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NEW HAMPSHIRE REGION Amtrak’s Downeaster, with a station located on campus, is a great way to travel to Boston or Portland. As a passenger, you’ll enjoy overlooking miles of scenic landscape along the way.

Less than a two-hour drive north is the White Mountain region of New Hampshire, which offers numerous skiing and hiking opportunities. Mount Washington is the highest peak in the Northeast.

The Lakes Region of New Hampshire is located to the north. The crown jewel of the region is Lake Winnipesaukee, which is one of the largest lakes in the Northeast. Countless recreational activities exist on the many lakes in the area.

The University itself is located just minutes from the Atlantic Ocean. Historic Portsmouth Harbor, less than 10 miles from UNH, offers many shopping and fine dining opportunities, while Hampton Beach, to the south, is a popular vacation spot.

Ocean, mountains, sandy beaches and charming port cities are all within a short drive.

Just an hour south of the campus is Boston, the cultural “hub” of New England. There, visitors can enjoy a baseball game at historic Fenway Park, visit Quincy Market or walk the Freedom Trail, which features many of the sites where early American history was made.


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Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

The University of New Hampshire

University Profile...............................................................4-11 Administration ................................................................12-13 Support Staff.....................................................................13-16 Jerry Azumah Performance Center....................................17 Lundholm Gymnasium.........................................................18

The Coaches

Head Coach Bill Herrion................................................20-21 Assistant Coaches............................................................22-23 Associate Head Coach Ken Dempsey...........................22 Assistant Coach Chris Mohr..........................................22 Assistant Coach Jean Bain..............................................23 Director of Basketball Operations Scott Weitzell......23

TABLE OF CONTENTS

UNH Basketball Quick Facts/Directions............................2 Media Information..................................................................3

The Team

2010-11 Roster........................................................................25 2010-11 Outlook..............................................................26-27 Player Profiles...................................................................28-40 Alvin Abreu..................................................................28-29 Tyrone Conley....................................................................30 Dane DiLiegro....................................................................31 James Valladares................................................................32 Brian Benson......................................................................33 Ryan Herrion......................................................................34 Patrick Konan.....................................................................35 Chris Matagrano...............................................................36 Ferg Myrick.........................................................................37 Chandler Rhoads...............................................................38 Jordon Bronner..................................................................39 DeAndray Buckley............................................................39 Scott Morris.......................................................................40 Kazadi Nyanguila..............................................................40

Senior Captain

America East

Alvin AbreU

America East 2009-10 Review.............................................44 America East Profile..............................................................45 America East Composite Schedule....................................46

Credits: The 2010-11 University of New Hampshire Men’s Basketball Media Guide was written, edited and designed by the UNH Athletic Media Relations Office. An iMac using Adobe InDesign CS2 and Adobe Photoshop CS2 was used for the design and layout. Editor: Eric Coplin Design, layout and editorial assistance: Douglas Poole Cover Designs: Eric Coplin Action Photography: Brian Jenkins, Gil Talbot, Mike Silverwood, Carrie Doyle, Danielle Coplin Headshot Photos: Gil Talbot (Athletic Deptartment Photographer) Region Photography: Carrie Doyle, the White Mountains Attractions Association and NHDTTD/Dave Shafer Select Archives Photos: Tom Maguire and Bob Homer

2009-10 Review

2009-10 Final Statistics.........................................................47

The Record Book

Single Game Records/All-Time Record vs. Opponents.......48 Individual Season Records...................................................49 Individual Career Records.............................................50-51 Top Five Team Single-Season Efforts . ..............................52 Year-by-Year Records............................................................53 Year-by-Year Results........................................................54-57 Alumni Roster...................................................................58-59 Wildcat Honor Roll................................................................60

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average homeF attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reachedp New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previousfi 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years)s won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000s in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH( (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team thatr would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholmh crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewestt since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus winss four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, thes second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinalt appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conferencet coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,c

School............................................University of New Hampshire Location...........................................................Durham, NH 03824 Enrollment.............................................................................. 14,492 President....................................................... Dr. Mark Huddleston Athletic Director..................................................... Marty Scarano Nickname............................................................................Wildcats Colors.......................................................................Blue and White Conference..................................................................America East First Season . ............................................................................. 1903 Arena......................................................... Lundholm Gymnasium Capacity..................................................................................... 3,000 Affiliation....................................................................America East Head coach................................................................... Bill Herrion Alma Mater......................................... Merrimack College (1981) Career Record/Years......................................... 295-259/19 Years Record at School/Years.......................................58-90/Five Years America East Record/Years................................137-73/13 years Associate head coach......... Ken Dempsey (Moravian College ‘83) Assistant coach..............................Chris Mohr (Merrimack ‘97) Assistant coach.............................. Jean Bain (Northeastern ‘02) 2009-10 Overall Record.........................................................13-17 2009-10 Conference Record/Finish...........................6-10/T-6th Lettermen Returning/Lost......................................................... 9/3 Starters Returning/Lost.............................................................. 3/2 Men’s Basketball Contact............................................ Eric Coplin Coplin Office...........................................................(603) 862-0717 Coplin Cell...............................................................(603) 812-6877 Office Fax.................................................................(603) 862-3839 Press Box Phone (Lundholm Gym)....................(603) 862-3181 Main Athletic Office..............................................(603) 862-2013 Basketball Office.....................................................(603) 862-2503 Basketball Office Fax.............................................(603) 862-4069

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DIRECTIONS TO LUNDHOLM GYMNASIUM From the South: Take 95 North to 84 East. Follow 84 East through Connecticut to the Massachusetts Turnpike (Route 90). Stay on the Mass Pike for 10 miles before taking the exit for Auburn/Worcester and 290 East. Proceed east on 290 until it ends and merges with 495 North -- stay in the left lanes to exit to 495 North. Continue on 495 North -- it will end and merge with 95 North. Proceed on 95 North into New Hampshire and continue on to the toll booth. From the toll, go approximately seven miles and look for signs that read “NH Lakes and White Mountains,” and “Dover/Concord.” Exit to the left for the Spaulding Turnpike (Route 4 West). Go about four miles and take the last exit before the toll (Exit 6W) for Concord and Durham. At this point, you are still on Route 4 West. Go approximately four miles and continue straight through a traffic light (Madbury Road), and proceed another 1 1/2 miles to the Route 155A exit, marked University of New Hampshire.” Take a left turn off the ramp and proceed one mile to Field House, which is on the right at the top of the hill. From Maine: Follow 95 South to Spaulding Turnpike (Route 4 West) and continue as above. From the West (Vermont, Concord): Take 89 South to 93 North. Follow 93 North, approximately four miles to 393 East, which will merge with Route 4 East. Follow Route 4 to Route 155A exit for “University of New Hampshire.” Make a right off the ramp and proceed as above. From the West (Manchester, Nashua): Take 93 North to Route 101 East. Follow 101 to Exit 7 (Route 125). Exit and take a left onto 125 and follow straight to Lee Traffic Circle. First right at circle is Route 4 East. Continue as above. For parking: From ramp off of Route 4, proceed 3/4 mile, make a left turn opposite tennis courts -- Green sign “Field House Parking” -- follow road and turn right at fork. Parking Lot “A” is one-quarter mile ahead on the left. Department of Intercollegiate Athletics Field House 145 Main St. Durham, New Hampshire 03824

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Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

INTERVIEWS

Post-game interviews will take place in the conference room located just outside of the Lundholm Gymnasium. For nongame day interviews, please make request through the media relations office by contacting Eric Coplin.

TELEVISION New Hampshire will be appearing in four regular season games on television this season. The America East championship game will appear on ESPN2 on March 12.

Doug Poole

Tom Wilkins

doug.poole@unh.edu

tom.wilkins@unh.edu

Eric Coplin

eric.coplin@unh.edu

Nov. 30 at Connecticut, SportsNet New York, 7 p.m. Jan. 4 at Boston U., Comcast SportsNet, 7:30 p.m. Jan. 31 at Vermont, Comcast SportsNet 7:30 p.m. Feb. 22 vs. Maine, Comcast SportsNet 7 p.m. Feb. 27 at Hartford, Connecticut Sports Network, 3 p.m.

Mike Murphy

mike.murphy@unh.edu

Anthony DeAngelis

anthony.deangelis@unh.edu

CREDENTIALS Please make all requests for game passes in advance with the Athletic Media Relations Office. All credentials not picked up at the Media Relations Office or mailed may be picked up at Will Call prior to the game.

BROADCAST ACCOMODATIONS Visiting radio phone lines at Lundholm Gymnasium will be provided by the Athletic Media Relations Office at no cost. Space is available for up to two visiting radio stations. Stations intending to broadcast a game should notify the Media Relations Office as far in advance of the contest as possible.

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MEDIA INFORMATION

The University of New Hampshire Office of Athletic Media & Public Relations welcomes members of the media covering Wildcat men’s basketball during the 2010-11 season. If we can be of any assistance to you throughout the year, please do not hesitate to contact us. We hope the following items will help you during your visits to UNH and while covering the Wildcats on the road.

In its 11th year of covering University of New Hampshire sporting events, the Wildcat Sports Network will once again broadcast Wildcat men’s basketball games during the regular season and through the playoffs. The Wildcat Network is scheduled to cover selected regular season games and the America East playoffs. Veteran play-by-play announcer Jim Jeannotte, who has been broadcasting Wildcat Athletics since 1973, will continue to anchor men’s basketball coverage. He’ll be joined courtside for color-commentary by Mike Murphy. Murphy also works as the Associate Director of Athletic Media & Public Relations for the University of New Hampshire. The flagship stations will be WGIR 610 AM in Manchester, WGIN 930 AM in Rochester and WQSO 96.7 FM in Portsmouth. Also picking up the Wildcat Sports Network signal will be WUVR 1490 AM in Lebanon, WNTK 99.7 FM in New London, WCNL 1010 AM in Newport and WASR 1420 AM in Wolfeboro. For the complete broadcast schedule go to www.unhwildcats.com/TV-radio.

Associated Press P.O. Box 1296 Concord, NH 03301 (603) 224-3327 (603) 226-0883 FAX

Foster’s Daily Democrat 333 Central Ave. Dover, NH 03820 (603) 742-4455 (603) 749-7079 FAX

Manchester Union Leader P.O. Box 9555 Manchester, NH 03105 (603) 668-4321 (603) 668-0382 FAX

Boston Globe 135 Morrissey Blvd. Boston, MA 02107 (617) 929-2860 (617) 929-2872 FAX

Keene Sentinel 60 West St. Keene, NH 03431 (603) 352-1234 (603) 352-0437 FAX

Nashua Telegraph P.O. Box 1008 Nashua, NH 03061 (603) 594-6467 (603) 882-2681 FAX

Boston Herald One Herald Square Boston, MA 02106 (617) 462-3005 (617) 542-1314 FAX

Laconia Citizen 171 Fair St. Laconia, NH 03246 (603) 524-3800 (603) 527-3593 FAX

Concord Monitor P.O. Box 1177 Concord, NH 03302-1177 (603) 224-5301 (603) 224-8120 FAX

Lawrence Eagle Tribune 100 Turnpike St. North Andover, MA 01845 (508) 685-1000 (508) 687-6045 FAX

The New Hampshire Memorial Union Building Durham, NH 03824 Sports Editor (603) 862-1490 (603) 862-3952 FAX Portsmouth Herald 111 Maplewood Ave. Portsmouth, NH 03801 (603) 463-1800 (603) 433-5760 FAX

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NEW HAMPSHIRE PRIMARY BASKETBALL MEDIA WERZ-FM 11 Downing Ct. Exeter, N.H. 03833 (603) 772-4757 (603) 772-8464 FAX WHEB-FM P.O. BOX 120 Portsmouth, NH 03802 (603) 463-7300 or 431-ROCK (603) 430-9415 FAX WTPL-FM P.O. Box 875 Concord, NH 03301 (603) 225-5521 (603) 224-6404 FAX

WUNH-FM Memorial Union Building Durham, NH 03824 (603) 862-2541 WMUR-TV (ABC, Channel 9) P.O. Box 9 Manchester, NH 03015 (603) 641-9007 (603) 641-9005 FAX NHPTV (Channel 11) 268 Mast Rd. Durham, N.H. 03824 (603) 868-4320 (603) 868-7552 FAX

WTSN-AM 101 Back Road Dover, NH 03820 (603) 742-1270 (603) 742-0448 FAX

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average homeF attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reachedp New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previousfi 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years)s won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000s in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH( (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team thatr would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholmh crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewestt since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus winss four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, thes second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinalt appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conferencet coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,c

When the Wildcats played host to Vermont on Jan. 27 in front of a live television audience on NESN, 2,355 fans filled Lundholm Gymnasium, which marked the largest Lundholm crowd for a men’s game in nearly four years. On Jan. 28, 2006, 2,384 fans witnessed Vermont defeat UNH, 64-56; this time, however, the home crowd was treated to a 75-56 victory. Fans in Durham received their money’s worth all year long as the Wildcats posted a 9-4 record at home, their best mark since the 1994-95 season. The squad won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61. Overall, they have won 12 of their last 16 home contests. With the winning, came fans, as UNH reached the largest average attendance (1,126) and largest total attendance (14,642) since the 1995-96 season. The fans also got into the “streaking” spirit, putting together a six-game streak of crowds of 1,000-plus from Jan. 27-Feb. 28, as well as consecutive crowds of 2,000-plus from Jan. 27-Feb. 6. Both streaks were the longest since 1994-95. Lundholm has now reached an average attendance of 1,000 and a total attendance of 13,000 in back-to-back seasons for the first time since 1994-95-1995-96.

UNH was invited to play in its first ESPN BracketBusters event and did not waste the opportunity. The Wildcats were sent to Loyola (Md.) on Feb. 20 and scored a 61-60 victory against the Greyhounds at Reitz Arena. The ‘Cats scored the game’s final six points, including a runner in the lane by Tyrone Conley with 0.7 seconds on the clock, to steal the win.



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Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

Brian Benson was named to the America East All-Academic Team at the conference’s annual awards banquet March 5 at the Harry Jack Gray Center on the campus of the University of Hartford. The then-sophomore, who is a kinesiology: pedagogy major, was the owner of a 3.47 grade point average. It marked the second straight season a Wildcat had made the five-member squad.

Alvin Abreu became the 27th Wildcat to score 1,000 points in a career when he knocked down a jumper on the front end of a threepoint play to tie the game at 52 with 1:28 remaining against Hartford on Feb. 6 at Lundholm Gymnasium. With 1,144 points, Abreu starts the 2010-11 season 14th all-time on the UNH scoring list.

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average homeF attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reachedp New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previousfi 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years)s won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000s in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH( (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team thatr would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholmh crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewestt since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus winss four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, thes second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinalt appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conferencet coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,c

In 2008, the men’s basketball locker rooms underwent a renovation. The locker room features 16 wooden lockers, a large-screen television and a lounge area.

The Wildcat sculpture, commissioned by the UNH alumni association, was created by Matthew Grey Palmer and is displayed on Main Street in front of the Whittemore Center and Memorial Field.



Lundholm Gymnasium, the home to UNH basketball, has received a complete facelift in recent years. Since 2001, the gym floor has been replaced and new lighting and sound systems were installed. Most recently, new scoreboards were installed and the bleachers were replaced in the summer of 2007.

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Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

The Jerry Azumah Performance Center opened its doors in the summer of 2003 to UNH student-athletes. A generous donation by Azumah, a former cornerback with the Chicago Bears and the 1999 recipient of the Walter Payton Award, allowed for a new state-of-the-art strength and conditioning center. The area was doubled in size during the summer of 2009.

In 1995, construction of the $27 million Recreation and Sport Complex reached completion. The new Whittemore Center includes a state-of-the-art 6,500 to 7,500 seat arena for hockey, concerts and convocations, as well as a new three-level recreation sports facility.

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average homeF attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reachedp New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previousfi 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years)s won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000s in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH( (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team thatr would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholmh crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewestt since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus winss four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, thes second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinalt appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conferencet coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,c

In the past five years, the University has added eight new residential halls, most recently opening up three new dorms in 2008.

Former U.S. Presidents Bill Clinton (second from left) and George Bush (second from right) both spoke at the UNH commencement in May 2007. The Presidents were joined by the Governor of New Hampshire, John Lynch, (far left) and then-UNH Interim President, J. Bonnie Newman. The University has completed renovations to numerous buildings throughout the academic campus. Most recenty, Kingsbury Hall (shown) underwent a $52 million renovation.

Students who choose UNH often do so because of the seemingly endless options offered through an accessible system of schools and colleges. UNH offers literally thousands of courses in more than 100 majors.



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Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

Nestled in New Hampshire’s seacoast region, the UNH campus offers a pleasing mix of classic and modern buldings and college greens that gradually gives way to 2,600 acres of woods, fields, and farms.

Opened in 2003, Holloway Commons (shown) offers award winning dining services to UNH students.

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average homeF attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reachedp New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previousfi 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years)s won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000s in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH( (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team thatr would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholmh crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewestt since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus winss four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, thes second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinalt appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conferencet coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,c

The University of New Hampshire was originally founded as a land-grant college whose mission was to shape and educate citizenry among the state’s farmers, business people and engineers. Today, the University is a land-, sea-, and space-grant university serving a growing undergraduate student body of about 11,000 and a graduate population of 3,000 in addition to 600 full-time faculty members, 92% of which have earned their doctorate degree. The university has grown into a top public research university occupying 2,600 acres of classic living and learning space, while still maintaining the look and feel of a New England liberal arts college with a faculty dedicated to teaching. UNH’s student to faculty ratio registers at 17:1 with 84% of its classes having 50 students or less.

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As one of the most prestigious institutions in the Northeast, the University of New Hampshire has always been recognized as a leader in education and research, spanning all fields of study and uniting them through interdisciplinary programs, labs, farms, theatres, research centers, and libraries. Mills Hall Founded in 1866 as the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts, UNH was among the early state institutions of higher education whose formation was made possible by federal government land grants. The purpose for the grants was to establish colleges that would serve the sons and daughters of farming and laboring families. New Hampshire College was originally situated in Hanover, N.H. Here it was in connection with Dartmouth College before moving to Durham in 1893 after Benjamin Thompson bequeathed land and money to further the development of the college. The state legislature then granted its new charter as the University of New Hampshire in 1923. The University hosts nearly 550 international students from more than 50 countries and boasts a population of students from 49 states. Along with over 100 majors offered, UNH encompasses seven schools and colleges that undergraduates can choose from: the College of Liberal Arts, College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, School of Health and Human Services, College of Life Sciences and Agricultures, Whittemore School of Business and Economics, and the Thompson School of Applied Science. And at the very heart of the University’s undergraduate studies is the General Education Program. The GEP is a core program with a breadth of academic subjects that aims to acquaint the student with some of the major modes of thought necessary to understand oneself, others, society, and the world. The University prides itself as being a top 10 entrepreneurial campus (Forbes. Diversity Statement com and The Princeton Review) and is The University seeks excellence among the top 30 universities nationally through diversity among its administrain science research funding from NASA. tors, faculty, staff, and students. The university prohibits discrimination on the UNH is home to the NASA-recogbasis of race, color, religion, sex, age, nanized Space Science Center; the Institute for tional origin, sexual orientation, gender Study for Earth, Oceans and Space; and the identity or expression, disability, veteran Institute of Marine Science and Engineerstatus, or marital status. The University of New Hampshire is ing. The English program is staffed by an committed to creating a more diverse cominspiring faculty of winners of the Pulitzer munity, knowing that “inclusion, diversity Prize, the National Book Award, the MacArand equity are values inextricably linked thur Fellowship, the Edgar Allen Poe Award Dimond Librar y to our mission of educational excellence.” and the Young Poets Award. In addition, This diversity strengthens our ability to reach our individual and collective potenthe Whittemore School of Business and Economics, established in 1962, was recently selected second tial and to provide better services and care among all business schools in a nationwide pool of business school deans. UNH also graduates students for all faculty, staff, and students. who attend top-notch graduate schools, including Law School at Harvard and Cornell, Engineering at Stanford, and Medical school at Dartmouth, John Hopkins, and Harvard.

University of New Hampshire Athletic Department Mission Statement The mission of the intercollegiate athletics program at the University of New Hampshire is to provide student-athletes a collegiate experience that is enriched by their participation in programs which are competitive at the NCAA Division I level both regionally and nationally. The intercollegiate athletics program also plays an important role by enhancing the quality of life for the University and statewide community by being a source of pride and identification with the University while always maintaining high standards of academic scholarship and integrity. To fulfill its mission, the intercollegiate program must:

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1. Provide student-athletes every opportunity to meet academic and athletic demands with the goal of graduating every student-athlete. 2. Provide resources necessary to field competitive teams with league affiliations, and to gain regional and national recognition. 3. Provide equitable opportunities for all intercollegiate athletics by the active recruitment of minority athletes, and provide equitable opportunities for all women student-athletes commensurate with that of their male counterparts. 4. Provide excellent facilities for all athletes to train, practice and play. 5. Conduct all operations within state and federal law, University policies, rules of the NCAA, and athletics conferences in which the University competes.

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Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

In the last few years, several of the athletic facilities have received major upgrades and improvements. In September of 2001, the University completed a new $2.15 million track and field facility. The Jerry Azumah Performance Center, a brand new strength and conditioning facility located in the UNH Field House, was dedicated on July 8, 2003, and then doubled in size during the summer of 2009. UNH athletics has also added two brand new $1.5 million outdoor artificial fields, Memorial Field and Bremner Field. Lundholm Gymnasium has received some major overhauls, including a new playing surface, new lights, new sound system, new bleacher system, new backboards and new scoreboards.The Paul Sweet Oval was completely renovated in 2009 to include new surfaces, lighting, painting, infrastructure upgrades and the replacement of windows that existed in the original architecture. In addition to the incredible improvements of its athletic facilities, the University has upgraded and renovated a large part of its academic campus as well. Most recently, Thompson Hall, one of the standing historical landmarks of the University, has been beautifully refurbished and restored. The University also completed a $52 million renovation of Kinsbury Holloway Commons Hall, adding 6,000 square feet of student project space for students in the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, as well as a $4.5 revamp of Hewitt Hall to expand the School of Health and Human Services. In addition, Dimon Library was renovated and the University also spent $15 million to complete Morse Hall, a new science and engineering building. At a cost of $31.1 million, the new 120,000 square foot Biological Sciences Building (Rudman Hall) and the Spaulding Life Sciences renovation project provides state-of-the-art teaching and research laboratories. The $8.2 million renovation project for the Memorial Union Building modernized the existing student union building to include kitchen and dining facilities, two theaters, student mailboxes, lounges and meeting rooms and the Bookstore. Holloway Commons Dining Hall was completed and provides students with one of the finest on-campus dining facilities in the nation. In November 1995, construction reached completion on the Whittemore Center, a $27 million Recreation and Sports Complex. This project included a state-of-the-art 6,000 to 7,500 seat arena used for hockey, basketball, gymnastics, concerts and convocations, as well as a new three-level recreational sports facility within the structure that had housed Snively Arena. UNH is home to the NASA-recognized Space Science Center; the Institute for Study for Earth, Oceans and Space; and the Institute of Marine Science and Engineering. The English program is staffed by winners of the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, the MacArthur Fellowship, the Edgar Allen Poe Award and the Young Poets Award. The Whittemore School of Business and Economics, established in 1962, is consistently ranked near the top among all business schools in a nationwide poll of business school deans. Combining the atmosphere of a small New England liberal arts college with the resources and opportunities of a major research university, the UniverLundholm Gymnasium sity of New Hampshire is a place where all students can find or create their own niche and succeed. While the University offers an extremely broad academic base with an inspiring faculty, it also provides students with thousands of opportunities Campus to get involved, either through athletics, campus recreation, student life, or research. The University is a dynamic community that not only challenges its members academically but also expands their understanding and appreciation of cultural diversity and leads to incredible growth as students, faculty, staff, and as a community. Jerry Azumah ‘99 Former NFL Pro Bowler, Chicago Bears Susan Blanchard Ryan ’89 Star of movie “Open Water” Andy Brickley ’82 Former NHL Player & Current Analyst, Boston Bruins (NESN) Karyn Bye ’94 1998 Olympic Gold, Ice Hockey

Gary DeStefano ’78 President, Nike Team Sports Jack Edwards ’79 Announcer, Boston Bruins (NESN) Carlton Fisk ’69 Hall of Fame Baseball Player Corey Graham ’07 NFL Player, Chicago Bears John Irving ’65 Author, “Cider House Rules”

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Distinguished Alumni Kathryn Kross ’82 Executive Producer,“Bloomberg News” Richard Linnehan ’80 NASA Astronaut

Mike O’Malley ’92 Actor, “Glee”, “My Name is Earl”, “Yes, Dear”

John Lynch ’74 New Hampshire Governor

Peter Paul ’67 Owner, Paul Financial & Peter Paul Wines

Jackie MacMullan ’82 Journalist, ESPN & ESPN.com

Ricky Santos ’07 CFL Player, Winnipeg Blue Bombers Robert Towse ’63 Senior Partner, Morgan Stanley

Marcy Carsey ’66 Producer, Cosby Show & That 70’s Show

Natalie Jacobson ’65 Former News Anchor, Boston TV

Mike Minnigan ’78 Owner, Minnigan Properties Former Vice President, AOL

Ty Conklin ’01 NHL Player, Detroit Red Wings

Jason Krog, ‘99 AHL Player, Chicago Wolves

Ron Noble ’79 Secretary General, Interpol

Barbara Walsh ’81 Pulitzer-prize winner Portland Press Herald

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average homeF attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reachedp New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previousfi 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years)s won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000s in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH( (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team thatr would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholmh crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewestt since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus winss four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, thes second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinalt appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conferencet coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,c

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Dr. Mark Huddleston

President

Mark W. Huddleston is the 19th president of the University of New Hampshire. He brings three decades of experience in public and private higher education as a faculty member, dean, and senior administrator, most recently as president of Ohio Wesleyan University. His term at UNH commenced in July 2007. Huddleston began his academic career at the State University of New York-Buffalo in 1977 as an assistant professor of political science. He then joined the faculty of the University of Delaware in 1980, where he remained for the next 24 years. Dr. Huddleston chaired the Department of Political Science and International Relations and served as associate provost for international programs. He was named dean of the College of Arts and Sciences in 2001, where he managed 45 academic departments and centers with nearly 900 fulltime faculty and staff, and served in that capacity until he was named president of Ohio Wesleyan University in 2004. Having received his bachelor’s degree in political science from SUNY-Buffalo, Huddleston went on to receive both a master’s degree and Ph.D. in political science from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. An author of numerous books and articles, he has been active as a consultant for both the U.S. government and international organizations. He also served as an advisor in Bosnia on rebuilding financial and administrative infrastructures after the Dayton accords. Huddleston was raised in Syracuse and spent 24 years at the University of Delaware in various capacities. For UNH he says, the best years are yet to come—and he is happy that he will be a part of that. Huddleston and his wife, Emma Bricker, have three children, Andy, Kate, and Giles.

Marty Scarano

Director of Athletics

Marty Scarano is in the midst of his 11th year as Director of Athletics at the University of New Hampshire. During his tenure, Scarano has heightened national exposure for UNH athletics with academics, facility renovations and programmatic advancement being top priorities. According to numbers released in 2010, UNH athletics ranks highest in the America East Conference, the Colonial Athletic Association and second nationally among all public institutions, trailing only the U.S. Naval Academy, for the Graduation Success Rate (GSR) of its student athletes with a mark of 97 percent. Of its 20 current sport teams, 14 of them submitted perfect GSRs of 100 percent. UNH finished second in the America East Academic Cup this past season, achieving a 3.16 cumulative grade-point average, which surpassed the league record for highest GPA. There have been over $8.5 million in capitol improvements since his hiring in the summer of 2000. In the fall of 2008, the Paul Sweet Oval renovation was completed to include new surfaces, lighting, painting, infrastructure upgrades and the replacement of windows that existed in the original architecture. The total cost of the project exceeded $500,000. In the summer of 2007, the Cowell Stadium grass field was replaced with a $1 million Field Turf synthetic surface. Additionally in 2007, a complete renovation of Lundholm Gymnasium was undertaken. The $600,000 renovation included a new state-of-the-art bleacher system, new scoreboards, competition baskets and other aesthetic enhancements. Scarano brought about the completion of the $2.15 million Reggie Atkins Track and Field Facility in the summer of 2000. The addition of a center-ice scoreboard and message board at the Whittemore Center was completed in 2001. In 2002, UNH athletics renovated Memorial Field along with the Bigglestone Plaza and Bremner Field on the former Upper Field. The two fields, which feature state-of-the-art synthetic turf and lighting, were built at a cost of $1.5 million apiece. In addition, construction was completed to enlarge and improve the women’s locker rooms in the UNH Field House. Two other major improvements to benefit UNH’s student-athletes have been the renovation of the Jerry Azumah Performance Center for Strength and Conditioning, which features state-of-the-art strength and conditioning equipment, new offices and design, and a complete overhaul of the Student-Athlete Academic Center. Scarano and the University are also in the midst of the planning and fundraising for a multi-purpose outdoor facility. Scarano has focused on moving UNH athletics into the collegiate national arena. To accomplish that goal, UNH has taken on the task of hosting major NCAA championships. The Wildcat athletic department was host of highly-successful NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Northeast Regionals at the Verizon Wireless Arena (Manchester, N.H.) in 2004, 2007, 2009, and Manchester will once again be the site of the Northeast Regionals in 2011. UNH has had the opportunity to host two NCAA Women’s Ice Hockey Frozen Fours in the Whittemore Center in 2002 and 2005. In addition, UNH successfully hosted the 2007 NCAA Skiing Championships in Washington Valley, as well as the 2005 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Northeast Regional, which took place at the Whittemore Center. This past season, men’s and women’s ice hockey, football, the men’s and women’s ski teams and gymnastics, as well as members of men’s and women’s outdoor track and field, all competed in the NCAA postseason. Because of these initiatives and accomplishments, UNH athletics has consistently been ranked in the top 90 programs among all Division I institutions in the battle for the NACDA Directors Cup, which is well ahead of nearly all of UNH’s conference opponents. This past season, the Wildcats ranked 72nd out of more than 370 Division I schools with 260.50 points, which were the most in program history, the best in America East and placed the ‘Cats in the top five among FCS teams. UNH ranked behind only Villanova, Princeton, Cornell and Harvard in the FCS subdivision. In New England, the Wildcats finished fourth behind Boston College, Connecticut and Harvard. Scarano’s many accomplishments during his tenure have played a key role in UNH being named one of the Top 20 Athletic Departments in the Country in U.S. News and World Report college athletics rankings in March 2002. UNH’s graduation rate for athletes has maintained levels at or exceeding 90 percent, which puts it among the nation’s best in Division I. The men’s ice hockey team won the regular season Hockey East title in 2002, 2003, 2007, 2008 and 2010, and then advanced to the NCAA Frozen Four in 2002 and 2003. The Wildcat women’s hockey team won the Hockey East Tournament Championship four straight seasons from 2006-09, which also included Frozen Four appearances in 2006 and 2008. The women’s gymnastics team won its first-ever EAGL title in 2003, when the event was hosted at the Whitt. The volleyball team won an America East crown in 2002 and 2003 and went on to the NCAA tournament in those same seasons. The field hockey team made the NCAA’s in 2000, while women’s lacrosse made “The Big Dance” in 2004 and again in 2008. UNH football returned to national prominence and was ranked No. 1 in the nation for parts of three seasons from 2005-07, made it to the NCAA FCS playoffs the last six years, including the quarterfinals five times in that span, and also won its fifth consecutive game against an FBS opponent in 2009. Additionally, 21 coaches have won 58 Coach of the Year awards during Scarano’s tenure. In 2007, Scarano was named the All-American Football Foundation Athletic Director of the Year for FCS football in the Northeast region. Scarano was also awarded the National Association of College Directors of Athletics (NACDA) AD of the Year for the FCS. Scarano also been an active member in the leadership of UNH’s three major conferences and was the chair of the executive committees for Atlantic 10 football, Hockey East and America East from 2003 to 2007. He also served as chair of the NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Committee in 2005-06 and 2006-07. Scarano held the position of Athletics Director at Colorado College from July 1996 through June 2000. The college’s athletic program excelled both in and out of the classroom under his supervision and six different athletic facilities received renovations, including the Schlessman Pool, Washburn Field, the Carle Weight Room and a new press box at Stewart Field. During his tenure, Colorado College was ranked among the top 20 Division III programs in the Sears Cup national standings and produced several All-Americans, all-academic award winners and NCAA post-graduate scholarship recipients. During Scarano’s tenure at Colorado College, the men’s ice hockey team became a regular at the NCAA men’s ice hockey championships. Prior to his stay in Colorado Springs, Scarano worked for 13 years at Colgate University, where he served as assistant director of athletics, director of physical education, associate director, and senior associate director. Scarano, a native of Pittsburgh, Pa., is a 1978 graduate of Penn State University, where he started his athletic career as assistant ticket manager and the athletics events manager from 1980-83. Scarano holds a Master’s Degree in Environmental History from Colgate. He and his wife, Cydney, have two daughters, Lynden, a junior at UNH, and Corey, and a son, Kyle.

