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University of Northwestern Ohio Athletic Department 1441 North Cable Road, Lima, Ohio, 45805 Phone: 419-998-8848 Website: www.unohracers.com

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Administration

Athletic Director, Chris Adams ............................................................419-998-8848 Women’s Basketball ........................................................ 3-18 Director of Athletic Operations, Michael Armbruster.................419-998-8851 Coach Menchhofer Greeting .............................................. 4 Athletic Administrative Assistant, Alexa Miller.............................419-998-8848 Women’s Team Picture & Roster ....................................... 5 Sports Information Director, Jeremy Schneider ..........................419-998-8869 Women’s Schedule ................................................................. 6 Athletic Trainer, Erin Gasser .................................................................419-998-8868

Women’s Coaches Biographies ......................................... 7

Athletic Trainer, Aron Downey ............................................................419-998-8868 Women’s Players Biographies....................................... 8-12 2011-12 Statistics ...................................................................13 2012-13 Opponents .......................................................14-15

Coaching Staff

Men’s Head Coach, Chris Adams .............................................cadams@unoh.edu

Record Book .......................................................................16-18 2011-12 Honors ..................................................................... 19

Men’s Assistant Coach, Michael Armbruster ............... maarmbru@unoh.edu All-Time Women’s Roster ................................................... 20 Men’s Assistant Coach, Matt Metzger ............................. mmetzger@unoh.edu Men’s Basketball ............................................................. 21-38 Women’s Head Coach, Kyle Menchhofer .................kmenchhofer@unoh.edu

Coach Adams Greeting ....................................................... 22 Women’s Assistant Coach, Alexa Miller ........................... akennedy@unoh.edu Men’s Team Picture & Roster ............................................ 23 Women’s Assistant Coach, Julie McCullough .......... jmccullough@unoh.edu Men’s Schedule ...................................................................... 24 Men’s Coaches Biographies ........................................ 25-26

General Information

Men’s Players Biographies............................................ 27-30

Location ...............................................................................................................Lima, Ohio Enrollment .................................................................................................................... 4,500 President ............................................................................................ Dr. Jeffrey A. Jarvis Mascot ........................................................................................................................ Racers School Colors ................................................................. Maroon, Black, White, Silver Affiliation ...................................................................................................................... NAIA Conference ............................ Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC)

Covering the Racers The University of Northwestern Ohio Sports Information Department is always interested in helping members of the media in coverage of UNOH athletics. Please contact SID Jeremy Schneider at 419-998-8869 or jschneider@unoh.edu for assistance. All player and coach interviews must be arranged through the UNOH Sports Information Department. Post-game interviews 2 I UNOH RACERS

2011-12 Statistics .................................................................. 32 2012-13 Opponents ...................................................... 32-33 Record Book ...................................................................... 34-36 2011-12 Honors ..................................................................... 37 All-Time Men’s Roster .......................................................... 38 UNOH Athletics Hall of Fame ............................................ 39 Stay Connected to UNOH Athletics ............................... 40

will take place outside the locker rooms after a mandatory 10-minute cooling off period. Please let SID Jeremy Schneider know of any interest in interviewing specific coaches or players. An official box score will be made available to members of the media approximately 10 minutes following the conclusion of each match or game. Box scores will be emailed to each local media outlet, and they can also be found on our website, www.unohracers.com.


Pictured (left to right): UNOH seniors Saige Meyer, Angie Cates and Shaye Warman

2012-13 UNOH Women’s Basketball

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“The Lady Racers are looking forward to an exciting 2012-13 basketball season. We lost two seniors to graduation, including All-American Amanda Francis who was a four year starter and the school’s all-time leading scorer. However, eight new players are joining the UNOH Lady Racers this season, six freshman and two transfer players. “We have three returning starters and three players who saw significant action last season. Senior Shaye Warman, a preseason All-WHAC selection, leads the returners back after averaging 13.4 points last season. Junior Becca Puckett is returning and averaged 9.8 points last season. Senior Angie Cates rounds out the returning starters after averaging 6.5 points per game. “Senior Saige Meyer and sophomores Sammi Dervisevic and Lauren Hopfner are expected to be major contributors to this year’s team. We are excited about the young new talent coming into our program. We expect these players to step in and blend with the returning players. We had many players stay on campus last summer and put in the work to make us a better basketball team. “We were very excited with how our 2011-12 season finished with a winning record and a tie for third place in the WHAC. Our goal is to build on last season, work hard, play enthusiastically and have fun. If and when those components happen, we feel we will be in every game.”

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2012-13 Lady Racers

# 1 3 4 10 11 12 14 20 22 23 25 30 33 34 40 44

Name Kylie Kahlig Jess Johns Shaye Warman Sammi Dervisevic Samantha Fiegel Bria McFadgen Angie Cates Lauren Hopfner Brooke Boening Saige Meyer Madisen Nosek Rebecca Puckett Becca Harshman Madison Coldren Jaya Smith Jannika Ryan

Cl. FR FR SR SO FR SO SR SO SO SR FR JR FR SO FR JR

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

Ht. 5-9 5-7 5-9 6-0 6-0 5-9 5-4 5-7 5-5 5-5 5-8 5-8 5-7 5-9 5-10 5-11

Hometown Fort Recovery, Ohio Cairo, Ohio Straughn, Ind. Elida, Ohio Ohio City, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Arcanum, Ohio Sterling Heights, Mich. Clinton Twp., Mich. Hamler, Ohio Linden, Mich. Ray, Ohio Ohio City, Ohio Findlay, Ohio Albion, Mich. Gladwin, Mich.

Previous School Fort Recovery H.S. Lima Bath H.S. Tri H.S. Lima Shawnee H.S. Van Wert H.S. Little Miami H.S. Edison C.C. Adlai E. Stevenson H.S. Chippewa Valley H.S. Owens C.C. Linden H.S. Oak Hill H.S. Rockford Parkway H.S. University of Findlay Albion H.S. Skeel Christian H.S.

Breakdown By Class: Seniors (3) Juniors (2) Sophomores (5) Freshmen (6) By Position: Guards (11) Forwards (3) Center (2)

Head Coach: Kyle Menchhofer Assistant Coaches: Julie McCullough, Alexa Miller

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2012-13 Schedule Date Nov. 2-3 Nov. 9 Nov. 13 Nov. 17 Nov. 20 Nov. 28

Opponent at Berea Tip-Off Tournament vs. Marian College vs. University of Saint Francis @ Cornerstone University* @ Lawrence Tech* vs. Davenport University*

Location Berea, Ky. Lima, Ohio Lima, Ohio Grand Rapids, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Lima, Ohio

Time TBD 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

Dec. 1 Dec. 5 Dec. 8 Dec. 12 Dec. 15 Dec. 20 Dec. 21 Dec. 29

vs. Siena Heights University* vs. Madonna University* @ UM-Dearborn* vs. Olivet College vs. Aquinas College* vs. Bethesda University of California# vs. Dillard University# @ University of Findlay

Lima, Ohio Lima, Ohio Dearborn, Mich. Lima, Ohio Lima, Ohio Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Findlay, Ohio

1:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

Jan. 2 Jan. 5 Jan. 9 Jan. 12 Jan. 16 Jan. 19 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 Jan. 29 Jan. 31

@ Concordia University* vs. Indiana Tech* @ Lourdes University* vs. Marygrove College* vs. Cornerstone University* @ Siena Heights University* @ Davenport University* vs. Lawrence Tech* @ Madonna University* vs. UM-Dearborn*

Ann Arbor, Mich. Lima, Ohio Sylvania, Ohio Lima, Ohio Lima, Ohio Adrian, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. Lima, Ohio Livonia, Mich. Lima, Ohio

5:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

Feb. 2 Feb. 6 Feb. 9 Feb. 13 Feb. 16

@ Aquinas College* vs. Concordia University* @ Indiana Tech* vs. Lourdes University* @ Marygrove College*

Grand Rapids, Mich. Lima, Ohio Fort Wayne, Ind. Lima, Ohio Detroit, Mich.

1:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

* - WHAC contest # - Las Vegas Hoopa Tournament

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kyle menchhofer

Kyle Menchhofer begins his second full season as the head women’s basketball coach at the University of Northwestern Ohio. He has a 30-27 record in his tenure with the Lady Racers; he took over the team early in the 2010-11 season. He previously served as the assistant men’s basketball coach for four seasons. In the 2011-12 season, Menchhofer led UNOH to a 17-14 overall record and 11-7 in the WHAC, culminating in a spot on the conference tournament. He has coached a first-team All-WHAC and honorable mention NAIA All-American, five WHAC All-Academic team members and three NAIA Scholar-Athletes. Menchhofer came to UNOH with 16 years of coaching experience. He was the head coach at New Knoxville High School for two seasons, leading the Rangers to two sectional titles. He also spent two seasons as the varsity assistant coach under Chris Adams at Elida. Menchhofer received his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Education from The Ohio State University. He also received his Master’s Degree in Educational Technology from the University of Findlay. Menchhofer is married to Kim. They have three children, Kylee, Kami and Kassie.

julie mccullough

Coach Julie McCullough enters her third season as the varsity assistant women’s basketball coach.

alexa miller

Coach Alexa Miller begins her second season as an assistant coach after playing for the Lady Racers for four seasons.

She spent two years as the varsity coach of Kenton High School where she also taught Physical Education. She was the Graduate Assistant coach at Defiance College where she received her Master’s of Education in Sport Science.

Miller leads the Lady Racers record book with games played (116), minutes, games started and 3-point field goals made. She ranks second in career scoring, career defensive rebounds and career assists.

McCullough played at Kalamazoo Valley Community College, where in two years they won conference, state and regional championships. As a sophomore captain, her team went to the national tournament as the No. 1 rated school in the country and finished with a 33-3 record. McCullough transferred to a NCAA Division I school, the University of Texas-Pan American. As a senior captain, McCullough was the leading rebounder and graduated with a Kinesiology degree with a minor in Special Education.

Miller was a team captain all four years. She was named an Academic AllAmerican. She graduated in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing. Prior to coming back to UNOH, Kennedy was the junior varsity volleyball coach at Lima Central Catholic High School. A graduate of Archbold High School, she resides in Lima with her husband, former UNOH men’s basketball player Brandon Miller.

She resides in Lima with her husband, Bill.

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kylie kahlig

#1

5-9, Freshman Guard/Forward Fort Recovery, Ohio Fort Recovery H.S. Prep: Kahlig was named first-team All-Midwest Athletic Conference. ... Named to the District 8 All-Star team, where she was named the game MVP. ... Won two letters in basketball, two in volleyball and four in track as a sprinter and thrower. ... Averaged 12 points, 6 rebounds and 2 assists and 2 steals as a senior. Personal: Daughter of Dan and Juli Kahlig. ... Has one brother, Wes. ... Received the National Scholar-Athlete Award and MAC Academic Award. ... Majoring in Business Administration.

jess johns

#3

5-7, Freshman Guard Cairo, Ohio Lima Bath H.S. Prep: Johns played in the Ohio North-South All-Star Game in basketball. ... Named first-team All-District 8 and to The Lima News Dream Team. ... Helped lead the Bath Wildkittens to a spot in the Ohio Final 4. ... Won three letters in both basketball and softball. ... Averaged 11 points, 6 assists and 3 steals as a senior. Personal: Daughter of Tim and Joyce Johns. ... Named an Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Award winner. ... Majoring in Digital Design and Specialized Studies in Business Administration.

shaye warman

#4

5-9, Senior Guard Straughn, Ind. Tri H.S. Junior: Warman started 30 of 31 games, averaging 30.1 minutes. ... Hit 73 3-pointers, crushing the school record by 23. ... Averaged 13.4 points, 4.5 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 2.0 steals. ... Is second in the UNOH record books for 3-pointers made with 130, just nine behind current assistant coach Alexa Miller. Sophomore: Started nine of 30 games, averaging 17.9 minutes. ... Was fourth on the team with 6.9 points per game, including a season-best 19 points against OSU-Lima/Rhodes State. ... Made 44-of-126 3-point attempts. Freshman: Played in 27 games, averaging 7.3 minutes per game. ... Averaged 3.1 points per game. ... Had a seasonhigh 15 points against OSU-Lima/Rhodes State. Prep: Was a three-time all-conference selection. ... She was voted as a Top 100 player in the state during her junior and senior seasons ... Established herself with many records at Tri High School, including most 3-pointers in a game, season and career. Warman finished third for assists in a career, and third all-time for free throw percentage. Personal: Daughter of Kam and Burke Warman. ... Majoring in Medical Office Administration and Health Care Administration.

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sammi dervisevic

#10

6-0, Sophomore Guard Elida, Ohio Lima Shawnee H.S. Freshman: Played in 24 games and started six, averaging 13.2 minutes. ... Avearged 3.6 points and 3.1 rebounds. Prep: As a senior at Lima Shawnee High School, Dervisevic was named first-team All-Western Buckeye League, firstteam All-District 8 and third-team All-Northwest District. ... Played in the District 8 All-Star Game and the Ohio-Indiana All-Star Game. ... Was named to The Lima News Dream Team. ... Was third-team All-WBL as a junior. Personal: Daughter of Sam Dervisevic and Cindi Dervisevic. ... Has one brother, Brandon, and one sister, Amber. ... Majoring in Business Administration.

#11

samantha fiegel 6-0, Freshman Center Ohio City, Ohio Van Wert H.S.

#12

bria mcfadgen 5-9, Sophomore Guard Cincinnati, Ohio Little Miami H.S. Freshman: Played in 13 games. ... Averaged 1.6 points and shot 70 percent from the free throw line.

Prep: Awarded the Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Award while at Little Miami High School. ... Named second-team AllFort Ancient Valley Conference as a senior. ... Three-year starter in basketball and two-year starter in volleyball. Personal: Daughter of Le’Andre and Pranee McFadgen. ... Has a sister, Mercedes Moore. ... Majoring in Business Administration.

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angie cates

#14

5-4, Senior Guard Arcanum, Ohio Edison C.C. Junior: Played in all 31 games, starting 24 and averaging 27.2 minutes. ... Averaged 6.5 points, 2.6 assists, 1.7 steals and 2.9 rebounds. ... Avearged 7.7 points and 2.8 assists in conference games. Sophomore: Named honorable mention All-Conference at Edison C.C. ... Led conference in assists, ranking fourth nationally. ... Team captain. Freshman: Played at Edison C.C. Prep: Cates ranks on the top-10 career scoring list for Arcanum High School. ... Led the Cross County Conference in assists as a junior and senior. ... First-team All-CCC as a junior and senior. ... First-team All-District 9 as a senior. ... Started varsity all four years. ... Named team captain as a sophomore, junior and senior. ... After senior year, named honorable mention All-Ohio. ... Honored with the Darke County Female Athlete of the Year as a senior.

lauren hopfner

#20

5-7, Sophomore Guard Sterling Heights, Mich. Adlai E. Stevenson H.S. Freshman: Played in 24 games and averaged 7.3 minutes. ... Averaged 1.6 points and 1.4 rebounds per game. Prep: Hopfner was a four-year starter at Adlai E. Stevenson High School. ... Named team captain during junior and senior seasons. ... Named first-team All-League as a junior and senior, and was named honorable mention as a sophomore. ... Earned fourth-team All-County honors in junior and senior years. ... Macomb Daily Tier 1 All-Star Team fourth-team. ... Ranked in the top-50 in the state for the 2011 Class-MI rankings website and No. 6 point guard. Personal: Daughter of Karl and Debra Hopfner. ... Has a brother, Karl. ... Majoring in Sports Marketing & Management and Specialized Studies in Business Administration.

brooke boening

#22

5-5, Sophomore Guard Clinton Township, Mich. Chippewa Valley H.S. Freshman: Played in 14 games and averaged 6.2 minutes. ‌ Averaged 1.2 points. Prep: Boening started for three seasons at Chippewa Valley High School. ... She was a two-year captain. Personal: Daughter of Mike and Denise Boening. ... Has two brothers, Shaun and Aaron. ... Graduated Magna Cum Laude, ranked 37th in a class of 544. ... All-Macomb County Academic for four years. ... Ranked 17th in state of Michigan for class of 2011.

