NC State (A) L 52-79 D 4 The Citadel* (H) L 50-57 D 6 College of Charleston* (H) L 62-77 D 13 East Carolina (A) L 53-97 D 18 Kent State (A) L 62-73 D 20 Dayton (A) L 44-75 D 31 Akron (H) L 53-75 J 3 Princeton (A) L 55-65 J 8 Western Carolina* (A) L 75-80 J 10 Appalachian State* (A) W 85-83+ J 15 Georgia Southern* (H) L 62-73 J 17 Elon* (A) W 89-72 J 22 Chattanooga* (H) L 54-72 J 24 Samford* (H) L 61-76 J 26 Furman* (A) L 54-59 J 29 College of Charleston* (A) L 73-89 J 31 The Citadel* (A) L 60-66 F 5 Davidson*# (H) L 54-75 F 7 Georgia Southern* (A) W 84-76 F 9 Wofford* (H) L 57-69 F 12 Samford* (A) L 60-73 F 14 Chattanooga* (A) L 75-84 F 19 Appalachian State* (H) L 69-70 F 21 Western Carolina* (H) L 56-69 F 25 Davidson* (A) L 49-70 F 28 Elon* (H) W 74-66 M 6 College of Charleston^ (N) L 56-69 *Southern Conference game ^ SoCon Tournament (No. Charleston, SC) # at Greensboro Coliseum

2009-10 8-23, 6-12 SoCon (3rd North) Head Coach: Mike Dement (First Full season in Greensboro Coliseum) N 13 #9 Duke (A) N 17 Virginia Tech (A) N 20 #22 Clemson (H) N 24 USC Upstate (A) N 28 East Carolina (H) D 5 Samford* (A) D 7 College of Charleston (H) D 13 Princeton (H) D 18 Akron (A) D 22 Richmond (A) D 28 Wake Forest (H) D 31 NC State (H) J 3 Maryland (H) J 7 Wofford* (H) J 9 Furman* (H) J 11 Chattanooga* (A)

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

62-96 46-59 67-89 76-70 61-82 73-40 64-67 50-65 59-83 63-89 60-75 67-89 63-97 62-79 88-78 45-58


Year-By-Year Results J 14 Western Carolina* (A) L 69-79 J 16 Appalachian State* (A) L 64-72 J 21 Chattanooga* (H) W 62-49 J 23 Samford*@ (H) L 67-70 J 28 Elon* (H) W 63-55 F 4 Furman* (A) L 64-72 F 6 Wofford* (A) L 59-77 F 8 Appalachian State* (H) L 69-75 F 15 Western Carolina* (H) L 70-75 F 17 Elon* (A) L 65-70 F 20 The Citadel* (A) W 59-53 F 24 Davidson* (A) L 56-60 M 1 Georgia Southern* (H) W 81-79 M 5 Furman ^ (N) W 66-65 M 6 Wofford ^ (N) L 46-59 *Southern Conference game @-game played at Fleming Gym ^ SoCon Tournament (No. Charleston, SC)

2010-11 7-24, 6-12 SoCon (5th North) Head Coach: Mike Dement N 12 VCU (A) L 86-101 N 14 Florida State (H) L 73-97 N 21 #22 Virginia Tech (H) L 70-92 N 27 East Carolina (A) L 53-81 N 29 North Carolina A&T (H) L 70-82 D 2 Wofford* (A) L 90-92 D 6 Furman* (H) L 68-81 D 8 Maryland (A) L 56-99 D 15 Wake Forest (A) L 67-69 D 19 Clemson (A) L 61-71 D 22 Richmond (H) L 53-63 D 29 #1 Duke (H) L 62-108 J 6 Samford* (H) L 64-68 J 8 Chattanooga* (H) L 65-70 J 10 Elon* (H) L 65-80 J 13 Appalachian State* (A) W 75-74 J 17 Davidson* (H) W 77-69 J 20 Georgia Southern* (H) W 87-75 J 27 Chattanooga* (A) L 110-111++ J 29 Samford* (A) W 91-72 F 2 Appalachian State* (H) L 78-80+ F 5 Western Carolina* (A) L 73-83 F 7 The Citadel* (H) W 86-74 F 12 College of Charleston* (A) L 69-87 F 15 Miami (H) L 58-78 F 19 Elon* (A) L 90-99 F 21 Western Carolina* (H) L 66-70 F 24 Georgia Southern* (A) W 57-56 F 26 Davidson* (A) L 67-78 M 4 Davidson^ (N) W 71-64 M 5 Western Carolina^ (N) L 66-77 *-Southern Conference game ^-SoCon Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.)

2011-12 13-19, 10-8 SoCon (1st North) Head Coach: Mike Dement & Wes Miller (Miller named interim coach Dec. 13 SoCon North Division Champions N N N N N N D

11 Tennessee (A)$ 14 Georgetown (A)$ 17 UNC Pembroke (H) 19 Middle Tennessee (A)# 20 Towson (N)# 28 N.C. A&T (A) 1 Appalachian State (A)

L L W L W L L

63-92 45-86 71-58 60-82 72-60 65-87 64-78

D 3 Western Carolina (A) D 5 Elon (H) D 11 Florida State (A) D 16 East Carolina (H)& D 19 #5 Duke (A) D 22 VCU (H) D 30 Richmond (A) J 2 Miami (A) J 5 Davidson (H) J 12 College of Charleston (A) J 14 The Citadel (A) J 19 Chattanooga (H) J 22 Samford (H) J 26 Appalachian State (H) J 28 Western Carolina (H) F 2 The Citadel (H) F 4 Furman (A) F 9 Samford (A) F 11 Chattanooga (A) F 15 College of Charleston (H) F 18 Georgia Southern (A) F 21 Wofford (H) F 25 Elon (A) M 3 Appalachian State^ (N) M 4 Western Carolina ^ (N)

L 69-73 L 72-80 L 60-75 L 62-71 L 63-90 L 68-80 L 58-78 L 89-99 L 63-92 W 73-66 W 67-66 W 81-72 W 61-60 W 77-73+ W 89-86+ W 82-71 L 85-93 W 71-69 W 77-76 W 78-63 L 69-83 L 56-68 L 79-93 W 65-55 L 77-82

$ Maui Invitational preliminary game # Maui Invitational Mainland Regional (Murfreesboro, Tenn.) & First game for Wes Miller as head coach * Southern Conference game ^ SoCon Tournament (Asheville, N.C.)

2012-13 9-22, 6-12 SoCon (6th North) Head Coach: Wes Miller N. 9 High Point (A) L 73-81 N. 12 Winston-Salem St. (H) W 81-65 N. 16 East Carolina (A) L 73-76 N. 19 Virginia Tech (H) L 87-96 N. 25 Rutgers (H) L 80-87 N. 28 N.C. A&T (H) L 79-90 D. 1 The Citadel* (H) W 84-54 D. 16 James Madison (A) L 73-85 D. 19 UNCW (A) L 73-87 D. 22 Wake Forest (H) L 70-84 D. 31 NC State (A) L 68-89 J. 5 Davidson (A) L 53-85 J. 9 Lees-McRae (H) W 86-47 J. 12 Western Carolina* (A) L 59-62 J. 14 Appalachian State* (A) L 70-83 J. 16 Wofford* (H) W 71-52 J. 20 Furman* (H) L 61-69 J. 24 Samford* (H) W 66-64 J. 27 Chattanooga* (H) W 77-69 J. 31 Elon* (H) L 66-72 F. 2 Coll. of Charlston* (A) L 59-81 F. 7 Furman* (A) W 88-65 F. 9 Wofford* (A) L 50-59 F. 14 Western Carolina* (H) L 68-70 F. 17 Appalachian St.* (H) L 68-76 F. 21 Chattanooga* (A) W 94-68 F. 23 Samford* (A) L 71-75 F. 27 Georgia Southern* (H) L 60-66 M. 2 Elon* (A) L 66-80 M. 8 Chattanooga ^ W 87-81 M. 9 Elon ^ L 61-68. * Southern Conference game ^ SoCon Tournament (Asheville, N.C.)