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Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

Dr. Steve Hardy Athletics Faculty Representative

Steve Metcalf

Deputy Athletic Director

Diane Metcalf

Director of the Athletic Annual Fund

Pat Madsen

Sr. Associate Athletic Director for Finance

Jean Mitchell

Athletic Facilities Manager

Carrie Kimball

Associate Athletic Director for Events Management

Don Worden

Equipment Manager

Amber Radzevich

Associate Athletic Director for Marketing & Communications

Liz McAllister

Administrative Assistant for Men’s Basketball

Nicole Ayer

Director of Ticketing

JOANNE MALDARI - ACADEMIC SUPPORT Athletic excellence is one-half the formula for success in the collegiate experience for University of New Hampshire men’s basketball players. The primary measure of achievement is the student-athlete’s success in the classroom. For the 1998-99 and 1999-2000 academic years, UNH was awarded the America East Academic Cup for recording the highest GPA in the conference. In both the Fall 2004 and Winter/Spring 2005 semesters, UNH placed the highest number of student-athletes on the America East Honor Roll; the University accomplished the feat again in Fall ‘06 and Fall ‘09. New Hampshire also boasts one of the top graduation rates in the country. UNH is dedicated to enhancing the student-athlete’s ability to achieve academic excellence. Realizing the time commitment the players give to the school, the University administers a comprehensive program of academic support services that is available to Wildcat basketball players and all other student-athletes. This program includes the monitoring of academic progress and providing tutorial services, as well as interacting with the academic advisors within the various colleges. Serving as Student-Athlete Support Coordinator is Assistant Athletic Director Joanne Maldari, a 1990 graduate of Holy Cross who went on to earn her master’s degree in Athletic Counseling at Springfield College. She was recognized for her outstanding efforts at UNH by receiving the University’s 2001 Academic Advising Award. Before coming to Durham, Maldari served athletic counseling internships at Springfield and Central Connecticut State University.

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Dot Sheehan

Sr. Associate Athletic Director for External Relations

CATHY COAKLEY - STUDENT DEVELOPMENT Cathy Coakley enters her third year as UNH’s Coordinator of Student-Athlete Development. Coakley spearheads a comprehensive educational program to enhance the personal development and welfare of the University’s student-athletes. Coakley works with several other areas of student-athlete development, including the StudentAthlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), first-year student academic mentoring program, community service activities involving UNH student-athletes, and various other programs geared toward student-athletes. In addition, she has established – and will continue to establish – networks and act as a liaison with campus departments and constituencies. Coakley has an extensive career in both athletics and higher education. Most recently, she was an instructor of Sports Marketing, within the Kinesiology Department, at James Madison University and coordinated all practicum and internships required of Sport Management majors. In this position, Coakley taught personal and professional development, as well as life skills to the students (including athletes) within the major. While at JMU, she served as Assistant Field Hockey coach from 2005-07 and helped guide the Dukes to the CAA championship and NCAA tournament appearance in 2007. Prior to her tenure at JMU, Coakley worked in collegiate basketball. She started her collegiate coaching career at UNH as an assistant under Cecelia DeMarco from 1977-79. Coakley moved on to become head coach at Fordham University from 1979-84 and served as an assistant under Joy Malchodi at Northeastern University from 1996-2000. Coakley earned her Bachelor of Arts in Earth Science and her Master of Arts in Education Administration at UNH.

TIM CHURCHARD - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY Tim Churchard works with the UNH men’s basketball team in the area of sports psychology. He works on a one-on-one basis with student-athletes to help each achieve maximum performance through psychological and psycho-physiological preparation. Churchard also spent seven seasons as a volunteer assistant coach for the UNH men’s ice hockey program. A multi-sport athlete at UNH from 1963-65, Churchard was a running back on the football team under Chief Boston and Mooradian, and played hockey for A. Barr “Whoop” Snively. He earned his undergraduate degree from UNH in Liberal Arts, in ‘67 before embarking in a career in education and human resource management/consultation. He earned his Master’s Degree in Education from Salem State in ‘72 and a GAGS in Education in ‘84 from UNH. Churchard began teaching at UNH in ‘84 as an instructor in the education department. In addition to those duties, he has also been an instructor at UNH’s Whittemore School of Business and Economics since ‘91.

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average homeF attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reachedp New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previousfi 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years)s won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000s in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH( (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team thatr would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholmh crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewestt since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus winss four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, thes second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinalt appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conferencet coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,c

2010-11 Official Team Physicians The physicians at Seacoast Orthopedics & Sports Medicine are the Official Team Physicians of the UNH Wildcats and are board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery or the American Board of Family Practice. Our highly subspecialized orthopedic physicians treat all musculoskeletal conditions.

Charles M Blitzer, MD •Trauma & Fracture Surgery •Arthroscopic Surgery •Shoulder Surgery Medical Degree: Boston University accelerated combined AB/MD program Internship in General Surgery: Bay State Medical Center, an affiliate of Tufts University Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Vermont R id Residency i Pediatric in P di t i Orthopedics: O th di Montreal M t l Children’s Child ’ Hospital/McGill University Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Memberships: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons’ Board of Councilors; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow ; American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; Orthopaedic Trauma Association ; Arthroscopy Association of North America; New Hampshire Medical Society, Past President; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society

Peter D Buckley, MD •Sports Medicine •Arthroscopic Surgery •Shoulder & Knee Surgery Medical Degree: University of Vermont College of Medicine Internship in General Surgery: Brown University/ Rhode Island Hospital, Providence Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Florida/Shands Hospital, Gainesville Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine Fellowship: University of Oklahoma Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate Memberships: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; Arthroscopy Association of North America; American College of Sports Medicine; New Hampshire Medical Society; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society

Mark J Geppert, Geppert, MD •Foot & Ankle Surgery •Sports Medicine •Hand Surgery General Orthopedics •General Medical Degree: New York University School of Medicine Internship in General Surgery & Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Medicine and Dentistry of New JerseyRobert Wood Johnson Medical School (formerly Rutgers) Foot & Ankle Fellowship: Hospital for Special Surgery, New York City Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Memberships: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society; New Hampshire Medical Society

Moby Parsons, MD •Arthroscopic & Reconstructive Surgery •Joint Replacement Surgery •Shoulder & Elbow Surgery Medical Degree: Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York Internship in General Surgery: University of Pittsburgh Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Pittsburgh Sh ld & Elb ll hi University U i it off W hi t Shoulder Elbow F Fellowship: Washington, Seattle; University of Sydney, Aus. Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow Memberships: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Association of Hip & Knee Surgeons; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society

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Fred H Brennan Jr, DO •Sports Medicine •Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine •Post-Concussion Management Medical Degree: University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine Residency in Family Medicine: Albany Medical Center, New York Sports Medicine Fellowship: Northwest Ohio Center for S t Medicine/University Sports M di i /U i it off Toledo T l d Certifications: American Board of Family Medicine; Certificate of Added Qualifications in sports medicine Memberships: American Osteopathic Academy of Sports Medicine, Fellow; American Academy of Family Medicine, Fellow; American College of Sports Medicine, Fellow; New Hampshire Medical Society

Peter J Dirksmeier Dirksmeier,, MD •Spine Surgery •Hip Surgery Medical Degree: University of Southern California, Los Angeles Internship in General Surgery: University of Pittsburgh Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Pittsburgh Spinal Surgery Fellowship: University of Pittsburgh Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Memberships: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Diplomate; Seacoast Spine Study Group; New Surgery, England Spine Study Group; North American Spine Society; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society; New Hampshire Medical Society

Robert H Harrington, MD •Sports Medicine •Joint Replacement Surgery •Arthroscopic Surgery M di l D Medical Degree: University U i it off Vermont V t School S h l off Medicine Internship in General Surgery: Naval Hospital, San Diego Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Memberships: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society; New Hampshire Medical Society

David C Thut Thut,, MD •Sports Medicine •Arthroscopic Surgery •Joint Replacement •Shoulder & Knee Medical Degree: University of Pennsylvania Internship in General Surgery:: University of Rochester Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Rochester Sports Medicine Fellowship: New York University Hospital for Joint Disease Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery; Subspecialty in Sports Medicine, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Memberships: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society; New Hampshire Medical Society

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Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

The physicians at Seacoast Orthopedics & Sports Medicine are the Official Team Physicians of the UNH Wildcats and are board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery or the American Board of Family Practice. Our highly subspecialized orthopedic physicians treat all musculoskeletal conditions.

Robert P Waugh, MD

Gavin R Webb, MD

•Hand Surgery •Wrist Surgery •Microsurgery Medical Degree: ` University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester Internship in General Surgery: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Maryland Hand Surgery Fellowship: Children’s Hospital Boston; Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Memberships: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

•Sports Medicine •Arthroscopic Surgery •Shoulder & Knee Surgery •Cartilage Restoration Medical Degree: University of Vermont School of Medicine Internship in General Surgery: Maine Medical Center, Portland Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: State University of New York at Buffalo Sports Medicine Fellowship: New England Baptist Hospital, Boston Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery ; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow Memberships: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; Arthroscopy Association of North America; American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine; NH Orthopaedic Society; NH Medical Society

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CINDY MICHAUD - ATHLETIC TRAINING Cindy Michaud has been involved with the University of New Hampshire athletic program since 1999 and enters her first season with men’s basketball. Michaud’s primary responsibilities include; management, evaluation and care of athletic injuries and record keeping. Michaud, who also works primarily with football, is the insurance coordinator for UNH Athletic Training. Michaud graduated with a B.S. in Kinesiology from UNH in 1997, before receiving her Master of Arts in Teaching and Teacher Education in Sports Psychology from the University of Arizona in 1999. She was a graduate assistant while at Arizona. Michaud is an approved clinical instructor for CAATE Accredited Athletic Training Education Program. She has been a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association since 1997 along with a certification in American Red Cross – Professional Rescuer & AED Training. In addition, Michaud has been a licensed massage therapist since 2009. The Sports Medicine Department at the University of New Hampshire consists of eight full- and part-time certified and licensed athletic trainers. Along with Michaud, other full-time athletic trainers for the University are Jon Dana, Glenn Riefenstahl, Dan Sedory, Renee Kleszczynski, Barbara Hemphill, Meg Lesnikoski and Christine Alarcon. Dane, who began his career as an assistant athletic trainer and was promoted to men’s head athletic trainer in 1987 and head athletic trainer for the entire program in 1989, was named UNH’s Director of Sports Medicine in 2001. In addition to overseeing operations and supervising the Sports Medicine staff, Dana works specifically with the football and ski teams. Sedory serves primarily as the Coordinator for the CAAHEP approved Athletic Training Curriculum. The Department works out of two locations: the Field House and the Whittemore Center. Both athletic training rooms utilize currently available modalities, including muscle stimulators, ultrasound, heat, cryotherapy, and hydrotherapy. The Certified Athletic Trainer provides a myriad of services to the department and the student-athlete. These include, but are not limited to, initial injury assessment and management, emergency injury/illness management, referral to appropriate professionals, interface with associated physicians and others, rehabilitation, counseling, administrative duties, including insurance coordination, supervision of practices and games, development and implementation of emergency plans, as well as student athletic trainer supervision. The athletic training room is considered to be “a designated facility where comprehensive health care services are provided. Comprehensive health care services include practice and game preparation, injury/illness evaluation, first aid and emergency care, follow-up care, rehabilitation and related services.” (National Athletic Trainer’s Association Education Council).

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average homeF attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reachedp New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previousfi 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years)s won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000s in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH( (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team thatr would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholmh crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewestt since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus winss four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, thes second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinalt appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conferencet coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,c

Strength and Conditioning Program

PAUL CHAPMAN Paul Chapman enters his ninth year as the strength and conditioning coach at the University of New Hampshire. During his tenure at UNH, he helped coordinate the building of the state-of-the-art Jerry Azumah Performance Center and his efforts have been key in guiding UNH student-athletes to NCAA appearances in men’s hockey, gymnastics, women’s volleyball, women’s lacrosse, skiing and track and field. Chapman had been the director of strength and conditioning for the University of North Dakota from 1992-2001 and served there on an interim basis during the 1991-92 season. During his stint with the Fighting Sioux, he worked with head coaches to tailor sports specific strength and conditioning programs for 18 intercollegiate sports. He also oversaw and administered four weight training facilities and supervised a staff of 10 assistants. His efforts were an integral part of a recent winning tradition at UND, as the football team was the Division II national champions in 2001, the men’s ice hockey team won a Division I national title in 2000 and 1997 and the women’s basketball team was the Division II national champion in 1997, 1998 and 1999. Chapman is a member of the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (strength and conditioning coach certified), USA Weightlifting (certified level 1 coach), the National Strength and Conditioning Association in North Dakota from 1991-95. He has also authored four publications related to strength and conditioning and has trained and consulted several NFL, CFL, and NHL athletes, and prospective athletes preparing for all-star games, bowl games and pre-draft testing. Chapman is a 1990 graduate of Dickinson State University in North Dakota with a B.S. degree in Biology. He then went on to earn an M.S. in Exercise Science from North Dakota in 1994. An outstanding college athlete, Chapman was inducted into the Dickinson State Athletic Hall of Fame for his efforts on the football field. He was a two-time All-America Second Team honoree in his four-year playing career. Upon graduation, he was a fourth-round draft choice of the Saskatchewan Rough Riders in the Canadian Football League. Chapman, 40, and his wife Kimberly have two children, Tyler and Brittani.

JOHN CIANI John Ciani, a native of the San Diego, Calif., area, enters his fifth season as an associate director of strength and conditioning at the University; he had held the position of UNH strength and conditioning assistant coach for four years. Ciani’s efforts have been key in guiding student-athletes to NCAA appearances in both women’s and men’s ice hockey, football, gymnastics, women’s volleyball, women’s lacrosse, skiiing and track and field. Ciani came to UNH from the University of North Dakota, where he worked under Paul Chapman, the Wildcats’ current director of strength and conditioning, as an assistant with the men’s ice hockey, football, men’s and women’s swimming, men’s basketball and baseball teams. During his tenure at UND, the football team won the Division II national championship and the men’s and women’s swimming teams placed second and fifth in the nation, respectively. In 2000, Ciani began his career in strength and conditioning as a graduate assistant at Long Beach State. There, he worked with women’s volleyball (a perennial national power), baseball and men’s basketball. Ciani is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and Certified Level 1 Coach through the USA-Weightlifting. He is completing his Master’s degree in Exercise Physiology. After graduating from Escondidi High School, Ciani went on to Long Beach State University where he earned his B.A. in Psychology in 2000.

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Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

conditioning facility located in the UNH Field House. Azumah is the son of Theophilius and Bertha Azumah, natives of Ghana, who now live in Worcester, Mass. He came to UNH in 1995 as a freshman, majored in sociology and minored in justice studies. “My scholarship at UNH allowed me to pursue my interests in the classroom, build a successful college football career and changed my life on every level,” says Azumah. “I’m pleased to be able to make a major contribution to my university and bring new opportunities to today’s student athletes.” During his four years at UNH, Azumah was an All-American tailback and has been referred to as a player who comes along once in a coach’s lifetime by Coach Bill Bowes. He holds numerous University records, including the record for touchdowns rushing (60) and touchdowns overall (69), and Division I-AA records for rushing yards (6,193), all purpose yards (8,376) and points scored (424). He has had the six best and eight of the top ten UNH rushing games ever and holds the all-time Division I-AA rushing record of 6,193 yards. At that time, he was the only rusher in Division I-AA history to have four 1,000-yard seasons. Azumah is one of the only players in the history of the NFL to make the transition from playing an offensive position to being the starting cornerback on the defensive side of the football. In 2003 he became the only Wildcat to ever play in the Pro Bowl, where he excelled as a return specialist. He was a full-time starter at cornerback from 2001 to 2005 and made significant contributions on defense. Azumah holds the distinction of being the last Chicago Bear to score a touchdown at Soldier Field on January 19, 2002. The play gave the Bears a 14-13 lead in the third quarter. Azumah announced his retirement from NFL football in 2006 due to injuries, but he continues to keep in touch with his alma mater and is always looking for new ways he can help the University, the athletic department and the Wildcat football program.

JERRY AZUMAH PERFORMANCE CENTER

As a starting tailback at the University of New Hampshire, Jerry Azumah (’99) earned a reputation as an unstoppable record-breaker. By the time he graduated from the University and joined the Chicago Bears as a fifth-round draft pick, he had already smashed four NCAA Division I-AA career records and been awarded the Walter Payton Award for his outstanding achievement as the nation’s top offensive player. With a gift to fund the Jerry Azumah Athletic Performance Center, he is the youngest UNH alum on record to give a gift of more than $100,000 to his alma mater. The gift provided funding for the renovation and complete overhaul – including stateof-the-art equipment – of the University’s strength and

The newly-renovated Jerry Azumah Athletic Performance Center features state-of-the-art strength and conditioning equipment provided through the generous gift of Azumah. The 6,000 square-foot facility features: • 5,000 pounds of Olympic Weights • 7,000 pounds of Iron Grip Dumbbells • 18 Powerlift Platform Stations • 8 Adjustable Benches

• 12 Hammer Strength Machines • 8 Reverse Hypos/Glutham Machines • 15,000 pounds of Iron Grip Weights • 2 Pilar Systems

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average homeF attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reachedp New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previousfi 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years)s won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000s in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH( (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team thatr would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholmh crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewestt since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus winss four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, thes second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinalt appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conferencet coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,c

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Lundholm Gymnasium, home of the Wildcat basketball, volleyball and gymnastics programs, is dedicated to Carl Lundholm, who was first a student, coach and finally the school’s athletics director. Lundholm arrived on campus as a student in 1919 and spent more than 45 years helping to build New Hampshire’s athletic programs. After graduating from New Hampshire in 1921, Lundholm returned to campus in 1928 to coach the freshmen football, basketball and baseball teams. He later coached varsity hockey and golf. He became the Associate Director of Physical Education and Athletics in 1938 and the director of the department in 1940 until his retirement in 1967. The Field House was constructed in 1938 and basketball games were set up and played in the Sweet Oval, which now houses New Hampshire’s indoor track. Temporary wooden floors and bleachers were installed to accommodate 2,500 spectators. Prior to playing at Sweet Oval, the basketball teams played at New Hampshire Hall beginning in 1905. Lundholm Gymnasium was constructed in 1966 as part of a $2.6 million addition to the Field House. It officially opened for play during the 1966-67 season. It holds up to 3,500 spectators for a basketball contest and is also used for speaking engagements, concerts and other various functions. Lundholm was recently given some major overhauls, including a new bleacher system, new backboards, state-of-the-art scoreboards and new lights. Lundholm received restorations during the 2001-02 school year, when the basketball court was repaired and repainted and a new public address system was installed. The men’s basketball locker room was also renovated during the summer of 2000 with new hardwood lockers and carpeting, and received additional renovations again in 2008. Many games have been played at Lundholm Gymnasium and spectators continue to enjoy the intimate setting of being close to the unfolding action.

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Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average homeF attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reachedp New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previousfi 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years)s won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000s in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH( (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team thatr would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholmh crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewestt since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus winss four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, thes second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinalt appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conferencet coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,c

Bill Herrion, one of the most successful coaches in America East men’s basketball history, begins his sixth season at the University of New Hampshire with a legitimate chance to bring the first conference title in school history to Durham. Herrion’s first five years have yielded achievements such as being fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58), second all-time in wins during a coach’s first five years at UNH, and only the second coach in program history to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons. It is the previous two seasons, however, that Herrion hopes to build upon after becoming the first head coach in program history to reach three conference semifinals and just the second to make Hometown: Oxford, Massachusetts back-to-back semifinal Education: Merrimack College (B.A.History, 1981) appearances. Last season Herrion Coaching Experience: Drexel 1991-99; guided the ‘Cats to a 13East Carolina 1999-05; New Hampshire 2005-Present 17 record and numerous accomplishments that had not been reached in 15-plus seasons, including best home record (9-4) and best nonconference record (7-7). The team yielded the fewest points per game (62.4 papg) in at least nearly 50 years, reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time in 12 years and also reached multiple attendance achievements at Lundholm Gymnasium. Despite a 6-10 record in the conference, the Wildcats upset Maine in the quarterfinal round of the America East tournament with a 68-57 win to reach the semifinals, where they fell to Vermont. In 2008-09, Herrion led the Wildcats to their most successful campaign in nearly 15 years. The ‘Cats finished 14-16, with 14 being their highest number of victories since a 19-win campaign in 1994-95. The Wildcats were 8-8 in the conference and grabbed the No. 4 seed in the America East tournament, their best seed since 2002. Herrion guided UNH to just its sixth semifinal appearance in school history and second during his tenure. The Wildcats nearly knocked off top-seeded Binghamton, coming within two minutes of making it to – and hosting – their first title Year Team Record Postseason game ever. 1991-92 Drexel 16-14 America East Finals Although the 9-20 record may not show it, 1992-93 Drexel 22-7 America East Finals 1993-94 Drexel 25-5 NCAA Regional First Round the 2007-08 campaign was a giant leap in the 1994-95 Drexel 22-8 NCAA Regional First Round right direction for the future of the program. 1995-96 Drexel 27-4 NCAA Regional Quarterfinals The Wildcats were picked dead last in the 1996-97 Drexel 22-9 NIT First Round America East preseason poll, but ended up 1997-98 Drexel 13-15 America East Semifinals finishing seventh out of nine teams and nearly 1998-99 Drexel 20-9 America East Finals upset the second-ranked Hartford Hawks in 1999-00 East Carolina 10-18 CAA First Round the quarterfinal round of the tournament. 2000-01 East Carolina 14-14 2001-02 East Carolina 12-18 Conference USA First Round UNH began the season with only five returners from the previous year and by the end of 2002-03 East Carolina 12-15 2003-04 East Carolina 13-14 Conference USA First Round it, had only three of those players available to suit up. Six newcomers joined the program 2004-05 East Carolina 9-19 at the beginning of the year and all of them 2005-06 New Hampshire 12-17 America East Semifinals 2006-07 New Hampshire 10-20 America East Quarterfinals saw significant minutes, including three who 2007-08 New Hampshire 9-20 America East Quarterfinals were in the top five on the team in minutes 2008-09 New Hampshire 14-16 America East Semifinals per game. 2009-10 New Hampshire 13-17 America East Semifinals In 2006-07, the Wildcats posted a 10-20 record en route to a seventh-place finish in Totals the conference. The Wildcats were knocked Drexel 167-71 (.702) out of the America East tournament in the East Carolina 70-98 (.417) quarterfinal round, falling 64-47 to eventual New Hampshire 58-90 (.391) champion, Albany, for the second straight Career 295-259 (.532) season. Picked to finish last in the preseason America East poll in the 2005-06 season, New Hampshire rebounded in the second half of the season to finish in fifth place with a regular season record of 11-16. The Wildcats posted a conference record of 8-8 that included a regular-season sweep against UMBC, as well as conference champion, Albany. UNH advanced to the semifinals of the America East Championship, its

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Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

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furthest advancement since 1995. Herrion was named the 20th men’s basketball head coach in UNH history on May 26, 2005. Herrion, who arrived at New Hampshire after a short stint as the associate head coach at the University of Arkansas, is best known for his outstanding accomplishments at Drexel where he posted an impressive 167-71 record from 1991-1999. During that period, Herrion led the Dragons to three NCAA tournament appearances in 1994, 1995 and 1996 and also led the school to its first-ever NIT appearance in 1991. The team finished first or second in conference play in seven of his eight seasons. Herrion also posted five consecutive 20-win seasons, including his best, a 27-4 campaign in 1996. That same year, Herrion led Drexel to its first-ever NCAA tournament victory with a first-round upset over Memphis. In 1998, America East celebrated its 20th year of men’s basketball by naming the 20 individuals (players, coaches, administrators) who had been the most influential in the growth of the conference over the first two decades. Four coaches were named to that team: Jim Calhoun, Rick Pitino, Mike Jarvis and Bill Herrion. Herrion is still the only coach in America East/NAC/ECAC North history to earn four Coach of the Year awards (1994, 1995, 1996 and 1999). He also has a conference-record 21 tournament wins (21-10) and is second only to Calhoun with three conference championships. The .677 America East tournament winning percentage is first among active America East coaches, first among anyone with at least 10 tournament appearances and fifth overall all-time. Herrion holds an overall conference record in America East of 137-73 for a winning percentage of .652. “I’m obviously very excited about the opportunity to be the head coach at UNH,” Herrion said when he was hired. “It’s a great opportunity to get back into America East, a league that I’m very familiar with and have a lot of respect for. We are looking forward to moving this basketball program in the right direction and to compete for the championship in America East.” Following his success at Drexel, Herrion was hired as the head coach at East Carolina University where he lead the Pirates from 1999-2005, posting a record of 70-98. The Pirates were sometimes overmatched after the school stepped up to high-powered Conference USA, but Herrion’s teams were tenacious and beat a top 10 team with a win over No. 9 Marquette. ECU also enjoyed its first-ever victory over national powerhouse Louisville during his tenure. Herrion also had America East ties as an assistant coach at Boston University from 1985-1990. During his stay in Boston, the Terriers posted a 101-51 record, made NCAA appearances in 1988 and 1990 and was invited to the NIT in 1986. Herrion served as an assistant coach at George Washington University from 1990-91. Other coaching experience on his resume includes serving as an assistant coach of the Under-19 U.S. National Team that competed in Athens, Greece in 1995. He was also the assistant coach for the Under-22 U.S. National Team that went on to win gold in San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1996. Herrion is a 1981 graduate of Merrimack College, where he earned his bachelor of arts degree in History.

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average homeF attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reachedp New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previousfi 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years)s won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000s in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH( (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team thatr would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholmh crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewestt since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus winss four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, thes second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinalt appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conferencet coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,c

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Dempsey is entering his fourth season as Associate Head Coach of the Wildcat program. The veteran college coach, who joined the UNH program in June 2007, lends more than 20 years of successful experience to Coach Herrion’s staff. Dempsey spent the six seasons prior to joining the Wildcat program as the Associate Men’s Basketball Head Coach at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Dempsey also served as the University of North Carolina-Greensboro assistant coach from 1999-2001. Dempsey is familiar with the Northeast region, where he served as the assistant coach at Northeastern University from 1994-1999. Prior to joining the staff at Northeastern, Dempsey was an assistant coach at Monmouth (N.J.) University from 1984-94. The players he recruited earned 21 all-conference selections and helped the team to three conference championship game appearances. Dempsey is a proven, self-directed and high-profile coaching/recruiting professional with over 25 years of fulltime leadership experience at the aforementioned Division I institutions. Dempsey has a reputation as one of the top recruiters in the country by numerous national recruiting and coaching publications and boasts a 100-percent graduation rate among student-athletes recruited. Each of Dempsey’s past four recruiting classes at UMKC were ranked as one of the nation’s top 100 by Hoop Scoop Online. As recruiting coordinator for head coach Wayne Szoke at Monmouth for eight seasons, Dempsey’s recruiting efforts produced the school’s all-time Division I scoring co-leaders, seven of the school’s top-10 Division I scoring leaders and a GTE Academic all-American. Dempsey is also an executive member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Board of Directors. Dempsey earned a bachelor’s degree in Journalism in 1983 from Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pa., where he was a four-year letter-winner in basketball and baseball. He also completed a master’s degree in Education from Monmouth in 1991. A native of Howell, N.J., he and his wife Bridget have two sons, Riley and Brody, and a daughter, Molly-Kate.

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Merrimack ‘97 Mohr enters his sixth season at New Hampshire under head coach Bill Herrion. Mohr worked the previous six seasons as an assistant coach at Merrimack College with longtime head coach Bert Hammel. In his first year as an assistant at Merrimack, Mohr helped guide the Warriors to a 22-9 record, the Northeast10 Regular Season and Tournament Championships and the NCAA Division II Northeast Regionals during the 1999-2000 season. The Warriors posted an overall record of 69-73 and were 5-3 in postseason play while Mohr was on staff. Mohr was also a player at Merrimack from 1992-97. He finished with 879 career points. His senior year he averaged 10.5 points per game and was also a captain. Mohr was a two-time recipient of the Gregory Newman Award given to the ultimate team player. He also received the Ray Gallant award in 1995-96 and the Most Improved Player award in his second year in the program. Prior to coaching at Merrimack, Mohr taught high school English and was an assistant basketball coach for the varsity program at Carmel High School in Mundelein, Ill. Mohr is an active member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC). Mohr lives in North Andover, Mass. with his wife, Meghan, son, Cooper, 4, and daughter, McKenna, 1.

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Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

SCOTT

BAIN

WEITZELL

Assistant Coach

Director of Basketball Operations

Northeastern ‘02

Bain begins his sixth season at New Hampshire as an assistant coach under head coach Bill Herrion. Bain is in familiar territory after a successful playing career at former America East member school, Northeastern University from 1998-2002. Previously, he was an assistant coach at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. There he was in charge of tracking the progress of student-athletes, the recruitment of qualified prospects, film exchange and fundraising. He served as the Assistant Director of the WPI Summer Basketball Camp. While at WPI, Bain helped guide the regular season champion Engineers to a record of 24-4. The Engineers were tournament champions of the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletics Conference (NEWMAC) and made an appearance in the Division III Sweet Sixteen. Prior to WPI, Bain was an assistant basketball coach at Medford High School in Massachusetts. He helped with practice planning, player development and scouting reports. While playing at Northeastern, Bain was selected as the America East Rookie of the Year in 1999. In 2002 he was named an America East All-Conference guard and the team’s MVP. He was also a two-year captain of the squad. Before Northeastern, Bain played for current New Hampton coach Jamie Arsenault at Bridgton Academy, where he still holds the all-time scoring record for points in a season. Bain played with former Wildcat Assane Faye while at Bridgton. Bain is an active member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), as well as the Black Coaches Association (BCA). Bain also served as assistant camp director for the Kevin O’Brien Rising Star Basketball camp from 2001 to 2003.

Weitzell enters his ninth season as the Wildcats’ Director of Basketball Operations. His responsibilities include community relations, coordination of the men’s basketball Cage Club, Alumni Affairs, team budgeting and fundraising and organizing player and coaches’ clinics. Weitzell has organized such events as a fundraising golf tournament and the celebration of the 100 Years of UNH Basketball. He has been critical in getting former New Hampshire basketball players involved in the program. His leadership has elevated the level of the community involvement for the program. Weitzell, a native of the New Hampshire Seacoast area, coached high school and middle school boys’ basketball at Newmarket for 19 seasons, nine at the middle school level and 10 at the varsity level. During Weitzell’s tenure the Mules reached the playoffs in seven of the 10 seasons. In 2001, Weitzell was honored by the New Hampshire Coaches Association as the Class M Coach of the Year after leading Newmarket to the No. 2 seed in the Class M state tournament and a 17-3 record.

COACHING STAFF

JEAN

Student Managers

Justin Lang

George MacLellan

Kegan Quimby

Dave Briski

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average homeF attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reachedp New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previousfi 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years)s won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000s in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH( (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team thatr would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholmh crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewestt since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus winss four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, thes second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinalt appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conferencet coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,c

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Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

No. Player Class Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown/Previous School 1 Dane DiLiegro * Sr. C 6-9 250 Lexington, Mass./Worcester Academy 2 DeAndray Buckley Fr. G/F 6-4 205 Romulus, Mich./Romulus 3 Chandler Rhoads* So. G 6-4 195 Berryville, Va./Air Force Prep 5 Jordon Bronner Fr. G 6-0 175 Sleepy Hollow, N.Y./Iona Prep 10 Ryan Herrion* So. G 6-0 180 Dover, N.H./Dover 11 James Valladares * Sr. F/C 6-9 230 Kaufman, Texas/Kaufman 14 Patrick Konan # So. F 6-6 205 Gainesville, Fla./The Rock School (Liberty) 15 Ferg Myrick* So. F 6-6 210 Philadelphia, Pa./Prep Charter 21 Tyrone Conley * (C) Sr. G 6-2 205 Burlington, Vt./Burlington 22 Scott Morris Fr. G 6-2 200 Walkersville, Md./Walkersville 24 Kazadi Nyanguila Fr. F 6-7 230 Montreal, Quebec/Vanier CEGEP/College 25 Alvin Abreu * (C) Sr. G 6-2 188 Lynn, Mass./Boys to Men Academy (Chicago) 33 Chris Matagrano* So. C 6-9 235 Sayreville, N.J./Blair Academy 34 Brian Benson* Jr. F 6-9 220 Rochester, N.Y./Greece-Athena * - Denotes returning letterwinners (9) # - Sitting out 2010-11 season due to NCAA transfer regulations

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Head Coach: Bill Herrion (Merrimack ‘81/Sixth season) Associate Head Coach: Ken Dempsey (Moravian ’83/Fourth season) Assistant Coaches: Chris Mohr (Merrimack ’97/Sixth season) and Jean Bain (Northeastern ’02/Sixth season) Director of Basketball Operations: Scott Weitzell (Ninth season) Athletic Trainers: Jon Dana Strength & Conditioning Coach: John Ciani Administrative Assistant: Liz McAllister Student Managers: Justin Lang, George MacLellan, Kegan Quimby and Dave Briski

Alphabetical Roster

No. 25 34 5 2 21 1 10 14 33 22 15 24 3 1 1

Player Abreu, Alvin Benson, Brian Bronner, Jordon Buckley, DeAndray Conley, Tyrone DiLiegro, Dane Herrion, Ryan Konan, Patrick Matagrano, Chris Morris, Scott Myrick, Ferg Nyanguila, Kazadi Rhoads, Chandler Valladares, James

Class Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. So. So. Fr. So. Fr. So. Sr.