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#23

saige meyer 5-5, Senior Guard Hamler, Ohio Owens C.C.

Junior: Played in 30 games, making one start and averaging 17.6 minutes. ... Averaged 5.2 points and hit 21 of 67 from 3-point distance (31.3 percent). ... Also averaged 1.5 steals. Sophomore: Named Defensive Player of the Year and Team Captain. ... Named Most Improved Player. Prep: Meyer was named team MVP during her junior and senior season at Patrick Henry High School. ... Named to the All-Northwest District second team and All-Northwest Ohio Athletic League second team. ... Was PH’s Defensive Player of the Year. Personal: Daughter of Doug and Linda Meyer. ... Has two brothers, Shane and Seth, and one sister, Sheena. ... Received the Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Award at Patrick Henry. ... Won the Ohio High School Basketball Association Gold and Silver Scholar Athlete Award. ... Named OCCAA All-Academic Team for two seasons at Owens C.C. ... Received Distinguised Academic All-American honors. ... Majoring in Business Administration.

madisen nosek

#25

5-8, Freshman Guard Linden, Mich. Linden H.S.

rebecca puckett

#30

5-8, Junior Post/Forward Ray, Ohio Oak Hill H.S. Sophomore: Played in 31 games, starting in 22 and averaging 21.5 minutes. ... Averaged 9.8 minutes and 5.2 rebounds. ... Had two straight double-doubles, 16 points and 11 rebounds against Marygrove and 20 points and 10 rebounds against Aquinas. Freshman: Played in 30 games, playing 13.1 minutes per game. ... Averaged 4.9 points. ... Converted 56-of-112 field goal attempts (50 percent), best on the team among players with at least 50 attempts. ... Averaged 2.9 rebounds. Prep: Earned four varsity letters in basketball ... Selected to All-Conference team for four years ... Selected to All-District team for all four years ... Named to All-Ohio honorable mention team 3 years ... Selected to All-Ohio third team for one year ... Member of the 2009 State Runners-Ups ... Named to the 2009 State Championship All-Tournament team. Personal: Daughter of Tim and Jackie Puckett. ... Has one brother, Aaron, and a sister, Michaela. ... Majoring in Medical Office Management and Health Care Administration.

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becca harshman

#33

5-7, Freshman Guard Ohio City, Ohio Rockford Parkway H.S. Prep: Harshman was named first-team All-Midwest Athletic Conference in basketball and volleyball, and secondteam All-District 8 in both sports as well. ... Holds school record with 41 points in a game. ... Averaged 16 points, eight rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals and 3 blocks as a senior. Personal: Daughter of Jim and Kristie Harshman. ... Has three sisters, Rachel, Hannah and Leah. ... Member of National Honor Society at Parkway H.S. ... Majoring in Accounting.

madison coldren

#34

5-9, Sophomore Post/Forward Findlay, Ohio The University of Findlay Freshman: Played on the j.v. basketball team for the Oilers, averaging 22 points and 16 rebounds. ... Played on the varsity softball team. Prep: Coldren was named Offensive Player of the Year at Van Buren High School in basketball, softball and soccer. ... Won three letters in basketball, two in soccer and four in softball. ... Named second-team All-Blanchard Valley Conference in basketball, and a three-team selection to the first-team All-BVC softball team. Personal: Daughter of Michael and Tracy Coldren. ... Majoring in Legal Assistance and Specialized Studies in Business Administration. ... Graduated from Van Buren with honors, also named All-Northwest Ohio Academic Team in soccer and BVC All-Academic in basketball and softball.

jaya smith

#40

5-10, Freshman Center Albion, Mich. Albion H.S. Personal: Daughter of Lynette Embry. ... Has one brother, Ivan Green II, and one sister, Jaslyn Smith. ... Majoring in Marketing at UNOH.

jannika ryan

#44

5-10, Junior Post/Forward Gladwin, Mich. Mid-Michigan C.C. Prep: Helped Skeels Christian H.S. to a Michigan state title in 2007, and state runners-up finishes in 2008, ’09 and ’10. ... Named to the All-Tournament team in 2009 and ’10. Personal: Daughter of Tom and Stephanie Ryan. ... Has one sister, Telisha. ... Named to National Honor Roll and National Honor Society. ... Majoring in Digital Multimedia and Specialized Studies in Business Administration.

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2011-12 FINAL STATISTICS OVERALL RECORD: 17-14

HOME: 11-4 AWAY: 5-9

NEUTRAL: 1-1

No. Player

GP GS Tot Avg FG

FGA Pct

3FG FGA Pct

FT FTA Pct

Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A

03

21 18 555 26.4 71

183 .388

14

30 40 .750

25 126 151 7.2

04 10 11 12 14 20 22 23 30 33 34

Karrah Windau

Conference-Only... 10 10 283 28.3 38

87

Shaye Shaye

339 .407

31 30 932 30.1 138

.437

29 0

TO Blk Stl Pts

73 82 7

Avg

52

.269

25 186 8.9

7

24

.292

17 25 .680

12 64 76 7.6

14 0

37 43 4

8 100 10.0

73

197 .371

67 76 .882

25 114 139 4.5

55 1

59 76 6

62 416 13.4

Conference-Only... 17 17 543 31.9 78

183 .426

36

104 .346

43 51 .843

14 60 74 4.4

30 0

41 54 2

37 235 13.8

Sammi Dervisevic

24 6 316 13.2 35

74

.473

4

25

.160

12 16 .750

16 58 74 3.1

13 0

15 25 3

10 86

3.6

Conference-Only... 11 3 144 13.1 13

25

.520 0

7

.000

8

4

4

7

12 2

2 34

3.1

Amanda Henry

115 .391 0

0

.000

37 54 .685

12

24 9

15 127 4.1

31 5 488 15.7 45

10 .800

31 35 3.2

42 55 97 3.1

0

63 1

Conference-Only... 17 3 263 15.5 23

55

.418

0

0

.000

15 19 .789

20 32 52 3.1

35 0

2

14 4

5 61

3.6

Bria McFadgen

15

.467

0

0

.000

7

10 .700

3

9

12 0.9

5

0

5

12 3

2 21

1.6

7

.714

0

0

.000

4

4

1.000 2

5

7

1

0

3

7

1 14

2.3

193 .363

6

35

.171

57 86 .663

27 63 90 2.9

51 0

82 92 5

52 203 6.5

118 .398 2

16

.125

35 51 .686

17 34 51 3.0

27 0

47 41 1

32 131 7.7

13 0 59 4.5

7

Conference-Only... 6 0 33 5.5

5

Angie Cates

31 24 844 27.2 70

Conference-Only... 17 14 476 28.0 47 Laruen Hopfner

24 0 174 7.3

Conference-Only... 12 0 73 6.1 Brooke Boening

1.2

1

14

44

.318

0

7

.000

10 16 .625

13 20 33 1.4

27 0

13 20 1

7 38

1.6

6

20

.300

0

3

.000

4

6

8

5

3 16

1.3

6

.667

9

15 1.3

0

12 0

14 0 87 6.2

6

17

.353

1

2

.500

4

4

1.000 2

6

8

0.6

2

0

2

3

0

1 17

1.2

Conference-Only... 6 0 42 7.0

4

8

.500

1

2

.500

2

2

1.000 1

3

4

0.7

1

0

1

1

0

1 11

1.8

178 .354

21

67

.313

8

13 .615

35 30 65 2.2

46 0

41 48 7

45 155 5.2

Conference-Only... 16 0 271 16.9 33

Saige Meyer

30 1 528 17.6 63

92

10

34

.294

2

3

.667

18 17 35 2.2

27 0

23 22 3

23 78

Rebecca Puckett

230 .509

8

32

.250

61 72 .847

52 108 160 5.2

46 0

20 44 8

23 303 9.8

31 22 666 21.5 117

.359

4.9

Conference-Only... 17 14 389 22.9 68

127 .535

6

18

.333

30 36 .833

24 66 90 5.3

29 0

11

21 4

7 172 10.1

Amanda Francis

419 .506

36

106 .340

101 137 .737

56 110 166 5.4

50 0

57 129 3

76 561 18.1

31 30 973 31.4 212

Conference-Only... 17 17 555 32.6 124 Leah Konieczki

244 .508

21

61

.344

51 66 .773

30 68 98 5.8

27 0

30

84 2

47 320 18.8

14 0 62 4.4

4

22

.182

0

1

.000

4

6

.667

3

10 13 0.9

8

0

1

9

0

3 12

0.9

Conference-Only... 6 0 26 4.3

2

10

.200

0

0

.000

2

2

1.000 1

5

3

0

0

3

0

0 6

1.0

118 .441

0

1

.000

38 61 .623

40

Kelsey Burton

31 14 517 16.7 52

Conference-Only... 17 7 307 18.1 29 68 .426 0 1 .000 22 36 .611 Team

6

1.0

69 94 163 5.3

102 5

17 45 10 13 142 4.6

36 56 92 5.4 56 2 10 24 5 75 135 210 20

8 80

4.7

UNOH..........

31

6201

834

1947 .428

163

525 .310

436 591 .738

417 885 1302 42.0

Conference-Only

17

3405

470

1044 .450

83

270 .307

235 311 .756

211 503 714 42.0 262 2

Opponents......

31

6163

771

2041 .378 206 746 .276

369 556 .664

456 744 1200 38.7 510 -

424 599 95 295 2117 68.3

Conference-Only... 17

3363

431

1134 .380

175 275 .636

243 386 629 37.0 274 3

239 303 56 173 1155 67.9

Score by periods

1st

Northwestern Ohio

1105

1162 2267

Opponents

1023

1094 2117

118 428 .276

497 7

397 622 62 336 2267 73.1 217 345 28 176 1258 74.0

2nd Total

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Location: Grand Rapids, Mich. Enrollment: 2,300 Nickname: Saints President: Juan Olivarez, Ph.D.

Athletic Director: Terry Bocian

Head Coach: Linda Nash Alma Mater: Central Michigan Record at School (Yrs): 274-188 (16) Career Record: 274-188 (16) 2011 record: 15-15 (8-6 WHAC) 2012-13 Matchup Date: Dec. 15, at UNOH; Feb. 2, at Aquinas

All-Time Series: 3-1

Location: Ann Arbor, Mich. Enrollment: 750 Nickname: Cardinals President: Randall W. Luecke

Athletic Director: Andrea Gorski

Head Coach: Andrea Gorski Alma Mater: Bradley Record at School (Yrs): 78-52 (4) Career Record: 78-52 (4) 2011 record: 29-6 (16-2 WHAC) 2012-13 Matchup Date: Jan. 2, at Concordia; Feb. 6, at UNOH

All-Time Series: 1-3

Location: Grand Rapids, Mich. Enrollment: 1,300 Nickname: Golden Eagles President: Dr. Joseph M. Stowell

Athletic Director: Dave Grube

Head Coach: Katie Feenstra Mattera Alma Mater: Liberty Record at School (Yrs): First year Career Record: First year 2011 record: 18-13 (11-7 WHAC) 2012-13 Matchup Date: Nov. 17, at Cornerstone; Jan. 16, at UNOH

All-Time Series: 1-4

Location: Grand Rapids, Mich. Enrollment: 3,500 Nickname: Panthers President: Richard J. Pappas

Athletic Director: Paul Lowden

Head Coach: Mike Williams Alma Mater: Wisconsin-Stevens Point Record at School (Yrs): 30-5 (2) Career Record: 74-38 (4) 2011 record: 30-5 (16-2 WHAC) 2012-13 Matchup Date: Nov. 28, at UNOH; Jan. 23, at Davenport Location: Fort Wayne, Ind.

All-Time Series: 0-4

Enrollment: 5,000 Nickname: Warriors

President: Dr. Arthur E. Snyder

Athletic Director: Martin Neuhoff

Head Coach: Jessie Biggs Alma Mater: Northern Iowa Record at School (Yrs): First year Career Record: First year 2011 record: 14-17 (6-12 WHAC) 2012-13 Matchup Date: Jan. 5, at UNOH; Feb. 9, at Indiana Tech

All-Time Series: 3-4

Location: Southfield, Mich. Enrollment: 4,000 Nickname: Blue Devils President: Dr. Virinder K. Moudgil

Athletic Director: Scott Trudeau

Head Coach: Mary Pinkowski Alma Mater: Flagler Career Record: 85-120 2011 record: First season

Record at School (Yrs): First season

2012-13 Matchup Date: Nov. 20, at Lawrence Tech; Jan. 26, at UNOH Location: Sylvania, Ohio Enrollment: 2,655 President: Janet Robinson (interim)

All-Time Series: First meeting

Nickname: Gray Wolves

Athletic Director: Andre Smith

Head Coach: Zareth Gray Alma Mater: Michigan State Record at School (Yrs): 5-25 (2) Career Record: 35-119 (6) 2011 record: 5-25 (0-18 WHAC) 2012-13 Matchup Date: Jan. 9, at Lourdes; Feb. 13, at UNOH

All-Time Series: 2-0

Location: Livonia, Mich. Enrollment: 4,291 Nickname: Crusaders President: Sister Rose Marie Kujawa, CSSF

Athletic Director: Bryan Rizzo

Head Coach: Carl Graves Alma Mater: Concordia Record at School (Yrs): 82-99 (6) Career Record: 82-99 (6) 2011 record: 12-17 (8-10 WHAC) 2012-13 Matchup Date: Dec. 5, at UNOH; Jan. 29, at Madonna

All-Time Series: 1-4

Location: Detroit, Mich. Enrollment: 950 Nickname: Mustangs President: Dr. David J. Fike

Athletic Director: David Sichterman

Head Coach: Antonio HItchcock Alma Mater: Wartburg Career Record: N/A 2011 record: 13-15

Record at School (Yrs): N/A

2012-13 Matchup Date: Jan. 12, at UNOH; Feb. 16, at Marygrove

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All-Time Series: 6-1


Location: Dearborn, Mich. Enrollment: N/A Nickname: Wolves President: Daniel Little

Athletic Director: Steve Rotta

Head Coach: Sheri Washington Alma Mater: Michigan Career Record: N/A 2011 record: 4-25 (3-15 WHAC)

Record at School (Yrs): N/A

2012-13 Matchup Date: Dec. 8, at UM-Dearborn; Jan. 31, at UNOH

All-Time Series: 4-0

Location: Adrian, Mich. Enrollment: 1,100 Nickname: Saints President: Sister Peg Albert, OP

Athletic Director: Fred Smith

Head Coach: Sue Syljebeck Alma Mater: New Orleans Career Record: N/A 2011 record: 11-19 (6-10 WHAC)

Record at School (Yrs): 92-119 (N/A)

2012-13 Matchup Date: Dec. 1, at UNOH; Jan. 19, at Siena Heights

Location: Anaheim, Calif. President: N/A

All-Time Series: 4-0

Enrollment: N/A Nickname: Flames

Athletic Director: Sugn Keun Park

Head Coach: K.M. Jordan Alma Mater: N/A Career Record: N/A 2011 record: N/A

Record at School (Yrs): N/A

2012-13 Matchup Date: Dec. 20, at Las Vegas, Nev.

All-Time Series: First meeting

Location: New Orleans, La. Enrollment: 1,307 Nickname: Lady Bleu Devils President: Dr. Walter Kimbrough

Athletic Director: Kiki Baker Barnes

Head Coach: Kiki Baker Barnes Alma Mater: New Orleans Career Record: 63-113 (7) 2011 record: 13-12 2012-13 Matchup Date: Dec. 21, at Las Vegas, Nev.