2013-14 14-18, 7-9 SoCon (Sixth Overall) Head Coach: Wes Miller N 8 High Point (H) N 11 East Carolina (H) N 17 Chowan (H) N 20 Greensboro (H) # N 25 Louisiana Tech (N) $ N 26 San Diego (N) $ N 27 Stetson (N) $ D 3 Presbyterian (H) D 7 North Carolina (A) D 11 Claflin (H) D 14 Rutgers (A) D 18 James Madison (H) D 21 Wake Forest (A) D 28 Virginia Tech (A) D 30 NC State (H) J 2 Western Carolina * (A) J 6 Furman * (H) J 9 Appalachian State * (A) J 16 The Citadel * (H) J 18 Davidson * (H) J 23 Samford * (A) J 25 Chattanooga * (A) J 30 Appalachian State * (H) F 1 Georgia Southern * (H) F 6 Elon * (A) F 13 Georgia Southern * (A) F 16 Western Carolina * (H) F 19 Elon * (H) F 23 Chattanooga * (H) F 27 Davidson * (A) M 1 Wofford * (A) M 7 The Citadel ^ (N)

W 82-74 L 84-85 W 97-58 W 92-62 L 62-99 L 71-83 W 75-68 L 66-87 L 50-81 W 75-70 L 72-89 W 78-65 L 51-59 W 55-52 L 64-68 L 51-72 W 90-82 W 66-60 W 69-65+ L 82-93 L 78-88 L 67-77 W 66-61 L 62-64 L 66-72 W 68-56 L 77-82+ L 68-81 W 88-84 L 46-79 W 73-71 L 76-86

# Gulf Coast Showcase (Greensboro, N.C.) $ Gulf Coast Showcase (Estero, Fla) * Southern Conference game ^ SoCon Tournament (Asheville, N.C.)


All-Time Series Records Opponent W-L First Met Last Met Result Akron 2-2 12/19/1994 12/18/2009 L 59-83 Alabama 0-1 12/3/2003 12/3/2003 L 61-89 Allegheny 0-1 12/9/1987 12/9/1987 L-ot 68-70 Alma 0-1 1978-79 1978-79 L 66-78 American 1-2 12/5/1985 12/6/2003 L 45-65 Appalachian St 22-22 2/9/1983 1/30/2014 W, 66-61 Arizona State 1-0 11/29/1996 11/29/1996 W 55-53 Arkansas 0-1 12/10/2001 12/10/2001 L 74-89 Armstrong State 1-4 1978-79 1/4/1990 L 60-67 Army 1-0 12/30/1993 12/30/1993 W 67-47 Atlantic Christian 0-2 11/16/1984 12/11/1985 L 65-84 Austin Peay St. 2-0 11/29/1993 12/6/1993 W 90-74 Averett 25-6 1973-74 12/8/1988 W 73-56 Baldwin-Wallace 0-1 11/21/1987 11/21/1987 L 83-86 Barber-Scotia 0-6 1969-70 1971-72 L 75-97 Belmont (Tenn.) 0-2 12/20/1997 1/14/1998 L-ot 63-66 Bridgewater (Va.) 2-1 1973-74 11/30/2004 W 92-55 Buffalo 1-3 11/18/1988 12/28/1994 L 68-70 Cal St. Sacramento 2-0 12/20/1991 1/13/1993 W 62-61 Campbell 6-5 1/17/1991 12/9/2003 W 79-61 Catawba 0-1 12/3/1981 12/3/1981 L 55-86 Catholic 1-1 11/26/1984 12/7/1985 L 66-71 Central Arkansas 1-1 1/2/2008 11/22/2008 L 60-73 Central Florida 2-2 12/8/1991 1/4/1993 L 66-72 Central Wesleyan 2-5 1971-72 1978-79 L 78-100 Charleston Southern 7-5 1/20/1992 2/8/1997 L 72-79 Charlotte 0-9 1967-68 11/14/2008 L 59-77 Chattanooga 16-19 1/6/1992 2/23/14 W, 88-84 Chicago State 1-1 2/1/1993 2/23/1993 L-ot 88-91 Chowan 1-0 11/17/2013 11/17/2013 W, 97-58 Christopher Newp. 19-22 1970-71 2/27/1988 L 61-70 The Citadel 17-8 1/5/1980 3/7/2014 L, 76-86 Claflin 1-0 12/11/2013 12/11/2013 W, 75-70 Clemson 0-3 12/12/1992 12/19/10 L 61-71 Clinch Valley 0-1 1972-73 1972-73 L-ot 79-80 Coastal Carolina 11-2 1/12/1994 11/23/2005 W 79-73 Coll. of Charleston 9-21 1967-68 2/2/2013 L, 59-81 Coker 3-1 1974-75 12/2/1981 W 96-94 Colorado Christian 0-1 12/20/1990 12/20/1990 L 70-90 Cornell 1-1 1/8/1990 1/5/1991 W 84-78 Davidson 9-24 2/7/1998 2/27/2014 L, 46-79 Davis & Elkins 2-2 2/3/1989 2/2/1990 L 79-86 Dayton 0-1 12/20/2008 12/20/2008 L 44-75 Delaware 2-3 12/29/1992 12/23/2006 W 74-64 Denison 1-0 12/22/1987 12/22/1987 W 61-51 Denver 1-0 12/22/1990 12/22/1990 W 70-68 Drexel 0-1 12/29/1996 12/29/1996 L 61-69 Duke 0-10 11/29/1995 12/19/11 L 63-90 Earlham 1-0 1978-79 1978-79 W 81-70 Eastern Kentucky 0-2 11/28/1990 2/12/1992 L 60-80 Eastern Mennonite 2-2 1968-69 11/22/1986 W 76-52 East Carolina 2-10 11/28/1988 11/12/2013 L, 84-85 East Tennessee St. 7-11 12/22/1983 2/12/2005 L 78-105 Eckerd 1-1 12/20/1988 1/2/1990 L 56-80 Elmhurst 0-1 1976-77 1976-77 L 71-80 Elon 13-24 1971-72 2/19/2014 L, 68-81 Emory & Henry 1-1 1977-78 1977-78 L 35-40 Evansville 0-1 12/18/1999 12/18/1999 L 42-71 Fairleigh Dickinson 1-1 12/2/1991 2/3/1993 W 94-80 Fayetteville State 2-2 1/19/1989 1/8/1990 L 82-96 Ferrum 4-0 12/14/1985 11/24/1988 W 76-72 Findlay 1-0 11/20/1982 1/20/1982 W 72-64 Florida Atlantic 1-0 1/6/1989 1/6/1989 W 86-78 Florida Presbyterian 0-1 1970-71 1970-71 L 69-102 Florida State 0-4 12/29/1993 12/11/11 L 60-75 Florida Tech 1-1 1/3/1981 1/10/1989 L 86-100

