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2011-12 WEBER STATE MEN’S BASKETBALL TABLE OF CONTENTS Quick Facts....................................................... 1 2011-12 Schedule............................................. 2 Radio Information............................................. 3 Athletics Media Relations................................ 4 Follow the Wildcats.......................................... 5 Weber State Coaches.................................. 6-11 Head Coach Randy Rahe............................ 6-8 Men’s Basketball Support Staff..................... 12 2011-12 Wildcats........................................ 13-37 Roster....................................................... 14-15 Player profiles.......................................... 16-37 2010-11 season stats................................. 38-40 History and Records................................. 41-68 Overall history.............................................. 42 Year-by-year results..................................... 43 Wildcat Head Coaches................................. 44 Year-by-year game results...................... 45-54 Record against all opponents..................... 55 Series record vs. 2011-12 opp................ 56-59 Big Sky Tournament history........................ 60 Individual/team records.......................... 61-62 Career records.............................................. 63 Single-season records............................ 64-66 Single-game records.................................... 67 Year-by-year statistical leaders................... 68 All-time attendance averages.................... 103 The Dee Events Center............................. 69-71 Weber State University............................. 72-77 Weber State Athletics................................... 74 Big Sky Conference....................................... 78 Prominent WSU Alumni................................. 79 WSU Basketball Radio/TV Roster................. 80 Credits The 2011-12 Weber State Men’s Basketball Media Guide was created, designed and edited by Paul Grua, Athletics Media Relations Director. Thanks to Matt Gerrish who assisted with the history and records section. Photo Credits Player, coaches, staff, and action shots by Robert Casey of Casey Fotografiks. Acknowledgment Special thanks and acknowledgment to BRAD LARSEN who retired in March 2011 after 31 YEARS as Media Relations Director for Weber State Athletics. Thanks to Brad for ALL HIS SUPPORT and allSTATE he did for the Wildcats. 2011 WEBER FOOTBALL

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Name of School..................... Weber State University Location...................................................Ogden, Utah Founded.................................. 1889 (Four-year 1962) Enrollement......................................................25,300 Nickname...................................................... Wildcats School colors.................................. Purple and White Affiliation............................................NCAA Division I Conference......................................................Big Sky Arena (Capacity)............ Dee Events Center (11,500) President..........................................Dr. F. Ann Millner Athletic Director......................................Jerry Bovee Associate A.D./SWA.............................. Amy Crosbie Website...................................WeberStateSports.com

TEAM INFORMATION

2010-11 record...................................................18-14 2010-11 Big Sky record/finish....................11-5 / 3rd Lettermen Returning / lost.................................. 7 / 4 Starters Returning / lost...................................... 3 / 2

TEAM HISTORY

First year (four-year school)................................. 1962-63 All-time record.............................................891-520 (.631) All-time Big Sky record...............................455-234 (.660) Big Sky regular season titles........................................ 20 ‘65, ‘66, ‘68, ‘69, ‘70, ‘71, ‘72, ‘73, ‘76, ‘79, ‘80, ‘83, ‘84, ‘94, ‘95, ‘99, ‘03, ‘07, ‘09, ‘10 Big Sky Tournament titles............................................... 8 ‘78, ‘79, ‘80, ‘83, ‘95, ‘99, ‘03, ‘07 Big Sky Tournament appearaneces.............................. 34 NCAA Tournament appearances................................... 14. ‘68, ‘69, ‘70, ‘71, ‘72, ‘73, ‘78, ‘79, ‘80, ‘83, ‘95, ‘99, ‘03, ‘07 NIT Tournament appearances.................... 3 / ‘84, ‘09, ‘10 CBI Tournament appearances.................................. 1 / ‘11

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach...................................................... Randy Rahe Alma Mater.......................... Buena Vista College (Iowa) ‘82 Record at Weber State................ 95-61 (.609) / 6th season Overall record............................................................. same Big Sky record at Weber State........................60-20 (.750) Associate Head Coach.......................................... Eric Duft Assistant Coach.............................................. Tim Gardner Assistant Coach.............................................. Phil Beckner Director of Basketball Operations.................... Chris Gold

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2011-12 WILDCAT SCHEDULE Day

Date

Opponent

Time

Site

Mon.

Nov. 7

Colorado-Colorado Springs (exh.)

8:00 p.m.

Ogden

Fri.

Nov. 11

Northern New Mexico

8:00 p.m.

Ogden

Tue.

Nov. 15

Utah State

7:00 p.m.

Ogden

Sat.

Nov. 19

at UC Irvine

5:30 p.m.

Irvine, CA

Sun.-Mon.

Nov. 27-28

Saint Mary’s Shamrock Office Solutions Classic

Sun.

Nov. 27

vs. Jacksonville State

7:30 p.m.

Mon.

Nov. 28

vs. Saint Mary’s or San Francisco St.

6:00 or 8:30 p.m.

Sat.

Dec. 3

#San Jose State

7:30 p.m.

Ogden

Wed.

Dec. 7

at BYU

7:00 p.m.

Provo, UT

Sat.

Dec. 10

Southern Utah

7:00 p.m.

Ogden

Fri.

Dec. 16

at California

8:30 p.m.

Berkeley, CA

Mon.

Dec. 19

Mayville State

7:00 p.m.

Ogden

Thu.

Dec. 22

Utah

7:00 p.m.

Ogden

Thu.

Dec. 29

*Idaho State

7:00 p.m.

Ogden

Sat.

Dec. 31

*Sacramento State

2:00 p.m.

Ogden

Thu.

Jan. 5

*at Eastern Washington

7:00 p.m.

Cheney, WA

Sat.

Jan. 7

*at Portland State

8:00 p.m.

Portland, OR

Thu.

Jan. 12

*Montana State

7:00 p.m.

Ogden

Sat.

Jan. 14

*Montana

7:00 p.m.

Ogden

Thu.

Jan. 19

*Northern Arizona

7:00 p.m.

Ogden

Thu.

Jan. 26

*at Sacramento State

8:00 p.m.

Sacramento, CA

Sat.

Jan. 28

*at Idaho State

7:00 p.m.

Pocatello, ID

Thu.

Feb. 2

*Portland State

7:00 p.m.

Ogden

Sat.

Feb. 4

*Northern Colorado

5:00 p.m.

Ogden

Thu.

Feb. 9

*at Northern Arizona

6:30 p.m.

Flagstaff, AZ

Sat.

Feb. 11

*#Eastern Washington

7:30 p.m.

Ogden

Wed.

Feb. 15

*at Montana State

7:00 p.m.

Bozeman, MT

Sat.

Feb. 18

Sears Bracketbusters

TBA

Ogden

Thu.

Feb. 23

*at Northern Colorado

7:00 p.m.

Greeley, CO

Tue.

Feb. 28

*at Montana

7:00 p.m.

Missoula, MT

Sat.

March 3

Big Sky Championships

TBD

Tue-Wed.

March 8-9

Big Sky Championships

TBD

Moraga, CA

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RADIO INFORMATION CARL ARKY Voice of the Wildcats

Carl Arky returns for his 14th season as the radio voice for Weber State Athletics. Arky calls every regular season football and men’s basketball game for the Wildcats. On basketball home games he is joined by former Weber State Athletic Director Dutch Belnap. Arky began at Weber State in 1998. He was a member of the WSU Athletic Department, serving as the Director of Broadcast Services for five years before moving on in September of 2002 to become the afternoon sports anchor at KFAN Sports Radio in Salt Lake City. Before coming to Weber State, Arky had been the Sports Director at KTVX-TV (ABC 4) in Salt Lake City and served as the color analyst on the televised games of the Salt Lake Buzz Triple AAA baseball team. He also served as the television voice for Pro Rodeo on ESPN for four seasons. A native of St. Louis, Missouri, Arky graduated from the University of Missouri School of Journalism in 1977. His first full-time position came in 1978 at KTUL-TV in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he served as a sportscaster and was the producer/host of the Jimmy Johnson Oklahoma State Football Coaches Show. Arky came to Utah in 1983 where he worked at KUTV-TV Channel 2 in Salt Lake City. In 1987, he left to become the Director of Broadcasting for the Utah Jazz. There he was responsible for the production and syndication of all Utah Jazz radio and television programming, and served as the color analyst on those broadcasts. After two seasons with the Jazz, Arky formed his own production company (C.A.P.) and broadcasted cable TV games of the Sacramento Kings, as well as the Western Athletic Conference Game of the Week, Air Force Blue-White Network and selected games for the University of Utah from 1989 through 1991. Arky is married to Deborah Linder, they are the parents of two sons, Jake and Sam.

WILDCATS ON THE ZONE Beginning this season Weber State Athletics will have a new partnership with 1280 KZNS “The Zone” to broadcast all Weber State football and men’s basketball games. The Zone will be the exclusive radio home for the Wildcats and will air all football and men’s basketball games live. Longtime play-by-play voice of the Wildcats Carl Arky will continue to broadcast all of Weber State’s football and men’s basketball home and away games. A pre and post-game show will continue to be a part of every WSU game. In addition, the Zone will air a weekly coaches show and will have an increased football pre-game show, which will include tailgating at all football home games. The Zone is an all-sports radio station in Salt Lake City that has covered Utah sports for years. In addition to being aired on 1280, many of WSU’s games will be simulcast on 97.5 on the FM dial, further increasing the coverage of the Wildcats. The games will also be available live online at 1280thezone.com.

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ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS Paul Grua is in his seventh year at Weber State. In April 2011 he was named to the position of Media Relations for the Wildcats. In his role at Media Relations Director, Grua serves as the primary media contact for all of WSU’s 16 NCAA sponsored sports, with specific responsibilities for football, men’s basketball, and men’s and women’s track and field. In his seven years with Weber State Athletics Grua has worked in the media relations and marketing and promotions. He began working at Weber State in January 2004 as a Sports Information Assistant, where he handled men’s and women’s Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field and Men’s and Women’s Tennis for Weber State. He served as the media coordinator for the 2004 Big Sky Tennis Championship and 2004 Big Sky Outdoor Track and Field Championships, both held in Ogden. In August 2004 he was hired full-time as the Assistant Media Relations Director. In October 2005 Grua was the media coordinator for the 2005 Big Sky Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Championships in Ogden and in 2007 he was the media coordinator for the NCAA Mountain Region Cross Country Championships, also in Ogden. He was also the Meet Director for the 2010 Big Sky Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Weber State. In 2008 Grua moved to the Marketing & Promotions department with the athletic department where he was the Assistant Marketing & Promotions Director. In 2010 he was named Marketing Coordinator and was responsible for the Marketing of all of WSU Athletics as well as game management and operations. Prior to coming to Weber State, Grua worked as the Assistant Information Director for the Big Sky Conference in the fall of 2003 where was the league contact for women’s soccer and men’s and women’s Cross Country. He served as the media coordinator for the 2003 Big Sky Women’s Soccer Championship. A native of Ogden, Grua graduated from Weber State University in 2002 with a bachelor’s degree in Communication. While a student at Weber State, he served as Sports Director for both the campus radio station KWCR and the Weber State Television News station. He also helped the WSU Sports Information office with the computer statistical program for men’s and women’s basketball games. He has also worked as a producer at Sports Radio 1280 “The Zone” in Salt Lake City and as an intern for KSL-TV. During the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympics he worked as a broadcasting systems operator. He is a 1995 graduate of Ogden High School. Grua is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Professional Communication from Weber State. Grua married Melissa Hales in July 2005. The couple has two boys, Seth (4) and Levi (1).

Paul Grua

(Media Relations Director - FB, MBB, XC, TF) Email.................................................................. pgrua@weber.edu Office......................................................................... 801-626-7414 Cell.............................................................................801-452-3811

Justin Johnson

(Media Relations Assistant - WBB, VB, SOC, SFB) Email...................................................... justinjohnson@weber.edu Cell............................................................................ 801-690-6891

Darin Hogge

(Director of Publications and Digital Media - TEN, GOLF) Email............................................................... dhogge@weber.edu Office......................................................................... 801-626-6012 Cell............................................................................ 801-725-8868 Darin Hogge

GAME CREDENTIALS

Justin Johnson

PHOTOGRAPHERS

Only working press and scouts, with advance notice, will be allowed access to the press box. Area media who normally cover Weber State Athletic events will receive a Press Pass good for Stadium entrance AND Parking, prior to the beginning of the season. All others desiring credentials should contact Paul Grua at least one week in advance. Requests for Press, Photography, Broadcast and Scouting passes will be honored as they are received. If time permits, they will be mailed. If not, they may be picked up at the will call window, located in the Ticket Booth on the northwest side of Stewart Stadium. Press Parking is located in the lot north of Stewart Stadium.

All photographers must have a photographers pass to gain access to the field. Only photographers from working media or for WSU Media Relations purposes will be granted a pass. Per NCAA rules photographers are prohibited between the 25-yard lines.

PRESS BOX AND AREA ACCESS

Coaches and player will have a mandatory 10 minute cooling off period. That period begins when all players and coaches enter the locker room. Both locker rooms are closed to the media.

Press and Media members enter the Press Box facility on the sixth floor of the Stewart Stadium SkySuites. Passes must be presented or shown for elevator access. A wireless network is available and open to all guests.

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RADIO LINES

There are two courtesy radio lines available in the Visiting Radio Booth, located on the sixth floor of the Press Box and inside the press room area.

POST-GAME INTERVIEWS

The post-game press interview room is located on third floor of the Stadium. Coaches and players will be brought to the room approximately 15 minutes after the completion of the game.

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FOLLOW THE WILDCATS WeberStateSports.com The official website of Weber State Athletics

Watch games on the Internet...for free

WeberStateSports.com is the official website for Weber State Athletics. Visit the site for information For the sixth season fans can now watch the Wildcats from your comincluding scores, results, schedules, videos, bios, puter...for free. The Big Sky Conferand other information about Weber State Athletics. ence’s video streaming web service The site will feature live stats for all home games, as will bring fans all football, volleyball well as updated stats, bios on coaches and players, and men’s and women’s basketball pictures, and much more. games held in league venues. In the Fall of 2011 a new design and look was Big Sky TV, the Big Sky Conference’s comprehensive launched, including more video of Weber State video streaming, allows fans to watch all football, volleyball, and men’s and women’s basketball games held in Big Sky Athletics.

venues free of charge. This is the third season that the Big Sky has teamed with America One (formerly B2 Networks) to distribute Big Sky TV. Fans can enter Big Sky TV through bigskytv.org, or through b2tv.com. Big Sky TV brings more than 400 live events to viewers around the world each season. During the 2010-11 season, more than 30,000 fans registered to view Big Sky TV events. Since its inception in the fall of 2006, Big Sky TV has produced more than 1,600 games and press conferences, including Football Championship Subdivision playoff games, as well as Big Sky volleyball, soccer, track and field, and basketball championships.

SOCIAL MEDIA

Now you can keep up and chat about what’s going on with the Wildcats. Join the Weber State Athletics fan page on Facebook at facebook.com/weberstateathletics. Keep up with the Wildcats by becoming a follower on Twitter at twitter.com/weberstate. See video highlights and interviews with the Wildcats on YouTube at youtube.com/weberstatesports.

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HEAD COACH RANDY RAHE Weber State Head Coach 6th Season Randy Rahe’s enters his sixth season as head coach of the Wildcats. In those five seasons he has led the Wildcats to three Big Sky Championships and four postseason tournament appearances. He has been named Big Sky Coach of the Year three times and has coached three Big Sky MVP’s.

Rahe Profile Born: June 12, 1960 Hometown: Bancroft, Iowa Wife: Laura Children: Luke, Kade Alma Mater: Buena Vista ‘82

College Coaching Experience Weber State Head Coach 2006-07-present Overall record: 95-61 (.609) Big Sky record: 60-20 (.750)

Entering the 2011-12 season Rahe has a career record of 95-61 (.609) overall and Weber State and is 60-20 (.750) in Big Sky Conference games. He has won 20 or more games in three of his five seasons with the Wildcats. Weber State is coming off another great year in 2010-11. Despite losing reigning Big Sky MVP Damian Lillard to a season-ending injury just nine games into the season, the Wildcats still managed to post a season record of 18-14 and make a run at the Big Sky title. They also finished 11-5 in the Big, taking third in the league standings. Rahe has finished third or better in all five seasons with the Wildcats. After starting the Big Sky season with a pair of road losses, the Wildcats won 11 of their next 13 league games to get into a fight for the league title. WSU beat Eastern Washington in the first round of the conference tournament, before losing in the semifinals of the tournament. The ‘Cats also advanced to the College Basketball Insider Tournament where they lost to Oregon in the first round. Two players (Scott Bamforth and Kyle Bullinger) earned First Team Big Sky All-Conference honors. Coach Rahe was hired as the ninth coach in Weber State history in March 2006. In his first season as head coach, with just three returning players from the previous season, Rahe put together a squad of newcomers and began the process of restoring the winning tradition of Wildcat basketball. That season he surpassed all expectations, leading the Wildcats to a 20-12 record and a tie for the Big Sky Conference regular-season title. The Wildcats then won the postseason conference tournament and earned a berth in the NCAA Tournament. In the 2007-08 season Rahe led the Wildcats to a 16-14 overall record and a third place finish in the Big Sky. During the 2008-09 season, Weber State finished 15-1 in Big Sky Conference play and won the conference regular season title. WSU became the first Big Sky team ever to finish 8-0 on the road in conference action. Kellen McCoy was named the Big Sky MVP.

University of Utah Assistant Coach 2004-05 -- 2005-06 Utah State Assistant Coach 1998-99 -- 2003-04 Colorado State Assistant Coach 1991-92 -- 1997-98 In the 2009-10 season the Wildcats had another Denver University strong year where they repeated as Big Sky champiAssistant Coach ons. WSU posted a 20-11 overall record and a 13-3 1990-91 mark in Big Sky play. Sophomore Damian Lillard was University of Colorado honored as the Big Sky MVP. WSU advanced to the NIT for the second-straight season, losing at CincinAssistant Coach nati in the first round. 1989-90 Colorado College 2011 WEBER Assistant Coach STATE FOOTBALL 1988-89 6

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HEAD COACH RANDY RAHE In addition, under Rahe the Wildcats have seen a great increase in attendance at the men’s basketball games. Since the 2007-08 season attendance has grown by 2,250 fans per game. In 2010-11 the Wildcats averaged 5,827 fans per game and led the Big Sky in attendance for the third consecutive season. Last season’s average was the highest for Weber State since 2003. Weber State finished ahead of the national basketball attendance average and had a higher attendance average than three Pac-10 schools, four Mountain West schools, five WAC schools, and seven West Coast schools. Among all the schools with conferences in the western United States, Weber State had the 19th highest attendance average.

Randy Rahe By The Numbers 3 3 3 4 15 17 20 75 95

Big Sky Championships Big Sky Coach of the Year Honors Big Sky Conference MVP Players Post-Season Tournament Appearances Big Sky All-Conference performers Big Sky Academic All-Conference members Or more wins in three seasons at WSU Percent winning percentage in Big Sky games Career wins at Weber State entering 2011-12

A native of Bancroft, Iowa, Rahe was a two-sport athlete at Buena Vista College in Storm Lake, Iowa as a point guard on the men’s basketball team and a shortstop on the baseball team. He earned a bachelor’s degree in elementary education in 1982. He began his coaching career on the high school level in Colorado. During his tenure as the head coach at Stratton High School (1985-88) he was twice named District Coach of the Year leading his teams to district and league championships in 1986, 1987 and 1988. His teams posted an overall mark of 54-17, earning two third-place finishes in state tournaments. Rahe got his first taste of coaching on the collegiate level in 1988-89, when he joined the staff at Colorado College as an assistant. He went on to serve as an assistant at the University of Colorado (1989-90) and the University of Denver (199091) before beginning his long association with Stew Morrill at Colorado State and Utah State. Following Morrill to Utah State, Rahe was part of an Aggie staff which, in six seasons, helped the team compile a 14348 record, winning five Big West Conference championships, earn three appearances in the NCAA Tournament with a first round win over Ohio State and two NIT berths. In his last season (2003-04) at USU, the Aggies were ranked as high as 19th in the nation. From Utah State Rahe went to the University of Utah in 2004-05 where he would spend the next two seasons as an assistant coach under Ray Giacoletti. In his first season with the Utes, Utah finished 29-6, won the Mountain West Championship, and advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. They were led that season by Andrew Bogut who earned National Player of the Year honors and went on to become the first pick in the 2005 NBA Draft. Randy and his wife Laura are the parents of two sons, Luke and Kade. Laura is a women’s basketball official in the Mountain West and West Coast Conferences.

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HEAD COACH RANDY RAHE RANDY RAHE vs. ALL - OPPONENTS AS HEAD COACH AT WEBER STATE ALASKA-ANCHORAGE (1-0) 10-11 Anchorage 86-54 W (Great Alaska Shootout)

ALASKA-FAIRBANKS (1-0) 06-07 Fairbanks 71-66(OT) W (Top of the World Classic)

ARIZONA (0-1) 08-09 Tucson

65-71 L

ARIZONA STATE (0-1) 10-11 Anchorage, AK

58-59 L

BRIGHAM YOUNG (0-5) 06-07 Ogden 69-73(OT) L 07-08 Provo 57-72 L 08-09 Ogden 62-92 L 09-10 Provo 70-87 L 10-11 Ogden 66-72 L CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD (2-0) 07-08 Bakersfield 61-56 W Ogden 74-43 W CAL STATE BERNARDINO (0-1) 07-08 Los Angeles, CA 59-71 L (Basketball Travelers @UCLA)

CAL STATE FULLERTON (1-0) 09-10 Logan, Utah 82-71 W (Basketball Travelers)

CINCINNATI (O-1) 09-10 Cincinnati

(NIT 1st Round)

62-76 L

COLORADO CHRISTIAN (2-0) 06-07 Ogden 73-57 W 10-11 Ogden 97-73 W DRAKE (1-0) 10-11 Anchorage, AK 82-81 W EASTERN WASHINGTON (8-3) 06-07 Ogden 93-84 W Cheney 74-89 L 07-08 Ogden 74-64 W Cheney 57-59 L 08-09 Cheney 77-69 W Ogden 74-57 W 09-10 Ogden 89-67 W Cheney 85-57 W 10-11 Cheney 80-68 L Ogden 59-75 L #Ogden 79-70 W IDAHO 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11

STATE (8-2) Ogden 55-58 L Pocatello 71-58 W Ogden 59-57 W Pocatello 59-63 L Pocatello 76-67(OT) W Ogden 75-61 W Pocatello 95-93(3OTs) W Ogden 89-64 W Ogden 71-67 W Pocatello 63-39 W

ILLINOIS (0-1) 07-08 Champaign

LONG BEACH STATE (1-1) 08-09 Long Beach 69-73(OT) L Ogden 72-63 W MIAMI Ohio (0-1) 08-09 Los Angeles 66-70 L (Coaches vs. Cancer@UCLA)

MONTANA (7-5) 06-07 Missoula Ogden 07-08 Missoula Ogden 08-09 Ogden Missoula 09-10 Ogden Missoula #Ogden 10-11 Missoula Ogden #Greeley, CO

86-90(OT) L 73-67 W 68-67 W 76-67 W 71-55 W 68-59 W 64-56 W 61-75 L 65-66 L 56-75 L 68-58 W 40-57 L

MONTANA STATE (8-4) 06-07 Ogden Bozeman 07-08 Bozeman Ogden #Ogden 08-09 Ogden Bozeman #Ogden 09-10 Ogden Bozeman 10-11 Bozeman Ogden MONTANA TECH (3-0) 06-07 Ogden 08-09 Ogden 09-10 Ogden

83-63 W 48-63 L 78-76 W 73-63 W 65-49 W 70-75 L 84-64 W 61-70 L 75-62 W 75-71 W 72-75 L 78-58 W 81-53 W 77-62 W 73-70 W

MONTANA - WESTERN (1-0) 07-08 Ogden 94-67 W MOREHEAD STATE (1-0) 09-10 Logan, Utah 66-64 W (Basketball Travelers)

NEVADA - LAS VEGAS (0-1) 09-10 Las Vegas 63-72 L NEW MEXICO (0-1) 07-08 Albuquerque

32-62 L

NORTHERN ARIZONA (9-3) 06-07 Flagstaff 81-73 W Ogden 86-79 W #Ogden 88-80 W 07-08 Ogden 56-69 L Flagstaff 71-74 L #Portland, Ore 70-75 L 08-09 Flagstaff 59-54 W Ogden 70-51 W 09-10 Flagstaff 87-62 W Ogden 76-66 W 10-11 Flagstaff 68-67 W Ogden 82-55 W

NORTHERN COLORADO (7-3) 06-07 Greeley 61-60 W Ogden 76-65 W 07-08 Greeley 52-56 L Ogden 70-54 W 08-09 Ogden 88-84(OT) W Greeley 82-76 W 09-10 Greeley 75-84 L Ogden 81-76 W 10-11 Greeley 46-65 L Ogden 72-71 W OREGON (0-1) 10-11 Eugene (CBI First Round) PORTLAND (2-0) 06-07 Portland Ogden

59-68 L

72-56 W 68-51 W

PORTLAND STATE (9-3) 06-07 Ogden 75-65 W Portland 64-62 W #Ogden 77-74 W 07-08 Ogden 73-68 W Portland 73-75 L 08-09 Portland 80-66 W Ogden 78-68 W 09-10 Ogden 86-63 W Portland 79-84 L #Ogden 69-60 W 10-11 Portland 69-71 L Ogden 80-58 W PRAIRIE VIEW A&M (1-0) 08-09 Los Angeles 78-68 W (Coaches vs. Cancer@UCLA)

SACRAMENTO STATE (9-1) 06-07 Ogden 88-68 W Sacramento 83-15 L 07-08 Ogden 69-56 W Sacramento 89-69 W 08-09 Sacramento 67-59 W Ogden 97-61 W 09-10 Sacramento 80-65 W Ogden 81-59 W 10-11 Ogden 84-71 W Sacramento 73-70 W SAINT MARY’S (0-1) 10-11 Moraga

54-77 L

SAN DIEGO STATE (0-1) 08-09 San Diego 49-65 L (NIT 1st Round)

SAN FRANCISCO (1-1) 07-08 San Francisco Ogden

65-67 L 62-54 W

SAN JOSE STATE (0-1) 10-11 San Jose

46-62 L

SEATTLE (1-1) 09-10 Seattle 10-11 Ogden

SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI (0-1) 08-09 Biloxi, Mississippi 49-68 L (Gulf Coast Classic)

SOUTHERN UTAH (4-1) 06-07 Cedar City Ogden 08-09 Cedar City 09-10 Ogden 10-11 Cedar City TEXAS - PAN AMERICAN 08-09 Biloxi, Mississippi

(Gulf Coast Classic)

TROY (1-0) 06-07 Fairbanks

63-75 L 59-57 W 66-62 W 84-66 W 77-71 W (1-0) 61-54 W

66-61 W

(Top of the World Classic)

TULSA (0-1) 10-11 Tulsa UCLA (0-1) 06-07 Sacramento

79-81(ot) L

(NCAA 1st Round)

42-70 L

UC SANTA BARBARA (1-1) 08-09 Ogden 70-63 W 09-10 Santa Barbara 67-66 L UNIV. OF THE SOUTHWEST (1-0) 10-11 Ogden 94-54 W UTAH 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11

(1-4) Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Lake City

55-67 L 52-72 L 64-74 L 83-76 W 75-90 L

UTAH STATE (1-6) 06-07 Fairbanks

55-68 L

07-08 08-09 09-10

Logan Ogden Logan Ogden Logan

68-77 L 78-71 W 49-75 L 60-66 L 73-85 L

Logan

65-77 L

(Top of the World Classic)

10-11

(Basketball Travelers)

WASHINGTON (0-1) 06-07 Seattle

51-80 L

WESTERN STATE (Colo.) (1-0) 09-10 Ogden 89-62 W YOUNGSTOWN STATE (0-1) 07-08 Los Angeles 66-69 L (Baskteball Travelers@UCLA)

#BIG SKY CONFERENCE POST-SEASON TOURNAMENT

87-91 L 65-61 W

61-78 L

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WILDCAT COACHING STAFF ERIC DUFT

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH 6TH SEASON Eric Duft begins his sixth season as an assistant coach on the Wildcat staff, joining WSU with Randy Rahe in 2006. In 2009 Duft was elevated to the position of Associate Head Coach for the Wildcats. In his role Duft calls the offensive plays during the game. Under his watch Weber State won three Big Sky titles with three conference MVP’s. David Patten (2007), Kellen McCoy (2009) and Damian Lillard (2010) were each named the Big Sky Conference MVP. Duft came to Weber State after spending seven seasons as an assistant coach at Hutchinson Junior College in Hutchinson, Kansas. He served two seasons under current Utah State University assistant coach, Tim Duryea, and five seasons under Chad Wintz. The 2003-04 team posted a 29-4 record and were ranked among the top five in the country during the course of the season. A native of Sterling, Kansas, he graduated from Sterling High in 1991 where he was the class valedictorian. He attended Sterling College where he was a four-year letterman under Coach Jim Woudstra. He graduated in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. Prior to his coaching stint at Hutchinson JC, Duft spent one season as an assistant coach at Cowley County (Kansas) CC for Coach Mark Nelson in 1998-99. He also served as an assistant coach at Central (Kansas) Community College under Coach Mike Beard from 1995-97 and was then elevated to head coach for the 1997-98 season before going to Cowley CC. He and his wife, Sherri, are the parents of an four children Jaret (11), Halle (9), Easton (5) and Kourt (2).

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WILDCAT COACHING STAFF TIM GARDNER

ASSISTANT COACH 6TH SEASON Tim Gardner begins his sixth season as an assistant coach for the Wildcats. He came to Weber State in 2006 with coach Randy Rahe. He has been a part of three Big Sky Championships in his seasons with the Wildcats. Gardner came to Weber State after spending seven seasons as the head boy’s basketball coach at Juan Diego High School in Draper, Utah. Gardner grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah and attended Judge Memorial High School where he was a three-year starter for the Bulldogs. He accepted a scholarship to play basketball at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington where he played three seasons for the Loggers, serving as captain of the team his junior year. He graduated from UPS in 1999 with a bachelor of arts degree in Communication and later earned a master’s degree in Education Counseling from the University of Phoenix. In 1999-2000, he was named as the first boy’s basketball coach at Juan Diego High School. He guided the Soaring Eagles to four consecutive region championships and in 2004-05, to the Utah Class 2A state championship. Gardner and his wife Alli are the parents of a four-year old daughter, Makena and an one-year old daughter, Chloe.

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WILDCAT COACHING STAFF PHIL BECKNER

ASSISTANT COACH 5TH SEASON Phil Beckner begins his fifth season with the Weber State coaching staff and his second as a full-time assistant with the Wildcats. He joined Weber State for the 2007-08 season and spent the first two seasons as the Director of Basketball Operations. In 2010 he was elevated to a full-time assistant coach. A native of Buckeye, Arizona, Beckner graduated from Kansas Wesleyan University in Salina, Kansas where he played four years on the men’s basketball team. He obtained a B.A. degree in Physical Education in 2005. He returned home and taught physical education at Buckeye high school and at Glendale Apollo high school. He was introduced to the Weber State coaching staff by AAU coaches in Arizona, and through that connection, made his way to Ogden.

CHRIS GOLD

DIRECTOR OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS 2ND SEASON Chris Gold begins his second season as Director of Basketball Operations for the Wildcats. A native of Denver, Gold came to Weber State after spending the 2009-10 season as a volunteer assistant for the Denver Nuggets coaching staff. Gold graduated from Regis High School in Denver. He played four seasons as a point guard at Kansas Wesleyan, the same school as WSU assistant coach Phil Beckner. Gold graduated from Kansas Wesleyan in December 2010 with a degree in Sports Management. He coached one season at Kansas Wesleyan before coaching with the Nuggets.

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WILDCAT SUPPORT STAFF

JOEL BASS

ERIC HOHN

Assistant A.D. for Support Services/ Head Athletic Trainer

Strength and Conditioning Coach

KADIN KIRK

TOM SHURTLIFF

Men’s Basketball Video Coordinator

Head Equipment Manager

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2011-12 WILDCATS


2011-12 WILDCAT ROSTER No.

Name

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Yr.

Exp.

Hometown (Previous School)

1

Damian Lillard

G

6-3

195

Jr.

2VL

Oakland, CA (Oakland)

2

Shai Fields

G/F

6-4

170

Fr.

HS

Houston, TX (Jack Yates)

3

Kyle Bullinger

F

6-6

215

Sr.

3VL

Mountain View, WY (Mountain View)

4

Scott Bamforth

G

6-2

190

Jr.

1VL

Albuquerque, NM (W. Nebraska CC)

5

Jordan Richardson

G

6-1

185

So.

1VL

Lewisville, TX (Merrill West HS (CA))

10

Gelaun Wheelwright

G

6-1

195

Fr.

HS

Corona, CA (Centennial)

11

Logan Foster

G

6-3

160

Fr.

HS

Los Angeles, CA (Santa Monica)

13

Frank Otis

F

6-6

220

Jr.

TR

Oakland, CA (SMU) (McClymonds)

15

*Davion Berry

G/F

6-4

185

Jr.

TR

Hayward, CA (Cal St. Monterery Bay)

25

Byron Fulton

F

6-7

235

So.

1VL

Phoenix, AZ (St. Mary’s)

30

Darin Mahoney

F

6-8

225

Sr.

3VL

Heber City, UT (Wasatch)

31

Mike Brown

G

6-2

175

Fr.

HS

Heber City, UT (Wasatch)

44

Kyle Tresnak

C

6-10

255

So.

1VL

Scottsdale, AZ (Scottsdale Horizon)

45

James Hajek

C

6-10

250

RFr.

RS

Omaha, NE (Skutt Cathloic)

50

Ryan Van Pelt

F/C

6-10

200

Fr.

HS

Orem, UT (Timpanogos)

* Davion Berry will sit out the 2011-12 season per NCAA transfer rules

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Associate Head Coach: Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach: Dir. of Basketball Ops.:

Randy Rahe, Buena Visa College (Iowa) ‘82, (6th season) Eric Duft, Sterling College ‘95, (6th season) Tim Gardner, Puget Sound ‘99, (6th season) Phil Beckner, Kansas Wesleyan ‘05 (5th season) Chris Gold, Kansas Wesleyan ‘08 (2nd season)

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2011-12 WILDCAT ROSTER ROSTER BREAKDOWN

California (5)

By Location

Davion Berry

Logan Foster Damian Lillard Fran Otis Gelaun Wheelwright

Wyoming (1)

Kyle Bullinger

Arizona (2)

Byron Fulton

Kyle Tresnak

Utah (3)

Mike Brown

Darin Mahoney Ryan Van Pelt

New Mexico (1) Texas (2) Nebraska (1)

Scott Bamforth

ROSTER BREAKDOWN

Shai Fields

Jordan Richardson

James Hajek

WILDCAT BIRTHDAYS

January 29...................... Shai Fields 6-10 6-3 Freshman (6) February 25................. Kyle Tresnak James Hajek Logan Foster Mike Brown March 7.......................Ryan Van Pelt Kyle Tresnak Damian Lillard Shai Fields March 11...........................Frank Otis Ryan Van Pelt Logan Foster June 26............Gelaun Wheelwright 6-2 James Hajek 6-8 Scott Bamforth July 1...........................Logan Foster Ryan Van Pelt Darin Mahoney Mike Brown July 15.......................Damian Lillard Gelaun Wheelwright August 12................ Scott Bamforth Sophomore (2) 6-7 6-1 Byron Fulton Jordan Richardson August 28.................Darin Mahoney Jordan Richardson Gelaun Wheelwright September 15.............. Byron Fulton Kyle Tresnak 6-6 September 21....Jordan Richardson Junior (4) Kyle Bullinger September 24............ Kyle Bullinger Scott Bamforth Frank Otis October 30..................... Mike Brown Davion Berry Damian Lillard November 1................. Davion Berry 6-4 Frank Otis November 6..................James Hajek Davion Berry Senior (2) Shai Fields Kyle Bullinger 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL Darin Mahoney

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KYLE BULLINGER

Kyle returns for his senior season with the Wildcats this season. He will be one of two seniors on the team. He earned First Team All-Big Sky honors last season. Kyle has never missed a game at Weber State and has started in all 94 games of his career. He has scored 899 career points and with 101 more points he will become the 25th player in WSU history with 1,000 career points. He also needs just 30 more rebounds become the 23rd player in history with 500 career boards.