Record at School (Yrs): 63-113 (7)

All-Time Series: First meeting

Location: Findlay, Ohio Enrollment: 4,200 Nickname: Oilers President: Dr. Katherine Fell

Athletic Director: Steven Rackley

Head Coach: Kate Cummings Alma Mater: Rio Grande Career Record: 287-226 2011 record: 15-12 2012-13 Matchup Date: Dec. 29, at Findlay

Record at School (Yrs): 83-82 (7)

All-Time Series: First meeting

Location: Indianapolis, Ind. Enrollment: N/A Nickname: Knights President: N/A

Athletic Director: Steven Downing

Head Coach: Todd Bacon Alma Mater: Earlham Career Record: N/A 2011 record: 18-10 2012-13 Matchup Date: Nov. 9, at UNOH

Record at School (Yrs): 143-93 (8)

All-Time Series: 0-1

Location: Olivet, Mich. Enrollment: N/A Nickname: Comets President: N/A

Athletic Director: Heather Bateman

Head Coach: Nicole Buford Alma Mater: Oberlin Career Record: N/A 2011 record: N/A 2012-13 Matchup Date: Dec. 12, at UNOH

Record at School (Yrs): N/A

All-Time Series: First meeting

Location: St. Francis, Ind. Enrollment: 2,300 Nickname: Cougars President: Sister Elise M. Kriss

Athletic Director: Mike McCaffrey

Head Coach: Gary Andrews Alma Mater: Judson Career Record: N/A 2011 record: 19-13 2012-13 Matchup Date: Nov. 13, at UNOH

Record at School (Yrs): N/A

All-Time Series: 0-3

2012 MEN’S SOCCER I 15


GAME RECORDS Individual records

Most points 1. 38, Amanda Francis; Ursuline; 01/30/10 2. 36, Krissy Koester; Notre Dame College; 1/23/08 3. 35, Ashley Jackson; Roberts Wesleyan; 01/31/09 4. 34, Amanda Francis; Wilberforce 5. 33, Amanda Francis; Brescia University Field goals made 1. 18, Krissy Koester; Notre Dame College; 1/23/08 2. 14, Amanda Francis; Ursuline; 01/30/10 3. 13, Amanda Francis; Rio Grande; 11/09/10 13, Amanda Francis; Malone University; 11/23/10 4. 12, Amanda Francis; vs Goshen College; 11/05/10 12, Amanda Francis; Brescia University; 12/20/09 Field goals attempted 1. 27, Amanda Francis; Rio Grande; 11/09/10 2. 26, Krissy Koester; Notre Dame College; 1/23/08 3. 24, Amanda Francis; at Wilberforce 24, Ashley Jackson; Mt. VernonNazarene; 02/11/10 5. 22, Ashley Jackson; vs Marian University; 12/11/09 3-point field goals made 1. 6, Ashley Jackson; Ohio Dominican; 11/25/08 6, Tara Olberding; at Shawnee State; 12-05-09 3. 5, Shaye Warman; Siena Heights; 01/04/12 5, Shaye Warman; at Davenport; 01/11/12 5, Shaye Warman; at Siena Heights; 02/04/12 5, Shaye Warman; at Rio Grande (Ohio); 11/15/11 5, Shaye Warman; vs Earlham College; 11/20/11 3-point field goals attempted 1. 12, Ashley Jackson; Houghton; 02/06/10 12, Shaye Warman; Rio Grande (Ohio); 11/15/11 3. 11, Ashley Jackson; Ursuline College; 01/06/09 11, Ashley Jackson; at Cedarville; 11/12/10 11, Ashley Jackson; Walsh University; 12/03/09 11, Ashley Jackson; Ohio Northern Univ.; 12/16/08 11, Shaye Warman; at Davenport; 01/11/12 11, Shaye Warman; Lourdes; 2/18/12 3-point FG percentage (6 made) 1. .750, Tara Olberding; at Shawnee State; 12-05-09 (6-8) 2. .600, Ashley Jackson; Ohio Dominican; 11/25/08 (6-10) Free throws made 1. 13, Amanda Francis; Malone University; 12/19/11 2. 12, Amanda Francis; Davenport; 02/12/11 12, Amanda Francis; at Wilberforce 4. 11, Amanda Francis; Wilberforce; 02/17/09 11, Amanda Francis; Indiana Tech; 12/03/08 6. 10, Amanda Francis; Indiana Tech; 11/7/09 10, Amanda Francis; at Indiana Tech; 12/08/10 10, Ashley Jackson; Roberts Wesleyan; 01/31/09 10, Ashley Jackson; at Walsh University; 1-9-10 10. 9, Alexa Kennedy; at Carlow; 01/16/10 9, Shaye Warman; Concordia University; 01/07/12 Free throws attempted 1. 16, Amanda Francis; Indiana Tech; 12/08/10 16, Francis, Amanda; Malone University; 12/19/11 3. 14, Amanda Francis; at Wilberforce 4. 13, Abbie Clifton; Marygrove; 1/12/08 13, Amanda Francis; Indiana Tech; 12/03/08

16 I UNOH RACERS

Most rebounds 1. 17, Krissy Koester; Marygrove; 2/6/08 2. 16, Abbie Clifton; Midway; 1/19/08 3. 14, Ashley Jackson; Point Park; 01/12/10 4. 13, Amanda Francis; Mt.VernonNazarene; 1/17/09 13, Amanda Francis; Indiana Tech; 11/7/09 13, Ashley Jackson; Indiana Tech; 11/7/09 Most assists 1. 17, Ashley Jackson; Brescia University; 12/20/09 2. 14, Ashley Jackson; Ursuline; 01/30/10 14, Ashley Jackson; Rio Grande; 11/09/10 14, Ashley Jackson; Walsh University; 12/03/09 5. 11, Ashley Jackson; at Ursuline; 01/15/10 Most steals 1. 10, Ashley Jackson; Carlow University; 02/03/09 2. 8, Amanda Francis; Indiana Tech; 11/7/09 8, Ashley Jackson; at Daemen; 01/05/10 8, Ashley Jackson; Cedarville; 01/20/09 8, Ashley Jackson; Roberts Wesleyan; 01/31/09 8, Ashley Jackson; Walsh University; 02/21/09 8, Ashley Jackson; Rio Grande; 11/09/10 8, Ashley Jackson; IU-Southeast; 12/20/08 8, Ashley Jackson; Brescia University; 12/20/09 8, Amanda Francis; at Madonna; 01/14/12

Team records

Most points 1. 119, OSU Lima/Rhodes State; 11/20/09 2. 114, vs UVa-Wise; 11/14/09 3. 112, St. Catharine; 12/12/09 4. 111, Ursuline; 01/30/10 5. 110, at OSU-Lima Rhodes State; 11/19/10 Field goals made 1. 50, OSU Lima/Rhodes State; 11/20/09 2. 47, at OSU-Lima Rhodes State; 11/19/10 3. 40, Ursuline; 01/30/10 40, UM-Dearborn; 12/10/11 5. 39, vs Goshen College; 11/05/10 Field goals attempted 1. 88, OSU Lima/Rhodes State; 11/20/09 2. 82, at OSU Lima/Rhodes State; 01/03/09 82, at Rio Grande (Ohio); 11/15/11 4. 81, at College of Wooster; 11/19/11 81, at Wilberforce Field goal percentage (20 made) 1. .627, at OSU-Lima Rhodes State; 11/19/10 (47-75) 2. .597, at University of Michiga; 02/01/12 (37-62) 3. .568, OSU Lima/Rhodes State; 11/20/09 (50-88) 4. .565, vs Goshen College; 11/05/10 (39-69) 5. .563, UM-Dearborn; 12/10/11 (40-71) 3-point field goals made 1. 16, vs Goshen College; 11/05/10 2. 15, at Madonna; 02/16/11 3. 14, Aquinas College; 01/26/11 4. 13, at Shawnee State Univers; 12-05-09 5. 12, Ursuline College; 01/06/09 12, OSU Lima/Rhodes State; 11/20/09 12, at Cedarville; 2/16/10 3-point field goals attempted 1. 40, at Houghton College; 02/06/10 40, vs Oklahoma Christian; 11/29/08 3. 37, vs Goshen College; 11/05/10 37, at Cedarville; 11/12/10 5. 36, Ursuline College; 01/06/09 36, Mt. Vernon Nazarene; 02/11/10

3-point FG percentage (10 made) 1. .538, Aquinas College; 01/26/11 (14-26) 2. .526, Walsh University; 02/21/09 (10-19) .526, at Aquinas College; 12/03/11 (10-19) 4. .500, at Siena Heights Univers; 02/04/12 (10-20) 5. .484, at Madonna; 02/16/11 (15-31) Free throws made 1. 27, Marygrove College; 01/23/12 2. 25, at Siena Heights Univers; 02/04/12 25, Indiana Tech; 11/7/09 25, at Wilberforce Universit; 2162010w 5. 24, Ursuline; 01/30/10 24, Wilberforce University; 02/17/09 24, at Walsh University; 1-9-10 Free throws attempted 1. 35, Indiana Tech; 11/7/09 2. 33, Marygrove College; 01/23/12 33, at Siena Heights Univers; 02/04/12 4. 31, at Walsh University; 1-9-10 5. 30, Ursuline; 01/30/10 30, Walsh University; 02/21/09 30, Malone University; 12/19/11 Free throw percentage (10 made) 1. 1.000, Aquinas College; 01/26/11 (14-14) 2. .952, Mt. Vernon Nazarene; 01/17/09 (20-21) 3. .947, Davenport University; 02/12/11 (18-19) 4. .938, at Davenport University; 01/12/11 (15-16) 5. .933, at Huntington University; 11/05/11 (14-15) .933, Ohio Dominican; 11/25/08 (14-15) Most rebounds 1. 63, vs Wilberforce; 11/13/10 2. 56, vs Earlham College; 11/20/11 3. 55, at University of Michiga; 02/03/11 4. 53, at OSU Lima/Rhodes State; 01/03/09 53, Marygrove College; 01/23/12 Most assists 1. 34, OSU Lima/Rhodes State; 11/20/09 2. 32, at OSU-Lima Rhodes State; 11/19/10 3. 30, Ursuline; 01/30/10 4. 25, at OSU Lima/Rhodes State; 01/03/09 25, vs Goshen College; 11/05/10 Most steals 1. 29, OSU Lima/Rhodes State; 11/20/09 2. 21, at Daemen College Wildca; 01/05/10 3. 20, Indiana Tech; 11/7/09 4. 19, vs Goshen College; 11/05/10 19, at Mt. Vernon Nazarene; 11/15/08 19, at OSU-Lima Rhodes State; 11/19/10 19, vs Earlham College; 11/20/11 19, Walsh University; 12/03/09


SEASON RECORDS Individual records

Points 1. 561 - Amanda Francis (31 games) - 2011-12 2. 543 - Amanda Francis (28 games) - 2009-10 3. 500 - Amanda Francis (29 games) - 2010-11 4. 416 - Shaye Warman (31 games) - 2011-12 5. 376 - Ashley Jackson (27 games) - 2008-09 Scoring average (minimum 5 games) 1. 19.4 - Amanda Francis (28 games) - 2009-10 2. 18.1 - Amanda Francis (31 games) - 2011-12 3. 17.2 - Amanda Francis (29 games) - 2010-11 4. 15.5 - Ashley Jackson (23 games) - 2009-10 5. 13.9 - Ashley Jackson (27 games) - 2008-09 Field goals made 1. 212 - Amanda Francis (31 games) - 2011-12 2. 199 - Amanda Francis (28 games) - 2009-10 3. 172 - Amanda Francis (29 games) - 2010-11 4. 156 - Krissy Koester (27 games) - 2007-08 5. 138 - Shaye Warman (31 games) - 2011-12 Field goals attempted 1. 419 - Amanda Francis (31 games) - 2011-12 2. 409 - Amanda Francis (28 games) - 2009-10 3. 386 - Amanda Francis (29 games) - 2010-11 4. 339 - Shaye Warman (31 games) - 2011-12 5. 325 - Krissy Koester (27 games) - 2007-08 3-point field goals made 1. 73 - Shaye Warman (31 games) - 2011-12 2. 49 - Tara Olberding (30 games) - 2010-11 3. 47 - Alexa Kennedy (28 games) - 2009-10 4. 44 - Ashley Jackson (27 games) - 2008-09 44 - Shaye Warman (30 games) - 2010-11 3-point field goals attempted 1. 197 - Shaye Warman (31 games) - 2011-12 2. 153 - Ashley Jackson (23 games) - 2009-10 3. 150 - Tara Olberding (30 games) - 2010-11 4. 139 - Ashley Jackson (27 games) - 2008-09 5. 135 - Alexa Kennedy (28 games) - 2009-10 Free throws made 1. 126 - Amanda Francis (29 games) - 2010-11 2. 123 - Amanda Francis (28 games) - 2009-10 3. 101 - Amanda Francis (31 games) - 2011-12 4. 91 - Abbie Clifton (24 games) - 2007-08 5. 84 - Ashley Jackson (23 games) - 2009-10 Free throws attempted 1. 161 - Amanda Francis (29 games) - 2010-11 2. 158 - Amanda Francis (28 games) - 2009-10 3. 143 - Abbie Clifton (24 games) - 2007-08 4. 137 - Amanda Francis (31 games) - 2011-12 5. 120 - Abbie Clifton (25 games) - 2008-09 Rebounds 1. 196 - Krissy Koester (42o-154d) - 2007-08 2. 175 - Amanda Francis (61o-114d) - 2009-10 3. 166 - Amanda Francis (56o-110d) - 2011-12 4. 163 - Kelsey Burton (69o-94d) - 2011-12 5. 162 - Abbie Clifton (78o-84d) - 2007-08

Assists 1. 152 - Ashley Jackson - 2009-10 2. 105 - Ashley Jackson - 2008-09 3. 82 - Amanda Francis - 2010-11 82 - Angie Cates - 2011-12 5. 81 - Alexa Kennedy - 2008-09

3-point field goals made 1. 229 (31 games) - 2010-11 2. 228 (29 games) - 2009-10 3. 198 (30 games) - 2008-09 4. 164 (28 games) - 2007-08 5. 163 (31 games) - 2011-12

Blocked shots 1. 34 - Molly French - 2009-10 2. 27 - Krissy Koester - 2007-08 3. 25 - Kristi Platfoot - 2008-09 4. 23 - Abbie Clifton - 2008-09 5. 19 - Ashley Jackson - 2009-10

3-point field goals attempted 1. 797 (29 games) - 2009-10 2. 721 (31 games) - 2010-11 3. 689 (30 games) - 2008-09 4. 579 (28 games) - 2007-08 5. 525 (31 games) - 2011-12

Steals 1. 115 - Ashley Jackson - 2009-10 2. 109 - Ashley Jackson - 2008-09 3. 76 - Amanda Francis - 2011-12 4. 74 - Amanda Francis - 2009-10 5. 62 - Shaye Warman - 2011-12

3-point FG percentage 1. .318 (229-721) - 2010-11 2. .310 (163-525) - 2011-12 3. .287 (198-689) - 2008-09 4. .286 (228-797) - 2009-10 5. .283 (164-579) - 2007-08

Minutes 1. 973 - Amanda Francis - 2011-12 2. 932 - Shaye Warman - 2011-12 3. 883 - Alexa Kennedy - 2008-09 4. 875 - Molly French - 2009-10 5. 869 - Amanda Francis - 2009-10

Free throws made 1. 436 (31 games) - 2011-12 2. 426 (30 games) - 2008-09 3. 401 (29 games) - 2009-10 4. 378 (31 games) - 2010-11 5. 305 (28 games) - 2007-08

Minutes average 1. 31.4 - Amanda Francis (31 games) - 2011-12 2. 31.3 - Molly French (28 games) - 2009-10 3. 31.0 - Amanda Francis (28 games) - 2009-10 4. 30.5 - Ashley Jackson (23 games) - 2009-10 5. 30.1 - Shaye Warman (31 games) - 2011-12