Opponent W-L First Met Last Met Result Fordham 1-0 12/22/2007 12/22/2007 W 58-54 Francis Marion 0-2 12/1/1990 1/9/1991 L 63-64 Frostburg State 0-1 11/22/1985 11/22/1985 L 59-75 Furman 12-12 2/17/1998 1/6/2014 W, 90-82 Gardner-Webb 2-0 12/11/2005 11/21/2006 W 79-67 George Mason 0-3 1971-72 12/3/1987 L 79-107 Georgetown 0-1 11/14/11 11/14/11 L 45-86 Georgia Southern 13-11 1/10/1998 2/13/2014 W, 68-56 Georgia Tech 1-2 12/31/1996 11/9/2007 W 83-74 Greensboro Coll. 29-29 1967-68 11/20/2013 W, 92-62 Guilford 9-6 2/5/1980 12/16/2005 W 96-65 Hampden-Sydney 1-2 12/11/1981 11/20/1987 L 75-77 Hampton 3-1 12/18/1995 11/30/2006 L 64-71 Harvard 1-0 12/29/1994 12/29/1994 W 76-65 Haverford 0-1 1976-77 1976-77 L 76-80 High Point 2-7 1974-75 11/8/2013 W, 82-74 Indiana 0-1 11/21/2003 11/21/2003 L 64-71 Iowa 0-1 12/4/2004 12/4/2004 L 58-53 James Madison 1-5 1969-70 12/18/2013 W, 78-65 Kalamazoo 0-1 1978-79 1978-79 L 82-94 Kansas 0-1 11/22/2002 11/22/2002 L 66-105 Kent State 0-2 12/1/2007 12/18/2008 L 62-73 Kentucky St. 0-1 12/19/1989 12/19/1989 L 81-94 Lander 0-1 1969-70 1969-70 L 74-95 Lees-McRae 1-0 2012-13 1/9/2013 W, 86-47 Lenior-Rhyne 0-1 11/27/1987 11/27/1987 L 63-70 Liberty 8-9 3/4/1989 12/18/2004 W 74-69 Lincoln Memorial 2-0 1/2/1991 2/6/1991 W 78-65 Longwood 2-6 1977-78 2/9/1991 W 65-58 Louisiana Tech 0-1 11/25/2013 11/25/2013 L, 62-99 Loyola (Md.) 1-1 1/4/1997 1/22/1997 L 64-69 Lynchburg 2-15 1968-69 1975-76 L 72-86 Mars Hill 1-0 11/28/1987 11/28/1987 W 71-57 Marshall 0-1 11/11/2006 11/11/2006 L-ot 80-82 Maryland 0-4 2/25/1992 12/8/10 L 56-99 UMBC 5-1 1/22/1994 2/22/1996 W 68-49 Mary Washington 2-0 1/9/1980 1/12/1981 W 97-75 Mercer 0-3 1/5/1981 11/29/1986 L 45-65 Methodist 20-30 1967-68 1/30/1988 W 96-77 Miami (Fla.) 0-2 2/15/11 1/2/12 L 89-99 Middle Tennessee St. 2-2 11/27/1993 11/19/11 L 60-82 Minnesota 0-2 11/17/2000 12/29/2004 L 59-94 Missouri 0-1 12/21/2003 12/21/2003 L 98-106 Missouri State 0-1 11/17/2007 11/17/2007 L 52-79 Montreat 2-0 11/19/2004 1/11/2006 W 96-68 Morehead State 0-2 11/27/1991 2/5/1992 L 56-85 Morgan State 1-0 11/14/2005 11/14/2005 W 62-49 Mt. Olive 3-0 1/27/1986 12/16/1989 W 76-73 Muskingum 1-1 12/23/1985 12/23/1987 W 59-54 Navy 2-0 3/2/1992 3/1/1993 W 72-60 Nebraska 0-2 11/16/1997 11/14/1998 L 59-79 New Mexico 0-1 12/22/2001 12/22/2001 L 69-83 New Orleans 0-1 12/5/1984 12/5/1984 L 55-80 North Carolina 0-1 12/7/2013 12/7/2013 L, 50-81 N.C. A&T 6-10 1/24/1990 11/28/2012 L, 79-90 NC State 0-9 2/15/1993 12/30/2013 L, 64-68 NC Wesleyan 30-16 1967-68 1/21/1989 L 62-64 Norfolk State 3-1 12/6/1999 12/21/2002 L 70-75 Northern Illinois 0-1 12/28/1996 12/28/1996 L 72-73 Northeastern 1-1 11/27/1999 12/1/2000 L 77-89 Ohio State 0-1 12/29/2001 12/29/2001 L 54-85 Oklahoma 0-1 12/1/1979 12/1/1979 L 62-90 Oglethorpe 0-1 11/18/1983 11/18/1983 L 60-75 Pace 0-1 12/20/1989 12/20/1989 L 60-87 Paine 0-1 11/24/1989 11/24/1989 L 73-77 Penn State 0-1 11/13/2006 11/13/2006 L 56-69 Piedmont Bible 3-0 12/12/1983 12/2/1985 W 101-35

Opponent W-L First Met Last Met Result Pfeiffer 1-3 1971-72 12/5/1988 W 87-73 Pittsburgh-Johnstown 1-0 12/19/1988 12/19/1988 W 92-71 Presbyterian 0-1 12/3/2013 12/3/2013 L, 66-87 Princeton 0-2 1/3/2009 12/13/2009 L 50-65 Queens (NC) 1-2 2/26/1990 2/23/1991 L 77-79 Radford 6-4 1/6/1994 2/26/1997 L 76-78 Rice 0-1 1976-77 1976-77 L 65-90 Richmond 0-4 12/30/1997 12/30/11 L 58-78 Roanoke 0-2 1977-78 1978-79 L 75-88 Rollins 0-1 12/30/1989 12/30/1989 L 73-76 Rutgers 0-2 2012-13 12/14/2013 L, 72-89 St. Andrews 23-21 1968-69 2/17/1988 W 76-74 St. Francis (Pa.) 2-1 12/17/1994 11/21/1998 W 63-60 St. Mary’s (Calif.) 0-1 12/23/1991 12/23/1991 L 49-71 St. Paul’s (Va.) 1-1 1977-78 11/19/1988 W 71-49 Saint Peter’s (N.J.) 3-1 12/3/2000 12/21/2006 W 79-58 Samford 5-8 1/23/1992 1/23/2014 L, 78-88 San Diego 0-1 11/26/2013 11/26/2013 L, 72-83 Savannah State 0-1 1979-80 1979-80 L 58-61 Shenandoah 2-0 1977-78 1/9/1987 W 83-46 Shorter 1-0 11/19/1983 11/19/1983 W 75-62 Siena 0-2 1/11/1992 1/19/1993 L 70-102 USC Aiken 1-1 1/19/1991 2/26/1991 L 68-76 USC Upstate 2-3 1982-83 11/24/2009 W 76-70 South Carolina 0-2 11/24/1995 11/30/2005 L 55-77 South Florida 0-1 12/6/1980 12/6/1980 L 44-62 Southern (La.) 0-2 12/27/1995 2/4/1998 L 79-93 Southern Mississippi 1-0 12/3/2004 12/3/2004 W 79-78 Southwestern 0-1 1979-80 1979-80 L 80-88 SW Louisiana 0-2 12/3/1984 12/30/1995 L 64-77 Stanford 0-2 11/23/1996 3/15/2001 L 60-89 Stetson 1-0 11/27/2013 11/27/2013 W, 76-68 Syracuse 0-3 11/30/1996 12/10/2002 L 65-92 Tennessee 0-1 12/22/1998 12/22/1998 L 60-92 UT-Arlington 1-0 11/15/2005 11/15/2005 W 61-49 UT-Pan American 1-0 11/16/2007 11/16/2007 W 70-56 Tennessee 0-1 11/11/11 11/11/11 L 63-92 Thiel 1-0 12/19/1981 12/19/1981 W 118-94 Tiffin 1-0 11/21/1980 11/21/1980 W 96-92 Towson 2-3 1/24/1994 11/20/11 W 72-60 Tulsa 0-1 11/30/1979 11/30/1979 L 51-73 UNC Asheville 8-3 2/27/1993 11/19/2001 W 75-49 UNC Pembroke 3-5 2/2/1988 11/17/11 W 71-58 UNC Wilmington 3-2 11/23/1991 12/19/2012 L, 73-87 Union (Ky.) 0-1 11/24/1980 11/20/1984 L 81-82 Vanderbilt 0-2 12/18/1997 11/22/2005 L 53-85 Vermont 0-2 11/30/1991 12/7/1992 L 71-86 VCU 0-2 11/12/10 12/22/11 L 68-80 VMI 8-7 1978-79 2/22/2003 L 60-61 Virginia Tech 1-8 12/8/1993 12/28/2013 W, 55-52 Virginia Wesleyan 21-19 1970-71 2/26/1988 W 70-49 Wabash 1-0 12/30/1986 12/30/1986 W 60-59 Wagner 1-0 11/19/2002 11/19/2002 W 84-65 Wake Forest 0-8 11/23/1991 12/21/2013 L, 51-59 Warren Wilson 4-0 1976-77 11/24/1979 W 95-56 Washington & Lee 2-4 1976-77 1/13/1987 W 73-61 Webber International 1-0 11/17/2008 11/17/2008 W 90-78 West Virginia 0-3 1/20/1993 12/7/2002 L 54-64 Western Carolina 16-28 1/3/1979 2/16/2014 L, ot-77-82 Wheaton 0-1 1976-77 1976-77 L 73-102 William & Mary 4-6 1991-92 12/21/2005 L 73-83 Wingate 1-0 12/7/1990 12/7/1990 W 83-64 Winston-Salem State 2-0 11/25/1989 11/12/2012 W, 81-65 Winthrop 9-6 2/1/1989 12/22/2000 W 76-63 Wisconsin 0-1 12/23/2005 12/23/2005 L 53-85 Wisconsin-Green Bay 0-1 11/13/2005 11/13/2005 L 48-71 Wittenberg 0-1 12/29/1986 12/29/1986 L 64-82 Wofford 10-21 11/30/1985 2/9/2013 L, 50-59


