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School: Virginia State University Location: Petersburg, Virginia 23806-2096 Founded: March 6, 1882 Enrollment: Appox. 5,000 Nickname: Trojans Athletics Website: www.vsu.edu Home Court/ Capacity: Daniel Gym/ 3,454 School Color: Orange (PMS 165) and Blue (PMS 286) Conference: Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association President: Keith T. Miller Athletic Director: Peggy Davis Head Coach: George White Record at VSU/Years: 7-20/ 2nd year Overall Record/Years: 7-20/ 2nd year Assistant Coach: Donald Payton/ 2nd year 2009-10 Overall Record: 7-20 CIAA Record/ Finish: 6-14 Athletics Communication Contact: Jason Pompey Office Phone: (804) 524-5028 Cell Phone: (646) 643-8510 Email: jpompey@vsu.edu

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Pfeiffer University Apprentice School Univ. of Charleston West Virginia State Virginia Union University Fayetteville State University Johnson C. Smith University University of District of Columbia West Virginia Wesleyan* Goldey-Beacon* Winston Salem State University Shaw University Saint Augustine’s College Livingstone College Virginia Union University Saint Paul’s College Fayetteville State University Elizabeth City State University Bowie State University Lincoln University Chowan College Saint Paul’s College Elizabeth City State University Bowie State University Lincoln University Chowan College

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ROSTER Name Bess, Justin Bynum, Mike Charity, Davon Cuffee, Dijon Harris, Ivan Johnson, D’Angelo Parker, Dominic Plummer, Brandon Shambley, James Tate, Khalil Washington, Chris Wiggins, Kevin

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

Class Pos. Junior G Sophomore G Senior C Sophomore F Senior G Junior F Junior G Senior G Junior F Freshman G Senior G Freshman C

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Hometown/Previous School Lanham, MD/Montgomery Germantown Chesapeake, VA/Indian River HS Norfolk, VA/Maury HS Norfolk, VA/Booker T. Washington Hampton, VA/Bethel HS Washington, DC/Western Texas Raleigh, NC/ Lincoln Memorial Norfolk, VA/Wingate Virginia Beach, VA/ Clinton JC Washington, DC/Northwestern HS Richmond, VA/James River HS Newport News, VA/Woodside HS


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HEAD COACH GEORGE WHITE MEN’S BASKETBALL HEAD COACH SECOND SEASON

Coach White recently completed his first season at the helm, after being selected to become the 18th head coach of the Virginia State University Men’s Basketball program last Spring. White came to VSU after spending the 2008-09 season as an assistant coach with the Colorado 14ers of the NBA Development League. The team finished with the best regular-season record in the NBA DLeague, winning the Southwest Division with a 34-16 record. The 14ers then won the NBA D-League Championship, sweeping Utah in the championship series. White spent the previous two seasons as the Director of External Relations for the men's basketball program at Stanford University. He was an integral part of the staff that led the Cardinal to the NCAA Tournament in 2009 and helped develop NBA draft picks Brook Lopez of the New Jersey Nets, Robin Lopez of the Phoenix Suns, and Landry Fields of the New York Knicks. Possessing a significant track record in all aspects of coaching, scouting, game preparation, and player evaluation, White was also heavily involved with the marketing of the Stanford program including areas such as community relations and all fundraising and cultivation of key constituents. He also oversaw the development and promotion of the Cage Club, 6th Man Club and all special events, as well as on and offline publications and initiatives. White also coordinated interaction between the athletic and university administration and media and public relations. In addition to initiating the Career Development Program and lecturing at and assisting in the management of summer camps, he was involved with many operational aspects of the Cardinal men’s basketball program. White came to Stanford from Rider University, where he served as an assistant coach in 2005-06 where he helped develop NBA first-round pick Jason Thompson of the Sacramento Kings. Before his stint at Rider, White spent two seasons as an assistant coach under Mike Dunlap at Metropolitan State College in Denver, helping guide the Roadrunners to a No. 1 national ranking while reaching the NCAA Division II Final Four in 2004 and Elite Eight in 2005. White also served as the Head Coach at Ursinus College from 1995 to 2000, where he led the Bears to two consecutive playoff appearances. In his six seasons at the helm, four players scored over 1,000 career points, one earned All-America honors and all of his four-year players graduated. White has worked with the Denver Nuggets organization as Assistant to the President and scouted college players for the team. White also possesses significant management, marketing and finance experience outside of athletics. A 1983 graduate of Harvard University, White was a four-year letterwinner for the Crimson and served as a team captain during his senior year. A two-year starter, White was named Harvard's Top Defensive Player.