Free throws attempted 1. 591 (31 games) - 2011-12 2. 585 (30 games) - 2008-09 3. 524 (29 games) - 2009-10 4. 487 (31 games) - 2010-11 5. 466 (28 games) - 2007-08

Team records

Free throw percentage 1. .776 (378-487) - 2010-11 2. .765 (401-524) - 2009-10 3. .738 (436-591) - 2011-12 4. .728 (426-585) - 2008-09 5. .655 (305-466) - 2007-08

Points 1. 2267 (31 games) - 2011-12 2. 2145 (29 games) - 2009-10 3. 2127 (31 games) - 2010-11 4. 2086 (30 games) - 2008-09 5. 1745 (28 games) - 2007-08 Scoring average 1. 74.0 (29 games) - 2009-10 2. 73.1 (31 games) - 2011-12 3. 69.5 (30 games) - 2008-09 4. 68.6 (31 games) - 2010-11 5. 62.3 (28 games) - 2007-08 Field goals made 1. 834 (31 games) - 2011-12 2. 760 (31 games) - 2010-11 3. 758 (29 games) - 2009-10 4. 731 (30 games) - 2008-09 5. 638 (28 games) - 2007-08 Field goals attempted 1. 1947 (31 games) - 2011-12 2. 1917 (30 games) - 2008-09 3. 1912 (29 games) - 2009-10 4. 1907 (31 games) - 2010-11 5. 1682 (28 games) - 2007-08 Field goal percentage 1. .428 (834-1947) - 2011-12 2. .399 (760-1907) - 2010-11 3. .396 (758-1912) - 2009-10 4. .381 (731-1917) - 2008-09 5. .379 (638-1682) - 2007-08

Rebounds 1. 1302 (417o-885d) - 2011-12 2. 1213 (453o-760d) - 2010-11 3. 1139 (427o-712d) - 2008-09 4. 1051 (352o-699d) - 2007-08 5. 1032 (369o-663d) - 2009-10 Assists 1. 477 - 2008-09 477 - 2009-10 3. 462 - 2010-11 4. 397 - 2011-12 5. 395 - 2007-08 Blocked shots 1. 89 - 2010-11 2. 79 - 2009-10 3. 77 - 2008-09 4. 75 - 2007-08 5. 62 - 2011-12 Steals 1. 371 - 2009-10 2. 336 - 2011-12 3. 320 - 2008-09 4. 285 - 2010-11 5. 137 - 2007-08

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CAREER RECORDS Individual records

Points 1. 1918 - Amanda Francis (116 games) - 2008-12 2. 801 - Alexa Kennedy (116 games) - 2007-11 3. 782 - Ashley Jackson (55 games) - 2008-11 4. 707 - Shaye Warman (88 games) - 2009-12 5. 654 - Tara Olberding (103 games) - 2007-11 6. 644 - Molly French (115 games) - 2007-11 7. 549 - Abbie Clifton (49 games) - 2007-09 8. 489 - Kelly Warris (113 games) - 2007-11 9. 482 - Jenna Blackburn (114 games) - 2007-11 10. 450 - Rebecca Puckett (61 games) - 2010-12 Scoring average (minimum 25 games) 1. 16.5 - Amanda Francis (116 games) - 2008-12 2. 14.2 - Ashley Jackson (55 games) - 2008-11 3. 12.7 - Krissy Koester (27 games) - 2007-08 4. 11.2 - Abbie Clifton (49 games) - 2007-09 5. 8.0 - Shaye Warman (88 games) - 2009-12 6. 7.4 - Rebecca Puckett (61 games) - 2010-12 7. 7.4 - Stacy Feathers (58 games) - 2007-09 8. 6.9 - Alexa Kennedy (116 games) - 2007-11 9. 6.5 - Angie Cates (31 games) - 2011-12 10. 6.4 - Andrea Meyer (28 games) - 2007-08 Field goals made 1. 692 - Amanda Francis (116 games) - 2008-12 2. 271 - Ashley Jackson (55 games) - 2008-11 3. 267 - Alexa Kennedy (116 games) - 2007-11 4. 252 - Molly French (115 games) - 2007-11 5. 242 - Tara Olberding (103 games) - 2007-11 6. 237 - Shaye Warman (88 games) - 2009-12 7. 190 - Abbie Clifton (49 games) - 2007-09 8. 173 - Rebecca Puckett (61 games) - 2010-12 9. 167 - Kelly Warris (113 games) - 2007-11 10. 156 - Krissy Koester (27 games) - 2007-08 Field goals attempted 1. 1439 - Amanda Francis (116 games) - 2008-12 2. 713 - Alexa Kennedy (116 games) - 2007-11 3. 705 - Molly French (115 games) - 2007-11 4. 655 - Ashley Jackson (55 games) - 2008-11 5. 646 - Tara Olberding (103 games) - 2007-11 6. 600 - Shaye Warman (88 games) - 2009-12 7. 599 - Kelly Warris (113 games) - 2007-11 8. 453 - Jenna Blackburn (114 games) - 2007-11 9. 415 - Stacy Feathers (58 games) - 2007-09 10. 342 - Rebecca Puckett (61 games) - 2010-12 3-point field goals made 1. 139 - Alexa Kennedy (116 games) - 2007-11 2. 130 - Shaye Warman (88 games) - 2009-12 3. 112 - Tara Olberding (103 games) - 2007-11 4. 110 - Amanda Francis (116 games) - 2008-12 5. 86 - Ashley Jackson (55 games) - 2008-11 86 - Jenna Blackburn (114 games) - 2007-11 7. 78 - Kelly Warris (113 games) - 2007-11 8. 50 - Stacy Feathers (58 games) - 2007-09 9. 47 - Molly French (115 games) - 2007-11 10. 40 - Andrea Meyer (28 games) - 2007-08

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3-point field goals attempted 1. 389 - Alexa Kennedy (116 games) - 2007-11 2. 375 - Amanda Francis (116 games) - 2008-12 3. 370 - Shaye Warman (88 games) - 2009-12 370 - Kelly Warris (113 games) - 2007-11 5. 338 - Tara Olberding (103 games) - 2007-11 6. 323 - Ashley Jackson (55 games) - 2008-11 7. 275 - Jenna Blackburn (114 games) - 2007-11 8. 164 - Molly French (115 games) - 2007-11 9. 150 - Stacy Feathers (58 games) - 2007-09 10. 113 - Andrea Meyer (28 games) - 2007-08 Free throws made 1. 424 - Amanda Francis (116 games) - 2008-12 2. 168 - Abbie Clifton (49 games) - 2007-09 3. 154 - Ashley Jackson (55 games) - 2008-11 4. 128 - Alexa Kennedy (116 games) - 2007-11 5. 103 - Shaye Warman (88 games) - 2009-12 6. 101 - Stacy Feathers (58 games) - 2007-09 7. 96 - Jenna Blackburn (114 games) - 2007-11 8. 93 - Molly French (115 games) - 2007-11 9. 88 - Rebecca Puckett (61 games) - 2010-12 10. 77 - Kelly Warris (113 games) - 2007-11 Free throws attempted 1. 551 - Amanda Francis (116 games) - 2008-12 2. 263 - Abbie Clifton (49 games) - 2007-09 3. 214 - Ashley Jackson (55 games) - 2008-11 4. 166 - Alexa Kennedy (116 games) - 2007-11 5. 130 - Stacy Feathers (58 games) - 2007-09 6. 124 - Jenna Blackburn (114 games) - 2007-11 7. 116 - Shaye Warman (88 games) - 2009-12 8. 113 - Kelly Warris (113 games) - 2007-11 9. 112 - Molly French (115 games) - 2007-11 10. 109 - Rebecca Puckett (61 games) - 2010-12 Rebounds 1. 620 - Amanda Francis (222o-398d) - 2008-12 2. 359 - Kelly Warris (140o-219d) - 2007-11 3. 345 - Alexa Kennedy (121o-224d) - 2007-11 4. 329 - Molly French (140o-189d) - 2007-11 5. 296 - Abbie Clifton (140o-156d) - 2007-09 6. 261 - Ashley Jackson (50o-211d) - 2008-11 7. 259 - Tara Olberding (107o-152d) - 2007-11 8. 256 - Kristi Platfoot (92o-164d) - 2007-09 9. 246 - Rebecca Puckett (86o-160d) - 2010-12 246 - Shaye Warman (55o-191d) - 2009-12 246 - Stacy Feathers (68o-178d) - 2007-09 Assists 1. 297 - Ashley Jackson - 2008-11 2. 262 - Amanda Francis - 2008-12 3. 261 - Alexa Kennedy - 2007-11 4. 161 - Kelly Warris - 2007-11 5. 152 - Jenna Blackburn - 2007-11 6. 148 - Tara Olberding - 2007-11 7. 133 - Molly French - 2007-11 8. 124 - Shaye Warman - 2009-12 9. 82 - Angie Cates - 2011-12 10. 73 - Karrah Windau - 2011-12 Blocked shots 1. 59 - Molly French - 2007-11 2. 41 - Abbie Clifton - 2007-09 41 - Kristi Platfoot - 2007-09 4. 29 - Ashley Jackson - 2008-11 5. 27 - Krissy Koester - 2007-08 6. 25 - Amanda Henry - 2010-12 7. 22 - Ashley Rothney - 2009-11 8. 16 - Shaye Warman - 2009-12 9. 14 - Alexa Kennedy - 2007-11 10. 13 - Tara Olberding - 2007-11 13 - Amanda Francis - 2008-12

Steals 1. 252 - Amanda Francis - 2008-12 2. 247 - Ashley Jackson - 2008-11 3. 116 - Kelly Warris - 2007-11 4. 99 - Shaye Warman - 2009-12 5. 87 - Tara Olberding - 2007-11 6. 84 - Alexa Kennedy - 2007-11 7. 77 - Molly French - 2007-11 8. 72 - Jenna Blackburn - 2007-11 9. 52 - Angie Cates - 2011-12 10. 45 - Saige Meyer - 2011-12 Games played 1. 116 - Alexa Kennedy - 2007-11 116 - Amanda Francis - 2008-12 3. 115 - Molly French - 2007-11 4. 114 - Jenna Blackburn - 2007-11 5. 113 - Kelly Warris - 2007-11 6. 103 - Tara Olberding - 2007-11 7. 88 - Shaye Warman - 2009-12 8. 61 - Amanda Henry - 2010-12 61 - Rebecca Puckett - 2010-12 10. 58 - Stacy Feathers - 2007-09 58 - Kristi Platfoot - 2007-09 Games started 1. 106 - Alexa Kennedy - 2007-11 2. 104 - Amanda Francis - 2008-12 3. 77 - Kelly Warris - 2007-11 4. 72 - Molly French - 2007-11 5. 53 - Ashley Jackson - 2008-11 6. 39 - Shaye Warman - 2009-12 7. 34 - Abbie Clifton - 2007-09 8. 26 - Jenna Blackburn - 2007-11 9. 24 - Krissy Koester - 2007-08 24 - Angie Cates - 2011-12 Minutes 1. 3378 - Amanda Francis - 2008-12 2. 3104 - Alexa Kennedy - 2007-11 3. 2513 - Molly French - 2007-11 4. 2496 - Kelly Warris - 2007-11 5. 1665 - Shaye Warman - 2009-12 6. 1653 - Jenna Blackburn - 2007-11 7. 1619 - Tara Olberding - 2007-11 8. 1538 - Ashley Jackson - 2008-11 9. 1058 - Rebecca Puckett - 2010-12 10. 991 - Amanda Henry - 2010-12 Minutes average 1. 29.1 - Amanda Francis (116 games) - 2008-12 2. 28.0 - Ashley Jackson (55 games) - 2008-11 3. 27.2 - Angie Cates (31 games) - 2011-12 4. 26.8 - Alexa Kennedy (116 games) - 2007-11 5. 26.4 - Karrah Windau (21 games) - 2011-12 6. 25.3 - Krissy Koester (27 games) - 2007-08 7. 24.4 - Andrea Meyer (28 games) - 2007-08 8. 22.1 - Kelly Warris (113 games) - 2007-11 9. 21.9 - Molly French (115 games) - 2007-11 10. 20.7 - Erian Buckman (27 games) - 2007-08


2011-12 WHAC Awards & Standings 2011-12 Final WHAC Standings Davenport Concordia Siena Heights Cornerstone Northwestern Ohio Aquinas Madonna Indiana Tech UM-Dearborn Lourdes

WHAC 16-2 .889 16-2 .889 11-7 .611 11-7 .611 11-7 .611 8-10 .444 8-10 .444 6-12 .333 3-15 .167 0-18 .000

Overall 30-5 .857 29-6 .829 20-12 .625 18-13 .581 17-14 .548 15-15 .500 12-17 .414 14-17 .452 4-24 .143 5-25 .167

GB -- -- 5.0 5.0 5.0 8.0 8.0 10.0 13.0 16.0

Home 13-2 14-0 12-4 9-4 11-4 8-6 6-5 8-6 3-9 1-12

Away 13-2 14-5 7-7 8-7 5-8 6-9 6-9 6-10 1-14 3-13

Neutral Streak 4-1 Lost 1 1-1 Lost 1 1-1 Lost 1 1-2 Lost 4 1-2 Lost 1 1-0 Lost 4 0-3 Lost 1 0-1 Lost 3 0-1 Lost 1 1-0 Lost 4

2011-12 All-WHAC Women’s Basketball Teams First Team

Karlee Despres (Davenport) Kortni Elsworth (Concordia) Amanda Francis (Northwestern Ohio) Hannah Sabol (Concordia) Melissa Veltkamp (Cornerstone) Player of the Year: Elsworth (Concordia) Coach of the Year: Andrea Gorski (Concordia)

Second Team

Yasmine Coleman (Indiana Tech) Karli Harris (Davenport) Nikki Hughes (Siena Heights) Taelor Sanders (Aquinas) Brittany Simmons (Concordia)

Third Team

Raina Chambers (Siena Heights) Kelly Cieslak (Concordia) Samantha Flietstra (Cornerstone) Carrie Grubius (Davenport) Michelle Lindsey (Madonna)

Champions of Character Team

Kendal Acho (Siena Heights) Clare Conway (Aquinas) Kyrie Cramer (Concordia) Jessica Durr (Lourdes) Ashley Fausneaucht (UM-Dearborn) Carrie Grubius (Davenport) Yazmeen Hamid (Madonna) Latoya Noble (Indiana Tech) Rebecca Puckett (Northwestern Ohio) Robyn Veltkamp (Cornerstone) Coaches: Carla Fles (Cornerstone), Carl Graves (Madonna)

All-Academic Team

Erin Bentley (Madonna) Keona Bruen (Indiana Tech) Yasmine Coleman (Indiana Tech) Clare Conway (Aquinas) Mariah De’Nooijer (UM-Dearborn) Kelly DeFauw (UM-Dearborn) Karlee Despres (Davenport) Sara Didandeh (Indiana Tech) Samantha Flietstra (Cornerstone) Kristina Gentile (Davenport) Kayla Gross (Davenport) Carrie Grubius (Davenport) Karli Harris (Davenport) Alexa Hensler (Cornerstone) Catherine Herriman (Concordia) Shantelle Herring (Madonna) Nikki Hughes (Siena Heights) Julie Janish (Davenport) Brittnay Jones (Indiana Tech) Taylor Langenderfer (Siena Heights) Michelle Lindsey (Madonna) Katie Martin (Madonna) Kaylee McGrath (Madonna) Alex Merz (Davenport) Chloe Metcalf (Concordia) Saige Meyer (Northwestern Ohio) Ashley Moon (Cornerstone) Megan Murphy (Madonna) Abby Neff (Davenport) Emily Nielsen (Davenport) Hayley O’Meara (Aquinas) Sara Perez (UM-Dearborn) Kristie Porada (Madonna) Heather Pratt (Madonna) Marion Rodriguez (Concordia) Taelor Sanders (Aquinas) Maria Schafer (Cornerstone) Bryn Schlatter (Indiana Tech) Leah Sevcik (Davenport) Staci Stadler (Davenport) Courtney Townsend (Indiana Tech) Melissa Veltkamp (Cornerstone) Samantha Wolford (Siena Heights)

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All-Time Roster B Jenna Blackburn Brooke Boening Erian Buckman Kelsey Burton C Aangie Cates Abbie Clifton D Sammi Dervisevic F Stacy Feathers Amanda Francis Molly French H Amanda Henry Lauren Hopfner 04 Niki Hornish J Ashley Jackson Deonica Jones Atlanta Joseph K Alexa Kennedy Krissy Koester Leah Konieczki

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M Brandi McDaniel Bria McFadgen Andrea Meyer Saige Meyer O Tara Olberding P Molly Phillips Krist Platfoot Rebecca Puckett R Ashley Rothney S Crystal Sloan W Shaye Warman Kelly Warris Karrah Windau


Pictured: UNOH senior Aaron Toney

2012-13 UNOH Men’s Basketball

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“We have basically assembled a brand new team this year. The only carry-overs from last year’s team are starting point guard Johnny Elliott, back-up forward Jon Slagle and back-up center Aaron Toney. All three of these players have really improved their games during the off-season. “As a coaching staff, we felt we needed to change the climate this year due to last year’s dismal season. We brought in several local high school standouts and mixed them with some talented junior college players. We are very optimistic about the up-side of this year’s group of players because we feel we have bettered ourselves at every position during the off-season recruiting period.”