Working Credentials Credentials will be issued upon request to working members of the print and broadcast media. Internet-based media members will be provided credentials on a space-available basis. The UNCG Media Relations Office retains the right to deny or revoke credentials to media outlets or a specific member of the media. All requests for credentials must be received no later than 36 hours before the game. Credential requests made on the day of the game can not be guaranteed and should be avoided. Media members will have parking passes mailed to them in advance of the game. All media credentials will be picked up at the media entrance at the Greensboro Coliseum. The media entrance at the Greensboro Coliseum is located off of the service drive between the Coliseum and the Special Events Center. (This is the traditional media/player entrance during the NCAA Tournament.) Any outlet that is issued a season credential should still contact the media relations office to obtain courtside seating for all events. Professional scouts should contact the sports information office for press row space. Professional scouts will be required to buy a ticket and shall only receive space on press row if seats are available. Spouses, dates and children will not be granted working credentials. Non-working media will only be issued credentials on a space-available basis. Requests for media credentials should be sent to Matt McCollester, Director of Media Relations, at 336-676-3407 or matt.mccollester@ uncg.edu. Media Parking Parking passes are obtained through the UNCG Media Relations Office. They are required to gain entrance into the Coliseum parking lots. Without a pass, media members will be required to pay to gain entrance. Requests made within the 36 hours prior to gametime will NOT be provided parking passes. Photographers Accredited photographers may shoot from either baseline, but must contact the UNCG Media Relations Office for credentials. Photography from press row is not allowed without the expressed consent of a UNCG Media Relations staff member. Photographers will not be allowed to use the wireless network at the Greensboro Coliseum. Please use the hardwire line provided in the media room for sending photographs. Interviews

Gameday Head coach Wes Miller will be available for postgame interviews in the interview room (for home games, located across the hall from the visitors locker room/near the media workroom) following his commitment to radio interviews. Requested players will be available at that time, as well. Up to three players will be brought to the interview room. Additional interviews can be arranged for in areas near the media room as needed. For all home contests, the visiting

team will HAVE THE FIRST POSTGAME PRESS CONFERENCE. Unless otherwise specified by UNCG sports info staff, press conferences at the Greensboro Coliseum are held in the Green Room, across from the visiting team locker rooms. The UNCG locker room is closed to the media AT ALL TIMES, UNless specified by conference tournament or ncaa tournament policy. Unless expressed permission is given by the sports information office, players are not available prior to a contest. Requests for pregame interviews with coaching staff members should be communicated to a member of the sports information staff as early as possible. Practice Each day prior to the start of practice, selected players can be made available for interviews by calling the Media Relations Office before noon. Practice location does vary between the Greensboro Coliseum and the practice facility on the UNCG campus. All interviews must be completed 15 minutes before the start of practice. For interviews with

Coach Miller, contact the Media Relations office. Practices are generally open to the media, but may be closed at the discretion of the coaching staff. News camera taping of practice can be denied at the discretion of the coaching staff. For practice schedules, please contact the media relations office. Gameday Services The UNCG Media Relations Office will do everything possible to accommodate the needs of media covering Spartan athletics. Please contact a member of the media relations office as soon as possible if you have any concerns. Wireless internet access will be available. Please see a media relations staffer for assistance. Hard ethernet lines are available for special requests and photographers. Photographers and video crews are asked to the ethernet lines, not use the wireless system due to bandwidth. A few phone lines are available in the media workroom for use by media members. For those wishing to make long distance calls, it is mandated by the UNCG media relations office that those calls should be collect, with a calling


card or via a toll-free number. Exceptions may only be granted by the sports information staff and should be requested before gameday. In the case of exceptions, media outlets will be billed for toll calls made. Nonbroadcast media wishing to have dedicated phone lines should contact the UNCG sports information office at least one week in advance of gameday. All installation charges will be billed to the media outlet. Visiting broadcast media are provided two telephone lines and an ISDN line upon request for the primary radio station. Requests for additional phone lines should be made well in advance of gameday. The media outlet may be responsible for the installation and all applicable charges on additional phone lines. Media outlets may also request box scores to be e-mailed to their offices. Such requests should be made prior to tip-off. Media Relations staff members will provide in-game statistics to members of the media on press row via printed box scores, courtside stat monitors or live stats. It is recommended that postgame filing be done in the media room since the Coliseum is converted for other events frequently after UNCG games. For all home contests, the visiting team will HAVE THE FIRST POSTGAME PRESS CONFERENCE. Unless otherwise specified by

UNCG Media Relations staff, press conferences at the Greensboro Coliseum are held in the Green Room, across from the visiting team locker rooms.

for the network can be found in the men’s and women’s basketball game notes. Games can also be heard on the Internet at uncgspartans.com via Spartan All Access.

UNCG On The Web The UNCG athletics website is www.uncgspartans.com. The site contains the most up to date information and statistics on the men’s basketball program. Additionally, those wishing to follow on social media can follow UNCG Athletics @uncgsports or the men’s basketball program @uncgbasketball.

UNCG Policy on Injury Reports Due to circumstances surrounding the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), UNCG has developed a policy regarding the release of injury information. UNCG student-athletes have the right to hold all injury information, except body part and playing status, confidential and private. As a standard operating procedure, coaches, sports information staff, and other athletic department personnel should refrain from sharing specific injury information with the media. However, in certain occasions, injury information could be released at the discretion of the media relations department after authorization is obtained from the student-athlete. It is the policy of the UNCG athletic training staff to not address the media unless it is absolutely necessary. Therefore, inquiries by the media regarding medical situations should be addressed to the media relations office.