6-6 • 215 Senior Forward Mountain View, Wyoming

Career Highs Points 22, at Seattle, 11-22-09 22, at Portland State, 01-08-09 Rebounds 13, vs. BYU, 12-21-10 Assists 4, at No. Colorado, 01-22-11 4, vs. No. Colorado, 01-29-11 FG made 8, four times FT made 8, vs. Montana State, 12-31-09 3PT FG made 5, three times Steals 3, at No. Colorado, 02-06-09 Blocks 2, vs. Montana State, 12-31-09

2010-11 (Junior) Earned Big Sky All-Conference First Team honors as a junior for the Wildcats...Averaged 11.2 points per game and 6.3 rebounds per game for the Wildcats...Started in all 32 games on the season...Finished 18th in the Big Sky in scoring and scored in double figures in 20 of the 32 games during the year...Had a career-high of 26 points in WSU’s win over Eastern Washington in the first round of the Big Sky Tournament March 5 in Ogden...Also scored 22 points in a home win over Portland State on Feb. 16...Was ninth in the Big Sky in scoring in conference games at 13.9 per game...Led the Wildcats and was ninth in the Big Sky in rebounding at 6.3 per game and was fifth in the conference in league games at 7.1...Had a career-high of 14 rebounds in a home win over Northern Arizona on Feb. 10...Also recorded 13 rebounds in a home game against BYU... Finished fourth in the Big Sky in three-point field goal percentage at .429...Was 54-126 from beyond the arc during the season....Was third on the Wildcat squad in field goal percentage at .447...Was also third on the team in assists...Was named the Big Sky Player of the Week on Feb. 14 after leading the Wildcats to two wins over Northern Arizona and Eastern Washington...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors as a Human Performance Management major at Weber State. 2009-10 (Sophomore) Had 13 double figure scoring games in 09-10...Tied his single-game scoring high with 22 points on the road at Seattle University...Had his first career double-double with 13 points and a season-high 12 rebounds in a big road win at Eastern Washington...Averaged 8.7 points and 4.2 rebounds per game...Was had a career-high five three-point shots made in a career-high eight attempts on the road at UNLV...Had at least one field goal in all but two games during the season. 2008-09 (Freshman) Earned Big Sky All-Conference Honorable Mention honors for his freshman season… Started all 31 games for the Wildcats, one of only three players on the team to start every game…Averaged 9.4 points and 4.5 rebounds per game for the Wildcats, helping WSU capture the Big Sky regular season title…Averaged 10.0 points and 4.8 rebounds in conference games…Shot 43.2 percent from the field during the season and 49.1

Career Statistics Rebounds Year GP-GS Min/Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off Def Total/Avg. PF-D A TO BL ST Pts./Avg. 08-09 31-31 799/25.8 92-212- .434 43-113 .381 44-66 .667 28 112 140/4.5 72-2 24 41 3 11 271/8.7 09-10 31-31 803/25.9 93-223 .417 33-103 .320 50-66 .758 33 96 129/4.2 94-5 32 38 4 12 269/8.7 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL 10-11 32-32 928/29.0 117-262 .447 54-126 .429 71-103 .689 35 166 201/6.3 85-2 63 54 3 25 359/11.2 Total 94-94 2530/26.9 302-697 .433 130-342 .380 165-235 .702 96 374 470/5.0 251-9 119 133 10 48 899/9.6

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MEET THE WILDCATS percent in Big Sky games…Scored in double figures 12 times on the season…Had a career-high 22 points, shot 8-10 from the field, and 5-5 from three-point land in WSU’s win at Portland State January 8…Also led the Wildcats in rebounding that game with eight…Led the Wildcats in scoring three times during the year…Made 43 three-pointers on the season, fourth most on the team and knocked down 25 threes in Big Sky games. 2007-08 Sat out the 2007-08 season as a red-shirt after sustaining a severe ankle injury early in Fall pre-season practice sessions... Did not begin full practices with the team until mid-December…Committed to the Wildcat program in November of 2006 before his senior season at Mountain View High School. Mountain View High School Led his team to a second place finish in the 2006-07 Wyoming State 3A championship game under Coach Kevin Lueck… Was the state’s leading scorer averaging 28.3 points per game and averaged 11.5 rebounds, Mountain View finished the season with a 21-9 record…Averaged 23 points and 10 rebounds his junior season helping his team to a third place finish in the state tournament…Named the Wyoming Gatorade Player of the Year. Personal Full name is Kyle Bullinger...Was born Sept. 24, 1988 in Mountain View, Wyo...Parents are Matt and Carleen Bullinger... Married Katie Mario in Sept. 2011....Katie is a former Weber State volleyball player..Is majoring in Secondary Education at Weber State with an emphasis in History and Political Science.

OFF THE COURT WITH KYLE BULLINGER Birthdate: Sept. 24, 1988 Birthplace: Mountain View, WY Hometown: Mountain View, WY Parents: Matt & Carleen Bullinger Major: Secondary Education In 20 years I plan to be: Alive Favorite food: prime rib Favorite movie: Goodfellas Favorite show: Pardon The Interruption Favorite sports team: San Antonio Spurs One word that best describes me ON the court: slow

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DARIN MAHONEY

Darin returns for his senior season with the Wildcats this year, one of two seniors on this year’s squad. Entering this season he has played in 91 career games with the ‘Cats. He has a career average of 3.1 points and 4.1 rebounds per game.

6-8 • 225 Senior Forward Heber City, Utah

Career Highs Points 19, at Southern Utah, 12-11-10 Rebounds 9, at Ala.-Anchorage, 11-25-10 Assists 3, at Ala.-Anchorage, 11-25-10 FG made 8, at Southern Utah, 12-11-10 FT made 5, vs. Col. Christian, 11-16-10 3PT FG made 1, five times Steals 3, 5 times Blocks 5, vs. BYU, 12-21-10

2010-11 (Junior) Played in 31 of WSU’s 32 games and started 30 games on the season...Averaged 25 minutes played per game...Also averaged 4.0 points and 5.2 rebounds per game...Was second on the team in rebounding and 15th in the Big Sky in rebounding...Pulled down a team-high 55 offensive rebounds...Tied his career-high with nine rebounds at Saint Mary’s on March 11...Scored a career-high 19 points in WSU’s win at Southern Utah on Dec. 11, his only career-game in double figure scoring...In that game he was 8-14 from the field, career-highs in makes and attempts and also pulled down eight rebounds in that game...He also played a career-high 35 minutes in that game...For his performance in that game he was named Big Sky Player of the Week, his first career conference honor...Shot 45 percent from the field and was 77 percent from the free throw line during the season...Led the Wildcats and was sixth in the conference in blocked shot with 34 for an average of 1.1 per game. 2009-10 (Sophomore) Played in 29 of WSU’s 31 games helping Weber State repeat as Big Sky regular season champions...Missed the Western State game at home and the road game at BYU... Had season-high eight points at Northern Colorado, vs. Idaho State and vs. Montana in the conference post-season tournament championship game...Made his first career three-point shot, banking in a 30-footer at the buzzer to end the first half at home against Utah...Ended the year 5-7 from behind the arc...40 percent (83) his 209 rebounds came on the offensive end. 2008-09 (Freshman) Played in all 31 games for the Wildcats as a red-shirt freshman, helping Weber State capture the Big Sky regular season title…Played 15.1 minutes per game and averaged 2.5 points and 3.4 rebounds during the season…Played at least ten minutes in all but five games during the season…Scored a career-high of nine points on 4-4 shooting in WSU’s win over Portland State on February 14…Had a season-high of nine rebounds in the December 17 win over UC Santa Barbara…Shot 49.2 percent from the field, second best on the WSU team and was 50 percent from the field in Big Sky games… Recorded 20 blocked shots during the year, third most on the team…Was named to the Big Sky All-Academic Team.

Career Statistics Rebounds Year GP-GS Min/Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off Def Total/Avg. PF-D A TO BL ST Pts./Avg. 08-09 31-0 469/15.1 31-63 .492 0-3 .000 15-34 .441 37 67 104/3.4 62-1 18 16 20 12 77/2.5 09-10 29-0 478/16.5 31-65 .477 5-7 .714 16-22 .727 46 59 105/3.6 72-4 7 16 17 15 83/2.9 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL 10-11 31-30 775/25.0 45-100 .450 0-5 .000 34-44 .773 55 105 160/5.2 80-2 26 32 34 35 124/4.0 Total 91-30 1722/18.9 107-228 .469 5-15 .333 65-100 .650 138 231 369/4.1 214-7 51 64 71 62 284/3.1

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MEET THE WILDCATS 2007-08 Sat out the season as a red-shirt after returning home from an LDS Church mission in Japan. Wasatch High School Played on two state championship teams at Wasatch High in Heber City, Utah under Coach Lonnie Magnusson his sophomore and junior seasons in Utah Class 3A…The Wasps finished second in state his senior year…Was the Class 3A MVP in 2004-05…Had 311 career blocked shots which ranks second all-time in the state of Utah behind former Emery High, BYU, and NBA player Shawn Bradley. Personal Full name is Darin Kenneth Mahoney.... Was born August 28, 1986 in Heber City, Utah...Parents are Scott and Virginia Mahoney...Is the oldest player on this year’s Wildcat team...Originally signed with the Wildcats in November 2003 but elected to serve a two-year LDS Church mission to Tokyo, Japan before enrolling in college...Graduated with a Bachelor of Integrated Studies and is now pursuing an MBA and MHA from Weber State.

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Birthdate: Aug. 28, 1986 Birthplace: Heber City, UT Hometown: Heber City, UT Parents: Scott & Virginia Mahoney Major: MBA (graduated with BIS) Dream vacation: Yokohama, Japan Favorite food: pizza Favorite TV show: Seinfeld I would most like to have dinner with: John Stockton and Karl Malone In 20 years I plan to be: A good dad Favorite show: Pardon The Interupption Favorite sports team: Utah Jazz Before each game I like to: sleep One thing I couldn’t live without: family One word that best describes me ON the court: solid One word that best describes me OFF the court: dependeable 19


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SCOTT BAMFORTH

Scott returns for his junior season with the Wildcats after a strong showing in his first year at Weber State last season. He earned Big Sky All-Conference First Team honors last season and was the conference Newcomer of the Year...Is a tremendous long range shooter and was one of the top three-point shooters in the nation last season.

6-2 • 190 Junior Guard Albuquerque, New Mexico

Career Highs Points 22, vs. Drake, 11-27-10 Rebounds 4, five times Assists 7, at No. Arizona, 01-08-11 FG made 7, two times FT made 4, four times 3PT FG made 6, at Portland State, 01-20-11 6, vs. Drake, 11-27-10 Steals 2, two times Blocks 1, vs. Drake, 11-27-10

2010-11 (Sophomore) Scott appeared in 31 of WSU’s 32 games on the season and started the final 23 games of the year for the Wildcats...Battled a shoulder injury all season long but still managed a great season in his first year with the Wildcats...Earned First Team Big Sky All-Conference honors for his performance during the year...Was also named the Big Sky Newcomer of the Year, just the sixth Wildcat to ever win that award...Averaged 12.2 points and 2.1 rebounds per game...Ranked 14th in the Big Sky in scoring...Averaged 13.4 points a game in Big Sky games...Led the Big Sky and was fourth in the country in three-point field goal percentage at 48.8 percent...Knocked down 78 three-pointers on the season...Was third in the league in three-point field goals made per game at 2.5... Led the Wildcats and was tenth in the Big Sky in assists at 2.8 per game...Was 12th in the league in field goal percentage at 46.4 percent...Was second in the conference in free throw percentage at 85.7 percent...Was 66-77 from the line for the season...Scored in double figures in 19 of his 31 games during the season and scored 20 or more four times...Had a career-high of 27 points on 7-10 shooting from three-point land in WSU’s win over Northern Arizona on February 10...Made one of the most memorable shots in Weber State history with a 40-foot buzzer beater to beat league-leading Northern Colorado on January 29. Western Nebraska Junior College Averaged 18.4 points, 4.6 rebounds and 2.3 assists his freshman year (2008-09) at Western Nebraska for Coach Brian Joyce...Earned All-Region Nine First Team honors... Was named to the 2009-10 NJCAA Preseason All-America Third Team... Committed to the Wildcats in November of 2009...Was set to play his sophomore season at Western Nebraska JC in Scottsbluff, but suffered a broken arm in preseason practice sessions and missed the entire season.

Career Statistics Rebounds Year GP-GS Min/Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off Def Total/Avg. PF-D A TO BL ST Pts./Avg. 10-11 32-32 883/28.5 117-252 .464 78-160 .488 66-77 .857 8 56 64/2.1 50-0 88 55 2 17 378/12.2 Total 32-32 883/28.5 117-252 .464 78-160 .488 66-77 .857 8 56 64/2.1 50-0 88 55 2 17 378/12.2

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MEET THE WILDCATS Albuquerque Del Norte High School Played for Coach Gerome Espinoza at Albuquerque Del Norte High...Was named the 2006-07 New Mexico Player of the Year...Left Del Norte as the school’s all-time leading scorer, three-point shooting percentage and free throw percentage leader. Personal Full name is Scott Douglas Bamforth...Was born Aug. 12, 1989 in Albuquerque...Is married and wife’s name is Kendra...Is majoring in Human Performance Management at Weber State.

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Birthdate: Aug. 12, 1989 Birthplace: Albuquerque, NM Hometown: Albuquerque, NM Major: Human Peformance Mgmt. Dream vacation: Going to a New England Patriots or Boston Red Sox game. Favorite food: candy Favorite movie: Inside Man Favorite TV show: Dexter In 20 years I plan to be: playing video games Before each game I like to: play video games and take a nap. One thing I couldn’t live without: my wife I came to Weber State because: I wanted to be part of something special. One word that best describes me ON the court: intelligent 21


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DAMIAN LILLARD

Standout point guard Damian Lillard will enter the 2011-12 season as a junior for the Wildcats. He received a medical redshirt for the 2010-11 season after playing in just nine games due to an injury. Damian has played in 71 career games at Weber State entering this season and has scored 1,150 career points, which ranks as 13th in Weber State history. He ranks fourth in school history in career three-pointers with 152.

6-3 • 195 Junior Guard Oakland, CA

Career Highs Points 36, vs. E. Washington, 01-23-10 Rebounds 9, vs. Sacramento St., 02-28-09 Assists 7, four times FG made 10, vs. E. Washington, 01-23-10 FT made 13, vs. Drake, 11-27-10 3PT FG made 6, vs. E. Washington, 01-23-10 6, at Utah State, 11-13-10 Steals 3, five times Blocks 2, vs. Montana, 01-02-10

2010-11 Played in just nine games for the Wildcats before suffering a foot injury that forced him to miss the remainder of the season...Because he played in less than 30 percent of WSU’s games he received a medical redshirt season...Suffered the injury in the second half of WSU’s game at Tulsa on December 16...In his nine games with the Wildcats Lillard averaged 19.7 points and 4.2 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game, while shooting nearly 44 percent from the field...He scored in double digits in the eight full games. 2009-10 (Sophomore) Named the 2009-10 Big Sky Conference MVP and earned First Team All-Conference honors for a second year in a row...Named to the Big Sky Post-Season All-Tournament Team...Earned Honorable Mention All-American honors by the Associated Press...Named to the United States Basketball Writers Association All-District VIII team and was Second Team All-District VIII on the National Associations of Basketball Coaches team...Led the Big Sky Conference in overall scoring at 19.9 points per game...Scored 617 points which is the 8th best single season effort in WSU men’s basketball history...Had 29 double figure scoring games in 31 outings. Scored eight at UNLV and nine at home vs. Idaho State...Scored 30 at home vs. Montana on Jan. 2, then exploded for a career-high 36 points on Jan. 23 at home vs. Eastern Washington, hitting 10-11 from the field (6-7 from beyond the arc) and 10-11 from the free throw line...Scored 28 points in WSU’s home court win over instate rival, Utah, making 9-9 from the free throw line...Made 29 straight free throws during a stretch from late November through early December...Played 50 of the 55 minutes in the 95-93 three overtime win at Idaho State, scoring the winning bucket on a lay up with less than two seconds left in the third OT...Played at least 30 or more minutes in 27 of WSU’s 31 games. 2008-09 (Freshman) Established himself as one of the top players in the Big Sky during his freshman season…Was a unanimous selection as the Big Sky Freshman of the Year and was named to the Big Sky All-Conference First Team…Became the first freshman to earn All-Conference First Team honors since Rodney Stuckey of Eastern Washington in 2006, and the first true freshman in Big Sky history to earn First Team honors…Became just the third Wildcat ever to earn Freshman of the Year honors…Was also named to the

Career Statistics Rebounds Year GP-GS Min/Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off Def Total/Avg. PF-D A TO BL ST Pts./Avg. 08-09 31-26 911/29.4 119-274 .434 49-131 .374 69-82 .841 9 111 120/3.9 78-3 89 70 6 33 356/11.5 09-10 31-31 1062/34.3 185-429 .431 84-214 .393 163-191 .853 11 114 125/4.0 58-0 112 74 4 35 617/19.9 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL 10-11 9-9 283/31.4 49-112 .438 19-55 .345 60-70 .857 6 32 38/4.2 23-0 33 28 2 14 177/19.7 Total 71-66 2256/31.8 353-815 .433 152-400 .380 292-343 .851 26 257 283/4.0 159-3 234 172 12 82 1150/16.2

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MEET THE WILDCATS collegeinsider.com Freshman Mid-Major All-America Team, one of 21 players on the team…Helped lead the Wildcats to a 21-10 overall record and a 15-1 Big Sky record and a Big Sky regular season title…Appeared in all 31 games during the season and started 26 games, including all 16 Big Sky games…Averaged 11.5 points per game, second best on the WSU team and 12th best in the Big Sky…Was third in the conference in free throw percentage at .841 and finished ninth in assists at 2.87 per game…Averaged 14.1 points per game in the 16 Big Sky games, seventh best in the league and second in free throw percentage and fourth in assists in conference games…Scored in double figures in 20 of the 31 games and in all but four Big Sky games…Led the Wildcats in scoring six times during the season…Scored a career-high 27 points in the last regular season Big Sky game, a 84-64 win at Montana State…Shot 8-13 from the field in that game, including 5-7 from three-point land…Also tied his career-high in assists in that game with seven...Made 49 three-pointers on the year, third most on the team…Had six dunks during the season. Oakland High School Played for Coach Orlando Watkins at Oakland High where he was First Team all-league his junior and senior seasons… Averaged just over 28 points per game as a senior with a single-game high of 45… Averaged 20 points, four rebounds and four assists his junior season. Developed into one of the best prep players in the greater Oakland area in 2007-08, an area which has produced some tremendous athletes in many sports. Personal Full name is Damian Lamonte Ollie Lillard...Was born July 15, 1990 in Oakland...Parents are Houston and Gina...Is majoring in Technical Sales at Weber State.

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Birthdate: July 15, 1990 Birthplace: Oakland, CA Hometown: Oakland, CA Parents: Houston & Gina Major: Technical Sales In 20 years I plan to be: Retired from my profession and financially stable. Favorite food: catfish Favorite movie: Pursuit of Happyness Favorite show: Monk Favorite sports team: Golden State Warriors One thing I couldn’t live without: my family Before each game I like to: pray and give thanks One word that best describes me ON the court: competitive One word that best describes me OFF the court: chill 23


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BYRON FULTON

Byron returns for his sophomore season with the Wildcats after a strong freshman year where he earned Big Sky Freshman of the year honors.

6-7 • 235 Sophomore Forward Phoenix, Arizona

2010-11 (Freshman) Earned Big Sky Conference Freshman of the Year honors for his play during the season...Joins Ryan Jama, Stephan Bachman and Damian Lillard as the only four Wildcats to ever earn Big Sky Freshman of the Year honors...Byron appeared in all 32 games for the Wildcats during the season, one of five players to appear in every game... Started two games during the season...Averaged 19 minutes per game...Averaged 7.0 points and 3.5 rebounds on the season...Scored in double figures 11 times on the year, including a season-high of 17 points in WSU’s win over Sacramento State Jan. 13...Followed that up with 16 points, the next game against Idaho State...Also tied his season-high with nine rebounds in that game against the Bengals and had nine in a win over Portland State Feb. 16...Pulled down five or more rebounds in nine games on the year...Shot 44 percent from the field and 48 percent from three-point land, finishing 24-50 from beyond-the-arc...Shot 71 percent from the free throw line.

Career Highs

2009-10 Sat out the season as a red-shirt freshman after signing with the Wildcats in November 2008.

Points 17, vs. Sacramento St., 01-13-11 Rebounds 9, vs. Idaho State, 01-15-11 Assists 2, three times FG made 7, vs. Ala.-Anchorage, 11-25-10 FT made 5, at Utah, 11-20-10 3PT FG made 4, vs. Idaho State, 01-15-11 Steals 1, two times Blocks 1, two times

Saint Mary’s High School Helped Coach Dave Lopez’s Saint Mary’s High team to the 2009 Arizona 5A-1 state championship...Team won four conference championships during his tenure...Earned All-State honors in 2009... Averaged 16 points and just over 11 rebounds per game as a senior...Comes out of the same high school program which produced NBA players Channing Frye and Jarred Bayless.

Career Statistics Rebounds Year GP-GS Min/Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off Def Total/Avg. PF-D A TO BL ST Pts./Avg. 10-11 32-2 607/19.0 87-196 .444 24-50 .480 27-38 .711 30 82 112/3.5 83-2 19 30 5 7 225/7.0 Total 32-2 607/19.0 87-196 .444 24-50 .480 27-38 .711 30 82 112/3.5 83-2 19 30 5 7 225/7.0

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Birthdate: Sept. 15, 1990 Birthplace: Phoenix, AZ Hometown: Phoenix, AZ Parents: Shawn & Carol Major: Business Dream vacation: Phoenix Favorite food: steak Favorite movie: Forrest Gump Favorite TV show: Jersey Shore In 20 years I plan to be: chillin’ Before each game I like to: get shots up One thing I couldn’t live without: 2K basketball I would most like to have dinner with: my family Favorite sports teams: Cardinals, Suns, Diamondbacks One things most people don’t know about me: I love to sing. 25


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JORDAN RICHARSON

Jordan returns for his sophomore season after seeing action in all 32 of WSU’s games last season.

6-1 • 185 Sophomore Guard Lewisville, Texas

Career Highs Points 17, vs. No. Colorado, 01-29-11 Rebounds 4, at No. Arizona, 01-08-11 Assists 5, vs. U. of Southwest, 12-18-10 FG made 5, vs. No. Colorado, 01-29-11 FT made 4, at No. Colorado, 01-22-11 3PT FG made 5, vs. No. Colorado, 01-29-11 Steals 2, two times Blocks 0

2010-11 (Freshman) Played in all 32 games as a true freshman for the Wildcats, one of just five players to play in every game...Averaged 3.2 points and 1.5 assists and played 16.7 minutes per game...Posted a career-high of 17 points in WSU’s thrilling final-second win over Northern Colorado on Jan. 29...In that game he made a career-high five field goals, finishing 5-8 from the field, including 5-6 from three-point land...Also scored nine points in WSU’s home win over Montana State...Averaged 1.5 assists per game, with a seasonhigh five assists coming against the University of the Southwest on Dec. 18...Shot 33 percent from three-point land and was 25-27 from the free throw line, a team-best 92.6 percent...Made his final 17 free throw attempts on the season. West/Lewisville High School His junior season at Lewisville High, he averaged 13.5 points and 4.5 assists and was named First Team All-District Class 5A...Originally from Lewisville, Texas, his family moved to Tracy, California where he played his senior season...Had an outstanding season at West High in Tracy under Coach Derek Spriekle...Averaged nearly 27 points per game and set a school record for most points in a single game with 46...Committed early to the Wildcats in November 2009. Personal Full name is Jordan Rashad Richardson...Was born Sept. 21, 1991 in Lewisville, Texas...Is majoring in Technical Sales at Weber State.

Career Statistics Rebounds Year GP-GS Min/Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off Def Total/Avg. PF-D A TO BL ST Pts./Avg. 10-11 32-0 535/16.7 29-106 .274 19-57 .333 25-27 .926 4 39 43/1.3 35-0 49 34 0 15 102/3.2 Total 32-0 535/16.7 29-106 .274 19-57 .333 25-27 .926 4 39 43/1.3 35-0 49 34 0 15 102/3.2

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Birthdate: Sept. 21, 1991 Birthplace: Lewisville, TX Hometown: Lewisville, TX Major: Technical Sales Favorite food: spaghetti Favorite movie: Love and Basketball Favorite sports team: Dallas Mavericks I would most likely have dinner with: Meagan Good I came to Weber State because: basketball

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KYLE TRESNAK

Kyle returns for his sophomore season after seeing action in all 32 of WSU’s games last season.

6-10 • 255 Sophomore Center Scottsdale, Arizona

Career Highs Points 19, vs. U. of Southwest, 12-18-10 Rebounds 11, vs. U. of Southwest, 12-18-10 Assists 3, vs. Col. Christian, 11-16-10 FG made 6, vs. U. of Southwest, 12-18-10 FT made 7, vs. U. of Southwest, 12-18-10 3PT FG made 0 Steals 1, two times Blocks 2, vs. U. of Southwest, 12-18-10

2010-11 (Freshman) Played in all 32 games for the Wildcats as a true freshman, one of just five players to play in every game...Averaged 3.6 points and 2.2 rebounds per game while playing 11.6 minutes a game...Posted a season-high of 19 points in WSU’s win over the University of the Southwest on Dec. 18...In that game he was 6-10 from the field, 7-8 from the line and pulled down a season-high 11 rebounds in 21 minutes of action for his first career double-double...Scored points in 24 of WSU’s 32 games....Was second on the Wildcat team in field goal percentage at 52.7 percent. Horizon High School Played under Coach Paul Long at Scottsdale’s Horizon High School...Helped lead his team to the Desert Valley Region championship for the first time in 20 years...Named Second Team All-State and First Team All-Region...Leaves Horizon as the school’s career leader in rebounds and blocked shots. Personal Full name is Kyle Jonathan Tresnak... Last name is pronounced: TRESS-nak...Was born Feb. 25, 1992 in Scottsdale, Ariz...Parents are Frank and Ellen Tresnak...Is majoring in Business Management at Weber State...Signed with the Wildcats in November of 2009.

Career Statistics Rebounds Year GP-GS Min/Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off Def Total/Avg. PF-D A TO BL ST Pts./Avg. 10-11 32-0 372/11.6 49-93 .527 0-0 .000 16-29 .552 32 37 69/2.2 70-3 5 19 6 6 114/3.6 Total 32-0 372/11.6 49-93 .527 0-0 .000 16-29 .552 32 37 69/2.2 70-3 5 19 6 6 114/3.6

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Birthdate: Feb. 25, 1992 Birthplace: Scottsdale, AZ Hometown: Scottsdale, AZ Major: Business Management Dream vacation: anywhere I can fish Favorite food: buffalo wings Favorite TV show: The Office Favorite sports team: Phoenix Suns I came to Weber State because: great coaches and great school Before each game I like to: listen to music One word that best describes me ON the court : focused One word that best describes me OFF the court : goofy One thing most people don’t know about me: I grew a foot in high school. 29


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DAVION BERRY

Davion comes to Weber State after transferring from Cal State Monterrey Bay. Per NCAA transfer rules he will sit out this season as a red-shirt and will have two seasons of eligibility with the Wildcats beginning in 2012-13. Davion comes to the Wildcats from Oakland, California, the same hometown as teammates Damian Lillard and Frank Otis.

6-4 • 185 Junior Guard/Forward Hayward, CA

Cal State Monterrey Bay Played two seasons at Cal State Monterrey Bay, a Division II school in Seaside, California...In two years with the Otters he averaged 18.3 points and 4.1 rebounds per game and twice earned All-Conference First Team honors...As a sophomore in 2010-11 was named to the 2011 Daktronics All-American Second Team, the only non-senior to earn All-American honors...Finished the season ranked fifth in all of Division II in scoring at 23.7 points per game...Scored 20 or more points in 18 of his 26 games during the season, including a career-high 41 points against Cal State Bernardino...Also averaged 5.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists, and 1.3 steals per game, while shooting 42 percent from the field and 40 percent from three-point land...Shot 80.3 percent from the free throw line and led the nation in free throw attempts with 295...As a freshman during the 2009-10 season, he played in 26 games and started 15 contests...Averaged 12.9 points and 3.2 rebounds per game, while shooting 43.6 percent from the field...Was also selected as the CCAA Freshman of the Year and earned First Team All-Conference honors....Played AAU basketball for Raymond Young of the Oakland Rebels, the same AAU program as Damian Lillard.

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Hayward High School Berry is originally from Hayward, California where he attended Hayward High School. In high school he was the named the team MVP as a senior and was an All-League First Team selection. He led Hayward High to a 21-9 record his senior season. Personal

Birthdate: Nov. 1, 1991 Full name is Davion Lamont Berry....Was born Nov. 1, 1991 in Oakland... Is majoring in Technical Sales at Weber State...Is a big sports fan and a Birthplace: Oakland, CA fan of the Oakland Raiders and Detroit Pistons. Major: Technical Sales Dream vacation: China Favorite food: chicken Favorite TV show: Basketball Wives Favorite movie: Home Alone Favorite sports teams: Pistons In 20 years I plan to be: on an island with millions Before each game I like to: listen to music One thing most people don’t know aboutWEBER me: I love baseball. 2011 STATE FOOTBALL 30

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FRANK OTIS

Frank “Mook” Otis will be a junior for the Wildcats this season. He sat out last season after transferring to Weber State form Southern Methodist University.

6-6 • 220 Junior Forward Oakland, CA

2010-11 Sat out the season after transferring to Weber State from SMU. Southern Methodist University Played two seasons at SMU...As a sophomore in 2009-10 he played in 29 games and started two games...Averaged 2.1 points and 3.1 rebounds per game...Shot 54.8 percent from the field...Played in all 16 Conference-USA games...Had five points, five rebounds, and a career-best five assists with a steal and a block in 20 minutes of playing time against UAB on Jan. 16...Scored six points and had six rebounds in his secondstraight start against North Carolina Central on Jan. 9...Pulled down a career-high nine rebounds against Huston-Tillotson. As a freshman in 2008-09 he played in all 29 games and started 11 games...Averaged 2.4 points and 2.2 rebounds in 13.9 minutes per game of playing time...Shot 49 percent from the field and led the team in steals six times and blocks three times...Had a career-high eight points on 3-4 shooting and pulled down five rebounds against UTSA.

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Birthdate: March 11, 1990 Birthplace: Richmond, CA Major: Technical Sales Dream vacation: Jamaica Favorite food: BBQ Favorite TV show: Meet the Browns Favorite movie: See No Evil, Hear No Evil Favorite sports teams: Warriors, 49ers In 20 years I plan to be: rich I came to Weber State because: It’s the best place on earth. Before each game I like to: visualize One thing I couldn’t without: 2011 WEBER STATElive FOOTBALL my family WEBERSTATESPORTS.COM

McClymonds High School Graduated from McClymonds High School in Oakland where he played for Coach Dwight Nathaniel...Comes from the same high school that produced Bill Russell, Frank Robinson and Antonio Davis...Was ranked 22nd overall in California by Goldenstatepreps.com...As a senior he averaged 17 points and 10 rebounds and was named First Team All-State after helping his team win the state title...As a junior he helped lead the team to the Oakland Athletic League title and the Division I state championships game while averaging 14.5 points, 13 boards, and two assists as the team finished 28-4... Was named All-State, All-Northern California, First Team All-Oakland Athletic League, Team Co-MVP, and All-Tournament at the Modesto Holiday Classic and the Valley Christian Classic. Personal Was born March 11, 1990 in Richmond, Calif...Full name is Frank Louis Otis III...Nickname is Mook...Parents are Frank and Joy Otis...Has one sister, Brittany, and two brothers, Lawrence and Nadarius...Is majoring in Technical Sales at Weber State.

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JAMES HAJEK

James will be a red-shirt freshman for the Wildcats this season after sitting out the year last season.

2010-11

Sat out the season as a red-shirt freshman after signing with the Wildcats in April 2010... Was sought out by many Division I programs.

Skutt Catholic High School

6-10 • 250 R-Freshman Center Omaha, NE

Played under Coach Jon Burt at Skutt Catholic High in Omaha, Nebraska...Team placed second in state for the 2009-10 season...Holds the school’s career season and career records in blocked shots...Ranks third in school history in rebounds and set a singleseason rebounding mark as a senior.

Personal

Full Name is James William Hajek...Last name is pronounced: HIGH-EK...Was born Nov. 6, 1992...Parents are Jerry and Elizabeth...His father served 24 years in the U.S. Army...Lived in Germany for three years...Is majoring in Business.

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Birthdate: Nov. 6, 1992 Birthplace: Ft. Riley, Kansas Major: Business Dream vacation: Fenway Park - Boston Favorite food: Steak Favorite TV show: Dexter Favorite movie: Miracle Favorite sports teams: KC Royals I came to Weber State because: of the coaching staff and I fit in well with my teammates. One thing I couldn’t live without: Nebraska Cornhusker football One things most people don’t know 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL about me: I love country music 32

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MIKE BROWN

Mike joins Weber State as a freshman from Wasatch High School in Heber City, Utah...He helped lead Wasatch to back-to-back 3A state titles and is a two-time state MVP.

6-2 • 175 Freshman Guard Heber City, UT

Wasatch High School Graduated in 2011 from Wasatch High School in Heber City, Utah, the same high school as WSU senior Darin Mahoney...Played for Coach Norm Hayter at Wasatch... Was named Utah 3A MVP by The Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News...Averaged 19.1 points per game as a senior and helped lead Wasatch to a 23-2 record and the state championship...Scored a single-game high of 32 points...As a junior he also led Wasatch to the state title, averaging 17.1 points and 4.5 assists per game...Was third in 3A in scoring...Was named Co-MVP of 3A as a junior by The Salt Lake Tribune and was a 1st All-State member from the Deseret News...Led the Wasps to a 24-1 record as a junior...Also played soccer for the first time as a senior at Wasatch and helped lead the team to the state title and earned First Team All-State honors as a defender...Signed with the Wildcats in November 2010.

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Personal Was born Oct. 30, 1992 in Detroit, Michigan...Full name is Michael Allen Brown...Parents are Allen and Jennifer Brown...Plans on majoring in Athletic Training at Weber State...Favorite food is Mexican and favorite pro sports team is the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Birthdate: Oct. 30, 1992 Birthplace: Heber City, UT Major: Athletic Training Dream vacation: Europe Favorite food: Mexican Favorite TV show: ESPN News In 20 years I plan to be: married with a good job I came to Weber State because: I want to be a part of a great basketball team. Before each game I like to: listen to peaceful music and read. One thing I couldn’t live without: my family & friends 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL One thing most people don’t know about me: I was a baby model. WEBERSTATESPORTS.COM

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SHAI FIELDS

Shai (Shy) Fields will be a freshman guard with the Wildcats this season, coming to Weber State from Houston, Texas. He will red-shirt this season with the Wildcats.