UNOH men’s basketball coach Chris Adams

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2012-13 Racers

# 1 4 10 12 15 21 22 23 32 33 42 44 45 50

Name Blake Bush Jason Pottkotter Josh Scott Austin Hintz Ed Jenkins Garrett Snyder Johnny Elliott Jon Slagle Jon Balzer Aaron Toney Derrick Tate Jaren Wilson* Aaron Cross Cody Henson

* Redshirt

Cl. JR FR FR FR JR FR JR SO SO SR JR FR FR JR

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

Ht. 6-4 6-2 6-0 6-5 5-8 6-4 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-7 6-5 6-5 6-7 6-9

Hometown Augusta, Ga. Fort Recovery, Ohio Defiance, Ohio Greenwich, Ohio Alexandria, Va. Fort Wayne, Ind. Cameron, N.C. Sidney, OH Pittsburgh, Pa. Cary, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. Lumberton, N.C. Ada, Ohio South Bend, Ind.

Previous School Aiken Technical C.C. Fort Recovery H.S. Defiance H.S. South Central H.S. Patrick Henry C.C. Northrop H.S. Sand Hills C.C. Lehman Catholic H.S. Wakefield H.S. Sand Hills C.C. Tidewater C.C. Wake Tech C.C.

Breakdown By Class: Seniors (1) Juniors (5) Sophomores (2) Freshmen (6) By Position: Guards (8) Forwards (4) Centers (2)

Wheeling Jesuit University

Columbus State C.C.

Head Coach: Chris Adams Assistant Coaches: Mike Armbruster, Matt Metzger

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2012-13 Schedule Date Oct. 26

Opponent @ University of Toledo

Location Toledo, Ohio

Time 7:00 p.m.

Nov. 3 Nov. 6 Nov. 7 Nov. 17 Nov. 20 Nov. 28

@ Wilberforce University @ Indiana University East vs. OSU-Lima/Rhodes State @ Cornerstone University* @ Lawrence Tech* vs. Davenport University*

Wilberforce, Ohio Richmond, Ind. Lima, Ohio Grand Rapids, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Lima, Ohio

3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

Dec. 1 Dec. 5 Dec. 8 Dec. 15 Dec. 17 Dec. 20 Dec. 21 Dec. 29

vs. Siena Heights University* vs. Madonna University* @ UM-Dearborn* vs. Aquinas College* @ Adrian College vs. Occidental College# vs. Presentation College# @ University of Findlay

Lima, Ohio Lima, Ohio Dearborn, Mich. Lima, Ohio Adrian, Mich. Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Findlay, Ohio

3:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m.

Jan. 2 Jan. 5 Jan. 9 Jan. 12 Jan. 16 Jan. 19 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 Jan. 29 Jan. 31

@ Concordia University* vs. Indiana Tech* @ Lourdes University vs. Marygrove College* vs. Cornerstone University* @ Siena Heights University* @ Davenport University* vs. Lawrence Tech* @ Madonna University* vs. UM-Dearborn*

Ann Arbor, Mich. Lima, Ohio Sylvania, Ohio Lima, Ohio Lima, Ohio Adrian, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. Lima, Ohio Livonia, Mich. Lima, Ohio

7:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

Feb. 2 Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 13 Feb. 16

@ Aquinas College* vs. Concordia University* @ OSU-Lima/Rhodes State @ Indiana Tech* vs. Lourdes University* @ Marygrove College*

Grand Rapids, Mich. Lima, Ohio Lima, Ohio Fort Wayne, Ind. Lima, Ohio Detroit, Mich.

3:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m.

* - WHAC contest # - Las Vegas Hoopa Tournament

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chris adams Chris Adams is entering his sixth season as the head coach of the men’s basketball team at the University of Northwestern Ohio during the 2012-13 season. Coach Adams’ five-year record at UNOH is 60-92, and 22-41 in conference play. He is also the Director of Athletics at UNOH. UNOH men’s basketball returned in 2007-08 for the first time since the 1986-87 season; the school was considered a two-year institution at the time. Coach Adams led the Racers to a 9-19 record for its first season ever as a four-year program. Coach Adams gained his first victory while playing the University of Miami-Middletown, winning in thrilling fashion in double overtime. The Racers were 4-4 at home in their first season back with wins over Notre Dame College, Goshen College, Marygrove College and Siena Heights University.

Adams vs. All Opponents Adrian............................................... 1-0 Aquinas............................................ 2-3 Brescia.............................................. 2-0 Briar Cliff.......................................... 0-1 Calumet College . ........................ 0-1 Campbellsvile................................ 0-1 Cedarville........................................ 0-3 Cincinnati Christian..................... 1-0 Concordia........................................ 1-3 Cornerstone................................... 0-4 Daemen........................................... 2-3 Davenport....................................... 0-4 Embry-Riddle................................. 0-1 Findlay.............................................. 0-1 Georgetown................................... 0-1 Goshen............................................. 1-1 Hillsdale .......................................... 0-1 Holy Cross....................................... 2-0 Houghton........................................ 1-1 Huntington..................................... 0-2 Indiana Tech................................... 1-5 IU-East ............................................. 0-1 IU-South Bend................................2-0 IU-Southeast.................................. 0-1 Indiana Wesleyan......................... 0-2 Lake Erie........................................... 0-1 Lindsey Wilson.............................. 0-1 Lourdes............................................ 0-4 Madonna......................................... 1-4 Malone............................................. 1-3 Marygrove....................................... 6-1 Miami-Middletown..................... 2-1 Mountain State............................. 0-2 Mt. Vernon Nazarene.................. 2-6 Muskingum.................................... 0-1 Notre Dame.................................... 1-3 Nova Southeastern...................... 0-1 Ohio Dominican........................... 3-2 Owens C.C. . ................................... 1-0 OSU-Lima Rhodes St................... 7-0 Point Park........................................ 2-0 Rio Grande...................................... 1-2 Roberts Wesleyan........................ 3-0 Rogers State................................... 0-1 Shawnee State.............................. 3-1 Siena Heights................................. 3-4 Spalding........................................... 1-0 St. Catharine................................... 1-1 St. Francis........................................ 0-3 Trine.................................................. 1-0 UM-Dearborn................................. 1-3 Urbana.............................................. 0-1 Walsh................................................ 0-6 Wilberforce..................................... 3-0 TOTAL ......................................... 60-92

Coach Adams led the Racers into their first year of the AMC during the 2008-09 season. The Racers were ranked in the preseason to finish 11th out of 14 teams. Coach Adams led the Racers to an overall record of 18-14 in just their second season, and also a fourth place finish in the AMC with a record of 9-4. The Racers upset two nationally ranked AMC opponents in Daemen and Mount Vernon Nazarene University. During the season, the Racers also reached a new high, appearing in the NAIA national rankings and peaked at No. 36. The Racers earned their first postseason victory, defeating Daemen in the first round of the AMC Tournament. The Racers then lost to Mt. Vernon Nazarene to end their 2008-09 campaign. On a personal level, Coach Adams recorded his 400th career win (all levels) against Shawnee State University on January 26th. Entering the third season under coach Adams, the Racers were voted in the preseason to finish third in the American Mideast Conference South Division. The Racers also received a vote in the preseason NAIA national rankings to give a high outlook for the 2009-10 season. The Racers finished the season 15-16 overall and 7-9 in the AMC South Division. The Racers qualified for postseason play and were eliminated in the first round by Daemen. The Racers entered coach Adams’ fourth season with a new league in the 2010-11 season, the Wolverine Hoosier Athletic Conference. The Racers finished 11-20 overall and 4-12 in the conference, which included the NAIA Division II National Champion and six NAIA Division II All-Americans. UNOH freshman Jake Bolyard led the WHAC in scoring at 22.07 points per game and was named third team All-WHAC. In Adams’ fifth season, the Racers finished 7-23 overall and 2-16 in WHAC play. Bolyard led the conference with 22.4 points per game, earning him second-team All-WHAC and honorable mention NAIA All-American honors. Adams came to UNOH with 25 years of varsity high school head coaching experience. In those 25 years, Adams obtained a career coaching record of 380 wins and 189 losses, for a career-winning percentage of .667. Before arriving at UNOH, Adams spent 21 years as the boys’ varsity head coach at Elida High School. While at Elida, Adams reached a career record of 308 wins, the most in school history. Under coach Adams, the Elida Bulldogs won 13 sectional titles and 2 district titles. Coach Adams received many awards and recognitions while at Elida High School, including Western Buckeye League Coach of the Year (five times), Ohio High School Basketball Coaches Association Coach of the Year in 1998, District 8 Coach of the Year (twice). Also while at Elida, Adams was the President of both the District 8 Coaches Association and the Ohio High School Basketball Coaches Association. Coach Adams received his first head coaching position at Springfield (Ohio) Central Catholic High School. He was the varsity head coach for four seasons before taking his position at Elida. Adams recorded a record of 72 wins and 24 losses and also made it to regional tournament in two of the four seasons. While at SCC, Adams was the Southwestern Ohio Coach of the Year and also the Clark County Coach of the Year. Before taking the head position at SCC, Adams was the assistant men’s basketball coach at Wittenberg University for one year. Adams received his Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Wittenberg University, where he also played collegiate basketball. He also received a Master’s Degree in Physical Education from The Ohio State University. Adams is married to Jan, and they have two children, Drew (27 years old) and Julie (23).

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michael armbruster

Coach Mike Armbruster is entering his sixth season as part of the University of Northwestern Ohio men’s basketball coaching staff. In his first three seasons, coach Armbruster served as the student assistant coach. Coach Armbruster has tallied an assistant coaching record of 60-92. In the 2011-12 season, his second as a full-time assistant coach, Armbruster helped guide the Racers to a 7-23 overall record. In his first season as an assistant coach in 2010-11, Armbruster helped the Racers move into the Wolverine Hoosier Athletic Conference. The Racers went 11-20 overall and 4-12 in the conference. In his third and final season as a student assistant coach, coach Armbruster helped lead the Racers to a 15-16 finish, and 7-9 in the American Mideast Conference South Division. In his second season, coach Armbruster helped lead the Racers to a 18-14 overall record, and a 9-4 finish in the AMC. In his first season, coach Armbruster helped in the effort to lead the Racers to a 9-19 in their first season. Armbruster is also the University’s Director of Athletic Operations and the Champions of Character liason. Coach Armbruster graduated from the University of Northwestern Ohio in the Spring of 2010 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration.

matt metzger

Coach Matt Metzger is entering his second season as part of the University of Northwestern Ohio men’s basketball coaching staff. Previously he worked on the Elida coaching staff for seven seasons with head coach Chris Adams. For four seasons prior to joining the UNOH coaching staff, he worked with Mike Mullen on all UNOH men’s and women’s basketball games as the color analyst. Metzger works as an Investment Adviser Representative with Metzger Financial Services in Lima. Coach Metzger played four years of basketball at Ohio Northern University and served as the team captain in 2001. The Polar Bears reached the Final Four in that season for only the second time in school history. Coach Metzger graduated from ONU in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, a major of Management with a concentration in Finance. Metzger played for coach Adams at Elida High School.

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blake bush

#1

6-4, Junior Guard/Forward Augusta, Ga. Aiken Technical C.C. Prep: Four-year varsity starter at Hephzibah H.S. ... Named team MVP as sophomore, junior and senior. ... Also played football and soccer. ... Holds school record for saves in a game with 27 at goalkeeper. Personal: Son of Shirley Bush. ... Has one brother, Marlon, and a sister, Brittany. ... Majoring in Sports Marketing & Management and Specialized Studies in Business Administration.

jason pottkotter

#4

6-2, Freshman Guard Fort Recovery, Ohio Fort Recovery H.S. Prep: Played three years for Fort Recovery and started two seasons. ... Helped the Indians to a 54-20 record during those seasons. ... Twice named honorable mention All-Midwest Athletic Conference. Personal: Son of Roy and Kim Pottkotter. ... Has two brothers, Bryan and Clint, and a sister, Amanda. ... Named Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Award winner. ... Won Shane Long Memorial Scholarship and named a United State ScholarAthlete. ... Majoring in Business Administration.

josh scott

#10

6-0, Freshman Point Guard Defiance, Ohio Defiance H.S. Prep: Named first-team All-Western Buckeye League, second-team All-District and honorable mention All-Ohio. ... Won three letters in basketball and four in golf. ... Holds school record for most 3-pointers in a game. ... Averaged 13 points as a senior. Personal: Son of Brian Scott and Tamara Whitcomb. ... Has a brother, Jordan, and a sister, Madison Eichert. ... Was an honor roll student at Defiance H.S. ... Majoring in Business Administration.

austin hintz

#12

6-5, Freshman Guard Greenwich, Ohio South Central H.S. Prep: Named first-team All-Conference twice and All-District 6 twice. ... Played in the Mansfield News Journal All-Star Game. ... Scored 40 points in a game. ... Averaged 20 points and 10.1 rebounds as a senior. Personal: Son of Ryan and Beck Hintz. ... Has two sisters, Alli and Anna. ... Named second-team All-Academic in the Firelands Conference. ... Majoring in Business Administration.

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ed jenkins

#15

5-8, Junior Point Guard Alexandria, Va. Patrick Henry C.C. Sophomore: Named first-team National Junior College Athletics Association All-American and first-team National Association of Basketball Coaches Division II All-American. ... Unanimous Region X Player of the Year. ... Averaged 19.4 points, 5.2 assists and 2.6 steals. Prep: Was named MVP of the state championship at T.C. Williams H.S. ... Three-time player of the year. ... Averaged 17.8 points and 3.5 rebounds during last two years. Personal: Son of Phillip Tyler and Traci Jenkins. ... Has one brother, Phillip Tyler Jr.

garrett snyder

#21

6-4, Freshman Forward Fort Wayne, Ind. Northrop H.S.

johnny elliott

#22

6-0, Junior Guard Cameron, N.C. Sand Hills C.C. Sophomore: Started all 30 games, averaging 30.9 minutes. ... Averaged 11 points, 3.9 rebounds, 3 assists and 1.6 steals. ... Hit 24-of-74 3-pointers. ... Led the team in scoring three times, 22 points against Mount Vernon Nazarene, 18 against Siena Heights and 24 against Marygrove. Freshman: Averaged 10 points and 3.1 assists. ... Helped the Flyers to a 24-7 record and a No. 8 NJCAA ranking. Prep: Twice broke the Western Harnett record for points in a game. ... Won three letters. ... Averaged 23 points, four rebounds, seven assists, five steals and four blocks as a senior. ... Had averages of 12 points, five rebounds, three assists, five steals and three blocks as a junior. Personal: Son of Johnny King and Anne McNeill. ... Has one sister, Shakeeah Elliott. ... Majoring in Business Administration.