SoCon On The Web www.soconsports.com The SoCon Web site is www.soconsports. com. The site contains current information on all facets of the Southern Conference. Please contact Jason Yaman or Jonathan Caskey in the SoCon Office at 864-591-5100 for more information. Spartan Radio Network All UNCG men’s basketball games are broadcast on the Spartan Sports Radio Network. The flagship station for the network this year will be 1320 WCOG - part of the Triad Sports Network. Scott Pryzwansky and Darryl Kosciak will call the action. Select games will be broadcast on additional stations. A complete list of stations


Dr. Linda Brady - Chancellor Dr. Linda P. Brady became the 10th chancellor of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro on August 1, 2008. Previously she served as Senior Vice President and Provost at the University of Oregon, Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at North Carolina State University, and Chair of the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology. At UNCG Dr. Brady has led efforts to establish a mixed-use village designed to recapture theresidential character of the universiBoard of Trustees ty, launched an academic restructuring and program review process Charles Blackmon designed to guide future directions and investment, and positioned intercollegiate athletics as an important element of the student exFrances Bullock perience. Linda Carlisle Under her leadership UNCG has won numerous awards and recognitions, including designation by Vanessa Carroll Forbes as a “Best Buy,” inclusion among Princeton Review’s Best 376 Colleges, recognition by the 2012 Nathan Duggins G.I. Jobs List as a “military friendly” school, named a campus sustainability leader in the College SusBrad Hayes tainability Report Card 2011, and recognition as one of the nation’s most affordable public universities Randall R. Kaplan by the U.S. Department of Education. M. Lee McAllister The University of North Carolina at Ward Russell Greensboro has been recognized by the Education Trust as one of only five U.S. colleges Dr. Richard L. Morre and universities serving low-income students Susan M. Safran well, and is on the short list of American uniHarriett Smalls versities that have closed the gap between David Sprinkle graduation rates for black and white students. Simone Stephens Dr. Brady is a member of the Board of (SGA President) Directors of the Greensboro Partnership, a founding member of Opportunity Greensboro (a collegiate-business partnership), a member of the Greensboro Rotary, and a member of the Board of Directors of the United Way of Greater Greensboro. She chairs the 2011 Campaign for the United Way of Greater Greensboro. She is a native New Yorker and the first member of her family to attend college. She earned her undergraduate degree from Douglass College, a master’s degree in political scien ce from Rutgers University, and her doctorate in political science from The Ohio State University. From 1978 to 1985, Dr. Brady was an analyst with the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Defense, a period covering both the Carter and Reagan administrations. She served as defense adviser to the Negotiations on Mutual and Balanced Force Reductions in Vienna, Austria and held the same position during the Negotiations on Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces in Geneva, Switzerland. Dr. Brady also supported the negotiation and implementation of prepositioning and logistical support agreements with members of NATO and with countries in the Middle East and Persian Gulf. She received the U.S. Department of State Superior Honor award for her work in support of the theater nuclear forces program. Dr. Brady was the Olin Distinguished Professor of National Security at the United States Military Academy in 1991-92. She has served on the board of the U.S. Army War College. Dr. Brady is a two-time recipient of the Outstanding Civilian Service Medal from the U.S. Department of the Army. She served as Senior Fellow for Arms Control at the Carter Center of Emory University from 1986 to 1988. Dr. 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, IL.


Kim Record - Director of Athletics Kim Record is in her sixth year as the Director of Athletics at UNCG in 2014-15. Record was named to the post Sept. 27, 2009 and leads a program that fields men’s and women’s teams in 17 sports, over 250 student-athletes and 70 employees. She was recently honored as one of 28 Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year award recipients at the 2014 NACDA Convention in Orlando in the NCAA Divion I-AAA category. Since arriving, Record has reshaped and revamped the athletic department across the board. UNCG has seen improvements on the field and has stimulated interest within the campus and Greensboro communities. During her first five years at UNCG, Record has implemented ‘The Spartan Way’ strategic plan in an effort to ensure the continued success and future improvement of Spartan Athletics. The plan includes five core values and six goals for the department summarized with the motto – ‘We discover and develop champions in life.’ Record has guided UNCG to success on and off the court during her time in Greensboro. In 2011-12 alone, the Spartans posted five regular season titles under her watch, including championship banners in men’s and women’s cross country, men’s soccer, women’s tennis and a divisional title in men’s basketball. UNCG also had five Southern Conference Player of the Year award winners and five conference Coach of the Year honorees last season. The Spartans have excelled in the classroom, having 92 student-athletes named to the SoCon Academic Honor Roll in 2011-12. Additionally, UNCG senior cross country student-athlete Ashley Schnell earned an NCAA winter sport postgraduate scholarship. Schnell and men’s soccer student-athlete Peyton Ford picked up SoCon postgraduate scholarship honors. Women’s basketball student-athlete Amy Clapper also earned the NCAA Women’s Enhancement post-graduate scholarship. Record guided UNCG through the NCAA Division I Certification process in 2011-12, which must be completed at least once every 10 years. The certified designated denotes that an institution operates its athletics program in compliance with operating principles adopted by the Division I membership. Record, who served on the NCAA Championships cabinet in 2012-13, is also the vice-chair of the Greensboro Sports Commission, an active member with the Greensboro Rotary, a member of the Greensboro Sports Council and a member of the Women’s Professional Forum. Record, in conjunction with Chancellor Dr. Linda P. Brady, helped develop school spirit-building campaigns such as Move In, Sunday Funday, Go Blue Preview and Blue & Gold Fridays. Record is responsible for the leadership, administration, organization and finances of UNCG’s athletics program, which underwent a major shift in men’s basketball. The Spartan men’s basketball team began playing its games in the Greensboro Coliseum in 2009-10 and enjoyed success last season under SoCon Coach of the Year Wes Miller winning the North Division title. The Spartans will play in the Greensboro Coliseum for the fourth year in 2012-13, hosting 15 games in one of the premier facilities in the region. Record coordinates fundraising and operation of the Spartan Club with the vice chancellor for university advancement. She oversees efforts to engage alumni, fans and the community with UNCG athletics. The Spartan Club surpassed its annual scholarship fund goal for the 2012 fiscal year and set a new all-time record for the scholarship fund. The Spartan Club increased its annual scholarship fund by 20.7% over last year’s mark, increasing their efforts by over $50,000 and surpassing the previous high that was set in 1987. Record also has a lead role in strategic planning and in athletics facilities development. She helped complete the facility upgrades at the UNCG Baseball Stadium and the renovations of the HHP locker room facilities. The 12,000 square foot HHP facility hosts team lounges, shower facilities and general locker room areas for men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s cross country and track, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball and softball. Record, who served as a consultant with ISP Sports before taking her current position, was the senior associate director of athletics at Florida State University 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. Record emerged from a national search that drew 125 candidates, and is UNCG’s first female athletic director. She is only the second woman to hold an athletic director’s position in the 89-year history of the Southern Conference. In her 13 years at Florida State, she had a broad range of administrative duties, including serving as a member of the Executive Management Team, which determined and implemented policy decisions for a 19-sport, $50 million intercollegiate program. She directly supervised three sports programs – men’s and women’s basketball and women’s soccer – and monitored Title IX compliance. Other areas included executive-level staffing; day-to-day departmental operations; serving as liaison with the trademark licensing program; and oversight for marketing, media and public relations, and radio and television contracts. In construction, she facilitated FSU’s $6 million state-of-the-art soccer and softball stadium and its $10 million men’s and women’s basketball training center. She oversaw a project that showcased the history of athletics at FSU as part of a $100 million facilities improvement plan. Her initial responsibilities as associate director of athletics at FSU included oversight of men’s and women’s tennis, swimming & diving and softball. Record also held the designation of senior woman administrator. 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 rose 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 video boards, 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 from Virginia and earned an M.S. degree in sports management from Florida State. She has two sons – Kyle, 26 who lives in California and Josh, 21, a junior student-athlete at the College of Charleston.