Pronunciation Guide

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

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

Abreu .....................................................................Uh-Brew DiLiegro ..........................................................Dih-lay-gro Konan......................................................................Co-nin Matagrano.......................................... Mah-tuh-grah-no

Wt. Hometown/Previous School 188 Lynn, Mass./Boys to Men Academy (Chicago) 220 Rochester, N.Y./Greece-Athena 175 Sleepy Hollow, N.Y./Iona Prep 205 Romulus, Mich./Romulus 205 Burlington, Vt./Burlington 250 Lexington, Mass./Worcester Academy 180 Dover, N.H./Dover 205 Gainesville, Fla./The Rock School (Liberty) 235 Sayreville, N.J./Blair Academy 200 Walkersville, Md./Walkersville 210 Philadelphia, Pa./Prep Charter 230 Montreal, Quebec/Vanier CEGEP/College 195 Berryville, Va./Air Force Prep 230 Kaufman, Texas/Kaufman

Myrick................................................................... My-rick Kazadi Nyanguila.........Kuh-zah-dee Nyahn-gwill-uh Rhoads.......................................................................Roads Valladares ...................................................Val-uh-dare-us

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average homeF attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reachedp New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previousfi 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years)s won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000s in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH( (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team thatr would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholmh crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewestt since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus winss four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, thes second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinalt appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conferencet coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,c

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niversity of New Hampshire men’s basketball head coach Bill Herrion has re-built the program from the bottom up, brick-by-brick. Now in his sixth year and with all of his bricks in place, the time is right for Herrion and his Wildcats to make a run at the school’s first America East title after being ousted in the semifinals the previous two years. With nine returners and five newcomers in tow for 2010-11, the roster is the deepest it has been in Herrion’s time as bench boss. With a senior nucleus and a tight-knit group of experienced players on board, the UNH offense should be much improved from last year, but as with any Bill Herrion-coached team, the emphasis will still be on defense. The Wildcats shined on the defensive end of the floor last season, only relinquishing 62.4 points per game, which ranked 44th in the entire nation. The Wildcats only lose three players off of last year’s team, but more importantly return a trio that has been the cornerstone of the program during its climb back into the upper echelon of America East. Senior guard Alvin Abreu will be counted upon to lead the squad both on and off the court. Abreu stepped his offensive game up a notch last season, scoring in a variety of ways to bump his average up to 14.4 ppg en route to becoming the 27th Wildcat in program history to reach the 1,000point plateau. The 2008 AllRookie Team member, who averaged 18.4 ppg during a 10-game double-digit scoring streak from Jan. 21-Feb.20, was selected to the America East All-Conference Second Team and also took home Player of the Game honors for earning the most America East Player of the Game awards during the season. As is always the case with every athlete, health was key for Abreu as he was the only ‘Cat to start in all 30 games. Abreu is joined by his 2008 All-Rookie teammate, senior guard Tyrone Conley, who will also join the 1,000-point club this season barring injury. Conley averaged 11.7 ppg a year ago while leading the team in 3-pointers made.

The Wildcats would enjoy a boost from the Conley who poured in 16.1 ppg over the course of eight games from Dec. 9-Jan. 10, including Jan. 2 at Santa Clara when he netted a careerhigh 28 points on a career-best six 3-pointers. Maybe Conley’s biggest highlight, however, came Feb. 20 when his runner in the lane with 0.7 seconds on the clock led UNH to a 61-60 win at Loyola (Md.) in the team’s first ever

SENIOR guard ALVIN ABREU ESPN BracketBusters appearance. The third member of the three-headed monster is senior center Dane DiLiegro, who will once again anchor the middle of UNH’s frontcourt. DiLiegro averaged career highs of 8.9 ppg and 8.1 rpg last season and became the 14th member of UNH’s 500 points-500 rebounds club. The Wildcats hope to see more of the DiLiegro they saw in the first half of the season as he averaged 11.9 ppg and 9.0 rpg through the first 12 games of the season, including 27-point, eight-rebound and 20-point, 16-rebound performances at home against

Marist and Boston University, respectively. What they can count on, however, is the stellar low post defense DiLiegro has provided year-in and year-out. The 6-9 DiLiegro has a chance to become the program’s all-time rebounder this season if he stays healthy. Abreu and Conley are accompanied in the backcourt by sophomore point guard Chandler Rhoads. The starting spot should belong to Rhoads, who played in 26 games with five starts while averaging 4.0 ppg and 1.7 apg last season, after the departure of Russell Graham. Rhoads really started to play well down the stretch before suffering a wrist injury that caused him to miss the final three games of the season. The 6-foot-4inch Rhoads put together a three-game double-digit scoring streak from Feb. 11-17 that included a 16-point, eight-rebound performance at Vermont. Sophomore Ryan Herrion rounds out the returning backcourt for the Wildcats after missing all of last season with a knee injury. Herrion appeared in eight games off the bench in 2008-09, averaging 2.5 minutes per contest. Herrion showed he was a true deep threat when he scored a career-high six points on 2 of 3 shooting from behind the arc in the season opener against Suffolk. The Wildcats welcome in freshman Scott Morris, who was the first member of this year’s recruiting class to sign. Morris is a tough, athletic shooting guard who can really shoot the ball from beyond the arc. Morris was a four-year starter at Walkersville High School, where he averaged 22.0 points, 6.5 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 2.9 steals per game last season as he led the Lions to the Class 2A West Region championship game and a 14-9 overall record. The 6-2, 200-pound guard was selected as the Frederick/Carroll County Player of the Year by the Maryland Gazette. Freshman combo guard Jordon Bronner will slot in behind Rhoads at the point, but can also play the 2. Bronner is a scoring guard with great quickness and comes from a successful high school program. The 6-0, 170-pound Bronner played last season at Iona Prep, where he averaged 12 points and four assists per game for a team that won 25 games. Bronner,

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Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

2010 Preseason Poll

Rank Team (1st-place votes) Points

1. Boston U. (6) 2. Stony Brook (2) 3. Maine (1) 4. New Hampshire 5. Vermont 6. Hartford 6. Binghamton 8. Albany 9. UMBC

62 57 51 41 35 24 23 22 9

who shed nearly 25 pounds in the offseason, saw action in 18 games a year ago and chipped in 0.8 ppg and 1.2 rpg in 7.0 minutes per contest. Freshman Kazadi Nyanguila will provide depth in the frontcourt as he provides defense and rebounding in the post. The 6-7, 230-pound

SENIOR GUARD TYRONE CONLEY

forward arrives in Durham after playing two years at Vanier CEGEP/College. Last season, Nyanguila averaged 12.6 points and led the entire league with 10.1 rebounds per game. The team’s Most Improved Player, he led the squad in field goal percentage and blocked shots. Prior to his stay at Vanier, Nyanguila was the team MVP at La Dauversiere High School, where he averaged 22.5 points and 14.8 rebounds per game en route to being named a league all-star his sophomore year. Sophomore Patrick Konan rounds out the Wildcat newcomers, but will have to sit out the upcoming season after transferring from Liberty University. The 6-6, 205-pound forward is a very good athlete and defender with lots of upside on the offensive end of the floor. Konan started 24 of the 31 games he played in as a freshman at Liberty last season. He led the team in field goal percentage (.542), including 42.9 percent (3-7) from behind the arc, was third in rebounding (4.4 rpg) and blocks (9), and fourth in scoring (6.9 ppg). Prior to arriving at Liberty, Konan prepped at The Rock School in Gainesville, Fla., where he helped the Lions to a 24-5 record and a Final Four appearance in the Florida State High School Championships. Konan was named the North Central Florida 1A-2A Player of the Year after he led The Rock in scoring and rebounding at 14.6 points and 8.3 caroms per game, while hitting on 57.8 percent of his field goal attempts and 31 percent of his 3-point shots. He tallied a season-high 30 points on 12-of-17 shooting to top Lakewood, ranked No. 4 in Class 5A at the time, 7969, in the opening round of the prestigious 35th Annual Kingdom of the Sun tournament in Ocala, Fla. The senior class has played in over 300 collegiate games and is 14 wins away from becoming the all-time winningest in program history. That experience, combined with highimpact players and depth at every position, as well as a group of skilled newcomers, means the building blocks are in place for the Wildcats to make another run at their first America East title in 2010-11.

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the school’s first four-year varsity starter, won the program’s first Catholic State Championship his junior year and also captured three consecutive league titles from his sophomore through senior seasons. Bronner made all-county and all-league squads his junior and senior seasons. Freshman DeAndray Buckley also joins the Wildcats, giving them size and toughness on the perimeter. The 6-4, 205-pound wing was a four-year varsity player at Romulus High School, where he was part of a school-record 79 victories during his career and played in two state semifinals. Buckley averaged 15.2 points, 9.2 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 2.2 steals per game last season, while shooting 49 percent from the floor and guiding the Eagles to a 21-2 record, as well as the No. 1 ranking in the Detroit News’ Super 10. Buckley was named to the Detroit News All-Area West First Team, in addition to the Detroit News Dream Team Third Team. Sophomore Ferg Myrick returns after making the All-Rookie Team and showing flashes of brilliance throughout the season. The 6-6 wing averaged 7.6 ppg in 25 games and led the team in points per minute (0.53). Receiving more consistent minutes down the stretch, Myrick netted 10.1 ppg from Jan. 21 through the end of the season. Myrick, who was instant offense at times on the court with his knack for getting to the rim, poured in a season-high 21 points in the regular-season finale against Stony Brook. Junior Brian Benson and senior James Valladares will both see the majority of the time at the 4 spot. Benson played in 23 games last season, including three starts, while averaging 3.2 ppg and 2.8 rpg. Benson played well down the stretch and played his best game of the year when he reached career highs in points (13) and rebounds (9) in the America East quarterfinal versus Maine. Valladares received more minutes last season after moving from the 5 to the 4. He played in 24 games with three starts and averaged 1.7 ppg and 1.3 rpg in 10.4 minutes. Valladares set career highs in points (11) and 3-pointers made (3) at Stony Brook. A trimmer Chris Matagrano returns to the Wildcat lineup where he will back up DiLiegro and should see increased minutes. Matagrano,

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average homeF attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reachedp New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previousfi 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years)s won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000s in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH( (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team thatr would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholmh crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewestt since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus winss four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, thes second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinalt appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conferencet coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,c

ALVIN ABREU

Senior Guard 6-2 195 Lynn, Mass.

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2009-10 America East All-Conference Second Team America East Player of the Game (Year-end) America East Academic Honor Roll 2008-09 America East Co-Player of the Week (Jan. 5) America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll 2007-08 CollegeHoops.net Honorable Mention Mid-Major All-Freshman America East All-Rookie Team America East Rookie of the Week (Dec. 10, Jan. 7, Feb. 25) America East Academic Honor Roll

2009-10

Only Wildcat to start all 30 games ... averaged 14.4 points, 3.3 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game ... became the 27th member of UNH’s 1,000-point club against Hartford at Lundholm Gymnasium on Feb. 6 ... ranked eighth in the conference in scoring, as well as ninth in 3-point field goals made per game (1.7) and total minutes (1,000) ... led the team in scoring, minutes and free throw percentage (.748), was second in 3-pointers made (52), assists and steals (0.8 spg), third in field goal percentage (.358) and fourth in rebounding and blocks (0.3 bpg) ... put together a career-best 10-game double-digit scoring streak from Jan. 21-Feb. 20 ... scored in double figures in 23 of 30 games, and netted at least nine points in 26 of 30 ... poured in a season-high 25 points against both Central Connecticut State (Dec. 9) and Vermont (Feb. 14) ... matched his career best with eight rebounds against Colgate (Dec. 30), Hartford (Feb. 6) and Binghamton (Feb. 11).

2008-09

Played in 27 games for the Wildcats, including 20 starts ... missed the final three contests due to injury ... averaged 12.8 points, 3.0 rebounds and 2.2 assists, while playing 29.6 minutes per game ... finished 12th in the conference in scoring ... ranked first on the team in steals (1.2 spg), second in scoring, third in assists, and fourth in field goal percentage (.373) and free throw percentage (.711) ... was a school-record 7-for-7 from behind the arc en route to pouring in a career-high 28 points versus Santa Clara on Jan. 4 ... matched an America East season high by tallying a career-best six swipes against Maine on Feb. 19 ... equaled a career high when he pulled down eight rebounds at Albany on Feb. 15.

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G/GS 29/22 27/20 30/30 86/72

Min. 957 799 1000 2756

AVG 33.0 29.6 33.3 32.0

FG/A FG% 121/337 .359 116/311 .373 141/394 .358 378/1042 .363

3FG/A 3FG% FT/A FT% 62/172 .360 63/77 .818 44/149 .295 69/97 .711 52/169 .308 98/131 .748 158/490 .322 230/305 .754

PTS 367 345 432 1144

AVG REB AVG PF/FO A TO Blk Stl 12.7 110 3.8 62/3 51 59 3 22 12.8 80 3.0 46/0 60 71 5 32 14.4 99 3.3 43/1 63 67 10 24 13.3 289 3.4 151/4 174 197 18 78

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Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

Selected as a CollegeHoops.net Honorable Mention Mid-Major All-Freshman and named to the America East All-Rookie Team ... three-time America East Rookie of the Week (12/10, 1/7, 2/25) ... one of just two freshmen, and four players overall, to play in all 29 games for the ‘Cats ... led all America East rookies and was second on the team in scoring (12.7 ppg) ... led the team in free throw percentage (.818), was second in 3-pointers made (62) and was fourth in rebounding (3.8 rpg) and assists (1.8 apg) ... the 62 treys are tied for the eighth most in a single season at UNH, while the free throw percentage of 81.8 is the 10th-best single-season mark in school history ... netted a season-high 23 points versus Long Island on Dec. 10 ... submitted a career night Feb. 20 against Stony Brook when he nearly missed a triple-double by scoring 18 points, matching his career high with eight rebounds and handing out a career-best nine assists.

BEFORE UNH

Played at Boys to Men Academy … team was ranked in the top five in the nation during the 2006-07 season when he averaged 14 points, four rebounds, three assists and three steals per game ... averaged 20 points, eight rebounds, five assists and four steals per game while at Lynn Classical High School.

PERSONAL

Born Dec. 30, 1987 in Boston … son of the late Angel Abreu and Cristina Medrano ... hopes to play professional basketball or become a business man ... majoring in kinesiology: sport studies.

Getting to know ALVIN ABREU...

MEET THE WILDCATS

2007-08

Nicknames Al, A, Abreu REASON YOU CHOSE YOUR JERSEY NUMBER Steve Kerr during the Chicago Bulls era in the 90s Dream 1-on-1 matchup Kobe Bryant Best athlete you have ever competed with Francisco Garcia, with the Dominican National Team first basketball memory Not making my seventh- and eighth-grade teams favorite Sports team Boston Celtics ACTOR who would play you in a movie Denzel Washington PERSON YOU ADMIRE MOST My mom, Cristina PERSON WITH the biggest impact on your life My son, Xavier Angel Abreu Childhood idol Ray Allen Advice to youngsters Hard work beats talent when the talent doesn’t work hard

ABREU CAREER HIGHS Points:............................................28 vs. Santa Clara (01/04/09) 3-Point FG Made:..........................7 vs. Santa Clara (01/04/09) Free Throws Made:............................10 vs. Colgate (12/30/09) Rebounds:..................................................................... 8, six times Assists:............................................9 vs. Stony Brook (02/20/08) Steals:.........................................................6 vs. Maine (02/19/09) Blocks:...................................................3 vs. Hartford (02/06/10) Minutes:..................................................45 at UMBC (02/23/08)

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average homeF attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reachedp New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previousfi 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years)s won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000s in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH( (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team thatr would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholmh crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewestt since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus winss four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, thes second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinalt appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conferencet coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,c

TYRONE CONLEY

Senior Guard 6-2 205 Burlington, Vt.

Getting to know TYRONE CONLEY... Nickname Skyrone

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Best athlete you have ever competed with Alvin Abreu in practice everyday

2008-09 – America East Academic Honor Roll 2007-08 – America East All-Rookie Team

biggest athletic thrill Dunking on someone during a game

2009-10

biggest NON-athletic thrill Cliff jumping

Played in 29 games for the Wildcats, including 28 starts ... averaged 11.7 points, 3.8 rebounds and 1.1 assists in 30.3 minutes per game ... finished seventh in the conference in 3-point field goals made per game (1.9) ... ranked first on the team in steals (1.1 spg) and blocks (0.59 bpg), second in scoring and 3-point field goal percentage (.321), third in rebounding and free throw percentage (.670), fourth in assists (1.1 apg) and fifth in field goal percentage (.352) ... reached career highs in points (28) and 3-point field goals made (6) at Santa Clara on Jan. 2 ... sank a career-best nine free throws and knocked down the game-winning shot with 0.7 seconds left in a 61-60 win at Loyola (Md.) on Feb. 20.

2008-09

One of three Wildcats to play in all 30 games ... started in 24 contests ... averaged 8.9 points, 3.4 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 27.8 minutes per game ... third on the team in scoring, 3-point field goal percentage (.307) and steals (0.7 spg), fourth in rebounding, assists and assist-to-turnover ratio (1.0), and fifth in field goal percentage (.354) and free throw percentage (.692) ... came up one shy of his career best with 21 points against Harvard on Nov. 19 ... matched a career high by dishing out six assists in an America East quarterfinal tilt with Stony Brook on March 7.

2007-08

Named to the America East All-Rookie Team ... played in 27 games despite battling sickness for nearly a month ... finished third on the team in steals (0.85 spg) and fifth in scoring (8.8 ppg), field goal percentage (.358), 3-point field goal percentage (.352) and assists (1.2 apg) ... scored a career-high 22 points at Rhode Island on Dec. 1 ... tallied 17 points and career highs in rebounds (9) and assists (6) against Suffolk on Nov. 14.

BEFORE UNH

Played at Burlington High School … BHS’ all-time leading scorer with 1,566 points ... averaged 18 points and 10 rebounds during his high school career ... BHS was the runnerup his senior year after capturing the state championship the year before ... named First Team All-State his sophomore, junior and senior seasons.

PERSONAL

Born Sept. 15, 1988 in Burlington, Vt. … son of Jeffrey and Theresa Conley ... relative of the Memphis Grizzlies’ Mike Conley Jr. ... hopes to manage his own business ... majoring in health management with a minor in business. Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Totals

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G/GS 27/18 30/24 29/28 86/70

Min. 756 835 880 2471

AVG FG/A FG% 28.0 81/226 .358 27.8 97/274 .354 30.3 106/301 .352 28.7 284/801 .355

3FG/A 3FG% FT/A FT% 44/125 .352 31/48 .646 46/150 .307 27/39 .692 54/168 .321 73/109 .670 144/443 .325 131/196 .668

BEST NON-athletic TALENT Dancing Favorite sports team Chicago Bulls MOST FAMOUS PERSON YOU’VE EVER MET Jermaine O’Neal FAVORITE MUSICIAN Musiq Soulchild Favorite MOVIE Love and Basketball PERSON WITH the biggest impact on your life My mom

CONLEY CAREER HIGHS Points:..............................................28 at Santa Clara (01/02/10) 3-Point FG Made:...........................6 at Santa Clara (01/02/10) Free Throws Made:..................... 9 at Loyola (Md.) (02/20/10) Rebounds:................................................9 vs. Suffolk (11/14/07) Assists:......................................................6 vs. Suffolk (11/14/07) ..........................................................6 vs. Stony Brook (03/07/09) Steals:.............................................................................3, five times Blocks:..................................................3 vs. Vermont (01/27/10) .........................................................3 vs. Binghamton (02/11/10) Minutes:........................................41 at Binghamton (01/30/10)

PTS AVG REB AVG PF/FO A TO Blk Stl 237 8.8 69 2.6 74/2 33 53 3 23 267 8.9 101 3.4 62/1 45 45 5 22 339 11.7 111 3.8 81/3 32 55 17 32 843 9.8 281 3.3 217/6 110 153 25 77

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Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

Getting to know DANE DILIEGRO... Nickname Psycho D

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REASON YOU CHOSE YOUR JERSEY NUMBER Hakim Warrick BEST sporting event ever attended 2004 AFC Championship game (Patriots vs. Colts) Biggest athletic thrill Winning gold in Israel at the Maccabiah Games FIRST BASKETBALL MEMORY Dribbling down my street with one hand for the first time FAVORITE SPORT OTHER THAN BASKETBALL Jai alai BEST NON-ATHLETIC TALENT Legend of Zelda video game ACTOR who would play you in a movie Vince Vaughn PERSON WITH the biggest impact on your life My parents Childhood idol Pierce Brosnan Advice to youngsters Prove everyone wrong

Points:.....................................................27 vs. Marist (11/28/09) 3-Point FG Made:..................................................................Never Free Throws Made:...............................7 vs. Albany (01/13/10) ...........................................................7 at Binghamton (01/30/10) Total Rebounds:...............................17 vs. Hartford (01/07/09) Assists:........................................3 at Boston College (11/10/07) Steals:..........................................................3 at Marist (11/29/08) Blocks:......................................................3 vs. Suffolk (11/14/07) Minutes:.......................................40 vs. Stony Brook (03/01/09) ..............................40 vs. Central Connecticut State (12/09/09)

G/GS 29/27 30/28 30/27 89/82

Min. 711 729 849 2289

ACCOLADES

2009-10 – America East Player of the Week (Nov. 30) ... America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll 2008-09 – America East Academic Honor Roll 2007-08 – America East Academic Honor Roll

2009-10

One of only four Wildcats to appear in all 30 games ... made 27 starts ... averaged career highs of 8.9 points, 8.1 rebounds and 0.5 assists per game ... was 92nd in the nation in rebounding ... ranked third in the conference in both rebounding and field goal percentage (.498) ... led the team in rebounding and field goal percentage, and was third in scoring ... became the 14th member of UNH’s 500 points-500 rebounds club at Albany on Feb. 9 ... moved into the top 10 on UNH’s all-time rebounding list and ended the year in seventh (637) ... posted three double-doubles, including Jan. 7 against Boston U. when he recorded 20 points and a season-high 16 boards ... poured in a career-high 27 points on 11 of 19 shooting against Marist on Nov. 28.

2008-09

One of three Wildcats to play in all 30 games ... started 28 contests, which was second most on the team ... second in the conference in offense rebounding (2.9 orpg) and sixth in rebounding overall (6.9 rpg) ... led the team in rebounding and field goal percentage (.529), and was second in steals (0.8 spg), fourth in blocks (0.3 bpg) and fifth in scoring (5.7 ppg) ... recorded six double-digit scoring games and six double-digit rebounding games, including four double-doubles ... poured in a then-career-high 21 points on 10 of 14 shooting to go along with 12 rebounds against Maine on Feb. 19 ... first Wildcat in two seasons to knock down 10 baskets in a game ... one of his four dunks from the contest was No. 7 on ESPN SportsCenter’s Top 10 Plays that night ... pulled down a career-high 17 boards in the conference opener against Hartford on Jan. 7.

2007-08

DILIEGRO CAREER HIGHS

Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Totals

Senior Center 6-9 250 Lexington, Mass.

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DANE DILIEGRO

AVG FG/A FG% 24.5 50/107 .467 24.3 73/138 .529 28.3 103/207 .498 25.7 226/452 .500

One of just two freshmen, and four players overall, to play in all 29 games for the ‘Cats ... led all America East rookies and the team in rebounding (6.3 rpg) ... was eighth overall in the conference in rebounding ... led the team in field goal percentage (.467) and was third in blocked shots (0.41 bpg) ... averaged 4.2 points per game ... posted the first double-double of his career Dec. 3 when he recorded a season-high 12 points and a season-best 12 rebounds versus Northeastern ... matched his season high with 12 boards against Hartford in the America East quarterfinal game March 8.

BEFORE UNH

Played at Worcester Adademy … averaged 11.0 points, 10.0 rebounds and 4.0 blocks during the 2006-07 season ... three-time Middlesex League Champion while at Lexington High School ... Middlesex League All-Star in 2006.

PERSONAL

Born Aug. 6, 1988 in Newton, Mass. … son of Frank and Cheryl DiLiegro ... father played basketball and wrestled at UNH from 1972 to 1976 ... brother Ross played basketball at Syracuse from 2003 to 2007 ... hopes to play professional basketball or own a fortune 500 company and fine dining restaurants ... majoring in tourism. 3FG/A 0/0 0/1 0/1 0/2

3FG% FT/A FT% ---- 23/47 .489 .000 26/54 .481 .000 60101 .594 .000 109/202 .540

PTS AVG REB AVG PF/FO 123 4.2 182 6.3 96/7 172 5.7 207 6.9 105/5 266 8.9 244 8.1 93/4 561 6.3 633 7.1 294/16

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TO 37 46 68 151

Blk 12 10 5 27

Stl 13 23 6 42

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average homeF attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reachedp New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previousfi 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years)s won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000s in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH( (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team thatr would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholmh crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewestt since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus winss four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, thes second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinalt appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conferencet coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,c

JAMES VALLADARES Senior Forward/Center 6-9 230 Kaufman, Texas

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FAVORITE SPORT OTHER THAN BASKETBALL Fishing biggest non-athletic thrill Rollercoasters

ACCOLADES

Best non-athletic talent Halo 2

2007-08 – America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll

2009-10

Played in 24 games for the Wildcats, including two starts ... averaged 1.7 points and 1.3 rebounds in 10.4 minutes per contest ... led the team in 3-point field goal percentage (.381) among anyone with at least 30 attempts ... ranked fourth on the team in field goal percentage (.366) of anyone with at least 40 attempts ... reached career highs in points (11), 3-point field goals made (3) and steals (2) at Stony Brook on Jan. 10.

Favorite Athlete Usain Bolt

2008-09

BIGGEST ATHLETIC THRILL Scoring 25 points against Mexico at the COCABA Games

Played in 12 games off the bench for the Wildcats, while averaging 6.3 minutes per contest ... averaged 1.7 points and 1.0 rebound per game ... shot 45.5 percent from the field, the second highest mark on the team out of anyone with at least 20 attempts ... matched a career high with six points in an America East quarterfinal matchup with Stony Brook on March 7.

2007-08

Played in 26 games, including one start, while providing a valuable 9.6 minutes per game off the bench ... averaged 1.3 points and 1.7 rebounds per game ... his six assists and four turnovers were good for a 1.50 assist-to-turnover ratio, which would have led the team had he qualified in the category ... submitted career highs in points (6) and rebounds (9) against Suffolk on Nov. 14 ... played a key 14 minutes off the bench in a win versus Vermont on Feb. 28, tallying three points, three rebounds and two assists.

favorite nba player Kobe Bryant

Favorite tv show Fresh Prince of Bel-Air ACTOR who would play you in a movie Will Ferrell PERSON WITH the biggest impact on your life My parents ADVICE TO YOUNGSTERS Have fun and work hard

BEFORE UNH

Played at Kaufman High School … averaged 19.0 points, 12.0 rebounds and 5.0 blocks his senior year when he was named District MVP ... named District Defensive Player of the Year his junior season, after being selected as the District Newcomer of the Year the season before.

PERSONAL

Born Feb. 12, 1989 in Los Angeles, Calif. … son of Robert Valladares and Jenny Nichols ... grandfather played basketball with Bobby Knight at Ohio State ... majoring in business administration.

Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Totals

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G/GS 26/1 12/0 24/2 62/3

Min. 249 75 250 574

AVG 9.6 6.3 10.4 9.3

FG/A 14/38 10/22 15/41 39/101

FG% .368 .455 .366 .386

3FG/A 3FG% 0/0 ---- 0/0 ---- 8/21 .381 8/21 .381

FT/A 7/12 0/0 3/6 10/18

VALLADARES CAREER HIGHS Points:............................................11 at Stony Brook (01/10/10) ...............................................................11 at Hartford (01/16/10) 3-Point FG Made:..........................3 at Stony Brook (01/10/10) Free Throws Made:................................4 vs. Suffolk (11/14/07) Total Rebounds:.....................................9 vs. Suffolk (11/14/07) Assists:..................................................2 vs. Vermont (02/28/08) ....................................................................2 vs. Suffolk (11/16/08) Steals:...............................................2 at Stony Brook (01/10/10) Blocks:.............................................................................1, 14 times Minutes:...................................................28 at Maine (01/18/10)

FT% PTS AVG REB AVG PF/FO A TO Blk Stl .583 35 1.8 44 1.7 25/0 6 4 5 2 ---- 20 1.7 12 1.0 13/0 2 2 4 2 .500 41 1.7 30 1.3 47/4 3 10 6 4 .556 96 1.5 86 1.4 85/4 11 16 15 8

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Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

Getting to know brian benson... Nicknames Benson, B, Big B REASON YOU CHOSE YOUR JERSEY NUMBER Shaquille O’Neal’s old jersey number FAVORITE SPORT OTHER THAN BASKETBALL Golf

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Junior Forward 6-9 220 Rochester, N.Y.

ACCOLADES

BEST NON-ATHLETIC TALENT Writing

MEET THE WILDCATS

BRIAN BENSON

2009-10 – America East All-Academic Team ... America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll

2009-10

FIRST BASKETBALL MEMORY Playing for my dad in third grade

Played in 23 games, including three starts ... averaged 3.2 points and 2.8 rebounds ... ranked second on the team in field goal percentage (.459), third in blocks (9) and sixth in rebounding and 3-point field goal percentage (.286) ... reached career highs in points (13) and rebounds (9) in the America East quarterfinal versus Maine (March 6).

Favorite NBA TEAM Los Angeles Lakers

2008-09

Favorite ACTOR Adam Sandler

Played in 23 games, including one start for the Wildcats ... averaged 2.3 points and 2.8 rebounds in 12.7 minutes per contest ... second on the team in blocks (0.5 bpg) ... third highest field goal percentage (.415) on the team of anyone with at least 40 attempts ... tallied a career-high seven points against Hofstra on Dec. 27 ... ripped down a careerhigh nine boards in both games versus Vermont on Jan. 25 and Jan. 31 ... recorded three blocks at Binghamton on Feb. 22.

favorite SPORTS MOVIE Caddyshack Favorite TV Show Seinfeld

BEFORE UNH

SONG I just added to my ipod “Teach Me how to Dougie” by California Swag District Advice to youngsters Play everyday like it’s your last

Played at Greece-Athena High School ... averaged 13.0 points and 9.0 rebounds per game last season ... Monroe County Division II Player of the Year and All-Greater Rochester First Team member his junior and senior season ... holds Greece-Athena’s record for most offensive rebounds in a season ... won the Section V Class AA championship his sophomore and junior seasons.

PERSONAL BENSON CAREER HIGHS Points:...........................................13 vs. Maine (03/06/10) 3-Point FG Made:.........................2 vs. Maine (03/06/10) Free Throws Made:..................4 vs. Vermont (01/31/09) .................................................4 at Binghamton (02/22/09) Rebounds:.......................................................9, three times Assists:.......................................2 at Boston U. (01/11/09) Steals:.................................................................2, four times Blocks:...................................3 at Binghamton (02/22/09) Minutes:.............................30 at Loyola (Md.) (02/20/10)

Year 2008-09 2009-10 Totals

G/GS 23/1 23/3 46/4

Min. 293 305 598

AVG 12.7 13.3 13.0

FG/A 17/41 28/61 45/102

Born March 16, 1990 in Rochester, N.Y. ... son of Richard and Karen Benson ... was on the court as a sophomore at Greece-Athena when team manager Jason “J-Mac” McElwain knocked down six 3-pointers in their division title game versus Spencerport ... hopes to become an elementary physical education teacher ... majoring in kinesiology: pedagogy.

FG% 3FG/A 3FG% .415 1/8 .125 .459 4/14 .286 .441 5/22 .227

FT/A 18/33 13/28 31/61

FT% PTS AVG .545 53 2.3 .464 73 3.2 .508 126 2.7

REB AVG PF/FO A 65 2.8 42/0 4 65 2.8 37/0 2 130 2.8 79/0 6

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average homeF attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reachedp New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previousfi 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years)s won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000s in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH( (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team thatr would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholmh crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewestt since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus winss four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, thes second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinalt appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conferencet coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,c

RYAN HERRION

Sophomore Guard 6-0 180 Dover, N.H.

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2009-10

Missed the entire season due to injury.

2008-09

Played in eight games off the bench for the Wildcats, while averaging 2.5 minutes per contest ... scored a career-high six points on 2 of 3 shooting from behind the arc in the season opener against Suffolk on Nov. 16.

BEFORE UNH

Played at Dover (N.H.) High School … averaged 25.0 points and 5.0 assists per game last season, en route to being named the Foster’s Daily Democrat Dream Team Player of the Year ... also named First Team All-State ... played AAU with the New Hampshire Falcons and the New Hampshire Playerz.

PERSONAL

Born June 13, 1990 in Worcester, Mass. … son of Bill and Maureen Herrion ... father Bill is the head coach at UNH ... uncle Tom Herrion is the head coach at Marshall University ... grandfather Jim Herrion was an assistant coach at Holy Cross basketball ... hopes to coach basketball at the collegiate level ... major is undeclared.

Dream 1-on-1 matchup Drazen Petrovic player you model your game after Eddie House biggest athletic thrill Being able to walk on at UNH BEST SPORTING EVENT EVER ATTENDED Pitt vs. Villanova at the 2009 Elite Eight Favorite sports team Boston Red Sox favorite musician Kenny Chesney best non-athletic Talent Body Surfing ACTOR WHO WOULD PLAY YOU IN A MOVIE Sean William Scott Childhood idol Malik Rose PERSON WITH the biggest impact on your life My parents

HERRION CAREER HIGHS Points........................................................ 6 vs. Suffolk (11/16/08) 3-Point FG Made................................... 2 vs. Suffolk (11/16/08) Free Throws Made.................................................................Never Total Rebounds......................................................................Never Assists.......................................................................................Never Steals.........................................................................................Never Blocks.......................................................................................Never Minutes.................................................... 6 vs. Suffolk (11/16/08)

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G/GS Min. AVG FG/A FG% 3FG/A 3FG% FT/A FT% PTS AVG REB AVG PF/FO A TO Blk Stl 8/0 20 2.5 2/8 .250 2/8 .250 0/0 ---- 6 0.8 0 0.0 1/0 0 0 0 0 M I S S E D E N T I R E S E A S O N 8/0 20 2.5 2/8 .250 2/8 .250 0/0 ---- 6 0.8 0 0.0 1/0 0 0 0 0

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Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

Sophomore Forward 6-6 215 Gainesville, Fla.