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jon slagle

#23

6-2, Sophomore Guard Sidney, Ohio Sidney Lehman Catholic H.S. Freshman: Played in 29 games, making 12 starts and averaging 19.8 minutes. ... Averaged 3 points, 3.9 rebounds and 1.1 assists. Prep: Won four letters as a guard for the Lehman Catholic basketball team. ... Nearly averaged a double-double as a senior, with 14.9 points and 9.8 rebounds. Added 4.5 assists, 2.3 steals and 2.4 blocks. ... Also won four letters for the Cavaliers football team as a quarterback and cornerback. Personal: Son of Dave and Sue Slagle. ... Has two sisters, Jessica and Olivia. ... Majoring in Business Administration.

jon balzer

#32

6-1, Sophomore Guard Pittsburgh, Pa. Wakefield H.S.

aaron toney

#33

6-7, Senior Center Cary, N.C. Sand Hills C.C. Junior: Played in 14 games, averaging 9.1 minutes. ... Averaged 2.0 points and 2.2 rebounds. Sophomore: Played in seven games, shooting over 50 percent from the floor. Prep: Was part of North Carolina’s top-ranked team at Panther Creek. ... Won three letters. ... Averaged 10.2 points, eight rebounds, two assists and two steals as a senior. ... Named second team All-Conference. Personal: Son of Aaron and Darlene Toney. ... Has one sister, Zakiya.

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derrick tate

#42

6-5, Junior Forward Charlotte, N.C. Tidewater C.C.

jaren wilson

#44

6-5, Redshirt Foward Lumberton, N.C. Wake Tech C.C. Prep: Averaged 13.8 points and seven rebounds as a senior at Lumberton Senior H.S. ... Named Most Improved Player. ... Started at defensive end for football team. Personal: Son of Harold and Julian Wilson. ... Cousin of Jaren Jackson, who won a NBA Championship with the San Antonio Spurs, and Phil Ford, who won an Olympic Gold Medal in 1976, played at the University of North Carolina and won the NBA Rookie of the Year award. ... Majoring in Network Security and Specialized Studies in Business Administration.

aaron cross

#45

6-7, Junior Forward Ada, Ohio Wheeling Jesuit University Prep: Won two letters in basketball at Ada H.S. Personal: Majoring in Sports Marketing & Management and Specialized Studies in Business Administration.

cody henson

#50

6-9, Junior Center South Bend, Ind. Columbus State C.C. Sophomore: Played 23 games, averaging 1.5 points, 3.6 rebounds and 0.87 blocks per game. Previous/Prep: Selected as a Reebok Top 200 player. ... Named Applebee’s Athlete of the Week. ... Top-10 in Indiana in blocked shots as a junior. ... Hit game-winning shots in the sectional and regional championship games. Personal: Son of Terry and Shelia Henson. ... Has a brother, Landon. ... Majoring in Sports Marketing & Management and Specialized Studies in Business Administration.

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2011-12 FINAL STATISTICS OVERALL RECORD: 7-23

HOME: 5-10 AWAY: 1-13

NEUTRAL: 1-0

No. Player

GP GS Tot Avg FG

FGA Pct

3FG FGA Pct

FT FTA Pct

Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A

10

30 30 928 30.9 125

286 .437

24

74

.324

57 86 .663

33 85 118 3.9

61 1

91 99 21 49 331 11.0

154 .390 16

44

.364

29 41 .707

23 41 64 3.8

36 1

46 49 11 31 165 9.7

11 12 15 21 22 23 24 25 32 33 35 42

Elliott, Johnny

Conference-Only... 17 17 537 31.6 60 Cromity, Chris

TO Blk Stl Pts

Avg

30 12 703 23.4 69

196 .352

37

106 .349

13 23 .565

18 60 78 2.6

54 1

36 43 5

21 188 6.3

Conference-Only... 17 8 452 26.6 44

123 .358

25

72

7

12 40 52 3.1

30 1

18 20 2

8 120 7.1

Bolyard, Jake

.347

12 .583

29 28 991 34.2 216

493 .438

87

243 .358

131 155 .845

44 61 105 3.6

49 1

45 70 9

42 650 22.4

Conference-Only... 16 16 571 35.7 110

278 .396

47

140 .336

73 88 .830

27 30 57 3.6

28 0

22 42 5

19 340 21.3

Moore, Drew

62

11

32

9

3

19 1

4

4 64

12 1 155 12.9 22

Conference-Only... 4 1 Freeman, Conrad

Conference-Only... 7 0 Guthrie, Dustin

67 16.8 10

12 0 60 5.0 33 4.7

5 1

21 21 616 29.3 92

.355

.344

10 .900

3

6

0.5

3

12 1

5.3

26

.385

4

13

.308

5

6

.833

1

2

0.8

7

0

3

6

1

1 29

7.3

9

.556

0

0

.000

1

2

.500

6

12 18 1.5

4

0

2

4

2

2 11

0.9

4

2

.500

5

3

2

0

0

3

0

0 3

0.4

.250

0

0

.000

1

202 .455

4

18

.222

26 43 .605

8

1.1

45 101 146 7.0

44 1

59 32 13 25 214 10.2

Conference-Only... 10 10 313 31.3 48

112 .429

1

10

.100

10 19 .526

26 50 76 7.6

22 1

28 19 6

17 107 10.7

Slagle, Jon

29 12 574 19.8 30

97

.309 5

38

.132

23 34 .676

41 73 114 3.9

48 0

31 27 6

9 88

3.0

Conference-Only...

16 6 320 20.0 12

50

.240

24

.083

15 23 .652

18 34 52 3.3

25 0

19 20 2

1 41

2.6

Wynn, Mike

23 13 454 19.7 56

Conference-Only... 12 6 206 17.2 24 McFadden, Mark

2

116 .483

2

5

.400

14 30 .467

19 34 53 2.3

36 0

22 36 8

12 128 5.6

53

0

2

.000

4

8

17 0

9

3 52

.453

14 .286

16 24 2.0

15 5

4.3

13 0 57 4.4

4

17

.235

2

6

.333

0

0

.000

2

3

5

0.4

2

0

4

4

0

0 10

0.8

Conference-Only... 7 0 32 4.6

2

12

.167

1

3

.333

0

0

.000

2

2

4

0.6

2

0

2

3

0

0 5

0.7

9 5 149 16.6 19

45

.422

7

30

.233

6

11 .545

7

18 25 2.8

13 0

11 5

0

8 51

5.7

Conference-Only... 4 3 83 20.8 12

Mossing, Chad

28

.429

5

18

.278

4

6

4

11 15 3.8

10 0

7

0

8 33

8.3

Toney, Aaron

.667

2

14 0 127 9.1

9

25

.360

0

0

.000

10 11 .909

13 18 31 2.2

18 0

4

8

2

3 28

2.0

Conference-Only... 4 0 37 9.3

2

7

.286

0

0

.000

0

3

1

1

2

0

0 4

1.0

Bucan, Darko

0

.000

4

7

1.8

0

28 2 326 11.6 27

49

.551

1

3

.333

9

16 .563

18 36 54 1.9

29 0

6

15 3

4 64

2.3

Conference-Only... 15 1 199 13.3 16

30

.533

1

2

.500

5

12 .417

10 15 25 1.7

16 0

3

8

3 38

2.5

Watkins, Todd

30 26 858 28.6 117

Conference-Only... 17 17 549 32.3 72

1

229 .511

0

3

.000

46 96 .479

75 127 202 6.7

81 3

40 59 20 16 280 9.3

149 .483

0

1

.000

31 59 .525

55 74 129 7.6

46 1

25 34 10 11 175 10.3

58 108 166

5

Team

UNOH..........

30

5998

791

1826 .433 180 558 .323

345 517 .667

363 698 1061 35.4 461 8

355 422 90 195 2107 70.2

Conference-Only... 17

3399

413

1026 .403

184 282 .652

213 363 576 33.9 244 4

183 228 43 102 1112 65.4

102 329 .310

13

Opponents......

30

6007

858

1886 .455 207 595 .348

325 486 .669

402 750 1152 38.4 502 -

433 410 87 209 2248 74.9

Conference-Only... 17

3407

484

1015 .477

175 247 .709

205 452 657 38.6 277 5

263 229 55 117 1269 74.6

Score by periods

1st

126 320 .394

2nd OT Total

Northwestern Ohio

1035

1072 4

Opponents

1067

1181 10 2258

2111

2012 MEN’S BASKETBALL I 31


Location: Grand Rapids, Mich. Enrollment: 2,300 Nickname: Saints President: Juan Olivarez, Ph.D.

Athletic Director: Terry Bocian

Head Coach: Dave Hammer Alma Mater: Central Michigan Record at School (Yrs): 179-115 (9) Career Record: 179-115 (9) 2011 record: 15-15 (11-7 WHAC) 2012-13 Matchup Date: Dec. 15, at UNOH; Feb. 2, at Aquinas; All-Time Series: 2-3 Location: Ann Arbor, Mich. Enrollment: 750 Nickname: Cardinals President: Randall W. Luecke

Athletic Director: Andrea Gorski

Head Coach: Matt Distelrath Alma Mater: Concordia Record at School (Yrs): First season Career Record: First season 2011 record: 15-17 (9-9 WHAC) 2012-13 Matchup Date: Jan. 2, at Concordia; Feb. 6, at UNOH

All-Time Series: 1-3

Location: Grand Rapids, Mich. Enrollment: 1,300 Nickname: Golden Eagles President: Dr. Joseph M. Stowell

Athletic Director: Dave Grube

Head Coach: Kim Elders Alma Mater: Grand Valley State Record at School (Yrs): 478-191 (20) Career Record: 478-191 (20) 2011 record: 19-13 (11-5 WHAC) 2012-13 Matchup Date: Nov. 17, at Cornerstone; Jan. 16, at UNOH

All-Time Series: 0-3

Location: Grand Rapids, Mich. Enrollment: 3,500 Nickname: Panthers President: Richard J. Pappas

Athletic Director: Paul Lowden

Head Coach: Burt Paddock Alma Mater: Manchester Record at School (Yrs): 104-32 (4) Career Record: 104-32 (4) 2011 record: 32-5 (16-2 WHAC) 2012-13 Matchup Date: Nov. 28, at UNOH; Jan. 23, at Davenport Location: Fort Wayne, Ind.

All-Time Series: 0-4

Enrollment: 5,000 Nickname: Warriors

President: Dr. Arthur E. Snyder

Athletic Director: Martin Neuhoff

Head Coach: Al Grushkin Alma Mater: Oglethorpe Record at School (Yrs): 45-19 (3) Career Record: 140-89 (9) 2011 record: 23-8 (12-6 WHAC) 2012-13 Matchup Date: Jan. 5, at UNOH; Feb. 9, at Indiana Tech

All-Time Series: 1-5

Location: Southfield, Mich. Enrollment: 4,000 Nickname: Blue Devils President: Dr. Virinder K. Moudgil

Athletic Director: Scott Trudeau

Head Coach: Tom Kempf Alma Mater: Michigan Career Record: N/A 2011 record: First season

Record at School (Yrs): First season

2012-13 Matchup Date: Nov. 20, at Lawrence Tech; Jan. 26, at UNOH Location: Sylvania, Ohio Enrollment: 2,655 President: Janet Robinson (interim)

All-Time Series: N/A

Nickname: Gray Wolves

Athletic Director: Andre Smith

Head Coach: Andre Smith Alma Mater: Youngstown State Career Record: 29-34 (3) 2011 record: 17-16 (9-9 WHAC)

Record at School (Yrs): 29-34 (3)

2012-13 Matchup Date: Jan. 9, at Lourdes; Feb. 13, at UNOH

All-Time Series: 0-4

Location: Livonia, Mich. Enrollment: 4,291 Nickname: Crusaders President: Sister Rose Marie Kujawa, CSSF

Athletic Director: Bryan Rizzo

Head Coach: Noel Emenhiser Alma Mater: Madonna Record at School (Yrs): 33-68 (3) Career Record: 33-68 (3) 2011 record: 18-13 (12-6 WHAC) 2012-13 Matchup Date: Dec. 5, at UNOH; Jan. 29, at Madonna

All-Time Series: 1-4

Location: Detroit, Mich. Enrollment: 950 Nickname: Mustangs President: Dr. David J. Fike

Athletic Director: David Sichterman

Head Coach: David Sichterman Alma Mater: N/A Career Record: N/A 2011 record: 12-17

Record at School (Yrs): N/A

2012-13 Matchup Date: Jan. 12, at UNOH; Feb. 16, at Marygrove

16 I UNOH RACERS

All-Time Series: 6-1


Location: Dearborn, Mich. Enrollment: N/A Nickname: Wolves President: Daniel Little

Athletic Director: Steve Rotta

Head Coach: John Mackson Alma Mater: Michigan State Career Record: N/A 2011 record: 3-27 (2-16 WHAC)

Record at School (Yrs): N/A

2012-13 Matchup Date: Dec. 8, at UM-Dearborn; Jan. 31, at UNOH

All-Time Series: 1-3

Location: Adrian, Mich. Enrollment: 1,100 Nickname: Saints President: Sister Peg Albert, OP

Athletic Director: Fred Smith

Head Coach: Joe Pechota Alma Mater: Concordia Record at School (Yrs): First season Career Record: N/A 2011 record: 7-24 (4-14 WHAC) 2012-13 Matchup Date: Dec. 1, at UNOH; Jan. 19, at Siena Heights

All-Time Series: 3-4

Location: Adrian, Mich. Enrollment: 1,700 Nickname: Bulldogs President: Dr. Jeff Docking

Athletic Director: Michael Duffy

Head Coach: Mark White Alma Mater: Adrian Career Record: 45-34 (3) 2011 record: 17-9 2012-13 Matchup Date: Dec. 17, at Adrian

Record at School (Yrs): 45-34 (3)

All-Time Series: 1-0

Location: Findlay, Ohio Enrollment: 4,200 Nickname: Oilers President: Dr. Katherine Fell

Athletic Director: Steven Rackley

Head Coach: Charlie Ernst Alma Mater: Findlay Career Record: 24-7 (2) 2011 record: 24-7 2012-13 Matchup Date: Dec. 29, at Findlay

Record at School (Yrs): 24-7 (2)

All-Time Series: 0-1

Location: Richmond, Ind. Enrollment: 4,186 Nickname: Red Wolves President: Larry Richards

Athletic Director: Mark Hester

Head Coach: Mark Hester Alma Mater: Western Kentucky Career Record: 93-60 (5) 2011 record: 24-8

Record at School (Yrs): 93-60 (5)

2012-13 Matchup Date: Dec. 1, at UNOH; Jan. 19, at Siena Heights

All-Time Series: 3-4

Location: Los Angeles, Calif. Enrollment: N/A Nickname: Tigers President: N/A

Athletic Director: Jaime Hoffman

Head Coach: Brian Newhall Alma Mater: Occidental Career Record: 340-252 (24) 2011 record: 10-14 2012-13 Matchup Date: Dec. 20, at Las Vegas, Nev.

Record at School (Yrs): 340-252 (24)

All-Time Series: First meeting

Location: Lima, Ohio Enrollment: N/A Nickname: Barons Dean: John Snyder

Athletic Director: Rob Livchak

Head Coach: Nick Pittman Alma Mater: Ohio State Record at School (Yrs): N/A Career Record: N/A 2011 record: N/A 2012-13 Matchup Date: Nov. 7, at UNOH; Feb. 7, at OSU-Lima/Rhodes St.