UNCG Athletics Hall of Fame 2014 Hall of Fame Class

1985 Men’s Soccer Team

Team Inductions 1973 Women’s Golf Team (Inducted 2004) Won the first national championship of any kind for UNCG, competing in the AIAW National Tournament in Massachusetts … defeated Rollins College on the final hole for the championship.

1981-82 Women’s Basketball Team (Inducted 2007) National runners-up in the first-ever NCAA Division III Women’s Basketball Tournament … amassed a record of 25-3, losing in overtime at Elizabethtown College (Pa.) … began a run of seven consecutive 20-win seasons for the women’s basketball program.

1986 Men’s Soccer Team

1987 Men’s Soccer Team

1982 Men’s Soccer Team (Inducted 2004) Won the NCAA Division III National Championship without a home field … facilities at UNCG were under renovation at the time, forcing the team to play its games at near-by Grimsley High School … the team finished 19-3-0, including a 3-0 win over Wake Forest during the regular season and a 2-1 win over Plymouth State in double overtime in the NCAA quarterfinals.

1983 Women’s Tennis Team (Inducted 2008) With four freshmen and two sophomores, team compiled a 20-4 record, including 14-2 in the spring, and finished the NCAA Division III national runners-up … Amy Brown and Lisa Zimmerman earned All-American honors that season.

1994 Baseball Team 1983 Men’s Soccer Team (Inducted 2009) Brought home the school’s second consecutive national title with a dominant season. Went 23-1-1 on the year, including outscoring its seven conference foes by a combined 44-1. Twelve of its first 13 matches were won by shutout. Won a then-NCAA record 23 matches, including rallying from a 2-0 deficit in the national title match to defeat Claremont.

1995-96 Men’s Basketball Team (Inducted 2012) The 1995-96 men’s basketball team was the first men’s basketball team to reach the NCAA Division I Tournament after posting a 20-10 overall record and an 11-3 mark in Big South Conference play ... The Spartans, under the direction of head coach Randy Peele, won the Big South Tournament title in just their second appearance all-time, posting victories over Coastal Carolina (78-67), Charleston Southern (69-60) and Liberty (69-53) ... UNCG advanced to the NCAA Tournament at the Southeast Region in Orlando, Fla., falling to No. 7 Cincinnati, 66-61.

(Inducted 2010) The 1994 Spartan baseball squad became the first team in school history to record a victory in an NCAA tournament at the Division I level … In just its fourth year of existence, UNCG went 39-18 on the way to a Big South Conference title and 2-2 at the NCAA South Regional, defeating Southeast Louisiana and Tulane while falling twice to national power Southern California. 1987-88 Women’s Basketball Team (Inducted 2013) The 1987-88 women’s basketball team becomes the eighth team inducted into the UNCG Hall of Fame ... The squad posted a 26-7 overall record and a 13-1 mark in conference play before advancing all the way to the NCAA Division III National Semifinals ... The Spartans’ 26 wins are second most in program history, while their 13 conference wins are the most in program history ... The Spartans owned one of the most prolific scoring teams in program history in 1987-88 as they broke the 100-point barrier seven times that season ... Additionally, that team still holds five of the top eight single-game scoring outputs in program history, including a program-record 139 points against Averett College. ... In fact, the victory over Averett was the largest in program history as UNCG won by 100 points (139-39).


“The Big Five” (shown left to right) Chuck Hayes, Mike Weaver, Jim Melvin, Stanley Frank, Charlie Reid

Mike Berticelli - Men’s Soccer Coach (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to Division III national championships in 1982 and 1983 … guided UNCG to 70-9-5 record (86.3%) in four seasons.

Belmar Gunderson - Amateur Athlete (Inducted 2000) Participated from 195256 at Women’s College … competed in four Wimbledons and 11 United States Lawn Tennis National Championships (now U.S. Open).

Jill Masterman - Field Hockey (Inducted 2000) In the days of AIAW, a four-year standout on field hockey team and was a co-captain as a senior in 1977.

Eddie Radwanski - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to back-toback Division III national championships in 1982 and 1983 … two-time Division III All-American (1983 and 1984) … No. 1 draft pick in the 1985 Major Indoor Soccer League draft by the Dallas Sidekicks.

Jim Allen - Administrator (Inducted 2003) Former vice chancellor for student affairs … had oversight on program’s move from Division III to I.

Marge Burns - Amateur Athlete (Inducted 2000) Holds record of 10 North Carolina State Amateur Golf titles … named Carolinas Outstanding Amateur five times … qualified and played in 14 USGA Amateur Championships, as well as six US Open Tournaments.

Lewis Johnstone - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to three straight national playoff appearances … third all-time leading scorer in team history with 66 goals and 24 assists.

Chancellor Emeritus, William E. Moran Administrator (Inducted 2000) Served as Chancellor from 1979-94 … guided UNCG from Division III to Division I in 1991 … created the Spartan Club.

Bruce Shaw - Men’s Basketball (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG’s first-ever men’s basketball teams … scored 1,401 points, becoming UNCG’s first 1,000-point scorer … two-time All-Dixie Conference honoree.

Mike Burke - Supporter (Inducted 2001) Led UNCG’s charge in scholarship fundraising … created first athletic endowment in 1987 … raised funds toward a total endowment now valued at more than $4 million.

Mike Fleming - Supporter (Inducted 2000) UNCG supporter for more than two decades … UNCG named its basketball gymnasium the Michael Fleming Gymnasium on Dec. 1, 1994.

Ethel Martus Lawther - Administrator (Inducted 2003) Served 26 years as head of Department of Physical Education (194871) … developed both men’s and women’s intercollegiate athletic programs after Women’s College became UNCG in 1963.

Angie Polk-Jones - Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to a 93-22 mark in her four years (1985-89) … Division III All-American as a junior … UNCG’s all-time leading scorer with 1,585 points.

Rita Wiggs - Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to state NCAIAW title and AIAW regional appearance in 1972 … led UNCG in scoring for four straight seasons and finished with 1,347 career points.

Renee Coltrane - Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2001) All-American as a junior (1983-84) … first women’s basketball player to exceed 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in a career.


Jason Haupt - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2001) Two-time first-team All-American … led UNCG to a Division III national championship in 1987 … UNCG’s all-time leader in goals scored with 77.

Carol Mann - Women’s Golf (Inducted 2002) LPGA Hall of Fame member … earned 38 LPGA victories in 22 years on tour.

Laura Mussulman - Women’s Soccer (Inducted 2002) Member of first women’s soccer team … UNCG’s first great goalkeeper in women’s soccer with 18 career shutouts.

Ellie Jones - Women’s Tennis, Field Hockey, Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2003) One of UNCG’s most versatile student-athletes ever as she excelled in tennis, basketball and field hockey from 1969-73.

Lynne Agee - Women’s Basketball Coach (Inducted 2004) The first active head coach to be enshrined … first coach in NCAA history to lead her team to the NCAA Tournament in all three divisions … more than 500 career wins to her credit.

Brian Moehler - Baseball (Inducted 2005) UNCG’s first player to be drafted in Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft … earned UNCG’s first-ever win over a Division I opponent and went onto pitch for Detroit and Florida in the major leagues.

Pat Hielscher - Volleyball Coach (Inducted 2001) Coached UNCG’s first volleyball team in 1970 … guided Spartans to a 106-30 record and a NCAIAW state title in 1974.

Tom Martin - Men’s Basketball, Supporter (Inducted 2002) UNCG’s first male president of Alumni Board of Directors … served as tri-captain of the first two UNCG men’s basketball teams.

Maxine Allen - Amateur Athlete (Inducted 2001) Garnered national attention as duckpin bowler … set world records and earned a top national ranking.

Mike Sweeney - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2003) Amassed 55 goals and 27 assists in his three seasons at UNCG (198083) … member of 1982 and 1983 NCAA III national championship teams … led the team in scoring in 1981 and 1982 and was a first-team All-American in 1983.