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COACHING STAFF DONALD PAYTON MEN’S BASKETBALL ASST. HEAD COACH SECOND SEASON

Donald Payton enters his second season as the top assistant for the Trojans. Payton was previously the Head Men’s Basketball Coach at Clinton Junior College in Rock Hill, SC. Payton returned to Clinton after a two year hiatus after serving as the top assistant at both Barton College and Lock Haven University. From 2003-05, Payton served as the top assistant coach at Clinton Junior College. The Golden Bears were 41-22, claimed their first ever NJCAA DI National Tournament appearance and advancing to the NJCAA Region X Championship game both seasons. Clinton was 22-11 in the 2008-09 season, claimed share of the regular-season Region X Conference Championship while advancing to the Region X Conference Championship game. The Golden Bears were 37-28 during Payton’s tenure as head coach. In two seasons at the helm, Payton coached four all conference performers (three on the first team), helped place all sophomores in college while six of the eight accepted athletic scholarships, and had a graduation rate of 100% for student-athletes in the program during his tenure. Coach Payton enters his 18th year of coaching, including eight years of college level experience. From 1996-2002 he founded and was the head men’s coach for Supreme Court Basketball, college exhibition travel team. During his time with Supreme Court, he sponsored basketball camps specifically for “at-risk” youth. At Barton College, Coach Payton was an integral part of Barton College’s run to the NCAA Division II Elite Eight in the 2005-06 season. The Bulldogs finished the season 28-4 claiming several championships including CVAC regular season champions, CVAC conference tournament champions, and NCAA East Regional Champions, before falling in overtime to the eventual champions Winona State University. Payton coached three student-athletes that went on to play professional basketball. After the record setting season at Barton College, Payton accepted a similar position at Lock Haven University of the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference. Prior to his arrival in north central Pennsylvania, the Bald Eagles squads were coming off three consecutive 4-23 seasons. With Payton’s influence, Lock Haven finished the 2006-07 season with a 12-15 record and came one game short of making the PSAC West Division playoffs for the first time in several years.

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SUPPORT STAFF JASON POMPEY SPORTS INFORMATION

Starting his second year as the Assistant Sports information Director, Jason Pompey inherits the office of sports information at Virginia State University. Pompey has two years of previous sports information duties starting out as an undergraduate work-study student at Virginia Union University and as a graduate-assistant at Virginia State University. Pompey received his Bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Virginia Union University in 2009 and will receive a Master’s degree in Sports Management from Virginia State University in December of 2010. Interning for previous sports information directors such as Jim Junot at Virginia State University as well as both Tiffany D. Sykes and Tamika Duck at Virginia Union University, Pompey has worked and learned various tasks in the sports information world. With a great background, Pompey has the drive and passion to continue the trend of young successful sports information directors in the CIAA conference. In addition to becoming the prime contact for VSU Sports Information, Pompey will be responsible for web content maintenance, publication of athletic newspapers, script for game summaries, pre and post game process, composing/editing player profiles, script for game day announcements, calling and faxing facts and figures to media outlets. Pompey is a native of Queens, NY that now resides in Richmond, VA.

Dr. Rodney Gaines HEAD STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH Dr. Rodney Gaines received all three of his professional degrees from Virginia Tech: A B.S. in Business Finance in 1989, M.S. in Health and Physical Education (Exercise Science) in 1996, and a PhD in 2001 in Education, Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Health Promotion and Education Research. Dr. Gaines is the first ever strength and conditioning coach at Virginia State University, and he has many goals for the program. The mission of the Virginia State University Strength and Conditioning Program is to help athletes develop power, speed, agility, strength, flexibility, cardiovascular strength-endurance, and spiritual development. The strength and conditioning also help athletes in the areas of sport nutrition counseling, sport psychology, and spiritual wellness.