Yates High School

Was highly recruited out of high school...Played at Pearland High School as a junior, averaging 17.6 points, three rebounds and two assists per game...Transferred to perennial power Yates High School for his senior season where played under Coach Greg Wise...Earned All-District honor at Yates and scored 41 points in one game.

Personal

6-4 • 170 Freshman Guard/Forward Houston, TX

Full Name Shai Fields...First name is pronounced: Shy...Was born Jan. 29, 1993 in Galveston, Texas...Parents are Charles and Ellenor Fields.

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Birthdate: Jan. 29, 1993 Birthplace: Galveston, Texas Dream vacation: Brazil Favorite food: soul food Favorite TV show: Martin Favorite movie: The Wood Favorite sports teams: Texans I came to Weber State because: The good educational enviroment and a powerhouse basketball program. Before each game I like to: Listen to music One thing I couldn’t live without: IphoneWEBER STATE FOOTBALL 2011 34

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LOGAN FOSTER

Logan will be a freshman and will red-shirt with the Wildcats this year He joins Weber State from Santa Monica High School in Los Angeles, Calif.

Santa Monica High School

Played for Coach Hecht at Santa Monica High School, graduating in 2011...His team won the Ocean League title.

Personal

Birthday is July 1...Was born in Los Angeles...Parents are Mel Foster and Karen Page...Plans on majoring in Business Marketing at Weber State.

6-3 • 160 Freshman Guard Los Angeles, CA

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Birthday: July 1 Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA Major: Business Marketing Dream vacation: Brazil I would most like to have dinner with: Kobe Bryant or Dwayne Wade In 20 years I plan to be: Traveling doing international business. Favorite food: Mac & Cheese Favorite TV show: NBA TV Favorite movie: Fast & Furious Favorite sports teams: Lakers I came to Weber State because: I love WEBER the school and it’s a great place 2011 STATE FOOTBALL to be. WEBERSTATESPORTS.COM

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RYAN VAN PELT

Ryan joins the Wildcats as a freshman from Lindon, Utah. He will sit out this season as a red-shirt. He is one of three players on this year’s roster from Utah.

Timpanogos High School

Graduated from Timpanogos High School in Orem, Utah where he played for coach Nate Crandall...Earned First Team All-Conference honors as a senior and was also a First Team All-Valley selection...Received All-State honors and was named to the Deseret News Honorable Mention 4A All-State Team...Averaged 15 points and 10 rebounds per game for the Timberwolves and led his team to the Utah State 4A playoffs...Also played AAU basketball for Utah Pump N’Run.

6-10 • 200 Freshman Forward/Center Lindon, UT

Personal

Full name is Ryan Van Pelt...Was born March 7, 1993 in Bountiful, Utah...Parents are Dane & Patti Van Pelt and Cindy Van Pelt...Plans on majoring in Mechanical Engineering at Weber State.

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Birthdate: March 7, 1993 Birthplace: Bountiful, UT Major: Mechanical Engineering Dream vacation: Australia I would most like to have dinner with: Larry Bird Favorite food: chicken alfredo Favorite TV show: Seinfeld Favorite movie: Forever Strong Favorite sports teams: Boston Celtics I came to Weber State because: I had the opportunity to play basketball. One thing I couldn’t live without: cell phone 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL 36

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GELAUN WHEELWRIGHT

Gelaun will be a freshman guard for the Wildcats this season. He comes to WSU from Corona, California where he was one of the top high school players in the area.

Centennial High School

6-1 • 195 Freshman Guard Los Angeles, CA

Was heavily recruited out of high school and was one of the top high school players in the Los Angeles area...Played at Centennial High School for Coach Josh Giles...As a junior he averaged 18.4 points and 2.3 rebounds per game and helped lead his team to the Big 8 championships and a third place finish at the Max Preps Torrey Pines Classic in San Diego...Was named 2nd Team All-CIF and All-Big 8, and was a First Team All-Big 8 Academic Team member...As a senior he averaged 18.7 points and 4.3 rebounds per game while leading Centennial to a 30-5 overall record and a 14-0 league record.

Personal

Full name is Ge’laun Garrett Wheelwright...Nickname is G or Laun...Was born June 26, 1993 in Los Angeles...Parents are Gary Wheelwright and Cathy Garrett...Comes from the same high school as Barrinton Collins, a freshman running back for the Wildcat football team.

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Birthdate: June 26, 1993 Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA Dream vacation: Brazil I would most like to have dinner with: Meagan Good Favorite food: soul food Favorite TV show: Martin Favorite movie: The Wood Favorite sports teams: Lakers I came to Weber State because: of the coaches and players. One thing most people don’t know about me: I am a great cook. 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL WEBERSTATESPORTS.COM

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2010-11 SEASON RESULTS AND STATS 2010-11 Weber State Men's Basketball Weber State Combined Team Statistics (as of Oct 25, 2011) All games

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01 15 04 03 55 25 30 44 05 02 40

Player

LILLARD,Damian HUGHEY,Lindsey BAMFORTH,Scott BULLINGER,Kyle MORRIS,Trevor FULTON,Byron MAHONEY,Darin TRESNAK,Kyle RICHARDSON,Jordan PORTER,B.J. DAVIS,Blake Team Total.......... Opponents......

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game Score by Periods Weber State Opponents

OVERALL 18-14 11-5 7-9

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

gp-gs

9-9 32-32 31-23 32-32 32-32 32-2 31-30 32-0 32-0 18-0 14-0

283 997 883 928 819 607 775 372 535 178 48

32 32

6425 6425

31.4 31.2 28.5 29.0 25.6 19.0 25.0 11.6 16.7 9.9 3.4

WSU 2243 70.1 +3.1 766-1707 .449 256-623 .411 8.0 455-602 .756 14.2 1072 33.5 +0.9 401 12.5 408 12.8 -1.0 1.0 177 5.5 91 2.8 75753 13-5827 -

1st 2nd 1033 1194 1006 1120

OT 16 18

49-112 134-316 117-252 117-262 121-222 87-196 45-100 49-93 29-106 17-39 1-9

.438 .424 .464 .447 .545 .444 .450 .527 .274 .436 .111

OPP 2144 67.0 725-1719 .422 221-607 .364 6.9 473-669 .707 14.8 1042 32.6 364 11.4 376 11.8 1.0 196 6.1 100 3.1 67027 16-3380 3-4314 Totals 2243 2144

19-55 50-132 78-160 54-126 0-2 24-50 0-5 0-0 19-57 11-29 1-7

.345 .379 .488 .429 .000 .480 .000 .000 .333 .379 .143

AWAY 6-10 4-4 2-6

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

% % %

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60-70 80-107 66-77 71-103 73-99 27-38 34-44 16-29 25-27 3-7 0-1

Date 11-13-10 11-16-10 11-20-10 11-25-10 11-26-10 11-27-10 12-04-10 12-11-10 12-16-10 12-18-10 12-21-10 12-29-10 12-31-10 01-08-11 01-13-11 01-15-11 01-20-11 01-22-11 01-29-11 02-03-11 02-05-11 02-10-11 02-12-11 02-16-11 02-18-11 02-22-11 02-26-11 03-02-11 03-05-11 03-08-11 03.11.11 03-16-11

.857 .748 .857 .689 .737 .711 .773 .552 .926 .429 .000

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6 28 8 35 50 30 55 32 4 0 0 31 766-1707 .449 256-623 .411 455-602 .756 279 725-1719 .422 221-607 .364 473-669 .707 302

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NEUTRAL 1-2 0-0 1-2

Rebounds def tot avg

32 138 56 166 87 82 105 37 39 12 6 33 793 740

38 166 64 201 137 112 160 69 43 12 6 64 1072 1042

pf dq

4.2 23 5.2 68 2.1 50 6.3 85 4.3 122 3.5 83 5.2 80 2.2 70 1.3 35 0.7 16 0.4 3

a

33 81 88 63 25 19 26 5 49 8 4

to blk stl

28 88 55 54 51 30 32 19 34 14 1 2 33.5 635 18 401 408 32.6 542 - 364 376

Opponent at Utah State COLORADO CHRISTIAN at Utah at Alaska Anchorage vs Arizona State vs Drake SEATTLE at Southern Utah at Tulsa U.OF SW BRIGHAM YOUNG at Montana State at Montana at Northern Arizona SACRAMENTO STATE IDAHO STATE at Portland State at Northern Colorado NORTHERN COLORADO MONTANA MONTANA STATE NORTHERN ARIZONA at Eastern Washington PORTLAND STATE at San Jose State at Idaho State at Sacramento State EASTERN WASHINGTON EASTERN WASHINGTON vs Montana at Saint Mary's (CA) at Oregon

0 0 0 2 9 2 2 3 0 0 0

L W L W L W W W Lot W L L L W W W L L W W W W W W L W W L W L L L

2 4 2 3 32 5 34 6 0 3 0

14 44 17 25 11 7 35 6 15 2 1

pts

avg

177 398 378 359 315 225 124 114 102 48 3

19.7 12.4 12.2 11.2 9.8 7.0 4.0 3.6 3.2 2.7 0.2

91 177 2243 100 196 2144

70.1 67.0

Score 65-77 97-73 75-90 86-54 58-59 82-81 65-61 77-71 79-81 94-54 66-72 72-75 56-75 68-67 84-71 71-67 69-71 46-65 72-71 68-52 78-58 82-55 80-68 80-58 46-62 63-39 73-70 59-75 79-70 40-57 54-77 59-68

Att. 9014 3919 7836 4909 5038 5404 4390 2704 4609 4697 10453 3267 4606 703 4688 7124 928 2299 7505 5759 6159 5310 1122 5805 1243 2115 855 6261 3683 2500 3500 4375

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Opponent

at Utah State COLORADO CHRISTIAN at Utah at Alaska Anchorage vs Arizona State vs Drake SEATTLE at Southern Utah at Tulsa U.OF SW BRIGHAM YOUNG at Montana State at Montana at Northern Arizona SACRAMENTO STATE IDAHO STATE at Portland State at Northern Colorado NORTHERN COLORADO MONTANA MONTANA STATE NORTHERN ARIZONA at Eastern Washington PORTLAND STATE at San Jose State at Idaho State at Sacramento State EASTERN WASHINGTON EASTERN WASHINGTON vs Montana at Saint Mary's (CA) at Oregon Weber State Opponents

Date

11-13-10 11-16-10 11-20-10 11-25-10 11-26-10 11-27-10 12-04-10 12-11-10 12-16-10 12-18-10 12-21-10 12-29-10 12-31-10 01-08-11 01-13-11 01-15-11 01-20-11 01-22-11 01-29-11 02-03-11 02-05-11 02-10-11 02-12-11 02-16-11 02-18-11 02-22-11 02-26-11 03-02-11 03-05-11 03-08-11 03.11.11 03-16-11

Total fg-fga

Score

65-77 97-73 75-90 86-54 58-59 82-81 65-61 77-71 79-81 94-54 66-72 72-75 56-75 68-67 84-71 71-67 69-71 46-65 72-71 68-52 78-58 82-55 80-68 80-58 46-62 63-39 73-70 59-75 79-70 40-57 54-77 59-68

L W L W L W W W Lot W L L L W W W L L W W W W W W L W W L W L L L

2243 2144

23-54 32-57 22-60 35-59 18-53 26-49 20-53 24-51 28-59 33-66 22-58 24-56 18-49 27-54 31-57 23-55 26-52 15-44 21-49 26-48 28-50 26-47 26-53 31-58 17-49 22-54 27-56 22-45 21-50 12-56 19-47 21-59

766-1707 725-1719

Games played: 32 Points/game: 70.1 FG Pct: 44.9 3FG Pct: 41.1 FT Pct: 75.6

3-Pointers pct 3fg-fga pct

.426 .561 .367 .593 .340 .531 .377 .471 .475 .500 .379 .429 .367 .500 .544 .418 .500 .341 .429 .542 .560 .553 .491 .534 .347 .407 .482 .489 .420 .214 .404 .356

9-20 10-18 5-19 9-20 7-22 10-18 5-18 5-14 11-27 11-29 10-24 7-19 5-15 8-17 7-22 13-28 9-18 7-22 11-21 3-10 12-19 12-21 9-14 8-18 4-17 5-15 10-20 6-15 7-19 4-20 5-13 12-31

.449 256-623 .422 221-607

.450 .556 .263 .450 .318 .556 .278 .357 .407 .379 .417 .368 .333 .471 .318 .464 .500 .318 .524 .300 .632 .571 .643 .444 .235 .333 .500 .400 .368 .200 .385 .387

Free throws ft-fta pct

10-17 23-26 26-30 7-11 15-18 20-26 20-28 24-31 12-15 17-22 12-16 17-22 15-21 6-9 15-19 12-19 8-12 9-14 19-25 13-15 10-14 18-20 19-21 10-13 8-9 14-19 9-13 9-13 30-40 12-15 11-18 5-11

.411 455-602 .364 473-669

.588 .885 .867 .636 .833 .769 .714 .774 .800 .773 .750 .773 .714 .667 .789 .632 .667 .643 .760 .867 .714 .900 .905 .769 .889 .737 .692 .692 .750 .800 .611 .455 .756 .707

off

6 10 14 8 9 8 11 15 7 11 10 9 7 6 10 11 7 4 5 2 8 8 12 8 2 9 9 7 14 10 8 14

279 302

Rebounds def tot

25 27 15 27 21 17 25 20 27 36 31 30 24 18 26 28 25 23 24 25 21 31 26 34 23 31 24 22 22 21 23 21

31 37 29 35 30 25 36 35 34 47 41 39 31 24 36 39 32 27 29 27 29 39 38 42 25 40 33 29 36 31 31 35

avg

31.0 34.0 32.3 33.0 32.4 31.2 31.9 32.2 32.4 33.9 34.5 34.9 34.6 33.9 34.0 34.3 34.2 33.8 33.5 33.2 33.0 33.3 33.5 33.8 33.5 33.7 33.7 33.5 33.6 33.5 33.5 33.5

pf

28 15 32 25 13 16 14 24 27 23 17 20 21 22 15 20 18 22 17 14 17 17 18 18 15 24 19 25 19 18 20 22

a t/o blk stl

11 16 7 24 10 16 12 9 15 15 11 10 8 17 13 15 15 11 11 9 13 17 18 13 12 10 16 9 13 4 12 9

12 10 16 12 12 11 13 17 19 17 16 14 11 10 10 12 12 16 8 9 8 17 8 10 13 8 14 23 11 10 16 13

1 2 2 5 0 2 4 1 4 5 7 2 3 1 1 2 2 1 3 2 1 1 4 4 2 5 2 7 5 3 3 4

3 9 11 10 4 7 4 6 4 7 7 2 3 4 4 2 2 6 4 9 3 11 3 5 3 10 4 8 8 6 3 5

pts

65 97 75 86 58 82 65 77 79 94 66 72 56 68 84 71 69 46 72 68 78 82 80 80 46 63 73 59 79 40 54 59

avg

65.0 81.0 79.0 80.8 76.2 77.2 75.4 75.6 76.0 77.8 76.7 76.3 74.8 74.3 74.9 74.7 74.4 72.8 72.7 72.5 72.8 73.2 73.5 73.8 72.6 72.3 72.3 71.8 72.1 71.0 70.5 70.1

793 1072 33.5 635 401 408 91 177 2243 70.1 740 1042 32.6 542 364 376 100 196 2144 67.0

Rebounds/game: 33.5 Assists/game: 12.5 Turnovers/game: 12.8 Assist/turnover ratio: 1.0 Steals/game: 5.5 Blocks/game: 2.8

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2010-11 INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME STATS 2010-11 Weber State Men's Basketball Weber State Points-Rebounds-Assists (as of Dec 01, 2011) All games

Opponent

at Utah State COLORADO CHRISTIAN at Utah at Alaska Anchorage vs Arizona State vs Drake SEATTLE at Southern Utah at Tulsa U.OF SW BRIGHAM YOUNG at Montana State at Montana at Northern Arizona SACRAMENTO STATE IDAHO STATE at Portland State at Northern Colorado NORTHERN COLORADO MONTANA MONTANA STATE NORTHERN ARIZONA at Eastern Washington PORTLAND STATE at San Jose State at Idaho State at Sacramento State EASTERN WASHINGTON EASTERN WASHINGTON vs Montana at Saint Mary's (CA) at Oregon

Opponent

Date

Score

11-13-10 11-16-10 11-20-10 11-25-10 11-26-10 11-27-10 12-04-10 12-11-10 12-16-10 12-18-10 12-21-10 12-29-10 12-31-10 01-08-11 01-13-11 01-15-11 01-20-11 01-22-11 01-29-11 02-03-11 02-05-11 02-10-11 02-12-11 02-16-11 02-18-11 02-22-11 02-26-11 03-02-11 03-05-11 03-08-11 03.11.11 03-16-11

65-77 97-73 75-90 86-54 58-59 82-81 65-61 77-71 79-81 94-54 66-72 72-75 56-75 68-67 84-71 71-67 69-71 46-65 72-71 68-52 78-58 82-55 80-68 80-58 46-62 63-39 73-70 59-75 79-70 40-57 54-77 59-68

Date

Score

01 LILLARD,DA

02 PORTER,BJ

03 BULLINGER,

04 05 BAMFORTH,S RICHARDSON

30 MAHONEY,DA

40 DAVIS,BLAK

44 TRESNAK,KY

55 MORRIS,TRE

28-4-2 25-4-2 28-4-3 11-2-5 12-3-5 31-6-5 15-7-3 22-6-3 5-2-5 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

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

at Utah State 11-13-10 65-77 L COLORADO CHRISTIAN 11-16-10 97-73 W at Utah 11-20-10 75-90 L at Alaska Anchorage 11-25-10 86-54 W vs Arizona State 11-26-10 58-59 L vs Drake 11-27-10 82-81 W SEATTLE 12-04-10 65-61 W at Southern Utah 12-11-10 77-71 W at Tulsa 12-16-10 79-81 L U.OF SW 12-18-10 94-54 W BRIGHAM YOUNG 12-21-10 66-72 L at Montana State 12-29-10 72-75 L at Montana 12-31-10 56-75 L at Northern Arizona 01-08-11 68-67 W SACRAMENTO STATE 01-13-11 84-71 W IDAHO STATE 01-15-11 71-67 W at Portland State 01-20-11 69-71 L at Northern Colorado 01-22-11 46-65 L NORTHERN COLORADO 01-29-11 72-71 W MONTANA 02-03-11 68-52 W MONTANA STATE 02-05-11 78-58 W NORTHERN ARIZONA 02-10-11 82-55 W at Eastern Washington 02-12-11 80-68 W PORTLAND STATE 02-16-11 80-58 W at San Jose State 02-18-11 46-62 L at Idaho State 02-22-11 63-39 W at Sacramento State 02-26-11 73-70 W EASTERN WASHINGTON 03-02-11 59-75 L EASTERN WASHINGTON 03-05-11 79-70 W vs Montana 03-08-11 40-57 L 2011 WEBER STATE at Saint Mary's (CA) 03.11.11FOOTBALL 54-77 L at Oregon 03-16-11 59-68 L

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2-3-2 9-8-1 4-2-1 8-4-3 0-6-0 2-3-1 4-4-0 19-8-1 8-7-0 3-7-0 5-7-0 4-4-0 2-6-2 2-5-1 2-3-0 DNP 0-2-0 2-6-1 6-6-2 4-2-0 0-2-0 6-3-2 4-7-1 0-6-1 4-6-0 2-6-2 2-4-1 5-6-1 8-8-1 0-2-0 3-9-0 4-8-2

DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 9-1-1 12-3-2 3-1-1 3-0-0 3-1-0 3-0-1 3-0-1 0-2-0 0-0-0 3-1-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 2-0-0 DNP 5-0-0 0-0-2 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP 2-3-0 DNP

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

7-4-0 7-5-0 2-3-1 10-7-1 6-2-1 3-1-0 8-6-2 10-8-0 4-7-3 5-1-1 12-13-2 13-9-0 10-6-3 18-2-2 15-9-3 14-8-1 13-8-2 6-7-4 13-6-4 13-8-1 9-3-0 18-14-6 17-7-4 22-6-2 10-2-1 17-6-2 12-9-5 13-6-2 26-9-4 4-7-0 6-3-4 16-9-2

7-6-0 4-1-3 5-2-0 8-5-0 2-3-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 7-4-0 19-11-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 6-2-0 6-1-0 4-3-0 2-3-1 4-1-0 0-1-0 4-1-0 2-1-0 2-2-0 2-5-0 0-0-0 4-5-1 3-0-0 2-0-0 4-2-0 2-2-0 7-3-0 0-0-0 6-0-0 2-1-0

2-2-1 20-4-1 7-0-0 8-1-2 15-1-0 22-0-6 10-2-0 0-0-3 DNP 8-2-2 17-2-2 14-4-2 8-1-1 14-2-7 0-4-4 9-2-5 20-2-6 19-4-2 12-4-4 5-1-5 18-2-3 27-0-1 17-0-6 19-6-4 7-3-4 11-2-2 17-3-2 5-2-2 13-3-5 10-2-0 7-1-5 17-2-1

0-0-3 5-1-3 6-1-2 6-2-4 0-2-1 0-0-1 1-2-3 0-1-0 0-1-1 3-2-5 0-1-0 4-1-2 7-3-2 0-4-4 1-0-0 6-3-0 0-2-1 7-0-1 17-2-0 4-1-1 9-3-1 2-1-3 3-1-1 3-2-1 3-0-1 4-0-2 3-1-2 0-0-0 2-1-1 6-3-1 0-2-1 0-0-1

15 HUGHEY,LIN

4-5-3 14-2-4 12-5-0 14-8-5 13-4-3 2-4-3 8-4-4 5-2-2 20-5-3 17-7-3 15-6-4 21-10-3 5-5-0 12-2-2 27-4-3 18-5-5 15-5-4 2-1-1 8-1-1 9-7-2 15-9-7 13-6-2 16-8-3 12-5-4 9-3-2 18-15-2 15-8-2 21-4-2 10-3-1 7-4-0 9-5-1 12-4-0

25 FULTON,BYR

7-0-0 0-4-0 11-5-0 14-4-2 2-3-0 14-4-0 3-2-0 14-5-0 11-2-0 13-6-0 6-4-1 5-3-2 5-1-0 0-1-0 17-7-1 16-9-2 2-5-1 4-0-0 2-1-0 14-2-0 8-2-2 3-3-2 13-3-0 3-9-0 0-7-2 3-1-0 14-5-2 4-2-1 0-4-0 5-3-1 8-2-0 4-3-0

8-3-0 13-4-2 0-2-0 4-1-2 8-5-0 8-3-0 16-7-0 7-1-0 15-3-2 14-4-0 8-3-1 8-7-1 10-5-0 13-3-0 15-5-1 6-7-1 15-3-1 3-4-1 10-7-0 17-4-0 17-6-0 9-6-1 10-7-3 12-2-0 10-4-0 6-3-0 6-1-2 9-6-1 13-2-1 8-8-2 13-6-0 4-5-3

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WEBER STATE MEN’S BASKETBALL HISTORY AND RECORDS

DAVID PATTEN

JIMMY DEGRAFFENRIED

EDDIE GILL

RICO WASHINGTON

RUBEN NEMBHARD

JIMMIE WATTS


WEBER STATE MEN’S BASKETBALL HISTORY Big Sky Regular Season Championships Year 1964-65 1965-66 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72

Overall 22-3 20-5 21-6 27-3 20-7 21-6 18-11

BSC 8-2 8-2 12-3 15-0 12-3 12-2 10-4

Year Overall 1972-73 20-7 1975-76 21-11 1978-79 25-9 1979-80 26-3 1982-83(tie) 23-8 1983-84 23-8 1993-94(tie) 20-10

BSC 13-1 9-5 10-4 13-1 10-4 12-2 10-4

Year Overall 1994-95 21-9 1998-99 25-8 2002-03 26-6 2006-07(tie) 20-12 2008-09 21-10 2009-10 20-11

BSC 11-3 13-3 14-0 11-5 15-1 13-3

NCAA Tournament Appearances

Year Round Opponent 1967-68 1st Round vs. New Mexico State 1968-69 1st Round vs. Seattle Regional vs. Santa Clara Regional vs. New Mexico State 1969-70 1st Round vs. Cal State Long Beach 1970-71 1st Round vs. Cal State Long Beach 1971-72 1st Round vs. Hawaii Regional vs. UCLA Regional vs. San Francisco 1972-73 1st Round vs. Cal State Long Beach 1977-78 1st Round vs. Arkansas 1978-79 1st Round vs. New Mexico State 2nd Round vs. Arkansas 1979-80 1st Round vs. Lamar 1982-83 1st Round vs. Washington State 1994-95 1st Round vs. Michigan State 2nd Round vs. Georgetown 1998-99 1st Round vs. North Carolina 2nd Round vs. Florida 2002-03 1st Round vs. Wisconsin 2006-07 1st Round vs. UCLA

Big Sky MVP’s

Weber State Men’s Basketball Hall of Fame Members

Year Player 1994-95 Ruben Nembhard Kenny Barrett 1995-96 Jimmy Degraffenried Bruce Collins 1998-99 Harold Arceneaux Lynn Corbridge 1999-00 Harold Arceneaux Jimmy Degraffenried 2002-03 Jermaine Boyette Stuart “Monk” Halliday 2006-07 David Patten Todd Harper 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL 2008-09 Kellen McCoy Allen Holmes 2009-10 Damian Lillard David Johnson 42

Result Site L 57-68 Salt Lake City, UT W 75-73 Las Cruses, NM L 59-63(ot) Los Angeles, CA W 58-56 Los Angeles, CA L 73-92 Provo, UT L 66-77 Logan, UT W 91-64 Pocatello, ID L 58-90 Provo, UT L 64-74 Provo, UT L 75-88 Logan, UT L 52-73 Eugene, OR W 81-78(ot) Lawrence, KS L 63-74 Lawrence, KS L 86-87 Ogden, UT L 52-62 Boise, ID W 79-72 Tallahassee, FL L 51-53 Tallahassee, FL W 76-74 Seattle, WA L 74-81(ot) Seattle, WA L 74-81 Spokane, WA L 42-70 Sacramento, CA

Phil Johnson Bruce Larson Mark Mattos Stan Mayhew Neil McCarthy Dick Motta Jon O’Dell Mike Sivulich

Brady Small Willie Sojourner Justus Thigpen Jerry Trice Gene Visscher Stan Watts

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS YEAR HEAD COACH RECORD BIG SKY 1962-63 Dick Motta 22-4 ------ 1963-64 Dick Motta 17-8 7-3 1964-65 Dick Motta 22-3 8-2 1965-66 Dick Motta 20-5 8-2 1966-67 Dick Motta 18-7 5-5 1967-68 Dick Motta 21-6 12-3 1968-69 Phil Johnson 27-3 15-0 1969-70 Phil Johnson 20-7 12-3 1970-71 Phil Johnson 21-6 12-2 1971-72 Gene Visscher 18-11 10-4 1972-73 Gene Visscher 20-7 13-1 1973-74 Gene Visscher 14-12 8-6 1974-75 Gene Visscher 11-15 6-8 1975-76 Neil McCarthy 21-11 9-5 1976-77 Neil McCarthy 20-8 11-3 1977-78 Neil McCarthy 19-10 9-5 1978-79 Neil McCarthy 25-9 10-4 1979-80 Neil McCarthy 26-3 13-1 1980-81 Neil McCarthy 8-19 5-9 1981-82 Neil McCarthy 15-13 6-8 1982-83 Neil McCarthy 23-8 10-4 1983-84 Neil McCarthy 23-8 12-2 1984-85 Neil McCarthy 20-9 9-5 1985-86 Larry Farmer 18-11 7-7 1986-87 Larry Farmer 7-22 4-10 1987-88 Larry Farmer 9-21 6-10 1988-89 Denny Huston 17-11 9-7 1989-90 Denny Huston 14-15 8-8 1990-91 Denny Huston 12-16 7-9 1991-92 Ron Abegglen 16-13 10-6 1992-93 Ron Abegglen 20-8 10-4 1993-94 Ron Abegglen 21-9 11-3 1994-95 Ron Abegglen 21-9 11-3 1995-96 Ron Abegglen 20-10 10-4 1996-97 Ron Abegglen 15-13 9-7 1997-98 Ron Abegglen 14-13 12-4 1998-99 Ron Abegglen 25-8 13-3 1999-00 Joe Cravens 18-10 10-6 2000-01 Joe Cravens 15-14 8-8 2001-02 Joe Cravens 18-11 8-6 2002-03 Joe Cravens 26-6 14-0 2003-04 Joe Cravens 15-14 7-7 2004-05 Joe Cravens 14-16 7-7 2005-06 Joe Cravens 10-17 4-10 2006-07 Randy Rahe 20-12 11-5 2007-08 Randy Rahe 16-14 10-6 2008-09 Randy Rahe 21-10 15-1 2009-10 Randy Rahe 20-11 13-3 2010-11 Randy Rahe 18-14 11-5 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL Total 49 seasons 891-520 (.631) 455-234 (.660)

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FINISH -----2nd 1st t1st t3rd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 3rd 5th t1st 2nd 3rd 1st 1st t5th t4th t1st 1st 3rd t4th 8th 8th 5th t5th t5th t3rd t2nd t1st t1st t2nd t4th 2nd 1st t4th t4th 3rd 1st t2nd 5th t7th t1st 3rd 1st 1st 3rd

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WILDCAT HEAD COACHES DICK MOTTA

1962-68 (6 seasons) Overall: 120-33 (.784) Big Sky: 40-15 (.727) 3 Big Sky titles

PHIL JOHNSON 1968-71 (3 seasons) Overall: 68-16 (.810) Big Sky: 39-5 (.886) 3 Big Sky titles

GENE VISSCHER 1971-75 (4 seasons) Overall: 63-45 (.583) Big Sky: 37-19 (.661) 2 Big Sky titles

NEIL MCCARTHY 1975-85 (10 seasons) Overall: 200-98 (.671) Big Sky: 94-46 (.671) 4 Big Sky titles

LARRY FARMER 1985-88 (3 seasons) Overall: 34-54 (.386) Big Sky: 17-27 (.386)

DENNY HOUSTON 1988-91 (3 seasons) Overall: 43-42 (.506) Big Sky: 25-25 (.521)

RON ABEGGLEN 1991-99 (8 seasons) Overall: 152-83 (.647) Big Sky: 86-34 (.717) 3 Big Sky titles

JOE CRAVENS

1999-06 (7 seasons) Overall: 116-88 (.569) Big Sky: 58-44 (.568) 1 Big Sky title

RANDY RAHE

2006-pres. (5 seasons) Overall: 95-61 (.609) Big Sky: 60-20 (.750) 3 Big Sky titles

ALL - TIME WEBER STATE COACHING RECORDS

Avg. Avg. Coach Years / Seasons Games Won Lost %% Titles Wins Losses Dick Motta................... 1962-68. ................ 6............ 153 120 33 .784. .......3........ 120 33 .784.. 20.00 5.50. 33 .784... 5.50 .7 Phil Johnson................ 1698-71. ................ 3.............. 84 68 16 .810. .......3........ .810 22.66 5.33. 5.33 Gene Visscher............. 1971-75. ................ 4............ 108 63 45 .583. .......2........ 63 45 .583.. 15.75 11.25. 45 .583... 11.25.58 Neil McCarthy.............. 1975-85. .............. 10............ 298 200 98 .671. .......5........ 200 98 .671.. 20.00 9.80 . 98 .671... 9.80 .. .6 Larry Farmer............... 1985-88. ................ 3.............. 88 34 54 .386. .......0........ .386 11.33 18.00. 18.00 Denny Huston............. 1988-91. ................ 3.............. 85 43 42 .506. .......0........ .506 14.33 14.00. 14.00 Ron Abegglen............. 1991-99. ................ 8............ 235 152 83 .647. .......3........ 152 83 .647.. 19.00 10.37. 83 .647... 10.37 .6 Joe Cravens................ 1999-06. ................ 7............ 204 116 88 .569. .......1........ 116 88 .569.. 16.57 12.57. 88 .569... 12.57 .5 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL RANDY RAHE........2006-pres. /. /............... 5............ 156 95 61 .609. .......3........ 95 61 .609.. 19.00 12.20. 61 .609... 12.20.60 TOTAL.................... 1962-2011 /. ./............ 49......... 1,411 891 520 .631. ......20....... 891 520 .631.. 18.18 10.61. 520 .631... 10.61 . 44

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YEAR-BY-YEAR GAME RESULTS DICK MOTTA WALLY NALDER 120-33 13-13 / 40-15/ 1-5 BSC BSC 6 seasons 3 seasons 1962-63

Result W 89-55 W 74-52 L 62-78 W 74-64 W 76-68 W 81-72 W 92-82 W 83-73 W 91-88 W 83-67 W 99-56 L 74-75 W 89-79 W 89-79 W 96-69 W 86-78 W 88-68 W 88-80 W 80-69 W 92-85 W 98-72 L 75-84 W 85-79 W 102-95 L 93-112 W 66-63

^ Chico State Invitational - Chico, CA # Northwest Nazarene Tournament - Nampa, ID

1963-64

Overall: 17-8 Big Sky: 7-3, 2nd Date Opponent 11-30 at Idaho State 12-06 at Cal State-Los Angeles 12-13 at Eastern Montana 12-14 at Eastern Montana 12-16 at Westminster 12-20 Western Montana 12-21 Chico State 12-27 ^ vs. Western Montana 12-28 ^ at Carrol College 12-30 Whitworth 01-03 * at Idaho State 01-09 * Idaho 01-15 * at Montana 01-16 * at Montana State 01-23 * at Gonzaga 01-25 * at Idaho 02-01 * Idaho State 02-07 Southern Colorado 02-08 Southern Colorado 02-13 at Southern Colorado 02-14 at Southern Colorado 2011 WEBER STATE 02-22 * Gonzaga 02-27 Westminster

W 91-84 W 83-78

^ Carroll College Tournament - Anaconda, MT

1964-65

Overall: 22-3 Big Sky: 8-2, 1st

Overall: 22-4 Independent Date Opponent 11-30 ^ vs. Alameda State 12-01 ^ vs. College of Idaho 12-03 at Nevada 12-07 at Carrol College 12-08 at Carrol College 12-12 Idaho State 12-19 Gonzaga 12-21 at Western Montana 12-28 # vs. Eastern Oregon 12-29 # vs. Central Washington 01-02 Westminster 01-05 at College of Idaho 01-19 Montana 01-25 Eastern Montana 01-26 Eastern Montana 01-30 Cal State Fullerton 02-02 Fort Lewis 02-07 at New Mexico Highlands 02-09 at Fort Lewis 02-12 at Westminster 02-14 Northwest Nazarene 02-23 at Montana 02-25 at Carrol College 02-26 at Carrol College 03-02 at Cal State Fullerton 03-04 at San Diego

03-05 * Montana State 03-07 * Montana

Date Opponent 12-02 Eastern Montana 12-03 Chico State 12-05 at Wyoming 12-12 at Chico State 12-18 Southern Colorado 12-19 Carroll College 12-28 Fresno State 12-30 at Portland State 01-01 at Whitworth 01-04 * Idaho 01-09 * Idaho State 01-11 at Westminster 01-15 Portland State 01-22 * at Montana 01-23 * at Montana State 01-25 at Eastern Montana 01-28 St. Joseph’s (NM) 02-02 Westminster 02-06 Western Montana 02-12 * Montana 02-13 * Montana State 02-20 * at Idaho State 02-27 * at Idaho 03-01 * at Gonzaga 03-04 * Gonzaga