Getting to know PATRICK KONAN... Nickname PK PLAYERS YOU MODEL YOUR GAME AFTER Dwayne Wade and Brandon Roy FAVORITE SPORT OTHER THAN BASKETBALL Football

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FAVORITE ATHLETE Terrell Owens

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PATRICK KONAN

Will sit out the entire season due to NCAA transfer regulations.

BEFORE UNH

FAVORITE SPORTS MOVIE Love and Basketball FAVORITE TV SHOWS George Lopez, Family Guy, My Name is Earl BEST SPORTING EVENT EVER ATTENDED Good Counsel Tip-Off Classic in Olney, Md. favorite Actor Will Smith favorite song “I Need a Girl” by Trey Songz

Played one season at Liberty University before transferring to UNH ... started 24 of the 31 games he played in as a freshman ... led the team in field goal percentage (.542), including 42.9 percent (3-7) from behind the arc, was third in rebounding (4.4 rpg) and blocks (9), and fourth in scoring (6.9 ppg) ... led the team in scoring three times and rebounding four times ... prior to arriving at Liberty, played at The Rock School in Gainesville, Fla., where he helped the Lions to a 24-5 record and a Final Four appearance in the Florida State High School Championships ... named the North Central Florida 1A-2A Player of the Year after he led The Rock in scoring and rebounding at 14.6 points and 8.3 caroms per game, while hitting on 57.8 percent of his field goal attempts and 31 percent of his 3-point shots ... tallied a season-high 30 points on 12-of-17 shooting to top Lakewood, ranked No. 4 in Class 5A at the time, 79-69, in the opening round of the prestigious 35th Annual Kingdom of the Sun tournament in Ocala, Fla.

PERSONAL

Born July 15, 1990 in Abidjan, Ivory Coast … grew up in Marseilles, France ... son of Antoine Dja and Lucie Konan ... enjoys playing video games ... lists his favorite athlete as Terrell Owens and his older brother, Boris, as the person he admires most ... hopes to play professional basketball ... majoring in international business.

PERSON YOU ADMIRE MOST Older brother, Boris Advice to youngsters To whom much is given, much is required

KONAN CAREER HIGHS Points...................................... 18 vs. UNC-Asheville (01/16/10) Field goals.................................................... 8 vs. VMI (01/28/10) 3-Point FG Made................................. 2 vs. Radford (02/16/10) Free throws made..................................................... 4, Four times Rebounds.................................................................... 9, Four times Assists...........................................................................3, Two times Steals....................................................... 2 vs. Radford (02/16/10) Blocks...........................................................................2, Two times Minutes......................................33 vs. Tennessee St. (11/28/09)

Year G/GS 2009-10 (LIBERTY) 31/24 Totals 31/24

Min. 629 629

AVG 20.3 20.3

FG/A FG% 84/155 .542 84/155 .542

3FG/A 3FG% 3/7 .429 3/7 .429

FT/A FT% PTS AVG REB AVG PF/FO A TO Blk Stl 42/76 .553 213 6.9 135 4.4 72/4 17 41 9 19 42/76 .553 213 6.9 135 4.4 72/4 17 41 9 19

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average homeF attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reachedp New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previousfi 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years)s won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000s in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH( (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team thatr would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholmh crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewestt since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus winss four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, thes second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinalt appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conferencet coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,c

CHRIS MATAGRANO Sophomore Center 6-9 235 Sayreville, N.J.

Getting to know CHRIS MATAGRANO... Nickname Big Country

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REASON YOU CHOSE YOUR JERSEY NUMBER Larry Bird BIGGEST ATHLETIC THRILL Winning a state championship

ACCOLADES

FAVORITE NBA Team Chicago Bulls

2009-10 – America East Academic Honor Roll

2009-10

Played in 18 games for the Wildcats, including one start ... averaged 0.8 points and 1.2 rebounds in 7.0 minutes per game off the bench ... ranked fifth on the team in blocks (0.28 bpg) ... netted a career-high five points versus Dartmouth on Dec. 20 ... pulled down a career-best five rebounds at Loyola (Md.) on Feb. 20.

BEFORE UNH

Played at Blair Academy in 2008-09 ... averaged 12.0 points and 8.0 rebounds per game, while leading his squad to a 19-4 record, as well as the program’s first New Jersey Prep A state championship in school history ... graduated from Sayreville High School ... led the program to the NJSIAA tournament in 2007-08 for the first time in five years after averaging 12.0 points and 12.0 boards per game en route to being voted the Bombers’ MVP.

PERSONAL

Born Jan. 25, 1990 in Sayreville, N.J. … son of Michael VanNote and Joanne Matagrano ... enjoys tennis and playing video games ... hopes to become a basketball coach ... major is undeclared.

favorite movie Step Brothers FAVORITE ACTOR Steve Carrell CHILDHOOD IDOL Michael Jordan SONG I JUST ADDED TO MY IPOD “Right Above it” by Lil Wayne ft. Drake ACTOR WHO WOULD PLAY YOU IN A MOVIE Zach Galifianakis Person WITH THE BIGGEST IMPACT ON YOUR LIFE Rich Leary Advice to youngsters Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t do something

MATAGRANO CAREER HIGHS Points:..............................................5 vs. Dartmouth (12/20/09) 3-Point FG Made:.................................................................Never Free Throws Made:........................3 vs. Dartmouth (12/20/09) Rebounds.......................................5 at Loyola (Md.) (02/20/10) Assists:......................................................1 at UMBC (01/21/10) .................................................................1 at Vermont (02/14/10) Steals:....................................................1 at Maryland (11/20/09) Blocks:......................................................3 vs. Suffolk (11/14/09) Minutes:..............................................17 at Vermont (02/14/10)

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G/GS 18/1 18/1

Min. 126 126

AVG 7.0 7.0

FG/A FG% 6/16 .375 6/16 .375

3FG/A 3FG% 0/0 ---- 0/0 ----

FT/A 3/4 3/4

FT% PTS AVG REB AVG PF/FO .750 15 0.8 21 1.2 31/1 .750 15 0.8 21 1.2 31/1

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Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

Sophomore Forward 6-6 210 Philadelphia, Pa.

Getting to know FERG MYRICK... Nickname Ferg

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Dream 1-on-1 matchup Kobe Bryant FIRST BASKETBALL MEMORY Making first layup Best athlete you have ever competed with Tyreke Evans

ACCOLADES

2009-10 – America East All-Rookie Team ... America East Rookie of the Week (March 1)

MEET THE WILDCATS

FERG MYRICK

2009-10

BEST NON-ATHLETIC TALENT Writing poetry

Played in 25 games, including one start ... averaged 7.6 points and 2.6 rebounds per game ... led the team in points per minute (0.53), was second in 3-point field goal percentage (.359) and free throw percentage (.746), third in field goal percentage (.416) and blocks (9), fourth in scoring and fifth in steals (0.52) ... averaged 10.1 ppg from Jan. 21 through the end of the season ... poured in a season-high 21 points against Stony Brook (Feb. 28) ... pulled in a season-best eight rebounds versus Boston U. (Jan. 7).

FAVORITE NBA TEAM Denver Nuggets Favorite SPORTS MOVIE He Got Game

BEFORE UNH

Favorite TV Show Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Graduated from Prep Charter High School ... averaged 20.0 points, 12.0 rebounds and 2.0 blocks per game in 2008-09, while leading his squad to a 21-7 record ... 2008-09 McDonald’s All-American nominee ... helped Prep to a state title in 2007-08.

ACTOR WHO WOULD PLAY YOU IN A MOVIE Denzel Washington

PERSONAL

Person WITH THE BIGGEST IMPACT ON YOUR LIFE My grandmother

Born June 17, 1991 in Philadelphia, Pa. … son of Ferguson Myrick and Pamela Washington ... enjoys writing poetry ... hopes to play in the NBA ... majoring in computer engineering.

Advice to youngsters Knock down whoever steps in your way of success

MYRICK CAREER HIGHS Points:...........................................21 vs.Stony Brook (02/28/10) 3-Point FG Made:....................................................2, three times Free Throws Made:............................8 at Boston u. (02/04/10) Rebounds...........................................8 vs. Boston U. (01/07/10) Assists:..........................................................................1, five times Steals:..........................................................2 at Maine (01/18/10) .........................................................2 vs. Binghamton (02/11/10) Blocks:.........................................................................1, nine times Minutes:...............................................30 vs. UMBC (02/24/10)

Year 2009-10 Totals

G/GS 25/1 25/1

Min. 360 360

AVG 14.4 14.4

FG/A FG% 64/154 .416 64/154 .416

3FG/A 3FG% 14/39 .359 14/39 .359

FT/A FT% PTS AVG REB AVG PF/FO 47/63 .746 189 7.6 64 2.6 46/1 47/63 .746 189 7.6 64 2.6 46/1

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average homeF attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reachedp New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previousfi 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years)s won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000s in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH( (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team thatr would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholmh crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewestt since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus winss four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, thes second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinalt appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conferencet coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,c

CHANDLER RHOADS Sophomore Guard 6-4 195 Berryville, Va.

Getting to know Chandler rhoads... Nickname Chan Chan

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2009-10 – America East Rookie of the Week (Nov. 16) ... America East Academic Honor Roll

2009-10

Played in 26 games and made five starts ... averaged 4.0 points, 1.6 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game ... ranked second on the team in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.1), third in assists and steals (0.7 spg), and sixth in scoring ... put together a season-best three-game double-digit scoring streak from Feb. 11-17 ... set season highs with 16 points and eight rebounds at Vermont on Feb. 14 ... handed out a season-high five assists against Suffolk (Nov. 14), Stony Brook (Jan. 10) and Albany (Feb. 9).

BEFORE UNH

Played at Air Force Prep during the 2008-09 season ... averaged 17.0 points, 5.0 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 3.0 steals per game ... graduated from Clarke County High School ... Clarke County’s all-time leading scorer with 1,638 points ... led Clarke County to a pair of state championships during his four-year career ... named Virginia State A Basketball Player of the Year after averaging 25.6 points, 6.0 rebounds and 6.0 assists per game during the 2007-08 season ... McDonald’s All-American nominee his senior year ... First Team All-State member his junior and senior seasons ... played AAU ball with current Wildcat forward Brian Benson for East Coast Fusion and head coach Cade Lemcke.

PERSONAL

Born April 9, 1990 in Provo, Utah … son of Thomas and Tammi Rhoads ... enjoys motorcycles, fishing and boating ... hopes to play basketball professionally ... major is undeclared.

Dream 1-on-1 matchup Michael Jordan biggest NON-Athletic thrill Being a brother BIGGEST ATHLETIC THRILL Hitting the game-winning shot in the state title game Best athlete you have ever competed with Ronnie Price FAVORITE NBA PLAYER LeBron James FAVORITE SPORT OTHER THAN BASKETBALL Football Favorite ACTOR Denzel Washington Favorite TV Show Seinfeld PERSON WITH THE BIGGEST IMPACT ON YOUR LIFE My parents Advice to youngsters Stay in school

RHOADS CAREER HIGHS Points:..................................................16 at Vermont (02/14/10) 3-Point FG Made:.....................................................1, four times Free Throws Made:.................................8 vs. Maine (02/17/10) Total Rebounds:...................................8 at Vermont (02/14/10) Assists:......................................................................5, three times Steals:.......................................................4 vs. Suffolk (11/14/09) Blocks:..................................................2 vs. Hartford (02/06/10) Minutes:..............................................30 at Vermont (02/14/10)

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G/GS 26/5 26/5

Min. 452 452

AVG 17.4 17.4

FG/A FG% 29/98 .296 29/98 .296

3FG/A 3FG% 4/24 .167 4/24 .167

FT/A FT% PTS AVG REB AVG PF/FO A TO Blk Stl 41/76 .539 103 4.0 42 1.6 56/1 45 41 3 18 41/76 .539 103 4.0 42 1.6 56/1 45 41 3 18

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Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

Freshman Guard 6-0 170 Sleepy Hollow, N.Y.

Getting to know Jordon Bronner...

Nicknames Diddy, Breezy REASON YOU CHOSE YOUR JERSEY NUMBER My mom had five children

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Player you model your game after Rajon Rondo Best athlete you have ever competed with Sebastian Telfair MOST FAMOUS PERSON YOU’VE MET Paul Pierce favorite SONG “I’m Ready for Ya” by Drake ACTOR WHO WOULD PLAY YOU IN A MOVIE Omar Epps Person you admire most My mom Advice to youngsters Put 100 percent into everything you do

BEFORE UNH

MEET THE WILDCATS

JORDON BRONNER

Played at Iona Prep where he was the school’s first four-year varsity starter ... averaged 12 points and four assists per game his senior year for a team that won 25 games ... won 27 games his junior season en route to the school’s first Catholic State Championship ... the Gaels won their league championship three years in a row, while Bronner made all-county and all-league squads his junior and senior seasons.

PERSONAL

Born Dec. 20, 1991 in Sleepy Hollow, N.Y. … son of Carl Bronner and Diana Garrant ... relative Tony Taylor is currently a junior on the men’s basketball team at George Washington ... enjoys hanging out with friends and swimming ... lists his favorite athlete as Kobe Bryant and his mom as the person he admires most ... hopes to play basketball overseas ... major is undeclared.

DEANDRAY BUCKLEY Freshman Guard/Forward 6-4 205 Romulus, Mich.

Getting to know DEANDRAY BUCKLEY...

Nicknames Dray, Deebo

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Dream 1-on-1 matchup Magic Johnson FIRST BASKETBALL MEMORY Playing on a five-foot hoop with my brother

BEFORE UNH

Played at Romulus High School where he was part of a school-record 79 victories during his career and played in two state semifinals ... averaged 15.2 points, 9.2 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 2.2 steals per game, while shooting 49 percent from the floor during his senior year ... guided the Eagles to a 21-2 record that season, as well as the No. 1 ranking in the Detroit News’ Super 10 ... the four-year player was named to the Detroit News All-Area West First Team, in addition to the Detroit News Dream Team Third Team.

PERSONAL

REASON YOU CHOSE YOUR JERSEY NUMBER My older brother always wore number 1

Born Dec. 17, 1991 in Detroit, Mich. … son of Sterling and Msichana Buckley ... brother Dominique Buckley played basketball at Iowa State from 2008-10 and is currently a junior at Toledo ... enjoys sleeping and playing video games ... lists his favorite athlete as Kobe Bryant and his mom as the person he admires most ... hopes to play professional basketball either in the NBA or overseas ... major is undeclared.

Person you admire most My mother Favorite MOVIE Transformers ACTOR WHO WOULD PLAY YOU IN A MOVIE Mike Epps Person WITH THE BIGGEST IMPACT ON YOUR LIFE My father Advice to youngsters Never let someone take your heart

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average homeF attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reachedp New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previousfi 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years)s won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000s in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH( (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team thatr would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholmh crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewestt since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus winss four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, thes second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinalt appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conferencet coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,c

SCOTT MORRIS

Freshman Guard 6-2 200 Walkersville, Md.

Getting to know SCOTT morris... Nickname Scotty PERSON YOU ADMIRE MOST My father

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Player you model your game after J.J. Redick

BEFORE UNH

Played at Walkersville High School where he averaged 22.0 points, 6.5 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 2.9 steals per game as a senior as he led his team to the Class 2A West Region championship game and a 14-9 overall record ... selected as the Frederick/Carroll County Player of the Year by the Maryland Gazette ... as a junior, averaged 18.6 points, 6.3 rebounds. 6.6 assists and 2.0 steals per game as he led the Lions to the regional finals and an 18-7 record ... named to the Frederick News Post All-County First Team, as well as the All-Gazette First Team, and was First Team All-Piedmont Division ... owned a 4.0 grade point average that ranked No. 1 in his class of 328.

PERSONAL

Born Oct. 10, 1991 in Maryland … son of Karl and Karen Morris ... enjoys lacrosse and music... lists his favorite athlete as Kobe Bryant and his father as the person he admires most ... hopes to be successful in whatever career he chooses ... majoring in business administration.

FAVORITE Sports TEAM Baltimore Ravens FIRST BASKETBALL MEMORY Shooting on my little tike hoop Favorite TV Show ESPN SportsCenter ACTOR WHO WOULD PLAY YOU IN A MOVIE Leonardo DiCaprio Person WITH THE BIGGEST IMPACT ON YOUR LIFE My mother Advice to youngsters Keep your head high, no matter what

KAZADI NYANGUILA Getting to know kazadi nyanguila... Nickname Kaz REASON YOU CHOSE YOUR JERSEY NUMBER Kobe Bryant Player you model your game after Kevin Garnett favorite sports other than basketball Hockey and soccer FAVORITE sports Team Montreal Canadiens favorite Sports movie Coach Carter FAVORITE ACTOR Jim Carrey

BEFORE UNH

Played two years at Vanier CEGEP/College, where he was named the team’s Most Improved Player his senior year after averaging 12.6 points and leading the entire league with 10.1 rebounds per game ... led the team in field goal percentage and blocked shots ... prior to arriving at Vanier, was the team MVP at La Dauversiere High School, where he averaged 22.5 points and 14.8 rebounds per game en route to being named a league all-star his sophomore season.

PERSONAL

CHILDHOOD IDOL Shaquille O’Neal PERSON YOU ADMIRE MOST My parents

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Freshman Forward 6-7 230 Montreal, Quebec

Born March 10, 1991 in Kinshasa, Congo … son of Mutambayi Nyanguila and Angele Kabedi-Kazadi ... enjoys playing video games, listening to music and spending time with his family ... lists his favorite athlete as Kobe Bryant and his parents as the people he admires most ... hopes to play professional basketball, become a general manager or go to law school ... major is undeclared.

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Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,

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eFeb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000dplus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time 0since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list H(58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference trecord (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total mhome attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first ttime since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last sseven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight estraight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 lto 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less ethan five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season ,championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,

CONFERENCE

Stony Brook -x Vermont -y Maine Boston University Binghamton New Hampshire Hartford UMBC Albany

W 13 12 11 11 8 6 6 3 2

L 3 4 5 5 8 10 10 13 14

Pct. .813 .750 .688 .688 .500 .375 .375 .188 .125

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

A 5-3 5-3 5-3 5-3 2-6 2-6 3-5 3-5 1-7

OVERALL

L 5 4-1 4-1 3-2 4-1 2-3 2-3 1-4 2-3 1-4

Streak L 1 W 1 L 1 W 3 L1 W 1 W1 W 1 L3

W 22 25 19 21 13 13 8 4 7

L 10 10 11 14 18 17 22 26 25

Pct. .688 .714 .633 .600 .419 .433 .267 .133 .219

H 12-1 10-2 9-3 11-4 9-3 9-4 4-8 0-13 4-9

A 9-8 12-6 10-7 8-8 3-12 3-12 5-7 4-12 3-15

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

Streak L2 L1 L2 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L4

x-America East Regular-Season Champions y-America East Tournament Champions

2010 America East Championship

First three rounds at Chase Arena (Hartford, Conn.) Title game played at Patrick Gymnasium (Burlington, Vt.)

Quarterfinals: Saturday, March 6 No. 1 Stony Book 68, No. 8 Albany 59 No. 4 Boston U. 87, No. 5 Hartford 46 No. 2 Vermont 76, No. 7 UMBC 59 No. 6 New Hampshire 68, No. 3 Maine 57 Semifinals: Sunday, March 7 No. 4 Boston U. 70, No. 1 Stony Brook 63 No. 2 Vermont 57, No. 6 New Hampshire 38 Title Game: Saturday, March 13 at No. 2 Vermont 83, No. 4 Boston U. 70 (ESPN2) All-Championship Team Marqus Blakely, Vermont Evan Fjeld, Vermont Garvey Young, Vermont Corey Lowe, Boston U. Jake O’Brien, Boston U. Reggie Lewis Most Outstanding Player: Marqus Blakely, Vermont NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship at HSBC Arena (Buffalo, N.Y.) First Round: Thursday, March 18 No. 1 Syracuse 79, No. 16 Vermont 56

2009-10 America East Awards Kevin Roberson Player of the Year: Muhammad El-Amin, Stony Brook Rookie of the Year: Dylan Talley, Binghamton Defensive Player of the Year: Marqus Blakely, Vermont Coach of the Year: Steve Pikiell, Stony Brook

First Team Greer Wright, Binghamton John Holland, Boston U. Gerald McLemore, Maine Muhammad El-Amin, Stony Brook Marqus Blakely, Vermont

Second Team Corey Lowe, Boston University Joe Zeglinski, Hartford Alvin Abreu, New Hampshire Tommy Brenton, Stony Brook Bryan Dougher, Stony Brook

Third Team

Jake O’Brien, Boston University Sean McNally, Maine Chauncey Gilliam, UMBC Evan Fjeld, Vermont Maurice Joseph

All-Rookie Team Mike Black, Albany Dylan Talley, Binghamton Murphy Burnatowski, Maine Adrian Satchell, UMBC Ferg Myrick, New Hampshire

All-Defensive Carlos Strong, Boston U. Junior Bernal, Maine Tommy Brenton, Stony Brook Marqus Blakely, Vermont Garvey Young, Vermont

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eFeb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000dplus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time 0since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list H(58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference trecord (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total mhome attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first ttime since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last sseven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight estraight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 lto 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less ethan five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season ,championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

Patrick Nero Commissioner

BRIAN BARRIO Associate Commissioner for Compliance/Administration

Matt Bourque

Associate Commissioner for External Relations

Frank Sullivan Associate Commissioner for Men’s Basketbal/Officiating

SHONNA BROWN

About America East...

Now in its fourth decade of operation, America East has evolved into one of the most comprehensive NCAA Division I conferences with a commitment to broad-based, competitive athletics programs, complementing the academic integrity and missions of the member institutions. Progressive in its approach to its more than 3,400 student-athletes, America East recognizes champions in each of its 20 sports: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, men’s and women’s indoor track and field, men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s outdoor track and field, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, men’s and women’s tennis, and women’s volleyball. America East also conducts the nation’s most comprehensive academic recognition program for studentathletes. With a geographic footprint covering the Mid-Atlantic to Northeast regions of the United States, America East strives to develop champions in academics, athletics and leadership at its nine member institutions: University at Albany, Binghamton University, Boston University, University of Hartford, University of Maine, UMBC, University of New Hampshire, Stony Brook University and University of Vermont.

Associate Commissioner for Women’s Basketball/Sport Administration

ACADEMICS…

Jessica Descartes

• New Hampshire ranked fourth nationally in Graduation Success Rate (GSR) with a score of 97. • Vermont captured its sixth straight America East Academic Cup in 2010 after its student-athletes registered a cumulative 3.19 grade-point average, which was the best mark in the award’s 15-year history. New Hampshire recorded a 3.16 GPA and also eclipsed the former standard, while five other schools earned a 3.0 GPA or better. • America East’s 3,400 student-athletes registered a combined 3.05 GPA during the 2009-10 academic year and over 60 percent of them were named to America East’s Academic Honor Roll for recording GPA’s of 3.0 or better. • Seven student-athletes were tabbed ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-Americans during the 2009-10 season, the league’s most since the 2005-06 academic year. Emily Pallotta (Boston U. women’s soccer), May Kotsopoulos (Vermont women’s basketball), Alice Chen (UMBC women’s tennis), Keilan Freeman (UMBC men’s swimming & diving), Olivia Jarem (Albany women’s lacrosse), Valete Graham (Albany men’s track & field) and Dominic Devaud (UMBC men’s track & field) earned the honor, while 20 others were All-District selections. • Binghamton’s Sven Vloedgraven (tennis) and Vermont’s May Kotsopoulos (basketball) were the America East Male and Female Scholar-Athletes of the Year, respectively. • Nineteen student-athletes were recognized as America East Scholar-Athletes and 169 received All-Academic recognition in their respective sport. • Twenty-four America East teams were publicly recognized by the NCAA for their multiyear Academic Progress Rate (APR), for finishing among the top 10 percent of teams in the nation, the league’s most since 2006.

Assistant Commissioner for Finance/Administration

CHAD DWYER

Director of Championships/Administrator

Sean Tainsh

Director of Communications

Leslie Hanna

Associate Director for Communications/PR

Keith arsenault

Communications Intern

MAX MANDEL

Marketing/New Media Intern

MARISA VIOLA

Administrative Intern

Kathy Ferraraccio

Coordinator of Volleyball Officials

Roger Taylor

Coordinator of Soccer Officials

Barbara Carreiro

Coordinator of Field Hockey Officials

Mara Wager

Coordinator of Women’s Lacrosse Officials

Nick Zibelli

Coordinator of Baseball Umpires

Nick Cinquanto

Coordinator of Softball Umpires

CONTACT INFORMATION Phone Number 617-695-6369

Fax Numbers

(617) 695-6380 (administration) (617) 695-6385 (communications)

Mailing Address

215 First Street, Suite 140 Cambridge, MA 02142

Website

www.AmericaEast.com

AMERICA EAST

STAFF DIRECTORY

ATHLETICS… • Boston University won the Stuart P. Haskell, Jr. Commissioner’s Cup for the fifth straight year and eighth time in the last nine years after capturing a league-high tying six championships, three regular-season titles and three runner-up finishes during the 2009-10 season. • Twenty-two America East student-athletes earned All-America recognition, including one in men’s basketball, one each in men’s and women’s soccer, six in men’s lacrosse, seven in women’s lacrosse, one each in field hockey and softball and four in cross country/track & field. • A record six America East men’s and women’s basketball teams qualified for the postseason: Boston University men (CBI), Boston University women (WNIT), Hartford women (NCAA), Stony Brook men (NIT), Vermont men (NCAA) and Vermont women (NCAA). o Two women’s teams made the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2000 with Vermont earning the automatic bid and Hartford receiving an at-large berth. o Vermont downed Wisconsin, 64-55, in the first round for its first-ever NCAA win. It was the third time in five years an America East women’s team won an NCAA game. o Stony Brook reached the postseason for the first time and hosted Illinois in an NIT first round contest. It was the first time an America East men’s basketball team hosted a postseason game since 1987. o Boston University reached the semifinals of the College Basketball Invitational and hosted a quarterfinal contest. • Stony Brook men’s lacrosse climbed to No. 7 in the nation and reached the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship after an 9-7 victory over Denver in the first round. o The Seawolves are the third different America East men’s lacrosse team (Albany, UMBC) to win an NCAA game since 2007. o Stony Brook hosted the NCAA quarterfinal round and drew 10,024 fans to LaValle Stadium. The Seawolves were edge by top-ranked Virginia, 10-9. o America East Player of the Year Kevin Crowley received the USILA’s Enners Award, which is given to college lacrosse’s most outstanding player. He was also a finalist for the prestigious Tewaaraton Award. • Boston University (No. 16) and UMBC (No. 18) were both ranked in the NSCAA men’s soccer national poll. It was the first time since the poll started in 1996 that two America East teams were ranked at the same time. • Boston University softball and Stony Brook baseball each won a game in its respective NCAA Championship. The Terriers downed UMass, while the Seawolves upended N.C. State. • Binghamton men’s tennis climbed to No. 43 in the nation while Sven Vloedgraven became the first America East tennis student-athlete to qualify for the NCAA individual championships.

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,

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Composite Schedule

November Fri. 12 Boston U. at Northeastern 7 p.m. Stony Brook at Connecticut (SNY) 7 p.m. Cornell at Albany 7:30 p.m. Maine at Utah Valley State 9 p.m. Sat. 13 Lesley at New Hampshire 1 p.m. Hartford at Central Connecticut State (1) 6 p.m. Colgate at Binghamton 7 p.m. Vermont at Siena 7 p.m. Sun. 14 Maine at Maryland 2 p.m. Mount Ida at Stony Brook 2 p.m. VMI at UMBC 3 p.m. Mon. 15 American at Albany 7 p.m. Tue. 16 Stony Brook at Monmouth 6 a.m. Hartford at Quinnipiac 7 p.m. New Hampshire at Dartmouth 7 p.m. Boston U. vs. George Washington (2) 8 p.m. Wed. 17 Boston U. vs. Villanova/Marist(2) TBA Binghamton at Bucknell 7 p.m. UMBC at Loyola 7 p.m. #Vermont at Connecticut (SNY) 7 p.m. Albany at Georgia Tech (3) 7:30 p.m. Thu. 18 Stony Brook at Fairleigh Dickinson 7 p.m. Fri. 19 Marist at Boston U. 7 p.m. Dartmouth at Hartford 7 p.m. Maine-Machias at Maine 7 p.m. Sat. 20 Vermont at Quinnipiac 1 p.m. Albany at Fairleigh Dickinson 7 p.m. Central Connecticut State at UMBC 7 p.m. Holy Cross at New Hampshire 7 p.m. Sun. 21 St. Bonaventure at Binghamton 2 p.m. Wagner at Stony Brook 2 p.m. Mon. 22 Boston U. vs. TBA(4) TBA Maine at Notre Dame 7:30 p.m. Tue. 23 Boston U. vs. TBA (4) TBA Binghamton at Army 7 p.m. New Hampshire at Sacred Heart 7 p.m. Iona at Albany 7:30 p.m. UMBC at Coppin State 7:30 p.m. Wed. 24 Boston U. vs. TBA (5) TBA St. Francis (Pa.) at Hartford 7 p.m. Loyola at Vermont 7 p.m. Fri. 26 Boston U. at TBA (5) TBA Albany vs. Detroit (6) 7:30 p.m. Sat. 27 Hartford at Fordham 1 p.m. Brown at New Hampshire 1 p.m. NJIT at Vermont 1 p.m. Albany vs. Niagara (6) 5 p.m. Cornell at Boston U. 5 p.m. UMBC at Duquesne 7 p.m. Sun. 28 Binghamton at Drexel 2 p.m. Albany vs. Bowling Green (6) 3 p.m. Mon. 29 Maine at Quinnipiac 7 p.m. Tue. 30 Canisius at Binghamton 7 p.m. Boston U. at Kentucky (FS South) 7 p.m. Hartford at Yale 7 p.m. UMBC at Pennsylvania 7 p.m. New Hampshire at Connecticut 7 p.m. December Wed. 1 Lehigh at Stony Brook 7 p.m. Dartmouth at Vermont 7 p.m. Thu. 2 Brown at Hartford (CTSN) 7 p.m. Fri. 3 #UMBC at Connecticut (SNY) 7 p.m. Sat. 4 Yale at Vermont 1 p.m. Brown at Maine 2 p.m. New Hampshire at Colgate 2 p.m. Stony Brook at Columbia 4 p.m. Boston U. at Bucknell 7 p.m. Albany at Siena 7:30 p.m. Sun. 5 Hartford at Florida State (Sun Sports) 7 p.m. Mon. 6 Albany at Yale 7:30 p.m. Delaware State at Maine 7:30 p.m. Tue. 7 Stony Brook at Holy Cross 7 p.m. Wed. 8 Hofstra at Binghamton 7 p.m. Hartford at Sacred Heart 7 p.m.

Thu. 9 Sat. 11 Tue. 14 Sat. 18 Sun. 19 Mon. 20 Tue. 21 Wed. 22 Tue. 28 Wed. 29 Thu. 30 Fri. 31 January Sun. 2 Mon. 3 Tue. 4 Wed. 5 Thu. 6 Sat. 8 Sun. 9 Mon. 10 Tue. 11 Wed. 12 Sat. 15 Mon. 17 Tue. 18 Thu. 20 Sat. 22

Maine at Massachusetts 7 p.m. !Vermont vs. BYU 7 p.m. UMBC at Rider 7:30 p.m. ^La Salle at Boston U. 7 p.m. Army at New Hampshire 7 p.m. Binghamton at Manhattan 2 p.m. Boston U. at Harvard 2 p.m. Sacred Heart at Stony Brook 2 p.m. Hartford at Monmouth 4 p.m. Central Connecticut State at Albany 7 p.m. Towson at UMBC 7 p.m. Sun. 12 Norfolk State at Maine 12 p.m. Marist at Vermont 1 p.m. American at UMBC 7 p.m. Cornell at Binghamton 2 p.m. New Hampshire at Rhode Island 2 p.m. UMBC at Morgan State 7 p.m. Mount St. Mary’s at Albany 7 p.m. Colgate at Maine 2 p.m. Stony Brook at Notre Dame (ESPNU) 4:30 p.m. Vermont at Fairfield 7:30 p.m. Maine at Penn State 5 p.m. St. Peter’s at Binghamton 7 p.m. ^St. Joseph’s at Boston U. 7 p.m. Albany at Colgate 7 p.m. New Hampshire at Central Connecticut State 7 p.m. UMBC at Notre Dame 7:30 p.m. Vermont at Iona 7:30 p.m. Albany at Xavier (FS Ohio) 7 p.m. Binghamton at Marshall 7 p.m. Hartford at California 10:30 p.m. New Hampshire vs. Cornell (7) 5 p.m. Quinnipiac at Boston U. 7 p.m. Colgate at Stony Brook 7 p.m. Mount St. Mary’s at Vermont 7 p.m. New Hampshire vs. Wofford/VCU (7) TBA Albany at Wagner 7 p.m. Binghamton at Morehead State 7 p.m. Columbia at Maine 7 p.m. Niagara at UMBC 7 p.m. Boston U. at Massachusetts 2 p.m. Hartford at St. Mary’s 8 p.m. *Boston U. at Maine 1 p.m. *New Hampshire at Albany 1 p.m. Binghamton at La Salle 2 p.m. *Stony Brook at UMBC 5 p.m. St. Francis (N.Y.) at Hartford 7 p.m. *Vermont at Stony Brook 7 p.m. *New Hampshire at Boston U. (CSN) 7:30 p.m. *Hartford at Maine 7 p.m. *Albany at Vermont 7 p.m. *Binghamton at New Hampshire 1 p.m. *Maine at UMBC 2 p.m. Stony Brook at Cornell 2 p.m. *Vermont at Boston U. 1 p.m. *Albany at Hartford 2 p.m. *Stony Brook at Binghamton (MSG+) 7 p.m. *Hartford at New Hampshire 7 p.m. *Maine at Albany (TW) 7 p.m. *UMBC at Binghamton 7 p.m. *UMBC at Vermont 1 p.m. *New Hampshire at Stony Brook 2 p.m. *Binghamton at Maine 3:30 p.m. *Boston U. at Albany (TW) 7 p.m. *Albany at Stony Brook (MSG+) 7 p.m. *Boston U. at UMBC 7 p.m. *Hartford at Binghamton 7 p.m. *Maine at Vermont (CSN) 7:30 p.m. *Binghamton at Albany 7 p.m. *UMBC at Hartford 7 p.m. *Stony Brook at Boston U. 7 p.m. *Vermont at New Hampshire 7 p.m. *Boston U. at Hartford (CSN) 4 p.m. *Stony Brook at Maine 7 p.m.