Matt Williams HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER Matt Williams is entering his seventh year as the Head Athletic Trainer at Virginia State University. Matt completed his undergraduate studies at Emory & Henry College in 1993 and attended graduate school at Radford University from 1993-95. His resume includes tenure as Head Athletic Trainer at Saint Paul's College from 1995-2000 and Head Athletic Trainer at Brunswick Senior High School from 2000 through 2004. Matt is a native of Big Stone Gap, Va., and currently resides in Lawrenceville, Va.

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2010-11 SEASON OUTLOOK

The 2010-11 Virginia State University men's basketball team looks to improve on 7-20 overall record in the 2009-10 season by reloading with new talent. Replacing six players from a season ago, second year head coach George White, reloads with several newcomers to play alongside 6 returnees. The Trojans averaged 68.8 points per game in 2009-10 and finished fourth in the CIAA Eastern Division. The Trojans will have to replace 70 percent of their team scoring as six seniors depart including VSU's all time three point leader, Trey Mines as he concluded his Trojan career with 228 made three pointers. Seniors Brandon Plummer (Norfolk, VA) will be the floor leaders for the Trojans. Plummer returns as the leading scorer for the Trojans as he ranked 10th in scoring in the CIAA conference. Plummer started 23 games last season, averaged 13.5 point per game, and went a perfect 10-10 from the free-throw line twice in 200910 season. VSU also returns Christopher Washington, Mike Bynum, Ivan Harris, and Dijon Cuffee at the perimeter positions from last season. Davon Charity adds depth to the Trojan front court. Coach White also brings in an influx of new faces to make an impact at the Land of Troy. Coach White and the Trojans will open their 2010-11 season on November 15 in a home game against Pfeiffer University inside Daniels Gymnasium.

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ROSTER

2010-11 Numerical Roster No.

Name

Pos.

Ht. Wt.

Cl.

Hometown

3

Dominic Parker

G

6-2

170

Jr.

Raleigh, NC

5

Kahlil Tate

G

6-2

175

Fr.

Washington, DC

10 Justin Bess

G

6-1

175

Jr.

Lanham, MD

12 Mike Bynum

G

5-9

165

So.

Chesapeake, VA

15 Brandon Plummer

G

6-3

190

Sr.

Norfolk, VA

20 Ivan Harris

G

6-1

190

Sr.

Hampton, VA

24 Chris Washington

G

6-3

180

Sr.

Richmond, VA

25 32 33

Dijon Cuffee James Shambley Kevin Wiggins

F F C

6-4 6-8 6-7

195 So. 215 Jr. 220 Fr.

Durham, NC Virginia Beach, VA Newport News, VA

41

D’Angelo Johnson

F

6-4

215

Jr.

Washington, DC

45

Davon Charity

C

6-5

220

Sr.

Norfolk, VA

2010-11 Alphabetical Roster No. 10 45 25 20 41 3 15 32 5 24 33

Name Bess, Justin Charity, Davon Cuffee, Dijon Harris, Ivan Johnson, D’Angelo Parker, Dominic Plummer, Brandon Shambley, James Tate, Kahlil Washington, Chris Wiggins, Kevin

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Cl.