All-Time Series: 7-0

Location: Aberdeen, S.D. Enrollment: N/A Nickname: Saints President: N/A

Athletic Director: Brian Spielbauer

Head Coach: Jeremy Reigle Alma Mater: William Penn Career Record: N/A 2011 record: 8-17 2012-13 Matchup Date: Dec. 21, at Las Vegas, Nev.

Record at School (Yrs): N/A

All-Time Series: First meeting

Location: Toledo, Ohio Enrollment: N/A Nickname: Rockets President: Dr. Lloyd A. Jacobs

Athletic Director: Mike O’Brien

Head Coach: Tod Kowalczyk Alma Mater: Minnesota-Duluth Career Record: 155-129 (10) 2011 record: 19-17 2012-13 Matchup Date: Oct. 26, at Toledo

Record at School (Yrs): 19-17 (2)

All-Time Series: 0-1

Location: Wilberforce, Ohio Enrollment: N/A Nickname: Bulldogs President: N/A

Athletic Director: Terry Futrell

Head Coach: Terry Futrell Alma Mater: Defiance Career Record: N/A 2011 record: 4-11 2012-13 Matchup Date: Nov. 3, at Wilberforce

Record at School (Yrs): N/A

All-Time Series: 3-0

2012 MEN’S SOCCER I 19


GAME RECORDS

4. 15, Jake Bolyard; at Saint Francis (Ind.); 11/08/11 5. 13, Jake Bolyard; Siena Heights; 02/04/12

Most points 1. 41, Jake Bolyard; Rio Grande; 11/12/11 2. 37, Josh Vorst; Rio Grande; 12/29/09 3. 36, Josh Vorst; Miami-Middletown; 11/24/07 36, Josh Vorst; Lindsey Wilson; 1/5/08 36, Josh Vorst; Marygrove; 2/6/08

15, Kyle Gillette; vs. Cedarville; 1/28/10 15, Brandon Miller; vs. Roberts Wes.; 12/22/09 15, Brandon Miller; vs. Siena Heights; 2/14/11 5. 14, Brandon Miller; vs. Brescia Univ.; 11/14/08 14, Brandon Miller; v. Mt. Vernon Naz.; 11/6/10

Individual records

Field goals made 1. 15, Jake Bolyard; at University of Rio Gra; 11/12/11 2. 13, Josh Vorst; Lindsey Wilson; 1/5/08 13, Josh Vorst; Marygrove; 2/6/08 3. 12, Jake Bolyard; Cornerstone University; 01/21/12 12, Josh Vorst; Marygrove; 1/12/08 Field goals attempted 1. 26, Jake Bolyard; UM-Dearborn; 2/3/11 2. 25, Jake Bolyard; at Concordia; 02/08/12 3. 24, Jake Bolyard; Rio Grande; 11/12/11 24, Josh Vorst; Roberts Wesleyan; 12/22/09

1. 10, Brandon Miller; v. OSU-Lima/RSU; 1/17/11 10, Brandon Miller; vs. Cornerstone; 2/24/11 3. 9, Josh Vorst; vs. Marygrove Coll.; 12/15/07

9, Johnny Elliott; OSU-Lima/Rhodes St; 12/19/11 5. 7, Johnny Elliott; ADRIAN; 11/15/11

2. 5, Isaac Bowers; v. Miami-Middletown; 11/24/07 5, Brandon Miller; v. Mt. Vernon Naz.; 1/16/10 5, Jason Sarno; v. Marygrove Coll.; 2/6/08 5, Jason Sarno; v. Malone Univ.; 11/19/08 5, Brandon Miller; v. Ohio Dominicn; 11/23/10

Team records

3-point field goals attempted 1. 18, Isaac Bowers; Houghton; 2/6/10 18, Isaac Bowers; Nova Southeastern; 12/17/10 3. 15, Isaac Bowers; Lourdes; 1/10/11 4. 14, Jake Bolyard; at Concordia; 02/08/12 14, Jake Bolyard; Rio Grande; 11/12/11 Free throws made 1. 17, Jason Sarno; vs. Miami-Middletwn; 11/24/07 2. 15, Josh Vorst; vs. Mt. Vernon Nazarene; 1/23/10 3. 14, Josh Vorst; vs. Marygrove Coll.; 12/15/07 4. 12, Jake Bolyard; at Saint Francis (Ind.); 11/08/11 5. 10, Jake Bolyard; Siena Heights; 02/04/12 10, Jake Bolyard; Davenport University; 2/11/12 1. 21, Jason Sarno; vs. Miami-Middletwn; 11/24/07 2. 19, Josh Vorst; vs. Marygrove Coll.; 12/15/07 3. 17, Josh Vorst; vs. Mt. Vernon Nazarene; 1/23/10

Most assists

Most steals 1. 6, Jake Bolyard; Siena Heights University; 02/04/12

3-point field goals made 1. 9, Jake Bolyard; Rio Grande; 11/12/11 2. 7, Isaac Bowers; Houghton; 2/6/10 7, Isaac Bowers; Siena Heights; 11/6/09 7, Isaac Bowers; Roberts Wesleyan; 12/22/09 7, Isaac Bowers; Nova Southeastern; 12/17/10

Free throws attempted

Most rebounds 1. 15, Todd Watkins; Concordia; 01/07/12

Most points

1. 116, vs. Miami-Middletown; 11/24/07

2. 111, OSU-Lima/Rhodes St; 12/19/11

3. 110, vs. OSU-Lima/Rhodes St.; 11/10/09 4. 108, vs. OSU-Lima/Rhodes St.; 11/7/09

3-point field goals made 1. 14, vs. OSU-Lima/Rhodes State; 12/21/09 2. 12, vs. OSU-Lima/Rhodes State; 11/7/09 12, vs. Roberts Wesleyan; 12/22/09 12, OSU-Lima/Rhodes St; 12/19/11 3-point field goals attempted 1. 37, vs. Houghton College; 2/6/10 2. 36, vs. Holy Cross College; 12/16/09 3. 30, OSU-Lima/Rhodes St; 12/19/11 4. 28, at Notre Dame College; 2/13/10 5. 27, at Indiana Tech; 01/28/12 27, at Mt. Vernon Nazarene; 11/01/11 Free throws made 1. 36, vs. Miami-Middletown; 11/24/07 2. 32, vs. Rio Grande Univ.; 12/29/09 3. 27, vs. Daemen College; 2/24/09 27, vs. Point Park; 12/13/08 5. 26, at Saint Francis (Ind.); 11/08/11 Free throws attempted 1. 50, vs. Miami-Middletown; 11/24/07 2. 44, vs. Rio Grande Univ.; 12/29/09 3. 39, Roberts Wesleyan; 12/22/09 4. 33, Concordia University; 01/07/12 33, at Saint Francis (Ind.); 11/08/11 Most rebounds 1. 61, vs. Holy Cross College; 12/16/09 2. 57, vs. OSU-Lima/Rhodes St.; 12/22/08 3. 55, vs. Holy Cross Coll.; 11/4/08 55, vs. Roberts Wesleyan; 12/22/09

Field goals made 1. 48, vs. OSU-Lima/Rhodes St.; 11/10/09 2. 46, vs. OSU-Lima/Rhodes St.; 11/7/09 3. 45, OSU-Lima/Rhodes St; 12/19/11 4. 40, vs. Holy Cross College; 11/4/08 5. 39, vs Cincinnati Christian; 11/11/11

Most assists 1. 29, vs. OSU-Lima/Rhodes St.; 12/21/09 2. 26, vs. OSU-Lima/Rhodes St.; 12/22/08 26, OSU-Lima/Rhodes St; 12/19/11 4. 25, vs. Holy Cross College; 11/4/08 25, vs. Marygrove College; 12/15/07

Field goals attempted 1. 82, OSU-Lima/Rhodes St; 12/19/11 2. 81, vs. OSU-Lima/Rhodes St.; 11/10/09 3. 79, vs. Holy Cross College; 11/4/08 79, vs. Holy Cross College; 12/16/09

Most steals 1. 18, vs. OSU-Lima/Rhodes St.; 11/7/09 2. 16, OSU-Lima/Rhodes St; 12/19/11 3. 14, vs. Marygrove College; 12/15/07 4. 13, vs. Daemen College; 2/1/08

NBC EAGLES RECORDS CAREER SCORING LEADERS 1. 1137 - Dennis Elwer 2. 1130 - Dave Apthorpe 3. 1063 - Ray Singleton 4. 991 - Bob Shipp 5. 990 - Mark Blankemeier 6. 928 - David Hobbs 7. 921 - Tom Brown

34 I UNOH RACERS

8. 865 - Bill Lowery 9. 860 - Dean Holdgreve 10. 787 - Dan Troyer

SINGLE GAME RECORDS POINTS 45 - Dave Apthrope FIELD GOALS 20 - Dave Apthrope

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 36 - Steve Mowery FREE THROWS MADE 15 - Al Kaufman FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 19 - Al Kaufman ASSISTS 18 - Dan Utendorf


SEASON RECORDS Individual records

Points 1. 684 - Jake Bolyard (31 games) - 2010-11 2. 650 - Jake Bolyard (29 games) - 2011-12 3. 570 - Josh Vorst (31 games) - 2009-10 4. 522 - Josh Vorst (28 games) - 2007-08 5. 500 - Jason Sarno (32 games) - 2008-09 Scoring average (minimum 5 games) 1. 22.4 - Jake Bolyard (29 games) - 2011-12 2. 22.1 - Jake Bolyard (31 games) - 2010-11 3. 18.6 - Josh Vorst (28 games) - 2007-08 4. 18.4 - Josh Vorst (31 games) - 2009-10 5. 17.1 - Josh Vorst (29 games) - 2008-09 Field goals made 1. 238 - Jake Bolyard (31 games) - 2010-11 2. 216 - Jake Bolyard (29 games) - 2011-12 3. 194 - Josh Vorst (31 games) - 2009-10 4. 177 - Josh Vorst (28 games) - 2007-08 5. 176 - Kyle Gillette (31 games) - 2010-11 Field goals attempted 1. 556 - Jake Bolyard (31 games) - 2010-11 2. 493 - Jake Bolyard (29 games) - 2011-12 3. 486 - Josh Vorst (31 games) - 2009-10 4. 403 - Josh Vorst (28 games) - 2007-08 5. 402 - Josh Vorst (29 games) - 2008-09 3-point field goals made 1. 94 - Jake Bolyard (31 games) - 2010-11 2. 87 - Jake Bolyard (29 games) - 2011-12 3. 79 - Isaac Bowers (30 games) - 2010-11 4. 78 - Isaac Bowers (27 games) - 2009-10 5. 58 - Jason Sarno (32 games) - 2008-09 3-point field goals attempted 1. 259 - Jake Bolyard (31 games) - 2010-11 2. 243 - Jake Bolyard (29 games) - 2011-12 3. 224 - Isaac Bowers (30 games) - 2010-11 4. 205 - Isaac Bowers (27 games) - 2009-10 5. 160 - Josh Vorst (28 games) - 2007-08 Free throws made 1. 134 - Josh Vorst (31 games) - 2009-10 2. 131 - Jake Bolyard (29 games) - 2011-12 3. 121 - Josh Vorst (28 games) - 2007-08 4. 117 - Jason Sarno (28 games) - 2007-08 5. 114 - Jake Bolyard (31 games) - 2010-11

Blocked shots 1. 79 - Kyle Gillette - 2009-10 2. 64 - Kyle Gillette - 2010-11 64 - Kyle Gillette - 2008-09 4. 59 - Kyle Gillette - 2007-08 5. 24 - Wes Gelhaus - 2010-11 Steals 1. 54 - Jason Sarno - 2008-09 2. 49 - Johnny Elliott - 2011-12 3. 46 - Jason Sarno - 2007-08 4. 42 - Jake Bolyard - 2011-12 5. 36 - Brandon Miller - 2010-11 Minutes 1. 1041 - Brandon Miller - 2010-11 2. 1033 - Jake Bolyard - 2010-11 3. 997 - Josh Vorst - 2009-10 4. 991 - Jake Bolyard - 2011-12 5. 980 - Isaac Bowers - 2010-11 Minutes average 1. 34.3 - Josh Vorst (28 games) - 2007-08 2. 34.2 - Jake Bolyard (29 games) - 2011-12 3. 33.6 - Brandon Miller (31 games) - 2010-11 4. 33.3 - Jake Bolyard (31 games) - 2010-11 5. 32.7 - Isaac Bowers (30 games) - 2010-11

Team records

Points 1. 2361 (32 games) - 2008-09 2. 2246 (31 games) - 2009-10 3. 2174 (31 games) - 2010-11 4. 2107 (30 games) - 2011-12 5. 2076 (28 games) - 2007-08 Scoring average 1. 74.1 (28 games) - 2007-08 2. 73.8 (32 games) - 2008-09 3. 72.5 (31 games) - 2009-10 4. 70.2 (30 games) - 2011-12 5. 70.1 (31 games) - 2010-11 Field goals made 1. 877 (32 games) - 2008-09 2. 817 (31 games) - 2009-10 3. 811 (31 games) - 2010-11 4. 791 (30 games) - 2011-12 5. 744 (28 games) - 2007-08

Free throws attempted 1. 173 - Josh Vorst (31 games) - 2009-10 2. 166 - JOSH VORST (28 games) - 2007-08 3. 155 - Jake Bolyard (29 games) - 2011-12 4. 150 - Jake Bolyard (31 games) - 2010-11 5. 144 - Josh Vorst (29 games) - 2008-09

Field goals attempted 1. 2002 (32 games) - 2008-09 2. 1867 (31 games) - 2009-10 3. 1857 (31 games) - 2010-11 4. 1826 (30 games) - 2011-12 5. 1657 (28 games) - 2007-08

Rebounds 1. 259 - Kyle Gillette (87o-172d) - 2010-11 2. 256 - Kyle Gillette (100o-156d) - 2009-10 3. 247 - Kyle Gillette (88o-159d) - 2008-09 4. 236 - Brandon Miller (65o-171d) - 2010-11 5. 202 - Todd Watkins (75o-127d) - 2011-12

Field goal percentage 1. .449 (744-1657) - 2007-08 2. .438 (877-2002) - 2008-09 3. .438 (817-1867) - 2009-10 4. .437 (811-1857) - 2010-11 5. .433 (791-1826) - 2011-12 3-point field goals made 1. 197 (31 games) - 2010-11 2. 194 (31 games) - 2009-10 3. 187 (32 games) - 2008-09 4. 180 (30 games) - 2011-12

Assists 1. 155 - Brandon Miller - 2010-11 2. 97 - Brandon Miller - 2008-09 3. 91 - Johnny Elliott - 2011-12 4. 90 - Brandon Miller - 2009-10 5. 85 - Isaac Bowers - 2010-11