Dr. David B. Knight - Administrator (Inducted 2004) Not only a leader in the transition from Division III to Division I, but a leader on the national scene as UNCG’s Faculty Athletics Representative … became the only FAR to serve on the Div. I, II and III levels … served as chair of the NCAA’s first Division I Academics / Eligibility / Compliance Cabinet and served as a consultant to the NCAA on numerous academic reform issues.

Michael Parker - Men’s Soccer Coach (Inducted 2005) Second active coach to be inducted (first male) … winner of more than 400 collegiate matches, including more than 300 at UNCG … led Spartans to NCAA Division III national championships in 1985, 1986 and 1987.

Wendy Engelmann-Gettings - Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2002) Scored 1,378 points and dished out a school-record 574 assists … was a third-team All-American in 1983-84.

Andrew Mehalko - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2002) Led UNCG to three (1983, 1985 and 1986) NCAA Division III national championships in his four seasons with the Spartans.

Elizabeth House - Media / Supporter (Inducted 2003) Former sports writer for The Carolinian and The News & Record covering UNCG athletics.

Donna Friesen Wigton - Volleyball (Inducted 2003) Volleyball standout at UNCG (1970-73) … active contributor to the sport through coaching … part of officiating crew at 1996 Olympics and 1993 World University Games.

Winn Hazlegrove - Softball (Inducted 2005) Three-time CoSIDA Academic All-American honoree … one of UNCG’s greatest softball players, still ranked in the Top 10 in 20 statistical categories at the time of her induction (10 years after her graduation).

Nancy Porter, Women’s Golf Coach (Inducted 2005) One of the pioneers of women’s athletics at UNCG … coached the UNCG women’s golf team to the 1973 national championship … also considered one of UNCG’s first student-athletes, participating in women’s golf in the 1940s.


Liz Gremillion - Volleyball (Inducted 2006) One of the best setters to ever play for the Spartans, recording over 4,000 assists in her career … named 1995 Big South Conference Player of the Year.

Jo Ann Messick - Women’s Basketball, Women’s Tennis, Field Hockey (Inducted 2006) Three-sport competitor at UNCG in the 1970’s … four-year standout in field hockey, earning Deep South All-Star accolades three times … six-time participant in National Field Hockey Festivals, including three while at UNCG.

Tonka Maynor - Baseball (Inducted 2007) Ten years after graduation, still ranked on the top 10 list at UNCG in every offensive statistical category … hit .363 in his four seasons at UNCG, logging 239 hits … holds UNCG record for career RBI with 171.

Larry Hargett - Men’s Basketball Coach (Inducted 2007) Coached UNCG to its first NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament berth, coming at the Division III level … finished the 1979-80 season 16-12 to earn its first NCAA bid.

Cathy Roberts - Administrator (Inducted February 2008) Has spent virtually entire career - beginning as a student - working in athletics at UNC Greensboro, overseeing athletic facilities and operations and serving as the Senior Women’s Administrator.

Karyn Thompson Voelz - Softball (Inducted 2008) Most prolific hitter in UNCG softball history. Inducted 12 years after graduation and still ranked in top six in 12 offensive categories … led UNCG to 14986-2 mark and three NCAA play-in series during her time at UNCG.

Scott Hartzell - Men’s Basketball (Inducted 2006) Led UNCG to its first Division I NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament bid, in which UNCG nearly upset Cincinnati … graduated as UNCG’s all-time leading scorer and set every UNCG 3-point shooting standard in his career … led the team in scoring in three of his four seasons.

Jim Swiggett - Coach, Administrator (Inducted 2006) Pioneer in men’s athletics at UNCG … served as men’s basketball coach from 1968-75 and started men’s golf program, serving as coach from 1967-79 … also served as the university’s second Men’s Intercollegiate Division Coordinator.

Becky Morgan - Women’s Golf (Inducted 2007) One of the most notable athletic alumni as a member of the LPGA Tour … won the Big South individual championship three times and earned Big South Player of the Year (1995, 1996, 1997) … a three-time All-American, won medalist honors 10 times … qualified for the NCAA Regional all four years, earning a spot in the national event three times … an Academic All-American in 1997.

Dr. June Galloway - Administrator (Inducted February 2008) Served as the Coordinator of Women’s Athletics until her passing in 1974, helping to develop the first formal athletics program at UNCG.

Siggi Eyjolffson - Men’s Soccer (Inducted September 2008) Three-time All-American and two-time Academic All-American … UNCG’s all-time leading scorer with 185 points, recording 75 goals and 35 assists in his four seasons.

Joseph Caldeira - Men’s Golf (Inducted 2009) A second-team All-American selection in 1979 ... was the first male student-athlete to earn All-American honors in any sport ... finished 10th in the 1979 NCAA Division III Championship.

Dock Kelly - Wrestling (Inducted 2006) One of UNCG’s first-ever qualifiers for the NCAA Championships (1996) … compiled a 50-34 mark despite competing with birth defects that left him without part of an arm and a leg. Honored by the National Wrestling Hall of Fame with its Medal of Courage.

Ali Lord - Women’s Soccer (Inducted 2007) UNCG’s record holder for single-season and career goals … tallied 20 or more goals in three seasons … had a single-season record 26 goals in 1996, earning All-American honors … Big South Player of the Year in 1996 and SoCon Player of the Year in 1998.

Nelson Bobb - Administrator (Inducted February 2008) UNCG’s Director of Athletics for more than 25 years … Led the program through its transition from Division III to Division II to Division I and from the Big South Conference into the Southern Conference.

Dr. Frank Pleasants - Administrator (Inducted 2007) Served as the Coordinator of Men’s Athletics, helping to develop the first formal athletics program at UNCG beginning in 1967.

Joe Stanton - Wrestling (Inducted 2008) Compiled a 98-25 mark in his four seasons at UNCG, qualifying for three NCAA championships to make him the first male to qualify for an NCAA championship as an individidual … was UNCG’s winningest wrestler for 11 years.

Christine Hornak - Softball (Inducted 2009) Won 52 games over two seasons pitching for UNCG. Led the Spartans to their first-ever NCAA Tournament bid in 1997 while earning Big South Pitcher of the Year honors.


Missi Olson Kovachev - Volleyball (Inducted 2009) Led UNCG to 108 wins in her four seasons as a Spartan, despite the program being in transition during its climb to Division I ... helped the Spartans to 32 wins and an NCAA Division II Tournament appearance in 1990 ... compiled 1,600 career kills.

Alex Lehnhoff - Men’s Tennis (Inducted 2010) The 1999 Southern Conference Men’s Tennis Player of the Year … as a junior, he won the Southern Conference’s No. 1 flight singles title … won a school-record 27 matches in 1996-97, a mark that stood for 13 years … went 94-37 in singles play during his career and also won more than 60 doubles matches.

Melinda Goodson - Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2011) One of just two women’s basketball players to have her number retired, Goodson (1997-2000) finished her career as the school’s No. 2 all-time leading scorer with 1,464 points – tops in UNCG’s Division I era ... Led the Spartans to their first NCAA Division I tournament appearance in 1998 as UNCG posted a 21-8 overall record.

Dominic Pattie - Baseball (Inducted 2012) Four-year letterwinner for the Spartans, playing second base and helping UNCG post a 148-78 record ... Holds the career records for hits (299), runs (218), at-bats (867) and stolen bases (115), while ranking third all-time in total bases (400) ... Third Team All-America honoree in 1997 when he helped the Spartans post a program-record 45 victories.