Hometown

G C F G F G G F G G C

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

175 220 195 190 215 170 190 215 175 180 220

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

Lanham, MD Norfolk, VA Durham, NC Hampton, VA Washington, DC Raleigh, NC Norfolk, VA Virginia Beach, VA Washington, DC Richmond, VA Newport News, VA

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DAVON CHARITY

Davon Charity Junior— 6-5— C Norfolk, VA —Maury HS

45

Charity’s Career Statistics Total Year G GS 2007-08 19 0 2008-09 23 2 2009-10 16 0 Totals 39 2

FG 16 44 8 68

FGA Pct. 25 .640 99 .444 20 .400 144 1.484

3-PTS 3FG 3 FGA 0 0 6 18 0 0 6 18

REBOUNDS Pct. .000 .333 .000 .333

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FT FTA PCT O D 1 10 .100 7 12 44 56 .786 15 15 2 4 .500 6 8 47 70 1.386 14 35

Tot 19 30 14 63

Avg PF 1.0 16 1.3 43 0.9 22 11.3 81

FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 0 1 10 5 1 33 1.7 2 26 44 0 18 138 6.0 0 1 7 5 1 18 1.1 2 28 61 10 20 189 8.8


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MIKE BYNUM

Mike Bynum

12

Sophomore— 5-9— G Chesapeake, VA — Indian River HS

Bynum’s Career Statistics Total

3-PTS

REBOUNDS

Year G GS FG FGA Pct. 3FG 3 FGA Pct. FT FTA PCT O D Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2009-10 27 13 12 56 .214 2 21 .095 18 24 .750 16 33 49 1.8 46 1 52 42 0 26 44 1.6 Totals 27 13 12 56 .214 2 21 .095 18 24 .750 16 33 49 1.8 46 1 52 42 0 26 44 1.6

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DIJON CUFFEE

Dijon Cuffee Sophomore— 6-4— F Norfolk, VA — Booker T. Washington HS

20

Cuffee’s Career Statistics Total

3-PTS

REBOUNDS

Year G GS FG FGA Pct. 3FG 3 FGA Pct. FT FTA PCT O D Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2009-10 27 1 27 67 .403 12 21 .387 24 30 .800 21 39 60 2.2 55 3 4 27 1 5 90 3.3 Totals 27 1 27 67 .403 12 21 .387 24 30 .800 21 39 60 2.2 55 3 4 27 1 5 90 3.3

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IVAN HARRIS

Ivan Harris Senior— 6-1— G Hampton, VA — Bethel HS

20

Harris’s Career Statistics Total

3-PTS

Year G GS FG FGA Pct. 3FG 3 FGA 2008-09 9 0 7 21 .333 4 11 2009-10 17 0 12 35 .343 2 12 Totals 26 0 19 56 .676 6 23

REBOUNDS Pct. .364 .167 .531

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FT FTA PCT 1 3 .333 10 11 .909 11 14 1.242

O 4 5 9

D 8 12 20

Tot 12 17 29

Avg 1.3 1.0 2.3

PF FO A TO Blk Stl 12 0 8 2 0 4 15 0 6 4 0 6 27 0 14 6 0 10

Pts Avg 19 2.1 36 2.1 55 4.2


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BRANDON PLUMMER

Brandon Plummer Senior— 6-3— G Norfolk, VA — Wingate

15

Plummer’s Career Statistics Total

3-PTS

REBOUNDS

Year G GS FG FGA Pct. 3FG 3 FGA Pct. FT FTA PCT O D Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2009-10 25 3 29 73 .397 1 4 .250 11 23 .478 20 56 76 3.0 21 0 32 42 1 18 70 2.8 Totals 25 3 29 73 .397 1 4 .250 11 23 .478 20 56 76 3.0 21 0 32 42 1 18 70 2.8

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CHRISTOPHER WASHINGTON

Christopher Washington Senior— 6-3— G Richmond, VA — James River HS

24

Washington’s Career Statistics Total

3-PTS

REBOUNDS

Year G GS FG FGA Pct. 3FG 3 FGA Pct. FT FTA PCT O D Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2009-10 23 19 115 253 .455 13 53 .245 86 113 .761 93 41 134 5.8 41 1 38 58 2 59 329 14.3 Totals 23 19 115 253 .455 13 53 .245 86 113 .761 93 41 134 5.8 41 1 38 58 2 59 329 14.3