1965-66

Overall: 20-5 Big Sky: 8-2, t1st

Date Opponent 12-01 Chico State 12-04 Eastern Montana 12-11 Cal State-Los Angeles Result 12-14 at Texas Western L 79-92 12-16 at Southern Colorado L 108-120 12-18 Westminster W 79-63 12-29 Northern Illinois W 88-77 01-07 * at Idaho W 112-109 (ot) 01-08 * at Gonzaga W 105-71 01-15 Portland State W 116-62 01-22 * Idaho State W 101-81 01-27 at Northern Arizona W 90-85 01-31 at Portland State W 120-84 02-02 at Seattle L 81-84 02-07 Wisconsin-Milwaukee W 103-83 02-11 * at Montana State L 62-74 02-12 * at Montana L 69-89 02-14 at Western Montana W 77-72 02-18 * Idaho W 86-77 02-19 * Gonzaga W 104-88 02-21 Southern Colorado L 89-97 02-25 * at Idaho State W 100-83 02-26 Northern Arizona L 79-79 03-04 * Montana State L 81-106 03-05 * Montana FOOTBALL W 87-73 W 101-63

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Result W 99-81 W 88-62 L 75-89 W 82-61 W 88-75 W 81-57 W 95-90 W 74-57 W 107-69 W 105-71 W 64-55 W 96-72 W 100-54 L 74-75 W 83-72 W 85-80 W 91-75 W 106-81 W 83-55 W 98-75 W 101-84 W 79-75 W 106-103(ot) L 68-77 W 86-67

Result W 83-68 W 88-76 W 101-73 L 63-74 L 84-94 W 90-65 W 106-93 W 100-96 L 71-87 W 79-71 W 114-92 W 115-113(4ot) W 80-71 L 82-95 W 104-94 W 105-91 L 66-84 W 79-72 W 100-98 W 90-79 W 100-93 W 102-92 W 99-88 W 100-76 W 106-82

1966-67

Overall: 18-7 Big Sky: 5-5, t3rd Date Opponent 12-01 Chapman College 12-03 Pepperdine 12-05 Eastern Montana 12-08 at Eastern Montana 12-12 at Arizona 12-13 at Northern Arizona 12-17 Fresno State 12-19 U. of Albuquerque 12-26 Cal State-Hayward 12-29 ^ Northern Illinois 12-30 ^ Cal State-Los Angeles 01-13 * at Montana 01-14 * at Montana State 01-17 Seattle 01-21 at Texas Western 01-23 Southern Colorado 01-28 * Idaho State 02-03 Northern Arizona 02-10 * Gonzaga 02-11 * Idaho 02-18 * at Idaho State 02-24 * Montana 02-25 * Montana State 03-03 * at Gonzaga 03-04 * at Idaho

^ Golden Spike Invitational - Ogden, UT

Result W 100-54 W 104-96(ot) W 102-65 W 76-69 L 57-62 W 90-78 W 84-74(ot) W 106-95 W 102-65 W 96-94 W 112-96 W 72-70 L 63-79 W 86-72 L 38-72 W 114-78 W 99-84 W 78-76 W 81-78 L 67-68 L 84-86 W 96-77 L 67-79 L 67-71 W 77-70

1967-68

Overall: 21-6 Big Sky: 12-3, 1st Date Opponent 12-01 at Colorado State 12-04 at Arizona 12-14 Pan American 12-15 Hawaii 12-27 ^ Indiana State 12-28 ^ Southwest Louisiana 01-05 * Montana 01-06 * Montana 01-08 * Montana State 01-15 Seattle 01-19 * at Idaho State 01-20 * at Idaho State 01-22 Colorado State 01-27 at Northern Arizona 02-02 at Seattle 02-09 * at Gonzaga 02-10 * at Gonzaga 02-12 * at Idaho 02-16 * Idaho 02-17 * Idaho 02-19 * Gonzaga 02-24 * Idaho State 02-26 Northern Arizona 03-01 * at Montana State 03-02 * at Montana State 03-04 * Montana 03-09 # vs. New Mexico State

Result W 71-61 L 67-73 W 85-79 W 68-57 W 71-66 W 88-81 L 67-74 W 75-51 W 94-61 W 80-72 W 87-75 W 94-72 W 88-73 W 68-65 L 65-76 W 84-62 W 72-51 L 67-71(ot) W 81-62 W 74-53 W 81-60 W 108-73 W 103-72 L 63-70 W 85-50 W 83-63 L 57-68

^ Golden Spike Tournament - Ogden, UT # NCAA Tournament First Round - Salt Lake City, UT

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YEAR-BY-YEAR GAME RESULTS PHIL JOHNSON 68-16 / 39-5 BSC 3 seasons 1968-69

Overall: 27-3 Big Sky: 15-0, 1st Date Opponent 11-30 at West Texas State 12-06 ^ Nevada 12-07 ^ Pepperdine 12-09 at Hawaii 12-13 at Hawaii 12-17 Humboldt State 12-21 at Butler 12-23 at Creighton 01-04 Boise State 01-11 Seattle 01-17 * Montana State 01-18 * Montana State 01-20 * Montana 01-23 at Seattle 01-29 West Texas State 01-31 * Idaho State 02-01 * Idaho State 02-07 * at Idaho 02-08 * at Idaho 02-10 * at Gonzaga 02-14 * Gonzaga 02-15 * Gonzaga 02-17 * Idaho 02-22 * at Idaho State 02-28 * at Montana 03-01 * at Montana 03-03 * at Montana State # vs. Seattle $ vs. Santa Clara $ vs. New Mexico State

^ Golden Spike Tournament - Ogden, UT # NCAA First Round - Las Cruses, NM $ NCAA West Regionals - Los Angeles, CA

1969-70

Overall: 20-7 Big Sky: 12-3, 1st Date Opponent 12-01 Sacramento State 12-03 at Arizona State 12-04 at Arizona 12-11 Southern Colorado 12-13 West Texas State 12-16 Loyola Marymount 12-22 Seattle 01-03 at Boise State 01-09 * Idaho 01-10 * Idaho 01-12 * Gonzaga 01-16 * at Montana State 01-17 * at Montana State 01-19 * at Montana 01-24 at West Texas State 01-31 Boise State 2011 STATE 02-06 * atWEBER Gonzaga 02-07 * at Gonzaga 02-09 * at Idaho

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02-13 * at Idaho State 02-14 * at Idaho State 02-20 * Montana 02-21 * Montana 02-23 * Montana State 02-28 * Idaho State 03-04 at Seattle # vs. Long Beach State # NCAA Tournament - Provo, UT

Result L 77-89 W 75-57 W 73-46 W 81-67 W 72-68 W 97-44 W 91-71 W 89-83 W 90-63 W 76-70 W 71-60 W 86-68 W 91-61 L 62-100 W 92-76 W 82-66 W 75-68 W 63-53 W 63-61 W 83-80(ot) W 94-67 W 91-73 W 85-61 W 94-75 W 96-72 W 95-77 W 86-84 W 75-73 L 59-63(ot) W 58-56

L 77-85 W 70-65(ot) W 58-51 W 104-61 W 80-55 L 85-87(ot) W 79-72 L 73-92

1970-71

Overall: 21-6 Big Sky: 12-2, 1st Date Opponent 12-01 West Texas State 12-11 ^ at San Francisco 12-12 ^ vs. California 12-19 Portland 12-23 Fresno State 12-28 + vs. Eastern Kentucky 12-29 + at Evansville 01-02 * Montana 01-04 * Montana State 01-09 * at Northern Arizona 01-15 Seattle 01-18 * at Idaho State 01-21 at Seattle 01-23 at Portland 01-28 * at Boise State 01-30 * Northern Arizona 02-01 at West Texas State 02-06 * Boise State 02-08 * Idaho State 02-13 * at Idaho 02-15 * at Gonzaga 02-18 * Idaho 02-20 * Gonzaga 02-23 at Utah State 02-27 * at Montana 03-01 * at Montana State # vs. Long Beach State

^ Cable Car Classic - San Francisco, CA + Evansville Classic - Evansville, IN # NCAA Tournament - Logan, UT

Result W 73-63 W 79-65 L 65-75 W 81-58 W 87-73 W 83-76 W 70-65 W 85-64 W 87-63 W 90-69 W 106-77 L 65-67 L 70-74 W 100-72 W 91-57 W 91-50 L 67-70(ot) W 77-61 W 81-74 L 54-69 W 69-64(ot) W 65-41 W 86-65 W 63-62 W 82-57 W 96-80 L 66-77

GENE VISSCHER 63-45 / 37-19 BSC 4 seasons

Result W 59-53 W 59-57 L 68-72 1971-72 L 70-73 Overall: 18-11 W 97-78 Big Sky: 10-4, 1st W 87-64 L 66-75 Date Opponent W 78-75 12-02 Augustana College W 83-63 12-07 West Texas State W 84-59 12-09 Midwestern State W 120-72 12-11 Cal Poly Ponoma W 73-70 12-15 Evansville W 66-52 12-18 at Oregon W 85-80 12-20 at Oregon State W 75-68 12-28 ^ vs. Southern Illinois W 92-81 12-29 ^ vs. Baylor FOOTBALL W 43-41 01-06 * Gonzaga L 66-67 01-08 * Idaho W 67-60

01-13 at Utah State 01-15 * at Northern Arizona 01-22 at West Texas State 01-25 * Northern Arizona 01-28 * at Idaho State 01-29 * at Boise State 02-03 * Idaho State 02-05 * Boise State 02-11 * at Montana State 02-12 * at Montana 02-17 * Montana State 02-19 * Montana 02-25 * at Gonzaga 02-26 * at Idaho 03-01 at Utah State # vs. Hawaii $ vs. UCLA $ vs. San Francisco

W 69-67 L 74-82 L 77-87(ot) W 86-68 L 63-67 W 49-43 W 89-75 W 80-62 W 62-49 L 60-62 W 68-53 W 71-60 L 68-76 W 82-56 L 65-67 W 91-64 L 58-90 L 64-74

^ Las Vegas Holiday Classic - Las Veags, NV # NCAA Tournament First Round - Pocatello, ID $ NCAA West Regionals - Provo, UT

1972-73

Overall: 20-7 Big Sky: 13-1, 1st Date Opponent 12-02 Wisconsin-Stout 12-04 Loyola Marymount 12-07 at Utah 12-09 at Evansville 12-11 at Southern Illinois 12-14 Northern Illinois 12-20 Cal State Hayward 12-29 ^ vs. Pacific 12-30 ^ vs. Louisiana State 01-04 * Montana 01-06 * Montana State 01-11 at Utah State 01-18 * at Northern Arizona 01-20 at Fresno State 01-25 * Boise State 01-27 * Idaho State 02-02 * at Boise State 02-03 * at Idaho State 02-08 * Idaho 02-10 * Gonzaga 02-12 * Northern Arizona 02-16 * at Idaho 02-17 * at Gonzaga 02-23 * at Montana 02-24 * at Montana State 02-28 Utah State # vs. Long Beach State

Result W 84-58 W 84-74 W 81-70 W 76-71 L 70-82 W 95-66 W 89-79 L 68-75 L 80-82 W 61-48 W 86-63 L 75-81 L 63-69 L 75-79(ot) W 81-69 W 75-54 W 81-69 W 56-52 W 68-57 W 68-60 W 93-72 W 80-70 W 70-65 W 67-56 W 66-57 W 75-67 L 75-88

^ Utah State Big Blue Classic - Logan, UT # NCAA Tournament First Round - Logan, UT

Result W 93-68 W 70-64 W 79-67 W 54-41 W 97-79 L 67-69 L 75-82 W 95-87 L 72-82 W 84-48 W 106-50

1973-74

Overall: 14-12 Big Sky: 8-6, 3rd Date Opponent 11-30 at BYU 12-03 Trinity (Texas) 12-04 Doane College 12-08 at Colorado State 12-13 Cal State Northridge 12-22 Rocky Mountain College

Result L 76-77 W 65-55 W 68-52 L 68-75 W 73-67 W 96-64

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YEAR-BY-YEAR GAME RESULTS 12-26 ^ vs. Oral Roberts 12-28 ^ vs. Virginia Tech 12-29 ^ at Oklahoma City 01-04 * at Gonzaga 01-05 * at Idaho 01-10 * Idaho State 01-12 * Boise State 01-17 * at Northern Arizona 01-19 at San Jose State 01-24 at Utah State 01-26 * Northern Arizona 02-01 * at Idaho State 02-02 * at Boise State 02-08 * at Montana State 02-09 * at Montana 02-14 * Montana State 02-16 * Montana 02-21 * Gonzaga 02-23 * Idaho 02-27 Utah State

L 79-82 W 79-74 L 66-76 L 58-66 W 78-73 L 67-71(ot) W 66-49 W 71-56 L 59-64 L 64-87 W 66-54 W 66-64 L 42-44 L 58-63 L 69-88 W 60-49 L 61-62 W 73-61 W 77-55 W 89-87(2ot)

^ All College Basketball Tournament - Oklahoma City, OK

1974-75

Overall: 11-15 Big Sky: 6-8, 5th Date Opponent 12-06 BYU 12-10 at Air Force 12-13 ^ vs. West Virginia 12-14 ^ vs. Army 12-16 Colorado State 12-21 Western Montana 12-27 + vs. Loyola Marymount 12-28 + at Long Beach State 01-03 * at Montana 01-04 * at Montana State 01-11 Oral Roberts 01-13 at Northern Illinois 01-18 * at Northern Arizona 01-22 at Utah State 01-25 * Northern Arizona 01-31 * at Boise State 02-01 * at Idaho State 02-06 * Boise State 02-08 * Idaho State 02-13 * Idaho 02-15 * Gonzaga 02-21 * at Idaho 02-22 * at Gonzaga 02-27 * Montana 03-01 * Montana State 03-05 Utah State

Result W 76-63 L 49-56 L 80-82 W 70-59 W 67-58 W 103-69 W 75-72 L 54-58 L 48-68 W 85-74 L 89-91 L 86-87 L 76-80 L 66-92 L 76-77 L 76-81 W 67-59 L 76-80 L 55-56 W 81-72 W 75-67 W 71-65 L 60-67 L 59-62 W 78-74 L 70-72(ot)

NEIL MCCARTHY 200-98 / 94-46 BSC 10 seasons 1975-76

Overall: 21-11 Big Sky: 9-5, t1st Date Opponent 11-29 San Jose State 12-03 at Hawaii-Hilo 12-05 at Hawaii 12-08 at Hawaii 12-10 at Chaminade 12-16 Utah 12-20 at BYU 12-22 Carroll College 12-26 ^ vs. Austin Peay 12-27 ^ vs. Mercer 01-03 at Utah 01-08 * Gonzaga 01-10 * Idaho 01-12 Long Beach State 01-15 Oral Roberts 01-17 * at Northern Arizona 01-21 at Utah State 01-24 * Northern Arizona 01-30 * at Idaho State 01-31 * at Boise State 02-05 * Idaho State 02-07 * Boise State 02-13 * at Montana State 02-14 * at Montana 02-16 Air Force 02-19 * Montana State 02-21 * Montana 02-24 Utah State 02-27 * at Gonzaga 02-28 * at Idaho 03-05 # Northern Arizona 03-06 # Boise State

^ Evansville Holiday Tournament - Evansville, IN # Big Sky Tournament - Ogden, UT

1976-77

^ Far West Classic - Portland, OR # Big Sky Tournament - Pocatello, ID

Result W 96-75 W 75-74 L 73-76 W 72-67 L 79-105 L 81-88(ot) W 61-49 W 64-57 L 54-75 W 87-54 W 83-72 W 96-83 W 97-73 W 89-76 W 86-57 W 66-57 L 71-85 W 66-57

W 80-73 W 84-52 W 84-72 W 98-81 L 61-62 L 62-75 W 105-87 W 69-68 L 55-61

1977-78

Overall: 19-10 Big Sky: 9-5, 3rd Date Opponent 11-29 Long Beach State 12-03 Loyola Marymount 12-05 Midwestern State 12-10 Utah State 12-14 UC Davis 12-17 at Oregon State 12-20 Utah 12-27 at Utah 12-30 Sacramento State 01-03 at BYU 01-06 * at Gonzaga 01-07 * at Idaho 01-09 Chico State 01-14 * at Northern Arizona 01-17 at Utah State 01-21 * Northern Arizona 01-26 * Idaho State 01-28 * Boise State 02-03 * at Idaho State 02-04 * at Boise State 02-10 * at Montana State 02-11 * at Montana 02-16 * Montana State 02-18 * Montana 02-23 * Gonzaga 02-25 * Idaho # vs. Idaho State # at Montana $ vs. Arkansas

# Big Sky Tournament - Missoula, MT $ NCAA Tournament - Eugene, OR

Overall: 20-8 Big Sky: 11-3, 2nd

Date Opponent 11-27 BYU ^ Utah Ute Classic - Salt Lake City, UT 11-29 Utah + International City Classic - Long Beach, CA 12-06 Oregon State 12-10 at Utah State 12-18 at Long Beach State 12-23 at Utah 12-27 ^ vs. Oregon State 12-28 ^ vs. Saint Louis 12-30 ^ vs. North Carolina 01-04 Cal State Northridge 01-06 * Montana 01-08 * Montana State 01-15 * Northern Arizona 01-18 Utah State 01-24 Cal State-Stanislaus 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL 01-28 * at Boise State 01-29 * at Idaho State 02-03 * Boise State

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Result W 98-82 W 89-72 L 68-83 L 88-106 W 128-70 W 88-87(ot) L 80-89 W 91-59 W 75-72 W 78-71 L 77-88 W 84-59 W 80-65 W 60-55 W 83-80 L 71-76 L 74-75 W 95-77 L 58-75 W 97-87 W 71-70 L 69-71 L 80-88 L 60-69 W 82-67 W 84-79 W 82-67 W 80-65 W 81-62 W 72-64 W 63-58 L 70-77(2ot)

02-05 * Idaho State 02-10 * Idaho 02-12 * Gonzaga 02-18 * at Idaho 02-19 * at Gonzaga 02-25 * at Montana 02-26 * at Montana State # vs. Gonzaga # at Idaho State

Result W 99-96(ot) W 70-64 W 107-72 W 84-79(ot) W 95-65 L 72-74(ot) W 71-61 L 88-98 W 82-73 L 76-81 L 76-78 W 72-63 W 76-57 W 73-72 L 65-74 W 78-66 W 68-65 W 84-61 L 67-77 L 70-75 W 83-73 L 52-62 W 90-80 L 56-58(ot) W 80-63 W 86-69 W 84-79 W 62-55(ot) L 52-73

1978-79

Overall: 25-9 Big Sky: 10-4, 1st Date Opponent 11-27 at Alaska-Fairbanks 11-28 at Alaska-Fairbanks 11-30 at Alaska-Anchorage 12-01 at Alaska-Anchorage 12-05 South Dakota State 12-07 at Long Beach State 12-09 Texas Wesleyan 12-11 at Utah 12-14 Eastern Washington 12-16 Utah State 12-20 Seattle 12-23 at Utah State 12-27 ^ vs. East Tennessee State 12-28 ^ at Oklahoma City

Result W 80-57 W 69-63 L 75-77 W 73-71 W 80-50 L 67-69 W 101-63 W 86-81 W 83-65 L 70-76 W 90-60 W 73-64 W 72-58 W 89-74

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YEAR-BY-YEAR GAME RESULTS 12-29 ^ vs. New Mexico State 01-02 Cal State Northridge 01-05 * at Idaho State 01-06 * at Boise State 01-11 * Montana State 01-13 * Montana 01-19 * at Gonzaga 01-20 * at Idaho 01-27 * Northern Arizona 02-01 * Boise State 02-03 * Idaho State 02-09 * at Montana 02-10 * at Montana State 02-15 * Idaho 02-17 * Gonzaga 02-24 * at Northern Arizona 03-02 # Montana 03-03 # Northern Arizona $ vs. New Mexico State $ vs. Arkansas

L 58-63 W 66-52 W 81-70 W 63-62 W 59-51 W 60-46 W 62-61 W 42-39 W 84-67 L 63-70 W 85-68 L 73-78 L 71-74 W 56-45 W 73-66 L 64-66(ot) W 98-71 W 92-70 W 81-78 L 63-74

^ All College Basketball Tournament - Oklahoma City, OK # Big Sky Tournament - Ogden, UT $ NCAA Tournament - Lawrence, KS

1979-80

Overall: 26-3 Big Sky: 13-1, 1st Date Opponent 11-30 at Utah State 12-01 Utah 12-03 Midwestern State 12-06 Utah State 12-08 Puget Sound 12-10 Rhode Island 12-13 at New Mexico 12-15 St. Francis (Ill.) 12-18 at Seattle 12-22 Illinois-Chicago Circle 12-28 ^ vs. Michigan State 12-29 ^ at UNLV 01-04 * Boise State 01-05 * Idaho 01-10 * at Montana State 01-12 * at Montana 01-17 * Northern Arizona 01-19 * Nevada 01-26 * at Idaho State 01-28 * at Idaho 02-02 * at Boise State 02-07 * Montana 02-09 * Montana State 02-14 * at Nevada 02-16 * at Northern Arizona 02-23 * Idaho State 02-29 # Montana State 03-01 # Montana 03-06 $ Lamar ^ Las Vegas Classic - Las Vegas, NV # Big Sky Tournament - Ogden, UT $ NCAA First Round - Ogden, UT

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Result L 84-91(ot) W 91-79 W 74-58 W 79-73 W 110-69 W 82-60 W 80-70 W 96-67 W 80-71 W 92-49 W 63-61 W 79-78 W 66-62(ot) W 42-41(ot) W 77-60 W 51-48 W 73-58 W 91-65 W 83-67 L 45-51 W 79-73(ot) W 74-60 W 94-83 W 57-55 W 28-22 W 81-67 W 93-70 W 50-42 L 86-87

1980-81

Date Opponent 11-22 Simon Fraser 11-28 ^ vs. Pennsylvania 11-29 ^ vs. James Madison 12-01 at Rhode Island 12-04 Utah State 12-06 at Utah 12-09 Gonzaga 12-10 Grand Canyon 12-12 US International 12-20 McNeese State 12-23 BYU 01-03 at Utah State 01-05 Long Beach State 01-08 * at Idaho 01-10 * at Boise State 01-16 * Montana 01-17 * Montana State 01-22 * at Nevada 01-24 * at Northern Arizona 01-31 * at Idaho State 02-06 * Boise State 02-07 * Idaho 02-13 * at Montana State 02-14 * at Montana 02-20 * Northern Arizona 02-21 * Nevada 02-28 * Idaho State

^ Joe Lapchick Tournament - Jamaica, NY

Overall: 23-8 Big Sky: 10-4, t1st Result W 85-76 L 56-68 L 47-49(ot) L 66-79 L 66-81 L 61-76 L 58-61 W 72-57 L 48-56 W 78-63 L 78-85 L 69-82 L 72-77 L 46-57 W 86-66 L 62-69 L 41-50 L 58-65 L 57-58(2ot) L 60-61 L 39-44 W 53-49 L 57-60 L 51-68 W 83-57 W 77-73 W 78-67(4ot)

1981-82

Date Opponent 11-23 Simon Fraser 11-27 Westmont College 11-28 Western Montana 11-30 at Long Beach State 12-03 Wisconsin-Superior 12-05 at Utah 12-10 US International 12-12 Utah State 12-15 at BYU 12-18 Southern Utah 12-19 North Texas State 12-22 at Gonzaga 01-02 at Utah State 01-08 * Montana State 01-09 * Montana 01-15 * at Boise State 01-16 * at Idaho 01-22 * Nevada 01-23 * Northern Arizona 01-30 * at Idaho State 02-05 * at Montana 02-06 * at Montana State 02-12 * Idaho 02-13 * Boise State 02-20 * at Northern Arizona 02-23 * at Nevada 02-27 * Idaho State FOOTBALL 03-05 # at Idaho

Date Opponent 11-15 Simon Fraser 11-26 Gonzaga 11-27 Midwestern State 11-30 Cal State Northridge 12-03 Southern Utah State 12-04 Utah State 12-11 at Pacific 12-13 at Utah 12-16 at Utah State 12-18 New Mexico 12-28 ^ vs. Princeton 12-29 ^ vs. Butler 01-06 BYU 01-13 * Montana 01-15 * Montana State 01-20 * at Idaho 01-22 * at Boise State 01-27 * Northern Arizona 01-29 * at Nevada 01-31 Southwest Louisiana 02-05 * Idaho State 02-10 * at Nevada 02-12 * at Northern Arizona 02-17 * at Montana State 02-19 * at Montana 02-24 * Boise State 02-26 * Idaho 03-05 * at Idaho State 03-11 # vs. Montana 03-12 # at Nevada 03-17 $ vs. Washington State

Result W 94-54 W 66-42 W 95-63 W 73-60 W 84-50 W 83-57 W 56-47 L 52-62 L 62-74 W 52-48 L 39-67 L 50-48 W 84-81(2ot) W 70-63 W 87-75 L 49-59 W 76-68 W 80-58 L 62-64 W 85-59 W 95-65 L 67-69(2ot) W 60-52 W 71-54 W 56-54 W 72-63 W 53-47(ot) L 52-64 W 54-53 W 87-78 L 52-62

^ Lobo Invitational - Albuquerque, NM # Big Sky Tournament - Reno, NV $ NCAA Tournament First Round - Boise, ID

Overall: 15-14 Big Sky: 6-8, t4th

# Big Sky Tournament - Moscow, ID

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1982-83

Overall: 8-19 Big Sky: 5-9, t5th

Result W 90-51 W 83-54 W 73-41 L 67-75 W 78-29 L 67-68(3ot) W 87-65 W 86-61 L 55-63 W 76-59 W 90-82 L 63-65 W 83-78 W 71-56 L 44-47 L 75-76 L 44-59 L 66-67 W 66-65 W 77-67 L 50-61 L 55-69 L 62-71 W 77-67 W 73-61 W 70-69 L 68-71 L 55-57

1983-84

Overall: 23-8 Big Sky: 12-2, 1st Date Opponent 11-25 Pacific 11-26 Southern Utah State 12-01 Eastern Washington 12-03 at Utah State 12-08 Utah 12-10 New Mexico State 12-12 Lamar 12-17 at Gonzaga 12-22 Utah State 12-29 ^ vs. UC Irvine 12-30 ^ vs. Texas 01-03 at Southwest Louisiana 01-07 at BYU 01-12 * Nevada 01-14 * Northern Arizona 01-21 * at Idaho State 01-26 * at Montana 01-28 * at Montana State 02-02 * Idaho 02-04 * Boise State 02-09 * at Northern Arizona 02-11 * at Nevada 02-18 * Idaho State 02-23 * Montana State

Result W 69-57 W 97-60 W 74-63 W 74-73 W 94-83 W 94-71 L 55-58 W 94-84 L 63-69 W 83-65 W 82-67 L 58-69 L 81-86(ot) W 80-62 W 66-54 L 58-62 W 67-59(ot) L 66-69 W 82-57 W 56-55 W 73-63 W 62-56 W 88-71 W 68-59

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YEAR-BY-YEAR GAME RESULTS 02-25 * Montana 03-01 * at Boise State 03-03 * at Idaho 03-06 # Idaho 03-09 # Nevada 03-16 $ Fordham 03-19 $ Southwest Louisiana ^ Utah Classic - Salt Lake City, UT # Big Sky Tournament - Ogden, UT $ NIT Games

W 59-58 W 49-47 W 64-63 W 67-58 L 68-85 W 75-63 L 72-74(2ot)

1984-85

Overall: 20-9 Big Sky: 9-5, 3rd Date Opponent 11-17 Simon Fraser 11-24 Cal State Northridge 11-27 Santa Clara 12-01 Utah State 12-04 at Utah 12-08 BYU 12-14 at Utah State 12-15 Eastern Washington 12-20 at New Mexico State 12-22 at Lamar 12-29 Texas Wesleyan 01-05 SW Louisiana 01-10 * at Nevada 01-12 * at Northern Arizona 01-15 US International 01-21 * Idaho State 01-25 * Montana 01-26 * Montana State 01-30 * at Eastern Washington 02-01 * at Idaho 02-08 * Northern Arizona 02-09 * Nevada 02-16 * at Idaho State 02-22 * at Montana State 02-23 * at Montana 03-01 * Boise State 03-02 * Idaho 03-07 # vs. Idaho State # Big Sky Tournament - Boise, ID

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Result W 88-50 W 81-65 W 89-61 W 77-70 L 59-65 W 87-79 L 83-104 W 98-47 W 62-56 L 51-56 W 98-44 W 89-80 W 76-74 L 68-75 W 90-51 W 85-68 W 95-70 W 79-66 W 61-55 W 94-82 W 87-75 W 77-62 W 102-86 L 66-79 L 58-66 L 69-71 W 96-76 L 78-80

LARRY FARMER 34-54 / 17-27 BSC 3 seasons 1985-86

Overall: 18-11 Big Sky: 7-7, t4th Date Opponent 11-22 Western Oregon State 11-23 Tennessee State 11-25 Southern Utah State 11-29 at Utah State 11-30 Sam Houston State 12-05 Eastern Washington 12-07 Utah 12-14 Utah State 12-21 at Santa Clara 12-23 Wyoming 12-28 at BYU 01-04 at SW Louisiana 01-10 * Idaho 01-11 * Boise State 01-17 * at Montana 01-18 * at Montana State 01-24 * Nevada 01-25 * Northern Arizona 02-01 * at Idaho State 02-07 * at Boise State 02-08 * at Idaho 02-10 * at Eastern Washington 02-14 * Montana State 02-15 * Montana 02-20 * at Northern Arizona 02-22 * at Nevada 03-01 * Idaho State 03-06 # vs. Boise State 03-07 # vs. Montana # Big Sky Tournament - Reno, NV

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# Big Sky Tournament - Flagstaff, AZ

Result W 101-50 W 76-59 W 80-50 W 92-85 W 74-66 W 68-64 W 68-67 W 108-76 W 56-53 W 76-71 L 86-88(ot) L 63-73 W 80-74 W 45-39 L 61-87 L 78-95 W 89-68 L 57-65 L 58-59 L 64-67 W 86-57 L 82-85(ot) W 119-114(2ot) W 95-80 L 64-86 W 81-69 L 62-66 W 79-76 L 68-72

1986-87

Overall: 7-22 Big Sky: 4-10, 8th

Date Opponent 11-28 at Colorado 11-29 at Wyoming 12-01 Cal State Northridge 12-04 Southern Utah State 12-06 at Oregon 12-11 at Utah 12-13 Utah State 12-18 BYU 12-20 at Utah State 12-23 Louisiana Tech 12-29 Miami (Ohio) 01-05 Southern Colorado 01-08 * at Idaho 01-10 * at Boise State 01-15 * Montana 01-17 * Montana State 01-22 * at Nevada 01-24 * at Northern Arizona 01-27 at DePaul FOOTBALL 01-31 * Idaho State 02-05 * Boise State

02-07 * Idaho 02-12 * at Montana State 02-14 * at Montana 02-19 * Northern Arizona 02-21 * Nevada 02-28 * at Idaho State 03-05 # vs. Montana State 03-06 # vs. Nevada

Result L 57-73 L 54-71 W 75-62 L 90-92(ot) L 57-75 L 63-65 L 75-84 L 69-84 L 67-76 L 69-70(ot) L 83-86(ot) W 72-61 L 48-71 L 58-81 W 84-70 L 83-88 L 72-73(ot) L 65-66 L 51-70 W 68-66 L 56-76

W 88-64 L 78-108 L 78-82 W 88-79 L 89-83 L 58-79 W 106-101 L 90-98

1987-88

Overall: 9-21 Big Sky: 6-10, 8th Date Opponent 11-20 ^ at New Mexico 12-04 Cal State Fullerton 12-08 Utah 12-11 + at BYU 12-12 + vs. Idaho State 12-16 DePaul 12-19 Colorado 12-22 Utah State 12-29 at Utah State 01-02 Southern Utah State 01-07 * at Montana 01-09 * at Montana State 01-11 San Diego 01-14 * at Boise State 01-16 * Eastern Washington 01-21 * Nevada 01-23 * Northern Arizona 01-28 * at Eastern Washington 01-29 * at Idaho 02-04 * Montana 02-06 * Idaho State 02-08 at Louisiana Tech 02-18 * Boise State 02-20 * Montana State 02-25 * Idaho 02-26 * at Idaho State 03-03 * at Northern Arizona 03-05 * at Nevada 03-09 # vs. Nevada 03-10 # vs. Idaho State

Result L 72-88 W 81-77 L 63-82 L 71-104 L 71-72 L 65-88 L 69-72 L 93-107 L 69-92 W 103-91 L 57-60 L 77-81 L 44-66 L 56-73 W 89-69 L 68-89 W 80-65 L 64-66 L 57-73 W 67-60 L 58-73 L 55-76 W 60-56 W 80-76(ot) L 68-71 L 69-78 L 67-87 W 89-85 W 96-93(ot) L 57-58

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YEAR-BY-YEAR GAME RESULTS DENNY HOUSTON 43-42 / 25-25 BSC 3 seasons 1988-89

# Big Sky Tournament - Boise, ID

1989-90

Overall: 14-15 Big Sky: 8-8, t5th Date Opponent 11-25 Southern Colorado 11-28 at BYU 12-01 Cal State Northridge 12-14 at US International 12-16 Utah 12-20 at Utah State 12-21 North Texas 12-23 Southern Utah State 12-29 Utah State 01-03 at DePaul 01-04 at Western Michigan 01-11 * Nevada 01-13 * Northern Arizona 01-18 * Idaho State 01-20 * Montana 01-24 * at Eastern Washington 01-26 * at Idaho 02-01 * Idaho 02-03 * at Boise State 02-08 * at Nevada 2011 STATE 02-10 * atWEBER Northern Arizona 02-15 * Eastern Washington 02-17 * at Idaho State

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* at Montana * at Montana State * Montana State * Boise State # vs. Nevada # vs. Eastern Washington

# Big Sky Tournament - Boise, ID

Overall: 17-11 Big Sky: 9-7, 5th Date Opponent 11-26 Southern Utah State 11-28 at Southern Utah State 12-01 BYU 12-03 at Utah State 12-08 at Utah 12-17 Lewis and Clark State 12-19 Utah State 12-22 at Cal State Fullerton 12-30 Saint Martin’s College 01-05 * at Northern Arizona 01-07 * at Nevada 01-12 * Idaho State 01-14 * Montana State 01-19 * at Boise State 01-21 * Idaho 01-26 * at Idaho 01-27 * at Eastern Washington 02-02 * Northern Arizona 02-03 * Nevada 02-09 * at Montana State 02-11 * at Montana 02-17 * Boise State 02-18 * at Idaho State 02-23 * Eastern Washington 02-25 * Montana 03-04 at Akron 03-09 # vs. Nevada 03-10 # at Boise State

02-22 02-24 03-01 03-03 03-08 03-09

Result W 81-65 W 78-73 W 80-78 L 93-106 L 63-66 W 102-81 W 75-74 W 88-77 W 101-54 W 62-50 L 90-92 W 85-77 W 78-64 W 60-59 L 78-81 L 55-79 L 63-66 W 96-71 W 98-94 W 81-77 W 76-66 L 53-58 L 71-77 W 82-73 L 59-65 L 50-92 W 69-61 L 60-71