Sun. 23 *UMBC at New Hampshire 1 p.m. *Vermont at Binghamton 2 p.m. Tue. 25 *Hartford at Vermont 7 p.m. *New Hampshire at Maine 7 p.m. Wed. 26 *Albany at UMBC 7 p.m. *^Binghamton at Boston U. 9 p.m. Sat. 29 *Hartford at Stony Brook 2 p.m. *Boston U. at New Hampshire 3 p.m. *Maine at Binghamton 7 p.m. *Vermont at Albany 7 p.m. Mon. 31 *UMBC at Stony Brook 7 p.m. *New Hampshire at Vermont (CSN) 7:30 p.m. February Tue. 1 *Maine at Boston U. (CSN) 7:30 p.m. Wed. 2 *Albany at New Hampshire 7 p.m. Thu. 3 *Vermont at Hartford 7 p.m. *Binghamton at UMBC (MASN/TW) 7:30 p.m. Fri. 4 *Boston U. at Stony Brook 7 p.m. Sat. 5 *Hartford at Albany (TW) 7 p.m. *New Hampshire at Binghamton 7 p.m. Sun. 6 *Stony Brook at Vermont 1 p.m. *UMBC at Maine 2 p.m. Wed. 9 *Stony Brook at New Hampshire 7 p.m. *Vermont at UMBC 7 p.m. Thu. 10 *Maine at Hartford 7 p.m. *$Albany at Boston U. 9:30 p.m. Sat. 12 *Maine at Stony Brook (ESPNU) 11 a.m. *Hartford at Boston U. 7 p.m. *New Hampshire at UMBC 7 p.m. Sun. 13 *Binghamton at Vermont 1 p.m. Mon. 14 *Stony Brook at Albany (MSG+) 7 p.m. Tue. 15 *UMBC at Boston U. 7:30 p.m. Wed. 16 *Binghamton at Hartford 7 p.m. *Vermont at Maine 7:30 p.m. Sat. 19 TBA at Boston U. (8) TBA Maine at TBA (8) TBA New Hampshire at TBA (8) TBA TBA at Stony Brook (8) TBA Vermont at TBA (8) TBA *Hartford at UMBC 7 p.m. Sun. 20 *Albany at Binghamton 2 p.m. Mon. 22 *Maine at New Hampshire (CSN) 7 p.m. Wed. 23 *UMBC at Albany (TW) 7 p.m. *Stony Brook at Hartford 7 p.m. Thu. 24 *Boston U. at Binghamton 7 p.m. Sun. 27 *Boston U. at Vermont (CSN) 1 p.m. *Binghamton at Stony Brook 2 p.m. *New Hampshire at Hartford (CTSN) 2 p.m. *Albany at Maine 7 p.m. Tournament/Site Legend (1) Connecticut 6 Classic (Uncasville, Conn.) (2) NIT Season Tip-Off (Philadelphia, Pa.) (3) Legends Classic (Atlanta, Ga.) (4) NIT Season Tip-Off Consolation Rounds (5) NIT Season Tip-Off Championship Rounds (New York, N.Y.) (6) Legends Classic Subregional (Detroit, Mich.) (7) VCU Cristmas Tournament (Richmond, Va.) (8) BracketBusters Series *America East Conference game ^at Agganis Arena (Boston, Mass.) #XL Center (Hartford, Conn.) !Glens Falls Civic Center (Glen Falls, N.Y.) $Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.) ALL TIMES EASTERN STANDARD Comcast Sports Network – CSN Connecticut Sports Network – CTSN ESPN U – ESPNU Fox Sports Florida – Sun Sports Fox Sports Ohio – FS Ohio Fox Sports South – FS South Mid-Alantic Sports Network – MASN MSG Plus – MSG+ Sportnet New York - SNY Time Warner – TW

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eFeb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000dplus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time 0since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list H(58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference trecord (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total mhome attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first ttime since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last sseven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight estraight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 lto 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less ethan five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season ,championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

All games

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 13-17 6-10 7-7

gp-gs

25

Abreu, Alvin Conference-Only... Conley, Tyrone Conference-Only... DiLiegro, Dane Conference-Only... Myrick, Ferg Conference-Only... Onguetou, Radar Conference-Only... Santos, Colbey Conference-Only... Rhoads, Chandler Conference-Only... Graham, Russell Conference-Only... Benson, Brian Conference-Only... Valladares, James Conference-Only... Matagrano, Chris Conference-Only... Team Team Total.......... Conference-Only... Opponents...... Conference-Only...

30-30 1000 33.3 141-394 16-16 541 33.8 84-228 29-28 880 30.3 106-301 16-16 495 30.9 57-161 30-27 849 28.3 103-207 16-15 454 28.4 44-103 25-1 360 14.4 64-154 14-0 237 16.9 47-105 30-27 794 26.5 50-140 16-16 420 26.3 27-76 25-3 336 13.4 34-104 13-1 134 10.3 12-44 26-5 452 17.4 29-98 14-0 245 17.5 17-51 30-23 698 23.3 35-112 16-15 385 24.1 21-65 23-3 305 13.3 28-61 10-0 91 9.1 6-19 24-2 250 10.4 15-41 15-1 188 12.5 11-32 18-1 126 7.0 6-16 9-0 60 6.7 1-8

15 32 24 03 05 34 11 33

Score by Periods New Hampshire Opponents

30 16 30 16

1st 827 860

2nd 979 982

6050 3250 6050 3250

OT 19 31

611-1628

327-892 639-1538

339-814

AWAY 3-12 2-6 1-6

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

.358 52-169 .368 33-95 .352 54-168 .354 30-88 .498 0-1 .427 0-1 .416 14-39 .448 11-27 .357 18-67 .355 7-34 .327 23-79 .273 10-35 .296 4-24 .333 3-11 .313 5-31 .323 4-17 .459 4-14 .316 0-2 .366 8-21 .344 8-21 .375 0-0 .125 0-0

.308 98-131 .347 44-61 .321 73-109 .341 36-54 .000 60-101 .000 32-59 .359 47-63 .407 35-45 .269 31-52 .206 9-19 .291 9-15 .286 5-7 .167 41-76 .273 25-46 .161 43-68 .235 22-32 .286 13-28 .000 6-16 .381 3-6 .381 3-6 .000 3-4 .000 0-0

.748 .721 .670 .667 .594 .542 .746 .778 .596 .474 .600 .714 .539 .543 .632 .688 .464 .375 .500 .500 .750 .000

.375 .367 .415 .416

.297 .320 .309 .304

.645 .629 .701 .703

182-613 106-331 133-430 68-224

421-653 217-345 462-659 274-390

off

26 16 31 16 83 51 24 17 66 34 13 4 9 6 18 11 29 13 14 7 9 4 61 32 383 211 295 161

NEUTRAL 1-1 0-0 1-1

Rebounds def tot

73 45 80 46 161 81 40 26 100 53 18 6 33 19 80 39 36 4 16 13 12 4 52 30 701 366 764 423

avg

99 61 111 62 244 132 64 43 166 87 31 10 42 25 98 50 65 17 30 20 21 8 113 62 1084 577 1059 584

3.3 3.8 3.8 3.9 8.1 8.3 2.6 3.1 5.5 5.4 1.2 0.8 1.6 1.8 3.3 3.1 2.8 1.7 1.3 1.3 1.2 0.9

36.1 36.1 35.3 36.5

to blk

stl

pts

avg

43 1 63 67 10 24 0 32 32 6 81 3 32 55 17 46 2 14 27 13 93 4 14 68 5 43 3 4 34 3 46 1 5 41 9 30 1 2 29 7 76 1 9 24 3 42 1 8 11 3 30 0 16 15 2 17 0 4 3 1 56 1 45 41 3 31 0 25 18 3 60 1 121 41 1 31 0 72 20 0 37 0 2 15 9 16 0 0 6 1 47 4 3 10 6 40 4 2 8 5 31 1 2 12 5 15 1 2 5 2 1 6 1 2 601 17 312 395 70 336 12 165 195 44 618 - 294 407 101 328 10 137 215 58

pf dq

a

24 12 32 17 6 5 13 9 9 7 9 4 18 7 20 12 6 3 4 4 1 0

432 245 339 180 266 120 189 140 149 70 100 39 103 62 118 68 73 18 41 33 15 2

14.4 15.3 11.7 11.3 8.9 7.5 7.6 10.0 5.0 4.4 4.0 3.0 4.0 4.4 3.9 4.3 3.2 1.8 1.7 2.2 0.8 0.2

142 1825

60.8 61.1 62.4 63.8

80 977 169 1873 81 1020

2009-10 FINAL STATISTICS

Player

01

avg

Total 3-Point fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

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21

min

HOME 9-4 4-4 5-0

Totals 1825 1873

UNH INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS POINTS.........................................................28, Tyrone Conley at Santa Clara (01/02/10) FIELD GOALS MADE.........................................11, Dane DiLiegro vs. Marist (11/28/09) FIELD GOAL ATT................................................. 22, Alvin Abreu at Vermont (02/14/10) FG PCT (min 5 made).......................... .833 (5-6), Brian Benson vs. Maine (03/06/10) ...................................................... .833 (5-6), Dane DiLiegro vs. Stony Brook (02/28/10) 3 PT FG MADE............................................. 6, Tyrone Conley at Santa Clara (01/02/10) 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS..................................11, Tyrone Conley at Santa Clara (01/02/10) 3-PT FG PCT (min 2 made)............1.000 (5-5), Alvin Abreu vs. Vermont (01/27/10) ..................................................... 1.000 (3-3), Tyrone Conley at Stony Brook (01/10/10) ......................................................... 1.000 (2-2), Ferg Myrick at Binghamton (01/30/10) ......................................................... 1.000 (2-2), Radar Onguetou vs. Suffolk (11/14/09) FREE THROWS MADE.........................................10, Alvin Abreu vs. Colgate (12/30/09) FREE THROW ATT................................................12, Alvin Abreu vs. Colgate (12/30/09) FT PCT (min 3 made)..................... 1.000 (8-8 ), Ferg Myrick at Boston U. (02/04/10) ......................................................... 1.000 (6-6), Ferg Myrick vs. Stony Brook (02/28/10) .....................................................................1.000 (6-6), Alvin Abreu vs. Maine (02/17/10) .........................................................1.000 (6-6), Dane DiLiegro vs. Boston U. (01/07/10) .................................................................1.000 (5-5), Dane DiLiegro at Marist (11/28/09) ................................................................... 1.000 (5-5), Alvin Abreu vs. Suffolk (11/14/09) ........................................................1.000 (4-4), Alvin Abreu vs. Binghamton (02/11/10) ......................................................... 1.000 (4-4), Alvin Abreu at Binghamton (01/30/10) .......................................................1.000 (4-4), Tyrone Conley at Santa Clara (01/02/10) ...................................................................1.000 (3-3), Alvin Abreu vs. Albany (01/13/10) .................................................................. 1.000 (3-3), Dane DiLiegro at Army (12/22/09) ....................................................................1.000 (3-3), Ferg Myrick at Hofstra (12/12/09) REBOUNDS...................................................16, Dane DiLiegro vs. Boston U. (01/07/10) ASSISTS.........................................................12, Russell Graham vs. Vermont (01/27/10) STEALS.............................................................4, Chandler Rhoads vs. Suffolk (11/14/09) BLOCKED SHOTS.....................................3, Tyrone Conley vs. Binghamton (02/11/10) ...................................................................................3, Alvin Abreu vs. Hartford (02/06/10) ............................................................................. 3, Tyrone Conley vs. Vermont (01/27/10) ............................................................................ 3, Chris Matagrano vs. Suffolk (11/14/09)

UNH TEAM GAME HIGHS POINTS...................................................................91 vs. Suffolk (11/14/09) FIELD GOALS MADE..........................................32 vs. Suffolk (11/14/09) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS.................................69 at Vermont (02/14/10) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE..... .533 (24-45) vs. Dartmouth (12/20/09) 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE.......................14 at Stony Brook (01/10/10) 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS......................................31 vs. Boston U. (01/07/10) 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE................ .611 (11-18) vs. Vermont (01/27/10) FREE THROWS MADE...............................24 at Loyola (Md.) (02/20/10) ............................................................................... 24 vs. Colgate (12/30/09) FREE THROW ATTEMPTS............................... 39 vs. Colgate (12/30/09) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE..... .857 (18-21) at Binghamton (01/30/10) REBOUNDS...........................................................49 vs. Suffolk (11/14/09) ASSISTS.................................................................22 vs. Suffolk (11/14/09) STEALS...................................................................12 vs. Suffolk (11/14/09) BLOCKED SHOTS...............................................7 vs. Vermont (01/27/10)

SCORE BY PERIODS Wildcats Opponents ATTENDANCE Cumulative: Home: Away: Neutral:

1 2 827 979 860 982 71,142 14,642 51,900 4,600

OT TOTAL 19 1,825 31 1,873

(2,371 average) (1,136 average) (3,153 average) (2,300 average)

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,

Individual Records Points:

44 by Frank McLaughlin vs. UMass, 1/15/55

Points:

116 vs. Brandeis, 2/20/71

Points, Half: 28 by Matt Alosa vs. Holy Cross, 12/21/95

Points, Half: 64 vs. Vermont (2nd half ), 2/4/89

Field Goals: 19 by Frank McLaughlin vs. UMass, 1/15/55

Points, OT:

20 vs. St. Anselm, 12/8/64 20 vs. Dartmouth, 11/25/00

Field Goals:

50 vs. Brandeis (50-82), 2/20/71

FG Attempts: 36 by Denny Hodgdon vs. Bowdoin, 12/2/66 FG %:

1.000 by Blagoj Janev (11-11) vs. Vermont 1/9/07

3-Pt. FGs:

8 by Tommy MacDonald vs. Brown, 1/12/93 8 by Marcus Bullock vs. Maine, 2/14/02

3-Pt. FGAs: 14 by Tommy MacDonald vs. Brown, 1/12/93

14 by Matt Alosa vs. Hartford, 1/19/95 14 by Tyrece Gibbs at UMBC, 2/23/08 14 by Tyrece Gibbs vs. Stony Brook, 3/1/09

3-Pt. FG %: 1.000 by Alvin Abreu (7-7) vs. Santa Clara 1/4/09

1.000 by Blagoj Janev (5-5) vs. Vermont, 1/9/07 1.000 by Chris Vetrano (4-4) vs. Hartford 1/8/06 1.000 by Austin Ganly (4-4) vs. Delaware 12/7/00

Free Throws: 16 by Jose Powell vs. Providence, 11/22/91

16 by Derek Counts vs. Harvard, 11/29/88

FT Attempts: 25 by Billy Pappas vs. Bowdoin, 12/2/53 FT %:

1.000 by Jermaine Anderson (12-12) vs. Boston U., 2/11/07 1.000 by Chris Brown (12-12) vs. Hartford, 1/24/02 1.000 by Matt Alosa (12-12) vs. Delaware, 2/26/95

Rebounds:

27 by Pete Smilikis vs. Middlebury, 1/2/60

Assists:

19 by Randy Kinzly vs. Colgate, 2/4/81

Steals:

8 by Al McClain vs. Canisius, 3/8/83

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Opponent G Akron Alabama Alabama-Birmingham Albany American Army Austin Peay Binghamton Boston College Boston University Brown Buffalo California Cansius Central Connecticut State Cincinnati Colgate Columbia Connecticut Cornell Dartmouth Davidson Delaware Delaware State Detroit Drexel Duke East Carolina Elon Evansville Fairfield Florida Florida State Fordham Franklin Pierce Fresno State Gannon George Mason Gonzaga

1 1 1 20 1 8 1 19 28 122 41 2 1 18 7 1 29 3 115 2 58 4 25 1 1 20 1 2 1 2 8 3 1 1 1 1 2 1 1

W L Pct.

0 0 0 10 0 3 0 5 6 35 21 0 0 6 3 0 18 0 25 2 27 1 7 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

1 1 1 10 1 5 1 14 22 87 20 2 1 12 4 1 11 3 90 0 31 3 18 1 1 17 1 2 0 2 7 3 1 1 1 1 2 0 1

.000 .000 .000 .500 .000 .375 .000 .263 .214 .287 .512 .000 .000 .333 .429 .000 .621 .000 .217 1.000 .466 .250 .280 .000 .000 .150 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .125 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .000

Hartford Harvard Hofstra Holy Cross Idaho State Iona Jacksonville Keene State Kent State Lafayette Lehigh Liberty Long Beach State Long Island University Loyola (Md.) Maine Manhattan Marist Marshall Maryland Maryland-Baltimore Massachusetts Miami (Ohio) Miami (Fla.) Michigan State Monmouth Mt. St. Mary’s Navy New England College New Mexico Niagara North Carolina St. UNC-Charlotte UNC-Wilmington Northeastern Northern Illinois Northwestern Notre Dame Ohio State Old Dominion Pennsylvania

FG Attempts: 114 vs. St. Mary’s (39-114), 1/1/64

Ties New England record

FG %:

.707 vs. Harvard (41-58), 1/2/84

3-Pt. FGs:

17 vs. Maine (17-23), 2/14/02

3-Pt. FGAs:

41 at UMBC, 2/23/08

3-Pt. FG %:

.739 vs. Maine, 2/14/02

Free Throws: 37 vs. Connecticut (37-50), 1960-61 FT Attempts: 59 vs. Bowdoin (26-59), 1953-54 FT %:

1.000 vs. Colgate (10-10), 2/4/81

Rebounds:

81 vs. M.I.T., 1/13/60

Assists:

31 vs. Harvard, 11/29/88

53 36 18 28 1 4 3 1 1 3 3 2 1 4 1 174 2 3 1 1 15 93 1 1 2 2 3 5 1 1 17 2 1 1 118 1 1 1 1 2 2

19 14 5 9 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 63 0 2 0 0 8 28 1 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 5 0 0 0 35 0 0 0 0 1 0

34 .358 22 .389 13 .278 19 .321 0 1.000 2 .500 3 .000 0 1.000 1 .000 2 .333 3 .000 0 1.000 1 .000 4 .000 0 1.000 111 .362 2 .000 1 .667 1 .000 1 .000 7 .533 65 .301 0 1.000 1 .000 2 .000 2 .000 2 .333 2 .600 0 1.000 1 .000 12 .294 2 .000 1 .000 1 .000 83 .297 1 .000 1 .000 1 .000 1 .000 1 .500 2 .000

Penn State Pittsburgh Portland State Princeton Providence Quinnipiac Rhode Island Rice Richmond Rider Robert Morris Rutgers Santa Clara Siena St. Anselm St. Francis St. Mary’s (Calif.) St. Peter’s (N.J.) South Alabama South Carolina State South Florida Stanford Stetson Stony Brook Suffolk Towson University Tulane Vanderbilt Vermont Virginia Virginia Commonwealth Virginia Tech Wake Forest West Virginia Western Kentucky William & Mary Wisconsin Wisconsin-Milwaukeee Xavier

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3 2 1 2 13 3 105 1 1 2 3 3 2 14 64 2 1 6 1 1 1 1 2 20 4 11 1 2 130 1 3 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 3

0 0 0 1 1 2 17 0 0 1 2 0 1 2 28 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 14 4 4 1 0 48 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

3 2 1 1 12 1 88 1 1 1 1 3 1 12 36 1 1 6 1 0 1 1 0 6 0 7 0 2 82 1 3 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 3

.000 .000 .000 .500 .076 .667 .162 .000 .000 .500 .667 .000 .500 .143 .438 .500 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 1.000 .700 1.000 .364 1.000 .000 .369 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000


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eFeb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000dplus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time 0since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list H(58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference trecord (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total mhome attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first ttime since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last sseven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight estraight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 lto 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less ethan five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season ,championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

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

SCORING

Scott Drapeau (94-95) Scott Drapeau (93-94) Al McClain (83-84) Matt Alosa (95-96) Matt Alosa (94-95) Robin Dixon (82-83) Al McClain (80-81) Al McClain (81-82) Nick Mandravelis (63-64) Dan Nolan (82-83)

SCORING AVERAGE

Matt Alosa (95-96) Scott Drapeau (94-95) Scott Drapeau (93-94) Al McClain (83-84) Matt Alosa (94-95) Billy Pappas (53-54) Robin Dixon (82-83) Frank McLaughlin (55-56) Nick Mandravelis (63-64) Robert Gordon (50-51)

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Al McClain (83-84) Scott Drapeau (93-94) Matt Alosa (94-95) Matt Alosa (95-96) Joe Hargen (60-61) Wayne Morrison (75-76) Scott Drapeau (94-95) Jim Rich (63-64) Al McClain (80-81) Denny Hodgdon (66-67)

FIELD GOALS MADE

Al McClain (83-84) Scott Drapeau (93-94) Scott Drapeau (94-95) Robin Dixon (82-83) Al McClain (80-81) Matt Alosa (95-96) Matt Alosa (94-95) Al McClain (81-82) Wayne Morrison (75-76) Frank McLaughlin (54-55)

648 642 638 624 623 562 492 462 455 451

24.00 23.14 22.93 22.78 22.25 21.00 20.81 19.88 19.78 19.56

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Billy Pappas (54-55) Scott Drapeau (94-95) Scott Drapeau (93-94) Derek Counts (87-88) Chris Brown (01-02) Nick Mandravelis (63-64) Dan Nolan (82-83) Matt Alosa (95-96) Frank Davis (68-69) Matt Alosa (94-95)

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

265 241 241 222 210 199 197 196 194 181

230 205 189 187 187 186 186 180 177 168

Matt Alosa (95-96) Nick Mandravelis (63-64) Scott Drapeau (94-95) Matt Alosa (94-95) Chris Brown (01-02) Billy Pappas (54-55) Scott Drapeau (93-94) Derek Counts (87-88) Paul Shepard (68-69) Robin Dixon (82-83) Austin Ganly (01-02)

(Min. 40 Attempts) 1. Jermaine Anderson (05-06) 2. Blagoj Janev (05-06) 3. Jermaine Anderson (06-07) 4. Rodney Johnson (85-96) 5. Austin Ganly (01-02) 6. Matt Alosa (94-95) 7. Marcus Bullock (00-01) 8. Matt Alosa (95-96) 9. Jermaine Anderson (04-05) 10. Alvin Abreu (07-08)

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

.610 .581 .579 .566 .563 .559 .5559 .5556 .552 .550

FREE THROWS MADE

150 147 145 142 136 133 131 130 120 118 118

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

514 498 476 476 463 456 456 451 446 431

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

(Min. 100 attempts) Ben Sturgill (03-04) Dan Nolan (82-83) Dave Pemberton (71-72) Craig Walls (04-05) Rick Minkwitz (71-74) Ben Sturgill (02-03) Brendan Van Deventer (78-79) Peter Laskaris (77-78) Robin Dixon (82-83) Rick Minkwitz (72-73)

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

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

.919 .868 .856 .851 .849 .845 .837 .833 .821 .818

3 PT. FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Matt Alosa (94-95) Tyrece Gibbs (08-09) Matt Alosa (95-96) Tyrece Gibbs (07-08) Andy Cavo (98-99) Marcus Bullock (02-03) Marcus Bullock (03-04) Alvin Abreu (07-08) Alvin Abreu (09-10) Tyrone Conley (09-10)

3 PT. FIELD GOALS MADE

Matt Alosa (94-95) Tyrece Gibbs (08-09) Tyrece Gibbs (07-08) Matt Alosa (95-96) Andy Cavo (98-99) Marcus Bullock (01-02) Marcus Bullock (03-04) Andy Cavo (97-98) Tommy MacDonald (92-93) Alvin Abreu (07-08)

234 221 220 204 190 181 172 172 169 168

87 87 83 76 68 66 66 64 62 62

3 PT. FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Min. 35 Attempts) Matt Acres (96-97) Andy Johnston (86-87) Chris Brown (01-02) Greg Steele (86-87) Andy Cavo (97-98) Chris Vetrano (05-06) Austin Ganly (98-99) Jermaine Anderson (06-07) Ronnie Dennis (02-03) Eric Montanari (93-94)

REBOUNDS

Pete Smilikis (59-60) Dave Pemberton (71-72) Dave Pemberton (70-71) Chris Brown (01-02) Scott Drapeau (93-94) Scott Drapeau (94-95) Dirk Koopman (84-85) Nick Johnson (51-52) Dan Nolan (83-84) Dan Nolan (82-83)

.526 .500 .484 .456 .451 .444 .447 .429 .423 .416

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

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

REBOUNDING AVERAGE

Pete Smilikis (59-60) Dave Pemberton (71-72) Nick Johnson (51-52) Dave Pemberton (70-71) Jim Greene (59-60) Jim Rich (60-61) Bob Glover (66-67) Bob Bron (61-62) Dave Pemberton (69-70) Peter Davis (59-60)

ASSISTS

Wayne Morrison (72-73) Erie Feragne (71-72) Colin Donahue (00-01) Keith Dickson (78-79) Wayne Morrison (73-74) Al McClain (82-83) Russell Graham (09-10) Al McClain (83-84) Erie Feragne (72-73) Carlos Bradberry (97-98)

STEALS

Al McClain (83-84) Al McClain (80-81) Al McClain (81-82) Al McClain (82-83) Doug Wilson (93-94) Doug Wilson (94-95) Shejdie Childs (03-04) Jermaine Anderson (04-05) Doug Wilson (95-96) Dan Nolan (83-84) Chris Brown (99-00) Chris Brown (01-02)

BLOCKS

Rob Marquardt (99-00) Mike Keeler (79-80) Rob Marquardt (00-01) Rob Marquardt (98-99) Scott Drapeau (93-94) Joe Rainis (82-83) James Ben (91-92) Scott Drapeau (94-95) Tyrece Gibbs (08-09) Ethan Cole (98-99)

MINUTES

Al McClain (83-84) Matt Alosa (94-95) Tyrece Gibbs (07-08) Greg Steele (86-87) Dan Nolan (83-84) Tyrece Gibbs (08-09) Alvin Abreu (09-10) Matt Acres (95-96) Dirk Koopman (85-86) Keith Carpenter (87-88)

18.6 15.0 13.3 13.2 11.6 11.0 10.9 10.8 10.8 10.6

163 162 135 133 131 123 121 118 112 109

82 78 77 69 63 56 55 52 51 49 49 49

INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS

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

52 41 33 32 30 29 29 26 25 24

1,066 1,045 1,038 1,026 1,022 1,017 1,000 996 994 994

428 345 303 282 277 273 269 266 266 264

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,

SCORING

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

Al McClain (80-84) Robin Dixon (79-83) Wayne Morrison (72-76) Blagoj Janev (03-07) Tyrece Gibbs (06-09) Scott Drapeau (93-95) Dan Nolan (80-84) Matt Alosa (94-96) Billy Pappas (52-55) Keith Dickson (75-79) Greg Steele (83-87) Jim Rich (60-64) Matt Acres (94-98) Alvin Abreu (08-) Dave Pemberton (69-72) Austin Ganly (98-02) Peter Laskaris (74-78) Erie Feragne (71-74) Mike Christensen (05-08) Eric Montanari (91-95) Derek Counts (85-89) Paul Dufour (76-80) Dirk Koopman (82-86) Eric Thielen (87-91) Marcus Bullock (00-04) Tom Horne (63-66) Pat Manor (89-93)

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

Matt Alosa (94-96) Scott Drapeau (93-95) Frank McLaughlin (54-57) Billy Pappas (52-55) Al McClain (80-84) Robert Gordon (50-56) Jim Rich (60-64) Dave Pemberton (69-72) John Parker (51-54) Robin Dixon (79-83)

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

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SCORING AVERAGE

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

Al McClain (80-84) Wayne Morrison (72-76) Robin Dixon (79-83) Jim Rich (60-64) Tyrece Gibbs (06-09) Tom Horne (63-66) Denny Hodgdon (65-68) Alvin Abreu (08-) Blagoj Janev (03-07) Erie Feragne (71-74)

FIELD GOALS MADE

Al McClain (80-84) Wayne Morrison (72-76) Robin Dixon (79-83) Greg Steele (83-87) Scott Drapeau (93-95) Dan Nolan (80-84) Jim Rich (60-64) Tyrece Gibbs (06-09) Keith Dickson (75-79) Matt Acres (95-98)

1,861 1,590 1,501 1,340 1,329 1,290 1,258 1,247 1,228 1,202 1,187 1,180 1,169 1,144 1,136 1,127 1,115 1,105 1,087 1,038 1,026 1,026 1,023 1,019 1,015 1,011 1,000 23.1 23.0 19.9 18.9 18.4 16.9 16.9 16.5 15.2 15.1 1,601 1,567 1,284 1,249 1,125 1,111 1,108 1,042 1,019 1,016 784 654 625 483 482 477 471 461 452 442

Marcus Bullock 2000-04

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

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Min. 100 made)

Rick Minkwitz (71-74) Randy Kinzly (78-82) Tony Stanfield (81-82) Frank Davis (68-72) Dan Nolan (80-84) Brendan Van Deventer (75-79) Ben Sturgill (01-05) Peter Laskaris (74-78) Dave Pemberton (69-72) Steve Seay (65-68) Scott Drapeau (93-95)

GAMES PLAYED 1. Tyrece Gibbs (06-09) 2. Dirk Koopman (82-86) Greg Steele (83-87) 4. Tommy MacDonald (90-94) Marcus Bullock 6. Keith Carpenter (86-90) Austin Ganly (98-02) 8. Matt Acres (97-98) 9. Bob Cummins (88-92) Doug Wilson (92-96) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

Billy Pappas (52-55) Dan Nolan (80-84) Robin Dixon (79-83) John Parker (51-54) Dirk Koopman (82-86) Dave Pemberton (69-72) Derek Counts (85-89) Chris Brown (97-02) Mike Christensen (05-08) Al McClain (80-84)

.549 .544 .543 .540 .538 .527 .520 .512 .507 .505 .505 117 113 113 111 111 110 110 109 108 108 576 547 492 441 428 415 414 408 407 395

FREE THROWS MADE

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

Robin Dixon (79-83) Billy Pappas (52-55) Dan Nolan (80-84) Keith Dickson (75-79) Al McClain (80-84) Mike Christensen (05-08) Matt Alosa (95-96) Derek Counts (85-89) Dave Pemberton (69-72) Chris Brown (97-02)

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

Jermaine Anderson (03-07) Norm Higgins (61-63) Randy Kinzly (77-81) Matt Alosa (94-95) Marcus Bullock (00-04) Paul Dufour (76-80) Jose Powell (91-92) David Lloyd (54-57) Austin Ganly (98-02) George Ford (50-53)

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

Tommy MacDonald (90-94) Tyrece Gibbs (06-09) Marcus Bullock (01-04) Alvin Abreu (08-) Blagoj Janev (04-07) Matt Alosa (94-96) Tyrone Conley (08-) Mike Christensen (05-08) Austin Ganly (98-02) Carmen Maciariello (96-99)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (Min. 100 Attempts)

3-PT. FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

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eFeb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000dplus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time 0since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list H(58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference trecord (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total mhome attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first ttime since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last sseven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight estraight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 lto 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less ethan five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season ,championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

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

3-PT. FIELD GOALS MADE

Marcus Bullock (01-04) Tyrece Gibbs (06-09) Tommy MacDonald (90-94) Blagoj Janev (04-07) Matt Alosa (94-96) Alvin Abreu (08-) Austin Ganly (98-02) Tyrone Conley (08-) Andy Cavo (97-99) Carmen Maciariello (96-99) Mike Christensen (05-08)

3-PT. FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Min. 50 Attempts)

1. Andy Johnston (83-87) 2. Greg Steele (83-87) 3. Matt Acres (94-98) 4. Andy Cavo (97-99) 5. Eric Montanari (91-95) 6. Tyrece Gibbs (06-09) 7. Chris Brown (97-02) 8. Eric Gilchrese (08-09) 9. Austin Ganly (98-02) 10. Scott Drapeau (93-95) REBOUNDS 1. Dave Pemberton (69-72) 2. Dan Nolan (80-84) 3. Dirk Koopman (82-86) 4. Jim Rich (61-64) 5. Eric Thielen (87-91) 6. Matt Acres (94-98) 7. Dane DiLiegro (08-) 8. Chris Brown (98-02) 9. Pete Smilikis (57-60) 10. Peter Laskaris (74-78) 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8. 9. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