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JUSTIN BESS

Justin Bess Junior— 6-1— G Lanham, MD — Montgomery Germantown

10

Favorite food: Steak Favorite Musician: LiL Wayne Favorite TV Show: Family Guy Favorite Movie: He Got Game Which Coach from a TV show or movie would you most like to play for? Coach Carter What’s one thing that you couldn’t go a week without? Being in the gym If you could change one rule in the college game, what would it be? The amount of years an athlete could play What one piece of advice would you give elementary school kids? Dream big What one moment in history do you wish you would have witnessed personally? The first Independence day, of the signing of the declaration of independence What actor should portray you in a movie about your life? Denzel Washington What three websites do you surf the most? Facebook, Twitter, NBA.com You chose your jersey number because: 12- My whole family had this number In your dream 2-on-2 matchup, whom would you pick as a teammate and who would you play against? Me and Lebron vs. D. Wade and Kobe

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D’ANGELO JOHNSON

D’Angelo Johnson Junior— 6-4— F Washington, DC — Western Texas

41

Favorite food: Fried Chicken Favorite Musician: Yo Gotti Favorite TV Show: Martin Favorite Movie: The Temptations Which Coach from a TV show or movie would you most like to play for? Whoopi Goldlberg, “Eddie” What’s one thing that you couldn’t go a week without? My phone If you could change one rule in the college game, what would it be? Back court What one piece of advice would you give elementary school kids? Stay focused What one moment in history do you wish you would have witnessed personally? Indiana Pacer Detroit Pistons brawl What actor should portray you in a movie about your life? N/A What three websites do you surf the most? Facebook, NBA.com, nike.com You chose your jersey number because: My favorite player is Magic Johnson In your dream 2-on-2 matchup, whom would you pick as a teammate and who would you play against? Carmelo Anthony vs. Kobe and Lebron

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DOMINIC PARKER

Dominic Parker Junior— 6-2— G Raleigh, NC — Lincoln Memorial

3

Favorite food: Shrimp Alfredo Favorite Musician: Young Jeezy Favorite TV Show: Boondocks Favorite Movie: Above the Rim Which Coach from a TV show or movie would you most like to play for? Josh Lucas the coach from Glory Road What’s one thing that you couldn’t go a week without? My cell phone If you could change one rule in the college game, what would it be? I would change the fouls from 5 to 6. What one piece of advice would you give elementary school kids? I would tell them to never give up on there dreams What one moment in history do you wish you would have witnessed personally? Martin Luther King “ I have a dream” What actor should portray you in a movie about your life? Omar Epps What three websites do you surf the most? Facebook.com, Hoopmixtape.com, ballislife.com You chose your jersey number because: I chose 14 because my AAU basketball coach gave me the number and I had it ever since In your dream 2-on-2 matchup, whom would you pick as a teammate and who would you play against? Me and Kobe Bryant vs. My dad and Michael Jordan

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JAMES SHAMBLEY

James Shambley Junior— 6-8— F Virginia Beach, VA — Clinton JC

32

Favorite food: Grandmother’s fried chicken Favorite Musician: Janelle Monae & Wacka Flocka Favorite TV Show: The Kardashians Favorite Movie: Why did I Get Married 2 Which Coach from a TV show or movie would you most like to play for? Lebron James’ high school coach What’s one thing that you couldn’t go a week without? My Sneakers If you could change one rule in the college game, what would it be? No out of bounds What one piece of advice would you give elementary school kids? Stay turn’t up, live life, and stay in school! What one moment in history do you wish you would have witnessed personally? Million Man March What actor should portray you in a movie about your life? Teyana Taylor What three websites do you surf the most? Facebook, Twitter, Karmaloop You chose your jersey number because: Coach Hill gave it to me and it did not matter In your dream 2-on-2 matchup, whom would you pick as a teammate and who would you play against? I would pick Brandon Jennings as a teammate. I would play against Peshon Howard and Shylanda Saunders.