L W W W W L

63-65 91-74 91-74 77-74(ot) 75-66 67-83

1990-91

Overall: 12-16 Big Sky: 7-9, t5th Date Opponent 11-24 Prairie View A&M 11-26 Southern Utah 11-29 BYU 12-01 at North Texas 12-13 at Utah State 12-17 at Utah 12-19 Utah State 12-22 at Saint Mary’s 12-29 Cal State Northridge 01-03 Western Washington 01-05 at Cal State Northridge 01-10 * Eastern Washington 01-12 * Idaho 01-18 * Nevada 01-19 * Idaho State 01-23 * at Montana 01-25 * at Montana State 01-31 * Montana State 02-02 * at Boise State 02-07 * at Idaho 02-09 * at Eastern Washington 02-14 * Montana 02-16 * at Idaho State 02-21 * at Northern Arizona 02-23 * at Nevada 03-01 * Boise State 03-02 * Northern Arizona 03-07 # vs. Idaho # Big Sky Tournament - Missoula, MT

Result W 117-79 W 92-88 L 57-69 L 64-71 L 62-77 L 52-68 L 72-82 L 69-80 W 69-61 W 102-83 W 61-59 W 88-80 L 74-78 L 68-71 L 74-75 L 60-72 W 97-90 W 84-75 W 76-65 L 56-58 W 73-72 L 67-79 L 96-99(ot) W 93-77 L 64-70 L 63-80 W 119-69 L 54-60

RON ABEGGLEN 152-83 / 86-34 BSC 8 seasons

Result W 69-61 L 65-81 W 67-51 L 82-86 1991-92 L 62-64 L 52-70 Overall: 16-13 W 96-69 Big Sky: 10-6, t3rd W 66-65 L 62-64 Date Opponent Result L 47-55 11-22 Saint Mary’s L 71-74 W 47-46 11-26 Gonzaga W 79-77 W 54-53 11-29 ^ Virginia Military W 83-65 W 67-49 11-30 ^ The Citadel W 108-74 W 86-68 12-07 Utah State L 78-92 L 51-65 12-14 at Southern Utah L 89-102 L 79-81(ot) 12-16 Oral Roberts W 115-80 L 62-76 12-21 at BYU L 68-81 W 74-57 12-23 at Minnesota L 52-92 L 46-48 12-28 Utah W 72-59 L 71-79 12-30 at Utah State L 72-84 FOOTBALL L 58-67 01-02 * at Montana L 60-62 W 77-66 01-04 * at Montana State W 81-60 W 54-52

01-09 * Nevada 01-11 * Northern Arizona 01-16 * at Boise State 01-18 * at Idaho 01-23 * at Eastern Washington 02-01 * Idaho State 02-06 * Montana State 02-08 * Montana 02-13 * at Northern Arizona 02-15 * at Nevada 02-20 * Idaho 02-22 * Boise State 02-29 * Eastern Washington 03-07 * at Idaho State 03-12 # vs. Idaho State 03-13 # vs. Nevada

^ Weber State Military Classic - Ogden, UT # Big Sky Tournament - Missoula, MT

L 78-92 W 96-61 W 89-83 W 80-76 L 68-71 W 80-77 W 89-81(ot) L 73-77 W 92-75 L 68-87 W 62-59 W 62-60 W 109-67 L 82-88 W 92-74 L 83-92

1992-93

Overall: 20-8 Big Sky: 10-4, t2nd Date Opponent 12-01 BYU-Hawaii 12-04 ^ at Purdue 12-05 ^ vs. Eastern Illinois 12-08 BYU 12-12 Utah State 12-15 Southern Utah 12-19 at San Diego 12-22 Denver 12-29 + vs. Texas 12-30 + vs. Alaska-Anchorage 01-05 Lewis-Clark State 01-09 Portland 01-14 * Idaho State 01-16 * Boise State 01-21 * at Montana 01-23 * at Montana State 01-28 * Idaho 01-30 * Eastern Washington 02-06 * at Northern Arizona 02-11 * at Boise State 02-13 * at Idaho State 02-18 * Montana State 02-20 * Montana 02-27 * at Eastern Washington 03-01 * at Idaho 03-06 * Northern Arizona 03-11 # vs. Montana State 03-12 # vs. Boise State

Result W 98-80 L 64-85 W 61-51 W 83-77(ot) W 85-80 W 73-62 W 87-73 W 90-75 L 96-104 L 71-80 W 67-54 W 86-69 W 91-80 L 67-68 L 61-68 W 71-65 W 67-66 W 64-57 W 74-70 L 75-92 L 89-94 W 84-79 W 74-66 W 83-73 W 75-63 W 100-79 W 91-72 L 63-69

^ Purdue Boilermaker Invitational - West Lafayette, IN + All-College Tournament - Oklahoma City, OK # Big Sky Tournament - Moscow, ID

1993-94

Overall: 20-10 Big Sky: 10-4, t1st Date Opponent 11-24 ^ vs. North Carolina State 11-26 ^ vs. Purdue 11-27 ^ at Alaska-Anchorage 12-01 Central Washington 12-04 Utah 12-07 at Utah State

Result W 94-80 L 78-97 W 91-82 W 79-59 W 98-85 W 87-86

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YEAR-BY-YEAR GAME RESULTS 12-10 + vs. Pepperdine 12-11 + at Baylor 12-15 Oregon Tech 12-18 at Portland 12-20 US Coast Guard 12-21 at BYU 12-30 Purdue 01-03 San Diego 01-05 at Gonzaga 01-13 * at Idaho State 01-15 * at Boise State 01-20 * Montana 01-22 * Montana State 01-27 * at Idaho 01-29 * at Eastern Washington 02-05 * Northern Arizona 02-11 * Boise State 02-13 * Idaho State 02-17 * at Montana State 02-19 * at Montana 02-24 * Eastern Washington 02-26 * Idaho 03-05 * at Northern Arizona 03-11 # at Boise State

^ Great Alaska Shootout - Anchorage, AK + Dr. Pepper Invitational - Waco, TX # Big Sky Tournament - Boise, ID

W 66-63 L 64-66 W 100-68 W 97-81 W 116-76 L 79-92 L 73-108 W 89-78 L 74-79 L 73-94 L 67-73 W 97-91(3ot) W 84-75 W 90-88(ot) W 100-68 W 79-71 W 79-68 W 102-88(ot) L 81-85 W 84-75 W 87-60 W 81-69 L 76-78 L 72-84

1994-95

Overall: 21-9 Big Sky: 11-3, t1st Date Opponent 11-28 Lewis-Clark State 12-01 ^ vs. Delaware 12-03 ^ vs. Wagner 12-05 UC Davis 12-10 at Utah 12-16 + vs. Old Dominion 12-17 + vs. Baylor 12-21 BYU 12-23 at Wyoming 12-28 at Purdue 01-03 Southern Utah 01-06 BYU-Hawaii 01-12 * Montana State 01-14 * Montana 01-19 * at Boise State 01-21 * at Idaho State 01-26 * Idaho 01-28 * Eastern Washington 02-04 * at Northern Arizona 02-09 * at Montana 02-11 * at Montana State 02-16 * Idaho State 02-18 * Boise State 02-23 * at Eastern Washington 02-25 * at Idaho 03-04 * Northern Arizona 03-10 # Idaho State 03-11 # Montana 03-17 $ vs. Michigan State 03-19 $ vs. Georgetown ^ + # $

Gaucho Classic - Santa Barbara, CA Hawaii Nike Classic - Honolulu, HI Big Sky Tournament - Ogden, UT NCAA Tournament - Tallahassee, FL

2011 WEBER STATE

Result W 74-65 L 70-82 W 83-57 W 86-59 L 54-71 L 86-94(ot) W 109-84 W 101-66 L 56-58 L 75-89 W 94-85 W 101-66 W 86-80 L 87-92 W 65-61 L 70-86 W 73-56 W 72-59 W 72-63 W 57-54 W 79-75 W 89-73 W 72-68 W 83-74 L 70-71 W 85-67 W 71-65 W 84-62 W 79-72 L 51-53

1995-96

Date Opponent 11-15 ^ at Fresno State 11-17 ^ at Michigan 12-01 + vs. Texas Southern 12-02 + at Colorado State 12-06 Utah 12-09 at Pepperdine 12-12 at BYU 12-16 vs. Utah State (SLC) 12-22 Wyoming 12-29 ! vs. Kent State 12-30 ! at Indiana 01-04 Denver 01-06 Alaska-Anchorage 01-12 * at Montana State 01-13 * at Montana 01-18 * Boise State 01-20 * Idaho State 01-25 * at Idaho 01-27 * at Eastern Washington 01-30 at Southern Utah 02-02 * Northern Arizona 02-08 * Montana 02-10 * Montana State 02-14 * at Idaho State 02-17 * at Boise State 02-22 * Eastern Washington 02-24 * Idaho 03-02 * at Northern Arizona 03-08 # vs. Boise State 03-09 # at Montana State ^ + ! #

Result W 102-86 L 62-80 W 100-88 W 66-58 L 60-89 L 88-99 L 86-91 W 81-79(ot) W 85-68 W 79-66 L 62-82 W 95-59 W 108-101 L 71-90 L 77-84 W 75-67 W 93-67 L 83-86 W 119-88 W 78-73 W 89-67 W 97-80 W 94-90 L 70-77 W 64-62 W 106-83 W 86-75 W 101-64 W 77-70 L 70-81

Pre-Season NIT Bank One Ram Classic - Colorado Springs, CO Hoosier Classic - Indianapolis, IN Big Sky Tournament - Bozeman, MT

* Northern Arizona * Sacramento State # vs. Idaho State # vs. Montana

^ Spartan Classic - East Lansing, MI # Big Sky Tournament - Flagstaff, AZ

W W W L

96-90(ot) 97-66 65-58 56-81

1997-98

Overall: 14-13 Big Sky: 12-4, 2nd Date Opponent 11-19 Utah 11-22 Nevada 11-29 at Boise State 12-05 ^ vs. Mt. Saint Mary’s 12-06 ^ at Iowa 12-12 + at BYU 12-13 + vs. Auburn 12-20 Seattle Pacific 12-22 at Arizona State 12-27 at Utah State 01-03 * at Montana State 01-05 * at Montana 01-09 * at Idaho State 01-10 * Eastern Washington 01-16 * Northern Arizona 01-17 * Cal State Northridge 01-21 * at Portland State 01-23 * at Eastern Washington 01-28 * Montana 01-31 * Sacramento State 02-12 * Idaho State 02-13 * Montana State 02-19 * at Cal State Northridge 02-21 * at Northern Arizona 02-25 * Portland State 02-28 * at Sacramento State 03-06 # vs. Montana State

Result L 72-87 L 83-96 L 60-83 W 81-73 L 56-81 L 70-83 L 58-63 W 77-65 L 79-88 L 65-71 L 64-77 W 60-58 W 69-60 W 97-81 W 83-75 W 70-69 L 65-77 L 64-75 W 70-63 W 89-54 W 77-50 W 73-59 W 92-86 L 70-79(ot) W 61-51 W 88-52 L 64-69

^ Iowa Super Chevy Shootout - Iowa City, IA + BYU Cougar Classic - Provo, UT # Big Sky Tournament - Flagstaff, AZ

1996-97

Overall: 15-13 Big Sky: 9-7, t4th

Date Opponent 11-22 Pepperdine 11-26 at Nebraska 11-30 at Nevada 12-04 BYU 12-07 Boise State 12-14 at Utah 12-19 Utah State 12-27 ^ vs. Coppin State 12-28 ^ at Michigan State 01-02 * Montana State 01-03 * Montana 01-09 * Idaho State 01-11 * at Eastern Washington 01-16 * at Cal State Northridge 01-18 * at Northern Arizona 01-22 * Eastern Washington 01-23 * Portland State 01-29 * at Montana 02-01 * at Sacramento State 02-03 * at Portland State 02-07 * Southern Utah 02-12 * at Idaho State FOOTBALL 02-14 * at Montana State 02-20 * Cal State Northridge

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02-22 02-27 03-06 03-07

Overall: 20-10 Big Sky: 10-4, t2nd

Result W 80-54 L 66-83 L 91-101 W 97-80 W 84-80(ot) L 48-83 L 68-80 W 92-91(ot) L 51-83 L 71-87 W 104-95 W 75-61 L 73-81 L 81-90 L 73-83 L 73-81 W 74-73 W 72-68 W 72-67 L 75-77 W 84-80 W 84-76 L 85-97 L 76-89

1998-99

Overall: 25-8 Big Sky: 13-3, 1st Date Opponent 11-13 at Southern Utah 11-19 BYU 11-24 at UNLV 12-01 Boise State 12-04 ^ vs. Rice 12-05 ^ at San Francisco 12-09 at Utah 12-12 Mesa State 12-15 Seattle 12-19 + vs. Utah State 12-21 ! vs. Alabama 12-22 ! at BYU-Hawaii 12-23 ! vs. Texas Tech 01-02 * at Sacramento State 01-04 * at Portland State 01-07 * Montana State 01-09 * Montana 01-14 * Idaho State 01-16 * at Eastern Washington

Result W 81-75 W 83-80 L 64-82 W 69-61 W 72-66(2ot) L 60-67 L 74-87 W 72-60 W 91-63 W 82-72 L 80-84(ot) W 71-62 W 86-69 W 81-76 L 59-82 W 84-70 W 79-61 W 77-56 W 101-100(4ot)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR GAME RESULTS 01-21 01-23 01-27 01-28 02-04 02-06 02-17 02-20 02-25 02-27 03-05 03-06 03-11 03-13 ^ + ! # $

* at Cal State Northridge * at Northern Arizona * Eastern Washington * Portland State * at Montana * Sacramento State * at Idaho State * at Montana State * Cal State Northridge * Northern Arizona # Montana State # Northern Arizona $ vs. North Carolina $ vs. Florida

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

68-78 92-88(ot) 97-82 92-82 53-87 91-50 76-62 79-68 95-78 77-57 93-73 82-75 76-74 74-82(ot)

Northwestern Mutual Classic - San Francisco, CA Game played at Delta Center - Salt Lake City, UT Pearl Harbor Classic - Laie, HI Big Sky Tournament - Ogden, UT NCAA Tournament - Seattle, WA

JOE CRAVENS 116-88 / 58-44 BSC 7 seasons 1999-00

Overall: 18-10 Big Sky: 10-6, t4th Date Opponent 11-19 at Alabama 11-22 Westminster 11-27 Southern Virginia 12-01 Utah 12-04 at Boise State 12-10 ^ vs. Western Oregon 12-11 ^ at BYU 12-18 Southern Utah 12-21 Utah State 12-28 + vs. Stetson 12-29 + vs. Georgia Southern 01-07 * Portland State 01-08 * Sacramento State 01-13 * at Montana State 01-15 * at Montana 01-21 * at Idaho State 01-22 * Eastern Washington 01-28 * Northern Arizona 01-29 * Cal State Northridge 02-03 * at Portland State 02-04 * at Eastern Washington 02-10 * Montana 02-12 * at Sacramento State 02-24 * Idaho State 02-26 * Montana State 03-01 * at Cal State Northridge 03-03 * at Northern Arizona 03-09 # vs. Cal State Northridge

^ BYU Cougar Classic - Provo, UT + Capital City Classic - Tallahassee, FL # Big Sky Tournament - Missoula, MT

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Result L 61-81 W 75-60 W 102-74 W 84-72 L 46-71 W 86-58 L 53-66 W 69-59 W 86-73 W 81-80 W 68-60 W 80-65 W 82-62 L 70-77 W 78-76 W 84-77 L 78-90 L 66-76 W 113-92 W 92-79 L 83-95 L 54-66 W 88-72 W 73-71 W 98-81 L 62-76 W 84-73 L 68-73

2000-01

03-02 * Idaho State 03-07 # vs. Portland State 03-08 # vs. Eastern Washington

Overall: 15-14 Big Sky: 8-8, t4th Date Opponent 11-17 UC Riverside 11-20 at Southern Utah 11-22 Morris Brown 12-01 ^ vs. Princeton 12-02 ^ vs. Anderson 12-05 at UC Riverside 12-09 at Utah 12-16 Boise State 12-23 at Utah State 12-28 BYU 01-04 * Cal State Northridge 01-06 * Northern Arizona 01-09 * at Portland State 01-11 * at Sacramento State 01-18 * Montana State 01-20 * Montana 01-25 * Idaho State 01-27 * at Eastern Washington 02-01 * at Cal State Northridge 02-03 * at Northern Arizona 02-08 * Eastern Washington 02-10 * Portland State 02-15 * at Montana 02-17 * Sacramento State 02-24 at Morris Brown 03-01 * at Idaho State 03-03 * at Montana State 03-08 # vs. Idaho State 03-09 # at Cal State Northridge

^ First Merchant’s Classic - Muncie, IN # Big Sky Tournament - Northridge, CA

Result W 82-59 L 69-78 W 87-59 L 60-65(ot) W 81-73 L 68-89 W 79-77 W 88-80(ot) L 77-89 L 75-84 L 78-89 W 79-76 L 80-85 W 81-70 W 94-81 W 80-69 W 80-76 W 70-64 L 86-96 L 68-76 L 70-81 W 85-71 L 63-66 W 98-88 W 59-56 L 73-78 L 87-92 W 86-67 L 74-91

2001-02

Overall: 18-11 Big Sky: 8-6, 3rd

Date Opponent 11-16 at Illinois State 11-19 Concordia 11-23 ^ vs. Louisiana State 11-24 ^ vs. Wisconsin 11-25 ^ vs. Colorado State 11-30 Montana Western 12-05 at BYU 12-08 Utah State 12-15 at Utah 12-18 Savannah State 12-22 Southern Utah 12-29 + vs. Bradley 12-30 + at UT Chattanooga 01-03 * Montana State 01-05 * Montana 01-11 * Northern Arizona 01-12 * Sacramento State 01-18 * at Montana 01-19 * at Montana State 01-25 * Eastern Washington 01-26 * Portland State 02-02 * at Idaho State 02-08 * at Sacramento State 02-09 * at Northern Arizona FOOTBALL 02-22 * at Portland State 02-23 * at Eastern Washington

Result L 70-74 W 103-77 W 75-74(ot) W 73-69 W 72-69 W 90-62 L 47-65 W 67-64 L 59-70 W 87-56 W 70-64 W 68-46 L 63-71 L 62-64 L 73-80 W 78-66 W 86-83 W 90-71 L 68-79 W 89-78 W 90-85 W 65-46 W 76-72(ot) L 79-85 L 77-83 L 66-68

^ Big Island Invitational - Hilo, HI + Dr. Pepper Classic - Chattanooga, TN # Big Sky Tournament - Bozeman, MT

W 88-82(ot) W 84-62 L 57-62

2002-03

Overall: 26-6 Big Sky: 14-0, t1st Date Opponent 11-22 ^ vs. UC Santa Barbara 11-23 ^ vs. Ball State 11-24 ^ at Alaska-Fairbanks 11-27 Montana Tech 11-30 Nevada 12-06 + vs. North Texas 12-07 + vs. Morris Brown 12-14 Wisconsin-Green Bay 12-17 at Portland 12-21 at Utah State 12-23 at Boise State 12-29 ! vs. Maine 12-30 ! at UT-Chattanooga 01-03 at Utah 01-08 BYU 01-16 * Montana State 01-18 * Montana 01-23 * at Northern Arizona 01-25 * at Sacramento State 01-29 * Portland State 02-01 * Eastern Washington 02-05 * at Idaho State 02-08 * Idaho State 02-13 * at Montana 02-15 * at Montana State 02-20 * Sacramento State 02-22 * Northern Arizona 02-27 * at Eastern Washington 03-01 * at Portland State 03-11 # Sacramento State 03-12 # Eastern Washington 03-20 $ vs. Wisconsin ^ + ! # $

Result W 91-82 W 72-67 L 65-77 W 94-58 W 73-70 L 72-76 W 65-56 W 78-72 W 78-71 L 64-66 W 66-65 W 69-66 L 63-75 L 58-72 W 75-69 W 78-70 W 97-73 W 64-61 W 65-53 W 77-64 W 74-61 W 82-76 W 87-70 W 75-72 W 70-58 W 88-65 W 76-64 W 67-64 W 83-73 W 82-60 W 60-57 L 74-81

Top of World Classic - Fairbanks, AK Brothers Air & Heat Shootout - Rock Hill, SC Dr. Pepper Classic - Chattanooga, TN Big Sky Tournament - Ogden, UT NCAA Tournament First Round - Spokane, WA

2003-04

Overall: 15-14 Big Sky: 7-7, t2nd Date Opponent 11-21 Albertson College 11-25 Utah State 11-28 Warner Pacific 12-02 at Southern Utah 12-05 ^ vs. Texas State 12-06 ^ at SW Missouri State 12-13 at Nevada 12-16 Portland 12-20 at BYU 12-22 Winthrop 12-29 + vs. Troy State 12-30 + vs. Savannah State 01-03 Utah

Result W 79-49 L 60-66 W 79-63 W 82-68 W 73-64 L 74-79 L 62-74 W 58-51 L 64-85 W 69-67 L 59-79 W 83-51 L 60-70

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YEAR-BY-YEAR GAME RESULTS 01-10 * at Idaho State 01-15 * at Montana State 01-17 * at Montana 01-22 * Northern Arizona 01-24 * Sacramento State 01-29 * at Portland State 01-31 * at Eastern Washington 02-07 * Idaho State 02-12 * Montana 02-14 * Montana State 02-19 * at Sacramento State 02-21 * at Northern Arizona 02-26 * Eastern Washington 02-28 * Portland State 03-06 ! at Sacramento State 03-09 # at Eastern Washington ^ + ! #

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

74-75 48-61 74-61 67-73 65-54 68-63 67-73 75-81 55-58 76-59 61-64 73-70 81-78(ot) 71-57 68-62 53-72

Price Cutter Classic - Springfield, MO Oneida Bingo & Casino Classic - Green Bay, WI Big Sky Tournament Quarterfinals - Sacramento, CA Big Sky Tournament - Cheney, WA

2004-05

Overall: 14-16 Big Sky: 7-7, 5th Date Opponent 11-19 Utah Valley State 11-23 Albertson College 11-28 at Winthrop 11-30 at Elon 12-04 at Wisconsin-Green Bay 12-08 Southern Utah 12-11 at Utah State 12-18 Elon 12-20 at Utah Valley State 12-23 BYU 12-28 at Utah 01-01 * at Portland State 01-06 * Montana State 01-08 * Montana 01-13 * at Northern Arizona 01-15 * at Sacramento State 01-20 * Portland State 01-22 * Eastern Washington 01-25 IPFW 01-29 * at Idaho State 02-03 * at Montana 02-05 * at Montana State 02-10 * Sacramento State 02-12 * Northern Arizona 02-17 * at Eastern Washington 02-19 ^ at Boise State 02-26 * Idaho State 03-05 # at Sacramento State 03-08 $ at Portland State 03-09 $ vs. Montana

Result W 59-51 W 69-54 L 49-60 W 57-50 L 62-82 L 56-62 L 56-73 W 85-57 L 58-71 L 61-79 L 40-51 L 62-73 L 67-76 W 76-62 L 71-86 L 72-78 W 70-66 W 63-58 W 60-47 L 60-84 L 72-80 L 65-78 W 57-55 W 94-73 W 65-63 L 66-80 W 79-56 W 74-71 W 71-61 L 61-63

2005-06

Overall: 10-17 Big Sky: 4-10, t7th Date Opponent 11-18 Montana Western 11-21 at Boise State 11-23 Montana Tech 11-26 Utah 11-29 at Southern Utah 12-03 Boise State 12-06 at Utah Valley State 12-10 Utah State 12-17 at BYU 12-20 Southern Utah 12-22 at IPFW 12-28 Utah Valley State 12-31 at Wyoming 01-05 * at Montana State 01-07 * at Montana 01-12 * Northern Arizona 01-14 * Sacramento State 01-19 * at Portland State 01-21 * at Eastern Washington 01-28 * Idaho State 02-02 * Montana 02-04 * Montana State 02-09 * at Sacramento State 02-11 * at Northern Arizona 02-15 * Eastern Washington 02-18 * Portland State 02-25 * at Idaho State

RANDY RAHE 95-61 / 60-20 BSC 5 seasons 2006-07

Overall: 20-12 Big Sky: 11-5, t1st

Date Opponent 11-10 Colorado Christian 11-16 ^ at Alaska-Fairbanks 11-18 ^ vs. Troy 11-19 ^ vs. Utah State 11-22 Montana Tech 11-25 at Utah State 11-29 at Utah 12-02 BYU 12-05 at Portland 12-09 at Southern Utah 12-16 Portland 12-19 Southern Utah 12-22 at Washington ^ ESPN Bracketbuster game 12-28 * at Northern Colorado # Big Sky Tournament quarterfinals - Sacramento, CA $ Big Sky Tournament - Portland, OR 12-30 * at Northern Arizona 01-04 * Idaho State 01-06 * Montana State 01-10 * Portland State 01-11 * Sacramento State 01-18 * at Montana State 01-20 * at Montana 01-25 * at Idaho State 01-27 * Eastern Washington 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL 02-01 * Northern Colorado 02-03 * Northern Arizona

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Result W 77-66 W 66-61 W 82-51 L 62-67(ot) L 47-68 L 66-74 L 49-68 L 60-69 L 54-80 W 85-72 W 74-67 W 69-62 L 48-58 L 65-81 L 65-71 L 82-88 L 66-73 L 59-73 L 50-59 W 66-61 W 72-67 W 67-56 W 76-73(ot) L 69-77 L 73-76 L 66-77 L 74-81

Result W 83-57 W 71-66(ot) W 66-61 L 55-68 W 81-53 L 68-77 L 55-67 L 69-73(ot) W 72-56 L 63-75 W 68-51 W 59-57 L 51-80 W 61-60 W 81-73 L 55-58 W 83-63 W 75-65 W 88-68 L 48-63 L 86-90(ot) W 71-58 W 93-84 W 76-65 W 86-79

02-07 * at Eastern Washington 02-08 * at Portland State 02-14 * Montana 02-26 * at Sacramento State 03-06 # Portland State 03-07 # Northern Arizona 03-15 $ vs. UCLA

L 74-89 W 64-62 W 73-67 L 83-105 W 77-74 W 88-80 L 42-70

^ Top of World Classic - Fairbanks, AK # Big Sky Tournament - Ogden, UT $ NCAA Tournament 1st Round - Sacramento, CA

2007-08

Overall: 16-14 Big Sky: 10-6, 3rd Date Opponent 11-10 Utah State 11-12 ^ vs. Cal St.-San Bernadino 11-13 ^ vs. Youngstown State 11-19 at Cal State Bakersfield 11-28 Utah 12-01 at Illinois 12-05 at BYU 12-08 at San Francisco 12-14 Montana Western 12-18 Cal State Bakersfield 12-23 at New Mexico 12-28 San Francisco 01-06 * at Northern Colorado 01-10 * Portland State 01-12 * Eastern Washington 01-17 * at Montana State 01-20 * at Montana 01-23 * Sacramento State 01-25 * Northern Arizona 01-31 * Idaho State 02-02 * at Idaho State 02-09 * Northern Colorado 02-14 * at Eastern Washington 02-16 * at Portland State 02-21 * Montana 02-23 * Montana State 02-28 * at Northern Arizona 03-03 * at Sacramento State 03-08 + Montana State 03-11 # vs. Northern Arizona

Result W 78-71 L 59-71 L 66-69 W 61-56 L 52-72 L 61-78 L 57-72 L 65-67 W 94-84 W 74-43 L 32-62 W 62-54 L 52-55 W 73-68 W 74-64 W 78-76 W 68-67 W 69-56 L 56-69 W 59-57 L 59-63 W 70-54 L 57-69 L 73-76 W 76-67 W 73-63 L 71-74 W 89-69 W 65-49 L 70-75

^ College Basketball Experience - Los Angeles, CA + Big Sky Tournament Quarterfinals - Ogden, UT # Big Sky Tournament - Portland, OR

2008-09

Overall: 21-10 Big Sky: 15-1, 1st Date Opponent 11-12 ^ vs. Miami (Ohio) 11-13 ^ vs. Prarie View A&M 11-22 at Long Beach State 11-25 at Utah State 11-29 Montana Tech 12-03 BYU 12-11 Long Beach State 12-13 at Southern Utah 12-17 UC Santa Barbara 12-20 at Utah 12-22 + vs. Texas-Pan American 12-23 + at Southern Mississippi 12-29 at Arizona

Result L 66-70 W 78-68 L 69-73(ot) L 49-73 W 77-62 L 62-92 W 72-63 W 66-62 W 70-63 L 64-74 W 61-54 L 49-68 L 65-71

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YEAR-BY-YEAR GAME RESULTS 01-03 * Northern Colorado 01-08 * at Portland State 01-11 * at Eastern Washington 01-15 * Montana State 01-17 * Montana 01-22 * at Sacramento State 01-24 * at Northern Arizona 01-29 * at Idaho State 01-31 * Idaho State 02-05 * at Northern Colorado 02-12 * Eastern Washington 02-14 * Portland State 02-19 * at Montana 02-26 * Northern Arizona 02-28 * Sacramento State 03-03 * at Montana State 03-10 # Montana State 03-17 $ at San Diego State ^ + # $

W 88-84(ot) W 80-66 W 77-69 L 70-75 W 74-55 W 67-59 W 59-54 W 76-67(ot) W 76-61 W 82-76 W 74-57 W 78-68 W 69-58 W 70-51 W 97-61 W 84-64 L 61-70 L 49-65

2K Sports Classic - Los Angeles, CA Mississippi Gulf Coast Classic - Gulfport, MS Big Sky Tournament - Ogden, UT NIT First Round - San Diego, CA

2009-10

Overall: 20-11 Big Sky: 13-3, 1st Date Opponent 11-13 Utah State 11-17 at UC Santa Barbara 11-22 at Seattle 11-24 Western State 11-27 at BYU 12-02 Utah 12-05 * at Sacramento State 12-09 Montana Tech 12-12 Southern Utah 12-17 at UNLV 12-21 ^ vs. Cal State Fullerton 12-22 ^ vs. Moorehead State 12-23 ^ at Utah State 12-31 * Montana State 01-02 * Montana 01-07 * at Northern Colorado 01-09 * at Northern Arizona 01-16 * at Idaho State 01-22 * Portland State 01-23 * Eastern Washington 01-29 * Sacramento State 02-05 * at Montana 02-06 * at Montana State 02-12 * Northern Arizona 02-13 * Northern Colorado 02-20 * Idaho State 02-26 * at Eastern Washington 02-28 * at Portland State 03-09 # Portland State 03-10 # Montana 03-17 $ at Cincinnati

Result L 60-66 L 57-66 L 87-91 W 89-62 L 70-87 W 83-76 W 80-65 W 73-70 W 84-66 L 62-73 W 82-71 W 66-64 L 73-85 W 75-62 W 64-56 L 75-84 W 87-62 W 95-93(3ot) W 86-83 W 89-67 W 81-59 L 61-75 W 75-71 W 76-66 W 81-76 W 89-64 W 85-57 L 79-84 W 69-60 L 65-66 L 62-76

2010-11

Overall: 18-14 Big Sky: 11-5, 3rd Date Opponent 11-13 at Utah State 11-16 Colorado Christian 11-20 at Utah 11-25 ^ at Alaska-Anchorage 11-26 ^ vs. Arizona State 11-27 ^ vs. Drake 12-04 Seattle 12-11 at Southern Utah 12-16 at Tulsa 12-18 Univ. of the Southwest 12-21 BYU 12-29 * at Montana State 12-31 * at Montana 01-08 * at Northern Arizona 01-13 * Sacramento State 01-15 * Idaho State 01-20 * at Portland State 01-22 * at Northern Colorado 01-29 * Northern Colorado 02-03 * Montana 02-05 * Montana State 02-10 * Northern Arizona 02-12 * at Eastern Washington 02-16 * Portland State 02-18 + at San Jose State 02-22 * at Idaho State 02-26 * at Sacramento State 03-02 * Eastern Washington 03-05 ! Eastern Washington 03-08 # vs. Montana 03-11 at Saint Mary’s 03-16 $ at Oregon ^ + ! # $

Result L 65-77 W 97-73 L 75-90 W 86-54 L 58-59 W 82-81 W 65-61 W 77-71 L 79-81(ot) W 94-54 L 66-72 L 72-75 L 56-75 W 68-67 W 84-71 W 71-67 L 69-71 L 46-65 W 72-71 W 68-52 W 78-58 W 82-55 W 80-68 W 80-58 L 46-62 W 63-39 W 73-70 L 59-75 W 79-70 L 40-57 L 54-77 L 59-68

Great Alaksa Shootout - Anchorage, AK ESPN Braketbuster game - San Jose, CA Big Sky Tournament Quarterfinal - Ogden, UT Big Sky Tournament - Greeley, CO College Basketball Invitational First Round - Eugene, OR

^ Basketball Travelers Invitational - Logan, UT # Big Sky Tournament - Ogden, UT $ NIT First Round - Cincinnati, OH

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The 2009-10 Wildcat team won their second-straight Big Sky title, finishing with a 13-3 conference record.