REBOUNDING AVERAGE

Nick Johnson (51-52) Dave Pemberton (69-72) Jim Rich (60-64) Phil Blum (67-70) Scott Drapeau (93-95) Bob Glover (66-69) Jeff Bannister (67-69) Peter Davis (58-60) Jim Greene (58-60) Dan Nolan (80-84)

ASSISTS

Wayne Morrison (72-76) Al McClain (80-84) Keith Dickson (75-79) Erie Feragne (71-74) Andy Johnston (83-87) Doug Wilson (92-96) Keith Carpenter (86-90) Robin Dixon (79-83) Randy Kinzly (77-81) Jermaine Anderson (03-07)

249 233 197 172 163 158 144 144 132 130 130

.500 .455 .419 .398 .397 .394 .390 .388 .384 .368 897 826 726 721 717 680 637 613 603 596

STEALS

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

Al McClain (80-84) Doug Wilson (92-96) Dan Nolan (80-84) Keith Carpenter (86-90) Jermaine Anderson (03-07) Chris Brown (97-02) Bryant Davis (89-93) Robin Dixon (79-83) Ed Eusebio (92-96) Derek Counts (85-89)

BLOCKS

Rob Marquardt (97-01) Mike Keeler (79-82) Tyrece Gibbs (06-09) Scott Drapeau (93-95) Joe Rainis (79-83) Blagoj Janev (03-07) Eric Montanari (91-95) Doug Wilson (92-96) Assane Faye (98-02) Chris Perkins (86-90) James Ben (88-92)

MINUTES

Al McClain (80-84) Tyrece Gibbs (06-09) Greg Steele (83-87) Matt Acres (94-98) Marcus Bullock (00-04) Keith Carpenter (86-90) Dan Nolan (80-84) Dirk Koopman (82-86) Robin Dixon (79-83) Tommy MacDonald (90-94)

306 193 145 134 130 128 125 121 117 113

90 60 60 56 51 49 47 46 46 45 43

Colin Donahue 1997-2001

3,770 3,711 3,637 3,583 3,468 3,464 3,247 3,124 3,097 3,070

INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS

13.3 13.0 10.3 9.8 9.8 8.4 8.4 8.2 8.1 8.1 505 415 361 359 286 283 277 272 260 259

Doug Wilson 1992-96

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,

Top Five UNH Single-Season Efforts

SCORING 1. 2,256 2. 2,038 2,038 4. 2,032 5. 2,000

1994-95 1993-94 1983-84 2000-01 1995-96

1965-66 1963-64 1960-61 1959-60 1961-62

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

.504 .490 .489 .480 .476

1983-84 1982-83 1976-77 1980-81 1981-82

275 240 229 227 225

2007-08 2008-09 2000-01 2006-07 2005-06

741 740 682 655 646

2008-09 2007-08 2000-01 2006-07 2005-06

3 PT. FG PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1983-84 1994-95 1982-83 1975-76 1976-77

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 1,893 2. 1,891 3. 1,830 4. 1,825 5. 1,770

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1994-95 1963-64 1966-67 1970-71 1964-65

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 813 2. 807 3. 773 4. 740 5. 728

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

3 PT. FGS ATTEMPTED

SCORING AVERAGE 1. 80.6 2. 78.5 3. 77.7 4. 75.0 75.0

3 PT. FIELD GOALS MADE

.434 .372 .367 .359 .348

1986-87 2007-08 1994-95 1998-99 2005-06

FREE THROWS MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

489 462 457 455 448

2001-02 1968-69 1985-86 1994-95 1987-88

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

742 705 689 674 673

1987-88 1968-69 2001-02 1988-89 2002-03

.785 .738 .728 .717 .714

2005-06 1976-77 1978-79 1972-73 2001-02

1,384 1,272 1,245 1,182 1,101

1959-60 1960-61 1968-69 1961-62 1987-88

REBOUNDING AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

60.2 53.0 51.8 51.7 51.3

1959-60 1960-61 1968-69 1951-52 1961-62

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

383 382 378 375 360

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

454 438 421 419 411

1994-95 1983-84 1972-73 1993-94 1982-83

STEALS

REBOUNDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

ASSISTS

2009-10 1999-00 2000-01 2008-09 2001-02

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

257 243 222 221 217

1993-94 2000-01 1999-00 1991-92 1980-81

BLOCKS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

101 98 84 83 80

1999-00 1998-99 2008-09 1997-98 1993-94

TURNOVERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

525 510 501 500 491

1987-88 1999-00 1993-94 1990-91 1991-92

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

729 706 701 664 661

2001-02 2008-09 2009-10 1998-99 2007-08

Top Five Opponent Single-Season Efforts SCORING 1. 2,353 2. 2,310 3. 2,299 4. 2,223 5. 2,209

1999-00 1987-88 2000-01 1995-96 1994-95

SCORING AVERAGE 1. 89.9 2. 89.0 3. 88.3 4. 87.3 5. 85.4

1965-66 1967-68 1964-65 1956-57 1968-69

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 874 2. 863 3. 848 4. 846 5. 835

1976-77 1987-88 1999-00 1965-66 1983-84

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 1,926 2. 1,833 3. 1,811 4. 1,801 5. 1,789

1865-66 1987-88 1994-95 1968-69 1999-00

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

.517 .513 .509 .506 .504

1980-81 1978-79 1981-82 1977-78 1955-56

3 PT. FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 3. 5.

218 218 204 204 198

2000-01 2001-02 1999-00 2007-08 2004-05

3 PT. FGS ATTEMPTED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

605 595 588 574 523

2001-02 2004-05 2002-03 2000-01 2007-08

3 PT. FG PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

.440 .412 .398 .397 .396

1986-87 1987-88 1989-90 1999-00 1992-93

FREE THROWS MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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592 553 550 545 514

1991-92 2000-01 1992-93 1997-98 1990-91

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 5.

866 819 787 773 738

1991-92 2000-01 1990-91 1992-93 1997-98

839 822 764 764 757

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

ASSISTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

.738 .736 .735 .731 .722

1997-98 1986-87 1979-80 1983-84 1987-88

REBOUNDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1,355 1,352 1,332 1,315 1,260

476 463 459 458 440

1. 2. 2. 3. 4.

279 252 238 232 231

BLOCKS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1966-67 1960-61

169 135 123 121 114

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

TURNOVERS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4.

420 384 368 356 345

1999-00 2000-01 1980-81 1979-80 1995-96

STEALS 1961-62 1967-68 1968-69 1960-61 1999-00

REBOUNDING AVERAGE 59.0 58.8 55.5 55.0 54.8

1999-00 2000-01 2008-09 2009-10 2007-08

1999-00 1994-95 2004-05 2000-01 1995-96

534 501 489 480 480

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eFeb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000dplus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time 0since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list H(58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference trecord (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total mhome attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first ttime since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last sseven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight estraight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 lto 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less ethan five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season ,championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

W L PCT. COACH 4 4 .500 No Coach 3 3 .500 “ “ 6 4 .600 “ “ 3 4 .429 “ “ 7 4 .583 “ “ 8 3 .727 Alexander Gion 6 5 .545 No Coach 5 3 .625 “ “ 6 3 .667 Ray Thomas 7 4 .583 Percy Reynolds 5 5 .500 Todd Eberle 4 11 .267 No Coach 6 7 .461 Carl Reed 7 6 .538 William Cowell 7 3 .700 “ “ 11 3 .786 “ “ 9 6 .600 “ “ 12 5 .706 “ “ 10 8 .556 “ “ 10 5 .667 “ “ 12 2 .857 “ “ 11 3 .786 “ “ 11 4 .733 “ “ 14 1 .933 “ “ 5 8 .385 “ “ 10 4 .714 Henry Swasey 8 6 .571 “ “ 8 8 .500 “ “ 9 5 .643 “ “ 10 5 .643 “ “ 6 7 .462 “ “ 11 3 .786 “ “ 7 8 .467 “ “ 3 12 .200 “ “ 11 6 .647 “ “ 3 14 .176 George Sauer 5 10 .333 Henry Swasey 9 8 .529 “ “ 4 15 .211 “ “ 4 14 .222 “ “ < CANCELLED > < CANCELLED > 3 7 .300 “ “ 6 11 .353 Ed Stanczyk 5 12 .294 “ “ 7 10 .412 “ “ 4 11 .267 “ “ 4 12 .250 Andy Mooradian 11 9 .550 Dale Hall 8 10 .440 Bob Kerr 8 10 .440 “ “ 4 14 .220 “ “ 2 15 .118 “ “ 3 16 .158 Bill Olsen 10 12 .455 “ “ 9 14 .391 “ “

YEAR 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

W 9 6 3 7 8 2 3 10 1 9 12 11 11 11 16 6 8 12 7 10 4 7 9 16 15 7 11 4 4 4 5 3 7 6 15 19 6 7 10 4 3 7 11 5 10 9 12 10 9 14 13

L 14 18 20 17 15 19 21 12 22 15 11 12 9 15 9 18 18 14 19 16 22 19 18 12 13 22 17 24 25 22 23 25 21 21 13 9 21 20 17 23 25 21 17 23 20 19 17 20 20 16 17

PCT. COACH .391 “ “ .250 Bill Olsen .130 “ “ .292 “ “ .348 “ “ .095 “ “ .125 “ “ .455 Bill Haubrich .043 “ “ .375 “ “ .522 Gerry Friel .478 “ “ .550 “ “ .423 “ “ .640 “ “ .250 “ “ .308 “ “ .461 “ “ .269 “ “ .385 “ “ .154 “ “ .269 “ “ .333 “ “ .571 “ “ .536 “ “ .241 “ “ .392 “ “ .143 “ “ .138 “ “ .154 “ “ .179 Jim Boylan .107 “ “ .250 “ “ .222 Gib Chapman .536 “ “ .679 “ “ .222 “ “ .259 Jeff Jackson .370 “ “ .148 “ “ .107 Phil Rowe .250 “ “ .393 “ “ .217 “ “ .333 “ “ .321 “ “ .413 Bill Herrion .333 “ “ .310 “ “ .467 “ “ .433 “ “

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YEAR 1902-03 1903-04 1904-05 1905-06 1906-07 1907-08 1908-09 1909-10 1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,

2009-10 (13-17, AE 6-10) 11/14 SUFFOLK W 91-45 11/20 @ No. 25 Maryland L 55-82 11/25 @ Harvard L 60-78 11/28 MARIST W 72-58 12/04 @ Pittsburgh L 32-47 12/09 CENTRAL CONNECTICUT W 67-55 12/12 @ Hofstra L 58-75 12/20 DARTMOUTH W 69-59 12/22 @ Army L 46-54 12/30 COLGATE W 63-55 01/02 @ Santa Clara L 68-71 01/07 BOSTON UNIVERSITY L 56-60 01/10 @ Stony Brook L 63-69 01/13 ALBANY W 67-59 01/16 @ Hartford L 53-56 01/18 @ Maine L 42-56 01/21 @ UMBC W 62-58 01/27 VERMONT W 75-56 01/30 @ Binghamton L (OT) 73-76 02/04 Boston University L 47-69 02/06 HARTFORD L 54-57 02/09 @ Albany W 62-53 02/11 BINGHAMTON W 67-60 02/14 @ Vermont L (OT) 76-85 02/17 MAINE L 53-72 02/20 @ Loyola (Md.) # W 61-60 02/24 UMBC L 50-79 02/28 STONY BROOK W 77-55 03/06 vs. #3 Maine* W 68-57 03/07 vs. #2 Vermont* L 38-57 # ESPN BracketBusters @ Reitz Arena (Baltimore, Md.) *America East Tournament @ Chase Arena (West Hartford, Conn.) 2008-09 (14-16, AE 8-8) 11/16 SUFFOLK W 101-50 11/19 HARVARD L 69-80 11/23 @ Penn State L 50-70 11/29 @ Marist L 61-63 12/03 @ Colgate W 57-54 12/06 BROWN W 64-61 12/09 @ Rhode Island L 56-88 12/13 @ Long Island L 72-76 12/23 @ Fordham L 56-60 12/27 HOFSTRA L 57-62 01/04 SANTA CLARA W 58-54 01/07 HARTFORD W 55-47 01/11 @ Boston University L 37-68 01/14 UMBC W 65-47 01/17 @ Dartmouth W 68-59 01/19 @ Maine L (2OT) 75-78 01/22 BINGHAMTON L 47-60 01/25 @ Vermont L 56-72 01/28 @ Stony Brook W 71-60 01/31 VERMONT L 39-83 02/04 @ Hartford W 62-55 02/07 BOSTON UNIVERSITY L 49-67 02/10 @ UMBC L 76-81 02/15 @ Albany W 78-59 02/18 MAINE W 63-54 02/22 @ Binghamton L (OT) 69-70 02/26 ALBANY W 64-56 03/01 STONY BROOK W (OT) 58-57 03/07 vs. #5 Stony Brook* W 76-73 03/08 vs. #1 Binghamton* L 67-72 *America East Tournament @ SEFCU Arena (Albany, N.Y.) 2007-08 (9-20, AE 6-10) 11/10 @ Boston College L 67-57 11/14 SUFFOLK W 95-46 11/17 @ Central Connecticut W 78-70 11/25 QUINNIPIAC W 77-70 11/28 @ Harvard L 72-67 12/01 @ Rhode Island L 87-76 12/03 NORTHEASTERN L 62-57 12/06 @ Brown L 68-52 12/10 LONG ISLAND L 84-78 12/15 IONA L 87-81 12/30 COLGATE L 49-46 01/03 ALBANY W 75-66 01/06 UMBC L 86-73 01/09 @ Boston University L 82-72 01/12 @ Vermont L 64-61 01/15 DARTMOUTH L (OT) 65-60 01/19 @ Maine W 81-75 01/24 BINGHAMTON L 67-58 01/27 HARTFORD W 74-59 01/30 @ Stony Brook W 68-60 02/02 BOSTON UNIVERSITY L 67-52 02/06 @ Albany L 80-59 02/09 MAINE L (OT) 75-72 02/14 @ Binghamton L 56-54 02/17 @ Hartford L 82-63 02/20 STONY BROOK W 74-67 02/23 @ UMBC L (OT) 71-68 02/28 VERMONT W 68-65 03/08 vs. #2 Hartford* L 68-65 *America East Tournament @ Events Center (Binghamton, N.Y.)

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01/02 @ UMBC W 60-41 01/06 ALBANY L 73-51 01/09 @ Stony Brook L 64-73 01/13 MAINE L 65-70 01/16 @ Binghamton W 69-60 01/19 VERMONT L 54-64 01/23 @ Hartford L 62-74 01/26 @ Boston U. L 63-79 01/29 UMBC W 73-64 02/02 NORTHEASTERN L 67-73 02/05 @ Albany L 68-81 02/09 @ Maine L 70-76 02/13 BINGHAMTON L 54-62 02/17 HARTFORD W 71-57 02/21 @ Vermont L 67-81 02/24 @ Northeastern L 65-88 02/27 STONY BROOK W 76-66 03/04 #9 UMBC* L 73-78 *America East Tournament @ Events Center (Vestal, N.Y.)

PHIL ROWE 1999-05 2006-07 (10-20, AE 6-10) 11/10 @ Boston College L 86-47 11/13 FRANKLIN PIERCE L(OT) 70-69 11/18 CENTRAL CONNECTICUT L 73-66 11/21 @ Robert Morris L 77-64 11/26 @ Quinnipiac W 64-59 11/29 HARVARD L 83-81 12/02 @ Long Island L(OT) 70-62 12/06 @ Rutgers L 55-58 12/18 @ Northeastern L 51-41 12/22 @ Iona W 62-49 12/29 vs. Elon $ W 67-52 12/30 @ Kent State $ L 74-47 01/03 @ Albany L 69-52 01/06 @ Maine W 73-68 01/09 VERMONT L 62-60 01/11 HARTFORD W 72-59 01/13 @ Boston University L 53-29 01/16 @ Dartmouth W 65-61 01/18 @ Binghamton W 75-72 01/21 STONY BROOK W 69-56 01/25 @ UMBC L 45-44 01/28 ALBANY L 71-64 01/31 @ Vermont L(2OT) 82-79 02/03 MAINE L 65-56 02/08 @ Hartford L 62-46 02/11 BOSTON UNIVERSITY W 60-55 02/18 @ Stony Brook L 67-49 02/20 BINGHAMTON L 66-37 02/25 UMBC W 64-51 03/03 vs. #2 Albany * L 64-47 $ Kent State Tournament *America East Tournament @ Agganis Arena (Boston) 2005-06 (12-17, AE 8-8) 11/18 @ Columbia$ L 64-61 11/19 vs. Quinnipiac$ L 64-62 11/23 @ Providence L 75-51 11/26 @ Colgate W 60-52 11/30 @ Harvard L 70-51 12/03 LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY L 59-56 12/06 ROBERT MORRIS W 71-65 12/08 @ Boston University L 67-46 12/10 @ Vermont L 58-53 12/18 @ Connecticut L 86-44 12/20 @ Penn State L 51-75 12/28 @ NC State L 62-81 01/05 BINGHAMTON L 62-49 01/08 HARTFORD W 77-69 01/11 @ UMBC W 72-58 01/14 @ Stony Brook W 54-50 01/16 DARTMOUTH W 71-59 01/19 MAINE L 67-53 01/22 @ Albany W(OT) 75-72 01/28 VERMONT L 64-56 02/01 BOSTON UNIVERSITY W 63-54 02/05 UMBC W 68-65 02/08 @ Binghamton L 57-46 02/11 @ Hartford L 69-56 02/15 STONY BROOK W 59-51 02/19 @ Maine L(OT) 59-56 02/23 ALBANY W(OT) 78-71 03/04 vs. #4 Hartford * W 66-62 03/05 vs. #1 Albany * L 67-54 $ Tyler Ugolyn Columbia Classic *America East Tournament @ Events Center (Vestal, N.Y.) 2004-05 (9-19, AE 5-13) 11/19 @ Liberty 11/21 SUFFOLK 11/23 @ Boston College 11/28 ARMY 12/01 HARVARD 12/04 BOSTON U. 12/08 @ Brown 12/11 @ Dartmouth 12/21 @ West Virginia 12/28 @ Ohio State

W W L W WO L L L L L

59-58 89-55 64-82 77-71 67-60 42-65 64-76 67-69 48-82 59-77

2003-04 (10-20, AE 5-13) 11/16 MT. ST MARY’S & W 94-68 11/18 @ Richmond $ L 49-63 11/22 @ Virginia Tech. L 49-79 11/29 @ Harvard W 81-75 12/5 COLGATE L 66-70 12/7 CORNELL L 67-83 12/14 DARTMOUTH # W 56-45 12/21 @ Rhode Island L 53-82 12/27 @ Pittsburgh L 38-52 12/30 @ Army L 61-47 1/2 @ Boston University L 51-56 1/4 NORTHEASTERN L 72-75 1/8 ALBANY L 52-57 1/11 @ Stony Brook L 60-62 1/14 MAINE L 58-70 1/17 @ Binghamton W 57-55 1/21 UMBC L 56-60 1/24 @ Vermont L 68-82 1/28 HARTFORD L 58-85 1/31 @ Northeastern L 69-76 2/4 BOSTON UNIVERSITY L 59-70 2/7 @ Albany W 60-54 2/11 @ Maine L 58-60 2/14 BINGHAMTON L 53-59 2/18 @ UMBC W 62-60 2/21 VERMONT W 78-57 2/26 @ Hartford L 71-80 2/29 STONYBROOK WO 74-72 3/5 vs. #10 Albany* W 43-38 3/6 vs. #2 Vermont* L 50-58 & @Lundholm first round of Guardians Classic $ @Richmond second round of Guardians Classic # @ Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester, N.H * America East Tournament @ Walter Brown Arena, Boston 2002-03 (5-23, AE 3-13) 11/23 @ Miami L 58-93 11/25 @ Northwestern L 55-81 11/30 LIBERTY L 70-80 12/2 @ Mount St. Mary’s L 68-70 12/6 @ Colgate L 68-87 12/8 @ Cornell W 78-62 12/11 @ Wisconsin L 36-85 12/28 @ Furman L 52-75 12/29 vs. Stetson L 69-75 1/2 BINGHAMTON L 50-80 1/4 @ Hartford L 84-88 1/8 MAINE W 74-64 1/11 @ Albany L 58-61 1/13 BROWN L 76-93 1/15 @ Dartmouth College W 62-57 1/18 @ Northeastern L 58-81 1/22 Boston University L 64-94 1/26 @ Binghamton L 71-82 1/29 VERMONT L 75-92 2/2 STONY BROOK L 71-77 2/5 @ Maine L 72-77 2/8 NORTHEASTERN L 61-75 2/12 HARTFORD W 72-61 2/16 ALBANY L 79-87 2/19 @ Vermont L 68-85 2/26 @ Boston University L 62-76 3/2 @ Stony Brook W 62-55 3/9 vs. #1 Boston Univ.* L 61-75 *America East Tournament @ Walter Brown Arena, Boston 2001-02 (11-17, AE 8-8) 11/16 @Notre Dame 11/21 @Boston College 11/24 DARTMOUTH 11/26 @Connecticut 11/28 FLORIDA 12/1 @BUFFALO 12/6 NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE 12/8 @ Lehigh University 12/12 HARVARD 12/29 NORTHEASTERN 1/2 BOSTON UNIVERSITY

L 53-95 L 77-80 L 70-72 L 58-110 L 56-108 L 72-73 W 96-51 L 49-72 L 65-70 L 72-84 L 65-70

1/5 COLGATE W 69-55 1/7 ARMY W 84-73 1/12 @ Hartford W 80-78 1/14 @ Vermont L 68-81 1/18 @ Stony Brook W 75-68 1/20 ALBANY W 71-60 1/24 HARTFORD W 74-70 1/27 MAINE L 61-72 1/30 @ ALBANY L 54-74 2/2 BINGHAMTON W 79-69 2/5 @ Northeastern W 82-81 2/8 STONY BROOK W 67-57 2/10 @ Boston University L 53-63 2/14 @ Maine W 87-69 2/22 VERMONT L 77-93 2/24 @ Binghamton L 67-85 3/2 vs. Maine* L 48-54 *America East Tournament @ Matthews Arena, Boston 2000-01 (7-21, 6-12 AE) 11/22 @Army L 78-80 11/25 @Dartmouth ot W 96-89 11/29 STONY BROOK L 60-67 12/2 @Connecticut L 70-97 12/7 @Delaware L 75-92 12/9 @Towson L 70-84 12/14 @HARTFORD W 84-66 12/16 @North Carolina State L 59-103 12/28 @Holy Cross L 54-64 12/30 @Florida L 54-102 1/2 BOSTON UNIVERSITY W 62-59 1/6 LEHIGH L 54-77 1/8 @Harvard L 58-91 1/10 VERMONT W 87-69 1/14 @Maine L 93-108 1/16 NORTHEASTERN W 94-77 1/19 @Hofstra L 70-75 1/21 @Drexel L 74-89 1/25 DELAWARE L 74-88 1/28 TOWSON L 87-89 2/1 @Vermont L 72-81 2/3 @Hartford W 67-55 2/11 MAINE L 84-86 2/15 DREXEL W 93-85 2/17 HOFSTRA L 61-80 2/23 @Boston University L 52-77 2/25 @Northeastern L 77-92 3/2 vs. Vermont* L 73-78 * America East Tournament @ U. of Delaware 1999-00 (3-25, 2-16 AE) 11/20 @Boston College L 65-89 11/23 BUFFALO L 78-81 11/26 DARTMOUTH W 75-57 11/29 @U. of Florida L 131-72 12/4 @Brown L 64-98 12/6 @Northeastern L 66-78 12/11 @Boston University L 51-61 12/18 @Central Connecticut L 65-87 12/29 @Stanford University L 119-60 12/30 vs. Columbia L 57-72 1/2 TOWSON L 66-73 1/4 DELAWARE L 57-96 1/8 @Vermont W 84-75 1/10 @Hartford L 59-79 1/15 vs. Maine L 63-76 1/21 DREXEL W 69-66 1/23 HOFSTRA L 45-83 1/27 @Delaware L 55-102 1/29 @Towson L 52-80 2/3 HARTFORD L 71-84 2/5 VERMONT L 82-90 2/11 MAINE L 68-79 2/15 HOLY CROSS L 53-73 2/18 @Hofstra L 57-90 2/20 @Drexel L 54-77 2/24 BOSTON UNIVERSITY L 58-60 2/26 NORTHEASTERN L 77-81 3/3 vs. Hartford* L 88-117 * America East Tournament @ U. of Delaware 1998-99 (4-23, 2-16 AE) 11/14 BROWN 11/20 vs. Delaware St.% 11/21 @ Central Conn. % 11/28 @ Yale 12/5 @ Virginia 12/9 @ Hartford 12/13 @ Dartmouth 12/28 @ New Mexico & 12/29 vs. Portland State & 1/2 HOFSTRA 1/4 DREXEL 1/9 @ Northeastern 1/12 @ Boston University 1/16 @ Maine 1/19 VERMONT 1/22 @ Towson 1/24 @ Delaware

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77-71 85-73 76-88 62-86 52-93 72-89 79-92 67-93 73-91 56-69 51-68 67-74 49-84 56-91 58-47 58-55 41-67


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eFeb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000dplus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time 0since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list H(58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference trecord (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total mhome attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first ttime since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last sseven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight estraight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 lto 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less ethan five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season ,championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

HARTFORD @ Hofstra @ Drexel BOSTON UNIVERSITY NORTHEASTERN @ Vermont MAINE TOWSON DELAWARE vs. Northeastern $ Central Connecticut Tourney Lobo Invitational

L L L L L L L W L L

78-94 64-77 61-69 52-63 67-72 54-65 66-91 74-70 72-96 69-77

1/15 @Delaware* L 54-65 1/17 @Drexel* L 52-73 1/21 HARTFORD* W 77-65 1/23 @Vermont* L 69-76 1/28 NORTHEASTERN* L 62-75 1/30 @BostonUniv.* L 66-77 2/2 @Harvard 2ot W 87-76 2/6 MAINE* L 65-71 2/11 BOSTON UNIV.* L 69-76 2/13 @Northeastern* L 45-73 2/16 CENTRAL CONN. ST. L 77-87 2/18 VERMONT* ot W 66-65 2/20 @Hartford* L 56-69 2/23 @Yale L 49-63 2/26 DREXEL* L 63-65 2/28 DELAWARE* W 64-62 3/3 @Maine* W 55-49 3/6 @Delaware$ L 65-70 § - Oldsmobile Spartan Classic, East Lansing, Mich.

1997-98 (10-17, 6-12 AE) 11/19 HARVARD 11/23 @ Davidson 11/25 KEENE STATE 11/29 @ Rider 12/3 VERMONT 12/6 NAVY 12/9 @ Hartford 12/13 DARTMOUTH 12/28 @ California 12/29 vs. Cornell 1/2 @ Northeastern 1/4 @ Boston University 1/8 DELAWARE 1/10 TOWSON 1/13 @ Vermont 1/18 @ Maine 1/22 HOFSTRA 1/31 MAINE 2/3 HARTFORD 2/6 @ Delware 2/8 @ Towson 2/12 NORTHEASTERN 2/14 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 2/20 @ Hofstra 2/21 DREXEL 2/22 @ Drexel 2/27 vs. Towson

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

54-72 53-72 75-48 67-84 75-68 57-51 73-80 67-54 67-75 56-51 58-56 61-76 68-62 64-56 67-81 65-68 64-67 90-89 73-85 69-72 58-56 84-74 66-79 42-79 65-90 66-75 65-67

1996-97 (7-20, 5-13 AE) 11/23 RIDER 11/25 @ Boston College 11/30 @ Harvard 12/3 @ Navy 12/6 DREXEL 12/8 HOFSTRA 12/10 @ Notre Dame 12/14 @ Dartmouth 12/21 DAVIDSON 1/2 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 1/4 @ Northeastern 1/7 @ Vermont 1/11 @ Maine 1/16 DELAWARE 1/18 TOWSON 1/21 @Hartford 1/24 @ Hofstra 1/26 @ Drexel 1/30 HARTFORD 2/2 VERMONT 2/8 MAINE 2/10 HOLY CROSS 2/13 @ Towson 2/15 @ Delaware 2/20 @ Boston University 2/22 NORTHEASTERN 2/28 vs. Maine $

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

57-49 40-82 58-67 81-89 55-80 51-50 47-68 56-73 57-75 54-61 59-57 65-77 56-62 47-81 72-71 68-67 54-67 74-77 61-71 65-61 53-57 78-76 65-71 54-81 60-63 56-57 47-76

1995-96 (6-21, 5-13 NAC) 11/25 @ Providence L 78-92 11/27 @ Miami (Ohio) L 64-90 12/2 NAVY L 63-66 12/8 NORTHEASTERN (2OT) W 98-90 12/10 @ Boston University L 67-70 12/21 @ Holy Cross L 79-101 12/28 vs. Seton Hall% L 80-95 12/29 vs. Texas Christian% L 74-93 1/4 TOWSON STATE L 68-79 1/6 DELAWARE L 52-57 1/9 HARTFORD W 89-68 1/11 @Drexel L 68-110 1/13 @ Hofstra L 56-75 1/17 DARTMOUTH W 72-69 1/19 at Maine (4OT) W 106-103 1/23 at Vermont L 90-92 1/26 Maine L 73-82 1/30 Harvard L 61-66 2/2 Drexel L 75-87 2/4 Hofstra W 77-65 2/9 at Towson State L 70-79 2/11 at Delaware L 75-93 2/16 Vermont L 79-88 2/18 at Hartford L 66-87 2/22 at Northeastern W 78-72 2/24 Boston University L 69-80 * - denotes NAC/Yankee games

Jim Boylan 1989-92 3/1 Hartford $ L 73-76 % Seton Hall/Meadowlands Tournament, E. Rutherford, N.J. $ NAC Play-In Game, Newark, Delaware 1994-95 (19-9, 11-5 NAC) 11/25 HOLY CROSS W 80-73 11/27 @Hofstra* W 104-97 12/2 vs. St. Peter’s (N.J.) § L 68-84 12/3 vs. S. Carolina State § W 87-66 12/8 @Old Dominion L 64-75 12/21 MIAMI (OHIO) W 74-71 12/28 @Navy W 81-79 12/30 @George Mason W 99-78 1/3 @Evansville L 60-93 1/6 HOFSTRA* W 99-84 1/13 @Delaware* L 61-69 1/15 @Drexel* L 72-90 1/19 HARTFORD* L 82-87 1/21 @Vermont* W 64-61 1/23 @Dartmouth W 87-60 1/26 NORTHEASTERN* W 87-69 1/28 @Boston Univ.* L 73-88 1/31 @Harvard W 73-60 2/4 MAINE* W 83-70 2/9 BOSTON UNIV.* W 73-60 2/11 @Northeastern* 2ot W 94-91 2/16 VERMONT* W 95-84 2/18 @Hartford* W 78-75 2/24 DREXEL* L 74-83 2/26 DELAWARE* ot W 113-111 2/28 @Maine* W 78-75 3/4 DELAWARE$ W 83-81 3/6 NORTHEASTERN$ L 70-91 § - Red Auerbach Classic, Washington, D.C. 1993-94 (15-13, 8-6 NAC) 11/27 DARTMOUTH 12/1 @Providence 12/8 YALE 12/11 @Wisconsin-Mil. 12/22 @Brown ot 12/27 @Gonzaga § 12/28 vs. William & Mary § 1/5 HOFSTRA 1/9 @Xavier 1/11 @Cent. Conn. St. 1/14 DELAWARE* 1/16 DREXEL* 1/20 @Hartford* 1/22 VERMONT* 1/27 @Northeastern* ot 1/29 BOSTON UNIV.* 2/1 HARVARD 2/5 @Maine* 2/10 @Boston Univ.* 2/12 NORTHEASTERN* 2/17 @Vermont* 2/19 HARTFORD* 2/22 @Holy Cross 2/25 @Drexel* 2/27 @Delaware* 3/2 MAINE* 3/5 DELAWARE$ 3/7 @Drexel$ § - Shootout Spokane, Spokane, Wash. 1992-93 (6-21, 4-10 NAC) 12/1 @Virginia Commonwealth 12/5 @Providence College 12/9 HOLY CROSS 12/29 Michigan State § 12/30 Princeton § 1/2 MASSACHUSETTS 1/4 @Dartmouth 1/9 WISC. MILWAUKEE 1/12 BROWN $ - denotes NAC playoffs

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

79-58 60-92 70-74 70-72 79-71 74-84 75-88 68-55 65-82 97-82 85-77 57-70 71-78 82-76 64-62 72-83 77-68 65-64 64-56 74-69 84-70 64-58 96-84 62-81 59-61 70-92 80-67 75-85