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TIORA KAHLIL HACKLEY TATE

Kahlil Tate Freshmen— 6-2— G Washington, DC — Northwestern HS

5

Favorite food: Shrimp, Spaghetti Favorite Musician: Kanye West Favorite TV Show: Martin Favorite: The Hangover Which Coach from a TV show or movie would you most like to play for? Coach Carter What’s one thing that you couldn’t go a week without? My Laptop If you could change one rule in the college game, what would it be? Backcourt violation What one piece of advice would you give elementary school kids? Never let nay-sayers nor self-doubt deter you from accomplishing your goals, for perseverance and resilience are the keys to success and selffulfillment What one moment in history do you wish you would have witnessed personally? The Million Man March What actor should portray you in a movie about your life? Morris Chestnut What three websites do you surf the most? Facebook, Worldstarhiphop, i95ballerz You chose your jersey number because: The #5 five because my birthday is on the 23rd and 2+3=5 In your dream 2-on-2 matchup, whom would you pick as a teammate

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KEVIN WIGGINS

Kevin Wiggins Freshmen— 6-7— C Newport News, VA — Woodside HS

33

Favorite food: Chicken and Fries Favorite Musician: Wale Favorite TV Show: Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Favorite: The Wood Which Coach from a TV show or movie would you most like to play for? Coach Bell What’s one thing that you couldn’t go a week without? Laptop If you could change one rule in the college game, what would it be? Backcourts What one piece of advice would you give elementary school kids? Watch the people you hang around and stay focused in school What one moment in history do you wish you would have witnessed personally? LA Riots What actor should portray you in a movie about your life? Will Smith What three websites do you surf the most? Facebook, Twitter, Worldstarhiphop You chose your jersey number because: The #10 because it is the number that represents perfection, also the year I graduated from highschool In your dream 2-on-2 matchup, whom would you pick as a teammate and who would you play against? Me and Lebron James vs John Stockton and Karl Malone

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2009-10 RESULTS


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2009-10 GAME-BY-GAME HIGHS


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2009-10 INDIVIDUAL HIGHS


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MEN’S ALL-TIME RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL CAREER Points: 2,599, Darrell Stith, 1979-83

TEAM SEASON Most Wins:

22

Rebounds: 1,381, Linwood Johnson, 1971-74

Most Points:

2,804 1982-83

Assists:

791, Jerome Bell, 1974-79

Best won-loss percentage: .867 1937-38 (13 wins, 2 losses)

Blocks:

326, Avis Wyatt, 2002-07

Most Consecutive Wins:

13

1975-76

Steals:

220, Dwayne Wood 220, Gerald Britt

Fewest Losses

2

1937-38

GAME Most Points Scored:

140 vs. Fayetteville State (1977)

Fewest Points Scored:

9 vs. Hampton (1924) & Virginia Seminary (1928)

Most Points Allowed:

135 by Saint Augustine’s (1983)

Field Goals: 1,116, Darrell Stith, 1979-83 3-Point Field Goals:

(22-8) 1973-74

228, Trey Mines, 2006-10

Free Throws: 464, Linwood Johnson, 1971-74 SEASON Points:

703, Darrell Stith, 1979-80

Fewest Points Allowed:

4 by North Carolina A & T (1931)

Average:

26.0, Darrell Stith, 1979-80

Largest Margin of Victory:

66 points (80-14 vs. Saint Augustine’s,1937)

Rebounds:

597, Ernie Brock, 1963-64

Largest Margin of Defeat:

54 points (114-60 vs. Gannon, 1996)

Assists:

329, Jerome Bell, 1975-76

Blocks:

92, Avis Wyatt, 2006-07

Field Goals: 304, Darrell Stith, 1979-80 Free Throws: 158, Linwood Johnson, 1973-74 GAME Points:

45, Darrell Stith vs. Bowie State (1/31/83) 45, Trey Mines vs. Holy Family (12/20/08)

Rebounds:

35, Ernie Brock, 1964

Assists:

24, Jerome Bell vs. Shaw (1975)

Blocks:

9, Avis Wyatt (three times)

Field Goals: 22, Darrell Stith vs. Bowie State (1/31/83) 3-Point Field Goals:

10, Trey Mines vs. Holy Family (12/20/08)

Free Throws: 17, Linwood Johnson vs. Elizabeth City State (2/23/74)

Trey Mines All-Time VSU 3-Point Field Goals Leader

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