2011-12 WEBER STATE MEN’S BASKETBALL


RECORD AGAINST ALL-TIME OPPONENTS All-time First Last WSU All-time First Last WSU Opponent Record Game Game Streak Opponent Record Game Game Streak Air Force 1-1 74-75 75-76 Won 1 Humboldt State 1-0 68-69 68-69 Won 1 Alabama 0-2 98-99 99-00 Lost 2 Idaho 52-20 63-64 95-96 Won 1 Akron 0-1 88-89 88-89 Lost 1 Idaho State 70-40 62-63 10-11 Won 6 Alameda State 1-0 62-63 62-63 Won 1 Illinois 0-1 07-08 07-08 Lost 1 Alaska-Anchorage 4-2 78-79 10-11 Won 3 Illinois-Chicago 1-0 79-80 79-80 Won 1 Alaska-Fairbanks 3-1 78-79 06-07 Won 1 Illinois State 0-1 01-02 01-02 Lost 1 Albertson (C. of Idaho) 3-1 62-63 04-05 Won 2 Indiana 0-1 95-96 95-96 Lost 1 Albuquerque 1-0 66-67 66-67 Won 1 Indiana State 1-0 68-69 68-69 Won 1 Anderson 1-0 00-02 00-02 Won 1 Iowa 0-1 97-98 97-98 Lost 1 Arizona 0-4 66-67 08-09 Lost 4 IPFW 2-0 04-05 05-06 Won 2 Arizona State 1-2 69-70 10-11 Lost 2 James Madison 0-1 80-81 80-81 Lost 1 Arkansas 0-2 77-78 78-79 Lost 2 Kent State 1-0 95-96 95-96 Won 1 Army 1-0 73-74 73-74 Won 1 Lamar 0-3 79-80 84-85 Lost 3 Auburn 0-1 97-98 97-98 Lost 1 Lewis-Clark State 3-0 88-89 94-95 Won 3 Augustana (SD) 1-0 71-72 71-72 Won 1 Long Beach State 3-8 69-70 08-09 Won 1 Austin Peay 1-0 75-76 75-76 Won 1 Loyola Marymount 4-0 69-70 77-78 Won 4 Ball State 1-0 02-03 02-03 Won 1 Louisiana State 1-1 72-73 01-02 Won 1 Baylor 1-2 71-72 94-95 Won 1 Louisiana Tech 0-2 86-87 87-88 Lost 2 Boise State 41-28 69-70 05-06 Lost 1 Maine 1-0 02-03 02-03 Won 1 Bradley 1-0 01-02 01-02 Won 1 McNeese State 1-0 80-81 80-81 Won 1 BYU 10-26 73-74 10-11 Lost 8 Mercer 1-0 75-76 75-76 Won 1 BYU-Hawaii 3-0 94-95 98-99 Won 3 Mesa State 1-0 98-99 98-99 Won 1 Butler 2-0 68-69 82-83 Won 2 Miami (Ohio) 0-2 86-87 08-09 Lost 2 California 0-1 70-71 70-71 Lost 1 Michigan 0-1 95-96 95-96 Lost 1 Cal Poly Pomona 1-0 71-72 71-72 Won 1 Michigan State 2-1 79-80 96-97 Lost 1 Cal State Bakersfield 2-0 07-08 07-08 Won 2 Midwestern State 4-0 71-72 81-82 Won 4 Cal State Chico 5-0 63-64 77-78 Won 5 Minnesota 0-1 91-92 91-92 Lost 1 Cal State Fullerton 4-1 62-63 09-10 Won 3 Montana 63-47 62-63 10-11 Lost 1 Cal State Hayward 3-0 66-67 72-73 Won 3 Montana State 72-35 63-64 10-11 Won 1 Cal State Los Angeles 2-1 63-64 67-68 Won 2 Montana Tech 5-0 02-03 09-10 Won 5 Cal State Northridge 13-8 73-74 00-01 Lost 5 Montana Western 9-0 62-63 07-08 Won 9 Cal St. San Bernadino 0-1 07-08 07-08 Lost 1 Mount St. Mary’s 1-0 97-98 97-98 Won 1 Cal State Stanislaus 1-0 76-77 76-77 Won 1 Morris Brown 3-0 00-01 02-03 Won 3 Carroll College 7-0 62-63 75-76 Won 7 Moorehead State 1-0 09-10 09-10 Won 1 Central Washington 2-0 62-63 93-94 Won 2 Nebraska 0-1 96-97 96-97 Lost 1 Chaminade 1-0 75-76 75-76 Won 1 Nevada 19-20 62-63 03-04 Lost 1 Chapman College 1-0 66-67 66-67 Won 1 New Mexico 2-2 79-80 07-08 Lost 2 Chattanooga 0-2 01-02 02-03 Lost 2 New Mexico Highlands 1-0 62-63 62-63 Won 1 Chico State 4-0 63-64 65-66 Won 4 New Mexico State 4-2 67-68 84-85 Won 3 Cincinnati 0-1 09-10 09-10 Lost 1 North Carolina 1-1 76-77 98-99 Won 1 Citadel 1-0 91-92 91-92 Won 1 North Carolina State 1-0 93-94 93-94 Won 1 Colorado 0-2 86-87 87-88 Lost 2 North Texas 2-2 81-82 02-03 Lost 2 Colorado Christian 2-0 06-07 10-11 Won 2 Northern Arizona 67-26 66-67 10-11 Won 6 Colorado State 5-1 67-68 01-02 Won 3 Northern Colorado 7-3 06-07 10-11 Won 1 Concordia 1-0 01-02 01-02 Won 1 Northern Ilinois 3-1 65-66 74-75 Lost 1 Coppin State 1-0 96-97 96-97 Won 1 Northwest Nazarene 1-0 62-63 62-63 Won 1 Creighton 1-0 68-69 68-69 Won 1 Oklahoma City 2-0 73-74 77-79 Won 2 Delawre 0-1 94-95 95-95 Lost 1 Old Dominion 0-1 95-95 94-95 Lost 1 DePaul 0-3 86-87 89-90 Lost 3 Oral Roberts 2-2 73-74 91-92 Won 2 Denver 2-0 92-93 89-90 Won 2 Oregon 0-3 71-72 10-11 Lost 3 Doane College 1-0 73-74 73-74 Won 1 Oregon State 1-3 71-72 77-78 Lost 1 Drake 1-0 10-11 10-11 Won 1 Oregon Tech 1-0 93-94 93-94 Won 1 East Tennessee St. 1-0 78-79 78-79 Won 1 Pacific 2-1 72-73 83-84 Won 2 Eastern Illinois 1-0 92-93 92-93 Won 1 Pan American 1-0 67-68 67-68 Won 1 Eastern Kentucky 1-0 70-71 70-71 Won 1 Pennsylvania 0-1 80-81 80-81 Lost 1 Eastern Montana 9-0 62-63 66-67 Won 9 Pepperdine 4-1 66-67 96-97 Won 1 Eastern Oregon 1-0 62-63 62-63 Won 1 Portland 8-0 70-71 06-07 Won 8 Eastern Washington 39-20 78-79 10-11 Won 1 Portland State 27-11 64-65 10-11 Won 1 Elon 2-0 04-05 04-05 Won 2 Praire View A&M 2-0 90-91 08-09 Won 2 Evansville 3-0 70-71 72-73 Won 3 Princeton 0-2 82-83 00-01 Lost 2 Florida 0-1 98-99 98-99 Lost 1 Puget Sound 1-0 79-80 79-80 Won 1 Fort Lewis 0-1 62-63 62-63 Lost 1 Purdue 0-4 92-93 94-95 Lost 4 Fresno State 4-1 64-65 95-96 Won 1 Rhode Island 1-1 79-80 80-81 Lost 1 Georgetown 0-1 94-95 94-95 Lost 1 Rice 1-0 98-99 98-99 Won 1 Georgia Southern 1-0 99-00 99-00 Won 1 Rocky Mountain 1-0 73-74 73-74 Won 1 Gonzaga 31-12 62-63 93-94 Lost 1 Sacramento State 31-4 69-70 10-11 Won 8 Grand Canyon 80-81 80-81 Won 1 Saint Louis 1-0 76-77 76-77 Won 1 2011 WEBER1-0 STATE FOOTBALL Hawaii 4-2 67-68 75-76 Lost 2 Saint Mary’s 0-3 90-91 10-11 Lost 3 Hawaii-Hilo 1-0 74-75 74-75 Won 1 Sam Houston State 1-0 85-86 85-86 Won 1

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All-time First Last WSU Opponent Record Game Game Streak San Diego 3-1 62-63 93-94 Won 2 San Diego State 0-1 08-09 08-09 Lost 1 San Francisco 2-3 70-71 07-08 Won 1 San Jose State 1-2 73-74 10-11 Lost 1 Santa Clara 2-1 68-69 85-86 Won 2 St. Francis (Ill.) 1-0 79-80 79-80 Won 1 St. Joseph (NM) 1-0 64-65 64-65 Won 1 St. Martin’s 1-0 88-89 98-99 Won 1 Savannah State 2-0 01-02 03-04 Won 2 Seattle 10-6 65-66 10-11 Won 1 Seattle Pacific 1-0 97-98 97-98 Won 1 Simon Fraser 4-0 80-81 84-85 Won 4 South Dakota State 1-0 78-79 78-79 Won 1 Southern Colorado 6-5 63-64 89-90 Won 2 Southern Illinois 1-1 71-72 72-73 Lost 1 Southern Mississippi 0-1 08-09 08-09 Lost 1 Southern Oregon St. 1-0 88-89 88-89 Won 1 Southern Utah 22-6 82-83 10-11 Won 4 Southern Virginia 1-0 99-00 99-00 Won 1 Southwest Missouri St. 0-1 03-04 03-04 Lost 1 SW Louisiana 3-3 67-68 85-86 Lost 1 Stetson 1-0 99-00 99-00 Won 1 Stout State 1-0 72-73 72-73 Won 1 Tennessee State 1-0 85-86 85-86 Won 1 Texas 1-1 83-84 92-93 Lost 1 Texas Pan American 2-0 67-78 08-09 Won 2 Texas Southern 1-0 95-96 95-96 Won 1 Texas State 1-0 03-04 03-04 Won 1 Texas Tech 1-0 98-99 98-99 Won 1 Texas Wesleyan 2-0 78-79 84-85 Won 2 Trinity (Tex.) 1-0 73-74 73-74 Won 1 Troy 1-1 03-04 06-07 Won 1 Tulsa 0-1 10-11 10-11 Lost 1 US Coast Guard 1-0 93-94 93-94 Won 1 UC Davis 2-0 77-78 94-95 Won 2 UC Irvine 1-0 83-84 83-84 Won 1 UC Riverside 1-1 00-01 00-01 Lost 1 UC Santa Barbara 2-1 02-03 09-10 Lost 1 UCLA 0-2 71-72 06-07 Lost 2 UNLV 1-2 98-99 09-10 Lost 2 Univ. of the Southwest 1-0 10-11 10-11 Won 1 US International 2-2 80-81 89-90 Lost 1 Utah 13-26 72-73 10-11 Lost 1 Utah State 25-38 70-71 10-11 Lost 4 Utah Valley 2-2 04-05 05-06 Won 1 UTEP 0-2 65-66 66-67 Lost 2 Virginia Military Inst. 1-0 91-92 91-92 Won 1 Virginia Tech 1-0 73-74 73-74 Won 1 Wagner 1-0 94-95 94-95 Won 1 Warner Pacific 1-0 03-04 03-04 Won 1 Washington 0-1 06-07 06-07 Lost 1 Washington State 0-1 82-83 82-83 Lost 1 Westmont College 1-0 80-81 80-81 Won 1 West Texas State 5-3 68-69 71-72 Lost 1 West Virginia 0-1 74-75 74-75 Lost 1 Western Michigan 1-0 89-90 89-90 Won 1 Western Oregon 2-0 85-86 99-00 Won 2 Western State 1-0 09-10 09-10 Won 1 Western Washington 1-0 90-91 90-91 Won 1 Westminster 8-0 62-63 99-00 Won 8 Whitworth 2-0 63-64 64-65 Won 2 Winthrop 1-1 03-04 04-05 Lost 1 Wisconsin 1-1 01-02 02-03 Lost 1 Wisconsin-Green Bay 1-1 02-03 04-05 Lost 1 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1-0 65-66 65-66 Won 1 Wisconsin-Superior 1-0 81-82 81-82 Won 1 Wisconsin-Stout 1-0 72-73 72-73 Won 1 Wyoming 2-4 64-65 05-06 Lost 1 Youngstown State 0-1 07-08 07-08 Lost 1

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UTAH STATE

UC IRVINE

Weber State Leads: 1-0

JACKSONVILLE STATE FIRST MEETING

UTAH STATE Leads: 38-25

&Basketball Travelers/Gossner’s Cheese Tournament

SAINT MARY’S Saint Mary’s Leads: 3-0

IN OGDEN.............................. 1-0.........Saint Mary’s IN MORAGA........................... 2-0.........Saint Mary’s 1990-91 Moraga 69-80 L 1991-92 Ogden 71-74 L 2010-11 Moraga 54-77 L

SAN FRANCISCO STATE FIRST MEETING

SAN JOSE STATE San Jose State Leads: 2-1

IN OGDEN.............................. 1-0......... Weber State IN SAN JOSE......................... 2-0.........San Jose St. 1973-74 San Jose 56-64 L 1975-76 Ogden 98-82 W 2010-11 San Jose 46-62 L

BRIGHAM YOUNG In OGDEN ............................ 10-8......... Weber State On NETURAL COURTS ......... 0-0.................... None 1973-74 Provo 76-77 L 1974-75 OGDEN 76-63 W 1975-76 Provo 80-89 L 1976-77 OGDEN 96-75 W 1977-78 Provo 76-81 L 1980-81 Ogden 78-85 L 1981-82 Provo 55-63 L 1982-83 OGDEN 84-81 (OT) W 1983-84 Provo 81-86 (OT) L 1984-85 OGDEN 87-79 W 1985-86 Provo 86-88 (OT) L 1986-87 Ogden 69-84 L 1987-88 #Provo 71-104 L 1988-89 OGDEN 80-78 W 1989-90 Provo 65-81 L 1990-91 Ogden 57-69 L 1991-92 Provo 68-81 L 1992-93 OGDEN 83-77 (OT) W 1993-94 Provo 79-92 L 1994-95 OGDEN 86-74 W 1995-96 Provo 86-91 L 1996-97 OGDEN 97-80 W 1997-98 #Provo 70-83 L 1998-99 OGDEN 83-80 W 1999-00 #Provo 53-66 L 2000-01 Ogden 75-84 L 2001-02 Provo 47-65 L 2002-03 OGDEN 75-69 W 2003-04 Provo 64-85 L 2004-05 Ogden 61-79 L 2005-06 Provo 54-80 L 2006-07 Ogden 69-73 (OT) L 2007-08 Provo 57-72 L 2008-09 Ogden 62-92 L

70-87 66-72

L L

#Cougar Classic Game

SOUTHERN UTAH WEBER STATE Leads: 22-6

I n CEDAR CITY............................7-4.......... Weber State. In OGDEN..................................15-2.......... Weber State On NETURAL COURTS ...............0-0......................None

981-82 OGDEN 1 1982-83 OGDEN 1983-84 OGDEN 1984-85 Did Not Play 1985-86 OGDEN 1986-87 Ogden 1987-88 OGDEN 1988-89 CEDAR CITY 1989-90 OGDEN 1990-91 OGDEN 1991-92 Cedar City 1992-93 OGDEN 1994-95 OGDEN 1995-96 CEDAR CITY 1996-97 OGDEN 1998-99 CEDAR CITY 1999-00 OGDEN 2000-01 Cedar City 2001-02 OGDEN 2003-04 CEDAR CITY 2004-05 Ogden 2005-06 Cedar City OGDEN 2006-07 Cedar City OGDEN 2008-09 CEDAR CITY 2009-10 OGDEN 2010-11 CEDAR CITY

76-59 84-50 97-60

W W W

80-50 W 90-92 (OT) L 103-91 W 78-73 W 66-65 W 92-88 W 89-102 L 73-62 W 94-85 W 78-73 W 84-80 W 81-75 W 69-59 W 69-78 L 70-64 W 82-68 W 56-62 L 47-68 L 85-72 W 63-75 L 59-57 W 66-62 W 84-66 W 77-71 W

CALIFORNIA

BYU Leads: 26-10 In PROVO ............................ 18-0..................... BYU.

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Provo Ogden

n NETURAL COURTS ......... 1-0......... Weber State O 1983-84 Salt Lake City 83-65 W

In LOGAN ................................22-8............ Utah State In OGDEN ..............................15-15...................... Tied On NETURAL COURTS ...............2-1..........Weber State

970-71 LOGAN 1 63-62 W 1971-72 LOGAN 69-67 W Ogden 65-67 L 1972-73 Logan 75-81 L OGDEN 75-67 W 1973-74 Logan 64-87 L OGDEN 89-87 (OT) W 1974-75 Logan 66-92 L Ogden 70-72 (OT)L 1975-76 Logan 74-75 L OGDEN 80-65 W 1976-77 LOGAN 72-67 W OGDEN 89-76 W 1977-78 OGDEN 84-79 (OT) W Logan 65-74 L 1978-79 Ogden 70-76 L LOGAN 73-64 W 1979-80 Logan 84-91 (OT) L OGDEN 79-73 W 1980-81 Ogden 66-81 L Logan 69-82 L 1981-82 OGDEN 86-61 W LOGAN 83-78 W 1982-83 OGDEN 83-57 W Logan 62-74 L 1983-84 LOGAN 74-73 W Ogden 63-69 L 1984-85 OGDEN 77-70 W Logan 83-104 L 1985-86 LOGAN 92-85 W OGDEN 108-76 W 1986-87 Ogden 74-84 L Logan 67-75 L 1987-88 Ogden 93-107 L Logan 69-92 L 1988-89 Logan 93-106 L OGDEN 75-74 W 1989-90 Logan 52-70 L Ogden 62-64 L 1990-91 Logan 62-77 L Ogden 72-82 L 1991-92 Ogden 78-92 L Logan 72-84 L 1992-93 OGDEN 85-80 W 1993-94 LOGAN 87-86 W 1995-96 #SALT LAKE (Delta Ctr.) 81-79 (OT) W 1996-97 Ogden 68-80 L 1997-98 Logan 65-71 L 1998-99 #SALT LAKE (Delta Ctr.) 82-72 W 1999-00 OGDEN 86-73 W 2000-01 Logan 77-89 L 2001-02 OGDEN 67-64 W 2002-03 Logan 64-66 L 2003-04 Ogden 60-66 L 2004-05 Logan 56-73 L 2005-06 Ogden 60-69 L 2006-07 %Fairbanks, Alaska 55-68 L Logan 68-77 L 2007-08 OGDEN 78-71 W 2008-09 Logan 49-75 L 2009-10 Ogden 60-66 L &Logan 73-85 L 2010-11 Logan 65-77 L

2009-10 2010-11

California Leads: 1-0

N NEUTRAL COURTS......... 1-0............. California O 1970-71 San Francisco.......... 65-75................................ L

MAYVILLE STATE FIRST MEETING

UTAH UTAH Leads: 26-13

I n SALT LAKE CITY...................17-3......................Utah In OGDEN ................................10-9..........Weber State On NETURAL COURTS ...............0-0..................... None

972-73 1 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91

SALT LAKE OGDEN Salt Lake OGDEN Salt Lake OGDEN Salt Lake SALT LAKE OGDEN Salt Lake Ogden Salt Lake OGDEN Salt Lake OGDEN Salt Lake Ogden Salt Lake Ogden Salt Lake

81-70 88-87 77-88 75-74 81-88 71-61 88-98 86-81 91-79 61-76 67-68 52-62 94-83 59-65 68-67 63-65 62-83 63-66 62-64 52-68

W (OT) W L W (OT) L W L W W L (3 OTs) L L W L W L L L L L

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SERIES RECORD VS. 2011-12 OPPONENTS 991-92 OGDEN 1 1992-93 Did Not Play 1993-94 OGDEN 1994-95 Salt Lake 1995-96 Ogden 1996-97 Salt Lake 1997-98 Ogden 1998-99 Salt Lake 1999-00 OGDEN 2000-01 SALT LAKE 2001-02 Ogden 2002-03 Salt Lake City 2003-04 Ogden 2005-06 Ogden 2006-07 Salt Lake City 2007-08 Ogden 2008-09 Salt Lake City 2009-10 OGDEN 2010-11 Salt Lake City

72-59

W

98-85 54-71 60-89 48-83 72-87 74-87 84-72 79-77 59-70 58-72 60-70 67-62 55-67 52-72 64-74 83-76 75-90

W L L L L L W W L L L (OT) L L L L W L

EASTERN WASHINGTON WEBER STATE Leads: 39-20

In CHENEY: .................... 14-13....Eastern Washington In OGDEN: ..................... 26-4...................Weber State NETURAL COURTS: ...... 2-0 .......Eastern Washington

978-79 OGDEN 1 1983-84 OGDEN 1984-85 OGDEN CHENEY 1985-86 OGDEN Cheney 1987-88 OGDEN Cheney 1988-89 Cheney OGDEN 1989-90 Cheney OGDEN #Boise, ID 1990-91 OGDEN CHENEY 1991-92 Cheney OGDEN 1992-93 OGDEN CHENEY 1993-94 CHENEY OGDEN 1994-95 OGDEN CHENEY 1995-96 CHENEY OGDEN 1996-97 Cheney OGDEN 1997-98 OGDEN Cheney 1998-99 CHENEY OGDEN 1999-00 Ogden Cheney 2000-01 CHENEY Ogden 2001-02 OGDEN Cheney #Bozeman, MT 2002-03 OGDEN CHENEY #OGDEN 2003-04 Cheney OGDEN #Cheney 004-05 OGDEN 2 CHENEY 2005-06 Cheney Ogden 2006-07 OGDEN Cheney 2007-08 OGDEN Cheney

83-65 W 74-63 W 98-47 W 61-55 W 68-64 W 82-85 OT L 89-69 W 64-66 L 63-66 L 82-73 W 79-81 OT L 77-66 W 67-83 L 88-80 W 73-72 W 68-71 L 109-67 W 64-57 W 83-73 W 100-68 W 87-60 W 72-59 W 83-74 W 119-88 W 106-83 W 73-81 L 98-69 W 97-81 W 64-75 L 101-100 4 OTs W 97-82 W 78-90 L 83-95 L 70-64 W 70-81 L 89-78 W 66-68 L 57-62 L 74-61 W 67-64 W 60-57 W 67-73 L 81-78 OT W 53-72 L 63-58 65-63 50-59 73-76 93-84 74-89 74-64 57-69

W W L L W L W L

008-09 CHENEY 2 OGDEN 2009-10 OGDEN CHENEY 2010-11 CHENEY Ogden #OGDEN

#BIG SKY TOURNAMENT

W W W W W L W

IDAHO STATE WEBER STATE Leads: 70-40

In POCATELLO: ..................26-24............ Idaho State In OGDEN: .........................42-11........... Weber State On NETURAL COURTS: ....4-3 .............. Weber State

962-63 OGDEN 1 1963-64 Pocatello Pocatello OGDEN 1964-65 OGDEN POCATELLO 1965-66 OGDEN POCATELLO 1966-67 OGDEN Pocatello 1967-68 POCATELLO POCATELLO OGDEN 1968-69 OGDEN OGDEN POCATELLO 1969-70 Pocatello POCATELLO Ogden 1970-71 Pocatello OGDEN 1971-72 Pocatello OGDEN 1972-73 OGDEN POCATELLO 1973-74 Ogden POCATELLO 1974-75 POCATELLO Ogden 1975-76 Pocatello OGDEN 1976-77 Pocatello OGDEN #Pocatello 1977-78 OGDEN Pocatello #MISSOULA, MT 1978-79 POCATELLO OGDEN 1979-80 POCATELLO OGDEN 1980-81 Pocatello OGDEN 1981-82 POCATELLO Ogden 1982-83 OGDEN Pocatello 1983-84 Pocatello OGDEN 1984-85 OGDEN POCATELLO #Boise, Idaho 1985-86 Pocatello Ogden 1986-87 OGDEN Pocatello 1987-88 %Provo, Utah Ogden Pocatello #Bozeman, Montana 1988-89 OGDEN Pocatello 1989-90 OGDEN POCATELLO

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77-69 74-57 89-67 85-57 80-68 59-75 79-70

81-72 W 79-92 L 81-84 L 104-88 W 64-55 W 79-75 W 114-92 W 102-92 W 99-84 W 84-86 L 87-75 W 92-74 W 108-73 W 82-66 W 75-68 W 94-75 W 77-85 L 70-65 OT W 85-87 OT L 65-67 L 81-74 W 63-67 L 89-75 W 75-54 W 56-52 W 67-71 OT L 66-64 W 67-59 W 55-56 L 58-75 L 71-70 W 71-85 L 80-73 W 55-61 L 68-65 W 67-77 L 84-79 W 81-70 W 85-68 W 83-67 W 81-67 W 60-61 L 78-67 4OTs W 77-67 W 68-71 L 95-65 W 52-64 L 58-62 L 88-71 W 85-68 W 102-86 W 78-80 L 58-59 L 62-66 L 68-66 W 58-79 L 71-72 L 58-73 L 69-78 L 57-58 L 85-57 W 71-77 L 86-68 W 54-52 W

1990-91 Ogden 74-75 L Pocatello 96-99 OT L 1991-92 OGDEN 80-77 W Pocatello 82-88 L #MISSOULA, MT 92-74 W 1992-93 OGDEN 91-80 W Pocatello 89-94 L 1993-94 Pocatello 73-94 L OGDEN 102-88 W 1994-95 Pocatello 70-86 L OGDEN 89-73 W #OGDEN 71-65 W 1995-96 OGDEN 93-67 W Pocatello 70-77 L 1996-97 OGDEN 71-65 W POCATELLO 84-76 W #FLAGSTAFF, AZ 68-58 W 1997-98 POCATELLO 69-60 W OGDEN 77-50 W 1998-99 OGDEN 77-56 W POCATELLO 76-62 W 1999-00 POCATELLO 84-77 W OGDEN 73-71 W 2000-01 OGDEN 80-76 W Pocatello 73-78 L #NORTHRIDGE, CA 86-67 W 2001-02 POCATELLO 65-46 W OGDEN 88-82 OT W 2002-03 POCATELLO 82-76 W OGDEN 87-70 W 2003-04 Pocatello 74-75 L Ogden 75-81 L 2004-05 Pocatello 60-84 L OGDEN 79-56 W 2005-06 OGDEN 66-61 W Pocatello 74-81 L 2006-07 Ogden 55-58 L POCATELLO 71-58 W 2007-08 OGDEN 59-57 W Pocatello 59-63 L 2008-09 POCATELLO 76-67 OT W OGDEN 75-61 W 2009-10 POCATELLO 95-93 3 OTs W OGDEN 89-64 W 2010-11 OGDEN 71-67 W POCATELLO 63-39 W #BIG SKY TOURNAMENT %Cougar Classic - Provo, Utah

MONTANA WEBER STATE Leads: 63-47

In MISSOULA: ...........................29-22........................ Montana In OGDEN: ................................40-15.................. Weber State On NETURAL COURTS: ..........3-1 ........................... Montana Weber State WINS Are in BLACK CAPS

962-63 OGDEN 1 Missoula 1963-64 Missoula OGDEN 1964-65 Missoula OGDEN 1965-66 Missoula OGDEN 1966-67 MISSOULA OGDEN 1967-68 Ogden OGDEN MISSOULA 1968-69 OGDEN MISSOULA MISSOULA 1969-70 MISSOULA OGDEN OGDEN 1970-71 OGDEN MISSOULA 1971-72 Missoula OGDEN

89-79 W 75-84 L 62-74 L 83-78 W 74-75 L 98-75 W 66-84 L 106-82 W 72-70 W 96-77 W 67-74 L 75-51 W 83-63 W 91-61 W 96-72 W 95-77 W 85-80 W 58-51 W 104-61 W 85-64 W 82-57 W 60-62 L 71-60 W

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SERIES RECORD VS. 2011-12 OPPONENTS 1972-73 OGDEN MISSOULA 1973-74 Missoula Ogden 1974-75 Missoula Ogden 1975-76 Missoula OGDEN 1976-77 OGDEN Missoula 1977-78 Missoula Ogden #MISSOULA 1978-79 OGDEN Missoula #OGDEN 1979-80 MISSOULA OGDEN #OGDEN 1980-81 Ogden Missoula 1981-82 Ogden Missoula 1982-83 OGDEN MISSOULA #RENO, NEVADA 1983-84 MISSOULA OGDEN 1984-85 OGDEN Missoula 1985-86 Missoula OGDEN #Reno, Nevada 1986-87 OGDEN Missoula 1987-88 Missoula OGDEN 1988-89 MISSOULA Ogden 1989-90 Ogden Missoula 1990-91 Missoula Ogden 1991-92 Missoula Ogden 1992-93 Missoula OGDEN 1993-94 OGDEN MISSOULA 1994-95 Ogden MISSOULA #OGDEN 1995-96 Missoula OGDEN 1996-97 OGDEN MISSOULA #Flagstaff, Arizona 1997-98 MISSOULA OGDEN 1998-99 OGDEN %Missoula 1999-00 MISSOULA Ogden 2000-01 OGDEN Missoula 2001-02 Ogden MISSOULA 2002-03 OGDEN MISSOULA 2003-04 MISSOULA Ogden 2004-05 OGDEN Missoula #Portland, Oregon 2005-06 Missoula OGDEN 2006-07 Missoula OGDEN 2007-08 MISSOULA

61-48 W 67-56 W 69-88 L 61-62 L 48-68 L 59-62 L 60-69 L 76-66 W 83-72 W 62-75 L 52-62 L 56-58 OT L 62-55 OT W 60-46 W 73-78 L 98-71 W 51-48 W 74-60 W 50-42 W 62-69 L 51-68 L 44-47 L 50-61 L 70-63 W 56-54 W 54-53 W 67-59 OT W 59-58 W 95-70 W 58-66 L 61-87 L 95-80 W 68-72 L 84-70 W 78-82 L 57-60 L 67-60 W 76-66 W 59-65 L 51-65 L 63-65 L 60-72 L 67-79 L 60-62 L 73-77 L 61-68 L 74-66 W 97-91 3OTs W 84-75 W 87-92 L 57-54 W 84-62 W 77-84 L 97-80 W 104-95 W 72-68 W 56-81 L 60-58 W 70-63 W 79-61 W 53-87 L 78-76 W 54-66 L 80-69 W 63-66 L 73-80 L 90-71 W 97-73 W 75-72 W 74-61 W 55-58 L 76-62 W 72-80 L 61-63 L 65-71 L 72-67 W 86--90 OT L 73-67 W 68-67 W

OGDEN 2008-09 OGDEN MISSOULA 2009-10 OGDEN Missoula #Ogden 2010-11 Missoula OGDEN

#BIG SKY TOURNAMENT %Game Played at Sentinel High School

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MONTANA STATE WEBER STATE Leads: 72-35

In BOZEMAN: ............................27-24...............Montana State In OGDEN: ................................46-7.................... Weber State On NETURAL COURTS: ..........2-1 ..................... Weber State

1963-64 Bozeman 69-89 L OGDEN 91-84 W 1964-65 BOZEMAN 83-72 W OGDEN 101-84 W 1965-66 BOZEMAN 105-91 W OGDEN 100-76 W 1966-67 Bozeman 63-79 L Ogden 67-79 L 1967-68 OGDEN 94-61 W Bozeman 63-70 L BOZEMAN 85-50 W 1968-69 OGDEN 71-60 W OGDEN 86-69 W BOZEMAN 86-84 OT W 1969-70 BOZEMAN 73-70 W BOZEMAN 66-52 W OGDEN 80-55 W 1970-71 OGDEN 87-63 W BOZEMAN 96-80 W 1971-72 BOZEMAN 62-49 W OGDEN 68-53 W 1972-73 OGDEN 86-63 W BOZEMAN 66-57 W 1973-74 Bozeman 58-63 L OGDEN 60-49 W 1974-75 BOZEMAN 85-74 W OGDEN 78-74 W 1975-76 Bozeman 80-88 L OGDEN 84-79 W 1976-77 OGDEN 96-83 W BOZEMAN 105-87 W 1977-78 BOZEMAN 83-73 W OGDEN 90-80 W 1978-79 OGDEN 59-51 W Bozeman 71-74 L 1979-80 BOZEMAN 77-60 W OGDEN 94-83 W #OGDEN 93-70 W 1980-81 Ogden 41-50 L Bozeman 57-60 L 1981-82 OGDEN 71-56 W Bozeman 55-69 L 1982-83 OGDEN 87-75 W BOZEMAN 71-54 W 1983-84 Bozeman 66-69 L OGDEN 68-59 W 1984-85 OGDEN 79-66 W Bozeman 66-79 L 1985-86 Bozeman 78-95 L OGDEN 119-114 2 OTs W 1986-87 Ogden 83-88 L Bozeman 78-108 L #FLAGSTAFF, AZ 106-101 W 1987-88 Bozeman 77-81 L OGDEN 80-76 OT W 1988-89 OGDEN 78-64 W BOZEMAN 81-77 W 1989-90 Bozeman 63-67 L OGDEN 91-74 W 1990-91 BOZEMAN 97-90 W OGDEN 84-75 W 1991-92 BOZEMAN 81-60 W

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76-67 71-55 68-59 64-56 61-75 65-66 56-75 68-52

OGDEN 1992-93 BOZEMAN OGDEN #MOSCOW, ID 1993-94 OGDEN *Bozeman 1994-95 OGDEN BOZEMAN 1995-96 Bozeman OGDEN #Bozeman 1996-97 Ogden Bozeman 1997-98 Bozeman OGDEN #Flagstaff, Arizona 1998-99 OGDEN BOZEMAN #OGDEN 1999-00 Bozeman OGDEN 2000-01 OGDEN Bozeman 2001-02 Ogden Bozeman 2002-03 OGDEN BOZEMAN 2003-04 Bozeman OGDEN 2004-05 Ogden Bozeman 2005-06 Bozeman OGDEN 2006-07 OGDEN Bozeman 2007-08 BOZEMAN OGDEN #OGDEN 2008-09 Ogden BOZEMAN #Ogden 2009-10 OGDEN BOZEMAN 2010-11 Bozeman OGDEN

89-81 OT W 71-65 W 84-79 W 91-72 W 84-75 W 81-85 L 86-80 W 79-75 W 71-90 L 94-90 W 70-81 L 71-87 L 85-97 L 64-77 L 73-59 W 64-69 L 84-70 W 79-68 W 93-73 W 70-77 L 98-81 W 94-81 W 87-92 L 62-64 L 68-79 L 78-70 W 70-58 W 48-61 L 76-59 W 67-76 L 65-78 L 65-81 L 67-56 W 83-63 W 48-63 L 78-76 W 73-63 W 65-49 W 70-75 L 84-64 W 61-70 L 75-62 W 75-71 W 72-75 L 78-58 W

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NORTHERN ARIZONA WEBER STATE Leads: 67-26

In FLAGSTAFF: ...................25-19........... Weber State In OGDEN: .........................407.............. Weber State On NETURAL COURTS: ....1-0 ...... Northern Arizona

965-66 FLAGSTAFF 1 OGDEN 1966-67 FLAGSTAFF OGDEN 1967-68 FLAGSTAFF OGDEN 1970-71 FLAGSTAFF OGDEN 1971-72 Flagstaff OGDEN 1972-73 Flagstaff OGDEN 1973-74 FLAGSTAFF OGDEN 1974-75 Flagstaff Ogden 1975-76 Flagstaff OGDEN #OGDEN 1976-77 OGDEN FLAGSTAFF 1977-78 FLAGSTAFF OGDEN 1978-79 OGDEN Flagstaff

115-113 4OTs W 99-88 W 90-78 W 78-76 W 68-65 W 103-72 W 90-69 W 91-50 W 72-84 L 86-68 W 63-69 L 93-72 W 71-56 W 66-54 W 76-80 L 76-77 L 71-76 L 95-77 W 63-58 W 97-73 W 92-86 OT W 73-72 W 78-66 W 84-67 W 64-66 L

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SERIES RECORD VS. 2011-12 OPPONENTS #OGDEN 92-70 W 1979-80 OGDEN 73-58 W FLAGSTAFF 28-22 W 1980-81 Flagstaff 57-58 OT L OGDEN 83-57 W 1981-82 OGDEN 66-65 W FLAGSTAFF 73-61 W 1982-83 OGDEN 80-58 W FLAGSTAFF 60-52 W 1983-84 OGDEN 66-54 W FLAGSTAFF 73-63 W 1984-85 Flagstaff 68-75 L OGDEN 87-75 W 1985-86 Ogden 57-65 L Flagstaff 64-86 L 1986-87 Flagstaff 65-66 L OGDEN 88-79 W 1987-88 OGDEN 80-65 W Flagstaff 67-87 L 1988-89 FLAGSTAFF 62-50 W OGDEN 96-71 W 1989-90 OGDEN 67-49 W Flagstaff 58-67 L 1990-91 FLAGSTAFF 93-77 W OGDEN 119-69 W 1991-92 OGDEN 96-61 W FLAGSTAFF 92-75 W 1992-93 FLAGSTAFF 74-70 W OGDEN 100-74 W 1993-94 OGDEN 79-71 W Flagstaff 76-78 L 1994-95 FLAGSTAFF 72-63 W OGDEN 85-67 W 1995-96 OGDEN 89-67 W FLAGSTAFF 101-64 W 1996-97 Flagstaff 73-83 L OGDEN 96-90 OT W 1997-98 OGDEN 83-75 W Flagstaff 70-79 OT L 1998-99 FLAGSTAFF 92-88 OT W OGDEN 77-57 W #OGDEN 81-75 W 1999-00 Ogden 66-76 L FLAGSTAFF 84-73 W 2000-01 OGDEN 79-76 W Flagstaff 68-76 L 2001-02 OGDEN 78-66 W Flagstaff 79-85 L 2002-03 FLAGSTAFF 64-61 W OGDEN 79-64 W 2003-04 Ogden 67-73 L FLAGSTAFF 73-70 W 2004-05 Flagstaff 71-86 L OGDEN 94-73 W 2005-06 Ogden 82-88 L Flagstaff 69-77 L 2006-07 FLAGSTAFF 81-73 W OGDEN 86-79 W #OGDEN 88-80 W 2007-08 Ogden 56-69 L Flagstaff 71-74 L #Portland, Oregon 70-75 L 2008-09 FLAGSTAFF 59-54 W OGDEN 70-51 W 2009-10 FLAGSTAFF 87-62 W OGDEN 76-66 W 2010-11 FLAGSTAFF 68-67 W OGDEN 82-55 W