L 68-103 L 27-56 L 63-76 L 51-81 L 60-75 L 61-75 L 67-77 L 70-86 W 70-53

1991-92 (7-21, 5-9 NAC) 11/22 @Providence L 73-92 11/26 YALE L 74-76 12/2 @Boston College L 78-123 12/4 DARTMOUTH W 56-48 12/10 @Massachusetts L 63-84 12/14 MONMOUTH L 54-71 12/29 Vanderbilt § L 67-100 12/30 Pennsylvania § L 55-93 1/4 XAVIER L 59-91 1/9 @Vermont* W 71-65 1/13 @Hartford* ot W 72-71 1/17 DELAWARE* L 74-89 1/19 DREXEL* W 75-72 1/22 @Dartmouth L 56-62 1/25 VERMONT* W 76-70 1/28 HARVARD W 66-65 1/30 @Northeastern* L 51-90 2/1 BOSTON UNIV.* ot L 68-72 2/8 @Maine* L 64-84 2/11 VCU L 37-42 2/13 @Boston Univ.* L 62-78 2/15 NORTHEASTERN* W 66-64 2/17 @Holy Cross L 70-80 2/22 HARTFORD* L 71-83 2/28 @Drexel* L 51-71 2/29 @Delaware* L 49-55 3/4 MAINE* L 39-55 3/7 @Drexel$ L 72-78 § - Music City Tournament, Nashville, Tenn. 1990-91 (3-25, 0-10 NAC) 11/24 @VCU L 11/27 BOSTON COLLEGE ot L 12/1 @Providence L 12/4 MASSACHUSETTS L 12/6 @Manhattan L 12/8 @Monmouth L 12/12 @Connecticut L 12/27 vs. S.Florida § L 12/28 vs. Brown § ot W 1/2 @Xavier L 1/5 @Maine* (Bangor) L 1/8 @Dartmouth L 1/12 VERMONT* L 1/16 BOSTON UNIV.* L 1/17 DARTMOUTH (@Derry) L 1/19 DELAWARE L 1/22 @Yale W 1/26 @Hartford* L 1/29 @Harvard L 2/2 MAINE* L 2/5 @Northeastern* L 2/11 HOLY CROSS `W 2/13 @Vermont* L 2/16 @Boston Univ.* ot L 2/23 NORTHEASTERN* L 2/27 @Wake Forest L 3/2 HARTFORD* L 3/5 @Boston Univ.$ L § - South Florida Tourney, Tampa Fla. 1989-90 (5-23, 3-9 NAC) 11/24 vs. Providence § 11/25 vs. Jacksonville § 11/28 HARVARD 12/5 @Brown ot 12/8 vs. Long Beach State! 12/9 vs. South Alabama! ot 12/12 DARTMOUTH 12/14 @Massachusetts 12/29 @UAB% 12/30 vs. Rice% 1/6 COLGATE* ot 1/9 @Dartmouth 1/13 @Northeastern* 1/17 MANHATTAN 1/20 @Vermont* ot 1/23 YALE

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

58-80 58-68 70-103 64-76 81-104 47-49 32-85 51-88 87-78 54-75 64-85 47-59 66-87 63-69 75-94 55-72 42-39 42-45 64-71 68-71 39-57 72-56 71-75 64-67 57-73 49-65 60-79 57-88

70-49 57-49 94-74 50-48 68-47 66-65 79-77 76-53 76-47 57-52 88-86 62-59 79-69 86-57 79-75 65-62

1/27 BOSTON UNIV.* L 1/29 @Holy Cross L 2/1 NORTHEASTERN* L 2/7 @Maine* W 2/10 @Hartford* L 2/12 HARTFORD* L 2/15 MAINE* L 2/18 VERMONT* L 2/22 @Boston College L 2/28 @Boston Univ.* L 3/3 @Colgate* W 3/6 vs. Boston Univ.$ L § - Fleet Classic, Providence, R.I. ! - Hoosier Classic, Bloomington, Ind. % - UAB Classic, Birmingham, Ala. 1988-89 (4-22, 3-14 NAC) 11/26 BROWN ot 11/29 @Harvard 12/1 @Boston College 12/3 HOLY CROSS 12/7 MASSACHUSETTS 12/10 @Yale 12/20 @Fresno State 12/22 @St. Mary’s 1/3 @Hartford* 1/7 @Northeastern* 1/10 DARTMOUTH ot 1/12 CANISIUS* 1/14 MAINE* 1/17 NIAGARA* 1/19 @Canisius* 1/21 @Niagara* 1/25 NORTHEASTERN* 1/28 COLGATE* 1/30 @Siena* 2/4 @Vermont 2/8 BOSTON UNIV.* 2/11 @Boston Univ.* 2/25 VERMONT* 2/27 SIENA* 3/1 @Maine* 3/4 @Colgate* 1987-88 (4-25, 3-15 NAC) 11/28 @Brown 12/1 RHODE ISLAND 12/3 @Boston College 12/5 HARVARD 12/10 @Massachusetts 1/4 YALE 1/6 NIAGARA* 1/9 @Hartford* 1/12 @Dartmouth 1/14 CANISIUS* 1/16 VERMONT* 1/18 @Holy Cross 1/21 @Niagara* 1/23 @Canisius* 1/27 MAINE* 1/30 NORTHEASTERN* 2/3 @Colgate* 2/7 COLGATE* 2/9 BOSTON UNIV.* 2/13 HARTFORD* 2/15 FAIRFIELD 2/17 @Siena* 2/20 @Boston Univ.* 2/23 @Northeastern* 2/27 SIENA* 3/1 @Maine* 3/5 @Vermont* 3/8 vs. Siena$ 3/10 vs. Niagara$ $ - Hartford Civic Center (HCC) 1986-87 (4-24, 3-15 NAC) 11/29 BROWN 12/1 BOSTON COLLEGE 12/6 @Harvard 12/9 @Yale 12/11 MASSACHUSETTS 12/13 @Rhode Island 12/30 @Fairfield 1/3 HARTFORD* 1/4 NORTHEASTERN* 1/8 CANISIUS* 1/10 MAINE* 1/13 DARTMOUTH 1/17 @Niagara* 1/19 @Canisius* 1/24 COLGATE* 1/27 @Siena* 1/29 HOLY CROSS 1/31 @Vermont* 2/3 BOSTON UNIV.* 2/7 @Boston Univ.* 2/10 NIAGARA* 2/14 SIENA*

2010-11 New hampshire Basketball

67-71 82-59 71-53 67-57 73-47 65-58 78-67 63-61 85-57 85-77 74-72 63-56

L 78-83 W 93-74 L 76-90 L 73-89 L 72-73 L 74-87 L 58-91 L 56-95 L 55-62 L 72-88 L 88-91 L 72-99 L 57-69 L 61-71 L 69-89 W 81-80 L 79-86 L 66-72 L 72-90 W 107-89 L 55-67 L 59-75 L 62-65 L 79-92 W 63-58 L 69-74

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

1/27 1/30 2/1 2/4 2/6 2/10 2/14 2/18 2/20 2/26 % &

L 77-86 L 67-96 L 59-92 L 71-74 L 67-92 L 69-71 L 61-68 L 39-65 L 65-83 W 60-59 L 59-72 L 92-130 L 56-63 L 61-74 L 81-94 L 78-90 L 57-58 W 65-64 L 83-99 L 71-79 L 57-70 L 66-95 L 64-79 L 60-71 L 81-98 L 68-86 W 82-77 W 70-63 L 59-62

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

55-71 51-49 67-93 62-76 59-61 74-88 60-63 59-58 64-91 62-73 70-72 81-83 76-96 65-88 55-59 58-79 54-57 72-68 58-72 58-82 67-85 59-71

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,

56

2/17 2/22 2/23 2/25 2/28 3/3

@Hartford* VERMONT* @Northeastern* @Maine* @Colgate* @Northeastern$

L W L L L L

55-61 66-64 69-76 69-81 67-79 71-85

1985-86 (11-17, 5-13 NAC) 11/23 @Brown W 63-60 11/26 @Massachusetts W 57-54 11/29 @Hartford L 47-59 12/2 @Boston College L 55-78 12/4 RHODE ISLAND ot L 62-65 12/7 HARVARD ot W 65-62 12/14 MAINE* W 72-60 1/2 @Dartmouth W 72-64 1/4 CANISIUS* W 60-58 1/6 HARTFORD* L 48-59 1/11 YALE W 67-64 1/14 SIENA* L 61-63 1/16 @Holy Cross W 85-73 1/18 @Boston Univ.* L 58-70 1/21 @Northeastern* L 65-78 1/23 @Niagara* L 59-65 1/25 @Canisius* L 49-76 1/28 @Maine* L 69-76 1/31 COLGATE* ot W 64-62 2/4 VERMONT* W 53-52 2/11 BOSTON UNIV.* L 63-64 2/15 @Colgate* W 56-53 2/17 FAIRFIELD L 63-65 2/19 NIAGARA* L 78-95 2/22 @Siena* L 72-91 2/27 @Vermont* L 64-65 3/1 NORTHEASTERN* L 53-66 3/4 @Boston Univ.$ L 57-69 1984-85 (7-22, 4-12 NAC) 11/24 BROWN L 60-65 11/27 BOSTON COLLEGE L 63-86 12/1 MASSACHUSETTS L 51-55 12/3 @Harvard L 63-69 12/6 @Rhode Island L 74-82 12/8 SIENA* L 66-73 12/15 @Fairfield L 64-73 12/28 Connecticut § L 57-81 12/29 William & Mary § L 45-53 1/2 CANISIUS* L 47-56 1/5 @Colgate* W 52-40 1/8 NIAGARA* L 69-71 1/10 HOLY CROSS W 68-67 1/12 @Yale L 63-65 1/16 @Maine* L 56-51 1/19 BOSTON UNIV.* L 64-81 1/24 @Northeastern* W 57-55 1/26 @Niagara* L 57-81 1/28 @Canisius* L 55-63 1/31 VERMONT* L 52-57 2/2 @Siena* L 54-73 2/5 DARTMOUTH W 62-59 2/12 @Boston Univ.* L 51-64 2/16 COLGATE* W 43-42 2/22 NORTHEASTERN* L 70-78 2/26 @Vermont* W 75-69 3/1 MAINE* L 59-60 3/4 COLGATE$ W 53-47 3/5 @Canisius$ L 56-90 § - Connecticut Mutual Classic (Hartford Civic Center) 1983-84 (15-13, 8-6 NAC) 11/26 @ Brown 11/29 @Massachusetts 12/3 @Boston College 12/6 RHODE ISLAND 12/9 @Marshall § 12/10 @Idaho State § 12/29 FAIRFIELD 1/2 HARVARD 1/5 NORTHEASTERN* 1/7 CANISIUS* 1/12 @Canisius* 1/14 @Niagara* 1/20 NIAGARA 1/23 @Dartmouth 1/25 @Connecticut 1/28 YALE 2/1 @Vermont* 2/4 MAINE* 2/7 @Holy Cross 2/9 @Northeastern* 2/15 BOSTON UNIVERSITY* 2/19 COLGATE* 2/21 @Princeton 2/24 VERMONT* 2/27 @Boston University* 2/29 @Colgate* 3/2 @Maine* 3/5 MAINE$

L 84-92 L 73-75 L 64-97 W 81-72 L 72-99 W 69-58 W 102-82 W 93-76 L 86-91 W 82-77 L 62-68 W 66-51 W 78-66 W 54-47 L 65-67 W 89-77 W 77-63 L 67-71 L 83-61 L 81-95 W 77-70 W 60-53 W 58-45 W 73-60 L 60-64 W 63-49 L 70-82 L 77-82

1982-83 (16-12, 8-2 NAC) 11/27 BROWN

L

67-80

11/30 MASSACHUSETTS W 12/3 @Boston College L 12/8 NORTHEASTERN* W 12/14 @Harvard L 12/28 @East Carolina L 12/29 @Duke L 1/2 vs. Marist § W 1/3 @Dartmouth § W 1/9 CONNECTICUT W 1/13 @Lafayette W 1/15 @Lehigh L 1/18 CANISIUS* ot W 1/20 @Yale L 1/26 @Vermont* W 1/29 DARTMOUTH W 2/2 VERMONT* W 2/5 COLGATE* W 2/10 NIAGARA* W 2/14 @Boston University* L 2/17 HOLY CROSS* W 2/19 @St. Anselm’s W 2/22 @Rhode Island L 2/24 @Fairfield L 3/2 @Maine* L 3/5 @Northeastern* W 3/8 CANISIUS# W 3/10 @Holy Cross# L § - Dartmouth Tourney, Hanover, N.H.

63-60 60-92 90-81 68-69 64-72 48-84 70-60 73-63 76-72 64-63 70-74 74-70 73-74 70-67 77-60 71-69 68-56 87-64 73-82 66-63 78-62 78-83 62-72 58-59 74-73 75-64 77-89

1981-82 (9-18, 2-9 ECAC/NAC) 11/27 @Alabama L 65-99 12/2 @Connecticut L 68-87 12/4 vs. Western Kentucky § L 52-83 12/5 vs. Tulane § W 50-48 12/10 UTICA W 78-53 12/12 BOSTON COLLEGE L 50-82 12/15 HARVARD L 73-77 12/28 @Maine* # L 64-80 12/29 vs. Delaware# W 64-52 1/2 @Lafayette ot L 68-73 1/4 @Rutgers L 51-65 1/6 @Brown W 86-71 1/9 @Dartmouth W 59-58 1/12 NORTHEASTERN* L 65-81 1/16 YALE W 63-60 1/23 MAINE* W 66-54 1/27 VERMONT* L 76-77 1/31 @Niagara* L 74-76 2/1 @Canisius* L 84-91 2/4 @St. Peter’s L 50-58 2/8 @Massachusetts W 67-63 2/13 BOSTON UNIV.* L 55-77 2/15 @Holy Cross* L 54-67 2/17 @Vermont* W 87-65 2/20 @Northeastern* L 71-72 2/27 @Colgate* L 59-62 @Niagara$ L 87-105 § - Wendy’s Classic, Bowling Green, Ky. # - Best Holiday Classic, Portland, Maine 1980-81 (7-19, 3-7 ECAC) 11/29 ST. ANSELM § W 11/30 DARTMOUTH § L 12/2 @Boston College L 12/4 SPRINGFIELD W 12/9 @Maine L 12/13 @Harvard L 1/2 vs. American% L 1/3 vs. Columbia% L 1/7 ST. PETER’S L 1/10 DARTMOUTH W 1/12 CONNECTICUT L 1/15 @Northeastern L 1/17 NIAGARA W 1/24 @Yale L 1/26 BROWN L 1/28 @Vermont L 2/1 @Penn State L 2/4 COLGATE W 2/9 MAINE W 2/12 HOLY CROSS L 2/14 @Boston University L 2/18 VERMONT L 2/21 NORTHEASTERN L 2/24 @Rhode Island L 2/26 MASSACHUSETTS W 2/28 @Siena L § - Granite State Tourney, Durham, N.H. % - Old Dominion Classic, Norfolk, Va. 1979-80 (4-22) 11/30 @Brown § 12/1 vs. Robert Morris § 12/4 @Connecticut 12/7 @Springfield 12/12 MAINE 12/15 @ St. Peter’s 12/28 vs. Austin Peay% 12/29 vs. Evansville%

L W L L L L L L

67-58 65-86 58-72 70-57 68-93 79-80 71-75 47-59 53-75 63-60 58-61 76-85 82-77 66-69 68-71 64-65 72-85 94-71 71-60 84-87 64-77 64-66 69-70 73-81 94-66 72-88

56-67 58-56 62-71 70-84 55-70 34-72 60-69 72-86

1/3 CONNECTICUT W 67-59 1/5 vs. Boston College L 69-97 @ Portland (Maine) Civic Center 1/7 @Providence L 48-71 1/11 VERMONT L 70-84 1/17 ST. ANSELM L 50-52 1/19 @Boston University L 59-82 1/23 @Yale L 62-81 1/28 @Northeastern L 63-73 1/30 RHODE ISLAND L 63-86 2/1 @Colgate L 58-59 2/5 @Maine L 54-65 2/7 @Holy Cross L 86-97 2/10 NORTHEASTERN L 68-69 2/12 @Dartmouth W 55-54 2/16 BOSTON UNIVERSITY L 76-102 2/18 @Massachusetts L 63-69 2/21 @Vermont L 76-103 2/23 SIENA W 72-70 § - Brown Tap-Off Tournament, Providence, R.I. % - Poinsettia Classic, Greenville, S.C. 1978-79 (10-16) 11/24 vs. Siena § L 74-89 11/25 @Brown § W 58-56 11/28 YALE W 72-68 12/2 @Rhode Island L 72-103 12/7 SPRINGFIELD W 76-72 12/10 @Boston College L 65-78 12/12 MAINE W 70-61 12/28 @Detroit# L 70-108 12/29 Denver# W 71-65 1/3 CONNECTICUT L 67-72 1/9 @Fairfield L 70-90 1/13 @Navy W 72-71 1/17 DARTMOUTH W 66-57 1/20 BOSTON UNIVERSITY L 72-76 1/25 MASSACHUSETTS L 57-61 1/27 COLGATE W 76-75 1/29 @Northeastern L 68-73 1/31 @Vermont L 81-84 2/3 @Connecticut L 64-81 2/5 NORTHEASTERN L 81-83 2/7 VERMONT W 72-70 2/12 @Rutgers L 73-83 2/15 HOLY CROSS L 58-73 2/17 @Boston University L 76-124 2/19 @St. Anselm W 87-74 2/22 @Maine L 61-75 § - Brown Tap-Off Tournament, Providence, R.I. 1977-78 (7-19) 11/30 BOSTON COLLEGE 12/3 ST. PETER’S 12/6 @Connecticut 12/8 @Springfield 12/10 MAINE 12/15 @Hofstra 12/17 @Virginia Tech 12/29 @Old Dominion § 12/30 vs. Michigan State § 1/4 @Lafayette 1/7 CONNECTICUT 1/12 BOSTON UNIV. ot 1/14 @Dartmouth 1/16 RHODE ISLAND 1/21 @Boston University 1/22 ST. ANSELM 1/24 @Northeastern 1/29 FAIRFIELD 2/1 VERMONT 2/4 @Navy 2/8 @Vermont 2/16 @Holy Cross 2/18 @Colgate 2/21 @Maine 2/23 @Massachusetts

W 87-77 L 63-67 L 68-82 L 77-82 W 65-61 L 72-79 L 66-88 W 72-68 L 65-102 L 64-84 L 50-60 L 77-79 L 60-62 L 64-99 W 84-66 L 57-79 L 60-71 L 55-90 L 59-72 L 64-78 W 57-54 L 69-98 L 81-85 L 59-68 W 73-60

2/27 NORTHEASTERN W § - Old Dominion Classic, Norfolk, Va.

64-62

1976-77 (12-14) 12/1 @Boston College 12/4 MASSACHUSETTS 12/7 Rhode Island 12/9 SPRINGFIELD 12/11 @Northeastern 12/16 CONNECTICUT 12/29 vs. Davidson § 12/30 @UNC-Charlotte § 1/3 @UNC-Wilmington 1/4 @East Carolina 1/9 @St. Anselm 1/12 CANISIUS 1/15 COLGATE 1/18 @Connecticut 1/20 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 1/24 MAINE 1/26 DARTMOUTH 2/1 HOLY CROSS 2/3 VERMONT ot 2/5 @Boston University 2/9 @St. Peter’s 2/14 NORTHEASTERN 2/16 @Massachusetts 3ot 2/21 RHODE ISLAND ot 2/24 @Vermont 3/1 @Maine § - Charlotte (N.C.) Invitational

L 71-74 L 67-80 L 62-68 W 89-75 W 79-67 L 51-65 W 63-62 L 68-104 L 68-88 L 65-76 W 93-77 W 89-77 W 95-86 L 56-76 W 76-70 L 63-74 W 59-56 L 89-78 W 82-81 W 68-67 L 70-99 W 81-71 W 78-76 L 60-61 L 74-79 L 79-86

1975-76 (8-18, 3-9 Yankee) 12/1 @Dartmouth 12/3 @Vermont* 12/8 RHODE ISLAND* 12/10 @Springfield 12/12 BROWN 1/2 vs. Army § 1/3 vs. Rochester § 1/7 @ St. Michael’s 1/11 ST. ANSELM 1/12 ST. PETER’S 1/16 @Canisius 1/19 NORTHEASTERN 1/21 VERMONT* 1/24 MAINE* 1/27 BOSTON UNIV.* 1/29 @Massachusetts* 1/31 @Colgate 2/4 @Maine* 2/7 BOSTON COLLEGE 2/11 @Holy Cross 2/14 @Boston University* 2/17 @Rhode Island* 2/21 CONNECTICUT* 2/24 MASSACHUSETTS* 2/26 @Connecticut* 3/1 @West Virginia § - Lafayette Invitational, Easton, Pa.

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58-63 63-74 50-72 76-69 66-74 63-81 80-72 72-74 86-74 60-71 72-86 71-72 58-72 76-72 73-75 72-81 51-48 75-82 61-63 70-71 80-71 63-85 85-82 72-82 54-99 67-91

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67-60 64-80 59-79 56-79 60-56 55-74 57-69 32-57 57-56 60-69 67-73 48-68 84-90 71-84 44-85

1974-75 (6-18, 2-10 Yankee) 12/1 ST. ANSELM 12/4 @Vermont* 12/7 MERRIMACK 12/12 @Maine* 12/14 SPRINGFIELD 12/28 @Gannon § 12/29 vs. Delaware § 1/2 CINCINNATI 1/4 CONNECTICUT* 1/10 VERMONT* 1/15 @Connecticut* 1/18 RHODE ISLAND* 1/22 @St. Anselm ot 1/28 @Boston University* 1/30 @Massachusetts*

Gerry Friel 1969-89

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eFeb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000dplus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time 0since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list H(58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference trecord (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total mhome attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first ttime since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last sseven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight estraight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 lto 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less ethan five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season ,championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

1973-74 (16-9, 8-4 Yankee) 11/30 @Pennsylvania 12/5 @Vermont* 12/8 ST. ANSELM 12/11 MAINE* 12/15 @Springfield 12/18 @Rhode Island* 12/21 @Roanoke § 12/22 vs. Bloomsburg St. § 1/3 @Connecticut* 1/5 VERMONT* 1/9 @Merrimack 1/12 BOSTON COLLEGE# ot 1/29 @Boston University* 1/31 @Massachusetts* 2/4 @Brandeis 2ot 2/7 RHODE ISLAND* 2/11 @St. Anselm 2ot 2/13 CONNECTICUT* 2/16 BOSTON UNIV.* 2/20 @Holy Cross 2/23 NORTHEASTERN 2/26 @Dartmouth 2/28 ST. MICHAEL’S 3/2 MAINE* 3/6 MASSACHUSETTS* § - Roanoke (Va.) Classic # - @ Dover High School

W W L W L L L L L

78-75 81-77 58-79 90-84 71-86 85-96 71-93 60-62 63-88

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

43-93 59-69 76-58 55-53 76-67 48-46 64-84 52-72 76-70 52-44 81-60 56-57 57-56 53-72 63-55 60-55 63-61 62-72 72-70 68-67 65-67 63-61 69-65 68-64 58-83

12/9 CONNECTICUT* L 71-74 12/12 @Massachusetts* L 53-89 12/15 @Maine* W 80-65 12/28 @Worcester Polytechnic § W 72-58 12/29 vs. Assumption § L 48-84 12/30 vs. Wagner § W 74-65 1/5 COLBY W 99-74 1/7 @Connecticut* L 79-82 1/9 ST. ANSELM W 79-67 1/12 @Vermont* L 59-65 MAINE* W 86-67 2/6 @Northeastern L 65-75 2/9 DARTMOUTH ot L 74-78 2/13 VERMONT* W 77-75 2/16 @St. Anselm W 93-72 2/18 @Boston University L 78-90 2/20 BRANDEIS W 116-89 2/23 @Rhode Island* ot L 78-86 2/26 BOSTON UNIV. ot W 64-59 3/1 @Massachusetts* L 60-63 § - Junior College Holiday Tournament, Worcester, Mass.

1972-73 (11-15, 2-10 Yankee) 11/30 MERRIMACK 12/4 SPRINGFIELD 12/8 vs. Wooster § 12/9 @Oswego State § 12/14 @Maine* 12/16 ST. FRANCIS (N.Y.) 12/22 @Brown 12/27 @Iona 1/3 CONNECTICUT* 1/6 VERMONT* 1/10 @Holy Cross 1/13 BOSTON UNIV.* 1/27 @Northeastern 1/31 @Vermont* 2/3 @Massachusetts* 2/5 BRANDEIS 2/8 RHODE ISLAND* 2/10 @St. Anselm 2/13 @Connecticut* 2/17 @Boston University* 2/15 @Rhode Island* 2/20 HOLY CROSS 2/23 MASSACHUSETTS* 2/26 DARTMOUTH 2/28 ST. ANSELM 3/3 MAINE* § - Max Zeil Classic, Oswego, N.Y.

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

71-51 70-71 58-46 61-56 55-70 79-77 71-77 47-55 59-60 85-88 60-78 73-68 65-75 71-68 59-74 81-74 79-95 80-76 69-81 60-73 59-67 71-67 64-76 77-66 67-60 71-75

1971-72 (14-9, 5-5 Yankee) 12/1 @Springfield 12/2 BOWDOIN 12/4 NORTHEASTERN @Maine* 12/9 RHODE ISLAND* 12/12 @Iona 12/15 @St. Francis 12/17 @St. Anselm 12/28 vs. Ohio Wesleyan § 12/29 vs. LeMoyne § 1/3 BOSTON UNIV. @Colby 1/11 VERMONT* 1/14 MAINE* 2/3 @Massachusetts* 2/5 @Brandeis ot 2/8 CONNECTICUT* 2/12 @Vermont* 2/16 @Connecticut* 2/20 ST. ANSELM 2/24 MASSACHUSETTS* 2/29 @Dartmouth 3/2 @Rhode Island* § - Syracuse, N.Y.

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

87-78 89-72 48-46 61-66 73-80 53-48 64-66 55-39 60-58 58-61 77-66 81-73 82-58 58-42 50-83 82-86 65-77 69-55 73-65 49-47 61-56 68-69 62-83

L W L

74-83 73-62 73-86

1970-71 (11-12, 3-7 Yankee) 12/1 SPRINGFIELD 12/2 @Bowdoin 12/4 RHODE ISLAND*

1969-70 (12-11, 3-7 Yankee) 12/1 BOWDOIN W 75-55 12/3 MERRIMACK W 56-48 12/6 @Colby W 65-55 12/8 NORTHEASTERN L 63-65 12/11 @Connecticut* L 61-81 12/13 @Massachusetts* L 56-76 12/16 @Rhode Island* L 54-100 1/1 @East Stroudsburg § W 59-58 1/2 vs. Hofstra § W 76-63 1/3 vs. Mt. St. Mary’s § L 47-63 1/7 @Maine* ot W 79-77 1/10 @St. Anselm L 69-73 1/13 MAINE* W 72-60 1/17 VERMONT* W 62-53 2/4 @Vermont* L 72-79 2/7 @Springfield W 87-75 2/11 ST. ANSELM W 74-67 2/13 RHODE ISLAND* L 67-77 2/18 CONNECTICUT* L 69-80 2/21 @Bates W 99-70 2/26 @Brandeis W 73-69 2/27 @Boston Univ. L 78-84 3/2 MASSACHUSETTS* L 75-92 § - Pocono Classic, East Stroudsburg, N.J. 1968-69 (9-15, 3-7 Yankee) 12/2 MAINE* W 98-80 12/4 @Bowdoin W 78-75 12/7 @Dartmouth L 57-74 12/11 CONNECTICUT* W 97-78 12/14 @Massachusetts* L 57-89 12/17 @Maine* L 86-125 12/19 @Rhode Island* L 107-117 12/30 @Florida State L 52-104 1/2 @Jacksonville L 66-111 1/3 @Stetson ot W 94-90 1/7 COLBY W 87-81 1/9 @Northeastern W 75-72 1/11 @St. Anselm L 65-78 1/15 BATES W 87-80 1/18 VERMONT* W 75-68 2/5 @Vermont* L 67-88 2/8 SPRINGFIELD L 74-84 2/13 RHODE ISLAND* L 65-92 2/15 ST. ANSELM L 69-72 2/19 @Connecticut* L 84-88 2/20 BRIDGEPORT L 58-64 2/27 @MIT W 81-76 2/28 @Boston University L 79-87 3/3 MASSACHUSETTS* L 50-76 1967-68 (1-22, 0-10 Yankee) 12/2 @Massachusetts* 12/4 MIT 12/6 BOWDOIN 12/12 @Maine* 12/14 RHODE ISLAND* 12/16 HARVARD 12/29 @Gannon § 12/30 vs. Central (Ohio) State § 1/4 @Colby 1/6 VERMONT* ot 1/10 @Connecticut* 1/12 ST. ANSELM 1/17 @Bates 1/20 MASSACHUSETTS* 2/8 @Vermont* 2/9 COAST GUARD 2/13 MAINE* 2/15 @Rhode Island* 2/17 BOSTON UNIV. 2/20 CONNECTICUT* 2/22 @Springfield 2/28 @St. Anselm NORTHEASTERN § - Gem City Bowl, Erie, Pa.

L 67-88 W 84-82 L 85-90 L 78-100 L 50-60 L 52-78 L 42-64 L 59-97 L 80-84 L 68-73 L 70-96 L 79-81 L 101-108 L 73-98 L 74-88 L 80-84 L 90-97 L 59-110 L 65-85 L 68-94 L 78-117 L 73-106 L 56-69

1966-67 (10-12, 4-6 Yankee) 12/2 @Bowdoin L 73-90 12/7 CONNECTICUT* L 56-77 12/10 @Northeastern L 74-98 12/13 MAINE* W 74-69 12/15 @Rhode Island L 58-103 12/27 vs. Worcester Tech § L 72-87 12/28 vs. Stonehill § W 95-87 12/29 vs. Clark § W 86-64 1/4 COLBY W 98-73 1/7 @Massachusetts* L 73-77 1/10 VERMONT* W 100-76 1/14 @St. Anselm L 71-92 1/17 @M.I.T L 64-96 1/18 BATES ot W 97-91 1/21 @Vermont* W 101-74 2/8 SPRINGFIELD L 70-97 2/11 MASSACHUSETTS* L 52-84 2/14 @Boston University W 99-92 2/17 RHODE ISLAND* L 52-60 2/21 @Connecticut* L 75-114 2/25 ST. ANSELM W 75-64 2/28 @Maine* W 95-79 § - Worcester (Mass.) Jaycee Holiday Tournament 1965-66 (3-21, 0-10 Yankee) 12/1 @Harvard 12/4 ST. ANSELM 12/8 BOWDOIN 12/11 @Bates 12/14 RHODE ISLAND* 12/27 @Hofstra 12/28 vs. Adelphi § 12/29 vs. Otterbein § 1/4 BOSTON UNIV. 1/6 @Maine* 1/8 MASSACHUSETTS* 1/12 @Connecticut* 1/15 VERMONT* 1/19 M.I.T. 1/22 @Colby 2/8 @Vermont* 2/10 NORTHEASTERN 2/12 @St. Anselm 2/15 CONNECTICUT* 2/18 @Massachusetts* @Springfield 2/23 @Rhode Island* Middlebury 3/4 MAINE* § - Hofstra Tourney, Hempstead, N.Y.

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

82-91 68-72 89-73 92-78 67-104 82-100 87-96 67-75 59-65 89-93 76-104 74-119

L 66-83 L 73-96 L 77-91 L 66-90 L 79-108 L 62-113 L 66-104 L 82-99 L 62-99 W 67-65 L 68-72

1964-65 (2-19, 1-9 Yankee) 12/1 COLBY 12/2 @Bowdoin 12/5 @Rhode Island* 12/8 ST. ANSELM 12/11 @Vermont* 12/12 @St. Michael’s 12/16 SPRINGFIELD 12/18 @Massachusetts* 1/6 @Boston University 1/9 BATES 1/12 CONNECTICUT* 1/16 DARTMOUTH 1/19 @St. Anselm 2/11 @MIT 2/13 MAINE* 2/17 VERMONT* 2/20 MASSACHUSETTS* 2/22 @Northeastern 2/24 RHODE ISLAND* 2/27 @Connecticut* 3/2 @Maine*

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

1963-64 (8-15, 2-8 Yankee) 12/4 BOWDOIN 12/7 @Dartmouth 12/10 RHODE ISLAND* 12/14 MASSACHUSETTS* 12/17 @Boston Univ. 12/19 ST. ANSELM 1/1 @St. Mary’s (Canada) § 1/2 vs. M.I.T. § 1/7 MAINE* 1/8 @Springfield 1/11 @Connecticut* 1/16 @Bates 1/17 ST. MICHAEL’S 2/4 @Colby 2/6 VERMONT* 2/11 @Rhode Island* 2/13 NORTHEASTERN 2/15 @Maine* 2/18 M.I.T. 2/19 @St. Anselm 2/22 @Massachusetts* 2/25 CONNECTICUT*

W 76-69 W 75-66 L 90-91 W 98-73 W 78-72 W 82-74 W 91-71 W 74-73 L 76-77 W 96-84 L 60-73 L 84-96 L 82-84 L 72-98 W 103-81 L 95-86 L 64-71 L 75-76 L 71-81 L 82-87 L 78-98 L 55-58

61-77 71-78 78-110 88-76 76-81 74-106 75-76 78-93 72-87 64-77 62-82 79-85 86-90 94-101 67-84 93-76 63-78 72-92 77-90 61-109 70-105

2/29 @Vermont* L § - Bluenose Classic, Halifax, Nova Scotia 1962-63 (7-17, 2-8 Yankee) 12/1 BOSTON UNIV. 12/8 @Northeastern 12/11 @Vermont* 12/14 ST. ANSELM 12/18 @Rhode Island* 12/28 @Davidson 12/29 @Stetson 12/31 @Jacksonville 1/2 @Oglethorpe 1/5 MASSACHUSETTS* 1/8 CONNECTICUT* 1/10 @MIT ot 1/11 BATES 1/16 COLBY 1/19 MAINE* DARTMOUTH 1/26 @St. Anselm 2/13 @Maine* 2/15 RHODE ISLAND 2/20 VERMONT* ot 2/23 @Massachusetts* 2/26 @Connecticut* 2/28 @Brandeis 3/2 SPRINGFIELD 1961-62 (3-20, 1-9 Yankee) 12/1 BRANDEIS 12/5 @St. Anselm 12/9 @Dartmouth 12/12 VERMONT* 12/15 @Rhode Island* 12/28 vs. Bates § 12/29 vs. Rochester § 12/31 vs. Maine § 1/4 @ Bates ot 1/6 MASSACHUSETTS* 1/9 MIT 1/11 @Connecticut* 1/13 BOSTON UNIV. 1/17 @Colby 1/20 MAINE* 2/6 @Maine* 2/10 ST. ANSELM 2/13 @Vermont* 2/16 RHODE ISLAND* 2/21 NORTHEASTERN 2/24 @Springfield 2/27 CONNECTICUT* 3/3 @Massachusetts* § - Downeast Classic, Bangor, Maine 1960-61 (6-18, 1-9 Yankee) 12/2 BRANDEIS 12/3 TUFTS 12/8 BATES 12/10 @St. Anselm 12/13 VERMONT* 12/16 @Rhode Island* 12/28 @Akron 12/30 @Wheaton 12/31 @Northern Illinois 1/2 @Youngstown State 1/7 @Bates 1/12 CONNECTICUT* 1/14 @Boston University 1/18 SPRINGFIELD 1/21 @Maine* 2/4 @Vermont* 2/8 @Connecticut* 2/11 MASSACHUSETTS* 2/14 @Northeastern 2/17 RHODE ISLAND* 2/21 ST. ANSELM ot 2/25 @MIT 2/28 MAINE* 3/4 @Massachusetts*

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73-82

64-63 44-72 73-78 60-70 92-121 54-115 82-74 77-118 46-63 80-83 58-86 65-71 83-74 77-70 101-84 50-66 57-75 57-78 85-98 97-94 67-93 72-102 84-76 61-74

L 74-82 L 60-93 L 50-68 L 59-79 L 64-76 W 53-52 L 75-96 L 60-77 L 59-65 L 65-67 L 71-73 L 56-104 W 75-73 L 70-93 W 82-75 L 68-78 L 81-92 L 82-85 L 54-69 L 52-82 L 54-90 L 72-85 L 62-109

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

2/3 BRANDEIS 2/5 MAINE* 2/8 @Rhode Island* 2/11 DARTMOUTH 2/15 BOSTON UNIV.* 2/19 HOLY CROSS 2/24 MASSACHUSETTS* 2/28 @Northeastern 3/1 @Boston College § - Porreco Cup Invitational, Erie, Pa.