5. 163 (28 games) - 2007-08 3-point field goals attempted 1. 572 (31 games) - 2010-11 2. 558 (30 games) - 2011-12 3. 553 (32 games) - 2008-09 4. 551 (31 games) - 2009-10 5. 473 (28 games) - 2007-08 3-point FG percentage 1. .352 (194-551) - 2009-10 2. .345 (163-473) - 2007-08 3. .344 (197-572) - 2010-11 4. .338 (187-553) - 2008-09 5. .323 (180-558) - 2011-12 Free throws made 1. 425 (28 games) - 2007-08 2. 420 (32 games) - 2008-09 3. 418 (31 games) - 2009-10 4. 355 (31 games) - 2010-11 5. 345 (30 games) - 2011-12 Free throws attempted 1. 639 (32 games) - 2008-09 2. 638 (28 games) - 2007-08 3. 619 (31 games) - 2009-10 4. 561 (31 games) - 2010-11 5. 517 (30 games) - 2011-12 Free throw percentage 1. .675 (418-619) - 2009-10 2. .667 (345-517) - 2011-12 3. .666 (425-638) - 2007-08 4. .657 (420-639) - 2008-09 5. .633 (355-561) - 2010-11 Rebounds 1. 1267 (479o-788d) - 2008-09 2. 1233 (451o-782d) - 2009-10 3. 1170 (420o-750d) - 2010-11 4. 1061 (363o-698d) - 2011-12 5. 948 (320o-628d) - 2007-08 Assists 1. 527 - 2008-09 2. 465 - 2010-11 3. 417 - 2009-10 4. 404 - 2007-08 5. 355 - 2011-12 Blocked shots 1. 143 - 2009-10 2. 134 - 2010-11 3. 118 - 2008-09 4. 101 - 2007-08 5. 90 - 2011-12 Steals 1. 205 - 2008-09 2. 195 - 2011-12 3. 184 - 2007-08 4. 171 - 2009-10 5. 142 - 2010-11

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CAREER RECORDS Individual records

Points 1. 1587 - Josh Vorst (88 games) - 2007-10 2. 1562 - Kyle Gillette (122 games) - 2007-11 3. 1334 - Jake Bolyard (60 games) - 2010-12 4. 1204 - Isaac Bowers (117 games) - 2007-11 5. 933 - Jason Sarno (60 games) - 2007-09 6. 883 - Dustin Guthrie (112 games) - 2008-12 7. 428 - Brandon Miller (122 games) - 2007-11 8. 352 - Todd Watkins (61 games) - 2010-12 9. 336 - DeMarcus Jackson (63 games) - 2008-10 10. 335 - Aaron Braun (60 games) - 2007-09 Scoring average (minimum 25 games) 1. 22.2 - Jake Bolyard (60 games) - 2010-12 2. 18.0 - Josh Vorst (88 games) - 2007-10 3. 15.6 - Jason Sarno (60 games) - 2007-09 4. 12.8 - Kyle Gillette (122 games) - 2007-11 5. 11.0 - Johnny Elliott (30 games) - 2011-12 6. 10.3 - Isaac Bowers (117 games) - 2007-11 7. 7.9 - Dustin Guthrie (112 games) - 2008-12 8. 6.3 - Chris Cromity (30 games) - 2011-12 9. 5.8 - Todd Watkins (61 games) - 2010-12 10. 5.6 - Aaron Braun (60 games) - 2007-09 Field goals made 1. 642 - Kyle Gillette (122 games) - 2007-11 2. 542 - Josh Vorst (88 games) - 2007-10 3. 454 - Jake Bolyard (60 games) - 2010-12 4. 421 - Isaac Bowers (117 games) - 2007-11 5. 365 - Dustin Guthrie (112 games) - 2008-12 6. 306 - Jason Sarno (60 games) - 2007-09 7. 175 - Brandon Miller (122 games) - 2007-11 8. 142 - Todd Watkins (61 games) - 2010-12 9. 134 - Aaron Braun (60 games) - 2007-09 10. 125 - Johnny Elliott (30 games) - 2011-12 Field goals attempted 1. 1291 - Josh Vorst (88 games) - 2007-10 2. 1191 - Kyle Gillette (122 games) - 2007-11 3. 1117 - Isaac Bowers (117 games) - 2007-11 4. 1049 - Jake Bolyard (60 games) - 2010-12 5. 756 - Dustin Guthrie (112 games) - 2008-12 6. 675 - Jason Sarno (60 games) - 2007-09 7. 419 - Brandon Miller (122 games) - 2007-11 8. 301 - DeMarcus Jackson (63 games) - 2008-10 9. 298 - Todd Watkins (61 games) - 2010-12 10. 286 - Johnny Elliott (30 games) - 2011-12 3-point field goals made 1. 252 - Isaac Bowers (117 games) - 2007-11 2. 181 - Jake Bolyard (60 games) - 2010-12 3. 143 - Josh Vorst (88 games) - 2007-10 4. 108 - Jason Sarno (60 games) - 2007-09 5. 41 - DeMarcus Jackson (63 games) - 2008-10 6. 37 - Chris Cromity (30 games) - 2011-12 7. 29 - Dustin Guthrie (112 games) - 2008-12 8. 24 - Johnny Elliott (30 games) - 2011-12 9. 23 - Marcus Addy (91 games) - 2007-10 10. 14 - Aaron Braun (60 games) - 2007-09 14 - Geoff Reeder (28 games) - 2008-10

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3-point field goals attempted 1. 685 - Isaac Bowers (117 games) - 2007-11 2. 502 - Jake Bolyard (60 games) - 2010-12 3. 449 - Josh Vorst (88 games) - 2007-10 4. 282 - Jason Sarno (60 games) - 2007-09 5. 126 - DeMarcus Jackson (63 games) - 2008-10 6. 106 - Chris Cromity (30 games) - 2011-12 7. 82 - Dustin Guthrie (112 games) - 2008-12 82 - Marcus Addy (91 games) - 2007-10 9. 74 - Johnny Elliott (30 games) - 2011-12 10. 53 - Aaron Braun (60 games) - 2007-09

Steals 1. 132 - Brandon Miller - 2007-11 2. 100 - Jason Sarno - 2007-09 3. 91 - Isaac Bowers - 2007-11 4. 66 - Dustin Guthrie - 2008-12 5. 65 - Jake Bolyard - 2010-12 6. 63 - Kyle Gillette - 2007-11 7. 62 - DeMarcus Jackson - 2008-10 8. 61 - Josh Vorst - 2007-10 9. 49 - Johnny Elliott - 2011-12 10. 35 - Marcus Addy - 2007-10

Free throws made 1. 360 - Josh Vorst (88 games) - 2007-10 2. 277 - Kyle Gillette (122 games) - 2007-11 3. 245 - Jake Bolyard (60 games) - 2010-12 4. 213 - Jason Sarno (60 games) - 2007-09 5. 124 - Dustin Guthrie (112 games) - 2008-12 6. 110 - Isaac Bowers (117 games) - 2007-11 7. 77 - DeMarcus Jackson (63 games) - 2008-10 77 - Brandon Miller (122 games) - 2007-11 9. 72 - Marcus Addy (91 games) - 2007-10 10. 67 - Todd Watkins (61 games) - 2010-12

Games played 1. 122 - Kyle Gillette - 2007-11 122 - Brandon Miller - 2007-11 3. 117 - Isaac Bowers - 2007-11 4. 112 - Dustin Guthrie - 2008-12 5. 91 - Marcus Addy - 2007-10 6. 88 - Josh Vorst - 2007-10 7. 71 - Darko Bucan - 2009-12 8. 63 - DeMarcus Jackson - 2008-10 9. 61 - Todd Watkins - 2010-12 61 - Wes Gelhaus - 2008-11

Free throws attempted 1. 483 - Josh Vorst (88 games) - 2007-10 2. 449 - Kyle Gillette (122 games) - 2007-11 3. 305 - Jake Bolyard (60 games) - 2010-12 4. 264 - Jason Sarno (60 games) - 2007-09 5. 204 - Brandon Miller (122 games) - 2007-11 6. 199 - Dustin Guthrie (112 games) - 2008-12 7. 160 - Isaac Bowers (117 games) - 2007-11 8. 134 - Todd Watkins (61 games) - 2010-12 9. 111 - DeMarcus Jackson (63 games) - 2008-10 10. 108 - Marcus Addy (91 games) - 2007-10 Rebounds 1. 954 - Kyle Gillette (350o-604d) - 2007-11 2. 770 - Brandon Miller (271o-499d) - 2007-11 3. 606 - Dustin Guthrie (206o-400d) - 2008-12 4. 378 - Josh Vorst (130o-248d) - 2007-10 5. 249 - Isaac Bowers (42o-207d) - 2007-11 6. 248 - Todd Watkins (91o-157d) - 2010-12 7. 241 - Wes Gelhaus (125o-116d) - 2008-11 8. 219 - Aaron Braun (76o-143d) - 2007-09 9. 200 - Marcus Addy (62o-138d) - 2007-10 10. 187 - Jake Bolyard (74o-113d) - 2010-12 Assists 1. 419 - Brandon Miller - 2007-11 2. 270 - Isaac Bowers - 2007-11 3. 218 - Josh Vorst - 2007-10 4. 206 - Dustin Guthrie - 2008-12 5. 145 - Kyle Gillette - 2007-11 6. 133 - Jason Sarno - 2007-09 7. 101 - Marcus Addy - 2007-10 8. 100 - DeMarcus Jackson - 2008-10 9. 95 - Jake Bolyard - 2010-12 10. 91 - Johnny Elliott - 2011-12 Blocked shots 1. 266 - Kyle Gillette - 2007-11 2. 51 - Dustin Guthrie - 2008-12 3. 39 - Wes Gelhaus - 2008-11 4. 35 - Aaron Braun - 2007-09 5. 27 - Todd Watkins - 2010-12 6. 22 - Brandon Miller - 2007-11 7. 21 - Johnny Elliott - 2011-12 8. 16 - Jake Bolyard - 2010-12 9. 13 - Marcus Addy - 2007-10 13 - Josh Vorst - 2007-10

Games started 1. 117 - Kyle Gillette - 2007-11 2. 112 - Brandon Miller - 2007-11 3. 108 - Isaac Bowers - 2007-11 4. 88 - Josh Vorst - 2007-10 5. 59 - Jake Bolyard - 2010-12 6. 52 - Dustin Guthrie - 2008-12 7. 48 - Jason Sarno - 2007-09 8. 33 - Wes Gelhaus - 2008-11 9. 30 - Johnny Elliott - 2011-12 10. 29 - Todd Watkins - 2010-12 Minutes 1. 3476 - Isaac Bowers - 2007-11 2. 3434 - Kyle Gillette - 2007-11 3. 3233 - Brandon Miller - 2007-11 4. 2868 - Josh Vorst - 2007-10 5. 2544 - Dustin Guthrie - 2008-12 6. 2024 - Jake Bolyard - 2010-12 7. 1771 - Jason Sarno - 2007-09 8. 1332 - Marcus Addy - 2007-10 9. 1258 - DeMarcus Jackson - 2008-10 10. 1181 - Todd Watkins - 2010-12 Minutes average 1. 33.7 - Jake Bolyard (60 games) - 2010-12 2. 32.6 - Josh Vorst (88 games) - 2007-10 3. 30.9 - Johnny Elliott (30 games) - 2011-12 4. 29.7 - Isaac Bowers (117 games) - 2007-11 5. 29.5 - Jason Sarno (60 games) - 2007-09 6. 28.1 - Kyle Gillette (122 games) - 2007-11 7. 26.5 - Brandon Miller (122 games) - 2007-11 8. 23.4 - Chris Cromity (30 games) - 2011-12 9. 22.7 - Dustin Guthrie (112 games) - 2008-12 10. 20.0 - DeMarcus Jackson (63 games) - 2008-10


2011-12 WHAC Awards & Standings 2011-12 Final WHAC Standings Davenport Cornerstone Indiana Tech Madonna Aquinas Lourdes Concordia Siena Heights Northwestern Ohio UM-Dearborn

WHAC 16-2 .889 13-5 .722 12-6 .667 12-6 .667 11-7 .611 9-9 .500 9-9 .500 4-14 .222 2-16 .111 2-16 .111

Overall 32-5 .865 19-13 .594 23-8 .742 18-13 .581 15-16 .484 17-16 .515 15-17 .469 7-24 .226 7-23 .233 3-27 .100

GB -- 3.0 4.0 4.0 5.0 7.0 7.0 12.0 14.0 14.0

Home 16-0 11-6 15-2 8-6 8-3 5-4 7-6 5-8 5-9 3-11

Away 10-3 8-4 8-5 8-4 5-9 10-8 6-10 1-13 1-13 0-15

Neutral Streak 6-2 Lost 1 0-3 Lost 2 0-1 Lost 2 2-3 Lost 1 2-4 Lost 3 2-4 Lost 2 2-1 Lost 1 1-3 Lost 1 1-1 Lost 4 0-1 Lost 1

2011-12 All-WHAC Men’s Basketball Teams First Team Rodney Bartholomew (Indiana Tech) Rocko Holmes (Concordia) Wes Hudson (Cornerstone) James Humphrey (Davenport) Bobby Naubert (Madonna) Player of the Year: Bartholomew (Indiana Tech) Coach of the Year: Burt Paddock (Davenport) Second Team Ronald Bates (Cornerstone) Jake Bolyard (Northwestern Ohio) JaVontae Ford (Davenport) James Nelson (Davenport) Travis Schuba (Madonna)

All-Academic Team Dragan Bijelic (Madonna) Darko Bucan (Northwestern Ohio) Danny Calcatera (Siena Heights) Austin Cook (Concordia) Corey Harvey (Lourdes) Jordan Hickman (Indiana Tech) Balazs Juhasz (UM-Dearborn) Derek Kingshott (Cornerstone) Chad McMullen (Concordia) Nikola Mihajlovic (Indiana Tech) Eoghann Stephens (Madonna) Gabe VanderJagt (Davenport)

Third Team Zach Eddy (Aquinas) Lonnie Fairfax (Davenport) Jordan Hickman (Indiana Tech) John Willhite (Lourdes) Justin Yoder (Cornerstone) Champions of Character Team Darko Bucan (Northwestern Ohio) Mitch Cieslak (Madonna) Austin Cook (Concordia) Brendan Cooper (Davenport) Remy Fleurima (Lourdes) Jordan Hickman (Indiana Tech) Graham Nash (UM-Dearborn) Dan Pollock (Siena Heights) Dan Possehl (Cornerstone) Jake Shockey (Aquinas) Coach: Noel Emenhiser (Madonna)

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All-Time Roster A Marcus Addy Adam Ashman B Bryant Blair Jake Bolyard Isaac Bowers Aaron Braun Derrick Briggs Darko Bucan C Bryce Carlton Chris Cromity D Donovan DeLong Ryne Drakes E Johnny Elliott F Conrad Freeman G Wes Gelhaus Kyle Gillette Dustin Guthrie H Michael Healy Nate Holloway

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J DeMarcus Jackson L Dan Lyons M Mark McFadden Brandon Miller Drew Moore Chad Mossing Regis Motley Q D.J. Quarles R Geoff Reeder Ricky Reilich S Jason Sarno Jon Slagle Michael Smith Cyle Strouble T Aaron Toney V Josh Vorst W Todd Watkins Mike Wynn


Members of the 2011 UNOH Athletics Hall of Fame class (left ot right), Dan Troyer, Dave Apthorpe, Mary (Illig) Weber and Franklin Harris. Far left is 2010 Hall of Fame inductee and former men’s basketball coach Art Loescher.

University of Northwestern Ohio Athletics Hall of Fame

Beginning in 2007, the University of Northwestern Ohio has annually inducted a new class into its Athletics Hall of Fame, honoring those who helped make UNOH Athletics what it is and continues to become. The classes honor both contributions to UNOH and Northwestern Business College, the institution’s name while athletics were in play before the mid-1980s. The first inductee to the Hall of Fame was former basketball player and coach Dennis Elwer, who continues to serve the University as the Director of Athletic Alumni Relations. The second class included Larry Blain, who was the University comptroller and continues his long-held duties as the official scorer for volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball. The next class of UNOH Athletics Hall of Fame members will be introduced January 12, 2013, when the UNOH basketball teams host Marygrove College.

Class Of 2011 Dave Apthorpe Franklin Harris Mary (Illig) Weber Dan Troyer Class Of 2010 Art Loescher Bob Shipp Laura Grothouse-Ulm

Class Of 2009 Joyce Barker Mark Blankemeier Class Of 2008 Larry Blain Dean Holdgreve Bill Lowery Class Of 2007 Denny Elwer

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