NORTHERN COLORADO WEBER STATE Leads: 7-3

In GREELEY .......................3-2.....Northern Colorado. In OGDEN ..........................5-0............... Weber State On NETURAL COURTS .....0-0 ..............No Meetings

2006-07 GREELEY OGDEN 2007-08 Greeley OGDEN 2008-09 OGDEN GREELEY 2009-10 Greeley OGDEN 2010-11 Greeley OGDEN

61-60 W 76-65 W 52-55 L 70-54 W 88-84 OT W 82-76 W 75-84 L 81-76 W 65-46 L 72-71 W

PORTLAND STATE WEBER STATE Leads: 27-11

In PORTLAND: ...................10-8......... Portland State In OGDEN: .........................18-1............. Weber State On NETURAL COURTS: ....1-0 .............. Weber State

964-65 ^PORTLAND 1 OGDEN 1965-66 OGDEN ^PORTLAND 1996-97 OGDEN ^^^^Portland 1997-98 ^^^Portland OGDEN 1998-99 ^^^Portland OGDEN 1999-00 OGDEN ^^PORTLAND 2000-01 ^Portland OGDEN 2001-02 OGDEN ^Portland #BOZEMAN, MT 2002-03 OGDEN ^PORTLAND 2003-04 ^PORTLAND OGDEN 2004-05 ^Portland OGDEN ^^#PORTLAND 2005-06 ^Portland Ogden 2006-07 OGDEN ^PORTLAND #OGDEN 2007-08 OGDEN ^Portland 2008-09 ^PORTLAND OGDEN 2009-10 OGDEN ^Portland #OGDEN 2010-11 ^Portland OGDEN

#BIG SKY TOURNAMENT

74-57 W 100-54 W 79-71 W 80-71 W 74-73 W 75-77 L 65-77 L 61-51 W 59-82 L 92-82 W 80-65 W 92-79 W 80-85 L 85-71 W 90-85 W 77-83 L 84-62 W 77-64 W 83-73 W 68-63 W 71-57 W 62-73 L 70-66 W 71-61 W 59-73 L 66-77 L 75-65 64-62 77-74 73-68 73-76 80-66 78-68

SACRAMENTO STATE WEBER STATE Leads: 31-4

In SACRAMENTO ...............14-3......... Montana State In OGDEN ..........................17-1............. Weber State On NETURAL COURTS .....0-0 ............... No Meeting

1969-70 OGDEN 59-53 W 1977-78 OGDEN 82-74 W 1996-97 SACRAMENTO 72-67 W OGDEN 97-66 W 1997-98 OGDEN 89-54 W SACRAMENTO 88-52 W 1998-99 SACRAMENTO 81-76 W OGDEN 91-50 W 1999-00 OGDEN 82-62 W SACRAMENTO 88-72 W 2000-01 SACRAMENTO 81-70 W OGDEN 98-88 W 2001-02 OGDEN 86-83 W SACRAMENTO 76-72 OT W 2002-03 SACRAMENTO 65-53 W OGDEN 88-65 W #OGDEN 82-60 W 2003-04 OGDEN 65-54 W Sacramento 61-64 L #SACRAMENTO 68-62 W 2004-05 Sacramento 72-78 L OGDEN 57-55 W #SACRAMENTO 74-71 W 2005-06 Ogden 66-73 L SACRAMENTO 76-73 OT W 2006-07 OGDEN 88-68 W Sacramento 83-105 L 2007-08 OGDEN 69-56 W SACRAMENTO 89-69 W 2008-09 SACRAMENTO 67-59 W OGDEN 97-61 W 2009-10 SACRAMENTO 80-65 W OGDEN 81-59 W 2010-11 OGDEN 84-71 W SACRAMENTO 73-70 W #BIG SKY TOURNAMENT

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86-83 W 79-84 L 69-60 W 69-71 L 80-58 W

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BIG SKY CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT HISTORY WEBER STATE ALL-TIME RECORD: 36-26 1975-76 - 2nd 63......NORTHERN ARIZONA.... 58.....W 70......Boise State (2 ots)............ 77...... L . AT OGDEN, UTAH

1985-86 - t3rd 79......BOISE STATE.................. 76......W 68......Montana........................... 72...... L . at Reno, Nevada

1994-95 - 1st 71......IDAHO STATE.................. 65.....W 84......MONTANA........................ 62.....W AT OGDEN, UTAH

2003-04 - t3rd 68......at SACRAMENTO ST....... 62.....W 53......at Eastern Washington..... 72.....W at Cheney, Washington

1976-77 - 2nd 69......GONZAGA....................... 68..... W 55......Idaho State....................... 61...... L . at Pocatello, Idaho

1986-87 - t3rd 106....MONTANA STATE.......... 101......W 90......Nevada............................. 98...... L . at Flagstaff, Arizona

1995-96 - 2nd 77......BOISE STATE.................. 70..... W 70......Montana State.................. 81...... L at Bozeman, Montana

1977-78 - 1st 84......IDAHO STATE.................. 79.....W 62......MONTANA (OT)............... 55.....W . at Missoula, Montana

1987-88 t5th 96......NEVADA (OT).................. 93.....W 57......Idaho State....................... 58...... L . at Bozeman, Montana

1996-97 - t3rd 68......IDAHO STATE.................. 58..... W 56......Montana .......................... 81...... L at Flagstaff, Arizona

2004-05 - 2nd 74......at SACRAMENTO ST....... 71.....W 71......at Portland State.............. 61.....W 61......Montana........................... 63...... L at Portland, Ore. (Memorial Coliseum)

1978-79 - 1st 98......MONTANA........................ 71.....W 92......NORTHERN ARIZONA.... 70.....W AT OGDEN, UTAH

1988-89 - t3rd 69......NEVADA........................... 61.....W 60......Boise State....................... 71...... L . at Boise, Idaho

1997-98 - t3rd 64......Montana State ................. 69...... L at Flagstaff, Arizona

2006-07 - 1st 77......PORTLAND STATE.......... 74.....W 88......NORTHERN ARIZONA.... 80.....W AT OGDEN, UTAH

1979-80 - 1st 93......MONTANA STATE............ 70.....W 50......MONTANA........................ 42.....W . AT OGDEN,UTAH

1989-90 - t3rd 75......NEVADA........................... 66.....W 67......Eastern Washington......... 83...... L . at Boise, Idaho

1998-99 - 1st 93......MONTANA STATE............ 73.....W 81......NORTHERN ARIZONA.... 75.....W AT OGDEN, UTAH

2007-08 - t3rd 65 ......Montana State.................. 49.....W. 70......Northern Arizona.............. 75....... L at Portland, Oregon (Rose Garden)

1980-81 - DID NOT PLAY at Moscow, Idaho

1990-91 - t5th 54......Idaho................................ 60...... L . at Missoula, Montana

1999-00 - t3rd 68......Cal State Northridge......... 73...... L at Missoula, Montana

2008-09 - t3rd 61 ......MONTANA STATE............ 61...... L . AT OGDEN, UTAH

2000-01 - t3rd 86......IDAHO STATE.................. 67.....W 74......Cal State Northridge......... 91...... L at Northridge, California

2009-10 - 1st 69 ......PORTLAND STATE.......... 60.....W 65 ......MONTANA........................ 66...... L AT OGDEN, UTAH

2001-02 - t3rd 84......PORTLAND STATE.......... 62.....W 57......Eastern Washington......... 62...... L at Bozeman, Montana

2010-11 - t3rd 79......E. WASHINGTON............ 70.....W 40......MONTANA........................ 57...... L at Greeley, Colorado

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1981-82 - t3rd 55......Idaho................................ 57...... L . at Moscow, Idaho 1982-83 - 1st 54......MONTANA........................ 53.....W 87......NEVADA........................... 78.....W . at Reno, Nevada 1983-84 - t3rd 67......IDAHO.............................. 58.....W 68......Nevada............................. 85...... L . AT OGDEN, UTAH 1984-85 - t5th 78......Idaho State....................... 80...... L . at Boise, Idaho

1991-92 - t3rd 92......IDAHO STATE.................. 74.....W 83......Nevada............................. 92...... L . at Missoula, Montana 1992-93 - t3rd 91......MONTANA STATE............ 72.....W 63......Boise State....................... 69...... L at Moscow, Idaho 1993-94 - t3rd 72......Boise State....................... 84...... L at Boise, Idaho

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2005-06 - DID NOT PLAY at Flagstaff, Arizona

2002-03 - 1st 82......SACRAMENTO STATE.... 60.....W 60......E. WASHINGTON............ 57.....W AT OGDEN, UTAH

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INDIVIDUAL/TEAM RECORDS POINTS

Career 2,019 - Bruce Collins (1976-80) Season 713 - Harold Arceneaux (1998-99) Game 45 - Stan Mayhew, vs. Utah State (1977) Team Season 2,550 - (1975-76) Team Game 128 - vs. Chaminade (12-09-75)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

Career .585 - Rico Washington (1987-89) Season .615 (240-390) - Stan Rose (1992-93) Game 1.000 (10-10) - Jermaine Boyette, vs. Idaho State (03-08-01) Team Season .518 - (1979-80) Team Game .950 (19-20) - vs. Santa Clara (11-27-84)

REBOUNDS

Career 1,143 - Willie Sojourner (1968-71) Season 411 - Willie Sojourner (1969-70) Game 25 - Willie Sojourner, vs. West Texas St. (12-12-69) Team Season 1,463 - (1968-69) Team Game 101 - vs. Idaho State (01-22-66)

FIELD GOALS MADE

Career 823 - Bruce Collins (1976-80) Season 266 - Harold Arceneaux (1998-99) Game 18 - Stan Mayhew, vs. Idaho St. (01-18-77) Team Season 985 - (1978-79) Team Game 55 - vs. Chaminade (12-09-75)

FREE THROWS MADE

Career 486 - Jermaine Boyette (2000-03) Season 228 - Jermaine Boyette (2002-03) Game 18 - Harold Arceneaux, at ISU (01-21-00) Team Season 588 - (1975-76) Team Game 52 (52-57) - vs. Montana State (01-08-77)

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

Career 622 - Jermaine Boyette (2000-03) Season 283 - Jermaine Boyette (2002-03) Game 21 - Rico Washington, vs. ISU (02-26-88) Team Season 862 - (1971-72) Team Game 61 (41-61) - vs. Prairie View A&M (11-24-90)

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

Career 1,317 - Jimmie Watts (1973-76) Season 533 - Jimmie Watts (1975-76) Game 30 - Jim Lyon, vs. Idaho State (01-03-64) Team Season 2,146 - (1975-76) Team Game 115 - vs. Idaho State (01-22-66)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

Career .866 - Eddie Gill (1998-00) Season .905 (86-95) - Kent Hagen (1984-85) Game 1.000 (15-15) - Jimmy Degraffenried, vs. Alaska-Anchorage (01-06-96) Team Season .782 - (1984-85) Team Game .950 (19-20) - vs. Santa Clara (11-27-84)

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

Career 241 - John Hamilton (2000-04) Season 83 - Eddie Gill (1998-99) Game 9 - Greg Boyd, vs. Nevada (03-10-88) Team Season 245 - (1995-96) Team Game 15 - at E. Washington (01-27-96)

3-PT. FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Career 594 - John Hamiton (2000-04) Season 203 - Eddie Gill (1998-99) Game 13 - Greg Boyd, vs. Nevada (03-10-88) Team Season 601 - (1993-94) Team Game 41 - at Utah State (12-07-93)

3- POINT FIELD GOAL PCT.

Career .464 (65-140) - Justyn Tebbs (1994-96) Season .500 (50-100) - Justyn Tebbs (1994-95) Game 1.000 (6-6) - Alex Fisher, vs. BYU (12-04-96) Team Season .421 - (1989-90) Team Game .865 (6-7) - vs. Boise State (03-03-90)

ASSISTS

Career 642 - Mark Mattos (1976-80) Season 213 - Mark Mattos (1979-80) Game 17 - Mark Mattos, at MSU (02-26-77) Team Season 467 - (1976-77) Team Game 41 - vs. NAU (03-02-91)

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INDIVIDUAL/TEAM RECORDS MOST POINTS IN A GAME

1. 128.....vs. Chaminade...................W... 128-70............ 12/09/75 2. 120.....Whitworth............................W... 120-84............ 12/30/63 120.....Gonzaga.............................W... 120-72............ 01/12/70 4. 119.....Montana State....................W... 119-114 (2ot).. 02/14/86 119.....Northern Arizona................W... 119-69............ 03/02/91 6. 117.....Prairie View A&M................W... 117-79.............11/24/90 7. 116.....Chico State.........................W... 116-62............ 12/21/63 116.....US Coast Guard.................W... 116-76............ 12/20/93 9. 115.....at Northern Arizona............W... 115-113 (4ot).. 01/27/66 115.....Oral Roberts.......................W... 115-80............ 12/16/91 114.....Southern Colorado.............W... 114-78............ 01/23/67 112.....at Westminster....................W... 112-109 (ot).... 12/16/63 112.....Cal State-Los Angeles........W... 112-96............ 12/30/66 110.....Puget Sound.......................W... 110-69............ 12/08/79

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY

1. 58.......vs. Chaminade...................W... 128-70............ 12/09/75 2. 56.......vs. Idaho.............................W... 106-50............ 01/08/72 3. 54.......Texas Wesleyan.................W... 98-44.............. 12/29/84 54.......Chico State.........................W... 116-62............ 12/21/63 5. 53.......Humboldt State...................W... 97-44.............. 12/17/68 6. 50.......Northern Arizona................W... 119-69............ 03/02/91 7. 49.......Wisconsin-Superior............W... 78-29.............. 12/03/81 8. 48.......Gonzaga.............................W... 120-72............ 01/12/70 9. 47.......Saint Martin’s College.........W... 101-54............ 12/30/88 10. 46.......Portland State.....................W... 100-54............ 01/15/65 46.......Chapman College...............W... 100-54............ 12/01/66

LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT

FEWEST POINTS IN A GAME

1. 42.......vs. Akron.............................L.... 92-50.............. 03/03/89

MOST POINTS ALLOWED IN A GAME

1. 11,735............ Idaho State................................ 02/23/80 11,735............ Montana State........................... 02/09/80 11,735............ Nevada...................................... 01/19/80 4. 11,692............ Utah........................................... 12/20/77 11,698............ Utah State.................................. 10/10/77 6. 11,505............ Lamar (NCAA Tournament)....... 03/06/80 7. 11,454............ Idaho.......................................... 02/26/83 8. 11,373............ BYU........................................... 01/06/83 9. 11,315............ Utah........................................... 12/09/79 10. 11,233............ BYU........................................... 11/29/90

1. 28.......at Northern Arizona............W... 28-22.............. 02/16/80 2. 32.......at New Mexico....................L.... 32-62.............. 12/23/07 3. 38.......at Texas Western................L.... 38-72.............. 01/21/67 4. 39.......Boise State.........................L.... 39-44.............. 02/06/81 39.......vs. Princeton.......................L.... 39-67.............. 12/28/82 6. 40.......at Utah................................L.... 40-51.............. 12/28/04 40.......vs. Montana (Big Sky)........L.... 40-57...............03/08/11 8. 42.......at Boise State.....................L.... 42-44.............. 02/02/74 42.......at Idaho..............................W... 42-39.............. 01/20/79 42.......Idaho..................................W... 42-41(ot)........ 01/05/80 42.......vs. UCLA (NCAA)...............L.... 42-70.............. 03/15/07

1. 120.....at Cal State-Los Angeles....L.... 120-108.......... 12/06/63 2. 114.....Montana State....................W... 119-114 (2ot).. 02/14/86 3. 113.....at Northern Arizona............W... 115-113 (4ot).. 01/27/66 4. 112.....at Cal State Fullerton..........L.... 93-112............ 03/02/63 5. 109.....at Westminster....................W... 112-109 (ot).... 12/16/63 6. 108.....at Montana State................L.... 78-108............ 02/12/87 7. 106.....at Southern Colorado.........L.... 81-106............ 02/14/64 106.....at Hawaii.............................L.... 88-106............ 12/08/75 106.....at Utah State......................L.... 93-106............ 12/03/88 10. 105.....at Long Beach State...........L.... 79-105............ 12/18/76 105.....at Sacramento State...........L.... 83-105............ 02/26/07

TOP 10 ATTENDANCE HOME GAMES

Longest Winning Streak: 18 games 1979-80 Longest Losing Streak: 8 games 1986-87

FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED IN A GAME

1. 22.......at Northern Arizona............W... 28-22.............. 02/16/80 2. 29.......Wisconsin-Superior............W... 78-29.............. 12-03/81 3. 39.......Boise State.........................W... 45-39...............01/11/86 39.......at Idaho State.....................W... 63-39...............02/22/11 5. 41.......at Gonzaga.........................W... 43-41.............. 02/06/70 41.......Idaho..................................W... 65-41.............. 02/18/71 41.......Cal Poly Ponoma................W... 54-41...............12/11/71 41.......Idaho..................................W... 42-41 (ot)....... 01/05/80 9. 42.......Montana.............................W... 50-42.............. 03/01/80 42.......Gonzaga.............................W... 66-42...............11/26/82

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CAREER RECORDS CAREER POINTS

1. Bruce Collins (1976-80) 2. Jimmy Degraffenried (1991-96) 3. Jermaine Boyette (2000-03) 4. Willie Sojourner (1968-71) 5. Jimmie Watts (1972-76) 6. Al Hamilton (1990-93) 7. Todd Harper (1978-82) 8. David Johnson (1976-80) 9. Harold Arceneaux (1998-00) 10. John Hamilton (2000-04) 11. Rico Washington (1987-89) 12. Richard Smith (1976-80) 13. Damian Lillard (2008-pres.) 14. Damian Baskerville (1995-99) 15. Randy Worster (1982-85) 16. Jerry Trice (1963-66) 17. Royal Edwards (1979-83) 18. Bob Davis (1970-72) 19. Greg Harrop (1964-67) 20. Al DeWitt (1972-76) Stephan Bachmann (1999-03) 22. Jim Lyon (1962-64) 23. Lance Allred (2003-05) 24. Alex Fisher (1995-98) 25. Justus Thigpen (1967-69) Kyle Bullinger (2008-pres.)

PTS 2,019 1,624 1,613 1,563 1,553 1,452 1,382 1,369 1,357 1,240 1,196 1,158 1,150 1,123 1,117 1,116 1,094 1,064 1,061 1,052 1,052 1,051 1,021 1,012 1,005 899

CAREER SCORING AVERAGE

1. Harold Arceneaux (1998-00) 2. Rico Washington (1987-89) 3. Jim Lyon (1962-64) 4. Gene Visscher (1964-66) Bob Davis (1970-72) 6. Willie Sojourner (1968-71) 7. Jermaine Boyette (2000-03) 8. Lance Allred (2003-05) 9. Justus Thigpen (1967-69) 10. Al Hamilton (1990-93)

GP 120 117 85 81 111 84 113 98 60 119 57 109 71 108 90 75 105 54 75 79 118 51 56 85 57 94

AVG GP PTS 22.6 60 1,357 21.0 57 1,196 20.6 51 1,051 19.7 50 985 19.7 51 1,064 19.3 81 1,563 19.0 85 1,613 18.2 56 1,021 17.6 57 1,005 17.3 84 1,452

CAREER REBOUNDS REB 1. Willie Sojourner (1968-71) 1,143 2. Jimmie Watts (1973-76) 949 3. Bruce Collins (1976-80) 879 4. Richard Smith (1976-80) 762 5. Al DeWitt (1972-76) 722 6. Royal Edwards (1979-83) 675 7. Bob Davis (1970-72) 663 8. Dan Sparks (1966-68) 654 9. Gene Visscher (1964-66) 640 10. Richard Cooper (1970-73) 630 11. Rico Washington (1987-89) 603 12. Paul Marigney (1873-76) 592 13. Kirk Smith (1993-95) 558 14. David Johnson (1976-80) 557 15. Anthony McGowan (1988-92) 542 16. Jimmy Degraffenried (1991-96) 537 16. Al Hamilton (1990-93) 535 17. Damian Baskerville (1995-99) 534 18. Jerry Trice (1963-66) 524 19. Lonnie Knoble (1969-72) 515 20. Arturas Valeika (2006-08) 512 21. Lance Allred (2003-05) 511 22. Johnnie Moore (1992-94) 508 Kyle Bullinger (2008-pres.) 470

GP 81 111 120 109 79 105 54 52 50 83 57 82 58 98 90 117 84 108 75 77 62 56 57 94

CAREER REBOUND AVERAGE

1. Willie Sojourner (1968-71) 2. Gene Visscher (1967-69) 3. Bob Davis (1970-72) 4. Dan Sparks (1966-68) 5. Rico Washington (1987-89) 6. Kirk Smith (1993-95) 7. Lance Allred (2003-05) 8. Al DeWitt (1972-76) 9. Johnnie Moore (1992-94) 10. Jimmie Watts (1973-76)

*Big Sky Conference record.

AVG GP REB 14.1* 81 1,143 12.8 50 640 12.3 54 663 12.6 52 654 10.6 57 603 9.6 58 558 9.1 56 511 9.1 79 722 8.9 57 508 8.5 111 949

CAREER THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

1. John Hamilton (2000-04) 2. Jimmy Degraffenried (1991-96) 3. Alex Fisher (1995-98) 4. Damian Lillard (2008-pres.) 5. Nick Hansen (2008-10)

3FG GP 241 119 196 117 176 85 152 71 142 62

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SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS SINGLE SEASON SCORING (500 or more points)

1. Harold Arceneaux 2. Jermaine Boyette 3. Stan Rose 4. Bob Davis 5. Jimmy Degraffenried 6. Harold Arceneaux 7. Rico Washington Jimmie Watts 9. Damian Lillard 10. Stan Mayhew 11. Al Hamilton 12. Willie Sojourner 13. Justus Thigpen 14. Willie Sojourner 15. Bruce Collins 16. Bruce Collins 17. Al Hamilton Jim Lyon 19. Bruce Collins 20. Gene Visscher 21. Lance Allred 22. Jim Lyon

PTS YEAR 713 98-99 657 02-03 650 92-93 646 71-72 637 95-96 644 99-00 619 88-89 619 75-76 617 09-10 593 76-77 588 91-92 568 68-69 560 68-69 552 69-70 550 78-79 545 77-78 541 92-93 541 62-63 531 79-80 524 65-66 514 04-05 510 63-64

SINGLE SEASON REBOUNDS AVG 22.3 20.5 23.2 23.1 21.2 23.0 22.1 19.3 19.9 22.0 20.3 18.8 18.6 21.2 16.2 18.8 20.0 20.8 18.3 20.9 17.7 20.4

SINGLE SEASON SCORING AVERAGE

1. Stan Rose 2. Bob Davis 3. Harold Arceneaux 4. Harold Arceneaux 5. Rico Washington 6. Stan Mayhew 7. Jimmy Degraffenried Willie Sojourner 9. Gene Visscher 10. Jim Lyon

AVG YEAR 23.2 92-93 23.1 71-72 23.0 99-00 22.3 98-99 22.1 88-89 22.0 76-77 21.2 95-96 21.2 69-70 20.9 65-66 20.8 62-63

PTS 650 646 644 713 619 593 637 552 524 541

(300 or more rebounds)

1. Willie Sojourner 2. Willie Sojourner 3. Dan Sparks 4. Gene Visscher 5. Lance Allred 6. Willie Sojourner 7. Bob Davis 8. Richard Smith 9. Arturas Valeika 10. Rico Washington Harry Willis Jimmie Watts 13. Rico Washington

REB YEAR 411 69-70 392 68-69 370 67-68 358 65-66 348 04-05 340 70-71 323 71-72 309 78-79 305 07-08 303 88-89 303 86-87 303 75-76 300 87-88

SINGLE SEASON REBOUNDING AVERAGE

1. Willie Sojourner 2. Gene Visscher 3. Dan Sparks 4. Willie Sojourner 5. Willie Sojourner 6. Lance Allred 7. Dan Sparks 8. Bob Davis 9. Rico Washington 10. Harry Willis

AVG YEAR 15.8 69-70 14.3 65-66 13.7 67-68 13.6 70-71 13.1 68-69 12.0 04-05 11.4 66-67 11.1 71-72 10.8 88-89 10.4 86-87

AVG 15.2 13.1 13.7 14.3 12.0 12.6 11.1 9.1 10.2 10.8 10.4 9.5 10.3

REB 411 358 370 340 392 348 284 323 303 303

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SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS SINGLE SEASON FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 4.0 FG’s made per game)

1. Stan Rose 2. Johnnie Moore 3. Rico Washington 4. Kirk Smith 5. Stephan Bachmann 6. Charles Carradine 7. Shawn Campbell 8. Anthony McGowan 9. Rico Washington 10. Jimmy Degraffenried

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

FG 240-390 139-230 209-349 128-214 127-213 131-223 197-339 120-208 233-407 214-374

FGM YEAR 266 98-99 255 75-76 240 92-93 234 71-72 233 88-89 232 91-92 227 77-78 225 76-77 220 94-95 219 78-79

FTM YEAR 228 02-03 199 03-04 185 09-10 178 71-72 170 92-93 170 68-69 167 06-07 162 95-96 159 87-88 153 88-89

SINGLE SEASON FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

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

Jermaine Boyette Stan Rose Rico Washington Bob Davis Willie Sojourner Harold Arceneaux Rico Washington Willie Sojourner Lance Allred Harold Arceneaux

FTA 283 275 262 260 231 226 215 208 199 194

YEAR 02-03 92-93 87-88 71-72 68-69 99-00 88-89 69-70 04-05 98-99

SINGLE SEASON FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

1. Jimmie Watts 2. Harold Arceneaux 3. Bruce Collins 4. Ruben Nembhard 5. Bob Davis 6. Bruce Collins 7. Al Hamilton 8. Al Hamilton 9. Gene Visscher 10. Stan Mayhew

YEAR 92-93 93-94 87-88 95-96 99-00 83-84 84-85 89-90 88-89 95-96

SINGLE SEASON FIELD GOALS MADE

1. Harold Arceneaux 2. Jimmie Watts 3. Stan Rose 4. Bob Davis 5. Rico Washington 6. Al Hamilton 7. Bruce Collins 8. Stan Mayhew 9. Ruben Nembhard 10. Bruce Collins

PCT .615 .604 .599 .598 .596 .587 .581 .577 .573 .571

SINGLE SEASON FREE THROWS MADE

1. Jermaine Boyette 2. Jermaine Boyette 3. Damian Lillard 4. Bob Davis 5. Stan Rose 6. Willie Sojourner 7. David Patten 8. Jimmy Degraffenried 9. Rico Washington 10. Rico Washington

FGA YEAR 533 75-76 521 98-99 486 77-78 482 94-95 480 71-72 479 78-79 458 91-92 454 92-93 437 65-66 433 76-77

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SINGLE SEASON FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 2.0 FG’s made per game)

Michael Ostlund Kent Hagen Terrell Stovall Eddie Gill Alan Campbell Steve Morrison Jimmy Degraffenried Michael Ostlund Jimmy Degraffenried Eddie Gill

PCT YEAR FT .909 89-90 60-66 .905 84-85 86-95 .887 04-05 86-97 .874 98-99 97-111 .867 85-86 85-98 .865 00-01 64-74 .863 93-94 88-102 .863 88-89 44-51 .862 95-96 162-188 .861 99-00 149-173

SINGLE SEASON 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 1.0 3PT made per game) Tyler Billings Justyn Tebbs Scott Bamforth Jimmy Degraffenried Greg Boyd John Hamilton Juan Pablo Silveira Dezmon Harris John Hamilton Jimmy Degraffenried

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

PCT YEAR 3PT .517 06-07 31-60 .500 95-96 50-100 .488 10-11 78-160 .470 95-96 47-100 .464 86-87 32-69 .461 01-02 76-165 .459 06-07 56-122 .447 07-08 46-103 .442 03-04 69-156 .441 90-91 30-68

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SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS SINGLE SEASON THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 3PT YEAR 1. Damian Lillard 84 09-10 2. Eddie Gill 83 98-99 3. Scott Bamforth 78 10-11 4. John Hamilton 76 01-02 5. Nick Hansen 75 09-10 6. Alex Fisher 75 96-97 7. Jimmy Degraffenried 70 94-95 8. John Hamilton 69 03-04 9. Nick Hansen 67 08-09 10. John Hamilton 65 02-03

SINGLE SEASON STEALS STL YEAR 1. Eddie Gill 90 99-00 2. Eddie Gill 88 98-99 3. Robbie Johnson 82 93-94 4. Ruben Nembhard 70 94-95 5. Jermaine Boyette 62 01-02 6. Jermaine Boyette 57 02-03 7. Franklin Session 55 09-10 8. Harold Arceneaux 55 98-99 9. Damien Baskerville 53 97-98 John Price 53 83-84

SINGLE SEASON THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

1. Eddie Gill 2. Robbie Johnson 3. Eddie Gill 4. Damien Baskerville 5. Ruben Nembhard 6. Jermaine Boyette 7. Jermaine Boyette 8. Damien Baskerville 9. Ryan Cuff 10. Jermaine Boyette

1. Damian Lillard 2. Eddie Gill 3. Nick Hansen 4. Robbie Johnson 5. John Hamilton 6. Alex Fisher 7. Alex Fisher 8. Nick Hansen 9. Anthony Steward 10. John Hamilton

3PTA 214 203 198 195 188 187 176 175 166 165

YEAR 09-10 98-99 09-10 93-94 02-03 96-97 97-98 08-09 91-92 01-02

SINGLE SEASON ASSISTS

1. Mark Mattos 2. Aaron McCarthy 3. Mark Mattos 4. Eddie Gill 5. Ryan Cuff 6. John Price 7. John Price 8. Eddie Gill 9. Robbie Johnson 10. Robert Maxwell

AST YEAR AVG 213 79-80 7.3 209 84-85 7.2 200 76-77 7.1 195 99-00 7.0 152 96-97 5.2 152 83-84 4.9 151 82-83 4.9 150 98-99 4.5 141 93-94 4.7 139 86-87 4.8

SINGLE SEASON ASSISTS AVERAGE AVG YEAR AST 1. Mark Mattos 7.3 79-80 213 2. Aaron McCarthy 7.2 84-85 209 3. Mark Mattos 7.1 76-77 200 4. Eddie Gill 7.0 99-00 195 5. Mark Mattos 5.6 77-78 118 6. Ryan Cuff 5.4 96-97 152 7. Ryan Cuff 5.2 95-96 130 8. Richard Escandon 4.9 81-82 138 John Price 4.9 83-84 152 John Price 4.9 82-83 151

AVG 3.21 2.67 2.73 2.33 2.14 1.78 1.77 1.72 2.04 1.71

SINGLE SEASON STEALS AVERAGE

AVG YEAR STL 3.21 99-00 90 2.73 93-94 82 2.67 98-99 88 2.40 96-97 48 2.33 94-95 70 2.17 00-01 52 2.14 01-02 62 2.04 97-98 53 1.88 95-96 47 1.78 02-03 57

SINGLE SEASON BLOCKS BLK YEAR AVG 1. Shawn Cambpell 67 83-84 2.16 2. Shawn Campbell 66 84-85 2.28 3. Kirk Smith 57 93-94 1.96 4. Harold Arceneaux 50 98-99 1.56 5. Daviin Davis 49 08-09 1.58 6. Walt Tyler 41 85-86 1.41 7. Tom Heywood 38 82-83 1.23 8. Daviin Davis 37 07-08 1.23 9. Andy Smith 36 95-96 1.20 10 Arturas Valeika 35 07-08 1.17

SINGLE SEASON BLOCKS AVERAGE

1. Shawn Campbell 2. Shawn Cambpell 3. Kirk Smith 4. Daviin Davis 5. Harold Arceneaux 6. Walt Tyler 7. Daviin Davis Tom Heywoood 9. David Baldwin 10 Andy Smith

AVG YEAR BLK 2.28 84-85 66 2.16 83-84 67 1.96 93-94 57 1.58 08-09 49 1.56 98-99 50 1.41 85-86 41 1.23 07-08 37 1.23 82-83 37 1.18 90-91 33 1.20 95-96 36

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SINGLE-GAME RECORDS SINGLE-GAME POINTS

POINTS 45

DATE 1977

OPPONENT Utah State

Stan Mayhew

Jerry Trice Harold Arceneaux Harold Arceneaux

40 40 40

1966 02/04/00 02/26/00

Northern Arizona at Eastern Washington Montana State

Jim Lyon Jim Lyon Willie Sojourner Bruce Collins Harold Arceneaux Harold Arceneaux

39 39 39 39 39 39

12/06/64 12/30/64 1970 01/24/77 01/27/99 02/24/00

Cal State Los Angeles Whitworth Montana State Cal State Stanislaus Eastern Washington Idaho State

Stan Rose Harold Arcenaux

38 38

02/27/93 01/16/99

at Eastern Washington at Eastern Washington

Al Hamilton Jermaine Boyette

37 37

11/30/91 01/08/03

The Citadel BYU

Ryan Cuff Harold Arceneaux Harold Arceneaux Jermaine Boyette Damian Lilllard

36 36 36 36 36

02/12/97 03/11/99 01/29/00 12/28/00 01/23/10

at Idaho State vs. North Carolina (NCAA) Cal State Northridge BYU Eastern Washington

Bob Lewis Willie Sojourner Greg Harrop Jimmy Degraffenried Alex Fisher Damien Baskerville Harold Arceneaux

35 35 35 35 35 35 35

02/27/64 1969 12/03/66 12/16/94 1997 1997 1999

Westminster Montana Pepperdine vs. Old Dominion at Nevada Eastern Washington Portland State

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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS YEAR.... SCORING.............................. REBOUNDING................ ASSISTS.......................... 62-63.... Jim Lyon..........................20.8 NA. NA ............................... NA NA. ............................... NA NA NA. 63-64..... Jim Lyon..........................20.4 Jim Lyon. ................... Jim Lyon 11.6 NA. ............................... NA NA NA. 64-65..... Gene Visscher................18.4 Gene Visscher. .......... Gene Visscher 11.3 NA. ............................... NA NA NA. 65-66..... Gene Visscher................21.0 Gene Visschewr. Gene ........ 14.3 NA. Visschewr............................... NA NA NA. 66-67..... Dan Sparks.....................15.2 Dan Sparks. ............... Dan Sparks 11.4 NA. ............................... NA NA NA. 67-68..... Justus Thigpen................16.4 Dan Sparks. ............... Dan Sparks 13.7 NA. ............................... NA NA NA. 68-69..... Willie Sojourner...............18.8 Willie Sojourner. Willie ......... 13.0 NA. Sojourner ............................... NA NA NA. 69-70..... Willie Sojourner...............21.2 Willie Sojourner. Willie ......... 15.8 NA. Sojourner ............................... NA NA NA. ............................... NA NA NA. ............................... NA NA NA. ............................... NA NA NA. ............................... NA NA NA. ............................... NA NA NA. ............................... NA NA NA. Mark ............... Mattos 7.14 NA. Mark ............... Mattos 5.61 NA. .Mark .............. Mattos 3.46 NA. .Mark .............. Mattos 7.34 David Johnson.