W 73-55 W 83-78 L 91-97 L 71-72 L 58-65 L 67-96 L 55-96 L 74-97 L 84-100 L 70-89 W 80-65 L 77-79 L 60-62 W 66-56 L 79-88 L 75-93 L 91-84 W 65-86 L 58-60 L 65-84 W 72-71 L 69-91 L 80-99 L 61-90

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,

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A

Abbott, Matthew (‘05-06) Abreu, Alvin (‘08-) Acres, Matt (‘94-98) Adams, Herb (‘38-41) Ahearn, William (‘34-35) Ahrendt, Dick (‘61-62) Alimi, George (‘41-42) Alosa, Matt (‘94-96) Anderson, Andy (‘17-21) Anderson, Jermaine (‘04-07) Appleby, Earl (‘28-29) Argereow, Paul (‘68-69) Armstrong, Frederick (‘54-57) Armstrong, Pallan (‘31-34) Askenazy, Sam (‘41-42) Atkins, Harry (‘19-20) Audley, Bob (‘44-45) Aulis, Clifford (‘16-17) Averka, Charles (‘28-29)

B

Badger, Phillips (‘16-17) Bagonzi, John (‘49-52) Bailey, Henry (‘44-45) Baker, Dick (‘61-62) Baker, Ken (‘60-61) Balcom, James (‘61-62) Ball, James (‘62-65) Bannister, Jeff (‘67-69) Barhos, Tony (‘51-52) Barlow, William (‘53-54) Barnes, Earl (‘48-49) Barron, Dick (‘44-45) Baskys, Julius (‘76-77) Battaglioli, Victor (‘59-62) Bauters, Russ (‘90-91) Bean, Charles (‘52-55) Beattie, Bob (‘25-26) Beattie, Richard (‘36-37) Beaudin, Joe (‘38-39) Beckett, Steve (‘96-97) Ben, James (‘88-92) Benson, Brian (‘09-) Best, James (‘84-85) Bettencourt, Robert (‘56-58) Billings, Clark (‘61-63) Birdsall, Keith (‘62-63) Bishop, Arthur (‘51-55) Bishop, Kenneth (‘34-37) Bissell, Ralph (‘36-38) Black, Todd (‘83-87) Blakely, Matt (‘96-97) Blum, Phil (‘67-70) Blythe, Edward (‘41-42) Bobotas, Soc (‘43-47) Bograkas, Nick (‘44-45) Bongiovanni, Paul (‘62-65) Boomer, Stephen (‘17-21) Boy, Pierre (‘36-39) Boyd, Mike (‘98-99) Bradberry, Carlos (‘96-98) Brandt, Ryan (‘96-97) Branscombe, George (‘67-69) Brennan, Tom (‘28-29) Bridge, George S. (‘25-28) Bridge, Jason (‘58-60) Bridge, Ty (‘82-86) Britton, Albert (‘45-48) Broad, Bob (‘44-45) Bron, Robert (‘59-62) Bronstein, Ben (‘33-36) Bronstein, Joe (‘29-32) Brown, Chris (‘96-02) Bruce, Bob (‘26-28) Bullock, Marcus (‘00-05) Burby, Hal (‘48-49) Burkholder, Dick (‘45-46) Burns, Jack (‘78-82) Burt, Herman (‘45-46) Bush, Ruben (‘99-00)

Bussey, Jeff (‘65-68) Bustrin, Paul (‘95-96) Butler, T.R. (‘17-21)

C

Cahalane, Reginald (‘16-18) Caldwell, Mo (‘91-94) Callahan, Bob (‘29-30) Callahan, Henry (‘21-23) Cantin, Bob (‘60-61) Carbonneau, Lionel (‘48-52) Card, Edward (‘42-43) Caros, Paul (‘35-36) Carpenter, Keith (‘86-90) Carr, Fred (‘43-46) Carr, Jeff (‘88-92) Carruthers, Bob (‘50-52) Cartmill, Don (‘64-67) Cassidy, Tom (‘64-65) Castagna, Richard (‘86-87) Caterina, Jamaal (‘04-06) Catlett, Brady (‘01-03) Cavanaugh, Tom (‘74-78) Cavo, Andy (‘97-99) Chandler, John (‘26-29) Chapman, Dana (‘77-82) Chapman, Robert (‘59-60) Charron, Fred (‘40-42) Chavis, Will (‘98-99) Cheslock, Joe (‘07-08) Childs, Shejdie (‘02-05) Chodoski, Edward (‘35-37) Christensen, Mike (‘05-08) Cirino, Brad (‘95-97) Clapp, Wesley (‘45-46) Clark, John (‘26-28) Clark, Orrin “Tuffy” (‘64-67) Clark, Sam (‘45-46) Clark, Stacey (‘41-42) Clement, William (‘26-28) Cohen, Lon (‘71-74) Cole, Ethan (‘97-99) Collette, Shawn (‘99-03) Collins, Dan (‘83-85) Collins, Phil (‘04-05) Conley, Tyrone (‘08-) Connelly, Vincent (‘81-84) Conroy, John (‘29-32) Conway, Bob (‘42-43) Copp, Charlie (‘48-49) Coppin, Darryl (‘77-78) Cormier, Paul (‘70-73) Cote, Ronald (‘61-64) Cotter, Edward (‘80-81) Cotter, Thomas (‘45-48) Cotton, Charles (‘35-37) Cotton, Harold (‘23-27) Counts, Derek (‘85-89) Couture, Jack (‘58-61) Craig, Ralph (‘25-27) Craig, Tom (‘17-21) Craigue, Joey (‘04-05) Crane, Charles (‘25-26) Crompton, Robert (‘45-50) Crosby, Marcus (‘91-94) Cryans, Louis (‘38-41) Cumming, Doug (‘71-72) Cummins, Bob (‘88-92) Cunningham, Paul (‘48-49) Cushman, Tom (‘67-69)

D

Daniels, Randy (‘63-66) Dart, Richard (‘46-49) Davis, Arthur (‘16-20) Davis, Bob (‘40-41) Davis, Bryant (‘89-93) Davis, Bud (‘45-46) Davis, Frank (‘68-72) Davis, Peter (‘57-60)

Davis, Wendell (‘23-26) Dawson, Drew (‘98-99) Dawson, George (‘27-29) Decato, Pete (‘66-67) DeFusco, A.J. (‘79-83) Delaney, Bill (‘74-78) Demers, Henry (‘32-35) Dennis, Ronnie (‘01-05) Dey, Kinsley (‘43-48) Dickson, Keith (‘75-79) DiGrande, Ted (‘82-86) DiLiegro, Dane (‘08-) DiLiegro, Frank (‘72-75) Dinneen, Mike (‘80-84) Dion, Emile (‘53-54) Dixon, Robin (‘79-83) Djanabia, Georges (‘04-06) Docos, Andre (‘42-43) Donahue, Colin (‘97-01) Drapeau, Scott (‘93-95) Dresser, Holland (‘27-30) Drinon, Joe (‘63-66) Dryden, Paris (‘88-89) Duffley, Steve (‘80-81) Dufour, Paul (‘76-80) Dullea, John (‘99-02) Dunn, Ray (‘37-41) Dunn, Arin (‘07) DuRie, John (‘35-38)

Glynn, Joe (‘45-46) Goodfellow, Roy (‘41-42) Gordon, Hymie (‘50-52) Gordon, Robert (‘55-56) Gormley, Eugene (‘30-33) Gould, Allen (‘00-02) Gozonsky, Abraham (‘36-37) Grady, John (‘40-42) Graebe, Mark (‘75-76) Graham, Russell (‘09-10) Grandmason, Norm (‘49-50) Grant, Steve (‘60-61) Greene, Charlie (‘54-55) Greene, James (‘57-60) Gregory, Mike (‘69-72) Griffiths, Joe (‘39-40) Gureckis, John (‘77-78)

H

Faye, Assane (‘97-02) Feragne, Erie (‘71-74) Ferguson, John (‘54-57) Fernald, Langdon (‘21-24) Ferrini, Lincoln (‘31-33) Feuer, Martin (‘40-41) Fidler, Doug (‘71-72) Fischer, Martin (‘58-61) Fisk, Bob (‘68-69) Flaherty, Matt (‘38-41) Flaker, Roy (‘58-59) Fleit, Gerry (‘48-49) Fleit, Marty (‘46-49) Fogarty, Jack (‘70-71) Foley, Tom (‘68-69) Fontaine, Milton (‘37-39) Ford, George (‘50-53) Foster, Robert (‘33-34) Foster, Wally (‘31-32) Foster, William (‘49-50) Fox, Gordon (‘21-22) Freeman, Erik (‘92-96) Friel, Jeremy (‘03-05) Fuller, Gerald (‘61-64) Funston, Curtis (‘32-35)

Hagstrom, Herb (‘28-31) Hale, Fred (‘51-52) Hall, Hal (‘39-42) Hammer, Tommy (‘86-90) Hansen, Arthur (‘35-38) Hargen, Joe (‘58-61) Harriman, Don (‘26-30) Harris, Don (‘41-43) Harris, Lester (‘18-19) Harris, Marshall (‘42-46) Harvey, Paul (‘48-49) Hatch, Jim (‘38-40) Haubrich, William (‘48-51) Hauser, Mark (‘86-87) Hawkes, William (‘16-17) Hazen, Daniel (‘57-58) Healy, Gerry (‘96-97) Henneberger, John (‘44-46) Herbert, Ken (‘76-81) Hernandez, Jason (‘96-97) Herrick, Ronald (‘58-59) Herrick, Sam (‘07) Herrion, Ryan (‘09-) Hersey, Jack (‘38-39) Hibbs, Chris (‘94-98) Hicks, Karl (‘78-83) Higgins, Norman (‘61-63) Hinderlie, Keith (‘84-88) Hird, Jack (‘45-46) Hobson, Joe (‘97-98) Hodgdon, Dave (‘79-80) Hodgdon, Denny (‘65-68) Hodgdon, James (‘50-53) Hodgdon, Phil (‘39-40) Hogan, Bob (‘56-57) Hogan, Jim (‘54-55) Hollerman, Billy (‘44-45) Hollingsworth, Bud (‘45-46) Hooker, Bruce (‘60-61) Horan, Brian (‘68-69) Horne, Tom (‘63-66) Horrigan, Frank (‘28-29) Howe, Paul (‘71-72) Huckle, Kirk (‘74-75) Hurd, William (‘36-37) Hurst, Robert (‘57-58) Huse, Donald (‘32-34) Huss, Dave (‘64-65)

G

J

E

Ebtyne, Doug (‘60-61) Eckhardt, Marck (‘73-75) Egan, Donald (‘37-38) Emery, Kenneth (‘53-55) Ericson, Richard (‘55-58) Eusebio, Ed (‘92-96) Eustis, Richard H. (‘58-59) Eustis, Richard J. (‘29-32)

F

Gale, George (‘61-63) Gale, Rich (‘72-76) Galvin, Pat (‘82-86) Ganly, Austin (‘98-02) Garlock, Ralph (‘26-29) Gatchell, Ryan (‘93-97) Gaunt, Nelson (‘27-30) Giarla, Thomas (‘36-37) Gibbs, Tyrece (‘06-09) Gilchrese, Eric (‘08-09) Gildea, Christopher (‘78-82) Glover, Bob (‘66-69)

Jablonowski, Joe (‘25-27) Jackson, Danny (‘87-88) Jackson, Greg (‘70-71) Jackson, Jamahl (‘94-98) James, Jim (‘73-74) Janev, Blagoj (‘04-07) Jasinski, Jerry (‘60-62) Jervis, Fred (‘42-43) Johnson, Carl (‘42-43) Johnson, Nick (‘51-52) Johnson, Rodney (‘82-86)

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Johnston, Andy (‘83-87) Jones, John (‘51-52) Jones, Norm (‘74-77) Joslin, Bob (‘41-42) Joslin, Charles (‘34-35) Judkins, Roger (‘39-40)

K

Kabba, Abby (‘09) Kachavos, George (‘46-48) Kageleiry, Gregory (‘59-61) Karalis, Ioannis (‘02-06) Karelis, Sheik (‘40-42) Katsiaficas, Charles (‘46-50) Kauderer, Matt (‘00-02) Keeler, Mike (‘78-82) Kelleher, Smokey (‘42-43) Kelley, Elbert W. (‘51-53) Kelsea, Oscar (‘24-27) Kennedy, Haskell (‘67-68) Kennett, Paul (‘46-47) Keough, Mike (‘72-73) Kerschner, Jim (‘66-68) Kessaris, Ted (‘45-48) Kessel, McKeen (‘70-71) Kimble, John (‘68-69) Kinion, Skip (‘36-38) Kinzly, Randy (‘78-82) Kjellman, John (‘58-60) Knox, Robert (‘38-39) Koehler, Bruce (‘31-34) Kolinski, Bill (‘40-43) Koopman, Dirk (‘82-86) Krug, Brandon (‘01-02) Krupa, Emil (‘42-46) Kupferman, Spencer (‘94-96) Kupper, Robert (‘55-56)

L

Ladd, Karl (‘26-27) Lakeman, Gerald (‘51-53) Lammers, David (‘68-69) Lang, Doug (‘90-94) Larkin, Paul (‘62-65) Lasch, Brian (‘67-68) Laskaris, Peter (‘74-78) Latour, Kenneth (‘61-63) Lawrence, Oakes (‘19-20) Lawson, John (‘45-48) Laymon, John (‘70-71) Layne, Ron (‘74-78) Leavitt, Paul (‘61-64) Leen, Mervin (‘33-34) LeFlem, Brett (‘97-01) Leighton, Winfield (‘55-56) Leocha, Vic (‘37-38) Leopold, Morris (‘26-27) Lepore, Robert (‘56-58) Levandowski, William (‘46-50) Lewis, Shaft (‘90-93) Lewis, Tim (‘87-90) Liddell, Damione (‘03-05) Lindman, Tim (‘58-60) Lizio, Ralph (‘25-26) Lloyd, David (‘54-57) Locke, Howard (‘36-37) Loiselle, Richard (‘57-58) Long, Hutch (‘47-50) Lord, Harry (‘28-30) Lundberg, James (‘57-58) Lunney, Mike (‘86-90) Lussier, Al (‘56-57)

M

Macauley, Wallace (‘46-47) MacDonald, Tommy (‘90-94) Macey, Douglas (‘57-60) Maciariello, Carmen (‘96-99) Mackel, Ed (‘40-41) MacLennan, Bruce (‘57-58)


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eFeb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000dplus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last sfive years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight )seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time 0since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list H(58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference trecord (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total mhome attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first ttime since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last sseven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight estraight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 lto 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less ethan five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season ,championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since

N

Neal, Al (‘26-27) Nechtem, Todd (‘70-73) Neely, Bob (‘79-82) Neimeier, Matt (‘90-94) Nelson, John (‘49-50) Nelson, Paul (‘67-68) Newton, Carl (‘63-65) Nicora, Robert (‘23-27) Nolan, Dan (‘80-84) Norman, Richard (‘60-61) Noseck, Ken (‘37-38)

O

O’Connell, Dale (‘45-46) O’Connell, Tim (‘90-92) O’Connor, Chris (‘89-93) Odom, Brandon (‘05-07) Ogelsby, Anthony (‘00-01) Olson, Bob (‘61-62) Onguetou, Radar (‘07-10) Otey, Brady (‘78-80)

P

Paire, Len (‘46-47) Papazian, John (‘54-55) Pappas, Billy (‘51-55) Paquette, Dick (‘44-45) Paquette, Peter (‘56-57) Pardo, William (‘73-77)

Parker, James (‘76-78) Parker, John (‘51-54) Parmenter, Terry (‘56-59) Pasichuke, George (‘42-43) Patch, Lloyd (‘27-30) Paton, Kelly (‘72-73) Peck, Crosby (‘56-58) Pemberton, Dave (‘69-72) Perkins, Chris (‘86-90) Perry, Bob (‘18-22) Perry, John (‘90-91) Peters, Brian (‘67-71) Peters, Dwight (‘69-72) Peterson, Kyle (‘00-04) Petrochilios, George (‘45-46) Phillips, Jelani (‘97-99) Pinks, Morris (‘41-42) Pisperikos, Nick (‘46-47) Plante, Theodore (‘37-40) Podaras, Arthur (‘56-57) Poteet, James (‘51-53) Powell, Jose (‘91-92) Power, Eli (‘37-38) Prentiss, Fred (‘16-17) Price, Seth (‘07) Provost, Joe (‘95-97) Pucci, Albert (‘49-51) Pullen, Leon (‘37-38) Purdy, Dan (‘93-95)

Q

Quinn, Cornelius (‘34-35) Quinn, John (‘77-80)

R

Rafferty, George (‘48-49) Rahal, Joe (‘66-67) Rainis, Joe (‘79-83) Ranchynoski, Leon (‘33-34) Rangasas, Ernie (‘48-49) Rapp, Allen (‘59-60) Rapsis, Henry (‘41-42) Rasanen, Dan (‘99-00) Rassi, Ken (‘95-98) Reynolds, George (‘56-59) Rhoads, Chandler (‘10-) Rhuland, Lionel (‘41-44) Rich, Jim (‘60-64) Richardson, Herbert (‘45-51) Richardson, Howie (‘44-46) Robbins, William (‘34-35) Roberts, Dick (‘49-51) Robinson, Arthur (‘33-34) Rogean, Arnold (‘34-37) Rogers, Edward (‘34-35) Rosinski, Francis (‘35-38) Ross, Moe (‘38-39) Rowe, Dean (‘78-79) Roybal, Jude (‘07) Ryder, Edward (‘44-45)

S

Sands, David (‘01-03) Santos, Colbey (‘09-10) Sargent, Dennis (‘72-75) Sargent, Scott (‘66-69) Sasner, John (‘54-57) Saunders, Fred (‘40-41) Schurman, Charles (‘27-30) Schurman, David (‘25-26) Seay, Steve (‘65-68) Senulis, Jeff (‘98-03) Sficas, Costas (‘49-51) Sheldon, Henry (‘47-48) Shepard, Paul (‘68-70) Sherwood, Irvin (‘19-21) Shuttleworth, William (‘17-19) Sim, Chet (‘44-45) Simpson, Roger (‘55-56) Singelais, Steve (‘73-77)

Skoog, Arthur (‘31-32) Slaten, Foster (‘25-28) Small, John (‘27-30) Smilikis, Pete (‘57-60) Smith, Henry (‘25-30) Smith, Matt (‘94-96) Smith, Thomas (‘75-78) Snider, William (‘41-42) Spano, Brian (‘85-87) Spenser, Charlie (‘73-74) Spitale, Joe (‘88-90) St. Angelo, Gregory (‘53-56) Stafford, Dave (‘29-30) Stafford, David (‘50-51) Stafford, Ted (‘20-23) Stanfield, Tony (‘81-82) Steele, Greg (‘83-87) Steele, James (‘17-18) Steininger, Tom (‘65-66) Stenberg, Clayton (‘53-54) Stephenson, Jim (‘88-90) Stergion, Andy (‘48-49) Stevens, George R. (‘16-17) Stevens, George R. III (‘41-42) Stevens, Leon (‘44-45) Stevens, Lum (‘50-52) Stewart, Bill (‘70-73) Stewart, Elmer (‘16-17) Stolovsky, Louis (‘27-30) Stone, Joe (‘48-51) Stone, Larry (‘46-47) Stover, Alcot (‘48-49) Stratton, Sam (‘49-51) Strobel, John (‘62-65) Sturgill, Ben (‘01-05) Stylianos, Tom (‘33-34) Sullivan, John (‘92-93) Sullivan, Robert (‘60-61) Sullivan, Tom (‘36-37) Swanson, Charles (‘55-57) Swicklas, John (‘34-35) Szydlik, Steve (‘74-75)

Walls, Craig (‘03-05) Warner, Richard (‘47-48) Waters, Bob (‘42-46) Webb, Walt (‘34-39) Weinberg, Lawrence (‘59-60) Weir, Thomas (‘69-70) Wentworth, Shirley (‘22-23) Wheeler, Bob (‘41-44) Wheeler, Donald (‘51-54) Whelton, Joseph (‘50-51) White, Fred (‘45-47) Wilde, Ronald (‘32-35) Wile, Lester (‘27-29) Willey, George (‘46-47) Willey, Leonard (‘52-54) Williams, Danny (‘91-92) Williams, Marcelle (‘99-00) Williams, Ralph (‘31-32) Williams, Roland (‘01-04) Wilson, Doug (‘92-96) Wilson, Doug (‘68-69) Wilson, Fred (‘38-39) Witter, Vincent (‘34-37) Wolcott, Casey (‘48-49) Wood, Ray (‘39-40) Wuth, Herbert (‘43-44)

Y

Yeaton, Mark (‘99-00)

Z

Zeko, Branimir (‘06-07) Zepernick, Keil (‘99-00) Zidovsky, Mike (‘39-40) Ziter, Lou (‘73-74) Zitrides, Art (‘40-41) Zyla, Jack (‘62-65)

ALUMNI ROSTER (1917-2010)

Mandravelis, Nick (‘60-64) Manor, Pat (‘89-93) Margil, Gerald (‘46-47) Marquardt, Rob (‘97-01) Marshall, Damion(‘06-07) Marshall, Dave (‘85-89) Marshall, Hugh (‘55-56) Martellini, Carmen (‘50-51) Matagrano, Chris (‘10-) Matteson, Ryan (‘95-96) Matthews, Bob (‘40-42) McClain, Al (‘80-84) McCormick, Paul (‘47-48) McCoy, Rob (‘92-93) McCurry, Mike (‘69-70) McDonough, Bill (‘86-87) McEachern, John (‘59-61) McGeary, Dan (‘07) McKelvie, Donald (‘21-22) McKeon, James (‘53-54) McKiniry, Ken (‘32-35) McKinley, John (‘21-23) McLaughlin, Charles (‘42-43) McLaughlin, John (‘54-57) McLeod, Mac (‘37-40) Mercier, Ernest (‘57-58) Messer, Ralph (‘60-62) Metcalf, Daniel (‘21-25) Michel, Robert (‘53-56) Millman, Julius (‘46-50) Miner, Don (‘49-51) Minkwitz, Rick (‘71-74) Misiaszek, Fred (‘61-62) Mitchell, Walter (‘29-30) Moeller, John (‘64-66) Monica, Hal (‘39-42) Montalto, Ron (‘67-68) Montanari, Eric (‘91-95) Mooradian, Andrew (‘44-48) Morganstern, Bill (‘64-65) Morrison, Jeremy (‘34-37) Morrison, Wayne (‘72-76) Mounkhall, Henry (‘69-70) Muller, Rick (‘71-72) Munsey, George (‘52-53) Murphy, Matt (‘93-95) Murphy, Peter (‘36-38) Murray, Dave (‘87-88) Myrick, Ferg (‘10-)

T

Tait, Marshall (‘84-85) Tansey, George (‘55-56) Targonski, Joseph (‘31-34) Tatarczuk, Frank (‘42-48) Taylor, Alray (‘03-04) Taylor, Ralph (‘24-26) Tchatchoua, Rony (‘08-09) Teague, Albert (‘37-38) Tetzlaff, Gene (‘25-26) Thielen, Eric (‘87-91) Thomas, Bob (‘42-46) Thorp, C. Bradford (‘59-60) Tibbetts, Bud (‘44-45) Tilton, Richard (‘28-29) Tilton, Robert (‘36-38) Tobey, Shawn (‘06-08) Toll, Art (‘32-35) Travis, Stanley (‘53-54) Trudel, Theodore, Jr. (‘50-54) Truman, Jesse (‘99-00) Truskoski, Ben (‘31-33) Twaddle, James (‘55-58)

V

Vachon, Tom (‘49-50) Valladares, James (‘08-) Vallo, John (‘49-50) Van Deventer, Brendan (‘75-79) Vasquez, Tom (‘65-66) Vaughn, Arky (‘40-42) Vetrano, Chris (‘04-06)

W

Walker, Frederick (‘32-35) Walker, Greg “G” (‘87-90) Walker, Griffin (‘02-04)

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record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories best home record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook, Feb. 28) for the first time in 12 tries largest average home attendance (1,126) since 1995-96 largest total home attendance (14,642) since 1995-96 six straight Lundholm crowds of 1,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 28), the longest streak since 1994-95 saw consecutive Lundholm crowds of 2,000-plus (Jan. 27-Feb. 6), the longest streak since 1994-95 reached New Year’s Day at .500 or better for the first time since 1997-98 allowed 62.4 points per game, the fewest since at least 1960-61 won in its first ever ESPN BracketBusters appearance three semifinal appearances in the last five years after making just four semifinal games the previous 26 seasons four tournament wins in the last seven years, the most in any seven-year period 10-plus wins four times in a five-year span for the first time since 1969-70 to 1973-74 (36 years) and nine-plus wins in seven straight seasons for the first time since 1918-19 to 1926-27 (83 years) won 12 of their last 16 home games won eight straight games at home from Feb. 19, 2009-Dec. 30, 2009, the second longest streak since 1960-61 reached an average attendance of 1,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 reached a total attendance of 13,000 in consecutive years for the first time since 1994-95 to 1995-96 first UNH head coach to make three semifinal appearances second UNH head coach to appear in back-to-back semifinal games fifth all-time on UNH’s wins list (58) second all-time in wins during the first five years at UNH (61) second UNH head coach to reach 50 wins in less than five full seasons first among active conference coaches and third all-time with 137 America East victories record (9-4) since 1994-95 best non-conference record (7-7) since 1994-95 recorded a win over a team that would either go on to win at least a share of the regular-season championship or had already clinched it (Stony Brook,

Conference Honors

1980-81 Al McClain........................................................Rookie of the Year 1982-83 Robin Dixon.................................................. All-NAC First Team Gerry Friel..........................................................Coach of the Year 1983-84 Al McClain.................................................... All-NAC First Team Dan Nolan................................................ All-NAC Second Team Greg Steele.......................................................... All-Rookie Team 1984-85 James Best........................................................... All-Rookie Team 1985-86 Dirk Koopman......................................... All-NAC Second Team 1986-87 Greg Steele................................... All-NAC Honorable Mention 1989-90 Pat Manor..........................................................Rookie of the Year Pat Manor..................................................Foreign Tour Selection Eric Thielen...............................................Foreign Tour Selection 1990-91 Tommy MacDonald.......................................... All-Rookie Team 1991-92 James Ben................................................. All-NAC Second Team Marcus Crosby................................................... All-Rookie Team Jose Powell........................................................... All-Rookie Team 1992-93 Pat Manor............................... NAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year Ed Eusebio........................................................... All-Rookie Team 1993-94 Scott Drapeau............................................... All-NAC First Team Eric Montanari........................................ All-NAC Second Team Scott Drapeau........................................... All-Tournament Team 1994-95 Scott Drapeau............................................... All-NAC First Team Matt Alosa................................................ All-NAC Second Team Matt Acres........................................................... All-Rookie Team 1995-96 Matt Alosa................................................ All-NAC Second Team 1997-98 Matt Acres........................................ America East Second Team Andy Cavo..................................America East All-Rookie Team 1998-99 Will Chavis.................................America East All-Rookie Team 1999-00 Marcelle Williams.....................America East All-Rookie Team 2001-02 Chris Brown.............................. ............America East First Team Austin Ganly.................................. ..America East Second Team 2003-04 Blagoj Janev................................America East All-Rookie Team 2004-05 Ben Sturgill....................................... America East Second Team 2004-05 Mike Christensen......................America East All-Rookie Team 2005-06 Blagoj Janev........................................... America East First Team 2006-07 Blagoj Janev...................................... America East Second Team 2006-07 Jermaine Anderson............................ America East Third Team 2006-07 Jermaine Anderson..............America East All-Defensive Team 2007-08 Tyrece Gibbs....................................... America East Third Team 2007-08 Alvin Abreu........................ America East All-Rookie Team 2007-08 Tyrone Conley................... America East All-Rookie Team 2008-09 Tyrece Gibbs.................................... America East Second Team 2008-09 Radar Onguetou.................. America East All-Academic Team 2009-10 Alvin Abreu...............................America East Second Team 2009-10 Ferg Myrick........................ America East All-Rookie Team 2009-10 Brian Benson.................America East All-Academic Team

TYRECE GIBBS

2008 America East All-Conference Third Team 2009 America East All-Conference Second Team

2010 America East All-Conference Second Team

L-R: Tommy Brenton, Alvin Abreu, Corey Lowe, Joe Zeglinski, Bryan Dougher

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dane diliegro sr. • c • 6-9 • 250 lexington, Mass.

DEANDRAY BUCKLEY fr. • G/F • 6-4 • 205 ROMULUS, MICH.

CHANDLER RHOADS SO. • G • 6-4 • 195 berryville, Va.

JORDON BRONNER FR. • G • 6-0 • 170 SLEEPY HOLLOW, N.Y.

RYAN HERRION so. • G • 6-0 • 180 DOVER, N.H.

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james valladares Sr. • f/c • 6-9 • 230 kaufman, texas

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KAZADI NYANGUILA FR. • F • 6-7 • 230 MONTREAL, QUEBEC

bill herrion head coach

PATRICK KONAN SO. • F • 6-6 • 205 GAINESVILLE, FLA.

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ferg myrick SO. • f • 6-6 • 210 philadelphia, pa.

alvin abreu Sr. • G • 6-2 • 195 Lynn, Mass.

ken dempsey associate head coach

Tyrone conley sr. • G • 6-2 • 205 Burlington, vt.

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Chris matagrano SO. • c • 6-9 • 235 Sayreville, N.J.

chris mohr assistant coach

jean bain assistant coach

SCOTT MORRIS Fr. • G • 6-2 • 200 WALKERSVILLE, MD.

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BRIAN BENSON JR. • f • 6-9 • 220 ROCHESTER, N.Y.

scott weitzelL director of basketball operations


2010-11 UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE MENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE November 13 Saturday 16 Tuesday 20 Saturday 23 Tuesday 27 Saturday 30 Tuesday

LESLEY at Dartmouth HOLY CROSS at Sacred Heart BROWN at Connecticut

December 4 Saturday 9 Thursday 18 Saturday 22 Wednesday 29 Wednesday 30 Thursday

at Colgate ARMY at Rhode Island at Central Conn. St. vs. Cornell ! vs. VCU/Wofford !

1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m.

2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 5/7:30p.m.

January 2 Sunday 4 Tuesday 8 Saturday 11 Tuesday 15 Saturday 20 Thursday 23 Sunday 25 Tuesday 29 Saturday 31 Monday

at Albany at Boston U. BINGHAMTON HARTFORD at Stony Brook VERMONT UMBC at Maine BOSTON U. at Vermont

February 2 Wednesday 5 Saturday 9 Wednesday 12 Saturday 19 Saturday 22 Tuesday 27 Sunday

ALBANY 7 p.m. at Binghamton 7 p.m. STONY BROOK 7 p.m. at UMBC 7 p.m. at ESPN BracketBusters TBA Maine 7p.m. at Hartford 2 p.m.

4 p.m. 7:30p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m.

March 3 Thursday 5 Saturday 6 Sunday 12 Saturday

AE First Round # AE Quarterfinals # AE Semifinals # AE Championship $

TBA TBA TBA TBA

HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS * - America East game ! - VCU Christmas Tourney (Richmond, Va.) # - At Chase Arena (Hartford, Conn.) $ - At home of highest remaining seed


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