Melody Cope - Softball Head Coach (Inducted 2013) Melody Cope was the Spartans’ softball head coach for six seasons from 1992-1997 and led UNCG to a 220-129-3 record (.629) during her tenure ... She is the all-time leader in wins in UNCG softball history and helped the Spartans to four conference tournament championships along with four appearances in the NCAA Tournament.

Ty Buckner - Administrator (Inducted 2010) Helped build the foundation of the Athletics Hall of Fame and served as the school’s first-ever full-time sports information director when the university was transitioning from Division III to Division I.

Eric Cuthrell - Men’s Basketball (Inducted 2011) Two-time First-Team AllBig South selection and a key member of UNCG’s first Division I NCAA Tournament squad ... Scored 983 points, grabbed 859 rebounds and blocked a then-UNCG career record 183 shots ... Led the Spartans to a Big South Conference Tournament championship and subsequent NCAA Tournament berth in 1996.

Doug Hamilton - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2011) Four-year letter winner (1981-83, 1985) at UNCG and was a key member of three NCAA Division III national championship squads (1982-83, 1985) ... A co-captain in 1985, Hamilton was a first-team all-South Region and all-Dixie Conference selection in 1985. UNCG was 78-11-2 (.868) during his four seasons.

Jack Poland - Women’s Soccer Coach (Inducted 2012) Spent 13 seasons at the helm of the Spartans, guiding UNCG from its inaugural season in 1988 through the transition to NCAA Division I ... Led his teams to a 163-92-8 record (.620) during his career and seven regular season titles in the Big South and Southern Conferences (1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 & 2000).

Raila Maisonlahti - Women’s Soccer (Inducted 2010) During her four seasons (1994-97), the Spartans compiled a 59-234 mark, including a perfect 22-0-0 record in Big South and Southern Conference play … the 1997 squad set school marks for wins (19), shutouts (13), overall points, goals and assists.

Tere Dail - Volleyball Coach (Inducted 2011) Served as UNCG’s women’s volleyball head coach from 1979-1999, amassing a career record of 490-259 (.654), leading the Spartans to four NCAA Tournaments and 14 seasons of 20 or more victories ...Dail’s victory total represents a UNCG record, 384 more than second place. Her 1984 & 1989 teams set the school record for wins in a season with 34.

Jason Parsons - Baseball (Inducted 2012) Four-year letterwinner for the Spartan baseball program as a right-handed pitcher, helping UNCG post a 148-78 record during his career ... Spartans’ all-time leader in wins (34) and saves (19), while placing second in appearances (118), third in innings pitched (324.2) and fourth in career ERA (3.31) ... Owns a 34-8 career record.

David Whiteside - Men’s Basketball (Inducted 2012) Two-year letterwinner for the Spartans as a post player, helping UNCG to a 33-20 overall record and a 22-6 mark in the Dixie Intercollegiate Athletic Conference ... Averaged 16.4 points per game and 5.2 rebounds per contest in 51 outings while connecting on 64.0 percent (319-of-560) from the field and 86.2 percent (200-of-232) from the free throw line in his career.

Alejandro Moreno - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2013) Alejandro Moreno was a four-year letterwinner and starter for the men’s soccer program from 1998-2001 helping the Spartans record a 57-27-3 record (.672) during his career ... He was a fourtime First Team All-Region selection and a four-time All-Conference recipient.

Nominations should be sent to: Hall of Fame Committee - c/o Stacy Kosciak UNCG Department of Athletics PO Box 26168 Greensboro, NC 27402


The Spartan Club The mission of the Spartan Club is to secure the financial support that provides our student-athletes with the opportunities to achieve athletic and academic excellence. MONTHLY DRAFT OF CREDIT CARD The Spartan Club can draft your credit card account on a monthly basis. Drafts may be authorized on the pledge form. MATCHING GIFTS Many companies have a matching gifts program that doubles the value of your gift. Consult your employer for information concerning a matching gift for higher education in support of scholarships for student-athletes. Be sure to enclose your matching gift form with your gift. ENDOWMENTS Athletic endowments provide a perpetual source of funding for our student-athlete scholarships and can also support team operational budgets. These gifts ensure financial support in perpetuity. It allows your generosity and your named legacy to live on as a permanent part of UNCG Athletics. BEQUESTS, STOCKS & SPECIAL GIFTS When you name the UNCG Spartan Club as a beneficiary in your will or establish a life-income trust, you help to ensure the lasting strength and vitality of the athletic program at UNCG. Bequests, trusts and gifts of appreciated securities, insurance policies and real estate may offer you excellent tax advantages as well. We welcome an opportunity to discuss these giving options with you.

Endowed Athletic Scholarships A name endowment to support athletic scholarships may be created with a commitment of $50,000 or more. The endowment generates income that is awarded to a student-athlete on an annual baisis. Lynne C. Agee James H. Allen Alma W. Barrier Smith Barrier William S. Barrier Richard A. and Sharon M. Beavers Irwin Belk Aaron Bobb Nelson E. Bobb Richard Brenner Jim and Lynn Burgio Michael and Nancy Burke Marge Burns Bush Family Bobbi Carson Celebration of Women in Sport Mildred Curlee Cooper Caroline McHardy Elliot Michael B. Fleming Robert A. and Mary C. Fleming Stanley and Dorothy Frank Athena and Gus Gallins J. Douglas Galyon Ellen Griffin

Lester Earl Gross, III Doug Hamilton Charles A. Hayes George G. Hoyle and Kathleen A. Kelly Becky Jackson Nathan W. and Robyn E. Jameson David Bates Knight C. Thomas Martin Karl Mayer Jim Melvin Charles C. Moyer Victor M. Nussbaum, Jr. Michael H. Parker Frederick S. and Madelyn S. Phillips Nancy Ann Porter Charles M. Reid Malinda B. and David L. Richbourg Safrit-Ennis Rayna Matea Taylor Edward and Carolyn Uprichard Vann, Frances and Linda L. Warren H. Michael Weaver

Annual Scholarships An annual scholarship may be created with a commitment of $10,000 or more over a four-year period Bill and Laura Barrier Richard and Shari Beavers Chris and Laura Bott Linda Brady and Steve Heyer David and Martha Brown Marc and Janis Bush Mike and Cherry Callahan Randy and Amanda Clarida Craig and Carmela Cook Larry and Judy Garner Graphic Visual Solutions, Inc. Hawthorne Residential Partners Brad and Kim Hayes Scott and Jennifer Henegar Ray and Mary Lou Holoman Joe and Cindy Hughes Becky Jackson Kurt and Joy Kronenfeld Pete and Kathy LaMuraglia LindBrook Development

Charles Byrnes and Bud Matthews Mike and Jill Murray Dale and Barbara Phipps Piedmont Orthopedic Association Mark and Lisa Reynolds David and Jami Schuck David and Pam Sprinkle Mike and Jeanne Twilley Steve and Debbie Vetter Well Spring Retirement Community Jim and Brenda Wilson Art and Mary Winstead David and Cheryl Wyrick


Men’s Basketball Enrichment Fund You can now make a gift to the UNCG men’s basketball program through an enrichment fund for their sport. Each donation will see 80% go directly to the men’s basketball program to help fund the team’s highest priorities and 20% goes into the athletic scholarship fund, which supports all athletic scholarships, including men’s basketball, so 100% of your gift is going to help the men’s basketball program. If you are interested in making a gift to the men’s basketball enrichment fund, contact the Spartan Club office at 336-334-5156.

Spartan Club Staff Craig Fink, Associate AD for Advancement Mike Roach, Director of the Spartan Club Whitney Honeycutt, Assistant Director of the Spartan Club Susan McDonald, Athletic Development Assistant Shannon Hall, Spartan Club Intern

UNCG Spartan Club PO Box 41230 Greensboro, NC 27404-1230

Phone: 336-334-5156 Fax: 336-334-4063 www.spartanclub.org


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