BLOCKED SHOTS........... STEALS....................... .................................NA NA. NA ........................... NA NA .. .................................NA NA. NA ........................... NA NA .. .................................NA NA. NA ........................... NA NA .. .................................NA NA. NA ........................... NA NA .. .................................NA NA. NA ........................... NA NA .. .................................NA NA. NA ........................... NA NA .. .................................NA NA. NA ........................... NA NA .. .................................NA NA. NA ........................... NA NA

70-71.... Willie Sojourner...............17.8 Willie Sojourner. 71-72..... Bob Davis........................23.1 Bob Davis. 72-73..... Rich Cooper....................12.1 Rich Cooper. 73-74..... Jimmie Watts...................12.5 Jimmie Watts. 74-75..... Jimmie Watts...................16.5 Jimmie Watts. 75-76..... Jimmie Watts...................19.3 Jimmie Watts. 76-77..... Stan Mayhew..................22.0 Stan Mayhew. 77-78..... Bruce Collins...................18.8 Bruce Collins. 78-79..... Bruce Collins...................16.2 Richard Smith. 79-80..... Bruce Collins...................18.3 Richard Smith. 80-81.... Todd Harper....................18.0 Royal Edwards. 81-82..... Todd Harper....................17.9 Tom Heywood. 82-83..... Randy Worster................12.3 Tom Heywood. 83-84..... Randy Worster................12.1 Charles Carradine. 84-85..... Shawn Campbell.............16.9 Shawn Campbell. 85-86..... Walt Tyler........................16.3 Harry Willis. 86-87..... Harry Willis......................14.6 Harry Willis. 87-88..... Rico Washington.............19.9 Rico Washington. 88-89.... Rico Washington.............22.1 Rico Washington. 89-90.... Aaron Bell.......................11.5 Jerry McIntosh.

Willie ......... 13.6 NA. Sojourner ................. Bob Davis 11.5 NA. Rich ................ Cooper 7.8 NA. Jimmie ..............Watts 8.4 NA. Jimmie ............ 10.9 NA. Watts Jimmie ..............Watts 9.5 NA. ............ Stan Mayhew 10.2 Mark Mattos. Bruce ............... Collins 8.4 Mark Mattos. Richard ............ 9.1 Mark Mattos. Smith Richard ............ 7.0 Mark Mattos. Smith

90-91.... Aaron Bell.......................12.9 Dave Baldwin. 91-92.... Al Hamilton......................20.3 Al Hamilton. 92-93.... Stan Rose.......................23.2 Stan Rose. 93-94.... Robbie Johnson..............15.8 Johnnie Moore. 94-95.... Ruben Nembhard............20.1 Kirk Smith. 95-96.... Jimmy DeGraffenried......21.2 Andy Smith. 96-97.... Damien Baskerville.........18.5 Damien Baskerville. 97-98.... Damien Baskerville.........15.2 Andy Jensen. 98-99.... Harold Arceneaux...........22.3 Andy Jensen. 99-00.... Harold Arceneaux...........23.0 Harold Arceneaux.

.Dave ............. Baldwin 7.6 Tony Nicholas. ..Tony ..........Nicholas 3.52 David Baldwin. Al ................. Hamilton5.7 Anthony Steward. ....... Anthony 3.00 Anthony McGowan. Steward ................... Stan Rose 8.3 Robbie Johnson. ........ Robbie 4.17 Al Hamilton. Johnson ............ Johnnie9.0 Robbie Johnson. Moore ........ Robbie 4.70 Kirk Smith. Johnson Kirk ................. Smith 10.5 Ruben Nembhard. ...... Ruben 4.00 Kirk Smith. Nembhard ................. Andy Smith7.2 Ryan Cuff. .................. Ryan Cuff 5.20 Andy Smith. ..... Damien 6.6 Ryan Cuff. Baskerville .................. Ryan Cuff 5.43 Joey Haws. Andy ............... Jensen 7.2 Damien Baskerville. .Damien ... 3.08 Joey Haws. Baskerville Andy ............... Jensen 6.5 Eddie Gill. ................... Eddie Gill 4.54 Harold Arceneaux. Harold ....... 7.4 Eddie Gill.Arceneaux ................... Eddie Gill 6.96 Harold Arceneaux.

00-01.... Jermaine Boyette............19.1 Jake Shoff. 01-02.... Jermaine Boyette............17.1 Chris Woods. 02-03.... Jermaine Boyette............20.5 Slobodan Ocokoljic. 03-04.... Slobodan Ocokoljic.........15.1 Slobodan Ocokoljic. 04-05.... Lance Allred....................17.7 Lance Allred. 05-06.... Coric Riggs......................14.9 Coric Riggs. 06-07.... David Patten...................14.2 David Patten. 07-08.... Dezmon Harris................10.9 Arturas Valeika. 08-09.... Kellen McCoy..................14.1 Kyle Bullinger. 09-10.... Damian Lillard.................19.9 Franklin Session. 10-11.... Lindsey Hughey..............12.4 Kyle Bullinger.

Jake ................... Shoff 6.0 Jermaine Boyette. ............... Chris Woods 7.1 Jermaine Boyette. ..... Slobodan 8.4 Jermaine Boyette. Ocokoljic ..... Slobodan 6.4 Jamaal Jenkins. Ocokoljic Lance .............. Allred 12.0 Jamaal Jenkins. Coric ................. Riggs6.7 Nick Covington. ............... David Patten 5.4 Juan Pablo Silveira. Arturas ......... 10.2 Dezmon Harris. Valeika .............. Kyle Bullinger 4.5 Damian Lillard. Franklin ......... 5.8 Damian Lillard.Session .............. Kyle Bullinger 6.3 Scott Bamforth.

Royal ............Edwards 7.6 Richard Escandon. Tom ............. Heywood 8.1 Richard Escandon. Tom ............. Heywood 6.6 John Price. Charles ....... 7.3 John Price. Carradine .Shawn ........ 8.0 Aaron McCarthy.Campbell .Harry ................. Willis6.9 Alan Campbell. .Harry ............... Willis 10.4 Robert Maxwell. Rico ....... 10.3 Moochie Cobb. Washington Rico ....... 10.8 Moochie Cobb. Washington ............ Jerry McIntosh 6.5 Tony Nicholas.

.................................NA NA. NA .................................NA NA. NA .................................NA NA. NA .................................NA NA. NA .................................NA NA. NA .................................NA NA. NA NA .................................NA NA. NA .................................NA NA. NA .................................NA NA. ............0.62 Bruce Collins. David Johnson

..... Richard 4.04 Steve Condie. Escandon ..... Richard 4.93 Tom Heywood. Escandon ................. John Price 4.87 Tom Heywood. ................. John Price 4.90 Shawn Campbell. ........ Aaron7.21 Shawn Campbell. McCarthy ........... Alan Campbell 4.72 Walt Tyler. Robert .......... 4.79 Harry Willis. Maxwell ........... Moochie 4.67 Jeff Schofield. Cobb ........... Moochie 4.39 Rico Washington. Cobb ..Tony ..........Nicholas 2.96 Jerry McIntosh.

........................... NA NA .. ........................... NA NA .. ........................... NA NA .. ........................... NA NA .. ........................... NA NA .. ........................... NA NA .. NA ........................... NA .. NA ........................... NA .. NA ........................... NA .. Bruce ......... 1.65 Collins

Steve ..............0.55 Royal Edwards. Condie ............1.07 Todd Harper. Tom Heywood ............1.22 John Price. Tom Heywood ........2.16 John Price. Shawn Campbell ........2.27 Charles Carradine. Shawn Campbell ...................1.41 Alan Campbell. Walt Tyler .................1.10 Robert Maxwell. Harry Willis ..............1.00 Moochie Cobb. Jeff Schofield ........1.10 Moochie Cobb. Rico Washington ............0.48 Mike Ostlund. Jerry McIntosh

Royal ...... 1.11 .. Edwards Todd ..........Harper 1.21 .. ............. John Price 1.48 .. ............. John Price 1.71 .. Charles .1.67 .. Carradi ....... Alan1.38 .. Campbell Robert ...... 1.17 ..Maxwell ....... Moochie 1.54 Cobb ....... Moochie 1.75 Cobb ......... Mike 1.34 Ostlund

.............1.18 David Baldwin. David Baldwin .David ....... 1.11 Baldwin Anthony .....1.14 Jason Joe. McGowan .............. Jason Joe 1.56 Al .................0.48 Robbie Johnson. Hamilton .... Robbie 1.62 Johnson Kirk ...................1.96 Robbie Johnson. Smith .... Robbie 2.73 .. Johnson Kirk ...................1.10 Ruben Nembhard. Smith ..Ruben 2.33 Nembhar .................1.20 Ryan Cuff. Andy Smith .............. Ryan Cuff1.88 ..................0.52 Damien Baskerville. Joey Haws .2 Damien .40 Baske ..................0.23 Damien Baskerville. Joey Haws .2 Damien .04 .. Baske Harold .......1.56 Eddie Gill. Arceneaux Eddie ............... Gill2.67 Harold .......0.92 Eddie Gill. Arceneaux Eddie ............... Gill3.21

...... Jermaine 4.17 Pat Danley. Boyette ..................0.28 Jermaine Boyette. Pat Danley ...... Jermaine 3.03 Talmadge Eyre. Boyette Talmadge ...........0.23 Jermaine Boyette.Eyre ...... Jermaine 3.31 Slobodan Ocokoljic. Boyette .....0.30 Jermaine Boyette. Slobodan Ocokoljic Jamaal .......... 2.26 Nic Sparrow. Jenkins Nic ................0.27 Slobodan Ocokoljic. Sparrow .......... Jamaal 3.27 Coric Riggs. Jenkins Coric .................0.73 Troy Goodell. Riggs Nick ..........Covington 2.59 David Patten. ...............0.89 David Patten. David Patten .Juan ... 3.22 David Patten. Pablo Silveira ...............1.06 David Patten. David Patten .......... Dezmon 2.20 Daviin Davis. Harris ..Daviin ..............1.23 Van Brocklin/Davis. Davis ........... Damian2.87 Daviin Davis. Lillard ..Daviin ..............1.58 Daviin Davis. Davis ........... Damian3.61 Franklin Session. Lillard Franklin .........2.61 Franklin Session. Session .Scott ..........Bamforth 2.84 Darin Mahoney. ...........1.10 Lindsey Hughey. Darin Mahoney

Jermaine .. 2.17 .. Boyette Jermaine .. 2.14 .. Boyette Jermaine .. 1,78 .. Boyette .1 Slobodan .21 .. Ocok ..Troy ........Goodell 1.11 ..David ........ 1.33 .. Patten ..David ........ 1.16 Patten Van .0.93Brocklin/Dav .......... Daviin1.26 Davis Franklin .... 1.77 Session ..... Lindsey 1.38 Hughey

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THE DEE EVENTS CENTER The beautiful Dee Events Center is one of the premier basketball facilities in the west and is a building of many uses, including the home for the Weber State men’s and women’s basketball teams. The building has been home to several Big Sky Championships, NCAA Tournaments, and other basketball events, as well as numerous religious and community events. In 2010-11 a new state-of-the-art Daktronics videoboard, display ring, and scoretable sign were installed along with new basket standards and wall scoreboards. The Dee Events Center itself has been on national display, hosting the annual NCAA Tournament on four different occasions. In 1980, the center hosted the First and Second Rounds. In 1983 it served as the West Regional Final Site with North Carolina State defeating Virginia, 62-61, to advance to and eventually win the NCAA Final Four. In 1986 the Dee Events Center was once again the site of the First and Second Rounds of the tournament. That year Louisville won a pair of games in the DEC on their way to winning the national title. The building was host again to the First and Second Rounds in 1994. The arena has also been home to eight Big Sky men’s basketball tournaments and two women’s tournaments. The Utah Jazz have played 12 NBA preseason games at the DEC. The building was built at a cost of 11.3 million dollars, representing the combined efforts and cooperation of students, the university and community members for the development of a functional events facility for the greater Ogden and Weber County area. In addition to those funds provided through student fees and revenue bonds, more than five million dollars was raised from private sources in a variety of memorialization programs. The highlight of the fund drive was the contribution of more than two million dollars from the Lawrence T. Dee and Donnell B. Stewart families. Ground breaking ceremonies on the forty-three acre site were conducted on March 21, 1975. Dedication ceremonies were held on November 1, 1977, a little more than two and half years after construction was started. The first event in the facility was a men’s basketball game on November 29, 1977, in which Weber State defeated Long Beach State, 99-96 in overtime. The Dee Events Center can accommodate more than 12,000 spectators in chair-backed seats. The building is not just an athletic facility. The arena also hosts the WSU commencement services each year as well as a variety of campus, religious, and community events. The arena frequently hosts the Utah State High School Basketball Championships as well as numerous graduation ceremonies for area high schools. The DEC has also been the home of many concerts and other performances throughout the years. Alabama, Clint Black, the Beach Boys, Sawyer Brown, Johnny Cash, Bill Cosby, Kenny G, Chris LeDoux, Fleetwood Mac, Barry Manilow, Bette Midler, David Lee Murphy, Willie Nelson, Collin Raye, LeAnn Rimes, George Strait, Taylor Swift, James Taylor, the New York Philharmonic, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, the Utah Symphony, and Widespread Panic are just some of the many performers to come to the Dee Events Center. Over the years, the arena has been the site of a circus, tennis and wrestling matches, gatherings by religious groups, and high school basketball championships. Neil Armstrong, Jake Garn, Gordon B. Hinckley, Thomas S. Monson, Jon M. Huntsman, Larry Miller, Christopher Reeve, and John Wooden are just a few of the luminaries who have spoken at the facility.

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THE DEE EVENTS CENTER Since 1962-63 when Weber State began playing at the NCAA Division I level, the Wildcats have compiled an overall record of 556-118 (.855) when PLAYING AT HOME!. ... WSU was 180-18 (.909) in Swenson Gym and is now 376-100 (.790) in the Dee Events Center! ... The WSU record for consecutive home court victories is 39 in the old Swenson Gym and more than 30 in the Dee Events Center.

DEE EVENTS CENTER

1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 TOTAL

- 14-1 - 13-2 - 16-1 - 7-8 - 11-5 - 15-1 - 13-3 - 15-1 - 104-22 McCarthy’s Total 133-30 (.816) 13-2 6-8 7-8 26-18

Dick Motta Dick Motta Dick Motta Dick Motta Dick Motta Dick Motta (.952)

1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 Larry Farmer Total Larry Farmer

- - - -

14-0 10-3 10-0 34-3

Phil Johnson Phil Johnson Phil Johnson (.945)

1972-73 Denny Huston 1973-74 Denny Huston 1974-75 Denny Huston Total

- - - - -

12-1 12-0 10-2 3-0 37-3

Gene Visscher Gene Visscher Gene Visscher Gene Visscher (.925)

1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 Total

- - - -

3-5 14-2 12-1 29-8

Neil McCarthy Neil McCarthy Neil McCarthy (.784)

- - - -

1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 TOTAL

- 10-3 - 11-3 - 8-7 - 29-13

1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 TOTAL

- - - - - - - - -

11-4 13-1 12-1 13-1 10-1 11-2 9-2 13-0 92-12

Ron Abegglen Ron Abegglen Ron Abegglen Ron Abegglen Ron Abegglen Ron Abegglen Ron Abegglen Ron Abegglen (.885)

1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 TOTAL

- - - - - - - -

9-3 9-3 10-3 13-0 8-5 10-3 7-7 66-24

Joe Cravens Joe Cravens Joe Cravens Joe Cravens Joe Cravens Joe Cravens Joe Cravens (.733)

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Total

- 13-2 - 12-2 - 10-3 - 13-2 - 11-2 - 59-11

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SWENSON GYM 11-0 12-1 13-0 14-0 14-2 15-1 80-4

1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 TOTAL

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1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 Total

- - - - - - -

Neil McCarthy Neil McCarthy Neil McCarthy Neil McCarthy Neil McCarthy Neil McCarthy Neil McCarthy Neil McCarthy (.825)

Larry Farmer (.591) 1971-72

(.690)

Swenson Gym Total

180-18 (.909)

RANDY RAHE RANDY RAHE RANDY RAHE RANDY RAHE RANDY RAHE (.862) 376-100 (.790)

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THE DEE EVENTS CENTER DEE EVENTS CENTER SEASON-BY-SEASON RECORDS Season Record .Pct. *Big Sky record 1977-78 14-1 .933 6-1 1978-79 13-2 .867 *6-1 1979-80 16-1 .941 *7-0 1980-81 7-8 .467 4-3 1981-82 11-5 .688 3-4 1982-83 15-1 .937 6-1 1983-84 13-3 .812 *7-1 1984-85 15-1 .937 6-1 1985-86 13-2 .867 5-2 1986-87 6-8 .429 4-3 1987-88 7-8 .467 5-3 1988-89 10-3 .769 5-3 1989-90 11-3 .786 7-1 1990-91 8-7 .533 3-5 1991-92 11-4 .733 6-2 1992-93 13-1 .928 6-1 1993-94 12-1 .923 7-0 1994-95 13-1 .929 *8-1

.Pct. Season Record .Pct. *Big Sky record .857 1995-96 10-1 .909 7-0 .857 1996-97 11-2 .846 7-1 1.000 1997-98 9-2 .818 8-0 .571 1998-99 14-0 1.000 *10-0 .429 1999-00 9-3 .750 5-3 .857 2000-01 9-3 .750 6-2 .875 2001-02 10-3 .769 5-2 .857 2002-03 13-0 1.000 *9-0 .714 2003-04 8-5 .615 4-3 .571 2004-05 10-3 .769 6-1 .625 2005-06 7-7 .500 3-4 .625 2006-07 13-2 .867 *9-1 .875 2007-08 12-2 .857 *8-1 .375 2008-09 10-3 .769 *7-2 .750 2009-10 13-2 .867 *9-1 .857 2010-11 11-2 .846 *8-1 1.000 Totals 377-100 .790 212-57 .889

.Pct. 1.000 .875 1.000 1.000 .625 .750 .714 1.000 .571 .857 .421 .900 .889 .778 .900 .889 .788

*Includes Big Sky Tournament games

DEE EVENTS CENTER SEASON-BY-SEASON ATTENDANCE SEASON GAMES ATTENDANCE AVG. BIG SKY GAMES 1977-78 15 115,129 7,675 7 1978-79 15 117,194 7,812 *9 1979-80 17 167,762 9,868 *9 1980-81 15 96,382 6,425 7 1981-82 16 104,342 6,521 7 1982-83 16 122,914 7,682 7 1983-84 16 130,821 7,695 *9 1984-85 16 124,237 7,764 7 1985-86 15 116,223 7,748 7 1986-87 14 107,614 7,687 7 1987-88 15 80,863 5,391 8 1988-89 13 61,181 4,706 7 1989-90 14 55,507 3,965 7 1990-91 15 59,360 4,240 7 1991-92 15 70,848 4,723 8 1992-93 14 66,473 4,748 7 1993-94 13 67,079 5,160 7 1994-95 14 99,200 7,086 *9 1995-96 11 81,542 7,413 7 1996-97 13 71,279 5,483 8 1997-98 11 57,757 5,251 8 1998-99 14 84,104 6,007 *10 1999-00 12 78,705 6,054 8 2000-01 12 59,508 4,959 8 2001-02 13 62,018 4,771 7 2002-03 13 86,337 6,641 9 2003-04 13 64,797 4,984 7 2004-05 13 58,462 4,497 7 2005-06 14 57,651 4,118 7 2006-07 15 68,952 4,587 *9 2007-08 14 50,075 3,576 8 2008-09 13 59,775 4,598 8 2009-10 15 79,648 5,310 8 2010-11 13 75,753 5,827 8 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL TOTAL 477 2,754,119 5,774 267 *includes Big Sky Tournament games

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BIG SKY ATT. BIG SKY AVG. 50,861 7,265 73,881 8,209 93,862 10,429 42,485 6,069 49,917 7,131 59,684 8,526 73,094 8,121 60,327 8,618 57,040 8,149 56,766 8,109 35,806 4,476 39,777 5,682 34,833 4,976 31,979 4,542 39,644 4,955 37,304 5,329 36,938 5,276 67,897 7,650 51,055 7,293 43,576 5,447 41,530 5,191 64,629 6,462 45,974 5,747 35,886 4,485 31,303 4,471 64,498 7,166 34,635 4,947 34,792 4,970 27,832 3,976 51,262 5,696 27,877 3,485 40,184 5,023 43,647 5,456 48,611 6,076 1,546,763 5,793

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S TAT E U N I V E R S I T Y


W E B E R S TAT E W I L D C AT AT H L E T I C S Weber State University sponsors 16 NCAA athletic teams. The Wildcats are charter members of the Big Sky Conference, having been members of the Big Sky since the league’s inception in 1962.

Weber State sponsors seven men’s sports: basketball, football, tennis, golf, cross country, Indoor track and field, and outdoor track and field. There are nine women’s sports: basketball, volleyball, soccer, softball, tennis, golf, cross country, indoor track and field, and outdoor track and field. Weber State has won the Sterling Savings Bank Big Sky Conference Presidents Cup trophy four times, more than any other team in the Big Sky. The Presidents Cup is an award that recognizes a combination of academic and athletic achievement. The ‘Cats won the Cup in 2003, 2004, 2008 and 2009. Weber State has claimed the most titles in both the men’s and women’s Big Sky All-Sports Trophy race. The Wildcat men have captured 16 Men’s All-Sports titles, including capturing the title in 2009 and 2010. The WSU women have won nine Women’s All-Sports trophies. A total of 149 Wildcats earned Big Sky All-Conference honors in the last two seasons. In addition, 133 Wildcats earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors in 2010. Two-thirds of Weber State studentathletes have a G.P.A. of 3.0 or better. During the 2010-11 season the Weber State men’s track and field team captured the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championships. The Weber State men’s golf team also took home the title for the America Sky Conference Championships. So far in the 2011-12 season the Weber State women’s cross country team has captured the Big Sky title. The WSU women also advanced to the NCAA Championships for the fourth time in school history.


DR. F. ANN MILLNER

PRESIDENT WEBER STATE UNIVERSITY Dr. F. Ann Millner became the 11th president of Weber State University in 2002. When appointed to that post, she was no stranger to Weber State, having worked there as an educator and administrator for two decades in university advancement, community partnerships and continuing education. Under President Millner’s leadership, Weber State University is dedicated to providing teaching and learning experiences designed to shape the next generation of responsible, educated citizens through personal interaction with faculty, staff and alumni as well as community friends and partners. During her tenure as president, Weber State University faculty and staff have completed a successful 10-year reaccreditation effort; enhanced educational excellence through a focus on teaching and learning, student engagement, service learning and undergraduate research; created a campuswide institutional planning initiative; opened a new campus in Davis County; revitalized facilities on the Ogden campus; and completed a successful $90 million capital campaign. President Millner is also personally engaged with numerous educational and community organizations, including Intermountain Health Care; Air University Board of Visitors; NCAA Division I Board and Executive Committee; the Ogden/Weber Chamber of Commerce; the Weber Economic Development Corporation; the Council of State Representatives of the American Association of Colleges and Universities; the SunGard SCT Executive Advisory Group; the Utah Campus Compact; the Wells Fargo Community Board; and the Utah Defense Alliance. President Millner holds degrees from the University of Tennessee, Texas State University and Brigham Young University. She is a member of Phi Kappa Phi.


JERRY BOVEE

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS . Jerry Bovee was named Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at Weber State University in September 2009. Since joining the Wildcats Bovee has been influential in several facility upgrades at Weber State. A new state-of-the-art Daktronics video board was installed at the Dee Events Center, giving fans a new way to enjoy men’s and women’s basketball games. In addition, a new synthetic turf field and new track have been installed at Stewart Stadium. WSU has also refurnished the Edmond Tennis Courts on campus. He has also been involved in the hiring of new employees within the athletic department including a new Senior Woman’s Administrator, a new Marketing Director, as well as new volleyball and women’s basketball head coaches. He has also partnered with KP Sports for WSU’s corporate sponsorship opportunities. Prior to being named Athletics Director, Bovee spent two years as Assistant Vice President for Administrative Support Services at Weber State. In that role he supervised operations for the Academic Services and Athletics Compliance for the Athletics Department. In addition to his athletics department responsibilities, Bovee directed Campus Police, Mail Services, Printing Services, Environmental Health and Safety and the Dee Events Center and Stewart Stadium operations. Bovee assisted in the completion of the year-long NCAA re-certification process for the Wildcats serving as chief report writer and liaison to the NCAA Peer Review Team. In addition, he has supervised the initiative to improve the Academic Performance Ratings for Weber State’s 16 athletic teams. Before coming to Weber State, Bovee served as Assistant Director of the Utah High School Activities Association where he supervised the sports of football, boy’s basketball, softball, tennis and wrestling. His duties included organization and management of state tournaments, coaches and officials education programs, sport rules interpretation and a myriad of other duties related to the administration and governance of sports and activities at the high school level throughout Utah. While at the UHSAA, Jerry served as vice-chair of the National Federation of State High School Associations football rules committee. Bovee worked as Sales and Promotion Specialist and later as Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing and Promotions at Utah State from 1992 to 1995. In that role, he directed the corporate sales program for Aggie Athletics. In addition, he developed group and corporate ticketing plans, in-game promotions and other game management programs. Bovee earned a bachelor’s degree in Business-Finance from Utah State University in 1992. In 2010 he earned a master’s degree in Business Administration from Weber State. He was born and raised in Ogden Utah and attended Ben Lomond High School. Bovee and his wife Julie have four children: Jared, Ethan, Addison and Seth.


DR. NORM TARBOX

VICE PRESIDENT ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Dr. Norm Tarbox is Weber State’s Vice-President for Administrative Services. He began his service at WSU in 2002. A native of Taylorsville, Utah, Dr. Tarbox graduated from Cottonwood High School and attended Snow College where he played on the baseball team. Tarbox graduated from BYU with a BA degree in Communications where he was named the “Outstanding Student” of the Communications department. He later obtained an MBA from BYU. He went on to earn an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy from the University of Utah. Dr. Tarbox came to WSU from the Utah State Board of Regents where he worked in various capacities for 10 years. He served as the Assistant Commissioner for Student Financial Aid, Assistant Commissioner for Finance and Facilities and Associate Commissioner for Finance and Facilities. From 1993 to 1996, he worked in the governor’s office as a budget and planning analyst. His wife, Maurie, completed a bachelor’s degree in Music Performance. She and their four children have performed in Utah Musical Theatre productions at Weber State.

AMY CROSBIE

ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR SENIOR WOMAN ADMINISTRATOR Amy Crosbie was named the Associate Athletic Director and Senior Woman Administrator at Weber State University in March of 2010. Prior to being named Associate Athletic Director, Crosbie spent the past 7 years as the Assistant Director of Student-Athlete Services at Utah State where she was an Academic Advisor and the CHAMPS Life Skills Director for the Department of Athletics. During her time at Utah State she fulfilled academic duties for Men’s Basketball, Men’s Golf, Women’s Softball, Soccer, Volleyball and Men’s and Women’s Track and Field. She also chaired the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and taught an athletics section of connections, USU 1010, which is taught to all incoming student-athletes during the Fall semester. She currently serves on the DIA National CHAMPS Board and was a two-time NCAA Regional Leadership Facilitator. She is currently a mentor to new CHAMPS coordinators for the NCAA/CHAMPS Life Skills Program, now known as NCAA Student-Athlete Affairs. Crosbie, who graduated from Utah State University in 2002 with a degree in Family and Consumer science, spent two years as an assistant coach for the Aggies Volleyball program prior to working in academics. Crosbie was a four-year letter winner for Utah State’s volleyball team from 1997-2000 as an outside hitter and helped lead the Aggies to their first-ever NCAA Tournament in 2000 as USU advanced to the second round. . As the Associate Athletic Director, Crosbie oversee’s Compliance, Academics, Strength and Conditioning, and is a sport administrator for the following sports; Men’s and Women’s Golf and Men’s and Women’s Tennis. Crosbie was born and raised in Visalia, California and attended Redwood High School. Amy and her husband Jeff have two daughters: Kiera and Ellie.


THE BIG SKY CONFERENCE The Big Sky Conference enters its 49th year of athletic competition in 2011-12. The Big Sky is an NCAA Division I member in all sports, with member institutions classified in the Football Championship Subdivision (formally I-AA). For the sixth and final year, the Big Sky is a nine-team league. The current lineup includes Eastern Washington, Idaho State, Montana, Montana State, Northern Arizona, Northern Colorado, Portland State, Sacramento State and Weber State. Northern Colorado is the newest member of the league, having joined the conference in 2006. The Big Sky will expand to an 11-team league with 13 footballplaying members on July 1, 2012. Southern Utah University and the University of North Dakota will join as full members. Cal Poly and UC Davis will join as football-affiliate members. The league has become one of the strongest Division I conferences in the West and is a national leader in the Football Championship Subdivision. Six times, Big Sky teams have won the Division I National Championship, including Eastern Washington in 2010. A Big Sky team has played for the national championship each of the past three seasons. The Big Sky Conference was established in 1963 by six charter members – Idaho, Idaho State, Gonzaga, Montana, Montana State and Weber State. Those six schools formed the foundation of the Big Sky before the league expanded in 1970 by adding Boise State and Northern Arizona. Gonzaga left the Sky in 1979 and was replaced

by Nevada, which gave the league eight members. The conference grew to nine schools in 1987 with the addition of Eastern Washington. The 1990s saw change in the makeup of the league, beginning in 1992 when Nevada departed and put the Big Sky back at eight teams. In 1996 Boise State and Idaho left and at the same time the conference added Portland State, Sacramento State and Cal State Northridge. The Big Sky maintained nine teams for five years before Cal State Northridge departed in the spring of 2001. The Big Sky spreads across eight states spanning from the Pacific Ocean to the Rocky Mountain Front. The Big Sky is represented along the entire west coast with schools in Washington, Oregon and California. League schools also range up and down the Rocky Mountains with institutions in Montana, Idaho, Utah, Arizona and Colorado. Of the eight western-most states in the contiguous United States only one, Nevada, is not represented in the Big Sky. On Feb 25, 1963, the name Big Sky was adopted by the six presidents of the charter members as the name of the new conference. The name Big Sky originated in a novel written by the late A.B. (Bud) Guthrie of Great Falls, Mont., in 1947 entitled “The Big Sky.” Jack Hollowell, a former Montana advertising director, promoted the Big Sky theme for the Treasure State. While on a track and field trip from Pocatello, Idaho, to Missoula, Mont., the legendary Dubby Holt of Idaho State saw a “Welcome to Big Sky Country” sign as his team entered Montana. Holt, and his athletes thought “Big Sky” would be a perfect name for the new conference. Harry Missildine of the Spokane Spokesman-Review called for the newly formed league to be named the Big Sky Conference in his column dated Feb. 20, 1963. The Big Sky sponsors championships in 14 sports, including men’s and women’s cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field, basketball and tennis. In addition, there are also championships in football, and women’s volleyball, golf and soccer. The Big Sky will add a softball championship in the spring of 2013. The 2011-12 season will mark the 24th year that the Big Sky Conference will sponsor championships in women’s sports. The former Mountain West Conference existed from 1982-88, sponsoring championships for women’s sports at the same institutions the Big Sky had men’s programs. The Big Sky merged with the Mountain West in 1988, forming one league for both men and women. Doug Fullerton, the fifth commissioner of the Big Sky Conference, is in his 17th year at the helm. Fullerton took over the Big Sky on July 1, 1995, replacing longtime commissioner Ron Stephenson, who passed away in 2011. Stephenson served the league for 14 years. Steve Belko was the commissioner from 1977-81, while John Roning held the post from 1971-77. The first league commissioner was Jack Friel, who served from 1963-71.

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PROMINENT WEBER STATE ALUMNI

ATHLETICS

ROB AKEY Head Football Coach, Idaho DAVE ARSLANIAN Former Head Football Coach at Weber State & Utah State BEN HOWLAND Head Basketball Coach, U C L A MIKE MALASKA Golf Pro - Golf Instructor JAMIE MARTIN Former NFL quarterback PAUL McQUISTAN Offensive Tackle, Seattle Seahawks PAT McQUISTAN Offensive Tackle, New Orleans Saints JOHN L. SMITH Former Head Football Coach at Idaho, Utah State, Louisville and Michigan State. TIM TOONE Wide Receiver, Buffalo Bills

BUSINESS NOLAN ARCHIBALD (former WSU men’s basketball player) CEO - Black and Decker Corporation WILLIAM H. CHILD Founder of R.C. Willey Furniture

J. WILLARD MARRIOTT Founder of Marriott Hotels BARRY and KATHY MOWER Founder of Lifetime Products JERRY MOYES CEO / President - Swift Trucking STEVE PETERSEN Founder, CEO / President - Petersen Inc. ROGER TRINCHERO (former WSU football player) President, Sutter Home Winery PHIL TUCKETT (former WSU football player) Former Senior Producer, NFL Films

PERSONALTIES ROD ZUNDEL Sports Reporter / Anchor KSL-TV in Salt Lake City

POLITICS TIM CARTER Pilot - U.S. Air Force Two Vice-Presidential Plane MATT GODFREY Mayor - Ogden, Utah OLENE WALKER Former Utah Governor

GARY CLOSE Vice-President of Cardinal Pharmaceuticals

RELIGION

ROBERT DOTSON CEO of T-Mobile USA

CHAD HAWKINS Prominent LDS Artist

ALAN HALL Founder and CEO of Marketstar Corporation D. WARD HOCH Founder of the Visa Credit Card

PRESIDENT BOYD K. PACKER President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

DAVID JACKSON Sculptor, Artist 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL JOHN A. LINDQUIST Founder, Lindquist Mortuaries WEBERSTATESPORTS.COM

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2011-12 WILDCAT TV/RADIO ROSTER

#1 DAMIAN LILLARD

#2 SHAI FIELDS

#3 KYLE BULLINGER

#4 SCOTT BAMFORTH

#5 JORDAN RICHARDSON

#10 GELAUN WHEELWRIGHT

#11 LOGAN FOSTER

#13 FRANK OTIS

#15 DAVION BERRY

#25 BYRON FULTON

#30 DARIN MAHONEY

#24/31 MIKE BROWN

#44 KYLE TRESNAK

#45 JAMES HAJEK

#50 RYAN VAN PELT

RANDY RAHE

ERIC DUFT

TIM GARDNER

PHIL BECKNER

6-3 • 195 Junior • Guard Oakland, Calif.

6-1 • 195 Freshman • Guard Corona, Calif.

6-8 • 225 Senior • Forward Heber City, Utah

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6-4 • 170 Freshman • G/F Houston, Tex.

6-3 • 160 Freshman • Guard Los Angeles, Calif.

6-2 • 175 Freshman • Guard Heber City, Utah

Associate Head Coach STATE FOOTBALL 6th season

6-6 • 215 Senior • Forward Mountain View, Wyo.

6-6 • 220 Junior • Forward Oakland, Calif.

6-10 • 255 Sophomore • Center Scottsdale, Ariz.

Assistant Coach 6th season

6-2 • 190 Junior • Guard Albuquerque, NM

6-4 • 190 Junior • Guard/Forward Hayward, Calif.

6-10 • 250 R-Freshman • Center Omaha, Neb.

Assistant Coach 5th season

6-1 • 185 Sophomore • Guard Lewisville, Tex.

6-7 • 235 Sophomore • Forward Phoenix, Ariz.

6-10 • 200 Freshman • Center Lindon, Utah

CHRIS GOLD

Director of Basketball Operations 2nd season

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